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"michigan police department" Discussed on WTOP

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"michigan police department" Discussed on WTOP

"On Saturday heise near 70 becoming Sonny and cobra on Easter Sunday highs only in the 50s I'm storm tea for a meteorologist by Jennifer In the 70s for most of us this morning 71 in roslyn it's 72 in Laurel and outside the WTO studios 71° 7 41 now hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Grand Rapids Michigan police department demanding the name of the police officer who shot a black man in the back of the head as he lay face down on the ground I said justice for battery Video shows 26 year old Patrick Leo oya and the officer struggling on the ground Leo is seen grabbing the officer's taser the shooting happens the officer demanded the oil let go of the taser He had been stopped for driving with a license plate that didn't belong to the vehicle state police are investigating U.S. park police and the Secret Service are making changes to the way they respond to protests It's part of a settlement of civil cases stemming from the clearing of demonstrators from D.C.'s Lafayette square nearly two years ago Pepper balls and smoke canisters were used to move racial justice protesters out of the square on June 1st 2020 Now four civil cases filed by Black Lives Matter D.C. and others accusing law enforcement of violating demonstrator civil rights that day have been settled park police is now set limits on the use of non lethal force clarified procedures for safely dispersing crowds and is requiring officers to wear fully visible ID within 30 days the Secret Service will amend its policies to make it clear if some protesters break the law during a demonstration it won't automatically provide officers grounds to do things like use force or clear the crowd Michelle bash WTO news Happening today the Biden administration is releasing hundreds of strategies it is taking or will be taking to boost racial equity across the federal government They stem from an executive order President Biden signed on his first day in office ordering the federal government to make government fairer for everyone.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:10 min | 7 months ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Because, yeah, if you are on vacation, you will pay. And that's fair. And it is a place I think even at that 135 to a 160, I think that like you said Trump is an absolute value. Would seek it out at that price as well. So props to them for getting that in place and kind of running it the way that they run it, because it is an awesome awesome place to see. The pride of the people that work there was evident in terms of what they had on their hands. They knew exactly what that golf course is. And that shine through. And it's cool to worry about Jack Nicklaus coming in and destroy good. And it's cool too that, you know, you have I didn't go to a big university. I don't have the big necessarily the rah rah football pride that a lot of the people at Michigan have, but you almost it's very weird and very cool to see them kind of tap into that as it relates to golf courses as well. You know what I mean? Everybody has that for their football team for their basketball team, but it is kind of cool to just see them have that same go blue pride about like this is the best fucking golf course in the country. Like, you have no idea. We're gonna we're better than every other golf. It's just a lot of really cool to see that. You know, amazing blue on the course. And absolute army of students out there taking care of the course, you know, look like some summer jobs going on, which probably why it's in such good shape. But to the course itself, only 6700 yards, I think from the back, but a ton, ton of elevation and land movement, which is kind of crazy, considering the fact that you essentially feel like you're right in the middle of campus. I mean, some of those teas, you're looking right over at the football stadium, you're looking at campus up on the hill, all the libraries, the dorms, all that kind of stuff. It feels like you're kind of right in the thick of things, but still it's wildly up and down and to a much greater extent than what I was saying it Detroit golf club. I mean, it's 6700 yards, but it just feels like you're hitting uphill all day. And blind. Yes. A lot of blind shots. A lot of work, a lot of weird stuff. I thought it was really funny that they have this Perry Maxwell Allison Mackenzie golf course and they're using it at times to park cars during the overstated a little bit. They do it basically where you see all the big Heather during the summer. I think they kind of knock all that down. They talking to the students that we played with. Henry and Sophia, they do a great job of keeping cars off the course, keeping them on the car pass. They have a great system. It's just they were saying, you know, cars, a bunch, they'll have thousands and thousands of cars on the golf course on Saturday and you wake up Sunday morning. It looks like nobody was ever there. So it's just a really cool operation. I think one of the things and this is certainly probably a little bit of recency bias. We're going to get into talking about Mike de vries and all his work, but as someone who has kind of become like mister Michigan golf, it just seems like the place is absolutely calling out for a restoration renovation from him, kind of turning everything up a little bit more even and getting some of the original stuff back, but basically they need to find someone to write the check, but not change the name of the golf course to their family name. Exactly, but I had an absolute blast. I think if we're looking at a couple of favorite holes, I think this will probably be repetitive, you're probably gonna hear about a lot of short par fours for me, as always, but number 6 is about as much fun as you can have wild boomerang green. We had some great thrills, maybe some of the most thrilling moments of the whole trip on that green, I think. I love walking off a short for and then realizing like, oh, driver was totally not the play. It really was not. Number two was wild kind of blind tee shot way up over that hill, almost felt like something you'd see in Scotland or some really quirky weird stuff. And then number three was one of the most fascinating intimidating brutal par 5s. Just a big time downhill dog like left, never gonna have a flat lie on that hole. Absolutely brutal green are Sherpa Sofia made one of the greatest birdies in the history of golf on that hole, I think. Just really fascinating stuff. What'd you guys like about Michigan? A great piece of land. You're kind of playing up onto the hill for one of the 9s and then the other 9 you're kind of playing along the outside of the side of the hill. I thought the part threes were exceptional. I think three could definitely use some tree removal on there. Some of those greens, like the one that you mentioned on the short four was 6. The green on 14. Or three? Well, they're like these hourglass shaped greens that it's almost like two greens. The whole could change so drastically day to day based on where the horseshoe pointing sideways. Like top tier and then wraps around get skinny and then there's a bottom tier. There are a lot of greens out there. You could almost do like the sweetened things, right? You just have two pins and some of those greens 'cause you're never gonna hit it. You're never gonna accidentally hit it by the other one. You know what I mean? It's basically two different golf holes. I thought 6 was one of the best green sides I've seen for a par four this year. It was just so handsome. He was really cool. Great, great part three. One of those part three is they have to look and see where the pin is when they're setting the tea markers out each day because you can get blocked out by tree up by the green. I was expecting it to be a lot say scruffy or rough around the edges because I heard so many people say, hey, it's calling out for a restoration. But I think that's actually like, hey, I was so impressed by the firmness of the greens, the speed of the greens, the size of the greens even. There's certainly some that could probably be pushed out a little bit more even. But the bones are there to make this. This is easily a top 100 course in the country. If they do it right, it was a sneaky hard walk. It's just a sneaky hard course. Yeah. That's well said. My only recommendation and perhaps I could propose to you guys maybe we make an anonymous donation. I would have loved to have some bells. Sure. You know, I felt like they're good on Michigan's good on money. I would love some bells in the fairway, hey, ring the bell when you've cleared because I felt like I was hitting into the group ahead of us felt like you guys behind us were hitting into me. Ball's going everywhere, some of these whole switching back. Some polls should play up the wrong fairway. So the blind shots being the first time you've played it, like obviously that shock gets easier and easier if it's a college course and you're planning every day. I like flourishes like that where there's a, I love bells on courses. So I think that would be a good tag. Well, no. No, I wouldn't tag the belt. I want to put on record. I didn't tag the belt Wilmington. Okay, did not tag that bell. That tag was already there. You're introducing evidence to the water fountain at the restroom on like 6 or 7. I did not tag the bell. I want to give a shout out to the Ann Arbor police department. The campus police department. The University of Michigan, police department. Some of the response teams response times like we've never seen. Like we've never seen. There was an unmanned aircraft, two of them that were circling the property that they made prompt arrival and grounded the aircraft quickly. Identify yourself, and then they gave us great breakfast recommendations. They did. We had a great rapport with them, but it turns out that there was miscommunication on our permission to get aerial footage of the golf course and a police car..

