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01:59 min | 10 months ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Patients toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com slash patient safety Tonight. Clear skies a low down to 58 degrees. Now for tomorrow, mostly sunny my high of 82 at night, their skies and low down to 62 back on Sunday more of the same mostly sunny and 82 from your severe weather station, a nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh. News radio 700 WLW radar shows sunny skies 80 degrees News is a service of Life center organ donor network. Everyone has a first Amendment right to protest. And do so peacefully and lawfully. I want to stress that violence and destruction will not be tolerated. If you break windows, If you start fires, destroyed property or attack anyone, including our officers, you will be arrested. The mayor of Louisville, Greg Fisher, giving an update today after that city saw some violence break out again last night as protests continue following the decision by a grand jury to not charge any police officers directly with the shooting death of Briana Taylor in March. Taylor's family is demanding the release of all body camera footage, police files and the transcripts of the grand jury hearings. The port of Greater Cincinnati says demolition of the Millennium Hotel downtown will start before the end of this year. Report says That process may take about a year to complete, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg final journey to the capital is over the late Supreme Court justice laid in state of the U. S Capitol for a brief period. After lying and propose that the Supreme Court across the street from the capital shall be buried in a private ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery next week. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow closing up 359 points the NASDAQ Up to 41, the S and P Up 50 to news radio 700 WLW SPORTS Here's the Reds Update. The Reds playoff chase continues tonight with the first of three up against the Twins at Target Field in Minneapolis..

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Mayor Fischer of Louisville, Kentucky urges protesters to steer from destructive acts during demonstrations

Eddie and Rocky

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Mayor Fischer of Louisville, Kentucky urges protesters to steer from destructive acts during demonstrations

"Has a first Amendment right to protest. And do so peacefully and lawfully. I want to stress that violence and destruction will not be tolerated. If you break windows, If you start fires, destroyed property or attack anyone, including our officers, you will be arrested. The mayor of Louisville, Greg Fisher, giving an update today after that city saw some violence break out again last night as protests continue following the decision by a grand jury to not charge any police officers directly with the shooting death of Briana Taylor in March. Taylor's family is demanding the release of all body camera footage, police files and the transcripts of the grand jury hearings.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I want again to thank the first responders who assisted the scene last night including the Jefferson County sheriff's deputies who came to the scene very quickly definitely shorter provide an update chief thank you mayor Fischer first I want to address the clearing in the park I know this is caused great concern and anger but it's simply had to be done given that we had a homicide in the park last night the tents and supplies that had taken over the park create a situation that could no longer be safely handled I do wanna apologize however for the way those belongings were handled and removed or it was not our intention to damage anything that was removed however many of the items were treated in a manner less than our standard the way that property was handled has also caused concern in the community I am deeply sorry we will work in the future to help prevent a situation like this from occurring again now I want to give an update on the homicide that occurred last night around nine PM we were notified of the incident remained shooting in the park empties from the Jefferson County sheriff's office responded quickly and he began treating people they identified were wounded LMPD officers arrived within four minutes we will now show surveillance video of what transpired LMPD officers arrived within four minutes we will now show surveillance video of what transpired.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Waters to the west bend your man's like in a stalled semi sixty five northbound just north of the Jefferson Bullitt county line causing a back up there our next report in ten minutes populist newsradio eight forty WHAS I'm WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with the Tuesday forecast it'll have is grabbing the rain gear especially this morning as we got scattered showers and a few rumbles of thunder will trend drier in the afternoon with highs near eighty four less humid tonight under a partly cloudy sky lows down to sixty four degrees a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow highs again near eighty four but also a slight chance of a spotty shower many will stay dry completely dry on your Thursday with highs near eighty five that's your WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist Matt Milosevic CNN breaking news weather and traffic station this is news radio eight forty WHAS your new WHAS our top story its primary day here in the Commonwealth and it may be one of the biggest ones the state scene this year all Kentucky ends were eligible to vote absentee here's governor Beshear early voting we've been a state where you have to fill out an affidavit if you want to vote early that has not been the case in this election and we've already had over eighty eight thousand five hundred and thirty Kentuckians vote he adds that if all absentee ballots are returned Kentucky will see the largest turnout for primary and at least a decade a little soldiers facing terrorism charges for allegedly trying to ambush his own unit the department of justice says twenty two year old even mails are sent sensitive details about his unit to members of and a coal based neo **** and white supremacist group miles are allegedly admitted to his role in plotting the attack but your council members amended mayor Fischer's budget to better reflect what residents want council members will invest more money into disadvantaged neighborhoods they also re directed one point two million dollars an LMPD state funds to address a series of concerns including training some of that training will focus on implicit bias and de escalation tactics those are.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"His car parked in a Wendy's drive through Friday night a cop shop Brooks in the back details from ABC's Steve Oster saami in Atlanta officer Garrett Ralph arrives and puts the man to a field sobriety test everyone is still call I thank you very much during the driver when the officer tries to put him in handcuffs Brooks refuses it gets intense physical Brooks grabs the stun gun of one of the officers and here is the moment that is going to be the subject of a lot of debate as Brooks is running away you see him reach back and point the gun at officer Ralph that's when investigators say Ralph fires three shots the pope county district attorney says he'll decide whether to charge the two officers within the next few days repeating this hour's top story protesters have blocked several streets in the downtown area near mayor Fischer's office fit the and six that Jefferson and six that liberty among the intersections that are blocked off expect delays your next news update is at ten thirty I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS high school football started back today college football last week we got golf and NASCAR actually NASCAR had some fans in the states that we're continuing with sports getting back to somewhat normal there was nineteen twenty there was a flapper girl that was every other worker on the world but no one could get her but private Dick Ryan how you doing man well guys are you doing your weekend man I'm still reeling from did you guys get a chance to watch that Sosa McGwire documentary last night you know.

