16 Burst results for "India Martin"

"india martin" Discussed on The Shining Scholar Education Podcast

The Shining Scholar Education Podcast

08:13 min | 2 months ago

"india martin" Discussed on The Shining Scholar Education Podcast

"It's such a hard way in your life or you need Think logistically like what's my next move in time because I'm happy right now south but it's like will you be happy twenty years from now as a teacher like what will the world look like? No one could have ever expected over like what it does now with Matvey everything. So it's just it's really interesting teacher. You're constantly thinking about what is your Max move? Right right and I think that's a that's a beautiful kind of a bittersweet problem to have. Right there's so many possibilities. But at the same time, there's so many like unknowns I. Absolutely. I wanted to also kind of have you reflect on your teaching like those meaningful books that you've chosen in your past experience has been anything that really resonated with your kids in terms of life lessons or anything that they really took away. That was like at a really deep level of learning. Yeah, I really try my hardest unique. So I'm kind of like said before even if it's not something that they have gone through themselves, they can hopefully learn to understand those. Other On saw thinking about lower because that one is so. It's it's a very deep novel in it's even though it's kind of an easier read on the concepts are more complex for students. It's. Mental Health in on the sexual abuse in stuff like that. So it they're very heavy topics that I choose to teach. It may students every year because if that is something that they're dealing with in so many may students are open about their mental health issues which I love in that something celebrate in Mike Ask that I want them to know that they're not alone and some life lessons I really liked to look for a not book of course is showing my kids that they never. Along wherever they're at in life and if they are in a hard time in their lives, there's light at the end of the tunnel on just like the end up perks meanwhile wallflower in just life in general it's it's hard when a kid comes to crying about like getting dumped or something like that, and you're trying to tell them like you're only fifteen or sixteen years old I promise this probably won't even impact you three months from now because they don't see it that way like. Their allies are so intense with the emotions that they're feeling at that age that they think that one bad thing that happens is Satan strong for the rest of their lives. So on the perks of being a wallflower I related. Try to shell them what healthy friendships and relationships look like because that's something that I really noticed about teenagers especially that they can't decipher between what's healthy and unhealthy behavior in relationships. Especially, like I've had students come to me and say that error afraid that are significant others gonNA walk into the room in hurt them and I'm like you shouldn't feel that way that like that's not healthy behavior. So that's something like when they're younger like that I really try to teach them lessons of what you deserve in. That's not like a standard in English you now that's not something we're supposed to teach. But something that song reward to me that if they can recognize what they need or deserve in life than data's goal as that, they can see relationship that's not healthy. It may be put a stop to it or I think about the last castle one of the. when I was reading that book. One of the things that happens not focused that genetics fans said this running denise Denise She kinda tells her story a little bit. It's really choose a very minor character but I think she is a very powerful role. Aware Denisa. Anza. Asking Jeanette S-. About baby names in there in high school. So we know that Tunisia gets pregnant and then. Says later that Venetia was arrested because she stabbed her mother's boyfriend to death. So it's like you can kind of put together what had happened to dementia, and that's something that I think is really really were for my students. So I kind of jump off that in give the lesson of domestic violence in one of the projects they do in the past it or teaching last hassle. It to older students, I'm not exactly sure how sophomores by process this candidate but on when I taught senior has taught the glass castle I did this project about domestic violence awareness and basically Indonesia's honor for the injustice that she was given, they have to create a newspaper spread about domestic violence in. So they actually go to the website like the national website for domestic violence and they have to research all these different things that I have centers requirements and then they have. To display like it'll be hung up in the school to help other people like Venetia who need the help and like that's not the perception is that I just want them to raise awareness that really Michael for it is that they are ever in a situation in life after high school where people can't protect the money more. If they're in a dangerous situation dangerous relationship, they already been to the domestic violence website because of my class and I'm hoping that they'll be able to. If, they can't recognize the signs that they're not in a healthy relationship I. Hope if they need hell though not go to that website and hopefully seek help me sources or ask a friend for support or something like that. So even if some kids forget about what I talked them in English I'm hoping that. Life lessons like that will stick with them that they'll know how to advocate for themselves if they're ever in trouble after high, school. Wow Wow. That's great. I. Mean just tying those in real life lessons to. Not, only literature but to discussions and everything else like that. That's invaluable. I feel like that's that's awesome. The yeah. Yeah. That's really I try to do that to like India Martin is new for me this year and I'm really excited to see how it goes but. I think that my real purpose in that is just to help students be more self aware like obviously they're gonNA learn a lot about over in covert racism and all these really really important lessons about the movement that we need to be talking about that. Then if there is that student, he thinks that like lives matter different things like that I'm hoping that the resources I get on, it just teaches them to reflect in to not be so judgmental and that they know everything but just just set in listen. And not argue just listen, and that is exactly why I hope to have happened. So rare that when they're out of high school they if they can't be strong advocates, elise, they can just be listeners and that to me would make a huge difference in changing the world. So that's why I really WANNA teach dear Martin I want to help people be more self-aware than also for those students who are background and Brown students I want them to feel like their voice in their stories are heard in there being told in their respected in loved and a dessert to tell their stories to other people. So that's really my goal with the life lessons that come out of your Martin. Man That's beautiful and it reminds me. Kind of like you're the Zen master in this story that I just read a little while ago or. Recently I it is. It's awesome. Little. Zen Fable in its archery master with a student and the student is at a local archery contest and showing off and hitting bullseye after Bullseye after. Bullseye. and. Going.

