17 Burst results for "Laurence Powell"
"laurence powell" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Gwendolyn she was actually a few years older than Lawrence very beautiful woman and she had gone to Howard University but because of the depression had left on back to Harlem born in Bridgetown Barbados. Nineteen Thirteen Gwendolyn. Like Jacob became a foster child when she was seven years old. I think if you know a little bit about Jacob I think by the time he was thirteen or fourteen he. He and his mother didn't get along. He was a foster child when he went to Harlem so Gwynne was from her mother given to a family to come to the US because her mother thought that she could have a better life here so in a sense they were both orphans. Barbara Earl. Thomas is a Seattle based visual artists. She met the couple when she was a graduate student and when the couple grew old she became their caretaker. So when Gwen and Jacob finally got together they were very much on their own and I feel like people were older quicker. I mean this long childhood thing we have going on now. That's just you know that just wasn't happening you know in your fifteen years old and you're sixteen years old. You were making your way. Augusta savage also recognized. Lawrence's Talon once. You found out that he had dropped out of school to focus on painting. She made sure it wouldn't be in vain. Nineteen thirty seven thousand the officers on the project. They said I was too young but she. They advised Back next year I went back to all of Wasn't the anymore. She had not forgotten and she took me back. A sign me up. I was signed on the EASEL. The almost comically bureaucratic name easel division referred to the Group of artists who paint conventional canvas works for public throughout the city. A turning to six weeks and salary was a fabulous our at twenty. Three thousand aces. This was a major turning point. Lawrence's career here. Again is Patricia Hills. He was very involved with showing the history of African Americans in this country and also like to Saint Louis Latour in Haiti. Lawrence was twenty years ago. He was inspired to paint too sought lower from conversations. He overheard at the three. Oh six black. History had never been a major part of his formal education so he immediately immersed himself in research and it became clear that a single painting wouldn't do justice to the story he wanted to portray. I mean people don't know that that revolutionary history but the the Haitian army fought on the side of the US against the British during the revolutionary war. He wanted to bring out that history. Lawrence would choose a serial format and create work focusing on the mistreatment of patients by colonial farmers as well as low richer struggle to educate himself fight military occupation forces and achieve independence for his country completed in nineteen thirty eight. Lawrence's series the life of to Lower. -Ture consists of forty-one panels in many ways this series. What serve as a template for the more astonishing works yet to come. He was a historian as well as an artist and was very important to him to get his message and get the teachings of history across. So that's why he decided to do series so that he would have captions to each one of the pictures so that they were there almost like storyboards for a movie you know. In which you you know you go. From scene to scene and he weaves together in their rhythms really returning back to what? Elaine lock was calling artists to do in the nineteen twenties and thirties. Melanie Harby as a professor of Art History at Howard University nine that African legacy in using tools and strategies from that period to address our contemporary moment. So we see figurative representations of African Americans and powerful stances going back to New Negro Movement and Times revising African American representation. The fact that in the nineteenth century there was a whole visual program a by individuals like not only Richard Alan. The founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church the oldest African American denomination in the states but also individuals like Frederick Douglass. Either beat truth literally using their representation as a way of redefining identity. National Right so in some ways we can think about. Even what Jacob Lawrence grows to do right as a building on this kind of visual strategy of correcting misrepresentations histories of oppression. Laurence POWELL TO SALT. Literature series additional works depicting the lots of big years including Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman. But his most ambitious work was yet to come.
"laurence powell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Nineteen eighty-two todos massive hit Rosanna entered the charts at number eighty one would soon work its way up to number one twenty six years ago. Nineteen Ninety-three federal jury convicted in LA convicted two former police officers Stacey Koon Laurence Powell for violating. The civil rights of Rodney King to other officers were acquitted twenty six years ago in nineteen Ninety-three hundreds of angry rap fans went on rampage. California's six flags magic mountain, then allies ING alluding saps. When they couldn't get into a sold out show by TLC and paper. Boy, Lord, forty people were injured in the ensuing chaos at the park the park announced there would be no more rap concerts. And we thank them for that. Twenty three years ago. Nineteen Ninety-six Lyle and Erik Menendez were spared the death penalty by an LA jury. Here's a Menendez. Brothers fun. Fact air claims that he never knew Lyle words who pay so when their mom pulled off Lyles rug in an argument, Eric thought she had scalped him. And this is true. It's true. It's creepy thirteen years ago two thousand six Melissa Ethridge announced that she and her partner. Tammy Lynn Michaels were expecting twins Tammy gave birth to the twins October of two thousand six Melissa already had two kids with their previous girlfriend. Julie cypher who were conceived thanks to donated sperm from David cross. You got it. What a bizarre trivia fact. At ain't right? Thanks for waking on with San Antonio first news with Charlie Parker, featuring Charlie Parker, charity McCurdy Megan Bishop, Tim Merryman, and Jim foresight, it San Antonio's first news on NewsRadio twelve hundred W O a good.
"laurence powell" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Bengal's game. His last seven games and just getting the third goal for the. We'll take a look at that goal. Once again. Nice job by the terrorists. Closing up Tampa, Sherry. Bill. Three to the nets. And this is the night set a back to back situations for the up sixteen this season in the first game there four one in one four four and one I'm sorry. And then the second game five one and two so much better in the second game in the back. The. Favors. Squeezing a pass across used to win. Strides out the center taken over the line pilot tracks. Pilot didn't get it out keeping it in kucherov. She'll give away that ends up in buffalo narrates three three. Now, this is something we talked about you cannot turn the puck over in the middle of the ice in your own zone. It's gotta go up the walls. Everything's gotta stay outside. See kucherov twenty second goal of the season. And he's going to tie this game here under pressure, the sabers along the wall. You can't do it. You gotta put that hard high and hard off the glass, if it's not there, you gotta make sure you get a chance to get it into the neutral zone. And Laurence Powell was the guy that fed this puck up the wall. It's intercepted Bank to the middle of the ice drop not covered yet all the time in the world. But this past clean us. All mark. Just in the midst announcing the sabers, go ahead goal when Malaysia Lynn comeback and score is Rodriguez sending it through Senator Thompson. Gets over the line backhand drop back. And it was intercepted off the wars. But McKay did not keep it in its upside at the blue line. I don't know about that one Jake McCabe was able to knock that one out of the air. Keep it fair. He's shaking his head on it right now. But. Linesman was right on top of it. But nevertheless, face off outside. Bovine in front of their bench..