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7 Shot At Louisville Protest Calling For Justice For Breonna Taylor

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01:11 min | 1 year ago

7 Shot At Louisville Protest Calling For Justice For Breonna Taylor

"Story continuing coverage of the Brianna Taylor protest seven people were shot dead outside of mayor Fischer's office in one incident LMPD officials saying that they are recovering at university hospital the department is preparing for a busy weekend we will not tolerate valance that leads to people being hurt we will not tolerate destruction of our beautiful city we are prepared to take whatever action we must try to ensure no one else is injured during this time of unrest LMPD assistant chief for Lovie that Chavis there are no plans at this time to bring in National Guard we are considering the possibility of bringing other agencies outside of Louisville to help us we will be discussing our plans later on today so we will have a plan in place to deal with any protests that occur two officers were taken to the hospital last night with chest pains while working the protest one was kept overnight for observation the other was treated and

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"North of Taylor's road causing delays there and also watch for a stalled vehicle seventy one south bound near Buckner in Oldham county our next report in ten minutes about US news radio eight forty WHAS WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with the Thursday forecast is going to start out with some scattered showers across the area will catch them dry time into the afternoon but also still a chance of some pop up showers and storms through the day with a warm and muggy high of eighty four lows down to sixty seven tonight will Dodge more showers and storms tomorrow with highs near eighty degrees cold front moves through those gonna dries out for Saturday bring in lower humidity comfortable temperatures with a high of seventy six at your latest WLKY forecast I'm out below so that D. N. S. breaking news weather and traffic station news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville I heart radio station good morning at seven o'clock our time will Clark news radio wait forty WHAS mayor Fischer says the death toll from corona virus in low level is now at one hundred and fifty seven in his first briefing since the Memorial Day weekend mayor Greg Fischer announced fifty one new cases of corona virus for a total of two thousand four hundred twenty seven fortunately we have added three more low volumes to R. yes told here from Kobe in nineteen seventy year old male a seventy seven year old male an eighty two year old male so that makes our total confirmed SO far from code nineteen it very sad one hundred fifty seven he says a total of one thousand five hundred seventy one people have recovered from covert nineteen Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS statewide the death toll has hit four hundred governor Andy Beshear during his Wednesday briefing focused on wearing masks however my mass because of my faith because I believe that I have a duty to love my neighbor and do everything I can.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Said I have never taken because the greatest and in fact yeah I know in order to win the presidency I need the African American vote you're listening to ABC news WLKY meteorologist Susanne Horgan for today temperatures in a top out into the middle eighties we do have the risk of a few scattered showers and storms certainly not an all day rain event as we head into Sunday temperatures top out right around eighty seven degrees you do have an isolated storm threat and then warm and muggy weather on Monday with highs in the upper eighties and again that chance of a few scattered storms on WLKY meteorologist Susanne Horgan this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now with forty five will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS we start this newscast in Louisville with mayor Greg Fischer in his Friday briefing mayor Fischer announced eighty nine new cases for a current total of two thousand two hundred thirty three positive cases in the metro I'm sad to say that we lost two more of our citizens to individuals and their nineties so I confirm total number of deaths so far from this dastardly virus it's one hundred forty six Fisher says one thousand four hundred thirty two residents have recovered from covert nineteen Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. also happening in local charges against the boyfriend of a local emergency room tech shot to death during an officer involved shooting have been dropped Kenneth Walker was charged with attempted murder.