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"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:24 min | 4 months ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is wide spread. So we know currently of fourty compromised high value targets, especially government agencies, but there might be as many as 18,000 targets is actually really hard to get the specific number but a fair a fair amount of target that cyber security specialist Thomas rid of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, here's top Senate Intelligence Committee Democrat Mark Warner. We have narrowed this Two companies and agencies that we know the bad guys got in, but they got in and they were in for a long time. So they're very deep. It may be ongoing. We have not discovered How we will ferret them fully out. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that this looks like the cyber attack was mounted by Russia. President Trump yesterday challenged the conclusion and says that it may have been China. The government's operation. Warp speed is on track to ship 20 million Corona virus vaccine doses by the end of the year as MPR's Selena Simmons Duffin tells us the second government approved vaccine. This one produced by Moderna is now shipping having to vaccines and distribution is going to give a big boost to the effort to get lots of people vaccinated and help Slow the spread of the virus and ultimately end the pandemic. And Madonna's vaccine is also easier to handle than the fighter by on tech vaccine that we were talking about last week. It is kept at regular freezer temperatures, and it comes in smaller shipments, which helps with planning. NPR's Selena Simmons Duffin. British police are putting more officers at train stations and on highways to enforce a Christmas coronavirus lockdown in London and the East and south east of England. NPR's frank Langfitt reports. Police are being deployed after thousands fled the British capital Saturday, risking further spread of the virus. People flooded London train stations to beat the lockdowns Midnight Saturday deadline. So they can spend Christmas with family members and other parts of the country. UK Health Secretary Matt Handcock expressed anger on the BBC. There's scenes were totally irresponsible on do you know the best gift that you could give somebody this Christmas? Is to stay at home and not transmit the virus. Officials say the spike in cases here is driven by a new, much more infectious strain of the virus. Italy, the Netherlands and Belgium have responded by announcing plans to hold flights in and out of the UK Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London This is NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm Queen A Kim. While Congress looks like it's poised to pass $900 billion in Corona virus relief aid still left out of the package. Any direct funding for states and cities. John Dunbar is the mayor of Yonville and the past president of the League of California Cities. He says he's frustrated with the lack of support. We've lost significant revenue as well as had Significant, unplanned expenses and not just related to the Corona virus pandemic. But here in California, we've had the worst wildfire year on record and over four million acres were burned and During all of that time, our businesses were also struggling. Republicans have resisted the direct funding, claiming many states are financially mismanaged. If you were hoping to make a last minute run to the Apple store for holiday gifts, you're out of luck. The cappuccino..

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's 5 30. It's KQED news. I'm terrorists. Tyler cities around the country, including those in California are watching the ongoing congressional negotiations over the next pandemic stimulus bill. And they don't like what they see. Congress is planning to continue talks this weekend. But the bipartisan bill being worked out will likely not contain direct assistance to states or cities, which have been financially hammered by the pandemic. John Dunbar is the mayor of Yonville in the past president of the League of California cities and mayor, I guess, first off just your reaction to the likelihood that there won't be any direct assistance to cities or states in this bill. It's really frustrating that Congress can't Get a package that includes direct and flexible funding for local government, and we've lost significant revenue as well as had significant, unplanned expenses and not just related to The Corona virus pandemic. But here in California, we've had the worst wildfire year on record, and during all of that time, our businesses were also struggling. Hopefully, we're still hopeful. We will see support at least directly to our local business sector so they can get some relief in some support, but it is it is very frustrating. Being elected officials without giving that kind of support from our federal government. Yeah, it does seem that there will be something for for businesses. Republicans say they're resistant to directly fund states because in their mind, some are financially mismanaged, and they don't want to provide what they say is a slush fund. So instead, Democrats seem to be pushing for the Federal Emergency Management Agency to distribute pandemic funding to states and cities. Would that be helpful, and you think this is an acceptable compromise? Well, we need financial support from wherever we can get it on. I think that there are different colors of money that could come out of Washington, and all of it can be helpful What we have been asking for throughout this pandemic, and actually, even before that. From local government is we've been asking for direct, inflexible funding to avoid that issue. If there is concerned that money this is going to state isn't trickling down two counties and cities In towns. Then we welcome the responsibility and the transparency that we can provide. If that money comes directly to the cities and towns that need it. And what do you think? The likelihood is of that? I do have faith that our partners in Washington understand. The consequences of not supporting us at the local level we are providing coursers is to our communities that we cannot stop. We can't stop funding public safety and Firefighters and utilities and public education. All of those things are really speak to the core of what local governments deliver. I think there has been a groundswell of many voices, not just elected officials, but many voices, really calling out for Washington to do the right thing and support us here. This is where it's all happening in our streets. In our local businesses in our homes where people are losing their jobs, worried about their next mortgage or rent payment. This is where it matters most. And so we feel like Congress needs to really do the right thing and support us. Okay, Mayor. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you very much. John Dunbar is the mayor of Yonville and the past president of the League of California Cities. And I'm terrace. Tyler KQED News. Thousands of restaurants are struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic, and many won't be able to pay rent. Even with the new relief bill. A look at the restaurant industry is coming up next on all things considered. Support for KQED comes from Silicon Valley Community Foundation, whose donors contributed $500 million to local nonprofits in 2020, including for pandemic relief. Area residents still need help to join these local efforts. Visit Silicon Valley CF Data Warg, Donate your vehicle to KQED and reroute your pollution with an environmentally responsible solution. 86% of a car can be recycled and reused. Donating helps remove your car responsibly and professionally. Kqed dot org's flash cars. The National Weather Service says.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KGO 810

