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"john angler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Freshman admit that unity might not last forever. Things might change when they start talking about. Controversial details of. What he finds border security moderate members from areas once held by Republicans like max Rosen New York don't support the same policies as the outspoken progressives. Who were also just elected in solidly blue districts row says the unity over the first step of opening. The government is simple that shouldn't be news. I just want to see people get paid navigating bigger policies will come later. Kelsey snell. NPR news the capitol. Michigan State University has a new president again. It's the school's third leader in less than a year. Interim president John angler stepped down last night after making insulting comments about some of the abuse survivors, a former USA gymnastics, doctor Larry Nassar. Michigan radio's Kate wells reports Katie Lawrence just wants to be done done with coming to these Michigan state board meetings done with trying to get the university's leaders to own. The fact that for decades one of its sports doctors Larry Nassar sexually abused hundreds of women and girls like Lawrence, even though some of them have been reporting at Thomas you for the last twenty years. Lauren says John angler at the school's. Interim president never seemed to get that they announced his resignation. Immediately tears coming to my eyes. I think like. I think.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Nine oh. Three MSU's board of trustees wasted. No time this morning and showing the door to interim president John angler took less than fifteen minutes for the board to not only accept his resignation, but make it effective immediately. We get more live and local with WWE Jay's Ron Dewey, Tom with their unanimous decision made less than an hour ago. The board sent a message they were done with anglers attitude toward the crisis and his comments. At some of the victims of Larry Nassar were quote, enjoying the spotlight MSU trustee. Dan, Kelly what I was particularly disturbed about is the fact that somehow this is over, and I don't believe it is over. I don't think it'll ever be over. I think that this is a chat in our history. And that we can't ignore it. Or forget it we have to learn from it. And I think it would be a mistake to try to suggest to the new president that they're coming in here with the belief that this this is all been done angler wandered to make his resignation effective next Wednesday. But the bore wasn't waiting and immediately appointed Ukhta as the new interim president he's executive vice president for a distraction named university distinguished a professor for his work in electrical and computer engineering in two thousand nine why haven't local Ron Dewey, WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty also hearing about a shakeup at Beaumont hospital in Royal Oak. Crain's Detroit business reporting that Rosanna Morris resigned. As president of Beaumont. Royal Oak Beaumont announcing this morning, it will restructure its operations and key leadership positions on February. I it has been a relatively snow free. You winter so far here in the state of Michigan. It's good for people. Who'd rather be on a boat, but bad if the snow puts money in your pocket WW Jay's Mike Campbell has the story. They're getting the snow blowers ready at Westland lawn and snow is the lead mechanic, we've been ANSI. I'm cleaning tools right now in the you know, as a mechanic. I'd rather be diving into machine trying to figure something out on board. So we need to snow bad. He says if you have put gas in your snowblower, like maybe in the fall might be time to check and see if that gas is still good if it didn't start within a couple polls you can drink. I guess I'll put some fresh stuff in you might be. Okay. And he says if it's still won't start or it starts and stuff. You might need a tune-up. He says those will run seventy five to a hundred twenty five bucks, depending on whether it's a single stage or two stage snowblower the good news is he says they've been so slow they've gotten all their service out the door. So they can get yours in and out for the big snow on Saturday. Mike Campbell, doubling up j NewsRadio nine fifty. Michigan state. Police releasing new information about that fiery crash that claimed the life of a man last night. Happened along eastbound I ninety four in Saint Clair shores about quarter to seven last night. Police say a Buick regal was driving erratically for couple of miles before flying off the freeway and into a concrete pillar underneath the Stevens. Road overpass, it burst into flames killing the fifty five year old male driver. An autopsy is being done this morning to determine if the drivers suffered some sort of medical emergency. Hey, there's a reason for those giant golden rings a hall road in Sterling Heights. What is the reason why let's get the story some answers live and local from WW J's, Charlie Langton. Good morning, Charlie. Good morning, Tom. Yeah, you're right. There's a thirty five foot golden ring in the median of hall road, just east of Shane or in Sterling Heights. The reasons part of a one point eight million dollar landscaping project to create a golden corridor on hall road hopefully to attract business deal like Shawn Johnson. It's amazing. I mean, it looks nice mixed area looks nice. I mean, sterilizes doing something different. Now, Sean the golden ring cost three hundred and thirty four thousand dollars. Wow..
