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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Least five passengers and more than 35 crew members. Health authorities also fear the M S rolled. Ahmanson may have spread the virus to dozens of villages along Norway's western coast. It's currently docked in Trump, so the company also suspended two other ships in the region. Government says they will begin banning ships with more than 100 passengers from docking in its harbors. CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo Is New York Prosecutors continue their efforts to obtain President Trump's tax returns there, giving new hints says to the large scope of their investigation. More on that from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman the Manhattan D A. Cyrus Vance Jr urge the court to reject attempts by the president to block a subpoena for Mr Trump's tax returns. In court five lanes, Vance said the returns are needed to show what the D a called extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization. Vance said his probe is not limited to the so called hush money payments by Mr Trump to two women. Vance's comments suggest he is looking into a broad range of allegations aimed at the president and his business. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS CAME Alexa News. Time by 30 for this week's primary election is already record breaking, not in the sheer number of voters showing up, but in the way they're voting. Michael Calhoun, probably close to 70,000 absentee ballots have been cast already, which is By far a record ST Louis County's Democratic director of elections, Eric Face says Normally, absentee votes are a good indication of Election Day. But in June, a massive 45% of total votes were via absentee. He's forecasting a routine 25% turnout for this week. New equipment means that ST Louis County voters can show up so whatever polling place they'd like Michael Calhoun. ST Louis is news radio KMOX. The ST Louis police officer shot and injured last night will make a full recovery. But the ST Louis Police Officers Association is concerned with six officers being shot since just June 1st. Game. Alexis Marie Akina has those details. Most of these.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"On each other in North ST Louis, leaving several dead police major Merry war. Nikki is heading up the investigation. We have a shooting where we believe Shots were fired between two groups. We have three Blackmails. Dead here on the scene. We have 1/4 victim who's being treated at a local hospital, or Nicky says they don't know what led to the shooting. But it's possible some shots were fired from a moving car because one of the dead man was found in a crashed car happened around two o'clock in the 5500. Bock of Floyd. The latest killings brings the July total to more than 50 The number of people murdered in ST Louis City that represents 1/3 of all of the 150 killings in the city. Year to date, ST. Louis Police Officers Association president Officer Jaysh Order, says. Schroeder says he doesn't see any end in sight. I didn't think it would be worse, anything would be worse than June and I don't even I can't even imagine it being worse in July next month, but I mean, it just seems like the trend continues, continues to go up and up and up, And I mean, if Or basically averaging a murder a day Shorter says the other night, someone fired almost 60 rounds at an officer during a traffic stop at 14th and Biddle that officer was not hurt. He's hoping the department can hire more officers to fill some 130 vacancies. If the misery legislature does away with the city's residency rule during its special session. It's 6 34 4 34 on the West Coast and getting word of a 4.5 magnitude earthquake centered near San Fernando, California, just north of Los Angeles, will follow that. CBS may have the latest for us if there's any new information coming up at the top of the hour. The news is sponsored by Michael's flooring out, Let the flooring experts Michael's flooring outlet dot com What's being done to stop violent crime in ST Louis? Nine officers for two man cars in a sergeant? They're working on the riverfront Mayor Cruise and explains what officers are doing to stop late night cruising after the break. J. Foreigner.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Three men were killed, 1/4 rushed to the hospital following a shooting in North ST Louis. It happened in a residential neighborhood north of Interstate 17 year. Good fellow, the 5500 block of Foy police Major Merry War, Nicky says. The bodies were spread out with evidence of bullets fired all around is all outside As faras. We can tell. We have a large number of ballistic pieces of evidence that are on the scene will have to sort through. And we're really trying to put this pieces together here. Hopefully we can get somebody to cooperate and tell us what happened. Nikki says they don't know what led up to the shooting or how it unfolded but says one of the dead men was found inside a crashed car. It's possible, she says Shots had been fired from that moving car. Kevin Colleen Luis's news radio came away. Police could not provide the names of any of the victims. At the time of the news conference. Meantime, ST Louis Police officers Association president, Officer Jay Schroeder says something has changed. It's just Lawlessness everywhere. I mean, there's people running around with especially downtown. They're running around with hanging with guns hanging out of the car. I think officers are on the traffic stop the other night. And they've fired like 60 rounds at the policeman while they were on a traffic stop. Schroeder is hoping the Missouri Legislature in special session will do away with the city's residency requirement to help the department feel about 130 vacancies. He says he would also quote take any help. We can get If the city would request help from federal law enforcement. The man found shot to death in a fluorescent garage has been identified. Police say 28 year old Evan Williams had been shot multiple times He was found in a still running car inside an open garage on Bayberry Lane. Officers tried CPR until EMS crews arrived. No word yet on who shot Williams or why Flores and police are asking you to call if you have any information. Sunshine with intervals of clouds on Thursday. Couple of showers and thunderstorms possible with a high 83 mad look. Stegman came Alexe news. This is our American stories,.