"With you the United States Europe Japan China and India are spending trillions of dollars trying to keep the global economy from sinking into depression that figure according to CNN here in the U. S. Congress has approved two point two trillion with more coming winning five hundred the congressman Katie Porter sits on the house oversight committee she spoke with KGO eight times morning show talking about watching exactly where that money goes is really the five hundred billion that went to the treasury department and is being leveraged by the federal reserve it could ultimately account to an estimated forty six trillion dollars to attend incredibly large amount of money and I thought first you know that someone involved in blowing the whistle on the misconduct of thanks during the foreclosure crisis how important it is to put appropriate conditions in terms on the money before it goes out the door oversight should be an active real calling activity I want you to know Kim's I'm sitting here listening nifty would order the magnificent interview this morning with Katie Porter actually wonderful but everybody should know that the number that was used by congressman Porter was a little bit short we have since this crisis began less than two months ago seven trillion did you hear that seven trillion dollars has been appropriated and she's right there has to be oversight we have to make sure but make no mistake this is not free money this is money we're appropriating to prevent disaster economically and health wise seven trillion dollars never seen anything like it thank you John you're welcome in other news California's four hundred eighty two cities say they will collectively lose six point seven billion dollars over the next two years because of the corona virus the league of California cities says most cities will have to lay off workers and cut basic services this video of young bell located in the wine country gets seventy four percent of its money from sales and hotel taxes and the mayor there John Dunbar says the city expects to lose sixty percent of its revenue in the upcoming budget grass valley councilwoman Jan Arbuckle said their study will likely have to cut public safety spending if the coronavirus restrictions continue much longer a federal judge's blocking a California law requiring background checks to buy ammunition U. S. district judge Roger Benitez acting today after the California rifle and pistol association asked him to stop the checks and related restrictions on ammo sales voters approved toughening California's already strict firearms laws in twenty sixteen and the restrictions took effect last July judge ruled the restrictions violate the right to bear arms we will take a look at your traffic around the bay area next on cage you let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Com from your breaking news station i'm remote and bring cnn is reporting the us military has been working on plans to send more troops to syria or from correspondent barbara starr military plans are in the works that could fend dozens of additional us troops ten northern syria defense officials say just as president trump was saying this will become another syria like very soon let the other people take care of it now killed in northern syria hours after president trump said the us should get out army master sergeant john dunbar and search matt ten row of the uk both killed in an ict blast while on a classified mission to capture or kill an isis operative a democratic candidate for governor is trying to keep an opponent off the june primary ballot the albuquerque journal reports jeff abadaka claims in the lawsuit that state senator joseph surmount is didn't submitted a petition signatures survived says he expects to stay in the legal challenge the other democratic candidate in the race is congresswoman michelle luhan grisham in eastern new mexico a man is charged with homicide by vehicle for allegedly causing a fatal accident while driving drunk so he police say year thirtyoneyearold carlos navarette of portalis was traveling southbound on highway seventy at a high rate of speed early saturday what is pickup rear ended another vehicle causing it to overturn driver fortyoneyearold jose saldana pinellas was ejected and died at the scene april is sexual assault awareness month gloria marcotte is an officer with the rio rancho police department and also self defense instructor marquette says it's important to make sure law enforcement officers are trained in how to respond and investigate sexual assault cases we are very big advocates especially up in rio rancho about making sure everybody's trained in this specific area we're doing it right now in new mexico marquan says one in four women and one in twenty men will experience some form of sexual violence in there lifetime's seventy four degrees in albuquerque the news sponsored by reams nursery i'm larry mullen prank on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k kk obi motor city madman speaks out bagging do you have sleep apnea are you.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"External very much supporting mental health river veterans that john dunbar he's on the pathway home board of directors in the mayor of yawn fell he concedes that the pathway home no longer treat extreme cases a ptsd but he says the organisation's new mission of helping veterans enter school and jobs reaches a broader population yet caldwell worries pathways new direction means veterans with severe cia sharma like albert wong have fewer places to seek help we sent our guys over to combat expected them to kill and there are similar suggestion be normal and reintegrate into society and it's just real effect i melissa zhong perry kqed news we're going to change topics now for kqed science there's a new ocean emerging at the top of the world thank the north pole as the planet warms the arctic is warming more than twice as fast in ice cover is disappearing average summer sea ice has declined by more than a third since 1979 that's roughly equal to the entire area of the western us this means more than rising sea levels and polar bears at their wit's end this is already affecting us shifting global trade routes and altering the balance of power between countries surrounding the arctic we're going to talk about all of this with fran olmer she's the chair of the us arctic research commission and a visiting professor at stanford good morning good morning so you have been to the north pole in the summertime last summer i understand in my correct summer of 2017 i went to the north pole and a russian nuclear icebreaker wow and the day we got to the north pole it rained hung which was stunning to me and also to the captain of the ice breaker who had not seen before while also yeah it was another reminder of how rapidly things are changing in the north and what have you heard about.