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"After this summary of the day's news. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Speer. House impeachment managers concluded their arguments today in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. NPR's Alana Wise reports on what arguments Democrats laid out and how Trump's lawyers will likely respond. After House Democrats wrap their two days, arguing that Trump inside of the deadly violence at the Capitol last month late impeachment manager Jamie Raskin urged lawmakers to consider the pattern of violence that he says punctuated Trump's term. Let's not get caught up in a lot of Outlandish. Lawyers theories here. Exercise your common sense. Account what just took place in our country. The Senate is adjourned until noon on Friday, when Trump's lawyers will make his defense, his attorneys argued. Trump's words are protected under the First Amendment. One lawyer has indicated they do not plan an extended argument for Trump's innocents. A lot of wise NPR NEWS Washington President Biden announced today is administration has secured another 200 million doses of the Corona virus vaccine. Fine says the U. S. Is on track to have 300 million vaccine doses by the end of July. Meanwhile, the administration is preparing to release guidelines about safely re opening the nation's schools. Los Angeles health officials facing a shortfall of covert 19 vaccines will temporarily close five city run inoculation sites starting tomorrow, including a large cited Dodger Stadium. Member station KPCC in Los Angeles Carlo how the air has more L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti says the city received about 16,000 new doses of the Madonna vaccine to distribute this week. That's just a few 1000 more than the city had been distributing in a single day. The mayor says vaccine delivery has been unpredictable, with 90,000 more doses arriving last week and about 30,000 more doses arriving the week before that, But with a new vaccine delivery on the way he hopes the sites could reopen next Tuesday or Wednesday. California and FEMA plan to open another large vaccination site at Cal State L a next week to help get more shots. Two Angelinos living in communities hit hardest by covert 19. For NPR news. I'm Carla Javier here in Los Angeles. New research is suggesting one way to prevent police violence against people of color would be to hire more minorities and women to be members of police departments. Study looked at almost three million Chicago Police Department patrol shifts from 2012 to 2015 research found the compared to white officers on the same assignments in the same neighborhoods. Female, Hispanic and black officers were less likely to stop arresting use force against civilians. Local activist said they're not surprised would like to see more research on other areas like the use of body cameras. Dogs waver between small losses and gains today, The Dow ended the session down seven points that 4 31,030. The NASDAQ was up 53 points. The S and P 500 closed up six points. This is NPR man at 604 on a Thursday, February 11th assist KCRW I'm Larry Pepperell. Students at a private school in North Hollywood might be headed back to the classroom soon. That's because teachers at the Westley school Able to get their first dose of Corona virus vaccine thanks to a county program for essential workers and educators. Educators, however, not everyone is celebrating on. It is a story that critics say illustrates both the confusion surrounding the vaccine rollout and inequities in who is getting the shots. L U S T. Parent, Jenna Schwartz, told KCBS that it's not fair that private school teachers received the vaccine before public school educators. Those vaccines could have gone to teachers living in our hardest hit areas. They could have gone to the buildings and grounds workers that are currently on site. They could have gone to the staff of the procurement sites that are handing out the food every day. The Wesley School says the opportunity to get staff vaccinated came after the L U. S. T turned down 100 doses from Northridge Hospital Medical Center. The district says they are asking for clarification as to whether they could be administered to all staff or just to those over 65. County says the hospital may have mistakenly administered the vaccines. The NFL this week released its official logo for Super Bowl 2022. The game will be played in Inglewood. Local leaders and league are building next year's game as a return to normal. A lot of question marks remain about the changing landscape in Inglewood Kcrw's Benjamin Gottlieb explains the Super Bowl coming back to L. A is a historic moment. This time next year, Football fans will turn into the biggest game of the season at so Fi stadium that new $5 billion home of the L, A Rams and Chargers. Inglewood Mayor James Butts calls the big game a quote tremendous opportunity for economic activity to return to communities and industries hardest hit by Covad 19. But the planning around Super Bowl 56 comes at a time of continued gentrification in Inglewood. Housing prices, for example, continued to soar. Meanwhile, small businesses, especially restaurants are looking to see whether the nearby stadium helps them recover from the pandemic or fails to boost their bottom line. And the Super Bowl logo by the ways and understated gray swoop with a short motto Champions Shine here. Support for NPR comes from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, supporting those working towards a day when no one has to choose between paying rent, putting food on the table and.
