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"omaha police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The president addresses. The border i mary core city fox news prison inviting calling the situation at the border crisis as he speaks to reporters saturday about his response plan. Republicans have been pushing president biden and members of his administration to call. What's happening at the southern border crisis. They have refused instead calling it somewhat of a challenge and the president was after he finished that round of golf about extending the refugee camp for this fiscal year. He signed an emergency determination. Which would put a cap at the trump era level fifteen thousand refugees in the fiscal year. But there was immediate pushback even biden ally. Dick durbin senator from illinois facing the greatest refugee crisis in our time. There is no reason to limit the number to fifteen thousand. Say it ain't so president. Joe fox's david's punt and police say a driver who ran a red light through a chemical liquid at a new york city. Police officer drove away in the flaming molotov cocktail at pursuing officers. Later crashed his car and was arrested. Saturday police chief. Rodney harrison tweeted saturday evening that the liquid thrown at the officer was bleach. Officials suggested anti police sentiment may have played a role in the incident plus social media blocking a report from the new york post focusing on one of the co founders of black lives matter both facebook and twitter have walked this story saying it goes against its policies online this all stems from the new york post releasing an article about the recent real estate purchases of one black lives matter movement founder patrisse cullors bought four homes upwards of three million dollars towards journalist. Jason whitlock says that twitter temporarily blocked his tweet for writing about the demographics in the neighborhood of one of those homes. Colors says that money at she has comes from not the organization but from her multiple jobs like her book deal and speaking events. Fox's alex hogan america is listening to fox news running a business. Then why are you still going to the post office do it all online with stamps. Dot com avoid trips to the post office print postage send invoices letters or packages and schedule pickups. Right from your home or office. Twenty four seven with stamps. Dot com you get discounts up to forty percents off post office rates and up to sixty two percent off. Ups shipping rates go to stamps dot com. Click on the microphone and enter code fox for a four week. Trial plus free postage and a digital scale stamps dot com code fox a shooting at a nebraska mall. Saturday has left one person dead and another injured as terrified. Shoppers ran for cover approximately noon today. We received a call the shooting. How westwards mall officers arrived and discovered one victim preliminarily. That victim was transported with serious injuries to bergen mercy. Hospital omaha police department. Lieutenant neil benach. Speaking authorities believe the shooting at west road small omaha was an isolated incident and not a random attack officers determine. The suspects had fled the scene after searching the mall. This as a manhunt was underway in california saturday night for at least two suspects after gunfire broke out at a fresno shopping mall of vigil. Taking place on saturday. Honors the victims. Who were killed in the indianapolis mass shooting at a fedex site thursday. I found the best we can do. Is give each other strength and support. And that's what we'll do in the days. In the weeks ahead fedex ground representative ryan. Henry took to the standard show. His support for those dealing with tragedy and the incident has reopened the gun violence discussion as president biden. Calzone lawmakers to step up and pass stricter gun violence legislation as soon as possible. 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One dead following shooting at Westroads Mall

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00:36 sec | 6 months ago

One dead following shooting at Westroads Mall

"Shooting at nebraska mall. Saturday has left one person dead and another injured as terrified. Shoppers ran for cover approximately noon today. We received a call shooting at west routes mall officers arrived and discovered one victim Preliminarily that victim was transported with serious injuries to burn mercy hospital omaha police department. Lieutenant neil banenky. Speaking authorities believe the shooting at west mall in omaha was an isolated incident and not a random attack officers determine. The suspects had fled the scene after searching them.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:39 min | 6 months ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They get all kinds of funding from the joint task forces and no. This isn't a bunch of is right on. Man bless tanks the joint task force anyway. They get all kinds of funding from them Things like the department of homeland security grants the edward burne justice assistance grant that gets civil asset forfeiture. I don't think they'll admit that they're getting a bunch of loot to do this federal enforcement but they certainly are. Yeah they are. They certainly are and i mean. We've seen it here in keene new hampshire just with the events of a month ago when to not one but two bearcats these tanks bearcats showed up at the free talk live studios equipped with battering rams one month ago a month and a day. Yeah and banged in the The windows the doors and the windows. They threw iron hooks through the top window and pull the window out the federal government program where local communities received funding to You know to cover a tank to this for the listeners. I just want to mention the town of keene new hampshire where this all went down. Twenty three thousand people thereabouts might be twenty five number but it's it's small it's quite literally a mayberry in new. It's a quaint news. In town is what it is slim to have to bear cats tanks if you will probably the other one in the neighboring county but okay but still like it just shouldn't happen at all banging people's doors down for you. Know a victimless crime. If a crime at all the lawyer says no crime at all our number twos are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless. Free-market non-political currency. Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state. stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin. Bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. 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The numbers reflect that southwest border apprehensions are coming off the business month march in twenty years law enforcement agents here say we're now headed into what they normally see as the busiest time of year back in washington. Republicans are badgering the administration over reversing trump era immigration policies. Republicans say they want the white house to reinstate. The us remain in mexico policy. That was a trump era policy. And that's where migrants apprehended in. The united states are brought to mexico to wait for their cases to be decided. Fox's rich edison reporting meanwhile multiple shots were fired at west road small and omaha nebraska. Saturday leaving one victim dead and another recovering from a leg injury and the two suspects are at large and from security footage. Suspects fled from the mall. We are looking for those suspects. Were still working on. Identifying tenant new banacci from the omaha police department says omaha is a safe place and shootings unusual. Plus new corona virus numbers have been released and the pandemic has surpassed a significant milestone sobering figures that have been compiled by johns hopkins university. Show that over. Three million have died of covid nineteen worldwide and with setbacks in the global vaccination effort as well as an increase in cases in countries such as india france and brazil officials fear. Those numbers will only grow higher. But the true number of fatalities. They say may never be known. That is due to china officially concealing the number of cases and resulting deaths from the current coronavirus virus after it first surfaced and wuhan china in late two thousand nineteen here in the us over thirty one million of contracted covert over five hundred. Sixty five thousand have died from it. That's fox's carry mchugh. America is listening to fox news. You running a business. 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Patrisse cullors bought four homes for upwards of three million dollars. the founder herself is firing back. These claims calling them defamatory quote. I've worked multiple jobs across many organizations in my life. I'm also a published author a writer producer professor public speaker and performance artists. I love my working all of these areas. And i work hard to provide for my family. Fox's alex hogan and canada's most populous province ontario has retracted. Kobe restrictions that band playgrounds and allowed police to require anyone not at home to explain why they're out an provide their address a comes after backlash from health officials and police departments. Who say they won't be using their new powers to randomly stop people. Meanwhile the man responsible for the pdf file as co founder of software company. Adobe has died software so widely used you take it for granted. It's the portable document format better known as the pdf and sadly charles. 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"omaha police department" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Trump had an outdoor rally, , an airfield in Omaha Nebraska. . This is pretty common for the campaign right now, , he can roll up in his Air Force One and it was pretty darn cold. . As you can tell from the pictures, , wind chill as low as seven degrees is supporters had to bundle up and when the rally finished trump got on his plane and flew away. . This was around nine PM local time and I'm sure it was not as warm and comfy Air Force One when the rally voters tried to leave the airfield on buses that would take them back to their cars, , which in the time of covert is a terrible idea bunch of people crowded together on a bus. . But that aside when trump supporters tried to leave the shuttle buses got jammed up many people tried to walk a few miles in. . The freezing cold back to their cars others were just stranded out in the elements for hours until they could get on a bus. . The last person didn't leave until nearly midnight three hours after President got on his plane Jeff Paul Fox News posted this video, , the scene that's that's shivering people many of them elderly stuck outside in the cold in the midst of pandemic. . Some of them had gotten the rally as early as ten in the morning. . And the trump campaign blamed road closures. . But I mean well seems like you should take care of your people can't let that happen. . Look at this tweet from an account that monitoring police scanners in Omaha quote one officer advising eight to nine elderly people who are struggling separate officer advising they have located an elderly party who is frozen cold unable to move with an altered mental status. . The Omaha Police Department said there were thirty people contacted for medical reasons and a total of seven people transported to area hospitals with a variety of medical conditions. . Meanwhile the president just gone away in his nice warm publicly funded private plane leaving people behind. .

