31 Burst results for "Minnesota National Guard"

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Trusted station for news. I'm Adam Carter, the judge overseeing the cases of four former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd follows up on a threat to get officials to stop talking publicly about the case. The warning came last week. Now Judge Peter Cahill has formally issued a gag order to prevent attorneys from speaking to the media in order to not taint a potential jury pool. Thomas Lanes. Veteran defense Attorney Earl Grey has made multiple appearances with media nationally and locally, including with their own Chan Hartman Wednesday, he said it would be hard to find a non prejudicial jury in most places, but especially Hennepin County. This case is very difficult because everybody's got Everybody convicted and of course, the problem is Chad. If you change if you change venue, where do you go Because it's widespread. The next pretrial hearing is set for September 11th in the South. Metro Sloan Martin News Talk a 30 W. Minnesota Senate today, continuing its inquiry into the violence that followed George Floyd's death in both Minneapolis and ST Paul, A joint committee today heard from Major general John Jensen, Agita general of the Minnesota National Guard, which deployed more than 7100 members to quell the unrest. The only thing that I could draw a comparison to personally would be Some of the incidents that we dealt with in Iraq when I was deployed in Iraq, Jensen says 18 National Guard member sustained injuries during their deployment, but none were at the hands of rioters. One of the injuries was due to a squirrel bite. We now have the name of a man killed in a tornado and otter Tail county On Wednesday afternoon, the otter Tail County Sheriff's Office says 30 year old Seth Nelson of Battle Lake was killed near Dalton when a tornado destroyed a large garage in which he was working to others were taken to a hospital with injuries. Here's your forecast, now clearing overnight 65 for the overnight low sunshine and pleasant on Friday high of 86 Saturday. Some patchy clouds, maybe a few thundershowers. High of 82. That's the latest from the WCC. Oh newsroom. I'm Adam Carter News talk a 30 W. C. C. E. O s a newscast used the rewind. Feature on radio dot com. Now real talk.

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Minnesota soldier hugs protesters at Capitol

The Retirement Trailhead

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Minnesota soldier hugs protesters at Capitol

"Many police and protesters trying to come together one member of the Minnesota National Guard kneeling outside with protesters even in bracing with some of those gathered outside afterwards in Denver hundreds of volunteers picking up trash and washing away graffiti from the previous day's protest the police chief wiping away tears he tells us that while the damage done to a city heard him he made a commitment to a young black protester to March with him and

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Minneapolis calls in National Guard following unrest

Garth Trinidad

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Minneapolis calls in National Guard following unrest

"The head of the Minnesota National Guard says it is up to local law enforcement to drive the response to civil unrest Major General John Jensen says the guard is a supporting agency in the public perception of the government's response to protest is important and delicate well I I think you have to have a strong law enforcement presence but also you have to help in the messaging as well you have to ensure that people understand that you care about their community and get people to understand that they're also responsible and can help turn the tide of violence Jensen says guard troops in Minnesota were armed because of a credible threat against law enforcement there he was speaking on NPR's All Things

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:37 min | 3 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Today we started the morning out seven o'clock in the morning looking at the Intel looking for additional information looking for signs that we were going to have disruption we have a preventative patrol model that is operated a very similar to what we had the last few days the combination of National Guard local municipalities primarily so many up wasn't say Paul Ramsey and Hennepin county they're out working the streets today air to rapidly respond if we have disruption or rights it also prepared to protect people's first amendment rights if folks are coming to protest and we have been working with community we continue to work with community whether it's at the memorial at thirty eighth in Chicago or at little earth or all over the Twin Cities area peace officers have been working with community to keep the peace that's what the community wants and that's what we want this afternoon we will move back into our more multi agency coordinated presence I will bring more folks in from suburbs and other sheriff's departments and will continue to integrate them with the Minnesota state patrol Minnesota did dot to end part of the natural resources and the Minnesota National Guard and we will once again go out to patrol to make sure that the curfew is in force to make sure that lawful and peaceful demonstrations their first amendment rights are protected and make sure that writers behavior arson violence robbery looting is not allowed to be the story of the day at this time I will turn it over to Major General John Jensen of this sort of National Guard good morning everyone Major General John Jensen on the edge in general the Minnesota National Guard as governor walls just announced this morning we received guidance from the governor as it relates the demobilization of the Minnesota National Guard and the return of part of the Minnesota National Guard back to their home town and back to their armories this is not in order to return the entire organization back home any redeployment is coordinated with the mac and approved by the governor our plan will remain flexible and have a scalable temple that we can accelerate as the security situation improved delay or even stop if the security situation worsens with over seven thousand Minnesota national guardsmen currently mobilized I am confident that we can reduce our presence while meeting the needs of the mission taskings received by the mac the state patrol and the department of safety you may see movement began as early as this afternoon as we take our units who are not required to respond in Saint Paul or Minneapolis and allow them to return home and begin the process of returning back to their normal status Addison as a citizen soldier in addition I'd like to report that last night at nine forty eight PM in the vicinity of interstate I. thirty five and Washington Avenue an unknown vehicle driving at a high rate of speed toward a Minnesota national guardsmen and their police counterparts the rapidly approaching vehicle refused to slow down as it approached our guardsmen and our police officers additional questioning into our national guardsmen indicate that this element responded with verbal and nonverbal signals for the vehicle to stop the vehicle continued at a high rate of speed non lethal methods we're engaged on the vehicle to again to have the vehicle stopped the vehicle continued at a high rate of speed at that time in accordance with the escalation of of our force our soldiers fired three rounds from his rifle in response to a perceived and legitimate threat to him and the Minnesota police officers but he was in direct support of the vehicle change course and fled the scene at this time no injuries have been reported we have followed all procedures and reported this event to both the governor's office and the chief of the National Guard bureau as is required by regulation any time a servicemember discharges there west weapon regardless of reason we have assigned an investigating officer for this incident and finally this week and specifically this weekend for sure Mr National Guard is seen the best and the worst of Minnesota we've seen the devastation of a community and we have seen great citizens coming back out picking up the pieces with their friends with their neighbors and strangers and we've had a small part of that we've had that privilege and the honor to to be a small part of that because Minneapolis and St Paul or our communities to we live here we work here in the Minnesota National Guard is here for you and now be followed by curling her thanks general my name's Matt Langer have the honor and privilege serving as chief of the Minnesota state patrol I'll be brief last night was kind of the textbook civil disobedience issue that we are training to deal with on a regular basis and I think people saw a very different strategy frankly a strategy that law enforcement likes much better than using chemical munitions and some of the actions that we saw last week that were absolutely necessary but not our first choice so last night I think people saw a much slower development of a crowd control strategy in a tactic with dispersal warnings and then encirclement strategy that works in a very careful methodical safe and even easier way to take people into custody is most of which tend to want to be taken into custody for their actions for various reasons I echo the sentiment and I was proud to see the law enforcement officers whether is the troopers the DNR conservation officers the sheriff's deputies and police officers this is a multi hour interaction and I think what you'll see if you watch the news and.

