18 Burst results for "Martin Savidge"

"martin savidge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To reach 50 grain. Same quarter finals after defeating 17 seed Christian Garin, too big upsets to go down as 16 seed Felix O. J. Leah Seema Takes down fourth seed Alexander's fairer than five cents while 15 Andre Rieu Glens Falls in five sets to Martin Savidge. Others advancing to the quarters include 10 C. Dennis shape Avila, who beats eight seed Roberto Bautista, good and straight sets, while 70 Matteo Martini advances in straight sets over Ilya of Ashoka. The Daily Mirror reports that Liverpool will pursue PSG start killing a Bob if the France International does not resign with the French Giants. As the 22 year old heads into the final year of his contract. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg World Sports update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business Out and Bloomberg Quick Take This is a Bloomberg business Flash. So U. S markets observed the Independence Day on Monday, the Independence Day holiday, no trading in U. S equities or in sovereign debt. Now we'll get to 10 Year Treasuries trading on the Tokyo session. We were last quoted at 1 42. In the states on Friday, and that was kind of interesting. We had to drop in rates even though the nonfarm payrolls data was stronger than forecast the American economy, adding 850,000 nonfarm jobs in June. We're also focused on this crackdown with regard to DD Global. In the Monday session in Hong Kong, many consumer facing stocks were sold down. And in the Tokyo session, Softbank, a big backer of D D. Dropped more than 5% to a seven month low. We're very much focused on the story around OPEC, plus failing to reach a deal.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Out we have learned of the first fatality a teenage girl Yes, Arena Laura tears across Louisiana, killing a 14 year old girl when a tree falls on her house. CNN's Martin Savidge rides out the storm in Lake Charles, Louisiana. We can literally hear the world coming apart just a few feet away in the darkness. There's extensive damage in Lake Charles. Reporter Ted Oberg watches as part of the roof blows off the Golden Nugget casino. Look at that. That's just Pieces of the roof flying everywhere. Laura loses some punches of moves. Inland Winds are now down to 75 MPH after making landfall at 1 50 overnight live in the storm centre Bill Koto 95.5 wsb. Alright, Thankyou, Bill. Nice here today A little bit of sunshine afternoon highs around 91. Atlanta's moose accurate in dependable forecast is coming up. This is new at 11 O'clock, the University of Georgia, losing a key wide receiver to repeating the injury. Dominic Blaylock was Yoo Ji, A's third leading receiver last year as a freshman until he tore his A C L in the SEC title game. Now the sixth one speedster is going to be out again. Blaylock injured the same day and practice again yesterday and well miss the rest of the season. Kirby Smart said at the start of preseason camp that Blaylock was only doing straight line running right now. He was a candidate to become the number two guy behind George pickings for the opener, September 26th at Arkansas here all the home of the dog's J. Black 95.5 w The top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. And he's great police this morning asking for the public's help in identifying the victim of a deadly hit and run on Georgia.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on KGO 810

