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Mom charged with murder of 7-year-old son in Morgan County, east of Atlanta
"Too early. This morning morning at at the the family's family's home home home. home. The The husband husband and and wife wife at at the the residence residence and and the the seven seven year year old old child child was was that that residents residents deceased deceased in in one one of of the the bedrooms, bedrooms, Sheriff Sheriff Robert Robert Mark Mark Lee Lee says says the the mother, mother, Alison Alison Jones, Jones, is is charged charged with with felony felony murder murder in in the the death death of of her her son son and and for for firing firing shots shots at at her her husband, husband, who who was was not not hurt. hurt. Top Top local local news news every every 30 minutes
"morgan county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Later found dead. The body of 18 year old Thomas Greene was found in Lee County last Thursday after being reported missing on September. The fifth surveillance video shows one of the last times anyone saw him alive. Corner did not release exact cause of death of the suspects only being held on kidnapping charges right now, with each on a $50,000 bond. Meanwhile, new this hour a man in custody accused of killing a grandmother back in June 27 year old level, Travis faces a capital murder charge in the death of brilliantly Jordan of Birmingham. He's being held in the Jefferson County Jail on no bond. Now Jordan was killed as she rode in a car near a gas station on First Avenue North Birmingham. Police say she was just a innocent bystander killed in the crossfire of a shooting. Investigators have not said if any other arrests are expected. People in Morgan County. They're trying to help out the family of an investigator who was injured by a bull. Ah food fund raiser was held to raise money for Kayla Brooks Medical Bills. At least 700 meals were sold from the Morgan County Sheriff's Office. Brooks, who was severely injured by a bull on his property, was sent to the Cleveland Clinic after being told he needed an intestinal transplant. He is back home, though now but will soon go back to the clinic. To get further treatment. Well, opera Birmingham's new season underway, but of course, it's very different. They kicked off what they're calling opera shots on Sunday in the parking lot outside their building on Sixth Avenue South. The pandemic, pausing performances. The opera director says Sunday's event it was a welcome one. This is what we live for. It's not the same doing it in our office with a video camera.
During the pandemic, social media can be an information lifeline for rural communities
"So hard to quit facebook is that it's actually really essential for information support and connection. That's especially true in small rural communities where local news is mostly happening on facebook and people are turning to the platform is a resource for information about covid nineteen. But K. UNC's Adam raise reports from Colorado that in groups that were meant to keep people updated divisiveness is creeping in. Like many school districts across the country in Morgan. County, Colorado has been working on a plan for the fall. So some parents in the rural county have been turning to a more than five thousand, nine hundred member facebook group to get and share information. This is exactly what Christie spots Cobley had in mind when she created the group in two, thousand, twelve, I kept thinking we need a place where the community can go and find information many posts from people, asking questions or sharing information about covid nineteen restrictions, local politics, community resources, the local paper that covers the counties biggest city used to have four reporters. But now it shows just one full time reporter with another paper out here in. Rural America sometimes, we don't get information as fast as doing urban counterparts asked Nathan Trout he works on a farm near the town of Gan's and primarily uses facebook groups to buy or sell farm equipment, but he sees a broader value in them. So I think it's really or that we need to open up all meetings or communications that we we as AS Roma citizens know what's going on in our rural communities. These groups can provide a platform that wasn't available before Roberto Gherardo has helped rural areas take advantage of social media as director of the Purdue University Center for Regional Development. If you use it properly, you can convey value win formation. You can really truly have discussion and discourse. That helps he says there are also downsides and Morgan County facebook group administrator Cobley is seeing those now with covid nineteen I think there's so much longer before the pandemic she says, facebook group remained fairly civil now small number of posts provoked dozens of argumentative vulgar comments some with misleading or false information cobley was a hand off moderator before the pandemic but now I think I, it was time I. I need to get control back over of the group in March she posted some ground rules. That's vital part of moderating community based social media says Jeremy Lipshultz he's a professor at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Who Researches Social Media I think if you're honest and transparent and you keep your audience in mind in your fair with everybody fares as you can be, you're not going to make everybody happy. But I think it will work fairly well over time the moderating rules for the Morgan County facebook groups seemed to help but