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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:29 min | 3 months ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on AP News

"Now she's hearing about it again. Wisconsin Congressman Glenn Grothman took to the floor of the house to blast that performance. Carnaby is questioning the timing of this criticism She know to comes just as the nation is focused on the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of killing George Floyd of black men who died in police custody after being suspected of passing a fake $20 Bill. Cardi B, says the GOP lawmakers Fixation on suggestive dance moves and not police brutality, says a lot about his priorities. A Moscow Wells Gabriel, I might Grassi you're reporting an Ohio man pleads guilty in the killings of eight people. 28 year old Ohio man has pleaded guilty and the murders of eight people, including his child's mother and seven members of her family. Edward Jake Wagner's plea to 23 counts came on the fifth anniversary of when the shootings were discovered in southern Ohio. He also agreed to cooperate in the cases against his parents and brother. The rodent family slayings in April. 2016 shocked Pike County authorities say Ah custody dispute led to the slayings. Wagner wasn't immediately sentenced, but his lawyers acknowledged in court The plea means he will die in prison. I might cross you AP News I'm to McGuire Hundreds of people attend the funeral of a 20 year old black suburban Minneapolis. Man shot and killed in a traffic stop. Jennifer King has this Minneapolis funeral for Dante right, was held just two days after former police officer Derek Shobin was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd attorney Ben Crump represents both the Floyd and right families. Dante Right life matter. During the eulogy, The Reverend Al Sharpton rebuked the possibility the right was pulled over for having air fresheners dangling from his mirror. We trying to get the stench Police brutality out of the atmosphere. Don't his mother, Katie Wright told Warner. She stayed up late worrying about what she would say about her son. The rules should completely be reversed. My son should be buried me. I'm Jennifer King. In today's virtual climate summit, President Biden sees commitments from two rivals to work together to cut emissions, The president told 40 world leaders. The science is undeniable. Climate change threatens everyone and they must act now the cost of inaction. Keeps mounting. He's pledging to cut American fossil fuel emissions in half by decade's end, which will need by far the most ambitious U. S climate effort ever in Beijing. China looks forward to working with the international community, including the United States and Moscow, Russia. Is genuinely interested and galvanizing international cooperation. Shi Jin ping and Vladimir Putin said through interpreters. They're on board to fight climate change, with neither mentioning their own sharp rivalries with the U. S or making specific pledges. SOCCER MAHOGANY Washington Five years to the day, eight family members were found dead in southern Ohio A 28 year old man pleads guilty to 23 counts in a deal that spares him the death penalty. Edward Jake. Wagner has agreed to cooperate in the case against his parents and brother, who are also charged in the killings. This is AP News Several days after a fiery fatal Teslik crash in Texas consumed, report says that easily tricked a Tesla into autopilot mode with no one at the wheel. If he's been Thomas has more. Tesla's autopilot system can keep a car centered in its lane, keep a distance from cars in front of it and can even change lanes on its own without a driver's consent. But Tesla has said a driver must be ready to intervene at all times. Consumer reports now says it had a test a model. Why make several trips on its clothes tracks with no. One in the driver's seat? The publication says the system not only failed to make sure the driver was paying attention, but it also couldn't tell if there was a driver there at all. Consumer reports. Revelation comes just days after a Tesla model s with auto pilot crashed in Texas, killing two men in the car. Authorities say neither were behind the wheel at the time. I'm Ben Thomas. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News, The University of Texas announced its traditional marching and pep bands will be required to play the eyes of Texas when they were turned to performing. The school song has racist elements in its past. Last summer, a group of Texas athletes and students call for it to be dropped after the death of George Floyd. Ah University.

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Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shootings of 8 From Ohio Family

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shootings of 8 From Ohio Family

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Ohio man pleads guilty in the killings of eight people a twenty eight year old Ohio man has pleaded guilty in the murders of eight people including his child's mother and seven members of her family Edward Jake Wagner is plea to twenty three counts came on the fifth anniversary of when the shootings were discovered in southern Ohio he also agreed to cooperate in the cases against his parents and brother the rodent family slayings in April twenty sixteen shocked Pike County authorities say a custody dispute led to the slayings Wagner wasn't immediately sentenced but his lawyers acknowledged in court the plea means he will die in prison hi Mike Crossey up

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Federal officials are still tracking down people they say took part in the January six Capitol Hill Riot Justice Department expects to charge at least 100 more individuals for taking part in a deadly attack on the U. S Capitol in January, federal prosecutors noted in a court filing. More than 400. People have already been charged. The Justice Department is asking judges to postpone some deadlines related the prosecution's loading the breath of the investigation. Last week, a member of the Oath Keepers group became the first person to plead guilty for his role in the breech. Prosecutors say additional defendants are in plea discussions on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News report by the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security finds federal agents that were sent to Portland, Oregon, last summer to tamp down violent protest. Didn't have the proper training or equipment and had no plan for operating without the help of local police, who were ordered by the city to stand down. Colorado prosecutors have found more than a 40 new felony charges against the suspect in last month's deadly mass shooting at a Boulder supermarket. Ahmad ELISA was initially charged with 10 counts of murder. Now he faces an additional 33 counts of attempted murder, 10 counts of using prohibited large capacity magazines and one count of assault. But Boulder County District Attorney Michael Doherty says the store that sold the magazine's likely won't face charges in the information available to us at this point, we don't have any reason to believe they were sold illegally. Darty says The FBI is assisting in the investigation as they try to determine a motive for the attack. And Ohio matters pled guilty that just do the 2016 murders of his child's mother and seven members of her family. Edward Jake Wagner pled guilty to 23 counts and Pike County and a deal that spares in the death penalty on the fifth anniversary of the killings. America is listening to Fox News. Here's a message just for the attorneys out there. So you passed the bar, joined a firm or even build your own. Now, are you finding out that you're.

