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Cannonball found in Michigan recycling center
"The bomb squad had to come out to our west Michigan recycle center this week W. WJZY Zameer explains why we've been told many times it's good to recycle but there are some things that just simply shouldn't go in the bin like civil war era explosives earlier this week the Kent County department of public works had to evacuate a recycling center in calling the state police bomb squad to deal with a live civil war cannonball Ken county officials say they're not exactly sure how it ended up at the recycling center in the meantime they remind people to follow the instructions when it comes to recycling no one was
"kent county" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Got to do it today because today is the day yep no purchase necessary void where prohibited Braun here the stories we're working on today authorities continue to investigate a triple decker firing Patek it that left a woman dead yesterday morning neighbors in the building on summit street reported hearing someone screaming right as they realized there was a fire this man spoke to NBC ten I wish I had known responded quickly or quicker residents from at least a half a dozen apartments in the building were displaced one firefighter reportedly had to be treated for smoke inhalation of fall river woman is facing the alliance child abuse charges after being stopped in Portsmouth forty year old Valerie Garrett was pulled over around at midnight Saturday after police received a report of a vehicle operating a radically officers found her nineteen day old infant and an overturned safety seat a judge is being asked to force the state to turn over grand jury testimony in a case against a Jeffrey Brett an aide to Rhode Island tell speaker Nicholas Mattiello for his twenty sixteen reelection campaign it has been charged with felony money laundering on a misdemeanor charge of making a prohibited campaign contribution he has denied the charges which stem from alleged actions in the twenty sixteen campaign leading to a controversial mailer endorsing that ELO the motion to compel was filed last week and Kent County Superior Court T. F. green airport is the recipient of a nearly five million dollar federal grant the funding will be used to renovate the twenty four year old terminal and bite over an acre of vacant property renovation work is expected to begin this summer Wall Street is looking to recover its massive losses as investors worry about the spread of the corona virus the Dow Jones industrial average fell over a thousand points yesterday erasing all its gains for the year Monday's selloff was the biggest drop in two years president trump's first official visit to India is ramping up the line and I have been honored by the majesty of India and the exceptional kindness and generosity of the Indian people since his arrival in India trump also announced a three billion dollar arms deal would soon be signed between the two nations Florida senator Marco Rubio is taking exception to comments Bernie Sanders made about Cuba in an interview on CBS's sixty minutes Sanders said it's unfair to say everything about Fidel Castro's regime was bad he credited Castro for starting what Sanders called a massive literacy program sixty minutes also played a clip from the nineteen eighties where Sanders says Cubans didn't rise up against Castro because the Cuban dictator educated their kids gave them healthcare and totally transform the society senator Rubio though tweeted the reason people didn't overthrow Castro was because Castro's opponents were either jailed or murdered or exiled precocial NBC news radio.
Atlanta: Officials investigating officer-involved shooting in DeKalb
"The B. I. investigating it it seventeen seventeen officer officer involved involved shooting shooting this this year year to to Kent Kent County County police police got got a a distress distress call call this this afternoon afternoon from from a a female female but but she she hung hung up up in in provided provided no no information information so so that that call call was was traced traced to to the the thirteen thirteen hundred block of balsam Dr indicator chief Martha Ramose says while canvassing the area a man came out armed with a gun and pointed it at officers the officers are okay the male is the season on scene and the G. B. I. is currently handling the investigation Vic the suspect has been identified a seventy five year old John Dixon again at no officers injured
"kent county" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast
"Two hundred the electoral votes Because Biden is such an acceptable alternative trump. They only had themselves to blame but they have put themselves. They're doing their best to either. Do One of two things things defeat him in the primaries or soften them up for the general. Yeah because I think they think when so look they are not playing politics away and I do. They don't think about the way that you and I do. They are focused on key. The types of voters in several state don't believe in persuasion. This is that right and the only person I know it's going to like minded people and getting them fired up and angry the only personally see as a threat as Joe Biden because they they think that that's the only person that can take some of these voters in Kent County and take some of the blue collar vote from beaver county where we're going. Peel some of them away. A. And will has enough connection through Barack Obama to to the African American community to bring those voters out. That's what they're scared of. They see the equation. Everything with them as an equation an and they see the equation but Biden is being scary. You don't see the equation with I think was sanders and Morrinsville problem with the problem with their math equation. is they don't right now so there is no strong third party effort anywhere. Well this is we don T on down. We talk about this all the time. The margins are so so small small if he wants to recreate 2016. It is very difficult to replicate that because basically quickly just life this is what Donald Trump sixteen the dealer got twenty twenty. What exactly? Yeah and the fact is if you're blackjack dealer gets twenty. Most of the time you lose is your hand. You don't win three hands in a row when the dealer gets twenty and you hit twenty one it happens. That's when you're supposed to walk away from the table that's not doubled down and at the end the day. He's gambling that the same dealer is going to show up and he's going to get twenty one twenty casino guy so he knows how to rig casino. We know why just to break back. This is why the county project is is really cool because in my biased opinion. It's really cool. Because they are the small little margin that have to fall in that particular way for either side to carry us and here at meet the press. Our job is to prepare you for what everything you need to know about the election and not make you feel better or worse about yourself. It's just simply to give you the information. You need to understand why people think our job is to be their therapist. I I trust me. We we all need it from time and against it go find it somewhere else of an imminent one account on us and just to reiterate like by particularly why Kantar so important. Donald Trump won Kent County by the smallest margin of any Republican president presidential candidate for fifty years. And that's in a year when the Republican candidate won Michigan. That's remark that was not a popular. Just a remarkable. It's a it's a great place for us to dip into. It's fascinating all right. Excellent conversation real quick quick break. You're listening to the Chuck Todd cast from. Hey guys is Willie geist here. This week on the Sunday. Sit down. PODCAST I get together with Jennifer Hudson to talk about her leap from American idol to an Academy Award and starring in the highly anticipated stupid. Do cats movie get now for free. Wherever you download your podcasts?.
