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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:22 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Time on radio dot com on your desktop smart speakers for the free radio dot com app is your forecast on newstalk eight threo WCCO all right it looks like this the stormy and hot week ahead this afternoon a thirty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms otherwise a partly sunny day the high near eighty eight tonight showers and thunderstorms some of those could be severe so be aware of that tonight the low seventy three tomorrow Monday a thirty percent chance of showers and a high Monday near ninety with heat index values as high as ninety six Tuesday forty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms otherwise sunny and ninety again Wednesday a fifty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms sunny and a high near ninety Thursday more showers and thunderstorms and a high near ninety sold a scorcher with storms right now mostly cloudy eighty two degrees at WCCO radio dot com Sunday nights at seven on newstalk eight three WCCO with you I'll talk with machine he is kicking off a three part series right now called crisis in Minneapolis my vision is that we would hear from other people in the next two Sundays to add to today's conversation I have invitations out to mayor Jacob fry and two chief Medaria Arradondo I hope they say yes more invitations will go out to some of Minneapolis city council members and I'm asking you listeners if you have people who should be part of this conversation or you are one of those people who should be part of the crisis in Minneapolis series I want to hear from you you can tweet me at risk Cheney are you can certainly go to WCCO radio dot com and find my show page and email me there it's pretty easy to find me I would love to hear from you we're going to kick off part one though with a man who has pretty much been called every name in the book plus more the last several weeks and even prior to the death of George Floyd and I thought it would be good to talk with him directly today.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:04 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Section more gunfire in the Twin Cities metro yesterday authorities are still searching for suspects in all of the incidents in Minneapolis police say a total of nine people suffered non life threatening injuries in three separate shooting incidents yesterday all in broad daylight there was also a stabbing death of the four hundred block of Nicolette Avenue this comes after more than twenty people were shot in the city over the weekend two of those shootings fatal MPD chief Medaria Arradondo many of these victims of gunshot violence in gunshot wounds because of our African American community and I want to say this here very clearly their lives are not disposable in Saint Paul al shock newstalk eight three WCCO shootings reported in Minneapolis yesterday when the sixteen hundred block of north Morgan Avenue six hundred west Broadway at the intersection of twenty Fifth Avenue and fourth street meanwhile police in crystal best to getting a triple shooting outside of a bar it was the scene of a fatal incident just about twenty four hours prior officers were called again last night to big Louie's bar in the fifty two hundred block of west Broadway around ten thirty that's where they found two men in their mid twenties suffering from multiple gunshot wounds those ones apparently not life threatening awhile later thirty five year old man arrived at the hospital he was shot as well apparently from the same incident the night before a twenty seven year old was killed after getting shot in the parking lot police do not know if they're related we are hearing for the first time this morning from controversy police union president Bob Kroll in a taped interview with Gayle king on CBS this morning he does not comment on the George Floyd killing specifically citing lack of evidence that they've reviewed including body cameras we would just like to see what we are entitled to an agreement in our policy is our officer's body camera footage it may shed some light that were unaware of right now we can't we cannot make an informed decision regarding the other officers that do not appear on camera cold does go on to say that the video that is out there does quote look and sound horrible CDS by the way the owner WCCO television where Kroll's wife is employed as a reporter WCCO radio is not owned by CBS three Republican state senators today calling on the justice department to look into the Minneapolis police department's response to rioting that happened after the Floyd death senator Scott Newman of Hutchinson telling Dave Lee on the morning news this morning that the proposed pattern and practice investigation is the first step toward what he calls meaningful police reform we know there's a problem but we don't know all the the nature and extent of it I think we have to first identify that then we can adequately begin addressing what necessary reforms are needed and what the legal entity be it the city of Minneapolis the state of Minnesota or the federal government is going to be required to initiate those reforms U. S. senators Klobuchar and Smith asked the justice department for a similar investigation earlier this month but Attorney General William Barr denied that request the corona virus pandemic appears to have kept many people for making the regular visits to the doctor with parents failing to update their children's immunizations Dr David Hilton of WCCO is healthy matter says this is a major problem this is actually becoming a quite a big secondary worry of ours not vaccinating children is very is very risky things like needles to come back and and more cops and things that we have actually people are slowly starting to get back into care and we're resilient currency parents get your kids a vaccine Dr Hilton also telling us this morning they have yet to see a significant case search related to the protests of late he says perhaps it's because they were outdoors and people are constantly on the move the spread may have been prevented to an extent WCCO news time is nine oh seven weather next by the yard maintenance free outdoor furniture from recycled plastic milk jugs you never have to store the show rooms are open or visit.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Driver is to try to stamp out to run a virus again it was declared gone in early June then it came back underlining just how tenacious this infection really is NASCAR's investigating the discovery of a noose in the garage of one of the sport's only black drivers bubble Wallace was NASCAR's only black driver and it's a league Cup series issued a statement he called it a despicable act of racism and hate but he says it will not break me I will not back down he will be in today's race at Talladega CBS's Steve Bartman reporting the incident happened a week after NASCAR banned the Confederate flag from its events growing voices across the country calling for police reform are being heard in Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo discussed his efforts to get its force on the right side of history CBS news correspondent Lesley Stahl for sixty minutes I expect in our community expects your humanity in your moral compass to rise above and sell if you fail to intervene either verbally or physically to me you're complicit because low turn out of president trump's rally in Tulsa Saturday lead to a campaign shake up your CBS news as okay at okay maybe it's call of it maybe it is this alleged prank pulled by thousands of teenagers across the country to register but not show up either way Saturday night in Tulsa a big embarrassment for the president and his team and one that Republicans close to the White House tell me they now expect to lead to repercussions in the coming days.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WTOP