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Possible people say that's a very distinct possibility is standard and we're gonna put out the fires are not going to close the country we're gonna put out the fires it could be whether it's an amber or flame we're gonna put it out but we're not closing our country the president's town of the anti malarial drug hydroxy Clark went as a possible treatment for covert nineteen but a study published today in the lancet found no benefit from that drug in covert nineteen patients and that it could increase the risk of serious heart rhythm complications I do A. B. C. news Ipsos poll found black and Latino adults were three times as likely as white adults to know someone who's died of corona virus Brian Clark ABC news LMPD is in the market for a new chief after current chief Steve Carter announced he'll exit at the end of June LMPD chief Steve Conrad has notified mayor Fischer of his decision to retire at the end of June Conrad began his career in nineteen ninety as a patrol officer for the former local division of police after a stint as chief of police in Arizona Conrad returned a lawful as chief in twenty twelve in a statement mayor Fischer says quote he has worked tirelessly on improving transparency and community policing colonel Robert Schroeder will serve as interim chief of LMPD wants Conrad leaves his position he Lee Hanson newsradio eight forty WHAS and full house actress Lori Laughlin and her husband will appear in a Boston federal court via video conference today asking a judge to accept a plea deal for their role in the varsity blues college admissions scandal Laughlin faces two months behind bars or husband five prison consultant Jennifer Myers who did time herself says Laughlin may face challenges in the slammer the sense that maybe lorries entitled unexpected because of what she did possibly that she didn't take responsibility immediately it's going to really bothers some women's saying with guards and CEOs some are not going to.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Is that their client which is Gregory McMichael the father isn't guilty of murder it sounds like what they're sort of indicating is that he may not have been seen on tape and he's not seen on tape directly shooting this young man and so they're trying to argue that a murder charge for him is inappropriate at this point you're listening to ABC news this is news radio eight forty WHAS your new now governor Beshear expected to announce the latest coronavirus numbers in Kentucky he will not be holding a news conference today but is expected to release those numbers in a video Louisville mayor Greg Fischer and the chief of Louisville police have requested the F. B. I. in the U. S. attorney to review the Brianna Taylor case the Louisville EM tea was shot order family because of botched police raid in March this is mayor Fischer and while the facts of this specific case are being determined it's important to understand that whenever a person of color's life is lost at the hands of law enforcement we have to recognize that there is a bigger historical picture here we have to recognize the pain the fears the black Americans feel when a life is taken this way the twenty six year old woman shot dead in her home when LMPD officers were serving a warrant under boyfriend Kenneth Walker when he allegedly started to shoot out Taylor was shot eight times Matt Rees uses Saban mass virus cases incline injuries stop we will be back depression levels in America too soon is happening right here newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. we've had our lives flipped upside down recently and for many of us things just got a lot rougher but we face tough times before and we're going to pull through this because that's what we do in America and.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The same thing that this is a test to see how much they can control these crowds right now in New York governor Andrew Cuomo today contemplating a return of baseball and horse racing we're getting a little more nuanced in our analysis looking for economic activities that you can start without crowds layers and jockeys and the workers involved would need to follow social distancing meanwhile soccer returned to Germany today without fans players trying to keep contact to a minimum Dave Packer ABC news back here at home Middletown police have arrested a man they say this morning is responsible for killing a man last night on Curtis street forty year old Jason how come is in jail the man shot twenty eight year old William ward ray Riley died at the hospital Louisville mayor Greg Fischer and the chief of Louisville please Steve Conrad a request of the FBI and the U. S. attorney to review the Brianna Taylor case the Louisville E. M. T. shot in what her family calls a botched police raid back in March years mayor Fischer and while the facts of this specific case are being determined it's important to understand that whenever a person of color's life is lost at the hands of law enforcement we have to recognize that there is a bigger historical picture here we have to recognize the pain the fears that black Americans feel when a life is taken this way the twenty six year old Taylor was shot dead in her own home when LMPD officers were serving a warrant to her boyfriend Kenneth Walker who then started to shoot out she was shot eight times.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To drive through liquor stores restaurants and other businesses during the covert nineteen pandemic the law requires they must be allowed to participate in drive through church services consistent with existing policies as long as everybody honors the social distancing things so there's the AG it's interesting to add any Bashir was the Attorney General he was filing lawsuits like he was filing his fingernails all the time and so now the the blade has turned and now it's a Republican in office he's a Democrat governor he says it's okay for mayor Fischer and the leader in Hopkins county to ban because they're the guys who are responsible for their own flocks so you know this I don't know this be illegal in issue that comes up down the road but well I wonder if you're if the way he phrased