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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:59 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"And they willing to to cooperate and I think that What you want to demonstrate leadership is partnership. The leaders talked about the challenges of the pandemic and climate change. Biden brought up support for NATO. So far, the G seven leaders have agreed to donate vaccines to poorer countries and also help with big infrastructure projects to counter China's belt and road initiative. Franco Ordonez. NPR NEWS, CORNWALL, England. Israel's parliament is expected to narrowly approve and swear in a new and broad coalition government tomorrow. NPR's Deborah Amos reports flashpoints are already mounting. The new coalition had one goal to oust the longstanding prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. They agree on little else. But compromise is the only path to survival. The first test comes on Monday a demolition order for a controversial and illegal Israeli settlement, a flashpoint after Israeli soldiers killed a Palestinian teenager at a protest in a nearby village. Then Tuesday, a nationalist march through Muslim neighbourhoods in Jerusalem's Old city. Twice postponed because of the likely spark of violence. The vote on Sunday would put the coalition in power. The coming test would give Israelis a better grasp of its longevity. Deborah Amos. NPR NEWS Jerusalem One year ago. Today, a black man was shot by police in the parking lot of a Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta. Johnny Kauffman of member station WSB reports. Activists are planning to protest this hour to mark the death of Rayshard Brooks. Activists plan to gather at the site of the Wendy's, where Rayshard Brooks was shot by officer Garrett Rolfe. The Wendy's was later burned and the site in Atlanta has been vacant for months. Brooks was 27 years old when officers found him asleep in his car at the fast food restaurants drive through footage of the incident shows Brooks scuffle with the officers. He grabs the Taser and fires it at them while running away. Wolf then shot and hit Brooks in the back. The Atlanta police officer has been charged with murder, but his trial has yet to begin following a drawn out dispute over who should prosecute the case. A judge ruled last week that the Georgia attorney general must appoint a new prosecutor and a hearing has been scheduled for next week. For NPR News. I'm Johnny Kauffman in Atlanta. This is NPR. In Boston. Hundreds are attending a vigil honoring black and brown trans women who often face discrimination and violence. Phillip Martin of member Station GBH says the event is also intended as a rebuke to Boston's most prominent gay pride organization. The vigil is separate from the annual Boston Pride Celebration and purposely so Black trans activists say pride organizers have failed to acknowledge the trauma felt in communities of color. Chastity, both quick with the local transgender Emergency fund says this is a national crisis were still failing to many trans women of color.

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"When I'm looking at right now is extinction Rebellion. You have a drum corps here with hundreds and probably several 1000 people marching through the streets. Extinction. Rebellion is a climate change Action group, and a moment ago, people were carrying a 12 ft diameter replica of the Earth below us. You can hear just Wow, a a jazz trio, which is providing the soundtrack of this and if you go down to the docks Right now, there are a lot of people who are protesting. The military coup in Myanmar and asking for G seven support for a unity government there. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS FALMOUTH Cornwall A year ago today, a black man was shot by police in the parking lot of Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta. Johnny Kauffman of member station WABE reports activists. Are planning to protest this afternoon to mark the death of Rayshard. Brooks Activists plan to gather at the site of the Wendy's, where Rayshard Brooks was shot by Officer Garrett Rolfe. The Wendy's was later burned on the site in Atlanta has been vacant for months. Brooks was 27 years old when officers found him asleep in his car at the fast food restaurants drive through Footage of the incident shows Brooke scuffled with the officers. He grabs a Taser and fires it at them while running away. Ralph then shot and hit Brooks in the back. The Atlanta police officer has been charged with murder, but his trial has yet to begin following a drawn out dispute over who should prosecute the case. Judge ruled last week that the Georgia attorney general must appoint a new prosecutor and a hearing has been scheduled for next week for NPR news. I'm Johnny Kauffman in Atlanta. This is NPR. Right now. It's 79 degrees under sunny skies at 11 04. Good morning. I'm Marie Language. WBZ News. Chicago's top doctor says the success of keeping Covid 19 at bay as a city reopens depends on people continuing to get vaccinated. Dr. Allison already spoke at a reopening celebration yesterday as officials marked the end to all Covid 19 restrictions on businesses were not done vaccinating, but I'm very confident again that now is the time to move ahead with that reopening, but we've got to keep getting people vaccinated because it won't hold it back forever. Are witty has expressed concern that Covid 19 is concentrating increasingly among unvaccinated Chicagoans, mostly on the south and West sides. Overall, a little more than half of adults are fully vaccinated, but those rates lag in underserved communities. The city is seeing all time low covid metrics with around 79 new cases a day. Chicago Police are searching for two men who opened fire in a group of people in the city South side early this morning, killing one woman and injuring nine people. Chicago police say two men approached the group on a sidewalk in Chatham around two a.m.. Police say the men opened fire striking 10 people. The 29 year old woman who died was struck in her abdomen and knee. Police haven't released any additional details about the suspects. It was a wet win for the Chicago White Sox yesterday against the Detroit Tigers, 5 to 4 in 10 Innings Sox pitcher Liam Hendriks angrily threw a wet ball into foul territory after his first pitch of the ninth.

