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WBUR

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

"Saying the bite administration is trying to ease public fears of fuel shortages and price hikes stemming from last week's cyber attack on a major U. S pipeline that stretches from the southern to Northeastern states. Colonial pipeline ships roughly 45% of the fuel used in the East Coast. The company says it expects most operations will be fully restored by this weekend. The FBI says it has traced the ransomware attack to foreign actors with the criminal group known his dark side, which is believed to be based in Russia or eastern Europe. Russia denies involvement. The cyber attacks. Impact is being felt at the gas pumps. Oil industry expert Patrick to hound with the price tracking site Gasbuddy says uncertainty is beginning to stoke panic. Motorist, in some cases are making the situation worse by panicking and hoarding gasoline, Don says places across eastern Tennessee, the Carolinas, Alabama and Virginia starting to run dangerously low on fuel. President Biden has said that federal agencies are monitoring supplies in the southeastern U. S. Fighting has intensified between Israel and militants in Gaza and Israel. Two women were killed by Palestinian rocket attacks in Gaza. Health officials say Israeli strikes have killed at least 28 Palestinians and wounded more than 150. Israel's preparing to expand its offensive. NPR's Daniel Estrin has more Two women were killed when Gaza rockets hit residential buildings in the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon. Gaza militants have fired several 100 rockets at Israel. Some were intercepted by the army while others fell short in Gaza. Israel says it's targeted Palestinian militants in airstrikes, Gaza officials say several homes have been hit in the strikes and civilians, including Children and a woman were killed. This round of violence erupted after recent clashes around the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, where more than 1000 Palestinians and several Israeli police were wounded. The Israeli chief of staff ordered the military to prepare to widen its operation quote. With no time limit. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The family of a black man who died during his encounter with law enforcement in North Carolina. Expect of you more body cam footage from last month. NPR's Sarah McCammon with more so far, family members of Andrew Brown Jr have seen about a 22nd clip from a single body cam taken during the fatal shooting bypass, putting county sheriff's deputies According to court documents. About two hours of footage exists from five body cameras. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster has ruled the family should be allowed to see roughly 20 minutes of that footage, which he's deemed appropriate under state law. He says the rest has no images of brown. Meanwhile, civil rights activists are calling for release of all the tapes to the public and for a special prosecutor to oversee the local investigation. Foster has ruled that the video released should be delayed to protect the ongoing investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR news You're listening to NPR news. This is 90.9. W bur I'm Sharon Brody in Boston. The federal government has given.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

"Colonial pipeline had to shut down its network. It supplies about half the East Coast, with its fuel cyber saboteurs air demanding a ransom to return the company's data. NPR's Greg my re reports, President Biden says the thieves or in Russia, but the hack is not thought to be the work of the Russian government. The FBI says this ransomware attack was carried out by a criminal group known as Dark Side. And Biden says it looks like they do operate from Russia, though he's not linking the group to the government. Now, Dark side has been very active in recent months, and they tend to target big U. S companies that can pay big ransoms. NPR's Greg my re reporting In North Carolina. Today, Family members of Andrew Brown Jr are expected to view more body camera footage from April 21st NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. That's when sheriff's deputies fatally shot the black man during an attempted arrest. So far, family members of Andrew Brown Jr have seen about a 22nd clip from a single body Cam taken during the fatal shooting bypass, putting county sheriff's deputies According to court documents. About two hours of footage exists from five body cameras. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster has ruled the family should be allowed to see roughly 20 minutes of that footage, which he's deemed appropriate under state law. He says the rest has no images of brown. Meanwhile, civil rights activists are calling for release of all the tapes to the public and for a special prosecutor to oversee the local investigation. Foster has ruled that the video released should be delayed to protect the ongoing investigation. Sarah McCammon, NPR News authorities in Russia say At least eight people were killed and 16 injured in a school shooting in the city of Kazon, about 450 miles east of Moscow. NPR's Lucy and Kim reports from Moscow, seven students and a teacher were among the victims of the shooting in school number of 175 and Kazon. The capital of the oil rich Tatarstan region. Regional governor told reporters and 19 year old graduate of this school have been detained as the suspect and appeared have been acting alone. Russian media report. The gun he used have been registered in his name. President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to the relatives of the victims and ordered his government tighten the country's already strict gun laws even more Lucy and Kim NPR News Moscow On Wall Street stocks are all lower. The Dow Jones industrials were down 240 points. The NASDAQ is down 86 points. This is NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Sharon Brody in Boston. At this hour. State lawmakers hold a public hearing to help determine how to encourage people to buy electric cars. WB.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:35 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KCRW