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Well, the rain and the snow showers have moved out Macy flurry or two as we head into the afternoon and evening, but for the most part, we're gonna be talking cloudy and dry. Highs near thirty today. Eleven for the overnight low wind chills below zero by the time you wake up on Friday morning. We'll see some sunshine in the afternoon on Friday and a high of sixteen powered by the basement, doctor raiders thirty in Delaware twenty nine at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. Now in its second month. Senators are attempting to end the partial federal government shutdown today, though, neither measure on the Senate floor is expected to advance. The first involves the president's compromise proposal trading temporary protections for dreamers for nearly six billion dollars in border wall funding, the plan would also fund affected government agencies and departments but only through September. If that fails the other measure would just extend government funding until February eighth, but the president has promised to veto any Bill that does not include funding for a border. Wall. The unions representing air, traffic, controllers pilots and flight attendants say to say today that the shutdown is now affecting air passenger safety professional air safety union, saying they cannot calculate the level of risk currently play Virginia democratic Senator Mark Warner joining them it will cripple our system, and it will provide more than a trillion dollar hit to our economy. In fact, delta and Southwest Airlines reportedly expecting millions in losses due to the shutdown this quarter alone. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. The unemployment rate continues to drop the Labor Department says one hundred and ninety nine thousand workers filed initial unemployment claims last week that is a decrease of about thirteen thousand from the week before analysts say that the latest report is a sign that the job market is still strong. Even though we are in a partial government shutdown candidate in parts of the midwest. They're bracing for an Albert clipper temperatures are expected to drop as the weather pattern. Swoops down. It'll start tomorrow with some light snow the high in Chicago tomorrow is expected to be around five Edward Jake Wagner's pretrial hearing will determine if he's able to appear in court in pike county without restraints he's already permitted to wear civilian clothes Wagner in three of his family. Members are all facing murder charges in the deaths of eight members of the road and family after they were killed in two thousand sixteen. He is currently being held in the Franklin county jail. Ohio's Lieutenant governor says time, he's of the essence with assembling a state budget to cover the next two years. The urgency to compile a state budget began the second Mike dewine and John Huston were sworn in their priorities for early childhood, which the governor has talked about helping us power through a solution to the opioid addiction crisis. The Lieutenant governor there who is the customer ask yourself that question. John Q stood delivering comments to a convention of career and technical educators in downtown Columbus. The state budget is usually submitted to legislators. In late January or early February at the state house. Jared alley NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Marijuana advocates have filed a lawsuit against the state of Michigan today to have marijuana declassified as a schedule one controlled substance. The Michigan board of pharmacy is being sued by Johnson Claire who is one of the state's biggest proponents of marijuana use. He says since the drug was legalized by voters and approved by the state. It should have that designation removed.

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Trump cancels Putin meeting over Russian aggression against Ukraine

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Trump cancels Putin meeting over Russian aggression against Ukraine

"A judges says he showed no remorse for his actions. When he struck and killed Linda Evans, as she was jogging on park meadow road last July thirty one year old at Jonathan Kaufman will serve the next eight years in prison for killing the sixty eight year old Evans while he was driving impaired after taking several drugs. Franklin county. Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says Kaufman stop to observe the damage to his vehicle after he struck her and then fled the scene leaving Evans's body on the side of the road where she was found hours later by passers by her two sons in court this week now, it is forty eight year old Angelo Wagner. She's facing aggravated murder charges today, the same charges her adult sons pled not guilty to on Tuesday and Wednesday twenty six year old Edward Jake, Wagner and Twenty-seven-year-old at George Wagner, the fourth or all being held without. Bond. Ohio's secretary of State, John. Huston says one hundred and four million dollars is being made available to all of Ohio's eighty eight counties boards elections to begin the process of acquiring new voting equipment. He used to face as today that some voters are still casting their ballots on voting that predates the first generation iphone. He says taking action now allows voting machines to be put in place for next year. So poll workers can be trained and equipment can be tested. Well, ahead of the twenty twenty presidential election for your ABC six first warning weather,

