11 Burst results for "Mary Martinez"

"mary martinez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ahead of the December 9th strike deadline. President Biden on Monday called on Congress to force a deal through, saying a strike would have disastrous consequences. Parts of the southeast are feeling the effects of severe storms and tornadoes that hit the region Tuesday and early Wednesday. At least two people, a woman and child were killed in Alabama after a tree fell on their mobile home. More than two dozen tornado reports have been made since Tuesday afternoon. Smaller interest rate hikes may be on the way. So despite some promising developments, we have a long way to go in restoring price stability. That's according to Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, who spoke to the brookings institution. The fed has been steadily raising interest rates this year in a bid to fight soaring inflation. The Los Angeles Police department is looking into the source of the leaked audio recording of three LA city council members at Matson has more. The LA times reports warrants were served for a number of social media accounts, including Reddit, which is where the audio was posted. It's still unclear who recorded and posted the file an authorities are also looking into whether it was made legally. State law prohibits unauthorized recordings of a conversation. It was made last year and contained racist remarks in a discussion between council members Mary Martinez, Gil sadil, and Kevin de Leon. Martinez has since resigned, but sidi and de Leon have refused to step down. President Biden is set to greet the prince and Princess of Wales this week on Wednesday The White House announced they'll cross paths during a fundraiser in Boston on Friday. The royal couple is visiting to promote their climate change initiative known as the earthshot prize. I'm Brian shook. New York City mayor Eric Adams is facing backlash for his plan to get more people with mental illness off the streets and out of the subway system. Scott Pringle reports mayor Adams is now directing first responders to send mentally ill people that they encounter to hospitals, whether they want to go or not. Jacqueline Simone is with the coalition for the homeless. Mayor Adams is really feeding into a harmful narrative that people who are dealing with mental health challenges and people who are without housing are dangerous. Head of the New York civil liberties union, Donna Lieberman accuses Adams of what she calls playing fast and loose with the legal rights of New Yorkers. Scott Pringle reporting several of deshaun Watson's accusers are reportedly going to be in attendance Sunday when he makes his return against his former team. The Cleveland Browns quarterback was reinstated Monday after serving an 11 game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy due to multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. Watson reached settlements with 23 of his 25 accusers. A marine veteran is making the best out of her prosthetic leg Trey Thomas explains Annika hutzler was seen on the jumbotron at the Los Angeles Lakers game Monday, pouring a beer into her prosthetic leg, and then chugging the drink as the crowd cheered. Hutzler had her leg amputated in 2019 after a tumor couldn't be removed from her foot. I'm Dre Thomas, a depressed cat from a south Jersey animal shelter has finally found a forever family fish to first spend months at homeward bound pet adoption center in blackwood after being abandoned at 5 years old and was so sad he'd only eat or look up when he had company. The nonprofit shelter couldn't find a home for fish stiffer until tweeting his petfinder profile and telling the tabby's tale. It went viral on Thanksgiving and suddenly hundreds of animal lovers offered to adopt fish defer. I'm Brian chuck. And I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories on the markets, fed chair Jay Powell's cemented expectations for the fed stepping down from its aggressive pace of tightening next month and Powell presented a case for achieving low inflation without tipping the American economy deep into recession. His remarks did ignite a powerful rally in U.S. equities. We had the NASDAQ composite jumping 4.4%, the S&P gained 3% the Dow was higher by 2% and the industrial average is now 20% above its October low, so the Dow is no longer in a bear market. Hewlett Packard Enterprise has expressed taking an interest in the cloud computing company Nutanix. We are told talks between these two companies have been on and off and it's unclear whether they'll be able to reach an agreement over price, new tannic by the way has a market cap of 6 and a half $1 billion. Salesforce co CEO Brett Taylor is stepping down effective January 31st after just a year in the top spot at that time cofounder Mark benioff will remain as the sole CEO and he will continue as board chairman. Elon Musk met with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the iPhone maker's headquarters in Cupertino after a few hours of the meeting, Musk said the two had a good conversation and resolved the misunderstanding about Twitter potentially being removed from the App Store. Musk said that cook was clear that Apple never considered doing so. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg. We're seeing lower treasury yields a weaker dollar and higher equities right now in the apac in Hong Kong the hang seng is up 1.4%, Shanghai composite better by 1%, the nikkei is up by more than 1.1% in Seoul the Cosby rising three tenths of 1% and in Sydney the ASX 200 ahead 8 tenths of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. This is Bloomberg.

