15 Burst results for "Indiana Middle School"
"indiana middle school" Discussed on Amanpour
"You deliver food thinking about transportation, how you keep your buildings clean and yes. Most importantly, how do we educate kids were asking way way way too much of superintendents and the fact that. That we have not come up with a comprehensive way to do this thoughtfully the fact that on average the past week, we're having a thousand deaths per day here in the United States, we simply have not done in March and April, in May June July, what we needed to do so that we could have an easy and smooth and clean opening to school for our children now in August and September. Well, let me just run through just a capital couple of stats and Indiana middle school closed after a positive test on day one and that absolutely sort of mind boggled the officials that how could they be positive test on Day One? They said Georgia's largest school district. Two. Hundred Sixty employees from working after they either tested positive or in fact were exposed. Now, school is just started, and as you know senior pediatrician and virologist pita hurts said, this push to open schools is guaranteed to fail. Do you think it was guaranteed to fail or was it always going to be something that had to happen warts and all and try to I'm sorry to use this word, but whack-a-mole strategy is has been going on. Right now. Well, let me ask ways. First of all, I absolutely believe schooled needs to open, but how it opens, that's the key question. So schools can open three ways. They can open all physically person. They can open all virtually online or a hybrid of those situations and students have lost way too much learning because of Covid, but Calvin, slide because of summer. So we can't delay the start of opening school needs to open. We have to be very, very thoughtful community by community that what is the safest way to bring kids you'll back into. into a learning environment on the status way to bring kids into a physical in-person at school building is where you have two weeks of decline in cases, rea- positively, positively rates below five percent in far too many communities across our country. Unfortunately, that's not the case. So it's forcing many many school districts I. This is to think about a hybrid situation or to start all virtually all online and had we done what we needed to do earlier. We would be having to make these very tough decisions, but that's where we are today..
FBI: 27 'Active Shooter' Incidents in 2018 Claimed 85 Lives
"The FBI's annual report there were twenty seven active shootings in the United States last year with more. Here's USA radio's Chris Barnes those twenty-seven incidents. Led to the death of eighty five. People asked year the numbers down from the thirty active shooters in two thousand seventeen that killed one hundred twenty eight most of the shooter's last year where male three were women, the gender of the fourth is unknown. The youngest actor shooter was a thirteen year old male student who opened fire at an Indiana middle school nine active shooting events took place in business environments, generally open to the public seven at business environments, close to the public five happened at schools, California had the most incidents with four Florida was next with three
"indiana middle school" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"One two nine zero the FBI wants people to be trained on how to thwart active shooters it says so in its annual report released this week. It says there were twenty seven active shootings in the US in two thousand eighteen leading to the death. Of eighty five people and injuries to one hundred twenty eight others. The number was down from twenty seventeen when there were thirty active shooting events, most of the shooters were mailed, but the report says three were women and the gender of the fourth is unknown. The youngest active shooter was at thirteen year old male student who opened fire at an Indiana middle school. There were calls for this for days. Now, an infant cradle has been recalled. As USA radio's Wendy king reports Fisher Price is recalling about five million rock and play sleepers and Marie Birkel of the US Product Safety Commission says the product it's been in the market since two thousand nine and since then approximately thirty infants have died in Iraq in place leaper the deaths occurred after the infants rolled over on their stomachs or sides, while unrestrained some of them died of suffocation this levers are petted cradle that vibrate. For USA radio news. I'm Wendy king and Mazda three cars model years twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen are being recalled because of a windshield wiper problem and for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes..
"indiana middle school" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"World and paid discount prices on your airline tickets flight today to London Paris Madrid or anywhere else. You wanna go and pay a lot less guaranteed. Calling international travel department right now at low cost airlines eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one. That's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one. The FBI wants people to be trained on how to thwart active shooters it says so in its annual report released this week. It says there were twenty seven active shootings in the US in twenty eighteen leading to the deaths of eighty five people at injuries to one hundred twenty eight others number was down from twenty seventeen when there were thirty active shooting events, most of the shooters were mailed, but the report says three were women and the gender of the fourth is unknown. The youngest active shooter was at thirteen year old male student who opened fire at an Indiana middle school. There were calls for this for days. Now, an infant cradle has been recalled. As USA radio's Wendy king reports Fisher Price is recalling about five million rock and play sleepers. And Marie Birkel of the US products thinking commission says the product it's been in the market since two thousand nine and since then approximately. Thirty infants have died in the rock in place leaper occurred after the infants rolled over on their stomachs or sides, while unrestrained some of them died of location, the sleepers petted cradles that vibrate. For USA radio news. I'm Wendy king and Mazda three cars model years twenty sixteen through twenty eighteen are being recalled because a windshield wiper problem and for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes..