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"india martin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"india martin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Quarter Nets lead the Magic 55 to 36. Nets have already clinched the seven seed in the Eastern Conference. They will take on the Toronto Raptors in the first round of the playoffs, a best of seven And that will start either Monday or Tuesday of next week. And when you think about it the playoffs this year home court really does it. Matter. You've taken that home court advantage away, and that would benefit the underdogs in most scenarios, that it's not that it may be enough that that one of the I don't want to find one of the guys. That was right After this. Jeremiah Martin left the lane with a runner and it's good for Jeremiah Martin. He's got 10 points off about that soft touch almost didn't touch the net going through 21 point lead for Brooklyn approaching two minutes to go in the first half. Foltz right in the lane. 12 footer is short. No good. What I was thinking of saying, I thought the Nets might play better. I'm Toronto scares you a little bit A ce faras. They're unbelievable ability to defend and get up India. Martin of three on the left is off the front of the rim rebounded by Orlando. I mean, maybe more than Milwaukee right now in my field right now, and it's going all the way down the lane around. Defenders and scores on the lay in well, Milwaukee has shown some warts here, You know, even going into the break. They've lost the last three games prior to the suspension of the season. Haven't looked great down. Here's the thing. Here's my thought. President Thomas shoots a three of the right wing. It's no good rebound by Orlando. Milwaukee gives you a way that you can play against them. They'll give you three point shots. If you're an underdog team, it's the great equalizer. Toronto gives you nothing. Vucevic missing on three nets get it move into the front court. Most of the right wing up top for Thomas around the left for Martin. Jeremiah Martin cuts right to the foul line would pull up off the back of the rim Vucevic of the rebound. People forget Toronto Even last year without Kohl eyeliner was 22 5 without Faults in the corner for Ennis is three in the left corner is in in and out, then went in again. Get me a nice soft rims there in Orlando 57 41 Brooklyn 36 seconds to go in the second quarter. Taking it left is Martin down the lane Right? It motivates,.

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"india martin" Discussed on The Book Junkie

