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"greg fender" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"greg fender" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning top story the bottom of the hour man allegedly trying to break into a Dallas apple store was shot and killed by a security guard overnight okay are all these Allen's guy a joins us live from the Knox Henderson neighborhood of uptown with an update balance yeah Scott we just got an update from Dallas police they say that there is a construction crew they're doing some maintenance at the store over night someone they say at noticed that crew and so he tried to walk around to the back of the building to try to sneak in and break in are they say those security guard was working back there there was some kind of a scuffle and that security guard shot and killed the suspect nobody else was hurt the security guard which okay they've been talking to him he's actually retired Dallas police officer of the police about he been out here all night the man talking to that security guard they've been talking to the construction crew and they've got crime scene tape around the building as well they're trying to figure out exactly what led to the shooting in the the exact items that were there were associated with it and traffic is starting to pick up knocks here now and so people are still gonna notice that there are closed shops there crime scene tape around this area on knocks just west of seventy five live in uptown Dallas Allen sky newsradio to maybe K. rolled the six thirty two now UT Austin president Greg fenders is the target of a lawsuit filed by members of the sons of Confederate veterans for removing Confederate statues from campus Denver's address the students back in twenty seventeen after announcing that UT would move the Jefferson Davis statue role as an educational institution is to understand our history put it into context and teach it to our students through representation such as art and statues of veterans rights group claims of the removal of the statute violated their first amendment right to free speech that suit will be heard today by the fifth circuit court of appeals in New Orleans president trump is warning that he will quote totally destroy and obliterate the economy of Turkey if it does anything to the Kurds now that the president has announced a pullout of all US troops in northern Syria Turkey though isn't promising anything one way or another Turkey's president seemed ready for unilateral action get H. a medical the head to get we talked to the Americans he said we have made a decision let us we always say we like come suddenly one nice that's a major threat for Kurdish fighters who have full street to street against Islamic state with help from the U. S. they've been Washington's key allies in battle with with the U. S. Palash they believe they're being thrown to the wolves that's the B. B. C.'s or like Garin Massachusetts the latest to state the reported deaths linked to ease cigarettes WBZ reporter Michael across with more from Boston nineteen people in the U. S. have died from VB related illnesses including a woman in her sixties from western Massachusetts I.

"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Radio play LBJ on meritline this is a service of triple a counter tops president trump saying they'll be no more peace talks with the Taliban a day after the president cancel planned peace talks with the Taliban at camp David president trump explaining why any peace talks with the Taliban are unlikely to happen anytime soon far as I'm concerned that that they thought that that'd kill people in order to put themselves in a little better together standing position what they did that they killed twelve people what happened to be a great American soldier the president also reiterating that he'd like to see a complete withdrawal of U. S. troops from Afghanistan but he did not give a timetable as to when that would happen at the White House John decker fox news university of Texas president says no other student athletes have been improperly admitted this after a scandal were you T. men's tennis coach Michael center accepted a one hundred thousand dollar bribe to get a wealthy California's kid in fraudulently UT president Greg fender says in a letter today that since then they have examined the admission of over eight hundred student athletes over eighteen year period and found no other improper admissions process will strengthen vulnerabilities of the process because quote centers conduct was unthinkable in athletics and controls in place did not catch his subterfuge invest says they'll investigate any student athlete that drops out of their sport shortly after starting college ritual merece say newsradio kale BJ the capital area metropolitan planning organizations transportation policy board meets tonight I'll take up several items including adding the city of Austin Bergstrom spur steady at a cost of nine hundred and fifty thousand dollars this even old railroad line to the former Bergstrom airforce base can become a passenger line in trail to the airport they could.