"Palmer has more in Beijing health workers tested thousands of delivery drivers to try to stamp out coronavirus again it was declared gone in early June then it came back underlining just how tenacious this infection really is NASCAR's investigating the discovery of a noose in the garage of one of the sport's only black drivers subtle Wallace was NASCAR's only black driver and it's a league Cup series issued a statement he called it a despicable act of racism and hate but he says it will not break me I will not back down he will be in today's race at Talladega CBS's department reporting the incident happened a week after NASCAR banned the Confederate flag from its events growing voices across the country calling for police reform are being heard in Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo discussed his efforts to get its force on the right side of history CBS news correspondent Lesley Stahl for sixty minutes I expect in our community expects your humanity in your moral compass to rise above and sell if you fail to intervene either verbally or physically to me you're complicit because low turn out of president trump's rally in Tulsa Saturday lead to a campaign shake up your CBS news as okay at okay maybe it's call of it maybe it is this alleged prank pulled by thousands of teenagers across the country to register but not show up either way Saturday night in Tulsa a big embarrassment for the president and his team and one that Republicans close to the White House tell me they now expect to lead to repercussions in the coming days this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from WTOP.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:41 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Again it was declared gone in early June then it came back underlining just how tenacious this infection really is in Alabama the rain wasn't the only thing darkening the mood at NASCAR's top series race at Talladega which was postponed a noose was found in the garage of bar bubble Wallace the circuits only black driver and a vocal opponent of the Confederate flag in a statement Wallace says the incident is a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society Wallace's quote this will not break me I will not give in nor will I back down growing voices across the country are calling for police reform being heard in Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo discussed his efforts to get his force on the right side of history with CBS news correspondent Lesley Stahl for sixty minutes I expect in our community expects your humanity in your moral compass to rise above himself if you fail to intervene either verbally or physically to me you're complicit in Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins is joining the Atlanta police union in calling for a special prosecutor to handle the race chart Brooks cases cannot prosecute cases until the investigation is over you don't do it for politics your job is to find justice for everyone not race not class not even some was shot and killed while fleeing from a traffic stop at D. Y. stop both of the police officers at the scene or facing criminal charges the one who shot Brooks is facing murder counts this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"With more in Beijing health workers tested thousands of delivery drivers to try to stamp out coronavirus again it was declared gone in early June then it came back underlining just how tenacious this infection really is in Alabama the rain wasn't the only thing darkening the mood at NASCAR's top series race at Talladega which was postponed a noose was found in the garage of bar bubble Wallace the circuits only black driver and a vocal opponent of the Confederate flag in a statement Wallace says the incident is a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society Wallace's quote this will not break me I will not give in nor will I back down growing voices across the country are calling for police reform being heard in Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo discussed his efforts to get his force on the right side of history with CBS news correspondent Lesley Stahl for sixty minutes I expect in our community expects your humanity in your moral compass to rise above himself if you fail to intervene either verbally or physically to me you're complicit in Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins is joining the Atlanta police union in calling for a special prosecutor to handle the ratio Brooks cases cannot prosecute cases until the investigation is over you don't do it for politics your job is to find justice for everyone not race not class not even some was shot and killed while fleeing from a traffic stop at D. Y. stop both of the police officers at the scene or facing criminal charges the one who shot Brooks is facing murder counts this is CBS news quoting a home insurance just got easier with progressives home quote explorer.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"With more in Beijing health workers tested thousands of delivery drivers to try to stamp out coronavirus again it was declared gone in early June then it came back underlining just how tenacious this infection really is in Alabama the rain wasn't the only thing darkening the mood at NASCAR's top series race at Talladega which was postponed a noose was found in the garage of bar bubble Wallace the circuits only black driver and a vocal opponent of the Confederate flag in a statement Wallace says the incident is a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society Wallace's quote this will not break me I will not give in nor will I back down growing voices across the country are calling for police reform being heard in Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo discussed his efforts to get his force on the right side of history with CBS news correspondent Lesley Stahl for sixty minutes I expect in our community expects your humanity in your moral compass to rise above himself if you fail to intervene either verbally or physically to me you're complicit in Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins is joining the Atlanta police union in calling for a special prosecutor to handle the ratio Brooks cases cannot prosecute cases until the investigation is over you don't do it for politics your job is to find justice for everyone not race not class not even some was shot and killed while fleeing from a traffic stop at D. Y. stop both of the police officers at the scene or facing criminal charges the one who shot Brooks is facing murder counts this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:38 min | Last month