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"mary martinez" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"What is up everybody? I'm bladen Kirk to an as always by my two favorite co hosts of all time and Matthews fine hour in Theo ash and together we are stay hot. The NFL is crazier than ever this season. And we're going to break it all down for you. The only way we know how. With detailed analysis, while takes, amazing guests, and ridiculous banter. Stay hot is available wherever you listen to your podcast and on YouTube every single week. Subscribe today. LA times subscribers are everywhere. You know that friend who does their research weeks before the election or that coworker who has a seemingly Supernatural ability to predict awards show winners. Even your neighbor, whose outfits are, let's face it, aspirational. Yeah, it's easy to spot a subscriber. Once you dive down the rabbit hole of subscriber exclusive content, you'll see why. Get your first 6 months for just $1 at LA times dot com slash subscribe. That's LA times dot com slash subscribe. Ben, Los Angeles. It's a city with a long history of racial tensions. This year we marked the 30th anniversary of the LA riots. But what we heard from Martinez a deal de Leon, the whole conversation also with her era, how much of it is a reflection of where LA stands right now on race. I feel like you're in a better position to reflect on that than I am, man. Take that question for yourself. I should answer it. Sure. What strikes me the most is that there's groups individuals who have been fighting for so long to do black and brown unity and to try to get us past those like petty fights of the past and get us to a better place and you see this. Those people are so dispirited and frankly so pissed off, but what also strikes me though is just how unified the derision is, against those folks, all of that, I mean, there's so many problems to deal with, but there is that hope that's like, wow, this is actually a moment where LA instead of where people are trying to stoke those flames, maybe this is a way to say like, we're not with that anymore. I mean, I definitely see it with younger Latinos, you know, like universes who beat quesadilla who has been calling out anti blackness in the Latino community and that next generation. So it's like, I'm glad people are as angry as they are. I would add one thing that I picked up in this, I'm a relative newcomer to this city. I've lived here for like 7 years. You're a Yankees fan. I'm a Yankees fan. You remind me every time I come on this podcast. But during this recorded conversation, Kevin de Leon keeps saying about Mike bonnan, as they're saying these racist things about his kid, he's from Massachusetts. He's from Massachusetts. You know, Mike Bonnett has lived here for decades. When he worked for tons of political leaders in California, there's also a measure of gatekeeping, I think, about California and what is LA and who represents it. And much of that, I think, stems from a well founded feeling of being excluded for so long. But this is a city that is evolving and changing and new people showing up all the time. And I think that so much of this conversation that we hear is the most blunt discussion of how to preserve what people have gained. And that is something that I can't get past or like I just keep coming back to. And this conversation at leaked just weeks before important election, not just nationally, but especially in Los Angeles. So what are going to be any potential consequences for that? Oh, it's such a good question. I could see a cutting any number of different ways. Let's just lay it out. Karen Bass has been endorsed by Mary Martinez. The entire labor movement basically of the city with the exception of the police and fire unions. But Rick Russo has been supported by Gil se dio. And very quickly on Sunday. We heard from brick saying, this sums up what I've been saying about this city and how messed up and broken and screwed up the culture is of it. It's rotten to the core and I a billionaire mall owner of all things. I'm here to fix it. I think it could really end up fueling that anti incumbent sense. That we all hear on the streets, people mad about homelessness. At the same time, though, there's a world where a unifying voice, a person like Karen Bass, who is known as a creator of coalitions, could maybe be that sort of person who can take the temperature down and what people want right now. It should be stated that both Caruso and bass on Monday called for all of these people to step down. But we're less than a month from election day. So, you know, I'll be interested to see, does Rick Russo cut an ad that includes audio of nurri Martinez along with a photo of her and Karen Bass. I'll be interested to see how Karen interacts with the Latino community. So I'm not sure yet where this goes. This was a Scud missile landing at city hall and sending shrapnel in 88 different directions. Finally, Ben, whether or not these three council members stepped down over the leaked audio, the council, their colleagues, are going to have to do a lot of work turn back the trust and respect of basically everyone in Los Angeles, how lasting is the damage from this incident. God, I mean, very, very long-lasting. I mean, we're going to have a new mayor. We're going to have a new city council president. And we're going to have several new members of the city council. If these people step down, it could really change the sort of coalitions that exist left and right on the council. If we have a special election that needs to occur in these places, if these people do step down it's like, we don't even know who's going to be on the city council by the end of the week. I mean, there's real real anger and I don't know that her

