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4 Texas police officers fired after fatally shooting man 'having a mental breakdown' in April

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00:46 sec | 2 months ago

4 Texas police officers fired after fatally shooting man 'having a mental breakdown' in April

"Health experts say the April shooting death by Houston police of a man in a mental health crisis highlights the problems with having officers being the only ones who respond in such situations. The experts say that the officers need better training to deal with such situations. But mental health professionals also need to be part of the team that handles such incidents, Houston police Chief Art Azevedo has announced. That four officers involved in fatally shooting Nicholas Chavez on April 21st were fired for using unreasonable force officers fired 21 times at Chavez at the end of a 15 minute confrontation. Leaders with the Houston Police Officers Union denounced the firings, saying the officers tried to de escalate the situation but were forced to shoot Chavez. John Mark

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Today. 19 years after the September 11th attacks, traditional commemorations took place in New York City, with modifications due to the pandemic. New YORK Marks 19 years since the terror attacks of September 11th killed nearly 3000 people had a time a far deadlier crisis has taken root in this stricken city Corona virus has killed nearly eight times as many people here and has forced the annual commemoration to change. Fewer families make the solemn pilgrimage here to what used to be called Ground zero and the ones that do arrive in masks. The recitation of names is recorded, though red in person at a competing ceremony nearby. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York In Minneapolis, the four former police officers involved in the arrest and death of George Floyd appeared in court today. Derrick Show van who is seen on video pinning his need to Floyd's neck is in court for the first time instead of on video. This is ABC News. The US is imposing sanctions on the Ukrainian lawmaker calling Andre Dirk Touch a Russian agent who has been trying to influence the presidential election Dirt. Couch met with the president's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani last year to dig up political dirt on Democratic candidate Joe Biden for Houston. Cops are fighting their terminations following a deadly confrontation in April with a man in emotional distress. More on the story from ABC is Jim Ryan. Calm down Body Cam video shows police trying to convince 27 year old Nicholas Chavez to surrender. But when he reached for a taste or that had been dropped on the ground, he was shot to death. Joga. Molly heads a Houston police union. It was clear when viewing the video that these officers did not want to shoot Mr Chavez and did everything in their power. Not but chief art on Severo sees excessive force in the video. It's inexplicable to me for them to shoot a man 21 times the officers are trying to get their jobs back. Chavez. His family wants them criminally prosecuted. Jim really in ABC News. David Wright ABC News.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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03:03 min | 2 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Eight o'clock CBS News on the hour presented by Capital one bank I'm Lisa Matteo. Numerous ceremonies are taking place at this hour to remember those who died on September 11th nearly two decades ago. Bagpipes playing at the 9 11 Memorial in New York City, where the traditional reading of the names are being played in the recording, William Abrahamson. Then, finally Abell signifying the moment the first plane struck the World Trade Center. Former vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, are in attendance. A tunnel to Towers Foundation will also hold their own ceremony to read the names allowed. Chairman Frank Siller talks about its importance and CBS's CAMI McCormick has more on a tribute at the Pentagon. It would be shame on us If we couldn't figure out a way to read these names in a Safeway I'm Cami McCormick at the Pentagon. The ceremony will be much different this year. There will be a recorded reading of the names of those who died and a wreath laying but victims families will not be allowed to attend because of Corona virus concerns. They will be allowed scheduled visits to the memorial after the ceremony. The ceremony will also be held in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Wildfires continue to rage through Washington State, Oregon and California, killing at least 16 people. CBS News is Carter Evans spoke with Don Marie Baxter, whose sister, brother, Law and toddler son We're caught in a fire in Washington, while campus couple couldn't escape the flames of the Cold Springs fire in their truck, So they ran over a mile in the dark. To a river. Jacob was carrying at least a five gallon bucket of water and baby Ariel input, shielding him with his whole body. In fact, his burns are less because he was covering the baby and hunched down over him solo. By the time rescuers arrive, you're areal had died. His second birthday would have been next month. Health officials reporting a disturbing trend that could affect America's ability to stop the spread of Corona virus. Infectious disease expert Dr Michael Ulster home. One of the most concerning aspect of our response to covert right now is the growing number of people refused to be tested, even when they've been exposed and in some cases are clinically ill. This is only going to amplify the number of cases throughout this country. Houston mayor. So Lester Turner, speaking out after four police officers were fired for shooting a man 21 time the action being taken today. In our city. We hold everyone accountable. 27 year old Nicholas Chavez had been experiencing a mental health crisis when he died from the bullets back in April. Investigators had looked at body cam footage to find out more about the case. Down Futures up 98%. This is CBS News. Brought to you by capital one capital One's banking app lets you manage your money any time anywhere. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a Hi. It's Olivia Munn with my.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WTOP

