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"mark butler" Discussed on WTOP
"Away Congressional Democrats are planning a vote next week on putting abortion rights into law Spoke with senator Elizabeth Warren You don't have the votes for it By making people vote on this issue that matters to so many people We've got a chance now Maybe to change the makeup of who's in the United States Senate I suspected tornado has wreaked havoc outside Oklahoma City Ko TV reporter JD McManus is in Seminole There's an older downtown building that the roof is completely gone Lots of damage a lot of sheet metal wrapped around things powers out power poles down trees down Sheriff's department says some people were trapped in debris but later rescued and a school took a direct hit No injuries reported The CDC says a new COVID sub variant is spreading rapidly in the U.S. The BA two has given rise to the BA two 12 one and COVID deaths are nearing 1 million But if you're healthy Minneapolis health commissioner Jan Malcolm says the risks are still low We've got better tools to manage it now between vaccines boosters and some of the new treatment options Secretary of State Antony Blinken is among the latest to test positive after last weekend's White House correspondents dinner In Ukraine President volodymyr zelensky says the Russian military has fired more missiles at cities in the east He says civilians including women and children still stuck in the as of stahl's deal of plant and Mario We'll have to be dug out of bunkers U.S. defense officials deny a New York Times report the U.S. helped Ukraine kill about a dozen Russian generals on the front lines They say the U.S. is only passing along battleground Intel Former president Trump's eldest son has testified before lawmakers investigating the January 6th attack CBS is Robert Costa The testimony lasted about three hours He did not plead the Fifth Amendment Why is this significant Because Donald Trump Jr. was inside the Oval Office the west wing on January 6th 2021 that morning as Trump made calls and that final moment of the pressure campaign against vice president Pence Johnny Depp's ex-wife Amber Heard has taken this stand at his defamation trial in Virginia It's a woman had never been hit like that I'm an adult and I'm sitting next to the man I love And he slapped me for no reason This is CBS News You need to hire quality candidates fast you need indeed They're powerful hiring platform helps you attract interview and hire candidates all in one place visit indeed dot com slash credit 5 O three here and it's Thursday morning the 5th of May partly sunny today and our high temps in the low 70s Hey good morning I'm Joan Jones along with Bruce Allen and the top local stories we're following this hour as protests continue outside the Supreme Court tall black fencing has gone up It's similar to the fencing that circled the U.S. capitol after the January 6th riot The non scalable 8 foot fencing is going up around the entire building this in response to growing protests over that leaked draft opinion striking down roe versus wade published in Politico In addition to the fencing first street that runs in front of the court is blocked by large dump trucks you can not drive in front of the Supreme Court on that street and also there is an increased police presence Politico is also increased security at its offices even though there has not been a specific threat In front of the Supreme Court Kyle Cooper WTO news In the race for D.C. mayor incumbent mayor muriel Bowser faced her democratic rivals in a debate ahead of the primary election next month Topics included the Washington commanders and the police In the debate hosted by WAM U council member Robert white said he was against a plan to build a new stadium for the commanders at the RFK site I don't think that we unfortunately in the district have enough land for a professional team He said the land should be used for affordable housing Mayor muriel Bowser and council member tray on white both said they did want the commanders in D.C. On policing Bowser continued her call for a larger police force We need the police that we need not just for patrol but for detectives for special task forces While Robert and Trey on white said they'd rather see the city divert funds to non police alternatives Nick I in LA WTO news The fourth Democrat in the race James butler did not appear in the debate because he didn't have enough support in the polls 5 O 5 here and a two boys have been hospitalized after being shot in prince George's county yesterday Police say that a group of people had gathered on Alpine street and district heights just before 6 30 last night When two cars drove up and fired into the crowd a four year old boy was shot in the arm he was in stable condition last night and a 14 year old boy was shot in the leg he was also hospitalized in his injuries are not considered life threatening Police are searching for the two vehicles One is a minivan and the other is a black sedan In Warren county Virginia police are investigating the death of a 77 year old man who was injured during a scuffle with officers Body cam video shows two sheriff's deputies tackling Ralph anis to the ground as they tried to arrest him in early April for erratic driving He hit his head and died 13 days later At the time sheriff's deputy said his injury was not life threatening And his wife talked to NBC four she says that her husband had dementia It was way overkill on that That just none of that was necessary She says doctors told her that he had a brain bleed the cause of his death though has not been determined or in county sheriff Mark butler tells NBC four that he stands by his officers initial statement A prince George's county police officer is convicted of assault for pushing a driver to the ground during a traffic stop leaving that man paralyzed Sergeant Bryant strong has been found guilty of second degree assault reckless endangerment and misconduct in office at sentencing set for July he faces up to ten years in prison In 2019 de Monte ward Blake was pulled over in oxen hill for having expired tags the 24 year old was arrested and handcuffed behind his back while searching ward Blake the officer pushed him to the ground causing injuries that left ward Blake paralyzed from the chest down Last year ward Blake's family sued prince George's county for $75 million accusing it of systemic federal civil rights violations Michelle bash WTO P news Keep it here in the moments ahead the rising number of COVID cases in one county is getting the attention of health officials it's 5 O 7 mission.