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Between the squirrel road overpass and the square lake road exit, and that is in the left lane of northbound I seventy five obviously, a very busy corridor, and the backup is back to at least crooks at this point. But the wreck is on the left side people are being forced into one lane to get by on the right side. And that is why the backup is there. Again, they're still working on the cleanup of this accident. I'm up on the squirrel road overpass. And it's quite in-between. The accident is actually in between the two exits. And it can't get a good visual on which kind of what kind of vehicles are involved. But we had reports that it was bad enough that debris was scattered all across the roadway. Should I have to clean up after they get the vehicles out of here? Reporting live like Campbell, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty WWE news time is now six thirty three. Police investigating a fatal crash along. I ninety four last night. They say a Buick regal was going eastbound near nine mile when the driver lost control of the vehicle rolled-over car. Caught fire. The driver was killed. No other vehicles were involve the freeway was closed for several hours. The victim's name has not yet been released as expected Michigan State University. Interim president John angler has resigned in an eleven page letter from Texas where he's attending his father in law's funeral. He says he'll quit in a week. It comes after some controversial remarks that Larry Nassar victims were enjoying the spotlight. Wwl MSU board of trustees chair Dianne Byrum says they had planned to vote amount out board did not choose John angler to make these kinds of despicable comments. And they've happened more than once and I've been on. I was on the record previously demanding apology for these comments and. It's become to a point where it's a real distraction. And it's moving the university backwards a permanent replacement expected to be announced in June. We have the full resignation letter on our website, W w j NewsRadio dot com. New research suggests women have some control over the misery of menopause. CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Has a story Nippon's can feel like torture to some older women the irritability anxiety hot flashes. And more mayo clinic, researchers say women can help themselves by putting mind over matter. We found that women with higher mindfulness scores had lower menopausal symptoms scores. Dr Richard sued says, mindfulness means acknowledging symptoms if not embracing them, I'm saying do have to react to it or make it worse. Or can I just take a deep breath and let it pass. Pam coulter. CBS news, the state of the union speech could become a casualty of the partial government shutdown after house speaker Nancy Pelosi as President Trump to postpone. Phone his January twenty ninth address. Pelosi says she's got concerns about whether the hobbled government can provide adequate security Republicans say the move is nothing but a ploy to deny President Donald Trump, the stage, the government shutdown is now the longest in history yet one local company has seen an increase in business because of the shutdown and wants to help those government workers who are not getting a paycheck here with the stories. Live and local is WWE. Jay's Charlie Langton, Charlie. Good morning, Tom. He is the star of the long-running TV show hardcore porn, but since nineteen seventy eight less. Gold has been the owner of American jewelry and loan in Detroit serves about a thousand customers a day. But lately gold says he has seen an increase in business that he attributes to the governmental shutdown, and he wants to help we know that this time of year. Now, people are getting their credit card bills. And that's one of the things that the government employees are getting their getting their charge guy bills. And we wanna be there to try to help.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"New York City, the statue of letter low liberty US attorney BJ pack says the thirties acted on a tip from the community to head off any threat his alleged. Intern was the tack the White House and other targets of opportunity in the Washington DC area using explosive devices, including an improvised explosive device an anti-tank rocket. In an eleven page resignation letter this evening, Michigan State University. Interim president John angler says he will resign his post and one week. This comes hours after the university's board of trustees scheduled a meeting where the board was expected to fire. John angler trustee Brian. I'm told the Associated Press today that if angler didn't resign they would vote to remove him. And that he believed the votes were there. The move comes after angler told the Detroit News editorial board last week that women who were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar at MSU had been in the spotlight and were still quote enjoying the moment at times. WJR news time seven oh, two Senator Lindsey Graham criticizing President Trump's Syria policy after an ISIS attack that killed more than a dozen people, including at least one American soldier correspondent, Linda Kenyon has the story. The president will look long and hard about what we're doing Syria Senator Graham, saying the president's plan to withdraw US troops from Syria is premature and has embolden ISIS, and that in turn has led to tragic consequences to those who lost their lives today in Syria. You're defending America in my view, and Graham added in his words, every American wants our troops to come home. But I now think all of us want to make sure that when they do come home. We're safe. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill one day after the British Prime minister header Brexit plan shot down in the historic vote in parliament, she survived a challenge to her leadership. It was a narrow victory for Theresa. May the is the right three hundred and six the nose to.