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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:04 min | 3 months ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"U S representative from here in Washington says he won't join the GOP led effort to challenge tomorrow's congressional count of electoral College votes. We get more from Cuomo's Corwin Hank Congressman Dan Newhouse from the Yakima Valley has signed on to a letter drafted by Kentucky representative Thomas Massey. Massey and several GOP colleagues are pushing back against an attempt to deny President elect Joe Biden and Electoral College win. The letter says, in part to unconstitutionally insert Congress into the center of the presidential election process would amount to stealing power from the people and the states. Local political analyst Ron Dots our agrees, telling Co Moh news Congress members backing the challenge are doing so to further their political careers as a citizen of this country. It does. It just makes me sad that this is going on that the decision has been made to choose politics over democracy, Washington's two other GOP Congress members Jamie Herrera Butler and Cathy McMorris Rodgers have not said whether they will support the Electoral College challenge. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news. Former U Dub student Body president will soon be part of the new White House staff. First of all, J. Alex has been picked to be President Elect Biden's deputy Cabinet secretary. He has served as senior adviser to Biden on the biting Harris campaign. Prior to his role on the campaign, Alex served as the founding president of the Latino Victory Fund and as Hillary for America's national deputy director of voter outreach and mobilization. The federal government proposes awarding grazing allotments to an Oregon family that was part of that 41 Day takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge by protesters back in 2016. Those air kinds. His details. Steven Hammond and his father, Dwight, were convicted of arson for setting fire to range land in eastern Oregon and sent to prison for five years before they were pardoned by President Trump in 2018. The Bureau of Land Management, says Hammond Ranches should be apportioned all available forage in the Bridge Creek area covering about 26,000 acres. The agency cited past proper use of range land resource is, environmentalists say the decision is a political move rather than a responsible allocation of public lands. Eric Heights. Come on news. The state of Washington has approved nearly $10 million to improve travel. For those who drive a more ICO friendly type of car. Como's Brian Calvin has more. It was a decision bill made just last month on my Nissan Leaf. In early December. He tells McClatchy where he lives. There are plenty of options are charging network around here is really good at the state Commerce Department says it can do better with nearly $10 million in grants. Washington is adding mortuary Jing stations for electric vehicles. Among the big winners. The city of Bellingham will get 15% of the total funds to help add stations. Port of Seattle gets 1.2 Million ad charging stations at Sea TAC Airport. Spokane gets a quarter of the grant money to expand its system, which, for most users, not needing a fast charge is pretty easy on the wallet. Right now. I used the parking or the charging network.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"Us know that their dad is in an avalanche. The writer involved was rescued quickly, but it could have been much worse. You could breathe that bunch of snow packed in his mouth and he kind of reached in Armagh. Forsberg says The group wasn't caring proper gear. They did not have probes and the snowmobile was buried. He was able to help them dig the rig out, along with help from a few others posting video on his Facebook page. Yeah, very hours later. Forsberg says The slide was 150 yards long down the TP Bowl, an area that does not typically slide. It was this time last year, skiers accidentally triggered an avalanche on Silver Mountain. And three people were killed. Carleen Johnson Come on. News Governor Jay Inslee is expected to give an update on our state's coronavirus response this afternoon at 2 30 last week, he promised more details on a re opening plan after extending Restrictions for another week. Some restaurant owners across our state continue to defy the governor's covered 19 restrictions that a judge is hearing their cases today. Como's Jonathan show reports from one of those restaurants just south of Olympia, which continues to allow Indoor donning demonstrators showed up with flags and signs to support farm boy in front of the restaurant, but also use this time to encourage the state's Republicans to keep fighting for this cause. Last month, a Thurston County judge issued a restraining order against the restaurant and the owners could face contempt of court sanctions if they refused to shut down indoor dining. So far, Farm boys racked up more than $50,000 in fines. Spiffy is, Insha'allah says the other restaurant defined the governor's restrictions. The owners there have been fined more than $60,000. They're all Hoping the judge allows them to keep indoor dining going. Many restaurants across the state remain open but are only allowed to offer take out or curbside pick up. The governor's office says the vast majority of businesses are following these restrictions and believes the court's orders will be upheld. Almost Jonathan show reporting companies time. 11 38 and former University of Washington student body president will soon be part of the incoming Biden administration. Here's comes Eric Heights Crystal Ball, Alex has been picked to be President elect Biden's deputy Cabinet secretary. During the 2020 presidential campaign. He was a senior adviser to Biden. Prior to that role, Alex urges the founding president of the Latino Victory Fund. The El Paso, Texas native also worked at the Ford Foundation and was director of the national Campaign to restore civil rights. Our kinds. Coma knew. The Bureau of Land Management is proposing awarding grazing rights to an Oregon family whose members were involved in the takeover of a federal wildlife refuge by protesters in 2016. The protesters occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for 41 days. Steven Hammond and his father, Dwight, were convicted of arson but pardoned by President Trump in 2018, the federal