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"mary martinez" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"To times. Hey man, how you doing? I'm good, man. I'm good. Thanks for asking. I hope you're good too, man. A lot of work right now, you know? So we heard some of what was discussed on this tape, but what are some of the other low lights and the context behind all of this? The best way I can think about it, it's that sense that you know there's a smoke filled room where they're making these choices and you know that it's this incredibly crass way that they often think about things, but this is that moment where we get to see and hear and it almost feel like smell what is happening inside of that room. If you want to cut a deal and if you want, if you want to make laws moves, I would go after the airport. Go get the airport from his little brother, a little bit funny. All of this is being had in the context of just the politics of that moment, that was last year. In October, almost exactly a year ago, councilman markedly Thomas had just been indicted, they're in the midst of this huge fight over redistricting, and they're all meeting together inside the LA county federation of labor. And what we hear is a discussion of redistricting and a whole lot else. I get what we have to do, right? Just massage to create districts that benefit you all. And the future. But we got to figure out mark's seat too. If the African Americans look at this, now that he may or may not be suspended, I don't know what's going to happen. And obviously, there are just all of these terribly racist and politically incendiary things said by Mary Martinez, former council president. And now former council president, council members, Kevin de Leon, and quesadilla along with the head of the LA county federation of labor, Ron Herrera. But there's also this conversation about politics in the city. And so you have these observations being made and then on top of them you have these incredibly racist remarks about Mike Bonham's son who is black. I go, I go, why is that? What's wrong? And I said, why don't you just grab that guy? Can I draw the same thing? Basically, we hear a nurri Martinez use a Spanish term calling him a little monkey. The kid is bouncing off the F and walls on the floor. Practically tipping it over. There's nothing you can do to control him by looking at each other because we're the three women on the floor like this because they tip us over. Hanging on the rails. We can't let them let them off. Spectators will be to that. Which I was like, this kid is a beat down. Like, let me take him around the corner and then I'll bring him back. Yeah. So anyways, getting back to me this week. And then also hearing them sort of talk about this kid as if he were a political prop and one member Kevin de Leon sort of comparing him to one of nuri's handbags. It's an accessory. When we do this, I want Karen. And then when we're going back or the Louis Vuitton bank. That whole conversation kind of makes your eyes pop out of your head considering this is a person who they have VM in political disagreements with to be clear and don't even like him personally, I can tell you, but his son, it's crazy. Yeah, he was just a toddler at the time. And so you mentioned that the conversation happened a year ago and we're obviously just learning about it when the times broke the story over this past weekend, but what do we know about how it was recorded and who leaked it? Well, we don't know a whole lot, frankly. We know it was posted on Reddit and then taken down before it was posted, someone sent it to us, the audio files, we don't know the Reddit user's name. The LA county federation of labor sent us a letter, early Sunday morning, saying this conversation was recorded quote in violation of California's privacy and recording laws on