that though puts the legal issue online the local government and not on the state because he said his rope you know the the ruling that he put in the governor that they'll you know tag license plates and blah blah blah doesn't apply to those drive in church services he said you know whatever happens with those is up to the local government so I think that opens up the lawsuit to leave out the state at that point exactly and we sure spend a lot of money on legal fees in the state also it's been a long time yep all right we'll come back on the other side it's our Good Friday last half hour of the show here it's Haley in the knobs on newsradio eight forty WHAS as you make it out this Friday afternoon traffic still a little crowded heading into and out of downtown on sixty five north and southbound to hospital curve steady right on sixty four eastbound seventy one north bound out of the junction wrapping up an accident at table of art in queen Avenue Dixie highway little crowded south of the Waterford expressly fern valley road product right at top level road Preston highway over the sixty five ramps our next report in fifteen minutes somebody else newsradio eight forty WHAS Michael with the updated forecast on WLKY chief no see okay a frost advisory has been issued for a good.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Making lewd comments and then retaliating against them when they came forward. ABC's Ryan burrow reports among the four women accusing Indiana attorney general Curtis hill of sexual harassment. State Representative Mara Candelaria Reardon. We didn't want this circus. But here we are, you know, here we are. And certainly, you know, when you're talking about threatening behaviour subsequent to somebody putting their hand on my dress. Yes, there has been, you know, certainly times when I feel unsafe, they're seeking injunctive relief and monetary damages to be determined later. They also want hill to apologize hill has denied wrongdoing. He has not been criminally charged. Ryan burrow, ABC news. A mural depicting Muhammad Ali was retouched after it was recently vandalized, the words, racist, homophobic, and anti semitic. Painted an orange over all these face on the Kentucky Rushmore mural Bardstown road. The words were then painted over in white, the mural features paintings of ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Colonel Sanders. Triple crown winner secretariat and Ali and mimics. Mount Rushmore the Louisville metro police department says it's investigating the incident, the Kentucky chapter of the council on American Islamic relations is calling on law enforcement officials to investigate the incident as a hate crime. Mayor Fischer says the city will stay the course with its approach to reduce violence in Louisville fishers responding to a rash of shootings in the past several days. The whole system of violence reduction, and that certainly includes the police in enforcement, but it goes all the way through to intervention and prevention efforts men reentry as well. Metro police have investigated more than a dozen shooting since Friday. The latest one happened this morning when a female was shot at twenty six thousand eight streets in the parkland neighborhood. She's expected to survive acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan is stepping aside. He's removing himself from consideration for permanent defense chief the announcement came after Shanahan address, domestic violence incidents in his family's past Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the holes in the Trump cabinet are appalling shows the chaos in this administration. They have so many impede position, rotating, revolving doors in the most sensitive of security positions, every American should worry.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Region were off line at the time. And no abnormalities were reported. Tom rivers at the foreign desk for us. Mayor Fischer says the city will stay the course with its approach to reduce violence in low evil Fischer is responding to a rash of shootings in the past several days to take a look at the whole system of violence reduction, and that certainly includes the police force meant, but it goes all the way through intervention and prevention efforts men reentry as well metro police. Have investigated more than a dozen shootings since Friday. The latest one happened this morning when a female was shot at twenty six and date streets in the parkland neighborhood. She's expected to survive. President Trump travels to Orlando tonight to urge voters to give him another four years in office. It's been dubbed the official start of his reelection campaign. More from White House correspondent Steven Portnoy, formerly kicks off his reelection effort with a rally in Florida tonight. The president claims he's looking really good in the polls, he calls survey showing otherwise fake. But Mr. Trump's own campaign has conducted surveys, that showed him behind the Democratic Front runner in key states last week, he cut ties with several pollsters blamed for the leak of those internal surveys, you can hear live coverage of tonight's rally in Orlando beginning at eight o'clock here on News Radio eight forty WHAT. Yes, it is win. Or go home for the Louisville. Baseball team coach Dan McDonald's. Cardinals will play Auburn this afternoon in a college World Series elimination games. Okay. To lose. So fortunately, in baseball, you're allowed a couple of losses. If you spread them out, we wanna.

