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"ethel kennedy" Discussed on WTOP
"By new look home design right now say 50% on all roofing materials This is a new look at home design dot com Get a $49 furnace tuna by calling 809 four 8 Mike It is ten 21 a new investigation finds that a powerful D.C. police panel may have treated officer misconduct way more lightly than they should have According to a new report by DCS in the center for investigative reporting they found the panel included now police chief Robert Conti and some examples of what they say were officers getting a light slap on the wrist such as in 2015 one officer was drunk and threatened to sex workers with his gun Even after an internal investigation and review recommended that officer be fired the panel overruled that Instead only stripping him of his higher ranking title which he later got back According to the report between 20 O 9 and 2019 MPD's disciplinary review division recommended 24 officers be fired from misconduct but they found that in nearly every case the panel instead gave out a much lighter punishment typically suspension without pay Now since becoming chief Conti has said that he's frustrated that it's so hard to get rid of bad officers he's also said that he opposes legislation that makes police disciplinary records public since he says it violates officers constitutional rights to privacy DCS says Robert Conte did not comment on this investigation Well a stretch of road in northeast may be getting an upgrade soon The district Department of Transportation says the $15 million federal grant will have an immediate safety impact for drivers cyclists and pedestrians who use the two mile long benning road northeast corridor the funding will support the benning road bridges and transportation improvements project which is in the final design phase to continue transportation improvements on benning road from Oklahoma avenue northeast to east capital street They include replacing the structurally deficient bridge over a D.C. two 95 and enhancing pedestrian and bicycle routes over the Ethel Kennedy memorial bridge the project also supports the extension of the existing D.C. street car line to the bending road metro rail.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of course, Robert Kennedy Jr and Douglas. Yeah. RFK Jr. I think is weird guy. That's just my humble opinion. And Doug's a nice guy, But, uh, they're the ones everybody else. The whole family is against this guy getting out. But did you hear what she said? Should see her hands her hand should that the Ethel Kennedy wants him to complete his life sentence. In prison. How is he on the verge of getting out? Now I don't have any idea whether the man is rehabilitated. I don't know if he is a danger. I don't know if somebody can mind control him or whatever you want to believe about all of that. But the fact that it's been his parole has been turned down 16 times and all of a sudden Just 1968. 53 years ago. He's been turned down. All of a sudden they're going to turn the man out on the streets. He's an old man. All he knows in his adult life for 53 years is life in prison. I don't. I mean, I'm almost thinking that it would be Cruel to send them out into the world. Okay, There you go, sir. Hands her hand. Are you going to? How are you going to get a job? What are you going to do? So I don't know what you made with this. All this just drives home. The whole point about all this prison reform and they want to Let people out, and they say life in prison without the possibility of parole. None of that sticks. I mean, you get you get sentenced for murder. They'll put you away for 25 30 years and five years you'll get out. So I don't know what and and the fact that he shot and killed. It's not just Robert Kennedy. But the fact that the man had a very good shot at becoming president of the United States and they lead I think that's Pretty serious crime should have serious consequences. Phone number Here is 855295. 6600 should they let Sirhan Sirhan out of jail? 855295 66 100. Be right back. You are the best radio talk Show on Air America. Wow, Thank you. Like you would hear. So the child comes put together a video to mark the United States as a superpower and to humiliate Biden, specifically on his America is back rhetoric, They say. U. S. Troops scrambled to evacuate as Taliban. Takes control of the presidential palace. 20 years $2 trillion 2400 lost troops forced to withdraw folks. America wasn't forced to withdraw. We won. It was time to come home, but we weren't forced to make a comes. E Keystone Kop exit, costing lives and Treasury The worst part about the church icon video knocking America is the majority of its points were accurate. Even the Brits are backing away from anything to do with our military under Biden. Biden is in over his head. It's time for him to exit gracefully. Get beyond the obvious that to make you a job dot com or find us on Facebook and tell us what you think. Pro USA dot com reminds you that while it's not okay to cut in line at the deli counter, no.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Restaurant on Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. Man died after being shot by Gilroy, Police officer and having the officer returned fire on Wednesday. Officers responded about 2 30 in the morning on Wednesday to a report of an intoxicated man on fourth Street. The first arriving officer encounter the man who they say within second shot at the officer with a handgun now the officer was not hit by the gunfire. But the officer did returned fire, striking the man at least once he was taken to the hospital and died. His name is not being related. Eastern Trial is underway for Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes. She shot to stardom as you know, claiming she had a device to run. Numerous blood tests off one drop of blood turned out to be a fraud. As we hear from Alex Stone in California. During opening statements, prosecutors and defense attorneys laid out two different views of Elizabeth Holmes prosecutors painting a picture of a greedy villain who faked her way to the top of Silicon Valley defense attorneys, saying she is a passionate underdog who tried to shake up the health care industry. The trial is expected to go three months, a 12 person jury will decide her fate. The first witness who began testifying on Wednesday, Theranos is corporate controller for over a decade. Alex Stone kgo 8 10, The wife of the late Robert F. Kennedy says convicted assassin Sirhan Sirhan should not be released from prison 93 year old Ethel Kennedy's statement further muddies of family divide over whether the man convicted of killing her husband. In Southern California. 1968 should be freed on parole. Former Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy, RFK's oldest son, has also denounced the possible parole of 77 year old Sirhan. But two other RFK Children say they support his release. This news update is sponsored by the end at the Tides Book Your Getaway to the end of the Tides today voted best wine country and by the press Democrat 2020 Reader's Choice Awards enjoy stunning views and delicious food. The in at the tides dot com It's update your drive. We're going back to 8 80, this time around. Sponsored by Staples Stores. Here's KGO is Mark Nieto for the Chilton auto body Traffic desk. It's been a busy 8 80 commute so far now there's another problem. North beyond before 66 right in front of the Coliseum. A crash over on the shoulder but keeping things slow from 98th Avenue. If you're heading out of the Leo westbound on 80 at the Kirk Enas Bridge. There's a crash in the left hand lane. That's why you're backed up to Georgia Street there. And, in fact, Lumen northbound one on one right before Lake Bill, we're getting word of erect their blocking at least one of the lanes, South based law going northbound one on one in the Morgan Hill. Then again Approaching the 8 80 interchange is also a car fire that has the Montague Expressway off ramp from southbound 6 80 shut down and we're already backed up into the maze. Metering lights are on and then slow to the island on the Bay Bridge. Staples.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on KCRW