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:08 min | 4 months ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The district start with online only classes for the first quarter of the year. Adams made the recommendation at a school board meeting last night, echoing the call the teachers union made earlier this week as heard on KMOX. In related news students in Kirkwood will be staying home to start the school year. Record. Superintendent David All Rick said The decision to move to an all virtual start was made due to rising Corona virus rates The month of July has seen nearly 1/3 of all this year's murders in the city of ST Louis, and the police union is worried. There's no end in sight. This is Kevin Colleen. As of Tuesday. They were just You're 50 murders in July in the city of ST Louis. That's out of a total of 150 for the year. The president of the ST Louis Police Officers Association officer Jay Schroeder, says he's never seen anything like it in 15 years on the job. He says. It seems like the answer for everything is to get a gun and shoot, somebody says with a murder just about every day in July. Some days, two or three officers have been scrambling to cover all the crime scenes, and there's no sign that August will be different. Kevin Colleen Saint Louis NEWS RADIO came Alexe came o X news time is 7 14 a measure to eliminate ST Louis Cities residency requirement for police officers started a Senate Committee hearing on violent crime. City Police Commissioner John Aiden told the committee that the residency requirement has caused more than 100 unfilled vacancies. Meet the demands of the ongoing gun bombs and continuous demonstrations. Officers have had don't do a 12 hour days. Cancellation of recreation days. And countless irretrievable ours. Away from their families to say officers are physically emotionally and spiritually drained. We desperately need more officers and we need them now. The committee took no immediate action on the bill, kicking the governor's anticrime package off until after next week's primary. From the state Capitol. Philbrook SINK LOUIS his news radio KMOX from the Jefferson Bank and trust Business desk. The ST Louis City Health Department is temporarily shuttered for businesses that says were openly flouting mask and social distancing. Mandates. Wheelhouse Start bar Big Daddy's on the Landing and Marquis restaurant and lounge. We're all told. They need to shut down for two weeks. Mayor Crewson says she's taking this approach because the majority of bars and restaurants in the city are trying to follow the rules. It's also different than what's being done in ST Louis County, where all bars and restaurants will have to close at 10 p.m. Starting Friday came awake. Snooze time is 7 15 Now. Ginga, mo exports from the new ball, BMW Toyota Sports desk and What's the deal with the Cardinals? Well, here's the cards. Game. Recap with John Ready, sponsored by the Don brown Deal, Don Brown Chevrolet on South King's Highway at the entrance to the hill with Ricky Hardened. I'm John Rooney. And last night in Minneapolis, one inning did Carlos Martinez and the Cardinals in Five runs second on the way to the Twins 6 to 3 victory in their home opener. Good news. After that is the Cardinal's bullpen gave him a chance to come back in the game. The Cardinal's cut it to 6 to 3 with a home run late by Tommy Edmund. But hitless work from the Cardinal's bullpen really gave him that shot. And from the Cardinal bullpen. From that standpoint, Austin Gummer and ending in 2/3. Giovanni Gallegos was activated before the game yesterday, 2/3 of an inning dollar Web a scoreless seventh and John Gant worked a quick eighth inning. They were all very sharp against that tough Minnesota Twins lineup. The Twins scored five times in the second inning. A home run by or hey, Polanco capped it off a Donaldson home run in the fourth. Tyler O'Neill and Tommy had been homered for the Cardinals, but not enough 6 to 3. Minnesota Daniel Ponce de Leon against ritual tonight and we're on the air at 6 15 before the game. Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mose a lock with this announcement about Miles Michaelis, Michaelis, right, forearm Fletcher as experience in spring training or thought we were on Really good power and that his last couple times on the mouth. It just didn't feel quite right. Uh, received never dry yesterday was determined. Then he will need surgery. And so he'll miss the rest of the season and be ready for spring 2021. Daniel Pon. Still, Leone starts in his spot. Tonight in Minnesota. Major League Baseball has come up with a patchwork schedule for the remainder of the week due to that virus outbreak that sickened half of the Marlins team. MLB has suspended the marlin season through Sunday, so the Phillies remain idle by the pandemic is well until Friday. The Yankees were to play there they will not The Phillies were the last team to host the Marlins, the league says, among Mohr than 6400 cove in 19 tests conducted since Friday, though there were no new positives involving on field personnel from any team other than The Marlins. The Blues and Blackhawks played for 30 today. An exhibition game in Edmondson. I'm Tom Ackerman on the home of the Cardinal's Came Alexe high..