agency says the December 31st decision was based on Hammond Farms past use of range land resources and need With funding slashed for the Seattle Police Department at a dramatic increase in homeless camps. The Seattle City Council faces big challenges in 2021 goes about Markovich talk to council member Andrew Lewis ki county cities and unincorporated areas of King County started paying a sales tax increase on January 1st. Initially some of that money will be going toward the purchase of up to a dozen hotels and motels to house up to 2000 people that are experiencing homelessness. And in Seattle, One City Council member has begun an effort to use city funds to rent an additional 300 hotel rooms. Essentially is a city having a policy where on sanction encampments are the default shelter option for people experiencing homelessness that is not acceptable. And that is something that is within our power to change. The council also be taking up a proposal to extend the existing moratorium on evictions. It's currently expiring in March. Come old man, Markovich. Yes. Beacon Plumbing. Sports Desk. Update time The Seahawks may have to wait a few more days to find out of safety Jamal Adams can play in Sunday Saturday Brothers playoff game against the Rams. He hurt his shoulder in the fourth quarter against the 40 Niners College football's title game Monday in Miami, Ohio State After an upset win over Clemson takes on Alabama Buckeyes coach Ryan Day says his team worked diligently to get to this game. Our guides fuck so hard to have this opportunity, and now we're here. Unbelievable. Opportunity to play a great program so much respect for coach saving and his staff and the players and their true traditional wedding there. So, um, you know, really looking forward to a great week of preparation as you work your way down in Miami that game coming up coming up next Monday. Meanwhile, two of the Alabama Stars are among four finalists for the Heisman Trophy. Which will be awarded tonight. Their favorite is receiver Devante Smith, and he has three finalists are three finalists. With him are his teammate Mack Jones, a quarterback for Alabama and other quarterbacks. Clemson's Trevor Laurence in Florida's Kyle Trask. We check sports attended 40 past each hour traffic and weather coming up next and then missing billionaire. Chinese hospitals for Children. They are a million reasons to share. Love. My buddy Caleb is one of them. This is his.

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Religious Resistance to Quarantine

Atheist Nomads

09:19 min | 1 year ago

Religious Resistance to Quarantine

"I'm frankly getting kind of tired of of the whole stay at home and shelter in place and we all are. This is one of those things where we need to. Just buck up and deal with it. It sucks but it's important to make sure that people don't needlessly die because right now people are needlessly dying and there are some people who are not willing to buck up and deal with it such as a local ammon Bundy who you may recall from the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. A few years back. He led an armed insurrection against the United States government. Seizing Federal Land and destroying any artifacts and has his. Most recent thing was a defiant Easter gathering near his home in Emmett Idaho where he was hoping to get a thousand people. Together in. Defiance of the governor's shelter in place order. Yeah he was hoping to get one thousand people you WANNA guess with. The real count was sixty. Yeah he got sixty people. He also didn't run out a big space research. Nope just used a warehouse that he owns on the edge of town out of these sixty people about half when asked by. Diego Rodriguez a pastor who spoke at the event when he asked who was from out of state but half rose their hands after the event or before even During the event the people were hugging and shaking hands. Nobody wore masks or any other protective gear. There were tons of most of the vehicles. There were pickups. A LOT OF THEM HAD AMERICAN. Flags mounted some had bumper stickers promoting the three percenters militia and somebody at the entrance blow a show far which is a horn made from a horn that you blow that is actually a type of Goat Horn. It is at least loosely based on a old Jewish horn talked about in the Bible but has been taken over by Christians especially the Jews for Jesus and Masonic Jewish groups and now the Patriot movement. Which has a anti-federal movement that seeks to overthrow the federal government and replace it with a libertarian theocracy? Which of course it would be a complete oxymoron. The the pastor there the event He did say during it Quote they'll speak all manner of evil against you. They'll say that you were just trying to bring attention to yourself. They say they'll say that you are trying to destroy other people's freedoms because if you go outside and you breathe someone might die. Yes they are ammon. Bundy was just trying to bring attention to himself. The people gathering are just trying to bring attention to themselves. They have been promoting themselves in as an anti federal movement. They are actively opposing. The state government and Idaho has one of the most conservative state governments out there. One of the most liber- Libertarian state. Governments out there. And they're opposing it too so no they they are just anti-government and anybody who's truly anti-government doesn't get it like even anarchists. Some kind of government. I don't know what they're really hoping to replace the government with but obviously it's not just getting rid of the central government man. It's pretty crazy One thing that the Bundy said at the event was I think it's bad enough and our rights are infringed upon enough will physically stand in defence in whatever way we need to. I believe that is specifically what Governor Brad. Little was talking about with a hose shelter in place order when he said that he doesn't want to have to enforce it but he has activated the National Guard and will use it if he needs to. They're bringing people from out of state and outside of the little town of Emmett to an event with more than ten people to potentially spread Govett. Nineteen either from Idaho to these other states or from these other states and to the town of 'em and win. The governor threatened the use of the National Guard. That was I know. At least I interpreted as stopping travel across regions like stopping people