The Book Junkie

06:54 min | 5 months ago

"india martin" Discussed on The Book Junkie

"Pretty unique to the y. c. e. when you first started writing the book. Did you have justices name? Just stuck in your head, or did you have something that inspired you to name him justice. Yeah, it's always been a very overt play on words. everything about this book is. About Justice. The character in the book is a play on words and Mike and I spell it with a wide did not directly on the nose so I was burying it just a little bit. Because you know people, we kind of created with the way we sell our names and I think that's beautiful day so from the get go. I knew this haircuts name was justice, and I knew that her name justice was going to be writing letters. Dr King, trying to figure out how justice actually work, and so throughout after book. If you see the where this is a good team, you can replace it with the concepts like in the opening chapter you have justice being arrested, and that's what's happening to the concept of justice in that scene, because there is no justice in that scene is being arrested as well because the boy hasn't done anything wrong, the girl has. So yeah I dislike kind of in your face metaphors. That's interesting. I love reading books. You know not not necessarily hidden meanings, but purposeful placement of the words. The absolutely and the sequel. Dear Justice is I. Kid incarcerated writing letters to justice, and it's the same play on words, so that was fun. Yeah, I can't wait to read that one I've really can't in September when that book drops, I will probably be the first person to read it honestly, and that brings me into the title Dear Martin Even Justice was it something that came after the story was written, or did you write the book based on justice writing to Martin or you know the title? Yeah the latter, so like I. When I wrote this book, I knew it was going to be a kid writing letters to Dr King. And Dear Dr King was just too much of a mouthful. So I went with Martin and like the same thing with your Justice Justice Kwan. He's a character India Martin is writing letters to justice. So that made it really easy fun fact, these are the only two books of mine that I have come up with the title for because I'm actually really bad at titling books, so these were easy, obviously like you ever kid writing writers Martin and Kate Writing Letters to justice very simple with my other books. I had a lot of help with those titles. Like how you called him? Martin in the Book Guy, made it more relatable for me, because if just wanted to be running dear Dr, Martin Luther King Junior dear Dr. Martin Luther King Junior now. I like that I liked how it was deere Martin like he was writing a letter to a friend. Thank you, and if you had to add another character into justice life, this is kind of an interesting question. Who would that person be to him? so interestingly enough the draft of Deer Martin that went to prints in the draft. Everyone like it is in the actual book was not the first one the initial. Dear Martin had it was double the length of what everybody's read. It had eight different points of view. It jumped back and forth in time and justice actually died on page three So. The very different book, but at the same time it was the same book it just like I, move stuff around, however in that previous version justice had a little sister, and she says she was a year younger manny like. Thing for her, and I wound up taking her out. In Edit. It's the one regret I have about this book because you know if you I don't know if you noticed, but there are no black girl in the book Melo is Biracial, but there's no straight up black girl, representing the black girl experience in the book because I, wound up taking her out and not realizing it I. didn't I didn't even notice that I had removed. Removed myself from the story, so that is the person that I would honestly put back in like if I could add another character, I would put her back into the book because she really was this kind of sounding board and this voice of reason in the thick of everything going on so personality lake. She was a big reader. She was kind of quiet. She kept to herself. academically driven she injustice were a lot of like She did not get along. Get along with their mother at all. Where justice with the he has the issue with his mom when it comes to s j win the sister within their. She and her mom just didn't get along at all so like it was just added a different layer the story I think. I would've loved to read about her. And I was reading the book in the realization came to me while not really realization because I knew this was going on in the world, but it settled in for me that this really is the harsh reality for so many black teenage boys who are being victimized by law enforcement in this book is actually the truth like some of their stories written down, so do you know anybody in your personal life that face this kind of adversity with law enforcement? I absolutely do unfortunately I know more than one person. I know one person who just turned eighteen, and he's one of my favorite people on Earth and he has had. He's had some run INS with law enforcement that have been completely unfair with every time he gets arrested. He gets out in the charges. Get dropped because he shouldn't have been charged in the first place type thing and then I actually have a female friend recently had an experience with police brutality that. Shook her up pretty shook her up pretty badly and it's it's interesting. Right? Because in both of these situations, it typically ends up being. There's always more than one police officer. Always and you have this group of like. Three four five police officers who are all for some reason intensely afraid of this one. African American person. You know it's it's such an interesting dynamic, and it's an unfortunate one and I'm glad that I got to write about. Police brutality, and I got to write about kind of this humanity of people, really because even police officers are people, and we're all fallible and I grew up with a police officer in my house. My Dad was a cop for the first twenty four years of my life, so having his insight and having him help me kind of walk through. Separating this ideal when it comes to what police officers are supposed to be from the fact that like they're human and they mess up. That really helped me with this book, and it helps me kind of when I'm hearing these stories from friends. It helps me Kinda like knocking as mad as probably would've other. Right, and it's not even the fact that it's all these beliefs offers going for this one person, a lot of the Times that person is a child. They're minor, and they're not even doing anything wrong. That warrants time treatment.

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"india martin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"india martin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"NewsRadio nine fifty. Good morning. I'm Ron peewee. The latest at eleven twenty one in west Michigan. A man is dead from a snowmobile crash northeast of Grand Rapids in Montcalm county. State police report Archie demartin was riding a snowmobile on the mackinac trail drive at the Saginaw trail shortly before midnight when he lost control the snowmobile flipped India Martin flew off and crashed into a tree President Trump facing legal and political opposition opposition rather to his declaration of a national emergency at the border. Senator Ron Johnson telling NBC's meet the press border security is a legitimate crisis. But the White House should work with both parties in congress to solve it. Mike crushes how much can we actually spend in the remaining eight months of this fiscal year? My preference would have been let's not shut down the government. Let's do this through the legislative process. Then let's sit down on a bipartisan basis, and let's start fixing. All of these problems w w j news time is eleven twenty two famed actor notable Oakland university alum Curtis arms. Strong is donated collectibles from his thirty year career in film and TV twenty boxes filled with Armstrong's entities scripts behind the scenes, photos contracts. Actor interviews and more will be housed at Oakland university. He graduated from the school the nineteen seventy-five and made a name for himself in the movies, risky business. And revenge of the nerds the materials that included original copy of the first script for risky business will be available for public viewing at the Kresge library, and we'll also be used for classes at the university. Many professionals in the workforce are looking to advance their career maybe need to change careers for a number of reasons Walsh college marketing, professor Michael lemons, believes an NBA makes good business sense for many people, but how long may take to get that degree. We're going to be streamlining our MBA beginning this fall to thirty three to thirty six credit hours. And so that's something that can be done in a little over a year. And so it's. In again, it depends on the type of MBA program that you that you pursue an MBA from Walt college typically runs.