"laurence powell" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Been called Rochester. He'll be the backup. Goaltender day to Lena's. Ullmark who starts in goal is Buffalo's in there all navy blues with gold numbers and gold trim Philadelphia in their whites with the bright, orange numbers and the black trim. I'll speak with you next. When the first is over on our intermission report, Paul Hamilton will have a live interview as soon as the period comes to an end for now. We're ready for puck drop. Brian Coles, y'all sending things next door. Here's Rick Jenrette with robbery sabres in the flyers. Enjoy. Down at the other again, mostly the reason. Carter Hutton is on the injured list. At least today in any event at Limassol. Mark will make your second straight start equal. For the Buffalo Sabres first period replays brought to you by the Ford dealers of western New York, get a Beer cO from a company that's been building them for one hundred years built Ford. Frederick wash. By the referees. Derrick a bell and Mark Shujaat. We'll be looking out for the lives gust spirit ship today. Head slides around behind the buffalo debt, but age it. Get away by Coney. Couldn't get the long shot at bumps. Rosana the. The next big losers been close. But is there to fire it on for Reinhard back to the golden? The across I use Dolly. Kate. By the boards. Again, broke about trillion. Sabres ticket. To scoop it eventually does he wants to get to the shooting? Billy why they got to get it moving again woke up on the way. Shut-away cetera. Sit around behind the buffalo dead. By risk alive. Steered right inside the buffalo zone again crystalline. And you got it. The pilot pilots double team behind the net get some help and it's a handle on the boards. Now, take it away. Kicked up and escapes with Sheri's. Jerry drops it off long shot that would get through Jerry's got it again, he slept at around of the wall. They back to the point held in by buffalo iceberg by pilot. Banged around behind the flyer net. And they'll get a chance to get it out. Now. Make sure that. Back by the sabres again. Picked up by middle of couldn't get anywhere wires recovering. The puck. The buffalo territory. Water comes around the boards to tried to get out in front of all Mark knock it down on the way. It goes. Over the line. So what? Back the water kept in by. Front. Couldn't control it jumps up in the air Phillies. Turn the printer the other direction. Only the lose it again. Covered. Their whistled in Poso water up to Scott it around to the board. This other by. Down the flyer live. He just failed to get away as the goaltender had to cover up on McClay. Roswell park Comprehensive Cancer Center. The number one afternoon as women special teams PowerPoint through showed off requires twenty eight. Thirty. Side you run into a few injuries got to work as a group for the second thing. Don't think you're going to grow up. There is all yourself shots and traffic the goaltender carousel continues here Philadelphia. You gotta try to take advantage of it. Flyers with the puck shaming the air to center. To mark. And he's going to say that's enough. We'll drop back beside me. I think the best thing here for later saw early first base down a little bit. You don't want to get a little pressure. Download try to take advantage of you. Maybe work the down soul that pays down. Just take that flow away from him. And then start working your game. Pretty good chances is able to get out of his own pretty clean. What's got into? The offense is great. It's a good opportunity to get the fuck. Just gotta continue that every chance she got. Ruffalo winning the behind the net goes. Brought the sadder, Darlene. Darlene taps it. Indeed. Plays it back. It was a cornerstone the way by burglary. Berkeley, flings it to the other side. Whipped around on the boards for and kept it in their doubts broker that brought to center ice. The over the blue line in with a passionate besides devoted buffalo stealing it back again with the Saturday. Brooke right back in by the flyers again with a shift. Not that to the side. Back to Senator the recovered by Philly. Why did part? Get it around on the floor had some difficult picked up now and cleared ahead. As the right back together by real gets gets check back through the neutral zone. Tipped off the boards. Dudas got it up on the way back in the line the shot shot at all. Say. Tara. The center. Much. Brow? Jack. These thirty. Researchers. Taking the shot for treating. Puts it far side. That was a big one Jackson. I. Greg Kerr he connects. Four zero four to the first period. Doc. The boards cleared around behind the buffalo. Our spirit up the middle again the past Reinhard. Saturday. Can't do it. Recovered by buffalo. And behind the Cybernet knocked the Dow sputtered around the boards over the. Players will recover. Brought over the blue light again and whistle down on the upside. And boy it took a long time for that too. Jack, Michael tried to jump over the line. Feet were on the air. Would help a little bit great defensive play into zone. Just before that Laurence Powell doing a nice job. Standing up picking time to face for man with a box to enter disabled zone. Nice job there. Standing up taking that away a little poke at Joel. There. Go down the ice. Problem. Bill on the draw for buffalo with the flyers. Maintain possession has cleared on the wing over the buffalo lie. In a way. Dibble's around the middle stat really keeping it in there the whole now, let's oppa states and cuts away the center ice look on bills passing over the line. Great. The goaltender. Puffs away the center. Lord, right back again to pass it to the corner. The center. Sling in Holland Bill, tried to get back into the courtroom Bill Scott again. Let's start. Is mix the say. Stay tuned to the guerrilla collision. Coming up later in the broadcast terrific allegedly official collision repair centers of the Buffalo Sabres favors HR point scoring one goal. And they just keep calling the shooting from all different angles guy driving through the net. Jason bomber with a great chance middle stat turns and fires. Got cherry battlement in front. Nice thing is they're hitting. They're looking to shoot the puck. They're not looking over password today. Parole describes cetera recovered but buffalo at setback hill capital. Andrew McDonald leads. It the corner will try their luck all the way to say. That's not. Bad as far as cetera also Clinton controlled it. And don't lean coverage. The darlene. His way through center gives you another the flower weapon ally for the stroked up there. So both good come up again. Both James trying to make a change. Over the. Boards kicked you out. Dear God Carter by Nolan. Patrick, take it away by buffalo tops. The center ice Larson gets it in. Got a little bit quieter license after it again after the next. -squitoes takes it away. Little glow to play thirteenth nineteen remaining. First period. Check. This is the Buffalo Sabres radio network..