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Of the year. We know the jackets hosting the wild tonight. More sports, Eric by we'll get his update here in just five minutes. The GM story continues to kind of percolate, bubble course. You know, if you're an employee, you're still kind of waiting fourteen thousand or so employees is to be kicked to the curb. That's what we hear and at least five plants close, including Lordstown. So we know there's been some back and forth between Sherrod Brown. And the president Brown is kind of challenging the president yesterday. He called for the president support of the American cars American jobs act that would revoke tax cuts on automakers who moved production overseas. The Senator went on Twitter after the president singled him out for blame in the Wall Street Journal. So a lot of political wrangling there, we know Gloria Allred also in town backing effort at the state house to do away with the statute of limitation on cases of rape and sexual assault. She was joined by alleged victims of Dr Richard Strauss. The former athletics visit her state who was accused of molesting student athletes for decades, they say that Bill would apply to both civil and criminal cases. But would not be retroactive. So it moves forward instead of back. And well, I mean, the pike county murders case. Pretty well understanding that this is going to be a while the latest action is that Bonn now revoked for George Wagner, the fourth we know earlier in the week Edward Jake Wagner arraigned, but also held without bond. So it's just one of those things that that's going to be something. There's just gonna be information for a while seemingly every day or so, but when you look at that court case in how long that's going to be people that we talked to that are up on it that no kind of how those things go say it's gonna be years literally years for that thing to come to some conclusion, really, no consolation. To the families that were affected the rodent family. But that's kind of what we're hearing. As we move forward. We know that the president really keen on the border threatening shutdown of the government target date is December seven he wants five billion for the wall. Democrats in the Senate Democrats in the house, I should say say they're really willing to go to about one point six billion. So they're in for about thirty percent of that as we move forward and plenty of back and forth in the NFL right now Redskins picked up a guy linebacker Ruben foster noteworthy because he was bounced by the forty Niners because he was arrested on domestic violence charges last weekend. He's not going to be allowed to play initially police and the NFL are investigating the incident. Coach Jay Gruden with the skin says, there's no guarantee he's ever gonna play here. Critics of the move say it's hypocritical. The NFL stance against domestic violence is one way. And this seems to be exactly the opposite.

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Wagner, the fourth lead not guilty in pike county courtroom today in connection to the road and family massacre. Prosecutors had pushed for bond to be withheld due to possible threats on the life of potential witnesses and police informants as well as threats against attorney general and governor elect Mike dewine, but the prosecution told the court that Wagner is dangerous because he vowed to escape and take revenge on anyone who went against them. Specifically. ABC six is luanne Stoa. Wagner is facing twenty two counts, including aggravated murder charges related to the deaths of eight members of the road and family is brother twenty Edward Jake Wagner entered a plea of not guilty yesterday to Twenty-three charges levied against him. A revised ticket tax proposal is being presented to city council. It would see a five percent ticket tax. But opponents say that is too much to charge the end of the day. When is enough enough? We have enough problems in our city as it relates to the drug problem the murder rate other issues facing us with our education system at the school, but they want more money for nationwide arena or the arts. Thank you. Mike Gannett ACA. Speaking to six ten WTVN is Mark blazer money generated from the tax charged on tickets to shows and games at nationwide arena would apply to capital improvements there other events across the city would see tax money go to providing funding for the arts. Attorney Gloria Allred was in Ohio today to announce her push in favor of a. Bill created after the fallout from the investigation into Ohio State athletics. Physician Dr Richard Strauss for victims of sexual abuse. If they do not proceed to file a civil lawsuit or report to law enforcement within a set time period was very disturbing to many of the victims. And they decided that they would seek to change the law in Ohio. She is lobbying Ohio legislators to change the state law to protect the victims of sexual abuse as hundreds of student athletes have come forward now accusing the former OSU doctor of sexual abuse that went unchecked for years while he worked for the university. It's costing you a little less to fill up your gas tank gas prices continue to fall at least for the seventh week in a row the national average for regular gas is down to two dollars and fifty three cents a gallon. I'm Alison why anti-rabies six first warning weather forecasting. Sixty seconds watch.

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"And you just turn it around with me here. She is again, Alison, why was some big stories. Yes. We have another member of the Wagner family was in court today, George Wagner, the force pled not guilty in pike county today in connection with a road and family massacre. He's facing twenty two counts, including aggravated murder charges related to the deaths of eight members of the road and family two years ago. His brother twenty six year old Edward Jake Wagner entered a plea of not guilty yesterday to Twenty-three charges levied against him. A revised ticket tax proposal is being presented to city council this week. It would see that proposed seven percent ticket tax stopped down to five percent. The money generated on the tax would be charged his shows and games at nationwide arena, but that would apply to capital improvements at the arena other events across the city, though, the tax per the tax levied against those events would provide funding for the arts, and it's costing. Can you less to fill up your gas tank? As gas prices fell for the seventh week in a row over the past week, the national average for regular gas is now down to two dollars and fifty three cents a gallon. That's the lowest since March for your ABC six first warning weather a chance for some afternoon flurries today, but we'll see highs near Twenty-eight clouds tonight as lows drop down to twenty five. I'm Alison Wyant. Our next report had four o'clock for breaking news and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news shop rods western palace for.

