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Oklahoma asks court: Make J&J pay $9.3B to end opioid crisis
"Isn't finished and seeking an even higher penalty against Johnson and Johnson to help cover the cost of treating the state's opioid crisis. Correspondent Jackie Quinn has Maurine this report. Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter went back to court against Johnson and Johnson, now seeking $9.3 billion, He says a court order last year for $465 million would cover just one year of the state's abatement program. Johnson and Johnson argued last year the award should be reduced to offset pretrial settlements between Oklahoma and two other drugmakers. So now the attorney general's office is asking the state Supreme Court to uphold the judge's finding Johnson and Johnson is to blame for the state's opioid crisis. I'm Jackie Quinn. Breaking
Oklahoma asks court: Make J&J pay $9.3B to end opioid crisis
"The state of Oklahoma seeking even more money from Johnson and Johnson to help cover the cost of treating the state's opioid crisis Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunter went back to court against Johnson and Johnson now seeking nine point three billion dollars to provide complete relief for the pharmaceutical companies roll it over supplying highly addictive pain killers he says a court order last year for four hundred sixty five million dollars would cover just one year of the state's abatement program Johnson and Johnson argued last year the award should be reduced to offset pre trial settlements between Oklahoma and two other drug makers so now the attorney general's office is asking the state Supreme Court to uphold the judge's finding Johnson and Johnson is to blame for the state's opioid crisis hi Jackie Quinn
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"A June 2020. A deadly wreck. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the K G. Okay, Usinor. This's Oklahoma's first news. One more warm day. Enjoy it because change is coming. Our forecast. Is coming up. One person is dead and three others injured after a car appears to have tried to go up off ramp on I 2 35 near Lincoln in Reno last night. Oklahoma City Police Lieutenant Isaac Goodman says the car appears to have missed a curve. And falling onto a train tracks vehicle was at a high rate of speed when it ran out of roadway and actually circumvented several barriers that were put in place to keep vehicle traffic from ending up on the railroad tracks here. Tracks will be inspected for damage. The epic Charter Schools board meeting last night to our dress, a scathing 120 page audit that included allegations the state's largest school system misspent about $11 million in state funding. Epic Attorney Libby Scott says that was because of a mistake. What's the mistake was paid back immediately. It was a game of home because that means that California school paid A portion of the salaries for these one On one employee sharing didn't work out. Epic. Administrators admitted they provided services to California but said all the money has been accounted for in Oklahoma has not lost money epic has 60,000 mostly online students. A state health department reports another 19 Coben 19 deaths in Oklahoma That brings the death toll. The 1210. The number of people in the hospital with Coben 19 has climbed 870. With more than 300 intensive care. State Attorney General Mike Hunters asking Congress to pass legislation that would allow Native American tribes to compact with the state on criminal Justice matters. Margo Maranhao reports. The request is related to the recent McGirt Supreme Court ruling that much of the eastern part of Oklahoma remains native land. Hunter is asking Congress to approve compacts that would allow tribes to agree to share jurisdiction.
Attorney general warns of privacy issues surrounding contact tracing apps
"Warning about certain covert related apps here's Beth Myers state Attorney General Mike hunter is warning Oklahomans that downloading certain contact tracing apps could compromise their personal information is among a group of thirty eight state attorneys general asking apple and Google to take steps to protect consumers contact tracing is the way health officials notify certain people they may have been exposed to covert nineteen hunter says there is proposed federal legislation to address the privacy concerns but he says there's currently no national standard for how the apps should work
FTC warns some facilities forcing Medicaid recipients to sign over checks
"A warning for nursing homes as we hear from Beth Myers state Attorney General Mike hunter is warning nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Oklahoma that they are not allowed to require their residents receiving Medicaid to sign over their stimulus payments he says the payments are considered a tax credit and they are not part of federal benefits programs like Medicaid hunter says his office has it received any complaints as of yet but he says he is monitoring the situation and will take action if
Oklahoma to resume lethal injections after plan to use gas for executions stalls
"Oklahoma said to move forward with lethal injections after they were put on hold following a series of botched executions Attorney General Mike hunter says Oklahoma will resume executions using a three drug lethal injection protocol recalls humane and constitutionally valid we are assured that any challenges to the updated three drug protocol will clear the judicial process Oklahoma been twenty fifteen also became the first state of the nation to approve the use of nitrogen gas for use in executions though never finalized plans to use it Jeff man also
"mike hunters" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of all stripes plenty to vote against but judge didn't order Johnson and Johnson a paid off money when he said the company must pay four hundred sixty five million dollars to address Oklahoma's opioid crisis that's what the state said in an appeal filed this week Attorney General Mike hunter argues the award is only enough to pay for one year of the state's abatement plan now during last summer's trial state experts testified it would cost about seventeen and a half billion dollars over thirty years to abate the state's opioid crisis by attorneys for Johnson and Johnson argued that that figure is wildly inflated the state also filed an application with the court for reimbursement of litigation expenses and Boeing appeared to get the message out last week from aviation authorities here in the US the ground at seven thirty seven MAX won't be approved to fly any time soon on Monday Boeing responded announcing it will suspend production of the Max in definitely starting in January a Joe sweeter man is an aviation experts I think calling production as as a pretty major downside that disrupts the whole supply chain that that puts labor and terrible spotted it causes a real loss of the economies of scale of this airplane has you keep that assembly line go on because of all the efficiencies he on the other hand producing these plans are not holding you got a lot of planes sitting on the ground appreciating needing to be paid for the airlines certain are gonna pay for planes until they're ready for flight so morning is really between a rock and a hard place here in Bowling be the first to acknowledge that major mistakes are made both on their part of the part of the FAA regulators not being completely forthcoming about the problems and that's really exasperated the current.