LA county federation of labor property unquote. And if we published it, quote, it is condoning this legal contact. Obviously we thought that was ridiculous argument and went with it. But what we do know is that it's clear that the person who had initially posted it has some gripes with the labor movement in the city, they posted in their original message quote, the labor movement is in bed with city hall. You know what happens, but when you actually hear it, it's unbelievable. I think we all sort of had a similar feeling. But yeah, so that is where much of our reporting now is taking us. We're digging into this. But we know that it occurred about exactly a year ago. During Martinez ex-president of LA city council, her comments are what's drawing the most attention, but who is she? What's her story? She's a fascinating character. She is a child of the San Fernando valley and not just the San Fernando valley, but the northeast San Fernando valley, which it's one of the poorest parts of the city. And it's an area that has transformed over the last 30, 40 years. I actually had lunch with nurri, a week ago, Saturday. Before this tape came out, in her neck of the Woods at a Mexican restaurant, we had micheladas together. And we were there because nuri had been a big endorser of the mayoral candidate Karen Bass. And I was out there to talk to her about why so many people in her district were supporting Rick Caruso. But in the course of that conversation, I also got a real insight into her. I learned about her family. She's the child of immigrants, both of whom came to America in the 70s. Her father was deported the year she was born and snuck back in, came back into America. Is a member of a very powerful sort of political machine that includes senator Alex Padilla, Luz rivas, Tony cardi Ness. Many of them went to high school together in San Fernando high, but they are all very connected to the unions. She worked in activism, particularly an environmental activism. She was later a member of the school board, and then in, I think it was 2013 as elected to the city council becoming city council president in 2020. Her whole worldview is shaped by where she is from. And who she is. So much about her personality is about the sense that her communities working class communities are forgotten. And that white people don't pay attention to them. And they are not part of the conversation nor the policy considerations of the city. And we saw that most in how she talked about homelessness as something that was afflicting communities of color. I just think that that is such a good insight into her worldview. And what about the other people who were in the recording council members Gil se dio and also Kevin de Leon and LA county labor fed. President Ron Herrera, what should we know about them and what were they saying? Most of the time. Kevin de Leon, former mayoral candidate lost in the primary former state Senate pro tem and ran against dianne Feinstein in the Senate race had been a very left of center, Democrat, ran for mayor and lost, but very powerful figure in the city and state, many thought he would run for a difference that stay what office in the future. Gil se dio, a former labor leader, had represented much of westlake area and highland park along with Chinatown. He actually lost his primary in June. And that is sort of interesting because it's discussed and they really underestimate his opponent and we sort of hear them talking and they go, who is that person speaking of unisys Hernandez, who kind of spanked him in that primary, also interesting about studio as he had recently endorsed Rick Caruso, sort of was one of the few elected leaders and one of the few Latinos to back Caruso's candidacy. And then finally, there's Ron Herrera who ran the LA county federation of labor until he stepped down over all of this