"laurence powell" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"So we've been talking a good bit about well, the criminal Justice, or as a lot of libertarians would refer to it the criminal Justice system. And there was actually a pretty big victory on Tuesday in Louisiana of all places. Where voters end up overwhelmingly repealing split juries. Yeah. This was one that I wasn't following Daryl brought it up. So I dug up a quick story. But let's get through a little bit of this. And I think we can talk about the sort of the background and things that this comes to us from vox headline Louisiana votes to eliminate. Jim crow. Jury law with amendments to Louisiana voters during Tuesday's midterm elections approved amendment to eliminating the Jim crow law that made Louisiana one of two states allowing non unanimous juries and felony trials. So let me explain what that means. And how it worked in Louisiana. And I know this only because I happen to have listened to a podcast recently. Episode of wrongful conviction. You didn't read one paragraph ahead. Go ahead and. What of the guys that was on there? He was somebody that was exonerated. He was convicted through one of these split juries, right? And the jury it was twelve person jury they voted ten to two that's all it takes a convict. And if it would have been nine three he would not have been convicted, they would've just like stayed there. A little longer you come to a decision, right, man. Ten of you come to a decision, right? And he actually said that at one point it was nine to three got late in the day. And because it was a Friday and the jury didn't wanna stay there over the weekend. Trying to come to a decision. Somebody went ahead and said, yeah, I'll go ahead and say guilty, right. So that we can go home for the weekend. And that happens guy what twelve at twelve. Yeah. For like fifteen years for a crime. He did not commit right? Craziness. This gives a little bit of background here in the late nineteenth century Louisiana was facing a new constitutional requirement after the passage of the US constitution's fourteenth amendment. The forced to stay to include black people in juries. That's that was one of the things that came out of the fourteenth amendment. Equal protection. Correct. Since Louisiana required. Juries to reach unanimous decisions as is standard, this meant a single black person on a jury would have a lot of power, which would weaken white louisianans, hold over state government and its laws. The state found a workaround conveniently as part of a constitutional convention in eighteen ninety eight meant to perpetuate the supremacy meant I'm gonna say that again meant to quote, perpetuate the surpremacy of the Anglo Saxon race in Louisiana unquote, internet a slew of Jim crow measures one of them allowed split juries for felony trials. So. So that a few black jurors could be easily overruled by a white majority. Quote. This was part of the night 1898 constitutional convention, which is famous for disenfranchising. Black voters unquote Laurence Powell story at Tulane university. In New Orleans told me, quote, it is around also around this time of the plus v. Ferguson case that had just got sanctioned from the US court for racial segregation. It's all part of that mix unquote Louisiana was one of two states that allow split Jerry decisions in criminal cases, requiring just ten of twelve jurors to agree to a verdict in serious felony trials. Oregon is the only other state that allows split juries. But even it requires unanimous verdicts for murder trials, right? So in Louisiana, someone could be sentenced to death, right? Were they split jury. Right. And that's insane. Amendment two requires unanimous decisions for felony trials. It isn't retroactive instead taking effect only for cases after January first twenty nineteen the state legislature passed a Bill with bipartisan support to put the issue on the ballot. The state's Democratic Party and Republican party back the measure as well as organizations all over the political spectrum from the American Civil Liberties union ACLU to the coke back Americans for prosperity of Louisiana. There isn't much data on how non unanimous juries, actually, work and Louisiana, but the data we do have suggested a disproportionate racial impact. The New Orleans advocate summarized its review of nearly one thousand jury convictions over six years, quote, the newspapers analysis found that forty percent of trout convictions came over the objections of one or two holdouts when the defendant was black the proportion. Went up to forty three percent versus thirty three percent for white defendants, unquote. So how did this law a blatant leftover? The Jim crow era remain on the books. I'll tell you. How it remained on the books? The politicians just turned up line die to. We're just got pretend that that doesn't exist over there, and we'll get around to maybe one of these days. But in the meantime, we have the same situation in Virginia. I recently moved here from Virginia, and we had fell in permanent felon disenfranchisement in Virginia. And if you go back and read the minutes of the constitutional convention, which they enacted that they're just straight up using racial slurs. Like if you wanna find them, Google Virginia. Felon disenfranchisement. Yeah. Convention minutes, and then the racial slur of your choice and the politicians at the time outright said that it was to prevent black people from voting, although they didn't use the word black people. And then they went and invented a bunch of new felonies that the only selectively prosecuted black people, and we. On the books in Virginia. They have not made a fix for it yet. The governor has to sign back the voting rights all time that there was the big kerfuffle last year where he tried to do a blanket restoration sixteen. Okay. Two years ago. I knew it was fairly recently. And he came under fire and was told no you can't do a blanket thing. And here's like, all right. Get by predator ready and bring me a box of pens, and he just had to go through. Still have to individually petition and the legislature has been working on it. But they have not gotten a fixed through last I checked, and that's a holdover it was explicitly put into place to prevent black people from having any political power in Virginia. So you think we're over this? It's it's been one hundred years. But no. And then to this day, it's the Republicans who are usually fighting against this because well, I guess they still don't want black people to have political power. They've they kind of flip flop Republicans were there. A lot of them were original abolitionist back in the eighteen hundreds signed the abolitionist and wanting the slaves to be equal to the free white man are not necessarily because ABRAHAM LINCOLN the great abolitionists wound up saying term loosely, right? I tongue firmly planted in cheek there. He said, and I'm going. To paraphrase instead of using the actual words that he said, but he said that the black man will never be equal to the white, man. Here's another one to Google would be the Lincoln Douglas, the fourth debate Google that one and just read the first couple paragraphs of what Lincoln had to say about black people. Yes, I'm going to continue with the story. And this is discussing this case, and why we still have this left on the books for one. The US supreme court has allowed non unanimous. Juries most. Notably nineteen seventy two's Johnson v Louisiana and apple Dacia V, Oregon the rulings remain in place today. The other issue is that Louisiana's laws could be spun to be not about race. But about making the court system more efficient what a court system that has more efficient. If it means putting innocent people behind bars here here, quote, they didn't use raw racist language in the debates. Justify the non unanimous jury rule unquote Powell said, even though quote, the whole constitutional convention was marinating in this kind of racial fluid. Your calls and thoughts. Welcome plus more on this non unanimous jury vet was luckily repealed in Louisiana..