"A fuel pipeline operator says it hopes to restore its operations to normal by the end of this week. Colonial pipeline has been shut down by a RANSOMWARE attack. NPR's Greg Miami, reports. The Biden administration suspects Russian cyber criminals are to blame Colonial Pipeline says it's reopening some smaller parts of its network. It stretches more than 5000 miles from the Texas Gulf coast to the outskirts of New York City. The company says it aims to substantially restore service by the weekend. Colonial has not said whether it paid a ransom, though that's often the outcome in such cases. The FBI, meanwhile, has identified a criminal group called Dark Side as the culprit while President Biden ads he believes the group is likely operating from Russia. Cybersecurity groups say the number of ransomware attacks and the amount of ransom paid have risen sharply in recent years. Greg Marie NPR NEWS Washington In Gaza, Palestinian officials say at least 24 Palestinians have been killed and more than 100 wounded in a round of fighting with Israeli police in Jerusalem. NPR's Daniel Estrin says the violence is ongoing. Cross border firing of fighting is ongoing Israel is attacking in Gaza. Striking more than 100 militant sites targeting about 15 operatives with the Islamist group Hamas. Gaza militants continuing to fire rockets, Hamas said it was defending the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. And Israeli military spokesman says Hamas rocket fire is a grave escalation NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the emergency use of visors. Covert 19 vaccine in Children aged 12 to 15. The Fizer vaccine could already be used in 16 and 17 Year olds, Visor and other drugmakers are already conducting clinical testing of their covert vaccines and even younger Children. In North Carolina today, Family members of Andrew Brown Jr are expected to view more body camera footage from April 21st NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. That is when sheriff's deputies fatally shot the black man during an attempted arrest. So far, Family members of Andrew Brown Jr have seen about a 22nd clip from a single body cam taken during the fatal shooting by past quitting county sheriff's deputies, according to court documents. About two hours of footage exists from five body cameras. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster has ruled the family should be allowed to see roughly 20 minutes of that footage, which he's deemed appropriate under state law. He says the rest has no images of brown. Meanwhile, civil rights activists are calling for release of all the tapes to the public and for a special prosecutor to oversee the local investigation. Foster has ruled that the video released should be delayed to protect the ongoing investigation. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR news. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says there will be a vote tomorrow on whether House Republicans will keep Wyoming Congress woman Liz Cheney in her leadership position. She's third and House GOP Authority, but she's faced tremendous pressure to quit. Cheney blames former President Donald Trump over his role in the deadly capital insurrection, and she rejects his lies that the election was stolen. Nbcuniversal says it won't broadcast next year's Golden Globe Awards honoring the best in film and TV. NPR's Mandalay del Barco says the organization that hosts the annual event has come under widespread criticism. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association the H F P A, has been accused of many things, including shady dealings and a lack of diversity. Earlier this year, the Los Angeles Times revealed. The nonprofit organization has zero black members among the 87 who vote on the awards Hollywood A listers and their publicists have spoken out against the age of P A. And actor Tom Cruise reportedly returned his Golden Globes. Netflix, Amazon and Warner Media are boycotting the H F P A. Last week, the organization announced some efforts to be more inclusive and diverse. In a statement, NBC said it believes quote meaningful reform will take time. Mandela del Barco NPR NEWS China has released UPDATED Census data It shows the world's most populous country saw slow growth in population last year. Chinese officials say At some point the country's population will peak that will pose challenges for leaders because the data show China's workforce is also shrinking. I'm Corbett Coleman..