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Joining me now with a couple of big stories. What have we got a former nurse? She's in trouble today. I in new information was released they afternoon on the mass shooting at the borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks, California that happened on November seven suspects struck thirteen people with gunfire aside from the single bullet used to take his own life of those thirteen victims. Only one survived Ventura County sheriff Bill and bay says today that they suspect now identified as twenty eight year old marine veteran David long fired a total of more than fifty rounds during the shooting before he took his own life. A former Ohio State University nurse will now spend the next two years in prison after scamming her former co workers with a phony terminal lung cancer diagnosis in twenty sixteen. Edward Jake Wagner made an appearance in pike county courtroom today, he pled not guilty to multiple charges. He faces a Twenty-three count indictment. That includes eight counts of aggravated murder. A judge ordered him to be held without bond. The twenty six year old is shared a daughter with one of the victims in the road and family massacre, and the Ohio attorney general is releasing some tips on how to help you avoid being scammed governor elect Mike dewine says take your time to research any organization, including making sure it is a registered charity if you plan to donate any today, scammers often setup phony charities that sound similar to ones that you've heard of before. And he says, no where your money is going, and how much of it will be spent on fundraising as opposed to reaching the people who need it. The most. For your ABC, six first warning weather, sim, scattered flurries and snow showers will end tonight. It'll be windy and cold is low is dropped down to twenty two. I'm Allison Wyatt. Our next report at six o'clock for breaking news and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN new shop rods,.

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Happening at this hour for twenty seven year old Edward Jake Wagner won the four suspects charged in the murders of eight members of the road and family in pike county from April of twenty sixteen. Why -gars charged along with his mother father and brother and gunning down the road and family in the dead of night. They were arrested two weeks ago, Raymond for his co-defendants or later this week and next week posters of murder victims and unsolved cases will be displayed in prisons across Ohio. ABC six is Mike McCarthy says it's the effort of a nonprofit group the goal here is that these posters will inspire. People with information in prisons to come forward. Crime stoppers is supporting this effort. And a number for that organization is also featured on each and every poster that is going up in all those prisons in the murder victims featured are mostly women Columbus city councils revise. He proposed ticket tax on things like sporting events and concerts, it would lower. The original seven percent proposal to five percent with revenue from events at nationwide arena. Staying there to fund the improvements needed council looks at the new proposal as a compromise with the vote possible by next month at four Ohio Democrats at the state house to the list of lawmakers rank into GM's decision to idle the Lordstown plant fifteen hundred GM employees at the Lordstown planner being laid off as the automaker. Restructures stay reps. Michelle, the poor Hagan, Jon cherry, Mike O'Brien, and Glenn homes, all Democrats and all from the Mahoning valley, each her expressing anger and disappointment at the decision. Home says hardworking men and women at Lordstown the best asset GM has. And he's calling it. A huge mistake to not leverage that commodity is GM moves forward. Jared Adler news, NewsRadio six ten WTVN. President Trump sticking by the use of tear gas to disperse migrants. Rushing the border in San Diego Sunday gas is a very minor form of the tear gas itself. It's very safe. Trump spoke at around table in Biloxi, Mississippi when asked about how he felt when he saw women and children suffering the effects of the gas. He question what sort of will bring their kid to that situation? Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn want El Chapo is defense team punished after the drug lords wife used a cell phone in court federal prosecutor said Emma Coronel improperly used the defense attorney cell phone to communicate with her husband contact prohibited by the strict security measures imposed on Joaquin Guzman. Prosecutors asked the judge to impose sanctions on the defense team in general the public is not allowed to bring cellphones indefensible courthouses and extra restrictions were imposed for El Chapo trial. Cornell did not appear to bring a phone with her but court records said she was spotted on surveillance footage using one L Chapo is only permitted contact with his attorneys Aaron Katersky. ABC news new Romain lettuce is heading back to store shelves just before thanksgiving the FDA urge. Restaurants, grocers and consumers to throw out there. Romain lettuce do twenty coli outbreak. It's second more than forty people in twelve states today..