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04:24 min | 2 years ago

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"W H A AS. Our top story is in Frankfurt were governor Bevin delivered his fourth state of the Commonwealth address touting the state's economic impact we've seen seventeen point seven billion dollars in new private capital invested in our Commonwealth in the last three years, we've seen forty nine thousand eight hundred seventy jobs created he also made reference to the state's pension crisis. With a message to the legislators seated before. Him. Do. I thank you in advance for what has been done, but what will be done in two thousand nineteen time is of the essence Bevin is running for reelection. His new running mate, Senator Ralph Alvarado who was in attendance, along with current Lieutenant governor Janine Hampton, it's seven thirty three it NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S mayor Greg Fischer warning about potential widespread cuts and order to pay for public employee pensions. The mayor's office says the city's pension obligations expected to grow by twelve percent each fiscal year through twenty twenty three without new revenue. The city could be forced to lay off employees nearly every department including police fire EMS mayor Fischer says those cuts all because the Frankfurt. It's getting to be the moment of truth is we know the pension system has had problems because of some dithering in Frankfort over the years from both parties and Frankfort mandates the amount we have to put in our pension that our pension system, actually a decent shape. The city could. Also closed libraries fire stations health clinics community, centres pools, and city golf courses the mayor working with the metro council on options to avoid cuts and expects to release more information next week. The president headed to the doctor's office today. Can't Travers at the White House explains. President Trump gets his annual physical exam today at Walter Reed. National military medical center in Bethesda, Maryland his second since taking office last year. The president's doctor said he was in excellent health, the White House physician at the time Rear Admiral. Ronnie Jackson praised the president for having good genes. And said he scored a perfect score and cognitive test. The president was encouraged to lose ten to fifteen pounds and improve his eating habits. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Former Michigan congressman John Dingell has died at the age of ninety to the World War Two veteran became the longest serving member of congress and helped shape the nation's laws for decades Oakland university. Professor David Dooley. Oh, says dingo was a towering presence on Capitol Hill. Commanding figure in stature and everybody who walked by knew that it was congressman Dingell big John is his nickname was his nickname during his time in the house and. And he just had that presence. Former President George W Bush said he spoke to dangle USA thanking him for being an example to those who have followed him into the political arena. And Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is accusing the National Enquirer of blackmail in a blog post bazo says the National Enquirer publisher, am I threatened to publish nude photos of he and his girlfriend and added they wouldn't publish them. If bazo said publicly he had no evidence of the inquires coverage of him was politically motivated. Your next news update coming at eight. I'm Wilk Clark NewsRadio eight forty W H A S Kentucky. Breaking news, weather and traffic station. Thanks thirty-six. Newsradio eight forty W H A S. Are you gonna take your boys to see the LEGO movie to the second part of the two year old could care less? But the seven year old I have probably been asked about that movie. About five hundred times. And that's just in the last hour. He's ready to go. I haven't seen the first. My my grandson still, I don't know if we're gonna go opening day. But but we will see it in theaters because he psyched up. What's that crackle? Scrambled glue movies referenced. Pharrell is brilliant in the first one. Is that right? Yes. You liked to Scotty, Boise, fester business? There's also a segment where like the actual will Farrell is in it. Yes. It's a live action. Right. I got to look at the watch the first one, I hope movie movie theaters. I saw what I read an article yesterday that said theaters coming out with virtual reality movies now. Yeah. So because we're trying to combat low attendance. And.