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Trump supporters hospitalized after being stranded in freezing cold at late-night rally

All In with Chris Hayes

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Trump supporters hospitalized after being stranded in freezing cold at late-night rally

"Trump had an outdoor rally, an airfield in Omaha Nebraska. This is pretty common for the campaign right now, he can roll up in his Air Force One and it was pretty darn cold. As you can tell from the pictures, wind chill as low as seven degrees is supporters had to bundle up and when the rally finished trump got on his plane and flew away. This was around nine PM local time and I'm sure it was not as warm and comfy Air Force One when the rally voters tried to leave the airfield on buses that would take them back to their cars, which in the time of covert is a terrible idea bunch of people crowded together on a bus. But that aside when trump supporters tried to leave the shuttle buses got jammed up many people tried to walk a few miles in. The freezing cold back to their cars others were just stranded out in the elements for hours until they could get on a bus. The last person didn't leave until nearly midnight three hours after President got on his plane Jeff Paul Fox News posted this video, the scene that's that's shivering people many of them elderly stuck outside in the cold in the midst of pandemic. Some of them had gotten the rally as early as ten in the morning. And the trump campaign blamed road closures. But I mean well seems like you should take care of your people can't let that happen. Look at this tweet from an account that monitoring police scanners in Omaha quote one officer advising eight to nine elderly people who are struggling separate officer advising they have located an elderly party who is frozen cold unable to move with an altered mental status. The Omaha Police Department said there were thirty people contacted for medical reasons and a total of seven people transported to area hospitals with a variety of medical conditions. Meanwhile the president just gone away in his nice warm publicly funded private plane leaving people behind.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"Virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike Rossi, a Washington I, Mike Rossio reporting the president returns to the White House from Walter Reed Medical Center. Supporters of President Donald Trump were gathered outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Monday night, hoping for a glimpse of the president as he departed for the White House after being treated for Colvin 19. The president was seen by reporters on Lee briefly earlier Monday. Trump tweeted Feeling Really good. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Meantime, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced Monday morning. She has tested positive for the virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike Grassi, a Washington AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Kobe 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Pence's tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The Luo Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again. This one featuring James Senna. World CEO Mochi Grete Inger says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like. Also, the shop was no food in a world reopened theaters in July, but it's been difficulties with theaters in major markets such as New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new films. I made Donahue, another parent, facing home confinement for the college sports bribery scandal. Peter Damaris, a former tech executive, pleading guilty for paying $300,000 to bribe his son's way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though he didn't play the sport..

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"Is kind of late to call for information conditions. Lessons in all 50 states and then Alice number 30 30, You know? Do you know who you are? Do you know what you mean? And you know, I know that I'm I'm important And I know that a lot of people care for me to care for my music. But I think people Expect me to carry it in a different way. At the end of the day. It's not really about me. It's about the music. It's about me being a vessel for the music. And I just feel better with that. Outlook AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Cove in 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious Political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking Recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Hence has tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The Luo Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again..