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Bach. we'll be doing this time one oh two good afternoon American life and this is a service of apple support imports breaking news in Austin police lieutenant has been arrested and is in Williamson County jail accused of sexual assault of a child forty seven year old lieutenant does to Lee was booked after the alleged assault last Thursday court documents show Lee faces a first degree felony the capital area metropolitan planning organizations transportation policy board meets today take up several items including adding the city of Austin Bergstrom spur study at a cost of nine hundred and fifty thousand dollars this even old railroad line to the former Bergstrom airforce base can become a passenger line and trail to the airport they could also prove a transportation demand management plan designed to change how you behave about getting around with five hundred thousand dollars for its implementation they'll also consider adding the city of Kyle as a non voting Campbell member Eric idle ready news ready okay LBJ UT president Greg fender said in a letter today since the admission scandal that implicated in men's tennis coach they examine the admission of over eight hundred student athletes over an eighteen year period and found no other improper admissions fender said the strength in the process and investigate any student athlete the drops out of their sport shortly after starting college Kaylee Jayne is signed one oh three looking at Austin's on time traffic you're dealing with slow traffic conditions on northbound I. thirty five from just pass water to Stastny and again from just password were to the decks southbound I. thirty five your Salona from dean keeping the old sore for crash cleared up FM nine sixty nine at Burlison.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KGO 810

"Consent. All right with your seventy five pages. You clicked I I agree. Yeah. That was written in such a way that you wouldn't even have understood what you're consenting to anyway. Right. Yeah. President Trump says he's looking forward to signing into law sweeping criminal Justice Bill supported by many conservative, and liberal advocacy groups the Bill will give judges more discretion when sentencing some drug offenders Busse prisoner rehabilitation efforts it's a year's long effort to get reform legislation passed that's been driven by concerns that the decades-old war on drugs had caused too many Americans to be jailed for non violent crimes under the Bill. Some Greg fenders sentenced to life under the three strikes law may be getting their federal prison sentences reduced to twenty five years. Boy, I'd like to look at those individual cases. I'm not sure I would agree with all of them. But we're going to talk to a reporter about this later. It's it's a it's a huge thing. It's bipartisan. I hope. It's good. I hope it's for the good of the country. Yeah, I'm looking for a deeper dive. But I will I will tell you this that life sentences. They're handing out for you know, and I realized drugs skill drugs ruin lives the rest of it. But the war on drugs has been a giant giant incredibly expensive failure people are still getting high. And and I just there's something had to be done the approach that was being taken just wasn't work. But anytime I hear somebody who got their third strike for blank. So you had you got convicted twice of felonies. And you're still doing something illegal out there. How many right? Yeah. I'm. President Trump is saying a wall will.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"His game. I'm a Facebook friend of his that's nice. Yeah. Posted this on thanksgiving. How g longhorns should be playing the aggies while with all due respect. I think you're a great state rep. None of a legislature business. I know you fund funding universe case, but their public schools, arguably they are. Yeah. I mean, if you wanted to make it. All right. Look, I agree with them. I think it's the right thing to do. No if they don't play what's the what's the punishment. Yeah. I mean, this is a by law. What? You should be played. Those two coaches are making their the highest price paid guys on the state Jeff by tenfold. Probably thirteen million a year combined. Yeah. Guaranteed for the next decade. But that's both your racist. That's not state money. They're state employees state employees, though. Yeah. Why doesn't someone introduced a Bill to cap the payment to those two men? I dare you. Near you. Listen, it's a noble deal now, but it's for John Sharp and Greg fenders to get together. It's for JIMBO Fisher and Tom Herman to get together. It's Christel Kante, whomever. The Aggie eighty is to get together. I wish it would happen. But it doesn't look like it's going to happen because are already out there. If they're going to say full years, the the Bill says that they'd have to play each other on either the fourth Thursday Friday or Saturday of November each year beginning in twenty twenty. All right. Yeah. Right. Go Lyle go, look, here's what do Texas drops Kansas and adds AM of good point. It's real simple. They're done end of story. Now, the aggies would say does that mean, we drop LSU at Texas. A sure go ahead take that deal. Well, I I like it's that outrageous because their state schools, I think it is hopefully just ceremonial. I don't know what you do to them if they dealt with is the the tweets are just they're nonstop now from d Trump. He's oh, yeah. All in on GM. He's in full flight, baby. Yeah. He is in full flight. He's gonna get them. They'll show them. What's he gonna do? You says he's gonna cut the subsidies for the electric car stuff. Right. By the way. In the sort of fascist ideal of government making jobs. All that would do is cost. More jobs. You go ahead and do it. I don't even know. Well, GM is getting praised. Again. The you're going to be successful in praises the CEO. If you do everything that's not like nineteen seventy five. That's that's would be Sears. So GM's CEO is getting praised. Because guess what they're doing? They're buying into autonomous. They're going to be like Ford, and that is a software company and not an assembly line. Come right? That's smart. That means fewer people more people equals the