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British tabloid leaks bodycam videos from George Floyd's death

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

British tabloid leaks bodycam videos from George Floyd's death

"The Minnesota Court is investigating how a British newspaper obtained police body cam footage showing the arrest and death of George Floyd. The Daily Mail today published parts of the video from to Minneapolis police officers involved in Floyd's arrest back on May 25th Hennepin County judge last month Allowed journalists and members of the local public to view the footage by appointment only, but has not yet ruled on a motion by a coalition of news organizations seeking public access to the

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Judge lifts gag order against officers in Floyd case

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge lifts gag order against officers in Floyd case

"Judge today lifted a gag order in the case against four former officers charged in the death of George Floyd. But he said he would take under advisement a news media coalitions request to make body camera footage more widely available. W T. O P is among the media organisations pushing for more access to that footage. In announcing his ruling, Hennepin County District Court Judge Peter Cahill said he agreed with defense attorney's arguments about a gag order that a gag order would be unfair to their clients and limit their ability to defend against negative publicity. So far, the body camera videos have only been made available for in person by appointment viewing.

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Judge in George Floyd case tells attorneys, officials, and family to limit public statements

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | Last month

Judge in George Floyd case tells attorneys, officials, and family to limit public statements

"Pretrial Publicity's is on the minds of everyone in Minneapolis. The judge's warning that he's likely to move the trials of four police officers charged in Floyd State floor in George Floyd's death out of Minneapolis and public officials and attorneys continues speaking out about the case. Reporter Josh I'm Josh Campbell has the latest from the Hennepin County Courthouse. One of the attorneys actually said that made an accusation against the attorney for the family of George Floyd, saying that he was leaking information that was presented to him from the state's attorney general. The judge admonishing everyone in this case, saying that enough with the public comments that he wants this court is trial tried in court. He wants to see motions and pleadings, not press statements as it relates to these defendants and the members of the government, although he did not issue a formal Dag order, in addition to possibly changing the venue, moving the trial elsewhere. It's not clear on whether the officers will be tried together or separately. Drugs set a tentative trial date March 8th for the four former police officers charged in the death of George

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Prosecutors: Officer had knee on Floyd for 7:46, not 8:46

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Prosecutors: Officer had knee on Floyd for 7:46, not 8:46

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the amount of time a police officer had his knee on George Floyd's neck has been corrected eight forty six became a symbol of police brutality after prosecutors in Minnesota said that was how long officer Derek shop and had his knee on George Floyd's neck on may twenty fifth but the Associated Press began enquiring because timestamp cited in the charging documents description of the incident showed shaman had his knee on Floyd for seven minutes forty six seconds Wednesday the Hennepin county attorney's office acknowledged the one minute error in a statement the prosecutor also said the discrepancy will have no impact on the criminal case against job in and three other officers shop it is charged with second degree murder third degree murder and manslaughter the other officers are charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter hi Mike Rossio

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:20 min | Last month

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Now if you know that money and they were in in jails here in Hennepin county Ramsey county I think the outrage should be even higher I don't think the story should be forgotten in any way I want to see where that money goes but there's no way they were ready for I can't imagine many organizations of this size when this happened and because bunch of celebrities and a bunch of people cared looked at this and wanted to help out to me Adam would have been ready for that ability to disseminate and to do it in a qualified very efficient way if we're talking months and months from now if we're talking even as we sit here on June seventeenth if we're talking August first and they're not at millions of dollars funded different ways by that point then I think the criticism is even more just at this time if if it was a big organization I'm all in but I want to give them a little more of a benefit of doubt in the short period time where where you guys stand you first we've quit with we just have everything's got to be critical and we've got a little you know and I I the get you exactly give him a chance to to figure it out I again they didn't sudden it's not like they've vino embezzled this money from people and are purposely trying to hide it let's give them a chance to do the right thing with it and make sure the money goes to where it needs to go I just it it's it's just frustrating sometimes that everything we've got to dissect every little thing and and turn it immediately into a problem you know just let's take a breath here hi Dan I see somebody is saying this may be a hundred percent true come down off the cross we need the wood is a quote from the Hulu series Letterkenny I'm not familiar with that so I'm not either so could be could be Adams at Sears ring a bell for you nope yeah I'm not familiar what will I will check.

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One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

War Room

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

"What a police officer charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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$1.25M bail set for Derek Chauvin at his initial appearance Monday in George Floyd's death

AM Tampa Bay

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

$1.25M bail set for Derek Chauvin at his initial appearance Monday in George Floyd's death

"The former officer charged in the death of George Floyd made his first appearance in court former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shaw Avenue was charged with murdering George Florida faced his first court appearance in Hennepin county Monday via video we're a judge set his bail at one point two five million dollars without conditions or one million with certain conditions met the state of Minnesota has opened a civil rights case against the entire Minneapolis PD three other office I was at the scene were also fired and later charged with counts of aiding and

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AP sources: MLB offers 76-game season, up to 75% of salaries

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

AP sources: MLB offers 76-game season, up to 75% of salaries

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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

"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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"hennepin county" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On America's number one radio show Sheldon is appearing in the Hennepin county District Court he should be walking in about right now we'll bring any news from that as it happens he is the accused in the second degree murder case of George Floyd let's go to John in Chicago which we just started talking about John I hope you all right well I actually did I was gonna say I hope you on the line magnificent mile nice bit of Chicago but I saw that contrasted older riot Sir I hope you have your steering well clear rule the trouble anyway job they sent us by mark mark yeah in space here in Chicago and I appreciate you taking my call and prayers for rush right off the bat yeah thank you well what one thing that I wanted to say is and it's been driving me crazy is these companies they're posting the black squares their virtual signaling saying all I'm going to donate million dollars year two million dollars to this cause but these are the same companies that have for decades been taking their factories and moving them to China Vietnam South Korea if they really wanted to make a difference in these communities they should bring these factories back and build them next to these communities and trump if you were smart should be calling them out on this you should be saying I want to bring these big executives who want to make a difference I'm there with you I want to make a difference well let's bring these jobs back let's give these people opportunity let's give them hope instead of just giving them a hand out these people you know I'm sure they want to work they want to do good in their community they want to build it up I'm not talking about the writers and looters but the people out there that want to build their community up trump should embrace them bring them in to bring in the use of the organizations that are still quote unquote virtual list because they're posting a black box on their Instagram bring and and build these communities do you see do you actually don't right to the heart of it okay so these guys they so what went wrong virtuous company so we've turned our Instagram completely black and as you say why gonna send a two million dollar check to decide that's a drop in the ocean for the because these guys don't care about black all white everything they make is made in some sweet shop of Chinese child labor around the back of the Wuhan institute of virology of course they can afford to give a two million dollar check for a handout as you say John the real the challenge would be if from that to say something like we'll give you a spectacular tax credit if you move your factory from behind the wheel on institute of virology so this burned out neighborhood in Minneapolis or in Chicago or in St Louis or if you want he said actually call their bluff on that because it is the most these are people who are as responsible for the for the death of American opportunity as anybody and people are stupid enough to think oh look they've taken down the fancy logo thank emission for six million dollars and they turn the screen old black so let's not lieutenant bomb that place now because they've got a black black screen on their website trumps trump should actually say look I'll give you this spectacular tax credit if you move you Chinese factory into this black neighborhood in Minneapolis or Chicago that's a brilliant idea John brilliant yes and all thank you and and and you know it I just wish trump would take a second to call these people out but then also bring them in because I think there's a real opportunity an African American community to embrace change and hope instead of what the Democrats have been offering for the last fifty years they've been in charge in Chicago since nineteen thirty okay there's no Republican we had to do with this okay no snow you're absolutely right all these this is basically a crisis of Democrat senators and one is mainly gonna do dead that day as you say there are no Republicans involved this is like in New York the Democrat governor hates the Democrat mayor and the Democrat may hates the police chiefs appointed by Democrats since the same thing exactly is going on in Minnesota it's a dispute this twelve year old Democrat mayor is at odds with the entire Democrat counselor no Republicans anywhere in sight but what is gonna happen John I think is that there is going to be a kind of a resurgence of the white flight phenomenon it might not actually be just wants this time is going to be anybody you just doesn't want to live in the kind of crazy land that alike to the guys who run Minneapolis a building for them I notice I noted I've been north and finals in New Hampshire and I noticed Justin trickling around my neighborhood in the week and a half this is been going on a sudden upsurge in out of state plates from people fleeing the Democrats say it is and suddenly deciding they'd like to set this thing out by going to that camp in final the New England the the you can sort of see that the reality of the policies they voted for is now beginning to land on them box nine for us lots more still to come you're listening to the EIB network.

