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"henry kruger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Katie brace American flags that hung in an overpass as a sign of patriotism desecrated. Henry kruger. Pristine flags on the green lodge street bridge over ninety five in canton, upset I was pissed off every Memorial Day for the past five years. Henry and a small group have hung American flags here. They leave them up until after Veterans Day in all that time. This is the first time someone has to face the flags flags have been taken to the canton American Legion. And that's where they will be properly. Disposed a south shore family wants to know why they're mother's remains were moved at a cemetery without their knowledge. Laura Howard died in Florida. She was the victim of an unsolved murder in five years ago. She was buried at the evergreen cemetery in Kingston last week or children went to visit her grave, and when they got there they found she had been relocated. They say this is a violation, and they chose that original spot because it was next to a family friend. They're also worried their mother's body wasn't actually moved just the headstone. Cemetery. Officials do say though, the switch was made because Howard was initially buried in the wrong plot in Pittsburgh. Field. Another tombstone moved without the owner's consent. But a different situation Savino empire monument says a thief cut a hole in their fence and stole a very heavy memorial worth about seventeen hundred bucks owner, Donna Berger says she got to work. And that's when she noticed something seemed a bit out of place. There was a big hole in the fence. And a headstone was missing. And I thought that I was seeing things and no I wasn't someone actually stole a three hundred and fifty pound headstone for responding business for more than two decades. And she says this is the first time she has ever been robbed. I believe that. I'm here to serve people. You know? Yes, I have to make a living. But you know, people come in and they can't afford it. I'm willing to work with them. You know, I put people on payment plans with no interest. So there's really no reason to steal from me. Please. To think the stone will eventually show up either at the cemetery or at a nearby engraver..
"henry kruger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Desecrated. Henry Kruger helped. Pristine flags on the green lodge street bridge over ninety five in canton, upset I was pissed off every Memorial Day for the past five years. Henry and a small group have hung American flags here. They leave them up until after Veterans Day in all that time. This is the first time someone has the face the flags flags have been taken to the canton American Legion where they will be properly disposed, south shore family wants to know why they're mother's remains were moved at a cemetery without their knowledge. Laura Howard died in Florida the victim of an unsolved murder in five years ago. She was buried at the evergreen cemetery in Kingston last week or children went to visit her grave and found that she had been relocated essay. It's a violation and chose that original spot because it was next to a family friend also worried that their mother's body body was not moved just the headstone cemetery officials claim the switch was made because Howard was initially buried in the wrong plots. Meantime in pittsfield, another tombstone is moved without the owner. Consent Savino empire monuments, say thief, cut a hole in their fence and stole a very heavy memorial worth about seventeen hundred dollars on her Donna brewer says when she got to work. She noticed something seemed out of place. There was a big hole in the fence. And a headstone was missing. And I thought that I was seeing things, and I know I wasn't someone actually stole a three hundred and fifty pound headstone brewers spending in business for more than two decades. But this is the first time she's actually been robbed. I believe that. I'm here to serve people. You know? Yes, I have to make a living. But you know, if people come in and they can't afford it. I'm willing to work with them. You know, I put people on payment plans with no interest. So there's really no reason to steal from me. Now officials think the stone will eventually show up at a cemetery or an engraver and in Beverly the police chief there is warning on Twitter, if your friend can't be bailed out, please don't take out our windows with a baseball bat and expect not to join him. Yes, that's true. Posting comes. After Twenty-three-year-old Alicia morass was arrested for smashing the windows of the police station with an aluminum bat after she wasn't able to get her boyfriend out of jail. He was being held there on domestic battery charges or asked now facing several criminal counts. And she too is being held without bail..