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"mary martinez" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Poverty increased by 74% to make us the poorest country in Latin America This figure by itself explains the migrant caravan of thousands of people of all ages who flee to the north Mexico and the United States Looking for a place in a way to subsist regardless of the risk it implies for their lives Castro's presidency marks the end of a brutal 12 year regime by the U.S. back right wing national party which first came to power after the 2009 U.S. backed coup that overthrew Castro's husband President Manuel lya This comes as many are demanding outgoing Honduran president Warner lender Hernandez be indicted an extradited to the United States to face charges of aiding drug traffickers like his brother In Japan 6 people who develop thyroid cancer in the aftermath of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown filed a landmark lawsuit against the Tokyo electric power company The plaintiffs were age 6 to 16 at the time of the devastating earthquake and tsunami which triggered one of the world's worst nuclear disasters a court acquitted former executives from the utility company in 2019 Meanwhile a plan to release wastewater from the Fukushima plant starting next year has sparked international condemnation At least 70 people in Southern Africa were killed as tropical storm Anna struck Madagascar this week before slamming into mozambican Malawi torrential rains triggered landslides and caused flooding that washed away bridges submerged farmers fields and damaged tens of thousands of homes hardest hit was Madagascar where the UN says 1 million people are already facing severe hunger from food shortages brought on by acute drought last year the World Food Program warned Madagascar faced the first ever famine caused by climate change Meanwhile one of the largest icebergs ever observed has broken up in the southern Atlantic Ocean When it drifted away from Antarctica in 2017 iceberg a 68 a was roughly the size of Delaware weighing in at an estimated 1 trillion tons Scientists warn melting ice from the Berg has dumped billions of tons of freshwater into salty seas near South Georgia island with unknown consequences for marine life and the environment A federal judge in Washington D.C. has canceled oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico ruling the Biden administration's auction of 80 million acres last year failed to sufficiently account for the climate crisis It's a major victory for environmentalists who have been fighting What would have been the largest sale of offshore oil and gas leases in U.S. history The Los Angeles city councils voted to prohibit new oil and gas wells and phase out existing wells within city limits The measure also creates a program to help oil and gas workers transition to jobs in other industries Los Angeles council president Mary Martinez spoke ahead of Wednesday's unanimous vote Referred to long neighborhood drilling has disproportionately affected the health of our low income communities of color From three ways to power plants are falling communities bear the brunt of pollution and climate impacts A 2021 study by University of Southern California researchers found residents of majority black and LatinX communities in south Los Angeles who live near oil and gas sites have lower lung function which may contribute to environmental health disparities President Biden heads to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania today to promote his recently past $1 trillion infrastructure Bill hours before Biden's visit a bridge connecting Pittsburgh's region square and squirrel hill neighborhoods collapsed No injuries were reported at the time of this broadcast but residents reported a strong smell of natural gas in the area The U.S. coast guard has suspended its search for dozens of migrants who are feared dead after their boat capsized off the coast of Florida on Saturday 5 bodies have been found while 34 people are still missing when survivor was rescued earlier this week as he clung to the hull of the sinking boat which had departed from The Bahamas Oklahoma prison officials have carried out the first execution in the United States this year 46 year old Donald grant was strapped to a gurney at the Oklahoma state penitentiary in mcallister Thursday morning and injected with a lethal cocktail of three drugs He was declared dead at ten 16 a.m. grant had asked federal courts to hold his killings saying Oklahoma's lethal injection protocol presented an unconstitutional risk of pain and suffering It was Oklahoma's third execution since the death penalty was reinstated after a 6 year pause that followed a string of botched executions Last October 60 year old John Marion grant convulsed and repeatedly vomited after he was administered a sedative and an execution that witnesses described as drawn out and tortuous Here in New York workers at an Amazon warehouse in Staten Island will vote on whether to unionize their workplace the effort is being led by Chris smalls who Amazon fired in March of 2020 after he organized a wildcat strike to Manning sanitized workspaces protective masks and COVID-19 tests for workers The Staten Island Amazon workers will vote on whether to join a grassroots worker group called the Amazon labor union which is unaffiliated with any national union Elsewhere in New York City hundreds of street vendors led a march to Times Square Thursday demanding labor protections and for the city to stop issuing heavy fines to vendors who haven't been able to get selling permits Bronx council member fiorina Sanchez is backing new legislation that would end the criminalization of street vendors and increase the number of ending permits.