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Lie from NPR NEWS. I'm Korver Coleman, The fuel pipeline operator says it hopes to restore its operations to normal by the end of this week. Colonial pipeline has been shut down by a ransomware attack. NPR's Greg my re reports the Biden administration suspects Russian cyber criminals are to blame. Colonial Pipeline says it's reopening some smaller parts of its network. It stretches more than 5000 miles from the Texas Gulf coast to the outskirts of New York City. The company says it aims to substantially restore service by the weekend. Colonial has not said whether it paid a ransom, though that's often the outcome in such cases. The FBI, meanwhile, has identified a criminal group called Dark Side as the culprit while President Biden ads he believes the group is likely operating from Russia. Cyber security groups say the number of ransomware attacks and the amount of ransom paid have risen sharply in recent years. Greg Marie NPR NEWS Washington In Gaza, Palestinian officials say at least 24 Palestinians have been killed and more than 100 wounded in a round of fighting with Israeli police in Jerusalem. NPR's Daniel Estrin says the violence is ongoing. Cross border firing of fighting is ongoing Israel is attacking in Gaza. Striking more than 100 militant sites targeting about 15 operatives with the Islamist group Hamas. Gaza militants continuing to fire rockets, Hamas said it was defending the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. And Israeli military spokesman says Hamas rocket fire is a grave escalation NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the emergency use of visors prove it 19 vaccine in Children aged 12 to 15. The Fizer vaccine could already be used in 16 and 17 year olds. Visor and other drugmakers are already conducting clinical testing of their covert vaccines and even younger Children. In North Carolina today, Family members of Andrew Brown Jr are expected to view more body camera footage from April 21st NPR's Sarah McCammon reports. That is when sheriff's deputies fatally shot the black man during an attempted arrest. So far, Family members of Andrew Brown Jr have seen about a 22nd clip from a single body cam taken during the fatal shooting by past quitting county sheriff's deputies, according to court documents. About two hours of footage exists from five body cameras. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster has ruled the family should be allowed to see roughly 20 minutes of that footage, which he's deemed appropriate under state law. He says the rest has no images of brown. Meanwhile, civil rights activists are calling for release of all the tapes to the public and for a special prosecutor to oversee the local investigation. Foster has ruled that the video released should be delayed to protect the ongoing investigation. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR news. Good morning. I'm Lisa Ray. Um and this is W A B news more than 1400. Atlanta Public school parents and students say they aren't happy with the district's decision. Start high school classes earlier next year to make up for pandemic related learning losses. Lily Oppenheimer reports. The petition went live late last week to reverse a PS. His decision.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on AP News

"The family of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies and Elizabeth City, North Carolina on April 21st will be allowed to see less than 20 minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster issued a written ruling setting a 10 Day time period for authorities to share the footage with Brown's family. Ask what tank County Sheriff Tommy wouldn't, the second said in a statement Friday. His office has agreed with the Brown family's suggestion to review the video on Tuesday. At an earlier hearing, district attorney Andrew Womble said Body camera videos showed Brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at Brown's home. I might cross Theo down Jobs report on to McGuire with an AP News. But it's a Labor Department report. Some 266,000 jobs were added last month, much lower than in March and fewer than what economists were expecting. As an M. Biden says the economy is still digging out of a steep hold out of an economic collapse. It cost us 22 million jobs. April's total is far below marches gain of 770,000 jobs. Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant, Thornton says the disappointing jobs numbers just show that the recovery will take time. It's a marathon, not a sprint. And this marathon just lost. A little wind will get more and there is more coming, But it is it is. It's a long slog. Government surveys show Nearly three million people are reluctant to look for work over fear of catching the virus are also parts supply chain problems, delaying businesses from construction. Toe auto manufacturing. I'm Tim McGuire, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas visited a border processing facility in Texas May or kiss says the border challenge remains, but our plan Of execution is well underway.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on AP News