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George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota

Jim Bohannon

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota

"The former Minneapolis police officer charged with the second degree murder of George Floyd will be in court today the original charge of third degree murder was upgraded last week by Minnesota AG Keith Ellison to unintended second degree murder I believe the evidence available to us now supports the stronger Charles this is Casey believes a solid but historically it's been difficult to convict police officers of murder Hennepin county DA Mike Freeman has been successful in that endeavor however the conviction of former officer Mohammed nor for the killing of Justine Ruszczyk as he responded to her nine one one call nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison if shopping is convicted he faces forty years in

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Lead prosecutor in George Floyd case on probe's next steps

WCCO Morning News

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Lead prosecutor in George Floyd case on probe's next steps

"Attorney General Keith Ellison says since being announced as the lead prosecutor in the case of George Floyd he's taking a fresh look at the case I am committed to equal justice for all I know special treatment for any without fear or favour that's what I have to do is a prosecutor Alison speaking on CNN last night an updated autopsy report from the Hennepin county and me says that George Floyd died from cardio pulmonary arrest to law enforcement restraining neck compression the manner of death now listed as homicide that update came just an hour after a well known pathologist hired by Floyd's family gave his finding doctor Michael Baden is known for his work on high profile cases in he was brought in by Ben Crump the attorney representing George Floyd's family Baden says not only did the knee of Derek shop into Floyd's neck directly lead to his death but also the weight of the other two officers on Floyd's back the cause of death in my opinion is that speaks here due to compression of the neck which can interfere with blood flow and oxygen going to the brain and compression of the back which interferes with breathing the updated Hennepin county autopsy said Floyd had other significant conditions that contributed to his death heart disease fentanyl intoxication and recent methamphetamine use Baden said that Floyd had no underlying health

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Independent autopsy says George Floyd died of asphyxiation

The Daily Beans

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Independent autopsy says George Floyd died of asphyxiation

"I an independent autopsy commissioned by George Floyd's family found that George Floyd's death was a homicide, and the unarmed black man was murdered, well died of asphyxiation from sustained pressure. The autopsy says compression to Floyd's neck and back led to the lack of blood flow to his brain. Floyd was essentially dead on the scene in Minneapolis on May twenty fifth, says Ben crump attorney for the Floyd family multiple videos of Floyd's death show, former police officer Derek show vons knee. Neck along with other officers kneeling on his back show, von had a knee. Floods for eight minutes and forty six seconds in total, and for two minutes and fifty three seconds of that floyd was unresponsive. According to a criminal complaint released by that's according to the criminal complaint released by the Hennepin County Attorney's office. Quote. The ambulance was his hearse. CRUMP told reporters Monday. George died because he needed a breath. He needed a breath of air. Quote there is no other health issue that could cause or contribute to the death, said Dr Michael Bayden. One of the independent medical. Examiners quote police have this false impression that if you can talk, you can breathe as not true. CNN reached out to Hennepin county officials for comment No comment.

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Medical examiner: Floyd's heart stopped while restrained

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Medical examiner: Floyd's heart stopped while restrained

"The prominent forensic pathologist who was hired to analyze the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis says when Floyd told police he couldn't breed that really was what was happening in twenty fourteen it was suspect Eric garner saying I can't breathe well being restrained by police in New York in those same words came from George Floyd last week in Minneapolis unfortunately many police are under the impression if you can talk that means your briefing that is not true Dr Michael Baden a well known forensic pathologist hired in this case the concept that the person says I can't breathe like Mister garner like in in this instance means you should take it seriously Baden says Floyd was asphyxiated due to compression of the neck in the back and that's on the side of the Hennepin county medical examiner also called this a homicide adding there was also a heart disease and drug use hi Jackie Quinn

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Medical examiner: Floyd's heart stopped while restrained

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Medical examiner: Floyd's heart stopped while restrained

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the medical examiner in Minneapolis says George Floyd's heart stopped while being restrained by police the Hennepin county medical examiner has classified George Floyd's death as a homicide in a news release the medical examiner listed the cause of death is cardio pulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdue all restraint and neck compression Floyd died as Minneapolis police officer Derek schaffen held his knee on Floyd's neck as Floyd cried out that he couldn't read shop and was charged last week with third degree murder the medical examiner said Floyd suffered from heart disease and hypertension and also listed fentanyl intoxication and recent methamphetamine use hi Mike Rossio

