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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Shelter in place on Tuesday, while law enforcement searched for the suspect involved in a robbery at the Walkinshaw State Bank and a Carjacking and other incidents as well. He later crashed on I 94 near Golden Lake Road and took off running. Police had been searching for him, telling people to call 911 and lock their doors today. Police say acting on a tip officers arrested the suspect near Lake Delton. Alfonso Morales is dusting off his badge in preparation for a possible return as Milwaukee police chief nearly a year after the firing Police commission demoted him on Saturday morning, My client will return to the position of chief of police of the city market. This attorney Frank Campbell says. There's no settlement in sight with the city at least not before a court mandated deadline runs out this coming weekend. This Morella's really want the job back. He Believes that he will have an opportunity now to demonstrate that not only was the decision flood legally but from the point of view of public safety, that it was a bad decision. No further talks are scheduled. That doesn't say that something couldn't come out of the winds. But I'm not optimistic about that. Although the commission does meet today Jane Miller WTMJ News. Meanwhile, the Wauwatosa Police and Fire Commission expected to announce who will be the new Tosa police chief. Commission is going to announce that this afternoon among the candidates, the current acting chief at Milwaukee Milwaukee Bucks playoff coverage Now on WTMJ. Yeah, it's not expected to play in Game five of the Bucks Hawks Eastern Conference finals after hyper extending his knee in Game four with the series nodded at two games apiece. The box may have to protect Yannis from himself. Wtmj Brian D. How do you hold your injured Star player back when all he wants to do is be out there. Who was president of baseball operations. David Stern's empathizes with his Bucks counterparts stuff and you deal with it at different points throughout the season, and it's really tough in the playoffs, and I'm sure that's what the box are going through right now. Fortunate. Relieved. Everyone is that that it's not a serious injury and looking forward to hopefully getting back on the court this year. It will be fun to watch. Janice is doubtful for tonight's Game five coverage here on WTMJ starts at seven. The Bucks and Hawks again from Pfizer form Tonight We have Wisconsin's afternoon news broadcasting from the Dear District, starting at three p.m. Some big news coming from Washington today, the U. S. Supreme Court upholding a controversial voting restriction in Arizona victory for Arizona Republicans. The U. S. Supreme Court by a vote of 6 to 3 decided to state election restrictions do not meet the criteria for discrimination. Those restrictions, invalidate ballots cast in the wrong precinct and band campaigns or community groups from collecting ballots and then deliver. Moment of voters behalf. Justice, Alito said Neither law violates Section two of the Voting Rights Act in dissent, Justice, Kagan said. What is tragic here is that the court has yet again rewritten in order to weaken a statute that stands as a monument to America's greatness and protects against its basest impulses. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK Rescue efforts at the site of the partially collapsed condo building in South Florida have been halted for the time being out of concern about the stability of the remaining structure. This as President Biden Is in South Florida today. Sports Traffic and Weather Next setting Unlimited WTMJ news time 10 04 Dave.

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"fire commission" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"fire commission" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"Have created very modest exceptions to the atwells employment rule Of those exceptions is whether there is a dominant public policy that would be violated if the employer were allowed to terminate the employees. But that's a very very narrow exception when you hear all these discussions right now about police reform and the need to take arbitrators out of the equation and the employer should have the final decision as to whether a police officer corrections officer keeps their job. What those people are arguing for. Is that everybody who subject to those standards should be an at will employee that that a for example police chief should have the right to make a completely incorrect decision about firing an employee. A baseless decision a politically motivated decision. Whatever it might be and that decision should be appel. So when this north dakota case came down and i saw what the court held in the case i thought this would be a wonderful example to everybody of what life is like in the at will employment world. This is the case involving detective brandon pots and detective pots. Worked for the devil's lake. police department. Small police department in north dakota in february of two thousand and nineteen is employer. Fired him why it was july eighteenth incident where pots was attempting to arrest a subject and in the process there was a tussle and his service. Weapon a discharged. It's not clear whether he intentionally from pinon whether intentionally fired the weapon or whether it was an accidental discharge question that occurred in the course of arresting the suspect and a resist versus resistance to that arrest The bullets struck the suspect in the head. And the suspect died as a result When pots was fired for that incident. He sued devil's lake for wrongful termination. He's an employee. This is north dakota and so he's a legend. He doesn't have civil service either to answer that question. Our police commissioner fire commission doesn't have any of that stuff he's a pure at will employees and alleges that his termination in his lawsuit is against public policy..