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AG William Barr spars with House Democrats over federal agents in Portland

WBZ Afternoon News

01:06 min | Last week

AG William Barr spars with House Democrats over federal agents in Portland

"Attorney General William Barr delivered a full throated defense of federal officers response to protesters in Portland. Since when is it okay to try to burn down a federal court? Is that okay? Democrats accused bar of using federal officers to help the president look tough on crime President wants footage for his campaign is and you appear to be serving it up to him as ordered. In most of these cities, the protests had begun to wind down before you marched in and confront the protesters. George Boyd's death under the knee of a police officer sparked the protests. But the nation's top law enforcement officer These police are not the problem Bar also defending the decision to clear Lafayette Square of protesters on June 1st Lafayette Square, of course, right in front of the White House. It is a fact that the park police reported and I saw myself projectiles being thrown. From that crowd, so I did not consider them peace away. And in a different hearing today, the acting chief of the U. S. Park police, Gregory Monahan, told a different house panel. His out. Officers acted with what he calls tremendous restraint moving those journalists and those

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"george boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:41 min | Last week

"george boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ignoring George Boyd's death? But he's saying that it's his job as somebody that's in the public eye to have those questions. Answer to have this conversation's with people and, you know he's been all over social media with his friend that since childhood who was a police officer, saying, he's one of the good ones and there are others like him, But just the great majority. He's a great guy, and he's a great police officer. He does. The right thing doesn't mean we should ignore the guys that are doing the wrong thing, because it's unpleasant, uncomfortable the last few weeks. Are we ignoring bad cops? No. But for how many years were they ignored? Not many, because for many years, cops are the ones who arrest bad cops goes on all the time. But today, today's cops are the best. The best trained the best equipped And the most sensitive They go through all this stuff, and so now is the least important time to protest police brutality in the 50 60 70 and eighties. Absolutely. I knew it. I saw it. But not to the nineties because you know Rodney King Rodney King, whether those cops are prosecuted and they went to jail. They were soon lot of stuff That happened, though, that you know, But today you would agree. Today's the best policing we've ever had in this country as faras accountability as Faras criticisms, lawsuits and training, it is right today, and this is the moment they choose to protest. The very few cops to make mistakes when the conversation when those who say let's have the conversation normally means listen to what I have to say and shut up. It doesn't mean let's have a conversation. It means you're wrong. And so a mere Garrett. I've never met him. I think you have is a good guy, And he's complaining about police brutality that all of us agree is wrong and that we all agreed that few cops are doing this. I think there's not a system of racism implemented by black police chiefs. I don't think so. And so now is the worst time to protest something that's largely been solved. You still have to protest those people that are that small few because it's unacceptable. Fundamentally, isn't that going on? That's what we're doing and that what they're doing there? I don't know how long we agree with the outcomes. No one's on the other side of America. No one is saying That we're in favorable, please. We're in favor of white supremacist. But this goes back to my original point, which is people are saying that he should shut up and I don't think that's fair because that's AH, That's a guy that's had personal experience with the Some of that systematic gloat. Police brutality, profiling and as a as a young man. He was 16 years old. He was a kid. I was in New York, but City was in. He was in California. Isn't it happens? Mistakes Ares top seven or a 1,000,000,000 contacts a day. Lise off, and we always find 5 10 15 calling 103 104 but there's not systemic racism. In large city Police department's run by liberal Democrats. Individual acts misconduct. Absolutely, but not the whole system is not set up for that purpose that is yelling at you, but I gotta take a break segment. Get me out of the report. William in honor of her weight, rainy Wednesday here in the Tri state and the Reds back on the radio. No believe you scoff at three o'clock. There we leave you with the immortal words of the stupid report. The little fella's gonna talk. He's got his mouth open. Is talking about Jerry Jeff Walker all of a sudden. Let's continue with more 700 W. Auto Like I said to you on the phone today. Others. A lot of people are always talking about corruption in politics and this and that the.