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"mary martinez" Discussed on The Trials of Frank Carson

The Trials of Frank Carson

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on The Trials of Frank Carson

"Talks base dot com this episode. Like many others in this podcast has a lot of characters a lot of complex layers and i wonder if you could before we get into some of the specifics of the episode. Give us the sort of the elevator speech version of where we are. thus far. We know the corey. Kaufman has disappeared. That was sometime in late. March of twenty twelve and in this episode the authorities Come into contact with frank carson. But if you could just remind us of sort of how we got to this point in their investigation so at this point in the story authorities are beginning to take a hard look at frank carson. As a suspect in the disappearance and possible death of cory kaufman. They believe that Carson in his frustration with thieves became homicide enraged and Enlisted some local men to visit vigilante justice on corey kaufman and this is the episode in which we see them closing in on carson and we see carson's reaction which is not to cooperate with their investigation. He does not trust them. He knows some of these cops from way back. He does not trust them and does not believe that their intentions are good or that their investigation is going to be fair so they show up at his office in two thousand twelve and they want to ask him questions and he tells them many many times to put it in writing. That exchange is Quite fascinating and it ends with the cops leaving at some point. They do provide written questions through out. You're not gonna answering. Yeah out up. You're not going to talk to me. I know you don't. can i tell you here. Also arrest for trespassing. Franken both under arrest ever. I won't because is left. Get out so we can lock the door lock. I'm gonna lock the door. I tell you something. No i don't wanna hear anything. I'm tired of your abuse. Threats persons not gonna go. You're you're going to take. It's not going to go. You're tank but we're going to. The police are going to be. I'm happy to tell them. That's fine when the door is not going to let go my door. It's not gonna work this time mr person. You're on your investigation. We like to talk to you. What did you make of that. That whole set piece that leads to its own complicated tango frank. His wife and the members of law enforcement all having conversations at the same time and really quickly. Here's the reaction to the incident. I'm talking about from carson's wife georgia and her friend mary martinez after closing nevertheless. Even we invited them to leave. They should've gone then. We're waiting for frank to flip out when they do. They're poking the bear. Yeah and finger on the phone and made the nine one one call. Yeah i mean the. Da's office characterizes carson's behavior during that one visit as a reflection of consciousness of guilt because he doesn't want to cooperate with them because he asked for a warrant they say. Why does he do this. Why not just cooperate of course if you're a defense attorney and you don't trust the people who are coming to interrogate you. It seems to me as predictable as anything that the defense attorney would ask for a warrant and would not cooperate. I don't know why they would have really expected anything else from carson. But they did point to this piece of evidence as an example of carson's volatility. He does yell. He does scream. He calls nine one one. They drop a long list of questions. He initially says. Put your questions in writing. And answer them. I think he develops the impression that he has nothing to gain by cooperating with authorities in this investigation that their minds are made up and that anything he tells them will somehow be hammered into Into the theory that they're proving you know. I wondered when i listened to The second part of that where frank calls nine one one. It seemed to me. I picked up a little bit on his Theatricality when he's on the line with the nine one one dispatcher. Giving a play by play as to what these authorities were doing Now he's got the gun. I see has gone and it it. It felt like he was almost playing a little bit to the crowd. There or two cameras or or whoever. I wonder if it struck you that way. Yeah i mean he was a showman and this this does go to his His talent for theatricality and Hyperbole you also wonder how much extra peril he might have. Been inviting if The nine one one dispatcher had Interpreted this to mean. It was saying armed robbery or something. So yeah he's he's kind of playing with fire there but he's also not out of control. It's an anger. It's a rage that you're hearing from them but it seems to me a controlled a modulated sort of rage that is strategic as well did it strike you. That lay steve. Yeah i mean at one point you think he's about to flip out and really do something and then he says i'll conduct a citizens arrest. Okay that seemed like a fairly measured Response by someone who is facing people with guns in his office. I also in this episode. We also hear from other people as well. A big mike cooley. Who is a really important character in this entire saga and we hear mike Interviewed by authorities and professes his deep fondness for for corey kaufman. The victim and. I wonder if you could tell us more about my cooley. And what happens when the police learn about him get interested in him and Come to talk to him. We need to know the truth mike. It's not fair to this kid. You say you love like a son then me tell you something okay. By knew who killed their kid. They wouldn't be walking right now. I'm a bit with mike buck in heart high. Mike i appreciate all right. I really do your sentiment for. him is very heartwarming. I i mean that. Okay because if i had somebody who i cared about like a son i would feel the same way. You're protecting the guys that put corey in the grave. Because you're scared but the gigs up. All right we can't help you all right. We can't help you at all unless you're willing to help yourself out. Yes oh my cooley. Lives right next door to carson's lot in turlock and there was evidence that carson was frustrated with the thieves who are stealing from his lot. He would report Over the years that vintage signs had been stolen they would just vanish from his lot and reappear. At an antique store people would take wheels from his lot tools antique frying pans collectible automobile manuals. Found that the locks had been broken off some of the containers on a lot and at one point Police officer even finds carson according to a report in his toyota pickup truck. Down the block from his lot. He's crouched in the driver's seat as if to hide any explains that he's watching his property to the investigators to the da's office. This establishes that. He's taking the law into his own hands by doing active surveillance on his property. Michael cooley who is admittedly a former member of the aryan brotherhood. Prison gang. Who we meet in this episode..