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:44 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"It's an hour of economics and innovation on planet money and how I built this from NPR. Live from NPR news. I'm jail. Snyder Police in Austin, Texas, are examining surveillance footage and asking the public for information on the shooting overnight in the city's downtown entertainment district. Authorities say a gunman wounded 13 people, two of them critically, before getting away. EU leaders attending the G seven summit are sparring with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. They want Johnson to keep his word on the Brexit deal amid trade tensions over Northern Ireland. The BBC's Rob want some reports that Prime Minister Johnson is calling for pragmatism and compromise. The G seven summit appears to be only heightening tensions between the EU and Britain over post Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland. It's reported President Macron told Boris Johnson. Had to stick by agreements reached with Brussels if he wanted to reset in Anglo French relations. But earlier, Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Raab, blamed the EU for post Brexit trade problems in Northern Ireland, accusing Brussels have being bloody minded and purest over implementing post Brexit arrangements. You trust in Britain is low and the antipathy appears to be mutual. The Biden administration is weighing a bipartisan compromise with Congress. The president's massive infrastructure proposal. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports that a group of Senate Republicans and Democrats reached an agreement on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package this week, but it's still far from a done deal. The lawmakers called the agreement a realistic compromise to modernize the nation's infrastructure and energy technologies. The senators say the plan would be fully paid for and not include tax increases, bypassing President Biden's proposal to raise the corporate tax rate to offset the spending. Bipartisan effort is the most significant development yet in negotiations, but the plan is still facing skepticism from lawmakers on both sides. The deal was announced shortly after talks broke down between the president and the Senate's lead Republican negotiator this week. The White House says it appreciates the work to advance the legislation, but says questions need to be addressed specifically around the details of both policy and pay for us. Windsor Johnston. NPR news Attorney General Merrick Garland is pledging to defend voting rights as the cornerstone of American democracy. There are many things that are opened to debate. In America. But the right of all eligible citizens to vote. Is not one of them. Speaking yesterday, Garland outlined a series of measures the Justice Department is taking in remarks to the department's civil rights division, he said at least 14 states have passed new laws this year that make it harder to vote following former President Donald Trump's false claims about the 2020 election. You're listening to NPR news. It was one year ago today that a black man was shot by police in the parking lot of an Atlanta Wendy's restaurant. Johnny Cartman reports from member Station W. A. B that activists are planning protests to mark the death. Very sharp. Brooks activists plan to gather at the site of the Wendy's, where Rayshard Brooks was shot by officer Garrett Rolfe. The Wendy's was later burned on the site in Atlanta has been vacant for months. Brooks was 27 years old when officers found him asleep in his car at the fast food restaurants drive through footage of the incident shows Brooks scuffle with the officers. He grabs a Taser and fires it at them while running away. Wolf then shot and hit Brooks in the back. The Atlanta police officer has been charged with murder, but his trial has yet to begin. Following a drawn out dispute over who should prosecute the case. A judge ruled last week that the Georgia attorney general must appoint a new prosecutor. A hearing has been scheduled for next week for NPR News. I'm Johnny Kauffman in Atlanta. Orlando, Florida, marking five years since the pulse nightclub shooting 49 people were killed and more than 50. Others were wounded. Remembrance ceremony is set For today. Dozens of survivors family members of those who died and first responders have been invited to the ceremony on the grounds of the club, which Has been turned into a memorial. Massachusetts a commercial lobster divers getting a lot of attention this weekend. 56 year old Michael Packard says he got caught inside a humpback whale's mouth while scuba diving yesterday off Cape Cod. He estimates he was in the whale's mouth for about 30 seconds before the will surfaced and spit him out. He spoke to a local TV station about his ordeal after he was released from a hospital..