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A moderate and former federal prosecutor and republican rexecode an ardent conservative in member of the pennsylvania house the gop isn't taking the race for granted this past weekend trump held a rally for sokoto to try to boost the candidate the republican has taken fire for running a campaign that some say lacks the energy and discipline on lamb side for the gop defeat here what some called trump country could foreshadow broader losses in the upcoming midterm elections national republican groups has spent millions on the race in there hoping trump's visit will motivate enough voters to turn out for sokoto for npr news i'm only herring in pittsburgh north korean state media have been silent on the potential summits with the us and south korea npr's he leaves he reports south korea suspects this was because pyongyang is being cautious north korean state media haven't covered kim germans invitation to meet us president donald trump the tightly controlled state information arms did note a visit to pyongyang by south korean on voice last week during which south korea says kim invited south korean president moon jae in and us president trump for facetoface meetings further the foreign ministry in seoul says it has received no official response from the north about the usnorth korea summit trump last week agreed to a meeting with kim jong un by may the two koreas meanwhile will hold a summit at the interkorean border in april elite few npr news soul a plane has crashed at the airport in nepal capital kathmandu at least thirty eight people have been killed and several others injured about seventy people were aboard the plane you're listening to npr news from kqed news good morning i'm brian watt the treatment facility in napa county where an army veteran killed three people and himself on friday has been shut down indefinitely the pathway home is where albert wong killed executive director christine lober clinical director jennifer golik and jennifer gonzalez a clinical cycle colleges with the veteran's affairs healthcare system who was seven months pregnant over the weekend yacht bill maher john dunbar said lo lober often stayed overnight.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trump was supposed to be in western pennsylvania for help republican rick sakorn keeper congressional seat at the gop has half for years the special election is tuesday the polls are tight but mr trump was winging it widely as he addressed a saturday night crowd there were nicknames and insults for many people not on the ballot he'll sort thoughts on the next election and oprah winfrey as well at love oprah to win i'd love to beat out for i know her weakness no no i know are we were questioned in tuesday's congressional races those mr trump have some weaknesses tool president trump he wants to be able to continue to brag and say this is trump country and it's a place where i've been able to maintain support since the election since delivering tax cuts and these new tariffs on aluminum and steel but if president trump and republicans lose this district to a centrist democrat it's possibly a sign of things to come during midterm elections later this year serbia of news correspondent all border in northern california there's warning and reflection on fridays apparent murder suicide at a veterans home police say former resident undecorated war veteran albert wong killed three female employees of pathway home north of san francisco yacht role california mayor john dunbar iran members of the pathway on family in the yountville family loss three beautiful people yesterday we also lost one of our heroes who clearly had demons planned pomona california near la is mourning the death of one police officer hoping for the recovery of another both allegedly shot by a man now in custody following of fifteen hour standoff with a swath team the past ten days or so whether did a real number on which of the northeast wbz radio's kim tunnicliff has been in march field massachusetts checking on recovery efforts steady stream of residents from march field situated in.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Polls are tied but mr trump was winging it widely as he addressed a saturday night crowd there were nicknames and insults for many people not on the ballot he'll sort thoughts on the next election and oprah winfrey as well at love over it to win i'd love to beat out for i know her weakness no no i know are we look question in tuesday's congressional races those mr trump have some weaknesses tool president trump he wants to be able to continue to brag and say this is trump country and it's a place where i've been able to maintain support since the election since delivering tax cuts and these new tariffs on aluminum and steel but if president trump and republicans lose this district to a centrist democrat it's possibly a sign of things to come during midterm elections later this year serbia of news correspondent or all border in northern california there's warning and reflection on fridays apparent murder suicide at a veteran's home we say former resident undecorated war veteran albert wong killed three female employees of pathway home north of san francisco yacht role california mayor john dunbar i n members of the halfway on family in the yountville family lost three beautiful people yesterday we also lost uh one of our heroes who clearly had demons plan pomona california near la is mourning the death of one police officer hoping for the recovery of another both allegedly shot by a man now in custody following of fifteen hour standoff with us what team the past ten days or so whether did a real number on which of the northeast wbz radio's kim tunnicliff has been in march field massachusetts checking on recovery efforts steady stream of residents from march field situated in duct stary are filing into the resource center here at the martin sinner elementary school what if he agencies taking part is the salvation army where helping people with vouchers stop and shop were also given out vouchers to the salvation army threats still has where we're able to help out with furniture clothing household goods the vouchers are coming in handy for people like elaine mccarthy of ham iraq i have two refrigerator and free says that a fall but i lost power for well over.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KOMO