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"Radio. X. X. Y. FM ninety six point one. Oklahoma City. where at home rape kit good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Katie okay news that are heading to the low eighties today our forecast is coming up state Attorney General Mike hunters as two companies are marketing at home right kids in Oklahoma and misleading consumers these products are not admissible in court hunter says rape evidence must be collected by a specially trained nurse and a chain of custody must be protected he's ordered the two companies to stop marketing their kids in Oklahoma more than thirty seven hundred DHS employees getting raises here's Beth Myers good news for DHS employees Oklahoma department of Human Services director Justin brown says more than thirty seven hundred front line employees will receive up thirteen percent pay raise so we're you know candidly trying to appreciate the folks that work for us and that have been earning less than their agency peers and so now we're getting them to to that level he says the races are being funded by removing four hundred vacant positions from the books he says DHS is still looking to hire another five hundred fifty employees the trump administration repealed a major obamacare I clean water regulation John decker reports EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler criticize the old regulations that limited the amount of pollution and chemicals in the nation's waters over time.
Opioid crisis: Johnson & Johnson hit by landmark ruling
"State Attorney General Mike hunters as Johnson and Johnson will finally be held accountable for thousands of deaths in Oklahoma because by downplaying the risks of opioids Johnson and Johnson was the king pin behind the nation's ongoing opioid crisis Cleveland county judge that Baldwin yesterday ordered Johnson Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of Oklahoma to abate the opioid crisis hunter says he hopes the judgment will provide some solace to the thousands of families who have tragically lost a loved one due to an opioid overdose meanwhile the drugmaker plans to appeal yesterday's ruling Johnson and Johnson attorney Sabrina strong says the ruling is in her words a radical departure from public nuisance law public nuisance law has been limited to
Johnson & Johnson calls judge's ruling “flawed”
"A judge in Oklahoma found Johnson and Johnson and its subsidiaries help fuel that states opioid drug prices the ruling is from Cleveland county district judge fad Balkan crisis has ravaged the state of Oklahoma fees ordering Johnson Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million one hundred two thousand and twenty eight dollars Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunters says Johnson and Johnson built its brand out of greed and on the backs of pain and suffering of innocent people Johnson and Johnson view of the rolling we believe that it is flawed attorney Sabrina strong expressed sympathy for people suffering with substance abuse but Johnson and Johnson did not cause the opioid abuse crisis here in Oklahoma for anywhere in this country I'm a
"mike hunters" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Morning I'm mark Caesar this update is brought you by nerds in a flash Johnson and Johnson will appeal a major court ruling that Oklahoma's opioid trial ruling is from Cleveland county district judge that Balkan crisis has ravaged the state of Oklahoma he's ordering Johnson Johnson to pay five hundred seventy two million one hundred two thousand and twenty eight dollars Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunters says Johnson and Johnson built its brand out of greed and on the backs of pain and suffering of innocent people Johnson and Johnson view of the rolling we believe that it is flawed attorney Sabrina strong expressed sympathy for people suffering with substance abuse but Johnson and Johnson did not cause the opioid abuse crisis here in Oklahoma or anywhere in this country I'm a Donahue Austin wants to spend big on a new climate officer councilmember great guitars already made this an issue of equity in race claiming his district will be hurt the most by climate change it is those people who are going to suffer first in our suffering now due to lack of calling this the emergency that it truly is with the Amazon fire is making headlines across the globe the city manager's moving swiftly in search of a new climate resiliency officer who when hired will be paid roughly a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year to act as a point person while this position's duties are still unclear it is expected a lonely increase the push for things like more mass transit and very dense areas of housing Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the general administration is ending a method for avoiding deportation the trump administration has ended discretionary deferrals that allowed immigrant families facing serious health issues to avoid deportation while they or relatives receive lifesaving medical treatment or dealt with other hardships a spokeswoman for citizenship and immigration services says the policy change went into effect August seventh the new policy affects all pending requests with exceptions allowed only for military members and their families the spokeswoman says going forward applications for deportation deferrals will have to go to immigrations and customs enforcement Mike Rossio washing see Austin city council is following a court order to re write the ballot language on a public vote about expanding the convention center but since the new language doesn't exactly match up with the language proposed by unconventional Alston supporters like local lawyer Fred Lewis wonder if they'll need to go to the courts again I have to read it think about it but the right thing to do is what the council members didn't do which was used the petition language says it's a shame council could not keep from putting their thumb on the scale the first place on the city side council member Jamie Flanagan defends the new language saying the petitions didn't fall below the court order either John cooling newsradio kale BJ six thirty three here's Austin's on time traffic.