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"Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Laxmi saying the impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump resumes soon, a senior aide tells NPR the Democratic House managers today. Plan to present more evidence of harm and damage from the January 6 insurrection at the U. S capital that they say can be tied directly to Trump's baseless claims of election fraud. But as NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, several Senate Republicans who opposed the trial from the start say nothing so far has changed their minds. Republican Senator Ted Cruz says While the impeachment managers made a powerful and emotional presentation, he doesn't believe they directly connected trump to the deadly insurrection. House impeachment managers presented never before seen video footage on Wednesday that showed Vice President Mike Pence being rushed away from the mob. They also showed a video posted on social media by writers declaring their intention to kill pence. At the time. Trump was tweeting to his followers that Pence had failed to stand up for him. NPR's Windsor Johnson reporting ahead of today's trial, a bipartisan group of senators Met with President Biden to talk infrastructure. His phone call last night with Chinese leader Xi Jin Ping came up more from NPR's Don Ruy Itch. The White House said Biden raised a range of concerns, including Beijing's unfair economic practices. It's crackdowns in Hong Kong and Xinjiang and assertiveness toward Taiwan. Chinese state TV, meanwhile, said she played up the need for cooperation John Rule, which rewarding The Dow is down for this Is NPR news from KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. With this local news update. Students at one private school in L. A may be headed back to the classroom soon. That's because teachers they're just received the Corona virus vaccine. Westlake School in North Hollywood says the teachers were able to get their first dose thanks to a county program for essential workers and educators. But not everyone's celebrating. Teachers under 65 aren't eligible for the vaccine. Yet in L. A county and health officials say the doses may have been administered by mistake. It's a story that critics say illustrates both the confusion surrounding the vaccine roll up and inequities and who's getting shots? L A USD parent, Jenna Schwartz told KCBS. It's not fair that private school teachers receive the vaccine before public school educators those vaccines could have gone. Two teachers living in our hardest hit areas. They could have gone to the buildings and grounds workers that are currently on site. They could have gone to the staff of the procurement sites that are handing out the food every day. The Wesley School says the opportunity to get staff vaccinated came after the L. A. USD turned down 100 doses from Northridge Hospital Medical Center, but the district says it never actually rejected the vaccines. It says it was asking for clarification. As to whether they could be administered to all staff are just too those over 65. The county says the hospital may have mistakenly administered the dose is Meanwhile, some counties in California started vaccinating farm workers for covert 19. But in other places, advocates say they're hitting walls. State officials recently said that the limited supply of doses should be given to people over 65, along with emergency service workers, educators in food and farm workers. After Walter Newman is a position in Northern California. He's been administering flu vaccines and farm fields for two decades. But he says mobile teams like his can't get cove in 19 vaccines to give out Counties have to follow the state guidelines. And way down at the bottom on nobody's radar. Uh, the farm workers, particularly his fan and farm workers. A new study from UC San Francisco finds mortality rates among Latin ex food and agricultural workers have jumped almost 60%. During the pandemic. And a former California assembly member from San Bernadino has been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison for ripping off hundreds of thousands of dollars that were supposed to be invested in coffee shops. Terrence Kagen was sentenced for money laundering under plea deal with the judge, rejecting defense arguments that the 79 year old was too old to go to prison..
Artist paints over LeBron James mural after more vandalism
"Both of them take into northridge hospital medical center where the twelve year old girl died her four year old sister survived she remains hospitalized tonight in critical but stable condition on so sorry for the people i'm so sorry for the kids rick hawthorne owner of valley view walters trains riders like fourteen year old ella roth teaching them how to get off a horse if it gets spooked our trained if for spooks jump off in a role push down on the handle she trains on the nation's number one vaulting horse and she says she's never had any scary moments on it and tonight we still don't know what happened to this family horse but lapd is calling the death accidental the corner will conduct an autopsy in the next couple of days reporting live i'm january motel nbc four news thank you jane it's been vandalized once again we're talking about a mural that celebrates lebron james comey to los angeles and the la lakers it's been spray painted over not once but twice in just one week this time it looks like the damage is pretty much permanent the mural went up last week outside baby blues barbecue adventist sunday available was seen on tape painting a yellow slash over lebron's face the artist quickly repaired it but then early this morning it was back again so the artists came back and paint over the entire wall the griffith observatory will be closed until saturday now after yesterday's brush fire that burned twenty five acres crews are still up there cleaning up and making sure the area is safe now the observatory grounds the rose lots trails and immediate areas around the greek theater will also be closed la fire department even flew drones overhead to find an extinguish hot spots we've got some very unstable air this evening and this video just in from our crew driving along the angeles crashed highway raindrops collecting on the windshield meteorologist anthony honest is here now with your first alert radar network forecast more on the thunderstorms anthony and check it's been a really busy day today with our first alert radar network see all.