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Cove in 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious Political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking Recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Hence has tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The Luo Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again. This one featuring.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Kobe 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious Political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking Recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Hence is tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The U. A Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"Netflix who in peacock memberships acquired AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Cove in 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious Political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking Recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Hence has tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The Luo Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again. This one featuring James thought. Senna World CEO Mochi Grete Inger says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like. Also, the shop was no food in a world reopened theaters in July, but it's been difficulties with theaters in major markets such as New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new films. I made Donahue, another parent, facing home confinement for the college sports bribery scandal. Peter Damaris, a former tech executive, pleading guilty for paying $300,000 to bribe his son's way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though he didn't play the sport. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Here I go. 32 and one Corona virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute President Trump Pack of the White House after being hospitalized for Cupid 19 and has touched off a firestorm with this message on Twitter for others. The president took off his mask standing and still The president took off his mask, standing and saluting at the South Portico, prompting rebukes for potentially in fact, ing others as he is possibly still contagious. So how far can cove in 19 spread through the air? The CDC says 6 ft, but says it's rare Our Ed Donaghy reports. Other experts think it's common and more precautions are needed. Michigan's Health Department has issued a new mask requirement even though last week the state Supreme Court struck down the governor's emergency power to make such a mandate. Vermont officials say 26 migrant workers at a large apple orchard inshore, um, are now positive for covert 19. Vermont had one of the nation's lowest infection rates. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"A world CEO Muecke Grete Inger says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like also the shop with no food, Granger says. Senate World reopened in July, but it's been difficult in this state. We were in a kind of a situation that From liquidity point of view. Ah, we will bleeding much bigger amounts when we are opened and when we're close, Granger says, with theaters in major markets like New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new movies. Ed Donahue. AP News on Twitter President Donald Trump says he's going to be released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. The president has been pushing to get out and go back to the White House and his physician, Dr Sean Conley, says the tests back him up. The president has continued to improve. He's met or exceeded all standard hospital discharge criteria gone, Lee says. It's been 72 hours since the president last had a fever, so he may not entirely be out of the woods yet. A team and I agree that all our evaluations and most importantly, his clinical status support the president's safe return home. President Trump did not wave doctor patient confidentiality, so Dr Conley could not share results of medical scans of the president's lungs. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. People with mild to moderate symptoms can be contagious for us many and should isolate for at least 10 days. Ed Donahue, Washington AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Cove in 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Pence's tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The U. A Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"Walter Reed Medical Center. Supporters of President Donald Trump were gathered outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Monday night, hoping for a glimpse of the president as he departed for the White House after being treated for Colvin 19. The president was seen by reporters on Lee briefly. Earlier Monday. Trump tweeted feeling really good. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. I feel better than I did 20 years ago. Meantime, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany announced Monday morning. She has tested positive for the virus, adding her to a list that includes the president and first lady and several senior staff members. Mike Grassi, a Washington AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, President Trump out of the hospital after treatment for covert 19 is telling other Americans don't let it dominate you. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are expressing shock from that message on Twitter with more than 210,000 Americans dead from Kobe 19. The president's returned to the White House was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientist support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Pence's tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The Luo Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again. This one featuring James thought. Senna World CEO Mochi Grete Inger says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like. Also, the shop was no food in a world re open theaters in July, but it's been difficulties with theaters in major markets such as New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new films. I made Donahue, another parent, facing home confinement for the college sports bribery scandal. Peter Damaris, a former tech executive, pleading guilty for paying $300,000 to bribe his son's way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though he didn't play the sport. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News President Trump returns to the White House with flair. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news Minute Soon after leaving Walter Reed Medical Center, having been treated for covert 19 symptoms, President Trump in front of news cameras climbed the South Portico steps, removed his facemask and declared. I feel good. Some doctors are stunned. He's out of the hospital and horrified he took off a mask while possibly still contagious. The University of Pittsburgh's Dr Stephen Shapiro. Says there still could be complications. It's only later in the disease where your immune system can turn on the body itself, particularly the lungs and caused damage. The U. S. Centers for Disease Control says the Corona virus can spread more than 6 ft through the air, especially in poorly ventilated spaces, but says that's uncommon. Other health expert accused the CDC of downplaying the danger in California. The August complex fires now spread to more than one million acres. Stocks closed broadly higher. Today. I'm Jackie Quit, I might cross CIA reporting. President Donald Trump is back at the White House after being treated for Cove in 19 President Donald Trump returned to the White House Monday evening after three nights at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was treated for Cove in 19. The president spoke only briefly to reporters. The White House doctor and evey commander Sean Conley said Trump will not be fully out of the woods for another week, but he met or exceeded standards for discharge from the hospital. But the extent of the outbreak at the White House remains unclear. Several senior staff members have tested positive, as have several people who attended a September 26th Rose Garden ceremony where Trump announced the nomination of Amy Comey Barrett for the Supreme Court. Mike Grassi, a Washington. Your furniture and your style are reflections of who you are. Maybe your style has a dramatic flair. Or perhaps it's more traditional. Maybe it's mid century modern with a bit of rock and roll. Whatever your style. You want furniture that brings harmony to your home. And from now until October, 12, you can get the furniture. You want exactly the way you want it and get $100 off every 1000 spent at half Now. That's something that celebrate your furniture your went on ly. If Trump returned to the White House Monday evening, after three nights at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was treated for covert 19, the president spoke only briefly to reporters. White House doctor and Evey commander Sean Conley said Trump will not be fully out of the woods for another week, but he met or exceeded standards for discharge from the hospital. But the extent of the outbreak at the White House remains unclear. Several senior staff members have tested positive, as have several people who attended a September 26th Rose Garden ceremony where Trump announced the nomination of Amy Comey Barrett for the Supreme Court. Mike Grassi, a Washington AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. Less than four days after announcing he tested positive for covert 19 President Trump has walked out of the Walter Reed Medical Center. He gave a thumbs up and a fist pump for the cameras as he walked into a waiting vehicle as our Shelly Adler reports. There's some skepticism from the medical community on whether he was ready for release, President Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, told Fox News quote. The president continues to improve. And is ready to get back to a normal work schedule that sounded surprising to Dr Stephen Shapiro, chief medical and scientific officer at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. That seems a bit optimistic. And if we are, you know again, things are vague in the five Or so days out within the next five days or so, we will know if he continues to improve or has some from setback. As for how the president is really doing seems particularly vague even for a president. I'm Shelly Adler, Democratic presidential rival Joe Biden on the campaign trail. My prayers continued with the president, First lady for their health and safety. Is it like so many American families dealing with Koba 19. A construction accident in Houston has killed three workers, part of a high rise under construction collapsed. The US Supreme Court began its fall term today, with two conservative justices raising new questions about same sex marriage. But the session began with a tribute for Ruth Bader Ginsberg by Chief Justice John Roberts. Justice Ginsburg's contributions His advocate, jurist and citizen are immeasurable. We at the court will remember her as a dear friend and a treasured colleague, California Governor Gavin Newsom's nominated Martin Jenkins to the state Supreme Court. He's the first openly gay black man to be appointed in that capacity, and he would replace one of the court's more conservative members. If approved. A grim milestone for the August complex wildfire. It's spread over one million acres. This is AP News President Trump's son, Eric, has answered questions from New York state investigators looking into his family's business practices, The Office of Attorney General Leticia James confirmed the deposition by video took place as scheduled today. The World Health Organization says best estimates indicate roughly one in 10 people worldwide may have already been infected by the Corona virus, our current best estimates Tell us that about 10% of the global population may have been infected by this virus. This varies depending on country varies from urban to rural at various between different groups. But what it does mean is that the vast majority of the world remains at risk. That's w H O emergencies. Chief Doctor Michael Ryan stocks closed higher The S and P 500 at 1.8%. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Leaving Walter Reed Military Hospital. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute There are helicopters circling over the military hospital just outside Washington, D. C. Awaiting news on the release of President Trump Theeighties. Jonathan let mere reports the president's doctors say that he's well enough to be cared for at the White House, though they don't know the exact viral load. He currently has that that will be determined with test results won't be known for little while he is still Cove..