Johnson, Mike Hunter And Attorney discussed on KDWN Programming
"Up five hundred and seventy two million dollar ruling by an Oklahoma judge against Johnson and Johnson in an opioid lawsuit will be appealed to the state Supreme Court Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunter argue that the company aggressively marketed opioids by overstating their effectiveness while underplaying the addiction risk an attorney for Johnson and Johnson called the judge's decision blog judge Bachmann has affirmed our position that Johnson and Johnson rated five three and avarice is responsible for the opioid epidemic in our state Johnson and Johnson
"mike hunters" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Opioid Johnson and Johnson motivated by greed and avarice is responsible for the opioid epidemic in our state Attorney General Mike hunters as Johnson and Johnson will finally be held accountable for thousands of deaths caused by downplaying the side effects of opioids hunter says the company built its billion dollar brand out of greed and it's been the king pen behind the nation's opioid crisis a new poll shows a nearly three way tie between senator Bernie Sanders senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden in the race for the democratic presidential nomination the Monmouth university poll released Monday put Sanders and Warren both that twenty percent of the pole with Biden at nineteen percent the former vice president pledging thirteen percentage points from the thirty two percent he had an Monmouth's last national poll that was back in June and alleged prostitute is under arrest and facing charges in connection to the death of a New York City chef James flipping has details forty one year old Angelina parini charged in federal court accused of distributing substances containing fennel sources indicate she told police that she give him a thirty three year old Andre as emperor only liquid ecstasy and then you never woke up after passing out he served as the head chef at chip Brianti dolci in Grand Central Terminal workers reported him missing and he was found dead last Thursday wrapped in a blanket inside in Elmhurst queens hotel that neighbors described as a prostitution and drug den Marini the accused also faces charges in connection to two other fatal overdoses I'm James flippant.
Judge orders drugmaker to pay $572 million in opioid lawsuit
"In the first opioid crisis ruling in the state trial against a pharmaceutical company a judge in Oklahoma ruled the Johnson and Johnson must pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to the state of Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunter Johnson and Johnson was a king in behind the nation's ongoing opioid crisis Johnson Johnson says it will appeal another opioid trial is scheduled to start in October in
"mike hunters" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"General Mike hunter after the ruling I know personally that it met with unspoken the families of those whose loved ones have been erased by an opioid overdose words will never be enough to take the pain away on hunter said he hopes the ruling provide some solace to the thousands of family trip tragically lost a loved one due to an opioid overdose the landmark decision expected to have national implications as other states look to hold pharmaceutical companies responsible for the opioid crisis I'm plate novel president trump may be more open to more trade talks of China after the G. seven summit during a thirty minute press conference trump said he's more hopeful for a deal after China's vice premier called for calm attitude in negotiations it's a shift in tone after weekend that saw China and the U. S. threatening increase tariffs on one another's imported goods are you now ready to make a deal that's a fair deal on a good deal for the United States otherwise I will not make a deal in Washington I would be wild the F. B. I. received thousands of tips in the public in the days after massacres in el Paso in Dayton correspondent Jessica Schneider reports some suspects are in custody as a result a typical week of tapes to the F. B. I.'s National Front operations center it numbers about twenty two thousand but in the week after those two mass shootings the N. T. O. C. received thirty eight thousand tips that's about a seventy two percent increase big gains today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average rose by triple digits closing up two hundred seventy points the S. and P. five hundred up thirty one the nasdaq gained one hundred two.