"Percent Abraham but dell is the general manager of the Dallas saloon in says he thinks the governor's decision could be good for business in the long run I honestly feel like you need to slow down or it's just going to keep growing and growing the governor also ordered rafting and tubing businesses to close back down Clayton Nevil Dallas Mississippi legislators are considering the future of the last state flag in the U. S. that includes the Confederate battle emblem leaders say a vote at the state capitol could happen as soon as Saturday tables turned in Chattanooga Tennessee after video was reviewed capturing Hamilton County sheriff's deputies encounter with a black man Reginald Errington that led to a struggle and arrest for illegally walking on the roadway more from correspondent Martin Savidge for over five minutes the officers beat and hold Errington on the ground Errington is charged with resisting arrest and assault on police officers one of the deputies accusing him from reaching for his gun but after reviewing the video which he makes public the Hamilton County district Attorney General Neal Pinkston drops all charges against Errington and request the Tennessee bureau of investigation investigate the deputies for possible excessive use of force golly what he saw in the video troubling a federal judge convicted a Chinese national of economic espionage stealing trade secrets and engaging in conspiracy for the benefit of this country's government forty one year old house Zhang was found guilty of three counts Friday after four day trial in order to sack the home depot is cooking up new ways to start summer here and bring summer.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Tested positive while training and the the team's facility in Clearwater Florida three staff members also tested positive for the virus total eight people none of them are currently hospitalized none have been publicly named the Phillies facilities in Clearwater have thus been closed indefinitely as a result the first confirmed case occurred this past Tuesday June the sixteenth Philly said in a statement to N. B. C. so anybody think there's going to be a Major League Baseball season I know it's it's it's it's it's tough grab audio sound bite number twenty two this CNN center reporter Martin said this guy I think is going to C. N. as long as I've been here I admit maybe even longer I don't know not that that matters to you then you just observation but that's what they're doing on CNN that they sent they sent a reporter out to toss the final line of people waiting to get into the trump rally tonight to find out how stupid trump supporters are you think they ever did this at a black lives matter protest during any of the loading during any of the rioting did they ever send reporters out to get into the crowd to tell us how stupid they work for doing that no that do just the opposite we were told the virus does not go to protest the price that the virus does not go to loading the virus doesn't show up add bombed out burned out buildings no we work that's what we were told here's Martin Savidge's report every single day.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Titian's celebrities civil rights activists and family members of George Floyd gathered at north central university in Minneapolis to pay tribute to the man whose death has sparked worldwide protests and calls to end racial injustice among those who spoke his brother Rodney Floyd could have please say his name thank you for your house speaker Nancy Pelosi is demanding information from president trump about the increasing militarization in the nation's capital amid ongoing protests speaker Pelosi wants answers I'm trying to request a full list of the agencies involved and clarifications of the roles and responsibilities of the troops and federal law enforcement resources operating in the city holding up a letter to the president Pelosi cites law enforcement without badges insignias are name tags and says they may increase chaos with no accountability correspondent Linda Kenyon I'm Evan handing another death being protested is that of Ahmed armory evidence revealed in court today alleges the young black man was repeatedly boxed in by to pick up trucks as he desperately tried to escape in Brunswick Georgia correspondent Martin Savidge reports people in court were stunned the testimony that showed a racial epithet was used after armory was shot and killed just triggered gas from those who were listening I talked to people who were in the courtroom they said there was absolute silence but you could read the emotion on Ahmad our berries parents who were there when they heard that account well the defendants were not charged until more than two months after the shooting police say the accused a man and his son thought armory who was jogging look like a burglary suspect armed themselves with shot guns and chased him markets closed mixed the Dow.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Eight twenty where facts matter coronavirus stimulus package one week ago and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said it will not come to the Senate floor one of certain unsure if proposal ironic since house speaker Nancy Pelosi as leader McConnell refuses to take up the house bill and as the Senate heads out of town for the Memorial Day recess well the house plans a number of floor votes we have the heroes Phil others say he has zero spell the velocity says when it comes to working with the Republican majority in the Senate she still has hope you may not know it yet but they will come to the table Linda Kenyon Washington president trump did not wear a facemask during part of his tour and a Ford factory in southeast Michigan being used to produce ventilators company officials have required one but trump told reporters he didn't want them to see him wearing one I'm only a Francis in Georgia the man who filmed cell phone video of the fatal shooting of Amman Andreas not been charged with murder correspondent Martin Savidge reports fifty year old William Ronnie Bryant is now under arrest or something that they have been calling for from the very beginning it's also been something that the supporters of the armory family have been asking for all the protests that have been held have spoken to this very fact that they believe the crime was not just an innocent witness here that he somehow was involved remember he was named in June police reports for yourself an ounce its intention to withdraw from the thirty five nation open skies treaty which allows on armed surveillance flights over member countries trump administration's latest move to pull the United States from a major global treaty administrations that Russia had repeatedly violated the pact's terms senior officials.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on WJR 760