"Wherever they are outdoors. Also, Shirley Raines provides beauty to the streets. That's all ahead on greater L A. But first this news At 6 30. I'm Matt Dillon with this case here. W NEWS update. There is some good news on the Covid front in L. A. The number of ongoing coronavirus outbreaks in non school settings have slightly decreased. L. A County public health today reported there are about 258 ongoing outbreaks, a majority of which are in residential settings, and officials say out of all the county businesses they visited so far a majority of them are in compliance with current rules. However, gyms, bars, warehouses and garment factories need to up their employee and customer masking the latest inspection period. Seven citations were issued to businesses for not following public health rules, mostly gyms and restaurants. Today, the county is reporting another 49 lives lost to the virus and more than 2000 new infections. The family of Robert F. Kennedy is divided over whether his assassin Sirhan Sirhan, should be granted parole as a state panel has recommended. The matriarch of the family is speaking out, and she's firmly on the No parole side. Ethel Kennedy, Robert's widow, released a statement on her daughter Kerry Kennedy's Twitter account, saying, quote our family and our country suffered an unspeakable loss due to the inhumanity of one man. 93 year old said she's glad Sirhan was spared from execution, but that he quote should not have the opportunity to terrorize again. Several of Robert and Ethel Kennedy's Children have weighed in publicly on the parole board's recommendation that certain should be free after 53 years in prison on both sides of the debate. After a review period that will last several months. The governor will have the final word on whether the now 77 year old Sirhan is freed. And finally, wedding bells rang out in San Francisco this week for high school sweet sweethearts Sergio Soto and Isabella Crystal ball, But it was bittersweet. Here's Soto. I love you so And I hope we could spend our lives together for a five with weekends. Friends and family were present. As the young couple exchanged emotional vows The 20 year old groom is terminally ill. While he has been fighting leukemia for the past five years, he just learned that he has only a few weeks to live. The wedding was put together in just one week. Local restaurants and boutiques pitched in to help the couple. Newlyweds vowed to spend whatever time Soto has left with one another. We wish them all the best. 6 32 that's going to do it for KCRW news. It is now time for greater L. A You're listening to greater l, a KCRW show that connects you to the people and places of Southern California. Hey there. I'm Erica D. Smith and for Steve to take us Today. Let's take a car ride to Loma Linda to go house hunting for a van. And no, You didn't hear that wrong. See, the van straight ahead looks exactly like the pictures. James Estrada is a soon to be fourth year student and U C. Santa Barbara. In the past few weeks, he's driven to strangers, homes and the parking lots of grocery stores, all in hopes of finding a van to call home. That's because Estrada is going back to school at UCSB in just a couple of weeks, and he's one of hundreds of students with nowhere to live Hashtag van life Anyone events kind of seems like the best option. I know I'll be sleeping every day. It's not like be looking for housing.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on WBUR
"Billions and disaster relief funding. And singer songwriter Josh Ritter has a new novel of rollicking Ride about a boy coming of age at the turn of the 20th century, even wrote a song for it, Getting the song out of your head. You have to sing it to get it out, and that's the same with writing. I five coming up here Now The news is first. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers are moving on an aggressive timeline to push a massive budget reconciliation bill through the chamber this month. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The $3.5 trillion measure is facing pushback from some moderate Democrats who argue the cost of the bill is too high Speaker Pelosi is dismissing Democratic calls for a pause and deliberations on the spending package, saying the final price tag of the measure is still being negotiated. I don't know what the number will be. We aren't marking at 3.5, we're not going above that. But we have to talk about what does it take? Where would you cut Childcare Family medical leave paid for Universal Pre K. Pelosi added that House Democrats will not be including a debt ceiling increase in the spending bill. Democrats are looking to approve the package through reconciliation, which would allow the Senate to bypass a Republican filibuster and pass the legislation with a simple majority. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington And President Biden, a longtime supporter of Labor union, says the new infrastructure bill includes new public spending that will create jobs. Speaking from the White House today, Biden said the country was built by the middle class which unions built not Wall Street. Let me tell you something, my measure economic success. Is how families like mine growing up working families busting their neck how they're doing whether they have a little breathing room. Whether they have a job that deliver some dignity. Paycheck, it can support a family on. He also called for the passage of legislation that would encourage the formation of unions. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is calling on the Taliban to allow charter flights carrying Americans and at risk Afghans to depart from Afghanistan. The planes have been stuck at the airport in some organizers claim the State Department isn't doing enough to help. Blinken, though, says the U. S. Is doing everything in its power, but that the Taliban is not permitting the flights to leave. In Richmond, Virginia, amid cheers from onlookers, One of the largest Confederate monuments in the U. S. That of Confederate General Robert E. Lee has been taken down after 130 years in the formal capital of the Confederacy, this after years of controversy and legal challenges. From member station W. V TF. Jad Khalil has more workers made pretty short work out of the statue. They brought it down around nine a.m. that meant smaller crowds and were expected. Black Richmond is around. The site said there was still a lot of work to do in terms of dismantling institutional racism. But most said removing the symbol was a part of that process. Now the statue is on the ground, and workers are cutting it into smaller pieces. The pencil that held it looks tall. In comparison, it's covered in protesters. Graffiti from the protests last summer, the