needlessly traveling from state from out of state to say a fucking Easter event in Im- it. It's not like they're going to be having the immaturity festival this year. Kentucky has mandatory shelter. Kentucky has a similar shelter in place and advance of Easter actually two days before Easter. Good Friday governor. Andy Bashir warned that anybody who violated the stay at home order on Easter knowing that there were numerous churches threatening to ignore the order also acknowledging that while most churches and every single synagogue and mosque in the state at shut down for this time there were some that weren't and he said that anybody who went to one of them would be subject to a fourteen day mandatory self corn team with police recording license plates and sending health officials to in person place all of these people and their households on quarantine. What actually happened ended up being at least that one church Maysville baptist. Church had a full house. At least it looked like it from the parking lot Which As a general rule of thumb churches considered full when the parking lot is eighty percent full. That's when people start. Stop showing up and just drive by so yeah. If it appeared to be near near full house it was full and that was despite a heavy police presence and even some nails blocking the parking lot entrances a church member who arrived beforehand Remove the piles of of nails and they ignored. The police warnings and signs and then they police went. Oh and some people even covered up license points To make us so the police wouldn't be able to record their license plate numbers so then. The police took down license plates when they could and the numbers when they couldn't and again everyone who attended lease. Let me phrase it. The owners of the vehicles that were in the parking lot during the event and everyone else living at their address are now quarantined for fourteen days. How fucking selfish can you get like if you can? You can hope that. In each of those cases everyone in the household attended And you didn't have. People need needlessly getting quarantined. Or at least everybody's getting quarantine due to no fault of their own but that's not likely with the Baptist Church but if there was anybody in attendance who had a roommate who is a devout Christian. Yeah that sucks. You need to pick your pick your roommates better. If you're in that situation and in Virginia Bishop Gerald Glenn of Richmond's new deliverance Evangelistic Church said at one of his. Actually I believe is that his last service he attended on March twenty second quote. I firmly believe that God is larger than the dreaded virus. You can quote me on that. He happily announced that he was being controversial violating safety rules at way more than ten people in attendance and then he was diagnosed with Kovic nineteen and has now died his wife's also sick with over nineteen and according to their daughter early on her father dismissed his symptoms because he has some other health condition that often leads to fevers and infections. I'M GONNA GUESS DIABETES. And so she ignored that he nord that apparently ignoring that diabetes and and or any other health disorder that negatively impacts your immune system but she would increase risk of severe complications from Cova nineteen including death. He firmly believed that God is larger than the dreaded virus the virus that killed him.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"K. acts. On iheartradio just ask your smart speaker, for us Eleven ninety Now the news Good afternoon. I'm Brad Ford our top story police have affected the remaining demonstrators outside of the immigration and customs enforcement building, in southwest, Portland police chief Danielle outlaw says twenty four hour notice given to demonstrators to. Move out aloud most of them to leave, on their own allowed, people to self select and disengaged from the camp. On their own so by the time that we arrived, here this morning there were really only. About twelve people no. Arrests were made no. Citations were issued try met in the city of Portland are now handling the cleanup because the camp was set up, on the. Tracks amateur trolley the trolleys next run is expected. To be Friday the tracks have. To be inspected any problems fixed before the. Trial can run the trial is beginning for the FBI agent who fired shots at La Voie finicky and. Missed FBI agent Joseph asteroid has accused of lying that he. Fired the shots Vinnicombe was part of the takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge and driving a group from the occupation side when he tried to avoid a roadblock and drove, into a snowbank he was shot and killed. By Oregon state police Bennett. Comes, widow genetic Is attending the trial I think that it's high. Time that we Americans, start Demanding that the people who we hire are held to the same standard that we are of making a. False statements and obstruction of Justice against, Asterio were thrown out by the judge asked rate is still faces three. Charges a reckless driver shot himself after being stopped by an Oregon state trooper it happened Monday. Afternoon on ninety four in Sherman county, Africa's pulled over the, forty two year old man got, out of the car armed with a. Handgun refused troopers command. To drop it and then shot himself in the head he survived the shooting the man was treated at a hospital in the. Dallas and flown to a hospital in Portland is condition has not been released a man was killed in an officer involved shooting yesterday. Afternoon in seaside at the seaside r. v. park police recall to the park. I don't report of a man who was described as being. Armed and agitated the Cato Wilson lives in the RV park tells KTAR news she heard five shots inside police with their guns drawn really angry. That they had, to feel the need to put five, bullets in his chest when. They arrived there was. A confrontation shots were fired and the man was. Killed Wilson tells KTAR news both of the man's guns We're still in the holster, police have not confirmed that officers were not injured the class of county. Major crimes team in state police are investigating if you're a landlord in Portland Gail Cunningham says. The.