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Is six oh three will take a look at traffic and weather together coming up at six ten a terminated Flores and police detective charged with assault and armed criminal action is also accused of making a false report hammocks as Maria kena tells us the special prosecutor Tim Lamar calls Smith's account of the incident patently false source of police chief Tim Hagen says in his report Joshua Smith said the incident was an accident Floridians internal investigation as well as St Louis county police and the FBI also have investigations underway the business would have us do an internal investigation after the criminal investigation is done for a variety of reasons we started that process early and so that process is proceeding this proceeding slowly what if we evaluate everything it is that we do Jim lo marsh as an addition to armed criminal action Joshua Smith is charged with assault first and fourth degree assault first you've got to prove that the individual knowingly cause serious physical injury by means of a dangerous instrument deadly weapon in this particular case our view of the evidence just what we zero two eyes the man with that vehicle turned its head lights towards the victim that became a four thousand pound missile the sentence on the assault first an armed criminal action can range from ten to thirty years if convicted on the criminal action charge you must serve a minimum of three years Maria kena St louis' news radio camel acts in Saint Louis city mayor Krewson I control the green I treasury hi a very I bought a vote to okay a plan to equip metro police with body cameras the police union the St Louis police officers association is not fighting the plan association president officer Jay Schroeder says it's time.

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Police officer shortage rising in St. Louis City

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00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Police officer shortage rising in St. Louis City

"The St Louis police department is supposed to have more than thirteen hundred officers but it's short more than a hundred and fifty officers St Louis police officers association president officer Jay Schroeder says it's worse than that we're a hundred and fifty two policemen down on the whole department but the effects of those is where actually a hundred and sixty nine down the street so that these other units are full strength and if a loss comes out they take it's coming from the streets and on top of that Schroeder says there are another fifty St Louis city police officers not able to work on the streets because of injuries the result he says police aren't visible enough to deter crime response times are up things like car break ins can take more than an hour the answer he says is to scrap the residency rule and raise police pay to recruit and retain more

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:32 min | 11 months ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Because white groups and white organizations that have whiteness at their core at the center. Sir of their identity have now coalesced with each other colluded with one another to fight back against any type I to change she fights for and she's not just talking about this in theory. She's talking about reforming policies on police Lisa murder on use of force on enforcing policies around the huge disparity in traffic stops of you've black drivers versus white drivers which in Saint Louis Black drivers are pulled over exponentially more than white drivers. Even though white drivers have been found to have more illegal contraband substances than Black Drivers in Saint Louis and so as she fights to figure. You're out how she's going to reform the system. The Saint Louis Police Officers Association and a whole network of in essence. What are white white hate? Groups are working together to block and stop not just any reforms that she puts forward but any reforms that black collected officials all over St Louis. That black police officers try to fight for and in one fell swoop as the top prosecutor prosecutor in that city and county. She has filed suit against those groups using the law to her advantage. John was so powerful. is we're just now seeing things like this really for the first time in modern American history because we are just just now seeing in modern American history. What it looks like to have a woman like Kim Gardner running that system? Listen I'll be back in just a second. Have a quick word. Heard from one of our brand new sponsors. Were so glad to have them here on board with the breakdown and I'll be right back. Hey breakdown down listeners. It's a brand new year. And it's a great time to figure out smart ways to manage and invest your money. Which is why we are are so proud to have Robin Hood? 