pieces of the statue will be taken to storage until the state decides its fate for NPR news. I'm Jad Khalil in Richmond. And you're listening to NPR news. This is 90.9 w. Bur Ongaro Hagopian in Boston workers at Massachusetts rest homes, assisted living residences and hospice programs will have to get their coronavirus shots. The state's Public Health Council has just approved the requirement, which also applies to home health care Workers. Council members say the move is necessary to protect vulnerable age groups. Workers have to be vaccinated by the end of October. Senator Robert F. Kennedy's widow, says her husband's killer should not be released from prison. In a statement. Ethel Kennedy says Sirhan Sirhan quote should not have the opportunity to terrorize again to members of the California Parole Board ruled last month that Sirhan no longer poses a threat to society, a position supported by at least two members of the Kennedy family. The recommendation next goes before the full parole board and then to California's governor, who can abide by it, reverse it or modify it. There's a hearing on Beacon Hill on cybersecurity following a series of attacks targeting people, businesses and local governments. State Senator Barry Feingold is chairing the hearing and says FBI data show people in Massachusetts lost $100 million to cybercrime last year alone. 50 years ago, we were worried about people robbing banks that's no longer are concealed here in the Commonwealth. Our concern a cyber crime. This is a growing industry and our residents of the Commonwealth are only going to be attacked even more. He says the Legislature will consider ideas like mandated early reporting of cyber attacks and banning Massachusetts companies from paying ransoms in Cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. Today is the last day to submit an application for a mail in ballot in Massachusetts for next Tuesday's preliminary elections. Applications for a mail in ballot must arrive at local election offices by five o'clock this afternoon. The Vermont state troopers accused in a scheme to create fake coronavirus vaccination cards have resigned, They were turned into their supervisors by fellow troopers. The FBI is investigating in sports Red Sox raise at.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That are really looking forward to Having you become part of our country to. He also said the efforts in Afghanistan will continue. We're also going to be trying to help people who are still in Afghanistan, your families, your friends looking for ways to support them to help them working with many other countries to do that, many of them said Thank you some of the few English words they know. What they need when they need it. Most. A human service agency prepares for the resettlement of Afghan citizens. Governor Charlie Baker has extended an invitation to evacuees from Afghanistan. And once they have made the journey from the Middle East to U. S soil and eventually the Massachusetts up to 150. Afghans will be greeted by representatives of the International Institute of New England with the most basic of needs. We picked them up at the airport. We bring them to a safe place to say we provide them with a warm meal. We make sure people have Seasonally appropriate clothing. And while the II any provides the necessities, Tobin says, Fortunately, the most essential comforts of home are already here. Afghans have kind of identified Lowell as a destination of choice. They've created a community, their their friends and family. So if we kind of focusing on law because of the support that that community will provide Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, let's get right to Bloomberg Business News. Now it is Wednesday. We're joined by Andrew O Day. Stock indexes are stepping back Laurie as the U. S and Global virus caseloads keep pressing forward threatening economic growth right now they're now losing 106. NASDAQ Down 140. It's almost 1% S and P 500 down. 16. Bank of America is one of the biggest collectors of overdraft fees in the industry. But now people who have checking accounts with Bank of America can opt into a program it calls balance connect. Which prevents those fees by automatically moving a customer's money from other accounts to cover the overdraft. That means a customer must have one or more other accounts for it to work. And although the transfer is automatic There's a $12 fee. So the bank still get something Andrew wrote Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Alright, Andrew. Thank you so much. And what about that rain? What about the thunder again? We're standing by for an updated weather forecast for you and Ethel Kennedy. Releases a new statement on the possible parole of Sir hands her hand what she thinks coming up at 12 15 stay with us. Your place.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"A A B CS dangerous Orange County. A cumulus station. Get it right, I A. B. C. Hey, ABC News at nine o'clock. Good morning. I'm Jim Root. Here's what's happening. Heated years old. So much Heat, the California Independent System operator calling for a statewide flex alert. Today, everyone's asked to voluntarily conserve energy. It take some stress off the power grid between four PM and nine PM powering down computers turning up the therm is that turning off unnecessary lights, avoiding the use of major appliances all good ways to save A powerful earthquake last night, leaving many Mexican residents shaken today, the U. S Geological Survey says a 7.8 magnitude quake struck about 11 miles north east of the coastal resort community of Acapulco. There were no immediate reports of casualties after the tremor. There are reports of damaged buildings down trees and rock falls near the quake. The shaking was felt in Mexico City, but the city's mayor is reporting no major damage in the country's capital city. Mark Mayfield. There is now a report of one person who was killed more than a million homes without power and more than 50 years after his assassination in La's ambassador Hotel Robert F. Kennedy's widow, opposing the release of his killer 93 year old Ethel Kennedy says her hands her hand should not get out after a California state parole board recommended his release The 77 year old shot and killed the New York Democratic senator as Kennedy was running for president in 1968. Of Kennedy's living adult Children to support parole. Six are opposed. The parole recommendation is in a 120 Day review period. After that Governor Gavin Newsom must decide to accept, reject or modify the board's recommendation. Kevin Trip KBC News, It looks like pop star Britney Spears is closer to ending her conservatorship. Her father filed paperwork to end the arrangement after 13 years. He wrote about his daughter's public frustration. Asked as she be allowed to have her life back K ABC Sports The Dodgers beat the Cardinals in ST Louis 72. Last night, the two square off again this afternoon at 4 45. The Angels blank the Padres in San Diego for nothing. Angels Padres again 5 10 this afternoon from Petco that sports on the home of the U. S. C. Trojans K ABC checking Wall Street The Dow is down 1 13, NASDAQ Down 1 29 S and P down just under 18. This report brought to you by spectrum business. Small businesses are always looking for ways to cut costs. That's why they should switch to spectrum business. They could cut their Internet and phone bill in half while getting faster Internet speeds and proven reliability..