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Gary Jeff with the nightcap on seven hundred wwl w I just saw this story from USA today. And the fact that this is even a news story. Let's now ridiculous. It sounds on the the murders of the rodent family. The prosecution of six members of one extended family in connection with the methodical massacre of eight members of another pike county family will take years much like the investigation four members of the Wagner family. Angela husband George Billy the third two sons, George Wagner, the fourth and Edward Jake Wagner twenty six. Face the death penalty in their aggregated murder murder charges. The arrest result of the largest homicide investigation in Ohio history. According to state attorney general and now governor elect Mike dewine the cost of already started mounting. The investigation. Followed up on eleven hundred tips conducted five hundred fifty interviews served more than two hundred subpoenas search warrants and quarters and tested more than seven hundred items. If the warriors are found indigent they're entitled by law to have a competent defense by a lawyer qualified to handle death penalty cases. Others have also been accused of perjury obstructing Justice for allegedly misleading. Investigators the whole point of this story is how much it's going to cost to prosecute these four people who allegedly murdered eight members of one family in their small community in pike county, Ohio. So what? So what the money that is spent making sure Justice is served. I guess the point of this story in USA today is it it's simply not worth it. It's too cost prohibitive to prosecute. So you let you let Paul Wagner and the rest of their murdering Bob go because it's going to cost too damn much money. Story while the state public defender's office would take on the cost for one capital murder defended pike county prosecutor rob Junkin the other three could fall to the county. The cost would involve more than a lawyer. And likely would include a mitigation expert a defense investigator and forensic scientists all leading up to tens of thousands of dollars. So what price do you put an eight people's lives? This is a this is the most non story story about this story. I think I've ever seen in my life. So about seven hours ago, the reporter so-called someone named Jona Aisin. There's USA today. There's your mic newspaper service. That's the most important thing is how much the prosecution of the Wagner's is going to cost really. What what what what actually passes for news? Sometimes just boggles my mind. That's not the most important part of the story. Most important part of the story is ultimately getting Justice for the rodent family and putting the people who perpetrated these awful horrible acts behind bars or maybe just ending their lives. One way or another the person or persons who were convicted of of doing this should have their lives ended whether they end in prison or in some other method on a gurney somewhere. Just crazy. Nelson's crazy is I work in a building. So supposedly with adults. And it's not as bad as it has been. And I don't know where I'm sharing this with you now. But just point of fact from survey earlier I walked into the men's room. Well, it's not true since we have female employees. We have unisex bathrooms and no one had to negotiator legislate that two bathrooms fit. Everybody. I'm sure the women that work here. Are thrilled about that. Because I walked in earlier to the first unisex bathroom here. I heart media Cincinnati. And I could see as soon as I walk in the toilet is bunker would've said one time was stuffed full of toilet paper. It looks like it wasn't gonna flush wanting to try because I don't want to clean it up. I don't wanna fall in all over the floor on me somebody else can deal with it. Sure, there's a janitorial staff around or a plumber. Because we all have to have two jobs who could fix that. So I walked in the other way, and it was unflushed from the last usage by someone. How hard is it to use the proper amount of toilet paper or to flush the commode when you're done? I just I don't know. Of course, the bathrooms here are nothing like the bathrooms. We had at the building in mount Adams, which has someone referred to once as like a bad public bathroom in a in a bus, stop and a bad part of town. It got to the point mount Adams where public bathroom at a bus. Stop maybe a public bathroom in a bus stop on the south side of Chicago, which hadn't been cleaned since the last crime scene was mopped up and they removed the outline and the caution tape, but I just don't understand how hard is it. Just to operate the equipment properly. Tell you what was on the floor. Anyway. There is also bridge bridges are icy..

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Day two and a half years in the making arrests made in the pike county. Murderers, four members of the Wagner. Family arrested include George Billy, Wagner, the third and his wife Angela as well as their two children, George Wagner, the fourth and Edward Jake Wagner both in their twenties. They're charged with planning and carrying out the murders of the eight members of the road and family in two thousand sixteen we believe that the Wenders conspired together to develop an elaborate plan to kill the eight victims under the cover of darkness and then carefully cover up their tracks. Ohio attorney general Mike dewine said the two other people have also been. Arrested for obstructing the investigation. Mother Rita nukem and Billy's mother Fredrika Wagner. Alison, why into News Radio six ten WTVN? The wind indicates his office well pursue the death penalty against the whiteners that are charged with murder conservative commentator. Ben Shapiro spoke to state lawmakers Tuesday. A better proposed spillover protect free speech on college campuses and much more concerned about the threat of administrators not just against speakers like me here. One day a year. Right. It's it's it's more. With regard to students who want to have events on campus. A students who want to speak freely on political matters on an everyday basis. Those are the people who are mostly dealing with the administration, and he adds there would not be protections for those who promote hate speech while in town. Shapiro gave speech at the Ohio union on the ocean campus Tuesday night, he was invited by university sanctioned student organization there were protests, but no arrests demonstrators New York expected to gather in Long Island city today, the protest Amazon setting up a headquarters air these residents are concerned it won't be able to handle it trains can't handle the amount of people already that. There are says you're going to open up a building is going to have twenty five thousand employees, whether we're gonna poke mayor Bill de Blasios governor, Andrew Cuomo, welcome Amazon's high paying jobs, they say the city and state will make money on Amazon's arrival, Ohio State athletic director, gene Smith says there's no place at the university for the kind of behavior that's alleged at a new report by Brett mcmurphy Napoli snow in our coaching staff. Know how important it is to accept people from all walks of life. And so there's just no way they did our Barbie, and our culture that someone could get away with using those disparaging type words and Smith talking to sister station one zero five seven the zone. Mc Murphy's report claims wide receivers coach Zac Smith used a racial slur. In a confrontation with the player during a practice in two thousand seventeen players who witnessed the incidence say no derogatory language is used adding they would not tolerate it. Had there been.

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WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"TVN. An exhaustive investigation is finally lead to the arrest of four people in connection to the murders of eight family members in pike county from April of two thousand sixteen Ohio attorney general and governor like Mike dewine says members of the Wagner family planned out the killings at four different locations. All in one night. We have followed more than eleven hundred tips from the public. We conducted. Five hundred fifty interviews serve more than two hundred subpoenas. Search warrants in court orders and tested more than seven hundred items of evidence arrest over forty seven year old George Billy Wagner, the third forty eight year old Angela Wagner Twenty-seven-year-old, George Wagner. The fourth and twenty six year old Edward Jake Wagner to others were also arrested for their role in helping cover up the murders. The arrests are a great weight off the shoulders of pike county sheriff Charles reader. No one no one. Dark of the night for cowards to come in while sleeping in execute them in a way, that would be unbelievable. Raider had only been sheriff less than a year when the murders occur. Prosecutors do plan to seek the death penalty against the murder suspects nationwide insurance confirming it will be eliminating around eleven hundred jobs next year, including some three hundred fifty in central Ohio company said it's making targeted changes to its marketing PNC operations Bank organization's IT department nationwide. Currently employs nearly thirty four thousand employees and said the workforce reductions expected to happen in the first quarter of next year conservative commentator. Ben Shapiro is at the state house Tuesday testifying in favor of proposed state law that deals with free speech on college campuses. It seems like a pretty measured Bill in terms of its language. I don't think that it's designed to let the KKK roam around.