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Season box dominated most of the game with the 70 Sixers but barely held on at the end of the game With the Sixers comeback came to the Sixers started off strong and emerged victorious. Only some seats behind the bench is will be blocked off tonight because of Covid 19 precautions. It's six or one Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear, The Justice Department's internal watchdog, is reviewing the department's use of subpoenas during the Trump administration. NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The review follows revelations. Some were used to secretly obtained communications records from members of Congress and journalists. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz is reviewing whether the department complied with policies and procedures. And whether the subpoenas and the investigations they were part of where based on improper considerations. This comes a day after news broke that in 2018, the Justice Department secretly subpoenaed the communication records of at least two Democratic members of the House Intelligence Committee, as well as staff and family as part of a leak investigation. The department also subpoenaed records of journalist from The Washington Post, CNN and The New York Times as the Trump Administration aggressively pursued leaks to the media. Ryan Lucas NPR NEWS Washington Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he had a constructive call with the top Chinese official today. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. The talks hit on some thorny disputes, though especially over the origin of the coronavirus pandemic. Lincoln says that he and China's leading diplomat, young Jake, you are conducting quote practical results oriented diplomacy. They discussed areas where they can work together on combating climate change. In negotiating with North Korea and Iran. Blinken also expressed us concerned about Hong Kong and what he calls the genocide of Muslim workers in China. According to Chinese state run television, Young complained that some Americans are spreading what he called the absurd story that the coronavirus escaped from a Chinese lab. The Biden administration has called on China to be more transparent about the origins of the pandemic. Michele Kelemen NPR news the State Department, McDonald's is the latest company to suffer a data breach. As NPR's David bureau reports information from customers in Taiwan and South Korea was compromised. McDonald's confirms what was first reported in the Wall Street Journal that there was unauthorized activity on its network recently. The company enlisted outside consultants to help investigate what happened and the cyber attack did not affect its business operations. Donald tells NPR. A small number of files were accessed, some of which contained personal data, and the company is working with regulators. This follows high profile hacks of Colonial Pipeline and J B s, one of the world's largest meat processing companies. Both of which were tied to groups in Russia. President Biden is expected to bring up these attacks when he meets with President Putin next week. David Gura NPR NEWS New York McDonald's is a financial supporter of NPR. It looks like a group of United Airlines flight attendants will not be getting furloughed when federal aid meant to protect US airline workers during the coronavirus pandemic expires in October. That's based on information in a staff memo, US Airlines received a total of 54 billion help under the government's payroll support program. On Wall Street. The Dow is up 13 points. You're listening to NPR. From W. ABC News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Barris. Our time now is six or four tomorrow marks one year since police shot and killed a black man in the parking lot of an Atlanta Wendy's. As Johnny Kauffman reports, activists are planning protests to mark the death of Rayshard Brooks. Activists plan to gather at the site of the Wendy's, where Rayshard Brooks was shot by officer Garrett Rolfe. The Wendy's was later burned on the site in Atlanta has been vacant for months. Brooks was 27 years old when officers found him asleep in his car at the fast food restaurants drive through. Footage of the incident shows Brooke scuffle with the officers. He grabs a Taser and fires it at them while running away. Ralph then shot and hit Brooks in the back. The Atlanta police officer has been charged with murder, but his trial has yet to begin following a drawn out dispute over who should prosecute the case. Judge ruled last week that the Georgia attorney general must appoint a new prosecutor and hearing has been scheduled for next week. Johnny Kauffman. W ABC News It's not exactly been the best kept secret, but until last night it wasn't officially official. But at his 52nd birthday celebration, former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed told onlookers And back in the reason that.