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I'm Brooke Allen. We do have breaking news this afternoon MSU intern. President John angler is expected to resign that word from gong new service. Just a mean spirited. I can be very did not has nothing to do with politics. That's university trustee Brian Musallam, we'll have more live from www Sandra McNeill at the top of the hour overseas. A number of US service members were killed in a blast in northern Syria. Isis claimed responsibility national security consultant Jeff mccaslin, now moving rapidly into being a terrorist organization, which can conduct these types of attacks. Not only in Syria, but also in Iraq, and we also seen ISIS manifesting itself. More globally. CBS news has the latest at three o'clock. An investigation is being called for by the American Civil Liberties union of Michigan after a US born marine was held in a detention center for three days. WW? Jay's Beth Fisher reports. ACLU attorney. Miriam says Hilmar Ramos Gomez marine who served in Afghanistan was turned over to ice by Kent County officials after he was accused of trespassing and damaging a fire alarm at a western Michigan hospital. Just what happens when you what you see the result of this ramped up, rampant, aggressive immigration enforcement. Offerman says romo's Gomez was only released one an attorney told officials that he's a US citizen that Fisher w w j NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news time to fifty two he's turning his love for comic books into a budding career. I'm Sandra McNeill, and this is made in Michigan. Dominic region of Royal Oak is the man behind mass bucket comics and the author of four comic books so far. The arcane awakening he describes as men meets supernatural. Joe's a descendant of Jim Morrison. He's drinks, whiskey and speaks and all doors lyrics, and ravage earlier is a cannibal as he consumes. He turns into this giant big red demon more eats, the bigger and stronger. He gets us inspired by my ex girlfriend. That was kind of mean tolerance how it happened to get inspiration from everywhere as you can tell his books contain a heaping helping of humor always in your head or where's your muse? Does it come to you at odd moments? That's a great question. I mean, there's the heaven and hell, and there's a little bit of a religious part to it. But it's not a preacher Cherchi. I'd say it was from twelve years of Catholic school. You've always have that religion class. And there's always just one book you can buy mass bucket comics in thirty stores. More at math, bucket, comics dot.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Stories at two fifty support for survivors of Larry Nassar. The Michigan State University board of trustees voted unanimously to reopen a fun for them today after intern president John angler closed it over fraud allegations hour-long meeting between President Trump and Republican senators on Capitol Hill is just wrapped up. The president says it was a great time was no discussion about anything other than solidarity. We want national security and security. CBS news. We'll have a live report for us coming up at three o'clock in Oakland County. They're gearing up for the big fire in ice festival. WW J NewsRadio nine hundred s Ron Dewey with more today's cold and snow. A welcome sight by organizers of the ten th annual festival coming up next Friday through Sunday January eighteenth through twentieth. There are concerns though of more spring like conditions by then, but Oakland County executive l Brooks Patterson, says whatever mother nature has in mind, they'll be ready met. How far we push it into February. Always at the mercy of the weather. We've made contingencies for them. Problem before when there's been no snow, but we went on with the festival is made accommodations festival which drew fifty thousand visitors last year will include zip line fireworks taste fast, featuring local restaurants, live music and even dog sled rides with wheels. If needed in Rochester hills, Ron we w w j NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news time to fifty one time for made in Michigan. He may feel like winter again, but a local man wants you to thank spring..
US, National Transportation Safety Board and Meghan Hughes discussed on Mike McConnell
"Hughes, has the, details what's being done to protect athletes in the wake of the, Nassar scandal. Senators will hear from the US Olympic. Committee's acting CEO Suzanne lions the head of USA gymnastics carry Perry and, Michigan state's interim president John angler adding to. The pressure more than eighty survivors of, Nassar's abuse will hold a news conference, ahead of the hearing the former doctor, for USA gymnastics in Michigan Athletics pled guilty last year to felony criminal. Sexual conduct this is the band's third hearing. On the issue Meghan Hughes, ABC news Washington the National Transportation Safety board says a pilot's fatigue and his confusion. Over. A plane's autopilot mode where among the causes of twenty sixteen crash. Into Lake Erie just off of Cleveland that. Killed all six people on board the NTSB's final report says pilot John. Fleming had been awake for over seventeen hours at the time. Of. The crash on December twenty nineth the report released yesterday said the plane's auto pilot was also not engaged as. It should have been just after takeoff I it was driverless cars now we're learning that pilotless planes may soon be a reality, on the, news podcast start here ABC news contributor Colonel Steven Gerrard says it's, just a. Matter of time before we see fewer. Pilots in the air the Farnborough airshow outside of London last week Airbus, was quite clear that by twenty twenty three They believe they'll have the technology. To begin to replace some of the cabin or. Some of, the cockpit, crews, today there is a recall on a popular snack for kids ABC's Dave Schreiber tells us what it is there is a voluntary recall on four types of, goldfish crackers over concerns about salmonella pepperidge farms says way powder. May have been contaminated in the. Crackers the recall includes flavor blasted extra cheddar flavor blasted sour cream and onion baked with whole grain extra. Cheddar goldfish mix extra cheddar and pretzel the products have been distributed throughout the US there have been no reports of, an illness Dave Schreiber ABC. News they stayed has reported Ohio's first human. West Nile virus case this year the Ohio department, of health says that. A seventy one, year old Lake County man had to be hospitalized this week no deaths of. Yet been reported this year most. People received the virus through bites from in Spain -ffected mosquitoes Radio seven. Hundred wwl. Sports here's a reds obey del CID Harare's pinch hit walk off a single in the. Bottom of the line sent the reds over the cardinals last night two to one this nap Cincinnati's four game. Losing. Streak Saint Louis starter Daniel daily owned through seven no. Hit. Innings against Cincinnati and his major league. Debut before Suarez led the reg two out rally in the ninth Suarez is two out. Solo Homer, off closer bud Norris tied the game at one. The reds then loaded, the bases in, rarest, single to center for the game winner Reggie cardinals, meeting gave, two of, their series, tonight Austin Gombar will.