"Bagpipes playing at the 9 11 Memorial in New York City. You were the traditional reading of the names are being played in the recording, William F Abrahamson. Then, finally Abell signifying the moment the first plane struck the World Trade Center. Former vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, are in attendance. A tunnel to Towers Foundation will also hold their own ceremony to read the names allowed Chairman Frank Siller talks about its importance and CBS's CAMI. McCormick has more on a tribute at the Pentagon would be shame on us. If we couldn't figure out a way to read these names in a Safeway I'm Cami McCormick at the Pentagon. The ceremony will be much different this year. There will be a recorded reading of the names of those who died and a wreath laying but victims families will not be allowed to attend because of Corona virus concerns. They will be allowed scheduled visits to the memorial after the ceremony. The ceremony will also be held in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Wildfires continue to rage through Washington State, Oregon and California, killing at least 16 people. CBS News is Carter Evans spoke with Dawn Marie Baxter, whose sister, brother, Law and toddler son We're caught in a fire in Washington, while campus couple couldn't escape the flames of the Cold Springs fire in their truck, So they ran over a mile in the dark. To a river. Jacob was carrying at least a five gallon bucket of water and baby Ariel input, shielding him with his whole body. In fact, his burns are less because he was covering the baby and hunched down over him solo. By the time rescuers arrive, you're areal had died. His second birthday would have been next month. Health officials reporting a disturbing trend that could affect America's ability to stop the spread of Corona virus. Infectious disease expert Dr Michael Ulster home. One of the most concerning aspect of our response to code right now is the growing number of people refused to be tested, even when they've been exposed and in some cases are clinically ill. This's only going to amplify the number of cases throughout this country. Houston mayor. So Lester Turner, speaking out after four police officers were fired for shooting a man 21 time. The action being taken today does say. In our city. We hold everyone accountable. 27 year old Nicholas Chavez had been experiencing a mental health crisis when he died from the bullets back in April. Investigators had looked at body cam footage to find out more about the case. Down Futures up 98%. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP I'm Bruce Allen at 903 on the September 11th 2020. It was 19 years ago at this moment that a terror attack on the United States was unfolding. We observe a moment of silence. Now it was 903. When United Airlines flight 1 75 struck the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York. As in other parts of the country, D C area events Commemorating the 9 11 attacks will look a little different this year, with the pandemic pushing many events online. And it's not just those who died on 9 11 being remembered in one particular memorial service this morning in D. C at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Museum. They've also been keeping a list of the names of law enforcement officers who have died in the years since from illnesses related to 9 11. There's more than 300 who have died since then. Marshall Toronto is the sea CEO of the Memorial fund and Museum because of the pandemic. This year's service will be broadcast live on Facebook, instead of being the usual in person service open to the public also hosting virtual events. The city of Alexandria that will have an event online available all day. And Arlington County,.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Will help parents see where covert cases are popping up Xev capo with the American Federation of Teachers in Texas, as they will crowd sourced teacher's school employees and community members to report Kiko bit 19 data. They will be able to interact directly with this and take some level of control for helping to keep up with the identified cases across their campuses, he says. Some of the data being put out by the state will only be for school districts and not individual campuses and their map, he says. Will be updated within a three hour span. A funeral is scheduled today for a Bear county deputy who was killed in a traffic accident near Corpus Christi. Noah called Iran graduated at the top of his cadet class and was the county's youngest ever deputy when he was hired in 2018 at the age of 18. He and his fiance were killed last month when an 18 Wheeler ran into their car in San Patricio County, called Iran's funerals start to the public viewing at 9 30 this morning, followed by a prayer service at 10 A.m.. At the Miracle Center on Commercial Avenue. A Kansas City man is under arrest in San Antonio on a charge of first degree murder. The Lone Star Fugitive Task force arrested 23 year old his whose maze of the third Thursday Meza is suspected of a shooting that killed one person and wounded two others. He's in the Bear County Jail awaiting extradition to Kansas City. Four Houston police officers have been fired following a deadly shooting Bodycam footage was released Oven April 21st incident where 27 year old Nicholas Chavez was taken down by multiple methods, including a Taser and bean bags while Chavez was on the ground officers shot him. 21 Times Police Chief Art Acevedo Said Chavez was armed with a metal object and warned before tactics were used. But the gunfire that killed him was not objectively reasonable covert restrictions most of us stuck at home, and many are looking for relief and the refrigerator. That's led to a rise in eating disorders during the pandemic. Dr Stacy Oh, bide, who is a health Psychologists at UT Health, San Antonio says these air mostly people who have previously been diagnosed and are now losing control what I digest what I n take. It may be the only thing that I control in my life so that could trigger that even disorder to become uncontrolled again. Hotline calls to the National Eating Disorders Association are up 70 to 80% in recent months. Marco Moreno NewsRadio 1200 W Away I sports commentators get. Bayliss is facing criticism over remarks he made about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is mental health. Prescott is brother Jace died by suicide in April. It was on his F S one show, or Bayliss criticized Prescott for going public to discuss his experience with depression, saying His team is looking to him to be in charge. W II NEWS TIMES.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Trump, responding to comments he made to a veteran journalist that he intentionally misled Americans about the dangers of the Corona virus wackjob that wrote the book, he said, Well, I knew a little bit. They wanted me to come out and scream. People are dying with that. No, no, we did it just the right way we have to become. Mr Trump's comments will appear in Bob Woodward's upcoming book Rage. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, speaking out about the president's response. Leadership is always going to be about leaders having the courage to speak the truth Divide over how to observe the anniversary of 9 11 during the pandemic. The traditional reading of the names will be a recording at the 9 11 Memorial. The tunnels, tunnels to Tower Foundation plans to read the Victimsnames. Germane Frank Siller. When I'm in competition with anybody, we just want to read the names and do it in a dignified way. So it will be. We're gonna make sure that there's one person in these podium. It's not hard to do it. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta spoke with Matthew Bochy, who lost his father in the attack. Matthew says he always admired the way the nation came together after September 11th. Something he's afraid is not happening during the Corona virus pandemic. Do you see any correlation between 9 11 and what's happening now? Absolutely. But the problem is the same unity. And and good that came from post 9 11 has not been the same now in a sense, but she believes what's missing is the universal feeling of patriotism. Instead, there's divisiveness. I feel like there's so much hate in the world. Four police officers have been fired after an investigation ruled they did not use reasonable force when they fired 21 shots at a man Houston mayor Sylvester Turner. The action being taken today does say In our city. We hold everyone accountable. 27 year old Nicholas Chavez had been experiencing a mental health crisis when he died from the bullets back in April. Investigators looked at body Cam video. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Are dying with that. No, no, we did it just the right way We have to become. Mr Trump's comments will appear in Bob Woodward's upcoming book Rage. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, speaking out about the president's responsible leadership is always going to be about leaders having the courage to speak the truth. Divide over how to observe the anniversary of 9 11 during the pandemic. The traditional reading of the names will be a recording at the 9 11 Memorial. The tunnels, tunnels to Tower Foundation plans to read the Victimsnames. Germane Frank Siller. We're not in competition with anybody. We just want to read the names and do it in a dignified way. So it will be. We're gonna make sure that there's love personalities podium. It's not hard to do. CBS news correspondent Laura Podesta spoke with Matthew Bochy, who lost his father in the attack. Matthew says he always admired the way the nation came together after September 11th something he's afraid is not happening during the Corona virus pandemic. Do you see any correlation between 9 11 and what's happening now? Absolutely. But the problem is the same unity and and good that came from post 9 11 has not been the same now into Sam's body believes what's missing is the universal feeling of patriotism. Instead, there's divisiveness. I feel like there's so much hate in the world. Four police officers have been fired after an investigation ruled they did not use reasonable force when they fired 21 shots at a man Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. The action being taken today. And I was sitting We hold everyone accountable. 27 year old Nicholas Chavez had been experiencing a mental health crisis when he died from the bullets back in April. Investigators looked at body Cam video. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