"laurence powell" Discussed on WRVA
"A. To our Saturday morning we'll see plenty of sunshine through the morning and into the afternoon high temperatures in the mid eighties today we're. Mainly clear, with overnight lows in the low to mid sixties for embassy twelve I'm meteorologist Megan wise with NewsRadio. Eleven forty. W. r. v. a. and now a ninety six point one FM from the piersonhonda dot com weather center clear skies and sixty degrees in Libya park NewsRadio WNBA time six AM Cops in our area especially Chesterfield county still on the hunt for Joshua Matthew Frederico the forty four year old Chesterfield county man wanted for questioning in conjunction with the shooting of his estranged wife and possibly boyfriend does violent altercation caused the closure of black road yesterday cops in our area still hunting for Frederico they say that he shot, the woman and perhaps her boyfriend. The boyfriend. Also is missing he's thirty eight year old Laurence Powell cops say. He may be wounded Richmond city, police still looking for the person or persons who committed a daylight shooting in the twenty. Three a block. Of Bethel street around three thirty yesterday, when cops arrived at the adult male lane in the street suffering from a gunshot wound than man taken. To the hospital with non-life threatening injuries a rapidly weakening tropical storm Elaine that's right. It's a tropical storm lane because it is no longer hurricane slowly breaking up off a Hawaii's coast no longer a threat will it still. Is a, threat no, longer hurricane and an update last night governor David Ige said All the weather conditions aren't a severe, is originally forecasted heavy rain is still pounding the. Country or the state I should say. All state parks and trails are remained closed and will remain closed until the storm has passed and until we have had the opportunity to assess the streams, and at the trail's just would like to. Remind people to remain vigilant we do anticipate lots of rain. From lean in the coming. Hours last Saturday morning we told you about a shooting at a high school in Florida during a football game well it's Saturday so it's time to tell you about a shooting at another Florida high school at a football game a Florida high school football rivalries in a triple shooting last night it happened just outside of Raines high school in Jacksonville one victim is dead, and two others are injured in. The shooting. That occurred outside the football fields main gates yours Jacksonville sheriff dot director Ron Lindsay rescue transported teenage. Male with a bullet wound. To the upper body in a teenage female with a bullet. Wound to the. Lower by two Local hospital for treatment the, third victim a young adult male died at the scene the sun. Comes up this morning at six thirty four and it's..
"laurence powell" Discussed on WRVA
"Near sixty degrees tomorrow with. Sunshine highs, lower eighties operates under sunny skies for Sunday from. NBC twelve. I'm meteorologist Jim Dunkin. On NewsRadio eleven forty w. r. v. a. and now on ninety six point one FM from the piersonhonda dot com. Weather center it's cloudy in Eighty-one in von NewsRadio w. RV, a time Chesterfield police are looking for a suspect in. A shooting on second. Branch road in Metallica that has left a woman critically wounded at this point county police have obtained warrants for speaking an adult male suspect in relation to that shooting in thirteen thousand, seven hundred block the second branch road PD's Liz Karoon, says the warrants charge forty four year. Old Joshua Federico black road with malicious wounding and using a gun in a. Felony Federico is the victims estranged. Husband police, say, their investigation also indicates that the victim's boyfriend. Eight-year-old Laurence, Powell who also lives at the home on second. Branch road. May have also been. Injured in this shooting but they haven't been able to find him and say they don't know what his condition is. At this time Senator John McCain will discontinue treatment for brain Cancer according to his, family, ABC's, Alec stone with the latest in a statement the McCain family says the progress of his brain cancer and the advance of age have rendered their verdict the. Family going on to say with John McCain's usual strength of will he has chosen to discontinue medical treatment the family is now. Thanking those who have kept them in their prayers federal prosecutors in North Carolina say they're charging nineteen people with registering the vote or casting ballots illegally because they weren't. US citizens prosecutors today say nine people who are citizens, of Mexico Nigeria Japan and other countries are charged with felonies for falsely claiming. US citizenship when registering. The vote and we're also indicted last month on misdemeanor crimes by a federal grand jury in Wilmington for voting in the two thousand sixteen federal elections eight others from Haiti Germany Poland, and other countries were accused only a voting illegally in, two thousand sixteen three more foreign nationals. Were charged with visa or passport fraud besides illegal voting another The closest says President Trump cooperating with federal prosecutors ABC's Karen Travers is at the White. House sources, familiar with Alan wisely bergh's agreement with federal prosecutors, in New York say the longtime Trump organization CFO provided information specifically and only as it relates. To Michael Cohen president's former personal attorney that information came both in the form of documents and testimony earlier this year all under an agreement, that Weisselberg would have, immunity, according, to these sources that agreement was solely for an investigation of Cohen and it does not appear that Weisselberg will be helping on any other matters this time It. Took a jury just thirty minutes to find a Florida. Man guilty of threatening to kill a judge who ruled against him and a custody case the fact that Allan Macartney continually interrupted. The proceedings by screaming shouting and cursing the legal system may not have helped his case checking your money that Al. Industrials.