"Vaccination cards for $20 each toe undercover officers. I'm Tim McGuire Happy news. Mike Rossi, a reporting the family of a black man who was fatally shot by sheriff deputies and Elizabeth City, North Carolina will only be shown a fraction of body camera footage recorded at the scene. The family of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies and Elizabeth City, North Carolina on April 21st will be allowed to see less than 20 minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster issued a written ruling setting a 10 Day time period for authorities to share the footage with Brown's family. Asked. Portent County Sheriff Tommy wouldn't the second said in a statement Friday. His office has agreed with the Brown family's suggestion to review the video on Tuesday. At an earlier hearing, district attorney Andrew Womble said Body camera videos showed Brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at Brown's home. I might cross Theo down Jobs report on to McGuire with an AP News. But it's a Labor Department report. Some 266,000 jobs were added last month, much lower than in March and fewer than what economists were expecting. As an M. Biden says the economy is still digging out of a steep fall out of an economic collapse. It cost us 22 million jobs. April's total is far below marches gain of 770,000 jobs. Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant, Thornton says the disappointing jobs numbers just show that the recovery will take time. It's a marathon, not a sprint. And this marathon just lost. A little wind will get more and there is more coming, But it is it is. It's a long slog. Government surveys show Nearly three million people are reluctant to look for work over fear of catching the virus are also parts supply chain problems, delaying businesses from construction. Toe auto manufacturing. I'm Tim McGuire, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas visited a border processing facility in Texas May or kiss says the border challenge remains, but our plan Of execution is well underway and the results are compelling. He pointed out the change at the facility in Donna, Texas, rather than approximately 3700. Unaccompanied Children. There are 334 May or kiss says this is no place for a child and they will stay in government care until they're reunited with parents..

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Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the family of a black man who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina will only be shown a fraction of body camera footage recorded at the scene the family of amber brown junior who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina on April twenty first will be allowed to see less than twenty minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded Superior Court judge Jeffrey foster issued a written ruling setting a ten day time period for thirties to share the footage with brown's family Pasquotank county sheriff Tommy Wooten the second said in a statement Friday his office has agreed with the brown family suggestion to review the video on Tuesday at an earlier hearing district attorney Andrew Womble said body camera video showed brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at brown's home hi Mike Rossio

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To be addressing. The root causes of irregular migration. And working in the northern Triangle countries of Guatemala Indoors and El Salvador. My orca says the border remains closed. And he says the U. S. Is addressing the needs of unaccompanied Children arriving at the border and addressing the smugglers who are exploiting vulnerable Children and families. The European Union Statistical Office estimates carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel combustion drop 10% in the EU last year because of covert lockdowns. Greece and Estonia recorded the largest decreases of over 18%, while Malton, Hungary had the smallest productions. Major stock indexes ended the day higher than al up to 29 hitting another record that as that, plus 1 19 doesn't he added 30 points also reaching a record. I'm least Scylla. Sarah, this is Fox News. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM talk. The family of Andrew Brown Jr will only be allowed to view a portion of police body camera footage that was recorded at the scene of his April 21st shooting death. And Elizabeth City. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster said in a written order today that the family can view less than 20 minutes of the almost two hour long video that was recorded before and after Brown was killed by deputies and one of the biggest sporting Events in the world may be coming to the Triangle Triangle Sports Commission has been chosen to bid beginning this September on the 2027 F I s U World University Games Commission official save the event could cost nearly $90 million to run and that the area has large enough infrastructure to support it. That does it For now. I'm Mitch Evans. Hey, it's Casey a day for 106.1 FM talk and right now it's your chance to win. $1000 Just enter this nationwide keyword on our website budget. That's budget. Enter it right now..