we still has weeks or she doesn't even want to look at the group and yet I think it will always be around one way or another. It's not something I will ever shut now still in mid-july. Cobley to crack crackdown on threads about mask-wearing requirements that devolved into arguments laced with profanities. That's K. UNC's Adam race from Colorado. And now, for some related links, it's hard to get numbers on how many people are joining new facebook groups during this pandemic. But lots of stories from all over the country and the world point two people gathering figure out how to deal with school reopening teachers getting together to share tips for remote learning small businesses, creating support networks for each other and sadly stories of groups devolving into such toxic discourse that their moderators closed them down. I will say I opened facebook for the first time in over a year to try to around and get a sense of how many community groups there might be, how many people are in them little light research and I did almost immediately find a page in my area had some updated information about my county and some restrictions on hair salons had recently been eased, and now I have hope I might be able to get a haircut soon. So that was actually kind of helpful although I did not read any of the comments. The thing that's frustrating is that although facebook makes it easy to create groups and you can kind of assume sadly that most people are on it. This is literally what the Internet started as a series of forums and chat groups and bulletin boards. It's what people have done online since online began and in some ways, the great lie about facebook is that you can't do this anywhere else. Have the groups, dumped the engagement algorithms and the hyper targeted ads and you know what you've got. The World Wide Web I'm
"morgan county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Take it to the podium says numbers in Ohio continue to go up as far as cobit nineteen he says testing is also going to be increasing as there is a need for more testing across the state we take it now to governor Mike DeWine live all Ohioans have to continue to do that this the distancing not really social distancing the just physical distance in public go to a grocery store go out we get more more of us to wear a mask that's going to make a huge difference wash hands all the other things that we talk about so those are the really the the the two two things we're gonna have more testing opportunities just slide shows Eric will get that slide up here there it is there it is and you can see some locations that are coming up this week June twenty third twenty fourth Columbus twenty third through the twenty fifth in Cincinnati in the seaports Masina Morgan County Dayton like still Columbus and there's gonna be more and more these that are coming and so we really want to encourage people to go out and and and get tested so because the restrictions have been changed now anybody can get a test friend I thought and John thought this might be a good day to be tested so that's what we're going to do we have to remember three members of the Ohio National Guard I guess I get to go first right yes Sir okay tell me which when you were in there shield right here just to protect me in case you sneeze or cough during a test weighted down love it or in ninety five great books like yourself where site.
"morgan county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of the nation's top prosecutor says a witch's brew of extremists has infiltrated peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd Attorney General William Barr says agitators engaging in domestic terrorism we have evidence that antifa and other similar extremist groups as well as actors of a variety of different political persuasions have been involved in instigating and participating in the violent activity and we are also seeing foreign actors playing all sides to exacerbate the violence demonstrations morphing into riding obscene police officer shot beaten or run down your governor Cuomo among those condemning the actions of a couple of buffalo police officers video shows them appearing to show of an elderly man who falls and cracks his head mayor says the officers involved have been suspended without pay investigations under way the Morgan County Alabama sheriff's office says seven adults have been found dead following a shooting and fire at a home in a small community about fifteen miles southwest of Huntsville no suspects in custody but police say there is no further threat brace yourself the may employment report due for release later on economists are forecasting the government will report this morning that employers shed eight point five million more jobs last month that's on top of the twenty one point four million lost in March and April a figure that large would raise the total losses since the coronavirus intensified nearly three months ago to almost thirty million more than triple the number of jobs lost during the two thousand eight two thousand nine recession that's corresponding cat Lorman death the moment stock futures pointing to a higher open Dow futures up two hundred eighty five points S. and P. futures twenty one points higher nasdaq futures up twenty three more on these stories the town hall dot com the fact the pain relief it's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source of the pain that's experience of tens of thousands of Americans what to you really factor right now see the incredible video endorsements that really faxes are coming over to.