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"Was choreographed. He climbed the steps of the South Portico removed the mask from his face and gave a thumbs up and saluted. Doctors say the president could still be contagious Political rival Joe Biden. I was glad to see the president speaking Recording videos over the weekend. Now that he's busy tweeting campaign messages, I would ask him to do this. Listen to the scientists support When Vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Pence's tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The Luo Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again. This one featuring James thought. Senna World CEO Mochi Grete Inger says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like. Also, the shop was no food in a world reopened theaters in July, but it's been difficulties with theaters in major markets such as New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new films. I made Donahue, another parent, facing home confinement for the college sports bribery scandal. Peter Damaris, a former tech executive, pleading guilty for paying $300,000 to bribe his son's way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though he didn't play the sport. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Here I go. 32 and one Corona virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute President Trump Pack of the White House after being hospitalized for Cupid 19 and has touched off a firestorm with this message on Twitter for others. The president took off his mask standing and still The president took off his mask, standing and saluting at the South Portico, prompting rebukes for potentially in fact, ing others as he is possibly still contagious. So how far can cove in 19 spread through the air? The CDC says 6 ft, but says it's rare Our Ed Donahue reports. Other experts think it's common and more precautions are needed. Michigan's Health Department has issued a new mask requirement even though last week the state Supreme Court struck down the governor's emergency power to make such a mandate. Vermont officials say 26 migrant workers at a large apple orchard inshore, um, are now positive for covert 19. Vermont had one of the nation's lowest infection rates. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on AP News

"When vice presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debate Wednesday, they'll be separated by a see through barrier to reduce the risk of Corona virus transmission. Pence's tested negative. But cases have been spreading at the White House, including press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany and Trump's debate coach Former governor Chris Christie, who is now hospitalized. The Senate's making accommodations for lawmakers who are sick with covert 19 to enable them to vote on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have called for another look at rulings that allowed gay marriage to take place in the U. S. The U. A Nebraska is suing the Omaha Police Department. Alleging excessive force during racial justice protests this year. Some New York City schools are going to be closed Tuesday because of spiking cases of covert 19 stocks were higher Monday. This is AP News The second largest movie theater chain in the United States, is temporarily closing its locations. The move comes after the premiere of a big movie. No Time to Die was pushed back again. This one featuring James thought. Senna World CEO Mochi Grete Inger says it's tough to operate without top flight movies will be like. Also, the shop was no food in a world re open theaters in July, but it's been difficulties with theaters in major markets such as New York closed and no guidance on when they'll re open studios have been reluctant to release their pipeline of new films. I made Donahue, another parent, facing home confinement for the college sports bribery scandal. Peter Damaris, a former tech executive, pleading guilty for paying $300,000 to bribe his son's way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though he didn't play the sport. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News here to drive you to your doctor's appointment. We finished early. What do you mean with my humanity? Medicare advantage plan Telehealth appointments with my doctor recovered. Well, that's great. Well, that's human.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okano. Okay, let's go to wait for it. Never heard this before. Florida. What's on I want to tell you about an elderly lady. You okay? Don't say it like that. Suzanne Miller's elderly lady, she might be into it. True. Well, she was kind of not into it. And let me tell you what it is that she was not into. So I'm going to tell you about Suzanne Miller 71. I'm gonna take you to an afternoon Monday afternoon at the Oceanic Oceanfront complex in Jensen Beach, Florida. Where she is now facing a battery charge, and I don't mean she's being plugged into the wall. She's facing an actual battery charge. Why? Well, it's it's because of Ah frak! Frak are a frack hall fracas. That busted out and Theo she and oceanfront complex when she got all up in her neighbor's face. Would you like to know why? Why? Me reappraise that. Would you like to guess Why? Okay, Why did she get all up in her neighbor's face? She literally became upset and started getting started getting loud when her neighbor did something or rather didn't do something. I didn't. Oh, gosh, I listen. This is really frustrating. Her neighbor forgot to bring the garbage down to the curb. On guard. It's okay. That's what if I told you she was a crazy, stupid cove. Idiot! Oh, her neighbor coughed at her. You would have used to do something. Wear a mask. So apparently, here's what had happened, according to the arrest affidavit, the victim in this case We'll call him mask lists. Mr Mask lists told cops that Ms Miller became upset and started