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on AP News
"Slash books to purchase or visit Amazon, Barnes and noble com or iBooks. I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsman at some in a crowd of hundreds cheering and singing as work crews pulled a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee off a giant pedestal in Richmond, Virginia, where it stood since 18 90 AP correspondent Sagara Madani. It stood among four other massive Confederate statues on Monument Avenue with the Confederacy is former capital. The area was a hub of protest last summer after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis. The other statues came down. But Governor Ralph Northam is order to remove the Lee monument as well was tied up in courts until recently, Ethel Kennedy, the widow of the late senator and presidential candidate, Robert F. Kennedy, says Assassin Sear Hand see your hand. Should not be released from prison. He should not be paroled, she said In a statement to of the Kennedys, Children Robert F. Kennedy and Douglas Kennedy have said they support possible parole. I'm Rita Foley in the attacks. Trial 20 men are charged but six of them will be tried in absentia. Saleh Abdeslam, who abandoned his rental car in northern Paris and discarded a malfunctioning suicide vest before fleeing home to Brussels, has refused to speak with investigators. But he holds the answers to many of the remaining questions about the attack and the people who planned it both in Europe and abroad. For the first time. Victims can also have a secure audio link to listen from home if they want with a 30 minute delay. The trial is scheduled to last nine months with September dedicated to laying out the police and forensic evidence. I'm Charles to Ledesma in a secure complex embedded within 1/13 century courthouse. France will begin the trial of 20 men accused in the Islamic state group's 2015 attacks on Paris that left 130 people dead and hundreds injured. On November 13 of that year, nine gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of each other at France's National Soccer Stadium, the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and cafes. Survivors of the attack, as well as those who mourn the dead are expected to pack the court house rooms. The lone survivor of the extremist cell from that night, Salah Abdeslam. Is the key defendant among those being tried for the deadliest attack in France since World War two. He is the only one charged with murder. The same is network went on to strike Brussels months later, killing another 32 people. I'm Charles to let asthma health experts around the country are still urging people not to take an animal, anti worming drug for Covid 19 after more patients were hospitalized with toxicity The most recent reports of poisoning from the anti parasitic drug ivermectin. We're in Missouri were a doctor at Mercy Hospital says several people suffered ill effects from taking the veterinary drug. North Dakota health officials held a town hall on the Internet to discourage the use of Ivor Mactan and to tell people there are legitimate treatments for Covid 19, like monoclonal antibodies and remdesivir people have been getting sick and animal supply stores are report. Shortages of ivermectin since some conservative talk show hosts and even some doctors promoted its use. But there are studies being conducted in the U. S and overseas to see if I've ever met and might have any benefit in reducing the effects of covid 19. I'm Jackie Quinn. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase prints of a peace photography for your personal or small business Use every day a piece. Photographers capture incredible images from all around the world.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To have an image of your signature hand written Secretary Galvin reminds us all the deadline is five o'clock today. In order for ballot to be mailed. 15 local cities are holding elections on September 14th. And a day after the Taliban announces a new, all male caretaker government in Afghanistan, the United States is expressing concern, the State Department spokesperson telling ABC News. The U. S. Is concerned by the affiliations and track records of some of the individuals named by the Taliban to its new caretaker government, and the administration has taken note that the list is exclusively Taliban members. Close associates and no women, the spokesperson reiterated. The US quote will judge the Taliban by its actions, not words. We have made clear our expectation that the Afghan people deserve an inclusive government and quote in ASDA Liquid Terra ABC News at the Foreign desk. 10, 07 and this story what they need and what they need it. Most timing is everything in life. A human service agency prepares for the resettlement of Afghan citizens. Governor Charlie Baker has extended an invitation to evacuees from Afghanistan. And once they have made the journey from the Middle East to U. S soil, and eventually the Massachusetts up to 150. Afghans will be greeted by representatives of the International Institute of New England with the most basic of needs. We pick them up at the airport. We bring them to a safe place. To say we provide them with a warm meal. We make sure people have seasonally appropriate clothing. And while the II any provides the necessities, Tobin says. Fortunately, the most essential comforts of home are already here. Afghans have kind of identified Lowell as a destination of choice. They've created a community, their their friends and family. So if we kind of focusing on law because of the support that that community will provide Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Bloomberg Business with Tracy Junkie. Good Morning. Good morning, Laurie. Card Cutting is a term for dropping cable TV in favor of streaming. But the first cord cutters were dropping their landline phone service to go exclusively with cell phones. Drinking landline demand and 18 is focused on expanding fibre optic broadband have meant layoffs for landline technicians. But at TNT has now agreed to protect the jobs of 29,000 of those technicians. Through the end of 2023, the company is settling a lawsuit brought by its largest union. On Wall Street, The Dow out might be breaking a law streak. The NASDAQ might be starting one after three records enrolled. The NASDAQ is down 49 points. Dow's Up 31 the S and P is unchanged. I'm Tracy Junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and coming up in just a few minutes here, Ethel Kennedy releases a statement on the possible parole of Sir hands her hand what she thinks coming up and 10 15. The loop is a five minute podcast of news that gets you ready for the day. The loop from WBZ NewsRadio on the I Heart radio AB iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Jay.