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"But that blizzard was something and you remember The next day after the blizzard, the temperatures plunged and McCormick Place burned down. Yeah, that's right. For Larry that's often forget. Yeah, suspiciously, too. It's almost brand new. Yeah, it was bring you. In fact, they made Titanic like statements about it saying this is this is fireproof. It'll never hurt afterwards and Fire Commission said Hey, if anything gets hot enough, it'll burn. And that was that was, uh, wasn't a big problem. For most people, of course, is a snow storm, which took took days to get to dig out, you know? No, that was here was weeks to get back to normal. I mean, I I remember reading about it. Hearing it on the other side. Like I grew up Michigan. We had the Tribune the sometimes and watch the coverage from Chicago to we. We had the same storm. Obviously, over there, Erica, Thanks so much. Stay warm. Thank you very much for having me on John. Always a pleasure. Always a pleasure to have you. We'll have you back soon. I'm sure Snow 23 inches of it is on the ground in the South suburban area this afternoon. That was the grand total as of nine this morning that included another 2.8 inches that fell during the early morning hours. Now that does sound like Frank Reynolds to me, John Dempsey. I think so. I think that is Frank. All right, Let's get an update at 6 33. What do you think is next for Donald Trump? I'm predicting a My mega trump tour coast to coast and big venues. Maybe even outdoor stadiums can pocket that money. My mega 2021 or my mega 2022 tour brought to you by My pillow. My mega my pillow. Our next guest thinks the same. Let's get into that straight ahead here on Double D. Ls that snow has already started to fall in Chicago. The winter storm warning In a fact, let's get right to the W LS. Weather Channel forecast snow tonight 100% Chance of snow tonight 3 to 5 inches this evening. And if the snow isn't bad enough, how about those winds? The winds could occasionally gust over 40 miles an hour tonight. Making travel extremely difficult. Then tomorrow light snow in the morning transitioning to more snow in the afternoon temperatures tomorrow, nearly steady in the low to mid thirties. But it's also going to be windy again tomorrow so we could have 5 to 8 inches before it is all over. Right now. We have flurries asleep at Midway Flurries at O'Hare. Like snow in Aurora. It's falling just about all over the Chicago area right now. 32 with Lake 33 at Midway 32 degrees officially at O'Hare with a wind chill of 20. When questions I dots, which will be a plowing the the expressways and the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation They are standing by the city has 280 salt spreaders ready to hit the arterial streets first. And then lakeshore drive before they attack the side Streets, some breaking news tonight, The Chicago Tribune is reporting that eight Mork cases of that highly contain just Corona virus variants. Have now been identified in Illinois. That means a total of nine cases of the variant. Have now been confirmed. In Illinois. All of them have been in Cook County, including in the city of Chicago. This variant was first found in the United Kingdom..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Have been some of the most inspiring moments I've ever had. Um, are there things that you look back at And regret regret, saying regret not pushing harder. Regret, not voting differently. Regret not engaging further. I think it's hard in this in these roles not to wish You were doing Maura or were more effective on a regular basis. Are there moments that stand out to you? What do you think? Oh, man. If I could go back and shift how I behaved at that time, I would Well, e think in terms of my own personal behavior of e one of the things they personally I'm not one of the biggest talkers on the council. You know, I generally, uh, the mindset I learn more by listening, um Personally, So I I I I feel good about the way I've interacted and have spoken about topics on the council during term. I 10 years so But I think in terms of going back, there are some issues where I think I probably should have been a little bit more vocal about like, especially like in the last few days, for example. I've gotten quite a few e mails and contacts about the selection of the new police chief, and people are very upset. They think that the oversight civilian oversight boards being Circumvented and they want to have all this vetting process on part of the board, and it's It's something that When you read the ordinance that was passed to create that work there isn't there isn't a mechanism for that kind of vetting process and I guess You know when we were taking up that topic, Um you know, I had questions to the back of my mind that like okay, love. What are people going to do when it's kind of a higher new police chief in there? Find out this the place on Fire Commission. That's as the selection process and there's really not a spell over role for the oversight board in this, you know, the selection of a new chief. In retrospect, given, especially given the contacts I'm getting for people are upset now. You know, maybe I should have spoken up more. If you had spoken up. What would you have said You know, I think I would have You know, probably pointed out horrible what the role of police and Fire Commission is under state law and the limitations. And that we have in terms of the oversight board is going to be able T accomplish or do because at a minimum, maybe That would have help develop a greater understanding What the limitations we're gonna be because I can fully understand why some people are upset now because I think Even perhaps There's uh, I believe that the oversight board was gonna have a greater rolled in and actually can't have Hmm. Maybe if we would have had Or thirdly discussed. You know the interactions between the police and Fire Commission and and oversight board and what we're limited T doing under state law. Maybe things would be going a little bit more smoothly now or early people have no guess affair. Understanding? Yeah, sits in play. I think that's such an interesting balance as an elected official, like when is it your job to inform the community of state statute and the kind of The reality of your jurisdiction. What the parameters of your role and and how that you know, is informed on What part of your job is to change those parameters? On Dwayne. You can put pressure and when you can't and how to how to be effective. Have you? Um, you know, in in examining kind of that moment in which you think folks would have Ben better equipped to have this conversation if they had more information. Do you see that as as your role when you When you exit? Do you think that you will, you know, be be highly vocal in the community in terms of making sure that that folks understand kind of the parameters and reality of the work you once did. E think I'll continue that because, like in my district, especially, um uh um Much of the my district. It's it's pretty new on and what is it will be adding nor to my district this month. The solution of the town of Blooming grove on areas north of the landfill area. For example, we're gonna be absorbing more of the time blooming grove in S O for from my district like one of the frustrations that people have had Is in terms of public safety services, Uh around fire and ambulance especially, you know, there was a lot of growth and it took forever. Tonto Station, 14 under Dr Phil for the Mass and Fire Department, and really, you know the staffing for that we would not have been able to do that. It's not for us under Tammy Baldwin and represent can because we were able to get some federal dollars and that enabled us to hire the firefighters. Well. In my distributor. You know, there are still parts of my district that serve ice Station five on country road. They're closer to the Carlin's. So if there's a medical emergency, I was able to work with full council members and get a paramedic on the fire engine for station 14 along medical supplies..