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Indicate to storm tracker weather, center I'm Rhonda Shelby, grandfathered our top story man was killed in an officer involved. Shooting Tuesday afternoon in seaside at BC cider, RV park, police recalled. On a report of a man who was described as being armed and agitated when they arrived there was a confrontation shots. Were fired at the man was killed. Micaela Wilson lives there and tells k. to news she heard the gunfire just walked into my house and not even two minutes later I heard yelling and pop. Up pup pup just five rapid gunshots Wilson says she saw. Officers with their guns drawn Wilson claims at both of the man's guns, were still in the holsters no officers were hurt, in the shooting the classic county major crimes team in state police are investigating a man in a wheelchair was. Hit by a semi. And killed early, this, morning Tiger. The crash happened on Pacific highway near Watkins avenue place say thirty. Two year old Daniel bowl child was crossing. The road where there was no crosswalk and he showed. Signs of intoxication the driver of the truck, wasn't cited farmers are feeling the squeeze. The US trade war in China and. Don't appear thrilled with. The relief that's being offered by the Trump administration ABC's Ryan burrow reports soybean prices have dropped, eighteen percent in the last two months Michael Slattery's a soybean farmer in Wisconsin and is not happy with. The trade war. And the impact it's. Having on prices for me this is a. Great loss not just because the price has dropped, but are future markets, will be taken away from us the Ag department is offering. Twelve billion dollars indirect assistance to farmers but, soybean farmer, Jim Holt. Says I would much rather have the opportunity to trade bend to get the aid the aid program is expected to take. Effect around Labor Day Ryan burrow ABC. News wildfires in Yosemite national park or forcing people to leave at least lane lives there and says she has to get away from the smoke Fall kind, of it's, kind of going over my. Head I know a lot of my friends are leaving and going to dislike higher places where the. Smoke is affecting quite yet the most. Popular tourist areas reclosing closing today all hotels and campgrounds in the valley and mwana areas will close through at least Sunday the trial has. Begun in, Portland for, an FBI agent who allegedly fired shots during the traffic stop. We're the boy was killed finicky I'm was driving a group of people from the malheur national wildlife refuge takeover when he ran into. A snow Bank trying to avoid a roadblock agent Joseph esta Rita, is accused of lying about firing shots abyss Finnigan genetic. LA boys widow says asked Rita needs to be held to the, law I would. Like some accountability, I would like that agent held accountable for his legal activities the judge threw. Out to.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Occupation of the twenty sixteen malheur national, wildlife refuge when one of the occupation leaders was shot and killed work in. Public broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. FBI special agent Joseph Astra Rita is accused, of firing twice. And then trying to cover it up though the shots missed prosecutors say two shots took place during the January two thousand sixteen traffic stop that left occupation spokesman lavar finnick I'm. Dead the defense argues the government's case lacks witnesses ballistics, evidence and. Video showing asteroid a firing the government's case largely relies on expert testimony and a recreation of the scene that prosecutors. Argued the, evidence shows asked Rita is the only person that could, have fired the shots and question, the trials and no one situation for the department. Of Justice the agency has prosecuting one of their own at, the, same time trying to dismiss conspiracy theories surrounding the shooting by those who. Supported the occupation for NPR news I'm, kind, of Ed Wilson in Portland fewer than, half the immigrant Children separated from their parents at the southern US border are back with. Their families as ordered by a federal judge from member station k. q. e. d. in San Francisco Alexander reports. Authorities are working against the Thursday deadline to return more than twenty five hundred migrant children to their families the, government says more than eleven hundred children have so far been reunified. Or otherwise discharged three, federal agencies involved in the. Case did not respond to questions about how. Cases are being resolved short of reconnecting children. With their parents adults connected to four hundred sixty three children are not in the US and. May have been deported without their children deportations of parents have been on hold since a federal judge in, California issued a temporary restraining order last week but. Government attorneys are expected to soon file arguments that those deportations should, resume for NPR news I'm Alex Emslie in San Francisco global financial markets gaining ground in Tuesday. Trading European stocks are up Ullman gains today in Asia this is NPR news Canadian investigators are looking into the background of. The man, they say fired a handgun into restaurants and cafes and Toronto's, greektown neighborhoods. Sunday night two people. Were killed thirteen others wounded before the man died during an exchange. Of gunfire with police police have identified the gunman as twenty nine year old Faisal Hussein has family says he's has. Struggled with he struggled with, mental illness nearly three hundred people gathered at a vigil last night of the mount olive missionary church and buzzer URI to remember the nine members of the Indianapolis family lost in the recent duck boating accident in Branson member station w. f., by core a butcher reports, senior pastor Carla gins lead the. Prayer service he asked people to hope for the future despite the tragedies that, the president we have to take the time to embrace and love the people that surround us because we just never know how limited time. Could be only one of two family members on the boat to survive. Was? Mother why Daughter-in-law niece aunt insists of the many deceased Tia Coleman she attended the vigil and wept as people saying prayers Coleman's uncle and pastor Daryll Webster says he finds comfort in community oftentimes we we focus on petty things that, divide us but we all, bleed one blood a celebration of. Life for the Coleman's takes place this Friday for NPR news I'm Cory Bochum, in Indianapolis Republicans in Georgia's said to go to the polls today they're choosing the party's candidate for governor and a heated runoff election between..