"indiana middle school" Discussed on KTOK
"What a win the afternoon. It has been. I am leaving on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. And the reason they had has been so windy as we've got another system headed our way. And it might bring some severe weather. But here's the good news. Mike Morgan is saying he really doesn't think there's going to be anything torn attic about the system. But may be some more hail. We'll get into it. With your traffic and weather together on NewsRadio one thousand T. Okay. It's coming up. I don't know if you remember the shooting right before Christmas time, December thirteenth in an Indiana middle school guy goes in to try to shoot the place up he stopped by officers, but officers don't neutralize neutralizes himself will we know more about this particular case. And the reason I wanted to bring it up is so many times with a case like this. There is shock and awe and everybody freaks out. And everybody starts talking about gun control. And everybody starts talking about this that and the other thing nobody starts talking about what we. Need to be talking about the cause of a lot of these problems. And usually what happens is the sheriff's department. FBI everybody involved in investigating these things continues to investigate for months after and we never hear the results of that investigation. One particular listener had a relative that was in town at the time. And she sent me a article from an article from the local media that I wanted to share with you that basically underscores a lot of what I say on this program when it comes to how we need to curb gun violence, and it has nothing to do with taking the guns away to me. That's paramount to okay, let's stop drunk driving by. Well, let's just on that Leonard anybody drive. How about that that way that way we know there'll be no drunk drivers. And nobody's ever talking about that ever. But we'll get into that eight four zero one thousand and Leigh Matthews, Katie, okay dot com. That's the ease. Mail address to me and my phone number directly. I'm also available on social media, which we've got some to get to somebody sent me a pretty good idea for firearms Friday. I think it's a pretty good idea. And there's been a beef recall, you might need to note before you throw some burgers on the grill. Not only this next couple of days, but this weekend we've done a candidate for fifth congressional district who wants to run against Kendra horn. What is his platform? Who is he and what does he want to achieve? We will talk to him when he joins us later in the program to break his candidacy and tell you about it right here on this program on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. And is the president is Trump pivoting from healthcare back to emmigration Democrats were accusing the president of pivoting away from immigration and to healthcare is he pivoting back. Now, we'll get into that conversation with some of our correspondents. Who know a lot more about it than I do because they're in New York and Washington DC? See and part of our news division. Twenty four seven news on NewsRadio one thousand K T O. Okay. This half hour of the program. Brought to you by hill and company a train comfort specialist. It's hard to top a hill. And it's not hard.
"indiana middle school" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"David Marciano with this again tonight. Thank you. Rob a real scare at a middle school in Indiana today. Police racing do a school after they were tipped off an armed teenager was on his way to the school to they ride at the same time. The boy then shot his way into the school. And there was an exchange of gunfire before the student took his own life. Here's ABC's Alex Perez. The panic and chaos unfolding at this Indiana middle school and about eight this morning when a fourteen year old boy showed up outside the school with a gun. Of course. Investigators say they gotta tip place dentist middle school in Richmond, Indiana on lockdown and had beliefs on the way when the gunman arrived. They confronted him. He shot up the glass to the door entered the school the officers pursued those officers shooting at the suspect who fired back before taking his own life emotional end in shock appearance. Reuniting with their children may leave daughter rack authorities tonight searching the gunman's home and crediting that phone tip with saving lives had. They not made that call. There is no doubt my mind that we would be having a much different conversation here right now. All right. Alex Perez with us tonight in learning more about the fourteen year old. David investigators have not released any details on a possible motive, but say the gunman was not a student at the school. Those investigators tonight repeatedly thanking whoever called police to warn them about what was about to happen. David, absolutely, Alex Preston. I thank you, Alex. We're gonna turn next year to the wave of fake bomb threats on schools and businesses across the country today the unsubstantiated threats sent an e mails demanding ransom or that a bomb would be set off the NYPD and other agencies quickly determining threats were not credible. They believe, but they were forced to track down the claims just in case in these cases. And of course, it set off real alarm, let's get right to chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas now in peer, we know. Federal authorities are now involved in this this day with the FBI investigating this wave of fake bomb threats pumping seems like this across the country does of offices and schools evacuated. Hundreds of students seem streaming classrooms. Some put on lockdown law enforcement officials describing the threats as. Is not credible calling them crude attempts at destruction and to extort money, these hosts are very frustrating to law enforcement officials, they are responsible, and they say that they face felony charges up to five years in prison. If they catch the people David they cause alarm, and they take time from law enforcement around the country Pierre Thomas, our thanks to you, President Trump firing back tonight after his former fixer and personal attorney Michael Cohen was sentenced to prison..