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

"President Biden says the April jobs report shows the economy still has a long way to go to recover from the pandemic. NPR's Easter Roscoe reports employers added 266,000 jobs last month That was a lot fewer than analysts expected. President Biden says the covert relief package passed earlier this year was necessary, but it will take time for the economy to stabilize. He also pushed back against complaints that expanded federal unemployment benefits are keeping people from actively searching for jobs. Economy still has eight million fewer jobs. And when this pandemic started The data shows that more war workers, more workers are looking for jobs. And many can't find them. Montana and South Carolina, ending the supplemental unemployment benefits early over labor shortage concerns. Aisha Roscoe NPR NEWS The White House federal grand jury has indicted for former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd, the four accused of willfully violating the black man's constitutional rights. As they restrained him face down on the pavement and gasping for air. Will then officer Derrick Show Vin knelt on his neck showman has already been convicted by the state on charges of murder and manslaughter, is also named in the federal indictment. The charges against the other three include violating Floyd's right to be free from unreasonable seizure and unreasonable use of force. Sheriff in North Carolina says he will allow the family of Andrew Brown Jr to view police body camera footage early next week as NPR's Sam McCammon reports the family so far has been allowed to see one 22nd piece of tape from Brown's fatal shooting by sheriff's deputies. Last month, the family and their lawyers say sheriff's deputies shot Andrew Brown Jr from behind while his hands were on the steering wheel of his car. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster has ordered that the public release of the footage be delayed while an investigation is underway. But said the family should be allowed to be with sooner Now. Foster has given authorities 10 additional days to carry out that order. But passport in county Sheriff Tommy Wooten says his office will allow the family to see the tapes on Tuesday. The judge says the family will see about 20 minutes out of roughly two hours of available footage that's based on what content he says is deemed appropriate for disclosure under state law. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS The nation's auto parts suppliers are warning of more problems to come as they seek to deal with global shortage of semiconductor chips that has caused some vehicle assembly lines to grind to a halt. They say the chip shortages likely get worse before it begins to improve in the second half of the year comes at a tough time for U. S carmakers. Justus Demand for vehicles is rebounding from corner virus pandemic clothes Wall Street Rally it weeks and the Dow was up. 229 points to close at 7 34,077. The NASDAQ Rose 119 points. This is NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Josie Glory No in Boston. Members of the state's life sciences industry are criticizing the Biden administration stance on intellectual property protections for the Corona virus vaccines. The president says he supports waving those protections to ramp up global production of vaccines. The organization Mass Bio, which represents the life sciences sector, calls that potential move and extreme step that would forever change the U. S innovation system. The group says global supply issues can be solved by continued partnership between industry and governments, an experimental program and Chelsea appears to be working. That's according to researchers studying the guaranteed income program, called Chelsea Eats. It gives 2000 families as much as $400.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBUR

"People have a house and within addictions moratoriums. Future in doubt, with the White House announced is nearly $22 billion in emergency rental assistance. It's Hora one first this hour's news. Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. Secretary of the Treasury says she expects the nation's economic recovery to remain on track, but warns it may be bumpy from month to month. NPR's Scott Horsley. Reports Janet Yellen appeared at a White House briefing today to address the sharp decline in job growth laid out in the Labor Department's big employment report for the month of April. U. S employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than most forecasters had expected. Yellen told reporters she expects job gains will continue in the months to come. As more people get vaccinated and more schools and businesses return to normal operation. We knew this would not be 100 Day battle. Into these jobs report underscores the long haul climb back to recovery bars and restaurants added 187,000 jobs last month, but grocery stores and delivery services cut workers factory jobs also declined, largely because of supply bottlenecks that it forced automakers to temporarily idle workers. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington The former police officers involved in George Floyd's arrest and murder in Minneapolis nearly a year ago are now facing federal civil rights charges. Court documents unsealed today Reveal a federal grand jury indicted to tell J. Alexander King Thomas Layne and Derek Chauvet, who's already in prison and awaiting sentencing after he was convicted a few weeks ago on state murder charges. Children's also been indicted for allegedly using an unnecessary neck restraint on a 14 year old boy in 2017, His co defendants are due to stand trial on their state charges this summer. Judge in North Carolina is giving authorities more time to allow the family of Andrew Brown Jr to view body cam footage from his fatal shooting by sheriff's deputies last month and limiting what they can see. NPR's Sarah McCammon Reports of family so far has been allowed to see one 22nd piece of the footage. The family of Andrew Brown Jr and their lawyers say passport a county sheriff's deputies shot him from behind while his hands were on the steering wheel of his car. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster previously ordered that the public release of the footage should be delayed while an investigation is underway, but that the family should be allowed to view more of the footage within 10 days. Now Foster is giving authorities an additional 10 days. In a new ruling. Foster says the disclosure to the family should be limited to about 20 minutes out of two hours of footage. Based on what he says is appropriate under state law. Sarah McCammon NPR News India's broken another daily record in Cove in 19 cases, the UNICEF representative and India Yasmeen, Hawkes says. With the virus spreading so quickly there. Other countries in the region should also be worried. The Dow Jones industrial average has closed up 228 points more than half a percent ending a 34,777. It's NPR. This is not the 2280.9 W bur. I'm Jack let PR's in Boston. Members of the state's life sciences industry or criticizing the bite administration's stance on intellectual property protections for the coronavirus. Maxine's president says he supports waving those protections to ramp up global production of vaccines. The organization Mass. Bio, which represents the life sciences sector, calls that potential move and extreme step that would forever change the U. S innovation system. The group says global supply issues can be solved by continued partnership between industry and governments. Massachusetts is officially kicking off the third round bids for new offshore wind projects in the states soliciting project of up to 1600 megawatts, double the size of previous projects It has selected W bur is Miriam Los ER has more. It's for this next round may not just be bigger. They're also going to include more details about how the developer plans to encourage economic development, hire and train a diverse workforce and build a supply chain that prioritizes underserved communities. Unlike in the past, companies will also have to submit detailed plans about diversity, equity and inclusion, and they'll be required to work with the state to track and report progress. Bids are due in September, and the state anticipates choosing a project by the end of the year. 90.9 w bur. I'm Miriam Wasser and experimental guaranteed income program and Chelsea appears to be working as anticipated..

