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Fresh "Mayor Michael Hancock" from Lewis and Logan

Lewis and Logan

00:21 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Mayor Michael Hancock" from Lewis and Logan

"Daily News. Radio. Time is nine Oh, one. I'm pat watered our top story whether puts a dent in covert vaccinations appointments. That ball arena in Denver are canceled today because of the storm will be rescheduled for next Monday and Tuesday. The snow is let up, but it hasn't stopped totals arranged from 3 to 6 inches in metro Denver. We could see up to seven across the Palmer divided into parts of the foothills as well as our far northeastern Plains. And the high country will see anywhere from about 4 to 8 inches of fresh snow Farm. Fox 31 meteorologist Jessica Labelle says another system could move in early next week. Denver is now a level blue for covert 19 restrictions after the state's dial system was phased out this morning, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says it's the right move on two fronts, one of the line with the rest of the region. That's moving in the same direction than to find that balance. You know how we can work to keep everyone safe again. Try toe vanish this virus to spread of the virus.

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MLB officially moves All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

MLB officially moves All-Star Game to Denver's Coors Field

"Baseball's all star game as a new host durations Denver thank you Major League Baseball Denver mayor Michael Hancock on the switch from Atlanta to course field for the mid summer classic it's been a long here and I can think of nothing more energizing to help advance our recovery and to boost our economy thereby bringing the twenty twenty one mid summer classic back to the mile high city the game was originally scheduled to be played in Atlanta but Major League Baseball moved the contest over objections to sweeping changes to Georgia's voting laws I'm sure the employer

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2,000 flights canceled in Denver as heavy snowstorm arrives

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

2,000 flights canceled in Denver as heavy snowstorm arrives

"A major spring snowstorm is slowing travel in Colorado over two thousand flights were canceled over the weekend at Denver International Airport is a major snowstorm struck the region the snow continues to fall the National Weather Service predicted about two feet in the Denver or boulder area Colorado's governor called out the National Guard to assist with search and rescue efforts over the weekend we're going to have some shoveling to do Denver mayor Michael Hancock asked residents to be patient and stay home this is what we expect as winter lease and springtime comes in but we know how bad it can get and it's important for folks to expression E. be cautious this weekend how is including highway forty were closed and semi truck slid on the snow and ice I'm Jennifer king

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Denver ethics board dismisses complaint over mayor's Thanksgiving travel

Broncos Country Tonight

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Denver ethics board dismisses complaint over mayor's Thanksgiving travel

"Denver's board of ethics as this Mr complaint against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. The board said it was troubled by the mayor's decision to travel the Mississippi for Thanksgiving just minutes after urging residents to avoid holiday travel due to the pandemic, but in a unanimous vote, dismiss the complaint against him, saying it did not rise to the level of an ethics violation. The mayor had previously apologized, asking forgiveness for decisions that are born of his heart and not

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Denver ethics board dismisses complaint over mayor's Thanksgiving travel

Big Al and JoJo

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Denver ethics board dismisses complaint over mayor's Thanksgiving travel

"Would have gone months without hugging their grand parents. Denver's Board of Ethics has dismissed a complaint against him for Mayor Michael Hancock. The board said it was troubled by the mayor's decision to travel to Texas for Thanksgiving just minutes after urging residents to avoid holiday travel due to the pandemic, but in a unanimous vote, dismiss the complaint against him, saying it did not rise to the level of an ethics violation. Mary had previously apologized, asking for

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Good morning, Tom. Good morning. What are you hearing from stores? Are they selling tickets like hotcakes? I think they're doing better than hotcakes. Right now. I haven't bought a hot cake in a while. That's a lot of tickets are selling really, really well. Obviously it's great for the retailers because of the commission's that they earned on the on the sales of the tickets, but Also very exciting for our players, and it's. It's a great time for our beneficiaries as well, Tom. I would assume since it's about game of odds, we're probably due for a big winner here in Colorado, are we not I would love for the winter to come from Colorado. You know, our last big jackpot winner was back in September of 2017 woman from Clifton, which is over like the injunction And for those of you who love geography buffs. $133 million in Powerball. So yeah, it's been three years and well, we're ready. Definitely about time. How much money does Colorado bring in from these lottery games? It's amazing the way sales go up on the jackpots get really big. Last week, for example, we sold over $7 million just in Powerball in mega millions, and that's really exciting because it translates to about $2.8 million for beneficiaries for a cocoa. Contributions respond Colorado parks and wildlife in the building excellent schools Today program and Tom is, the ad says You can't win. If you don't play. How do we play one of the drugs? Huh? Well, there's almost 3000 retailers in Colorado itself Tickets. So you know you can go into any of those stores and just walk up and play. Um we would I would you no mention that The details for the wrongs cut off 7:30 p.m. on the night of the drawing. So make sure you get your ticket before 7 30. You could buy your tickets wherever you get your hotcakes. Thanks, Tom. She have them. What am I gonna do? Right? When I leave work? I think I'll go get some tickets. Lottery Director Tom Seaver there on our lifeline. It's just about 8 50 here. We're gonna talk with Mayor Michael Hancock here in just a few moments right now. We checked in Dr again. John Morse is.

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Denver mayor travels for holiday after urging others to stay home

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Denver mayor travels for holiday after urging others to stay home

"Denver's mayor has apologized after disregarding his own advice and traveling to spend Thanksgiving with his family. Mayor Michael Hancock urged Denver residents to stay in and avoid traveling for the holiday and then flew to Mississippi to spend Thanksgiving with his wife and daughter. He later apologized, saying his decision was made from his heart and not his head. The Democratic mayor has faced backlash from both sides of the aisle after flying out of the city just hours after sending out a tweet asking residents to avoid travel if they could.

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Mayor Of Denver Travels For Thanksgiving In Violation Of His Own Recommendations

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Mayor Of Denver Travels For Thanksgiving In Violation Of His Own Recommendations