"indiana middle school" Discussed on AP Radio News
"I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute. A teenage suspect is dead. Everybody else safe after a shooting at an Indiana middle school Dennis intermediate, President Trump's tweeting about his former lawyer Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison for campaign violations. Among other offenses, the president tweets I never directed. Michael Cohen to break the law. He was a lawyer, and he's supposed to know the law. It's called advice of counsel. And a lawyer has great liability of a mistake is made. That's why they get paid. Trump continues. Cohen was guilty on many charges unrelated to me, but he pled to campaign charges which were not criminal. What is Cohen think of President Trump now that he Cohen is going to prison Cohen advisor. Lanny Davis very very scared for the country and for his family. He was on CBS this morning Maria Boutin going to federal court in Washington this morning accused of working secretly for the Russians. She's expected to plead guilty in a plea deal. I'm Rita Foley.
"indiana middle school" Discussed on AP Radio News
"Entertainment design, just for you, then checkout, customizable, streaming TV from finishing. It makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended? He gives you, customizable, streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to spin dot com. Call one eight hundred eighty or visit a store today. To learn more restrictions apply. A radio news. I'm Rita Foley who's going and who's staying the president reportedly wants to get rid of some White House aides, but AP Washington correspondent saga megani? Reports from the White House. There's a problem. President Trump's considering high level changes hereafter the mid terms as he gears up for the effects of a divided congress, including democratic oversight requests to people with knowledge say he soured on both chief of staff John Kelly and his protege homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen who was thought to be on her way out as soon as this week, but she's likely to stay longer because she has no obvious successor. Kelly's departure has long been rumored commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and interior chief Ryan Zinke are also being discussed for replacement saga megani at the White House, forty eight dead more than two hundred apparently still missing in the northern California. Wildfire the veteran Howard Taylor got out of his home. Just in time telling us from his shelter in Chico. Ten minutes to get out. Flamed downtown who's already. Restaurants. Claims. Power falling the street. Car. Power. Those who've lost homes in the fire are suing the syfy gas and electric company blaming it for the fire. A thirteen year old boy who opened fire inside his Indiana middle school wounding a classmate entertainer before being tackled by the teacher will be sentenced today. He could go to a state juvenile facility until he's twenty one the boy apologized last week during a hearing Texas will execute a man tonight for the sledgehammer killings of his wife and two children is lawyers say his life should be spared because he's mentally ill was abused as a child. This is a P radio news. It was forty years ago this week the murders and suicides of more than nine hundred people and Jonestown in Ghana Jonestown survivor. John Cobb lost almost everyone. He loved when cult leader Jim Jones told his followers to drink cyanide. Laced fruit punch lost eleven total family members. Then you had to ID the dead, including the cult leader. There were nine hundred plus people just on top of each other help set up a memorial at an Oakland, California cemetery. Where many of the remains are buried some great people selfless people that need to be remembered Kavas on Jones's security team in only survived because he was away at a basketball tournament. I'm Julie Walker Francis. Firing back critical tweets from President Trump. A French government spokesman suggesting Mr. Trump lacks common decency. The French were honoring their war dead and terror attack victims when the president's set off a series of critical tweets Rita Foley, AP radio news. Entertainment designed just for you than checkout. Customizable, streaming TV from finishing. It makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Finnity gives you, customizable, streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps. Right on your TV with x one. Good expended dot com. Call one eight hundred fifty or visit a store today. To learn more restrictions applied.
Armed forces mark Memorial Day with social media messages
"On memorial day to pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice there were services around the country in washington president trump went to the arlington national cemetery and laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier there were also ceremonies at the world war two memorial and also the vietnam veterans memorial but former president george h w bush was unable to go to a memorial day parade in maine that he traditionally attends he regrets missing it he tweeted last night he is hospitalized he is still dealing with illness that he had had after the funeral of first lady former first lady barbara bush earlier this year school officials say a thirteen year old student critically wounded during a shooting at noblesville indiana middle school last week is improving ella whistler is doing better the science teacher jason siemens being hailed a hero he tackled the armed stew student who shot him three times but was able to stop that shooting last week those were the only two people who were injured starbucks today close more than eight thousand stores across the country to conduct racial bias sensitivity training this after the arrests of two black men last month in philadelphia and one of the starbucks stores that will to apologies and company leaders met with the two men and they also reach out to activists and experts on bias training to put together a curriculum for today's training for one hundred seventy five thousand starbucks employees on wall street stocks could drop after the long holiday weekend dow futures this morning are down nearly two hundred points as markets also sell off overseas it's a decline of more than one percent across europe and there were also declines in asia i'm dave anthony fox.