"morgan county" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The nation's top prosecutor says a witch's brew of extremists has infiltrated peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd Attorney General William Barr says agitators engaging in domestic terrorism we have evidence that antifa and other similar extremist groups as well as actors of a variety of different political persuasions have been involved in instigating and participating in the violent activity and we are also seeing foreign actors playing all sites to exacerbate the violence demonstrations morphing into riding obscene police officer shot beaten or run down they are governor Cuomo among those condemning the actions of a couple of buffalo police officers video shows them appearing to show of an elderly man who falls and fractures head mayor says the officers involved have been suspended without pay investigations under way the Morgan County Alabama sheriff's office says seven adults have been found dead following a shooting and fire at a home in a small community about fifteen miles southwest of Huntsville no suspects in custody but police say there is no further threat brace yourself when they implement report due for release later on economists are forecasting the government will report this morning that employers shed eight point five million more jobs last month that's on top of the twenty one point four million lost in March and April a figure that large would raise the total losses since the coronavirus intensified nearly three months ago to almost thirty million more than triple the number of jobs lost during the two thousand eight two thousand nine recession that's corresponding cat Lorman at the moment stock futures pointing to a higher open Dow futures up two hundred eighty five points S. and P. futures twenty one points higher nasdaq futures up twenty.
"morgan county" Discussed on WTVN
"Cincinnati the mayor they're out with a statement about last night he said outdoor dining went well with owners following safety guidance but mayor Cranley says are a few bars that did not and he says tonight there will be enhanced enforcement and bars will be closed if necessary the mayor says for any bar that's not following state orders consider yourself warned mayor Cranley says some establishments didn't follow requirements of customers be seated and in parties no bigger than ten people Ohio prisons about to get some new inmates the Ohio prison system plans to resume accepting inmates from county jails to begin their prison sentences a practices Spender during the Copa nineteen pandemic to reduce overcrowding on Monday the state will take up to fifty inmates a day at the correctional reception center in central Ohio authorities will hold inmates a minimum of thirty five days before transferring them to facilities around the state the agency says they need to resume housing inmates in Ohio escorts reopen the announcement comes even as positive cases of covert nineteen continue to rise in Ohio prisons along with the inmate deaths I'm a C. Jepson deadly collision Morgan County is killed a teenager the Ohio state patrol says a fifteen year old jumped in front of a car as it was driving in the team fell off the vehicle was run over the driver of the car was not injured in Dublin a forty seven year old woman is dead after an accident on I. two seventy north at rings road near Tuttle crossing this morning the victim was a passenger in an SUV it had racked with a semi about eight o'clock this morning the driver of the SUV in critical condition I'm Matt Rees news stories at the top and bottom of every hour this is an newsradio six ten WTVN it's easier to change the world and you think sponsored child in extreme poverty with compassion international and you will change the world for that child just text the word child.
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A financial investment specialist we call this the certified financial planning professional CFP this is the hardest hardest on round here yeah so anyways all right by the way in honor of the only master plumber America who's also see if they are and the star of this program I got together with some friends of mine reckon merry right and we kind of worked up a little something for and I think you're gonna recognize this for your retirement so I'm going to just pull them up here Rick Mary hello Hey Rick I really appreciate you putting this together on such short notice to honor my friend and the start of the program Danny Smith I recognize voice merry take it away so Thursday's your requirements over so we've been told what a wonderful feeling going you're not really you know they're still flying and James Lewis and the whole world is wasting your return all the way through Morgan County Hey you guys thank you very much I got your most welcome thanks Rick thanks merry we appreciate you all right sweetie hope to see you soon she's a good horse back riders say and again I reached out to him and but reduced rates would invoke how they would take a phone call from the soul well it was nice I hope we well that's all I had planned for the the Rick and Mary Kuhn too far there did you hear that desk can just merry there yeah yeah Marie's tears to your eyes yeah I was burning probably from roundup does your ears so that's okay I I have just made an offer to Mr Sullivan since he needs a hair cut and I used to get my father in law here cuts when he couldn't get out so I still have the nippers with the combs in the race Pat I'd be glad to give you a hair cut a doing a doing a comb over Philly really hard there's a lot to it I'm not going to touch the top I just wanna do that there you I mean you really right around here when you're working on a comb over he really I'm telling you it's a I can do that.