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It really is a matter of life or death. Police and the FBI are on the scene of a shooting at the Mayfair Mall outside Milwaukee. Wauwatosa Mayor Dennis McBride says. There are multiple people injured, but the injuries do not appear to be life threatening. His teens. Uncle has a kiosk inside. My mom came to my room, running crying, telling him my uncle got shot. No more explanation than that. So I just ran as fast that came here. It appears the shooting took place on the north end of the mall near May scenes. No one's in custody. Witnesses tell w I s N t V. They heard what they believed to be 8 to 12 shots. Police will give an update on the situation at 5 45. Also in while we're toasted today, a police and Fire commission voted to dismiss the complaints against a police officer. Filed by the families of three men fatally shot by Officer Joseph MENSA. This includes complaints by the family of Alvin Cole meant a black police officer fatally shot the 17 year old outside the Mayfair Mall in February. Mental has been suspended but will resign from the department At the end of the month. There were more than 13,000 new coronavirus cases reported in Illinois today, as well as 126 additional death. Hospitalizations are also on the rise. Illinois public health director Doctor and Josias Ikea says there are more than 6000 covert patients list it across the state. October 28th. How long ago was that? That's like barely three weeks ago, we had 3000 So just think, 3000 over 6000 and just three weeks. That's the kind of trajectory we're seeing. So if you think there's some beds now, Yes, there's some beds now, But if we get that pays, how much longer will we have a bed? She says there are limited intensive care beds in the will County Kankakee area. Georgia has certified election results showing Democrat Joe Biden won the presidential race in the state Secretary of State Brad Rapids. Burger finalized the results today after a hand count of ballots affirm Biden's lead over President Trump in his first public appearance in a weak president Trump today, insisting he won the election and refused to concede. Chicago Alderman Ray Lopez has his Brighton Park office vandalized for the third time last night. Three Vandals air CNN security videos to throwing chunks of concrete through the windows of the office breaking glass. The alderman believes gangs are behind it. Aggravating.

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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Breaking News Center. I'm Kevin Wells. Why would Tosa police Officer Joseph MENSA, his resigning from the Police Department effective November 30th. According to the city and the Wauwatosa Common Council. The separation was approved on Tuesday. The city is now asking the police and Fire Commission to meet a soon as possible. In order to dismiss the charges is he will no longer be an employee of the city of Wauwatosa. The city is also adding There is not an emergency declaration or a curfew planned at this time, and that the Wisconsin National Guard will not be requested. As covert 19 deaths continue to surge in Wisconsin state lawmakers don't appear to be any closer to coming up with another legislative package to help Wisconsinites. It's been seven months since a bipartisan cove in 19 bill was passed in Madison, and on Tuesday, Governor Evers released 19 measures That he's hoping the Legislature would consider. We think that some of his ideas are certainly workable. Some are not Republican Assembly speaker Robin Vause the point of negotiations that we put out our best ideas. He puts out things that he supports, and we see where common ground could be found may be a tough part. Incoming Republican Senate President Chris Camp ago tells the Journal Sentinel. He's seen no legislation. He's excited about Eric Bill Stead. WTMJ News. The Kenosha Unified School District is officially moving to all virtual learning beginning on November 30th and running through January. 8. The Kenosha Teachers Union is also filing a class action grievance against the district, alleging that they have not done enough to keep people safe from the cove in 19 pandemic. The union also says the district has not issued or enforced adequate protocols while reporting 300 violations and concerns. This grievance has been signed by over 200 educators..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center. I'm Kevin Wells. Why would tells the police officer Joseph MENSA? Is resigning from the Police Department effective November 30th. According to the city and the Wauwatosa Common Council. Separation was approved on Tuesday. The city is now asking the police and Fire Commission to meet as soon as possible. In order to dismiss the charges is he will no longer be an employee of the city of Wauwatosa. The city is also adding there is not an emergency declaration or a curfew planned at this time, and that the Wisconsin National Guard will not be requested. It's called 19 Deaths continue to surge in Wisconsin State lawmakers don't appear to be any closer to coming up with another legislative package to help Wisconsinites. It's been seven months since a bipartisan cove in 19 bill was passed in Madison, and on Tuesday, Governor Evers released 19 measures. That he's hoping the Legislature would consider. We think that some of his ideas are certainly workable. Some are not Republican Assembly speaker Robin Boss. That's the point of negotiations that we put out our best ideas. He puts out things that he supports, and we see where common ground could be found. Baby, a tough part. Incoming Republican Senate president Chris Camp ago tells the Journal Sentinel. He see no legislation he's excited about. Eric Bill, said. WTMJ News. The Kenosha Unified School District is officially moving to all virtual learning beginning on November 30th and running through January. 8th. The commotion Teachers union is also filing a class action grievance against the district, alleging that they have not done enough to keep people safe from the cove in 19 pandemic. The union also says the district has not issued or enforced adequate protocols while reporting 300 violations and concerns. This agreement has been signed by over 200 educators, Wisconsin Health officials and local leaders remain optimistic that a covert vaccine will be ready by the end of 2020. But that doesn't mean it will be readily available for the public by then..