5-year-old boy brings kindergarten class to his adoption hearing
"National adoption day is usually in November but they postponed it until this week in Kent County Michigan so sad to could be there to celebrate with five year old Michael Clarke junior his entire kindergarten class was in the courtroom to waving red and pink hearts as Michael legally became the son of David eaten and Andrea Melvin judge Patricia Gardner share the photo on Facebook the caption not a dry eyed the post is been shared more than one hundred thousand
Little boy invites his entire kindergarten class to witness his adoption
"Am adoption that was anything but routine today in Kent County Michigan a kindergarten or brought his entire class to witness the adoption ceremony in court each student held a paper heart somebody posted on Facebook that there was not a dry eye in the court room
West Nile virus detected in 5 Kent County zip codes
"Well Westchester mosquitoes have tested positive for west Nile virus for the first time this year the county health department says a batch of bugs for Mamaroneck have the virus they put out a reminder to residents to remove standing water near their homes use repellents from dusk until dawn so you don't get bitten if you do you don't get infected most people don't develop symptoms from west Nile but some do they experience fever headache vomiting diarrhea and in very rare cases people develop severe illnesses like meningitis which
At Day at the Colonial Downs Racetrack
"Welcome to the forum presented by red brand fence here on the horse racing radio network mike penner judy feld that's barron and pontiff together again and for the very first time in the roughly fifteen year history of the horse racing radio network we say welcome to colonial downs in virginia the very first time we've had the privilege to be here and it is a gorgeous morning a gorgeous evening on tap as well for the running of the virginia oaks and the virginia derby. It's going to be a special day here at colonial downs and j._t. This <hes> this race track right now just a wash in sunshine. There are horses training on that main track the racist tonight many of them going to be contested on that gorgeous emerald green turf course. We're overlooking the paddock area here. Here couldn't be any more perfect for our first trip to colonial down yeah. It's just a picture perfect day and we got <hes> some horses training on the track and everybody ready <hes> here so excited about the day we had several people that work here come by and see if they can help us in any way and <hes> everything's just the pristina vena looks great. The track is in great shape. And what a beautiful day yeah can't beat this whole area this racetrack if you've never ever had the opportunity to be here put it on your bucket list. It is located in new kent county virginia which is kinda midway between richmond and williamsburg. There's a lot of history history here to. I'm going to tell you a little story about that here. In just a minute but <hes> it opened in nineteen ninety seven september first to be exact it hosted both thoroughbred and harness racing thoroughbred racing was stopped here at colonial in two thousand thirteen because of a dispute between track management in the horsemen's groups go figure right that never happens happens in course racing harness racing halted one year later and then in two thousand eighteen virginia enacted a law to allow historical racing racing machines here at the race track and they now have a <hes> the racing machines here they have different gaming facilities here at the racetrack and shortly afterwards the track was purchased by revolutionary racing debt group is from chicago they formed the colonial down group in thoroughbred racing was resurrected resurrected. If you will resumed here on august eighth of this year and <hes> everybody not only in the industry but everybody here in the state of virginia excited have racing back colonial downs yeah well. It's been a place where people have really enjoyed coming to rayson and <hes> you know now that it's back there such an excitement. Even you know you're in town. People are talking about going to the races. They're putting on tremendous programs here. <hes> not only the the horse racing side but doc concerts and that kind of thing. They've got a lot of action at this facility so it's <hes> it's nice to see it being restored to its former glory and our friend. <hes> jill burn is a big part of that. She'll be on a little bit yeah. I had the chance yesterday to <hes>. Take a little walk with my my wife michelle. We had a little downtime through. All of our show prep done in. You're on the air with xpress radio so we took a ride and check out some of the
An Interview With Mike Stidham
"Trainer mike stidham who has a very busy night ahead of him. He has seven horses entered on this colonial downs program starting with the first maiden special weight going all the way through to the grade three new kent county virginia derby and he is with us now here on the equine forum mike good morning and happy virginia derby day hey morning. Thanks for having me your going to be a busy night for you. <hes> you know the sensational philly and the virginia oaks and then credit swap he actually have to in the virginia oaks. You you have to the kitten's joy. <hes> how you gonna keep it all straight my man well we got. We got good help over here. The horses arrived early this morning and <music>. I'm actually at the barn now. Everybody's shipped well so we're <hes> we're hoping for a big evening. You've got <hes> tasting tasting the stars. Who's of virginia brad. That's gotta be pretty cool you. You've been getting a lot of attention for that. Yeah <hes> there's been a couple of guys by the bar and wanting to take pictures pictures of her and <hes> you know hopefully she's going to be a a good representative for <hes> state virginia. You know mike she so versatile to we'll start with the ladies first during the virginia. Okay we'll start with the star of the show so to speak tasing stars who is probably gonna go post. What is the favorite. She's so versatile <hes> she's one as i mentioned going long on the dirt earlier this year at the fairgrounds dense comes comes back in turf debut in wins impressively that day what's what's impressed you most about tasting stars well. I mean the bottom line with tasting. The stars is she's. She's very talented and very athletic. Athletic and her dam was successful on on both services so when we came off a little a little bit of a layoff off from february to july we were looking for a spot for her and there really wasn't a good dirt option at that time <hes> and so we just decided that <hes> you know it was time to go ahead and test the grass and <hes> she went out there and did or thing and ran really well how