"Denver's mayor is explaining himself and offering an apology after he traveled to Mississippi for Thanksgiving. Mayor Michael Hancock said he made the decision to head out of town because his wife and daughter earned Mississippi. The mayor's trip comes as officials in Colorado have warmed about a steep increased in covert 19 cases that threatens to stress the hospital system and after warnings from the governor and others to keep Thanksgiving gathering small and safe.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"W b a p dot com What you're thankful for today, and this is what John writes Good morning, y'all today I'm thankful to be alive. November, 5th. I had a stroke and a brain bleed. Working in Carlsbad, New Mexico. It happened. I was alone in my fifth wheel, oil and gas construction industry. He realized what happened Call 911 eventually went to the hospital medical team rushed me into the X ray room. I had an Emory in CT scan. They saw my brain bleeding and called my wife. He had to be transported by plane to medical city, Fort Worth family gathered in the parking lot. Since covert restrictions would only allow one family member in the hospital. Of course, he writes. That was my wife. Today I'm on the way to recovery due to the awesome care of the rehab team doctors, nurses and team at medical city of Fort Worth. I'm typing this with my left hand. Because my right side is weak. They say in six months, I should gain almost all my right side. Back again. It's Zoe. Pretty long email to type on Lee with your left hand. So thanks, John for the email. That is 100% something to be grateful. For it's just it's you know. There's so much we should be grateful for today. You know what? When we're always trying to look for what's next and what we could what we want. Really, So many of us have blessings in this life that That I think all of us could just say just slow down for a second and put the politics of science. I'm glad we have that. Um, speaking of politics got to do this real quick, because I know a lot of you are getting ready to Either host family over. Maybe you're gonna travel. You gonna drive somewhere that maybe you're at the airport Right now. You're about to fly somewhere for Thanksgiving or someone's about to fly in. We've talked about this ad nauseam. Now all the health officials, the Politicians, Clay Jenkins and the like saying Don't travel for Thanksgiving. Don't have normal Thanksgiving Clay Jacobs put on Twitter. Don't let your college kids come home for Thanksgiving. You know, he said. That doesn't count as being part of your household, which to me is absolutely ridiculous. What bothers me the most is the hypocrisy. Because here you have Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. Putting out a tweet saying past potatoes. Don't pass the cove in stay home as much as you can. A special if you're sick, host virtual gatherings, not in person dinners, avoid travel. And then hours later, he boarded a flight to Houston. And then boarded a flight to Mississippi so he could spend Thanksgiving with his his distant family. Don't mind that he traveled. Don't want mind if he stayed home. What I mind is telling everybody you need to do this. You can't do that. Stop doing that. It's going to kill everybody and guilting you two celebrating Thanksgiving with your family and then turning around and celebrating Thanksgiving with your family. I think that's my biggest issue with all of this is just the guilt tripping like If you're smart about it. And you if I had a relative like I'm going to a family's house for Thanksgiving today, if there was a relative there who is at risk, and I thought I was exposed. I understand you don't always know if you're exposed. Then, you know, But if I knew there was a relative that's a diabetic, or, you know, going through chemo or something like that. I'm not sure I would go. You know, but that's my personal decision. If I don't have that relative which I don't I'm gonna go. I just I just I'm tired of politicians and and people telling us that we should be made to feel bad to celebrate Thanksgiving with her family. Like it's it's. It's almost being labeled like a crime in some cities and states. It is be it is a crime. What we talked about yesterday in Oregon, the governor saying, snitch on your neighbor if you see him celebrating Thanksgiving with a large group ridiculous imagining a police on 911, What's your emergency? My neighbors are celebrating Thanksgiving. Yeah, I'm just saying that is is it blows my mind? I could just pick. I could just picture the guy tweeting, you know, Stay home. Don't gather. We're all in this together. Okay, sir, Would you like peanuts or pretzels? He's just doing it in the plane. I'm just picturing that at 7 56 that w B a P coming up next the turkey trot and Fort Worth actually going to happen this year despite covert, it's just gonna be a little bit of different. We'll talk to Reagan Ferguson. He is The head of the volunteers at the turkey. Trot Nicola say he's got the eight o'clock news next Tarrant County Health officials have a message for residents stories next due to overwhelming response last.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:42 min | 5 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hopefully the first and last Thanksgiving will have during a pandemic advice today is to keep your Thanksgiving feast to members of your own household and avoid gatherings of extended family or multiple families. Right now. One in 41 Coloradans are considered contagious with Corona virus, but it really depends where you are in the state. The number of people infectious is one in 29 in south central and southeastern Colorado. The number is one in 39 in Adams County. But other parts of the metro area are better than the statewide average. In Arapahoe County. It's one in 67 in Boulder County, one in 147. Denver is close to the state average out one in 48 people being infectious. Cathy Walker Ko, a news radio governor. Polos has tested negative for Corona virus after being exposed to someone who has it. The governor is going into quarantine just to be safe, and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is making national news for all the wrong reasons. Here's how it played out on Fox, the mayor of Denver, is apologizing for flying out of town to a Thanksgiving celebration. Despite the fact he warned against doing just that Mayor Michael Hancock Took a flying from Denver to Mississippi on Wednesday so he could join his wife and daughter for Thanksgiving. At morning before he took off, he tweeted quote, pass the potatoes, not covert and host virtual gatherings instead of in person dinners. Avoid travel if you can offer a major online back last, the mayor apologizing in a lengthy statement explaining that his daughter just took a job in Mississippi and that he thought it would be safer for him to fly there. Instead of flying both wife and daughter to him, John saucy, a Fox news and Here's some things giving food for thought. Cooking at home raises the Risk of home fires. Thanksgiving is the number one most dangerous day for hope fires because so many folks are cooking, so we know that the national Home Fire risk increases about three times that of an average day and Skylar McKinley with Colorado Triple A, the biggest mistake that leads to fires, leaving the kitchen unattended. Did you know holiday decorations and sports nets could be deadly for wildlife. This is what happens when wildlife gets snagged in sports nets here, get hung up and they freak out. You know, in a hammock or something, and you know they break their necks and and die. Joe Lewandowski with state parks and Wildlife says, you need to think about how you put up your holiday decorations over 6 ft. Or if you're going to attach him Had some fight to trees and buildings. Don't just drape them over shrubs and things like that, he says. Every year and most gets stuck in household items and die Susan Wicked K away News Radio in sports. Today's Colorado State Air Force game has been canceled due the positive covert 19 tests in the CSU program game is being declared a no contest by the Mountain West.

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Denver mayor travels for holiday after urging others to stay home

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Denver mayor travels for holiday after urging others to stay home

"Apology from the mayor of Denver for traveling after telling residents not to fly anywhere for Thanksgiving. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has been pleading with people in his city to avoid travel for Thanksgiving. Now it's known he flew off to Mississippi to celebrate the Holiday with his wife and daughter, Hancock, now releasing a statement, saying he apologizes to residents of Denver who see his decision is conflicting with the guidance to stay at home. He says he made his decision as a husband and a father and that he asks people to forgive decisions that are born out of his heart and not his head like Stone, ABC News

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Denver mayor travels for Thanksgiving after urging people to stay home

Big Al and JoJo

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Denver mayor travels for Thanksgiving after urging people to stay home

"Mayor Michael Hancock said this last week? I'm asking Emerging. I'm pleading with everyone. Please stay home. Please On Lee go out for essential services Stay home, maybe put up holiday decorations but stayed home Well, he didn't heed his own advice and flew to Mississippi today to see his wife and daughter. The mayor has now issued a statement apologizing to residents of Denver, saying he thought it was safer for him to travel than have his wife and daughter traveled back to Denver. He asked for forgiveness and said his decision was born in his heart. Not his head after

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Colorado coronavirus hospitalizations up 40%

Tom Sullivan

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Colorado coronavirus hospitalizations up 40%