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"hennepin county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Murder Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announcing third degree murder and manslaughter charges against officer Derek Sheldon the officer seen putting his me on the back of the neck of George Floyd before he died we have now been able to put together the evidence that we need he did not rule out further charges against shaman or the three other officers involved in the arrest rain Perl ABC news Minneapolis the arrest follows several nights of escalating unrest with demonstrators setting fires Minnesota governor Tim walls says he has an obligation to restore peace of the damaged communities called in the National Guard walls also says a tweet from the president is adding fuel to the fire after president trump tweeted about the mostly black protestors in Minneapolis referring to looters as thugs and quote when the looting starts the shooting starts Minnesota governor Tim wall says the president's tweet was not helpful in a moment that is so volatile anything we do to to add fuel to that fire is is really really challenging Twitter flag the tweet for what it described as glorifying violence the White House pushing back saying the tweet was meant to condemn violence introvert ABC news Washington president trump just moments ago at the White House announcing he's approve it putting in sanctions against China he says for its actions of targeting American businesses and it's a routine of Hong Kong's economy Chinese government has continually violated its promises to us and so many other nations these plain facts could not be overlooked or swept aside president trump also announcing that the U. S. is terminating the relationship with the world health organisation claiming its response to the pandemic created problems nearly two thousand more Americans have died in the past week you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon trouble to align data has with your top local stories Sacramento homeless advocates suing to keep law enforcement officials from clearing encampments during the corona virus pandemic attorney Anthony princess police have been conducting sweeps in relocating those without shelter against public health orders aimed at limiting the spread of covered nineteen date done nothing except intensify what they were already doing which is to clear out homeless encampments to sweep homeless individuals from one part of town together Sacramento county sheriff's department says deputies are not proactively clearing encampments but will help business owners keep the homeless off their private property Sacramento officials also defending a city ordinance that forbids the homeless from gathering outside city hall during operating hours plaster county conducting a study that will test people for corona virus antibodies then used the results as guidelines for re opening study will cost two hundred fifty thousand dollars county plans to give antibody test to one or two thousand volunteers from diverse backgrounds starting next week county leaders say the information could be used to guide the re opening of schools theaters gyms in other places listed in stage three and four and workers at winter care center Sacramento have authorized a strike the union representing the making the announcement yesterday saying the nursing home's management has not provided PP and carina corona virus testing now traffic and weather together for the traffic partners gave the case Brian noble's things required on the freeways around Sacramento to the south of us northbound I. five slowing to a crawl from west walnut Grove road to just past Twin Cities road couple things going on there one is Caltrans roadwork for the lane blocked off with the front end of all of that we have an action with the big rig involved no one is injured but it's adding to the slow down there traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Hennepin county for families experiencing homelessness those who live here say they woke up to smoke and screens on Christmas morning almost in a movie you see it on TV thank you down to the front desk any back up and he said there's a the fighting you can now there's four alarm fire broke out on the second floor of the building the flames quickly spread to the third floor and then into the attic W. C. C. O. T. V.'s merry McGuire in Chicago gunfire erupted early Christmas day police reporting to injuries one of them a seven year old girl who was shot inside her own home this latest shooting coming after a weekend of violence in the windy city CBS is Tom Hansen reporters ogle mayor Laurie Lightfoot tweeted praying for the young girl struck by a bullet in Brighton park CPD will do everything possible to bring the perpetrator to justice as a city you have our love and support the city's latest crime data shows overall murders and shootings are down but a string of shootings involving children under age twelve and twenty nineteen has now climbed to at least eighteen according to the gun violence archive I'm not a Seoul South Korea or CBS news correspondent Gary Peterson is monitoring developments after Christmas gift warnings to the US from North Korea Christmas may mean time off elsewhere in the world but it's training time for American soldiers in South Korea in just released pictures from the department of defense US and south Korean commandos stage a counterterrorism rate it's another sign of nerves on edge north Korea's Kim Jong hoon promised what North Korea called Christmas gift that could be a ballistic missile or nuclear weapons to.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Be bringing him on shortly. You can contribute as well. Tonight. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five Brad omland taking those calls and producing the show. Let's bring sheriff Hutchinson on welcome, sir. Appreciate you. Joining us tonight. And I want this for last week. A miscommunication. And I'll take the blame on that. But for the big trial. No, no, no, no, no apology necessary. The you've got plenty of more important things to do than coming in chatting with a couple of ding bats on the radio. Clear the air with well. I'll take the blame on that one. All right. I appreciate it. So the the purpose here tonight as I understand it and Nathan's the one who kind of took point on getting on tonight, his just to have conversation with you and help the listeners get to know who you are. And what you're doing in the office sheriff and Hennepin county and just to give you a little bit of insight into who you're talking to. I am as you're no doubt aware, a conservative or Republican and as such came into contact with your predecessor quite a bit at political conventions because whenever he was running. We're talking Stanic whenever he was running for reelection. He would seek the endorsement of the Republican party, which he found helpful apparently. And so in that capacity. I ran into him on multiple occasions of the past ten years, and he held that office for about twelve. And it was always kind of impressive from my perspective that he was able to succeed politically and continue to be elected in county, given the the definite leftward leaning of the population. There you obviously saw in leading up to your campaign a shift in the winds as it were. I'm wondering what it was or what factors contributed to you seeing an opportunity to shift the direction of the sheriff's department Hennepin county. Good point, you know, in the my predecessor wasn't there long time, and he's a very politically savvy person. The county. You know, is is you know, majority is with leaning, and even now I think so the suburbs are that. We're Republican remorse Centric is. Congressman Phillips getting elected. We we actually just use energy of the city, and then the I just like dome valley Saint Louis. I think people just wanted to change even more conservatively people just want something different than in policing, especially in local Baltic. I'm not a politician that I. The average average Joe, and I just I I love public safety. And I thought. I agree on something with the assistance. Then agree on and talk from my heart. And let people know what I was about. And you know, the cliche kinda work, but you know, public safety before politics. Politics at this point. Now being elected don't matter. My my personal opinion is my personal opinion. I'm here to serve the majority of Tony and keep them safe. And I think that resonated with people. And throughout my my -pinion. I intended keep that, you know, one of the people in the offices. A very very conservative individual. And and. You know, we have some people who are liberal. Right in the middle. And we all agree and disagree. But. It's about keeping people say that about voting for what color we wear I guess at the same time. Surely, there have been a particular focus is of or opportunities as you might characterize them for change that you've seized upon since being elected and that contributed to your victory over a longtime incumbent since you've been elected what have been kind of the day one month. One now first quarter focuses of your administration sheriff have been county. We have a buck. But I think the one that I can put my heart and soul into his play. Morale employee wellness employment the house. I spent the first four and a half. Now, five months, I guess going around different divisions. What crimeline all the courts just introduce myself and asking the men and women who serve the people what they want what they need. Their hands at thank you. Again, political. Philosophies. Don't don't matter. People just wanting to be heard, and you know, several deputies, and Secondly, you're my fourth year of twenty eight years, I've never once hand to me. That's ridiculous. And you know, that's what I'm changing. Again, talk exciting mounting public, safety and. And I think people appreciate that. Again. I don't care if you're left or right. If you live county, you're going to get the same service in my office, you know, regardless. So one of the things that you've been credited as having a particular concern with is the ongoing opioid crisis. As it's been characterized taking place. What have been your observations and one of the proposed