"Stimulus package when the Kenyan reports the house passed a three trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus package one week ago and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said it will not come to the Senate floor one absurd unsure if proposal ironic since house speaker Nancy Pelosi as leader McConnell refuses to take up the house bill and as the Senate heads out of town for the Memorial Day recess well the house plans a number of floor votes we have the heroes Phil others say he has zero spell the velocity says when it comes to working with the Republican majority in the Senate she still has hope you may not know it yet but they will come to the table Linda Kenyon Washington president trump did not wear a facemask during part of his tour and a Ford factory in southeast Michigan being used to produce ventilators company officials have required one but trump told reporters he didn't want them to see him wearing one I'm only a Francis in Georgia the man who filmed cell phone video of the fatal shooting of Amman operators have been charged with murder correspondent Martin Savidge reports fifty year old William Ronnie Bryant is now under arrest or something that they have been calling for from the very beginning it's also been something that the supporters of the armory family have been asking for all the protests that have been held have spoken to this very fact that they believe the crime was not just an innocent witness here that he somehow was involved remember he was named in two police reports for yourself announced its intention to withdraw from the thirty five nation open skies treaty which allows on armed surveillance flights over member countries trump administration's latest move to pull the United States from a major global treaty administrations of Russia had repeatedly violated the pact's terms senior officials.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Senate leaders traded barbs over what each chamber is or is not doing on a covert nineteen stimulus package Linda Kenyon reports the house passed a three trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus package one week ago and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said it will not come to the Senate floor one absurd unsure if proposal ironic since house speaker Nancy Pelosi as leader McConnell refuses to take up the house bill and as the Senate heads out of town for the Memorial Day recess well the house plans a number of floor votes we have the heroes Phil others say he has zero spell the velocity says when it comes to working with the Republican majority in the Senate she still has hope you may not know it yet but they will come to the table Linda Kenyon Washington president trump did not wear a facemask during part of his tour and a Ford factory in southeast Michigan being used to produce ventilators company officials have required one but trump told reporters he didn't want them to see him wearing one I'm only a Francis in Georgia the man who filmed cellphone video of the fatal shooting of Amman Andreas not been charged with murder correspondent Martin Savidge reports fifty year old William Ronnie Bryant is now under arrest or something that they have been calling for from the very beginning it's also been something that the supporters of the armory family have been asking for all the protests that have been held have spoken to this very fact that they believe the crime was not just an innocent witness here that he somehow was involved remember he was named in two police reports the US has announced its intention to withdraw from the thirty five nation open skies treaty which allows on armed surveillance flights over member countries trump administration's latest move to pull the United States from a major global treaty administrations of Russia had repeatedly violated the pact's terms senior officials of the pullout will formally take.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm Allen Francis Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell calls the house of representatives three trillion dollar coronavirus plan on serious and dead on arrival and that's not all when the Kenyan report you also slams members for approving proxy voting on a temporary basis due to the coronavirus one absurd unsure if proposal and now they're playing games with the constitution to it so they can continue their never ending spring break ironic since house speaker Nancy Pelosi as leader McConnell refuses to take up the house bill and as the Senate prepares to head out of town for Memorial Day recess we have the heroes bill others say he has zero spell a reference to the heroes act the name of the house's coronavirus bill and the absence of a Senate bill in its place Linda Kenyon Washington U. S. as secure and almost a third of the first one billion doses plan for AstraZeneca's experimental twelve at nineteen vaccine by pledging up to one point two billion dollars I'm only at Francis in Georgia the man who filmed cellphone video of the fatal shooting of a Montgomery has not been charged with murder responded Martin Savidge reports many people believe fifty year old William Ronnie Bryant was more than just a guy driving in the area at the time of the killing there have been a lot of consternation by many here who believe that right in addition to taking that video but also apparently participated in trying to detain him I agree on that terrible day and nobody's had moved on that his attorney has always maintained that no our pre was just a bystander who happened to be a witnessing captured on his phone and as we all know it was a video that changed everything in this case just government says the number of Americans thrown out of work during the pandemic it's going to nearly thirty nine million more than two point four million applied for unemployment benefits last week things the running total to thirty eight point six million I'm only at Francis for ninety five years free it's hit the road to deliver the goods businesses and communities moving this uncertain time we won't stop going that extra mile because at the end of the day all this.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Trillion dollar coronavirus plan on serious and dead on arrival that's not all when the Kenyan reporting also slams members for approving proxy voting on a temporary basis due to the corona virus one absurd unsure if proposal and now they're playing games with the constitution the so they can continue their never ending spring break ironic since house speaker Nancy Pelosi as leader McConnell refuses to take up the house bill and as the Senate prepares to head out of town for Memorial Day recess we have the heroes Phil others say he has zero still a reference to the heroes act the name of the house's coronavirus bill and the absence of a Senate bill in its place Linda Kenyon washing the USS securing almost a third of the first one billion doses plan for AstraZeneca's experimental twelve at nineteen vaccine by pledging up to one point two billion dollars I'm only at Francis in Georgia the man who filmed cellphone video of the fatal shooting of a Montgomery has not been charged with murder correspondent Martin Savidge reports many people believe fifty year old William Ronnie Bryant was more than just the guy driving in the area at the time of the killing there have been a lot of consternation by many here who believe that Brian in addition to taking that video but also apparently participated in trying to detain him I agree on that terrible day I know with worries have moved on that his attorney has always maintained that no our pre was just a bystander who happened to be a witnessing captured on his phone and as we all know it was a video that changed everything in this case the US government says the number of Americans thrown out of work during the pandemic it's going to nearly thirty nine million more than two point four million applied for unemployment benefits last week.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I think we're going to be helping people out we're going to be getting some money for them during the artificial artificial closure Costantini Washington more than two point four million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week bringing the total to nearly thirty nine million due to the pandemic during the virtual federal reserve conference chairman Jerome Powell said efforts to forecast the US economy's path to recovery there's a whole new level of uncertainty I barbecue sack the Georgia man who recorded the fatal shooting of Amon Arbor in February has now been charged with murder is correspondent Martin Savidge reports William Roddy Bryan the man who took that video and he's the man who's now been taken into custody today exactly two weeks from the time that you had great great and Travis make Michael that were taken into arrest the nation as a new spy chief the eighties or forty nine the nays are forty four and the nomination is confirmed he's John Radcliffe and he will be the new director of national intelligence president trump last year said he would nominate rack lifted the post but the Texas conservative Republican congressman initially withdrew his name from consideration amid reports that he inflated his resume and had no national intelligence experience Linda Kenyon Washington the FBI says a shooting at a Texas Naval Air Station that wounded a sailor I left the gunman dead is being investigated as terrorism related and public says it's time to check the roads from traffic.