"mark butler" Discussed on WTOP
"Car today with your donation you'll receive a tax deduction and vacation voucher so donate today At four O three The Thursday morning may 5th Welcome to WTO glad you're with us It'll be mostly cloudy partly to mostly cloudy cooler higher room 70 to day 63 you're waking up to now Good morning to you I'm dean lane We do a deep thank you for taking us along for your Thursday morning rye topping the local stories we're looking at for you this hour Two boys were shot locally and district heights Maryland won only four years old The city of district heights police department says it happened on Alpine street southeast of walker mill road just before 6 30 last night Wednesday night They say two cars apparently drove up to the area and multiple shooters opened fire into a group of people who were outside four year old boy and 14 year old boy were shot along with a dog the dog died at the scene The children were taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries Virginia's U.S. senators and several other local members of Congress are calling up the Department of Justice to take another look at the death of vijayan ghazar He was the McLean accountant you'll remember shot and killed by park police after a slow speed chase in fairfax county back in November of 2017 Now that the Virginia criminal case against the two U.S. park police officers had shot and killed gay star in 2017 has been ended by the state's attorney general U.S. representatives from Virginia Don buyer Jennifer wexton and Jerry Connelly as well as D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton want the DoJ to look at the case again in a letter they urge the DoJ civil rights division to consider new evidence among that transcript from a civil suit in which park police officials claim Alejandro Amaya and Lucas vineyard violated use of force in pursuit policies The officers have maintained they acted in self defense The Justice Department in 2019 decided against charging the officers saying it couldn't prove gay star civil rights were violated Mike Morello WTO news WTO theorists have already not four O 5 newly released police body cam footage does not apparently match up with what the Warren county sheriff's office said at first about the arrest of a 77 year old man who later died the video shows a deputy slamming Ralph in his face first face first into the back of his pickup during an arrest near front royal on April 2nd Our news partners at NBC four report the body cam footage came from a front royal officer at the scene who can be heard saying quote that was unjust and unexpected called for Both the officer and deputy then appeared to tackle Ennis NBC four spoke with Ennis wife Linda Ennis she says the body cam footage shows a different situation than what the sheriff's office had initially told her happened It was very difficult to watch I wish that I hadn't watched it He says her late husband have recently began struggling with dementia and was the subject of a silver alert in mid March the Warren county sheriff's office originally said that innis had fallen over the trailer hitch of his truck and hit his head sheriff Mark butler telling NBC four he stands by his department's initial statement on this case the Virginia state police are actually investigating to see what happened It's four O 6 on WTO A prince George's county police officer is found guilty of assaulting a man during a traffic stop leaving the man paralyzed from the chest down Prince George's county police sergeant Bryant strong has been convicted of second degree assault reckless endangerment and misconduct in office 24 year old de Monte ward Blake was pulled over in oxen hill in 2019 for having expired tags after his arrest the officer began searching him when ward Blake turned toward the officer the officer pushed him against his police cruiser then to the ground leaving him with a spinal cord injury strong faces up to ten years in prison at sentencing in July earlier this year ward Blake's family filed a $75 million civil rights lawsuit against prince George's county Michelle bash WTO news And a heads up from WTO for you this Thursday morning if you see Bambi resting in your yard this spring leaving alone It's funny season and locally fairfax county police are out with the reminder that it is not uncommon for a white tailed deer to leave her fawn unattended on your lawn in your gardens bushes and flower beds while she goes off to find food The fun is most likely not abandoned and you'll want to stay clear so as not to keep the mother from returning to her baby The only time you should intervene they say is if the baby deer shows obvious signs of injury or distress such as a wandering or crying incessantly for help In that case they say you are asked to contact a licensed wildlife rehabilitator a veterinarian or the animal the animal protection police it's four O 7 on WTO Celebrate your.
"mark butler" Discussed on WTOP
"Welcome to WTO Might see a spotty shower or thunderstorm by daybreak just cloudy low in the 50s before we're done 66 in our nation's capital now The lane we thank you for taking us along for your morning ride topping the local stories we are looking out for you this morning two boys were shot in the district heights area of Maryland one only four years old the city of district heights police department says this morning it all happened on Alpine street southeast of walker mill road just before 6 30 last night Wednesday night They say two cars apparently drove up to the area and multiple shooters opened fire into a group of people who were outside before you wrote boy a 14 year old boy and a dog were shot The dog died at the scene the children were taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries Virginia's U.S. senators and several other local members of Congress as well are this morning calling of the Department of Justice to take another look at the death of vishan gesar He was the McLean accountant shot and killed you'll remember by park police after a slow speed chase locally and fairfax county back in November of 2017 Now that the Virginia criminal case against the two U.S. park police officers had shot and killed gay star in 2017 has been ended by the state's attorney general U.S. representatives from Virginia Don buyer Jennifer wexton and Jerry Connelly as well as D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton want the DoJ to look at the case again in a letter they urge the DoJ civil rights division to consider new evidence among that transcript from a civil suit in which park police officials claim Alejandro Al Maya and Lucas vineyard violated use of force and pursuit policies The officers have maintained they acted in self defense The Justice Department in 2019 decided against charging the officers saying it couldn't prove gas civil rights were violated Mike moreo WTO news Double D.C. is reporting to two O 5 Newly released police body cam footage doesn't match up with what the Warren county sheriff's office apparently said about the arrest of the 77 year old man who later died The video shows a deputy slamming Ralph and his face first into the back of his pickup during an arrest near front royal on April 2nd he died 13 days later Our news partners with NBC four reporting the body cam footage came from a front royal police officer at the scene who can be heard saying quote that was unjust and unexpected called for Both the officer and deputy then appear to tackle Ennis NBC four spoke with Ennis wife Linda Ennis recently she says the body cam footage shows a different situation than what the sheriff's office had initially told her happened It was very difficult to watch I wish that I hadn't watched it She says her late husband had recently begun struggling with dementia and was the subject of a silver alert in mid March The ward county sheriff's office originally said it has fallen over the trailer hitch of his truck and hit his head sheriff Mark butler telling NBC four he stands by his department's initial statement The Virginia state police are investigating the matter to see what happened A two O 6 A prince George's county police officer is found guilty of assaulting the man during a traffic stop leaving that man paralyzed from the chest down Prince George's county police sergeant Bryant strong has been convicted of second degree assault reckless endangerment and misconduct in office 24 year old de Monte ward Blake was pulled over in oxen hill in 2019 for having expired tags after his arrest the officer began searching him when ward Blake turned toward the officer the officer pushed him against his police cruiser then to the ground leaving him with a spinal cord injury strong faces up to ten years in prison at sentencing in July earlier this year ward Blake's family filed a $75 million civil rights lawsuit against prince George's county Michelle bash WTO P news From Washington to Kyiv updates on Russia's invasion of Ukraine 24/7 360 five one O 3.5 FM had.