on on that surface just like. She did on the dirt so she. She's one of those horses that <hes> you know seems like she'll run on just about anything. Was that a little scary to run on the turf awfully yeah it certainly was. I mean you know anytime. You're you're trying something new with these sources. You never know how it's going to go into. You actually get out there and do it. You can make all the predictions you want in the world but bottom line is they gotta go out there and show up and and get the job done and she did just that so <hes> certainly her winning. That race is giving us. You know the confidence to come back in a race like this tonight. It's been one of the hallmarks of your career not afraid to take a chance. If you think you can win the race you just go ahead didn't do it. You don't worry too much about what people think are. Are that type of thing but yet your horses are are very consistent run through their conditions and you do things the right way but you're not afraid to step out so to speak well. We've always believed that <hes> you know if you've gotta talented horse <hes> and there's a race <hes> wherever it may be if if it's real within reasonable shipping distance and you can get them there safely <hes> it's worshiping i shipping and and taking a shot <hes> in different spots around the country and that's you know we've been lucky to be successful in doing that so <hes> with colonial down reopening this year having a presence in the mid atlantic with the enabled at fair hill and mom it made sense to <hes> you know come here
Suspects in Gerald and Betty Ford's graves vandalism turn themselves in
"People are wanted for defaming, the graveside of former president Gerald Ford and first lady Betty Ford to come forward, Grand Rapids. Police say the two suspects turn themselves in. For investigators release photos and video seeking information. Once the investigation is completed report will be forwarded to the Kent County prosecutor's office for a review one photo showed a man and a woman sitting on a wall. The man appears to be marking or digging into panels that say lives committed to God country and love the woman, kicked her skateboard bit up into the
"kent county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Fire crews have been out on the scene of an apartment fire on Detroit's west side for over three hours. Authorities believe squatters were inside the abandoned building and the may have caused that blaze trait. Fire department battalion chief Michael Jefferson says one man was arrested. There was a gentleman out front when I pulled up stating. Involvement in the fire. Said he had involvement in the fire. I don't want. They want to say yet. No one was injured and the cause of that fire remains under investigation. A handful of arrests today. After a recent robberies from automobiles in the gross points area. Here's WW. Jay's Lauren Barth old all four suspects appearing in court Wednesday afternoon after their arrest on Monday police say they had been taking things like credit cards. Debit cards, personal ideas and more from cars in Grosse, Pointe woods and nearby communities. If convicted all four who are between the ages of eighteen and twenty years old could face up to sixteen years in present Lauren Barth old w w j NewsRadio nine fifty new information this afternoon on the deaths of a woman and her three daughters. This happened Monday north of Grand Rapids police in Kent County. Now say this was a murder suicide. Newsradio nine fifties. Stephanie that Sandra McNeill with more county sheriff says a twenty eight year old Abraham more took her three daughters into the woods and used. A hunting rifle to shoot them, dad. She then put the bodies of Elena Cassidy and kyri into her car and drove to her boyfriend's house where she fatally shot herself. There are reports that Moore has a history of mental illness and had been committed to a hospital last year after a social worker feared she would harm herself or others. Wwl TV reports that Moore was diagnosed with schizophrenia. But it's not clear what happened after she was released or if any efforts were made to safeguard the children, Sandra McNeill, WW, Jane is radio nine fifty. It was a DNA collection event hosted by Michigan state police today in an effort to close hundreds of missing persons cases. I'm Stephanie Davis outside the Wayne County medical examiner's office in Detroit where Nellie Jordan of Detroit along with her daughter sister and ninety two year old mom or just leaving. She gave her DNA, and is actually hoping that there is not a match for her brother willy Charles who hasn't been seen since two thousand sixteen. He's still alive..
"kent county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Signs reading polish ice Trump on fit and Trump is the emergency. Susan mclucas says President Trump's declaration of a national emergency is nothing but a joke. The only emergency. We have is that we have an idiot in the White House. And they're a million things that are emergency like climate change like all the wars that have no purpose congresswoman Ianna. Presley showed up at the protest to show her solidarity. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio illegal coup attempt. That's how President Trump is describing allegations that top intelligence officials wants discussed removing him from office deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein deny such conversations took place. Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe says his words were taken out of context. Now, the Justice department is weighing in as we hear from ABC's Cecilia Vega. In a carefully worded statement. The Justice department said Rosenstein, never authorized any wiretaps of President Trump calling McCain's version of events inaccurate. And factually incorrect in Miami, the president renews his call for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to step down. Madero turns thumbs down on that one a fatal pedestrian crash on bridge street in Weymouth. No name released yet. Police say the driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with investigators Lawrence man being held in Mexico charged with. Parental kidnapping a mom dilemma allegedly took his son six weeks ago, apparently bound for Brazil fourteen month old child now reunited with his mother in Lowell a horrific discovery in Michigan about thirty miles north of Grand Rapids. The bodies of a woman and three children. We have four deceased individuals on the scene all gunshot wound. So it appears Kent County sheriff Michelle young says this is a difficult time for investigators and the community very sad. It's always hard when their staffs in the community. But it's absolutely the most difficult when there are kids involved. Investigators do not believe there is a shooter at large west.