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Areas back into the upper nineties in the triple digits, and we're going to do it for a good four or five days. Ginger, So this is one of those. We'll call it a heat wave that's going to affect many of us inland. Through the weekend. We'll talk more about it in a few minutes. That sounds tough, but at least now we know and then we can make some plans for that. Let's move you over to our first real time traffic map and show you the drive the conditions on the 57 freeway. So this Pousada orange Thorpe, so there's like a stall hazard of some sorts. That's in lanes. It's still not that bad, but sometimes it does get busy here, and it stays that way as you move farther to the South. Henry talking about our friends moving through the inland empire and how hot it's going to be for you, and I don't think that it's a surprise to some people. But it's one of those things where we want to make sure you know about what's happening so that you don't miss it. You're not sitting in traffic in the heat, 91 West and Green River hopefully than the process of clearing that crash. You see it, though The heavy delays are with us, and they will remain no matter what if anything, is still in lanes or not. We'll keep our eyes on all these things for your Wednesday. I'll send it over to you, too. All right, Ginger. Thank you. Breaking news from Silmara the LAPD on the scene of a homicide. A woman in her early thirties has been found dead and a home officers were called to the home on Lyle Street That's near Glen Oaks Boulevard about 11 30 last night. They say her family discovered her body when they returned home. She lives at the house with her husband and Children. Police say it's unclear how the woman was killed. They say her death is suspicious. They have not released more information about a suspect or a motive. Temperatures are heading up again in the extreme heat is causing concern a state. One flex alert has been issued today. As high temperatures and high demand put a strain on the state's power grid. The Flex alert runs from 4 to 9. PM Calista, which operates cigarette is asking people to conserve energy to avoid power disruptions and rolling blackouts. New surveillance video captures of violent crash in Koreatown It's the one we saw showed you the aftermath from yesterday Live right here on the cagily five morning news. The accident injured four people at a homeless encampment about six a.m. yesterday morning. Police say a white Dodge dart struck as silver Toyota Corolla at Virgil Avenue and fifth Street before losing control and then driving onto the sidewalk encampment. Firefighters free to 65 year old man who was trapped underneath that Dodge Dart. Paramedics transported him to the hospital. His injuries severe. Three others inside the car suffered minor injuries. No one was hurt and the Toyota Corolla Britney Spears father is petitioning to end a 13 year long conservatorship over his daughter in a filing yesterday. Jamie Spears says the judge's decision to allow his daughter to hire her own lawyer effectively undermined any legal basis for a conservatorship. He also says that if his daughter believe she can handle her own life, she should have that chance. I do believe at the next court hearing on September 29th. The judge will grant Britney's wish to be free from a conservative ship once and for all. Filing follows allegations from Spears lawyer that her father tried to extort $2 million from her after he stepped down as her conservator earlier this summer. She says Jamie Spears, maybe trying to avoid sitting for a deposition and having to answer questions about abusing the conservatorship. Robert F. Kennedy's widow, has joined a course of Kennedy's who do not want RFK's assassin paroled 94 year old Ethel Kennedy says Sirhan Sirhan should not be released from prison. She issued a statement yesterday which reads in part, our family and our country's suffered an unspeakable loss due to the inhumanity of one man at the bottom of the type statement, she added a handwritten note he should not be paroled. Six of RFK's Children also say Sirhan Sirhan should not be freed, but another Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Has spoken in favour of Sirhan's release. Sirhan assassinated Kennedy here in Los Angeles Back in 1968, California parole panel has recommended his parole, but the ruling is under review. California Governor Gavin Newsom will have the final say. Health care facilities in Idaho are now allowed to ration their care due to a major surge in covid hospitalizations. The state's Department of Health and Welfare announced their decision yesterday warning residents they may not get the care that they normally would expect if they become hospitalized. State officials say this comes as a last resort as a facility struggle to keep up due to bed and staffing shortages. Idaho has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country, with only 42% of its population fully vaccinated. Former Lakers star Cedric Apollos is in the battle of his life, cut down by Covid 19 and now in intensive care. He's been in the I C U for 10 days now the 52 year old tweeted out a photo of himself wearing an oxygen mask and wrote that quote Covid 19 is kicking my butt, then asking for prayers. Fellow Laker Magic Johnson tweeted praying for former Laker Cavallo's now Carmelo through other Laker Kohner. Jeanie Buss also tweeted Lakers Nation That's all Keep them in our prayers. It's unknown. Where he's being treated and whether or not he was inoculated against Covid 19. 5 33 is a time. Let's go over to Henry with the check of the weather. Yes, Let's hope for the best there. Cedric Ceballos. A great player, nine for the Lakers, but for Cal State Fullerton back back in the day, Actually, when, uh, you know Used to UNLV was ruling the landscape of the You Know, basketball world. There was some great games, so let's hope for the best there. 68 40 in Riverside 69 in San Deanna 60 to Oxnard. Temecula 66. Now we have a dense fog advisory. So when we talk about a dense fog advisory for the coastal areas or inland areas close to where we have these, that is good news that tells you there's an onshore push that tells you there's a semblance of a sea breeze and that helps to keep your temperatures relatively mild, and we're seeing that downtown 85 degrees 84 yesterday. That's the average so there is a sea breeze and it is extending to some of those I wouldn't call them some of those coastal valleys. It's just not strong enough to overtake the offshore flow. That's starting to set up. Think of it as a fan. So we have this airflow that's going from the inland areas out towards the coast, and we set that fans setting on low, so we start warming up some of these foothills. Then it goes to medium and it starts getting stronger until we really Put it on high, and that's what's going to happen and my point in saying this is because the stronger the airflow from the inland areas to the coast, the warmer the air is going to become so the high pressure strengthening. That's why our temperatures are going up. Now, when that higher pressure starts to dissipate, shrink a little bit move off towards the East. That's when the sea Breeze starts to overtake it. And then the cooler air moves in and that's what happens next week, so hang in there. It's kind of a give and take or going to be hot through the rest of the week. Could be one of those, really not the best forecast heading into the weekend because some of those valleys are going to be in the triple digits and stay there. But next week we should get back to the average. Stay there for more than a day or two, and we will get some relief. Now we do have some thunderstorms for the mountains and deserts. We need to mention that it does help to kick the temperatures down right because we get some cooler air. Associated Associated with the clouds, But we are going to get the chance of some thunderstorms and some flash flooding. I'm not saying that will happen, but that's always the possibility when we throw in these thunderstorms, and right now it looks like the low desert, which is the Coachella Valley High Desert Antelope Valley. Apple Valley Western valleys. You have a chance of thunderstorms, as well as our mountain communities as well next week promises to be much better. But I know Megan and Chris We don't want to wait until next week. No, we're like who was the one and Willy Wonka That just wanted it.