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"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time to five it's thursday june twentyfirst 2018 good morning i'm miriam so sixty two degrees in chicago under light rain and cloudy skies going to a high today of about sixty nine with some more periods of rain and a possible heavy thunderstorm the complete accuweather fiveday forecast coming up but first our top local story on newsradio wb b m some chicago aldermen wanna hold their own hearings into the sex abuse scandal and chicago public schools wbz m's craig delamore hubert vehicles acknowledges there are several investigations and hearings underway into the way the chicago public schools handle cases of faculty and staff accused of abusing students but va leads the city council's latino caucus says his group the women's caucus the black caucus and the progressive caucus all need answers to give their constituents we would definitely like to hear from cps janice jackson zones her leadership team we would love to hear from the it how he plans to move forward i want to hear from him about what type of budget is he looking to ask for from cps i want to also find out is are they going to be coming to the city council for for some revenue or some funds he says as a parent of two he'd be devastated defined there been abuse in his children's schools and parents were not informed at city hall craig delamore newsradio one one zero five point nine fm a seven month old boy was found unresponsive on saturday at his home in the roseland neighborhood on the far south side and now his death has prompted an investigation by city and state a thirties emergency crews responded to a call from the mother that her baby wasn't breathing an hour after she put him to sleep the child was taken a comber children's hospital and he died on monday the cause of death is pending further investigation after an autopsy conducted and the states department of children and family services is now investigating allegations of neglect areas south detectives are conducting a death investigation a chicago teen was sentenced yes yesterday for killing a girl for years ago she cried in court while reading a statement to the judge and the family of the slain girl who turns nineteen next month struggled to hold back tears as she tried to read a statement during her sentencing hearing she was fourteen at the time when she shot and killed india martin who is also fourteen she told the judge she wished she could go back to that day in april four years ago and make a different decision she also asked martin's family to forgive her the girl was handed a mandatory sentence of at least five years in custody she can't be held beyond her twenty first birthday with time served she'll be eligible for parole next april police say the deadly shooting happened after a fight that started as a facebook feud over.

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"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time nine oh five it's wednesday june twentieth two thousand eighteen good evening i'm mary him so sixty two degrees in chicago right now at the lakefront sixty eight over at o'hare under mostly cloudy skies going to a low in the low sixties before heading up to a high tomorrow of sixty nine degrees the complete accuweather fiveday forecast is coming up at first our top local story on newsradio wbz m more than sixteen thousand people have signed onto a chicago women's petition drive asking the c t a and metro to install blue lighting at their stations in an attempt to reduce suicides but w bob roberts tells us there's just one problem the statistics reported by the petitioner don't exist she claims a japanese study showed an eighty four percent drop and suicides wants blue shaded lights were installed slopes dot com says this is a recurrent but unproven story that actually can be traced back more than a decade japan and scotland veterans in the process of installing suicide prevention hotline signs that its stations spokesperson for the agency said metra's eager to try any suicide prevention effort that's grounded in science she says the blue lights are not bob roberts newsradio and what don't five point nine fm chicago teen was sentenced today for killing a girl four years ago she cried in court while reading a statement to the judge and the family of the slain girl the teen who turns nineteen next month struggled to hold back tears as she tried to read a statement during her sentencing hearing she was fourteen at the time when she shot and killed india martin who is also fourteen she told the judge she wished she could go back to that day in april four years ago and make a different decision she also asked martin's family to forgive her the girl was handed a mandatory sentence of at least five years in custody she can't be held beyond her twenty first birthday with time served she'll be eligible for parole next april police say the deadly shooting happened after a fight started as a facebook feud over a boy lisa fielding newsradio one oh five point nine fm a seven month old boy was found unresponsive on saturday at his home in the roseland neighborhood on the far south side and now his death has prompted an investigation by city and state authorities emergency crews responded to a call from the mother that her baby wasn't breathing an hour after she put him to sleep the child was taken to comber children's hospital where he died on monday the cause of death is pending further investigation after an autopsy was conducted today the state's department of children and family services is investigating allegations of neglect and area south detectives are also conducting a death investigation wbz news time nine oh eight traffic and weather together.