"kent county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Billy Cunningham, the great American. Let's continue now with the Kent County prosecutor he's the Joe of Kenton county. Joe the rob Sanders of Hamilton county. Once again the way we've been. Go ahead. First of all, rob Sanders. How are you? I'm doing great Willie just like another day of the year in Kent County. Now, let's talk about what happened this morning it. Appears there wasn't too many difficulties with the protests that the diocese. But just talk about from a law enforcement perspective what you've gone through the last day or two. Well, about the last seventy two hours if been a whirlwind to say, the least in terms of problems and developments in new problems and new developments, we've had a number of different physical violence against individuals students. We've had the red violence against Covington Catholic high school. It's a very fluid situation. It doesn't seem to be dying down at all the internet is still going crazy over this. And. Hour by hour minute by minute. We're dealing with new issues and new problems and we've got multiple ongoing investigations into numerous numerous read. There's probably a dozen law enforcement agencies. If not more involved in this, it's growing spreading. There's other jurisdictions now involved in this. And we're just hoping to get a little reprieve here sometime soon, and I know that the kids Cup camp would probably like to get back to life as normal. Another parents would like a little bit of. In a little bit of relief. And hopefully, we'll get that pretty soon. Do you have a sense? The cub cats will open tomorrow or not. Well, I hope.
"kent county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"We're following a developing story out of Detroit where police say a teenager of walking home was shot on the city's east side this afternoon at about four thirty that teen walking at Strasbourg and Fairmount when he was shot in the back. The suspect was inside a truck and that approached him from behind when a man got out and fired one round after being wounded he ran to a relative's home where he was taken to a hospital the fourteen year old now hospitalized in temporary serious condition. Stay with w w j for the latest authorities charging a Wisconsin man with second. Degree child abuse in the shooting death of his four year old son. This happened today in Roseville police say Twenty-seven-year-old Gary Chang of Wisconsin left eight semi automatic handgun unsecured in his house in Roseville. One of his children the boys siblings picked it up and shout. The child today in the homes basement that boy pronounced dead at a local hospital. Now Roseville deputy police chief says five or six children were in that house at the time of the shooting. Investigators are still working to determine who pulled the trigger Chang. Meantime arraigned today on one count of the second degree child abuse his bond set at one hundred fifty thousand dollars his next court hearing, December twenty sixth police say a mother is charged with second degree child abuse and reckless driving causing serious impairments of a body function to her own son surveillance video in Kent County. That's in western Michigan shows the nine year old boy hanging. From the passenger side door of his mother's car. Her name Tiffany because Akao ski now this before he lost his grip. He was then run over by his own mother the rear tire causing injuries to the boy's head and torso. The thirty six year old mother arraigned today, then released on personal reconnaissance bond the nine year old boy tonight's is in critical condition. Governor Rick Snyder signing bills into law today that changed the pace of minimum wage increases and limit the paid medical leave benefits for many Michigan workers. Jon Lindstrom publisher of gung where news says it altered a proposal that was originally planned for the November ballots with the proposal did was increase Michigan's minimum wage to twelve dollars an hour. It's now nine twenty five dollars an hour would increase to twelve dollars an hour by the year twenty twenty two now under these new laws the minimum wage will reach twelve dollars an hour but much much later not until twenty thirty state lawmakers were able to keep the proposal off the ballot by passing legislation addressing the minimum wage increase. Now a second Bill signed..
West Nile Oakland County, Kent County and Eighty Year discussed on 24 Hour News
"Second in Kent County in the west side of the state health officials have not released any information on the individual only to say the prison had been hospitalize. They can't county health department says they clearly have thirteen suspected or confirmed cases of West Nile Oakland County health officials announced the death of an eighty year old man last week as
"kent county" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Of. Mental illness and was diagnosed with schizophrenia The problem It turns out that those kids invented the story about the. White man it was one of the children who had urinated on. Another child so one of the Rugrats Pete on another rug. Route but they decided to invent a story about a. White man to avoid getting in trouble themselves the fabrication resulted in the, arrest of innocent sixty year old man and of course usual outraged before facts from the left even the local in w. c. p. weighed. In with, their outraged outrage. Michigan live reported a story about a. White man urinating on a five year old, black child and calling her a racial slur was fabricated Grand Rapids Popo and prosecutors late Friday night said they had determined. The story was now not valid and said no charges would be issued against the sixty year old man arrested following the initial report, on Wednesday police had several children all seven or younger were playing together sometime before six o'clock in the evening with the children urinated. On the five year old girl Kent County prosecutor said the parents of. The children and talking with them ultimately determined the children concoct to. The story to avoid trouble The prosecutors issued a word of caution about waiting for fax before jumping to conclusions You know considering that The, left and, the media Being redundant there Thrive on stoking division political division in. Specially racial division so do you think they're gonna painting? Attention? To this Michigan live continues in. The initial report the children. Told the pope they were playing hide and go seek along Courtney, street north west just. West of tamarack when a man you're late on the girl through a, chain link fence the suspect was a person who lived in the neighborhood and. Did odd jobs the community members of the media were understandably interested in concerned, about the allegations the of the. King County. Prosecutor oh no they weren't. Concerned Here's, what. They were hoping You gotta racial a racially charged story of a sixty year old white guy urinating on a. Five year old black girl And They were hoping against. Hope, oh they were just they couldn't wait Shirley. A Trump supporter because only. A, Trump supporter would do that right The Grand Rapids branch. The AA CPI issued a statement related to the incident in a statement they say they. Are demanding the subject be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the wall this is clearly a case of child. Molestation as well as a, hate crime, and, should, be treated as such so the ACP Grand Rapids president clay. Jackson Cle- Jackson I'm sorry Cleese, continuing legal education There's actually a good side of the story the parents of the children who came forward 'til the cops. Children are, made up. Story to avoid punishment