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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Report gunfire outside a mosque in Christ's church. New Zealand streamed live on social media. It was just a hint of the carnage come shootings left forty nine people dead. Dozens more injured in two mosques once survivor's story the blood spitting on me. Splashing on me. Oh, my God is going to happen to me. Now. Fortunately, I'm alive news. New Zealand reporter, Emma cropper is outside. One of the hospitals, treating victims wounded children and adults a Carney inside the hospital, the twelve operating theatres and us working on those urgently need help Al prime minister, just send June has called this New Zealand's, darkest die. She said this was fueled by height dollar. Ma Jude is worshipped at one of the mosques majority of you find this absolutely a current and police say they've got four suspects in custody. CBS news special report, I'm Peter King. Cable news time is six thirty two. There's a new uproar over last month's big United Methodist Church vote here in Saint Louis KOMO. Xs Brad, showed explains attendees of the denominations general conference from around the world rejected. I plan of inclusion and tightened the church's ban on gay clergy and same sex marriages on Thursday. The New York Times published an investigation that found some attendees were able to cast ballots without. Permission. What happens next is anybody's. Guess. The does not have a clear procedure on how to investigate or Judah Kate election fraud. Fed up with Saint Louis. Circuit attorney Kim Gardner, the Saint Louis police officers association is looking for a way to recall her from office. Police union spokesman Jeff Ross says they are pushing legislation in Jefferson City that would allow voters to recall sitting prosecutors, I think the voters in Saint Louis were allowed to recall her today as they are most other public offices. She'd already be gone,.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Four forty three degrees downtown at the arch the full forecast at ten six. I a couple of traffic notes looking at an accident sixty four westbound at route k taking up the two left lanes at this time. Also getting reports of a stalled vehicle to seventy eastbound just past Lindbergh, a judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed by the Saint Louis police officers association that sought to block names of the more than two dozen officers placed on an exclusion list by the city's top prosecutor over credibility concerns, Circuit Judge Michael seltzer issued the ruling after a state appeals court earlier in the day said the union lawsuit was patently insufficient. Circuit attorney Ken Gardner in August, drew up a list of officers who won't be permitted his primary. Witnesses in criminal cases. She hasn't said specifically what prompted that list, Missouri. Lawmakers blasted the state's revenue director today for not doing enough to inform people that their state tax refunds will be smaller. This year house government oversight committee chair. Robert Ross was blunt with the state's top tax collector about the impact for some zuri who suddenly discovered they'll have lower tax refunds to pay their bills. They don't have the stability in a lot of cases, you're going to have people that have not accounted had not made preparations to write this check. In response. The state's revenue department director told the committee. They tried to get Missourians a heads up that their tax refunds could be lower. Even thirteen axe burden remain the same from the state capital. Phil Brooks NewsRadio eleven twenty care Molex. A former Olympian village Missouri alderman has been sentenced to more than a year in prison for wire fraud. Gary actually was an alderman of the town of about seven hundred people in Jefferson County from two thousand eight to two thousand sixteen during that time he embezzled roughly one hundred eighty seven thousand dollars all used for his own personal expenses actually must serve fifteen months in prison and pay back all the money he stole.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Better together has released an updated amendment for voters to consider as talks of merging, Saint Louis city and county continue the group withdrew its proposal late Friday to make some minor wording and technical changes. And that's what it did the group for the most part deleted extraneous words, fixed misspellings and moved commas. The group also in several spots clarified the role that new metro city government would play in debt and pension obligations, again, mainly by replacing moving words around better together maintains as it did Friday that none of the alterations change any underlying policy recommendations, which means the plan is basically still the same better together. Run public meetings to talk about the plans start next month. The Saint Louis prosecutor issued a statement signaling an effort to improve her working relationship with the city police department. Here's came Alexis. Kevin Kelly the statement from circuit attorney Kim Gardner says she's reached a new understanding with police to communicate and cooperate more. When they gather evidence at crime scenes and deciding which officer. Will be excluded from testifying in court because of credibility issues reaction