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Protests flare again in US amid calls to end police violence

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Protests flare again in US amid calls to end police violence

"President trump is urging more states to call out the National Guard to fight back against violent protests the president's blaming the media and anarchists for fomenting violence and says liberal mayors and governors must get tougher pointing to Minnesota's National Guard sharply cutting down on violent protests over the weekend the Pentagon said Saturday it was ready to save active duty troops to Minneapolis if needed the ground very quickly if they have a lot of military active duty forces are normally banned from acting as a law enforcement agency in the U. S. but the insurrection act of eighteen oh seven offers an exception he was last invoked in nineteen ninety two after the Rodney king trial led to massive riots in Los Angeles there was no indication over the weekend the president intended to invoke the act Sager mag ani Washington

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Protests flare again in US amid calls to end police violence

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Protests flare again in US amid calls to end police violence

"President trump is urging more states to call out the National Guard to fight back against violent protests the president's blaming the media and anarchists for fomenting violence and says liberal mayors and governors must get tougher pointing to Minnesota's National Guard sharply cutting down on violent protests over the weekend the Pentagon said Saturday it was ready to save active duty troops to Minneapolis if needed the ground very quickly if they have a lot of military active duty forces are normally banned from acting as a law enforcement agency in the U. S. but the insurrection act of eighteen oh seven offers an exception he was last invoked in nineteen ninety two after the Rodney king trial led to massive riots in Los Angeles there was no indication over the weekend the president intended to invoke the act Sager mag ani Washington

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:30 min | 3 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"EMS law enforcement sheriff's department and national guardsmen as they seek to provide safety in our community we've watched these groups grow both in craziness and we watch them also grow in challenging approaches that we have had to adapt to we have watched them take on average where literally there are five thousand of them surrounding a building trashing the building and then when confronted running back under the cover of darkness into residential areas we have watched them try destroyed downtowns and it's hard to drive to one of our downtowns without seeing the plywood did stop whether it was as a preventative measure or simply to home perhaps the holes that they had punctured into the buildings that support and are there but the anchors of our downtown areas we are adapting to their tactics we have made more grass virtually every day and we are focused on the fact that as this is not a protest where this is not a demonstration well that we will always and I repeat always respect everyone's first amendment rights those right stop the end of a Molotov cocktail thrown into a an open business those right stop at the point that you look at the liquor store in the neighborhood was like stop when you look at the gas station the little mom and pop gas station in the neighborhood the Minnesota public safety and Minnesota's National Guard are gearing up we're getting bigger and we are changing our approach because this is intolerable and we are coming to stop it I don't want anyone to make any mistakes about that we will make sure that those folks that come out today that want to mourn Mr Loyce passing that their rights are in fact protected these riders are in fact trampling on those rights by making it too dangerous for good people to speak their minds and we can not as a community we cannot as Minnesotans we cannot as members of the Twin Cities community tolerate that so you can expect to see law enforcement the National Guard to state county and local in lockstep tonight preventing responding rescuing and repelling attacks on our businesses what our personal safety on a personal liberties of the Twin Cities area at this time but introduce general Jensen the Minnesota National Guard his comments from the commissioner of public safety in Minnesota John Herrington John Jensen is Major General with the Minnesota National Guard well I don't think I could doubt speak with anymore passion in the four gentleman that you spoke in front of me so what I will do is just give you a quick update on the last forty eight hours of the Minnesota National Guards participation in this operation twenty four hours ago we had approximately four hundred guardsmen I stayed active duty in support of the governor's executive order as mentioned by the governor yesterday we reached apart there reached a peak the trance or National Guard never been asked before over seven hundred soldiers and airmen mobilized in support of the governor's executive order and while it was the largest mobilization in as commissioner Harrington described the largest law enforcement operation in Minnesota's history it was not enough early yesterday we began mobilizing additional soldiers and we expected and we expect by noon to have two thousand five hundred soldiers and airmen mobilized and in support of the governor's executive order but that's not enough the governor just announce the full mobilization the Minnesota National Guard for the first time since World War two what does that mean it means we're all in we're all in with the two mers to my left their citizens their communities that they represent and we're all in to to law enforcement professionals to my right supporting them to ensure we bring stability and peace back to our two great cities but even that's not enough as governor walls just laid out we had a conversation with secretary of defense and the chairman of joint chiefs of staff we are requesting for national level resources to come to the state to make key contributions to the operation the Christian Herrington has laid out start towards our two mers into our two law enforcement professionals thank you governor the Minnesota National Guard is all and the general John Johnson of the Minnesota National Guard thank you governor I don't intend on rehashing the ground that has been covered by all the folks up here saying the important things inside but I do stand here as chief of the Minnesota state patrol to say that we have done something that we've never done in the history of our organization all the way back to nineteen twenty nine in terms of the mobilization our state troopers from all across Minnesota that have come to the metro area to do whatever we can to get back to what we believe and as an organization and as a Minnesota state patrol there we reflect our core values of respect integrity courage honor and excellence that's who we are and that's who we believe Minnesotans are to and our job is to get out there in the middle of the mission that we're confronted with right now to stop the criminal behavior that we have been seeing and to prevent their criminal behavior that we regretfully anticipate we will see tonight and into the near future we're working as hard as we can because I've heard from plenty of Minnesotans if they don't like what they see they don't think of what is going on represents who we are in Minnesota and they want to help so we need your support we need your prayers I mean we we need your thoughts as we work as hard as we possibly can to get Minnesota out of this current situation and stabilized so that we can move forward and make the state what we believe it should be one that is safe for every single person who lives or visits this wonderful state thank you thank you colonel Langer Minnesota before I take questions I just like to I think you got an assessment on the ground I I am certainly not going to make light of of the seriousness of where we're at for those who are wondering if we were chemically or something happened I think you need to understand even going in to last night this was the largest force and exhausted much of what we had going into that the professionalism and the tactics were by the book one of the things is when you're a force of good and law and order you play by the rules when you are bent on destruction and harm and chaos you don't have to do that and it makes it very very difficult and I think it's important to note to that this call and the call up of the guard and the attempt to do this is only going to make it more difficult tonight the people listening do not see this as a deterrent they are not somehow searching their soul deciding that this was stupid and destructive and wrong of what they did this is the challenge they were looking for the call will go out to join and the call will be there to try and break the back of civil society and the people putting it forward so Minnesotans I'm not telling you and and trying to make this any lighter this is going to be very difficult and to set expectations they will slip away and they will start fires they will do that no matter how many people we have on the ground with where they were at our goal is is to decimate that force as quickly as possible they have is to protect life property and restore that order but they will bring everything that they have to this so I think it is very clear and I would make that statement and it will use social media they will do whatever they want to do our expectation is to have the curfew in place our expectation is to restore order it will be a dangerous situation on the streets tonight we will do everything in our power to restore that order that Minnesotans expect that Minnesotans demand but as each of these folks that it is going to take all of us I am grateful you our neighbors our fellow Americans who are helping and who are sending prayers and thoughts to the fellow governors I am grateful to the president and the administration for continuing to be on the line and offer and provide assistance when needed and I'm most grateful to Minnesotans we built this state we built the north star everything that we believe in these people are trying to destroy so if you are on the streets tonight it is very clear you're not with us you do not share our values and we will use the full strength of goodness and righteousness to make sure that this sounds without I'd be glad to answer any questions along with the folks up here Peter about ten thousand every five thousand crossover yeah yeah let these folks go yeah I know it's a good question with Peter's question is about how do we know this and I want to just be very clear as I said earlier in the week this is not about saying all this is an awesome everybody from everywhere else we understand that the catalyst for this was Minnesotans and Minnesotans Minnesotans inability to deal with any quality in equities and quite honestly the racism that has persisted I am not denying that but what we're at right now and we're trying to get numbers on this and I will try and what I'm asking the media to help us on we're gonna start releasing who some of these people are and they'll be able to start tracing that that history of where they're at and what they're doing on the dark web in how they're organizing but I'm not trying to say that I think our best estimate right now that I heard is about twenty percent is what we think are Minnesotans and about eighty percent or outside so I'm I'm not trying to deflect in any way I'm not trying to say there aren't Minnesotans amongst this group we know that we have folks that that may not be there too but the vast majority right now and I think that the difference is and this is where mayor Carter may fry spoke eloquently on this our heart and our solidarity are with folks who understand what happened Monday night to George Floyd must must see justice and we must fix but these folks are not them so I I well that's a good question and we'll get more data here you wanna follow up on that all right yes Sir who are these people what's happening right now yeah yeah John will talk about that as we've begun making arrests we have a gun analyzing the data of who we've arrested and begun actually doing what you would think is almost very similar to our cold it it's it's contact tracing how poor they associated with what platforms are they advocating for and we have seen things like white supremacists organizer's web posted things on platforms about coming to Minnesota we are checking to see to the folks that we have that we have made a restaurant that we have information are they connected to those platforms we have seen fliers about protests where folks have talked about they're gonna get their loot on tonight and we're checking to see are they part of an organized criminal organization and if so what is that organization and how is that how's the holiday organized we have been working with both our state our county our local and our federal partners to start looking at issues around is this organized crime is this an organized cell of terror where are those where do these folks where is the linkage is what we're doing and so we are in the process right now of building that information network building that Intel effort so that we can link these folks together figure out what the organizations that have created this and then just understand how do we go after them legally that is absolutely part and parcel of our mission we are in fact public safety and we recognize that there are there are legal issues involved here but we are not going to tolerate the violence and the destruction that they're using as a cover for the other illegal activity following the release.