The parents actually were the ones that went to the cops and said you know what I think there's something wrong in river city here in these kids made, up the story So good for those kids Some. People though just never learn there's a lot of being spilled right now in papers across the country about whether Democrats, should run on this issue how much they should be talking about impeachment campaign for office. Ahead of the midterm elections? What's your perspective on that how does what happened on Tuesday change? That conversation within your party Vote for putting this this nation endanger and aligning themselves with Putin and the Kremlin what is this. All, about I think we. Have a responsibility to talk about it and our committees of. Congress should have. Had hearings about it so I think we can do both and I know that there are those who are concerned, that somehow it you talk about impeachment you just going to fire up the hard core. Constituency of this president well? They're fired up already don't forget this president said he could not And shoot down Fifth Avenue Guess shoot somebody and. Still get away with it so all I'm saying is that I think that we have a responsibility to talk about what is going on to explain what impeachment is and to. See how the discussion goes I believe of course that this president can be impeached will be paid and certainly has committed the kind of crimes and at a high crimes and misdemeanors that is identified by the constitution as such that would qualify him for impeachment Maxine sweetheart to me a favor Samir note but you tell me what those high crimes and misdemeanors I'm not being frivolous and not. Being smart s I genuinely and sincerely want to know In.
2 Dead, 11 Injured In Mass Shooting At Video Game Tournament In Florida
"Top stories. At three twenty and eighty one year old man in Kent County is dead. After contracting West Nile virus it makes two fatalities this year from the illness. In the, state of Michigan last week the Michigan department of health confirmed seven. Other human cases in Florida the Jacksonville sheriff's department is holding a news conference at this moment on yesterday's mass shooting during a Madden nineteen video, game tournament two were killed eleven others hurt when a lone gunman opened fire, in a restaurant at Jacksonville landing surveillance footage from. Inside the restaurant clearly shows this. Is, a
West Nile In Michigan: 8 Human Cases, 1 Death Confirmed
"Three developing at least one Wayne County resident is dead after contracting. West Nile virus WW j.. Health reporter Dr Deanna lights joining us live and local with, the. Latest Deanna Jason here's. What we know we have eight confirmed human cases of, West Nile. Virus one death, like you mentioned this happened to a resident. Of burying county one resident of Kent County got the virus one resident of Oakland County and, five residents of wayne county including the death all but one of the individuals have been hospitalized with neurologic disease in addition to the eight human cases three michigan blood donors have had west nile virus detected in their blood it's very important to protect yourself from moscow bites so when you're outdoors make sure where insect repellent make sure and cover your body long sleeved shirts pants and socks get rid of any standing water around your backyard that's where mosquitoes tend to breed and avoid being outside between dusk and john that's when mosquitos are most active from the delta dental health desk dr deanna lights w w j newsradio nine
"kent county" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"This is just a hurdle right now we got over this hurdle with the grace of God We're gonna. Keep getting over because we will have Justice for Joey The officer has been on the force for five. Months if convicted he could face up to twenty years in prison Well another steamy sticky. Day out there but I. Heard some thunder over the studio not too long ago storms can knock down that humidity let's see what's happening now Cates joins us out with a, look at the forecast house while Yuki it doesn't look all that much, better now that the storms have rolled through although we are seeing a little. Bit of a reduction in the temperature at least some rain cooled air now that some showers moving through the area but. We got once. Again to ninety two degrees today above the average of eighty six to record one hundred and six so we're member it could always be worse like it was back in nineteen eighteen another hot one out there today in the heat and humidity really kind of playing into these storms that formed, off to the west. And looked pretty nasty as, they moved across portions of Berks and Lancaster county into, Chester county and then generally fizzled as they approached the city. Though we. Did have one enhance storm over northeast Philadelphia which was. The thunder that you probably heard over the studio they're. Yuki let's take a closer look at this area of showers. It's now moving through no more lightning. Associated with it you can see though it is still raining in center city we've got rain all across the area This, is basically just transformed. From strong thunderstorms into a mass. Of wet weather big bundle. Showers moving through now as we head down to central and southern Delaware better chance to see some lightning there's one cell just crossing into Kent County, notice how the strikes can actually be pretty far away from the center, of the storm up to ten miles away so if you hear thunder you. Can be struck look how far away that lightening strike is from the actual storm a few strikes lightning down in Sussex. County Delaware as. Well this evening temperature wise it's still very very warm and muggy out there it's still seventy eight and Philadelphia do think that number may drop a little bit as of eleven o'clock with the rain coming through now it's eighty in millville Eighty-one in Atlantic City still feeling like steam bath so, coming up I'll tell. You about a heat advisory, which will go back into effect tomorrow and we'll also, talk about another round of heavy storms Jessica k thank you. New tonight. A deadly shooting in Philadelphia is being investigated as a. Homicide police received a call for gunshots coming from a. Home on the two hundred block of anchor St. a man. In his twenties with was found with A gunshot wound to. The head and was pronounced dead on the scene when is this show police they saw three men running from the. Area shortly after that shooting, investigators confirm a body found in a Felton Ville home is that of a missing New. York City woman fifty year old via but, VERA left her. Bronx home last week, to visit her, boyfriend Louis new grown Martinez in. Philadelphia today's later police found two Vera's SUV in Virginia with negro Martinez inside he was arrested on stolen auto and weapons charges a. Handgun, was found in the car investigators forensic scientists are hoping to uncover clues. In several cold, cases in Philadelphia the grays of seven, homicide victims were exhumed today at dunks, ferry and mechanicsville roads in northeast Philadelphia authorities are taking. A fresh, look at the cases. Among them one from nineteen sixty two dubbed the girl in the bucks the six year old victim in that case was never identified if you think about the number of people that are here there's a couple One hundred people that are in this field they died violent deaths. And there are people that knew them that loved them that, cared for them And, maybe they don't even know investigators hope new DNA technology could help identify victims, and provide new leads So, the gunman, eyewitness news. At ten a tragic turn for south jersey.