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And shot him because they claim they suspected he was a burglar well those protests they are demanding the resignation of the first two district attorneys there are many who suspect that the case was stagnant for two months and that it was improperly handled they are demanding that they step down supporters of Ahmad armory and his family clearly want to keep the pressure up on law enforcement as they move forward correspondent Martin Savidge the first tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season has formed off the coast in the southeast U. S. the national hurricane center has issued a tropical storm watch forty mile per hour plus winds could hit eastern North Carolina by Monday so the warnings are out I may have been handed as concerns about the coronavirus versus state ground game inside the outbreak has you covered our steps being taken there to reopen societally Ralph Russo in the eighties global team of journalists as they keep you up to date with the latest news on cove in nineteen the whole role level the times red and green zones based on how much the virus has spread in your region listen and subscribe to ground game free on apple podcasts or whoever you enjoy audio this is the story of a very special woman just a few knew about her superpowers in a matter of seconds she turned herself into a great mathematician she masqueraded as a regular person at work but as a super hero at home everyone knows her as Gabriella I still call her mom your zero needs you now A. A. R. P. is here to help find the care guide you need to help complete with tips and resources at A. A. R. P. dot org slash care giving brought you by A. R. P. and the ad council newstalk.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dot com listing special report corona virus pandemic president trump is expected to declare a corona virus national emergency in the CDC is appointing isar to do something about the frustrating backlog on tests that have disappointed governors like new York's Andrew Cuomo the bottleneck is the CDC and the FDA the federal government has been controlling the tests and the volume is too high for this federal bottle neck New York today opened its own drive through testing center in new Rochelle at least seven states have closed schools as we hear from correspondent Martin Savidge across the country thousands of schools and millions of students are expected to be affected by the closures and those numbers are expected to rise in Seattle one district explaining the dealing with the hardship of shutting down is still better than what could happen if they stay open the masters in the Boston Marathon announcing postponements hi Mike moss Canadian prime minister Trudeau was reacting to his wife's positive test for the corona virus I will remain in self isolation for fourteen days I want to be clear I have no symptoms to rotavirus victims are expressing frustration and anger at their struggle to be properly tested dawn Clements is in a Florida hospital and hasn't been able to be tested I didn't meet criteria because I did not travel outside of the United States to one of the country's in the meantime amino.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is hi the opportunity is in front of us we now have an amendment to the Taliban hi this is a story of American and NATO troops could be out of Afghanistan and fourteen months the list of countries touched by the corona virus has now claimed almost sixty in the number of deaths now exceed eighty five thousand South Korea today reported eight hundred new cases schools around the United States are preparing for the arrival of the current corona virus says correspondent Martin Savidge Miami they're putting together two hundred thousand laptops and tablets that they could get the students so they could continue learning online in other districts were they don't have that kind of money or technology they're going old school putting together study packets that students could take home with them voting is well underway in south Carolina's first in the south primary correspondent Athena Jones is in north Charleston South Carolina voters have begun to trickle in four precincts will be voting here that's a little over seven thousand registered voters and turnout is one of the things we're going to be watching not just how many people turn out but who turns out how much of the electorate this time around is he on how much is old how much is white or black liberals moderates those at the make up of the election of course is going to to help determine who wins and it's going to matter a lot Joe Cologne has died he was better known as trader Joe opened his first market in Pasadena California in nineteen sixty seven Joe died yesterday he was eighty nine I'm Christopher crew an attorney spokesperson attention if you've had hernia surgery.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wall itself there's been a run on water and gas in Florida were corresponding Brian Todd says the governor announced the state's helping to get fuel to where it's needed what they're doing is they're waving tanker on tanker truck fees service fees for the tanker trucks to calm their escorting tanker trucks with state highway patrols to try to get them to these places faster but still there's a big run on gas in vero beach Martin Savidge says ply wood to board up structures has also been in high demand there are actually emergency shipments that all of the stores are trying to supply here because they know that this storm is still several days away and they still have to secure their home whether they're gonna stay inside of it or whether they planned to leave it Robert F. Kennedy's assassin Sirhan Sirhan is hospitalized in stable condition after being stabbed by a fellow inmate motorized electric bicycles may soon be allowed on trails in national parks is corresponded with the Kenyan tells us interior secretary David Byrne her signed an order classifying E. bikes as non motorized bikes that means they'll be allowed on every federal trail were irregular by can go the decision to allow them on federal trails is getting some push back from hiking horseback riding and other outdoor and conservation groups they said the administration is fundamentally changing the nature of national parks with little or no public notice or study in a court filing attorneys asked a judge to reject trump administration plans to detain migrant families longer than they're currently allowed they argue that prolonged detention causes lifelong trauma and the children in government custody are sometimes held in deplorable conditions and.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dot CA dot gov Gil right police say they have identified an additional person who suffered a gunshot wound during the deadly garlic festival shooting last month authorities say a fifty eight year old man sustained a graze wound to his head that required stitches the man's injuries bring the total number of people shot during the shooting to seventeen officials say they believe all of the gunshot wound victims have now been identified a college student in North Carolina was arrested after being found with guns and ammunition in his dorm room prosecutors say he had studied at mass shootings and was making plans to kill his roommate and himself if he did not get into a fraternity correspondent Martin Savidge has more on the now former high point university student he told authorities the reason he went to North Carolina to school with the fact that he believed it would be easier for him to purchase the weapons that he planned to use and he told authorities he planned to carry out some kind of mass attack meanwhile a student at a Las Vegas area community college is facing a felony weapon charge after police found a rifle in about two thousand bullets his car parked on campus the college of southern Nevada says the man told police he forgot he had the weapon in his vehicle as more state to legalize marijuana use federal health officials are sounding a warning about the drug's risks correspondent Sager Madani reports Surgeon General Jerome Adams says marijuana has become much stronger over the years this ain't your mother's marijuana use orgy adolescents and pregnant women to stay away from pot because science shows that hurts developing brains and the human fetus a twenty seventeen study showed about seven percent of pregnant women reported using marijuana within the past month officials worry a trend toward legalizing it will drop four teenagers into trying it Sager mag on the Washington in the NCAA is closely watching legislation in Sacramento they could dramatically change college sports in the nation's most populous state the proposal would allow athletes to earn money through endorsements and sponsorships of their names likenesses.