"mark butler" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Hope that what we will hear is an empathetic note that recognizes the struggles of working people And the need to pull together to make sure that we have everything that we need as we push through understanding Senator Warnock has been traveling around Georgia the last few days on Monday he spoke at a pharmacy about his bill to limit insulin costs last week he stopped at a gas station pitching a federal gas tax holiday An NPR poll this month found inflation is a top concern for voters Warnock is up for reelection this year Sam green glass WAB news noonan Georgia Georgia labor commissioner Mark butler says he will not seek a fourth term overseeing the state's unemployment and job search system the Republican made the announcement yesterday in a memo to staff at the state Labor Department Butler says he's leaving politics to quote concentrate on family and new opportunities The three term incumbent was beset by challengers who criticizes agencies handling of unemployment claims during the COVID-19 pandemic butler has acknowledged that the department was overloaded but says it caught up Butler was a state House member from Carrollton for 8 years before he was elected labor commissioner in 2010 You can find more local news on our new website that's W ABE dot org Amplifying Atlanta This is 90.1 WAB news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include C three AI C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems C three AI is enterprise AI A big problem on 75 southbound at mount Zion boulevard police for investigating a major wreck involving three people killed Its 5 O 6 It's all things considered from NPR news I'm Ari Shapiro And I'm Sasha Pfeiffer Among the hundreds of thousands of people fleeing Ukraine are students from Africa India and Latin America One student from India was killed in shelling this morning in the northeastern city of harkey Amid all this desperation and chaos some students of color say they've been badly treated and their governments have complained But the picture is complicated because other students say they've been met with kindness As NPR's Eleanor Beardsley and Frank lankford crossed into Hungary this morning they spoke to refugees crossing with them Plymouth Attenborough is an economic student from Nigeria and on Sunday tried to pack into a train in the city of lviv That's in the far west of Ukraine And head over the border into Poland And here's what he told our colleague Tim.
"mark butler" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
"Welcome to the gwinnett. daily post. Podcast today is tuesday. October nineteenth and happy fifty ninth birthday to boxing. Great evander holyfield. Dan radcliffe in here. Your top stories presented by a one tires and more community foundations of northeast georgia and greater atlanta opened a store in the j. discovery center at gwinnett. Ymca also opened a store at the j. discovery center. Gwinnett teach kids about childcare costs. Gps added supplemental materials to items available to parents. During instructional resources review the gwinnett justice and administration center was evacuated over. A possible has mad incident labor commissioner marked butlers. Good deed cost taxpayers money and finally the democrats renew their calls to include medicaid expansion during special election. Hello i'm rodney. Sculthorpe and i own a one tires and more in lawrenceville. Don't break down on three sixteen on your way to again. Come get your car. Checked out at one tires. Can you imagine how embarrassing it would be to be on the side of the road and miss kickoff. Get to a one tires of more before you head out. Tune-ups ball changes fluid checks. Whatever you need all of our work day one tires morris guaranteed you can find us online at a one tires more dot com or give us a call at seven seven zero nine six three eighty three thirty three remember at one tires and more. We're more than just tires. We're located directly across from the lawrenceville police headquarters and we are a one on your run. Why by kia mall of georgia. We provide award winning. Customer satisfaction have been a family owned business for over twenty years buying or leasing with us as fast and easy and you could get pre approved online enforce simple steps we offer top dollar on trade ins and have new vehicle specials that are updated every month and are factory trained technicians make servicing your vehicle convenient with extended service hours. Stop by shop with us on the lot or visit us online at loved.
"mark butler" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"Profession is one of your clients. Every one of your client is highly emotionally charged. And every one of your clients wants to think that you are the most or they are the most important to you in that sort of space. You know what i mean. And so very very high demand this does. There's a huge huge risk of you not actually satisfying your client. If you like them feeling that they didn't get the best that they expected etc etc and therefore the legal profession is particularly challenged. I think in that space but yet said to be having the conversation fantastic brenes. Browns made an absolute career. And she's a demi golden that space now and brennan brown took will say sort of shame and vulnerability and made them positive. She dressed it up as courage. And that actually made it okay to experience. Those sorts of feelings saw in all she. Nobody has done more. For the world and brent brown in terms of actually normalizing this conversation and the lowest to be able to have it kristin neff is another one around self compassion. She's done fabulous work as well but at least we're no able to have the conversation. And i think for leaders especially being able to show some sense of vulnerability your humanist i think is very very important. Nobody expects their leader to be infallible to have all the answers and are not to be affected. Just like the rest of us and to see the human side of our leader saying that. yeah. I'm struggling to this is hard. You know like make no mistake this. We're going through a really challenging time. Possibly the most challenging we've had for certainly for generations but to see the human side of leader is the very act that will drive down stigma in the workplace and that shame and support that sort of open and trusting relationship and that'll be that'll be reciprocal will say and and compassionate and i've seen it firsthand a lotta the time working with teams and the leader says middle manager. They're taking the spit in the face from the senior executive. But they're getting the kidney punches in the you know the rabbit punches in the kidneys from their and they're right in the middle trying to manage balance all of this for everybody you know. They're human and they're going to be struggling exactly the same as we are. But what. I have seen firsthand. So many times is when a leader becomes vulnerable and says yeah ice troby really really hard just to see that that shift an instant shift in the team rallies around their leader to say we. We had no idea. We've got your back. We can all talk. We're all in this together. And they'll generate that level of sort of team level care if you like that supports a leader because we see the human side of them a question around that because my ceo's asked this question of me. And i'm like. I want to know what the answer is from your point of view. This as well how much vulnerability is too much like. They're afraid like i've had at least two. Co saying..
"mark butler" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"And longer each week and My question for you this week is how are you how are you. We are still in the middle of this epic pandemic with no end in sight. Well maybe there is an end in sight with all the vaccinations in any case. It's wearing a little thin and mental. Health has become more of an issue. More of a hot topic than ever. So my question for you is how you doing with that and the question i put to today's guest. His name is mark butler. He is a mental health strategist and clinical specialist and he has a number of accolades to his titles even accolades to his titles titles to his accolades titles that give him accolades any case. It looks like a whole alphabet after his name if you go visit them on linton and they are and asked him to listen out for me. Masters of addictive behavior masters of just start psychotherapy certified resilience coach clinical member of pacify which is psychotherapist and counsellor federation of australia. I think that's it that's always letters. It's it's plenty. I really enjoyed this conversation. We talk about marks burnout. We discuss the warning signs of burnout that we can pay attention to others and ourselves. We talk about strategies to crawl out of the whole of that and had to be preventative in terms of looking after mental health. And what leaders can do to help encourage the safe conversations around mental health okay. Let's.