actions that you're looking at taking try to curb the impact of opioid abuse in Hennepin county. Symptoms. But the cause so being people will get arrested where dick that aren't necessarily criminals because they're bad people are addicted to an awful drug that actually changes your, you know, your. The chemical makeup your brain. Macos? Or trying to do instead of if big arrested booked into our jail. Are those to get them on the path to be sober and treat them for the addiction? Not just the cons of withdrawal. As you know, you guys are both of dozen guys that people go into jail that just used we'll say heroin or. Yeah. We just treat their withdrawal. Those. They're going to get out. Eventually is they go use dope and land up dying from an overdose. And. Given. Can get off the drought. Go to school or get a job or are be healthy. That's the key public safety arrest bad people. But we also got to help people who help. Us. Coming from different angles. Narragansett. Good drug to help people that come out of the come out of the overdose. A and not get hooked on it and be done. It. Let's make sure we can try to get them off of it. And I think that's the covert working with. H EMC doctors who are professionals at just this topic? And I always say that I'm pretty good at long public safety in talking to people, but for the heck of a lot smarter people in the world. That we utilize them missile real. Yeah. I have a question about that. As we see rises opioids across the Hennepin county area. I live in Pentagon Tonia also serve as a Lutheran pastor and I'm seeing more and more opioid abuse. I've had several conversations with different police officers across different communities. How do you create those bridges between the sheriff's office and say m h EMC hospital or social workers? How are you creating that network? Great question, sir. A lot of it is just you know, in government is always, you know, there's meetings the plan meetings and seems like nothing gets done. Then people get frustrated, including me. As a serve I may actually go into the CEO of going to the person charity of social work. And and I'm saying to them. Let's quit this meeting after meeting let's actually come to a consensus and get stuff done. And it's it's an open dialogue. And it's actually, okay. Let's listening steps while we're sitting here to prevent this or help this. Let's just not go through the government circle of of of meetings. The come up with a meeting to talk about it every meal. Come up with some facts and some and some guidelines and it's worked out real. Well, I'm going. I try to be without a police chiefs. I try with the paramedic crews of fire chiefs, nurses, obvious therapist because you can't wear hats, and we need to rely on other professionals del because you know, again, everything falls on us. But that's part of the problem is a lot of this stuff. If you will be later. Now, there should be options to get you healthy before you have to come down one when you're about to take your life for about overdose. My goal is public safety. These people right before we have to go there last resort thing. We're talking with sheriff David Hutchinson. The sheriff the hidden county and in listening to you talk about opioids and your approach to handling folks who come into your orbit who who require handling by law enforcement who are suffering from opioid addiction. I recognize certain rhetorical similarities to the way myself and others talk about marijuana and the affects the way in which that is treated or and frankly drug use period the way it tends to be treated by the criminal Justice system as opposed to what people might need when they find themselves intersecting with an agency like yours does that approach expand beyond just opioids winging when you're dealing with folks who are under the influence of other substances is is there. Likewise, this sense that we need to look at underlying. Problems as opposed to just throwing the book, Adam so to speak. Yeah. You know, alcoholism, you know, methamphetamines, you know, marijuana Taseer. Yeah. I think a lot of that is if people get addicted. Either way try once they in their in their brain gets dicta. But again, if we can get people thinking before they get on these if we can get him in, you know, job plans or educational stuff. I think we fighting at work on on things more in the front end. Then wait till the problem. And then I'll throw. All the resources of money because prevention is is is cheaper. So it works better in my opinion. That's a lot of it is just what is the problem? How can we help is it Brown because sometimes they're self medicating oklaho- marijuana opioids or what have you? So. If we can get people, healthy, knee and the Fernan, and then it doesn't come on. I we can actually spend resources going after Tom Lister, the murders and people who can't literally be on the streets with us. And that's kind of what my goal is to help society help itself, and then allow public safety and police to do we do best. And that's and that's get predators off the street. All right. We will come back on the break with a couple extra questions in. We can also take listener questions as well. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five we got a couple more minutes with sheriff David Hutchinson online. Appreciate him joining us, and we will see guys on the other side. Twincitiesnewstalk. Am eleven thirty one three five FM. Twincitiesnewstalk dot com. Hey, it's drew from Justice, and drew if you missed the show make sure to grab the podcast available anytime.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The next week eight days or so for people who don't have anywhere to go. I know there are shelters, and they tend to fill up, but Hennepin county any concerns what what would be the message to for the next few days. Well, stay inside, stay warm. Don't take chances. I mean, if you are somebody. That's that's that is if you know someone who's kind of a precarious housing situation there are there are certainly calls for help. And there are the shelters that you can refer folks, do we if it really gets to be where it's crowded and and very cold. There are different spaces we open up to make sure that people can get out of the elements. So yeah, we're always concerned about that and some of ours fee workers, and and other folks are kind of on the ground. You know, they they mobilized for spells like this, and unfortunately, and hopefully, it'll be the case this time, we don't have too many folks that that freeze to death and God forbid we have any this time around. Yeah. No question. And I know for you twins fest is always an enjoyable event. Your fingerprints are all over target field. They're hard to believe the venue going into its tenth season. Mike, and it really has been a major league success. Story hasn't it? It has. And it is hard to believe that it's been ten years. It doesn't seem that long. But it's it's I walked around there the other day, and it's amazing the construction that's happened and continues to happen around it. So that was the speculation. And a lot of the conjecture. What's? Wow, you sure you can put it up over in that parking lot. And it's gonna be on the downtown and nothing will happen certainly has not been the case or breweries over there. And the be the match building is right across the street as well. As a number of other Bill, the key three building office buildings over there. Now, a number of other big housing projects. And it's just it's a it's a very cool part of town you might have happened. But I think if you had another ten or fifteen years, I'll certainly was able to spawn a lottery development over there. The new the new building that's going up. Now, the hotel and the and the entertainment venue that's going on right on the property. Now is is going to be exciting as well. Yeah. And as you know, I mean, you have to keep tinkering with things, and they're they're redoing the target plaza gate thirty four. It's it's a moving target, isn't it? I mean, these stadiums and arenas the age in dog years. And and you gotta keep things as current as possible. Yeah. And the twins have done a great job with that. Of course, that was that was key to the deal is that we set the public's role is going to be big, but it's gonna be contained to. So. So the twins are responsible for all the costs of operating f they can keep all the revenue, but if they there's more security needed, which is really what's driving a lot of the the reconfiguration. So I'm told her or they want something else to drive up their ticket sales or concession stands. Then it's on them to pay for that. So and they've done a great job, and Dave Saint Peter's, my great partner as the polacks, and they keep that place. Nice eight they've I think they've had a project every year and that in the ten years, it's it's been operating that to make it better. And what a new a new batteries I this year and catch and some of the other places within the stadium and makes it a fun place to go. Not only land a few maybe next time, we talk Eric you can we can debate. The addition of twins made gonna put them in the race this year. Yeah. For sure, you know, I I'm one who likes to sit, you know, as close to the action is possible that delta club is wonderful. But you know, what? Now with Nelson Cruz, Mike. We may want to go upper deck left field because he's been known to hit a few moonbeams up there. It's a it's a nice, then that's probably with you. The boom stick. All right. Mike, always great to talk to you. We'll do it again soon. Good air. Thanks. Thanks to talk to you as well. All right. Very good. He's Mike Pat Hennepin county Commissioner it's ten fifty on C CO. The.