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"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The afternoon then mainly cloudy overnight sui expected low of sixty one degrees tomorrow cloudy periods of rain and perhaps a thunderstorm and mainly in the afternoon tomorrow's high no more than seventy two degrees we expect rain tomorrow night and friday as well cloudy around the area this afternoon seventy eight in aurora seventythree at o'hare midway seventy eight and sixty seven downtown lakefront marketwatch's today dial down forty two nasdaq was up fifty six s and p up about five wbz news time time for twenty one our top story this hour president trump's decision to end his administration's policy of separating children from migrant parents tried to enter the country from the south after days of insisting that only congress had the power to make changes to keep families together the president signed an executive order to do that but he says it is not weakening his tough immigration policies continues to be a zero tolerance we have zero tolerance for people that enter our country illegally and much more on this story coming up at four thirty one it's at least five years in juvenile detention for chicago girl convicted of killing another girl after fight over a boy girl was fourteen when she shot and killed india martin who was also fourteen at the time she cried in court as she tried to read a statement before her sentencing the murder was a result of a fight started as a facebook feud over a boy she said she wishes she could go back to that day april two thousand fourteen and make a different decision she asked martin's family for forgiveness girl isn't being named because she was charged as a juvenile she'll be expected to complete a mandatory sentence of at least five years in custody and can't be held beyond her twenty first birthday her uncle was also convicted of first degree murder because he gave her the gun right before the fight he was sentenced to one hundred years in prison lisa fielding newsradio one zero five point nine fm illinois's hiv epidemic by the year twenty thirty s the goal of a newly launched initiative called getting zero illinois governor rauner spoke at a kickoff event for the campaign in the loop and says achieving the initiatives goal will take communication and collaboration will access equal opportunity high quality treatment for the.

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"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Capitol dave doll news radio on one zero five point nine fm chicago teenager cried in court today she tried to redistribute before her sentencing for killing another girl in a fight that started as a facebook feud over a boy the teen who was fourteen when she shot and killed fourteen year old india martin for years ago asked martin's family for forgiveness she isn't being named because she was charged as a juvenile cook county judge gave her the mandatory sentence of at least five years in custody she is eligible for parole in april the family over chicago woman who was found murdered in a rose more home ten days ago is offering a twenty thousand dollar reward for information that leads to the person who killed hamad muhammed's daughter ashanti tumor ringa individuals who somehow hide allow this person to go forward we'll be identified this is not vengeance this is justice baringo also says a private detective firm has been working with chicago police in bahamas car is missing as well to twenty twelve silver honda accord licensed late are eight eight one eight seven six thousands of people have signed onto a chicago woman's petition drive asking the see ta and metro to install blue lighting at their stations in an attempt to reduce suicides kelsey be rights that a japanese study showed an eighty four percent drop in suicides once calming lights were installed she says suicides here are up and the public posting of prevention hotline alone has not helped she said a goal of sixteen thousand signatures on her care to petition at the petition site dot com and she's virtually there kelsey says the lights alone won't be a cure all for violence racism or sexism but it's worth a try bob roberts newsradio or five point nine statewide initiative aimed at ending illinois's hiv epidemic is often run an estimated thirty eight thousand illinois live with aids and the new getting two zero illinois campaign hopes to shrink that number over the next twelve years.

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"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Contracts are up deborah rodriguez cbs news this is your togo's allnews station news radio seven hundred and one by point nine fm and wbz newsradio dot com wbz news time eight five we thank you for waking up with us on his mid week wednesday this is june twentieth it's also national american eagle day good morning i'm felicia middlebrook the news watch never stops everything you need to know to start your day right here ride now good morning i'm pat cassidy mostly cloudy accuweather sensible hit high of seventy two degrees near eighty four the high south of the city sixty seven at the lakefront sixty seven right now at o'hare top local story on newsradio chicago police officer robert rail mos expected to be back on the witness stand today in the wrongful death suit filed with the family of could tonioli greer a preview from wbz's bob roberts ladrera state attorneys called rail motoo the stand so he faced hostile questioning from the beginning we gave one two word answers contradicted himself several times and said he could not recall certain details for instance he said he did not speak with his partner after the shootings even though he told attorneys last year he did so several times and he admitted he left his baton in the car that night his attorney is joel brodsky starting backwards he's being cross examined what usually comes after your give your testimony than your cross examined by the other side we almost said his police academy de escalation training was utterly a joke but said he never sought additional training elsewhere bob roberts newsradio and what on five point nine fm chicago teenager will be sentenced today for killing another girl during a two thousand fourteen fight that started as an online fight over a boy the girl was fourteen years old at the time of the shooting her name is not been disclosed because she's a juvenile she pleaded guilty in january diverse degree murder in the killing fourteen year old india martin and attempted first degree murder and the wounding of the girl she intended to fight that day she faces a mandatory sentence of at least five years in custody and can't be held beyond her twenty first birthday are oncogene was sentenced to one.