07:48 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on Houston Matters

"This is Houston matters. I'm Craig. Cohen, we often hear that Houston loves to bulldoze its history in exchange for a new strip mall but Tristan Smith. Says, that's not always the case, his book, a history lover's guide to Houston Chronicle's a number of historic buildings in and around downtown that have been preserved and re purposed back in April he told us that. You. See Our city's approach to preservation depends on where you're from. He grew up in Kansas College town that he says saved everything moving here in two thousand eleven I had heard horror stories of what had been torn down at had been lost in Houston when I actually got here and started exploring a little bit. I realized that there aren't lots of historic structures and some of the fabric of Houston's identity still remain. Yes. Has Been a lot that has been lost and we could have done a better job over the years but. We don't bulldoze everything. There's still some great history out there. Can you give some examples? Sure definitely. I think probably one of the easiest in most obvious examples is union station at minute maid park wild much of a rail railyard of course, as dawn the union station building alone having been integrated into the ball field is I think perfect example of how you can save. A building, repurpose it for another US and continue to hold onto some of your history the been post building downtown becoming the Magnolia hotel the building becoming Saint Germain Loft I mean you can move throughout downtown and the whole sector is is peppered with historic buildings that have been re purposed a lot of them into lock than hotel. Let's talk about another example, the former Jefferson Davis. which we know about that. Yes, Well, it's located just outside of downtown and it was the first centralized municipal hospital to treat indigent patients in Houston located in the first reward It's now today actually an elder street artists lost when they built bad they actually on top of former municipal cemetery and burial grounds for the city of Houston. So there were confederate soldiers or slaves to officials were buried there but by eighteen ninety, it had fallen into disrepair and they turned it into a city hospital by the nineteen twenties and today of course, our loft. How about the former merchants and manufacturers building? Sure that actually is one of the largest buildings in Houston, especially at the time that it was built. So when it opened in nineteen thirty, it was the largest building in the city and while it was spoke on commerce, it didn't last very long a great depression really did it in. within four years, the owners of that building my bankrupt and it was supposed to handle rail traffic had a six three threes way to cool. It had car parking garage though its size actually helped keep it maintained we're able to take it and repurpose it, and the University of Houston downtown has actually taken it over, and now is a hub within the university system. In downtown we've been talking about buildings and structures in the downtown area what about outside of downtown Houston Sure. There's a lot within the neighborhoods within the ward, the former awards. Houston, personally I feel that some of the highlights outside of downtown you'll find project row houses on Holman Street Those shotgun homes have been reported into community enrichment growth for the for the area. The astrodome of course is the highlight of Houston founders memorial cemetery on West Dollars the Houston Fire Museum buildings station number seven in mid town is a great I liked. Museum and then Glenwood cemetery also Washington. Is there anything the the buildings and structures that do endure here have in common that that have of helped them to be preserved and re purposed I'm. A lot of what the city of Houston does which historic preservation and that they look at pockets and neighborhoods. Though you'll see a lot of neighborhoods have been given the historic preservation, the horse historic district designation, and that helps it. When you have pockets of buildings that have been preserved, you can create that district and that helps the surrounding buildings and. Main Street Market Square in downtown has many many historic buildings in it in surrounding, which probably does help a little bit with preserving and also promoting the future preservation of historic buildings that may not currently be under those auspices. We've talked about a lot a lot of these. Buildings and structures that you mentioned your book we have examined previously on this show. There are many others we haven't gotten to, yet you know the freemen town bricks other come to mind I. And I imagine there's lots more in in your book of examples of history that still does in one form or another exist here in Houston. Yes. Definitely and there's so much more that we can do. There are many buildings neighborhoods full city blocks that can be preserved and. What it takes is education and there are great groups out there preservation Houston, the American, Institute of Architects there are so many groups that you can get involved with that you and promotes that you can support and that is going to help preserve individual buildings that will preserve neighborhoods and it will not only preserve them but it will promote them and once more people know about what you can do and how you can preserve buildings and repurpose those buildings the more you can save. Tristan Smith is the author of a history lover's guide to Houston. We spoke with him back in April. It has now been six months since I began hosting this program from home. If I told you, I, wasn't feeling the isolation brought on by the pandemic and how we've all had to respond to it well, I'd be lying. While I can be antisocial anyone from time to time I do miss being more engaged socially with the world, and while I'm encouraged that we're beginning to slowly and carefully resume some public events at limited capacity, I'll be even still very cautious mostly stay home and still always wear masks and keeps socially distant I've been reminding myself these six months that being socially distant doesn't mean being emotionally distant it's important. We continue to be present for one another even as we navigate the pandemic and social and racial strife political entrenchment that is more extreme than really anything I've seen in my lifetime we can still. Be Kind to one another one of the ways we express that kindness and connect is through music over these six months from time to time, we asked you to share some music you enjoy listening to and why and we took your comments and the music and compiled a Houston matters mix tape, three volumes of it. In fact, as I marked six months broadcasting from home I thought maybe we could take a few minutes out and listened to just a couple of those song choices and stories again here are just some.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Drive my family and my dog President Trump on the campaign trail in Michigan, defending his comments to journalist Bob Woodward that he downplayed the Corona virus, this wack job that wrote the book, he said, Well, tough knew a little bit. They wanted me to come out and screen people are dying with. I know. No way did it just the right way way have to become Trump's comments will be part of Woodward's new book Rage, which is being released next week. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, responding to Mr Trump's comments from Florida area leadership is always going to be about leaders having the courage to speak the truth. Well, it's been nearly two decades since the September 11th attacks and some fear the memory is fading. WCBS is Sean Adams on a date, typically filled with hugs and tears. This year, masks and distance Corona virus has kept retired New York City firefighter Lee Ielpi from coming home to New York to honor and remember his firefighter, son Jonathan. I LV. 19 years later, Ielpi fears memories are fading. How can you go to a school and students were about 9 11, and the comeback is many times what is not. Two ceremonies will be held this morning in the city, one of the 9 11 Memorial Museum and another held by the Stephen Stiller Tunnel to Towers Foundation for police officers have been fired after an investigation determined they did not use reasonable force when they fired 21 shots at a man who had been experiencing a mental health crisis, killing him back in April. Body camera footage showed 27 year old Nicholas Chavez kneeling on the ground. And grabbing a stun gun when he was shot. Well, it's the first touchdown of the NFL's 101st season.