"laurence powell" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A new stretch of road work getting getting very, slow through, Hayward northbound eight eighty from a street up to two thirty, eight right now eventually this slowdown will probably extend all the way. Up to Davis. But right now it's just. That. Section and then, southbound eight eighty in the same neighborhood. It's slow from a street down tonight to Cal. Trans They're and they're. Still out in force in Freemont northbound eight eighty s she. Passed auto mall Parkway a, pretty long slows stretched. There on the ultimate the road work has, commenced eastbound five eighty now very slow from the railroad tracks all the way out to highway. Two oh. Five your next traffic update at ten twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS area forecast here's the six day outlook from KCBS. Dense coastal fog spreading. Into the bay overnight mostly clear inland however lows in, the fifties we'll be mostly. Sunny inland tomorrow. With partly cloudy skies around the, bay and fog the coast sixties of the, beaches seventies around the bay about ninety inland a slightly warmer on Thursday could see a few low nineties. And then into the mid nineties on Friday Saturday Sunday and Monday. Warming trend begins sixties low seventies of the beaches with seventies and. Eighties bayside around the, bay tonight it's fifty eight in Santa Rosa San Rafael Sixty two at sixty and Napa concord. Checking in at sixty three Oakland sixty two degrees Livermore sixty sixty five in Fremont Redwood City and San Jose sixty three and at sixty one on the embarked Darrow in. San Francisco. Traffic and weather together on the eight on KCBS KCBS news time ten twenty as. Our Newswatch continues tonight I'm John Evans the firefighter from Utah who is killed yesterday. Was identified today, Draper, battalion chief Matthew for. Lost his life in the line duty Draper City Utah mayor Troy Walker said Burchette, was forty two he was battling flames downstream of damn when a tree fell on him and other firefighters chat is the six firefighter killed this summer in the California firefighters and, has, been more than. A month since the Ferguson fire erupted near Yosemite ten days later the car fire was sparked. In. Shasta county four days after that, the men Indochino complex fire, began becoming the largest in state history KCBS has Holly Quan. Says the fires and the firefighter death toll are taking a toll Menlo Park fire chief, herald Schapelhouman only allows ten percent of a staff. To rotate out for wildfires right now eight of them are on the lions on the car and then to see no complex fires but they started out at the Ferguson one he says the revolving door of firefighters is becoming the norm they're calling a, researcher from all over the country let alone all over the world because that's how bad it is how big it is that's how, much demand. There is there's every single day the resource. Ordering system people there's. Not enough people with the search qualifications and skills necessary to fill those positions I mean are medics literally can come back and someone else can go out to what we call an open order which means that, is soon as, we'll take anything you have he says it used to be that, you would The lower your station flag for a firefighter fatality for a week, at a time but it's been had half staff for the. Last month with six firefighters killed on duty KCBS Eleven large wildfires continue to burn here in California one hundred percent containment was achieved today on the river fire. That's half of the Mendocino complex, blaze the ranch fires at sixty four. Percent containment the car fire and Shasta is sixty five percent contained the Ferguson fire near Yosemite is, eighty seven percent, contained most of Yosemite national park reopened to the public today here's, KCBS has Rebecca corral if your your, seventy camping reservation was cancelled in the, past few weeks sorry to say but your mostly out of luck that had reservations, that were cancelled, unfortunately aren't able, to re book does, but anyone with a reservation moving forward ten command people are you coming into. Their campsites people with hotel and cabin reservations national park ranger Scott Gettleman says on, the other hand there are openings because of all the cancellations and people still avoiding. The area so this may be a good time to make a spontaneous trip to the valley The section of highway. Forty one remains closed but with the valley open meadows or. Open for visitors businesses both here in, the park, and the surrounding. Communities are open it's absolutely beautiful blue skies and clouds and it's a great time to come up to you. Seventy in addition to the tens, of millions of dollars lost by businesses. Around your seventy the park itself may have to cut costs to roads and other improvements because of, all the visitor, fees they weren't able to collect Rebecca chorale KCBS cinema county board, of supervisors approves a fire deployment plan, that would consolidate the thirty nine fire, agencies in the unincorporated areas of Sinaga voters would decide whether to approve a half, cent sales tax, in two thousand, nineteen that would raise, forty two million a year for their operation the plan also would add more. Than one hundred eighty fulltime staff at a cost of twenty five million a year And a former LAPD sergeant who went to. Prison for his role in the, beating of Rodney King has pleaded not guilty to, driving under the influence 67-year-old Stacey Koon faces two misdemeanor counts Koon and three other LAPD officers were charged with excessive force and beating Rodney King back in nineteen Ninety-one there were criddle the following year led to rioting over several days that claimed dozens of lives in Los. Angeles Coon officer Laurence Powell later went to prison on federal civil rights charges Koon was released in nineteen ninety five It was an update from Wall, Street the, Dow Jones. Industrials rose one hundred twelve points or four tenths percent to. Twenty five thousand, two hundred ninety nine the NASDAQ and the, s&p five hundred both closed six tenths. Percent higher shares. Of Home Depot fell half a percent even though the home improvement chain reported a. Solid eight percent increase. In same, store sales for the second quarter Kroger.