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"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"And cold and flu season soon. Upon us big peak or is Columbus poised to kind of dodge the flu bullets will get you information. That's coming up here at six forty three on NewsRadio six ten WT VM. So I I think it's interesting, you know, all the posturing after midterms. I mean, there's still some votes that have to be retaliated and really figure out who the winners are and all that stuff. But when you talk about, you know, national names among the big names from the decided the ball Nancy Pelosi. Saw no yesterday band of house. Democrats determined to oppose house minority leader Nancy Pelosi speaker bid planning to release a signed letter as soon as this week indicating they've gathered enough support to deny for the two hundred eighteen votes needed to win the gavel on the house floor in January. It's a move. They say would complicate her path to a second term as speaker and force renewed discussion about her stepping aside. So that's interesting. You know, there could be a change in that might open things up for twenty twenty not the same old same old. But then you see Hillary Clinton. She was at the university of Texas Austin on campus yesterday to receive an award from the LBJ school of public affairs. She will return to the Texas school social studies curriculum along with Helen Keller. Yeah. Apparently, they were teaching anything about the two women. But now they're back. The two women had been cut by the state board of education. So they're kinda opening that backup which that seems fascinating to me. On a lot of levels. I also know that our governor John casick. See if I can pull that note up real quick he was moving around the forget where he was. Oh, he's he's not there yet. He's announced a trip to New Hampshire. He says he wants to meet with old and new supporters and Colorado governor John Hickenlooper speaks in Chicago today, his plans on the future and building bipartisan bridges, so you know, again, it's just all that posturing after the midterms, and we'll kind of see how it's going and is as far as the people that did get elected that are there. They're still going through orientation and they get their class photo today. So that'll be a big deal. I don't know, you know, if you've got to have a certain tire, your hair right way, or or how all that rolls. But there's plenty going on there for sure, of course, got to hear more and more through the day. The the the murders down south you remember it's been two and a half years since we knew what was going on the road and family pike county. But today we have arrests announced George Billy Wagner Angela wig. George Wagner, the fourth and Edward Jake Wagner all accused of killing seven members of the rodent family. Mike dewine said the people investigated that lived that's his that's his phrase. They lived it. And I don't know that you're ever pleased to bring something like that to the four. But there is the start of closure on the case. And that is the latest again, we'll have more as we roll through the day. Six forty right now. Let's update traffic.