Indiana teacher who tackled gunman speaks about school shooting
"Way home the national hurricane center says sub tropical storm l berto has come ashore on the florida panhandle the miami bass center says that oh poor has made landfall at laguna beach florida about fifteen miles west northwest of panama city forecasters say heavy rainfall and flash flooding are the biggest threats posed by the storm as it heads inland over the florida panhandle with maximum sustained winds of forty five miles per hour alberto was moving north at nine miles per hour the storm was expected to weaken as it continues moving inland but forecasters say it will dump heavy rain in parts of the florida panhandle alabama and georgia raising the risk of flash flooding on this memorial day the nation pauses to honor those who sacrifice their lives for the united states bob costantini with details on president trump's visit to our most hallowed ground you time honored tradition of a president going to arlington national cemetery and laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns it is a way of paying respect to all of america's war dead president trump then moving to the empha theater for a traditional address to service personnel veterans and families they heroes who rest in these hollowed field in disseminators battlefields and burial grounds near and far drawn from the full tapestry of american life the president did not update the nation about ongoing missions in what are now numerous places the remnants of the war on terror and fight against isis bob costantini washington the teacher who stopped possible school rampage in indiana on friday is out of the hospital and speaking to the media for the first time are john dempsey has more noblesville indiana middle school teacher jason semen through a basketball at the school shooter then tackled him stopping what could have been a horrific tragedy this past friday at the school near indianapolis semen man who was shot three times made it sound like he does not consider himself a hero the person who isn't looking for attention nor entirely comfortable with the situation currently in i wanna make it clear that my actions on that day in my mind were the only acceptable actions i could have done given the circumstances jason semen is from the central illinois town of muhammad and also played football for southern illinois university at carbondale john dempsey wls am eight nine thousand nine hundred you probably have.
"indiana middle school" Discussed on NPR News Now
"American fruit growers are starting to ship more containers of fresh fruit in china again despite president trump's on and off threats about a potential trade war as the northwest news networks king reports cancelled shipments are being rescheduled northwest cherry growers have been really nervous chinese airline that usually freight's northwest cherries to china has cancelled all its flights for the season that's because of recent trade tensions the chinese of imposed a new fifteen percent tariff on commodities like apples cherries and beef cherries last about two days without refrigeration and in recent weeks fruit was getting entangled in customs because of increased inspections but now fruit appears to be moving again according to the head of the northwest cherry growers the chinese airline was special flights for northwest cherries has committed to fifty four flights just in time for the season for npr news i'm anna king research who track pollution have discovered traces of the pain reliever oxycodone and some puget sound muscles the areas where the opioid tainted muscles were sampled are considered highly urbanized and are not near commercial shellfish beds a middle school science teacher from noblesville indiana as being hailed as a hero after tackling a student gunman friday the twenty nine year old teacher is listed in good condition and a female student is listed in critical condition and i witnessed so the teacher jason semen ran at the gunman despite being struck three times by bullets and swatted the handgun away from him i'm jim hawk npr news in washington.
Florida, Indiana Middle School and Murder discussed on The Mark Arum Show
"The gulf coast beaches the georgia coast florida over main in the metro area kind of interesting parts of his pattern is that you can not necessarily get a lot of advanced warning in this kind of pattern that the skies are about to open up you'll go from just cloudy and kind of benign or even a little bit of sun to a big deluge and then back again wsb meteorologist kirk mellish tells us a flash flood watch has been issued for most of georgia alberto has become the first name tropical storm of the season witnesses say a hero teacher charged at the student firing a gun inside an indiana middle school stopping another massacre here seventhgrader ethan stone breaker weren't for him we could have a lot of us could have been hurt he pretty much protected all of us the teacher identified as jason semen a young science teacher he's recovering after surgery and other student also hurt a teen gunman is in custody a hit man convicted in the murder of a buckhead socialite thirty years ago has been released from prison philip harwood now a free man after serving a twenty year sentence authorities believe harwood was hired by lita sullivan husband james to have leader killed the retractable roof at mercedes mercedesbenz is scheduled to be open for atlanta united next weekend a one missing piece to atlanta's one and a half billion dollar venue now officials with mercedes benz stadium say the final construction phase for the roof will start on tuesday that means it'll have to be open and locked for ten days to work on the automation of the eight giant pedals that make up the structure that is not the last hurdle though once those ten days are up final commissioning we'll take a few more weeks the stadium opened last august jay black wsb news time eight thirty two wsb meteorologist kirk mellish mean to you kurt for faster like the five days that you could get another wsb advantage i mean he's spot.
Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run
"Seven seventeen friday night in boston beautiful night eighty six degrees red sox back home against the braves at fenway park no score in the first inning and good evening i'm jeff brown as we head into a holiday weekend here's what's happening in the wbz newsroom a student is now in custody following a shooting at an indiana middle school that wounded a classmate and a teacher police in portland oregon arrested drivers suspected of crashing into three people on a sidewalk then leaving the scene latest details on those stories of the cbs evening news coming up at seven thirty tonight and locally cambridge hires former state supreme court chief justice rodrick ireland to conduct an independent review of the april police arrest of a harvard student in ireland tonight two major exit polls are projecting irish voters have repealed a constitutional ban on abortions the exit polls by rt television and the irish times both project a landslide victory for the yes supporters seeking to liberalize the strict abortion ban in that country if the vote is confirmed ireland's parliament will be tasked with writing new regulations on abortion russian president vladimir putin is making plans to step down from his position in six years putin says he'll respect the russian constitution which bans anyone from serving two consecutive terms as president his remarks do not come as a surprise and do not necessarily mean he will relinquish power in six years according to experts putin has stepped down as president once before it happened in two thousand eight a maryland police officer run over by a teenager and killed in the line of duty has been laid to rest houses lined the route of the funeral procession answered iron a privilege to just be a part of something like this baltimore county police officer amy caprio was killed after responding to a crime one over by jeep for teenagers have been charged in her death at her funeral maryland's governor called her death the result of a heinous crime is sorry for that young girl abc news baltimore county maryland a new jersey school bus driver charged with two counts of vehicular homicide following a crash with a dump truck on a highway last week seventysevenyearold hootie mull dro senior being held in county jail tonight following the deaths of a student and a.
"indiana middle school" Discussed on AP Radio News
"The period of civil war has ended. It's definitely an improvement and totally not a lateral move. John Bassett, a plaque decks at and his intrepid crew as they explore astounding new world, discover their roic destinies and meet weird bug creatures and stuff. This is mission to. Two, six. It prevented science fiction hot cats that see my ex ex launching September. Another school shooting. I'm Ed Donahue the AP news minute police, say a male student is behind an Indiana middle school shooting. The situation is contained. We have to victims one and adult teacher and one a juvenile student who have been transported to Methodist and Riley hospitals of Indianapolis respectively. Suspect is in custody Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis as President Trump has sent on this hush ablation good news, the Korea summit where at me. That may have it back on even a day. After the president said, the North Korea summit is off. He says it may be back on again, police say the stepmother of a five year old boy missing and Kansas February led a private investigator to a body that detectives believe is the missing child flinching when he hurt himself described as a man who used power to prey on women. Harvey Weinstein was charged with rape and other sex felony. In the first prosecution to result from wave of allegations against him in New York, I'm Ed Donahue. The period of civil wall has ended. It's definitely an improvement and totally not a lateral move, join Bassett, a plaque decks at his intrepid crew as they explore astounding new world, discover their roic destinies and meet weird bug creatures and stuff. This is mission. Six and it provides science fiction, podcasts that see my exects launching September.
"indiana middle school" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I was a manager for de ones women team one of the male practice players was hooking up with our star player without our coaching staff knowledge wait what wait what male one of the male oh so one of the male practice players the probably late like a lot of the women's teams will have men on campus like practising it oh yeah okay i i i go i i thought than this was not a women's team and it was like and then out okay while he thought this was louisiana tech yemen stayed with a yes with pat summits sonko chief yes exactly so what are the male practice players was hooking up with our star player without our coaching staff knowledge at some point during the season their relationship went south and they proceeded have a full blown argument about their relationship in the middle of practice it was super awkward for everyone in the scout guy was asked to stop coming to practices for the rest of the year i imagine so it's nice on poor guy at an indiana middle school we had a very good big guy he played all through high school and went on to play in college but he often struggled with layups during seventh and eighth grade after the end of our disappointing eighth grade cs in our head coach had our managers go through every single game from the season and mark every time he missed a layup he then had them compiled them all into a single video i feel so bad for the managers because it was actually the longest video ever 'cause the sky sox with background music don't eat the whole way coach then ended up playing video at the end of the year team party and credited the managers for making the video let's just say the player hated the managers forever.