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4 Houston police officers fired after fatal shooting

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00:37 sec | 3 months ago

4 Houston police officers fired after fatal shooting

"Houston police officers have been fired. They were involved in the fatal shooting of a man who had a history of mental illness and appeared to have been on his knees before he was killed. Police Chief Art Acevedo says the video showing officer's opening fire on 27 year old Nicholas Chavez, who had reportedly armed himself with a Taser tells a story. I don't need you police officers did. They wanted to bring them back so they could do it again to somebody else. I don't think so. Video speaks for itself. The shooting on April 21st followed a 15 minute confrontation with officers. They were responding to a call about a possibly suicidal man who is running in and out of traffic.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He perpetrated when he stood up and said, This will be gone by Easter that it's going to disappear as if a miracle almost says some state leaders followed trumps lead by downplaying the threat. Trump says he minimized the deadly nature of the virus to avoid causing panic. Brian Man NPR news The union representing Houston Police is denouncing the firings of four officers involved in a fatal shooting. Last April. A bystander video shows 27 year old Nicholas Chavez, pacing in the dark while being pelted with beanbags Tasered and then shot from a distance as he picks up a Taser dropped by an officer. 24 bullets were fired at Chavez during the confrontation. The officers were responding to a call about the well being of a man with a history of mental health issues. This is NPR news. I knew before from the World Wildlife Fund finds the world has lost more than two thirds of its animal bird fish, an amphibian populations in just the last 50 years. NPR's Nathan wrote reports that human activity is the primary cause. The decline is staggering. Wildlife populations plummeted 68% worldwide from 1972 2016, according to the World Wildlife Fund's bi annual report on the planet. And we humans have to shoulder the blame. Deforestation is the leading driver of population lost, the report says, mainly in the tropics. Climate change is a growing concern, and both problems are worsening. Report joins a long list of scientific studies and international reports warning that we are in the middle of an extinction crisis. The latest study, like many before, also says that the decline of the natural world is a threat to human life and that actions are needed fast. Nathan Rot NPR news. British actress Diana Rigg has died at the age of 80 to bring appeared in more than six dozen shows during a stage television and movie career dating back to the early 19 sixties. She had prominent roles and the Avengers and bond movies as well as Thie, HBO series game of Thrones. Wall Street stocks fell to extend losses for the week. The Dow Jones industrial average Temple 405 points, the NASDAQ lost 221 and the S and P 500.

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4 Houston police officers fired after fatal shooting

1A

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

4 Houston police officers fired after fatal shooting

"Representing Houston Police is denouncing the firings of four officers involved in a fatal shooting. Last April. A bystander video shows 27 year old Nicholas Chavez, pacing in the dark while being pelted with beanbags Tasered and then shot from a distance as he picks up a Taser dropped by an officer. 24 bullets were fired at Chavez during the confrontation. The officers were responding to a call about the well being of a man with a history of mental health issues. This is NPR news.