"kent county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The honorable brian hamburger the power of five brian hamrick welcome again in the bill cunningham show brian how are you thanks again mr cunningham you've been around a long time as i have when i looked and i had on yesterday your friend rob sanders the kent county prosecutor who is the job of kenton county he spoke about the joy in a sense at the conviction of the of the daniel greis for murdering five members of the family but he also talked about the fact that when the jury recommended a twenty year sentence the sentencing judge cannot go up from that she can go down but not up and so i brought up the point to rob sanders that means if he killed five people and the jury essentially orders a concurrent sentence which means you're only serve one sentence instead of consecutive trip or deco when you complete one sentence you begin serving the other when the jury recommended concurrent that men's twenty years in jail for all five which means he gets out in about seventeen years which means he'll be about eighty five years old back out again but it means that the other four individ killed for nothing their lives were worthless because there was no penalty for it now you've covered many events and awful circumstances i've gone online what some of your some of your video coverage of this event which is among the worst in the tri say think since the clinton bus crashed at five die in one incident rental of dui is really unbelievable but but in a sense when you cover these things can you put aside your personal feelings and just cover it objectively i tried to do that with all of you know it's it's difficult that you got a situation like this we got bought people including three children were killed and they're killed by the guy you know clearly not doing anything within the bounds of the law i mean he he he he was drinking he was across the double line it was passing a car we wasn't supposed to be it was over a blind hill he hits the gas to try and get around this guy and and then slams into this car and you know he's essentially fine he's gonna be okay it serves some injuries but all five members of the family with their life for stupid mistake that this guy date so yeah you know frustrated when you're there but i mean in terms of covering it i mean the baxter what they are those are all basically undisputed now what the defense tried to say is the reason i think stacy grout the which is a defense attorney and you know when you heard the first that he got five conviction of murder they were asking for murder they could've found second degree manslaughter as well but they went for the murder charge and they were only out for a few hours didn't take them very long at all to say now this is murder clearly you know rob dander said if this doesn't fit the definition of murder wanton disregard for human life what you know i thought he made a great point with dangrek gripe it tried to pass a couple other cars that was disputed but i think it's dangerous make people believe that he actually did happen and it seems feasible it it did that he had passed a couple of cards and he said every time you pass the car a blind turn because there's no passing or that wrote it was like putting another bullet in the chamber in a game of russian roulette you pass one quick pass another quick but he got to the family and there was no click that the gun went off and set him pain with light they paid with her life bryce could not he could not a wanted murderer in ohio it's called vehicle or homicide and conducted it's called wanting murder there could not have been a more clear case of number one taken marijuana for.
"kent county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The state seven people arrested thursday following a protest at the kent county board of commissioners meeting audio from mlive protesters were upset over a contract the county has with immigration and customs enforcement to house detainees at the county jail that contract since two thousand twelve allows the county jail to charge ice for each day it holds a person with a detainment request the meeting was suspended as law enforcement asked protesters to leave that's when one hundred people blocked traffic outside the county building a local attorney doesn't want the settlement with the victims of former michigan state university sports dr larry nassar to be the end of that story karen trips cousy who representative victim in a separate sexual assault case involving msu football players says there are still a lot of young men and women wanting to be heard that the board needs to continue to examine what's happening and i think they are taking steps to do that but for some reason they are reluctant to really move forward word and take the necessary steps i i i don't really understand why they are so reluctant to really take a hard look at what's going on the msu board of trustees says it continues to investigate but trips cow ski doesn't see that happening in battle creek a forty eight year old man has been ordered to stand trial in the slaying of another man whose body was found in the trunk of an abandoned car at a southern michigan to yard a court hearing for marco mcgee was thursday the battle creek man is charged with first degree murder in the death of three year old diablo white police have said whites girlfriend found his naked body may twentyfirst when she went.