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Project continues to move forward folks in the Martinsville Morgan County area started to see road construction signs and barrels arriving on the scene and road equipment road construction equipment also in the area so please pay attention also additional construction all over the state we have projects that are leading in and rolling right now for sixty nine and for Wayne we have projects on the Lloyd expressway down in Evansville and those are just two of the corners of our state one final note simply slow down I have experienced a tremendous Cena a large uptick in vehicle traffic vehicle speeds around the state I know we're experiencing far less traffic but it the the speeds have increased considerably going seventy miles an hour seventy mile per hour zone twenty twenty mile commute will only save you three minutes please slow down for the safety of all Hoosiers please watch your speed as we all want to get to our final destination safely thank you thank you commissioner next OB asked three the experienced leaders worry mayors representing different portions of our state southern central and northern Indiana three have been exceptional partners demonstrating the exact kind of collaboration that we need to see ourselves through this time first we'll we'll start south will kind of work up by sixty nine you mentioned I sixteen I will start I'm in southern Indiana in Evansville with mayor winning key mayor you you.
Chicago - Three More Coronavirus Deaths Confirmed In Illinois
"The Illinois department of public health announcing three hundred thirty new coronavirus cases in Illinois including three death Douglas Marshall and Morgan counties now reporting cases there are a total of one thousand eight hundred sixty five cases in thirty five Illinois counties more detainees at cook county jail and tested positive for the corona virus there are no six detainees who've tested positive at the cook county jail three correctional officers have tested positive as well this comes amid pressure for the release of some detainees to lessen the spread of the virus within the jail earlier the sheriff's department said it is reconfiguring a barracks at a boot camp to serve as a hospital for detainees Steve Burton and WGN news there are now three Coba nineteen cases in the Chicago police department nine officers in total have contracted the virus they were made in good spirits there are three hundred thirty eight new coronavirus debts our new coronavirus cases in Illinois as we
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"As you can see traffic is moving on all right here this is on the northwest side of Indianapolis just northwest of downtown when I sixty five for those you making your way in from the eagle creek and Zions dollar Boone County looking good in down lanes no traffic incidents to report on the interstates here this morning so that's good news to start things off the low incidence I have I don't have a lot of information on it nor do I see any major slowdowns is just west of the state fairgrounds thirty eighth street they're calling it police incident or police activity looks like you may get a little bit slow there just south of thirty eight street here this morning but that's it otherwise were smooth sailing awful creek been for looks fine I just east of that area trying to make her way and on into downtown to get forty five looks good all inbound traffic on the interstates look good as well is on the south and south towards and I sixty five remover along okay traffic looks pretty lights outside drive times US thirty one green with the four sixty five ten minutes state road thirty seven from Morgan County for sixty five twenty three minutes and sixty five from Greenwood taken into the south what will be about a minute drive here this morning thank you market it is five thirty two time to jump start your morning with day breaks top stories we start with breaking news that lanes shut down by police on I. sixty five are back open we're still working to learn exactly why there was such a big response of officers overnight they close the lanes near keystone Avenue around twelve thirty this morning police have not released details about what happened police are investigating a new homicide from overnight near the state fairgrounds officers found a man dead at thirty.
Task force formed to probe source of mysterious drones over Colorado
"Mysterious drones are flying over remote parts of Colorado and Nebraska that's according to dozens of reports made in recent weeks nobody seems to have any clue where they came from or whose flying them but the Federal Aviation Administration is taking it seriously the agency has announced a new task force to try to solve the mystery Colorado public radio is Natalia Navarro reports more than seventy officials from local law enforcement and agencies including the FAA a and the FBI hold a closed door meeting in the little farm town of brush Colorado yesterday they didn't tell the press much when they emerged authorities have been getting hundreds of reports of mysterious vehicles flying at night in the area some as big as six feet long the FAA's Ian Gregor says it's unclear whether the drones are violating any laws really there are there are multiple reports they're not all identical so I really can't we and on you know the legality of any particular report that we've got Gregory says the FAA and local police have tracked with drone companies unmanned aircraft systems test sites ports and an Air Force missile base in the area none have been confirmed as the source of these reports the FAA hasn't even confirmed that what people are seeing our drones at all it's weird Deanna swindle lives just south of brush she says she is seen drones fly over her house every night for more than a week well they got two red blinking lights and a white light and they look fairly good size I couldn't tell you how big but you just see the lights come on come from the east in blank she says they make her feel uncomfortable creepy it's like why what are they looking for Dave Martin the sheriff of Morgan County Colorado says his deputies have seen the drones to there is no local crime that I am aware of that has been committed but it is very unnerving for our citizens not only in Morgan County but throughout northeast Colorado share of Martin says the local rumor mill is rife with speculation and conspiracy theories he worries about people who have threatened to shoot down the drones that's very dangerous if you don't hear what you're aiming at that bullets coming down somewhere the new task force says local agencies will now be sharing drone sighting reports with an analyst at the department of homeland security words have also been advised by the FAA to report unusual