post office. Fewer people is better. Nimble and profitable is good. Bloated and unprofitable not. So good. No. But again, let me just say this. The workers get the shaft, the workers, usually get the shaft and everything. Because the CEOs whatever. I saw this today on one of the financial shows the pay for CEOs the disparity between CEO and workers largest it's ever been your CEO screws up you fire him and give him a big golden parachute. Then you get someone you pay search firm to find someone else when they get more money. So. Yeah. Cheering her there in the discussion. But the fact yeah, it is. I mean, that's reality. It's not Donald Trump and the giant government's business to fix that. Either. Correct. If the board members of GM don't wanna pay the CEO, though, she's getting widely praised for making decisions that are helping the company. Yeah. All models. I don't know. Why people don't want to accept the real all models should be efficient? That's the responsibility. Doesn't matter if it's a public school. Our General Motors all models should constantly be worked on to be efficient. She's making it more efficient. She is. And I wish I think he is. I think ego is walking him into a dumpster fire. That is not gonna work well for him at twenty twenty not that he had any he had. No right to be promising these jobs to begin with. It was of course. Ridiculous. Most sensible people know, it was ridiculous. But him fighting about this day hour after hour now is only making people. Remember, wait a minute. You promised. Well, he's trying to deliver to those people. What's he gonna do by the power of the executive branch? Do is going to force the GM hand he's trying to I don't think it will. But he's trying to. So we can come back. Jeff. Then can't come back later and say, listen, I tried I tried I tried it was evil corporation. What did he try trying to keep? What's he doing? What can he do? I'd like to know I want to hear him say something. Well, it cut off the subsidies today on that'll cost somebody else their job. That's all he could do exactly all he can do is just talk trash, and I think it's I think it's just. It's dumping it back on him. When he needs to let it go because it's calling attention to wait a minute. We believed you was there as early as February pro bragging as usual about all this stuff that was going to happen. And is now not happening. In fact, just the opposite is happening. What's he gonna do? He's going to lay out these these tweets right to his thirty eight percent of so. Yeah. Yeah. Look he's trying to help the worker. She's trying his best. It's their fault whose day. What's that? Who's the day in this one? They yeah. They is the bad guys to the president GM. They. Tweeting. So his thirty eight percent will say, yeah, he's trying to bring back jobs. He's trying to make America. Great again. Maybe they'll nothing really happens. It's just the sort of feeling stubborn. Like, he's angry getting God's good enough extended coverage all politicians do on both sides of the. Yeah. Well, she is doing the right thing by fixing a company that was bloated and stuck in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and now he's ripping her for doing. So so maybe I mean, if he wants to find if it's again, most of politics is not about policy or substance. It's about finding someone to hate. Maybe he's going to latch onto hating on her. Right. Jeff Ward and Ed Clements..

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"greg fender" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KTRH

"Now as promised when I say good morning to university of Texas alum and retired attorney Marc Polian. Mark good morning. How are you? I'm very well. Let's talk about this Facebook page that you've put together called stop the insanity at UT a one stop shop for campus. News and commentary that exposes the troubling trends at the flagship public university of the state has it always been as bad as bad as it is right now, or if things progressively gotten worse in terms of the liberalism there that prompted this page. It's gotten worse when I graduated from UT many years ago, nineteen eighty UT was a mainstream school. There wasn't a great deal of political bias. There wasn't all this political correctness in the curriculum. And I assumed that things had sort of remain the same, and that's the delusions that I think, unfortunately, a lot of people have and if you're not paying attention, you're not following what's going on. So I moved to California practice law for thirty years moved back to Texas in twenty twelve. When I got back living in Austin. We start paying attention. My son was at UT you start paying attention was going on. And you see that the university is is being transformed. And it's and it's by design trying to push it to the left to make it like, a UC Berkeley and moved out of California to get away from radical politics. And it's kind of astonished me to see this going on at the flagship university of the most conservative state in the country. So I started writing about it. I started complaining about it. And people thought that this was interesting out of state, but nobody was really paying attention to it in Texas. I think people have this focus on football and as long as the football team's doing? Well, they don't care about the rest of the school. So I finally decided well the way you get things done. These days is with a social media campaign. So I set up this Facebook page. And I'm really astonished at the reaction it's gotten will sign me up. You know, I was at UT and graduate graduated and was a graduate student before you were and I saw it happening with my professors. Of course, I was in journalism. So