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"707 Carl Spackler may say they have your stuff won't be coming down for a while yet, But Augusta officials disagreed. Brandy has more on the master's on hold in the rest of Indians. Boards at 7 15. While we tell us this police and fire commission has set December 16th as the day they will start their hearing of suspended Officer Joseph MENSA, and if MENSA will stay on the force after three on duty, fatal shootings and attorney for the commission says this is all part of the process that must be followed. Instead of rushing to make a decision. They're not allowed to do that. We must have a hearing affair here. Several dozen people gathered outside while we test the city hall, calling they have mentioned fired immediately show Alderman Aaron Perry, facing domestic abuse and intimidation. Charges of criminal complaint says the third term alderman got into a verbal confrontation with a woman inside his apartment building that during physical, the woman alleging Perry began yelling at her before grabbing her cell phone than throwing it to the ground. Perry facing misdemeanor abuse charges and a felony intimidation charge after the woman alleges he told her he couldn't be arrest. Because of its status as an alderman Perry telling the Journal Sentinel. He's innocent. He's due back in court. January 13th, a rare diamond with a price to match nickname is the spirit of the rose to one million. And with that little tap the extremely big, extremely rare purple pink diamond went to the highest bidder in Geneva 21 million Swiss francs that this is the record for after commission. The unnamed better ended up paying 26.6 million Swiss francs more than $28 million. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London 709 a WTMJ Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by citing unlimited It's sighting and a whole lot more online had citing unlimited com.

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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"J News time 707 bad on both sides of the ball. So it went for the Packers and the second For Sunday's loss to the Bank of Vikings. Brian D. Has most game reacting all things NFL in sports at 7 15 demonstrators in Wauwatosa over the weekend calling on a wall. It's just the police to fire Officer Joseph MENSA T. M. J. For Stephanie Haines has more. The whole point is that we don't want him on the force because he's already shown that he's not fit three times before MENSA has been involved in three deadly shootings on the job. MENSA has since been suspended from the force. A few weeks ago, an independent investigator recommended ments of the fired sighting. Ask for a potential fourth shooting in documents filed with Wauwatosa Police and Fire Commission attorney John Surmeli rights. MENSA is fit for duty, and that quote one simply cannot be disciplined for an act that has yet to occur. Doing so would plainly violate due process. MENSA was cleared of any wrongdoing in all three shootings. Another member of Milwaukee's firing Police Commission calls it quits Chief of Staff Tammy Majewski stepping down, citing the current climate, city Hall says she's also concerned with the direction the commission's going. She joins eggs. Creative director, Griselda already in Commissioner, Raymond Robot, Kowski. They resigned last week. One of the celebrities caught up in the varsity blues College admission scandal starts her prison sentence. ABC is Meghan to Rezian with more Lori Laughlin on lock down in federal prison. He in a one room one room with no other roommates, the former full House star just days into a two month sentence. For her involvement in diversity blue scandal, But her first two weeks behind bars will be spent in quarantine. Lachlan must also serve 100 hours of community service, 709 and W. T. M. J. Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by citing unlimited It's sighting in a whole lot more online at sighting unlimited dot com. Thomas, who wrote.

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"fire commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It is not a coincidence. That the Wauwatosa police and fire commissions investigator's report was released today. Why is this? Not a coincidence? Why do you think it's not a coincidence? The investigator knows the well you've got it and you've got a kind of a reverse. You've got a kind of envy you having a little bit in reverse there. They are using the release of this report. To provide the basis for the decision that The district attorney is going to bank Steve Biscuit because a former United States attorney was hired by the Fire and Police Commission to deal with the situation with regard to officer MENSA. Now, first of all, what a stress. He has nothing to do with whether or not you can say is going to be charged. The Fire and Police Commission can't charge anyone with anything. They are in charge of overseeing and hiring and firing the employees of the police and fire department. Misko pick was hired for the purpose of dealing with the case of Officer MENSA in terms of his continued employment with the city of Wauwatosa. The bus Cubic report that came out today said that MENSA was properly fired. And the pus. CU pick report went odd to go into the most detail that I have seen so far. On what happened in the shooting that occurred at Mayfair. By putting all of that out only hours before Chisholm makes his report. I think that there's undeniable coordination here in terms of what the planet is. In the report. Ehskoo pick described. And there's been this debate back and force that statements put out by the family statements put up by Kimberly Motley and so on about the nature of what happened with Alvin Cole and the gunshot. Invesco picks report he states That on the day in which the disturbance was occurring at Mayfair. And a number of officers had responded to the seed. That call pulled a gun out of his fanny pack, and then it accidentally went off striking him. No, The next point is critical. There have been many claims made. But at the time that he was shot, Alvin call was unarmed and that his weapon was not loaded. The Bioscope IC report discusses this And again Moscow picks had access to all of it. It videotapes in somewhat This is a very, very fine lied, but it's an important lied. Priscu picks, report claims That because when cool pulled the gun out of his fanny pack He actually by accident, discharged the weapon and struck himself. That there was no bullet in the gun. Now follow me on this. According to Basco picks report. The magazine was the catch from the gut. So the gun that he fired the bullet that he fired was the