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"michigan police department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"How will Chicago restaurants that have been surviving with outdoor dining? How will they continue to survive when the weather turns cold now? Mayor Life would making a contest out of this. Here's Lauren Cohen with more Mayor Lightfoot is looking for creative ways to help the city's restaurants stay open. The winner designed challenge runs through September 7th and has opened all residents There will be three winners. All proposals for outdoor dining must adhere to covert 19 protocols and guidelines and designs are asked to consider customers, restaurant workers and other jobs. That make businesses run safely. The winners are also eligible for corporate funded pilot opportunities to fund their ideas. Lauren Cone, 8 90 wools new Finally, at a Detroit funeral home, They were all ready to embalm. A woman that they thought was dead. Then she opened her eyes. It's a miracle. Yeah, well, the family has now hired well known Michigan attorney Geoffrey Feiger. They are suing The Southfield, Michigan police departments. Why the police Department brought her back from the dead. What more do you want? Yeah, I guess you're right. They should be congratulating the police department support your local police that can bring people back from the dead. Maybe you could be called in to mediate this dispute. I'd be happy to know she's back. Me. Ma's back. You should be paying the police department. They should be charging you because you're right. Yeah, I guess you're right. Everything back ass warts if only John Howell was in charge. You're right. Wools News 606. The next step for your business is finding a high impact..

"michigan police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A police officer and cocks, and he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit, where they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect the driver took off on foot gave Cox Chase knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop. Until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway, for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know, these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not gonna stop. You stayed with the department. And Cox, saying that his family received threatening phone calls, and he had his tires slashed by fellow officers. But he refused to quit. 30 years later, he wound up rising to the highest uniform rank of bpd. But then he became The chief at the Ann Arbor, Michigan Police Department took a civil rights lawsuit for cocks to be compensated for all he went through. But he says he's not bitter. And he doesn't think that police need to be defunded that if you want something to get better, you need to invest in it. At 1 17 and explosive investigative story in the Washington Post detailing allegations of sexual and verbal harassment involving the National Football League's franchise in D. C. Formerly known as the Washington Redskins. There are allegations from 15 women who used to work for the team. They accuse a number of high ranking members of the organization, including the team's former chief operating officer, it scouting director and its longtime broadcaster Larry Michael. Post reporter. Sam, 48 contributed to the article. Many of the women described Michael and others as commenting on their looks or suggesting that they wear tight clothes in meetings with potential customers. The team has hired prominent Washington attorney Beth Wilkinson to conduct an investigation into the allegations. Steve Futterman CBS News At 1 18 There's now a petition to have a name change in Turner's Falls, Massachusetts. It is a small village town north of Deerfield off Interstate 91. Turner's is a reference to captain William Turner, who in 16 76 during the King Philip War, let a massacre against the network tribe. Turner's Falls High School's mascot was the Indians that recently changed. It also discussed at a recent school of Select board meeting They discuss the potential name change. The petition has more than 2500 signatures for that small town in north Central Mass. In July 20th is when Mayflower too, will start to set sail and head back to Plymouth, But first it will undergo a full restoration, which it has been undergoing. Already, it will stand begin rather two weeks of training and sea trials starting on Monday. It's said to be back in Plymouth on August 10th the Mayflower to usually sits right at Plymouth Harbour and is available for tours. It's been undergoing that restoration, though getting it ready for the 4/100 year anniversary of Plymouth this year, however, covert 19 putting a damper on a lot of those celebrations. 1 19 If you're hungry, looking for something new or your lunch hour, the city of Boston launching its summer food truck initiative today, double BBC's James RoHaas telling us what neighborhoods those food trucks are going to be rolling down. Boston is designating 23 spots across the city for food trucks to set up shop and begin serving food from a Codman Square and Dorchester to Prescott Square Park in East Boston. Mayor Walsh says food trucks will be allowed to operate every day from Newton to.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police officer coming forward with his story On how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with double BBC TV's hit the back of the head and turn around in front of the head and I start didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer and cocks, and he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit, where they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect the driver took off on foot gave Cox Chase knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop. Until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway, for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know, these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not gonna stop. You stayed with the department. And Cox, saying that his family received threatening phone calls, and he had his tires slashed by fellow officers. But he refused to quit. 30 years later, he wound up rising to the highest uniform rank of bpd. But then he became The chief at the Ann Arbor, Michigan Police Department took a civil rights lawsuit for cocks to be compensated for all he went through. But he says he's not bitter. And he doesn't think that police need to be defunded that if you want something to get better, you need to invest in it. At 1

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Michael Cox Recalls Being Beaten By Fellow Officers

WBZ Midday News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Michael Cox Recalls Being Beaten By Fellow Officers

"Police officer coming forward with his story On how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with double BBC TV's hit the back of the head and turn around in front of the head and I start didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer and cocks, and he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit, where they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect the driver took off on foot gave Cox Chase knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop. Until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway, for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know, these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not gonna stop. You stayed with the department. And Cox, saying that his family received threatening phone calls, and he had his tires slashed by fellow officers. But he refused to quit. 30 years later, he wound up rising to the highest uniform rank of bpd. But then he became The chief at the Ann Arbor, Michigan Police Department took a civil rights lawsuit for cocks to be compensated for all he went through. But he says he's not bitter. And he doesn't think that police need to be defunded that if you want something to get better, you need to invest in it. At 1