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 3 weeks ago

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"And so if there comes more comfortable in a distance learning environment, then they obviously need to have that that choice. But the governor of South Carolina says in person schooling will be mandatory. In his state Coben Nineteens infected a governor Kevin State of Oklahoma tested positive, but he says it feels just like a cold. He's quarantining at home. Disney's reopened all of its Orlando theme parks, Epcot and Hollywood Studios open their doors to visitors today in Minneapolis, a lawsuit filed against the city for George Floyd's death. And police body Cam video is released in the minutes before his death. Floyd pleads with the officers saying I'm not a bad guy. A few minutes later, Floyd occasionally says I can't breathe. Before he goes. Still, George Boyd's family is suing the city of Minneapolis. It was any of the entire Minneapolis Police Department attorney Benjamin Crump's I met Donahue. Stocks were higher today triple digit gains. This is AP News. The nation's industrial production numbers have gone higher. The Federal Reserve says industrial production increased about 5.5% last month. That was the second straight monthly gain and better than what economists had forecasted. But it was still nearly 11% below the February level. However, the rebound in industrial production may not last A resurgence in Kobe. 19 cases has forced many southern and Western governors to pause or reverse the economic reopening of their states. Mike Hemp in Washington. President Trump's announcing a rollback of environmental laws dating back to the Nixon era, he says that they stifle infrastructure projects. The law is credited with ensuring decades of scrutiny of major projects. The president went to Atlanta at a UPS facility to announce the changes. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News MINUTE California's reporting a big spike today in Corona virus cases 11,002 infections recorded yesterday with 140 deaths. Los Angeles County health director's calling it alarming. Texas and Florida also had more than 10,000 cases each in a single day. Oklahoma's Republican governor, Kevin Stead, announces he has the Corona virus just kind of feels like you like a Maybe a start of a little cold is what it feels like right now, but really, I feel You'll find, he says his family all tested negative state was quick to reopen his state and won't mandate a mask masks are becoming mandatory. In Alabama. Some health experts say they're concerned by a change in Cove in 19 reporting hospital data will now be collected by a private technology firm rather than the federal government. Disney is announcing all of its parks are now open again. As of today, I'm Jackie Quinn. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news.

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Trump says more white people than black people killed by police

Doug Stephan

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump says more white people than black people killed by police

"Pull. In an interview Tuesday, President Trump appeared annoyed at a question about the shooting of unarmed black citizens by some police or from bomb Constantini president bristling at the question asked of him by a CBS News correspondent, You said George Boyd's death was a terrible thing. Terrible. Why are African Americans still dying at the hands of law enforcement in this country? So are white people. Some are white people. What a terrible question to ask. So are white people, more people by the way, more white

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Fourth of July: Trump vows to defeat 'radical left' in Independence Day speech

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | Last month

Fourth of July: Trump vows to defeat 'radical left' in Independence Day speech

"VP Joe but and delivered remarks for Independence Day of this year. Fox's Jackie Heinrich reports President Trump at Mount Rushmore warning against the merciless campaign from the radical left intent on wiping out history, indoctrinating Children and ending America in pursuit of totalitarian fascism. He really Against cancel culture and left wing bias and portrayed himself as the leader who would deliver the country from that threat. Biden's message evoked a different tone discussing the unrest stemming from George Boyd's death as one of many challenges the country has faced in the 200 year battle against systemic racism. Biting continues to lead President Trump in the latest polls, the Washington

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George Floyd's Brother testifies on Capitol Hill

AP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last month

George Floyd's Brother testifies on Capitol Hill

"George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain villainy's Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem abilities Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:05 min | Last month

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain felonies Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes they make law enforcement the solution and not the problem in Philly's Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another face on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after coronavirus re openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits for workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm at Donahue within eighteen news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double A.'s football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming first pet presidential.

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:58 min | Last month

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"Eighteen new I'm at Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain felonies Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem in Philly's Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another face on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after coronavirus re openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm a Donahue within eighteen news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the work outs would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp a tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue thank.

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Newspaper publisher resigns after printing racist cartoon

Radio From Hell

00:49 sec | Last month

Newspaper publisher resigns after printing racist cartoon

"Well who says nobody reads newspapers anymore the publisher of a family owned Missouri newspaper has resigned after publishing a racist syndicated cartoon depicting a black man stealing a white woman's purse while Hale healing funding cuts to the police bill Miller senior on Thursday said he has stepped down as publisher of The Washington Missourian but it's he's still the paper's owner the cartoon published Wednesday shows the white woman asking for somebody to call nine one one but the mask black man says good luck with that lady we de funded the police the cartoon published Wednesday hello I. that see the cartoon was published amid protests across the country of course and George Boyd yeah who says nobody reads newspapers

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:59 min | Last month

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm at Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain villainy's Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem abilities Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another face on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after corona virus re openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spent billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm at Donahue within eighteen news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the work outs would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue thank.