Rival Koreas agree to August reunions of war-split families
"Seventeen year old antoine rose was shot as he in another passenger ran off during a traffic stop that car reportedly part of a ridesharing service correspondent kenneth moten has more about the officer who shot the teen officer michael ross filled of the east pittsburgh police department who fired those fatal shots he spoke with our local abc affiliate w ta he confirmed he was sworn in the night of the shooting but he's been on the job for three weeks and in law enforcement for several years he wouldn't talk about the shooting but said he's trying to deal with what happened investigators not saying whether rose was a customer or if you knew the driver of that car a new jersey man charged with using a rental truck to kill eight people on a bike path on manhattan's west side last halloween is scheduled to be in manhattan federal court today saifuullah saipa will face more charges in connection with additional injured victims saipa already faces the death penalty after he was hit with federal murder charges when saipa was arrested he reportedly asked if he could fly an isis flag inside his bellevue hospital room following that attack north and south korea have agreed to hold temporary reunions of families divided by the nineteen fifty fifty three korean war in august as they boost reconsiliation efforts amid a diplomatic push to resolve the north korean nuclear crisis seoul's unification ministry said today the reunions will take place at north korea's diamond mountain resort sometime in mid august michigan state university interim president john angler remains at his post following remarks about larry nassar's sexual assault victims ryan burrow has more after michigan state university interim president john engler publicly apologized for an email suggesting a victim of dr larry nassar may have been getting kickbacks from her attorney one of the msu trustees.
John Engler, Michigan State University president, urged to resign over emails
"Weekend the complete accuweather forecast coming up we'll look at that in three minutes along with some freeway closures for the weekend that are just getting underway this evening ww j news time right now is a nine zero six vice president mike pence making a pair of stops in michigan today stopped to rochester and then in birmingham that's where we find newsradio nine fifties john hewitt the first of those stops a private fundraising luncheon for about one hundred people at the townsend hotel for the benefit of michigan attorney general and republican gubernatorial candidate bill schutte vice president pence was very gracious and encouraging about mike campaigning encouraged everybody in that room just support me vote for me and encourage their friends to do the same and maybe right check along the way if you believe the polls mr schutte is the clearcut front runner among republicans less than two months away from primary election day august seventh john hewitt w w j newsradio nine fifty he has not stepping down that's the word from john angler michigan state university newsradio nine fifties jason scott has the story the former governor in a statement says he'll quotes continue to look ahead as john engler is the interim president of the east lansing school he goes on to say quote i'm looking forward to the board of trustees meeting next week where we'll continue our progress and efforts to move forward the statement follows a wave of officials including lawmakers and school trustees calling for his resignation this following a released email in which anglers suggested the first woman to go public with her acusations against larry nassar answer was probably getting a kickback from her attorney jason scott's ww j newsradio nine fifty in flint it's a water fight where there's a battle brewing between the michigan department of environmental quality and the city's mayor the department asking flip mayor karen weaver to sign a consent agreement that would give the state oversight over water system improvements weaver says history has tottered a question the md departments judgment you know we've had oversight by the state it lead us to a water crisis and and we are not out of compliance if we were not meeting the dates and times then that's a.
Metro Detroit students protest gun violence with school walkouts
"Morning restaurants not to serve it more than fifty people in several states have been sickened by e choline i'm christopher cruise seven sixty wjr news are meadowland room wjr news time seven oh two thirty two degrees the fallout from the larry nassar and sexual abuse scandal continues on the campus of michigan state university as survivors students alumni and family came together to speak out at a rally against bra board of trustees are calling for the resignation of interim school president john angler and that of the board of trustees student natalie rogers says they have a plan for their future we are demanding that they implement our proposed bylaw changes so that we can ensure that power is stored into the hands of the community rather than just ushering in a new set of trustees who don't care students also say they will continue to rally and voice our concerns and demands with the university until something is done students walked out of school friday across metro detroit as part of a national demonstration to protest gun violence in oakland county hundreds of high school students from roy royal oak berkley bloomfield hills ferndale and lakeshore public schools left their school campuses and met at the royal oak farmers market one student organizers says their goal is to push for change purchased gun violence race political where in teens as well as raise our voice to government officials and caused change in our government they also held a moment of silence to remember the victims of the high school shootings in florida two months ago this was the nineteen th anniversary of the columbine high school mass shooting in colorado this search for a highland park woman's killer continues nearly two weeks after she was found dead in her apartment fifty eight year old emma gene davis was strangled to death in her bedroom her family and friends gathered friday to remember the mother of.