"As the election plays out, the US struggling with Corona virus case is hitting a new record of daily highs in Colorado. Hospitalizations were up 40% today after Governor Jared Polish estimated one And every 100 people in Colorado is likely contagious. Denver Mayor Michael Hancocks asking residents of the state's largest city to be home by 10 P.m.. That's also the time alcohol sales and in person. Businesses must cease. Mayor says the orders about targeting late night House parties, public health officials in the area of said those were the reason cases and hospitalizations are climbing. You're listening to ABC News

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cases on the rise in 30 states, including Colorado and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says the number of cases reaching the same point As the height of the pandemic and hospitalizations have risen by 37% as well. If that trend continues, the mile high city could be looking at a return to stricter covert 19 guidelines right now, looking at what that could mean and what it looks like with Mayor Michael Hancock Mayer. Thank you so much for flexibility. We appreciate it. No, no problem. Sorry for the mix up this morning, and it's all good. So what is most concerning about the recent data that you're seeing? Well, we're going back to the spring where things were very difficult, tenuous. And, as you know, had a tremendous impact in economy that we're still, you know, not of not unclear yet on this. We have a lot of work to do to rebuild the economy to put people back to work. And a lot of lives have been destroyed. We lost a lot of people, so we simply don't want to go back there and we tend to be at this point. We tend to be trending in that direction is that because we become have we become more lax and what we're doing is just because we're circulating Mohr. Why have the number's gone up a bit? I think people just continue to revert back to what's comfortable for them, which is a muscle memory. Um, and we're starting to see more of that smaller groups come together, but they are coming together. And so I think it's a combination of people not so much getting lax, but just going backto muscle memory of getting out little more going to the restaurant getting together and house party with all of group of people. And, you know, you just don't know where those people have. Where everyone has been who they've company can contact with was not hearing the virus. And of course, you also have them people returning back to our college campuses. We have three great pre large university campuses here, ineffective number, which are also driving our numbers. You know, it's interesting. It's almost like you have to come on with us or any media outlet about every 30 days to remind people. Hey, we're still in the middle of pandemic. And after you do so it seems like or any of our officials. It seems like things them backto. A little better situation is that the fact we just have to remind ourselves and we need folks like you to remind us every day that we're still not through this Absolutely. And I don't mind, you know, sounding the alarm? I think that's what leadership calls for responsibility. I think I have as the government over other elected officials when we see these trends. And our public health officials are pulling our hotel and it is important that we remind the people do the things necessary so we can do what we want to do down the road right now. Important a couple things and we've had one to the tic tac one is where your man Social distance, wash your hands and get a flu shot. And if we do those things, we're going to help protect each other ourselves and our neighbors. I want to quickly pivot on you because I know you've seen a lot of the social unrest with the protest in the city. And in the most recent one where Ah security guard ended up, you know, killing a protest, or at least that is what is alleged to, though they're saying self defence. I understand you said that that security guard didn't have a license to carry a gun in Denver. Where is that up to the security firm to make sure they have that license? Where where was that missed? If you will. Absolutely. It's part of should be part of a security company and their responsibility and ultimately liability. They don't check that individual's responsibility. So in Denver, you are required if you are all security companies, finger 10, for example, have to be registered license. All you ever one of their security officers have to be registered license endeavor. And if you are carrying in there if you're unarmed security guards, you have to have the endorsement only registered license, but you have to have the endorsement of Department of safety and none of our records. Indicate that this individual had any of those and those credentials. Are you starting to see at least the protest stem with less violence. People are still active and still using their voices. But have you seen it? Get a little better over the past couple of weeks, then maybe what? It was early on. You know what I mean? You know, I think generally motive. The most of the protests are peaceful. I think what garners the news. Of course. Her attention is when you have a minority group that stepped out of the side that we're here for publication and engagement with law enforcement and others. Those are the ones who get all the attention. But the vast majority of people who show up want to have their voices heard exercise at First Amendment rights on DH demonstrate peacefully But you know what? We re tend to turn our attention to those who, like Tio, disrupt things, and they get all the attention. So I think yes, we're seeing, you know, continue to see Mark demonstration marches. You don't get a lot of media on that. Because also don't garner violence or Our destruction Only when the other folks show up. We'll decide about this. What we're going to do. Mayor Michael Hancock. Thank you for your time. We appreciate it. As always, take care. Thank you. 7 46 little money news as we transition to the pat and he was talking about the local economy if they have to shut down again, But what directions into the markets headed today? Down So far, I'm afraid, Marty. There's a lot out there for investors to chew on. We are into another.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:46 min | 8 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is Tuesday, where we welcome the mayor of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock to the show. Mayor. How you doing? Mandy. I am getting through. You know, through it. Ah, crap. Town has happened since the last time you were here, and that's an official measuring crap. Ton, but I wantto good. I got what I want to start recent time, and we'll work back and kind of touch on some of the issues that we've kind of been discussing over the last few months. Saturday night, There's a riot in downtown Denver and businesses were smashed and just eight, you know, horrible, awful. People who had no desire to do anything constructive, came down to do destructive things and You have the press conference on Saturday. I commend you on your tone on on Monday on the show, but Dang, I wish we'd had that conversation three months ago, and a lot of people have expressed a great deal of frustration. That for some reason, Saturday's riot was different than all of the other events that we've had downtown where the Capitol Building has been defaced and you know businesses have been smashed and boarded. Up is just why now? Why, After three months did did this get your attention in such a sharp manner? Well, I think one we learned some lessons from the early demonstrations that occurred and but I won't. We'll take you back to my statement. During that time and nice that we see a pattern where we have peaceful demonstrators starting in the early afternoon. As they are beginning the closed down a little bit are least break up. You're seeing a different element that begins to become part of that demonstration, basically, riots and so what? We saw the things such as a confrontation with police graffiti that but the rock throwing the bottle, throwing all the other things that have occurred. And we recognize that this was a different kind of element. Then as things died down and get a transition, you know, one of the things we fought with this crowd is that they intentionally came down. They intentionally carried weapons from the very get go. They were starting. They advance. Pull up and distribute. Ah, weaponry and shields and umbrellas and explosives at least type of. Ah, uh, fireworks. And we saw them with the intentionality not to demonstrate but to riot and so it was a different intention from the very beginning with them, and we were going ahead of them differently, and I decided Saturday night. This was going to be absolutely different, Healthy approaches. We don't learn from the last lesson and we're gonna come out more aggressively. This time. We're going to be very clear. We're drawing the line. In fact, today, Mandy, I formalize my request of the city attorney to elevate The prosecution a restitution of those who have been found to inflict damage on our public and private properties, and that you would they would asking them to collect the data. Necessarily Information desk, Jerry So that we can make sure that we all love a restitution as a priority during the prosecution of these individuals. This is a big question coming at you right now, but a follow up to what you just said. And that is, Is there any effort to hold the organizations that use social media blatantly and openly to suggest that people come downtown and break stuff and bring your weapons? Bring your gear. R R. Is anybody going after them for inciting a riot? Because that seems to know you can you can get these, You know, 13, and I'm going to call them losers that were arrested over the weekend. I guarantee you those people would have a dime. They don't have any money. But you know who's behind this? What we are. We are consulting with the federal agency in our federal partners being the U. S attorney, the FBI F on all of these Here is the interesting thing While we expected and even assume that there's some court nation we hadn't really found a lot of structure. And ah, strong coordination. And so when you talk about such laws are traditionally prosecutorial angles, like inciting a riot you gotta have. You know, you've got to be able to prove that That's exactly what happened. And you know, without structure without an organized effort. It makes it even harder. I'm not an attorney. But we have been advised quite a bit about we're under 10. You stay in partnership communication with, But let me say this to you, and I hope of some of these people are listening. Um, when we find the ability to prosecute people on the federal level for whatever they're doing in our city, that's exactly what we're going to go with him. And so we're making sure that every tool in the toolbox is going to be used, But we're not gonna tolerate this stuff anymore, nor city. So let me ask you this. You said that because the intent of this group of people was entirely different. And I agree with you on that, just in an observation, a ll stand point. These people are not protesting anywhere, Anything. They came down to destroy stuff. That's why they were there. But but in the future How do you and law enforcement and other organizations recognize when a peaceful protest starts to go sideways? What happens then? You know, because then the intent as you said, it got very muddy and in the beginning But that I would absolutely foresee that happening as we continue to see incidents happening around the country that are inflaming things, you know. Yeah, well, I can tell you that they're couple things I want to say to that one. I gotto come in. Denver Police Department. I thought, technically, they did a pretty darn good job Saturday. I watched him die stream. I watched streaming other protests. Jimmy the riots, Uh, Saturday and I thought our officers did tactically would you know they did a good job and making sure that they were able To cut them off and stopped at every turn. They attempted to make. There was damaged downtown. Them were, but what they did was they got got most of the people who, uh, who did that damage and that's important for us to go without. Ah, we got one officer who was injured. Considering what was going on. We could have a lot work going on, and he's gonna be just fine. In fact, it was released that night from the hospital, and so what we're doing. We're gonna take you to monitor situations and we know much better now how to respond. What type of Packers We want to deploy. But also we were sent in a very strong message. We will deploy every possible tool we have available to us in law enforcement term. The prosecution of these individuals who not only hurt individuals are create situations individual could be hurt, but also bring damage on AH public and private property. Mayor. I've been frustrated overall with the response but far more frustrated with the lackadaisical attitude of our governor about what's happening in Denver. I'm ready to run some kind of citizen's initiative to force the governor to live in the governor's mansion because he's been very.