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Valley. Sacramento is going to be 105. Today. The county Department of Environmental Health and Quality issued a water contact closure for the ocean shoreline at the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge and Border Field State Park. The culture was triggered by ocean water samples exceeding state health standards. It includes all beaches from the border to The south end of seacoast drive the water contact closure signs will remain in place until ocean water sampling results meet state health standards for recreational use two year old colt in his first race had to be euthanized after he was hurt at Del Mar. It happened during the tracks last day of racing for the summer. Thoroughbred Club officials tweeted with heavy hearts were sad to report that Honor award was humanely euthanized following the attending veterinarians, determination. He could not be saved. Plead to Governor Newsom from the widow of her husband's killer. Robert F. Kennedy's widow, Ethel. Kennedy says the assassin should not be set free. Sirhan Sirhan, who killed the senator and presidential candidate 53 years ago, received parole last month in San Diego. But the full parole board and the governor must still confirm his released before it becomes official. Ethel Kennedy says her family supports the decision to change his sentence from the death penalty to life in prison. But she says Sirhan Sirhan should not be released or of his widow, joining six of their Children in opposing parole after two of their sons spoke in favor of releasing their father's assassin during the hearing in no time Mesa Jacqueline Google News, the first lawsuit over Texas New election law is being filed. League of United Latin American citizens. Texas Photo. Latino and other groups filed federal court papers Tuesday afternoon, saying SB one Violates the Voting Rights Act and first and 14th amendments of the Constitution. The suit says The law has nothing to do with election integrity, but it's about keeping minorities from casting ballots. Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Attorney General Ken Paxton and multiple elections administrators are named in the suit. I'm Brian shook. Speaking of Texas Governor Greg Abbott. He is promising to eliminate all rapists. The Republican governor made that pledge as he defended the state's new law banning abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy, with no exceptions. Resulting from ancestor rape. A reporter asked Abbott why a woman should have to carry and give birth to a rapist baby. He replied that rape is a crime and said his administration will eliminate all rapist by aggressively going out and arresting them and prosecuting them and getting them off the streets. These comments were met with extreme backlash. Walt Disney World annual passes Go on Sale Today. The ticket window is officially open for.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Quake was felt in Mexico City, some 200 miles away. It knocked out power throughout Acapulco, and this morning. One person has reportedly died. A portion of highway 50 has reopened in South Lake Tahoe as residents return home highway 50 is still closed between Ice House And sawmill roads. Mandatory evacuations remain in place for Myers and Christmas Valley. The Kaldor fire is now 50% contained with nearly 217,000 acres burned. In other news this morning, Senator Robert Kennedy's widow is asking for parole to be denied. For Sirhan Sirhan give decays. Jack Cronin has this update. Sirhan Sirhan, who killed the senator and presidential candidate 53 years ago, received parole last month in San Diego. But the full parole board and the governor must still confirm his release before it becomes official. Ethel Kennedy sister family supports the decision to change his sense from the death penalty to life in prison. But she says Sirhan Sirhan should not be released of his widow, joining six of their Children in opposing parole after two of their sons spoke in favor of releasing their father's assassin during the hearing in no time Mesa Jack Ronan news 93.1 kfbk well this morning. It is not entirely clear how many Americans remain trapped in Afghanistan. However, if you Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Democrat from New York. The number is zero during a recent live interview with W S. Y R T TV at the New York State Fair. Senator Schumer said that all Americans who wanted to leave Afghanistan are out. It is our featured audio clip this hour heard a lot of the pull out of Afghanistan would have gone somewhat totally,.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm Michel Crozier live from the 24 hour. News from Robert Kennedy's wife says his killers should not be set free. Ethel Kennedy says her family in the country suffered an unspeakable loss due to the inhumanity of one man, Sirhan Sirhan Sirhan assassinated Robert Kennedy in June of 68 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Last month, The two person panel recommended parole for the 77 year old L. A County D A. Gascon chose not to oppose the parole in at least two members of the Kennedy family support Sirhan's release. Ethel Kennedy, who's now 93 says her husband wanted to end the war in Vietnam and bring people together to build a better stronger country. Steve Gregory King of High News, Magnitude seven earthquake has hit Southern Mexico The U. S Geological Survey says the quake hit just before seven o'clock this evening about three hours ago near Acapulco on the West Coast. Officials say several buildings shook because of the quake, but there doesn't appear to be any major damage. I only felt more than 200 miles away in Mexico City, the operator of California's power greatest issue to flex alert because of higher than normal temperatures in the high demand for electricity. Calista was asking people to reduce their energy use tomorrow between four PM and nine PM The LAPD says it's looking for women who may have been sexually assaulted by a man who claimed to be a personal trainer. The anti Williams was arrested Sunday. Detectives say he also worked as a masseuse and security guard. The LAPD says Williams is black 30 years old. Six FT. Two black hair, brown eyes 13 Americans. Flags in the Marine Corps flag placed on a freeway overpass from Riverside, in honor of the U. S Service members recently killed in Afghanistan have been vandalized. Damage was reported to police yesterday. Flags over the 91 have been Removed and been turned over to local Boy Scout troop for proper disposal. A former flight attendant will soon wrap up a unique tribute to the for the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. Paul Veneto is a retired United Airlines flight attendant and says he wanted to do something to let the families of the crew members lost on 9 11 know how courageous their loved ones were that day. That's why he came up with police push. Panetta has been pushing a beverage card from Boston to ground zero for the last two weeks. He expects to arrive Saturday. The efforts focuses on the crew of the United Airlines flight 1 75. That was his regular route. But Veneta was off on September 11th when the plane crashed into the south tower of the World Trade Center. Jennifer Jones League a F I News. Check out a crash downtown. This is on the 1 10 th beyond. At third Street cleanup crews from an earlier crash, taking up the middle lanes there, watch for some slowing from the one on one. And in Pasadena. This is all the to 10 westbound after mountain. We have a crash and emergency crews taking up the right lanes there. Watch for some stopping traffic from the 1 34. Westminster. We have good news earlier crash on the 22 eastbound at Valley View has been cleared for Blaine's. Your Drive is recovering in that area K F I and this guy helps get you there. Faster on Bry Advance. Yeah, little hotter Next..