from Jeff Rawda with the Saint Louis police officers association, she's irredeemable she should move on to a job that she can do. Well, I don't know what that is. But it's not prosecute criminals. Adolphus Pruitt of the NFL ACP and Saint Louis says confidence level and Kim Gardner is extremely high the Saint Louis police officers association needs the bag down rutta rutta well Rodney's to bag down. Kevin Colleen NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox. The man who took over his Ferguson city manager while it was still in turmoil after Michael Brown. Junior's death has resigned mayor James Knowles, the third set in the statement that decarlo and see what's resignation is effective March first he's a finalist for a job in Georgia, rain and drizzle overnight with a low thirty four we could start the day Tuesday with a bit of rain and wet snow. No accumulation expected windy as the day goes on clouds breaking.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It claims that killed plans to sell most of its campuses to education corporation of America, which should self is also shutting down the accrediting commission of career schools and colleges revoked veterans accreditation. This year. The commission says the school failed to quote, demonstrate successful student achievement battery-operated campuses in Fairview heights, Berkeley, Saint Charles and sunset hills as well as the local culinary institute. Students and staff were told to gather their things Monday and leave campus. Some Saint Louis county municipal police departments would disappear measure coming before the state legislature in two thousand nineteen the measure would require smaller towns Macau d to disband their police departments. The measure would require those towns to contract for law enforcement. Services with the county or larger county towns that measure would not take affect for five years. He's affected would be those with a population less than five thousand or less than two square miles, even before Ferguson for years there've been legislative efforts to address the Miramonte of smaller communities in Saint Louis county from the state capital, Phil Brooks, NewsRadio eleven twenty more. Prosecutors in the Saint Louis county prosecuting attorney's office had voted to join a police union prosecutors and investigators voted by secret ballot entered the Saint Louis police officers association the association did not release the vote count that vote comes two weeks before. Ferguson attorney Wesley bell takes over Saint Louis county's prosecuting attorney the Saint Louis police officers association covers police officers in the city of Saint Louis clear skies are forecast overnight with low twenty nine mostly sunny Tuesday with a high fifty four I'm Alex bregman. Kmox news..

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"News I'm Alex. Bagman the NTSB has released an initial review of the digital video recorder system recovered from the duck boat that sank last week on table rock. Lake the review from a video recorder on board the duck boat. Revealed the crew, discussed weather reports before the tour began the report posted on the NTSB website says water was called when the duck boat went in around six, fifty five, pm but five minutes later Whitecaps appeared in the winds increased and alarm can be heard as water splashes inside the passenger compartment the inward facing video. Ends thirteen minutes later as the vehicle still on the, surface the agency recovered an SD card and a removable hard drive from the boats digital video recorder system A celebration of life for. Several members of an, Indiana family who, died in that in that capsizing dozens gathered with support for. Survivor Tia Coleman. Following the loss of her spouse three children and five extended family members we are a family and the outpouring of support and concern among her. Friends and colleague says not only overwhelming it's inspiring the former president. Of the Saint, Louis police officers association has agreed to stop wearing the union shirt while he campaigns for passage of a ballot issue that the union opposes the, union told, Gary Weicker to stop wearing a shirt with a union logo while he speaks in favor of prop a the so-called right to work Bill I think. What this is it's a it's an attempt to intimidate, me it's terminate Nellie me but it's a it's a way to intimidate all people who support crop Crap The police associations calling on its members to. Vote no one property saying it would be bad for unions clear to partly, cloudy our forecast overnight with a low around sixty. Five we'll see partly to mostly cloudy skies for the day Saturday with a high around. Eighty one could see a few showers and spots Saturday night thunderstorm possible to with a low sixty. Seven we're back up to seventy eight with a chance of showers and storms on. Sunday I'm Alex This is our, American story and some of our favorite stories of. Americans driven to undertake utterly unreasonable to push themselves because they couldn't bear, to have it any other way. Today, we're talking with team Parnassus.