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Before we can use the pressure washer. We ever used a pressure washer because government is by nature inefficient and the private sector is efficient. That's your answer. Have you ever used a pressure washer? No. Okay. The first time I ever used it, trying to clean a deck on ly. I didn't know that you were supposed to adjust the power so Oh, no. It gouged a solid half inch into this, doc. That I was cleaning one swipe right across and go. Oh, that stuff will rip off your skin. Be careful with those. Oh, yeah. I didn't know that. I know it now. How easy You got to think the architect is like, man. What an easy payday there paying this much money so they can claim the building. They're paying a $1,000,000 to a guy with a pressure washer. Okay, so being I think they're being too rash. Mandy, they're going to quickly. What you need to do is establish a study group to seem like an architect. We we select and and then continue. We're moving too quickly. But, Dave, wait a minute. If we're gonna have a committee we're going to need to determine the ethnic breakdown of the committee will have one white man because that's really all we need to hear. From there. We're going to need one white woman. One Latina woman, one black woman, a transgender woman If we can find one, and then on the other side we need ah, black, gay man and Hispanic man. Ah, let's see here. An Irish guy would be good just for fun and perhaps someone of Asian culture just to mix things up. You know? And we couldn't continue until we found those people The quorum of the perfect ethnic mix to deal with the graffiti problem of the spray painting and the pressure washing. Yes, Susan with what's happening in your news today, I all I walked in was all these different. Types of people and ethnicities being thrown out. I'm like, Well, what about the Jewish girl? Um, I I don't even know what you're talking about. But if I have to clean up something, okay, I'll do it. You'll be that you'll be the Jew on the okay. Great. Well, now what? The check the jukebox, Dave. We could move on. But There you go. Okay, We've got the Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, who I am going to have in my newscasts because he was a guest on Mandy Connell show. It was a great conversation if you missed it. Well, you're gonna hear a little bit about it right here at 2 30 also a little bit from the governor because while the mayor was talking with Mandy, the governor was also giving an update on covert. 19. It's all coming your way on K O a news radio a 50 AM in 94 1 FM. Keep your phone close and keep it on Kay away News radio for your chance to.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To ABC news. NewsRadio. Time is 302 horror. Police are looking for a suspect after two women were attacked The Highline Canal Trail attacks happen in separate incidents, one on July 8th, the other on Saturday. In that case, a woman have been jogging Saturday morning on the trail near East First Avenue and Moline Street when a man struck her several times with a board. Woman suffered serious injuries was taken to the hospital or a police say the suspect is a Hispanic male around five feet seven with an athletic build and Aspen Manus, counting his blessings after being attacked by a bear. 54 year old Dave turn, Noski told Fox, 31. He woke up early Friday morning to unexpected guests inside his home. I turned around the hallway and looked him straight in the face, and he just went bam and hit me with his Paul one time and I just started screaming at him. I was very deep loud, he decided to go. Bear opened up the door and ran off. He has since been found and euthanize turn off ski needed surgery for wounds to his face and back, but is expected to make a full recovery as covert 19 cases increase in Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is sending a message about wearing mass to reduce the spread of the virus. Face coverings are required. In Denver Mayor says he's concerned about an increase the percentage of people testing positive for the last time I updated you on our co bit impacts are positivity rate was around 3% and today released as of July 3rd, we set at 4.5%. That is not good. We're going in the wrong direction with regards to our positivity rate. Bear says. If that trend continues, the city may have to reinstate measures that could devastate the economy. Well, heat is still on across the state. Fox, 31 meteorologist A Fraser says 90 degree days will continue in the next week. Lucky to dry heat. Our next news updates at 3 30 I'm Tom must await news radio 8 50 AM and 90 for one f ell You wanted to see me? Yes, Please have a seat. So here's the thing When this company brought you on, we took a chance on you. You didn't have that four year college degree. We typically look for right, but we gave you a shot anyway. And since then you've worked incredibly hard And given it your all. Thanks. You've been an important asset to the team, but I don't think you could be an intern here anymore. We want to hire you. You're serious. Absolutely. Find your next great employee. Introduce yourself to the grads of life. Who are they? Talent.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And confidante. He said that he had thought about it. He had followed my pace throughout throughout and he thought that I had been treated Unfairly. Stone was expected to report to federal prison on July 14 to serve 40 months after being convicted last November on charges of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing a congressional investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. You're listening to ABC News Keohane News radio time, 1022 men were able to climb out of a helicopter that crashed in rifle today before it erupted into flames. Those flames touched off a small brushfire. The men were taken to the hospital for treatment of undisclosed injuries. The crash happened near the Colorado Mountain College campus in rifle Rifle. Police say it was a smaller helicopter. Officials from the NTSB and FAA are on their way to investigate that crash. Denver says it's approved 250 applications that allow for outside areas for restaurants and bars, the city's received 300 applications. The approval percentages 83. The idea is to give people a safer way to dine out. And to allow establishments to serve more people and be more profitable. Several street closures have been approved for outside dining. Those outside permits are good through September 7th. As covert 19 cases increase in Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is sending a message about wearing masks to reduce the virus has spread face coverings are required in Denver. The mayor says he's concerned about an increase in the percentage of people testing positive. For the last time I updated you on our cove. It impacts Our positivity rate was around 3%. And today our lease as of July 3rd reset at 4.5%. That is not good. We're going in the wrong direction with regards to our positivity rate. The mayor warns they could have to reinstitute measures that could devastate the economy. This will likely be the 10th straight day it's been over 90 degrees in Denver, Fox 30 one's Day Frazer longest stretch was back in the hot summer of 2012 when we had 24 consecutive.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Possibility of students returning for the new school year now seemingly less likely in many parts of the country like California, which is still reporting, rising infection rates and hospitalizations in the Cova 19 crisis, ABC Serene Shah has more in California. The teachers union in Los Angeles is demanding all schools stay closed. There is not enough time. For the district to put together the detailed, rigorous plans that must be in place to physically reopen our site. Meanwhile, in the northern part of the state researchers at UCSF teaching kids how to do their own Kobe 19 tests and Hope school could use a similar system in the future. President Trump is pushing hard in opening schools threatening to hold federal funding for district's that don't fully open. And Texas is trying to deal with a surgeon Corona virus cases just in the Houston area, the number of patients and eating and I see you bet has risen every day. For the past week. McKeon is the CEO of the Texas Medical Center in Houston. We used to be known as one of the states that had it completely under control, and now we're in the top two or three states that are looking at this massive surge, he says. Even when beds are available, there's not enough staff to take care of the patients lying in them. Meanwhile, a New York state covert 19 hospitalizations dropped below 800 Friday. That's the lowest since March 18th President Trump has pardon Roger Stone, saving him from a 40 month prison sentence. Stone, a longtime advisor and ally to the president, was found guilty of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. In a statement, the White House press secretary calling Stone a victim of the Russia hoax Saying he has already suffered greatly and echoing the president's repeated claims that he was treated very unfairly. ABC is Rachel Scott. They're a record he'd expected in the Southwest. As a heatwave grips large parts of the nation. Phoenix temperatures will likely reach 116 degrees or higher. You're listening to ABC News News radio time. 10 02 You might want to look for an umbrella or Mr Today We've got another hot one ahead with an expected high of 94 for the Denver area. Russell Dickinson with the National Weather Service says that string of 90 degree plus days maybe broken up briefly this coming week. The Hyeon Denver's forecast 87 on Tuesday. In 90 and Wednesday. We may get a break from the nineties only then climb back up well into the nineties by the late work week, Dickinson says a high pressure system that's been parked over the four corners region has spurred the recent heat wave. Mayor Michael Hancock is sounding an alarm.