"laurence powell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Five thirty seven good morning Gary Jeff seven hundred wwl w August fourth Seventeen ninety the US coastguard had its, beginnings President George Washington signed a measure authorizing a group of revenue cutters to enforce tariff in trade laws and prevent. Smuggling, America, first The first president said eighteen thirty plans for the city of Sikado laid. Out This day one thousand nine hundred businessmen Andrew, Gordon, and his, wife Abby axed to death in, their home in Fall, River Massachusetts Lizzie Borden. Andrew's daughter from a, previous marriage accused of the killings but acquitted at trial Nineteen fourteen, Britain declared war on, Germany for invading Belgium The state nineteen thirty six Jesse Owens won a second of his four gold medals at the. Berlin Olympics prevailing in the. Long jump, over a German Hitler was not please August, fourth nineteen forty, four fifteen. Year old direst and Frank arrested with her sister parents and four others by the Gestapo after hiding for two years inside. A building an Amsterdam Nineteen sixty four in this state the bodies of missing civil rights workers Michael Swarner Andrew Goodman James Chaney found buried in an earthen dam, and Mississippi Arthur bremmer The guy who tried to assassinate George Wallace was convicted and sentenced to sixty three years in prison for his attempt later released in nineteen or in two thousand seven Jimmy Carter signed a measure establishing the department of energy on this date in nineteen seventy seven another low point in the Carter presidency that's opinion not fact but Nineteen. Ninety-three August fourth federal judge, sentence Los Angeles police officers Stacey Koon and Laurence Powell to two. And a half years for violating Rodney King Rodney, king's civil, rights Let's see Folks, celebrating birthdays, actress singer, Tina Cole. Seventy five Richard Belcher find, comedian actress seventy four football hall. Of Famer John Riggins who ran behind the infamous hogs of the Washington Redskins to a couple of Super. Bowl titles John Riggins is. Sixty nine Billy Bob Thornton turns sixty three, today she must have been the youngest of the bunch of the sound. Of music cast Kim carafe, is sixty she had to be the tiniest little girl. Hall of fame track, star Mary decker Slaney, turns sixty today, former President. Barack Obama's Fifty-seven Michael Gilman of the live with Kelly. And Ryan show is fifty seven Roger, Clements turns fifty six, that Bob, Sierra of. The boo Radley's is fifty, actor Michael deluise turns forty nine. Jeff Gordon's forty seventh birthday today rapper actress yoyo she always comes back is forty seven country singer Joe. Nicholson is forty five day The former. Megan Markle now the duchess, of Sussex is thirty-seven actress Abigail Spencer is thirty-seven actress. Greta gerwig turns thirty, five crystal Bauer sucks. Of American idol, fame and. Some successes a country artist afterward thirty-three, Tom Parker of. The band the wanted his thirty And that's about it that's. The rundown for you Got your. Forecast just ahead and twenty twenty sports emir moments as we get you going this morning Saturday morning edition. On seven hundred wwl w You're listening to seven hundred wwl Which earns you. A big thumbs up, from me you, can't see it but trust me it's.
"laurence powell" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the news on a friday july sixth and for jones lee wayne resnick and me well former msnbc host ed schultz has passed away at the age of sixty four natural causes whatever that means right pretty young to die and he is not only was he considered probably the most liberal of at least in the back in the day rachel maddow was pretty out there but he was a very acerbic sort of over the top talk show host and television host and he died of hypocrisy because he was a complete total hypocrite wow why because he ended up working at rt america today and all of a sudden he changed his tune as to how much he loved russia for example he lately has been backing russia's position that there was no mentally i mean just come on really he even spoke on a panel at the annual conservative political action conference that he wants compared to nazi germany and all of a sudden you went the other way so little hypocrisy their former l a police sergeant who is locked up over the beating of rodney king has now been charged with two counts of dui stacey koon familiar that's coming back he was he was a sergeant if i'm not mistaken yes and he got nailed i i think worse than anybody because he was a supervisor he did jail time didn't he will they all did i think he that's right koon and laurence powell went to prison on federal civil rights charges and what was pity serve in jail to three years and this was federal prison because he was acquitted in state court and they had the videos and it was a young lawyer in ethiopian guy who had sort of just graduated law school they took the case and he wanted and it was a miracle coon apparently is facing two misdemeanor counts for allegedly crashing his truck into a parked pick up may i in kostanic all right now police officer cal state fullerton has been charged with dui driving his patrol vehicle what does it tell you when he shows up drunk a police briefing well it was not to be fair it was in the evening still think that shows a problem yes let alcohol level point zero nine according to prosecutors just a hair over being supposed to be a point oh anything driving a patrol car a point two three as opposed to drive past a liquor billboard and that's probably true all i'm saying is that is just one step above what's legally drunk i mean it's not screaming falling down in a stupor drunk hey i know where i had a couple of bad cop stories but i want to give a quick shot out to the cops in pasadena they're heading out to bars and clubs for educational purposes so they're going to go out to drink no they're gonna take breathalyzers into the clubs and just let people try them out oh this is a way for people to go holy crap i didn't realize after a couple of whatever's this is how high blood alcohol is i thought that was a really good idea it actually yeah yeah i agree that's that's pretty because people have unity there's a house air that if you take a mince for example then in your mouth terminates well here's one more bad cop story but he's not necessarily a cop burke who apparently and i don't get this recorded people inside a restroom at the long beach police department what i'm saying i don't get is this must be a fetish kind of thing 'cause i don't i don't understand it anyway this guy's sergio nato downing was arrested last month after he allegedly photographed and videotaped people inside a restroom at the department's downtown office now we don't know to what extent video them just walking in the door and being in the common area or men up at the urinal which i'm assuming is fairly easy because that's within the common area but in the stall and it doesn't say which restroom men women no it was a men's room oh it wasn't meant it was and it was on the second floor i don't know the layout of their department but i'm thinking it's more likely that was an employee's only not necessarily a public restroom it's gross no matter what yeah speaking of gross times three a forty nine year old man has been arrested after exposing themselves to young women on a bus and they and he's done it before.