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"When you need us as watch the SpaceX rocket ship with two Americans on board blast off from his you point at Cape Canaveral this afternoon power of that machine and the danger no matter how you figure when you when you hear that sound and you hear all of that the roar you can imagine how dangerous it is when you feel the shake they were very far away but you feel the shake over here it's pretty amazing the Minnesota National Guard has been called up after another night of violence a Minneapolis building Carter mayor of Beverly neighboring St Paul's as many protesters were not local residents in St Paul last night all right across our Twin Cities a curfew went into effect because we had a relative stillness and Saint Paul we didn't make an enormous number of arrests but every single person we arrested last night I'm told was from out of state I'm in Kate's nature changing the world one life at a time you know when I first got it I got it for me I never really had health problems I just got it to improve my life I have seen energy definitely energy but and have any issues then my iPhone to give it to my kids and my kids are really seeing the more benefit out of it the they've ever been sick this whole year they've been on it for like six seven months and they have been flu and cold three which is amazing but I'm assuming that the you know the actual via a vitamins in the vegetables and fruit is open so that's another thing that I think don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on The Power Trip

"But now you have your your last caller who mentioned that. That was his friends. Do it be arrest records showing the vast majority are local people? I got a feeling a lot of the beginning. Maybe right now. It's a mix but I think at the beginning of possibly wants Mostly both people and that's pretty sad I guess by. I'm really sad about the fact that your last people that were saying they're they're not going to follow the orders The governor and the mayors today and like the I think the gentleman from the National Guard set. You have massive proud. These people that aren't they're not bad after some people from the National Guard and please if they're mixing in with match crowds it's going to be almost impossible. And if then if something bad happens screening up about bad things happening but they should have been out anyways so he could expand on that thought. I guess I'd appreciate it. I appreciate that. Thank you very much and thanks for the call. Yeah you know I I'm struggling here. I gotTa tell you and I hear what you're saying and listening to the last callers. Who are talking about staying out. I think that the point of the matter is if you break it down to the to the very basic human emotion of being in a stressful and scary situation. We're GONNA have men and women for Minnesota National Guard who joined the National Guard. I would guess thinking they would never be in this situation tonight. Where the people they are facing across for them are their neighbors are the people that in fact when they enlisted. They enlisted to protect. They're going to be standing across from you tonight now with malice. But maybe with substantial fear that's a powder keg. That's that's a recipe for disaster for my friend. Mack Sir the call that we just had and down there to the last caller is point. If you're in the wrong place at the wrong time and the agitator does the wrong thing. What happens when you get in a fight? What happens when you're in a fistfight as a kid in high school you start swinging at whoever standing in front of you because you're trying to protect yourself and I know our National Gardner. Police officers are highly trained individuals. But they're also humans please if you elect not to go along with the governor's order and you are going down there at the very least. Please keep your head on a swivel and stay out of the way in remember the human condition good people and bad people we all share and that's when moments of fear we lash out if you put yourself in a bad spot. You may be lumped in with the bad actors. We've been talking about even if your emotions are pure and your reasoning is pure the person on the other end of that baton or that gun doesn't know that don't put yourself in a bad spot. I don't mean to get to belittle what you're trying to do or to put you in a different direction. But if I could I would I would tell you to please really think about going home tonight. Please respect the fact that the National Guard people. Our soldiers and our police officers are going to be doing their best to prevent all out anarchy tonight. I understand your reasoning and in my heart. I understand what you're thinking. You need to do to accomplish what you need accomplish. Please consider going home. Say as we sign off. Thanks for Tuning in Chad.