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"W update, I'm Ed Gerland era's a Hennepin county jail inmate is back in custody after making a daring escape this morning. Fifty seven year old Michael Frank Simon was caught in little Canada around ten AM apparently during a targeted traffic. Stop. Simon busted out of the Hennepin county adult detention center around seven o'clock this morning reports indicate he somehow made it out of a seven storey window and got down to the street level. But authorities are not confirming that major Tracy Martin's with the Hennepin county sheriff's office. She says they will review the protocol had a lot of different people within our agency that are going to take a look at this incident. We have our jail staff who certainly is looking at everything that happened policies procedures. They have our investigative staff that have already been fully involved in this this morning our patrol staff, you know, everybody. She says the facility opened in two thousand one and no one has ever broken out. Simon had been behind bars since late September. On charges of credit card fraud as well as they Minnesota department of corrections. Hold for burglary, a one hundred fifty million dollar plan to bring a rapid transit bus line to interstate thirty five w took a big step forward today. The federal transit administration announced it will indeed fund the remaining seventy million dollars needed to complete. The project means that we can move ahead with the other pieces of the project and Richfield Bloomington and Burnsville ultimately leading toward implementation of service along the line in twenty twenty one metro transit director a bus. Rapid transit Charles Carlson says part of the thirty five W reconstruction project is to accommodate the new orange line, which he says will include a transit only lane into downtown Minneapolis on twelfth street and the new lake street station in the middle of the freeway. The Minneapolis riverfront north of the city will be transformed starting next year. Thanks to a one million dollar gift from the Bank of America. It's called river. I as the unfinished legacy of the Minneapolis park. System. Really Minneapolis park foundation. Executive director, Tom Iverson. This is the section of.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Top story, the Hennepin county canvassing board has now certified the results of last Tuesday's election, and there will be a new sheriff in town come next year one week after the polls closed the Hennepin county canvassing board declared Dave hutch Hutchinson. The winner of the race for sheriff Hutchinson had a two thousand three hundred forty volt margin over incumbent chair rich Stanek now that's a pretty close election, but it's not close enough to be within the margin for publicly funded recount county elections manager. Ginny Gallup says Stanic has seven days to ask for a recount that would cost him ninety five thousand dollars Stanic has made. No public comment yet about the election results since they were announced Susie Jones WCC. Oh, three more cities are considering raising the age to purchase tobacco to twenty one. It's on the agenda tonight in Eden prairie Arden hills in Brooklyn center. Currently fifteen cities in Minnesota, including Minneapolis had passed ordinances advocates point to data that limiting access to tobacco products at a younger age means teams are less likely to pick it up. Betsy Brock is director of research for the association of non-smokers, Minnesota and even surprised us a little bit how much momentum. I think the issue just makes a lot of sense. We're talking about the number one causes death in the country. So it makes sense to put more restrictions on it treated a little bit more like alcohol race age. Limit opposition continues to come from smoke. Shop owners as well as people who say e cigarettes are an effective way to stop smoking. Well, we are underway with a union gospel mission radiothon from the mall of America in all day. We'll be introducing you to some of the people who have been touched by the organization like Serena, she grew up in north Minneapolis. Serena says when her parents divorced in fifth grade it set off years of turmoil on the day, she gave birth. She. Escaped an abusive relationship and found herself not long after living on friends couches. Serena regularly partied and drank losing connection with three kids. But she eventually realized that she was miserable in union gospel missions Naomi family residence has helped her find stability and direction in her life. It's been great for bringing her family together to and they love it there. And they're like, I don't ever want to leave but cycle. Eventually, we do need our own place. The residents has allowed her to keep her kids in the same school as she builds a strong future. She plans to use her culinary degree to open her own catering company, and you can hear more of Serena story coming up a little bit later this hour at twelve twenty five it's twelve o five right now. Let's go to traffic.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Night, two thousand eighteen on news talk eight three O w. We're back here. We have about six minutes to go in this. We plan on being here for a while. Voice Olsen, the the seventy seven fifty seven house margin entering the. So obviously, you need eleven if you're the Democrats to gain majority. How are they attempting to achieve their goal where they at right now, it looks like they've won at least six to eight seats. The majority of them are in. Hennepin county in the third congressional district. But they're showing some signs of holding their own in the second, including a seat down in shock happy where Brad tab key, the former mayor shock copies, the democrat and the Republicans name Chaz is is Eric Martin Eric Mortenson who wanna a primary against the incumbent Bob moon tab key leading that race. So that'd be another pickup. What what I'm seeing is a lot of Ramsey county is not in yet. But the Randy Jessop seat up insure view, a Republican that was targeted and Jessop is down with about a third of the precincts. And so again, we keep watching those suburban second and third ring suburbs. To see it. But it looks like momentum is headed towards the hours in the Minnesota house jazz. You agree. I agree. Looks like a right now about seven seats have been lost. Obviously eleven is the number a magic number, but they have at least twelve seats cetera jeopardy. So I think it is trending towards the Minnesota Democrats taking control of the Minnesota house. Mike, you talked about this early and said that I believe I have this. Right. You correct me if I'm wrong, they typically in off year, the swing is seventeen votes. Right. So they only needed to get to eleven we've talked about the inner ring suburbs and the twin cities area and the Trump effect. How surprise would you be if the DFL ends up getting to eleven or more and it's eighty by some greater Minnesota. I don't think I'd be overly surprised if they got eleven as I said, Melissa Hartman, the democratic leader said if we just under perform what is the. The normal swing. We should be in pretty good shape. What we're going to have though in Minnesota. That's going to be interesting as I don't know that they've called that Senate seat that one Minnesota Senate seat. I looked it not much in. I'm I looked at it. And it was like six percent. So either way I mean, so whoever wins that race it's going to be a one-seat Senate. Yup. And if the Democrats do get their eleven seats, we're only going to be a couple of seats apart in the state house. So we are going gonna have real divided government. I think some of us would see that as an opportunity for Democrats and Republicans to work together, it should work better. When the economy is good, but you know, a little too soon to tell on that front Senator klobuchar speech, she was talking about being more bipartisan in Washington DC, working with Democrats and Republicans now that the houses flipping on the national level. So we've got a lot of work to do in Minnesota in Washington on public policy issues. And so let's hope knock on wood this evening that the message that sent by voters. As for people to work together. The Star Tribune is also calling the gubernatorial race for Tim wall. So right now called this Fox News called this at eight fifteen. So Tim walls will be the vector. It is clear from multiple outlets losses could be an enormous day night and year for the Democrats. If wall's wins decisively, we knew closure was going to win decisively Smith has a healthy lead. If they flip the house, and maybe there's an outside chance they win that special election in the Senate could they come out of this owning governor Senate and the house and the Senate. I mean, they could we don't have any results from that special Senate race up there. But just the current results that are in and this is a lot of Hennepin county, but with forty two percent of precincts in statewide, Tim walls is up fifty eight percent to thirty eight percent while that's a margin that I thought at the outside. He hit at fifty five which he still may come in. But if he hits fifty four fifty five and you start to see the impact on these Minnesota state house races that Democrats showed up or independence voted democrat. In a lot of those suburban seats. But again, there's still a lot of greater Minnesota which will impact the state house and those congressional races. Chaz foolish me. I just thought there were enough Republicans in this state that new Johnson. That felt like that. This is state was dramatically over taxed because Mark Dayton. And would rally Johnson even if they didn't care for the president. But appears a lot of those people who must have voted for the president in two thousand sixteen nowhere near as energized of over Jeff Johnson here in two thousand eighteen it appears that way, but you don't have to remember the governor's race wasn't. I mean, there's a there's multimillion dollars put into this race from both candidates and outside money. But not to the extent that we saw in the congressional races. I mean, I could tell you my parents in otter tail county know more about what happened in the Erik Paulsen. Dean Phillips, raise the Angie Craig Jason Lewis race. And they do the governor's race. Just not a lot of you know, resources were behind that governor's race at and political environment that we're in that's gonna favor Tim walls. All right. Let's reset everything here and remind you Chad Hartman Blois Olson, Mike, Erwin Sanchez Anderson were approaching ten o'clock, so far it is a big Blue Wave in the state of Minnesota. There are parts of the nation, which are definitely moving towards Democrats. But it appears at the Senate that the US Senate is remaining in the majority of Mitch McConnell, and the Republicans were gonna take a pause go to CVS and come back with you on WCTC..