Oklahoma judge to rule in $17 billion opioid lawsuit against J&J
"A ruling expected later today Oklahoma's case against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson Jim Forsyth reports Cleveland county district judge fat Boltzmann's decision will be in the first state case to go to trial accusing an opioid drug maker of being responsible for the devastating consequences of pain killer addiction the case is at the forefront of a wave of lawsuits against drug companies over the opioid crisis Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunter has called Johnson and Johnson a king pan in the devastating public health
Oklahoma judge to rule on Monday in opioid lawsuit against J&J
"We will soon find out the verdict in the states opioid lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson Brian Gand tells us more Cleveland county judge that bald man has no restructured age in the state of Oklahoma as lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson for allegedly fueling the opioid crisis Baldwin will deliver his ruling on Monday the non jury lawsuit trial began in may lasted seven weeks state Attorney General Mike hunter once Johnson and Johnson to pay more than seventeen
Oklahoma judge to rule on Monday in opioid lawsuit against J&J
"We will soon learn the verdict in the states opioid lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson here's Brian began Cleveland county judge said Volkman has no restored verdict in the state of Oklahoma is lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson for allegedly fueling the opioid crisis Baldwin will deliver his ruling on Monday the non jury lawsuit trial began in may lasted seven weeks state Attorney General Mike hunter once Johnson and Johnson to pay more than seventeen billion
FCC passes new rules against "spoof" robocalls
"The FCC is banning caller ID spoofing and text messages that international calls the truth in caller ID active twenty nine previously prohibited misleading caller ID spoofing from domestic callers only the FCC says the scam involves frogs stirs working overseas call centers pretending to call from a trusted organization and making their phone numbers appear to match the organizations they pretend to represent Oklahoma Attorney General Mike hunter calls the new rules are meaningful action to help
Trial Wraps in Oklahoma's Opioid Lawsuit Against Johnson & Johnson
"And of course we're talking about the state's opioid lawsuit it did come to an end today with closing arguments delivered from both sides in again this non jury trial state Attorney General Mike hunters says drug maker Johnson and Johnson was the king pin company that helped fuel the state's opioid crisis a judge in this case because they're culpable and they're not in the case just because they've got deep pockets they happen have deep pockets which will assist them in taking responsibility for the mess that they create the state's lawsuit ask for nearly eighteen billion dollars Cleveland county district judge that both men again and now has the case and he indicated today that it could be a month or longer before he issues a
Oklahoma judge approves Teva's $85 million opioid settlement
"And eighty five million dollar opioid settlement agreement now a done deal here's beth myers state attorney general mike hunters says the state of oklahoma will receive funds from an eighty five million dollar opioid settlement agreement with teva pharmaceuticals later this week cleveland county judge that bulk men signed off on the agreement monday hunters says the funds will be used to help abate the opioid epidemic tab has agreed not to hire sales people in oklahoma to promote opioids it's also agreed to work with law enforcement on suspicious cases involving
First Opioid Trial Takes Aim at Johnson & Johnson
"Oklahoma is employing, a high risk legal strategy in the first trial against Johnson and Johnson over sales of it's addictive. Opioid painkillers seeking billions of dollars for costly public health crisis. Oklahoma attorney general, Mike hunter opened the trial by accusing J J of greed in helping create widespread addiction, nor centuries of experience well-documented scientific histories of deadly addiction academics and embarked on a cynical deceitful, multimillion dollar brainwashing campaign to establish opioid analgesics as the magic drug. Joining is Erik Gordon. A professor at the university of Michigan law school, Eric Teva settled, Purdue former settled why didn't J J settle? I think JJ thinks they have the strongest case that the case against them from Oklahoma is certainly a lot weaker than. Sort of the real bad guy here, or the, the putative, bad guy Purdue, where there's, there's lots of very specific evidence of, of marketing practices that, you know, look pretty bad the evidence against Johnson and Johnson doesn't seem to be as extensive or specific. And also, there's a huge difference in the in the amount of drugs of these opioids, J and J has sold versus Purdue. So I think overall downton Johnson thinks, perhaps, the three companies have Purdue, and Johnson and Johnson. They have the best chance of winning now, Oklahoma is relying on one legal theory, public nuisance law. Tell us about that theory and the problems of the Homa may have with it. That's really interesting because, you know, they started off with lots of theories deceptive trade practices and fraud. And then pretty much the last minute, they dropped all of them, but. Public nuisances and, and it's, it's a semi creative use of public nuisance. Because the classic idea about public nuisance is things like, you know, you're admitting noxious fumes that are affecting the public as a whole or one of my favorites since I live in a college town is the house full of college students that put these huge speakers outside in the middle of the night is boom, boom, boom music, nobody can sleep, so you get the place close as a public nuisance. The idea that the plying these opioids constitutes a public nuisance is pretty creative. And I think it's not a clear cause of action. It's going to be a tough one, but, you know, it has worked June. I mean, they, they used it in the big tobacco settlement, which was a huge settlement. They've used it against the gun manufacturers where pretty much hasn't worked. So I think it's going to be a test of that, that approach North Dakota tried it and. The judge North Dakota said, now this isn't the public nuisance. It might be something else. But it's not a public nuisance. So this is going to be a very interesting case to watch, how much is this case going to be a pattern for the cases that come after it? Yes. So since it's the first one that's actually going to trial in, in front of a fact finder, not going in front of a jury it's going in front of a judge. But it'll be watched very closely. I think if John J wins, it's gonna put a lot of pressure on other plaintiffs to settle. If JJ loses. I don't think it's the end for J and J. I think they will continue to defend other
Johnson & Johnson, Oklahoma come out swinging in first day of historic opioid trial