"laurence powell" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"This is john hewitt from the vintage cars and floats to the marching bands and even a military flyover downtown northville was awash in red white and blue on this fourth of july and in these turbulent political times many parade goers like jackie of lavonia say they hope for a return to more civility as america celebrates its independence absolutely it is a big concern having four children of my own it's something i worry about their future but we just try to stay positive and think of all the good things this country has to offer gene from northville views the fourth of july is a good chance for everyone to come together i really reflects more on just the freedom that we have and everybody that sacrifice so much for us in the past years in northville john hewitt w w j newsradio nine fifteen yeah hot one for a parade because of that correspondent clayton neville says health experts are encouraging americans to check on their elderly loved ones in this brutal heats many parts of the country are celebrating the fourth ninety degree temperatures and in places like ohio tennessee and texas it feels even hotter matt's evenki is the director of an ambulance service in fort worth and says the brutal heat is especially difficult on the elderly those folks might be indoors but the air conditioning is working very well or maybe they haven't even turned it on for some reason so checking on those folks as well just to make sure that they're doing okay during days like this would be really life saving the heat wave expected to ease in parts of the midwest and northeast as the week continues but triple digits should hit the west coast by friday clayton neville dallas many cities across the country have banned the use of fireworks but experts say thousands of people will still be winding up in the emergency room the consumer product safety commission says almost thirteen thousand people went to the emergency room with injuries caused by fireworks last year med stars matt savant ski says even sparklers are burning at two thousand degrees and just the slightest touch on skin near the is one of those sparks come off of the sparkler and going to somebody's eye significant eye injury but he also says alcohol can lead to injuries patient got a very significant hand injury because they thought it would be a good idea to launch roman candles while holding onto it with her hand alan sky for cbs news dallas meantime are the government's dietary guidelines making americans fatter one health experts says yes as we hear from correspondent john stolnis about ninety three million americans were considered obese in two thousand fifteen and sixteen roughly four in ten of all americans according to data released by the cdc last month but it may not be our fault according to nina titles executive director of the nutrition coalition and author of the big fat surprise we twenty percent more vegetables than we did in nineteen seventy eight thirty five percent more fresh crews the government told all americans to ramp up their consumption of carbohydrates mainly greens and it's not as americans are simply being lazy fifty four percent of us now meet the government's physical activity guidelines and that's up from forty one percent in two thousand and five i'm john stolnis it's developing this afternoon a fourth of july shooting in center line as we hear from ww j newsradio nine fifties lauren barth old to are hospitalized after a gun went off around four o'clock in the morning police were called to the area of ten mile road and van dyke where they found the victims with non life threatening wounds there is no suspect information available an investigation is ongoing lauren berthold ww gay newsradio nine fifty not legitimate that's what the city of detroit says about a free housing program fair that had thousands of people waiting outside the culminate young municipal center this morning hoping for a free home the city was telling people not to give out personal information laurence powell was one of those in line that stretched down the sidewalk outside city hall we got a lot of wholesale here thinking they go get a free home but the way it sounded l'egalite nah organizers were looking to collect signatures in hopes of creating a new government in detroit the city's police department they were on scene as people were asking to be signing those petitions eight ninety two year old woman allegedly kills.
"laurence powell" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The blood sweat and sacrifice of american hero mr trump is hosting a white house concert tonight not far from the national mall where hundreds of thousands are expected to brave the heat for the huge capital fourth celebration it's not even noon in washington the feels like temperature is already one hundred one here's cbs's kris van cleave the city is already added additional cooling centers here and that's in addition to about a half dozen or so i aid tents that will be on the mall dozens of first responders will be here to help anyone affected by the sweltering temperatures and the humidity wcbs tv's lonnie quinn says the northeast will get a break in a couple of days fridays when an actual cold front comes through the area so this this is your game changing this breaks the heat i think it breaks it big tar cbs news update i'm peter king and i'm jason scott in for jackie page at eleven thirty two among the traditional parades held on the fourth of july is the one in the city of northville the sounds of the plymouth fife and drum corps walking main street one of over ninety entries in this year's northville parade which included vintage cars floats bands and even politicians donna from the nearby plymouth says this parade has been a tradition in her family for years to north oh when i was seven years old and came for many many years left the state couple times and always come back to the freight on the fourth why is it a staple for you just a lot of childhood memories and parents and family and it's really like it now this year's parade also included a jet flyover from selfridge air national guard base many cities across the country they've banned the use of fireworks this year but experts say thousands of people will still wind up in emergency rooms the consumer product safety commission says almost thirteen thousand people went to the emergency room with injuries caused by fireworks last year med stars matt von ski says even sparklers are burning at two thousand degrees and just the slightest touch on skin near the is one of those sparks come off of the sparkler going to somebody's eye significant eye injury but he also says alcohol can lead to injuries patient got a very significant hand injury because they thought it would be a good idea to launch roman candles while holding onto it with her hand alan sky for cbs news dallas now those that are celebrating our urged not to celebrate by firing guns into the sky that may think there think they'll be hitting anything or anyone but those stray bullets can come down and they hurt and can kill people discharge a firearm into the air with complete disregard of the safety of others that's being a bad example and which worse than that is that could land you in jail that's miami police chief jorges kalina w w j news time eleven thirty four well it's frankly amazing shout down champions will be facing off this afternoon at nathan's famous fourth of july hotdog eating contest in new york where the men's record currently stands at seventy two frankfurters ten buns in ten minutes that's a lot of tom's ten time winner joey jaws chestnut will be competing against twenty other guys on new york's coney island boardwalk he set the record last year meantime meco pseudo is seeking a fifth women's title in a row the nineteen women held the field includes recordholder sonya the black widow thomas pseudo down fortyone franks in buns last year thomas's record is forty five but she managed thirty last season the event attracts thousands of inperson spectators it's also televised nationwide on espn it's not legitimate that's what the city of detroit says about a free housing program fair that had thousands of people waiting outside this morning the coleman a young unicycles center hoping for a free home the city was telling people not to give out personal information laurence powell was one of those in line that stretched down the sidewalk outside city hall we got a lot of folks out here thinking they go get a free home but the way it sounded nah organizers were looking to collect signatures in hopes of creating a new government in detroit detroit police they were on scene as people were asked to sign those petitions residents.
"laurence powell" Discussed on WTMA
"Texas or texas superfood dot com it's a one quarter of one percent hike for the federal funds rate the benchmark for the cost of most american consumer debt this decision marks another step in the ongoing process of gradually scaling back monetary policy combination a process that has been underway for several years but federal reserve chair laurence powell says he'll be closely watching the threat of a global trade war this on the eve of president trump's expected out of new tariffs on some products from china and the president's tweeting about the league over his congratulations to russian president putin over his reelection he says getting along with russia's a good thing not a bad thing he was reportedly furious over reports that he ignored a large all caps notes from advisers during the call that said do not congratulate millions in the northeast or dealing with yet a foot or more of heavy wet snow and it's more evacuation orders in parts of southern california as officials fear new rain will create new mudslides i'm richard johnson i i'm charlie james host of the tm morning show coming up on your thursday edition of the tma morning show charleston sues north charleston over west ashley property allegations against fifth circuit solicitor dan johnson get worse and worse the south carolina sanctuary cities bill passes through the house and some debates are set for the governor's race plus i'll be giving away tickets to see the globetrotters it's the tma morning show with me charlie james six to ten in the morning on the big talker twelve fifty w w tma dot com on the.