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"michigan police department" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"And we were like. Oh. That again. Beyond the claptrap did they get that? You know. Yeah Go ahead. Guys put up. Put some of that. put some of that Beverage Warehouse whiskey in your hands. Deal all right. It's almost alcohol. Abuse Rally Seem Jamie's hand while we're while we're doing this. Gary, you guys. Are you guys letting a moisturizer on? A, Doing Hint sanitizer as well. I've got right there next to the next the bottles. Yep, so, how how much of that you here? Let Me Let me flip the camera angle. Quick debt that we've got some right there yet. Right there. Yeah, right there. You guys got it how? Actually produced since. For today I was actually perfect day. We're almost at I. Think Twenty Six thousand gallons. We did for first responders. We did a lot of the hospitals. Who did the nursing homes you know? State Police, Detroit Police Department southeast Michigan Police Departments, and we're just starting to now that we got all that out going ahead and We're going to start releasing it to the public for retail. You know in sixteen ounce bottle, so thank you for doing that I mean I. Got Because Yeah. When you bought the The the shutdown Bourbon you've got a thing of hand sanitizer with it, and it. Yeah, I mean. I've I've. Used it. I'm sure you can see I've. Got A I've got a little bit of a bar here, going on and so I've used it to clean out everything here. Allow that. Are! So, Garrett We. Were teasing people with these because you can't get them I, mean the warehouse is out of this version. You guys sold out of this. Straightaway. So how how very different is this? which was cut from the regular book? Put your cut that that that you guys have on the regular basis, if in fact on a regular basis a if you look at that, that's a barrel strength right right? Yeah, yes, it is! When you have a single barrel release. Every single barrel, going to have a different taste to it how it's aged our regular Got Urban is bottled at a hundred proof. Right. It is aged almost exactly eighteen months to two years. In a barrel. If almost like I like to. Compare distillation like making t so when you have a tea bag in in a still the longer you do it, the more flavor is going to get all right guy when it gets there, and there's less proofing down for the just getting excited about alcohol proofing means adding water to it all right so when alcohol evaporates into still comes out Moonshine, two hundred proof, one percent alcohol. You Age it. You prove it down. You add the water so regular butcher's cut bourbon is going to be one hundred proof, and it's going to have that sustainability of the same taste. That's why one to two gold medals in the American Distillation Institute in Burn County Kentucky in two thousand eighteen little. Slow at every bottle is gonNA taste just like that award winning urban when you have those single barrels every single barrel, no unintended is going to taste different because of the aging and okay so. So. Yeah, this is this. Would this this Beverage Warehouse Nice I? Mean it is. It is a decidedly different. It is yes. This one's a lot. This. This one's got a lot more that. I would say darker right context to it. and it's and it's definitely a lot like this. This one made me reach for a cigarette. I. Is, there was there was there I couldn't help that smoke smoking smoking. Yeah, yeah, no I'm enjoying. I'm enjoying both the oils in the in the in the select. Want in the shutdown. Select there. Is. It's really the legs on. This thing is just amazing. How how much oil how it sticking to the side of the glass, a little bit more more than than the. Butcher's cut. That's like I said I mean I I've probably got. Thirty yeah. Scotches Reisen bourbons over here and that that shutdown. Hands Down One of the Best I've ever had and I've got some respectable ones over here. So Garrett. Even know not knows to it. I'm sorry. Almost like a vanilla smoking knows to vary very much, so that's that's the first yeah. So. What's what's next? 'cause you did this one special one during the shutdown. Is there is there? What's what's the next one you a break out my wallet for? You doing it taste testing of Dave's Bourbon, not not just these two. Trying to die tonight. That was. How bad is this going to go? but Garrett Yeah. You guys did the Punky vodka which which sold out. Quickly and Do you have anything on the horizon? believe I actually and she's in the room I believe tabbies. Heart got broken at literally sold out to the.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A fox we just list we just I'm taking this into my banker son Bobby Braddock man yeah I can just sit here and just listen to this for the rest of the show sixty four will I'm still not and now I think it's time for us to go somewhere that's not so chill possum had been known to do some things that would have ended up on hillbilly headlines the possum one hundred percent we'll also has John Deere nothing ever liquids in a system would absolutely get up I think on the roof van try to surf like take no doubt about it all right Sir and it's time to take it into the world where everybody would get on the roof and surf like to the table but also probably have to be escorted out of the Jersey Shore bar by a producer slash bouncer Pat it's now time for the southern gentleman's news she has carrier hillbilly headlines on Marty in the G. to start us off in Michigan a Michigan police department has announced the seizure of the quote ancient sword of the math came the bath township police department posted a photo of a blade last week on Facebook eight boy this thing is scary a traffic stop on a vehicle and a subsequent search located very odd combination of the legally possessed weapons as well as a big surprise methamphetamine shocking development they tag.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on KTRH