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Denver, Boulder residents ordered to stay home.

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00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Denver, Boulder residents ordered to stay home.

"Radio three of five Denver and boulder residents will be ordered to stay home but mayor Michael Hancock says there's no need to stock up on food or other items you do not have need to do that you can go to the grocery store to grab your essential items but then again return back home people can get outside for fresh air as long as they are social distancing the stay at home orders will last until at least April tenth that's two weeks from this

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Governor orders dining rooms, theatres, gyms in Colorado closed amid coronavirus

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Governor orders dining rooms, theatres, gyms in Colorado closed amid coronavirus

"Governor Jerry Polish has restricted operations for bars restaurants movie theaters gyms and casinos in Colorado the hope is to slow the spread of the corona virus in the states for taking aggressive action we hope ahead of where Italy did at a similar stage by closing restaurants theaters bars were prevented a lot of those places that people congregate fifty a hundred two hundred where the disease is rapidly spread restaurants can still offer takeout drive through our delivery options for customers Colorado now has one hundred sixty confirmed cases of the corona virus there are one hundred four hospitals in Colorado with a nearly thirteen thousand licensed hospital beds not all of the beds would be available for covert nineteen response as somewhere within facilities like children's or psychiatric hospitals officials are not speculating if these numbers will be enough to service potential covert nineteen patients but officials are working to create more bed space Denver mayor Michael Hancock also

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Thanksgiving travelers face heavy snow and hurricane-force winds

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Thanksgiving travelers face heavy snow and hurricane-force winds

"Because because the weather already causing headaches for travelers trying to reach their holiday destinations heavy snow in parts of the Rockies high winds across the Pacific Northwest snow wind and rain in the Midwest Denver mayor Michael Hancock says it with more than a half a foot of snow on the ground city government has been close and we took a look at the modeling around the forecast of the storm and of course looking at the school system and the state conversations it was we all determined for the sick of safety for all of our employees it's best to go ahead and close down the the city

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Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

Here & Now

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

"Give us the one. Oh, one on magic mushrooms is still assignment mushrooms or psychedelics that can cause loosen Asians and along with several other psychedelics. They were made federally illegal in nineteen seventy souls Ibon is a schedule one drug. So that's the same classification as heroin and cocaine, obviously, some people who use them or using them wreck your recreationally, but there's also been quite a bit of research in the last couple of decades into their potential medical use specifically for mental illness and the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Does warn though that large amounts of slow Siping can cause panic attacks in psychosis. And that an overdose can be deadly. Now this initiative that's on the ballot today. Invent Denver doesn't actually legalize the mushrooms. The goal is just to d- prioritize to the greatest extent possible. The criminal penalties for using. And possessing the mushrooms how how would that work, right? The municipal election, obviously, can't change state or federal law. So. So the ballot measure if it passes it will still be illegal to possess or use like Delic mushrooms but this initiative could reduce drug arrests. So essentially at a directs law enforcement to focus his attention on every other crime, including jaywalking before it enforces laws that make magic mushrooms illegal. Jaywalking would be a higher priority. Interesting where did this initiative come from? What's the argument in favor of it? So the group campaigning for this measure is called decriminalized Denver, and they try to get the measure on the ballot last year and failed. But this year, they got the signatures they needed so they're pointing to potential medical benefits and the FDA granted so's I've been based treatment for depression breakthrough therapy status. That's a process that expedites the development and review of new treatment. Johns hopkins. Researchers also found some evidence that suicide and could help treat some forms of anxiety and depression and the campaign manager, Kevin Matthews actually, credits solicitation with saving his life. When he struggled with depression. So people are pointing to those to the potential meta medical benefits is what they're. Rounding their campaign, and what about the opposition dippers mayor Michael Hancock opposes about initiative beyond that there's not much if any vocal opposition coming out of Denver. The public had the opportunity to submit comments on the ballot initiative and no one submitted a common against it. Probably the most prominent opposition voice has been this intense institute, and that's Colorado Christian university think tank based in Lakewood, Colorado, and that's just west of Denver and Jefferson County, and they're concerned about safety as well as the area's reputation as sort of drug haven is there any indication of whether this is gonna pass today. People in favor of the measure have certainly been more vocal than those opposed. And we know that the decriminalize Denver group got more than five thousand validated signatures from city residents to get the question on the ballot. But more than seven hundred thousand people live in the city of Denver. So whether or not they've gathered enough momentum for the initiative to pass. I don't think we can say until we see the results and up avenue. The reason that everybody is paying attention to this so closely today's because Colorado is one of the first states where Merrill. Wanna became legal? And now that has happened to all across this country. People are wondering whether this idea of decriminalizing hallucinogenic mushrooms is going to become something that other states do right? And there's definitely interest in other states. The Republican lawmaker in Iowa recently proposed a Bill to legalize slow Sivan for medical use inter move it from I was list of controlled substances in a group in California tried to get a criminalization on their question on their ballot in two thousand eighteen but they didn't get enough signatures. So whether or not it's gaining traction. It's certainly has some interest that is Avery Lil from Colorado public radio as we wait to see what voters in Denver decide today that could be the first city to decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic

Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

Here & Now

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'

"Will vote Denver deciding today whether to become the first US city to drape decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic mushrooms the measure on today's ballot would bar officials from spending. Resources to impose criminal penalties for personal use and possession of the drug. Joining me now is every Lil from Colorado public radio. Hi, every hi, Jeremy and first of all just give us the one on one on magic mushrooms suicide mushrooms are psychedelics that can cause loosen Asians and along with several other psychedelics. They were made federally illegal in nineteen seventy so's Ivan as a schedule one drug, so that's the same classification as heroin and cocaine obviously, some people who use them or using them wreck your recreationally, but there's also been quite a bit of research in the last couple of decades into their potential medical use specifically for mental illness and the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Does warn though that large amounts of slow saving can cause panic attacks in psychosis. And that an overdose can be deadly. Now this initiative that's on the ballot today. Invent Denver doesn't actually legalize the mushrooms. The goal is just to deep prioritize to the greatest extent possible. The criminal penalties for using and possessing the mush. Shrooms? How would that work, right? The municipal election, obviously, can't change state or federal law. So the ballot measure if it passes it will still be illegal to possess or use like mushrooms but this initiative could reduce drug arrests. So essentially at a directs law enforcement to focus his attention on every other crime Gooding jaywalking before it enforces laws that make magic mushrooms illegal. Jaywalking would be a higher priority. Interesting where did this initiative come from? What's the argument in favor of it? So the group campaigning for this measure is called decriminalized Denver, and they tried to get the measure on the ballot last year and failed. But this year, they got the signatures they needed so they're pointing to potential medical benefits and the FDA granted so's siphoned based treatment for depression breakthrough therapy status. That's a process that expedites the development and review of new treatment. Johns hopkins. Researchers also found some evidence that suicide and could help treat some forms of anxiety and depression. And the campaign manager Kevin Matthews actually credits suicide with saving his life. When he struggled with depression. So people are pointing to those two potential meta medical benefits is what they're grounding their campaign. And what about the opposition differs mayor Michael Hancock opposes the ballot initiative beyond that there's not much if any vocal opposition coming out of Denver. The public had the opportunity to submit comments on the ballot initiative and no-one submitted a comment against it. Probably the most prominent opposition voice has been this intense institute, and that's a Colorado Christian university think tank based in Lakewood, Colorado, and that's just west of Denver and Jefferson County, and they're concerned about safety as well as the area's reputation as sort of drug haven is there any indication of whether this is going to pass today. People in favor of the measure have certainly been more vocal than those opposed. And we know that the decriminalize Denver group got more than five thousand validated signatures from city residents to get the question on the ballot. But more than seven hundred thousand people live in the city of Denver. So whether or not. Have gathered enough momentum for the initiative to pass. I don't think we could say until we see the results and Abbas the reason that everybody is paying attention to this so closely today's because Colorado is one of the first states where marijuana became legal. And now that has happened all across this country. People are wondering whether this idea of decriminalizing hallucinogenic mushrooms is going to become something that other states do right? And there's definitely interest in other states. The Republican lawmaker in Iowa recently proposed a Bill to legalize slow Sivan for medical use inter move it from I was list of controlled substances in a group in California tried to get into criminalization on their question on their ballot in two thousand eighteen but they didn't get enough signatures. So whether or not it's gaining traction. It certainly has some interest that is Avery Lil from Colorado public radio as we wait to see what voters in Denver decide today that could be the first city to decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic mushrooms every