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stahl spoke with Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo about the future of policing in America following George Floyd's death is the video resonated with him it was probably in my thirty plus years the most heart wrenching emotional image that I had ever seen officers chauvinist demeanor he was so relaxed he was just it seemed so confident that he was gonna get away with this well whatever he might have expected he did not receive that for me I am going to read you something about your own policies related to neck restraints and it says that the officers can use quote neck restraints non deadly force defined as compressing one or both sides of a person's neck with an arm or leg without applying direct pressure to the trachea or air waves in the front of the neck that policy does not state did you apply your full entire body weight with your knee on an individual who is not resisting cutting off his air that would not be anything I condone or was anything intended and and and that particular policy that you're right there and you just I believe band choke holds the absolutely but you're going to keep the policy of allowing neck restraints no those are banned absolutely Hernando added that it took video evidence for people to begin to believe black communities about police brutality saying quote that.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Since the corona virus lockdowns the president tweeting late Friday evening that the rally until so it will be held next Saturday June twentieth rather than the night before Friday is known as Juneteenth which marks the end of slavery in the United States in a tweet the president ads they're moving the rally in observance of this important occasion at all that it represents the president calling again for city leaders to end the occupation by protesters the section of downtown Seattle for four straight days protesters have occupied several blocks including a police precinct the city's mayor has defended the protesters calling them patriotic but she says they're considering when to bring law enforcement in officials vacated the area on Monday hoping to put an end to the violence protesters have called on both the city's mayor and police chief to resign boxes Dan Springer an angry crowd is gathered outside a fast food restaurant in Atlanta where witnesses claimed that police have shot a man in the drive thru no other details so far eight people have been shot outside a bar in San Antonio Texas police say a man was refused entrance to the bar because the bouncer thought he was too drunk he returned a short time later with a rifle and started shooting all of the victims reported in stable condition a Mississippi sheriff's deputy has been killed near Jackson police say a suspect he was trying to place in a patrol car grabbed his gun and shot and killed him still on the loose police say the suspect is armed and dangerous city council in Minneapolis has voted to create a new public safety system to replace the police department but the city's police chief Medaria Arradondo says his officers will not stand down we're going to continue to show up I am not going to allow this police department to abandon those people within our communities who still rely upon us America is listening to fox news.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KOMO