"mark butler" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"To hear from the public about redistricting. Starting this week, the General Assembly begins the process of using census data to draw a new state and federal lines across Georgia. The public is encouraged to tune into a live stream from 5 to 7 tonight on the state government's website. Lawmakers gathering at the state capital for the hearing tonight. Now the second meeting is scheduled tomorrow night at South for Sights High School in coming If you will go to our article it access Wdun. You can see where all of these hearings are taking place this week and next. Focus on winning back the House and the Senate in 2022. That's the advice for fellow Republicans from former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr's job number one right now, not so much worrying about 2024 but focusing on 2022, because if we don't As we should take back the house and the Senate. Then it's going to make our retaking the White House in 2024 extremely difficult. Unfortunately, speaking on Wdun newsroom Friday bar saying that GOP infighting and races like Next year's governor's race in Georgia is only hurting the party. Georgia's labor commissioner's under a microscope after hundreds of Georgians have unfulfilled unemployment claims GN ends rosacea Rivera has that story reports of out of work. Georgians not being able to receive unemployment benefits or even physically contact anyone at the Labor Department have been common this year with the federal government's $300 supplemental unemployment benefit ending thousands of Georgians could potentially be affected. The Department of Labor Commissioner Mark Butler's reelection could also be in trouble. The A. J. C reports he's running for reelection but has not formally announced. Republican State Senator Bruce Thompson says he will run for commissioner. So Georgians have an agency that works for the people. Wdun News Time is 6 34. Testimony. World resume at nine this morning in Hall County Superior Court in the trial of three men accused in the 2019 murder of Hall County deputy Blaine Dixon last week. Some of the more dramatic testimony came from Bryan Crews of fourth man charged in that murder. His case has been severed from that of the other three suspects. Defense attorney Robert MacNeil question Cruz throughout the afternoon on Wednesday about exactly or on Thursday rather about exactly what unfolded the night of July 7 2019 When Dixon was killed, you have any idea That there would be a shooting involved. No. Would you have gone if you'd known that was even a remote part of any plan that it was a possibility leaving would have not gone..
"mark butler" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"The rubble, something you know we have additional rubble that shift on us. If we make a cut, and there's a shift with additional boulders, what we end up finding is what we just encountered a small fire. It's not at least one person died in the collapse in the community of Surfside. Others are still believed to be trapped, though still not clear is what caused the collapse of the building at around 1:30 A.m., about half of the 136 unit building. Was still standing. Federal judges sentenced to Kentucky man to life without parole for the racially motivated killings of two black customers at a Kroger store in 2018 more from NPR's Ryan Lucas Gregory Bush pleaded guilty in March two federal hate crimes and firearms charges stemming from the murder of Maurice Dollard and Vicky Lee Jones. Was shot and killed. Stahler in the Isle of a Kroger grocery store in suburban Louisville, then walked outside the store and killed Jones in the parking lot. Bush, who is white, did not know Stahler or Jones beforehand and chose to shoot them because they were both black. He opened fire on a third shopper who also was black. A state court already sentenced Bush to life in prison. Now he has received a federal life sentence as well. Brian Lucas. NPR NEWS Washington A global vaccine sharing program, backed by the World Health Organization expects to fall short of its goal to deliver at least two billion vaccine doses by year's end. Initiative, known as Kovacs struggled with delays and supply chain problems more from NPR's will stone Kovacs will be sending about 100 million fewer doses than it had initially planned. That's according to the latest forecast from Kovacs, which is a joint venture of the W. H O Gabby, the vaccine alliance and other partners. The program aims to deliver vaccines to many of the world's poorest countries, but it has faced some big setbacks. For example, a major vaccine manufacturer in India decided to keep the vaccines that produces in the country rather than export them to the rest of the world. That and problems with scaling up deliveries of the AstraZeneca vaccine have choked the global vaccine supply. So far, Kovacs has only sent about 90 million doses. Will stone NPR News number of people filing first time jobless claims fell last week and another sign the labor market is improving. Labor Department says initial claims for unemployment benefits declined by 7000 from the previous week to 411,000 Major update on Wall Street, The Dow gained 322 points the NASDAQ Rose 97 points today. This is NPR from W Abcnews in Atlanta. Good evening. I'm Jim Burress at 704. A judge in Henry County has dismissed most of a lawsuit pushing for yet another review of mail in ballots from the 2020 presidential election in Fulton County. The plaintiffs claim some paper ballots looked fake and warrants another look with high definition scanners. But Judge Brian Amero says Fulton County and its board of Elections cannot be sued because of sovereign immunity. The case is not over, though. Amero says members of the board of Election can still be sued as individuals. Georgia is about done with federal programs that pay extra unemployment benefits, including an extra $300 a week in federal money for every person on unemployment. That money would have kept flowing for a few more months. But Labor commissioner Mark Butler and Governor Brian Kemp say employers can't find workers because the extra insurance payments are too good. Some workers, though, say their industries have not recovered yet from the pandemic. Over the next four years, Georgia will see rapid growth in solar energy. So says a report from the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. Brian Jacob is with the nonprofit and he says Georgia's powers 2019 integrated resource plan calls for solar allows Georgia to move ahead the current of the current regional leader Both and watch for customer and in total installed capacity, And I think it's more about favorable decisions in Georgia rather than unfavorable in North Carolina, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy predicts South Carolina will lead solar use in the Southeast by next year, with Georgia and North Carolina rounding out the top three, all right. Once in a lifetime. You're the dungeon houses in the place where organized noise supported outcast and goodie Mob's earliest recordings is on Airbnb tomorrow only. You can get it for.