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Own Denver mayor Michael Hancock who is there. Good morning. Good morning, April. Good morning Marty. Have you? We'll talk about some of those issues. But I thought it was interesting house speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to your group yesterday. Did she talk about the shutdown? What did she say? Yes, she, you know, she framed it very well in terms of what really is at stake here. And that, you know, particularly regarding the wall that it's really not a border. I mean, a security element that works, and that they're much more innovative and smart ways to increase our border security, which the Democrats want to do. But you gotta get this government back open and moving forward and making sure our federal employees and get back to work families are being impacted a nation is being impacted. You know, I'm reading this morning watching on the news about our airports and how our air traffic controllers are now concerned about their. To keep everyone say, this is just had this is nonsense. And we got an ended as quickly as possible. So I imagine mayor you were commiserating with the other mayors about how the shutdowns impacted each of your individual cities any stories you want to share and reveal that that, you know, people maybe could really understand what most mayors are talking about how their resident federal employees are being impacted, and you know, and how they are going to try to do whatever they can't similar to what Denver Dan in terms of our temporary mortgage assistance program try to move in and help their residents. Not a lot of the cities have the same tool that Denver has to deploy as you know, we have that written our budget. So they're more concerned about how they can provide some of the other support services for their resident or citizen, federal employees. It's it's devastating right now. And we're more concerned as we inch closer to the end of the month and another missed paycheck for federal employees paycheck tomorrow. We just had the city of Thornton. They're doing something creative where they're, you know, letting people not pay their water bills for thirty days is the city of Denver looking at doing even more. I guess down the road is this continues April. You might recall, we we announced the temporary mortgage assistance program that also includes utility assistance medicine available to all of our residents. So if they followed and find themselves behind in water would be included in utilities, so that's available for them as well. They can come back and not only get their mortgage covered in and get some assistance there. But also with their utilities, you've talked about this before sometimes the federal government and the nation's can can look at actual mayors in the city because you and act a lot of the policies you have to find solutions. You can't just shut things down. You got to find solutions doubt about the Susan's Marty? So well said we don't have that option. You can't shut down and picking up a tragic shut down your police officers or your police department. Our federal your fire department. You can't shut down the road improvement. We've got to respond by law every one of us have a balanced budget requirements, and we we have to deploy the services, but let me just. Make one thing asshole very clear, we're closer to the people. So and we are the same people. We don't get the chance to get away to DC and be disconnected from Arkansas tissue. That's not something we desire, and that's something. That's why we're mayors. Thanks so much for the few minutes. We got with you. You bet. Take care. Bye. Mayor hancock. Thank you for your time. Eight fifteen.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Now on Colorado's morning news. Who'll be Denver's next mayor. The list of candidates is growing by the day. It seems today you can add another name, very familiar one. Mayor Michael Hancock is set to announce his campaign tonight right now, the mayor joins us live. Good morning mayor good morning, April. Good morning Marty. Was there ever any doubt that you would run to keep your job was this something you had to think about? Yeah. To run for third term. For third term. Typically entire family has to be involved in. It's been a journey. Very there's a lot of time with my family to really I think about you've had now been running the city for a while. Now, what are your new thoughts and visions for Denver moving forward? One of the things we teased in the news was talking about transportation infrastructure, and those things do we have to get better and improve upon. What can you do? Well, very good question. So listen, I think in in segments, first and foremost, the first term it's really about deploying identifying the point tool for bringing the city up recession. The second term was about deplorable school and city by going globally expand spend a lot of time around the world, connecting twelve international destinations working on job over hundred thousand plus jobs, eighty one hundred small number deepening our economy, and helping to grow it. The third time is exactly where you're going. I see didn't really three things we want to create a more diverse equitable economy where people have a chance to really participate and be a part of this prosperity. That we've had severe include loosening. The grip of the rake stagnation that we've seen in this country and our city for last year and raising minimum. Facility improving gap between men and local businesses. And to your point Marty. How do we use mobility non as an impediment to people as a way to level the playing field? Continue to be woke me city fighting for civil rights things necessary to help you with a walkman city. Neighborhoods drive. It'd be critically important and third. Finally, how we modernizer sitting in that includes making sure that weird or smart city in that technology is being reported. Curb? Because we've always been followed that up, and that means we've got to deploy great technology, even for mobility. They help ease congestion, but be smarter in how we move people about the city as I mentioned in our intro into a lot of folks want your job one common theme. We've heard when we've talked to these people is that the homeless situation in Denver is absolutely untenable. And seems to be getting worse. Not better. What are you gonna do about that? Well, where people don't understand first of all one more person. We'll have a basketball from. This is a great job. You know? Wants to be more than a notion that they want to be there and the cake on conflict issues like homelessness. It's not just about shelter. If it worked about shelter. We would've solved a long time ago. But right now, the city of Denver and many other things around the country are dealing with the epidemic the opioid epidemic in our country begin with mental Health Association of mental health, many of these people ninety one going door shelter beds. I've opened up readers. We put a lot of people transitional housing we've done some the most innovative models country,.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cantu. The Justice department says it's a call to action its annual report showing more than seventy one hundred hate crimes in the US last year. A seventeen percent increase. Most of the crimes were motivated by a bias involving race ethnicity or ancestry, and the FBI noted particular increases in bias crimes against blacks, gay men and Jews. The report comes after what was called the deadliest anti semitic attack in American history at the synagogue in. Pittsburgh the Anti-Defamation League said more must be done to address the divisive climate of hate in America. ABC's Aaron Katersky. Six more bodies recovered from burned out homes in paradise California that brings the death toll from the northern California wildfire to forty eight Cal fire's Jonathan Fainberg says containment is at thirty five percent. But they're not we nearly out of the woods. You will continue to be extraordinarily dry. It has been two hundred twelve days since the lower elevations. Here have received a half, an inch of rain, and we are seeing record levels of fuel dryness availability. Five days later. Hundreds of people are still waiting for word on their loved ones. Currently unaccounted for unclear if President Trump will sign off on it. But a bipartisan group of senators has reached a tentative agreement on the first. Major rewrite of federal sentencing guidelines since the turn of the century, the UN and Egypt may have succeeded in pulling Israel and HAMAs from the brink of war in Gaza, HAMAs and other militant Palestinian factions announcing they've agreed to a ceasefire with Israel that after they launched four hundred and sixty rockets on southern Israel in twenty four hours killing one and injuring dozens of others reprisal Israeli airstrikes on one hundred and sixty targets in Gaza killed at least seven Palestinians. Israel's prime minister did not officially accept the Egyptian mediated deal. But a senior source indicated quiet from Gaza will be met with quiet from Israel, Giordano Miller, ABC news Jerusalem. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time is one oh to Denver city council last night approved. Mayor Michael Hancock proposed twenty.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We will see. The chance of a few afternoon and evening isolated thunder storms across. The front range in eastern planes after that we heat right back on up to the upper nineties with lots of sunshine from CBS, four I'm meteorologist Lauren Whitney on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty, AM and ninety four one FM we've got seventy eight, degrees in centennial with his quest to run for. A third, term next year just around the corner Denver's mayor Michael Hancock used, his state of the city speech today talking about preserving neighborhoods while creating more housing. Handcuffs says affordable housing is a top priority for his administration he. Says forty million dollars is. Being spent on affordable housing just this year. And he wants to, make sure that. Growth doesn't push people out of their neighborhood we. Will be establishing a new neighborhood equity stabilization team, called missed the team. Will deploy resources specifically tater to neighborhoods that are under threat justification is Public and private investment comes in mayor says he wants to make sure that the culture of Denver's. Neighborhoods is, preserved Jerry Bill KOA NewsRadio and announce candidate already running against mayor Hancock says the mayor's promises. Rarely become reality. Cave on Kellet Bari's says the growing city is out of control. This growth has been poorly managed to displacement dramatic surge in the cost of living and tensions in our community Kalibari says many people, are feeling they are being pushed out of Denver because, they no longer can afford to live in the city, strong reaction today from both sides of the political. Aisle to, the president saying that there is no reason why Russia would meddle, in US elections have great confidence in my intelligence people but I will tell you. That President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today. GOP Senator John Cornyn of Texas believes US intelligence officials and the FBI. And defense The special, counsels indictment of twelve Russian intelligent agents for election-related hacking believe Mr Putin intelligence officials The Community, assessment and I believe the Robert Norris now presented the same federal judge ordered a live illegal immigrant, children and their parents be reunited is now ordering deportations of families who've been reunited be. Stopped the halt is temporary for now the judge giving the federal government one week to respond before he issues a permanent. Ruling the ACLU is arguing that mass deportations families may happen to quickly before anyone is certain that entire families aren't being deported in properly the judge granting a one week pause on deportations of families that have just been. Reunited that's ABC's Alec stone Hawaii, officials confirming. Twenty-three people been hurt after a lava, bomb hit a tour boat this, morning the lava bomb bomber flying chunk of molten rock tore through the boats roof and damaged the railing our next news updates at six..