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Pentagon puts military police on alert to go to Minneapolis

Bloomberg Finance

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Pentagon puts military police on alert to go to Minneapolis

"The Pentagon has ordered the army to put military police units on alert after another night of violence a Minneapolis Minnesota governor Tim Walz says he's also taking steps to contain the chaos I'm authorizing and talking to general Jensen to fully mobilize the Minnesota National Guard an action that has never been taken in the hundred and sixty four year history of the Minnesota

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George Floyd protesters burn huge buildings to the ground as Minneapolis erupts in flames and National Guard called in

On The Money

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

George Floyd protesters burn huge buildings to the ground as Minneapolis erupts in flames and National Guard called in

"On civil society I'm Pam who sell fox news that's how Minnesota governor Tim walls describes the overnight riots in Minneapolis buildings burned to the ground in businesses looted in response to the death of George Floyd the black man who died after a white police officer held is need to be snack with more protests expected today governor walls says law enforcement will respond more forcefully than it did last night we mobilized the largest mobilization of National Guard that were in the field last night of over seven hundred we pulled in state patrol and state assets to augment Minneapolis isn't Paul's force today the full mobilization of the Minnesota National Guard has been ordered that means over thirteen thousand

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Protests over George Floyd death overwhelm authorities again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Protests over George Floyd death overwhelm authorities again

"Minnesota's governor is now in the largest mobilization of the National Guard in the state's history as protests in Minneapolis over the police killing of George Floyd moved into up fifth straight day governor Jim Walsh says peaceful protests to water flowing will go forward and laid much of the fire and looting that raged overnight on well organized out of state instigators with folks bent on not destroying property with no regard for our safety of our of Minnesotans who says local and state police alone are not enough so he's consulted with the feds to fully mobilize the Minnesota National Guard an action that has never been taken in the hundred and sixty four year history of the Minnesota National Guard officials expect to have twenty four hundred National Guard members on the ground and continue with the curfew I'm Julie Walker

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The Penn medicine studios encouraging you to never stop believing you can be the difference you know since sixty you never needed us more Philadelphia police are preparing for a planned protest today for Monday's killing of George Floyd by Minnesota police officer a federal judge shortage leads to an enormous case backlog in New Jersey Mike dot SpaceX will once again try to launch to NASA astronauts into orbit this afternoon it's currently mostly sunny seventy four degrees here in center city we're gonna be heading up to about eighty four degrees later on today good Saturday morning J. Scott Smith and here's our top story at eleven thirty one and Philadelphia police are preparing for a planned protest today over Monday's killing of George boy by Minneapolis police officer he says he understands the need to make your voices heard now while protest in the Twin Cities have left a number of buildings businesses and a police precinct destroyed in the last few days Minnesota governor Tim Walz announced this morning that he's authorizing the full mobilization of the Minnesota National Guard he says the looting and riding or not being done by residents and that many arrests have been made from out of state whether it be New York or Denver or Louisville or Las Vegas there is no mayor in America that has the resources to push back on an organized attempt to destabilize civil society with no regard for life or property their job is the officer seen kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes was charged with third degree murder and manslaughter protests some of them violent happening throughout the country as we hear from correspondent Vicki Barker in Phoenix Arizona and many other U. S. cities overnight police fired tear gas to disperse crowds their fury it spreading nationwide over Monday's death of George Floyd the African American man who died while white Minneapolis policeman knelt on his neck thousands of protesters marched through downtown Minneapolis through the night and circling a police precinct station and sending some cars on fire quite candidly right now we do not have the numbers we cannot arrest people trying to hold ground because of the sheer size the dynamics and the wanton violence that's coming out there Minnesota governor Tim Walz I will take responsibility for the under estimating the wanton destruction of the size of this crowd the Associated Press reports the Pentagon has put military police on alert to go to Minneapolis Tom forty CBS news all four police officers present at Floyd said have been fired the one who knelt on his neck as he pleaded he couldn't breathe and facing third degree murder charges of a seventy five hundred protesters took to the streets of Oakland California on Friday and police are also investigating incident there last night two federal protection officers were shot one was killed the federal protection service falls under the department of homeland security closer to home the Philadelphia area is also getting set to move into the yellow phase of the re opening that's coming up okay what W. news radio right now eleven thirty two it is time for traffic and weather on the twos let's get a check on the roads with high remotes all right thank you Jane we're seeing a lot of delays out there late this morning especially when the school expressway.

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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz calls for calm following unrest

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz calls for calm following unrest

"In Minneapolis the governor Minnesota's calling for calm as protests continue they need to go home you need to go home the purpose of this and we're seeing it spread up across the country is making it more difficult to get to the point where we can deal with these issues seven ten wall saying he expects with justice for the officers involved in George Floyd's death also apologized for the rest of the CNN crew all of that though with word that the National Guard is waiting Pentagon saying it's taken the rare step of putting seventeen hundred military police for the Minnesota National Guard on alert if the governor calls the man no word yet whether he's going to they're also violated heated protests in other parts of the country Portland Oregon and in Oakland California as

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Concern to the governor was was two fold one I didn't know what special equipment I might need to accomplish the mission and to I was very concerned about being asked to move to an unfamiliar area of Minneapolis under the cover of darkness I wanted to get out when it was still daylight were my soldiers in my airman could become familiar with their training and familiar with our mission we never got such mission assignment we never got such mission description yesterday we perform for missions in support of the governor's executive order the first mission came from the governor directly back came when we were notified of a an immediate impending threat the state capital my immediate advice to the governor was to assign that mission the Minnesota National Guard again that was the on the head of the Minnesota National Guard just giving us a briefing of their assignment here in Minneapolis according to the governor's executive orders and if there's anything else we need to pass along to you we will do so but I believe when we come back we're gonna be talking to channel five producers Tim burns and get his perspective on what's been going on in the Twin Cities when we come right back one of seven one everything entertainment CBC Copa ninety quarantine endemic social distancing these maybe terms.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tweet quote violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence and quote and this third thing more than five hundred Minnesota National Guard soldiers are now stationed at banks and grocery stores and pharmacies throughout the city that's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Carole McKenzie ten o'clock when at the editor's desk joining us live to talk more about our top story the protests in Minneapolis is host of face the nation on CBS Margaret Brennan Margaret good morning of course the death of George George Floyd has grabbed the nation's attention there protesters everywhere they're calling for justice you're talking to Floyd's family's attorney on Sunday what does justice look like for them that's right we'll be joined by Benjamin Crump the attorney for the Floyd family well it did not only the family but largely the country is waiting to see exactly what will happen to those four police officers who were fired from their positions after George Floyd died in their custody the question is whether they will be charged with murder there are questions from the family specifically about what happened they are up calling for a private autopsy as well to figure out exactly what happened to George in those last moments that were caught on video camera on a phone videotape we will talk to him because this is not just a local Minneapolis story we are seeing protests now combustor around the country this is in protest of police brutality but there is a mix of just anger frustration right now particularly given the restrictions and the fact that the black American population has been disproportionately impacted at all by the covert virus Minneapolis itself up really a high rate of they the virus itself health officials there warning that these protests and gatherings could even make that worse we want to take a look at what is happening in our country as president trump post comments that seem to be encouraging violence according to Twitter which is now flagged his comments as violating their rules Margaret thank you that CBS's Margaret Brennan host of face the nation it's seven eighteen a PA Democrats unleashed on the state house floor about the covert nineteen diagnosis of a Republican house member the dems are furious because they say they were kept in the dark about it here's K. Y. W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo state house Democrats say they were not informed of the Republican member tested positive for the virus for a week that prompted an effort by Democrats to a jury in the house until June eighth during debate on the motion Philadelphia Democrat Brian Sims unloaded on house GOP leadership to two or three people that you think might have been most exposed to them and to secretly tell them for the rest of us didn't have the benefit of protecting our families protecting our friends putting our own health is criminal can I think it should be investigated by the Attorney General and Mike Turzai you need to resign immediately that prompted this response from house speaker Turzai continue to refer to leadership I was not informed Republicans say they follow the CDC and state guidelines on who was notified the motion to adjourn the house was defeated in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW newsradio seeing eye dogs do extraordinary tasks for their humans every day but one thing they cannot do is a figure out how to keep social distance a six foot social distance area K. Y. W. John McDevitt reports the blind and visually impaired are asking you to be understanding guide dog Leo is a two year old black lab the help cement that Brito Custer was visually impaired to get around Havre town resident is asking the public to be patient and aware that guide dogs are not trained to judge six feet to social distance they don't find the end of a spaced out line of people very well and they don't understand what arrows on the store floor R. four you can just say Hey you're coming at me and you know we're not six feet apart and really anything for that matter just let me know that you're there and I'm not going the right way I would prefer you letting you know then you continue on and and continuously work towards people when I should be going the opposite direction this is speaking up is the best way to keep everyone safe never grab onto a person without asking if they need help and don't pet feed or distract the animal in anyway John McDevitt KYW newsradio it's seven twenty we've now got a crash on two ninety five been a rough morning we'll check in with ME two minutes you newsradio WXYZ thank you for helping our community through the crisis in and I would like to think they should John.