"Thirty plus local school districts are closing because of the threat of corona virus amble Klein and laporte ISD's close through the twenty second for a week others through the end of this month the entire list we've got for you okay dear H. dot com country star Kenny Chesney now postponing his tour date at minute maid park it's in may the show on may twenty second here one of three Texas states he's calling off including Arlington and San Antonio the bath township Michigan police department trying to lighten the mood on Facebook they said we're cancelling all criminal activity with bath township because of the virus and went on to say we suggest everyone who relies on the now canceled a criminal activity why do you seek actual employment more the stories right now at KJRH dot com coming up here at the bottom of the hour I heart radio now the number one app for podcasting and the best way to listen to newsradio seven forty KTRE everywhere you go got to find out anything else you knows about chaos now is a procedure that chief isn't this top security what should we activate the code of silence they're trying to put the they're gonna put show pride in a cone of silence there's an article in the American thinker about putting Joe Biden in a cone to keep them from getting in trouble house minority whip a majority whip rather Jim Clyburn is suggesting the Democratic National Committee step in and cancel the remaining presidential primaries and debates if it appears Joe Biden is favored to win the nomination freight of what he might do to **** defeat from the jaws of victory to watch imposes notice this apparently divide vice president former vice president's speeches have been averaging between seven and twelve minutes to keep him from gasping on the campaign trail joining us now Republican strategist Matt McCauley act Matt the Democrats were first nervous about Bernie Sanders and now they're nervous about the mouth on Joe Biden yeah I mean it's this campaign's change quite a bit last two weeks I did look like Sanders was going to be the nominee going into South Carolina and and other firewall held for provide me one by such a large margin that carried him to the transmitters on super Tuesday and then on on on last Tuesday so yeah look bye bye needs a different candidate Sanders no question about that he does not create into heaven on the left I've been a long time is a really long record as we all know he makes mistakes you verbally he does on the campaign trail regularly and and now that he is you know really becoming the presumptive nominee the Democrats are really trying to tighten up around him we just installed a new campaign manager other cutting back his advance is going to be doing less interviews and yes his speeches are going to be far shorter instead of being a thirty minutes or an hour there could be maybe seven ten minutes at most hoping to to prevent him from creating the kind of moment that would change the campaign or give up something they could really use against him he's just a figure head is just the party that's running for office well it's yeah I mean the you know the Democrats know that there's a lot stake here and while there I think you know they they were happy that they were able to stop very Sanders that doesn't mean that divide is perfect he's not perfect you know he's a vestige of of a different of another era he's a white male to time the Democrats want anything other than that in as a sub for me he has a long record of of you know saying things that are pretty ridiculous even in the last few weeks he's confused what office he's running for what state he's in just really basic things and so they're misused questions about his stamina and his capacity the last few months and now of course this race enters a different phases he continues to get close to locking up the nomination did you know the the the stakes are going to rise the pressure's going to rise I don't think they can hide him forever but while we're in this intermediate phase before he becomes the actual nominee we moved to channel action they may be able to cut back things a little bit ma'am can I ask Republican strategist with us is it's interesting though that you know there were a lot of things that trump said on the campaign trail that everybody thought that's it his campaigns over somehow he managed to not like turn them around so that they weren't gaps he sort of own them what's the difference between these two candidates on one hand it seems as though some of the things that by just saying indicates maybe there's a problem with mental acuity in this situation as opposed to president trump to sort of says what's on his shoulder what's the difference between the two candidates yeah it's a little bit of a difference because you know the question the question with Biden's really you know does is he up to this is he is he okay what is his health status monitor running serious questions and and rob were voted out on asking them I mean these questions I would ask for months and months and months on on a major media outlets even by Democrats even by democratic candidates running for president they've been asked so it's not a not a new subject yeah you're right with trump I mean he's very very you know nontraditional is very unusual as a national figure yeah and I think you know his bluntness is is our president right you you know you you can come to expect that now about trump it's not a question of whether he has the sort of mental capacity to do the job or continue doing the job he's doing the job now so there's not much question about that with Biden he's not done the job he's been vice president but it's not the same thing and so the question is can he can handle it with pine and that's question he's gonna have to answer every single day for the election all right it's the stuff of Republican Mistretta just ma'am a callback thanks for your time this morning we appreciate it take care all right coming up CNN thinks it's racist to call it the Wu Han Chinese corona virus but we also have audio CNN calling it the Wu Han Chinese coronavirus also what's driving people to buy toilet paper that's all straight ahead right now though let's check in with Bloomberg business desk forty down the hall what's going.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of supplies and toys for special treat now before you say I'll just another celebrity trying to get some attention try to get some lakes rabbi goes a lifelong diabetic he helped develop the first diabetic youth camp in the U. S. to teach kids how to manage it into adulthood he also champion California's brand new S. B. one thirty eight it's a bill that will now bring diabetes education to schools starting next year and he's been flying his own plane back and forth the Porter Rico where he has been delivering supplies but next week he says he's flies on going to the Bahamas with I'd like a to fifteen thousand pounds of supplies toys and he is now added Christmas trees has he said you can't really get a good Christmas tree in the Bahamas and he's seriously making Christmas for those people there bank get a fireman you know like rock that thing when you get home that thing all right so we've all purchased the hot firefighter or the sexy officer calendar for charity no we have this when you say we've all done that you haven't done that I always do that it all right all the police officers ask if we had accomplished before you've never done well maybe you like purchased them purchase there but like not picked it up but I have never no I'm not I like to support my officers my fire for so anyway this holiday season the flint Michigan firefighter a sorry the flint Michigan police department stepped up their calendar game what could photographers Stephanie love piccolo possibly have done to Mr July she made him more slavery because Stephanie had the idea to volunteer her time to make the flint Michigan K. nine calendar they were wonderful as always they must behave quiet you know what if.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Six thousand two hundred signatures to get the amendment on the twenty twenty ballot it would allow recreational weed to be sold to Floridians age twenty one in older dispensaries medical centers opponents say if this passes it will make it easier for kids to get their hands on the drug I'm trying to figure tell us if you think it's a good idea to legalize recreational marijuana by clicking on the open my tab in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. at updating the impeachment inquiry house Democrats are subpoena Rudy guiliani to produce documents related to his efforts with Ukraine Giulio though says he is not the one who should be under scrutiny there is substantial. I don't want to exaggerate but pretty close to overwhelming evidence including a finding by Ukrainian court that Hillary Clinton and the Democrats cooperated with Ukrainians with the order coming directly from the White House no Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell believes the Senate would hold an impeachment trial of president trump of the house moves in that direction I would have no choice but to take it up hello you're on it is a whole different matter he told CNBC that the rules on impeachment are clear president trump is welcoming the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff we gather today for a truly historic occasion we're here to welcome our outstanding new chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie Millie's replacing marine general Joe done for his retiring the chairman of the joint chiefs is the president's top military adviser now Google is working on a safety at that can detect car crashes and call nine one one the apple use a microphone a pixel phones to determine if a crash as a curse the phone with this sound alarm and if there is no response call nine one one with its location and how about this while hacking story porn playing on a hack digital Billboard in I. seventy five near Detroit over the weekend the tenet running gag in of the Auburn hills Michigan police department saying the billboards owner was able to remotely stop the video after been playing for about fifteen minutes without causing any known accidents whatever these guys were doing if they thought it was a practical joker prank it just elevated to a felony by breaking into a building law enforcement now searching for two hackers caught on camera wearing glasses and hoodies and shut behind the Billboard breaking into its computer good.

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News 96.5 WDBO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Tony Marino use the open Mike in the news that a six point five W. D. B. O. apt to let us know what you think well president trump welcomes the new chairman of the joint chiefs of staff we gather today for a truly historic occasion we're here to welcome our outstanding new chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Millie Millie replaces marina general Joe Dunford who is retiring the chairman of the joint chiefs as the president's top military adviser look for petitioning your mailbox this week asking you to support a constitutional amendment to big for the twelfth state to legalize recreational pot the petitions will arrive with your name on it and all you have to do is sign date and send it back the postage has already. been paid the group make it legal Florida need seven hundred sixty six thousand two hundred signatures to get the amendment on the twenty twenty ballot it would allow recreational we to be sold to Floridians age twenty one in older dispensaries medical centers opponents say if this passes it will make it easier for kids to get their hands on the drug I'm trying to figure tell us if you think it's a good idea to legalize recreational marijuana by clicking on the open my tab in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. S. former young who software engineer is facing prison time the US attorney's office says ray is Daniel Ruas pleaded guilty to hacking thousands of Yahoo accounts he was looking for sexual images and videos investigators say the thirty four year old targeted accounts of younger women including his own friends in a while hacking story porn playing a hack to digital Billboard on I. seventy five near Detroit over the weekend ten running gag of the Auburn hills Michigan police department says the billboards owner was able to remotely stop the video after was playing for around fifteen minutes without causing any known accidents whatever these guys were doing if they thought it was a practical joker prank it just elevated to a felony by breaking into a building officials are now searching for two hackers caught on camera wearing glasses and hoodies in a shed behind the Billboard breaking into its computer. good morning at five twelve your listing Orlando's morning news.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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04:07 min | 2 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"And it'll make your stomach explode explode or something yeah no one. It's an irritant gases from the carbonation. Can we expand stomach and grow me back into into big vitamins that are now but <hes> so what did you just call. You felt by bhaktapur yeah so i <hes> i have not been able to jump on the bandwagon the truly bandwagon <hes> trying to pull back a little bit of my drinking drinking the hard hard liquor whatnot <hes> and i came across purist on and and it's there's only three flavors of the caz right now what we have i hear a blackberry <hes> it is generally accept accessible and like kroger's like c._v._s. and walgreens. I mean like they're you're not you're not going to find it a lot of like <hes> boutique type places but online they say where you can find it went to the store down over here around from on the podcast and the guy says he's having so much trouble getting it because this is in such high demand. This is the only spike still a beverage <hes> judging from your face joe. I don't think you care for it. I am a i truthfully no and i. I don't know what what it's missing probably the bubbles and bubbles i mean it's clearly canadian without the bubbles right. Yes that's kind of flavor so this guy the guy mango got blackberry and they got a blue blood orange or something like that so i'll be honest i don't. I'm not a huge fan of waclaw or or none of that stuff really laws with your articles this week but you know there's there's a michigan police department. Eh one on there are there are laws back. They remain but you know i i like this. It's got like four and a half percent alcohol aw it's made with coconut water so i feel like i'm getting hydrated at the same time and i don't know chef was drinking at just now. We have over the sample because i'm always you guys always bring stuff for you or when nick is here jason you guys are always bringing something to trust the sampled great. I'm growing with each sip. Yeah ah you know and it doesn't feel yup. It's it's just a relaxing thing and i don't have to you know. Most people are limited limited in my position to the things you can have. They can limit a die hard liquor wine hung from a good rowsell day but i you know i got this. I did come across. I was at a market the other day. I came across a whiskey lemonade. Now whiskey iced tea that was still in can and i tried it tastes like whiskey ski niceties and that was pretty funny. How that works. I know but this stuff. I was just like oh. This is great. You know they'll sipping thing so sorry i know you're you're telling story but you you saw that you saw that pure still in your parched yeah you know oh and i'm just going to jump really quick thinking about it because you know we're talking about coconut water here and i we started off talking about the women's team also oh chef <hes> over at the pistons <hes> you know when you're doing <hes> the culinary aspect for high performance athletes athletes. Where does your level of nutritional knowledge come into play or or how much do you rely on nutritional experts. Come in and say okay well. We need to <hes> you know this person's getting you know the soccer team's gonna burn so many calories out there in the first forty five minutes and we need to make sure that they are prime to go so we need to have x._y._z. Eh as we're building up menu will so i work with a dietitian and i work with a high performance team and we just all come together and we put out strict guidelines and we just follow him <hes> fairly simple <hes> clean things you know what you should have and what you.