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"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For most folks now this traffic a service of the. World famous fast air but there are still some delays, out there north county still, just a little, heavy past the inner belt through new floors and on eastbound seventy right now northbound. To seventy through the works on north of Dorsett again this little slowdown. There westbound seventy west of eight is e Stokes some congestion and sixty four out in Saint Charles county from three sixty four to seventy. That's still slow eastbound sixty four still has pockets of stop and go traffic east of Limburg maybe midway from there to McKnight on through Hanley than it opens up south one seventy, just kind of heavy in that. Left lane from the Parkway to sixty four olive at McKnight, they're working an. Accident there reporting debris in the. Right lane I'm not, seeing any backup though. Eastbound sixty four to seventy and westbound on Manchester it looks like we. Have an accident in. Your holidays You still. Have. A jam back to Baxter road. If you're on westbound Manchester right now on the ball one area are we whining. Down on the other drives Maria southbound two seventy. Five volume from Clayton to north of big band. And then again north east, and, westbound forty. Four. It's volume west of one. Forty one now eastbound forty four years before, Limburg due to, those two left lanes being down for roadwork. East of Limburg to just pass Big Ben and speaking of roadwork tonight at eight o'clock southbound fifty five one lane and southbound sixty seven exit and entrance ramps will. Be, closed for the next couple of weeks for roadwork as well how, about downtown Roger are we still have a jam on westbound sixty four west of the. King bridge round. The bend of the poplar southbound two fifty-five again roadwork delays still a jam south of fifty five seventy most of the way down to sixty four and where we. Had that earlier accident this afternoon in the Edwardsville area Alex that one to fifty five southbound. Is north one forty-three. There's still a GM from Hamill all. The way down into their area. That is a construction zone now the accident's cleared. Sodas just the road work that's holding you up there If you're twenty one and in the mood for cheap delicious food awesome entertainment and the coldest. Beer visit the legendary fast Eddie's Bon air in Alton Illinois for Maria Akina on Roger Brandon the steeple traffic center cable ex. News time six, ten that incidents on fifty five. And Illinois that Roger was just talking about injured in, Illinois state police trooper he's recovering after getting into that accident happened near Edwardsville in the one forty three construction zone police say both the trooper and the driver who hit him had to be extracted from their vehicles it appeared that the other driver who was taken to the hospital in critical condition had a. Medical emergency while driving? The trooper told first responders he hurt his neck the NTSB released its initial review of the digital video recorder system recovered from the. Duck, boat that sank last week on table rock lake the review from a video recorder on board the sunken duck boat revealed the crew discussed weather reports before the tour began. The report posted on the NTSB website says the water was. Calm and the duck boat winning around six fifty five pm but five. Minutes later Whitecaps appeared in. The winds increased and alarm, can be heard as water splashes inside the passengers Compartment the inward facing video ends thirteen minutes later as the vehicle was still on the surface the agency recovered in. ST card and a removable hard drive from the boats digital video recorder camera, system in the race, for Saint Louis county executive challenger Marc Vanni gets endorsed by the post-dispatch over incumbent Steve staying. This is Kevin Kelly in the post says it is picking montavani because the sixty four year old businessman would be less combative than steph's stinger. The post notes that. The county council and stinger have tangled over eight vetoes I I think I get along well with people live collaborative Peter I'm not bent. On coercing the only client to work with, people stinger has received endorsements. From the Saint Louis labor council the Saint Louis county police association and firefighters local six fifty five a big factor in the county executives races expected to be, the heavy. Turn-up union voters for proposition eight he's taking off the shirt Gary Weicker the former president of the Saint Louis police Officers association as agreed. To stop wearing the union t shirt while, he campaigns, for passage. Of prop egg the union told Gary Weicker to stop wearing a shirt with a union logo while. He. Speaks in favor of it, which is, tied to the so-called right to work Bill Well, you know I was proud at shirt house president for six years. I was proud of but you didn't make it look like maybe you know. You were representing them, still or they might not representing the police say it said retired and the. Shirts had retired on it, no it did not. The police associations calling on its members to vote no one property saying so-called right. To work, plan would be bad for unions, it's the worst drought Missouri has been through since twenty. Twelve and its impact is. Spreading came Alexis Brett bloom has an update national. Weather service hydrologist Mark few attended the first meeting of the newly appointed drought, assessment committee this week he says the Saint Louis area is fine, but pretty, much every part, of the state is suffering drought conditions to some, degree the ninety day departures from normal are pretty substantial when you look up through north central Missouri back toward the Kansas City area it's it's really getting dry into those areas and has been for you know like I said about three months as the drought worsens US senators Claire mccaskill and ROY blunt of, issued a bipartisan request to the agriculture department to release Conservation reserve program crops so that. Drought impacted farmers can feed. Their starving cattle the toy scout of pawn stars. Fame Joel McGhee is in town offering to buy old toys and collectibles from, people looking to downsize as cable wax arrived he was making an, offer to, buy a woman's, nineteen thirties Pinocchio marionnettes so on this one right, here I would do one hundred and fifty on him if you want to sell him Beautiful Yep.