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:57 min | Last month

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"New I'm at Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain felonies Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem abilities Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another face on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after coronavirus re openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings are banned until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm a Donahue within eight P. news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue.

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"At Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain villainy's Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem Billy's voice says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another face on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after coronavirus re openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution out she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is APNews in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm a Donahue within eighteen news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars for the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue thank.

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Protesters March To ‘Defund Police’ In Boston

Jay Talking

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Protesters March To ‘Defund Police’ In Boston

"Hundreds hundreds of of people people rallied rallied in in Boston Boston calling calling for for a a ten ten percent percent cut cut in in the the police police budget budget that that money money reallocated reallocated to to youth youth jobs jobs programs programs here's WBZ TV's Michael across protesters March from Nubian square in Roxbury to city hall plaza calling for cuts to the police budget and we're here today to demand that Marty Wilson the city council to fund the police force by at least ten percent protesters would like to see the money go toward other city services and so basically what we think is that we should take those funds and be divested from the police and reinvest them into things like jobs like this on the C. about this assessment program on the country calling from budget cuts to police department in the wake of George Boyd's death having the budget just cutting the budget doesn't solve anything cutting the project budget doesn't deal with racism cutting the budget doesn't deal with systemic issues that doesn't resolve anything mayor Marty Walsh says he's looking at police funding as they reworked the city's budget this week don't get into specifics I will I will address that Walsh was set to meet with police Wednesday he's also looking to work with the city council to possibly re allocate funds the police department because he has to involve and address these issues and I think that in light of Mr Floyd's murder I think it really puts a real urgency to have even a deeper look at our practices and how we handle ourselves mayor Walsh says there will not be any layoffs in the police department or any other department in the city because of the city's a budget shortfall this year because of the corona virus

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"New I'm at Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain felonies Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem abilities Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after corona virus three openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm a Donahue within eighteen news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp a tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I made Donahue.

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"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"At Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain felonies Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes they make law enforcement the solution and not the problem abilities Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after coronavirus re openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution out she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is APNews in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I'm at Donahue within eight P. news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue.

Donny George Boyd
"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:28 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"In policing act the bill put together following George Boyd's death in police custody in Minneapolis is that what a black man's work twenty dollars this is twenty twenty enough is enough the people marching in the streets I tell you enough is enough feelings Floyd urge lawmakers to stop the pain so his brother wouldn't be just another face on a T. shirt another name on a list that keeps growing Ohio Republican Jim Jordan says Americans know it's time for real discussion about police reform just what else they understand they know it is pure insanity to defund the police it's a catch all term for re imagining law enforcement the police chief in Minneapolis but Daria R. N. Dando says he is withdrawing from contract talks with the police union I plan to bring in subject matter experience and advisors to conduct a thorough review of how the contract can be restructured to provide greater community transparency and more flexibility for true reform but she promised new research and strategies to spot in intervene with problem officers a central California sheriff's deputy has been wounded after someone opened fire on a police station the motive was not known the deputy was reported to be in serious but stable condition in California the search for the gunman continues a man who served decades in prison for the killing of a Richmond police officer and whose parole grant sparked it's still ongoing investigation by Virginia's government watchdog agency has been released from prison Ford says it expects to have its US factories humming at pre corona virus levels by July sixth this is ABC news a warning not to let down your guard from the corona virus Dr Anthony Fauci the government's top infectious disease expert tells ABC's Good Morning America that re opening doesn't mean going back to the way things work before the pandemic when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she adds that researchers seem to be making progress on finding a vaccine we are in good shape and that happens we could have a vaccine by the by the end of this calendar year or in the first few months of twenty twenty one he also says the World Health Organization realized it was wrong and had to back off in saying a symptomatic spread of the corona virus is rare item acquired a forty several loud foreign parents into Ukraine to collect babies born to surrogate mothers and stranded there because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue APNews APNews I'm Jackie Quinn president trump today met with African American supporters at the White House for discussion about the nation's racial unrest it was announced that he'll hold an in person rally in Tulsa on June nineteenth which is a day that marks the end of slavery in the United States what about the idea proposed about taking Confederate generals names off of army bases forts Bragg banning hood some of the army's biggest installations all along those named after Confederate officers but at the White House my administration will not even consider the remaining of these magnificent and fabled military installations press secretary Kaylee McEntee me reading a statement from the president retired army Major General Paul Eaton says the instead of pushing the nation away from institutionalized racism the president believes America should cling to it Sager make ani Washington the president's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow I don't believe this systemic racism in the US he says he believes a strong economy will bring a quality George Floyd's brother spoke to a house committee today urging federal laws to reform policing maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain buffalo new York's mayor announced that he's replacing the police emergency response team with the new public protection unit that's after a seventy five year old protester was pushed to the side walk smacking his head infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says he has to correct what world health officials said about the spread of the new coronavirus by none symptomatic carriers we know from epidemiological studies that they cherish and transmit just someone who is unaffected even when they're without symptoms relatives say the two bodies I'm covered in rural Idaho are those of a missing boy and girl whose mother is charged with child abandonment this is ABC news a movie classic is being deleted from a streaming play list H. B. O. Max says it is temporarily removed gone with the wind from the streaming library the network says it's doing so to add historical context to the nineteen thirty nine film the movie starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh has long been criticized for romanticizing slavery and the civil war era south the move comes after director John Ridley urged Warner media which owns HBO Max to remove the film because it glosses over the issues of the confederacy and slavery I'm Oscar wells Gabriel government data show that the trump administration's awarded energy companies hundreds of brakes on payments for oil and gas extraction from U. S. lands and the Gulf of Mexico fuel prices had slumped during the corona virus pandemic Jackie Quinn APNews the CEO of crossfit is stepping down after insensitive comments about George Floyd cost hundreds of affiliated gyms to cut ties with the company the founder and CEO of crossfit was reportedly caught as zoom call that was posted by buzzfeed in which he told some crossfit affiliates we're not mourning for George Floyd I don't think me or any of my staff are if you hours later Greg Glassman made a glib response on Twitter to a post by the institute for health metrics and evaluation which said racism is a public health issue glasses reply it's Floyd nineteen in a second tweet he criticized the group's quarantine model accusing it of attempting to model a solution to racism his tweet sparked a social media backlash and a wave of affiliated gyms cut ties with his company Reebok also dropped its affiliation with crossfit on the company's website Glassman said he would retire he had apologized for the tweets saying he had made a mistake and should be more sensitive but he denied being racist I'm Jennifer king corona virus update I made Donahue with an A. P. news minute in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he tested positive for the coronavirus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm at Donahue thank.