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Mayor Turner's emotional speech on Houston PD's decision to fire four officers over fatal shooting

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Mayor Turner's emotional speech on Houston PD's decision to fire four officers over fatal shooting

"Ancient city Mayor Sylvester Turner, standing by his police chief's decision to fire four officers who shot and killed a suicidal man back in April. Body Cam Video shows the officers using nonlethal force for 15 minutes before 27 year old Nicholas Chavez got ahold of a Taser and pointed it at them. The mayor says this, the four officers fired more than 20 times at a wounded man. Every person in our city has value and his employees whether they are or whether they are vulnerable, whether they're in substance of these crisis are facing mildew. Health issues, everyone every life. Is important. The officers are appealing their terminations used to Police Officers Association has called the firings unjustified.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on AP News

"Maguire, president. Trump says there's been a drop in the number of Corona virus cases were hopefully beyond our spike will see, but we're doing very well all over a country. Trump and speaking with reporters, was also critical of his opponent as we continue to follow the science based approach to Protect our people and vanquish the virus. Joe Biden continues to use the pandemic. For political game. The president went before the reporters after the release of audio and transcripts from a book by Bob Woodward. This is deadly stuff in March, Trump spoke about downplaying the pandemic has a way to avoid panic. Michigan governor, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer says the biggest threat she sees to the people is the president, whom she labels Mohr than reckless. But it's a whole nother thing to be. Reckless or ignorant. To be deceptive and have American lives lost because of it. They knew. They didn't tell us, California has seen wild fires burn across more than 4800 Square miles this year. 29 Major fires continuing to burn the Pacific Northwest has also seen unprecedented wildfires. Oregon Governor Kate Brown says wild fires have burned across 900,000 acres in just the last several days, just horrific firestorm of dry weather, hot wind and drought conditions. This will not be a one time event. Unfortunately, it is the bellwether of the future were feeling the acute impacts of climate change. Thousands of homes and other buildings have burned in California, Oregon and Washington state at least two towns. Phoenix, Oregon in Maldon Washington had been heavily damaged, if not destroyed. A three judge federal court panel in New York blocks President Trump's order to the Commerce Department. To exclude people in the country illegally. When the Census Bureau calculates how many congressional seats each state gets. This is AP News. Four Houston police officers have been fired. They were involved in the fatal shooting of a man who had a history of mental illness and appeared to have been on his knees before he was killed. Police chief Art Azevedo says the video showing officer's opening fire on 27 year old Nicholas Chavez, who would reportedly armed himself with a Taser tells the story. I don't need the police officer that they wanted to bring them back so they could do it again to somebody else. I don't think so. The video speaks for itself. The shooting on April 21st followed a 15 minute confrontation with police officers were responding to a call about a possibly suicidal man who was running in and out of traffic. Chavez family has said he had a history of mental illness Less than a week after celebrating the birth of a critically endangered gorilla. The Audubon Zoo in New Orleans is mourning its death. The baby Western lowland gorilla born Friday died yesterday. Cause remains undetermined. I'm to McGuire AP News. The Islanders have relied on balanced scoring this season, with no one averaging close to appoint a game hitting into the playoffs. But that balance suddenly includes Matt Martin, who has scored at least once in each of the team's playoff series. Martin has five goals in the postseason after dating just five and 55 regular season games this season. Also consider that he scored just once in 32 playoff games heading into this tournament, But Cal Clutterbuck says it's nice to see his lie make it credit for his game. He's not known to score goals, obviously, but he's a is more talented than people think. I think he's getting to the interior is getting further. Not you look where he scores goals. Martin is accounted for 33% of the Islanders goals in two games against the Lightning. Problem is, the Islanders have scored just three times and need to solve Andrei Vasilevskiy in a hurry. I'm Dave Ferrie. Sometimes a team finds a player and sometimes the player finds a team. The latter seems to be the case for lightning forward Barclay Boudreau, who was traded by San Jose at the deadline after the Sharks bottomed out Who's Extremely excited. Teo be able to join such a such an elite team with tons of skills, Good organization, So it was. It was a pretty shocking day, but it couldn't have been happier toe come this come to this team, Boudreau has made a nice impact with Tampa Bay. He's a plus eight in the postseason and has appeared in each of the Lightning's 12 playoff games. Furnishing a goal in three assists. Boudreau also provides a physical presence for a skilled lightning team. But he's also kept up with the playmakers while helping Tampa Bay take it to nothing lead against the Islanders. I'm Dave Ferrie Corona virus. Update on to McGuire with an AP News MINUTE The number of layoffs during the pandemic remain. Hye. AP is Mike Ross. CIA has the numbers. The Labor Department reports, The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits last week was unchanged at 884,000. The latest figures mean layoffs are stuck at his store. Oakley high levels six months after the Corona virus pandemic brought the U. S economy to a jolting halt. The government also reports 13.4 million people continued to receive traditional jobless benefits. That figure is up from 13.3 million reported last week. Most analysts say the economy is unlikely to muster a sustained recovery until the Corona virus vaccine is widely available. Mike Grassi, a Washington Senate Democrats blocked the scale back GOP Corona virus relief package. And FEMA says the temporary $300 a week unemployment boost implemented by President Trump will end after this week with no extension in sight. I'm to McGuire Ryan Pearson says. The flames arrived very quickly. We didn't.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on AP News