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"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"india martin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The nine millimeter semiautomatic handgun was found near the body of naseem don after she had wounded three people before killing yourself as police were rushing into the complex san bruno police chief ed barberini also says as the shooter practiced at a local gun range in the morning before the shooting which occurred during the lunch hour at youtube it's also confirmed that the woman was upset with youtube over new standards that she claimed resulted in fewer views of her videos any other motive is still under investigation to women wounded yesterday have been released from a hospital the third victim a thirty six year old man who was in critical condition remains hospitalized he has been upgraded to serious condition and today a spokeswoman for the us bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives says agents are searching southern california homes where the youtube shooter had lived the sentencing for a teenager convicted of killing a fourteen year old in chicago has been pushed back our nick gale explains india martin's killer has been in custody since two thousand fourteen shooting martin was only fourteen when she and a group of friends were attacked by another girl the four year old legal saga was supposed to come to a close wednesday morning but the sentencings been pushed back until june twentieth the judge in the case saying the delay was because a prosecutor assigned to the case left the state's attorney's office it was back in january that the defendant pled guilty to first degree murder the shooting instigated by an argument on facebook over a boy the defendants uncle was convicted of providing the gun used in the incident he was sentenced to one hundred years in prison back in two thousand sixteen nick gale wls am ninety new president trump has been told he's considered a subject in the russia investigation and not currently a target subject to someone who's conduct is of interest to investigators but prosecutors are not certain there's enough evidence to bring charges a person close to conversations between the trump team and special counsel robert muller say says that trump status came up in negotiations over a possible presidential interview by team and if you have a toys r us gift card you can turn it into a new set of sheets towels bed bath and beyond.