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"martin savidge" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"martin savidge" Discussed on WJR 760

"The state's assessment which measures reading writing listening and language a college student in North Carolina was arrested with guns and ammunition in his dorm room and authorities say he was making plans to commit a mass shooting on the campus of high point university the student identified as nineteen year old Paul Stever here's correspondent Martin Savidge he told the the prosecutor said in court and his hearing that he was not going to be an outcast any longer and also that he was apparently rushing to become part of a fraternity and told authorities that if his roommate made it and he did not well then he was going to kill his roommate kill in self and perhaps carry out this mass attack to Michigan state students are charged with making a false threat against the university president twenty year old Jennifer Spicer eighteen year old rami issue gar kicked out of an issue exactly what the threat was has not been disclosed by campus police the UAW says there was no need for the raids on the homes of the union president and former president in the FBI and IRS investigation into corruption the Detroit news reports that agents seized wads of cash and files that pertain to the ongoing investigation which has been going on for four years there's no sign yet that the contract talks in the auto industry would be altered by the new stage of the investigation in Oakland county judge will hold a future hearing on Republican efforts to unseat the county executive David Coulter Republicans have sued charging that the process that shows colder was illegal and runs against the county government charter you may remember the sex scandal involving two state lawmakers several years ago coarser and gamrat well former state Rep Todd coarser from lapierre county has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor for trying to cover up his affair with the former state Rep Cindy gamrat triple a says traffic.

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Motion filed to dismiss charges against pregnant woman, a shooting victim indicted for death of her unborn child

Ray Appleton

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Motion filed to dismiss charges against pregnant woman, a shooting victim indicted for death of her unborn child

"Defense attorneys will see to get manslaughter charges dismissed against an Alabama woman indicted for intentionally causing the death of her fetus by starting a fight while five months pregnant the DA in this case which is the first African American female the a in the state so she doesn't have to abide by the grand jury that you could decide to prosecute a manslaughter or maybe to prosecute on a lesser charge or maybe drop the charges altogether that decision is expected very soon that's Martin Savidge reporting for Bessemer

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