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"mary martinez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm from ABC News. I'm Dave Packer. The death toll on the Surfside, Florida condo collapse has risen to nine. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine, Kabul. One victim passed away in the hospital, and we've recovered eight more victims on site. A small army of searchers continue to gently dig. We have 6 to 8. Squads that are on the pile, actively searching at any given time. Dozens of people still missing. It's an agonizing time for their families. When Michael Noriega and his father arrived to the scene after the collapse, they found a family photo and birthday card given to his grandmother, Hilda two weeks ago. To me, it means that Whether my grandmother is here with us or not, that we should feel comfort in our sorrow. Cruz continuing to work around the clock searching for survivors, line employees. ABC NEWS SURFSIDE in New Mexico investigations into a deadly Albuquerque Hot air balloon accident. All five people on board dead. ABC's serene Shaw's in Albuquerque, Eyewitness Josh Perez says the gondola hit a power line catching fire. Hitting the roadway. All the victims are from central New Mexico, including 59 year old Martin Martinez, a former Albuquerque police officer and his 62 year old wife, Mary Martinez, the NTSB now joining the FAA and local officials to piece together how this happened, You concerns emerging over growing cases of covid 19 Delta variant hospitalizations of the rise in several states where vaccination rates are lagging ABC, Selvin Lopez has more from the CDC in Atlanta, while overall new covid cases Dropping. The opposite is happening in several states with vaccination rates below the national average hospitalizations in Arizona, Arkansas, Nevada or all up by nearly 20%, or more and more contagious strain of the virus is tightening its group around the world over the weekend, the UK hitting a record number of new cases since February. You're listening to ABC News Koray news radio.

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"mary martinez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on KOMO

"For their families. When Michael Noriega and his father arrived to the scene after the collapse, they found a family photo and birthday card given to his grandmother, Hilda two weeks ago. It means that Whether my grandmother is here with us or not. That we should feel comfort in our sorrow. Cruz continuing to work around the clock searching for survivors line employees. ABC NEWS SURFSIDE in New Mexico investigations into a deadly Albuquerque Hot air balloon accident. All five people on board dead A. B C's arraign Shaw's in Albuquerque, eyewitness Josh Perez says the gondola hit a power line catching fire hitting the roadway. All the victims are from central New Mexico. Including 59 year old Martin Martinez, a former Albuquerque police officer and his 62 year old wife, Mary Martinez, the NTSB now joining the FAA and local officials to piece together how this happened. New concerns emerging over growing cases of covid 19 Delta, various hospitalizations of the rise in several states, where vaccination rates are lagging ABC, Elwin Lopez has more from the CDC in Atlanta. While overall new covid cases are dropping. The opposite is happening in several states. With vaccination rates. Both Below the national average Hospitalizations in Arizona, Arkansas, Nevada or all up by nearly 20%, or more and more contagious strain of the virus is tightening its grip around the world. Over the weekend, the UK hitting a record number of new cases since February, you're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed The news you need now on co mo news 1000.

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"mary martinez" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Balloon struck a power line and fell to the ground in New Mexico Saturday. Eyewitness Josh Perez says the gondola hit a power line catching fire hitting the roadway. All the victims are from central New Mexico, including 59 year old Martin Martinez, a former Albuquerque police officer. And his 62 year old wife, Mary Martinez, the NTSB now joining the FAA and local officials to piece together how this happened. ABC Zarin shot reporting from Albuquerque here at home. A 21 year old man from Milwaukee expected to survive after being shot Saturday night just before eight o'clock. Police believe it happened from a road rage arguments right near Burnham in South 28th Street. Police are still looking for unknown suspects. President Biden seeking to clarify his position on the bipartisan infrastructure package proposed by lawmakers Saturday, the president, saying he didn't mean to suggest he would veto the bill unless Congress also passed the larger package to expand the social safety net. Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson. Still, mom on whether or not he plans to run for re election in 2022 is asking fellow Republicans to run for office at all levels of government. He's saying something The party hasn't been doing a good job start focusing On the federal government and winning the presidency and winning US sentences. Congressional seats. We completely ignored what the left did not ignore. Local government. Johnson, the speaker at the Republican Party of Wisconsin convention, held this weekend in Wisconsin Dells and the home of the Brewers is back rocking and full force. It's been nearly.