"mark butler" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"From the giant rubble heap nearby buildings. Some which are residential, some of which are hotels are evacuated out of caution, Dave, But in Daytona Beach, a manhunt for the guy who shot a police officer found lying on the ground last night. They had to look at his body cam video to see what happened. At some point, the suspect turns and shoots my officer. One time in the head Chief Jack are Young, says the officers in grave condition hours after President Biden focused on illegal guns and trafficking in his strategy to combat rising crime cities experienced an increase in gun violence are able to use the American rescue plan dollars to hire police officers needed for community police. Today, the president will host a bipartisan group of senators discussing their infrastructure compromised plan, Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the group made progress Towards an outline of a potential agreement. Well, Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio said. I would say that we're very, very close that agreement on spending for roads, highways and other traditional infrastructure projects. That's Fox's chilled NATO. Later, the president vice president will go to North Carolina and further promote covid vaccines. Tomorrow, she'll visit the border like Republicans of demanding going to El Paso, Texas. America's listening to Fox News Are gorgeous Give was talking. From the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom I'm B J. Williams Day four of testimony in the Hall County Sheriff's Deputy Blame Dixon Murder case will get underway in about an hour. We'll tell you about what happened in court yesterday. In just a moment. New trouble over in Jackson County to 11 near Chateau Ellen will update your commute in minutes. Dry today. Dry again tomorrow. Rain chances wait until Friday night. Better chance on Saturday forecast Next on Wdun Good morning to everyone. Prosecutors and Hall County Superior Court spent their time focusing yesterday on prior criminal activities attributed to two suspects accused in the murder of Hall County Sheriff's Deputy Blaine Dixon. Hector Garcia Solis and Eric The last squares have both been accused in a string of burglaries committed the night before Dixon was gunned down on July 7th 2019 Oakwood police Lieutenant Todd Templeton investigated some of the break ins that happened in his city. Obviously, they burglarized Libs prior to come into swap and trade because they were driving the truck that was stolen from plebs. Auto sales, one No arrived at swap and trade. Also in the video. We see the least forward the weed eater that was stolen from Texas Auto, two women whose personal vehicles were allegedly stolen by the suspects prior to July, 6th. We're also allegedly stolen by the suspects again. They also testified yesterday. All four suspects were in one of those vehicles the night that Dixon was killed. The vehicle and the suspects involved in a car chase with authorities that night. The Gwinnett County Police Department says it could use some help from the public as they try to identify a couple of suspects accused in some entering autos cases. Wdun. TERROR Brawley With that story, the police Department says the two men were caught on surveillance video entering several vehicles on Bar Harbor Place in Lawrenceville last Wednesday. One man is believed to be about five ft. Eight inches to five FT. 11 inches tall and around £170, the other man, maybe between 20 and 30 years old and is described to be between five ft. Seven inches to five ft. 10 inches tall. Photos of the suspect and a contact number for detectives are on axis WDUN WDUN news time just after 804, Georgia's labor commissioner tries to stay positive in this month's regional and metro and unemployment report, But he says there's still work to do to get your North Georgia is back on the job. Mark Butler says the one bright spot for the Georgia Mountains region in the Gainesville Metro is the decrease and initial unemployment claims. That's true for the past month and from year to year. However, the Gainesville unemployment rate did increase the 10th of a 0.22 point 7% for May. The rate is 2.8% for the region. Teresa McCartney will be the acting chancellor of Georgia's University system as regions remain at an apparent impasse over efforts to name former governor Sonny Perdue. As the leader of the university system regions voting unanimously yesterday to name McCartney to take the reins from outgoing Chancellor Steve Wrigley. He's retiring next week on June 30th. A colorful new addition to the Gainesville landscape. It's a mural being painted by volunteers with the University of North Georgia that mural being painted on a wall in the public housing development midtown villages at Melrose. It depicts six individuals who have made an impact on the community. Volunteers include Patent Holly, a junior at U. N. G, who has been helping out with the mural for the last several days. People combined.
"mark butler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sue the city tonight. A pilgrim depth Tears from her eyes is Atlanta police body cam Plate of the night. She and Messiah Young were taste and dragged from a car downtown. Living through this has been Such a horrifying experience and like the anxiety that that night brings me every day, the nightmares that I still have to experience almost every single night attorney My Willie Davis says. This lawsuit names the city, the mayor and several of the police officers. The entire city is responsible for what happened to these young people on this dreadful night. Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB, The Development Authority of Fulton County suspends $200 per diems to board members amid questions about whether the payments are even authorized. Fulton County Commission has no record of Approving the per diems is required by state law. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. The authorities paid out nearly $800,000 since 2015. Some county commissioners want board members to give that money back Georgia employers at a modest 7000 jobs in May. The unemployment rate slips 2/10 to 4.1%. But that's largely due to a shrinking labor force. More than 12,000 jobseekers. Stop looking State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler believes ending enhanced federal benefits next week will force more Georgians back to work The heat and drought SAP California's reservoirs, Western state he don't Is a dramatic reminder that Mother Nature bats last and she bats 1000, California Governor Gavin Newsom declares a heat wave. Emergency warns water levels at Lake Oroville are falling so low that a major hydro electric power plant may have to shut down. For the first time ever. The city of Healdsburg has cut its water used by 40%. WSB news times. 7 11..