Task force formed to probe source of mysterious drones over Colorado
"Mysterious drones are flying over remarks remote parts of Colorado and Nebraska that's according to dozens of reports made in recent weeks nobody seems to have any clue where they came from or whose flying them but the Federal Aviation Administration is taking it seriously the agency has announced a new task force to try to solve the mystery Colorado public radio is Natalia Navarro reports more than seventy officials from local law enforcement agencies including the FAA a and the FBI hold a closed door meeting in the little farm town of brush Colorado yesterday they didn't tell the press much when they emerged authorities have been getting hundreds of reports of mysterious vehicles flying at night in the area some as big as six feet long the FAA's in Gregor says it's unclear whether the drones are violating any laws really there are there are multiple reports they're not all identical so I really can't wait he is on you know the legality of the particular report that we've got Gregory says the FAA and local police have tracked with drone companies unmanned aircraft systems test sites airports and an Air Force missile base in the area none have been confirmed as the source of these reports the FAA hasn't even confirm that what people are seeing our drones at all it's weird Deanna swindle lives just south of brush she says she is seen drones fly over her house every night for more than a week well they got two red blinking lights in a white light and they look fairly good size I couldn't tell you how big but you just see the lights coming coming from the east in blank she says they make her feel uncomfortable creepy it's like why were they looking for Dave Martin the sheriff of Morgan County Colorado says his deputies have seen the drums too there is no local crime that I'm aware of that has been committed but it is very unnerving for our citizens not only in Morgan County but throughout northeast Colorado share of Martin says the local rumor mill is rife with speculation and conspiracy theories he worries about people who have threatened to shoot down the drones that's very dangerous if you don't hear what you're aiming at that bullets coming down somewhere the new task force says local agencies will now be sharing drone sighting reports with an analyst at the department of homeland security arts of also been advised by the FAA to report unusual
FBI investigating mysterious drones over Colorado
"Drone concern in Colorado and beyond a multi agency task force has been set up to investigate reported drone sightings across parts of northeast Colorado and southwest Nebraska there have been reports of drones that have hovered in spot sometimes for an hour or so these mystery siding said to have started about two weeks ago Morgan County Colorado sheriff David Martin says many people are concerned about privacy he's concerned about the possibility of people trying to shoot them down this is Martin today I have officers there have been working during these times and have seen it they've tried to track women you know our roads don't go right straight they don't run through private property and so they end up losing them the task force is investigating the task force investigating rather is said to include the FBI and the
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So again, we've got interrupted again. But hey that's important information. So doesn't hurt. My feelings. In the national weather service kicks off there for a bit issue. Additional warnings now have as you heard a severe thunderstorm warning for Morgan where there's also a tornado warning, but that's Morgan county, then severe thunderstorm warning now for Hendrix, as well as Marian where he where I am and Johnson counties. So good idea to, to keep an eye on all of that. We've got the channel eight radar with the sound turned off here. Even right here in the studio. So you won't hurt my feelings. If you wanna have the TV on in the background watching watching the radar and knowing when it might be time for you to seek shelter, there were you live. It's not already time to do exactly that, but we're going to breathe the discussion a little bit. On gun-free zones. Be because of that important information that that cut in but the, the point I wanted to make is that there are some protections. For Indiana workers. Where employers want to create a quote unquote gun free zone at a person's place of employment. And there is a statute's been around since I wanna say two thousand eight. But it's been around for a while. And if you want to check it out to related statutes, but it's Indiana code thirty four twenty eight seventy two and there's another one that is related three or four twenty eight eight six. But what these do they place limitations on employers and they prevent most employers. There's a list of exceptions like a federal facility. Or an approved post secondary educational institution, meeting college. So there are some exceptions under a fairly lengthy list of exceptions. So you have to read down through those, but for most employers those employers in Indiana are prohibited from having a policy kind of workplace rule or regulation that prevents an employee from having a gun stored out of sight in the employees locked vehicle because the legislature looked at this and said, you know, hold on. If an employer says you can't even have a gun in your car. Thousands of I siblings mean they can in still foster say you care can't will take take a gun you just as you into are. your For more actual information place on how of employment you can adopt. into the building. Visit adoptuskids And also dot say org. you can't have A public your service possession announcement while from the US you're department performing of health your and human duties services, of employment adopt.