"Informed this is komo news 1000 fm 977 komo news dot com there should be able to farm workers to put more were burning of 40s california veterans home sugar wall which a decorated veteran who served in afghanistan he was a former quiet at the pathway home which treats veterans who have ptsd more now from abc's day packard the victims executive director christine lober clinical director jennifer garlic and psychologist jennifer gonzalez their bodies found with wong's after a 30s entered the state owned veterans home john dunbar mayor of young field california the three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans president trump tweeting he's deeply saddened by the tragic situation the head of california's veterans affairs saying they're working with law enforcement to understand what happened long's motive unclear at this time dave packer abc news the trump administration has moved one step closer to banning bump stocks those devices that make a semi automatic rifle operate like a machinegun president trump's justice department has submitted a notice to the white house of appropos regulation to ban dumped stocks the move comes after president trump directed the attorney general to outlaw the devices in the wake of last month's deadly shooting at a florida high school bumped stocks were not used in the parkland shooting but were used in last year's machinating in las vegas the white house is expected to release a full list of reforms the president will champion to improve school safety in the coming days gordon phelps abc news the white house is travelling anywhere near the waterfront there in bremerton near the shipyards you might see traffic slowing a bit that's because after six months on deployment the.

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DOJ takes regulatory step towards bump stock ban

News, Traffic and Weather

01:39 min | 3 years ago

DOJ takes regulatory step towards bump stock ban

"Informed this is komo news 1000 fm 977 komo news dot com there should be able to farm workers to put more were burning of 40s california veterans home sugar wall which a decorated veteran who served in afghanistan he was a former quiet at the pathway home which treats veterans who have ptsd more now from abc's day packard the victims executive director christine lober clinical director jennifer garlic and psychologist jennifer gonzalez their bodies found with wong's after a 30s entered the state owned veterans home john dunbar mayor of young field california the three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans president trump tweeting he's deeply saddened by the tragic situation the head of california's veterans affairs saying they're working with law enforcement to understand what happened long's motive unclear at this time dave packer abc news the trump administration has moved one step closer to banning bump stocks those devices that make a semi automatic rifle operate like a machinegun president trump's justice department has submitted a notice to the white house of appropos regulation to ban dumped stocks the move comes after president trump directed the attorney general to outlaw the devices in the wake of last month's deadly shooting at a florida high school bumped stocks were not used in the parkland shooting but were used in last year's machinating in las vegas the white house is expected to release a full list of reforms the president will champion to improve school safety in the coming days gordon phelps abc news the white house is travelling anywhere near the waterfront there in bremerton near the shipyards you might see traffic slowing a bit that's because after six months on deployment the.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KOMO