"john angler" Discussed on WLOB
"The day since the columbine school massacre in colorado thirty two you're dead at tech somebody six at sandy hook seventeen stolman douglas high school she's at blue valley north high in overland park kansas a rally for change at michigan state university stemming from a sex abuse scandals revolvers of sexual abuse by former michigan state and usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar joining students at the university to demand that members of the board of trustees and interim president john angler stepped down they're supposed to be running this great university but how can you run a university if you can't learn yourself eighteen year old kaely lawrence's angler disgust a payoff with her last month that egli calls hypothetical former msu president to lou anna simon resigned in january amid victims claims that the school knew of nassar's abuse complaints though did nothing jeff monosso fox news top senate democrat new york's chuck schumer says his views on marijuana have evolved and then introduce a bill that would take it off the federal list of controlled substances letting states decide how to treat marijuana possession you may not know his name but the song might ring a bell evita a swedish born producer and dj has died only twenty eight years old his publicist just confirming it no word yet on how but he was in the country of oman at the time the two time grammy nominee did have health issues in recent years including from excessive drinking wall street right now a sell off continues the dow is down one hundred eighty four points dipping under twenty four thousand five hundred brady fox news radio wwl ob fm and am next with maine's.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"This is there was no collusion with russia during the news conference with the japanese prime minister and perhaps more than he has for a long time he shot down speculation he wants to fire robert mueller the special counsel and or deputy attorney general rod rosenstein who's overseeing muller's work they're still here so we want to get the investigation over with done with put it behind us rosenstein was the supervisor who signed off on the michael cohen investigation and eventual rate that muller's team handed over to the local us attorney in new york city that rate infuriated the president as he lashed out several times on twitter bob costantini washington many republicans in congress are not ready to endorse president trump for his bid for a second term correspondent manu raju says that he spoke to about two dozen gop lawmakers about supporting the president in twenty twenty for the most part members were mum saying it was too early to make such a decision they did not know if you'd face a primary foe and they were still uncertain the president would ultimately run for reelection evil the president has repeatedly said he would run he's hired campaign staff he's raised money he's held campaign rallies another apology from michigan state university official a special advisor to msu president john angler is walking back an email that she sent to the school's board of trustees last week during an msu board of trustees meeting nassar survivor kelley lawrence claim that she was offered a two hundred fifty thousand dollar settlement by angler the university's communications director said that was not what happened and an advisor to angler carol vivendi sent an email to the board after the meeting calling lawrence statements false and inaccurate and said they need to tread lightly so they don't have victims claiming they were being victimized all over again the vent he has apologized for her comments the activists who created the metoo movement is scheduled to speak tonight on the campus of msu toronto burke is a senior director at the girls for.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"J newsradio nine fifty teen who was sexually assaulted by former michigan state university sports dr larry nassar says the school's interim president tried to push a payoff in a secret meeting two hundred and fifty thousand dollars that's how much eighteen year old k lorraine says interim president john angler offered to settle a lawsuit when she met with him last month the proposal came to light during a board of trustees meeting lauren tells me he brought up money about twelve times just focused on money that is all he cares about this all he sees when he looks at any of us girls are dollar signs and that's his focus and it it's disgusting and it's insulting lorraine says she was shocked and embarrassed a spokeswoman for angler denies that he offered a secret buyout zaher heuberger ww j newsradio nine fifty w w j news time five eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids leslie clan any problems with the ride actually we have picked up a problem stephanie it's on i ninety four eastbound at nine mile road we've got an accident it's blocking the center lane as well as the right lane also have some some blockage over there on the right shoulder and traffic is a little backed up but everybody's getting by in the left lane and we also have a problem out actually he's not promise just some construction i ninety four eastbound at dancer road that's out between chelsea and dexter we've got some construction blocking one lane and that is scheduled to clear out of their next friday april twentieth by five am from the twenty four hour traffic center i'm lesley quinn for wwe j newsradio nine fifty thank you leslie well we've got.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"A day on seven sixty wjr detroit fifty four degrees at six o'clock good evening everyone i'm marie osborne did michigan state university president john angler tried to buy the silence of one of larry nassar's victims that is the allegation this afternoon by eighteen year old keely lawrence larry nassar victim she says that angler asked she asked angler to talk with him at a meeting she says she thought that if angler met with a victim face to face he'd be more sympathetic to their plight and she says she and her mother did meet with angler and msu vice president carol the venti was during that meeting that lawrence england said to her right now if i wrote you a check for two hundred and fifty thousand dollars would you take it we'll lawrence tells guy gordon she knew angler was after something he was really i think just trying to get information out of me that may be my turn tonight i have talked about you know we have talked about a dollar amount or if i would have known some inside information and he was i think he was just trying to be very manipulative and what it would take for them to be able to settle at the end of april a rochester hills man who chased a fourteen year old boy away from his porch and fired a shotgun toward him after the t knock on his door to ask for directions to school appearing in court to face charges today fiftythreeyearold jeffrey ziegler retired detroit firefighter charged with assault with intent to murder fourteenyearold brennan walker told police he woke up late missed the bus decided to walk to rochester high school but got lost on the way and he knocked on the door to a house on south christian hills dr dur nest that back then not again yes that back then the.