the liberal left was already hard at work. Not just on what they were teaching me in the classrooms, but what was happening in Austin, locally and issues and events that were taking place there, and it was being led by the liberal college, teaching assistance the grad students. Well, I you know, I understand living in Austin. The politics are going to be different. But the university of Texas you're not run by the Austin city council. It's you know, it's run by a border regions appointed by Republican governor it's funded by a Republican controlled legislature. So you wonder where did this agenda? Come from the diversity, the political correctness speech codes, the focus on identity politics that one-sided title nine hearings, the faculty quotas that kind of put in place, a political bias, the increasing move towards racial separatism. And a lot of it is inspired by the current UT. President Greg Findus who is a graduate of the university of California at Berkeley. And who taught there for twenty years is literally trying to turn the forty acres that we love at the university of Texas into burnt on orange and knock off of UC Berkeley. And it's an outrage, and I think if you t- alumni get together, and we let our elected. Officials know that we do not approve of this. We can stop it. That's what I was gonna ask you as we wrap this up Marcus is what can be done about this. You get a lot of people venting on Facebook. We all bent on Facebook and on Twitter, and so on and so forth. But there is an actual goal here in game, which is to reach out to the elected officials, and and and have them manage the university. Well, I just put this Facebook page up about three weeks ago, and I'm already got three hundred followers, and I'm shooting for a thousand and when we hit that thousand follower, Mark. That's when I in fan to start spamming or encouraging my followers to spam. The governor's office their state legislature worse and the board of regents with messages, and I gonna put contact information up there. How do you contact the governor? How do you contact most people have no idea what the board of regents even is or who they are? But if we can channel this discontent, and I think it's a righteous discontent. We will make our leaders listen to us and they're. You know, we own this university. It's not the liberal faculty. They own it. It's not the Bob Jensen's on the journalism faculty. It's not Greg fenders the tax payers and voters of the state of Texas own the university of Texas, and we need to let our leaders know, we expect our university to represent our values knocked the values of the leftist fringe on on in UC, Berkeley or at Yale. Well, I'll tell you what Mark there's a lot of people out of conservatives who complain about liberal bias on college campuses. Not many of us have the guts to do something about it. So I I appreciate that and salute you for that. And I wish you the very best again tell everybody is on Facebook to look for the page. Stop the insanity at UT. I'm looking at it right now it looks phenomenal. And hopefully, you get to that thousand followers quickly. So there's something can be done. Thank you so much free time today. Thank you. God bless appreciate it seven twenty eight. Now, let's catch up on our business. Now, Bloomberg business report, here's Courtney's got.

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"greg fender" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"greg fender" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"West campus location with head coach Tom Harmon. When you hear the boss talk the way he did in the excitement that he has for the program. I mean, not that you needed any extra motivation, but it with it's good to hear he's when when President Bush. I firmly believe so there's a couple of things I want to say too that. I firmly believe that players and coaches win games and administration's win championships and with Christel county as our athletic director of the people that he's hired and brought in the ideas in the. The tools necessary to get those ideas accomplished along with president, Greg fenders. We've got a championship administration. There's no doubt about it. And when president said to me, I'll never forget it was prior to last season. He said, hey, I'm probably going to start looking for a permanent replacement. The names that you recommend. I said, yeah, I got one. And he's the names crystal Connie, but he's done some unbelievable things in Fort Worth. Brought them from the mountain west into the big twelve one big twelve title a couple years after that built some unbelievable facilities while he was there and. I'd like to think I had a little bit of help in the sales pitch. There was a couple of things. I remember saying to him that I think resonated one was. Chris I need your help. And I've known Chris since I was an offense coordinator at rice and two thousand eight and two thousand nine we've stayed in touch for many many years after that. And then I said, Chris you've got a great job. Great job. Not a good one a great one. But it's not Texas. And I am hoping I think at least part of that resonated with him because he's here now, and he's doing some unbelievable things and he's running a department and helping us run our side of the department as good as there is in the country well toward that in and people will have the type of symbiotic relationship that you have with the athletic director. I to match you have those helped me help you conversations. Right. Trying to help one another help their specific areas excel and achieve we do. We don't always. We're not each other's yes-men. That's for sure. We don't always agree. We bicker at