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08:42 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Six twelve it is Joel Riley, NewsRadio sixteen W T V national statistics FBI. They report that hate crimes were up seventeen percent last year compared to two thousand sixteen of hate crimes being reported. Fifty nine point six percent based on race, ethnicity or ancestry. They say just under twenty one percent based on sexual orientation one point nine percent, gender identity in about a half a percent on gender anti Jewish hate crimes making up. Fifty eight percent of those based on religion while eighteen percent, plus targeted as Muslims acting attorney general math Redeker said in a statement of the report, quote is a call to action, and we will heed that call. And it's interesting to you know, when you talk about hate crimes. You know, there's a lot of people that will kind of work their way through that. It's kind of a designation that they're in some instances doesn't make sense. Like, you know, the big story in Ohio. The pike county murders. Right. And you know to say that doesn't qualify as a hate crime is kind of weird because you know, you have to families clearly at odds, and well one of them I mean, other than a couple of very small children were virtually eradicated. So we know there were four arrested yesterday the murder of eight family members seventy and a teenage boy prosecutor suggesting the killings stemmed from a custody dispute. Ohio G, Mike dewine said the four suspects had carefully planned the murders for months, those indicted twenty six year old Edward Jake Wagner. His dead Forty-seven-year-old, George Billy Wagner, Billy's wife, Angela and Twenty-seven-year-old George Wagner, and apparently AG dewine is going for the death penalty. If they're convicted they could face that the eight victims found shot in the head four separate homes. They were Jake Wagner's nineteen year old former girlfriend Hannah who shared custody of their daughter and her parents siblings and other relatives Rodin's Deos daughter, another baby and young children were unharmed. A lawyer for the Wagner's yesterday said they're innocent. So again, that's you know, we're going to be a long time. Seeing how it all plays out. But the arrests are done, and that's been it's about thirty months of investigation until they were able actually make that interesting to know, there was very ideas floated out there. One of which I remember hearing had to do with dewine knew who the murderers were and that they were hiding out. I think in Alaska. And he was just hanging onto it. In case he needed some help over the hump getting the governor's job. So it appears that did not bear out at all. In any way. So again, it's one of those things cases like that. Because they're so unreal. I mean, you can remember early on in that people were talking about, you know, must have been a mafia hit or something to do with drugs. Maybe a cartel. They weren't playing nice. And so they just came in and methodically. Boom, boom, boom took care of him as a sign that if you're going to work with us, you better do what we say. This is going happen to you. So. Apparently, you know, and again at this bears out Mike dewine seems to think that they've painstakingly going to be able to prove it was a custody dispute between two families. So it's just it's hard to imagine hard to imagine hard to imagine what's going on in California to my gosh, fires continue to burn. I mean, there was a little, you know, a brushfire that kicked up at burn like three hundred acres like so fast. So they're still dealing with the big ones the Wolsey fire in southern California the camp fire in northern California. But death toll continues to rise it has to do with orgies being able to get in burned out areas like in paradise some of the notable cities, and then finding bodies from people that just did not get out of their houses word this morning is our about thirty five percent contained. We know interior secretary. Ryan zinc's is scheduled a trip to Asia has been canceled. He's going to visit the fire zones today and tomorrow. And yesterday, we told you that you know, some of the local utilities were investigating. Maybe were they the 'cause already now people have sued Pacific Gas and electric they accused the utility of negligence and blaming it for causing the fire officials haven't determined the cause of the blaze, but PG, and he told state regulators last week it experienced a problem on a transmission line in the area, and that's right near where the fire broke out a person who owns land near that says that they notified PG and E the day before the fire began crews needed to come onto a property because she said transmission lines were sparking. So again, if they can document that and you know show that that led legitimately happen. It's going to be pretty hard for them to prove. I think that they are not at fault, and you know, with all the bad loss of human life loss of. You know, human property housing. All that stuff. There's always these stories that just kind of pop up the one story you remember Alan Pierce. Nurse. Drove his truck through fires back to his post where he and countless others assisted those left behind in paradise, California. You might remember seeing pictures of his Toyota tundra pickup truck. I mean is it was a white truck. But I mean, it's just charred the outside of it. And you look at that thinking first off who does that who drives through that kind of condition? And then the fact that the things still runs you're like holy mackerel. That's pretty cool. Well, Toyota, solid. And they thought you know, what this this guy is very deserving. So they say for his bravery and saving the lives of two others. Are they're going to replace the truck with a brand new one. That's pretty cool. That's pretty cool. So you know, again where there is a devastation. There are always bright spots. If you look for them. And that is certainly one of them. They're so well done nurse, Allen and well-done Toyota. We know today HBO has dropped a new teaser for the game of thrones final season now in the trainer. No new footage to don't get to geeked about that. Like, no tells it's it's the same stuff, but it does show along wintry road and the show's estimated time of arrival, which is April next year. And at this point, we know season eight's going to consist of six episodes. So the binge won't be quite as long as you might have thought traffic and weather here in a couple of quick minutes mentioned this earlier. Of cell phones. And if you have teenagers you border on addiction, you think my gosh, do they ever go anywhere without the bone. Well for the most part, no, the answer's no and even people older than teenagers. So attachment maybe addiction smartphones report this morning is that. Yeah, it is getting stronger than ever new survey finds Americans look at their phones in average of fifty two times a day. That's up six percent from last year. And honestly, I'm surprised the numbers that small I thought we'd be way more Deloitte's twenty eighteen global mobile. Consumer survey. It finds that thirty nine percent of US consumers. Thank they use their phones. Too much that rises to sixty percent among eighteen to thirty four year olds nearly two thirds of consumer saying they're trying to limit smartphone use. But just thirty two percent say they are actually succeeding. So you're not alone. If you're looking you're looking at it right now, there's a lot of people that are right with you. Just don't do it in traffic. That's one of the I mean, it's still it just drives me up a wall. And I'm on six seventy two seventy if you see anybody that's kind of just get the tires right on the dotted white lines or the outside yellow, whatever I guarantee if you pull up and pass they're looking at their phone happens almost every time. Well, I don't know the I can do all that. And then say, hey, you gotta use your phone to win cash, but I'm gonna because that's what we got coming up here at six thirty. It's another grand in your hand a day full of winning, and it could be a thousand dollars for you. So get set ten minutes away. It's another grand in your hand. It's powered by favorite heating and cooling here on NewsRadio. Oh, six ten WTVN. Yes. Okay. He was looking at his phone. He forgot the the, bud. All right, traffic, and weather. Now, we do it every ten minutes on the tens it's from TempStar heating and cooling problem. You were talking about Tom, right? Well, yeah, he's the one that blew it. And we don't expect time to blow it much. He's almost like a robot. Almo and that he rarely makes mistakes. I just don't want him taking my job to took the producers job what's going to do. I mean, I think he's okay pushing buttons. I just don't think he likes.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Day two and a half years in the making arrests made in the pike county murderers net, four members of the Wagner. Family arrested include George Billy, Wagner, the third and his wife Angela as well as their two children, George Wagner, the fourth and Edward Jake Wagner both in their twenties. They're charged with planning and carrying out the murders of the eight members of the road and family in two thousand sixteen we believe. Conspired together to develop an elaborate plan to kill the eight victims under cover of darkness and then carefully cover up their tracks. Ohio attorney general Mike dewine said the two other people have also been arrested for obstructing the investigation. Angela's mother Rita nukem and Billy's mother Fredrika Wagner. Allison williams. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Wind indicates his office will pursue the death penalty against the Wagner's that are charged with murder nationwide. Insurance confirm will be eliminating around eleven hundred jobs next year, including some three hundred fifty in central Ohio company said it's making targeted changes to its marketing PNC operations Bank organizations in IT department nationwide. Currently employs nearly thirty four thousand employees and said the workforce reductions expected to happen in the first quarter of next year. Thousands of firefighters now streaming into California to help fight those wildfires that had been burning for days. It's a joint effort here to put out the flames firefighters are working alongside prison inmates who wear orange. Fire. Uniforms and do hard labor digging fire line and to everyone working here. Governor Jerry Brown says thank you. I was the firefighters inmates that are working there as well. Spectacular job. All they work so many people who live in these canyons, wait to learn if their homes have survived Alex stone ABC news Thousand Oaks, California, incoming youngest member of congress joining with many people her age to protest in action on climate change in the office of congresswoman Nancy Pelosi..