"Trump says there's been a drop in the number of Corona virus cases were hopefully beyond our spike will see, but we're doing very well all over a country. Trump and speaking with reporters, was also critical of his opponent as we continue to follow the science based approach to Protect our people and vanquish the virus. Joe Biden continues to use the pandemic. For political game. The president went before the reporters after the release of audio and transcripts from a book by Bob Woodward. This is deadly stuff in March, Trump spoke about downplaying the pandemic has a way to avoid panic. Michigan governor, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer says the biggest threat she sees to the people is the president, whom she labels Mohr than reckless. But it's a whole nother thing to be. Reckless or ignorant. To be deceptive and have American lives lost because of it. They knew. They didn't tell us, California has seen wild fires burn across more than 4800 Square miles this year. 29 Major fires continuing to burn the Pacific Northwest has also seen unprecedented wildfires. Oregon Governor Kate Brown says wild fires have burned across 900,000 acres in just the last several days, just horrific firestorm of dry weather, hot wind and drought conditions. This will not be a one time event. Unfortunately, it is the bellwether of the future. We're feeling the acute impacts of climate change. Thousands of homes and other buildings have burned in California, Oregon and Washington state at least two towns PHOENIX, Oregon involved in Washington have been heavily damaged, if not destroyed. A three judge Federal court panel in New York blocks President Trump's order to the Commerce Department to exclude people in the country illegally when the Census Bureau calculates How many congressional seats each state gets. This is AP News. Four Houston police officers have been fired. They were involved in the fatal shooting of a man who had a history of mental illness and appeared to have been on his knees before he was killed. Police chief Art Azevedo says the video showing officer's opening fire on 27 year old Nicholas Chavez, who would reportedly armed himself with a Taser tells the story. I don't need the police officer that they wanted to bring them back so they could do it again to somebody else. I don't think so. The video speaks for itself. The shooting on April 21st followed a 15 minute confrontation with police officers were responding to a call about a possibly suicidal man who was running in and out of traffic. Chavez family has said he had a history of mental illness Less than a week after celebrating the birth of a critically endangered gorilla. The Audubon Zoo in New Orleans is mourning its death. The baby Western lowland gorilla born Friday died yesterday. Cause remains undetermined. I'm to McGuire AP News. The Islanders have relied on balanced scoring this season, with no one averaging close to appoint a game hitting into the playoffs. But that balance suddenly includes Matt Martin, who has scored at least once in each of the team's playoff series. Martin has five goals in the postseason after dating just five and 55 regular season games this season. Also consider that he scored just once in 32 playoff games heading into this tournament, But Cal Clutterbuck says it's nice to see his lie make it credit for his game. He's not known to score goals, obviously, but he's a is more talented than people think. I think he's got into the interior is getting further. Not you look where he scores goals. Martin is accounted for 33% of the Islanders goals in two games against the Lightning. Problem is, the Islanders have scored just three times and need to solve Andrei Vasilevskiy in a hurry. I'm Dave Ferrie. Sometimes a team finds a player and sometimes the player finds a team. The latter seems to be the case for lightning forward Barclay Boudreau. Who was traded by San Jose at the deadline after the Sharks bottomed out who's extremely excited, Teo be able to join such a such an elite team with tons of skills you could organization so it was. It was a pretty shocking day, but it could have been happier. Tio come this come to this team. Boudreau has made a nice impact with Tampa Bay. He's a plus eight in the postseason and has appeared in each of the Lightning's 12 playoff games, Furnishing a goal in three assists. Boudreau also provides a physical presence for a skilled lightning team. But he's also kept up with the playmakers while helping Tampa Bay take it to nothing lead against the Islanders. I'm Dave Ferrie Corona virus update. I'm to McGuire with an AP News minute The number of layoffs during the pandemic remain. Hye. AP is Mike Ross, CIA. Has the numbers. The Labor Department reports. The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits last week was unchanged at 884,000. The latest figures mean layoffs are stuck at historically high levels. Six months after the Corona virus pandemic brought the U. S economy to a jolting halt. The government also reports 13.4 million people continued to receive traditional jobless benefits. That figure is up from 13.3 million reported last week. Most analysts say the economy is unlikely to muster a sustained recovery until the Corona virus vaccine is widely available. Mike Grassi, a Washington Senate Democrats blocked the scale back GOP Corona virus relief package and FEMA says the temporary $300 a week unemployment boost implemented by President Trump will end after this week. With no extension in sight. I'm to McGuire Ryan Pearson says the flames arrived very quickly. We didn't have time.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KTRH

"We speak here today, trying to ask the city of Austin to provide more funding for their law enforcement. The city of Austin has devoted a half a million dollars to lobby the Legislature, so the Legislature will not support the calls that we're supporting today. That's irresponsible. That is kind of spinning is exactly what taxpayers are frustrated about. The governor is pushing legislation that would freeze property tax revenues for any city or county that chooses to defund its police. Police chief Art Houston police chief Art Acevedo believes four officers were not justified in shooting a suspect over 20 Times. Also, Vedo says the officers should not have shot Nicholas Chavez in April because he was laying on the ground and not a threat. We don't get to judge an incident and say, Hey, you did a great job for the first two thirds of that event. Three quarters. You did great, but that last quarter you've got wrong. We have to judge every part of this incident and You cannot justify the 21 rounds of Nicholas Chavez was high on drugs at the time. The officers ended up being fired but are appealing their terminations. Houston Police Officers Association has called the firings unjustified. It's news time 10 03 hope is fading for help to helping those struggling amid the pandemic. Republican senators are reacting hours after the GOP's relief bill failed to pass the Senate. Florida's Marco Rubio tweeted. He doesn't think another bill will happen before the election. Democrats voted against the bill today, saying it doesn't go far enough. President Trump says the car plants he brought to Michigan is why the state should vote for him. He was in the battleground state today is part of a campaign stop. The president also took a shot at Governor Gretchen Witt mayor. He told the crowd. They need to convince the governor to open up the state and get the economy going again. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was going overseas to talk about peace, the president told reporters. Pompeo's cutter trip is in relation to intra Afghan talks. Trump also touted the diminishing US presence in countries like Iraq, Syria in Afghanistan. Trump added that peace could come to the Middle East. He claimed it wouldn't take Iran too long to sign a new peace deal if Trump is re elected. Wildfires continue to be a huge problem on the West Coast. Here's Jessica Rosenthal. Oregon's governor, Kate Brown says they've never seen fires like this in their state. Several smaller towns have seen extensive damage as dry, hot and windy weather fueled the flames This week. We are now approaching over 900,000 acres burned across the state. Put that number into perspective. In the last 10 years, we see an average of 500,000 acres burn in an entire year. Washington's governor Jay Inslee, spoke Thursday from the town of Maldon, south of Spokane, most of which was destroyed this week by fire, saying they plan to ask for federal help. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News News Time to know for Tough day for Houston sports fans Astros lost to the Oakland Athletics 3 to 1. The Rockets lost to the Lakers and the Texans air down right now to the Kansas City Chiefs. More news on demand it Katie are each dot com I'm Wyatt Goolsbee on Houston's.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on AP News