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04:37 min | 2 years ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You of hell basketball takes on NC state tonight at six thirty on NewsRadio. Wait, forty W H A S. So the Casselman statues probably going to stay in the highlands that big meeting last night it ended in a three three tie which the city had decided if it's tied when we're done we're just going to refuse the city's request to remove it. I learned a new term last night. I didn't know that the city of Louisville had I don't know. I still don't know what it means. A certificate of appropriateness. I heard that too. So what does that what I in the story on WDR be it's kind of confusing like what the certificate of appropriateness really does like here. Let me just read this paragraph. One by one more than a dozen people spoke out at Wednesday night's Cherokee, triangle architecture review committee meeting after mayor, Greg Fischer announced the statue be removed in two thousand eighteen the city of global requested the committee to grant a certificate of appropriateness. That way the city could then be free to move the century-old statue outside the district. So a certificate of appropriateness apparently means the opposite that if you get a certificate of appropriateness, you must be moved out of the city. Do you think that mayor Fischer would like to give me a certificate of that is what kind of politically correct bullcrap is that certificate of appropriateness the almost thirty years that I've lived here. Whenever people are giving me directions to come down to the highlands. They'll say go around the guy on the horse. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know what you're talking about. Now, all of a sudden, they say go around the racist symbol on the horse. Right. But there were no protesters at that meeting last night. No. Elderly citizens couple of them nodding off by a couple of them asleep. What is the deal with old people? I'm just going to sleep where exactly I'm in the grocery store aisle and naptime. Four or five time map fart or both whatever I'm driving down the highway. I'm driving down Shelbyville road through Redline. Naptime? Yep. I don't know what the deal is part Kolevski. So. That's awesome. So anyway, I guess the Casselman I guess my question is did where we dealing with fake outrage. Then because the last night was the night when they were having the meeting where the opportunity to so instead of graffiti ING, the statue, perhaps a more effective way to communicate how the statue harms. You would have been to actually show up at the meeting where they actually do the vote. Otherwise, what we saw with the graffiti was probably just a chance to destroy something and do something where you're acting out as opposed to any actual real deep seated anger over the statue. If there was real deep seated anger over the statue. There would have been one hundred fifty people there, and they would have spoke out against the statue. And influenced what they will do now is they will find a more friendly committee of some kind to override this one. No in between now. And then the people who were all outraged about it will come back and graffiti the statue, again, even though they weren't they wouldn't be bothered actually show up and be a part of democracy. Right. They're too busy and Covington right now. Okay. All right. We'll continue lots more to get to Jim Ryan joins us. We'll talk about the border shut down and later Andy any bar congressman Andy bar will join us. I'll ask him about the Covington issue at eleven thirty five and twisted view coming up at the top of the hour citizens Union Bank. Bloomberg money update. Now, this is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks are narrowly mixed in early trading right now the Dow is down thirty three points at twenty four thousand five forty to the s&p is down almost two points less than a tenth of a percent at twenty six thirty seven. The NASDAQ is up seventeen at seven thousand forty two investor enthusiasm was tempered this morning after commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said the US and China were miles and miles away from a trade resolution. Ross spoke to CNBC US airlines are rallying as American and south west predicted strong revenue gains for twenty nineteen after surpassing Wall Street's profit estimates late last year JetBlue also beat analysts projections. Means here's a Ford or motoring lower their down about one percent. So far the company fell into the red in the final three months of twenty eighteen dragged down by deeper deficits overseas in a loss on its pension fund..