China opens up more of its economy to foreign companies
"Different families in kent county michigan protesters shut shutdown a government meeting over a contract with immigration and customs enforcement to house migrant detainees that are local jail president trump has helped break ground on a factory that taiwanbased electron its manufacturer foxconn is building near milwaukee but his truck hornbach of wisconsin public radio reports the president again turned his focus to another manufacturer located in the area trump house speaker paul ryan in wisconsin governor scott walker took credit last summer for convincing foxconn to build a huge factory just south of milwaukee state and local incentive packages that could top four billion dollars followed but instead of foxconn university of wisconsin milwaukee political scientists mortar kylie says many are thinking about trump's ongoing blasting of harley davidson for plans to move some motorcycle production jobs overseas it's really hard to imagine a more awkward moment for the president wisconsin democrats say trump shouldn't have criticized harley and the calling the foxconn project a boondoggle for npr news i'm chuck krumbach in milwaukee china's says its limits on foreign ownership in auto manufacturing insurance and other fields that changes were promised last fall they were sought by the united states germany and other trading partners who say that beijing operate freely and their countries while blocking access to much of its own economy the announcement does not address us complaints that china's steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over their technology the vice president of the us china business council says day companies will need to see details to determine how significant the changes announced today will be you're listening to npr news european union leaders say they've reached.
"kent county" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The the michigan state university police investigation um which to my knowledge uh fairly certain that the attorney general office was involved in jointly with the michigan state university police as well so while i understand uh bill schutte are terni general here in the state of michigan is will be it has commissioned an independent investigation uh with an out with a you know a um independent uh former of uh kent county prosecutor will enforce a lot of energy from grand rapids measure out so uh you know by all the findings and i've heard i haven't heard anything that contradicts those criminal investigation so there is nothing in that internal investigation by commission by michigan state in the board of trustees there's nothing you guys have heard from the investigation that stands out is oh my god how this happen all there's i mean there's plenty of that stands out says oh my god of this happened but there's an what i'm saying is there's nothing where i feel like somebody was had criminal intent that they were covering up this anybody knew that nasser was a monster who were looking at it gets thing the investigator told you mitch that that will my god moment held this happen that you heard in that board on again in my mind it's the it's the line in the sand and fourteen where okay maybe nobody knew he was a monster but the bottom line is protocol call was to have been changed in the clinic academy he wouldn't have been doing stuff with uh offcampus and whatnot but as far as what we can control on campus we dropped the ball protocols were to be up to have been put in place somebody in the room wear gloves at all times um and those weren't follow through on so for you know sixteen more months this guy was doing what he felt like an was unchecked he was an answering nasser was an answering anybody of michigan state while he was in uh in a was being enforced known as double the.
"kent county" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Investigator tell on the board well he he really you know we really haven't learned anything more than what was found on the uh the michigan state university police investigation um which to my knowledge uh fairly certain that the attorney general office was involved in jointly with the michigan state university police as well so while i i understand um uh bill schutte are terni general here in the state of michigan is will be it has commissioned an independent investigation uh with an out with a you know a um independent um former of uh kent county prosecutor will enforce a lot of have been from grand rapids measure out so um you know by all the findings and i've heard i haven't heard anything that contradicts those criminal investigation so there is nothing in that internal investigation by commission by michigan state in the board of trustees there's nothing you guys have heard from the investigation that stands out is oh my god how this happen all there's i mean there's plenty of that stands out says oh my god how did this happened but is and what i'm saying is there's nothing wrong i feel like somebody was had criminal intent that they were covering up this anybody knew that nasser was a monster who is saying the investigator told you mitch that that all my god moment how this happen that you heard in at bordeaux again an in my mind it's the it's the line in the sand and fourteen where okay maybe nobody knew he was a monster but the bottom line is protocol call was to have been changed in the clinic okay doesn't mean he wouldn't have been doing stuff with uh offcampus and whatnot but as far as what we can control on campus we dropped the ball uh protocols were to be a to have been put in place somebody in the.
"kent county" Discussed on KOMO
"That shortly kent county prosecutor dan ediburgh says it's time for lawmakers to repeal the states of death penalty it plans to testify before the legislature today on a proposal to replace capital punishment with life without the possibility of parole sadeq says the state's criminal justice system would be stronger without the death penalty and the pen i'll tell you is not worked as a deterrent to criminals he also says most counties in washington state can't afford to prosecute a death penalty case there are currently eight people on death row in our state snohomish county sheriff's deputies shot and killed a man in an incident that took place underneath the us highway 2 trestle christon banfield is with the police investigative smart team they asked him to quit that weapon down and i he did not and that sucks were fired and died at the scene benfield tells us the instead of began late last night when a lake stevens woman called 911 according to police she said her husband was making suicidal threats and was also threatening to harm other people a former local politician is fighting back against accusations of sexual harassment and rape komos corwin haeck has more from everett ron gibson is a former everett city council member who also worked in juvenile correct since forced a khomych county in 2014 four women who work with him at denny juvenile justice center accused gibson of sexually harassing them one said gibson raped her following those accusations gibson spent eighteen months on leave from his corrections job during that time he lost his bid for reelection to the city council and now the everett herald reports gibson is suing his accusers according to the suit gifts and admits he engaged in quote locker room talk but he denies accusations that include groping and rape the woman accusing gibson of rape is standing by her story in everett.