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"Nine language would read the presence of a firearm in the home has been associated with an increased risk of death to self and others including an increased risk of suicide guests during domestic violence violent incidents and unintentional death kitchen and other the group turned in three hundred and seventy five thousand petition signatures last week and they hope that it qualifies for the november ballot father and son ranchers light and stephen hammond back in oregon it's been two days since president donald trump pardoned them for crimes on federal land that's the first thing to do now that you're home the hammonds were imprisoned for illegally killing deer and starting fires on federal land their imprisonment inspired the armed takeover and occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon lake stevens man pleads guilty to using fake fbi credentials in the names of fictional characters to rob a business the transfers and transmits money in seattle details from komo's erik heintz the us justice department says forty four year old stephen fisher pleaded guilty wednesday to robbery attempted robbery and five counts of impersonation of a federal officer according to records fisher gain entry to the secure area of the money transmitting business in january twenty seventeen by claiming he was a federal agent investigating suspicious transaction fisher flashed a fake fbi badge and handed the onery search warrant signed by a famous serial crook protrade in the movie catch me if you can then pulled a weapon and left with a large amount of cash eric heintz komo news komo news time to.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"The high grass and the other brush his only to get drier an easier to burn we talked with some drivers this morning who say they're seeing scott fires along the road almost every day now days get crazy right now i'm a roofer so heat is hot weather is only expected to make those tinder dry conditions worse that's why burn bands are going up in parts of western washington burn vans and kits app and pierce county start today tomorrow bands and island skagit and watkin counties go into effect couples therapy is on a local man pleads guilty to using fake fbi credentials in the names of fictional characters drop a money transmitting business in seattle stephen fisher of lake stevens pled guilty to robbery attempted robbery and five counts of personnel of a federal officer prosecutors say fisher gained entry to the secure area of the business in two thousand seventeen by claiming he was a federal agent investigating a suspicious transaction he then flashed a fake fbi badge and handed the owner a search warrant signed by a crook portrayed in the movie catch me if you can break avondale fisher then pulled a weapon and left the large amount of cash state ethics board clearing state representative michelle collier of chance charges that she inappropriately steered eighty one thousand dollars in state money the money i went to the ark of the peninsula's which is led by her fiance chris tips are plans to use the money for building renovations tip says the money has yet to be spent but once it is arc will be reimbursed at the state's capital budget kitsap son reports legislative ethics board concluded representative called a reporter did not receive any private financial gain and tibbs did not receive a salary increase or a bonus as a result representative call your says she doesn't believe she did anything wrong in allocating the money and points out she's been a long supporter of arc eric heintz komo news why didn't steve hammond received a hero's welcome in south east oregon after a presidential pardon freed them from a federal prison sentence komo's corwin hake has more on the ranchers who inspired the takeover of the her wildlife refuge welcome home dwight end stephen says a sign held high wellwishers as the father and son ranchers gone off a plane in burns oregon the first thing you want to do that your home oh boy family the hammonds were convicted of illegally killing deer on federal land and for starting fires that destroyed the evidence their imprisonment provoked the armed takeover and occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge led by the sons of cliven bundy well known figure in the anti federal government movement dwight hammond credits a public letter writing campaign for helping secure their release no way thank everybody enough was last one tip the scales president trump pardoned the men tuesday corwin hake komo news nine ten sports desk tie mariners angels game three of a threegame series tonight the third and deciding game after the mariners picked up a three nothing win last night thanks to the pitching of marco gonzalez mariners are three games behind the astros in the west at wimbledon today the finals are set on the women's side serena williams reaches her tenth final and i since having a baby a little more than ten months ago she defeated thirteenthseed julia your yoga said germany six six four she'll face it other german eleven seeded angelique kerber who won and a six three six three fashion over twelve th seeded ostapenko sports at ten and forty patsy tower hough the home.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Much you bet noel president trump pardoned to oregon ranchers yesterday they were serving five year prison terms for arson on federal lands their sentence sparked outrage that was at the heart of the two thousand sixteen armed occupation of a wildlife refuge near burns oregon boise state public radio's amanda peter has more the hammonds we're about halfway through their prison sentence when the pardon came down the news hit harney county yesterday morning it's sparked an impromptu celebration at katie babies house and burns we're in our pajamas driving up down the street hawk it at us and it just it's an easy day advert ranging family had fought with federal land agencies for decades over water and grazing rights tweet and stephen hammond said at trial that they had set fires that burn federal land near their ranch to protect their land from invasive species out of control wildfires but the jury didn't buy that many ranchers felt the hammonds five year prison sentence was unjust and protested that's what sparked the armed occupation eastern oregon led by the bundy family the hammonds need your health that's ammon bundy back in two thousand fifteen making an appeal for people to come to burns and protest they need you to stand whether they're afraid or not the occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge lasted forty one days and left one person dead the broader cause of the occupiers was focused on what they saw as federal overreach but they talked about the hammonds a lot now dwight hammond's wife susie is elated to hear her husband and son will be coming home she feels strongly.