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"marshall county high school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"marshall county high school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"As bit into something that we should be willing to do to help out our fellow human being something that I'm going to do to help out our our our fellow human beings in his daily briefing Bashir showed a video of how to make a mask at home the governor reported twelve do corona virus desperate for a total of two hundred twenty four Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has joined a lawsuit against governor Beshear the lawsuit was first filed by a northern Kentucky woman she sued Bashir over his out of state travel ban I guilty plea has been entered in the Marshall county high school shooting case Gabriel Parker pleaded guilty to two counts of murder and fourteen counts of assault in connection to the twenty eighteen high school shooting that left two students dead he faces a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for twenty years a sentencing date has been set for June twelfth the pandemic is forcing Kentucky's second largest city to tighten its fiscal belt Lexington Maryland a cordon is projecting a forty million dollar revenue shortfall in the upcoming fiscal year for that reason she's proposing more than twelve million dollars in cuts across city government we will not fund about forty seven vacant positions there are no pay raises for employees outside of those required by contract and no new positions funded in this budget Gordon calls it a crisis budget adding that it's not much different from when used during wartime that's Haley Hansen reporting all right Paul miles fired radio wants.

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"marshall county high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"marshall county high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thank you talk about any idea man I know I'm looking at this calendar here and I know we're coming right around the corner on super Tuesday I'm not sure if Bernie you'll still be on top I guess it's all going to depend on if we'll even have Nevada's votes by then maybe a little baseball you know about this Astros saga that's got me pretty fired up that's really something that bothers me is the hypocrisy rob Manfred really bothers me but the good news is is everybody will be able to hear what it's like to listen to Mike Allen ran for thirty three years and to see what this is your brain on Mike Allen rants there you go Hey we gotta get out of here but we will be back next week with my talent you you're in the big chair give Melissa happy to be here Mike Allen senior news radio seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati coming to Kentucky schools this is eleven o'clock report I'm sandy Collins breaking now law officers in Kentucky now required to carry weapons when they're assigned a security detail at Kentucky schools I simply cannot ask a school resource officer to stop an armed gunman entering a school without them having the ability to not only achieve this mission but also to protect themselves in the credit governor indeed this year the bipartisan measure came about after student opened fire at Marshall county high school in western Kentucky and killed two fifteen year old classmates recently of the sweeping school safety law that was passed last year did not specify whether school police needed to carry a weapon so now we.

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"marshall county high school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"marshall county high school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To Frankfort were a measure that would arm school resource officers in the Commonwealth has cleared the full Senate the bill is in addition to last year school safety measure what was passed in the wake of the Marshall county high school shooting it's sponsored by Republican senator Max Weiss who says armed guards protect the capital so why not schools many women there outside of these doors many women that are stated in this gallery if we are protected by those who were sworn law enforcement officers with a firearm would we not with the same for our children the measure passed thirty four to one and now heads to the house Haley Hanssen newsradio wait forty WHAS a at seven thirty two it news radio eight forty WHAS some Kentucky's capital city we had now to the nation's capital that's where Pam Bondi a member of the president's legal team says that president trump had every reason to be concerned about the bidens and their connection to a resume up the appointment of the vice president's son to a Ukrainian oil board looks nepotistic at best nefarious out worst Bondi speaking during the impeachment trial on Monday said the reason I had a long history of corruption former vice president Biden's son hunter was a member of the regional board of directors Bondy says that considering the senior brides position as vice president of the United States that there is a definite appearance of a conflict of interest Bondy called hunter Biden extremely well compensated despite his lack of experience the third and final day of the president's opening arguments will begin today at one o'clock resident himself will be a little busy today rolled out the red carpet yesterday for the Israeli prime minister today he'll unveil his Middle East peace plan A. B. C.'s Karen Travers sets up the day from the White House president trump today is expected to unveil his much delayed Middle East peace plan with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu he said it would be a quote suggestion for the Israelis and Palestinians the president's son in law and senior adviser