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KQED Radio

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and I'm also change this hour the latest on conflicting claims of hostile moves in the waters operon plus president trump keeps telling for democratic Congress women of color to leave the country if they don't like it will explore the long history of political dissent in the US you can't really describe American democracy outside of the core principle of debate and with that comes dissent disagreement and later very convincing fake guacamole the scary thing about this fake orca mall is that also oxidizes it also turns a little brown just like an avocado it's made from the first these headlines live from NPR news a in Washington I'm Jax beer Britain is warning U. K. shipping to stay away from the strait of hormones that's after a Ron's revolutionary guard force captured a British flag oil tanker there NPR's Jacki north reports it comes two weeks after the UK detained are Ronnie and tanker near Gibraltar in a statement the owner of the British registered tanker says the vessel was approached by unidentified small craft and helicopters as it was in international waters it said it was unable to contact the vessel or its crew of twenty three I take a tracking site fleet mon says the ship was heading to Saudi Arabia when it suddenly veered into Ronnie and waters Iran's revolutionary guards of the tanker had violated international law as well passing through the strait of for moose the U. cases it's urgently seeking information and assessing the situation the incident is just the latest in a number of confrontations that are increasing tensions in the Persian Gulf Jackie north them NPR news the war of words continues between president Donald Trump and a wrong over the reported downing a running and drone by US military vessel in the strait of warm moose trump says there is no doubt about it the drone was destroyed while the Rhonda dies it lost an unmanned aircraft from made his remarks in the oval office today he announced via Twitter this week the USS boxer took defensive action against the drone after came within a thousand yards of the U. S. vessel least apartments across the country say they are partnering with doorbell security camera company raining as part of an effort to fight crime ring already has an app called neighbors which encourages residents to share video of suspicious activity police departments rather use the apple provides subsidies to offer discounted cameras to residents as they seek to set up a neighborhood watch system captain Ron ties with the Livonia Michigan police department says the city was an early partner I think it's actually from ammonia in fact we were one of the first police departments in the state of Michigan to be involved with this and I I feel it has made the community safer however some critics of raise privacy concerns they also accused the company subsidiary of Amazon of stirring up Thier to market the cameras St Louis federal reserve president James Bullard says he would support a quarter of a point reduction in interest rates when the fed meets later this month overboard also noted that does not mean the fed is on a path to dramatically lower rates he said fed officials would need to decide what to communicate about the economic numbers they're looking at when they take their next steps the fed meets July thirtieth through the thirty first began on the sidelines of a conference at Columbia University bullets as policy makers will also have to see how the economy develops going forward stocks move between small gains and losses today before ending the session lower the Dow was down sixty eight points to twenty seven thousand one fifty four the nasdaq fell sixty points the S. and P. five hundred was down eighteen points this is NPR from KQED news I'm terrace Siler California employers added more than forty six thousand jobs last month according to government data out today that represents the second highest month of job growth in the states so far this year KQ these Brian what reports forty six thousand is more than twice the number of jobs California gained in may about a quarter of June's job growth came in the construction sector while the state's jobless rate held steady at four point two percent the unemployment rate among bear counties went up around a half a percent from may to June a state labor market researcher says the shift has become typical at the time of year when schools close for the summer in college students come home looking for jobs I'm Brian white KQED news the American civil liberties union has filed a response to the trump administration's appeal to the US Supreme Court on border wall finding the administration is urging the nation's highest court to help it secure two and a half million dollars by next week so can start construction a seal ACLU lead attorney drawer lightly dean filed a response today it shows that they're desperate to spend taxpayer money as fast as possible without normal judicial review and before Congress has a chance to pass on what they've done a federal district judge in Oakland has ruled against the administration's efforts to re direct military funds to the project and the ninth circuit court of appeals in San Francisco back to that court's decision to halt construction using the money which was denied by Congress the ACLU is suing on behalf of the Sierra Club and border communities saying there would be no turning back if justices.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer Britain is warning U. K. shipping to stay away from the strait of hormones that's after a Ron's revolutionary guard force captured a British flag oil tanker there NPR's Jacki north reports it comes two weeks after the UK detained are Ronnie and tanker near Gibraltar in a statement the owner of the British registered tanker says the vessel was approached by unidentified small craft and helicopters as it was in international waters it said it was unable to contact the vessel or its crew of twenty three a tanker tracking site fleet mon says the ship was heading to Saudi Arabia when it suddenly veered into Iranian waters Iran's revolutionary guards to the tanker had violated international laws while passing through the strait of for moose the U. cases it's urgently seeking information and assessing the situation the incident is just the latest in a number of confrontations that are increasing tensions in the Persian Gulf Jackie north them NPR news the war of words continues between president Donald Trump and a wrong over the reported downing a running and drone by US military vessel in the strait of war movies trump says there is no doubt about it the drone was destroyed while the Rhonda dies it lost an unmanned aircraft from made his remarks in the oval office today he announced via Twitter this week the USS boxer took defensive action against the drone after came within a thousand yards of the U. S. vessel police departments across the country said they are partnering with doorbell security camera company raining as part of an effort to fight crime ring already has an app called neighbors which encourages residents to share video of suspicious activity police departments rather use the apple provides subsidies to offer discounted cameras to residents as they seek to set up a neighborhood watch system captain Ron ties with the Livonia Michigan police department says he said he was an early partner I think it's excellent for Lavagna in fact we were one of the first police departments in the state of Michigan to be involved with this and I I feel it has made the community safer however some critics of raise privacy concerns they also accuse the company subsidiary of Amazon of stirring up fear to market the cameras St Louis federal reserve president James Bullard says he would support a quarter of a point reduction in interest rates when the fed meets later this month overboard also noted that does not mean the fed is on a path to dramatically lower rates he said fed officials would need to decide what to communicate about the economic numbers they're looking at when they take their next steps the fed meets July thirtieth through the thirty first began on the sidelines of a conference at Columbia University bullets as policy makers will also have to see how the economy develops going forward stocks move between small gains and losses today before ending the session lower the Dow was down sixty eight points to twenty seven thousand one fifty four the nasdaq fell sixty points the S. and P. five hundred was down eighteen points this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York com Shawn Carlson made of laws it was blasting the MTA for a massive system meltdown the NCAA's says the service has been restored on the one two three four five six and the forty second street shuttle between Grand Central in Times Square officials say strap hangers can expect residual delays the authority says and network communications issue is responsible for those issues though it has not identified because just yet made a buzz you said the N. Y. P. dispatched officers this evening to help manage extreme crowding and stations and on platforms we'll have more details on this story as we get.