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Former President Trump will be making one of his highest profile appearances tonight since leaving the White House. Will address the North Carolina GOP State convention in Greenville. The dinner sold out in 48 hours after it was announced that Mr Trump would be the speaker in Jekyll Island, Georgia. Conservatives are back for day two of the state convention camp governor camps only, declared primary opponent, former state. Rep. Vernon Jones, getting the most raucous reception so far this morning. That's according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Reports. His speech interrupted with several outbursts of applause, though some attendees could be seen rolling their eyes shaking their heads and even a few stray boos. As he spoke, Jones's governor, Kemps again only declared opponent about Republicans. Governor Kemp also set to give a speech today introduced by former U S. Senator David Perdue. There's new information about the colonial pipeline hat, WSB zverotic a waters reports. It was just one compromised account that let the ransomware Attackers inside. Security researchers have learned that the hackers who ransom colonial pipeline system got in through an older VPN that was sitting unused. Virtual private networks let employees log into a company went off site. This VPN did not rely on two factor Authentication, which veteran engineering manager Scott Trask says can confirm the person putting in the user name and password is legit. You send it to your phone either by email text or your phone number. They'll send you a recording. You type in the code that they give you that's randomly generated, And now they know it's you, Trask says Companies can be caught unawares by forgetting to close out unused accounts for Monica Waters. 95.5 WSB third Time's the charm for the Fulton County D. A. And her request to get off the case involving the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks, Bonnie Willis, as it had asked twice to be recused from the murder trial against Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe but had been refused. Well, it's arguing her office can barely handle the case because of actions by her predecessor, Paul Howard. Brooks was shot and killed by Ralph after a scuffle in a downtown Wendy's parking lot, and Walmart will once again close its store on Thanksgiving. The nation's largest retailer says it wants to give workers time off for all their hard work and dedication to the company. Many stores were closed last Thanksgiving because of coronavirus safety concerns. WSB news time. 1 32 Monday on Atlanta's Morning news. We are on top of any breaking developments from news that breaks over the weekend. I'm smiling. Mark McKay, Scots lad is back, and so is Clark Howard.

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Recuse herself from the case of an Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe in the Rayshard Brooks shooting death here last year. She had cited essentially a conflict of interest. Rob's attorney, saying he welcomes the decision and looks forward to the appointing of a special prosecutor to fairly and objectively review The case. Finance ministers from the group of Seven nations are supporting President Biden's overhaul of the global tax system. During a meeting in London today, the ministers agreed to a global minimum tax of at least 15% on corporate earnings. The U. S proposal is intended to discourage companies from shifting their profits to other countries to avoid taxes. Facebook suspending former president Over concerns that his posts inside of the riots Trump calls the ruling and insult. WSB is Robyn Walensky, with details now and why the CDC is urging teens in particular to get vaccinated. Troubling trend, the CDC says 200 teenagers ages 12 to 17 getting the coronavirus and hospitalized for it from January to the end of March. In 14 states, 30% apparently admitted to the ICU almost 5% reportedly needing a ventilator. And with that news, the CDC's continues to encourage parents to vaccinate their kids. In this age group. Just over half of Georgia adults have gotten at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine. But according to the Atlanta based CDC. Georgia is still behind the national average, which stands at 63% D Day commemoration in France on the 77th anniversary of the Allied assault that helped bring an end to World War. Two coronavirus. Travel restrictions, though, have prevented many veterans of families of fallen soldiers from allied countries from making that trip to France and world champion Dodgers beating the Braves last night. The score 9 to 5, the truest park, both teams Have work to do if they want to get back to the postseason. Neither of those teams leading its division both teams play again tonight with your first pitch at 7 15 WSB news time 102. Yeah. Scott's ladies back Monday for Atlanta's morning news. I'm smiling Mark McCain and I'll be back in the WSB sky copter flying over your morning commute Kirk malicious tracking an increased storm chance at the start of the new work week. Started off with us and 95.5 WSB. Mark Spain Real estates guaranteed offers of the strongest cash office in the industry. This is how you bypass the market, No show links, no open house. No stress. Choose when you want to move and closed with confidence. Clients like Mary Say we had an offer in 24 hours they perform. Thank you, Mark Spain.