"morgan county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"New Zealand shooter describes himself as a white supremacist in a seventy four page manifesto. He's fired his attorney and plans to represent himself in court leading to some speculation. He's gonna use his court time to share his extremists views. He'll be back in court in April. One of the victims killed was from Kuwait. Atta Eliane was the goalkeeper for a New Zealand football team off the field. He worked as a consultant for a tech company founded in two thousand ten we're just now learning about a close call with an asteroid that happened in December not far from the route commercial flights use between North America. And asia. Scientists say an asteroid space rock exploded twenty five miles above the earth's surface with a blast force ten times the energy. Released by the Hiroshima atomic bomb, but it largely went unnoticed because of blew up over the Bering Sea. Scientists now are checking with airlines to see if they're pilots reported anything once again, we may see if this is the week of Mullah report will drop something the new attorney general will push for a public release. So I think you're gonna see a larger that sort of connects the dot here in terms of how Muller started and where we are now. But at least one former US attorneys not expecting the probe to end, even though top lawyers are leaving Andrew Weisman. Who is one of the top deputies? In fact, the top deputy with driver Muller announced he was stepping down which indicates maybe it's wrapping up principal Horace says request by Muller to delay. One of the sentencing is a sign of a probe still has legs dog. The bounty hunter son is acting like a chip off the old block based on the Facebook post, Leland Chapman, stopped by the Morgan county, Alabama jail with a few different tow. A picture shows Leland posing with Alabama lawmen at the Morgan county jail. The family's reality show. You may know is filtered Alabama earlier this month is Dan negotiated the surrender of a fugitive wanted for a rape in Louisiana. His mother is undergoing chemo for throat cancer. Tic time five forty nine on Orlando's morning news eleven minutes until your late. If it got to be there by six and you just might be late. If you're on I four we'll get to that coming up in just a moment..
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Traffic at five zero five. Here's mad bear. Stay all lanes closed eastbound seventy to sixty seven okay. The by the airport and traffic is being diverted at state road to sixty seven. We have a backup that's miles long here. Well, past the Hendrix, Morgan county line, and even before that we have a crash reported on eastbound seventy s state road thirty nine just about a mile away from the original delay here. And we are backed up there. Well beyond the county line again of Hendrix, Morgan just in a different spot. So we have a delay. That's running several miles here from Hazlewood road around Hayes road all the way up to state road to sixty seven it's messy, and is a very bad deal. You don't want to get caught in that you can build off point also westbound seventy we have some gave her staff and go traffic row before Ronald Reagan Parkway up to the crash site, then we're looking at state road sixty seven crash southbound lanes before mendenhall road. Decatur high school Decatur central high school house. We have eastbound four sixty five stop and go keystone over to high sixty nine southbound sixty five slow from twenty first street over to the north split with fog out there and take a look at it now here for money, but circle please be careful used as low beams traffic sponsored by so Vaidya automotive Sylvia's, always looking to improve their headline. So they developed their silver star ultra headlights they have greater clarity and the brightest down road visibility. Sylvania think farther down the road. I bear father was on Twitter for instant traffic updates at WIBC traffic..