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Lasso is great. I mean, there's no there. It's just being widely 20 Emmy nominations. Is that right? 20 man? Oh, man, we're gonna watch the Emmys on your phone. Hell achieve more LAPD chief or says he's concerned about a recent spike in shootings. We did see 13 victims shot this past weekend, which was in comparison, uh, fairly consistent with what we saw the previous three weeks. The, uh It was more says most of the shootings happen in the areas of south l. A, he says. Despite the jump in shootings, overall, major crimes like homicides and assaults are trending down. He's his gang outreach officers and related programs have been impacted by cutbacks. The wife of Robert Kennedy says her husband's killer should not be granted parole. Ethel Kennedy, who's 93 says her husband wanted to bring people together and build a better, stronger community. Instead, her family and the country suffered an unspeakable loss due to the inhumanity of one man, Sirhan Sirhan assassinated. Excuse me, assassinated Robert candidate, the Ambassador Hotel in L. A in 1968. Last month, a two person panel recommended parole for the 77 year old Serhane governor Newsom will make the final decision. A magnitude seven earthquake has hit Southern Mexico. The U. S Geological Survey says that it happened just before seven o'clock this evening. This officials say several buildings shook because of the quake. There doesn't appear to be any major damage reported so far, and a woman from Chicago has been arrested for falsely claiming a bomb was on a flight she missed in Florida. She and her party showed up too late last night in Fort Lauderdale to get on board, so she went to fake bomb route. The plane was already rolling out to the runway. It returned to the gate. All the passengers got off and the plane was searched. Check a crash in Pasadena. To 10 Freeway. It's been with us for a little while. Westbound side just past mountain Street car went into the back of a big rig. They're they're still trying to clear that traffic jammed up from downtown Pasadena, where the 2 10 splits with the 1, 34 and all that south l A. We've got a crash there on the 1 10 Freeway North founded Vernon Avenue. The off ramp blocked their car went up the embankment. They're still they're still trying to hook it up and get it out of there. It's a big distraction for you. And if you are looking to get through Burbank, we had this earlier problem. 1 34 westbound before point of Vista. That crash Looks like it has been cleared. So some good news there. KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Hurricane ida slamming into that front doesn't kill to the historic rainfall and flash flooding within fifty in the northeast alone including people trapped in their basement apartments filling with water and where they're still searching including two young college students. Who still have not been found the president tonight saying it is clear. Climate change is here at johnson from new york overseas tonight. Four americans rescued from afghanistan. How they got out the state department. Now saying about one hundred americans still stranded. The taliban reportedly blocking commercial planes from leaving. And what we're now learning tonight about the new taliban government already authorites live in washington as this nation prepares to mark twenty years since nine eleven the alleged mastermind behind the attacks appearing in court guantanamo bay khalid sheikh mohammed kscm and four alleged co conspirators. What played out in court today. Terry moran reporting back here at home tonight. One week after texas enacted sweeping abortion law banning abortions in texas. After about six weeks tonight. Texas governor greg abbott now signing into law sweeping new voting law one of the most restrictive ever the tragic amusement park accident in colorado with six year old girl plunging one hundred ten feet on an underground ride the scene on boarded american airlines flight today the unruly passenger and what he was saying about the president and news tonight coming in from ethel kennedy the widow of rfk. Some of our children's split she's now weighing in on the possible parole of her husband's killer from abc. News world headquarters. And this is world news tonight with david. He'll good evening and it's great to be back with all of you at home after the labor day holiday and we begin tonight with millions of school children heading back and now the largest increase in kobe cases and children since the pandemic started in fact more than forty million americans now tested positive at of course concerns over that new variant. I seen in colombia. The mu variant. It is now being detected in the us and there are questions about how strong it is and whether it could get past the vaccine's tonight. The children nearly two hundred fifty two thousand cases reported in just the last week the biggest weekly increase. We've ever seen a quarter of all new cases in this country now in children and amid the battle over mask mandates schools having to close down already because of covert at least temporarily at least fourteen hundred schools now in thirty five states dr anthony voucher tonight on the crowds this labor day weekend saying. I don't think it's smart at what he's now saying about booster shots that third shot. Will it soon be part of this fight against the virus. The numbers here tonight. Seventy five percent of adults eighteen and older now have at least one dose of the vaccine. Abc's marcus more leading us off tonight from texas with millions of students going back to the classroom this week. Health officials are warning. Cova cases could skyrocket pediatric infections. Soaring to nearly two hundred fifty two thousand and just last week. The biggest increase ever. We're calling this the fourth way but it is certainly been by far.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"All things related that by defeating this recall voting overwhelmingly by voting note. On September 14th Newsome here addressing his ratings, Gavin Newsom has harmed working class people, business people, employers and inconvenience customers all over California. Others looking to take the governor's seat in Cala, Sacramento include businessman John Cox, Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer. Senator Ted Gains an assemblyman Kevin Kiley, It's for six on the KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Alright, thanks Joe and another family member, speaking out against a parole board recommendation that could free the man convicted of killing Robert F. Kennedy. Yet because Michael Laurie has details. Senators 93 year old widow is opposing parole for Sirhan Sirhan. Ethel Kennedy says the convicted assassins should not be let out. After a California state parole board recommended his release. Last month, Sirhan Sirhan shot and killed the New York Democratic senator in Los Angeles in 1968 Justice, Kennedy captured the California primary in his race for president. Some of Kennedy's grown Children have come out in support of parole, but many more opposes release. The parole recommendation is now in a 120 Day review period. After that, Governor Gavin Newsom must decide if he will accept, reject or modify the parole board's recommendation. Mike Laurie News 93.1. Kfbk. It's 407 now at KPK at 4 11. We'll talk about our poll question. Today, the end of the pandemic benefits. Is that a good thing or bad things that they continue on. Do you think? Have they ended too soon? Or I do you think it is about time that they ended? Or maybe you think they went too long? Who knows? You can pound 2 50 on your smartphone's open mic. And leave us a message. Just kind of keep it brief for so we can get as many people in his, uh, is possible. So that's coming up right now. This hour's top national stories on news 93.1 km became from ABC.