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"india martin" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Can you day to tell you the people Google say it can make your business work better with Google cloud platform. You can use machines to build better products, learn more at G dot CO, slash get cloud AI. Waiting. I met dental, BLAKE at his hotel in DC Saturday morning. He was just finishing up his breakfast. Compared to that that Chicago breakfast is not good at all. Man can advice, Kogyo, man, they season everything. No, make it. What are they put the eggs out, Chicago, Saul blackout, no regular season. They make finger licking. But the mudder dental definitely did not come to DC for the eggs. I came to be like, I guess a part of something big. You know, like I never of to a March tired of gun Val is among ready for a change to come out. And I guess I feel like there's going to be way to start something to lead onto another change or the dad down so valid. So I want to be part of like a couple of hundred thousand other people. Detro- was getting ready to head out to the March for our lives. Unlike a lot of them, he was a survivor of gun violence against they've got the bull leg AK two to three dentures Twenty-one, but he looks like he could still be in high school. He's probably about five, five. He's got these long skinny dreads with frosted tips. He lives in Englewood on Chicago's south side and he's been around guns and gangs. His entire life I grew up around up was any. It's saying, Saint people get shot been around guns, you know, been been shot. So. It's like every day is somebody maybe again shot shot at you? You see, like broad daylight, people shooting at each other. It was like our lifestyle. He was living, you know, because it's like environment was used for like we grew up doing them type of things saying it. So we thought it was cooling fun. So we just joined it and did what we had to do. You still feel protected. Basically joining a gang wasn't really a choice. His dad was in one. His cousins were in gangs. His friends were in them. If you didn't belong to one, you were vulnerable and guns were everywhere. Then drill found his first when he was ten. And I found I actually like was playing around the neighborhood and it was like an abandoned building, and we went in and like the window was open as though like an get somebody here they gun and and we ended up finding, you know, like some short, he's like, I ain't. I picked it up and stuff, you know, took it out, but like it was crazy. Know. I ain't do not crazy because I ain't really no, no. What I was doing. I know I've got a gun that's all I knew things got real, not long after that. Then troubles getting into trouble getting into fights representing his gang and people were getting shot all around him, but he didn't really stop to reflect on it until twenty fourteen. That's when his friend, India Martin was murdered. She was fourteen when she got killed by another female. She just a bystander to some lay within a fight. So it's going to be like a big rabble, fight one side against the savage angle to school that day because I would have been on on us Iowa India now though, because that's my side of the neighborhood from, but they foes meant fighting and stuff like that. Dan, the girl hug gun and she ran over and shoe soon the year. But when that happened there like took me, you told me to a point like damn, like I was traumatized, you realize going like I ask some feelings for you and the year after that on a sunny Saturday morning in Chicago, just walking through his neighborhood with a friend then trail was almost murdered himself. I just heard, so I stopped and I look, I turned around and looked at them. They both looked at each other. They say, ninety just looked at each Saturday, looked at us again. Then they got the lifting up. They won all have equal on on how to AK, aka came at me, but I think the. Guns, my eyes, I turned around at whole through sixty got the run. I got away before you even got the shooting. Like I got like five feet away the NS Shostak going up. Hold on site. Then trail took a bullet in the leg. It's the one that's still there when he was in the hospital. Social worker reach out to him and tried to convince him to get out of his game to stay alive and then trail was ready. One of the first changes he made was to his music. Then trail is a rapper. Ain't no nigga Claremont asteroid where like fire while Cup on you, slow slowing, quiet, spark your brain slice on. Why is Dan everyday? FEB? We never play almost simply Graddick hanging letter, hunting bullets spray. Fuck you. Stanley us thanking in Allie, lie, some garbage. I mean my team, we saw retarded to turn the go retarded off the loud on like a Martian. Those were what is versus sounded like before Chicago drill music gritty songs about gang life. That was just like, you know, that's lifestyle. We was living telling about guns drugs getting high or just females like, but more so killing like, 'cause that was like all we knew then his friend is he. Most gets killed and he wants to change. I don't know what the world is common to these babies getting snatch. Lada kids getting whack families. Crying is the fact I don't know what the world is coming to lay my life. You feel my pain fallen deeply in my veins are some you might regret. He changed his message and people responded and they caught onto it like it one year recorded or nine like you see what I'm saying like, and it was like we had a field day at school. You know, that is a field day, everybody else. I gotta DJ stuff out there, and I just asked them a foreign song and stuff and all they call everybody around when they played the beef of me and I just went in and and when a when I heard them like ain't stopped. But I heard them saying, wait a minute like the third time. Like I just here buddy saying, I don't know what the world is coming to. I'm like, wow, I like I feel I felt good. I was coming up to me like at the bay students that I may lie, you realize like just went crazy. And I'm like, I think this the way I should go with my music because I feel good. Like feel like. Real lifelike like this meat, which brings us to the March for our lives on Saturday. Then tro wanted to see it. But he also wanted to share his story with more people because according to Cook County hospital's almost two hundred people have been shot in Chicago since the tragedy in parkland Florida. Man, mass shootings every day. You wanna put it like that. Yeah, I got a lot of experience, but not in school. Then

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"india martin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of cic college students they tested were spreading the flu by simply breathing young people here at all over realized that on this is not to be trifled and that they're not invincible liz gallagher who 27yearold daughter died from complications from the flu just days after she contracted the virus tom petty's autopsy shows his death last year was due to an accidental drug overdose is wife and daughter released the results of pettis autopsy via statement today on facebook the statement was posted moments before the la corner coroner's office issued its official findings they confirmed that petty had a variety of medications including fat nolan oxycodone in his system new information about last october's mass shooting in las vegas officials now revealing that there is a federal investigation looking in do somebody possibly connected to the case without saying who that person is as a report on the massacre was released today we had details from abc's clinton send out after chasing nearly two thousand lead since october the gunman's motive is still a mystery though police say he acted alone here losses significant amount of his monetary wealth in close proximity to one october and they may have a driving factor associated with the sheriff says he does not expect charges against paddocks girlfriend who told investigators he'd become distant and withdrawn over the last year and began buying more guns abc's clayton san del reporting and just days before her trial was chicago team charged in the fatal shooting of another teen pleaded guilty to charges of first degree murder the sitting a 14yearold india martin stem from a feud between the two girls over a boy in it escalated on social media the murder to national headlines became another symbol of chicago's violence the teen whose name is not being released because she's a juvenile is now eighteen and has remained in custody since the shooting prosecutors unsuccessfully sought to try her as an adult shall be sentenced in april kim gordon wgn news the black hog sorin a very unusual position this time of year will.