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"michigan police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:38 min | 3 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The Jackson Five it was on the charts for four weeks at number one, the Beatles. Let it be at number one on the charts for two weeks. So interesting there, but the the Beatles one of the most successful in all billboard and music history. But the Jackson vibe they held their own for sure they did quite well themselves. I want to get to Aretha Franklin specifically because I don't know if we talked about this or not, but she did not have a will. And she's the Queen of soul. I mean, she recorded our ESPN down at muscle shoals, Alabama were Leonard Skinner recorded. So we home Alabama and the Rolling Stones recorded there in so many different artists recorded there. But not having a will after she made all that money caused the problem for her heirs. Now, they're learning. Her estate allegedly owes the IRS millions of dollars in back taxes. So I guess the lesson here is if your retirement plan is dependent on receiving an inheritance, then you better get yourself a plan to absolutely we did actually talk about Aretha, you know, last year when she passed away a couple of months after we found out, you know. And that's usually when you find out right is somebody did not have a will. Because what happens is everything is transparent. Everything kinda goes through probate and everybody finds out. Where your stuff is and all of your if you will your Turkey laundry gets aired Everson becomes kind of public. But very interesting that this came out from the Detroit Free Press article says Aretha Franklin's estate in turmoil as police investigate theft, but in December. Of twenty eighteen tuck the IRS filed a claim in Oakland County probate court, alleging the estate of singer Aretha Franklin owed millions in back taxes and penalties. An attorney for the estate told the AP that at least three million dollars in back taxes had been paid back to the IRS sense Franklin's death, and according to TMZ the late singer owed more than six point three million in back taxes going from twenty twelve all the way through twenty eighteen and an additional one point five million and penalties. Downing to me, I mean, millions of dollars. Meanwhile, the Bloomfield Township Michigan police department is investigating a theft from Franklin's a state police told the paper that an active investigation is underway. But that it started before Franklin's death. Her son has been trying to force the estate to produce monthly financial documents to Franklin's airs. But the estate won't turn over the information because it claims that can negatively impact the criminal investigation involving missing assets from the estate, so what a mess, and I don't think anybody intentionally wants to leave a mess like this and have millions of dollars in back taxes. And and look maybe she just didn't care, but she certainly would have saved the family and the Air's that's important to you just doing a little bit of state planning. I mean, you really sit down with an attorney and did this, and it's a couple of hours tug and maybe review it once a year. He spent an hour maybe reviewing it say anything I want to change airs that I want to disinherit or else I wanna put in or takeout like divorce. Just changing your your beneficiary fisheries. Yes. This is just stop at one of the benefits when you're working with somebody. And we look I'm not an attorney, and nobody in my office is an attorney, but we work with and one of the things that we stress we ask people to bring in their documents. If they so I don't have any or or when's the last time you update Ben ten years, we probably need to get you to an estate planning attorney. Make sure your documents are updated. Make sure your power of attorneys are updated. You know, make sure your hip approved. And because when hip came out that changed the financial power of attorney. So you've got up. I'd say hip appliance probably a better word. Okay. Make sure your state playing Dr hip compliant, but this is just one of the benefits of working with a firm. That's comprehend. Because we say, hey, if we end up working together once we get the money set up in the right buckets, and we got the income plan done and how we're gonna take Cisco and say, hey, let's go ahead. And update these documents here's a couple of folks that we work with and we'll send you down there. If you've got documents, maybe they just need a couple of things need to be updated. You know, because maybe she had some stuff in here. You did it when the kids were really young. And now, they don't really need a guardian. And now one of them is really really responsible. And you don't have to have all the strings attached to the money, or maybe you find out you've got you know, I was called that black seat. Who is like? Oh my gosh. They're yeah. They're older, but they're burning through money. They're not doing very well in terms of managing money. And the last thing we would wanna do Brian is turned over half a million or a million dollars to one of our children who just hasn't demonstrated fiscal responsibility. Well, there's some things you can do. And so those are the types of conversations that we have even though we are attorneys. We really think that's part of kind of, you know, advanced planning strategy because we're talking about wealth transfer. That's part of our advanced planning strategies, that's one of the four legs of advanced planning is wealth transfer doesn't always have to be within the family. But a lot of the times it is. And how do you do that most efficiently? If that's important to you. You gotta have a plan. You got to have this thought out you have to have somebody that can advocate on your side for you. And look out for these things that are coming your way that maybe haven't even thought about like, you said changing beneficiaries, if you're inheriting or what would you say disowning? So disinherit is inheriting disinherit just as much as you can if you're in line, and maybe she did it on purpose. It is. I don't know. Maybe shouldn't have a great relationship with the son. I don't know. You know, if it's just you it's kind of a coin toss. And you don't carry any wanted to go to probate and everybody to get in there and get a piece of the estate, and you don't care if that all becomes public eight, God bless that's your free. Will everybody has free will? But man, oh, man. If you've got a spouse or children or grandchildren, nieces and nephews. I just think you know, it's not paying fantasy owed millions of dollars in back taxes. He could afford to spend a thousand fifteen hundred dollars to do some general estate planning. You know, get a living will healthcare power of attorney financial power of attorney those types of things that's not a huge expense. And then she wanted to set up a trust for charity your children. I mean, she could do that too. And it's it's a couple of bucks more, but she made plenty of money. Yeah. It's I guess it's just something that was not important to her or nobody ever told her nobody ever talked to her about it. Maybe it was as simple as that. And look there's plenty of people that are in that boat that just don't think they either have enough or don't trust someone enough. I mean, there's a thousand reasons I just have a hard time believing somebody that made that much money the Queen of soul for being in the music business as long as she was did not have a team of planners, encouraging her. To hate in need to get your state plan done. But if you think about it though, you brought up rob gronkowski how he's done really really well with his money, but look how many NFL players years ago, even though they made really good money ended up being bankrupt because they didn't have someone to help them. And now the NFL's implemented a program that is specific to teaching the guys coming out of college that all of a sudden come into a large amount of money. How to handle it how to handle it and how to keep it look Aretha Franklin. But that's what I'm saying. She owed six point three somebody, obviously, CPA or accountant or somebody should have noticed that. I mean, holy smokes. Like is anybody doing her taxes the last six years? I don't know. Did you have it advisors? AA? You know, I mean, we talked to people say get this much money usually gonna pay about this much in taxes. We can talk about some strategies, but usually it can't eliminate it. All but I mean, really. Oversight. And again at the end of the day. She may have said to heck with you guys. I'm not paying my taxes. I don't care. I'm not setting up a will. But I just find that really really hard believe it seems surprising. You're exactly right listening to rallies retirement coach with Brian Raleigh rally well solutions in Raleigh capital management..