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03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H A S our top story. There are some serious letter writing happening between the White House and congress President Trump has written a letter to speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi telling her that her upcoming international trip to Afghanistan, Brussels, and Egypt has been postponed suggesting that she should remain in Washington negotiating border security with him. Instead the president's letter follows a letter yesterday from Pelosi suggesting that he would be wise to reschedule. His state of the union address until after the government has reopened. But unlike the state of the union this trip was not public. Lana Zak ABC news, the capitol. We're now in day twenty seven of the government shutdown and federal workers are asking voters to help the government reopen in Boston air traffic controllers handed out leaflets to travelers safe as I can I want my government to work, and it's not working. There are other issues as well in some stamps in some states food stamp recipients are being told to budget their purchases because marches benefits are in jeopardy. Due to the shutdown three people are dead and another is injured following a shooting at a home in Owensboro police were called to the Kentucky house this morning where they found two men dead. A man and woman were then rushed to the hospital where one later died. Police have not said whether there are any outstanding suspects mayor Fischer says the state of the city is strong at his annual address held at the Muhammad Ali center, Fisher, touted his administration's achievements over the last few years is more to come think about Justice. This next year. The new soccer stadium district and butcher town. The restored and reimagined colonial gardens near Iroquois park. The Paris down development with the new performance venue for our partners at the Kentucky. Senator today's address comes on. Muhammad ALI'S birthday Fisher challenged the community to have these same courage vision and determination as Ali three. Chicago cops are accused accused of killing trying to cover up and falsifying details related to the officer involved shooting of Liqun McDonald are acquitted the two former officers and one current officer were accused of knowingly falsifying the reports they filed on the shooting of Liqun McDonald by officer Jason Van Dyke as a way to cover up for their fellow officer, but Cook County associate judge Domenico Stevenson in the bench trial announcing the finding of not guilty as to every count and each defendant a conspiracy official misconduct and obstruction of Justice. Van Dyke was convicted of second degree murder and sixteen counts of aggravated battery. He'll be sentenced. Friday. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, urged fellow senators to vote for a measure that would permanently ban federal funding of abortion, the Kentucky. Republican says the Bill shed light on quote this great shame of our society. Opponents said that it attacked women's health care the act was defeated by a vote of forty eight to forty seven and the women's March plans to hold its first day of action in two thousand nineteen on Saturday. However, some major organizations are distancing themselves from the movement over allegations of antisemitism, women's March national organizer, Linda Sarsour, we have multiple statements. We have unequivocally rejected anti-semitism, homophobia, Islamophobia transphobia the controversy centers on co president to Mika Malary's refusal.

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Ellison, the total. Traffic center. I'm wwl Kyi meteorologist Mamello Cevic your Friday forecast. We'll beat your rain showers this morning a little drier in the afternoon. Highs only near forty five it'll be breezy as well. So quite chilly day as we head into tonight. A slight chance for some drizzle even a few flurries possible before we clear overnight and get hold lows down to twenty-five dry and sunny tomorrow with a high of forty two just forty eight on Sunday at your wwl Kyi forecast, I'm out Milosevic. It's forty one at NewsRadio eight forty W H A S before we get to our top local story. There is a developing national story coming across the wires out of ham stead North Carolina where the sheriff's office there is responding to a report of an active shooter situation at a high school as of now no injuries have been reported. Again, an active shooter situation being reported at a high school and hamster North Carolina. Back in Louisville. Authorities looking for a man who escaped from Louisville metro corrections custody jail officials saying tyrel Ellis escaped from the holding area Tuesday. He was being returned to corrections by the home incarceration division when he escaped. He was not restrained at the time of the escape. It's seven thirty three at NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S mayor Fischer says Lula's battle ready for winter was joined by the metro snow team in showing off the equipment that we used to clear city streets. This winter Louisville beginning the snow season with more than thirty four thousand tons of salt on hand..

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"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mayor fischer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"An extra forty in ten minutes. I'm bobby. Let's NewsRadio eight forty WFAN. We'll need the reindeer this Friday with some areas of light, rain and drizzle through the day. Cloudy skies, all keeping us cool with fifty two cloudy and drizzly tonight with a low of forty four we won't break out of the overcast skies. Tomorrow, some areas of drizzle possible with a high of fifty four a milder sixty three on Sunday, but will round out the weekend with some afternoon and evening showers at your wwl forecast. I'm meteorologist map Milosevic. It's fifty at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S our top story. The brother of the man accused of murdering to pay a Louisville Kroger. Gives a heartfelt apology. Fifty one year old Gregory Bush accused of shooting and killing sixty nine year old Marie Stoller and 67-year-old Vicki Lee Jones at the grocery store in Jefferson town Bush's brother, telling w okay, why Spanish we feel? We can't imagine what they're going through. And we just really can't say sorry. You know? And that's all I can say Gregory Bush, charged with two counts of murder and ten counts of wanting endangerment as being held on a five million dollar bond sitting in state leaders are reacting to the Jefferson town Kroger shooting mayor Fischer says he's angry and believes government leaders need to do more to prevent gun violence too. Many of our leaders the ones that have the power to make our country safer. Our cities, safer, our schools, churches and our groceries safer. They act as if nothing can be done face your personal connection to one of the victims Murray restyler is the father of the city's chief racial equity officer governor Bevin weighing in as well saying preventing gun violence is more than just passing another law. Then we don't know the details again, there are many.

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