Jared Kushner oversaw the formulation of this plan which is been three years in the making a senior source involved with the process insisted that revealing it now was not designed to distract from impeachment but was rather a reaction to political realities in Israel Netanyahu faces an election in just five weeks and was recently indicted for fraud bribery in breach of trust Karen Travers ABC news the White House back a little of all actors theater's laying off people in a statement released by the troop yesterday the jobs are being eliminated as part of an organizational restructuring plan the official say reorganizing the administrative and operational staff was necessary to build a financially stable business model and a copy of the articles of impeachment signed by of all people president trump is expected to bring in more than twenty grand at auction at a December rally in Michigan Jonathan more put out of print a copy the articles and got the president to sign the front page Goldin auctions of New Jersey you put the articles on the auction block earlier this month with an opening bid of four grand it currently sits a fourteen thousand and climbing the auction closes February twenty second your next news update coming at eight I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky N. as breaking news weather and traffic station well I thank you it's seven thirty five here at news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky and his morning news well yesterday after the second day of defense up from a president trump's attorneys at the Senate trial Republican Mitt Romney had this to say regarding the possibility of the national security adviser John Bolton testifying at trial John Bolton has a relevant testimony I think it's increasingly likely that other Republicans will will join those of us who think we should hear from John Bolton the ghosts of the joint out with ABC news political analyst Alex castallanos Alex what do you think of what Mitt Romney had to say yesterday and do you think that that's likely to happen now I think Mitch McConnell is going to fight as hard as he can to keep his Republican senators from voting to open this impeachment trial the more witnesses he may let Mitt Romney and Susan Collins from Maine is a one other vote for it but if he's going to try to hold the line and not look for Republicans vote of for the opening up the witnesses why because it cracks the a good makes a mess it makes this impeachment trial take a lot longer and that's not good for the Republicans on the ballot twenty twenty as a whole so there may be some deal offered like by team for both teams but Democrats are going to go for that show does this change the fact that at the end of the day there are sixty six senators to vote to remove Donald Trump no it does well with that though why why not to allow him to testify sixty nine percent of Republicans want to hear testimony from Bolton and some others they think that I got barely that it's going to clear president trump and if they did that that would be a great harm to the Democrats just to counter the point well we switch McConnell wouldn't mind letting almost some of the swing state senator stand up there and say look how independent I am from Donald Trump I'll go to open it up to more witnesses church but the fact is that once you start pulling this thread out of the sweater you'd never know where it'll go should the Democrats now want to link to this trial that they at first wanted to shorten because they want to do as much damage not the trunk but two Republicans should to Republicans who look what they've already said about trump to keep this alive as a campaign issue so Mitch McConnell wants to get this out of the way and start talking about Hey how's the economy do how would that look like they'll how would mich shut somebody's mother some Republican who for example the Kennedy from Louisiana said the other day that he it was hearing things he had heard before it's it's kind of Swiss peaks a mattress from his comments the other day yeah he's he's dealing with some Republican senators and the way I think McConnell deals with it is he says okay you got it hoping for but will offer that to the Democrats will we support by noon Bolden testifying you can vote for that as long as it's a bold and providing a deal the Democrats can't accept just as an aside let's say that did this happen whatever hours are somehow president trump wanted not to winning the the national election and Biden were to win that would be interesting if you still had a Republican Senate and maybe some seats flip in the house that you would have an impeachment inquiry into in into biting you you could certainly have that that would be interesting but look the Bolton testimony at the end of the day it doesn't change the argument Congress passed a law in twenty nineteen the national defense authorization act what did it say it said that before president can give foreign aid to a country like the Ukraine guess what he has to do certify that it's not corrupt Congress is now impeach this president for following the law Congress passed calendar she was making the point that makes no sense the law doesn't say by the way you have to exempt Joe Biden because he's a political adversary the law doesn't say by the way Donald Trump can be impeached because he did it for political reasons to as long as Donald Trump observe the law follow the law did what he was required to do you can't remove him from office and more than at sixty six senators I think are you're not going to find them to remove trump for office based on that what do you do you think change with Lindsey Graham and Dershowitz where they said before that these would be crimes back in the Clinton days of it was a Republican okay.