"Drugmakers being sued by Oklahoma for fuelling opioid addiction say the products, they manufactured were heavily regulated by state and federal agencies and ADR. Dressed an important need for pain. Management attorneys for Janssen. Pharmaceutical companies have Johnson and Johnson gave opening statements in the nation's first state trial against drug makers blamed in the opioid crisis. Oklahoma attorney general, Mike hunter, says the drugs led to the nation's worst man-made public health
First major trial in opioid crisis set to begin in Oklahoma
"The first major test of whether states can hold drugmakers accountable for the opioid crisis will take place in a courtroom in Oklahoma. Their lawyers for the state's attorney general, Mike hunter will argue that the marketing practices of Johnson and Johnson are to blame for widespread drug addiction, which has devastated. The state, the case is the first to go to trial of around two thousand lawsuits that have been brought by states, local municipalities and native American tribes against pharmaceutical companies
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"For the fifty two counties, including the governor state of emergency declaration attorney general Mike hunters says the emergency price stabilization act ensures fair prices for those negatively affected by this week storms. The act prohibits an increase of more than ten percent of the price of goods and services after declared emergency, and let's see Torney general pursue charges against individuals or businesses that engage in price gouging a Bill that would let expert witnesses. In domestic violence cases present evidence of the effects of violence. Sign into law. Senate Bill nine fifty eight by Senator Kay Floyd of Oklahoma City Representative Kevin west of Moore says the testimony can include the effects of the violence on the victims and their children and Tulsa city officials are thinking about raising the minimum age to ride a scooter to sixteen or eighteen this coming after the death. This last month of a five year old scooter passenger the mother was charged with child neglect and negligent homicide police say she may have fled to Mexico. I'm Brian Gan. O N news. Hitter, Oklahoma City, we made it to Friday and temperatures today will be an upper sixties, cloudy skies, scattered showers and storms and Ariza. Heavy rain could result in some localized flooding wins changing northerly behind a front tonight drying out lows in the mid fifties. And we'll have cloudy skies could see some fog in the morning tomorrow afternoon in the low seventies. Decreasing clouds, finally, some sunshine, breezy north win. And then for Sunday warmer in the upper seventies from the foreign stormcenter meteorologist, Emily Sutton. Newsradio one thousand KT okay studios or a service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for low T. Learn more at universalmensclinic dot com. Looking for an all natural weed and grass killer. Get.
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"February during the manufacturing process. It's not aware of any accidents associated with the defect contact your dealer. The body of a third person whose death is blamed on this week storms has been recovered Stevens county. Sheriff Wayne McKinney says the body of fair and Morgan was founded a pasture yesterday near Comanche. Mckinney says floodwaters swept away the fifty seven year old man Wednesday is he surveyed his property while riding in all-terrain vehicle. The national weather service says at least sixteen tornadoes were reported in Oklahoma on Tuesday, the state's law against price gouging is in effect for the fifty two counties included in the governor's state of emergency declaration attorney general Mike hunters says the emergency price stabilization act ensures fair prices for those negatively affected by this week storms, the act prohibits an increase of more than ten percent in the price of goods. Services after a declared emergency, and let's the attorney general pursue charges against individuals and businesses that engage in price gouging. It's been twenty years today since an f five tornado claimed dozens of lives it was part of an unprecedented. Outbreak of tornadoes that slammed into bridge creek. Dell city midwest city more Oklahoma City and several other communities in the early evening of may third nineteen ninety nine the tornado carried the highest wind speeds ever measure and was the fifth costliest on record. From the weather center and the forward storm team, we're under a flood watch. Today, we have more storms on the way. And it'll be cloudy with a high in the upper sixties low tonight in the mid fifties. Tomorrow, partly sunny high in the low seventies and a low in the low fifties. Your next news update in ten minutes. I'm Jacqueline Scott, NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. On demand KT, okay dot com from News Radio one thousand Katie. Okay. Oklahoma's first news. Lukasz Lucille to believe everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at BC BS progress health.
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"The update on NewsRadio one thousand K T O. Okay. Beth Myers with the local news. The governor issued his first veto today. The governor using his veto pen. I'm Beth Myers, and the NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay, news center, and it is the first for new governor. Kevin. Did he vetoed? His first Bill. It was a Bill authored by state Representative Carol Bush of Tulsa to create a new task force. And that task force would have advocated for people who receive in home and community based care and services in his veto message. The governor said he does support the underlying purpose. Of the tax force task force. But he would rather work through his cabinet secretary and agency directors to implement any changes that are needed and a new study ranks Oklahoma's public preschool program among the top eight states in the nation. Stephen Barnett is with the National Institute for early education research Rutgers University Oklahoma's a leader offering preschool to every four year old child either through state funded program or head start at the same time. He says funding per child has been steadily going down Oklahoma launched its early childhood for your old program. Back in nineteen eighty state attorney general Mike hunters office is confirming that the state's multi county grand jury will assist the FBI in investigating allegations of sexual misconduct by former president David Boren. Hunter has appointed former US attorney Pat Ryan to act as special counsel and the FBI now off. Offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest in a lengthy homicide. Nineteen year old Brandon Duprey was shot and killed last October during a party at the Lincoln university activity center, there were up to three hundred people who attended that party. But the OS BI says not one has come forward with information police said that a fight broke out at the party. And to pre was shot one time he was taken to a hospital where he died.