George Boyd Minneapolis
"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on AP News

"At Donny George Boyd's brother asked lawmakers on Capitol Hill in emotional testimony to ensure his brother didn't die in vain felonies Floyd says his brother started a movement with protesters around the world I wanted him on a joint and make the necessary changes that make law enforcement the solution and not the problem in Philly's Floyd says he saw the video from Minneapolis maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing Floyd appeared before the house Judiciary Committee and this is committee chair Jerrold Nadler millions of Americans now call out I can't breathe as a rallying cry in streets all across our country demanding a fundamental change in the culture of law enforcement and meaningful accountability for officers who commit misconduct today we answer their call the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations in an attempt to make reforms following George Floyd's death documents obtained by the AP show personal information of police officers in departments nationwide is being leaked online amid tense interactions at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci is worried about what happens after corona virus three openings when you open that doesn't mean that everything is okay and you just can just do whatever you want you still have to practice a degree of caution about she was on ABC's Good Morning America he says there's no evidence to suggest individuals with the virus but no signs of illness can't infect others the federal reserve says it will maintain low borrowing rates and forecasting no rate hike through twenty twenty two this is ABC news in Paris contract workers held a protest saying the corona virus is killing their jobs the flash mob style demonstration included about thirty people dressed in black simulating strangulation with that ties with some putting signs reading sentenced to death into a coffin from his government spends billions on temperate unemployment benefits the workers contract workers in the food catering and special events industry one also included all the restaurants and national borders all gradually reopening in France the vital tourism sector is expected to remain muted and making it even worse large gatherings a band until at least the end of the summer I'm Charles the last month Republican Utah gubernatorial candidate and former ambassador John huntsman says he has tested positive for the corona virus huntsman says he will isolate himself while he's energized campaign continues I'm a Donahue AP news corona virus update I met Donna you within eight P. news minute Major League Soccer returns to the field next month college football players may soon be back on the field the NC double aids football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan this week that would allow teams to hold up to twelve one padded slow speed workouts during the fourteen days before pre season practices began in August the workouts would be part of a twenty hour a week schedule that also would include weight training conditioning film study and meetings teams would be required to complete the normal twenty nine day preseason practice schedule before playing a game the division one council for approval is expected to vote on the plan next week I'm Mike Kemp at tennis players ranked outside the top five hundred in singles are outside the top one hundred seventy five in doubles are eligible for grants worth up to a thousand dollars from the international tennis federation to help deal with no matches because of the corona virus pandemic I'm a Donahue thank.