"laurence powell" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The organisation of sets the nation's mullin monetary policy more from mike cremedas the president of the new york federal reserve bank william dudley is expected to announce he's retiring according to cnbc deadly will step down early next year once his replacement is found in approved there are dozens of regional federal reserve bank presidents but the new york fed is especially important dudley has a permanent seat on the federal open market committee the group that sets interest rates word of dudley's impending resignation comes days after president trump announced the nomination of laurence powell to head the overall federal reserve the board of governors of the new york fed will choose w successor on microbes this it's ten til as america in the morning continues sand with more people working from home these days a new study suggests those workers are feeling the blues jan johnson has details more than half the employees surveyed by the harvard business review say they work at least some of the time from home and when they do they don't feel truly connected to colleagues the survey says employees working remotely are more likely to say there mistreated or left out specifically they wonder if for example co workers are saying bad things about them behind their backs or making changes on projects without telling them and the magazine says while managers anna police can take steps to fix this it affects productivity cost deadlines and employee stress and retention i'm jan johnson a new poll says snapchat twos increasingly these social lap of choice among american teams sears scott carr with that if you've got one of the world's six billion or so smartphones your likely using some form of social media like facebook or instagram a new poll by investment.
"laurence powell" Discussed on KOIL
"The organisation of sets the nation's mullin monetary policy more from mike cremedas the president of the new york federal reserve bank william dudley is expected to announce he's retiring according to cnbc deadly will step down early next year once his replacement is found in approved there are dozens of regional federal reserve bank presidents but the new york fed it is especially important dudley has a permanent seat on the federal open market committee the group that sets interest rates word of w's impending resignation comes days after president trump announced the nomination of laurence powell to have the overall federal reserve the board of governors of the new york fed will choose deadly successor i'm mike cremedas it's ten til as america in the morning continues sand with more people working from home these days a new study suggests those workers are feeling the blues jan johnson has details more than half the employee survey by the harvard business review say they work at least some of the time from home and when they do they don't feel truly connected to colleagues the survey says employees working remotely are more likely to say are mistreated or left out specifically they wonder if for example co workers are saying bad things about them behind their backs or making changes on projects without telling them and the magazine says while managers and employees his can take steps to fix this it affects productivity cost deadlines and employee stress and retention i'm jan johnson a new poll says snapchat twos increasingly these social lap of choice among american teens here's scott carr with that if you've got one of the world's six billion or so smartphones your likely using some form of social media like facebook or instagram a new poll by investment banking firm piper jaffrey says snapchat is what most american teens are using it easy it's accessible it's quick and its secret or at least cry that as much as things can be via social media expert steph woods at american university says the media giant in the midst of using a big new infusion of.
"laurence powell" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The organization it said the nation's mullin monetary policy more from mike cremedas the president of the new york federal reserve bank william dudley is expected to announce he's retiring according to cnbc deadly will step down early next year once his replacement is found in approved there are dozens of regional federal reserve bank presidents but the new york that is especially important dudley has a permanent seat on the federal open market committee the group that sets interest rates word of w's impending resignation comes days after president trump announced the nomination of laurence powell to head the overall federal reserve the board of governors of the new york fed will choose w successor i'm mike for me this it's ten til as america in the morning continues sand with more people working from home these days a new study suggests those workers are feeling the blues jan johnson has details more than half the employee survey by the harvard business review say they work at least some of the time from home and when they do they don't feel truly connected to colleagues the survey says employees working remotely are more likely to say they are mistreated or left out specifically they wonder if for example co workers are saying bad things about them behind their backs or making changes on projects without telling them and the magazine says while managers and employees you can take steps to fix this it affects productivity cost deadlines and employee stress and retention i'm jan johnson a new poll says snapchat twos increasingly these social lap of choice among american teams here's scott carr with that if you've got one of the world's six billion or so smartphones your likely using some form of social media like facebook or instagram a new poll by investment banking.
"laurence powell" Discussed on WTVN
"Still as the champagne to this day with his name on it pretty expensive as i recall on this date nineteen forty four see nothing me important happened between sixteen 93 in 1944 i find that hard i do too and fearing paul and find out are to believe to an frank and her family were discovered by nazi police of family had been hiding in secret quarters above her father's factory in amsterdam all on for more than two years on this day nineteen seventy the doors front man jim morrison was arrested in los angeles for public drunkenness fell asleep on a woman's front porch or is drunk on dom perignon blagaj possible by the way was a benedictine monk he was yes i thought that was the case okay how do you like to you know walk sidon jim morrison's passed out on your porch i'll pass on that one enemy to buy can in 1982 on this day joe young blood became the first major league baseball player to play and get two hits for two different teams in the same day during an afternoon game he drove in a winning run for the new york mets once the game was over he was traded to the montreal expos and played in a night game in philadelphia he singled in the fourth inning for them on this date 1983 new york yankee outfielder dave winfield was arrested by toronto police for causing unnecessary suffering to an animal during pregame warmups winfield drew a baseball and accidentally killed a goal i take that seriously apparently in uh in toronto mistake 1992 three police officers were indicted and charged with aiding and abetting videotaped beating of black motorist rodney king in california and one year later on this day and 1993 two police officers were convicted of violating rodney king civil rights stacey koon and laurence powell were sentenced to two and a half years in jail and on this date two thousand four mary kay latino the former washington state schoolteacher who was convicted of raping her sixthgrade student was freed from prison on this date luke turnout was.