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"Crash in shawnee. Here's the Owens. Beth myers. Charges were filed Tuesday against a shawnee man who witnesses say rear ended another vehicle at high speed killing to to come to the teenagers. The crash happened back in January in shawny. Sixty two year old Roger Flint has been charged with two counts of first degree manslaughter. The accident killed eighteen year old Logan dear door and his passenger seventeen year old Shelby Johnson. Witnesses say Flint ran off the road multiple times before the crash, and that is behavioral was traveling at a high rate of speed Oklahoma's prison incarceration rate is the highest in the nation. But state lawmakers are considering a package of bills aimed at stopping the skyrocketing prison population. The bills would reduce criminal penalties for several nonviolent crimes among other things. Prosecutors have resisted some of those proposals. You're listening to the N. Some emotional debate yesterday in the state house over a Bill that would make it a felony for doctors who perform medication abortions to not inform women that the process can be reversed after they take the first two pills. Democratic state Representative forest Bennett of Oklahoma City says the Bill does nothing that can't already happen. So when we say, we're pro-life, what do we mean? What do we mean? Do we want to pass legislation like this? So we can check that off and get accolades from pull organizations do we want to actually help the people of Oklahoma. What do we want to do? Ask yourself. Bill now goes to the governor for his consideration. Or a second time state attorney general Mike hunters asking President Trump for a presidential pardon for former US army first Lieutenant Michael of Edmund last year. The Justice department rule that he was ineligible for a pardon behavior was convicted in two thousand nine of killing suspected terrorists in Iraq. He served five years of a fifteen year sentence and was paroled hunters says beheaded courageously served his country in. Combat in Iraq and says he more than paid for his mistakes and misjudgments and attempting to root out terrorism last sewing and icon ick musical for the small screen. Owens Jacqueline Scott reports..
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"On NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. Oklahoma's first news. Fox news. I'm Chris foster Chicago's mayor and police chief oppose prosecutor's decision to drop criminal charges against the actor jussie smollet accused of lying about a hate crime attack. It's Millette forfeited is ten thousand dollars bond to the city, but mayor Rahm Emanuel doesn't buy it and thousand dollars doesn't even come close to what the city spent in resources manual called it a whitewashing of Justice while small ads still claims he's innocent. Fox's Michelle Pollino, Utah's governor signed a law banning most abortions after eighteen weeks and requiring a seventy two hour waiting period after consultation. That'll be challenged in court. Meanwhile, North Carolina federal judge overruling a state law that bans the procedure after the twentieth week except in the event of harm to the mother or rape. And in DC secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announcing a plan to expand the Mexico City policy, which keeps nine billion dollars in US tax payer aid from going to foreign groups that promote or provide abortions abroad as Kevin battle. This is Fox News. Talent opioid settlement can expand a footprint. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the okay new center. And this is Oklahoma's first news it's been spring for a week today. Today will feel like it. Our forecast coming up state attorney general Mike hunter says an historic two hundred seventy million dollars settlement payment due pharma will allow the OSU center for wellness and recovery and Tulsa to expand its footprint to a national level to fight the opioid crisis. The money from the settlement will provide significant and substantial funding to the center for wellness and recovery here. Allowing us to focus our attention on what should be our highest priority Americans struggling with addiction. Purdue pharma is the maker of Oxycontin in exchange for being dropped from the states lawsuit. It's agreed to stop promoting opioids in Oklahoma. And we'll pay sixty million dollars to offset litigation costs. Up to this point, Oklahoma. Congressman Mark Wayne Mullins has Democrats hatred of President Trump is off the charts. And he says they'll do anything they can to bring him down at the end of the day. He is commander-in-chief in. He is the president of the United States. We should all respect that office. You can disagree politically. But we shouldn't try to make political gains by trying to tear down that office. Six House Democratic committee. Chairmen are demanding that US attorney general William bar turn over the Russia report by April second the city of broken arrow will dedicate a new park today on the property where brothers Michael and Robert Bevere killed five family members four years ago. Private donations were used to demolish the house and build a memorial park and.
"mike hunters" Discussed on WTVN
"With. The house Bill or the Senate Bill? Neither one provides enough money to do anything other than keep our roads and repair the houses approved ten point seven cents per gallon. The Senate has granted him six cents per gallon. A transportation budget agreement is due by Sunday night at the state house. Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN and Ohio restaurant employee has been diagnosed with hepatitis eight. The person worked at two different fishes, restaurants and Clark and Champaign county's disease which affects the liver can be spread by ingesting fecal matter from an infected person the restaurants one in our banner, the other in Springfield say they are working to sanitize their buildings notify customers. Meanwhile, in Rockland county, New York, they're experiencing an outbreak of the measles because of a large anti vacs community and now all unvaccinated children. There are being barred from public places inspectors have been hung up upon what's hall not to call again when not discussing this do not come back. When visiting the homes of infected individuals as part of their investigations Nicolaas fire department says a suspicious package found yesterday at Mount Carmel west with not dangerous. Someone dropped off the bag in the emergency room of Mount Carmel, west untold, nurses, a contained a dangerous powder the bomb squad and the hazmat team were then called into investigate. They determined that the bag did not have anything dangerous inside of it bear and Johnson and Johnson are settling more than twenty five thousand lawsuits over their blood thinner Zarella toe the lawsuits totaled more than seven hundred and seventy five million dollars and argued that the popular medication caused unstoppable and sometimes fatal bleeding. Meanwhile, Purdue pharma is agreeing to pay two hundred and seventy million dollars to settle a lawsuit out of the state of Oregon attorney general Mike hunters office said in a statement Tuesday. It's reached a settlement with Purdue pharma, the pharmaceutical company that manufacturers Oxycontin and has been accused of fueling the opioid crisis. The state. Sued Purdue pharma and a dozen other opioid manufacturers accusing them of fraudulent marketing campaigns that led to thousands of overdose deaths. Hunter is expected to disclose more. Details about the settlement in an afternoon press conference. But multiple reports citing a person familiar with the matter says, the company has agreed to pay two hundred and seventy million dollars. Mark Remillard, ABC news. I'm Alison Wyant. Stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half. And as news breaks clear skies tonight, a low of twenty five sunshine tomorrow high of fifty eight currently it is forty three degrees..