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Not capture tax during that time is very serious rewards inside with last month on face the nation republican senator james langford said strucks comments are also calling into question his role on the muller probe it's clear this individual within the moeller team that was also on the clinton email investigation team had a strong bias against now president trump president trump is making waves on trade ahead of his appearance before the world economic forum in davos mr trump is approved tariffs on imported solar energy components and large washing machines in a bid to help us manufacturers the bbc's rico his own says china and south korea are crying foul but us based whirlpool could not be more thrilled that sought protection against cheaper imports from south korean lexical they've welcome this move saved initiative will result a new manufacturing jobs in ohio kentucky south carolina and tennessee kmox news time is seven thirty four missouri governor gradin's was asked did you take a photograph of the woman and his answer is raising some eyebrows came alexis kevin coline has the latest instead of saying there was no photograph the governor is saying there was no photograph four blackmailed there was no black man there was no violence there was no photograph for blackmail there is no threat of using a photograph for blackmail there was no threat of violence the governor told reporters in jeff city he wants to move on and focus on the budget but then he face more questions about whether he can still lead with this hanging over him certain i've answered that question and we answered him over the course of the weekend do you have any questions on the budget sir as long as your sam loss sir avaaz sir um we answered those questions this weekend the governor says for the record he has not been contacted by law enforcement about this or any other matter kevin kelley newsradio eleven twenty kmox a standoff is brewing between the police union and board of aldermen over a bill that would give subpoena power to a civilian oversight panel that investigates police business manager geoff nyarota with the st louis police officers association says the plan could backfire on those who think it will bring more information to light what you have is officers painted painted in front of uh baid oversight board for a a dog in only show and uh you know they have a.

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"Missouri governor eric gradin's tries to address the state budget good evening i'm alex geman kmox news time eight 04 the full forecast coming up at about eight oh eight but first a traffic notes northbound one forty one just south of st charles rock road a technically right at at north writer trail is closed due to a vehicle crash once again one forty one just south of the rock road closed due to a vehicle crash it's unclear how long that's going to be tied up authorities are suggesting you use another route on the earth city expressway for the first time in more than two weeks miseries governor faced a crowd of reporters in his office asking about his adultery donors conference was four eric whitens to present his budget plans for the state but the questions quickly turned to was extra affair questions whitens repeatedly refused to address we believe that the people at missouri see through those and we move forward uh with the knowledge every morning when we wake up that we're blessed to have a beautiful fam now we have a wonderful mission in front of us of protecting serving and working with the people of misery whiten soviet i answered the questions before but that doesn't stop one of the largest press gatherings and years of his office from reporters across the state asking about the governor's adultery from the state capital fill brooks news radio eleven twenty kmox sustained off his brewing between the police union and board of all over a bill that would give subpoena power to a civilian oversight panel that investigates police business manager geoff florida with the st louis police officers association says the plan could backfire on those who think it'll bring more information to light what you'd have is officers being subpoenaed in front of uh this being oversight board for a dog in pony show and uh you know they have a right to remain silent but if they invoke that right it's gonna look like they're hiding something word says passage of the plan would provoke a lawsuit from the association because he says there is no state statute authorizing the civilian oversight board to have subpoena power the union plans to meet with all have been tomorrow to discuss the showdown they won't be knocking down the former club imperial in north st louis anytime soon aybert blamed the club played host the likes of.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Kmox five boys ranging in age from nine to thirteen hospitalized after a car struck them while they were walking in north county st louis county police spokesman officer benjamin granda says it happened sunday afternoon on hanley when a woman developed a medical problem while driving one of the boys is in critical condition illinois state police say a twenty nine year old drunk driver is to blame for yesterday's fatal accident in the metro east police say the man was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of sixty four near king's highway when it slammed into an oncoming car killing the female driver police have not released the name of the victim kmox news time is 80 five civilian panel that investigate it's allegations against st louis police is seeking more power subpoena power alderman terry kennedy is in support of the plan now before the board of alderman typically what has happened lusa quoted us justice report their mini civilian oversight board's around the country many of them have subpoena power but most of the time to use that subpoena power to get information outside of the police department from a gas station ort video footage the st louis police officers association has opposed giving the panel subpoena power in the past the latest plan to do so is still in committee kennedy hopes to get it passed by april now that we know for sure that amazon will not be feeling the now vacant at t tower downtown who will st louis economic development partnerships ceo sheila sweeney tells kmox news they are working on other prospects filling at t tower has been our priority and so we didn't stop working on that because we put it in amazon proposal uh that that we continue to look at and work toward and you know are hopeful the building is at nine nine chest not downtown it's downtown's largest building with more than a million square feet it was built in the 1980s as headquarters for southwestern bell but at t vacated the building last year a vote tonight in wildwood on the future of hidden valley came lexus brian feldman is live with the story meghan the city council is going to vote on allowing hidden valley to operate a year round zip line wilde with planet committee unanimously recommended approval three weeks ago owners are saying they need this a blind in order to remain in business now the idea has sparked debate because residents in the.