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"hennepin county" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"At that. Obviously get the supplies. The. You are to get to carry on undercover. He says you cog wins can help the recovery from Michael land Florence by donating cash, and or blood because of Minnesota police officer lied about a search warrant many criminal cases, he investigated. We'll be dismissed Hennepin county, Minnesota prosecutor David Brown. Speaking with reporters was upset about all the cases that'll be thrown out stating I've been a prosecutor in Hennepin county for over thirty years. I've never seen anything like this more than thirty cases have been or are in the process of being dismissed, including a murder case. A Turkish court has convicted and American pasture but also set him free on Friday. A Turkish court convicted American pastor Andrew Brunson on terror related charges but released him from house arrest and allowed him to leave Turkey. The decision is expected to ease. Strained US Turkey relations, the court sentenced Brunson to a little more than three years in prison. But since the fifty year old evangelical pastor has already spent two years in detention, he won't serve more time. The pastor is. Native of North Carolina, but has lived in Turkey for more than two decades. He's one of thousands caught up in a Turkish government crackdown following a failed 2016 coup against the Turkish government Brunson denied all the charges. I'm Walter Ratliff. Chicago alderman Rodrick Sawyer chair of the city council's black caucus says he will not keep a check that. He got for mayor Emanuel asked whether taking twenty grand from the mayor could be seen as a political liability alderman Sawyer said, it's a political challenge. And he understands the optics taking the check was something that we discussed. It was part of the conversation for sure he's giving the money to nonprofits two thousand each groups that work with kids and ex offenders among others Dimitrios Nash have replaced guns with hammers. A lot of towns in our city on you do too sexy thing, you do the things where you have all these big organizations. They really don't need more fawns. He did it with the grassroots organization another recipient said he doesn't want to sound ungrateful. But to grand is peanuts and Sawyer recognize. These groups need support in other aldermen who got checks from the mayor ought to do the same on the south side. Mike Crausser NewsRadio one point nine FM Portman watch police to charge his neighbor for running over his black lab Kinsey who was twenty years old Steve forester says he watched in shock is the neighbor parked in his own driveway. Got out saw other dogs sitting in his yard got back into his vehicle, and he says deliberately ran over the eighty pound dog for she says, it was the most horrible thing. He's ever seen. Creepy over here. Not like hitter. After over her with their got outta the truck interest. What has we started walking to his book? Kinsey didn't die immediately. She was taken to a vet in euthanize. The neighbor says it was an accident a detective and prosecutor assigned to the case have not made a decision on whether the man will be charged Detroit. Police say the bodies of eleven babies have been found hidden in a ceiling of a funeral home that the state of Michigan close six months ago. Authorities say construction workers found the bodies yesterday. I'm sorry today as a Cantrell funeral home on the CDC side. Police say nine bodies were found in a cardboard box into two were found in caskets..