one that was in the chamber. Is a bullet in the chamber of the gun. The guys pulling the gun out of his fanny pack and Shoots himself. Because the magazine was not on the gun are not connected with the God at that precise moment. Would you say the gun is unloaded that the gun is not loaded. But Scoop IX report then says. Cole had no way of knowing this. Nor would the officer. In other words, How would anybody know whether or not there are additional bullets in the magazine and whether it at the magazine is ready to be fired? So the point that is made here. Biba Scoop. It is But the officer clearly had reason to believe that this is a loaded gun. Given the fact that guy I just fired the gut. Let's put ourselves in the other guy's shoes. Who wants to be the guy with the gun? You army? You're gonna be the guy with a gun. Imagine you pull out a gun. And you shoot it and I hear a shot. Hello, my to know whether or not you have any more bullets in your God, there's no way to know There is no way to know. But what? What do you what would I now? A superb What I what I would've soup is you have more than one bullet. That would be my thought process. Let's imagine I'm Driving somewhere and I have a gun in my car. And a guy walks up to me and fires a shot into my car. And I see him still has that gun now. Obviously, I don't know if he fired the only bullet that was in the gun. Did he have it fully loaded when he walked upon Edie have only one. But who does? But given the fact that the gun was fired once, and he still had the gun The assumption is the gun was loaded now that export Wise, call armed Unless we are going to Say that the English language doesn't mean with the English language means a guy holding a gun is armed. I'm gonna put the gun in my hand this time and not Paul's. Paul. Let's suppose I pull out my gun and I pointed at you. My armed How do you do if I got is loaded. You don't because it's armed. Does that mean carrying a loaded weapon armed means they're carrying arms. You have a firearm? That's what armed is. Add combining the fact that that gun was already fired. It is logical for some what I believe to believe that this is an individual that has more shots to fire. Here's the next part..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We and I understand it's easy to get lost in the weeds on this, but Ian is we've talked about before in Wisconsin law is clear that on the absentee ballots need to be received by 8 P.m. on the day the polls close that the law it's black letter law, That's what it says. A federal judge in Madison, who's been monkeying around with what he thinks the law should be for quite a while, had issued an order saying, Well, you know, because there's going to be because there's the pandemic, etcetera, etcetera. I'm going to give people an extra six days to vote by that. I mean, if the ballot is postmarked By November. 3rd. In this case, it can could be counted for up to six days afterwards. Now that is clearly not with law says now maybe the laws should be changed. I don't know that that's a whole different discussion, but the law says it has to be received. I don't think that that's an unreasonable situation because you do need some certainty, and I don't think it's unreasonable to say to somebody Hey, You know if you're going to vote, you have to do it either on election day or if you're going to do it in advance, you have to do it in such a timely enough fashion. So your ballot gets to the clerk's office by November, 3rd. In any event, the judge said, that didn't have to happen. The case was appealed to the U. S Court of Appeals for the seventh Circuit. They said No, we're not. We're not going to shut down the judge. Because we find that the people who are appealing a state Legislature doesn't have standing to rule on the case. But to appeal standing means you have an interest. You know, I am. For example, you have to have an interest to be a party to a lawsuit. If Eric Bill Stat has a bad experience with a car dealer. I can't sue that car dealer on behalf of Eric Bills that I don't have an interest in that Eric would have to sue him. So, the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals said, because of our interpretation of a state Supreme Court ruling. We don't think the Legislature can be a party to this. And since the governor and the attorney general didn't have an issue with it, they said, We don't think we can decide yesterday, the state Supreme Court said no. The Under state law the Legislature does have standing the Legislature can appeal so that puts the matter back in front of the court of Appeals for the seventh Circuit. They can decide the issue on the merits. That is kind of a big deal. Look, I don't know if the election is going to be close or not, but I do think the law needs to be followed in the lawn, Wisconsin says. You've got to get your ballot in by eight o'clock on election night. That to me is not unreasonable. Alright, It's 12 30 to let us go to the W. T. M. J breaking news Center and the aforementioned Eric Bills. Thank you, sir. The state of Wisconsin preparing to open its alternate care facility at State Fair Park because of a surge of covert 19 patients. In the state now, T M Z for news says The announcement is expected today at 1 30 during a media briefing with Governor Evers and the head of the Department of Health Services, that health care facility Could be up and running by midweek next week. More than 850. People are in the hospital right now across the state due to covert 19. That's an all time high for Wisconsin in independent investigator is recommending Wauwatosa City officials fire Joseph MENSA, the police officer who was shot and killed three people in the last five years, while in the line of duty Now, last February, menses shot and killed 17 year old Alvin Cole outside Mayfair Mall. Police say Cole had fired his handgun first now former U. S. Attorney, Stephen Biskupic looked into the most recent shooting at the request of the wallet, Toes of Police and Fire Commission. His report concludes that MENSA should be terminated because the risk of 1/4 shooting is too great. The report comes as the Milwaukee County prosecutors consider charges against Menzah. They expect to make that decision today. Public the VP debate is tonight, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris will square off the debate started ate. Our coverage begins at six with W tym Jay Knight is Scott Waris. And summer fest with the new building and they're going to build. Now they're going to construct a new play zone construction this month on a new northwestern mutual community park, which will replace the northwestern mutual Children stage currently They're near the north entrance. We expect to hear from Don Smiley. He will join Jeff Wagner next hour time for the.