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Pardon came down the news hit harney county yesterday morning it sparked an impromptu celebration that katy babies house and burns we're in our pajamas or driving up and down the street and it just it's amazing advert ranging family of fought with federal land agencies for decades over water and grazing rights white and stephen hammond said at trial that they had set fires that burn federal land near their ranch to protect their land from invasive species and out of control wildfires but the jury didn't buy that many ranchers felt the hammonds five year prison sentence was unjust and protested that's what sparked the armed occupation eastern oregon led by the bundy family the hammonds need your help that's ammon bundy back in two thousand fifteen making an appeal for people to come to burns and protest they need you to stand whether they're right or not the occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge lasted forty one days and left one person dead the broader cause of the occupiers was focused on what they saw as federal overreach but they talked about the hammonds a lot now dwight hammond's wife susie is elated to hear her husband and son will be coming home she feels strongly that our family has been treated unfairly i don't think anybody knows how bad it is to have the government against you for people who disagree with the bundys and the hammonds this pardon is an important signal aaron weiss is with the center for western priorities he believes this sends the message that people don't need to follow the rules of federal agencies this will undoubtedly emboldened those folks who now think i rightfully so i think that they have a friend in the white house and they have a friend in the interior department who won't stand up for the folks on the front lines the bundy's were acquitted for the oregon standoff and then this year the federal trial over the two thousand fourteen bundy conflict in nevada ended in a mistrial the hammonds pardon is the latest in a series of what some feel are wins for bundy's supporters and those who want more local control of federal lands for npr news i'm amanda pitcher that story came to us from the mountain west news bureau.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The hammonds we're about halfway through their prison sentence when the pardon came down the news hit harney county yesterday morning it's sparked an impromptu celebration that katy babies house and burns we're in our pajamas driving up and down the street hawk it at us and it just isn't an easy day ever ranging family of fought with federal land agencies for decades over water and grazing rights white and stephen hammond said at trial that they had set fires that burn federal land near their ranch to protect their land from invasive species and out of control wildfires but the jury didn't buy that many ranchers felt the hammonds five year prison sentence was unjust and protested that's what sparked the armed occupation eastern oregon led by the bundy family the hammonds need your help that's ammon bundy back in two thousand fifteen making an appeal for people to come to burns and protest they need you to stand whether they're afraid or not occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge lasted forty one days and left one person dead the broader cause of the occupiers was focused on what they saw as federal overreach but they talked about the hammonds a lot now dwight hammond's wife susie is elated to hear her husband and son will be coming home she feels strongly that our family has been treated unfairly i don't think anybody knows how bad it is they have the government against you for people who disagree with the bundys and the hammonds this pardon is an important signal aaron weiss is with the center for western priorities he believes this sends the message that people don't need to follow the rules of federal agencies this will undoubtedly emboldened those folks who now think i rightfully so i think that they have a friend in the white house and they have a friend in the interior department who won't stand up for the folks on the front lines the bundy's were acquitted for the oregon standoff and then this year the federal trial over the 2014 bundy conflict in nevada ended in a mistrial the hammonds pardon is the latest in a series of what some feel are wins for bundy's supporters and those who want more local control of federal lands for npr news i'm amanda pitcher that story came to us from the mountain west news piero.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 2 years ago

How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"The video shows the man confronting the woman who was a setting up for a birthday picnic in the park he told her she shouldn't be wearing a shirt in america yes i am fit can you please get away from me as get away from me wearing officer the matter is under investigation president trump pardon to oregon ranchers who'd been convicted of arson the prison sentences of white and stephen hammond spark the arm takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen jury convicted the hammonds of arson in two thousand twelve prosecutors said the men set a fire to destroy evidence of game violations the mandatory minimum sentence for the charge was five years but a federal judge went against the guidelines and gave them a lighter sentence dwight was sentenced to three months stephen got a year and both got three years of post prison supervision prosecutors appealed their punishment and one and the hammonds were resentenced to five years in federal prison in two thousand sixteen today the white house says the hammonds were imprisoned for a fire quote that leaked onto a small portion of neighboring public grazing land and the white house goes on to say that justices overdue for the hammonds both of whom the white house says are entirely deserving of these grants of executive clemency frank lenzi komo news someone news time five twenty five year propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks rising on wall street tuesday the benchmark s and p five hundred had its fourth straight day of gains and its highest close since early february the sp rose eight the dow gained one fortythree in the nasdaq inched up three consumer products technology and healthcare companies the biggest winners on tuesday tesla set to build its first factory outside the united states in shanghai under an agreement signed on tuesday becoming the first fully foreign owned automaker in china tesla's announcement comes amid mounting us chinese trade tensions and billions of dollars in recent tariffs mark remillard abc news twentieth money at twenty and fifty past.