"mark butler" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hour news cetera. Holly Springs police officers killed in a traffic stop in Cherokee County. Gunfire erupts after the traffic stop on Hickory Road, killing the officer and a male suspect. It's the 42nd officer involved shooting. The GBI is investigated in Georgia this year. They're working to determine what happened. Holly Springs Police spokeswoman says the investigation is still very active. The name of the officer and the suspect who died have not yet been released. WSB is Bill catchy, Oh reports it's the fourth officer killed in the line of duty in Georgia so far this year. The suspect accused of killing a cashier into cab county in a mask dispute may appear before a magistrate today. Victor Tucker faces murder and aggravated assault charges. Both Tucker and an off duty sheriff's deputy are wounded in a shootout. It's one of the biggest comebacks ever. The Hawks a race of 26 point lead by the Sixers and then beat Philly 10916 to move within one win of the Eastern Conference finals. Trade, Young tells TNT He just loves the teams fight never stopped believing until the final buzzer goes off Young scores 39, including three clutch free throws to put Atlanta ahead in the final minute, game. Six Friday nights Guitar Rock State Farm Arena. The number of Americans applying for first time unemployment benefits rises in the past week for the first time since April. 412,000 Americans seek aid Georgia's congressional Democrats are asking for a federal investigation of the state unemployment system. Citing egregious breakdowns, Congresswoman Carolyn Bordeaux tells ws BS word on the street and unacceptable number of unemployed Georgians are stuck in limbo. This is not just an administrative snafu. This is a really serious problem for people. State Labor commissioner Mark Butler defends his office and resents Bordeaux throwing Under the bus. President Biden today signs the bill to establish Juneteenth is a federal holiday. I think it's so moving for me is because it's about freedom and emotional Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee after the House passes the Bill George's Andrew Clyde is one of 14. House Republicans to vote No. June 19th marks the day in 18 65 that slaves in Texas. Learned they were free. It may take a road trip for you to buy a new car, with many dealerships having limited supplies of new vehicles Because of the ongoing computer chip shortage and a rebounding economy, More and more Americans are going to out of state new car lots. Some 10% of people have done that, according to a survey by cars dot com reporter Jim Crystal, a says it's also lead to higher used car prices, which may help explain why Americans are holding onto their vehicles longer than ever. Apple's going to allow Android users to face time. It works is going to be pretty simple. A person who is using an iPhone or an iPad turn, Mac will be able to create a link that they send to their friend and when clicked on allows their device to join into the video chat. CNN's EE insurer says it's part of Apple's operating system Update. Apple tends to be proprietary, but maybe trying to make inroads into zooms business. WSB news time 9 33 Now at eight a.m. Every weekday morning on 95.5 wsb the eight a.m. nonstop news feed 15 minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic Unique to plan your day eight AM non. Stop.
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"After we went off the air was the Jeff Duncan finally announced that he wasn't running for reelection. Everybody knew it was gonna happen, Hey, had called all this big donors and told him that they you know that he wasn't gonna be seeking reelection. And, um, either. What al. The thing is, I know a lot of grassroots Republicans are really mad at Jeff Duncan. I think in a way they have channeled their Anger at governor camp on Jeff Duncan s O. They switched it from Kim to Duncan because they're not his mad governor camp because the economy is good and Cove. It's good, all that kind of stuff. So, um, I think that Duncan I think he was wrong in some of the city's things, he said. Very early. I think he fell into some of the liberal media's traps. Because they love it when you're Republican, and you speak bad about Republicans, Okay? Also, I think that walking off the diets and not purse not presiding over Senate Bill to OT was kind of a childish thing to do. Because he is you know whether he likes the bell or not. Every bill he likes doesn't get passed every bill he doesn't like. Does you know what I mean? It's It's just one of those things. So but I think he saw the writing on the wall. He wasn't gonna be reelected. And now he like Kelly Leffler, another folks, They're all starting these organizations to try toe help Republicans. I think Kelly's group Greater Georgia is not partisan it all. It's just about registering people vote getting him out. I don't know what his is gonna look like and we're going to talk to him next Monday. Yeah, that's that's very good. I think he does need Tolo talk about his new project. Now that he's not running his pet project, P E t right. I think that, um He says he wants to focus on healing the Republican Party and moving it to the next level beyond Trump. He's I hesitate, saying he's an anti trump her, but I think he is. I don't think he really supports what Trump did. I like to think he supported what he did. He just didn't like how we handle things at the end. Yeah, that's probably a better way to say it. But I do think that him leaving office and we talk about this off the air that he can't get. He wouldn't be reelected. It's right. So I do think that he's making a wise choice and regardless of whether he supports Trump or not, we need to start working right now. Martha on what we're doing in 2022. I mean, in fairness to him, I mean, he had to do this, so whoever could run in the primary could run. But he's not leaving office and a lot could change in political fortunes in 19 months. I mean, in 19 months You know, with the spotlight, not on him. He could be a hero. You know how that goes. So I like Jeff Duncan Because he's not a career politician. He has a business and a family to fall back on. I think Jeff Duncan is very young and dynamic and he's not going anywhere. Okay. He will be around and he will resurface in the most interesting places, eh? So that leaves who will run? Okay, So Jeannie Seaver's already in the race she's been in for several months. I think Butch Miller's getting in. I mean, I think that's kind of the word on the street on the and I think it'll be interesting. I you know, And I mean not just cause he's a hometown guy. I love the fact he's a business guy. Yeah, and that's going to really help. He owns the car dealership out here on Brown's Bridge Road number one number two. He does understand not number one politics. But he also understands business and that's going to help the small businesses of Georgia whether he is lieutenant governor or then at some point runs for governor. So people need to understand what we have election wise, because, Okay, these constitutional officers that we're talking about. Do not report to the governor. Okay? They're elected individually, They report to the voters. Okay, So what Jeff Duncan is saying to the voters aren't going to support him, and I think he's probably right. Expect this week. Maybe today, Gary Black is going to announce that he's running for Senate. Okay, That means the ad commissioner. Race. That'll be all is going to be open so that will put in the Senate race late from Sadler, and I got us. I'm putting a spreadsheet together, but I don't have it yet. Let them, said Sadler, Kelvin King, Gary Black. Okay. Some people think Kelly Lefler is still kind of hanging up there in the ether. I think she's going to do greater Georgia and I think that's what she's gonna do. Will Bentley, Who's the head of AG, Ritter, Agritourism and the Cattlemen's Association, and all that stuff he is thinking about running. There's also a representative who I don't know. You might know Tyler Harper's his name or the name. Don't you don't know him. He's talking. They're talking about his name out there, too. I think will be Bentley is probably the favorite among egg people s. Oh, well see, that's kind of the path that Gary Black took. Um, coming out of that kind of world because even though they have to register as lobbyists, what they do is really help at agriculture. Help farmers. That's what they do, so we'll see what happens there. I've heard Mark Butler this week or next is going to announce that he's not seeking re election, so that's going to we believe what will happen. I've heard the governor's office is pushing very hard to get him to go ahead and resign so they can appoint someone They're talking about the name that's being thrown around again. This is all rumor is Fitz Johnson, who was the African American who ran from Cobb County ran for Congress..