"ethel kennedy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Defense about stay at home orders rising crime homeless. And, of course, the hypocrisy of dining at the French laundry without a mask and then sending his kids to private school for in person Learning. Republican front runner Larry Elder Continue that line of attack on the cost of living exodus from California, saying as a black product of the inner city, LA and public schools, he can win Hispanic voters and the election. Newsom is counting on support from young female and union voters campaigning this weekend where he said elder and his supporters represent everything. California is not more than five. Million voters in the state have already cast their ballots in the recall election mail in ballots were sent to ever registered voter in the state. Robert F. Kennedy's widow, Ethel Kennedy says his assassin should not be set free. Saran Saran, who killed the senator and presidential candidate in 1968, received parole last month in San Diego. But the full parole board and the governor Must confirm his release before he would be released and under certain restrictions. Newsom has not indicated what he will do. RFK's widow joined six of their Children and opposing parole for Sirhan Sirhan after two of their son spoke in favor of releasing their father's assassin during that hearing that was held at the Donovan state prison, where Sirhan is serving out his sentence. The White House is urging lawmakers to consider a stopgap budget proposal to keep the government running through the end of the month. That's when the federal government's fiscal year ends and once again stopgap measures or short term extensions of current federal spending, while lawmakers haggle over a long term bill that they hope to pass and avoid what could happen if they don't On Wall Street. The Dow was down today 269 points. It's 3 33. Let's check out the freeways, Cocos real time traffic,.
It's back to court today for Kennedy cousin, Michael Skakel
"Cousin Michael Skakel. Prosecutors in Connecticut want a retrial in the 1975 killing of teenage neighbor Martha Moxley. It was in fact, 45 years ago today. That Moxley was killed in Greenwich. Skakel was convicted of murder, but the Connecticut state police are state court vacated the conviction two years ago. He is a nephew to Ethel Kennedy, the widow ofthe Roberts Kennedy. 6 38 big
Saoirse Kennedy Hill's Cause of Death Revealed
"There are new details today in Massachusetts on the summer death of Robert Kennedy's granddaughter sushi Kennedy hill died of an accidental mix of drugs found in her system when she was discovered unresponsive at the Kennedy compound on Cape Cod a death certificate obtained by The Boston Globe said there were anti depressants and opioids in our system when she was found August first at the home of a grand mother Ethel Kennedy the twenty two year old was about to begin her senior year at Boston College and had written while in high school about her struggles with
Robert Kennedy, Erin And Cape Cod discussed on First Morning News
"News another tragic deaths in the Kennedy family the twenty two year old grand daughter of Robert Kennedy has died at the family compound on Cape Cod correspondent Erin could Turkey has that story force here Sir Kennedy hill the twenty two year old granddaughter of Robert and Ethel Kennedy was found at the family compound on Cape Cod where authorities said they responded to a report of an unattended death at about two thirty in the afternoon on Thursday she had been taken to Cape Cod
Brazil, Costa Rica and Mexico discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The supreme court deals a setback today to public employee unions in a five four decision the court rules those unions cannot compel workers who don't join the union to pay them fees here's cbs's steve dorsey courts liberal justices worry about the consequences of the ruling justice elena kagan wrote quote public employee unions will lose a secure source of financial support but this ruling only applies to public sector unions like those of government employees local organized labor groups are calling an afternoon news conference to respond to this ruling we'll bring you that when it happens here on wbz wb abc news time twelve ten new order overnight from a federal judge in california it demands the government reunite all migrant children under the age of five with their parents within fourteen days it's also applies to children's separated from their parents as those families either come to the border seeking asylum or illegally cross the ruling also gives the government thirty days to reunite all migrant children over the age of five cbs's david bag no has more on this from the mexican border preliminary injunction issued in the southern district of california by us district judge dana sabra which says the government is blocked from carrying out any future family separations the order also says parents cannot be deported before being reunited with their children under the present system judge sabra rights migrant children are not being accounted for with the same efficiency and accuracy as property certainly that cannot satisfy the requirements of due process meantime a member of the kennedy family plans to take part in a hunger strike taking a stand against the trump administration's immigration policies ninetyyearold ethel kennedy says she's joining the fast which is running in total for twenty four days each person that takes part is asked to fast for twenty four hours and then make a donation to charity it's not clear which day that kennedy plans to fast wbz news time twelve twelve the story just coming into our newsroom joe jackson the patriarch of the jackson family has died spokesman for the family tells tmz he died last night in la at eighty nine years old jackson was the father of michael and janet jackson along with the other jackson brothers forming the jackson five again joe jackson dead at the age of eighty nine he had been battling terminal cancer over to sports now shocker today world cup play defending champions germany have been eliminated from play following a stunning defeat at the hands of south korea south koreans best in germany to nail sweden also beating mexico threes up later today switzerland faces costa rica serbia taking on brazil over to sports now with ben parker in the as hticket dot com sports studio during last night's game jackie bradley jr was hitting a buck eighty nine on the season now he's at a one ninety nine.