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Bear with traffic problems by the airports there. It looks like we have another crash now it's going to be eastbound is seventy they're close to state road thirty nine right? This is causing what looks to be stop and go traffic this time traffic back past the Hendrix Morgan county line. Okay. Well fast, and then we have the interstate close. Your once your through that? It's eastbound seventy between state road to sixty seventy Ronald Reagan Parkway, and that's a closure that has us backed up with stop traffic to county road five twenty five getting close Hendrix, Marion county lines of your candidate on eastbound seventy trying to get to the airport from Terre Haute. You're going to want to peel off. I say maybe a little point, bro. There's little point road exit and that he can take US forty on up to Ronald Reagan Parkway, go south and rejoined the airport exits from there, westbound seventy stop and go from the airport. Indianapolis international all the way to the crash. So we have some gay I there, and then we have a great deal on the southeast side. Okay. State road sixty seven southbound at state road. Sixty seventy eastbound southbound here in front of us Decatur highschool left lane is walked also the turn lane currently blocked. We're backed up the I four sixty five. This is a two vehicle crash traffic sponsored by the who at RAF home mortgage music center, iconic rock legends to who are coming off home mortgage music center, Saturday may eighteenth tickets on sale this Friday at ten AM at livenation dot com. I bear with traffic on the FIS. Follow us on Twitter at WIBC traffic..
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Backlash from the battle with opioids increasing clouds overnight, mostly cloudy and not as cold Tuesday. I'm STAN Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Pain meds have been so dangerous in the past in Indiana that doctors had been really careful prescribing them, Chris Davis reports insurance companies and pharmacists can also be too careful have a specialist if you really need meds for chronic pain, says internal medicine specialist, Dr Rosemary Bates. She also says alternatives may work yoga, physical therapy and other medicines that can't get you high but still kill pain are being developed. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. Martinsville man has been arrested on drunk and drugged driving charges stemming from the fatal crash on state road forty four back in October. Earl Davis was the driver of a vehicle that collided with another driven. By Chad kept neuro Franklin kept near was dead. When the ambulance arrived. It's not the first time Davis is. Had trouble with the law. He is awaiting trial in Morgan county in a child molestation case. He knows how they're sounds. But when asked how the colts will approach the NFL off season after their discouraging exit from the playoffs general manager Chris Ballard says we're going to continue to to explore every avenue to acquire players. The team will be very aggressive in free agency. He says I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com..
"morgan county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the go. Backlash from the battle with opioids increasing clouds overnight, mostly cloudy and not as cold Tuesday. I'm STAN Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Pain meds have been so dangerous in the past in Indiana that doctors have been really careful prescribing them, Chris Davis reports insurance companies and pharmacists can also be too careful have a specialist if you really need meds for chronic pain, says internal medicine specialist, Dr Rosemary Bates. She also says alternatives may work that yoga, physical therapy and other medicines that can't get you high but still kill pain are being developed Chris Davis ninety three WABC mobile news. Martinsville man has been arrested on drunk and drugged driving charges stemming from fatal crash on state road forty four back in October. Earl Davis was the driver of a vehicle that collided with another driven. By Chad kept neuro Franklin kept near was dead. When the ambulance arrived. It's not the first time Davis is. Had trouble with the law. He is awaiting trial in Morgan county in a child molestation case. He knows how the sounds. But when asked how the colts will approach the NFL off season after they are discouraging exit from the playoffs general manager. Chris Ballard says we're going to continue to to explore every avenue to acquire players. The team will be very aggressive in free agency. He says I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.