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KMJ NOW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Barstow and Bullard at Auto Center Drive. It's smoky degrees in Fresno at Radio City, an 11 a.m.. Making presidential questions at a town hall. Good morning. One and all, I am Matt opts not live in the K. M. J newsroom President Trump Fields questions from undecided voters at a town hall event in Philadelphia. Here's Andrew Die number as the US nears 200,000 American lives, lost voters pressing President Trump on his administration's response. If you believe it's the president's responsibility to protect America Why would you downplay a pandemic that is known to disproportionately harm for low income families and minority communities? Well, I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways, I, uh, plated in terms of action, attempting to defend his handling of the pandemic. I'm a cheerleader for this nation. I'm the one that closed up our country. I close it up long before any of the experts thought I should and saved hundreds of thousands of lives. Kenosha, Wisconsin's fire chief says damage from the unrest over the police shooting of Jacob Blake has now topped $11 million chief told the police and Fire Commission yesterday. The record fire loss came in the days following the August 23rd shooting. 29 year old was left partially paralyzed after a police officer shot him seven times in the back. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has released its final report on those deadly Boeing 7 37 MAX aircraft crashes. The congressional report blames a horrific culmination of failures and multiple missed opportunities from both Boeing and the FAA during the design, development and certification process that could have prevented these tragedies, arguing, quote The fact that a compliant airplane suffered from two deadly crashes in less than five months is clear evidence that the current regulatory system is fundamentally flawed and needs to be repaired and quote and as delicate Terra ABC NEWS Washington Hurricane Sally has decreased to a category one storm is it continues to pound the Gulf Coast storms Max from sustained winds.

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Fire chief: Damage from Kenosha unrest tops $11 million

Ray Appleton

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Fire chief: Damage from Kenosha unrest tops $11 million

"Fire chief says damage from the unrest over the police shooting of Jacob Blake has now topped $11 million chief told the police and Fire Commission yesterday. The record fire loss came in the days following the August 23rd shooting. 29 year old was left partially paralyzed after a police officer shot him seven times in the back.

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WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"John the W I, A sport of control approved their covert 19 guidelines today. Now they're meeting included a presentation from Dr Tim McGuinn from UW Madison. Who says sports could help kids during this pandemic, Citing a recent study that shows some kids with some mental health issues are as high as 47%. That's the rate of moderate to severe. Depression in the kids with the poorest in comes the highest poverty rates. So this is showing us right now, like like the CDC is sending our most with kids are having most of these effects. The next decisions will be made at the school level is the W. Ay will allow them to move some or all of their fall seasons to the spring if they choose to a meeting to discuss the case around suspended Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph MENSA was scheduled for today. But the police Empire Commission ended up canceling it. They said it was due to a technical issue with the zoo meeting team J for Sean Gallagher. Recent Fire Commission agenda did show discussions on scheduling deadlines and discussion on complaints received on behalf of the families of J. Anderson and Alvin Cole. But none of that was discussed today. We can't hold valid meeting under the open meetings on when we're trying to join at 11 a.m. We're told that it was an invalid meeting I D and were denied access to the meeting. So nothing was discussed. The Tosa Police and Fire Commission plans on rescheduling that meeting next week. Meanwhile, protesters made their way to the home of Wauwatosa is mayor overnight this after Mayor Dennis McBride made an announcement that all protests must take place between the hours of noon and eight PM and would not be allowed on private property They showed up in his house after midnight. I am J four reports that no arrests citations were given last night coming up a push to have Biden and Harris in Milwaukee. W T M J News time. 403 new sponsored by citing unlimited sighting in a whole lot more online at sighting unlimited dot com Wake and see. 2020 in hindsight will be tempted to cancel it just to get even. But with all the things that 2020 did cancel, it has not and cannot seriously changed The weather..