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Minneapolis police precinct on fire amid protests

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Minneapolis police precinct on fire amid protests

"Police precinct is one of several buildings in Minneapolis set on fire overnight the sound of the third precinct in flames it'd been evacuated hours earlier amid a third night of protests in the city over Monday's death of George Floyd I need to speak about it we keep quiet if things are just going to stay the way they are enterica one of the many peaceful protesters on the street Floyd was a black man who died after a police officer kneeled on his neck Monday Minnesota National Guard has five hundred soldiers have been deployed to the Twin Cities and the mayor of Minneapolis says our communities cannot and will not tolerate these are businesses these are community institutions that we need

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:49 min | 4 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the next half hour news radio WBBM the Minnesota National Guard now working to defuse protests in Minneapolis over the death of a black man in police custody we'll have more on this story from CBS news their lives with circles June third and calendars across Chicago for the next phase of her coronavirus action plan this is Bernie to foil a south suburban police officer gets a big welcome back after more than two months of fighting covert nineteen WBBM business finally sovereignty of Bloomberg stocks gave up gains and finished in the red the Dow lower by one hundred forty eight points low tonight of sixty tomorrow pleasant day with a high above seventy three degrees a major reported eighty willing it's eighty one and rather build Romeoville cloudy seventy eight six five this is C. B. S. news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Pam Coulter in Washington the governor of Minnesota has just called up the National Guard to deal with the spreading violence following the death of a black man in the custody of white Minneapolis police officers the Reverend al Sharpton led a demonstration at the sight of George Floyd's death today seven days of violent protests and lootings CBS's Jeff to gaze watched as people looted the target store but we don't see at this point our police and there's a reason why they don't want any more confrontations and so there on the perimeter of all this clearly monitoring the situation to make sure that things don't spark up again president trump was asked about the incident today police officer should be prosecuted I'm not gonna make any comments right now I can tell you I think what I saw was not good was not good very bad Mr trump appears to have a love hate relationship with social media he's now accusing the big tech companies of bias and he signed an order that would take away legal protections company and companies enjoy for user posts were here today to defend free speech from one of the gravest dangers it is facing American history frankly CBS is Larry Magen the president has no authority over private companies but but it is possible that Congress could strip away some of the protections from the communications decency act which specifies that social media companies are not publishers and therefore have limited liability over the actions of their users Cheryl ask all members in the chamber as well as members and staff throughout the capital the members wherever you are to rise for a moment of silence across Capitol Hill people paused in remembrance of the more than one hundred thousand Americans who've died from covert nineteen despite all the deaths the funeral industry is taking a big financial hit during the pandemic CBS's Jim Priscilla Colbert nineteen is made large lucrative funeral services a thing of the.

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Violent protests, fires erupt in Minneapolis over George Floyd death

Morning Edition

01:06 min | 4 months ago

Violent protests, fires erupt in Minneapolis over George Floyd death

"Coleman some big fires are raging in Minneapolis after protests turned violent last night people gather to protest the police killing this week of an unarmed black man different parts of Minneapolis were looted and building set afire as police scanners reported a large amount of smoke inside of AutoZone lot of large amount of smoke from broadcastify dot com Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye has asked governor Tim walls to call out the Minnesota National Guard for Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been fired one officer was videoed on Monday kneeling on Floyd's neck as he lay handcuffed on the ground gasping for breath Minnesota public radio's Matt sepic reports the mayor of Minneapolis is calling for more action Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry is calling on the Hennepin county attorney's office to file criminal charges against a Minneapolis police officer who was seen on video pressing his knee into the neck of George Floyd for several minutes before Floyd became unresponsive and was later pronounced dead at a