"I wish with a little bit so all the food they get the leader of for him to do something like that had to be premeditated and he wanted to do an intentional yes Sir those chants on the streets turning into demands for reform Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo faced with the possibility his department could be disbanded unveiling his own plans for change revealing the department will no longer negotiate their current contract with the police union and new real time technology to track cops accused of misconduct and intervene Chauvin had eighteen complaint against him but was only disciplined twice one year rule yes what would happen to someone like children who had all these complaints we could intervene much earlier if there were problematic behaviors that were bright were brought to our attention right away we could have made those those appropriate measures back on Capitol Hill George Floyd's brother demanding more accountability for officers before anyone else is killed George whether heard anyone that day he didn't deserve to die over twenty dollars I'm excited you is that what it is that when a black man's worth twenty dollars this is twenty twenty they're not is that enough the hunt continues for a man who attacked a California police station early yesterday morning we feel that this was an ambush that he planted the gun fire erupted in downtown Paso Robles I.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hearing from community members that they have been subjected to barricades set up by the protesters some armed individuals running them as checkpoints into the neighborhood gatherings yesterday protesters held discussions about their priorities while listening to speeches and poetry hundreds of protesters stormed a Seattle city hall Tuesday night to demand the mayor's resignation if you want D. fund the police department the police chief in Minneapolis says he's pulling out from contract negotiations with the city's police union has he fights efforts to dismantle the department following protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd in police custody chief Medaria Arradondo said he would consult experts to review how the contract could be restructured to provide more transparency and flexibility to remake the force race is inextricably linked to the American policing system and we have to look and I have to look at the history of policing and the role that it's played particular African American communities meanwhile one of the former officers involved in the killing of Mr Floyd posted bail yesterday former officer Thomas lane posted seven hundred fifty thousand dollar constitutional bail and was released from custody also yesterday Minnesota governor Tim Walz called for a special legislative session beginning tomorrow to address a raft of changes to police practices and accountability in the wake of Mr Floyd's killing it's ten minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the lack of unity for de funding police it's the old saying time is money what's ironic is how much time I used to spend keeping track of where my money goes it can be really frustrating going from site to site and from account to account I was spending more time than I wanted trying to keep track of it but quick and makes it easy to take complete control of all your accounts from one comprehensive dashboard with over seventeen million users over the last thirty years they understand any situation whether you're planning for this month a few years out or preparing for retirement quicken helps you do it right monitor investments a credit accounts track and pay bills and.

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Minneapolis police chief ends contract negotiations with police union

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis police chief ends contract negotiations with police union

"The Minneapolis police department is withdrawing from police union contract negotiations it's the first step in what chief Medaria Arradondo says would be transformational reforms to the agency in the wake of the killing of George Floyd Arredondo says a thorough review of the contract is planned he says it needs to be restructured to provide more transparency and flexibility to be true

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Minneapolis police chief breaks off talks with officer union

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis police chief breaks off talks with officer union

"Police police chief chief Medaria Medaria Arradondo Arradondo announcing announcing today today what what he he calls calls transformational transformational reforms reforms in in the the wake wake of of George George Floyd's Floyd's death death first first he he says says he he is is withdrawing withdrawing from from contract contract negotiations with the police union in favor of a complete review of the contract he says the issue of race in policing has to be addressed race is inextricably a part of the American policing system we will never evolve in this profession if we do not address it head on he says he will introduce a new system that will use real time data to pinpoint possible behavioral problems in officers integrate new systems that use research on police behavior techconnect officer performance data so department leaders can identify early warning signs of misconduct Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye he is the right chief he is the right leader at the right time to lead us forward CBS news update on that paper

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Minneapolis Police Department withdrawing from union negotiations

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis Police Department withdrawing from union negotiations

"Sager made Ghani Washington chief Medaria Arradondo says the Minneapolis police department will withdraw from police union contract negotiations he wants to see reforms following George Floyd's death there is nothing more debilitating to chief from an employment matter perspective that when you have grounds to terminate an officer for misconduct can you dealing with a third party mechanism that allows for that employee to not only be back on your apartment but to be patrolling in your communities he also wants new ways to intervene and spot bad officers