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WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Over really important the rules to deal with this and help he's at his kid's high school. Athletics is a wonderful opportunity to do that. The W ay will allow schools two of their sports seasons to the spring if they choose, Gualberto says. Police and Fire Commission was scheduled to meet today to discuss the case involving suspended Officer Joseph Juice of MENSA. But that meeting did get cancelled. Team J. For Sean Gallagher has the details. There was a technical issue with Zoom meeting I d that was sent out. Apparently it was incorrect and when they made adjustments, they had to create a new one, and because of that, they felt they were in violation of the open meetings laws, so they feel like they need to reschedule this meeting. To make sure they do this correctly. Now. This special meeting was supposed to discuss possible action related to Officer Joseph MENSA meeting, though expected to be largely procedural discussing those next steps in the process from MENSA, the Tosa Police and Fire Commission plans to reschedule that meeting next week. Meanwhile, protesters made their way to the home of the Wauwatosa mayor overnight about 12 30 this morning. After Mayor Dennis McBride made an announcement that all protest must take place between the hours of noon eight and that they would not be allowed on private property. TM J four reports that no arrests or citations were given last night. Chicago Mayor Laurie Lifeline announcing new measures to protect citizens of Chicago last Sunday night on the Chicago's Magnificent Mile shopping area downtown, hundreds of people smashed windows. Stole money and merchandise from stores like that, explains one part of the new plan. A Chicago police department has created the Social Media task force a specialized 20 person. Unit within the Crime Prevention and Information Center focused.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"MENSA. Sir. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. I guess the first question I have for you, Joseph is how are you doing? And it changes right. I'm okay for now. I'm okay right now, Um, little mix right now. Ah, little bit of anger, frustration, a lot of confusion, but I'm hanging in there for now. When you say anger Why are you angry? I'm angry for several reasons. That anger comes from a lot of the confusions about what's been going on in this city involved. In my case, the lives are being spread The events recently, especially last night that that's what angers me is just A lot of it's happening for literally no reason suspension that has no answer. No reason for it. Just a lot of those things. What happened last night. Last night. There was a protest this protectionism protests going on all summer. Find them. Okay with them. Even if they're about me, it is what it is. Issue, Wass. I was having a small get together from my nephew They got came in town. He was out of town for a bit. A little event for some kids here, Father hear protesters. I had to come to my house. Father here. Officers had to pretty much shuttle. These chosen out of the house and out of the area away from the protesters. I just so happen to not be here as the protest was going on. I came back. I had explained to 456 year old Children why people are so mean to them. Why they were swearing at them, Um Chancing taunting screaming at them, and they had no clue that this is completely random. There. Here there at a party for kids. My nephew. And this is what the car This is what happened? I'm angry about that. You can come after me all you want, but these kids now that I have to explain to them what's going on? There's no need for that. There is no cause for that. How many people were there? Um Couple adults about half a dozen Children. Um, no, no, no. I mean the protesters, sir. The protesters about, I'd say about 100 protesters about 2030 cars. They were just in front of the house screaming at the Children. They were driving past the house honking their horns, and I've seen the video there. There's video. There's photos that I've seen, Um, driving past the house, talking their horns, screaming, taunting, asking for me to come out, and I wasn't even there. And it's funny, but not even funny. That's that's a poor choice of words. At the heart part. It was a six hour public listening session. They had a hard part. There was an individual that, for some reason is really admit that I confined him. Um, he's the same person that was driving around saying that I'm gonna drive around with my headlight out. Lobstermen's become tries me and it's just weird because I'm suspended and everyone knows that. So the fact that you think you can drive around looking for me you're going to drive around for a while. It's gonna be a very long time forever Back on patrol car. But he even had photos on his own Facebook page, where he's saying that I'm his worst nightmare all these different things. And then that same group Coming to my house. And doing this in front of Children. Do you think this is? I don't want to put words into your mouth. Do you think this is a form of terrorism? Again. I don't even know what to call it A this point. And it would be one thing if there was any kind of cause whatsoever from my actions, but I defended myself several times. Move it that I defended myself several times, and I could go on and on about, you know the different levels from the D. A's office U S attorney's office. The policy reviews and everything cannot find Go to call me a murderer. Without any conviction without any charges. And then to do something like this. I just again it's I'm angry and frustrated and confused. To recap. The police and Fire Commission voted unanimously a couple of weeks ago to suspend you with pay. This came after the Wauwatosa Common Council voted almost unanimously to recommend that you be fired. You are involved in three deadly shooting incidents. One in 2015 in which is suspect ran at you with a sword another in 2016. In which a suspect was reaching for a gun. As you said, you are totally cleared in both of those shootings. Multiple investigations cleared your name the third shooting at Mayfair Mall this past February. Involved a suspect who was brandishing a gun inside the mall at a giant fight that you were called to respond, Tio And in fact the suspect ran out of the mall. And shot at you. I don't want you to comment specifically on this case, because it's ongoing and I don't want Teo tape the investigation in any way, But it certainly looks to me as though that shooting itself was justified. I want to focus specifically on what appears to be the city of Wauwatosa does. Lack of due process in first trying to get you fired, then suspending you, and now it seems laying the groundwork for your firing. Given this lack of due process, do you believe That this is an injustice that is being so upon you. Absolutely and its again. A lot of confusion comes from I recently saw an interview with Kimberly Motley, where she said that I fired my gun about 19 time and just I'm sorry to interrupt. Kimberly Motley is theater knee for the Anderson family or all of the families. All three families. That's right. All three families, okay? That should give me an interview with on CBS 58 where she talks about how it's an anomaly that I've had this many shootings. Um No facts behind it. No statistical data behind it, And it's great because if you were to look at my department, other departments as well there several officers that have fired way more than those trying to deflect under them. But the issue is even with my own department. We have over half a dozen officers within these past five years that have gotten in several critical incidents and shootings. Come denominator and every single one of them is that the suspect was armed. My best friend..