"henry kruger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Academy may not get their degrees this spring. The school department has decided to enforce a long ignored rule that calls for students to boot it out of the system on their twenty second birthday academy teacher. I'm rita. Donnie, says many of the students are immigrants who have overcome incredible odds just to get to the US to have a student who starts with us in September have to move to a new school in January deems really unfair. With a lot of unfair barriers in place for that student in terms of their ability to succeed twenty year old student show von Barbara grease. It's incredibly unfair to age students out of the system, especially when they're so close to graduating. We're just going to be kicked out right at the very end before we get our goal achieved than it was kind of offer nothing. The school department says it will meet with teachers. Over the next few weeks to discuss the issue. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. One of New England's best known strip clubs is allowed to reopen. For now the city of providence had revoked the license for the foxy lady. Went three dancers were charged with prostitution last month. Now, Rhode Island supreme court says it's putting a temporary hold on the city's move to revoke the license in April. The court will hear arguments from the club's managers who have denied being aware of any prostitution at the establishment, a dishonorable act against veterans and those lost serving in the military. It has many residents in the town of canton outrage as we hear from WBZ TV's Katie brace American flags that hung in an overpass as a sign of patriotism desecrated. Henry Kruger helped. Thanks.
"henry kruger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brace American flags that hung in an overpass as a sign of patriotism desecrated. Henry Kruger helped Christine flags on the green lodge street bridge over. Five in canton, upset I was pissed off every Memorial Day for the past five years. Henry in a small group have hung American flags here. They leave them up until after Veterans Day in all that time. This is the first time someone has to face the flags. Kroger says the flags will be taken to the canton American Legion where they will properly dispose of them. A south shore family is asking why their mothers remains were moved at a cemetery without their knowledge. Laura Howard died in Florida in what appeared to be an unsolved murder her children. Brought her remains back to Kingston for burial at the evergreen cemetery five years ago last week. They went to visit her grave and found. She had been moved the family calls it a violation saying they chose this spot because it was next to the resting place of a friend. Cemetery officials say relocation was necessary because Howard was initially buried in the wrong plot the family would like proof that their mothers remains. Were also moved enrollment remained steady for ObamaCare, even though more people in America are working and have access to other coverage. The government says eight point four million Americans signed up for coverage this year down about five percent from the year before but the push to get people to sign up his virtually ended under the Trump administration and the numbers will rise once states like California and New York report their enrollment with Democrats now controlling the house the repeal of ObamaCare is unlikely but the Affordable Care Act is threatened by ongoing litigation. After a Texas judge ruled the entire law is unconstitutional. Jackie Quinn, Washington and Ashbourne ham woman is being held without bail after pleading not guilty to murder in the death of her ex boyfriend. Julia and right was indicted for the murder of twenty year old Brandon chiklis of Westminster this past June. Investigators say kill checklists by a tree house near her home. And then disposed of the body in Rindge New Hampshire. Authorities have yet to reveal a motive for the murder. A parole panel and California has recommended that Charles Manson follower. Robert Beausoleil be freed after nearly a half century in prison. Governor Jerry Brown is consistently stopped releases for followers of the cult leader. Who died in prison in two thousand seventeen Beaujolais was not involved and then notorious killings of actress, Sharon Tate, and six others by Manson followers in nineteen sixty nine. He was convicted in the murder of musician. Gary hinman that same year parole panels have ruled against releasing Beausoleil eighteen times I new documentary on the legendary sly in the family stone is set to be released this year..
"henry kruger" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"What furor white nba player and he said that stuff that he said about obama it never play again this isn't the first time james has been critical of the president in september calling the president a bomb in a tweet saying going to white house was a great honour until you showed up james actually thing ingram saying she gave him another opportunity to talk about issues he thinks are important she has invited him on her show tom we'll see what happens without one eva thank you now the olympics in south korea and team usa's silver lining the skier over covering his own personal battles to make it back to the winter games and the olympic podium here's abc's mac upmann from tonight this moment the silver lining in a tough weekend for tbu usa freestyle skier nick gipper nailing his final run to claim his first silver medal but it was a long climb back to the metal stanford gappor after winning bronze theme in so chee he spiralled into bouts of drinking and depression had given up on myself and basically wanted to end it i was really glad that i got the help that i needed today though eight different story by john henry kruger also taking home the silver in shorttrack speed skating saturday the first medal in the event for team usa since 2010 the us is now in sixth place in the standings but looking to bring home more hardware on the ice big time contenders marin the ghasoub rule ready made history pulling a triple axel in team competition and the ship sib's maya at alex shibutani part proud of how we performed we feel really good plus linsey vaughn takes another shot at the gold this week in the downhill race where she dumb.