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:22 min | 4 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Serves as the state of Minnesota as the executive director for the department of military affairs the state agency that administers the National Guard he retired from the Minnesota National Guard as a colonel in March two thousand eight after serving in a myriad of rolls over a twenty eight year military career he received a Brevard promotion to brigadier general in March twenty seventeen and reddit general dunker welcome to Minnesota military radio thanks Tom great to be here again it's always good to have you back Sir hope you're staying well during the covert crisis I am Tom along with about twenty five percent of our agency employees I've been able to work from home predominantly here since the governor put the restrictions I'm working and actually working out better than expected are con connectivity has been very good we've been doing a lot of video teleconference meetings but basically we're we're able to do the things that we were able to do before just a little bit differently a lot of contracts signatures going electronically that used to be wet signature but it was time for us to make that transition anyway so this is been a good forcing function for some of those things very good Sir I'm hoping you can explain to our listeners the the duties in the position the what the Minnesota department of military affairs does we've had to of course general Jensen on the on the show many many times and he's referred to as the adjutant general of the Minnesota National Guard but he's also a heads up to Minnesota department of military affairs as a commissioner any servers as such he serves on the board with the governor yes so back in nineteen twenty one some federal law was passed in the Senate something make they called model statutes out to the states to adopt within the states to set up the way the National Guard is organized today so you probably understand that the National Guard is in this weird state and federal situation where most of the time the National Guard service under title thirty two of US code which means they are under the control of the governors and the governor functions as our commander in chief when they're called to active service in support of the federal government a sermon titled ten because ten ten U. S. code is the part that governs military activities in the in the United States armed forces so title ten and thirty to establish this dual status National Guard it is mostly under the control of the states but also has some responsibilities to the federal government and they have special authority granted to the adjutant general they have authority in some title ten over federal law really over federal resources while serving in title thirty two under state control so the department of military affairs is the cabinet level agency inside state government that has a responsibility to oversee and support the activities of the National Guard and the adjutant general serves as the military leader of the National Guard but he's also the commissioner of the Minnesota department of military affairs thank you Sir were speaking with the Mister don Kerr the executive director of the Minnesota department of military affairs on Minnesota military radio so done can you explain to us what is the name of the Minnesota department of military affairs so our role and my role as the executive director I I basically work for the adjutant general to help oversee the state agency component of the National Guard and we provide support by doing things like providing security at camp Ripley at the air bases and at the army aviation support facilities we provide other services through something called a master cooperative agreement where we actually work on behalf of the federal government sort of functioning like a contractor to do things like planning facilities maintenance activities and executing those and other things like that and one of the things I think we're gonna talk about today is the maintenance of our fleet of armories that have both federal and state connections to so that that's kind of what we spend our time doing Donna Dick we had you on and and I think at the time it might have been commissioner key but a couple years ago we were talking about the thirty year plan that's meant that you have developed to take care of those Irish and I'm sure that's a that's a work in process it is time we've got about sixty three armories other books that there is a little bit day today because we're working on building some and we're also someone some we we do have a couple of facilities that we divest of their last five years or so but we've got our oldest armor is the new Walmart Lee that's a hundred and five years old and of course our newest ones are still water facilities came on board about two years ago and we're going to be opening a new armory at Arden hills even though we've got two other relatively new armors Arden hills but a new home for the thirty fourth infantry division that's currently under construction and we expect to occupy that this fall so obviously varying in range from one to a hundred and five there are a lot of different maintenance requirements and they have different needs and of course different communities have different uses for those armories as well so to figure out how to use the dollars that we receive from the state and federal government to get our best bang for the Buck to keep our older facilities renovated and construct new facilities is an ongoing challenge and of course a lot of variables there because we never know for sure what the federal dollars are going to be available and at the same time we don't know what state dollars are going to be available so it's a it's a delicate balancing act and that's why we think we have to look pretty deep to always have a plan ready so that we can either execute the planner **** the plan a little bit if we don't get the funding that we wander xcelerated plant in some cases if we get unexpected funding that allows us to do renovations or replacements sensors this time of year when the legislature is in session I know that you spend a lot of time over on the hill trying to answer some budget questions and and see what your budget might be looking like next year well certainly not so much this year Tom the legislature is doing like good Minnesotans everywhere they they figured out how to operate in the current constraints but there's a lot less face to face contact we are hoping that there's going to be a bonding bill this year and I know there's a lot of question about what the right thing to do is what I think our commissioner Francis gonna go give some insight to the legislature next week about what they think the economic forecast is but of course their position they they Minnesota management budget I think the government's position is that you know bonding bills are good economic stimulus to keep jobs moving in Minnesota and in that current bonding bill the governor has supported a request on behalf of nearly twelve million dollars eleven point eight nine five for for projects our rose mine armory is ready for a redesign and and and renovation and conceptual big we decided to split that project into design and construction because we think there we're gonna find a lot of things and design that will give us a better idea what the actual cost for the Rosemont renovation will be we also got a five million dollars on the safe side and that'll be matched by five million on the bedside for renovation and the Moorhead readiness center three point two five for Marshall and two point two for Fergus falls so we've kind of got a little bit of a mixture between metropolitan and non metropolitan areas there but all those facilities are due for renovation and we're hopeful that we'll get favorable consideration from the legislature as they move toward a bonding bill hopefully this year sensors these state legislatures they got their hands full with this covert crisis but we're also in a situation where interest rates are as low as they they've been in my lifetime and hopefully they understand that and and that they'll find some of these projects because there's as cheap as it's ever going to get yes I had to borrow money this is the time to do it apparently and they've been very generous with us pond two years ago we received that almost thirteen million dollars in the bonding bill and the projects that were currently conducting their resented being the same cloud readiness center we just wrapped up the wedding a readiness center we're working on the grand rapids readiness center and we're about to kick off on the Brainerd readiness center so the projects that we requested two years ago or are well in hand moving forward but you know the challenges when you have a large number of buildings like that he eventually all the roofs go bad and and if you figure twenty to thirty years on a roof just for the roofs alone we would continue to get into about three facilities every year just to keep the roost in good order now we can stretch out a little bit sometimes because sometimes they hold up better than than that but general rule of thumb is we we try to do three renovations a year and so we were more or less on that track right now if we get these for approved over the coming biennium that'll be I guess I'll be here over two years so that's just over three here that that's on the glide path to where we think we need to be successful to be able to keep our armories in good repair and available for training our soldiers in bay available was a community resources for the people living out in greater Minnesota particularly very good sure we have to take a short break would come back winners speak more with don curves executive director of the Minnesota department of military affairs Minnesota military radio please stay with us you're listening to Minnesota military radio on Twin Cities news talk A. M. eleven thirty.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Com app from the downtown Minneapolis studios of new stock eight threo WCCO is Minnesota's most trusted station for news these guys eighteen degrees at eleven OO three I mail shock WCCO news the hour's top story the end of our morning snow fault is in sight WCCO radio meteorologist Mike Lynch expects the snow to taper off of the next hour or so here in the metro but temperatures continue to fall this is going to be the coldest air we've had this early in the autumn since two thousand three namely temperatures crashing down in the single digits this afternoon here in the Twin Cities and going below zero up in the northern part of the state and reminder that yes that is still autumn Mike's full forecast is coming up in our newscast in a couple of minutes a two year old girl reported missing last night in rice lake Wisconsin is dead police say the girl was found about eleven PM Sunday submerged in the red cedar river discovery using thermal imaging came more than two hours after the girl was reported missing she was rushed to a hospital but lifesaving measures were unsuccessful an emotional weekend for Minnesota National Guard members in Saint cloud will gather together as their leader release the identities of the victims of last Thursday's helicopter crash the Minnesota National Guard identified the guardsmen as cheap one officer to James Rogers junior chief warrant officer to Charles Nord and sergeant court plant Enberg extremely hard sad world reading the other sergeant Nicolas Arrigoni was friends with all three will get through it together but there's gonna be some long days weeks months years ahead without them their unit had just returned from a nine month deployment in the Middle East but they conducted medical evacuations in support of operation Spartan shield an operation inherent resolve Susie Jones news talk a three oh WCCO there is cautious optimism as Minnesota lawmakers consider what to do with a projected one point three billion dollar surplus the F. L. house Majority Leader Ryan Winkler told WCCO deploys Olson he wants to be careful you don't want to start a new program or create a new tax cut because if you do that you're going to have.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Turns a little milder than today forty four the height was such a mix of clouds coming cloudy tomorrow night bring starts late quite a bit milder from Monday into Tuesday I temperature in town right now is thirty four degrees we've got a fair sky out there it's thirty three and seven thirty one this is W. C. B. S. W. C. B. S. H. D. WCBS FM HD two the times reports the shooting suspect at a naval base in Florida visited New York City with three other Saudi military trainees days before the attack December seventh nineteen forty one the date that will live in infamy is remembered on the intrepid a state senator who opposed tax breaks for Amazon says its decision to locate in Hudson yards means it was coming here anyway in sports Dick's hostinger Indiana the devil scanning and national and the Rangers are in Dallas we've got fair skies and thirty four degrees on this Saturday December seventh more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight I'm John the taxes it's eight o'clock the CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Sam lets sing officials investigating the deadly attack by Saudi aviation student at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida are trying to figure out what sparked it defense secretary mark as Bruce is right now it's too early to call this a terrorist attack first of all it's a very tragic incident three lives lost eight injured and of course we extend our condolences to all the families affected by it in touch by and our military community down there but not like I can't say it's terrorism at this time I think we need to let the investigators the FBI do its work and tell us get the facts and we'll move on from there do you sold ended when a sheriff's deputy killed the attacker an investigation is underway into the crash of a National Guard helicopter near Saint cloud Minnesota that killed three people major John Jensen says this is tough this is a devastating loss for the families of our to see soldiers and our entire Minnesota National Guard family in the days ahead our focus will be on taking care of and assisting the Nord Rogers and planting Burke families chopper crash during a routine maintenance flight Democrats in the house of representatives have been meeting behind closed doors to prepare for what could be the final week of their months old impeachment inquiry into president trump the sifting through evidence and drafting formal charges known as articles of impeachment both the Judiciary Committee could recommend for a full house vote as early as Thursday Mr trump has denounced the inquiry is a hoax and a waste of congress' time one two thousand people attended the ceremony to remember those killed when Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor seventy eight years ago and once the United States in World War two the US ambassador to South Korea came to speak at the ceremony the fact that we are here today citizens and friends of the greatest nation on earth is a manifestation of the national debt we owe all who serve them and those who were the cost of our nation now both at home and abroad in the event of the Hawaiian naval base included about a dozen survivors of the December seventh nineteen forty one attack the youngest of whom are now in their late nineties the chairman of the house homeland security committee is asking the office of the inspector general to look into a four hundred million dollar contract awarded to a North Dakota company for a border wall in Arizona congressman Benny Thompson is raising questions about the decision to give the contractor Fisher's sand and gravel the company's president is a Republican supporter and Thompson says president trump and urged the army corps of engineers to give Fisher sand gravel construction projects this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day.