times. But. At the end of the day. I think you know, we have the exact same interest in mind. And that's what's best for the university of Texas athletics. I know I'm the head football coach. But I go to every head coaches meeting even during during the season because I want I want to be around the the other head coaches and show them that their sports are important as well. We had a retreat hosted by by crystal Connie for the head. Coach's that I was there and interacting I think it's important anywhere. When when Chris gets up and tells the other sports football's the economic engine that drives this thing, then the football coach better be present and accountable for that and help the entire department succeed as well. One thing I've noticed in the past is the relationship that you have with the other coaches on campus here. The other coaches talk about what a good relationship that. All the head coaches have with one another on. Well, and that wasn't that wasn't the case. I don't think prior to Chris getting here. He's gotten us together on numerous occasions for head coaches meetings, where it's just him in the room, and there's an agenda. Yes. But it's also a time for us to air things that you know, we may not be comfortable airing outside of an intimate setting like that and we've gotten to know each other on a much more intimate basis. And I wish I could go to every every game of every sport. But you know, coach Pierce, coach smart. I mean, we've got a guy that is the head coach of one of our programs. That's one like seventy five national championships, or whatever it is and swimming and diving so if you don't think we pick his brain left and right now, it's funny for the first time, we call them the kind of running joke with coach says, we call them the legend, and he never never respond. Hey legend, head coach legend. It's our way of knowing him. That's why we do it more and more. But the other day he got so mad. We're in elevator. After one of the head coaches me. I said, hey, coach legend, and he goes, what got you to respond? That's awesome. So we've got a lot a lot of great minds. In that room. A lot of great head coaches. I had a great people and Jared Elliott's got a national championship, and we trade ideas on a regular basis. So there's a lot of camaraderie amongst the different sports that didn't exist before Chris got here, and we were very silo driven. Like, let me take care of me me my program my program my program because there was a lot of building individually that each coach had to do as Christmas talk about with the legendary coaches that that had moved on. There was a lot of building and rebuilding and things of that nature that had to go. So it's only understandable. There was probably that silo feeling as Chris has described. You know, there's programs legendary programs that have gone through turmoil. Right. I mean when when Nick Sabin showed up to Alabama. It was in a rough spot, but it had taken ten fifteen twenty years for for it to get that way where we had this five year span of just. Chaos. Maybe the wrong word, but just you know, we have he's our forth athletic director and three years on the third head football coach in four years. You know, we've got the second president in in this ten year. So now that like Chris said, we've got this. Feeling of stability. We've got a feeling of alignment, we're all rowing in the same direction. We've all got the same mission. The things that's easy to say. But really at the end of the day. What does that mean? It means that the things are that are vitally important to Chris into president of the exact same things that are vitally important to me and vice versa. What what's vitally important to me or the same things that are vitally important to them. And so we're gonna take every step necessary to to make sure that we accomplished what all of us want to get accomplished. All right. We're gonna talk football coming up wanna remind Longhorn fans. It's time to get your horns up play the Texas lottery today for your chance to win. Great prizes. Hook 'em Mortensen scratch tickets walk weekly that coach Tom Harmon from plumbers presented by the Texas.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dot com and download it today newsradio klbj i'm eric like i'm just two years after the us supreme court ruled in favor of the university of texas race based admissions policy the trump administration's now taking aim on it department of justice rescinding obama air university guidance and encourage schools to take a person's race into account to promote diverse admissions saint policy doors by university president greg fenders in our use of race and ethnicity in ut's holistic admissions process is narrow is constitutional and is in the best interest of our state in the nation san marcus police bust up a crime ring spanning across central texas twenty people were indicted fourteen were arrested some of whom have ties to white supremacist groups texans ponied up more sales taxes as much state comptroller glen haege june sales tax revenue top two point seven seven billion dollars which is over thirteen percent more than this time last year the klbj radar weather watch partly cloudy low.