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Minneapolis police chief promises new research, strategies to spot and intervene with problem officers

Chad Hartman

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis police chief promises new research, strategies to spot and intervene with problem officers

"Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo believes that change is possible and he says it starts with the police union he says first he will withdraw from negotiations on the unfinished contract with the city a second key measure of my plan of reform is to integrate new systems that use research on police behavior techconnect officer performance data so department leaders can identify early warning signs of misconduct and provide proven strategies to intervene he told reporters today he'll have more reforms to announce in the coming days we did reach out to the head of the police union Bob Kroll to give his reaction but have not yet heard

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Minneapolis police chief to seek policy reform

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Minneapolis police chief to seek policy reform

"Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo is withdrawing from contract negotiations with the Minneapolis police federation union to help rebuild the department following the death of George Floyd Arredondo is seeking reform the Washington DC council has unanimously approved a police reform bill in the wake of massive protests following the death of George Floyd in

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The new center with the latest numbers yeah Bob one thousand five hundred fifty six new cases reported today this is the second highest single day increasing cases since the beginning of the pandemic we also saw twenty five new deaths bringing the death toll to nearly eleven hundred the percentage of positive cases went up again by a tenth of a percent to seven point seven the percentage of positive cases has either stayed the same or increased over the past twelve days nearly twenty nine thousand nine hundred Arizonans have contracted corona virus and there are one thousand ninety five total deaths why the new center Taylor canter up KTAR news police chief Jeri Williams to gain public trust Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams is now outlining changes being made in her department in a video released in in memo to city leaders the department said it's had nearly nine hundred thousand interactions with the public over the past year and has fast tracked a rollout of over two thousand body worn cameras with most of those interactions captured on those cameras just yesterday Phoenix police announced that officers will no longer be taught or will be allowed to use a controversial neck cold tactic on suspects meanwhile amid those massive calls for police reform across America the loudest of reform is of being called for in George Floyd's city of Minneapolis this morning police chief Medaria Arradondo was asked by a reporter to respond to statements from attorneys for two of the officers employed to rest who say their clients were only rookie cops following orders Arredondo says the fact that they were rookies doesn't matter I don't put policies out to say that you should only react to respond if you're to your member or five year member fourteen year member and policies or sub culture get in the way that.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Like close to freezing temperatures there was no there wasn't even there is no response like three credit he was by the by the governor of the state another day another being sued all right instigation into the Minneapolis police department who was the idiot who gave him any credit or so that was weird you can fry has gotten credit for a swift response to the crisis I don't think we can even I don't I don't how do you say that and not just bust out laughing I'm sorry as I love it tell me try that again mayor Jacob Frey's got this what what did you how did the lightning not come out of the sky penetrate the roots in straight woman no no no no no sorry you are not getting away with that one sorry all right let's get past that wind energy can fly his gotten credit for a swift response crisis wiring the four officers the next day this was a man that was tragically murdered but he's also been criticized for not having a larger force on the streets last Wednesday night as the target near the third precinct was being looted the mayor got an urgent call from police chief Medaria Arradondo and he said mayor.

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State of Minnesota files civil rights charge against Minneapolis Police Department

The Lake Show with Henry Lake

01:15 min | 2 months ago

State of Minnesota files civil rights charge against Minneapolis Police Department

"The state of Minnesota is launching a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis police department our investigation will look at the Minneapolis police department over the past ten years to determine if they have utilized systemic discriminatory practices towards people of color we will review the department's trainings policies procedures and practices Minnesota department of human rights commissioner Rebecca Lucero says Minnesota has some of the worst that racial disparities in the country lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan says systemic racism has permeated our society for hundreds of years and has been a mainstay in the Twin Cities for far too long this is one piece of the puzzle to getting justice for George Floyd in all black Minnesotans who have not been served or protected by the Minneapolis police it is one piece of the puzzle to holding all four officers accountable for George's murder in changing the culture that made them the Minneapolis city council is also in full support of the state investigation in a statement this evening police chief Medaria Arradondo said with the commission's assistance we can take an honest examination at systemic barriers that have prevented us from reaching our greatest potential for those who we