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3 Army National Guards killed in Black Hawk crash mourned

NPR News Now

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

3 Army National Guards killed in Black Hawk crash mourned

"Investigators will be in central Minnesota today to investigate this week's fatal Blackhawk helicopter crash that took the lives of three. The National Guard members. Matt Sepik is with Minnesota public radio. The crew took off Thursday afternoon on a test flight following routine maintenance. They called May Day nine minutes later and crashed into a stand of trees along farm field. The Minnesota National Guard has not said why the chopper crashed but officials was are expected to release the victims names at an afternoon news conference and from Washington you're listening to. NPR News

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:12 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The Minnesota National Guard medevac helicopter and Stearns county that killed all three National Guard service members on board investigative team from Alabama is looking into the case memorials are going up across the state to honor the victims overnight the Minnesota department of transportation what up the interstate thirty five W. Mississippi River bridge in Minneapolis and red white and blue to honor the victims Minneapolis merit Jacob fry and city council members exited the press conference Friday afternoon a few minutes after protesters confronted the city leaders the people are from charts we can weigh more than when I started which is more the response came after Friday's news that bat meant to the twenty twenty budget which adds a whole new class of police recruits Shealy N. as odd says more police is not the solution reading market that spring street's more harm into our community investment in community life violence prevention fries original budget plan included hiring fourteen new officers under the new plan a third recruitment class will be added next year however it's unknown how many of the thirty to forty in the class would be calm Minneapolis police officers the Minnesota state patrol is looking to boost the number of women troopers out the squads who attended gill Frank Firth says while all applicants are welcome women bring a unique set of communication skills to the job and sometimes when you're working cases in you're dealing with victims or suspects sometimes having a female there to talk to that victim or suspect in a little different manner you can sometimes get more information I'll which is always a good thing for us the job pays between roughly fifty eight to seventy six thousand dollars a year requires a two or four year degree in any discipline right now Frank Firth says women make up about ten percent of the troopers in the state the patrol's holding a weapon and law enforcement information session at century college and white bear lake this warning movements are underway in an effort to legalize recreational marijuana in the upper Midwest the group that's behind the effort to submit the required paperwork to North Dakota secretary of state in Bismarck officials have up to seven days to review the measure and decide whether to approve it for circulation for the group to begin gathering signatures any thirteen thousand five hundred valid names by July to get the measure on the twenty twenty ballot here in Minnesota advocates for recreational marijuana are preparing their case to present to lawmakers when the legislature convenes in February Denver based marijuana industry consultant recently came up with a report that shows recreational pot in Minnesota could produce more than a billion dollars in sales and create tens of thousands of jobs within five years of legalization Steve Simpson on news talk a three oh WCCO and St Paul's lower town a celebrating holiday season destination winter kicked off last night at the home of the Saint Paul saints baseball field now features the winter skate ice arena down the third baseline Wells Fargo winner status such a cool tradition really welcome people to come out and we find a lot of people that you know take that opportunity child skating for the first time Jamie lucky Hedrick sentence with visit Saint Paul skating open last night at CHS field today though open a one.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The driver surely after law enforcement began efforts to try to locate the truck and get so which have resulted in a high speed pursuit that ended twenty miles north in Miramar with the shoot out at a busy intersection the two robbers are dead along with the UPS driver as well as a bystander who is at the intersection of the gunfire broke out over as part of a long awaited safety reports as a more than three thousand sexual assaults were reported in the US on a more than a billion riders were booked last year it happened during a maintenance flight three Minnesota National Guard members were killed helicopter crash in central Minnesota yesterday afternoon house speaker Pelosi being accused of disregarding her own rules for going ahead with the impeachment of president trump hello she directing Democrats to prepare articles of impeachment senator Lindsey Graham calling it a bad day for the country speaker said it should be bipartisan that should be prayerful it should be thoughtful so what happened yet for law professors give their opinion for one day in the Judiciary Committee and she's directing articles of impeachment being drafted that tells you all you need to know the government's November employment report due out later this morning economists expect the addition of at least one hundred eighty five thousand jobs last month and on Wall Street stock futures pointing to a higher open the Dow futures up seventy seven points nasdaq futures thirty three points higher and S. and P. futures up eight points ahead of this morning's opening bell more on these stories at town hall dot com at quicken loans are seventeen thousand team members know that home is so much more than a house that's because.