Wwe, Washington and Manhattan discussed on 24 Hour News
"News on newsradio nine fifty w w good afternoon i'm jacky page these are the top stories we're following a twelve fifty one and we do have breaking news into the wwe newsroom a sexual assault victim a former sports dr larry nassar says michigan state university interim president john angler offered her a secret payoff to settle a lawsuit against the university eighteen year old kaely lawrence confronted angler during a highly charged board meeting this morning we'll have the very latest on that following cbs news at one o'clock it's a story that you heard i on w w j a rochester hills man accused of firing an unarmed black teenager who turned up lost on his front doorstep has now been charged with attempted murder oakland county chief assistant prosecutor paul walton says fourteen year old brennan walker was traumatized the encounters the sheriff's deputies haired with the young man after the incident described him as petrified tearful upset walker was not injured the attempted murder charge carries a penalty of up to life in prison a judicial hearing has adjourned until two o'clock involves efforts by president trump's person attorney michael cohen to prevent federal investigators from using materials the fbi seized in search of his manhattan office apartment and hotel room this week citing attorney client privilege wwe news time is now twelve fifty two developing cars that can drive themselves is a serious business that takes resources and time this is jeff gilbert with the court chronicles today from sad's wc x two thousand eighteen yes automation will change our lives but ford's chief technical officer can washington says it's not going to happen overnight i think the public underestimates how hard it is because you see a lot of the hype in the media about how autonomy is here already and it's getting it's going to usher in our lives ford and other carmakers suppliers and tech companies are doing a lot of work on this and while they are moving fast washington says timetables or governed by safety we are taking a.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"At the oakland county sheriff's department or meeting with prosecutors at this hour to discuss possible charges against a rochester hills man accused of firing on an unarmed fleeing black teenager who stopped at his house to ask for directions to school speaking live on www oakland county sheriff mike bouchard says the fourteen year old boy had missed his bus and posed no threat to the homeowner he says he was running away from the home near crooks and avon when gunshots were fired someone running away with their school backpack back is not a threat in any way shape or form is so under all page of campbell nations here's this was unacceptable and won't be tolerated the homeowner could be facing assault and or attempted murder charges can't and teenager will spend three months in jail for threat written on a wall at a canton high school last month brennan cybele was charged with a felony for the threat that forced the closure of three schools i'm marked i cycle agreed to a plea deal which will involve three years probation counseling and testing along as you comply with everything that went on you walk away without having any criminal conviction and that's a major bonus and the cost for that is the four months wayne county circuit judge james shalinski who later reduced the sentence to three months saying that cybele had been a gentleman throughout those proceedings in a row michigan state university president john angler says that he regrets the schools response to a woman filing a federal rape lawsuit against the university angler said that the school provided an unnecessary amount of detail responsive he added was viewed by some as violating privacy expectations he faced a room full of protesters parents and sexual assault survivors of disgraced sports dr larry nassar during a university board meeting this morning a woman sued the school and its counseling center monday claiming that counselors discouraged her from filing a police report after three michigan state basketball players allegedly raped her in two thousand fifteen meantime state lawmakers are considering a laundry list of new laws in the wake of the larry nassar scandal including strict guidelines on the.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"One news radio nine fifty w w ta msu interim president john angler telling w w j this morning that he is going to work hard to move msu past the larry nassar scandal he says maybe even msu will become a model for the rest of the nation that's ahead facebook can add a housing discrimination lawsuits to its legal woes details are on the way plastic surgery it's not just for humans anymore that's ahead good morning i'm tom george good morning i'm roberta just cena for w w j newsradio nine fifty also coming up this half hour our sports human tony ortiz the red wings pick up a much needed win over the pittsburgh penguins we'll talk about that plus could michigan possibly have a quarterback controversy we'll explain coming up in sports at eight forty should see plenty of clouds today says accuweather with a high of fifty five degrees we've got some hazy dishes right now at metro airport in wine melissa currently forty degrees ww news time say thirty one he says you know some good could really come from this michigan state university interim president john angler interviewed live here on ww j this morning saying their focus is to create one of the safest if not the safest campus environment when it comes to sexual misconduct for crimes and the focus on have given us an opportunity to address the broader societal question maybe emerges available hobble but you know that's gonna take hard work we got an awful lot of people worked on this on the campus mr angler says he wants to resolve the outstanding civil cases with victims of larry nassar as quickly as possible maybe by the end of the school year president donald trump says the second amendment will not be repealed he's making that pledge one day after retired supreme court justice john paul stevens expressed a different view stevens wrote in the new york times that repealing the second moment would help congress and that gun control measures but the president tweeting this morning quote the second amendment will never be repealed harrison high school in farmington hills will have a new owner wants the.