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

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"Protesters outside st louis city hall during this morning's otherwise silent march downtown it was there that a speaker called st louis the new selma it was at the march a second and final stop at the city office building a fifteen twenty market of the protesters called for the civilian oversight board to be given teeth in the form of subpoena power hey to other protesters scheduled for six thirty two seething on the del mar loop we ask state representative bruce france junior win they will end when we know the black lives matter brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox a small group of protestors briefly blocked the street on arms all campus this morning and some closures in the eu's city loop due to that plan protest the three kings pub disclosing at five froyo closing at nine the misery history museum announced its canceling the twilight tuesday performance tomorrow due to the unavailability of off duty police officers who normally work the concert series kevin coming reports now support is pouring in for area police a show of support the public has brought in hundreds and hundreds of bottled water for police at the st louis police officers association union hall here on hampton also these jerky cookies alpo dog biscuits for the canine unit officers say they had been through thirty officers in the city of an injured both rome bricks and bottles at also last night by a sort of homemade maize some sort of a liquid that was thrown on the police no serious injuries from that but they say the stress is there the aclu says the protests are about more than just the stockily verdict president jeffrey movements as people marching bring to the forefront injustice some in the community feel every day but he does have some advice for protesters even if you have the right to be someplace if the police improperly tell you to leave of course in the moment it's best to leave and follow the direction and then we will litigate issues later kmox news time for thirty four as sushi al parks than i care and others clean up after another violent night and st most the neighborhood association is stepping up to hell downtown neighborhood association vicechair dana k goddard says her group in downtown st louis inc raised hundreds of dollars for paint supplies to cover the light blue particle board that dots ob of st.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

"louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Protests at the work house police used pepper spray i'm brian kelly kmox news time is 705 the forecasters five minutes away and that forecast includes a warning about the heat of course the excessive heat warning is in effect until eight o'clock tomorrow night heading for a high of one oath seven today the complete forecast again moments away st louis state senator jamila nasheed calling for an audit of the st louis corrections division after the reports of inmates suffering at the city workouts because of the heat she's taking up the issue with governor gray and also carl i had to come and do a wachter a tornado that he can be part and the can our into work out there she says she's heard reports of inmates not only suffering from the heat but also being forced to sleep on the floor well those conditions led to a protest last night outside the facility about one hundred fifty demonstrators were there several climbed fences but did not go over the razor wire after about two hours police orders the crowd leave when they refused officers used pepper spray to disperse them relief may be on the way for those were cows inmates salt amana president luis read says the city's working on a plan to provide air conditioning units for the facility the cities the go shitting a one month contract with temp air to provide the units they would cost up to four forty thousand dollars the money would come from the city's emergency fund kmox news time is seven six even though is supposed to give members of the st louis police officers association six thousand dollar raises a top member of the union says they won't back to propose sales tax increase on the november ballot union business manager geoff roared us says said he tells kmox his hancock and kelly that the members i wanna be guaranteed that they'll get what their pride those they'd be some guys who would be weakkneed about this but universally it from everyone we're hearing from it's like we're we're not doing a handshake deal were not going to take a maybe win this thing produces 23 million eu proposal would use the tax revenue for police and fire department raises pension contributions and the circuit attorney's office and 11yearold nor st louis girl is staying with family after a custody dispute got police involve police were called after department of family services tried.

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