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Black Hawk helicopter goes down in Minnesota, killing three

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Black Hawk helicopter goes down in Minnesota, killing three

"Three soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard were killed last night with a Black Hawk helicopter they were riding in crashed the guard lost contact with the helicopter shortly after it took off on a maintenance test flight from Saint cloud Minnesota investigators say the helicopter called May Day about nine minutes after

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Black Hawk helicopter goes down in Minnesota, killing three

First Light

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Black Hawk helicopter goes down in Minnesota, killing three

"Three soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard killed when a Black Hawk helicopter they were riding in crashed Minnesota governor Tim walls confirming the death of the soldiers their names not released yet pending notification of family the crash is being investigated the guard lost contact with the helicopter shortly after it took off on a maintenance test flight from Saint

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Black Hawk Helicopter Crash Kills All 3 Aboard

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Black Hawk Helicopter Crash Kills All 3 Aboard

"Minutes after take off a U. S. Army National Guard Blackhawk going down in central Minnesota Thursday afternoon hours later officials confirming three crew members death even before the discovery of the wreckage the Minnesota National Guard tweeted our thoughts are with our soldiers and their families at this time the Black Hawk is the army's work course helicopters in September one crashed at fort Polk Louisiana killing one of the four soldiers on board there

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KOMO

"Minnesota National Guard has confirmed three guards members were killed when a Black Hawk helicopter crashed you're seeing cloud governor Tim Walz Minnesota Army National Guard Hugh H. sixty Blackhawk helicopter went down approximately sixteen miles southwest of Saint cloud crash resulted in the death of all three crew members on the aircraft to chopper going down just minutes after takeoff police in Florida say four people are dead including a UPS driver after robbers stole the truck and led police on a chase through several counties FBI special agent George George Pierrot specs are now deceased but two additional Dennison civilians were also deceased the chase ending in a shootout at a busy intersection stocks closed slightly higher today the Dow up twenty eight points your listening to ABC news stay informed the calm evening news news time six so to downtown Seattle cloudy skies some fifty one finally said Jaffe with Rick fansites and here the top stories from the come a twenty four seven news center the fight between ten my men and the Attorney General continues as I am and now wants him fired more from come most Jeff foe July Armand says AG Ferguson intentionally sabotaged the thirty dollar card tabs case by not doing his best to defend the initiative so today I'm and filed a motion have Ferguson removed and outside counsel brought is a motion that I overview as we just the Solicitor General know a personal says I'm in is not a lawyer and his arguments carry no legal weight inside these were such great arguments and he he thought we were going to make them he could have done exactly.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KOMO

"In South Florida reporting multiple fatalities after chasing a stolen you PS truck through two counties officers say two suspects in an attempted armed robbery stole the truck for the driver inside the chase ended in a shoot out the Minnesota National Guard says one of its Black Hawk helicopters crashed just after take off today the airport in Saint cloud chief deputy Dan Miller with the sterns county sheriff's office sent several hours with multiple departments trying to get it in locating the for the the scene confirm crash scene the guard says the chopper was on a maintenance test flight at the time house speaker Nancy Pelosi instructing Democrats to take the next step in their impeachment inquiry into draft articles of impeachment against president trump a man who recently moved from Florida to Virginia has been indicted on a charge of attempting to support the Islamic state group authorities say Romeo Langhorne had been communicating with an undercover FBI employee who was posing as a member of ISIS dorial opener a BC news news one thousand have been ninety seven seven continuing with our top stories now from the como twenty four seven news center brick fence things with Lisa Jaffe can my men once Attorney General Bob Ferguson kicked off the nine seventy six appeal I'm in filed a motion in king county court today to have outside counsel brought in because he feels Ferguson sabotage the case at this point all we can do is basically clean up the mess the person made in the first place he says the attorney general's office intentionally did a poor job defending the thirty dollar car Tanzania ship Solicitor General know what Purcell is absolutely ridiculous we have done everything in our power to send this initial the last few weeks I'm Anne is of course also running for governor so we've reached out to Jay Inslee for comment but have not heard back Jeff Pojulu come on news the Seattle archdiocese says it is reached a settlement with the man who was sexually abused by a member of the clergy almost Charlie harder tells us about the case and why the victims group of flight eight victims group says more needs to be done there are several cases from the sixties all the way through the eighties involving brother G. a key Lee who taught at Seattle's day high school in this latest case the archdiocese settled with the victim for three hundred thousand dollars in a statement the church says it's being transparent but merry dispenser of the survivors network of those abused by priests or snap says the church should do more we're talking about brother Kingsley you know it didn't serve the victims weld by keeping his crimes he grew up in harm to more victims actually the archdiocese says the first thing victim should do is call police then reported to the church as well Charlie Herger colonials hundreds of millions of dollars of your money goes to keep pollution from flowing into Puget Sound and runoff water so Carlos Ryan Harris says the people responsible for the water want to make sure they spend your money right that's why king county's department of natural resources wants to revisit a twenty thirteen federal court decree that requires improvements to the run off and sewer systems by twenty thirty natural resources director Christy true says climate change will be more rain which means more water with motor oil yard care chemicals and even that dog poop someone left for us to step in so true tells me they need to take another look at their agreement with state and federal agencies to deal with rising costs for plans in the works and to find new solutions we will invest significant amounts of money it's important to.

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"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota national guard" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of the minnesota national guard was stationed at camp volusia in iraq during combat he lost both of his legs when his unit encountered in i e d crystal has gone through dozens of surgeries and months of recovery john take us back to that day we were on a patrol to checkout suspicious activity near full lose ya iraq win the vehicle we're driving in encounter a two hundred pound improvised explosive device and i was severely injured lucky to be alive today and two of my best friends were killed that day and john looking back at that i think has spent nearly twelve years now do you relive that day often do i mean every every morning when i put my my pants on my prosthetic legs and then i put my prosthetic legs on it's a reminder of what happened that day but it's it's a reminder that i'm thankful for i mean i'm i'm glad that i was awake and conscious for for that situation i mean i woke up on the ground wants to bomb hit i don't remember flying through the air and i don't remember hitting the ground but i remember waking up on the ground in hearing rocks falling sounded like a hailstorm i remember hearing a friend next to me struggling to to survive and ultimately he didn't make it so those reminders in the vivid memory that i have that i didn't think i was going to survive but it makes every day i i've had since then a gift and i'm thankful for it and so it's something i don't wanna forget it something that at a point now relive it often but not in a bad way i mean i i get motivational speeches around the state at around the country talking about what happened because my hope is that it can impact others in a positive way without them having to go through what i did you brought that up through your speeches and the book that you wrote and i still standing we'll talk about that in a minute but when when you go in and talk or you visit with other veterans who've went through similar situations any advice for them or how what do you encourage them to try to do talk about it.

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