"henry kruger" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jim Hark Just a few days after the mass school, shooting and Parkland Florida a weekend gun show is proceeding as planned in the nearby town and Pierre Cheryl currently reports that some attending. The show said there was no reason to cancel it. Despite the tragedy that left seventeen people dead and more than a dozen wounded. The Dan Shell and Hollywood Florida is about thirty miles away from the Marjorie stonemason Douglas High School where the Florida shooting massacre occurred. And in the parking lot, a steady stream of people, men, women families with children had it from their cars into a building to look at all the guns ammunition and accessories for sale. Sixty one year old king Gibson just leaving the gun show said it was fine that it was still on. Even though it might seem controversial very familiar with weapons and what's going on in the world today. Not happy about it. But unfortunately, it's the way that we raise our children as not guns. It's not my eyes. Another weekend gun show is. Being held in Miami Cheryl Chorley NPR News, Hollywood Florida. The Medicaid program and Kansas is under fire, former Kansas Governor Sam Brownback had privatize the state's Medicaid program as part of sweeping tax cuts before he joined the Trump administration as US ambassador for International Religious Freedom. As Jim McClean of member station Casey, You are reports. The program is now in trouble. John Hamdar the state's new Medicaid directories charging that the Brownback administration misled lawmakers about problems with the program and failed to hold accountable. The companies given lucrative contracts to administer it failures, which among other things He says, caused massive processing backlogs that kept thousands of low income disabled and elderly Kansas waiting months for healthcare. It frustrates me when people express their been having all these problems and nobody can help them. I want to help people. I just I know we can fix it. Lawmakers are praising Hamdas, candid assessment of the problems and his promise to change The culture at the state's Medicaid agency. For NPR News, I'm Jim. Clean into Peca at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the US has been finding medals hard to come by lately as NPR's Melissa Black reports one bright spot came Saturday with a silver medal in men's short track speed skating. John Henry Kruger won silver in the thousand meter race after three skaters crashed in the final It was the Americans first short-track meddle in these Olympic Games. Another US medal favorite Alpine skier Lindsay Vaughn came up short in the women's super-G finishing sixth and top US figure skater Nathan Chen didn't make the podium either though he didn't stage a dramatic comeback in the free skate landing an unprecedented six quadruple jumps of the nine medals. The US has one So far. Five have come and snowboard events Still to come this weekend. Skier Ted Ligeti We'll see if he can metal again in the giant slalom. He won gold in So chief four years ago. Melissa block NPR News Pyong Chung You're listening to NPR News in Washington. After of the body of a seven-year-old girl was found on a trash heap in January, her murder triggered rioting and Pakistan NPR's. Amy held reports, Muhammad Imran was sentenced on Saturday to multiple deaths sentences in connection with her killing the 24-year-old local man who news in advance Ariz family pleaded guilty to raping and killing the girl. He was given four death sentences as well as life in prison. Prosecutors say he's a serial killer who has admitted to murdering several other children. After news emerged of xenophobes a brutal death rioters in her hometown angry at what they perceived as a 30s inaction. Smashed police cars, and tried to burn down the police station. A photo of the girl went viral. Her hair held back by a pink Biret wearing her favorite pink jacket Children's advocats say her death has spotlighted the rarely discussed problem of sexual abuse in Pakistan, Amy held NPR News. Poll. France's revived his lapsed sex-abuse advisory commission by naming new members on Saturday after coming under fire for his overall handling of the scandal and his support for Chilean Bishop accused by victims of witnessing and ignoring their abuse. The initial three-year mandate of commission members had lapsed two months ago. A Vatican statement, said survivors of abuser included but did not identify them cheaper stock prices as well. A solid company profits are putting investors back on the buying mood. US stocks closed out their strongest weaken five years. The gain on Friday named the six in a row for the P. I'm Jim Hawk, NPR News in Washington Support for this podcast and the following message come from The UPS Store, Who knows small business owners don't get to take days off. So if you need to ship packages this holiday, they'll be open on Monday to help visit The UPS Store dot com for details.