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"A grocery store and MPD police chief Medaria Arradondo is at a protest at thirty eighth in Chicago he joined CNN tonight everyone here is trying to do the best they can to offer what their feelings and and that's a close all valid but I just needed to be here in this space today an offer might my respect in a lot of bad things this week Caroline but and I know first hand we've also seen a lot of good things where she Mike is probably she's right your line is your Mike on okay are we gonna go to break in her match I have it now can you hear me yeah we got to the island okay thanks for reminding me okay you know we're still working on European Dimmick here so nope that's all right that's right okay so here's my concern when I was younger I had a chance to be a part of these protest and we might have to wait for me because I'm getting double of me that I hear my microphone try to get let me see how did I do wrong I'm a try again there I am now okay what brings me joy Sloan is that peaceful protests have been working for decades I remember walking in so many of those during the Martin Luther king celebration holiday and you know times when things got really tough here in Minnesota and we needed to walk on in protest to go to the capital where we needed to go we would go with just this month the bullet meals of the younger generations feel slighted they feel like they don't have the jobs that pay well they can barely afford rent to they feel as though they have not received a vehicle for months that are paired their parents have received in their grandparents have received so many of them are angry already that's a real concern for me have you considered that at all what do you think about that yeah it's interesting jerilyn because we do know and I know this from seeing firsthand that a lot of what is happening with the looting and the violent protests that are happening after dark we've heard this from law enforcement and state officials are right that it is young people I don't even put you know Gen Z. in there too you know we're talking about teens and the very young adults you know in their early twenties so maybe the also don't always have that historical context maybe they think that peaceful protest nonviolent protest hasn't worked over these decades and we still are facing the same problems still facing discrimination so there could be an element of that of of taking a different kind of approach and of course you know what there are people who are just intent and we know this on it causing as much damage as possible but I think that is an interesting observation that there's that generational difference and you've seen it first hand you hit the nail on the head that is exactly what it is and the challenges they look to see okay you did it your way into still didn't work it's time for us to do it our way and see if it works you're seeing a lot of that on the social media is you're you're hearing a lot of that in in family living room so it is quite remarkable how they look through the lives that they have says we better fight to the death you're seeing this all over the world I had a chance to do a little research I found we can't be by ourself here they they has to be other people that are also out there suffering is so the next time we talk a lot I want to tell you about something called the great protest wave it is a global protest wave and I learned a lot about it it is happening all over the world and it's interesting is happening right now so stay tuned so we're going to discuss that as well now we have mark fry on the line to give us an update Hey mark now.

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:44 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on AP News

"Protests continue in Minneapolis following the death of a black man in police custody the police chief in Minneapolis Medaria Arradondo apologized for the death of George Floyd I'm absolutely sorry for the ain the devastation and the trauma the mayor says he understands the built up anger and sadness in the black community city councilor Andrea Jenkins says there's a new kind of virus in Minneapolis and something should be done about it declare a state of emergency declaring racism as a public health issue president trump says he saw the video of Floyd being arrested what I saw was not good was not good very bad the FBI is investigating whether Floyd civil rights were violated I'm at Donahue

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Officer accused in black man's death involved in 3 shootings

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Officer accused in black man's death involved in 3 shootings

"Protests continue in Minneapolis following the death of a black man in police custody the police chief in Minneapolis Medaria Arradondo apologized for the death of George Floyd I'm absolutely sorry for the ain the devastation and the trauma the mayor says he understands the built up anger and sadness in the black community city councilor Andrea Jenkins says there's a new kind of virus in Minneapolis and something should be done about it declare a state of emergency declaring racism as a public health issue president trump says he saw the video of Floyd being arrested what I saw was not good was not good very bad the FBI is investigating whether Floyd civil rights were violated I'm at Donahue

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'Deficit of hope': Minneapolis police chief apologizes to family of dead black man

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

'Deficit of hope': Minneapolis police chief apologizes to family of dead black man