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of us be slight technical snafu there, and I didn't give it a very good rendition. So let's go to W S speech. Veronica Waters in the newsroom. Now, with this like breaking news about the Colonial pipeline Hack and Ronnie the source of it. Yet one compromised password Chandler, that is all it took to cyber hijack alphabet based colonial pipeline security researchers find the intruders used an older VPN or virtual private network, which lets employees log into their company remotely and which was no longer in use. Veteran engineering manager Scott Trask says it happens. That's a problem with a lot of companies because they fail to realize how many accounts they may have, and within their system that's not being used anymore. And failed to purge those accounts, and that's where they A lot of these companies are getting in trouble. The account also did not use two factor authentication an extra layer of security, which confirms that the person trying to log into an account is who they say they are reporting live in Atlanta, Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB Other story breaking late this afternoon, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis gets her wish. A judge says she can recuse herself from the case of Atlanta Police Officer Garrett Rolfe in the Rayshard Brooks shooting death here. Last year, she had sided essentially a conflict of interest in wanting to be let off the case. Former President Trump is lashing out at Facebook after today's ruling that will keep him suspended until at least early 2023. And perhaps longer. Former president called it an insults. Although it was originally indefinite ban. This is actually in his favor today, but he argued that Facebook should not be allowed to get away with censoring and silencing his quote. Georgia's Republican agriculture secretary wants to challenge Democrat Raphael Warnock for U. S. Senate. No other big GOP names have entered the race, at least not yet. Black says he will embrace President Trump on the campaign trail. WSB news time, 6 34 we we? We.

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Bond granted for former Atlanta officer Garrett Rolfe

Mark Levin

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Bond granted for former Atlanta officer Garrett Rolfe

"Officer charged in the death of Ray Shawn Brooks can be released pending Trialled County Superior Court Judge James Barr Weeks that have bond for $500,000 for ex officer Garrett roles in a hearing Rolls attorney Bill Thomas says his client has deep ties to the community. There's nothing about it. Ofsome rust background with circumstances in this case that was chest is not willing to appear. The prosecution claimed he could be a flight risk. Brooks wife Tameka Miller was emotional in court, You know? Because obviously I'm not able to handle. The judge said she didn't think Ralph was a danger to the community. Rob Dawson