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"It's about what matters. I want the government out of my life. It's about what's important pretty important for me to hear exactly what they have to say. It's about. I don't agree with the demonstrations, we important music. No matter what the signed lead side upside down sideways people are going to demonstrate join the conversation. It doesn't matter. What sign you from? What matters is what you say, the truthfulness behind in the NewsRadio one thousand JT. Okay. A request for more education dollars. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott indicate cocaine user, this is Oklahoma is first news coal this morning. But it'll be warmer later. Our forecast is coming up the Oklahoma Education Association is asking Oklahoma lawmakers for more than four hundred million dollars in additional education funding. Most of the money would be for bigger raises for teachers and support personnel. The announced its budget proposal yesterday just hours after a state panel certified a record eight point two billion dollars in revenue available for lawmakers to spend next year the senate's passed a stopgap spending Bill in Washington, it would keep the government open through February. But the measure does not include the five billion dollars, President Trump wants to build a border wall. The measure next goes to the house, and if it passes there conservatives like congressman Mark meadows of the house freedom caucus are calling on the president. Veto the Bill which would shut down the government. Mr president. We're going to back you up. If you veto this Bill will be there. But more importantly, the American people will be there. If the Bill does not survive more than eight hundred thousand federal workers will be furloughed or forced to work without pay. The Edmund police department has made arrests in connection with a shooting that left one man injured. Nineteen year old Corey hill is facing account of shooting with intent to kill police responded to a shots fired. Call early Wednesday in the area near metro lay and banner avenue and Edmund win. Police arrived they found one man with three gunshot wounds. The man was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery a woman's facing charges following a prostitution sting in midwest city on Tuesday, a vice enforcement officer went to blue ocean spa Sasha and met forty eight year old by you Lau, the police say she agreed to provide sexual act in exchange for four dollars, though was arrested on complaints of offering to. Engage in an actor prostitution, a father and son. Accused of swindling clientele of their Mustang publishing. Business agree to a plea deal. State attorney general Mike hunters as Richard and Ryan Tate swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they paid.
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"Dollars. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott indicate cocaine use this is Oklahoma's first news coal this morning. But they will be warmer later. Our forecast is coming up the Oklahoma Education Association is asking Oklahoma lawmakers for more than four hundred million dollars in additional education funding. Most of the money would be for bigger raises for teachers and support personnel. The announced its budget proposal yesterday just hours after a state panel certified a record eight point two billion dollars in revenue available for lawmakers to spend next year the senate's passed a stopgap spending Bill in Washington, it would keep the government open through February. But the measure does not include the five billion dollars, President Trump wants to build a border wall. The measure next goes to the house, and if it passes there conservatives like congressman Mark meadows of the house freedom caucus are calling on the president. Veto the Bill which would shut down the government. Mr president. We're going to back you up. If you veto this Bill will be there. But more importantly, the American people will be there. If the Bill does not survive more than eight hundred thousand federal workers will be furloughed or forced to work without pay. The Edmund police department has made an arrest in connection with a shooting that left one man injured. Nineteen year old Corey hill is facing account of shooting with intent to kill police responded to a shots fired. Call early Wednesday in the area near meadow lane and banner avenue and Edmund wind. Police awry, they found one man with three gunshot wounds. The man was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery a woman's facing charges following a prostitution sting in midwest city on Tuesday, a vice enforcement officer went to blue ocean, spam Sasha and met forty eight year old by you Lau, the police say she agreed to provide a sexual act in exchange for forty dollars though was arrested on complaints of offering. Engage in an actor prostitution, a father and son. Accused of swindling clientele of their Mustang publishing. Business agree to a plea deal. State attorney general Mike hunters has Richard and Ryan swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they.