"Now we can our weather forecast looking at some clouds rolling in by late tonight overnight low of forty degrees upper theories and outlying areas no worry of any rain were still on for sunshine sunday low to mid 60s for the high and very pleasant and a little bit of wind not much monday upper 60s to near 70 in the outlying areas with lots of sunshine and clouds rolling sometime late monday to bring a chance of rain tuesday highs in the mid50s that's the latest from the komo weather center stay connected stay informed this is komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven paint komonewscomfire bench beautify mark to christopher more we're learning as authorities say california veterans home shooter albert maung was a decorated veteran who served in afghanistan he was a former client at the pathway home which treats veterans would ptsd more now from abc's day packard the victims executive director christine loh clinical director jennifer garlic and psychologist jennifer gonzalez their bodies found with long's after authorities entered the stateowned veterans all john dunbar mayor of young feel california the three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans president trump tweeting he's deeply saddened by the tragic situation the head of california's veterans affairs they're working with law enforcement to understand what happened wong's motive unclear at this time dave packer abc news the trump administration has move one step closer to banning bump stocks those devices that make a semi automatic rifle operate like a machinegun president trump's justice department has submitted a notice to the white house of appropos regulation to ban bumps stocks the move comes after president trump directed the attorney general to outlaw the devices in the wake of last month's deadly shooting at a florida high school bumped stocks were not used in the parkland shooting but were used in last year's machinating in las vegas the white house is expected to release a full list of reforms the president will champion to improve school safety in the coming days jordan phelps abc news the white house is travelling anywhere near the waterfront there in bremerton near the shipyards you might she traffic slowing of bit.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The march in silence to nearby marjorie stolen douglas high school the rupp was short less than a mile but ended at the expensive makeshift memorial on the far edge of campus organizers from douglas are calling for more gun control in a ban on semiautomatic weapons on friday florida governor rick scott side a school safety bill that lead sweeping changes to the states gun laws hours after signing the bill the national rifle association filed a suit arguing that the new law with unconstitutional directed booker npr news park in florida former white house strategist steve bannon is touring europe meeting with populist leaders enters eleanor beardsley reports today he told farright ralliers in france to embrace the accusation of racism as a badge of honour bannon arrived in italy to congratulate the populist candidate too toppled the establishment in general elections this week he then moved on to soreq switzerland where he claimed to have a fascinating meeting with the leaders of germany's farright party his visit culminated in an address to the annual congress of marine le pen's national front party what i've learned is your part of a worldwide movement that is bigger than france bigger than italy bigger than hungary bigger than all of it in history is on our side bannon says european populists tell him they wanna media outlet for their views like breitbart eleanor beardsley impair news paris you're listening to npr news from washington from kqed news i'm jeremy siegel members of the yawn phil community are mourning the three victims of a deadly shooting at a veteran's home there yesterday authorities say the gun men and three women were found dead after a hostage standoff at the pathway home treatment center one of the victims has been identified as the homes executive director christine lober speaking at a press conference today yountville mayor john dunbar who also sits on the board at pathway said lober often stayed overnight at.

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Details emerge about victims of California veteran home shooting

The Roman Garcia Super Show

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Details emerge about victims of California veteran home shooting

"And about possible alternative ways to avert us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum the many hour standoff in napa valley california to veterans home and treatment center for post traumatic stress ends in an apparent murder suicide three female employees did as is the gunman yawn pill mayor john dunbar three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans in particular since nine eleven afghanistan in iraq conflicts the wars police said the gunman was a decorated veteran who served in afghanistan he was also a former client of the center along a deadly standoff after a chases over at an apartment complex and pomona california to cop shot one dead standoff went on for over seventeen hours eventually the alleged gunman captured seen coming out of an apartment in his underwear in handcuffs he's accused of killing officer gregory casillas by firing through a door casillas was a new officers says pomona police chief michel all a very he was just about to complete field training before the incident happened governor jerry brown has released a statement offering his condolences and saying flags here in california.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on WCHS