"john angler" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The ramifications be at michigan state university in the wake of the larry nassar scandal what are the financial consequences former michigan governor msu graduate and current msu president john angler telling wwe j this morning he says he hopes to settle all the nassar related lawsuits quickly so that the school can not only he'll but maybe end up being a model for the rest of the country wishes all what could this be the asian because as we get this going hopefully we can get this wrapped up i love to have it done by the school here that's pretty aggressive all it takes is a strong mediator and parties who want to settle it at at michigan state that's always been michael they one w w j news time eight eleven mccone county will be getting a new county clerk now that a judge gave karen springer walking papers yesterday but is that the end of this controversy must get more live and local with wwe jay's legal analyst charlie langton good morning charlie good morning tom i often the looks of the home here on hudson street in warren the judge made the right decision karen springer just doesn't live here it's kinda got notices on the door saying it's pretty much unoccupied etc john he's lived in the neighborhood since nineteen ninety nine do you see karen sprayer ever living here no way at all nowhere there's got the only thing in there is probably raccoons and pigeons and rats and stuff like that but nobody else ever worked in there that's not good all right so she's out and she could appeal but likely she will not be successful although it is interesting area the law now mccomb county circuit judges will meet today or tomorrow to select a new clerk to fill out the term left by springer's removal reporting live in warren charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty governor rick snyder talking about road funding following a really rough winter full of really bad potholes more live.
Foot bridge collapses at Florida university, several killed: reports
"The collapse of a pedestrian bridge near florida international university in miami this happened a short time ago correspondent kelly harding says the bird span was recently replaced it was just saturday that this new portion of the bridges installation a portion being removed and then replace was completed and firefighters are checking vehicles under the concrete remains of that bridge near the florida international university to see if anyone is still alive miami dade police are worried multiple people may have been killed this afternoon when that british bridge crushed several vehicles it's not known what caused the structure to collapse the bridge was created to help f i use students cross a busy the roadway the new york times is reporting this afternoon that independent russia investigator robert muller has subpoenaed the trump organization for documents at the white house correspondent jeff zeleny reports such an action could challenge but president trump has called violation of the investigation if the president believes that bob muller and his special counsel team are crossing what the president sees is a red line into other areas of the investigation even though bob muller has a broad mandate doesn't subpoena of business records like this push the president encourage him to take that step that many advisors have urged him not to do in fire the attorney general a state senate subcommittee questioning interim michigan state president john angler about ms us handling of complaints against larry nassar and what angler and the msu administration is doing to make sure this kind of thing does not happen again do all senior administrators including yourself have to go through prevention of sexual assault and harassment training as a matter of fact we do carol vet he's taking hers today and i've got mine tomorrow and that's an online program but i will tell you that's also being reevaluated to in terms of its efficacy is is it good enough just like students have to also do this but we're really looking at is what we're doing for that first year student addict is part of the reason being with our ase tonight going to have that conversation we think it can be better the senate education subcommittee here's once a year from university presidents the panel asking angler how a sexual abuse complaint would rise to the.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"The msu president john angler about how emma she was handling now the aftermath of the complaints against larry nassar the nassar's scandal and what angler and the msu administration is doing to make sure such a scandal doesn't happen in the future the senate education subcommittee questions the university presidents every year the panel is expected to ask angler how sexual abuse complaint would rise to the level of being seen by the president of the university the state senate meantime has approved legislation to expand the time period for sexual abuse victims to file criminal complaints and expand the education personnel who have to report suspicions of abuse the palmer park academy in detroit closing because many building problems including mold which was seen and reported by some people detroit schools closing the palmer park academy as the building was deemed unacceptable as five hundred fifty eight students and the school will finish the school year by sending students to of the detroit international academy currently that's an all girls school the building's roof has been leaking for years when faculty members saw mold forming in a classroom they threatened to walk out the roof was slated to be replaced in the spring wjr news time ten thirty one for teenagers are behind bars they were arrested for a school threat to the whitmore lake public schools police arrested the males ages seventeen to eighteen three of them in one sixteen years old they're accused of making a threat referencing a shooting up of a whitmore lake school building northfield township police got the information of that threat on tuesday deemed it to be credible and made the arrest one weapon was recovered in their investigation in wayne police are investigating the death of a two year old boy who was found dead in his home on wayne road the child was living with the ex husband of the biological mother the whereabouts of the mother and the biological father of this orphan are unknown people who went through the north terminal at detroit metro airport on the afternoon.