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The left and the right new battle and some kind of half baked civil war or that this may be a revolution where extremist believe that they can squeeze criminal activities loopholes in constitutional law i don't think so have you the terrifying thing about a pending crisis like this is that no one is willing to agree that the deep state is preparing this country for a nationwide incarceration as those who do not take to the streets where we left in shelter in place they'll make their homes a kind of purgatory till the boiling point returns to justice simmer but we'll have to wait and see what we i'm clyde lewis you're listening to ground zero and we'll be back newsradio klbj i'm eric like i'm just two years after the us supreme court ruled in favor of the university of texas race based admissions policy the trump administration's now taking aim on it department of justice rescinding the obama era university guidance it encourage schools to take a person's race into account to promote diverse admissions the same policy endorsed by university president greg fenders and at our use of race and ethnicity in ut's holistic admissions process is narrow is constitutional and is in the best interest of our state in the nation san marcus police bust up a crime ring spanning across central texas twenty people were indicted fourteen were arrested some of whom have ties to white supremacist groups texans ponied up more sales taxes this month's state comptroller glen haege said june sales tax revenue top two point seven seven billion dollars which is over thirteen percent more than this time last year the klbj radar.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"It's eighty seven degrees heading for a high of ninety three i'm chris ingram newsradio one hundred two point nine karn just trying to grease the wheels to help them along marijuana commissioner says he received a bribe from natural state agronaut makes to try to score higher for cultivation license fox sixteens jesse to noor spokesperson says natural state acronym x aggressively denies the false allegations calling them slander as the letter says the commissioner gave the company the second highest score among all of his great applications according to the score sheets the commissioner is dr carlos roman governor as one hundred sins nephew senator jeremy hutchinson seems to be the mysterious senator a and rusty cranford bribery scheme rusty cranford entered his guilty plea yesterday hutchinson denied any wrongdoing coconspirators hank wilkins and john woods have also pleaded guilty in the scheme nwea p pine bluff president ivan whitfield said pine bluff watson chapel and dollar way schools are in a state of emergency at meeting last night calling for consolidation and this is the sake of our children and we need we must act we must act aggressively and not wait till the state come in and take over another district fox sixteen susan l curry in order to consolidate each of the school districts have to file petition with the state board of education they'll also need approval from each of their school boards of directors and from voters three counties on the hunt for greg fender he stole a car in craighead county got into a high speed chase through lawrence randolph and greene counties i'm chris ingram with your exclusive accuweather forecast had a rush limbaugh newsradio one or two point nine k a r n in kindergarten you probably learned about the five food groups well at news radio one zero two point.

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"greg fender" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"greg fender" Discussed on KOMO

"Some fog this morning in some areas ever it is one of them were it's 52 fog on the coast as well here in downtown seattle we have sunshine and 60 komo news time six thirty six president trump is making another push to advance middle east peace this week you'll be sending soninlaw jared kushner to that region ahead of jared kushner's visit the palestinian president is publicly criticize sizing the trump administration for the first time over its handling of the peace process mahmoud abbas telling israeli lawmakers the quote chaos in the administration is affecting his ability to understand the us position on peace he expressed frustration thing that after twenty meetings with trump officials the white house is still not publicly endorsed a to state solution nor a settlement building freeze giordano miller abc news jerusalem university of texas president greg fenders has ordered the immediate removal of statues of roberty lee and other prominent confederate figures from the main area of campus he says monuments like those have become symbols of modern white supremacy and neonazism there was a heavy police presence and there were some arguments as well among those gathered after the school president announced that move late last night in crews began removing those statues from the austin campus seattle police detectives are investigating a suspicious death that in aurora avenue motel homicide detective say the body was found saturday by a motel employees in a roma several people have been interviewed and the police departments says crime scene investigators collected evidence and the king county medical examiner will determine the cause of death a man has been arrested by seattle police after he told them he dropped his wife off at harborview medical center's emergency room with a gunshot wound to the head the staff tried to treat her but she died soon thereafter harborview called 911 to report the incident the man was taken into custody homicide detectives are now working to determine what led to the shooting elements been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after police say she caused a serious crash yesterday morning in tacoma and close pacific avenue for hours as happened near the intersection with one hundred eight street about seven in the morning four people were hurt including the woman accused police say she ran a red light hit one car and pushed that car into another one we now know that.

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