"Million I'm to McGuire AP News Blood Clots have been determined to be a life threatening problem in Corona virus patients, damaging the heart, kidneys, lungs and blood vessels. The director of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, says hospitals are trying blood thinners to prevent that damage but don't know yet which drugs or doses would be the best AP News. I'm Tim Maguire. President, Trump says there's been a drop in the number of Corona virus cases were hopefully beyond our spike will see, but we're doing very well all over a country. Trump and speaking with reporters, was also critical of his opponent as we continue to follow the science based approach to Protect our people and vanquish the virus. Joe Biden continues to use the pandemic. For political game. The president went before the reporters after the release of audio and transcripts from a book by Bob Woodward. This is deadly stuff in March, Trump spoke about downplaying the pandemic has a way to avoid panic. Michigan governor, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer says the biggest threat she sees to the people is the president, whom she labels Mohr than reckless. But it's a whole nother thing to be. Reckless or ignorant. To be deceptive and have American lives lost because of it. They knew. They didn't tell us, California has seen wild fires burn across more than 4800 Square miles this year. 29 Major fires continuing to burn the Pacific Northwest has also seen unprecedented wildfires. Oregon Governor Kate Brown says wild fires have burned across 900,000 acres in just the last several days, just horrific firestorm of dry weather, hot wind and drought conditions. This will not be a one time event. Unfortunately, it is the bellwether of the future. We're feeling the acute impacts of climate change. Thousands of homes and other buildings have burned in California, Oregon and Washington state at least two towns PHOENIX, Oregon involved in Washington have been heavily damaged, if not destroyed. A three judge Federal court panel in New York blocks President Trump's order to the Commerce Department to exclude people in the country illegally when the Census Bureau calculates How many congressional seats each state gets. This is AP News. Four Houston police officers have been fired. They were involved in the fatal shooting of a man who had a history of mental illness and appeared to have been on his knees before he was killed. Police chief Art Azevedo says the video showing officer's opening fire on 27 year old Nicholas Chavez, who would reportedly armed himself with a Taser tells the story. I don't need a police officer that they wanted to bring them back so they could do it again to somebody else. I don't think so. The video speaks for itself. The shooting on April 21st followed a 15 minute confrontation with police officers were responding to a call about a possibly suicidal man who was running in and out of traffic. Chavez family has said he had a history of mental illness Less than a week after celebrating the birth of a critically endangered gorilla. The Audubon.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. At the Pentagon. A ceremony will be conducted without victims, families in attendance due to the pandemic. Highly Scylla. Sarah, this is Tom. Now I got you away I local news. A shelter in place order has been issued for a one mile radius of a fire in a chemical plant in Wahlberg and Williamson County, north of Austin. The facility fabricates plastics, Houston police chief artist Vedo believes officers were not justified in shooting a suspect over 20 Times, saying the officers should not have shot Nicholas Chavez in April because he was laying on the ground and not a threat. At the chief's. His officers mostly followed their training and trying to come Chavez down until the very end, and the officers ended up being fired but are appealing their terminations. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hagar is sending out $765 million in sales tax revenues to municipalities, saying the cash is based on sales made in July and over 4% less in this time last year. He blames the corona virus pandemic for the reduced distribution cities will get the most money with 495 million. I'm carry locking from the W away I traffic center Good evening. Emergency crews have cleared out that crash 10 east found near the north you for 10 always are reopening. Expect heavy unwinding delays getting through the area. Looking at travel times on to anyone no more than a five minute drive from bass. He rode the 35 to 1 split. Looking up over on the far East side of I 10 6 minute drive between the East and for 10 and east of 16.

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4 Houston police officers involved in fatal shooting are fired

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

4 Houston police officers involved in fatal shooting are fired

"For Houston police officers fired for their role in the April death of a man experiencing a mental health crisis. Chief Art Answer, Vato says Body Cam video shows Nicholas Chavez was wounded and on his knees And the officer shot him. 21 time this charge of those 21 shots. But for those four members The Houston Police Department are not objectively reasonable. The city's police union, says Chavez that also grabbed a stun gun and was pointing it at the