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Thank you for sending those and keep them coming here at eight one eight zero seven, but five point six in old town at of course, Otani. Thank you, Elizabeth for that redwing had four inches Woodbury. Danny appreciate that an inch thirty nine and the brusher lake farm there in Balsam lake one point seven nine Ranville four and a half inches white bear lake. Thank you, Candace. One point nine to north side of Becker one point nine four out -sego Scott tells us two point two two point eight five and Fairmont but again down in the Rochester area, six inches report. Canada falls over five inches faribault over four was seek over five. So a lot of rain here in town officially out at the airport. One point two, Dave Aikins is the public affairs spokesperson for Hennepin county. Wanna talk a little road construction. David good morning. Dave. Hey, hi. How are you? Dave. Thanks for having me. You betcha. This does this rain do anything to construction today round Hennepin county at all. So I'm with men dot, and I I had do communications for the projects in county. But yeah, it's gonna make things lobby and so they'll be things that they'll be able to do some things that they probably won't be able to do it will just have to see how the day goes. And what folks are going to be able to get done today. Dave, what's I just kind of want to get a status update now and all that construction here on the south side of downtown Minneapolis on thirty five W is at on time. Or is it ahead of schedule? It's trucking along. And if you drive through it, or if you go to the webcam on the on the web page, you can kind of see how it's going. It's sort of you can see some of the bridges that are that are being rebuilt kind of taking shape. And I started to look pretty good. We're still, you know on track to have this done in late October early November where we can have one lane open into downtown Minneapolis, a fifth and fifth in Cranston eleven and so that we've got plans to have the twenty eighth street bridge open or I'm sorry. Twenty sixth street bridge open. Again, by November first. So we're we're moving forward. You're just gonna continue to see progress in. It's going pretty well. But there's a lot of work, and it's takes takes time. And you know, we're in year two now, and we still gotta tell fall of twenty twenty one for this entire work to be done. But your shadows five with the progress at this point. Oh, yeah. It's going. Well, things are things are moving forward. There's always challenges. There's always things super-low surprises of that. But again, you can see the progress happening. Maybe you drive through there. You can see the bridge going up and to new concrete going down in places. They can also check it on the I thirty five at ninety four web pages a webcam on their updates every fifteen minutes or so you can watch the progress yourself. You know, what's interesting to me driving through it yesterday, as I do most everyday, Dave is you have just chunks of rock mountains of rock. But then you have machinery there that looks like it's grinding it up next to that. Tell us about that process. That's the road. The southbound lanes would have been torn up and they're been piled up and it's one hundred percent recycled. So you're you're right. So big backhoe will take that those big. Chunks of concrete and asphalt drop them into into a machine grind up into little pebbles. And then that is when they lay the road again when we do road. It's sand gravel and then concrete. So the gravel part is the is the recycled old former thirty five W. So that's the part instead of buying gravel and hauling it, and we just recycle what we use before and lay it down and that saves us bunch of truck trips and saves us the cost saving a bike gravel from someone. What's the deal on that icon, Erica footbridge? Or are you we've seen so many great pictures of the Minneapolis skyline. Are you rebuilding that? Or is that gone thing rebuilt and that will be back. It folks are gonna have to be patient with that one won't have it ready until fall until Donald the project in twenty twenty one. It's it's gonna be too difficult to build.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You are in north. Minneapolis I'm actually in north Minneapolis as Hennepin county Commissioner my district is west but I, have tried to go out of. My way as a Commissioner to meet with people in north Minneapolis who are, community leaders they don't call? Themselves community leaders because they don't want, to get in front of the TV like most of the quote community leaders do but they are the. Teachers in the toughest schools they're the small business people who are. Trying to survive on a violent main street there the cops that work that area I've talked to a. Lot of them the last four years about one are. What aren't we doing right because nothing seems to be getting, better but we're spending a ton of money on this and some of? The feedback I got is quite amazing and most of. Them don't want to don't want, anyone to know they. Talked to me Which is kind of telling but we had a press conference there and I had. Several African Americans were. With me who had really heartbreaking stories to tell about how they grew up or they're young adulthood but they were, all thriving now or at least, doing relatively well because they. Found work work was the key for them and. So we talked about, the importance of a work requirement for those people who are able to work not as a punishment but because work is intrinsically good. Yes because it's it's one of the ways we show were created in God's image to share our gifts with other people and it is, the only way to help people out of poverty. Nothing else will get you there so that work requirement and taking every disincentive from working, out of our system like the. Benefits cliff we have that says if you make x. dollars you get x., benefits and if you make? X. plus one you get zero benefits, which makes no sense so let's let's work through both our tax law and through our welfare laws to. Encourage people to work and in fact in require them to work. Or try to find Work and then also we talked a lot about education because if if you are not educated we know kids the drop out of school before they graduate, the vast majority of them end up in the system whether it's, the welfare system or or incarcerated and so we have. To give parents more control over the schools that their kids go to especially in those areas where the, schools are failing our, kids real choice is important and. I, will add absolutely move towards that but rather than saying we're gonna let you send your kid off to Woodbury let's, let these parents actually changed the schools that their kids are in. Give them real control to actually. It's called the parent trigger where they can have a referendum as parents in these failing schools and. If a super majority, of them say they have, no confidence they can. Remove the administration it can change the, school into a charter, school they can move. To a voucher system they have control and they'll make better decisions about their kids than anyone else well. I agree I am so disgusted with Minneapolis and Saint Paul public Schools if I had my way I'd shut, them down I'd shut him down there so broken they are. Such a failure especially children of color that is just, absolutely appalling and you talk about whether you're. Talking about their education their proficiency in math and reading whether you're talking about how scared they, are to go to school because they think they're. Going to be shot hey education, Minnesota I'm looking at you you broke this. System it's crazy we're, failing thousands of children every single year and they they. Don't get this time back it's now gone and I I share that, discussed but I have more disgust for the union than I do for the actual people running the schools they're running the show. Right now and they're simply unwilling to agree to any reform whatsoever, and we need to push. Back really hard can you believe we're out of. Time already can I cannot because I. Have like forty other issues to talk to you about and before we go. Are, you going. To give illegals driver's license I will not I don't I don't get that one at all but no easy question it is, an easy question to and, you know the census. Is a big thing to should we. Count illegals know and people, don't realize that it's. So important the next governor. Is going to shape the state of Minnesota with with, after the census comes in to, determine you know how many congressional seats we're gonna have huge for us because it's very possible we'll lose a, congressional, seats, so. Redistricting is going to. Be we need a. Fair redistricting. And that's what I can promise I can guarantee you, if the DFL wins we will. Not have a fair redistricting, single subject rule absolutely, four section seventeen and I will veto any garbage Bill that does not meet that requirement regardless of. Which party sends a right thank, you thank you thank you I am so sorry we're, out of time so Jeff tell me if. People want to get more information of well? They can head over to golden valley and make phone calls right now if they, want you to his, office but if they want to get more? Information on from. You or Or if they want to know where you stand on something or if they. Want to send you a really big fat check our little one Johnson for governor dot org and we are truly we don't just say we're a grassroots campaign we are grassroots campaign so I just encourage anybody who's. Supportive to talk to as many friends as. They can. And make sure. You get, out and, vote, get out and vote on Tuesday or Monday. You can vote either one of these, works I know so thank you so I'm you're gonna you're you're hearing the prediction rate here in November there will be no candidate named Tim That's. My prediction. Okay I made. That prediction, two weeks ago, and I'm sticking with them write it down. Thank you so much appreciate you straight I know I could've talked. To him for the whole two hours all right make sure. You get a copy of that go back and, have your, friends listen to it so they get out and vote for. Jeff Johnson on Tuesday when we come back. In and talk to you Greg buck. He's going to tell us what's happening at. Minnesota voters, alliance it is unbelievable what he's going to tell? You stay tune sue Jeffers twin cities news talk? Amil thirty and twincitiesnewstalk dot com. Glenn.