"But just to the past hour answering a question outside the white house on his way to air force one listened closely life thanks north korea's going to go very well mr trump on his way to a political rally supporting republican candidate in the pittsburgh area could more nations get exempt from us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum the white house says alternative ways for japan and france to address us concerns on steel and aluminum were discussed with leaders of those nations cops made an arrest in a seventeen hour long standoff has over and pomona california just in the past hour so police are at an apartment complex were two officers were shot ones dead the other in serious condition man inside as arrested after a car chase than a foot pursued last night sheriff jim mcdonald's says the man barricaded himself in an apartment it certainly is a sad day for the pomona police department it's a sad day for our community and it's a sad day for law enforcement and general three women who helped traumatized veterans are being remembered in northern california police say they were killed by a patient kicked out of a treatment program at the pathway home a nonprofit post traumatic stress disorder program at the veterans home of california in napa valley their bodies in that of the alleged gunman were found inside a building there beyond phil mayor john dunbar three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans in particular since nine eleven in the afghanistan in iraq conflicts the wars that have sent so many of our brothers and sisters back home with new challenges former trump chief strategist steve bannon speaking to france's farright antiimmigrant national front congress in france just hours ago you're listening to abc news hey my name's brand he ever make a change in wonder why didn't they do this long time ago that's what's happening for thousands of people with regard to their health care their joining medi share in and they're wondering what he minority do this for most members it cost less than half what they were paying for their old health.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KOMO

"Thanks north korea's going to go very well mr trump on his way to a political rally supporting republican candidate in the pittsburgh area could more nations get exempt from us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum the white house says alternative ways for japan and france to address he was concerns on steel and aluminum were discussed with leaders of those nations cops made an arrest in a seventeen hourlong stand standoff his over and pomona california just in the past hour so police are at an apartment complex were two officers were shot ones dead the other in serious condition man inside as arrested after a car chase than of foot pursued last night sheriff jim mcdonald's says the man barricaded himself in an apartment certainly is a sad day for the pomona police department it's a sad day for our community and it's a sad day for law enforcement and general three women who helped traumatized veterans are being remembered in northern california police say they were killed by a patient kicked out of a treatment program at the pathway home a nonprofit post traumatic stress disorder program at the veterans home of california in napa valley their bodies in that of the alleged gunman were found inside of building there yang phil mayor john dunbar three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans it particular since nine eleven in the afghanistan in iraq conflicts the wars that have said so many of our brothers and sisters back home with new challenges former trump chief strategist steve bannon speaking to france's farright antiimmigrant national front congress in france just hours ago you're listening to abc news komo news 1000 fm 97 7 number one for news tuning in of 300 to here in seattle i'm mark christopher now the top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center for the second straight year lawmakers did not passed a bill that would cut the cost of.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Thanks north korea's going to go very well mr trump on his way to a political rally supporting republican candidate in the pittsburgh area could more nations get exempt from us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum the white house says alternative ways for japan and france to address us concerns on steel and aluminum were discussed with leaders of those nations cops made an arrest in a seventeen hour long standoff has over and pomona california just in the past hour so police are at an apartment complex were two officers were shot ones dead the other in serious condition man inside as arrested after a car chase in a foot pursued last night sheriff jim mcdonald's says the man barricaded himself in an apartment it certainly is a sad day for the pomona police department it's a sad day for our community in it's a sad day for law enforcement a general three women who helped traumatized veterans are being remembered in northern california police say they were killed by a patient kicked out of a treatment program at the pathway home a nonprofit posttraumatic stress disorder program at the veterans home of california in napa valley their bodies in that of the alleged gunman were found inside a building there yountville mayor john dunbar three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans in particular since nine eleven afghanistan in iraq conflicts the wars that have sent so many of our brothers and sisters back home with new challenges former trump chief strategist steve bannon speaking to france's far right anti immigrant national front congress in france just hours ago you're listening to abc news a good night's sleep starts with.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The nonprofit posttraumatic stress disorder program with the veterans home of california vilc is cbs reporter tim rhyme yountville mayor john dunbar is also on the pathway home board of directors he knew the women killed he knew the killer loss three beautiful people yesterday we also lost one of our heroes who clearly had dealings resulted in the terrible tragedy we all experienced here the mayor said that pathway executive director christine loh bor among those killed by an army veteran experiencing ptsd was so committed to her job the cheat sometimes slept in her office nothing officially out on a possible motive for the killings president trump is trying to boost the chances for a republican is running in what has been a safe pennsylvania district the poll suggests rick sicom is in a tight race with democrat connerly i am so mr trump is campaigning forum congressman ben ray lou hani's chairman of the democratic congressional campaign committee by the very nature that this district is as close as it is should worry republicans and especially my counterpart at the nrc she they should be very worried at what's happening out there in this congressional district democrats trying to capitalize on what they say is your wave of anti trump sentiment ahead of tuesday's special election president trump has a trip planned cbs news correspondent burnett says he'll be attending the summit of the americas next month in lima peru this will be president trump's very first visit to latin america he will head down to peru for the summit of the americas and then on to colombia leaving the presidents of both nations the white house says that the focus will be fair and reciprocal trade agreements whose terrace on steel and and aluminum imports are also expected to be a topic associated press is one of the president trump has told confidants he wants to rely less on his white house staff because he believes aides often give him bad advice and that he plans to follow his own instincts from now on the trump tweets that he's unhappy with the media's coverage of his plans to meet with north korea's leader soon the.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"History is on our side bannon says european populist talent they want a media outlet for their views like breitbart eleanor beardsley and news paris president trump is going to western pennsylvania later today to urge local republicans to vote in a special election on tuesday as npr's us mukalla reports the gop is trying to hold on to a us house seat in an area trump won in 2016 trump won this pennsylvania district by nearly twenty points in 2016 looked polls show this special election is nearly tied between the republican bricks cone and the democrat conner lam liam is seen as a young charismatic leader with a lot of union support the cone has struggled to raise money and energise krauts republicans are really worried and they're hoping that a visit from the president could energise base voters democrats say even a close loss would send them a positive sign that with the right message and the right candidate they can make inroads into traditional trump country this midterm season asthma followed npr news this is npr from kqed news i'm jeremy siegel members of the yawn phil community are mourning the three victims of a deadly shooting at a veteran's home there yesterday authorities say the gunman in three women were found dead after a hostage standoff at the pathway home treatment center one of the victims has been identified as the home executive director christine lober speaking at a press conference today yawn phil mayor john dunbar who also sits on the board at pathway said lober often stayed overnight at the.