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"Welcome back. We are waiting for the press conference on the arrest in the pike county murders Nathan. So we're about one minute away from what I understand. So we'll be joining that here in a second. They finally got. More than two years after this murder of the family of eight people could grief, they arrested the four people, which is a family, George Wagner, the third forty-seven Angela Wagner forty-eight, George Wagner, the fourth twenty seven and Edward Jake Wagner twenty six so these are the four that were arrested for the killing there in pike county that family oh my gosh. It was eight people. And obviously, it's not like, I'm just not reading this. I just kind of you know, it it slips your mind is it's not exactly top of mind all the time. But boy eight people and that was awful, obviously, some more than two it's been two years since that actually happened. Yeah. Josh is giving me. So how how actually we're like what twenty seconds away or something like that? Or? Yeah. It sounds like the attorney general in the pike county sheriff walk into the room that they have not started talking suze. Do I'll give you a heads up here? Okay. All right. So anyway, yeah. Any second. We're going to actually be going to that. So I actually hesitate to start talking about, you know, anything of substance. It's we're actually stalling if you will do we can get to the press conference. But I have to do I do want to say this earlier today. Wall burgers brought its food truck out to Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet. And this was one thing. I was really sad about because of my schedule today and couldn't get out there. Because of the there's going to end up being a wall burgers. So all right anyway, here is the press conference now live on six ten WTVN..

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01:55 min | 4 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"One year old babysitter stake into the hospital where she remains this morning investigators are now asking for information on four people that could be connected to the eight murders in pike county here 610 wtvn jared allan the four persons of interest in the road and murder mystery once lived on peterson road and people's the attorney general's office says the three men and one woman have since moved to alaska investigators are seeking information on billy angela george and edward jake wagner they want to know what the way tigers may have told others about cars firearms or ammunition connected to the road and family jared alley newsradio 610 wtvn democrats are protesting what they say is a republican effort to craft a healthcare bill in secret by trying to slow down senate business in a latenight talk with on last night's effort to force hearings on the bill produce this back and forth between senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and senate minority leader charles schumer will be available to us and the public more than ten hours before we have to vote for it if i were barber to the root unamendable will be more than ten hours and that's not lang will ever blocked artery momentum bill i rest my case schumer called it a radical departure from normal legislative procedures house narrowly passed a healthcare bill in early may and senate republicans are believed to be quietly drafting their own version of the legislation radio 610 wtvn sports calves and gm david griffin parting ways griffin the offcourt orchid attacked of these calves that have made the finals three years in a row unwanted championship in lebrun james not reacting well the news more on that at seven fifteen basketball buckeye zada player kyle young at a mass plumbing alive state next year he was a butler recruit but now follows new coach chris holtmann osu baseball red staff their skit with a 73 wanted tampa egnos destroy baltimore twelve nothing clippers lose illovo for sports are twenty four seven tune 105 seven his.

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01:32 min | 4 years ago

"edward jake wagner" Discussed on WTVN

"News radio 610 wtvn thumbs gun jennings investigators in the roads murder mystery and play county are asking for help in getting info on four former neighbours is some of the murder victims the four persons of interest in the road and murder mystery once lived on peterson road in people the attorney general's office says the three men and one woman have since moved to alaska investigators are seeking information on billy angela george and edward jake wagner they want to know what the wagner's may have told others about cars firearms or ammunition connected to the road and family jared allah newsradio 610 wtvn and get more info on that story at 610 w t the end dot com only one of the four protesters arrested during century's pride parade remains in jail following court appearance this morning the four interrupted the parade and were confronted by columbus police blank officers who use mace on the protesters de'andre miles is charged with aggravated robbery for trying to take an officer's weapon for the officers were hurt in the ordeal today dozens of protestors stood outside the courthouse asking for him to be freed organizers for this weekend's confessor fighting a move that could force them to stop selling alcohol abc six is tom bosco says if there's nudity at the festival the state could prevent them from selling beer to visitors compass says the state is using rules that apply to adult businesses in that contest is in no way a sexually oriented business so compress attorneys filed an injunction this morning in federal court organizers say cutting off alcohol.

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