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of April. New this morning in North Carolina law, giving local court authority to oversee the release of body camera video has come under harsh scrutiny after a judge refused to release footage of deputy shooting and killing Andrew Brown Jr. The law says law enforcement videos, not public record and generally can't be released without court approval. A judge Jeffrey Foster, ruling on Wednesday that the footage and dashboard footage of Brown's death must be kept from public view for at least another month. After a North Carolina prosecutor said Brown hit law enforcement officers with his car before they opened fire on him last week. Is it backs up? It does make contact with law enforcement officers. At this point, the car stationary. There is no movement and officers are positioned around the course of the next movement of the car is forward. It is in the direction of law enforcement and makes contact with longer It is then, and only then that you hear shots released would create a serious threat to the fair portion, Orderly Administration of Justice and Number seven that company tallies necessary this point to protect either to protect an active Internal and criminal investigation or potential internal krill investigation, lawyers for Brown's family and racial justice advocates to cry. What they see is a slow movement to release the video of his last movements. The family's legal team says the law stands in the way of transparency.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"North Carolina Judge said the family of Andrew Brown Jr can view redacted police body cam footage in the next few days, but ruled against immediately releasing the video to the public company Challenge necessary this sport to protect an active Internal and criminal investigation or potential internal criminal investigation. You're almost consider what district Attorney Andrew Womble disputed the brown family attorneys description of a short clip of the video. Womble says deputies opened fire after Brown's car became a threat when they tried to arrest him on drug charges. Last week, Judge Jeffrey Foster, saying he believes the video contains information that could not only harm that investigation. It could also be seen. As threatening the safety of people also seen in that footage. Meantime, officials in Lynn giving their approval to a black lives matter Mural in the city. The story there from WBC's Carl Stevens, the installation of a black lives matter. Mural was first proposed last year by two seniors from Lynn English High School at first There was opposition on the council because of its location there in City Hall Square. But in the end, even those who first opposed the mural like counselor Rick Starbird voted yes, Over the course of the past year. We've seen a lot of divisiveness in the city. I'm hoping That this will help bring folks together rather than push us apart. Just before the unanimous vote of approval of the council president Darren's here, put on official covering walked over to those two high school seniors. Give him a hug. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. It's now 5 18.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nasser says astronaut Michael Collins has died. He was 90 Collins made history on Apollo 11. What I am pleased man. Neil Armstrong was the first to set foot on the moon. Buzz Aldrin was with him. Michael Collins was back in the command module. Speaking in 2019, Collins says he'd always been asked, Wasn't I? The loneliest person in the whole lonely history of the whole lonely solar system when I was by myself in that lonely or but And the answer was no Michael Collins like going to the moon, but I want to go direct to Mars. His family says Michael Collins had been fighting cancer. I'm Ed Donahue. Federal investigators have executed search warrants at the Manhattan Home and office of Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor has been under investigation for several years over his business dealings in Ukraine, although details of the searches were not immediately available. A person familiar with the investigation says investigators executed warrants of Giuliani's home on Madison Avenue and his office on Park Avenue and seized electronic devices, while the full scope of the investigation is unclear, and at least partly involves the Ukraine dealings. Correspondent Jeremy House reporting. North Carolina judge is refusing to release video of the shooting of a black man and Elizabeth City. But Judge Jeffrey Foster says Andrew Brown Jr son can see the video. Five body Keira videos big disclosed to Khalil therapy and his immediate family within one degree of kinship. And one attorney licensed to practice long state. North Carolina Judge Foster ruled that making the video public at this stage could jeopardize the investigation into Andrew Brown Junior's death. On Wall Street. The Dow down by 164 points more on these stories at town hall dot com. Pounds and pounds of for.