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"My man. Sorry, honey, but trumps my man and he's going to get her done. CBS NEWS BRIEF. I'm Steve Cave in breaking news Now. News Radio 10 80 K R L D coming in out of Houston, where four police officers have been fired. It's in connection with the fatal officer involved shooting. Of Nicholas Chavez. Police said they believed Chavez had pointed an object and charged officers. A cell phone video appeared to show Chavez on his knees when he was shot by officers used in police Chief Art Azevedo has said Bodycam videos would be released once the investigation is complete. A member of the Houston police Officers Union is furious over the firings. They used every nonlethal option available multiple being bag shotgun rounds until they ran out. They used multiple tasters, all while giving verbal commands to Mr Chavez that to give up peacefully that he did not adhere to some of China's. His family members have said he was suffering a mental health crisis when he was shot by the officers. Houston police chief Acevedo was joined earlier this month by Chavez's widow, who said she understood why Azevedo is reluctant to release the videos. The case is being investigated by a number of agencies, including Lee Harris County district attorney's office. But again for Houston police officers have now been fired for worth police air, trying to find the person who started shooting at a car along highway 1 83 and killed another driver this morning. They were called to the shooting near the I 21 83 split in Southwest Fort Worth about 2 30 this morning. Officer Brad Perez says someone started following another car, then fired several shots into the car. It killed the female driver and injured another man. Inside. Police shut down 1 83 for almost seven hours to investigate, Perez said. There wouldn't have been much traffic when the shooting happened. That could work in our favor against our favor. There would be less traffic at the time. But then again, it may be easier for someone to observe something occur. Police want to hear from anyone who might have seen something strange on I 20 or 1 83 around 2 30. This morning. They have not made any arrests are identified suspects so far. Ah, big move for Covad 19 Testing Tom Thumb and Albertsons pharmacies across North Texas are now offering do it yourself kids. You can request one of the take home saliva test online, then pick it up later. Officials with Albertson say results are typically sent via email or text within 72 hours. Dr Ben Newman with Texas A and M Texarkana says the take home tests are a big step. This is a way of getting more testing out there. That doesn't necessarily put a giant burden on State or national governments to deliver, He says the test should be accurate. He's hoping more can become available soon. Payment for the test will be out of pocket coming up on K rld your traffic and weather together on the AIDS, then thie other side of the news. The days are getting shorter, and you can feel it in the air. Yes, it's that time of year. Pumpkin is finally back A Duncan. It's the cozy You've been craving all summer long now in your cuppa Duncan pick up all of your pumpkin favorites like the signature Pumpkin Spice latte. Pumpkin ice coffee.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KTRH

"By tomorrow. Today it's a 60% chance of thunderstorms. Upper eighties fellow nineties tomorrow and Saturday, only a 20% chance of a thundershower. Load a mid nineties for highs Friday and Saturday. My meteorologist Terry Smith, from the Weather Channel. Thank you so much, Terri. We've been keeping an eye on the radar this morning. Seeing where the rain is, and it pretty much has dissipated. Nobody really getting any showers right now. There is more rain that is out in the gulf, So we'll have to keep an eye on that. And see if it moves inward. We'll let you know It's 86. Now on Galveston guarantees temperatures Amazing Spring You have 74 right now in Katie, you're in 69. Is 76 at the K T R H Top tax defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center Teno one. Our top story starts right now. Trading lower. Wow, What a story. This is the Dow is down right now, 114 points. That is a complete reversal. That was up just Ah, I don't know, maybe half an hour ago jobless claims coming in higher than predicted bank rates, Mark Hamrick said Texas saw increases in that state of Texas alone. We also saw increasing claims about now. 8,666,000 several other key states, including California Sol games, a tundra Nate for first time claims were filed. The expected number was going to be about 8 50 or so I got on the phone. I'll talk to Katie are each money man, Pat Shin, asking him and at the time that we spoke, the Dow is up. Stocks are trading higher, following games and markets overseas. The biggest games or From what I'll call the venture out stocks, cruise ships, casinos and concert promoters all trading higher, So I wanted to give you that piece of information. But right now the Dow is down 72 points S and P is down eight. NASDAQ still has a little green. That's up for points right now, But we will be keeping an eye on that American airlines as if Congress does not approve another stimulus package. They're going to start to furlough 19,000 employees. HPD is releasing police body Cam video today of the officer involved shooting and Nicholas Chavez, who was shot and killed April 21st in Trump Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's announcing extended early voting hours for October. We're expanding body center hours during the last week of early voting to offer three days where every location Would be what we're made open and so 10 PM In addition to that seven locations.

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"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"nicholas chavez" Discussed on KTRH

"Rights violations really probably don't need this to say that's all you pay Minneapolis our nation really the world has witnessed this incredibly and disturbing loss of life she said president trump and Attorney General William Barr are closely following the case Houston native George Floyd died after a police officer Neil on his neck for several minutes during an arrest this week that was all captured on video his death sparked violent protests in Minneapolis to Brenda riots in some cities across the nation Houston police chief art Acevedo says he's giving the F. B. I. what they need for investigation into an officer involved shooting that happened here back on April twenty first I have to call them myself and met with them so they can they've been given everything on the T. dash four and I made the call to the sock here locally sac is an abbreviation for special agent in charge a bystander took videos dealing twenty one year old Nicholas Chavez was tasered shot it with bean bags ultimately shot and killed by HPD officers hospital says an internal department review will be completed within the next two weeks could it be fans back in the stands governor Greg Abbott has revised his order allowing pro sports to return in Texas starting June first to now say that fans can be allowed at outdoor venues but only up to twenty five percent capacity under the new order leaves a lot to apply with the state department of health services before they can have fans back K. T. R. H. news time six oh three time to check your money here's Max gains at STA wealth management president trump announced a press conference on China to be held tomorrow the market set of games were reversed and the Dow closed at twenty five thousand four hundred dropping a hundred and forty seven points yes and he lost six points closing at three thousand twenty nine the nasdaq with a loss of forty three points closed at nine thousand three sixty eight at market close gold was at one thousand seven thirty thirty an ounce up three dollars and fifty cents West Texas intermediate crude.

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