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer the trump administration is taking steps toward imposing tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china and bureau scott horsely reports the move marks the latest escalation in the ongoing trade war from the world's two biggest economies the administration has published a list of another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods that could be targeted with tariffs after a public comment period that runs through august the move comes days after the us and china imposed tit for tat tariffs on more than thirty billion dollars worth of goods the additional us tariffs would likely hit more consumer items the administration says it's responding to what it calls china's unfair trading practices china's retaliatory tariffs are already taking a toll on us exports such as soybeans the trade war could also jeopardize china's help in confronting north korea's nuclear program scott horsely npr news washington to oregon cattle ranchers whose federal criminal case inspired an antigovernment standoff the now your national wildlife refuge had been pardoned by president trump npr's kirk siegler reports the ranchers dwight and stephen hamid were about half way through their fiveyear prison sentence in granted clemency the white house said the hammonds were sent to prison as a result of a quote overzealous appeal by the obama administration the father and son ranchers had long running disputes with federal land managers over cattle grazing the heated saga culminated in their setting a legal fires that spread onto public land as the hammonds prepared to serve out their prison term for arson militia led by cliven bundy's family swarm to burns oregon to protest that spilled over into the forty one day armed takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge but the hammonds like a lot of fulltime working ranchers around them said they never wanted the bundy's coming to oregon and turning their case into something bigger kirk siegler npr news president trump's nominee to replace outgoing supreme court justice anthony kennedy brett kavanagh's drawing praise and condemnation in washington betting on who you talk to cavanaugh serves on the dc court of appeals in a favorite of the republican legal establishment whoever senate minority leader chuck schumer wasted no time in saying he'll oppose kavanagh's nomination the ramifications of this battle will last generation and more i'm gonna fight this nomination with everything i've got the american people must join us in speak loudly clearly and now.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To be liberal and looked at the view as the minority like the previous supreme court justice was a swing vote some balance you said it just be on one side president obama too liberal but now it's we have to just keep getting voice out there resisting we have because like obviously if that's his pick then like there's nothing we can truly truly like do as citizens and other than like really good voice i will tell you that i do hope that those individuals right there and their ilk get their voices out there i really do i hope they get their voices out there often i'd like to just have a roving camera on folks like that and every day you could tell them that a forthcoming political issue had already been decided and then get there get their responses because when when you realize that they're they're doing snow men in the streets snow angels in the streets that their wailing in teeth gnashing over something that they don't even know anything about they don't know who the nominee is and they weren't about to admit it which means that in the coming days more of them are going to teeth nash and wail and wine and say it's the end of the world but they will have equally little idea what the hell's going on whether it be because i talked to my dad and he was upset or because only a black woman could ever could only black woman could could be a good justice why well because they showed up to vote what what what folks are founders understood that democracy's not easy a democratic republic is is not an easy form of governance it's really not because idiots still get to vote microphone or not what he says he speaks to you the michael berry show eleven ninety now the news our top story president trump is pardoning to oregon ranchers who were sentenced to five years in prison for setting a fire on their property that spread to a small portion of federal property stephen dwight hammond were initially since two three months a year but the obama administration challenge that term and an appeals court increased at five years berry president of the oregon farm bureau says they gathered twenty five thousand signatures in support of the part were thrilled long overdue and we thank the president for the pardon me thank congressman greg walden freeh's efforts in helping move this forward to sentence was the reason ammon bundy led the takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge the members of the thai boy soccer team rescued from a flooded cave are not going to accept an invitation to attend the world cup final the last of the twelve boys and their coach were rescued today after spending more than two weeks inside that cave fifa invited them to the big game but their doctor say medical reasons we'll keep them from going i'm gail cunningham traffic and weather are next from the bed march traffic center k e x traffic from the bed maar traffic.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is within reach xs bradford reports president trump is hardening to oregon ranchers who inspired the occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge dwight and steve hammond were convicted of setting fire on their property that moved onto federal land they were initially sentenced to three months a year in prison but the obama administration increased that to five years excessive in vindictive very bishou president of the oregon farm bureau says they gathered twenty five thousand signatures in support of the pardon will open it'll never happen again i hope congress mauldin has a bill he's looking at to prevent the terrorism and death back being used on ranches for normal management practices in the future the hamming sentence was the reason ammon bundy led the takeover of the malheur wildlife refuge portland federal judge michael hogan said the five year sentence was grossly disproportionate to the severity of the offenses president trump is in brussels for a nato summit before leaving for the trip he told reporters he believed that america is being treated unfairly by the alliance he said america has been paying more than its fair share meanwhile the head of the european council responded by saying dear america appreciate your allies after all you don't have that many meanwhile back home in washington the official confirmation tradition is underway on capitol hill with vice president pence escorting supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh through senate meetings they hope lead to his confirmation this fall reporters following judge cavanaugh through the us senate i stop republican leader mitch mcconnell's of president trump has made a superb selection vice president pence thinks they can overcome any objection we're very confident that working with you reaching out to members of the senate in both political parties but democrats already saying they'll fight the president's pick warning that he would overturn the right.