Donny George Boyd
Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

"A one million dollar bail has been set for a Minneapolis police officer charged with second degree murder in George Boyd's death former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman said almost nothing during an eleven minute hearing he appeared before Hennepin county judge on closed circuit television from Minnesota's maximum security prison in Oak Park heights a judge had raised his bond from half a million to one million when the second degree murder charge was added on Wednesday Chapman's attorney Eric Nelson didn't contest the increase bail and didn't address the substance of the charges George Floyd a handcuffed black man died may twenty fifth after twelve and a white police officer pressed his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after Floyd stop moving and pleading for air Jordans next appearance was scheduled for June twenty ninth I'm Jennifer king

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Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

"A one million dollar bail has been set for a Minneapolis police officer charged with second degree murder in George Boyd's death former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman said almost nothing during an eleven minute hearing he appeared before Hennepin county judge on closed circuit television from Minnesota's maximum security prison in Oak Park heights a judge had raised his bond from half a million to one million when the second degree murder charge was added on Wednesday Chapman's attorney Eric Nelson didn't contest the increase bail and didn't address the substance of the charges George Floyd a handcuffed black man died may twenty fifth after twelve and a white police officer pressed his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after Floyd stop moving and pleading for air Jordans next appearance was scheduled for June twenty ninth I'm Jennifer king

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Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

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Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Bond raised to $1M for officer charged in Floyd's death

"A one million dollar bail has been set for a Minneapolis police officer charged with second degree murder in George Boyd's death former Minneapolis police officer Derek Jarman said almost nothing during an eleven minute hearing he appeared before Hennepin county judge on closed circuit television from Minnesota's maximum security prison in Oak Park heights a judge had raised his bond from half a million to one million when the second degree murder charge was added on Wednesday Chapman's attorney Eric Nelson didn't contest the increase bail and didn't address the substance of the charges George Floyd a handcuffed black man died may twenty fifth after twelve and a white police officer pressed his knee into Floyd's neck for several minutes even after Floyd stop moving and pleading for air Jordans next appearance was scheduled for June twenty ninth I'm Jennifer king

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Texas GOP condemns George Floyd posts by some local leaders

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Texas GOP condemns George Floyd posts by some local leaders

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting five prominent Texas Republicans are being urged to resign after sharing inflammatory posts about the death of George Floyd there were calls for five state Texas Republican leaders to resign after sharing a series of racist and conspiracy theory posts about the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Friday governor Greg Abbott denounced the posts the death of George Boyd is a travesty and it is a real result of a criminal act and it should not be the subject of any of these conspiracy theories Floyd who died on Memorial Day after Minneapolis police officer put his knee on the hand cuffed Floyd's next will be laid to rest in Houston on Monday Floyd spent most of his life in Texas I might cross yep

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"george boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"George Boyd case will face a felony aiding and abetting charges Attorney General Keith Ellison says he's also upgrading the charge against former officer Derek Chauvin to second degree murder that means a suspect intended to kill the victim we gather all the facts that we could we review the criminal statutes we look the case law we consulted with each other and we arrived at these charges we believe that they are justified by the facts and the law of the other officers being charged or Thomas lane J. Alexander king and how to tell a lady can both help Chauvin restrain Floyd tell kept the crowd back as they pleaded with officers to loosen the restraints of Floyd could breed Ellison says he sees no reason the former officers will not be allowed to get a fair trial in Minneapolis San Antonio mayor Ron Nirenberg promising he wants more information about what happened to some journalists last night while covering a protest at the Alamo several media members reported being struck by wooden bullets fired by police Enberg says he's not okay with the reports and once more details police and they opened fire because a group of protesters were throwing bottles at them Austin's considering a curfew due to planned protests police chief Brian Manley says this weekend's protest may force the department's Hammond noted almost all demonstrations have been peaceful I with a corona virus numbers on the decline people are returning to the skies as Antonio international directories to science as the number of travelers is on the rise beginning of may we started to climb to the thousand mark and have hit above two thousand passenger enplanements per day here in the early days of June two airlines a legion and air Alaska have stop some flights but he's confident they will return it's expected to take three to five years for the airport to recover to the two thousand twenty levels the former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein testified today before the Senate Judiciary Committee about his handling of the trump Russia investigation this hearing is really looking at the origins of the Russia probe now keep but mind your that rod Rosenstein he was the number two at the department of justice here he brought in Robert Muller the special counsel.