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"india martin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The thing and let's do a thing where we don't get paid rightness unal sound good right what focus on the main thing guys socially thing that you're so awesome term limits on them we'll talk some it take myself out of the betting on this one ochre brennan just throw in term limits are arrogant fighting have you dad co stepdad call and wants to talk to you josh filed in the case of a north suburban woman who was stabbed while sleeping in a guilty plea in the shooting death of chicago teenager news next but first the weather channel forecast which was a record coming up on the shelf in already we've got the shelf west wind cheered chicago help award the numbers this weekend it was not as cold last night and will be even warmer tonight forty degrees are high this afternoon thirty two tonight at the lake shore partly cloudy forty on tomorrow and then showers for sunday and into monday with high temps all the way up into the 50s monday from the weather channel i'm scott lawrimore wlsam 890 with another update thirty minutes thirty nine degrees in chicago a teenager has pleaded guilty to first degree murder in the death of 14yearold india martin the tribune reports that the teen who was charged as a juvenile has also pleaded guilty to attempted firstdegree murder the april 2014 after school shooting started as a fight on facebook a teenager who has pleaded guilty is now eighteen and will be sentenced in april ronkko was sentenced to one hundred years in prison for providing the gun that was used to kill india martin a cousin was accused of handing the teenager the gun though with the cousin that was who was accused of having the teenager gun was acquitted by a federal jury as a will met woman slept prosecutors say her adult daughter stabbed her 27yearold dina larson is charged with attempted firstdegree murder aggravated domestic battery and battery to a person over sixty she is being held without bond of the cook county jail will met police were called the woman at home yesterday morning and say they found the mother who had been stabbed multiple times with the knife or injuries are not lifethreatening steve mentioned this earlier the center for disease control and prevention has released its weekly report on flew activity across.

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"india martin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Well rally earlier today that rally earlier this year i should say that rally that ended in violence a chicago police officer heading to a homicide see was hurt when his marked suv collided with an offduty officers minivan apple knew the late and criminal courts building a 26th in california no jury trial for a chicago team charged with fatally shooting a 14year rolled in two thousand fourteen wgn skin gordon explains why the illinois supreme court made that ruling today the girl who is now eighteen was fourteen when india martin was killed in a shooting stemming from facebook feud over a boy she had no previous convictions and under illinois law only juvenile defendants who have violent criminal histories are eligible for a jury trial while the trials been delayed over a year pending the high court's decision kim gordon wgn president trump met today with the governor of puerto rico ricardo rossello they were at the white house talking about funding for the island after hurricane maria at one point the president saying the media shouldn't be looking into russian election meddling but instead should be investigating a uranium deal that he recently tweeted about the president tweeted this morning about a quote uranium deal to russia with clinton help and obama administration knowledge in quote a big story is uranium and how russia got twenty percent of our uranium and it frankly it's a disgrace it's a disgrace and it's a disgrace that the fake news won't covering if so said the hill reported yesterday that the fbi uncovered evidence that russian nuclear officials were involved in bribery kickbacks extortion and moneylaundering before the obama administration approve the deal newest forecasters say the odds are good that much of the country will have a warmer than normal winter this year but it likely won't be as warmers the less two.

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"india martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"india martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian sir thanks very much for joined on the line from sydney now by and martin lake oh senior investment adviser macquarie wealth management so we've got a big decision coming up from the reserve bank of india martin it looks like at least according to consensus that will get the rate down the repurchase rate down to six percent from six and a quarter they do have record low inflation there and it's kind of like a lot of places the question is will stay down there or will it will it sort of mean revert look we row we could hear i agree with the the prospect of the bank of any cutting right to die down no doubt we replace and wanna opportunities will belong though the reserve bank's preferred range of inflation between out two incurring off but we do tony tony matter of calming alviti come impact on the economy on commit to mom perspective had come from the introduction of the key which quite now early this year and also via the monitor operation of policy gain what will work for example what we high tax revenues the amount of croatian program and achieve attack and we're starting a pickup government spending between on in kentucky fried time but we do think at amman stopped to pick up in the economy from some of that spending in clayton matching back towards afta i kept level so we think probably the la caught by the reserve bank of india at this stage in the cycle and thereby pat waiting for that dimond be copy meaning in an economy rural withdrew pretty paul dean economy growing at six point nine karn lee and we go to full costs constitute out an itin i'll grocery pickup given off the fan but like many central banks of course errol eyeing the fed as well mice economists expect at the abbey a if they cut now lay that like this for at least at the remainder of and probably three 2018 as well but of course everyone eyeing what the reduce the reduction of the balance sheet from the fed will main translation around the.

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