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"marshall county high school" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"marshall county high school" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Fuel remains literally sitting on the shores of Lake Michigan more than fifty castle really affect the quality of life of the residences Ryan it deters economic investment depresses home values drives up property taxes and stretches the city's already been budget so today I am proud reduced the stranded act to at last provide some compensation for these affected communities sign is not alone across the country there are more than a dozen communities with nuclear plants at various stages of decommissioning with more to come I am grateful for this for this important leadership of appropriations chair woman at a low we an appropriations subcommittee on energy and water development your women Marcy captor in re introducing this bill together we are fighting to make the federal government do write for communities like Zion I urge my colleagues to join us and I yield back the balance of my time this is the gentleman from Louisiana right Jim is recognized for one minute thinker the people of Louisiana recently lost a respected political leader a businessman a war veteran and a civil rights leader Mister Willie Belton Mr Belton had a life of service to others he was awarded the bronze star and a Purple Heart under fire historically here war Klay during the Korean War he marked with doctor Martin Luther king in Washington Alabama Tennessee Mississippi unlike Dr king Mr Belton always advocated Christian values and non violent protests he also let his local in double A. C. P. chapter in Louisiana in February two thousand nineteen was awarded to Louisiana medal of honor please join me in honor in his lifetime of service to Louisiana and Louisiana treasure Mister Willie belt in his memory well fortunately live with us forever thank you I yield back what purpose does the gentleman from California right to address the house one minute to revise that objection gentleman is recognized for one minute thank you madam speaker I rise today to congratulate Julie Bornstein on her retirement from the Coachella Valley housing coalition for more than thirty years Julie has worked tirelessly as an advocate for forcible housing throughout the Coachella Valley she has dedicated her career to making a difference in the lives of thousands of individuals in riverside and imperial counties her leadership has been instrumental in raising awareness about homelessness issue so many members of our communities face and through her efforts we have seen an increase in the availability of affordable housing throughout the Inland Empire apart from her work in the Coachella Valley housing coalition Julie served in the California State Assembly and was chosen to do so to serve as chair of the democratic caucus she then went on to serve as director of the California department of housing and community development later Julie was appointed CEO and president of the campaign for former housing Julie's workers not gone unnoticed in the Coachella Valley is a better place because of her we we wish you a happy retirement Julie thank you and I yield back for what purpose this is Jennifer California rice transaction gentleman's recognized for one minute thank you I raised a rise today to honor the life and legacy of garden Dr Martin Luther king today being his actual birthday nineteen twenty nine ninety one years ago Republican dogma mall for a king is becoming on synonymous with the sole rights movement and the right to insure each and everyone of us are treated equally regardless for background and upbringing the strong Christian beliefs helped them inspire positive social change through peaceful protests and demonstrations and nation plagued by identity politics his pursuit of liberties as relevant now as it was during the nineteen sixties Dr king demonstrates a world that is not the color of a person's skin that mattered rather the nature of their character indeed one of my favorite crow quotes and one to live by the work of Dr king is not yet done he remains a shining example the right way to lead the right way to peacefully protest in the white one right we didn't inspire a lot for joining with the celebration of the south side community center in Orville California this coming Monday where his legacy is celebrated and even brought forward by scholarships for young people will be there I go back what purpose does the gentleman from New York rise the house was recognized for one minute thank you madam speaker I rise today to honor one of my heroes Dr Martin Luther king junior who was born on this day ninety one years ago next Monday the nation will pay tribute to this incredible man in his life and as well as enduring legacy a legacy rooted in unconditional love in these difficult and divided times played by the rise of hate I can't think of a better legacy to reflect upon as we embark upon this year the road ahead will be difficult for our nation but I'm encouraged by and find great hope in the following words once spoke by doctor king quote we can no longer afford to worship the god of hate or bow before the altar of retaliation the oceans of history are made turbulent by the ever rising tides of hate history is cluttered with the wreckage of nations and individuals to pursue this self defeating path of hate love is the ultimate force that makes for the saving choice of life in good against the damage choice of death and evil therefore the first hope in our inventory must be the hope that love is going to have the last word I yield back