"henry kruger" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR News in Washington on Barbara Klein at the international security conference in Munich today, top Russian and American officials exchanged words over yesterday's indictments of thirteen Russians for interfering in US, politics and Pierre's Windsor Johnston reports, White House Security Adviser H R McMaster says, the federal indictment is proof that Russian meddled in the presidential election, the evidence is now really incontrovertible and available in the public domain speaking through an interpreter, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov dismissed the indictments as unjust blabber goods. You know, I have noticed pounds, You can publish anything, and we see those indictments multiplying. The statements multiplying US special counsel. Robert Muller has brought charges against thirteen Russian nationals and three rushing groups. The recused of flooding social media site's with propaganda in an attempt to sway the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign Windsor Johnston NPR News, Washington Hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the US. Children are still in limbo after the Senate failed to pass immigration legislation this week, But NPR's Osma collared reports. Some analysts are saying 'no action by Congress may lead to action by voters. Democrats and Republicans used to be far more in sink on the benefits that immigrants offer the United States. But if the last presidential election is any guide, There is a growing divide among voters, who said Immigration was the most important issue. Facing the country, they fevered Trump two to one But the midterms, it might be different according to Chris Cepeda me on a political scientist at UC Berkeley Roberto one-party McGregor deflation, Lou rid rugby Mr Pirker motor higher rate analysts. Say an end to Dhaka could lead to mass mobilization and galvanize Latinos, especially Democrats More than Republicans asthma, solid NPR News in Mexico. There are no reported deaths resulting directly from a powerful earthquake yesterday, but NPR's carry con reports. Thirteen people have been killed by a military helicopter carrying officials who were assessing quake damage. The helicopter ran into problems as it was trying to land is an open-field after flying over the quake's epicenter in the southern state of Oaxaca. According to news reports, upon landing the helicopter flipped on its side and slid smashing into two vans and killing twelve people on the ground including three children. Another person was. Transported to a local hospital later died Mexico's interior minister and the governor of the state of Oaxaca were not seriously injured. The seven point two temblor struck early Friday evening. High rises and buildings swayed for up to a minute as residents fled into the streets carry con NPR News, Mexico City. This is NPR. In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this afternoon, Gun Safety advocates along with local make lawmakers in Broward School superintendent. Robert Runcie are rallying outside the federal courthouse calling for strong stronger gun control laws after Wednesday school, shooting in parkland left seventeen people dead protests are calling for improved firearms safety laws at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the US has been finding medals hard to come by, but there was a bright spot today with a silver medal in men's short track speed skating NPR's Millis A-block as in Pyongyang John Henry Kruger won silver in the thousand meter race after three skaters crashed in the final It was the Americans first short-track meddle in these Olympic Games. Another US medal favorite Alpine skier Lindsay Vaughn came up short in the women's super-G finishing sixth and top US. Figure skater Nathan Chen didn't make the podium either though he didn't stage a dramatic comeback in the free skate landing an unprecedented six quadruple jumps of the nine medals. The US is one So far five have come and snowboard events Still to come this weekend, skier, Ted Liberty will see if he can metal again in the giant slalom. He won gold in So chief four years ago, Melissa block NPR News, punk Chung the tiny Balkan nation of Kosovo is celebrating 10 years of independence from Serbia today, Serbia with support from Russia, China, and other nations considers Kosovo part of its territory. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News.