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"john dunbar" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john dunbar" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Trims in particular since nine eleven in the afghan to stand in iraq conflicts the wars that have said so many of our brothers and sisters back home with new challenges john dunbar mayor of your bill california and on the board of the county of the country's largest two veterans home which became a killing ground key cbs reporter tim ryan is the tom parkinson of vietnam army medic whose lived here for six years laid lilies alongside several bull case saying it is time to finally recognize the reality of post traumatic stress ptsd these his own your estimated as a disease in america i think we have thousands home returning lotteries dr during his two bombs then it could go off in southern california right now suspected cop remains barricaded inside an apartment in pomona be suspect ran into an apartment complex where a officers gave chase as he barricaded himself in a bedroom officers attempted to contact him and he began firing through the door striking to officer la county sheriff's department detective christopher bergner says one of those officers is dead the other hospitalized despite a series of flash grenades the gunman remains barricaded inside former white house strategist steve bannon taking his ulc right philosophy to france in support of rightwing politician marine le pen telling a crowd there today let them call you racist missing it mississippi let them call you xenophobes as it is easy to let them call you nativist unless he food is at the net tv where it as a badge of honour he says politics is now a battle between nationalism and globalism move gene township pennsylvania tonight a rally in support of a slipping republican candidate in a special election president trump making an appearance life and death during wartime cbs's larry miller reporting on the ever deteriorating situation in syria civilian slaughter continues in the damascus suburb of these gouda of syrian forces cut off a major highway in a major blow to rebel fighters day long shelling and air strikes at the urban sender of duma wiping out three families there rescue workers in that extra go through the rubble to reach the wounded the british they syrian observatory for human rights reports the threeweek death toll unease gooda now exceeds a thousand a quarter were children larry miller cbs news london i did wrought update a native of france regained the lead front runners passing the midway points in.

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