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"george boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Call for a blackout in response to George Boyd's death and systemic racism and later looking back to the civil rights protests of the nineteen sixties and their connection to today my Wausau professor of politics at Princeton University joins us to discuss strategies and the effectiveness of nonviolent protest look at all of it I'm Alison Stewart don't you on the other side of the news live from NPR news I'm she Stevens a memorial service was held Tuesday for George Floyd the black Minneapolis man whose death triggered mass unrest against police brutality and racism Floyd's brother Terrence Floyd says he wants peace and justice this is my brother's six year old daughter I have a dog so this is my question yeah I don't know why I'm here while I'm standing one here because in my my my brother is going to have to live without him look at the tears from rocks this is why I'm here I'm still trying to fight I'm going to stand for my brother I'm gonna get justice for my brother four officers involved in Floyd's arrest on suspicion of trying to use a fake twenty dollar bill have been fired third degree murder charges are pending against Derek Charlotte the officer who knelt on pledges throat as he begged for help and passed out president trump is facing more criticism for visiting another religious site for what critics call a photo op details from NPR's Tom gjelten Mr president trump visited a shrine to Saint John Paul the second the late pope was a champion of religious freedom and the president's visit came just before he signed an executive order promoting that cause but to his it looks like a photo op at a time when the president faces criticism for being divisive the Catholic archbishop of Washington Wilton Gregory said he found it quote baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated the shrine is run by the knights of Columbus the president's surprise visit Monday evening to St John's Episcopal Church brought similar criticism from the episcopal bishop for Washington Marianne and your body Tom gjelten NPR news Washington president trump says Republicans are scouting alternative locations for the nominating convention after North Carolina governor Roy Cooper refused to sign off on a full scale event in Charlotte W. A. FE Steve Harrison reports the GOP and Cooper have been feuding over how many people North Carolina will allow inside Charlotte's spectrum center arena for the August RNC trump wants nineteen thousand people with no face coverings and no social distancing Cooper said that's quote very unlikely so we we cannot guarantee them that in August they can have a full arena but we want to continue discussions about a scaled down convention hours later the president weighed in on social media he says Cooper is still in shelter in place mode and that the GOP will look elsewhere a RNC official says the plan is to now celebrate the president's renomination in another city but hold the business side of the convention in Charlotte if possible for NPR news I'm Steve Harrison and Charlotte former vice president Joe Biden has swept seven states that held democratic presidential primaries on Tuesday Washington DC results are not in yet this is NPR news the Kansas Attorney General is asking the US Supreme Court to allow his state to implement a law that requires people to show proof of citizenship when they register to vote the move by Derek Schmidt comes months after an appeals court blocked the statute the lower court noted that more than thirty one thousand people were prevented from voting under the Kansas law although no more than sixty seven non citizens tried to register in the past nineteen years Alabama Arizona and Georgia have similar laws which critics are calling a voter suppression tactic the head of the world health organization's regional office for the Americas wants to keep working with the United States even after president trump pulled out of the WHL NPR's Jason Beaubien reports Clarissa Chen the head of the pan American Health Organization says that for more than a century the group has collaborated with US agencies to eradicate diseases vaccinate children and response to natural disasters in the hemisphere sixty percent of their budget comes from the U. S. the chances any cuts would force the organization to significantly contract its work and she hopes that can be avoided I am confident that together we will find a way to continue to work with the United States as we have for the past one hundred and eighteen years Latin America is now the new global epicenter of coronavirus transmission with Brazil Peru Chile and Mexico among the countries reporting the highest number of new cases each day Jason Beaubien NPR news stocks are higher on Asian markets US futures also higher.