what purpose does the gentleman from Indiana rise transaction is recognized for one minute thank you madam speaker during the president's upcoming state of the union address he has the opportunity to deliver a strong message of unity peace and hope to all of those who tune in both Americans and all who are watching abroad just in the last few months we've seen that America is the beacon of hope for the people of Hong Kong and Taipei who are suffering under pressure from Beijing we've seen that America is the lifeline for people in Beirut and Tehran who find themselves under the thumb of Iranian of the Iranian regime this is a critical moment in world history who are looking to the United States and our president for leadership more than ever and so I urge my colleagues in the majority party to refrain from the impeachment antics and charades don't be petty rise above your worst impulses and support our president the world is watching thank you I yield back member minded to address the remarks to the chair for what purpose does the gentlelady from Connecticut rice so just the house in essence and provide section generates recognized for one minute then speaker I rise in support of HA rise seventy six a resolution of the disapproval of secretary of education's new bar or defense role this rule guts consumer protections for students and taxpayers and makes it more difficult for students to access relief for loans obtained for degrees that have no value over twelve hundred students in Connecticut have been defrauded by predatory for profit colleges like Corinthian and I. T. T. tax and still await release the department has made the approval process more difficult leaving hundreds of thousands of students desperately waiting for answers to many first generation low income students student veterans and students of color our lord into this fraudulent schools that prioritize profits over helping students advance their education the device rule eliminates automatic school closing dish charges and weakens the early warning system that forces institutions to invest in the potential debt relief and it puts a greater burden of proof and students barring them from a leave if they cannot file their claims fast enough as a career educator who truly understands the equalizing power of education I say it is unconscionable the department of education and the secretary do not feel a moral imperative to protect students I urge my colleagues to reject this resolution congressman John Hannah Hayes US house debate for debate as members can speak for one minute on any subject coming up shortly a resolution appointing an authorizing managers for the Senate impeachment trial of president Donald Trump this is he's been radio right one minute in transaction genom is recognized for one minute madam speaker I rise today in remembrance of the precious lives of Preston coke and mainly hold to victims of a tragic school shooting at Marshall county high school in Benton Kentucky two years ago James comer tragic of it devastated the vin community and took two lives away from us far too soon Preston Bailey continue to be dearly missed by their families and the Marshall county community which has shown incredible resilience in the face of trying circumstances Preston coat and mainly hold remain in our hearts and minds to this day are you about.

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"marshall county high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"marshall county high school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Should have been done in the first place and and it's a good move to get out of it and get that out of the papers in off the news now the G. seven will go to another location with camp David as a possibility the latest traffic and weather together forty two is closed in Warren County at township line road that's because a tanker overturned all about five or six hours ago and caught fire trapping the driver he's okay there is a gas bill and charred wreckage there SO forty two closed in Warren County at township line road otherwise no unusual delays in traffic is like this morning the album is forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com and we will see a little bit more sun this afternoon but it's a perfect day for a Bengals game out of Paul Brown stadium warming to seventy three this afternoon tonight mostly cloudy down fifty seven then tomorrow rounds of showers and thunderstorms are likely during the day highs in the mid seventies from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred WLW fifty nine degrees right now there's not major problems now but Matt Reese is here with more traffic headaches it'll finish off the weekend the paving work on northbound I. seventy one is causing enough inconvenience but there's another nightmare brewing Sunday overnight with the I. seventy five I. seventy for reconstruction project there will be single lane closures on I. seventy five south from Mitchell Avenue to I seventy four that will run from eight o'clock Sunday night until six o'clock in the morning Monday but at times between midnight and four AM they will completely shut down seventy five south between Mitchell and seventy four I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW in Kentucky parents of some of the victims of the Marshall county high school shooting in January of last year once the Attorney General and the bush here to apologize Bashir is running for governor in said during a debate in Lexington last Tuesday that he had met with Marshall county parents after the deadly shooting Brian copes son Preston was one of two fifteen year old who were killed fourteen.