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Judge Denies Video Release in Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Judge Denies Video Release in Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

"Body cam video of the fatal shooting of a black man in northeastern North Carolina in a courtroom and courthouse protected by a heavy police presence. North Carolina Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster refused to allow the release of body camera video of the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr Bypass will turn county sheriff's deputies release may harm The reputation of jeopardized the safety of a person released would create a serious threat to the fair, impartial, orderly Administration of justice. The 42 year old black man was killed outside is Elizabeth City home last week as deputies tried to serve drug related search and arrest warrants. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"His first address to a joint session of Congress tonight, President Biden said to unveil his proposal in the trillions in five hours from now, our Deborah Alfa Romans at the White House president will unveil a $1.8 trillion American families plan that the White House says We'll save the average family $13,000. It includes free preschool for all three and four year olds as well as 23 years of community College for everyone. Will also extend the child tax credits through 2025. It will be paid for with tax reform and increases on the wealthiest Americans. Many Republicans are certain to oppose the plan. Mr Biden will hit the road tomorrow to mark his 1/100 Day in office with a trip to Georgia, where he will also meet with former President Jimmy Carter. In New York City home of Rudy Giuliani, who was raided by the Feds unannounced are Lisa Matteo says the former mayor has just released a statement through the Giuliani says the Justice Department needs to get its priorities straight. In a statement, the former New York City mayor and former president Trump's personal attorney said the department should focus more on Hunter Biden's hard drive than serve a warrant for Elektronik, said his apartment. The warrant stems from an ongoing investigation into Giuliani's dealings in Ukraine. Giuliani says the raid involves a failure to register as a foreign agent, which He denies. He added that Hunter Biden failed to register numerous times and called it a clear example of a corrupt double standard. Lisa Matteo CBS News prosecutors in North Carolina, say there is more to the story of Andrew Brown Jr than what's already out there. They say he drove his car and hit them before they opened fire last week, Judge Jeffrey Foster says while the family will be able to see the body cam footage It won't be released publicly yet. Video beheld from release.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The president has broken his inaugural promise for bipartisanship. President Biden has lost all credibility with the American people when it comes to working in the United way or in any way, bipartisan president delivering the speech on the eve of his 100 million office. Also in town Hold on calm. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the economy is getting stronger. But there's more to be done. What matters the most of the economic recovery continues to be controlling the virus. Economy can't fully recover until people are confident that it's safe to resume activities involving crowds of people. There may be people who are around the edges of the labor Force who won't come back in. Unless they feel really comfortable going back to their old jobs. For example, if I had left its benchmark short term right near zero in North Carolina Judge Jeffrey Foster says he's holding back on making body camera video from the Andrew Brown Jr case. Public video beheld from Release For a period of no less than 30 days and no more than 45 days. And that that will allow to allow completion of any investigation being undertaken by the FBI and by the district attorney's office in this county. Meanwhile, in North Carolina prosecutor says that Brown hit law enforcement officers with his car before they open fire. District Attorney Andrew Wobble told the judge that hearing that View the body camera video and disagreed with a characterization by attorneys for the family of Andrew Brown that Brown's car was stationary when the shooting started. Lower close on Wall Street, the Dow down 161 points. The NASDAQ off 39 Maura Town, Hold calm. While we may be able to postpone tax day we all know the I. R s is going to get paid. We just don't need to pay them too much. It's why if you've an IRA or four Oh one K..