George Boyd
"george boyd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"What happened to George Boyd is unacceptable and we really need to have a conversation about that as a country we will support our local businesses and we want to make sure that everybody's OK this morning a man who lives nearby said he believes the people who are looting we're not from the area because they were asking about certain buildings and they didn't know what they were in Hollywood John Baird KNX ten seventy newsradio can add that NBC is reporting at least five hundred eighty five arrests were made a record for the Hollywood division ritual Ferrell is the council member for the Hollywood area he tells can actually he thinks the police did a pretty good job trying to control all the violence we have to protect our neighborhoods and we have to protect the business owners often times I've said this a thousand times who put their life savings mortgaged their homes to open up a store and they're getting completely vandalized and rated it's not okay to say all they have insurance so it's just fine well no one knows that he says the police can only do so much about widespread lawlessness but says the police caught a lot of what he called the bad guys carpenters local union around in van Nuys right now helping business owners clean up and board up their businesses following all the looting Josh Raper is one of them he tells K. next the union got a call from at least the council president Marie Martinez asking for help and members showed up strong this morning we're here today the good in people are coming out there's a lot of people here with with rooms and and shovel shoveling up the glass and we're here correct in that thank you for the building the streets right now are covered with good what we what we hope that carried on through the night he says he's glad he and other carpenters can offer their expertise and contribute to the rebuilding efforts warning for those in Santa Monica and Beverly hills today the city of Santa Monica imposing a curfew starting at two o'clock this afternoon amid ongoing protests they will stay in effect until five thirty in the morning tomorrow meanwhile Beverly hills will have its city wide curfew in effect just like yesterday at one PM it will also continue until five thirty tomorrow morning the LAPD and FBI are collecting images and video footage from recent protests as evidence that they could be used to identify and prosecute those committing crimes but some critics are already raising concerns about the privacy of those whose images are swept up in crowdsourced videos from social media and police body cameras the head of the union that represents Los Angeles county's public defender says agencies could use facial recognition technology to gather and store profiles on those who protest peacefully freeway check coming up we told you earlier about the huge delays we were seeing on the northbound six oh five this is heading into a winner is the problem still there where do we stand with that right now Tom's on top of it in the traffic center will get more on that as we check your driving less than four minutes stay with us it's eleven eleven it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year sorry the party you wish to cancel the insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law in the name of the spinners the spinners for nineteen fifty four and incredibly are still active today although only one original member to their long careers they've had various it singles and albums especially during the sixties and seventies to avoid confusion with the UK group of the same name they sometimes go by the Detroit's manners or the Motown spinners name itself would start to be inspired by dancing Spanish was a car term referring to chrome Cadillac hubcaps Hey DD perks members in Washington DC now that we're slowly getting back to running make.

George Boyd
"george boyd" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"george boyd" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A third night of demonstrations turned violent over the death of George Floyd who died in police custody after a police officer was seen kneeling on his neck protesters breached a police precinct and set it on fire the operator seems to be increasing last night protesters were chanting the name of George Boyd there was looting businesses were set on fire including a police precinct this woman describing her anger at the treatment of black people in America is ridiculous early this morning president trump criticized the leadership of Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye the mayor responded Donald Trump knows nothing about the strength of Minneapolis we are strong as hell but many of the protesters say they want the officers involved in George Floyd's death arrested Steve Futterman CBS news the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio Philadelphia property owners can breathe a sigh of relief the mayor has withdrawn its request for a property tax increase to fund the school district this year K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the mayor credited higher than expected state funding for schools because of the revenue shortfall created by the covert nineteen stay at home order the mayor had proposed raising the school district portion of property taxes to avoid cuts in education spending but in a letter to council president Darrell Clarke he said higher state funding eliminates the need for it and mayors letter is a welcome letter Clark says there was no support for the increasing council were having their own economic down turn on a very personal level mayor Kenney says while the immediate problem is solved the district still faces the deficit over the next five years that will require the city and state to address I'm telling you that unless we fund education and get our kids to a point where they can be educated and be a great resource for for employment we will never move the needle on our poverty rate Pat Loeb KYW newsradio and all we're talking schools nearly a third of teachers nationwide are considered in the high risk age category for covert nineteen K. Y. W. Suzanne Monaghan reports it'll have a big impact on the way school is conducted in the fall there are many benefits in person instruction but schools are weighing that along with teacher health explains parenting and education expert Dr Karen a ronin there are definitely some far reaching concerns with how school is going to function what kind of construct does school server what are the benefits of students being in school as opposed to being at home but only in things many older teachers will retire obviously if their immuno compromised if they have pre existing conditions we're expecting budget cuts schools will have a completely different atmosphere and she expects some resistance to the new in school health guidelines you know some people just quite frankly won't submit it to the criteria whether they are faculty whether they're students and that would be you know under their parents curfew according to the national center.