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on X96

X96

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on X96

"The son of denver mayor michael hancock is heard telling police officer caught on you know i guess the police officers of video body cam my dad is the mayor you f ing f i can't say either of those words he saying this to a cop okay now this is just a traffic stop he's the mayor of he's the son of the denver of denver's mayor the twenty second clip sent by an anonymous source to the denver channel john denver tv channel was published on tuesday and reportedly recorded while jordan hancock was being ticketed for driving sixty five miles an hour in a forty miles own guess what i'm about to get you fired you f ing be blank blank blank h bitch oh yeah those are you say that wondering candidate number three sorry you're in aurora all right there you go let's review the first two and vote candidate number one zombies made me do it that's why man says he stole a front end loader and started ramming cars at walmart parking lot don't got to secure those loaders out there on creosote road load boehner candidate number two airbnb being black in a white neighborhood a woman who said she saw some burglars they were actually just black airbnb guests but they they called the cops and the cops showed up in force and boehner candidate number three sorry you're in aurora right here we go this is round two of your boehner voting you've got to decide which of these three candidates is the worst which one of these three deserve to be the contender in round two to possibly become boehner of the day we throw the winners of round one and round two into the boehner dome for boehner fight you decide boehner of the day at nine twenty so pick your warrior one two or three i remember the candidate number put it in the message of a text three three nine eight six if the tax number you can call eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six.

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London, Florida and Michael Hancock discussed on Mandy Connell

Mandy Connell

01:59 min | 3 years ago

London, Florida and Michael Hancock discussed on Mandy Connell

"Five seventy madeleine these guys are real estate elevated climate change i guess i haven't made up my mind yet but i do know you can never be sure what our weather's gonna be from one day to the next know what to expect with colorado's news traffic and weather station iheartradio station we newsradio time is one thirty good afternoon i'm susan witkin secretary of state rex tillerson's talking about his firing tillerson says he's focused on an orderly and smooth transition in this tap deputy secretary of state john sullivan to lead the state department until a new secretary is confirmed by the senate the president is nominating cia director mike pompeo as secretary of state tillerson last day will be march thirty first the president has picked gina house bowl to replace pompeo at the cia she's the first woman chosen to run the spy agency and currently serves as the deputy director of the cia governor hickenlooper says he is reluctant to talk about sexual harassment issues involving state senator randy baumgartner and denver mayor michael hancock everybody wants everybody to a pine on everything john always constructive asked about the denver mayor today the governor says what happens next is up to city council and is the baumgartner case the governor says he's found that anytime he tells lawmakers what to do it doesn't go very well british police now investigating the death of another russian exile in london nikolai glushkov was found dead in his home in south london he was a close associated of leading critic of ladimir putin in florida prosecutors say they are seeking the death penalty for nicholas cruise the student charge and the parkland school massacre cruises attorney called the announcement unexpected saying cruise was ready to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence the dow down one hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred losing eighteen the nasdaq off seventy nine our next news updates at two o'clock i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm traffic and weather together now here's rick morgan.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jon rahm koa newsradio time is 930 never mayor michael hancock admits he sent on professional text messages to a now former member of his security detail but says it wasn't sexual harassment the denver cobb who is making those accusations says otherwise detective leslie branch wise says text from the mayor in 2011 in 2012 were harassment after her interview on denver seven hancock says he didn't know she felt uncomfortable i sincerely apologise to detective branch wise to my wife and family and to the people denver i trusted those whom no meanwhile recognize that this is not the full measure of my character who i am as a husband a father a son for mayor of this great city and cox says he didn't make any sexual advances or inappropriate physical contact with branch wise rockies fall to the la angels in spring training five two our next update at ten o'clock rod dawson koa newsradio 850 am and ninety four one fm construction is our biggest problem right now i'm seeing some slow speeds in the eastern lanes of c 470 through the highland's ranch area that longterm construction added again so it's jammed up just a touch rate here we're seeing it slow as you make your way between quebec and uh yosemite both directions of i 25 the wide open yes we've got some crews between lincoln and ridge gay but again not seeing any stop and go to 25 near colfax we've got crews out there as well but again it is just smooth sailing out here cbs 4 weather partly cloudy tonight twenty five degrees for your low wednesday mostly sunny warming up to about a high of forty five degrees and then 50s for thursday thirty eight degrees right now i'm sure pohlmann on koa newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather station i'm nick soboleski a selectquote agent with a true story that.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Time is night out denver mayor michael hancock as smiling on this election night hancock tonight as veterans to aa to g pass handle eight derides voting for nearly a billion dollars worth of things like wreck centers sidewalks much much more all right so show that they're willing to invest in their city and it won't be top garden skin troll denver's urban heatisland what are the most expensive school board racist took place in douglas county right now the leaders all belong to the community matters slate anthony grass the antichrist shor kevin leong and chris to meant a three candidates on the jeffco's school board that were voted in on a 2015 recall vote have all won reelection brad rupert susan harmon environmental missile ran on a post embryo veal voters passed a controversial ballot issue that gives them more local oversight of oil and gas operations are state is mourning the loss of a great baseball player former pitcher roy halliday died in a plane crash just west of saint petersburg in the gulf of mexico major scout scouts henderson says he's never seen another pitcher like roy halliday i've been a scout now for twenty four years and with all due respect all of the wonderful athletes that i've seen come through this area here in denver there's only one like it was it held at graduated from our vat a west high school he was only forty years old our next update at nine thirty rod dawson koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm conditions in the high country lethem aimed at i seventy sat down at vail pass right now several flight off several accidents in the area during the clean obscene chants flake out there we still have some snow falling in it's just intermittent chain jackson eyes you know that you're out winter is back i rambo there an accident alert status because of the snow fall that is creating several accidents cryotherapy can in a crash and everybody's ok to six scenes information don't call the ball they're police right now because they have so many accents that they're working around town now nothing i five north and southbound from north glenn all the.

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"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mayor michael hancock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Hey a mayor michael hancock and his gang what was it line three billiondollar operating budget capital improvement budget full civilian gummy of denver everything good i heard this is just based on what i heard because i didn't hurt the whole speech but the new stations are all reporting the murder and called for the state of the city address talks about a good things and how he's going to spin this baubles 2 billion dollar city budget and it's gonna be spin on the malone stuff the world worked social welfare and that got me to think that you know what happened to fight i decided it it seems to me doesn't seem to me it is factually correct that then mayor john hickenlooper who is currently the governor of pathetic slate of colorado i'm going to study the great state of colorado which i i still believe the imperatively we are greek state but we're so overrun by liberalism and democrats that it's just you know come move we're turning into we'll safari color we need a little state and really bugs me because i mean we're we're we're the home of of pioneer were the homeless douglas pike wheel the home of the you know come on october two thousand three can anybody calculate how long ago that was let's just pretend rhodium.

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