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on KOMO

"Evacuations and shelter in place order still in effect in downtown Puyallup with a major gas leak. I'm Carleen Johnson Live on ABC News at one o'clock. From ABC News Michelle Franzen, the nation's top health officials, telling Senate lawmakers today that the Corona virus outbreak is getting worse around the country not better. In a Senate hearing on Tuesday with the nation's top health experts, Dr Anthony Fauci said he wouldn't be surprised if the United States hit 100,000 Corona virus cases a day. If the situation doesn't improve and very concerned because it could get very bad. The nation is already seeing 40,000 new cases a day. And while not all states are experiencing a surge found, she still said it puts the entire country at risk. Catherine Folders ABC News Washington, Texas, California, Arizona and Florida among the states with the highest daily infection rates. The White House denying that President Trump received a briefing by intelligence officials on reports that Russia was putting a bounty on U. S troops in Afghanistan, saying that the Intel was not credible enough. It comes after lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Both Republicans and Democrats demanded answers and were briefed separately today. Democratic House Minority Leader Steny Hoyer says there's no evidence to back up the president's claims He didn't receive an Intel briefing president called this hoax. Publicly. Nothing in the briefing that we have just received fled made to believe it is a hoax. GOP CONGRESS WOMAN Liz Cheney joining Democrats on calls to find out what happened remain concerned about Russian activities in Afghanistan and around the world in Atlanta today, former police officer Garrett Rolfe, who is charged with the shooting death of Rashard Brooks will be granted bond with conditions he appeared via video. Hook's wife, Tameka, speaking at the hearing did not deserve A national. I have to live in fear. Well, waiting for the man who killed my head Any traffic court, Brooks was shot in a fast food parking lot after being found sleeping in his car and after an altercation with police trying to run from officers. Listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Comeau midday. Good afternoon. Come on news time. 102 I'm Taylor Vance Ice Now. The top stories from the coma, 24 7 News Center. There's really concern among Snohomish County leaders that a growing number of covert cases might mean a move back to phase one. Como's Ryan Harris has the update passing the 4000 positive tests. Mark is one thing. But the Snohomish County Health officer says the number of new cases per 100,000 people has gone from fewer than 20 for in the first half of June 2 39 in the latter half and that if you translate last week into a two week period, it's 42 with the same number of tests done each week. It means the transmission rate is rising, which The executive Dave Summer says means we need to keep working together because he says, the drop to phase one is clearly possible. If we don't take it seriously, each and every one of us were hurting everybody else around us and our businesses, our economy, our lives, so wearing a mask, not about protecting yourselves protecting all of us. The county is seeing more younger people testing positive, and some could be related to social activity, but it's also linked to younger people returning to work in public facing jobs like retail. Brian Harris Carmona's Yakima County needs help managing a sudden increase in covert cases, so some of them are being brought here to western Washington. Dr. Steven Mitchell with Harbor View Medical Center in Seattle, says hospitals in central Washington are being strained. They are both having a significant rise in the number of cases presenting to the hospital. But also challenges with providing the staff that they need to take care of these patients at the same time as their own community of caregivers get Sica's well, according to the State Health Department, Yakima County now has more than 7000 confirmed cases. The virus, second in the state on Ly to King County, which has more than 10,000 many hours after a construction crew ruptured a gas line. A huge area of downtown Puyallup remains closed. Almost Carleen Johnson reports. It was sometime around two or three o'clock this morning, A construction crew digging at the intersection of pioneer and a radiant right in the heart of downtown Puyallup hit that gas line about seven feet down, causing a major leak. Callate Police and Central Pierce fire and rescue Puget Sound Energy, all responding very quickly and then issuing those evacuation orders for businesses and a few residents within 500 feet of where the leak occurred, and then shelter in place orders put out for folks in a little bit of a wider perimeter palate. Police have Put out that sort of bull's eye zone for folks to check on their Twitter account to see if, in fact, you're in that area where evacuations are needed as the work to contain this leak and cap it Continues here in downtown Puyallup. Carleen Johnson, Come on, news coming upon. The city tries to clear out some of the chopper live Jeff Pooja with what happened this morning. First that we know for a couple of traffic Update. Here's Marina Rock injure..