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"michigan police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

08:41 min | 3 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So Brian you asked me about ABC the Jackson Five it was on the charts for four weeks at number one, the Beatles. Let it be at number one on the charts for two weeks. So interesting there, but the the Beatles one of the most successful in all a billboard in music history. But the Jacksonville they held their own for sure they did quite well themselves. I want to get to Aretha Franklin specifically because I don't know if we talked about this or not, but she did not have a will. And she's the Queen of soul. I mean, she recorded our ESPN CT down at muscle shoals, Alabama were Leonard Skinner recorded. So we home Alabama and the Rolling Stones recorded there in so many different artists recorded there. But not having a will after she made all that money caused the problem for her heirs. Now, they're learning to her estate allegedly owes the IRS millions of dollars in back taxes. So I guess the lesson here is if your retirement plan is dependent on receiving an inheritance, then you better get yourself a plan to absolutely we did actually talk about Aretha last year when she passed away a couple of months after we found out, you know, that's usually when you find out right is somebody did not have a will. Because what happens is everything is transparent. Everything kinda goes through probate and everybody finds out. Where your stuff is and all of your if you will your Turkey laundry gets aired becomes kind of public. But very interesting that this came out from the Detroit Free Press article says Aretha Franklin's estate in turmoil as police investigate effect, but in December. Of twenty eighteen the IRS filed a claim in Oakland County probate court, alleging the estate of singer Aretha Franklin owed millions in back taxes and penalties. An attorney for the estate told the AP that at least three million dollars in back taxes had been paid back to the IRS sense Franklin's death, and according to TMZ the late singer owed more than six point three million in back taxes going from twenty twelve all the way through twenty eighteen and an additional one point five million and penalties. Downing to me, I mean, millions of dollars. Meanwhile, the Bloomfield Township Michigan police department is investigating a theft from Franklin's a state police told the paper that an active investigation is underway. But that it started before Franklin's death. Her son has been trying to force the estate to produce monthly financial documents to Franklin's airs. But the estate won't turn over the information because it claims that can negatively impact the criminal investigation involving missing assets from the state, so what a mess, and I don't think anybody intentionally wants to leave a mess like this and have millions of dollars in back taxes, and maybe she just didn't care, but she certainly would've saved the family and the Air's at that's important to you just doing a little bit estate planning. I mean, you really you sit down with attorney and did this, and it's a couple of hours tug and maybe review it once a year. You spend an hour maybe reviewing it say anything I want to change airs that I want to disinherit or else I wanna put in or takeout like divorce, just changing your your beneficiaries. Yes. This is just stop at one of the benefits when you're working with somebody. And we look I'm not an attorney and nobody in my office is an attorney, but we work with attorneys, and one of the things that we stress we ask people to bring in their documents. So I don't have any or or well, when's the last time update ten years, we'd probably need to get you to an estate planning attorney. Make sure your documents are updated. Make sure your power of attorneys are updated. You know, make sure your hip approved because when he came out that changed the financial power of attorney. So you've got up I'd say hippo compliance. Probably a better word. Okay. Make sure your state playing Dr hip compliant, but this is just one of the benefits of working with a firm. That's comprehend. Because we say, hey, if we end up working together once we get the money set up in the right buckets, and we got the income plan done and how we're gonna take say, hey, let's go ahead. And update these documents. Here's a couple of folks that we work with and we'll send you down there. If you've got documents, maybe they just need a couple things need to be updated. You know, because maybe had some stuff in here, you did it when the kids were really young. And now, they don't really need a guardian. And now one of them is really really responsible. And you don't have to have all the strings attached to the money or maybe you find out while I was called that black seat. Who is like oh my gosh. Yeah. They're older, but they're burning through money. They're not doing very well in terms of managing money. And the last thing we would wanna do Brian is turn over half a million or a million dollars to one of our children who just hasn't demonstrated fiscal responsibility. Well, there's some things you can do. And so those are the types of conversations that we have even though we are attorneys. We really think that's part of kind of, you know, advanced planning strategy because we're talking about wealth transfer. That's part of our advanced planning strategies, that's one of the four legs of advanced planning is wealth transfer doesn't always have to be within the family. But a lot of the times it is. And how do you do that most efficiently? If that's important to you. You gotta have a plan. You got to have this thought out you have to have somebody that can advocate on your side for you. And look out for these things that are coming your way that maybe haven't even thought about like, you said changing beneficiaries, if you're inheriting or what would you say disowning? So disinherit is inheriting just as much as you can if you're in line, and maybe she did it on purpose. I dunno. Maybe shouldn't have a great relationship with the son. I don't know, you know, if it's just you it's kind of a coin toss. And you don't care any wanted to go to probate and everybody to get in there and get a piece of the state, and you. Don't care if that all becomes public. Hey, you know, God bless that's your free. Will everybody has free will? But man, oh, man. If you've got a spouse or children or grandchildren, nieces and nephews. I just think you know, it's not as you. Let's he's paying Tennessee owed millions of dollars in back taxes. He could afford to spend, you know, a thousand fifteen hundred dollars to do some general estate planning. You know, get a living will healthcare power of attorney financial power of attorney those types of things that's not a huge expense. And then she wants to set up a trust for charity your children. I mean, she could do that too. And it's it's a couple of bucks more, but she made plenty of money. Yeah. It's I guess it's just something that was not important to her or nobody ever told her nobody ever talked to her about it. Maybe it was as simple as that. And look there's plenty of people that are in that boat that just don't think they either have enough or don't trust someone enough. I mean, there's a thousand reasons I just have a hard time believing somebody that made that much money the Queen of soul for being in the music business as long as she was did not have a team of planners, encouraging her. To hate you need to get your state plan done. But if you think about it though, you brought up rob gronkowski and how he's done really really well with his money, but look how many NFL players years ago, even though they made really good morning ended up being bankrupt because they didn't have someone to help them. And now the NFL's implemented a program that is specific to teaching the guys coming out of college that all of a sudden come into a large amount of money. How to handle it how to handle it and how to keep it look Aretha Franklin. But that's what I'm saying. She owed six point three somebody, obviously, CPA or accountant or somebody should have noticed that. I mean, holy smokes. Like is anybody doing her taxes the last six years? I I don't know. Did you have it advisors? AA? You know, I mean, we talked to people say get this much money usually going to pay about this much in taxes. We can talk about some strategies, but usually can't eliminate it all, but I mean, they're just really. Oversight. And again at the end of the day. She may have said to heck with you guys. I'm not paying my taxes. I don't care. I'm not setting up a will. But I just find that really really hard to believe it seems surprising. You're exactly right listening to rallies retirement coach with Brian Raleigh Raleigh well solutions in Raleigh capital management..