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"And called over Tor Kind. 11 Dispatch Gwinnett County P I o Hideshi Valya says the couple was shot to death. Do not live in the area. Get no motive at this time. 73 degrees in Atlanta A few clouds tonight Lows around 70. Partly cloudy tomorrow highs. 82 Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up. This is dash Cam video from an uber driver terrifying moments outside Atlanta's trap museum that sent people running for cover that uber driver Clint Rusher describes what he saw the Channel two action news, Then I city a ton of people running towards my car, you know, running in my direction in diving under the car and getting behind the car. It's in front of me. Three men and a woman were shot. The search is on for the driver of a black dodge charger with Red stripes. Georgia's labor shortage being blamed for inflation, commodity shortages even long breast strong waits. Georgia is flush with job opportunities. George, We're past that still recovering. I mean, we're going wide open, Labor commissioner Mark Butler tells Atlantis morning news Sunday and one of those individuals out there that had it Job that you deem that didn't pay you enough. And wasn't you know the right kind of hours. You'll never find a better opportunity than right now employed or two dot com shows more than 240,000, Georgia job listings, with thousands being added each day. Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB. The top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. A decision to reopen the long closed US Canadian border is expected later this week for the.
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"Troops says Palestinian rocket fire and Israeli air strikes continue for 1/4 Day. Gaza health officials say at least 103 Palestinians have died, including more than two dozen Children, and in Israel. At least seven people have died, including a teenager and a child. NPR's Daniel Estrin has more. Israel said it called up 9000 reservists in his bombed hundreds of sites and Gaza, targeting senior militants and morning Palestinian families by phone to flee their homes before destroying buildings. Palestinian militants of fired a large barrage of rockets more than 1700 since the start of heavy fighting Monday, Israel says it intercepted most of those rockets mid air, but a few 100 of them landed in Gaza, killing at least 17 uninvolved civilians. Gaza is now short on electricity. Israel says Palestinian rocket fire knocked out a key power line. Israel has also closed a key border crossing where Gaza imports supplies. Meanwhile, Israeli cities are bracing for another night of Arab and Jewish mob violence, and Israel says three rockets were fired from Lebanon into the Mediterranean Sea. Daniel Estrin NPR NEWS Jerusalem The CDC says people fully vaccinated against Covad 19 no longer need to wear masks or physically distance in most indoor or outdoor settings. Sam Whitehead from member station W. EB reports. The new guidance comes as the pandemic outlook continues to improve falling infection rates, along with more evidence that the coded 19 vaccines offer protection in the real world, lead the CDC to update its recommendations, says agency head Dr Rochelle Walensky. She called the change in Guidance, a quote, exciting and powerful moment, the CDC says. Masking and distancing are still encouraged for unvaccinated people. Sam Whitehead reporting President Biden is urging people in the Southeast, not the horde. Gasoline as a major pipeline that provides 45% of the fuel needs of the East Coast comes back into service. Member station W A. B E Johnny Kauffman reports. Some cities, including Atlanta, experienced fuel shortages. While many gas stations in Atlanta still have fuel. There are dozens with limited options. And if you have none That's according to gasbuddy dot com, The company that operates Colonial pipeline shut it down last Friday following a cyber attack, Colonial said. By mid day fuel will have reached all its markets in the south and along the east coast. Hear about fuel shortages and panic buying lead, at least in part to actual fuel shortages at gas stations. Many states, including Georgia, as well as the federal government, have put measures in place to help increase access to gas. For NPR News. I'm Johnny Kauffman in Atlanta, all straight higher by the closing bell. As stocks recovered after a three day skid, the Dow the NASDAQ, both gaining 1.2%, the S and P. 500 was up 7/10 of a percent. This is NPR from WSB news in Atlanta. I'm um, um often we have fair skies 70 degrees at 504. Good afternoon, Georgia will stop providing federal pandemic unemployment benefits as of June 26 that announcement coming today from Governor Brian Kemp. State will continue to offer regular unemployment insurance but well in the additional $300 per week in federal benefits. The move will also in benefits for gig workers, Part time employees and the self employed. Campaign labor commissioner Mark Butlers say this is necessary to help get Georgians back to work and rebuild the economy. Here's Kemp on Fox News, Every small business owner and the workers that are currently working, they need more people. It is hurting our productivity not only in Georgia, but across the country. We saw yesterday that's driving up inflation, the market tanked. Him says the federal subsidy is discouraging Georgians from returning to work. Defenders of extra benefits say the labor market is still disrupted by Cove in 19, particularly because mothers may be staying at home with their Children. What the U. S. Representative Andrew Clyde is drawing criticism for saying there was no insurrection on January 6th. He said it in the House committee yesterday. Clyde and other Republican representatives denied key details of the capital riot in front of the House Oversight and Reform Committee. While Clyde concedes there was undisciplined mob. He says the footage from that day could be mistaken.
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"Restaurant temperature 60 about two months after the deadly spot shootings in Metro Atlanta, indictments are handed down in both Fulton and Cherokee County's says when running for Fulton D. A. She couldn't imagine a circumstance to seek the death penalty in the case. Until now, with evidence, she says that I believe warrants the ultimate penalty against 22 year old alleged gunman Robert Aaron. Long definitely cases are never easy. The biggest hurdle will just be having stamina, but some journeys are worth taking six of the eight victims of Asian descent. Willis will also pursue hate crimes charges. It all long faces eight murder counts across the two counties with other charges. Edgar Drake, it's 95.5 WSB Sami police search for a man suspected of roughing up a woman. In a robbery attempted than firing shots of bystanders. The man allegedly grabbed the victim's back back as she walked along, Shamley done what he wrote your Buford highway and threw her down during a struggle. Police say he then shot it. Others who gave chase you can see surveillance images of the suspect of WSB radio dot com. Anyone with information should contact shambling police, Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler tells double DSPs ward on the street in the state may cut off federal unemployment benefits that have been expanded during the pandemic have my way We'll get rid of all the extra federal stuff that's out there right now. Frankly, we just don't need it with all the jobs that we have available. Some lawmakers say that extra $300 a week, maybe keeping some home rather than looking for work. A final decision from the governor's expected soon a Decatur resident notices a buzzing coming from the neighbor's house. The homeowner calls be removal expert Bobby Chase on who finds a massive honeybee hive in the ceiling was about five ft. Long and then, of course, the floor. George Depth is about 12 19 inches deep and then about 18 inches while he tells Channel two action news up to 100,000 bees had to be removed. He says it only takes minutes for a massive swarm to move in. WSB news time 8 42 It is 18 minutes till the are big Sports Day in Atlanta Braves your home against the Blue Jays this evening, Gwinnett Stripers will entertain Louisville bats. Akureyri Field, the Hawks indoors against the Wizards. 7 30 years evening of State Farm Arena Company rescued her all destruct fellows joining us once again. We're beginning to See the end of the rain in northwest Georgia is that does not that is that? Not right. We still got plenty of showers across the metro area, but it looks like the heaviest is.