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Michelle Franzen, the nation's top health officials, telling Senate lawmakers today that the Corona virus outbreak is getting worse around the country not better. In a Senate hearing on Tuesday with the nation's top health experts, Dr Anthony Valachi said he wouldn't be surprised if the United States hit 100,000 Corona virus cases a day. If the situation doesn't improve. I'm very concerned because it could get very bad. The nation is already seeing 40,000 new cases a day. And while not all states are experiencing a surge found, she still said it puts the entire country at risk. Catherine Folders ABC News Washington, Texas, California, Arizona and Florida among the states with the highest daily infection rates. The White House denying that President Trump received a briefing by intelligence officials on reports that Russia was putting a bounty on U. S troops in Afghanistan, saying that the Intel was not credible enough. It comes after lawmakers on Capitol Hill, both Republicans and Democrats demanded answers and were briefed separately today. Democratic House Minority Leader Steny Hoyer says there's no evidence to back up the president's claims He didn't receive an Intel briefing president called this hoax. Publicly. Nothing in the briefing that we have just received led Mei to believe it is a hoax. GOP CONGRESS WOMAN Liz Cheney joining Democrats on calls to find out what happened remain concerned about Russian activities in Afghanistan and around the world in Atlanta today, former police officer Garrett Rolfe, who is charged with the shooting death of Rashard Brooks will be granted bond with conditions he appeared via video. Brooks wife Tameka, speaking at the hearing did not deserve to death..

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"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"officer garrett rolfe" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The next generation of their co pilot, 3 60 Driver assistance technology will feature the option for hands free driving that monitors I gave as well as the angle of your head and emotions of your head. To see whether or not you are actually paying attention to the road. Let's Ford's Karen Sullivan, she says. They're able to do that. By using a number of sensors in the car as well as a camera mounted on the steering column. Sullivan says she understands having a camera built into the car could because for skepticism, but it doesn't take photos that doesn't do what he did as faras recording or anything like that. The check is reportedly able to work on up to 100,000 miles of highway in the United States. Co pilot. 3 62.0 is expected to debut on the company's Mustang Mach E crossover sometime next year with Tech trends. Chuck Stevenson ABC News Clifford's News Talk station, 14 14 20 New Bedford streaming worldwide on the W. B s and m dot com. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen, the nation's top health officials, telling Senate lawmakers today that the Corona virus outbreak is getting worse around the country not better. In a Senate hearing on Tuesday with the nation's top health experts, Dr Anthony Fauci said he wouldn't be surprised if the United States hit 100,000 Corona virus cases a day. If the situation doesn't improve. I'm very concerned because it could get very bad. The nation is already seeing 40,000 new cases a day. And while not all states are experiencing a surge found, she still said it puts the entire country at risk. Catherine Folders ABC News Washington, Texas, California, Arizona and Florida among the states with the highest daily infection rates. The White House denying that President Trump received a briefing by intelligence officials on reports that Russia was putting a bounty on U. S troops in Afghanistan, saying that the Intel was not credible enough. It comes after lawmakers on Capitol Hill, both Republicans and Democrats demanded answers and were briefed separate Lee today, Democratic House Minority Leader Steny Hoyer says there's no evidence to back up the president's claims He didn't receive an Intel briefing. The president called this hoax. Publicly. Nothing in the briefing that we have just received led Mei to believe it is a hoax. GOP CONGRESS WOMAN Liz Cheney joining Democrats on calls to find out what happened remain concerned about Russian activities in Afghanistan and around the world in Atlanta today, former police officer Garrett Rolfe, who was charged with the shooting death of Rashard Brooks will be granted bond with conditions. He appeared via video. Brooks wife Tameka, speaking at the hearing that you did not deserve to die. And I shouldn't have to live in fears. Wow. Waiting for the man who killed my hands. Me tragic. Horton. Brooks was shot in a.

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Atlanta police officer charged in death of Rayshard Brooks granted bond

Howie Carr

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta police officer charged in death of Rayshard Brooks granted bond

"Police officer Garrett Rolfe, who was charged with the shooting death of Rashard Brooks will be granted bond with conditions. He appeared via video. Brooks wife Tameka, speaking at the hearing that you did not deserve to die. And And I I shouldn't shouldn't have have to to live live in in fears. fears. Wow. Wow. Waiting Waiting for for the the man man who who killed killed my my hands. hands. Me Me tragic. tragic. Horton. Horton. Brooks Brooks was was shot shot in in a a fast food parking lot after being found sleeping in his car. And after an altercation with police trying to run from officers. You're listening to

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