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106.1 FM WTKK

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"michigan police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Better get yourself a plan to absolutely we did actually talk about Aretha last year when she passed away a couple of months after we found out, you know. And that's usually when you find out right is somebody did not have a will. Because what happens is everything is transparent. Everything kind of goes through probate and everybody finds out. Where your stuff is and all of your if you will your Turkey laundry gets aired in Everson becomes kind of public. But very interesting that this came out from the Detroit Free Press article says Aretha Franklin's estate in turmoil as police investigate effect. But in December. Of twenty eighteen the IRS filed a claim in Oakland County probate court, alleging the estate of singer Aretha Franklin owed millions in back taxes and penalties. An attorney for the estate told the AP that at least three million dollars in back taxes had been paid back to the IRS sense Franklin's death, and according to TMZ the late singer owed more than six point three million in back taxes going from twenty twelve all the way through twenty eighteen and an additional one point five million and penalties. Goodness. Downing to me. I mean, millions of dollars. Meanwhile, the Bloomfield Township Michigan police department is investigating a theft from Franklin's a state police told the paper that enact if that investigation is underway. But that it started before Franklin's death. Her son has been trying to force the estate to produce monthly financial documents to Franklin's airs. But the estate won't turn over the information because it claims that can negatively impact the criminal investigation involving missing assets from the estate, so what a mess, and I don't think anybody intensively wants to leave a mess like this and have millions of dollars in back taxes, and maybe she just didn't care, but she certainly would've saved the family and the Air's that's important to you just doing a little bit estate planning. I mean, you really you sit down with attorney and do this. And it's a couple of hours tug and maybe review it once a year. He spent an hour maybe reviewing it say anything, I want to change airs that I want to disinherit or else I wanna put in or takeout like divorce, just changing your your beneficiaries. Yes. This is just stop at one of the benefits when you're working with somebody. And we look I'm not an attorney and nobody in my office is an attorney, but we work with attorneys, and one of the things that we stress we asked people to bring in their documents. If they so I don't have any or or well, when's the last time you update Ben ten years? We'd probably need to get you to an estate planning attorney. Make sure your documents are updated. Make sure your power of attorneys are updated. You know, make sure your hip approved. And because when hip came out that changed the financial power of attorney. So you've got up. I'd say hip appliance probably a better word. Okay. Make sure your state playing Dr hip compliant, but this is just one of the benefits of working with a firm. That's comprehend. Because we say, hey, if we end up working together once we get the money set up in the right buckets, and we got the income plan done and how we're gonna take say, hey, let's go ahead. And update these documents. Here's a couple of folks that we work with and we'll send you down near if you've got documents. Maybe they just need a couple of things need to be updated. You know, because maybe she had some stuff in here. You did it when the kids were really young, and they don't really need a guardian. And now one of them is really really responsible. And you don't have to have all the strings attached to the money, or maybe you find out, you know, I was called that black seat. Who is like oh my gosh. Yeah. They're older, but they're burning through money. They're not doing very well in terms of managing money. And the last thing we would wanna do Brian is turn over half a million or a million dollars to one of our children who just hasn't demonstrated fiscal responsibility. Well, there's some things you can do. And so those are the types of conversations out we have even though we are attorneys. We really think that's part of kind of, you know, advanced planning strategy because we're talking about wealth transfer. That's part of our advanced planning strategies, that's one of the four legs of advanced planning is wealth transfer doesn't always have to be within the family. But a lot of the times it is. And how do you do that most efficiently? If that's important to you. You gotta have a plan. You got to have this thought out you have to have somebody that can advocate on your side for you. And look out for these things that are coming your way that maybe haven't even thought about like, you said changing beneficiaries, if you're inheriting or what would you say disowning? So she disinherit is inheriting disinherit just as much as you can if you're in line, and maybe she did it on purpose. It is. I don't know have a great relationship with the son. I don't know. You know, if it's just you it's kind of a coin toss. And you don't care any wanted to go to probate and everybody to get an and get a piece of the estate, and you don't care if that all becomes public. Hey, you know, God bless that's your free. Will everybody has free will? But man, oh, man. If you've got a spouse or children or grandchildren, nieces and nephews. I just think it's kinda four he's paying Tennessee owed millions of dollars in back taxes. He could afford to spend thousands of fifteen hundred dollars to do some general estate planning. You know, get a living will healthcare power of attorney financial power of attorney those types of things that's not a huge expense. And then, you know, she wants to set up a trust for charity your children. I mean, she could do that too. And it's it's a couple of bucks more, but she may plenty of money. Yeah. It's I guess it's just something that was not important to her or nobody ever told her nobody ever talked to her about it. Maybe it was as simple as that. Look, there's plenty of people that are in that boat that just don't think they either have enough or don't trust someone enough. I mean, there's a thousand reasons I just have a hard time believing somebody that made that much money the Queen of soul for being in the music business as long as she was did not have a team of planners, encouraging her. To hate you need to get your state plan done. But if you think about it though, you brought up rob gronkowski and how he's done really really well with his money, but look how many NFL players years ago, even though they made really good money ended up being bankrupt because they didn't have someone to help them. And now the NFL's implemented a program that is specific to teaching the guys coming out of college that all of a sudden come into a large amount of money. How to handle it how to handle it? And how to keep it. I mean, look Aretha Franklin. But that's what I'm saying. She owed six point three somebody, obviously, CPA or accountant or somebody should have noticed that. I mean, holy smokes. Like is anybody doing her taxes the last six years? I I don't know. Did you have an adviser say, you know, I mean, we talked to people say get this much money usually gonna pay about this much in taxes. We can talk about some strategies, but usually can't eliminate it all, but I mean, they're just really. Oversight. And again at the end of the day. She may have said to heck with you guys. I'm not paying my taxes. I don't care. I'm not setting up a will. But I just find that really really hard. Yeah. Surprising. You're exactly right listening to rallies. Retirement coach, Bryan Raleigh Raleigh well solutions in Raleigh capital management..

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