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Into the mid sixties looks like a mix of sun and clouds. Start off the weekend on Saturday. Right now it is 56 degrees in Boston. Ah contract. MBT, A driver was released on $10,000 bail after being arraigned on charges of kidnapping, assault to rape and indecent assault and battery Ali and above Revere is accused of refusing to let a woman off the bus before that alleged assault Saturday night. Prosecutors say it was recorded on a surveillance camera in the bus and the woman captured audio on her cell phone. The suspects a contract worker from Paul Revere Transportation, who was driving the team bus from Orient Heights to Winthrop. Today's the third day of testimony at the federal corruption trial of former Fall River Mayor James L. Korea. We get details from WBC's Mike Macklin. Nick Burdi, your testified the JSA All Korea admitted he co mingled business and personal money while CEO of Snow Addle, the APP company Korea founded before he was elected mayor of Fall River. Birdie here. The chief operating officer for the company testified that he became concerned that snow owls finances were problematic. And Korea wasn't doing anything to fix the problems ultimately burning your testified he resigned from snow owl after being asked to sign a non disclosure agreement that would have prevented him from talking freely about company business. Birdie. You testified he was never paid for his work that's knowable and couldn't account for where the company's money went. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio Police body cam Video of the fatal shooting of a black man in northeastern North Carolina will not immediately be released in a courtroom and courthouse protected by a heavy police presence. North Carolina Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster refused to allow the release of body camera video of the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr Bypass will tank county sheriff's deputies to release may harm The reputation of jeopardized the safety of a person released would create a serious threat to the fair, impartial and orderly Administration of justice. The 42 year old black man was killed outside is Elizabeth City home last.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You could gain financial returns and appreciation over time and basically, AH hospitality type offering where you could take these amazing trips, Sally says. After about 10 years, there's a planned liquidation with the hope of being able to offer a financial return on the investment. Alisa Zee News 93.1 KFBK Let's get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk. Happening in North Carolina. A judge's weighing arguments on whether to release the full deputy body cam video of the fatal police shooting of Andrew Brown, the Brown family and media outlets arguing for the release. The past could tank county District attorney asking for at least 2 30 Day DeLay Judge Jeffrey Foster, telling attorneys there will be no decision made based on political whims of elected officials. Court intends to follow the law applied allowed to the facts and reach the appropriate conclusion, Sister attorney Andrew Malambo told the judge at a hearing after viewing body a campaign video. He disagrees with the characterization by attorneys for the Brown family that his car was stationary deputies were carrying out a drug warrant President Biden working non finalizing his speech for tonight's address to a joint session of Congress, his first since taking office. That address will be scaled back with only 200 members allowed in the chamber. Due to the pandemic and security concerns following the January 6th Ryan Michelle Franzen ABC News New Bern Permits going to be required will have that a news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Traffic PSP is on the scene and.

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"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"jeffrey foster" Discussed on KTRH

"All time. Sanji and Press Oh Fox News. Houston Health ran out of vaccines that the mega event at minute Maid yesterday, they said due to a glitch in the system. They overbooked the number of appointments and some people who'd stood in line for hours home without a shot. They were able to administer 5451 doses yesterday, according to the Department of State Health Services, another 333,000 doses of vaccine Will be distributed among 260 providers across taxes 79 of those hubs that could do large scale efforts. A small in peaceful group of President Trump's supporters showed up to protest at the state Capitol grounds in Austin yesterday. The capital is closed, former assistant director for the FBI Chris Swecker tells America's News HQ on Fox News. Officials will be watching state capitals closely this week. Each police department has different capabilities. Some are trained in what we call field Force operations, which is, in essence crowd control, and they work as a team. Others don't have that training, so I think it's going to be hit or miss out in the state capitals and of course, the departments have been neutered, or they've been under supported by their executive. National Guard troops called up in the number of states tomorrow, Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces when the article of impeachment will be submitted to the Senate Ktrh News time is 603 Jeffrey Foster a dog and then you couldn't give it back. Biden's did major by Joe Biden's German shepherds going to be the very first time To go from an animal shelter to the White House. The first rescue dog is actually a foster fail. The Bidens got major two years ago thinking they would just foster him until someone wanted to make a lifelong commitment and adopt him. But they eventually adopted him from the Delaware Humane Association. Now that associations holding what they're calling the world's largest virtual party for dogs later today. It's called the indulge aeration. The shelter says it's also a fundraiser to help more animals like major chill NATO Fox News The Rockets were short handed had just enough players to field a team for a losing effort in San Antonio yesterday, manage the only 38 points in the second half. Tomorrow night. The rock It's going to be in Chicago. That's more football. Today. The Buffalo Bills air heading back to the A F. C championship for the first time since the 19 nineties, and the pack is back. Today's divisional round pits the Kansas City Chiefs against the Cleveland Browns and the Saints going to take on Tom Brady and the Buccaneers High School State championships. Katie Tigers won their ninth title in school history..

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