Shelley FitzGerald, Ellen Degeneres and John Herrick discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News
"And a voice yelled back and was like help me. And I told him I said they're on their way. They're on their way autumn Ray who says she saw the crash Sunday night in Morgan county that killed three people. Investigators say a car speeding along baseline road near paragon. Would it couldn't stop went down a ravine at least one hundred feet
"morgan county" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"You get from any chain business. These are not normally the kinds of cards that. You know, the Gulf cartel would deal in or the sinner Loa cartel. Normally the drug cartels in Mexico don't deal in gift cards. I'm thinking took everything I had except for two dollars. He left him with two dollars in the world. Turn around drove straight home because he took everything but two dollars, no reason to go to the to the casino now. Didn't charge them. They've never been charged with anything. Caesar was part of civil asset forfeiture where law enforcement official officers have the right to lay claim to property, they think was used in the commission of certain crimes. This is unbelievable to me. Once the property is seized by an officer, authorities can file a motion and civil court separate from criminal proceedings to claim the property, the forfeiture. It's pretty amazing. For instance, in Morgan county, West Virginia assistant prosecuting attorney remained boys initiated one case in circuit court. Naming a Hyundai, Elantra and ignition key, a cellphone, a digital scale, and five hundred twenty three dollars in currency as as as respondents as as that the county now owned instead of the people, they took it from. In that case, the court granted their forfeiture and let them have it. So the Morgan county sheriff's department got ninety percent of the proceeds the prosecutor's office. Got the other ten percent. That's nice. Divvied up all the property and took it from people didn't have to charge them with anything. Didn't have to convict him anything. Just took your stuff and now we're gonna go out and sell it. In fact, these counties go out and sell these things at auction, and some of the stuff that they sell is pretty amazing. Now, obviously. They have. They've confiscated fifty five inch l. g. TV's. Afford Thunderbird car. The list of at auction in manga. Halo county included a Nintendo. We with controllers shoes, jumper cables, a Mickey Mouse, watch a jogging stroller, and Legos. What? How, how did they obtain lay goes? Well, it's probably because they took a car and Legos were in it, and now they just got these Legos too. So they sell those as well at auction, a heat, and this is just unreal. The sheriff's department loves this because will they, they get money from it. They get to keep the cash, glutton buy stuff with it, government theft. What about the people they took it from? Yeah, they're just out of luck. Sorry, some kids missing his logo are Legos. Yeah, whatever. Whatever. Community? Yeah, right, right. I mean, we needed a new patrol car, and now we got the ten thousand dollars from them. And in the case of the Utah highway patrol, they got five hundred thousand dollars from that guy with no charges filed with no evidence of any wrongdoing. He. So I think you almost conclude right now that it is illegal in the United States of America to carry cash with you, man. It's illegal because if they find it they're taking it from you period. Yeah. I'm not gonna take. Would you carry cash with you? No way. I'm not answering that question No way. Wow. I mean, it's just I drive through multiple municipalities to absolute madness. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three and at Pat unleashed on Twitter, more Pat gray unleashed coming up in a second. Pat gray unleashed delays, radio.
"morgan county" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Yeah because he bought it for truck would another shares in two thousand fifteen in twenty fifteen the sheriff in morgan county loan one hundred and fifty thousand dollars from the inmate food fun to a corrupt car lot the long was revealed when the business facing theft and scam chargers went bankrupt again that's sheriff's use of the food money was legal under state law it was only prohibited in morgan county because of the county's particular history aside from individual lawsuits like those it's hard to tell exactly how much money earmarked for ma food is going to shares a lot this january two advocacy groups sued for access to the records that can reveal how much jail food money was being turned into personal profit forty nine shares have refused to provide records or where funds were spent then in february reporter connor sheets of the news began revealing interleukins spending history and his ethics disclosure yep happens privatisers shit we we still run it like a business almost like a ceo where you cut cars you can keep all the profit was a sheriff and the ceo should not right the same way you know we have a notch we haven't responsibilities society to rehabilitate people to to incarcerate people not just for the safety quarter quarter the people outside before their rehabilitation and their livelihood inside and we just turned jail until i debtor's prison in pro you know businesses basically like it has been turned into this is what happens you have laws wittily written a hey feed them the least amount possible and you can keep the prophet right like i say i maybe it's not ignorant i cannot believe this bullshit is written into the laws right.
"morgan county" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I agree as always comes back to the same point the does all of this is a modern day form of slavery slavery revamps and sales people want act like slavery going away now nigga you get into the jails system all your rights or strip your right devote your right to do a lot of sheet and stripped away at your right to work because you know you put it on the system if you've committed a certain types of crimes you can't get no job which means you can't make no money which is to keep you in the system in two thousand nine then share of greg bartlett of morgan county was briefly tossed in jail after acknowledging that he had personally profited to the tune of two hundred and twelve thousand dollars for a surplus in the jail food account prisoners testified about receiving meager meals to cut corners bartlett used charitable donations especial deals at cbs put it including wants splitting a one thousand dollar of truck full of corn dogs with a sheriff of a nearby county and then feeding 'em as corn dollars twice a day for weeks he'd have been himself by noting that his prophet was legal under the state law but it exasperated federal judge said the sheriff had an obligation feeders ma's adequate food the story made national headlines at bartlett agree to no longer dip into the jail food and fudd and say was fired briefly jailed a agreed not to dip into the fine no more you feeding them corn dolls twice a day dow.