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"mary martinez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on KOMO

"New concerns Emerging over growing cases of Covid 19 is Delta variant. Hospitalizations are on the rise in states where vaccination rates are lagging. This is like Arizona, Arkansas, Nevada, and some large gatherings are still off over fears of spreading the virus, the virus still turning the world of sports upside doubt. This time the college World Series North Carolina state season was cut short due to Covid 19 Protocols. The N C. Double A says that the decision was made based on recommendations from the championships medical team and the local county health departments, saying they couldn't add any more details for privacy issues. ABC Zelin Lopez, who is the C D C headquarters there in Atlanta. Investigators in Albuquerque, New Mexico, trying to determine how this higher balloon struck power lines and then fell to the ground, killing all five on board, including the pilot, officials say. Residents near the crash site rushed to the scene. They tried and put out the fire and save lives. Disease. Zuri In Shaw, eyewitness Josh Perez says the gondola hit a power line catching fire hitting the roadway. All the victims are from central New Mexico. Including 59 year old Martin Martinez, a former Albuquerque police officer and his 62 year old wife, Mary Martinez, the NTSB now joining the FAA and local officials to piece together how this happened. The death toll now stands at five at the sight of that collapsed beachfront high rise in Surfside, Florida, But that's certain to rise with more than 150. People still unaccounted for search crews working around the clock in hopes of finding survivors in that rubble. Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett was on ABC's this week this morning and told host Jonathan Karl after the rescue effort has concluded there will be a comprehensive investigation into how something like this. Happened in the first place. There was something obviously very,.

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"mary martinez" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"mary martinez" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Got the country right allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. Uh huh. What's your stands? One nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Live. Who did the without him? That was him. You know, he knew it was crashing. Burn? Yeah, it was rough. What was Joe Biden trying to recite it wasn't the pledge of allegiance. It was something along those lines, and he couldn't remember the words either. And you just skipped a bunch of paragraphs. It was no. He was reciting the famous end of the declaration of Independence and says, We hold these truths accountable to the You know the thing. Oh, see, this is what I don't understand if you know that you don't know it. Why do you even go down that road? Don't remind me. You're not gonna find me every quoting Shakespeare because I didn't read it in high school when I was supposed to. Kevin could've told Mary Martinez. Hey, can you skip me today and you haven't brushed up on my first grade civics? Well, he should get used to taking the fifth. He's on the L. A City council. You should start with the Pledge of Allegiance. You would have avoided a whole bunch of trouble. Had he done that now, if he were someone Who was right of center that would have been on all the late night shows. I did not catch the late night shows last night. Did they make fun of him? I don't think this got mentioned. I mean, it is pretty local, but it is a just fantastic piece of sound. Whenever local officials and other cities do something super stupid. They get caught in a scandal or there's a piece of tape of them doing something completely outrageous, depending on who it is. We generally hear about it. But, man, these people in L. A city hall. They might as well be in the witness protection program because they could do whatever they want, and they will not get made fun of. Except here, of course. We serve it up and he'd been helpings. And he tweeted out after this thing was going all around the twitters embarrassing and my right I know you or someone you know, got a good laugh at my own unique version of the Pledge of Allegiance. Please consider donating to my charity. Wait, so he was trying to make a buck off of it. Little bit. Jeez, Louise. Let's play it one more time. Should alone. Can you please leaders in the Pledge of allegiance this morning? Thank her much better present. Be another. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States America. Invincible budget allegiance to the flag of the United States of America. That.

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Judge approves deal between Los Angeles city and county to house 7,000 homeless people

Morning Edition

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Judge approves deal between Los Angeles city and county to house 7,000 homeless people

"Only officials announced an unprecedented agreement yesterday to provide housing for almost seven thousand people who live near freeways in homeless encampments as well as those who are over sixty five are vulnerable to cope at nineteen the agreement was approved by a federal judge and it requires the city and county to house most of those covered by the pact within ten months KCRW's del saxman has more LA taxpayers have spent billions of dollars in recent years to address homelessness but the situation has worsened at last count more than sixty six thousand nine house people reside in LA county an increase of more than twelve percent in a year this deal focuses on the thousands of people living above below or next to freeways where U. S. district judge David Carter said they are breathing unhealthful levels of exhaust it also applies to elderly people living on the streets and those with medical conditions that put them at high risk of becoming seriously ill from cove it ninety in county supervisor mark Ridley Thomas and city council president Mary Martinez say the city will provide six thousand new beds within ten months plus seven hundred more eight months later the county will spend three hundred million dollars over five years to fund services for those who have been house the agreement stems from a sweeping federal lawsuit that was filed by a coalition of homeless advocates in downtown business owners who said the city and county's failure to adequately address the problem had led to a public health crisis

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