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"The motor city with mild numbers and some wet weather coming our way looks like a tonight tomorrow the rain kicks in or near forty out there this afternoon low tonight in the mid thirty's ninety percent chance of rain tomorrow high forty five could see some half inch plus rainfall totals from the weather channel i'm scott lawrimore on news talk seven sixty wjr and currently we have forty four degrees and we have some sunshine once again recap recapping our top story of the afternoon there's been a ski shooting at a school that stone men douglas high school in parkland florida the gunman reportedly is still not in custody according to the sheriff's department there and this is now being deemed a three uh situation which means that there are at least twenty people that have been hurt or wounded in this situation not clear if those our students this is a stu school of about three thousand students and we understand that many students are still left inside the building right now we'll continue to update this developing story for you throughout the afternoon i'm marie osborne wjr news this piece that guy gordon show on news talk seven sixty wjr awad remind my and perhaps you heard it there are cnn reporter had the location of this active shooter seen wrong the the cnn reports had lay clinton and of course that's a city that's near and dear to our house the hearts but desert tigers are down there it is not not not in lake lindt it's in parkland which is just outside of fort lauderdale and incidentally one of the latest updates come from w s via in miami and they see that the shooter is no longer on site they believe that he has fled on foot which means now it's a it's a very large neighborhood threat not just a school threats we'll keep you up to date update in on that in the meantime we know that yesterday the nsu faculty senate uttered a vote of noconfidence by an overwhelming margin against the board of trustees abut we can tell you that the new interim president john angler is moving quite confidently and taking action on a number of different levels and.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"The school while the board of trustees begins a search for a permanent president john angler was governor in the 1990s when the state prison system was rocked with charges that be meal inmates and even guards were being abused by male prison guards wjr's dick hafner reports that many lawsuits were filed the change the corrections department with being slow to act on their complaints charges of sexual abuse and other misconduct by male prison guards against female prisoners and guards at women's prisons were filed and went through the court system as a result of wjr news investigations bill martin became director of michigan corrections after the departure of kenneth mcguinness who was the director at the time of our investigations martin told the frank beckmann show it was very salacious and and in really disappointing frankly uh from the standpoint of law enforcement many reforms have taken place in the state prison system started under governor angler but not until the misconduct hit the airwaves dick haefner wjr news illustrates teen years ago today that seven astronauts were killed on board the space shuttle columbia three who strict michelle mcgann lichtblau was returning home after sixteen day research mission when the shuttle began to break apart as it reinterred earth it burned up over texas causing ports of the shuttle to fall from the sky it was later found that tiles damaged during liftoff allowed atmospheric gases to penetrate the shuttle's weighing causing the ship to disintegrate 15 years later loved ones and the nation remembering lives lost i'm clayton evil wjr news time 705 we're going to check out the roads with kevin o'neill thanks marie keeping an eye on a wreck in the city southbound seventy five at eight mile both shoulders affected accidents that's.
"john angler" Discussed on WJR 760
"And we have cloudy skies at six o'clock good evening everyone i'm marie osborne officials say this could have been much much worse a man going on a shooting spree and killing two people at two separate businesses before drawing has gone on police wjr's ken rogulski has the whole story to people are did wanted a trucking company in taylor in another at a stamping planted pottier they're not sure how the two shootings are tied together but sheriff mike new shirts says they fear to be very targeted i mean a new exactly where he was going in the financial allocation know the waiting for the gate open road word past a guard went right to that door one right to that window and then obviously when he got the water for he asked for somebody by name so given the amount of ammunition and his preparation i don't think he was done multiple and many clips of ammunition were found inside a stolen semi tractor from the taylor company the suspect is a fortyfiveyearold sterling heights man who the sheriff says is facing a bucket load of charges in pontiac ken rogulski wjr news lien randall was 17 years old and two thousand four when she went to police in meridian township and told officials she believed that she'd been appeased by larry nassar but after the investigation several interviews in a presentation by larry nassar the case was dropped thursday officials took the rare step of issuing a public apology to randolph for the handling of her case here's correspondent kristen holmes rian randall gay was just seventeen when she told police she been sexually abused by former dr larry nassar today more than a decade later a tearful public apology from the same police department that failed to forward her complaint to prosecutors according to the police report randle gay winter nasser for back pain in two thousand four during her second visit the former doctor groped and attempted to penetrate her the next day the teenager on her mother went to authorities but investigators believed nasser's explanation that it was a medical technique in addition to apologizing today authorities announced new initiatives to prevent what happened to randle gay from happening to someone else i'm kristen holmes michigan state in president john angler vowing to get to the bottom of the.