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"Non life threatening injuries. Wdun news time 6 34 the whole county school district, making one final change to its mask manned a prior to the end of the school year's coverings. Wow in academic classrooms will become optional. Once again. This is on Lee for her youngest students in grades K through five. That Superintendent Will Scofield in a video released by the district yesterday. Scofield says K through five students will still have to wear mask in transitions from classroom space to other areas and also where them in common areas. Hall County Commission calls a time out imposing a 90 Day moratorium to allow the Department of Planning and Development to review regulations governing two areas of recent increased application activity. Further order in the resolution that the director of planning and development and the department would not accept or process applications for commercial kennels or angry entertainment establishments, that's Hall County attorney being Stevens addressing members of the Whole County Commission. Yesterday before it's unanimous vote in favor of the resolution. Stephen says applications already being processed would be exempt from the moratorium, which runs through August. 16th. And FedEx is hiring in the Atlanta area is online shopping increases the company saying Monday it plans to hire 3000 additional employees in both full and part time positions. Sandy Springs based UPS just announced it also has hired thousands of employees all over the world to meet e commerce demand. There's more news that access Wdun you can plan to hire all the people you want. I know you don't show up. That was my first thought. I thought, Well, okay, we'll say that you're hiring, but Good luck. It's like, if if if Tree falls in the forest, and no one's there to hear it doesn't make a noise. If you put out a want ad, and no one's there who wants to read it, you know. Can you really hire someone? Well, we'll see what happens. Since Mark Butler, the state labor commissioner, is making that push Yeo again require people who are drawing unemployment to actually prove they have been applying for jobs. Of course, you know in my mind if if I'm a small business, um Owner. Yeah, I'm thinking, OK, You're applying that? How serious are you? Even if you know, because Thies extended unemployment benefits are viable through September. That's a long haul you're talking about. Not being able to have enough workers. Sure is, Uh, just I I'm just marveled at the people who would rather sit home and get a little bit of money as opposed to going to work. And maybe getting a little bit more. I don't know are just feeling productive. Well, e can't sit at home and start four walls, right? I forget where I saw it The other day and again. I'm not a math person, but they were talking about you know your base. Unemployment pay plus $300. They estimated that it's 6 65 or 6 50 something like that. And if you have a $15 an hour job, but 40 hours a week, that's $600. And of course, your taxes are taken out of that. So taking out of your employment true, But you're still making more on unemployment. If that is indeed, the The actual calculation, but you know, and so that's that's a little frustrating when the federal government Is paying you more to stay home, right and and small business owners, and that's who I've heard the most. You know, frustration from is this small business owner because they're the ones who Suffer more than corporate entities at this point. Yeah, and I I I have I have a conspiracy theory about that because they wanted to pass. Something have to raise the federal minimum wage. Well, they don't have to. Now they just force people have to pay more to get people to get off their fat, spreading rear ends on the couch and go to work. Say what? You really feel that I'm not gonna hold back next time. I can tell you that I could flat tell you that. It is frustrating, and I was frustrated people over and we've got a an interview coming up in the next week or so with someone who is representing. He's a chef, but he's not gonna talk about cooking. Is representing an organization that's trying to help restaurants be able to get people to come back to work. And he's very frustrated that that particular industry is having is much trouble. It is getting people to come back is just about anything. Well, they had so much trouble anyway, because people couldn't go out to eat basically were put out of business, or I had to change their business model, and they produce business in those sorts of things. So, yeah, I mean, On. We heard from restaurants in our community, one end of the spectrum to the other, a high end restaurant, Then you know, one of our favorite burger and fried places and both just struggling. All the folks I've talked to so far on Main Street eats when we've had off Mike conversations. It has been the same concern on that has been being able to get good employees and be able to hang on to him and get people to come into work. So By the way we do have our latest main street eats out. It's Alfie Euro Grill. So one of my favorite places we did the lemon chicken suit my favorites. It's so delicious, you thing I like about that. I can see that on a winter day being so you know, comforting. But on a July day it's so light the finish on it is so light with that, lemon you could it Zzyzx Summertime soup. It's a year round, super delicious. I laughed because The owner, Chris called it vaccine. Yes, that's because justice vaccine that's right, because that's my vaccine. So Crystal and George they were both great..
Georgia jobless rate falls to 5.1% in ninth straight decline, job opportunities increase in Atlanta
"Good news for Georgia's economy, with the state's unemployment rate, falling 2/10 of a percentage point in January, 25.1% State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler, saying the rate has dropped 7.4 points since the pandemic started. By the way the number of jobs jobs listed listed on on the the state's state's employed employed George George website website has has tripled tripled tripled in in in that that that time time time frame. frame. frame. The The The total total total now now now surpassing surpassing surpassing 200,000. 200,000. 200,000.
Unemployment claims rise in Georgia
"Labor Department picks up the pace handling the large number of unemployment claims in the pandemic. It's now reviewing about 1500 claims a day up from 900 in August. Labor Commissioner Mark Butler admits the challenges are severe. His office processed over 26,000 claims last week, which is nearly five times the number of pre pandemic some unemployed Georgians complained they waited months to get