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Peterson more information is coming out. About Sunday's officer involved shooting in Saint. Paul tasha Radel has more officials, say forty three year old William Hughes died of multiple gunshot wounds police responded to a nine one one call. Of shots being fired on the upper level of a multi unit dwelling around, two thirty AM Sunday a gun. Was recovered at the, scene and both officers were wearing body cameras which captured the incident both officer Matthew Jones and officer. Vincent atoms are on standard administrative leave volt been with the. Saint Paul police department for five years a new case of measles has been confirmed in. Hennepin county the Minnesota department of health says a five year old child, became ill in early August shortly after returning from international. Travel to, a region where measles is common the child is likely infectious from. July thirtieth through today. Last year Minnesota experienced. Its largest measles outbreak since nineteen Ninety-one with seventy five Cases, identified between April and August it's national night out in the head of the county sheriff's office will join police departments throughout the. State handing out medication disposal pouches is. Officers meet with the public sheriff rich Stanek says the goal is to raise awareness about the. Opioid crisis to last two years we had about. A fifty to sixty percent increase in. Opioid overdose deaths two thousand eighteen thus far over the first seven or eight months look like the numbers are coming down ever so slightly which. Is good it means that the public awareness piece is helping this is in, the last year the Dow Jones. Industrial average was up, just over twenty five percent.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Suffering from severe mental illness was held for ninety two days at hennepin county jail without access to proper medical treatment because of a severe and worsening shortage of beds and state psychiatric facilities the prolonged detention of raymond trailer junior twenty eight has become the latest flashpoint in the long running struggle between county and state officials over how to accommodate a growing number of jail inmates with serious mental illness sheriff stanek always appreciate the time is the situation getting better is it stagnant or is it getting worse no chad i would say that minnesota sheriff's would say that the situation is getting worse inmates who suffer from mental health in need medical treatment cannot receive that medical treatment in a county jail it's prohibited by federal law the proper place for them to get that is through the state of minnesota health and human services that is their responsibility in their absconding their responsibility to get that done and as it just they are they are suggesting they don't have the money and that's why they don't have more facilities you know a couple of decades ago it looks like the state of minnesota closed a number of state mental health treatment beds that looks like to be a a mistake that should have never happened the growing population out there are people who need mental health services medical treatment not jail or incarceration is growing and so the state's jails become the defacto mental health state facilities that is not what they were built for this guy range trailer you've been in jail for ninety two days he didn't do anything other than suffers from mental illness he's awarded a state he's been ordered by the judge hennepin county judge to go back to the state treatment facilities and up until yesterday morning they wouldn't take them back like him out there are a lot of them right so what was going on with him as he was spending three plus months behind bars you know he sat in a seven by eleven ford sell cement block not v stainless steel toilet most of the time he didn't wear short shirt he sat in his boxer shorts on a blue mattress on the floor he didn't read books he didn't watch tv he had three visitors in ninety two days while i was gonna ask you that did he have people checking on them well i mean the jail staff checks on them every twenty to thirty minutes per around and you know we can manage his mental health condition but we can't treat it the judge ordered ninety two days ago for him to receive treatment for his mental illness all we can do in the jail is manage it we don't we don't treat the proper place to do that is that a hospital or in this case the state hospital at a no come metro regional treatment facility or saint peter which is where the judge ordered him to go chris here's the story points out that you wrote a strongly worded letter to strongly worded letter excuse me to the governor demanding that this take place can you tell us more about that letter and how the governor responded i did after about sixty five days of trying to deal with the state's health and human services commissioner whose responsibility it is under state law to to do this provide that medical treatment that cure in custody for mr trailer i reached out to governor dayton himself and asked on his compassionate side and i have a tremendous amount of respect for the governor of minnesota i know he understands this issue i heard him yesterday in the meeting articulate his concern for this but you know he said look i mean there's a lot of blame to go around apparently the county blames the state the state blames of the county at the end of the day the only people that lose out of people like mr trailer and there are hundreds of them out there curly today i have three other sitting in the hennepin county jail who the state of minnesota has refused to remove out of jail under the forty eight hour rule which is a state law even with a court order from a judge to receive the proper medical meant it'll help treatment sheriff rich stanek is with us could you expand a little bit on the forty hour rule and why it really is in living up to its it's it's the intent the intent was once someone someone comes to jail for whatever whatever reason maybe it's a.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Are from a case prosecuted by hennepin county they show parents checking their kids into a center only to leave with them a few minutes later sometimes no children would show up but either way the center would bill the state for a full day of childcare this video from that same case shows a man handing out envelopes of what are believed to be kickback payments to parents were in on the fraud where was the money going i don't know exactly where it went but it adds up when you began to look at how many people are involved one recent federal case points to at least some of the money going overseas what amazes me about these stories is the fraud is blatant there's some journalism occurring at the local level legislators congressmen bureaucrats know about it and i guarantee you i can come back next year and do the same story nothing changes it's like we just enjoy grabbing our ankles and just getting it i don't understand in what irritates me the most is it gets cloaked in it if if if i were to point out what you didn't see first of all it's you noticed that it was never met the word islam was never mentioned in that more than four minute clip not once and what you didn't see because i just use the audio is that every day care operator in every day care parent shown in the undercover videos was his logic of course this is minneapolis saint paul so we shouldn't be surprised but these stories get shrouded in political correctness and then nothing ever changes while the company country's going down nobody does before giving on the floor.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Or concerned because that money was her to combine the first place and uh the fact that this man was taken just as he was leaving jail and then taken to an immigration holding center and then deported didn't give them a chance to to have take any other action to help him i'll stay in the country super at some of these activists have gone to the county looking for help you mentioned that our house the county responded well so there has been uh there was a a couple measures that were uh passed by the counting board one of them was to create a legal defense fund which would help people who are in hennepin county jail noncitizens who were in danger of being deported that's a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fund which will provide i'd free legal assistance for these folks are the county also dedicated about twenty five thousand dollars to create some paper materials that would be distributed inside the jail for folks to to let them know what their legal rights are now these were created by a pen county commissioner name marion green uh she said that thin need is probably far greater than what is provided for in this in the amendments but she said it should help and here's what she had to say about that i can't say to my communities your safe here and so what i'd like to do is say there's some recompense and this is really a a small amount of vat and pence but it's something a but still brandt this is a remarkable state of affairs a local community responding with taxpayer money to basically counteract some of the effect acts of federal immigration enforcement yeah and it wasn't popular with with all of the commissioners it it nearly passed in in particular there was one commissioner commissioner jeff johnson who who is also a candidate for governor this year in minnesota said that he was open to discussing immigration but he just wasn't comfortable voting for this type of measure my gut reaction to this is having taxpayers paid to defend someone who's here illegally is problematic well that's one candidate for governor and ahead up in county commissioner is unhappy with it has anyone heard from the feds no this is something that again the as we know that that.

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"hennepin county" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hennepin county" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"And uh all but two of those cases involved children under the age of ten with different about this is hennepin county has a hype somali immigrant population and almost all of these measles cases are happening in that immigrant community why are they more susceptible to measles is there something happening these immigrant communities have been the target of anti vaccination activists and quote unquote educators or the past number of years they've been going to a number of so of um cultural events in that town targeting this community warning them about the risks of vaccination and researchers epidemiologist in hennepin county have pointed to that intervention that the disc group of anti vaxxers constantly interacting with this somali community has led to a decline in vaccination rates among them directly leading to this out but you anti vaxxers in minneapolis that's the end point of that conversation children died because of this that's factor it is totally messed up and a while like i would generally be really cautious about saying like here's the lake here's what it is especially in a case like this is that happened over many years the words from the epidemiologist in the end those counties are really very aggressively forward one of them said that bees anti vaccine anti vaxxers have exploited quote unquote this community which is what that is easy incredibly strong word for a scientist to use to describe what's going on and then i have a steady that is my that is really just basically the most misleading titled 'study of the week norm.

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