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Trump pardons Oregon ranchers who inspired refuge standoff

Mark Mason

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Trump pardons Oregon ranchers who inspired refuge standoff

"Good afternoon i'm brad ford our top story the to oregon ranchers who were the reason for the malheur national wildlife refuge takeover ben pardon by president trump white ham had two years on his sentence steve hammond had one year remaining berry bishou president of the oregon farm bureau says the obama administration's extension to the sentenced to five years was excessive and vindictive is just a great day for for the hammonds clearly and it's a great day for oregon the national agriculture showing that there are people that actually care the hammonds were convicted of setting a fire on their land that spread onto federal grazing land oregon federal judge michael hogan said the five year sentence was grossly disproportionate to the severity of the offenses hammond sentence was the reason ammon bundy led the takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge all members of the youth soccer team and their coach been rescued from the partially flooded cave and northern thailand air force captain jessica tate with the us team that advised and assisted in the rescue says they're thrilled the rescue is over but they're saddened by the death of a tie navy seal has been working nonstop effort and i mean the sacrifices in terms of the time in terms of you know the equipment in terms of your expertise and and for him you know the alternate sacrifice of life in their coach will remain hospitalized for about a week two of the boys are being treated for pneumonia backers of an antiabortion major appear to have enough signatures to get it on the ballot in november governor kate brown plans to fight it initiative petition one would set a dangerous precedent by cherry picking which medical procedures.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"About one thirty or so in the morning spawning husband self reported get killed his wife it's still very early in that investigation but it appears weapon was not used it's also not known if deputies visited the house before now for previous domestic violence incidents detectives still there at the house today pierce county school district paid one point two million dollars to settle a lawsuit filed by a former administrator here's komo's corwin hake to explain the seven figure settlement comes year after the clover park school district declined to renew the contract of assistant superintendent maureen david david claimed in her lawsuit the dismissal was retaliation for her complaints about how the district handles sex offenders specifically the suit says a student accused of sexual assault was transferred to another school without informing the new school of the students issues or that his new classmates might be at risk a district spokesperson tells the news tribune the district stands by the decision made regarding david's employment but felt it was in the district's best interest to resolve the claim corwin hake komo news a final defendant sentenced for participating in the armed takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon and komo's eric heintz reports swing cooper of humble arizona was sentenced to time already served in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy nearly two years ago he was one of twenty six people initially charged with conspiring to prevent federal employees from doing their jobs when they seize the bird sanctuary in january two thousand sixteen and held it for forty one days in a protest against the imprisonment of two ranchers fourteen defendants ultimately pleaded guilty and another four were convicted by a jury sentences ranged from probation to three years in prison eric heintz komo news the local athlete who won an olympic gold medal is now getting a personal tribute the u dub rowing team of nineteen thirty six inspired a bestselling book and several historical landmarks around seattle komo's least all reports from lake stevens where one of their granddaughters is working on a new memorial this is what is going to be the joe rance boathouse the foundation was laid just earlier this month they're really getting to work quickly ranches granddaughter jen huffman picked up worrying about ten years ago she wears the pin the u dub crew team earned for sweeping.

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"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"malheur national wildlife refuge" Discussed on KOMO

"In downtown seattle at nine oh six autopsies indicate foul play was not involved in that cabin fire that killed a family of five and brennan jefferson county prosecutor michael ha says more information from the autopsies will be released after he speaks to the victim's family the seattle times reports jenny and jerry drake both forty two and three boys ages eleven eight and two were killed in that fire early sunday morning the family from monroe used to have was using the cabinet a regular weekend getaway investigators continue to examine evidence and piece together what may have caused that fire a case of domestic violence in mason county ends with a woman dead and her husband in police custody she chief sheriff's deputy jason drug kkob koby says this happened overnight in the collins lake area near belfair we got called up there nine one one at about one thirty or so in the morning the funding the husband selfreported tonight on the killer's life it's still early in the investigation but it appears a weapon was not you'd it's also not known of deputies visited the house before now for previous domestic violence incidents detectives are still at that house a final defendant is sentenced for participating in the armed takeover of the malheur national wildlife refuge komo's eric heintz lien cooper of humble arizona was sentenced to time already served in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy nearly two years ago he was one of twenty six people initially charged with conspiring to prevent federal employees from doing their jobs when they seized the bird sanctuary in january two thousand sixteen and held it for forty one days in a protest against the imprisonment of two ranchers fourteen defendants ultimately pleaded guilty and another four were convicted by a jury sentences ranged from probation two three years in prison eric heintz komo news komo news time nine eight healthcare is on the agenda in dc today washington senator patty murray we'll take to the senate floor joining other democrats in a push against the trump administration's lawsuit on the affordable healthcare act the justice department asking court to remove protections for people with preexisting conditions kumons murray is expected to speak on the.

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