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"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center. I'm Rusty Mellberg and embattled woman tells the police officers on suspension as calls for his firing remain by this motion officer. MENSA is a Ministry of Police suspended. Wauwatosa Police and Fire Commission is in unanimous agreement to suspend Officer Joseph MENSA who's been involved in three deadly shootings in the last five years. A family of one of the men killed J. Anderson filing a complaint against MENSA family attorney Kimberly Motley shown in complete and utter disregard for licenses. Defense attorney John Somali argues mentor isn't getting a fair shake After calls for his firing from the Common Council. Public Pronounce has certainly taken the ability of this board to act in an impartial adjudicatory fat Tony Braddock, Emily T. M. J News and Independent investigator will review the complaint filed against MENSA. A family of the 24 year old who drowned in the Milwaukee River Sunday, is remembering a son, brother and father. The Milwaukee County Medical examiner's office says 24 year old Avery Meeks junior fell into the river when he was holding a stick underneath the humbled Avenue bridge. His father, Avery, make senior tells team J for news. They assisted with the search over the next 48 hours. Until the body was found Tuesday. At different times, there would be 34 boats in the water two or three kayaks in the water. For Meeks, senior losing his son also means losing a chance to have them continue in the family business of being a barber, who grew up In the salon. I had a cheer waiting for him. So locket tutor him Mix Jr leaves behind a four year old daughter, The city of Milwaukee begins its mask mandate Today is more major retailers announced their own policies. Coals will require all customers where face covering starting Monday, while pick and saves and metro markets will require mass starting Wednesday. Incoming Marquette University student Ellen Angela tells team J. 40 years he supports wearing a mask. That's a sacrifice that maybe some of us have to make for sure. Elaine Roberts, who tested positive for covert 19 she would like to see a nationwide policy. We are going to be our ones straight schedule. One strict set of die alive, so we'd know was on Ly businesses face fines for not following Milwaukee's mask mandate Vice President Mike Pence, will make his second stop in as many months to the Badger State Tomorrow. Pence is scheduled to speak at ripping college director of Creative and Social Media Rick Dom tells w. T. M. J. It will be a private event. Expect people will show up in hopes of getting a glimpse of vice president but access to the location where he will be speaking will be a limited pence will also participate in a roundtable discussion in Onalaska afterwards. It won't just be pictures of the Brewers. Human fans filling spots A Miller Park this season, the team announcing they are accepting pictures of pets that will make up the pets in the park cut out section, which will cost $50 with proceeds going to the Brewers Community Foundation and the Wisconsin Humane Society of the Five day forecast the rain showers coming to an end overnight tonight after 123 the rain fell across most of the area, you wake up Thursday..

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WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"fire commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Up to two inches. Heavy rain at times alot of 66 Tomorrow. Partly cloudy high of 82 CBS News UPDATE. The Houston Independent School district has announced its plans for the fall semester. Interim superintendent granted that Lathan is delaying the start of classes for two weeks. But she says, parents get up to have their Children do online learning for the for months or even the whole school year. I need our Children to be safe. But I need the adults that are charged with serving those Children. I need them to be feel comfortable coming to work. And I want everyone in our district to be successful WWL radios, Dave Cohen says. In Louisiana, the Corona virus, says teachers in no rush to get back his grave concern for returning back to school. Union President Larry Carter says 58% of those surveyed Did not feel comfortable with schools re opening on time next month. Teachers at school employees want to, but they want to do it and the man of the faith it all comes as the U. S. It's about 137,000 deaths. CBS News Update A math Piper M J News time for 32 from the W T. M J Breaking News Center. A meeting between the Wauwatosa Police and Fire Commission is underway regarding charges brought forth against police officer Joseph MENSA, who's been involved in three deadly shootings in the last five years. See M J Force Ben Jordan's in Tosa. Thousands of protesters have gathered outside of City Hall with the plans of going inside the Police and Fire Commission case against Officer MENSA. Those protesters have since left. Many of them have gone back to their cars. After learning this Police and Fire Commission meeting is being held 100% virtually Mayor says public comment wouldn't have been allowed anyway to allow Officer MENSA due process Officer Mental was cleared in two previous shootings. The third is still under review are learning more about the man who drowned in the Milwaukee River over the weekend. 24 year old Avery Meeks was visiting Caesar's park with his girlfriend last Sunday when they ended up with the Humbled Avenue Bridge, he reported. He started swinging from a branch underneath the bridge, which snapped and sent him into the river below. The fire department says currents can swirl after heavy rainfall, which trapped Meeks under the water. His body was found last night in the same area where he went missing the victim's father, Every senior said his son didn't drink. Or do drugs. He says he was a student at M. E. T. C in Barber School. Alex Grow double M. J News. The Supreme Court's oldest justice is now out of the hospital. A Supreme Court spokesperson says 87 year old Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital and his home and doing well. Ginsburg was being treated for a possible infection. After experiencing fever and chills. Ginsberg has fun cancer and recovered from fractured ribs and other health issues over the years. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS, Washington Someday news time.

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