"mike hunters" Discussed on KTOK
"Man last night. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline, Scott and the KT okay news center. This is Oklahoma. I news some sunshine. Mid fifties today. Our forecast is coming up Oklahoma City police are investigating an alleged pistol-whipping. The alleged victim reported fourteens beat him with guns at an apartment complex your eye to forty and may the man says he was lured into a conversation with teenagers before they pulled out guns and started beating him to teens were arrested a routine payroll on it leads to the arrest of a police officer officer James Bennett allegedly bought a fake master's degree from the university of Denton in Texas and used it to get a pay raise. Investigators say the so-called university of Denton is actually a diploma mill. The university address is a truck stop on. I thirty five in North Texas. Oklahoma attorney general Mike hunters joined a coalition of forty three attorneys general asking the social secu-. The administration to comply with the new provisions of federal law that aims to protect consumers from so-called synthetic identity theft synthetic identity theft is when criminals combined real social security numbers with fake names and birthdates to create a fake identity and apply for credit cards or loans. Congress passed a Bill earlier this year requiring the social security administration to develop a database that would help flag synthetic cases in real time. If you're flying delta after next Monday, you may not be able to take your emotional. Support animal Carmen Roberts reports just in time for Christmas travel. Delta Airlines is taking away many emotional support animals from passengers starting December eighteenth delta won't allow kitten or puppy support animals on any flight. It's also banning all emotional support animals on flights longer than eight hours the policy change comes after an eighty four percent increase in problems in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen including. Urination biting and attacks. But to be clear emotional support animals are not the same as service dogs Norman public schools as its one million dollar insurance policy is not enough to pay for all the injuries for students injured in a bus crash in Texas. The accident happened in September as the bus carried twenty-five fifth graders and three faculty members on a field trip to SeaWorld. The bus driver lost control on the bus rolled several times. The school district has set. Parents a letter telling them that each claim can recover only up to one hundred twenty five thousand dollars the district and its insurer have filed an interfere lawsuit, which means insurance payouts are frozen, and it will be up to the court to decide how to distribute the proceeds once the insurance has been paid families will have to cover the rest of the costs from the injuries a Jenks police officers accused of buying fake master's degree from a diploma mill in Texas and using it to get a pay raise. Raise officer, James Bennett has been arrested. The fake diploma was discovered during a routine payroll audit benefits degree was from the university of Denton. The university address is actually a truck. Stop on. I thirty five in North Texas some much needed radio equipment will soon be on the way for the Pittsburgh county sheriff's department is.
"mike hunters" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Stop paying too much for TV. Go to sling TV dot com and start watching seven days free. Lawyer for one of the women who accused now supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault firing back after Senate Judiciary committee chair Chuck Grassley accused Michael avenue the client Julie sweat of making false statements to the committee. He's referred them to the Justice department for federal investigation as phenomenal. So they wanna make this issue. I say bring it's wet and they claim Kavanagh attended a house party in the early nineteen eighties and claims he raped her which he strongly denied a school district in northeastern Oklahoma reversing its dress code policy for graduation to allow Cherokee students to where eagle feathers at the ceremonies. State. Attorney general Mike hunters says based on his understanding of spiritual practices, not allowing students to wear the feathers restricts their religious freedom. The soon to be former governor of California has a new job already lined up. California's governor Jerry Brown has accepted a job as the chairman of the bulletin of the atomic scientists. This is the same group that runs the doomsday clock. That's what tells us when we're getting close to the end of days Brown has been highly focused on climate change, but also nuclear proliferation and disarmament. So it might be the perfect job for him. He has said recently the mounting hostility. Among nations means we're at possibly the most dangerous point since the atomic bomb was I dropped. He's also expressed concern that the Trump administration wants to pull out of more than thirty year old nuclear treaty with Russia and worries that the administration generally wants to end many nuclear agreements, Jessica Rosenthal. Fox news. A record number of LGBTQ characters are part of the new TV seasons primetime network series. According to the media, advocacy, advocacy group. Glad the annual study also found an increase in the characters ethnic diversity with lightly. More LGBTQ people of color than white for the first time. I'm Lisa.
"mike hunters" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Our guest is in show business maybe he has some ideas dot c riley is a good john is a very good poll yeah not as you can see all maldon but you could see him easy like if they were to read boot streets a san francisco some guy and usually looking guy you could easily see hello market you could easily see john c reilly being that guy mark we're talking about in the past a guy like karl malden got to work out a regular basis not very attractive interesting looking and that guy might not get cash today so we're trying to figure out who's today's karl maldon would it be john c reilly mark cherry just there's and there's a switch on the microphone thank you why is that now he's maybe that's it's on me thank god i'm sorry did i just i just astounded i here's jeff and i don't know who this lady is who's the lady does your fiancee hello hello so yeah i would i would say to other john c reilly is a good example of an every man i wasn't kind of you know for your you know in the seventies it was all about the people who are pretty because it was the that was the arrow dustin hoffman chino jack nicholson and then we went back to pretty people but yeah i let me think there's a there's a bunch of you know not traditional good looking actors but not good girl wasn't good looking he was he like we're talking about like mannix is what like mannix and and even barney miller like none of my oh my connors and mike hunters was good looking about the others the guy played art what about like gerard depardieu takes a wizened a play we're not talking about this guy.