"george boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"george boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And just because it's always better to get first-hand information on how this is doing. God George Boyd back on the phone. The other day. George Boyd KAI Ryssdal in Los Angeles. How are you? I'm good. How are you today? I'm well, thanks. You. Got a couple of minutes. Yeah. Sure. So we were there year ago that Columbus. Has it been since it's been very busy been very busy. You sound tired. It's been so busy. I think we're all we're all probably feeling a little bit. We're finally getting into place where we can catch our breath of yet. But from from about the time you left last year thing is just really kept booming forward. And so we had our busiest sales year ever, and I think we're more overtime and experienced maybe more challenges that we've had recently talked me through the challenges. Then I imagine, I mean, probably workforce is one of them, right? Yep. So workforce is certainly a big challenge. And as you're trying to as you're trying to find people to get in until you find the cruise that you need the number of heads that you need you wind up stretching your your current shift arrangements. And so we wound up with guys working long shifts and then adding days of the week and unfortunately, a lot of last year was more six days and five days and then more than if you instance. Seven days, that's a hard way to run. Did you find any of the trade brew highs? And we're has that impacted you at all. No, I wouldn't say that we've seen we haven't seen. Any slowdown has resulted if anything we've seen business much stronger. It's been interesting as our industry ran out of capacity during this last year. And it was generally that was kind of where we were that's actually hang on a minute, because that's quite something. Right. Running out of capacity is not a thing here about American manufacturing much anymore. That's right. It was, I think it caught everybody the suddenness of the growth and impacted ahead on the supply base on everybody surprise in terms of impact trade to God as the continued issues go on particularly with China customers that are more inclined now to think that the climate may be changing on trade as opposed to just whether Boeing through. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know if it's just a it's going to be just a short little storm. They'll, they'll keep their supply chain stretched. But if they realize this kind of an enormous, they'll start the resource stuff. And so we're certainly seeing are you re shoring. Yeah. Nafta and US MCA's at planning your plans at all. I mean let's get away from the from the China stuff, but, you know the, the North American trade talk to me about that. A lot of the product that we produce wines of going to simply plants in Mexico. And then brought back in the United States for sale. So, you know it's important for our customers for them to have a good supply chain that allows that to happen without much interference. We're certainly happy to see some of the improved America content requirements that were part of the new UCA, so imagine the congress will get it. But through so that we can get that back on track. Tired as you are. Are you hopeful and confident? Yeah. The remainder this year. Looks really good. And like I said it it's been nice as we turned into the new year we've been able to get some stuff done to get ourselves in a better position to take advantage of this increase volume of business. So, so we're tired, but we aren't weary right now we've got a good bit of the race left run. So we see continued straight through this year in the beginning of X year George boy junior, and his family run a foundry down in Columbus Georgia's called Golden's foundry machine company. Thanks for your time. We'll talk to you. Thank you..

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"george boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"george boyd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's just it's not a fair comparison at all so where's the money from the tax reform gonna go i it's going to go to reinvestment we we put over a million dollars every year the new equipment to keep our processes going goldens makes things that go into things if that makes any sense raw materials in intermediate products out y'all do be careful because they will be hot oh you could feel it from here and you can see hot glowing it's kind of easy to forget standing in front of that furnace with the noise and the heat and the grit that from this corner of southwest georgia ed and george boyd are trying to hang on in a global economy with recently a little bit of help i'm thinking of it now and i don't want to forget with with the caveat that you guys make steel right i mean make i i right where are you on the steel tariffs and all of that yeah so so the impact of that is to the immediate impact of it is still is our primary input right fries so are to whatever degree those tariff moved the move the price of steel where we're going to be are you feeling it yet we're seeing a little motion it's hard to quantify and hard to know if it's impacted by that directly but we've seen a little increase but it's about time that we start doing something to protect our domestic industries and so if you don't have the ability to make steel here you're losing a core industry that we need in our country we'd like to see those protections spread in a way that we've got a balanced fair trading platform with other countries he talked trade policy two thousand eighteen you're going to get some politics that's just the nature of the beast and the boy brothers are counting on the politics of this moment to help them compete in a global economy that has changed around them and around their slice of american manufacturing tomorrow episode three of manufacturing in america two thousand eighteen oh wait i know what those are those are those little markers that you peel back the string in the rapper and you peel off the paper sort of coding or whatever it is right after i it's like a.

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