"News the work facing the Minneapolis police department today is to prevent a third night of writing police chief Medaria Arradondo says he knows the community is in trauma I know that there is currently a deficit of hope in our city and as I wear this uniform before you I know that this department has contributed to that deficit a hope that I will not allow to continue to increase that deficit by re traumatizing those folks in our community so I am committed to making sure that we restore peace and security in our community are Donna said in a press briefing a short time ago that a number of people leisurely involved in criminal conduct were not recognized as city residents he says some officers and members of the community were injured in the latest ride but not seriously hurt this while the region and the rest of the country also cope with the ongoing threats of corona

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Police chief Medaria Arradondo after four now former police officers were seen on video in a physical altercation with a black man in handcuffs that man George Floyd died after an officer is seen pressing his knee into Floyd knack for several minutes absolutely do not condone people assaulting each other or committing violence but at the same time I don't want to say that that you're gonna treat every situation the same way that every situation's gonna just felt the same the city's mayor says the officer should have been arrested protesters have taken to the streets of Minneapolis for a second day the police chief says he understands the right to protest but urge them to not become violent toward others there's also a protest over the death of George Floyd in Los Angeles president trump tweeting at his request the justice department and the FBI are investigating the case writing he has asked that the investigation be expedited greatly appreciate all the work done by local law enforcement as some states continue to move through the re opening process some theme parks another leisure activity to route one the measures they plan to put in place Disney is targeting mid July for re opening its Florida theme parks today the company presented local officials with the proposal for a phased reopening requiring temperature screenings face coverings and advance reservations to limited tendance Nevada announced plans to reopen resorts in casinos next week but as America's governors gradually restart their economies twenty five states are reporting an increase in cases with West Virginia Alabama and Arkansas reporting increases of more than fifty percent over the previous week although improved testing may be driving some of the numbers fox is Jonathan Serrie America is listening to fox news right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but.

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4 Minneapolis police officers fired after death of unarmed black man

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

4 Minneapolis police officers fired after death of unarmed black man

"Update in Minneapolis tonight coach is getting violent over the death of a black man who was in police custody rocks were thrown to the pure some rubber bullets were fired earlier today for Minneapolis police officers were fired after a video showed the man George Floyd pleading that he could not breathe Medaria Arradondo is the police chief hi this is still an ongoing criminal matter if you're for a lot of retention is investigating as well as our FBI chance the rapper attended the protest a few miles south in Chicago I just want people to understand that we are all humans and that we all feel you know a sense of danger a raise when situations like this happen the federal government has entered the investigation police allegedly held and need to George Floyd's neck when he said he could

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"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"medaria arradondo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Bound side as well forty one south fifteen minutes ninety four north bound right downtown thirteen minutes for the other side of the ball the traffic and weather together on the tenth T. M. J. tonight muggy patchy fog possible a low sixty four degrees tomorrow humanitarian for storms a high of seventy seven Thursday better chance for rain including thunderstorms with a high of seventy seven it's currently seventy seven CBS news update to the decedents and his family members what occurred last night it's certainly very tragic very sad Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo moving quickly to fire for police officers following what critics are calling the murder of an unarmed black man last night a bystander video showed one white officer was with Disney on the man's neck as he pleaded I can't breathe I was very steadfast and strong on water department vision values our culture change would be moving forward and one of those killers is sanctity of life earlier maker mayor Jack of fry got emotional talking about the victim this man's life matters she matters someone's son someone's family member someone's friend the FBI is investigating CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter WTMJ news time three thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center many businesses in receipt are preparing to fully re opened today as the city's health order expired this morning T. M. J. force Ryan Jenkins is in Racine I think it's a great what time.

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"I can't breathe!": Minneapolis man dies after police confrontation

Garret Lewis

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

"I can't breathe!": Minneapolis man dies after police confrontation

"The death of a black forgery suspect being arrested by a white police officer in Minneapolis is under state and federal investigation there's video shows an officer kneeling on the suspect's NAC here that suspect saying multiple times that he couldn't breathe the man later died the Minneapolis police department will cooperate fully police chief Medaria Arradondo say the officers involved are placed on relieved of duty status police say no weapons were used in body cameras were activated boxes Jeff and also the police chief says the suspect had been physically resisting

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