"kent county" Discussed on KOMO
"A look at may 2018 third avenue downtown is closing for repaving also this spring construction of a bike lane will constrict fourth avenue traffic fifth and sixth avenues also getting new bus lanes so expect d delays there and starting this very month first avenue gets rebuilt to accommodate streetcars taken as a whole 2018 could be a great year to avoid driving downtown altogether reporting live corwin haeck komo news komo news time 637 a shooting outside a bar in white center over the weekend left a fifty one year old man dead and another man in critical condition the kent county sheriff's office was bothered at one a m to reports of a shooting outside a bar in the ninety eight hundred block of 16th avenue south two men were found in the parking lot what deputies say the dead man suffered multiple gunshot wounds the second man in critical condition after surgery investigators believe the two victims got into a fight with a third man who remains on the run two children who were hurt in a crash in federal way friday night are now out of the hospital and that's the aitor still want to figure out why their father was speeding he was killed in the crash that my friend had recently warned the man not to speed but insists he wouldn't intentionally speed with his kids in the car when armani parks got a call about the crash he went to the scene in federal way and says what he saw hans him air so it's like a merit merita 48 what icing it's crazy we saw the car in beans is police say the father crashed with his eightmonthold baby girl and two year old son and girlfriend in the car a medic used to robbing a kenmore bank was arrested police say this guy walked into a key bank saturday morning gave a note to the tell her saying he had a weapon and then demanded money will he got away with a bagful of money but just thirty minutes later police tracked him down and took him into custody with all of the money the.
"kent county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Fifty wtmj news time four eel levin now with a look at what's making those across the state veers wwl jas rob mason one man is dead after a crash in second i'll county that senate ambulance plunging twenty five to thirty feet off a bridge and into a creek david kaiser with the michigan say police says 21yearold dustin sharp of birds has died after the ambulance crashed into his car on a bridge kaiser says they had to use a crane to pull the ambulance out of the missed a gate creek just south of sanaa the twentyfiveyearold ambulance driver was headed back to the station at the end of a shift when kaiser says it appears he ran through a stop sign in west michigan an elderly coupled with with dementia that had been missing since sunday night has been located in wexford county the kent county sheriff's office says robert and lucille thank hauser have been located unharmed by the michigan state police in they're being reunited with family the couple in their eighties had left their spencer township home last night and had their german shepherd in the car with them mm hera hanes have destroyed some top vacation spots blood susan hilts with aaa says it doesn't mean you can't vacation in the caribbean hilt says while puerto rico in saint martin will take years to rebuild there are many vacation spots that are back up and running late at bahama aruba bermuda martinique st kitts so there are eight lucia and the came in iron for there are still pushing for people who are advocating i get the mac which might be don't don't think you can't go up warren lansing over a state department director who got a big raise behind closed doors here's lansing bureau chief tim scuba kusuma wife's directors and gusting to boola when he got a twenty four thousand seven hundred dollar bonus from the commission basically they caught he will do in a pretty good job that sixteen percent bonus is current salaries is one hundred fifty two thousand coup cookie bud subic says the raise wasn't maiden public and was illegal department spokesman says it was an introvert and oversights and we'll be reaffirmed in public wrap mason wwe j newsradio nine fifty taylor police continue investigations after they say a.
"kent county" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"To delaware avenue in south down delaware avenue down to route one both 140 wednesday south and 495 southbound jammed approaching ninety five route 1 southbound delayed for 95 to to 73 in newark at least kent county as sussex counties are clear that's a look at your traffic on the shelf taylor flood of people have in its opinion so like you know that thing that everybody has i'm really kind of done with every expanding its content live in it but ago pregnant meteor another person's opinion i don't need opinions try being informed instead of just two teenagers glowing he'd his perspective the glenn beck program somebody who can say wait a minute have you looked at it this way wait a minute on newsradio 1410 for okay the donald trump's america after four over national monuments navy heading to court the trump administration is reportedly considering a plan to shrink several monuments in federally protected lance the president claims the obama administration use the antiquities active nineteen nos six to do a land grab to unilaterally put millions of acres of land and water under strict federal control calling a presidential designation of national memorials of leningrad this misleading says wilderness society senior counsel nadeco there it is intended to kind of lok gift adviser q turnover comedy unit speculation be at oil and gas drilling are kimber the wilderness society says it will file legal action if president trump follows a recommendation from the department of the interior to race protections of around the half dozen.
"kent county" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Harrington in kent county numerous she's and clark street that police activity has all been cleared away wrapped up the rest of kent county not seeing any problems if you're in sussex county you doing just fine and your mean roadways newcastle county we have increasing rushhour volume on route one in your interstates but no delays and that's a look at your traffic on the show taylor take oh pause the miami heat teaming up with the golden state warriors to airlift over one hundred animals from miami shelters to shelters in california getting those animals out of the state ravaged by hurricane erma there's a lot of devastation but this is when you see people at the best heat head coach eric spoils joe with players like who done his has slim helping low cats and dogs unto athetic explained breezy does come together poured recalls of the lord knows only rigoberta we breeze media people involved reopoend let's go to sleep rose with his assists they says no coming together north of lagos knew it can only be big be good you've probably heard of hot yoga and agro yoga but the branch animal shelter in california beating them all with a fundraiser featuring kitten yoga a certified yoga instructor giving a class with kittens running every where no word yet on if the kitten's can handle downward dog take pause until nato fox news donald trump's america mexico's foreign affairs secretary luiz vdr i is in california had of amid week trip to dc he's been to washington before as recently as two weeks ago to talk nafta president trump has insisted nafta be renegotiated while in california though he met with governor jerry brown and legislative leaders to talk about trade and immigration on twitter his office that he met with the state senate leader to exchange strategies to encourage development on both sides of the border he also thanked the latino caucus for actions that favour mexican in suit live in california health one you right now is considering sanctury they legislation which will directly affect immigrant than other treated in in california differently than although treated the rest of the country especially since now ucla professor wral hosted notes president trump is ending dhaka the program that protects undocumented immigrants who were brought here as children he did her i is meeting with dhaka recipients in los angeles today jessica rosenthal fox news to me to face traffic he is i need began to and from work every day.