getting loud when he declared, declined to put on a mask. The man who was returning to his apartment after retrieving male in the lobby, said that Ms Miller told him She quote didn't feel comfortable riding the elevator with someone who wasn't wearing a mask. I mean, Thank you. She was unable to stop the man from pressing the button for his floor, And that's when she began yelling. He's assaulting. May he's assaulting May and when the man refused to leave the elevator, she tried to push him out. And started intentionally beating him about the person. Okay? I understand being frustrated that somebody else is not doing the thing that is right. I was wondering if you were gonna react. No, I was. I understand being upset when you know the right thing to do in this moment is ex wires E And the other person won't do that thing. I understand that frustration. I understand that anger. What? I don't understand what I'm That's not the way that also can. I just point out the obvious. You know what if you're concerned about in the cova while you touching a stranger, so don't yell, Don't yell. That's how we pass things. Also, I just read I read a study 80% of your loud ass voice, you know, could be reduced. 80% of your chance of spray paint and tell me to reduce my voice 80%. No, 80%. You can lower your risk of transmission transmitting Volkova 19 by lowering your if you just shut your big mouth anyway, this five to old lady just went postal. On the gentleman. By that, I mean, save the U. S post office. Thank you. If you are concerned about a person not wearing a mask, Here's what I would recommend you do. Leave the elevator and wait for the next elevator. Thank you. Yeah, because that I did have that experience recently. Where have you been An elevator at all. Like twice since my Yes, I went into two different kinds of elevators. One It was a one whole, er you could only do one person at a time. My gosh, By the way, I mean, I'm sorry. I just thought I went off track. I'll tell you what my idea was later. Go ahead. Andre was a sticker in the elevator was too small for two people. So it was just one person, but then the normal size elevators Had stickers in the exact opposite corners. So one person was at the back and the other person at the front. And it's pretty interesting. Yeah. Okay. Next story. What now? I was gonna say was, wouldn't that be efficient if they could make A toilet elevator. I mean, I feel like the pressure would really prevent a friend. It was a good idea until I started to actually think about it. Because because of the door opens time told out of Ma'an 18th floor and you're just sitting there gonna ride it all the way down the Skyway again. Two. Number. Let's go to Omaha for our next crazy, stupid idiot. Okay, we're going to meet 25 year old Thomas Trueba. And he was trouble. He played the tuba E. I don't know, but he did leave too suspicious boxes. Outside the Douglas County courthouse on Friday afternoon. Hey, took them out and surveillance video shows that took the two boxes out of his back seat of his car and then set them on the sidewalk near the courthouse around 2 P.m. and then Drove off. Of course, they had to evacuate the court house as a result, and the Omaha Police Department bomb squad had to arrive and use an explosive charge to render the package is safe. They did learn, of course, that those packages contain no explosive devices. However, they were able to track Mr True Pa's car down and reboot Duba. He was in it. And Ah, they did have a search warrant. They were able to search his residence and his car. And then you know this. Just go file this under Don't do criminal things. If your criminal things they're going to expose more criminal things like You better make sure your streets pretty clean before you do something nonsense like this. Because it turned out the suspicious packages were nothing, but now they're searching, and now they found all the wrong things, including, but not limited to. M d m a coding drug paraphernalia £232 of Mary Wanna. Oh, my God, 200. That's a lot of pound of marijuana. That's like, Where do you put that? Don't know. Apparently in this car, that's where he liked to keep it. They also found $400,000 in cash that was all in his car. Then they checked his residents. And they found 2000 G of T H c wax 227 g of M D m A and 181 g of suspected marijuana. They found scales for weighing those narcotics around the house. Lord Yes. So I think we could say he was into the drugs. And he was into the selling of the drug because he was not doing all the host. He drugs, packaging them and selling them. Ah, so that's the story, And now he has ah, a bond set at $2 million. Bye. Again. If you're going to do something that Is kind of bad, Make sure the really There's really bad. Then there was really bad stuff. The end. Thank you for coming to meet Ted talk. That was where Oe Oe may Ha Somewhere in Middle America. Can we go to left? Right? America? Wait. That's to the right of me. So Florida Yes. Thank you for the direction. I guess it's technically it depends on where I'm standing. But anyway, the moral of the stories we're going to Florida Palm Beach, particularly I have their police blotter. And this I want to read you a couple of these. They're very short and to the point, so I feel like you deserve them. O think you've done such a noble job today that you deserve a couple of these police blotter item, son. But my favorite and this is what brought me to the yard. Um Not a milk, but it wasn't a milkshake. Okay? I want to tell you about some criminal Miss Chief that happened on. I think this was actually Delray Beach specifically. This took place in the 500 block of Britney L. It says simply this criminal Miss Chief. A man found scratches on his vehicle, which was parked in his assigned space in the 500 block of Britney L. Is that, like short for lane or something, I don't know. Feces. Oh, God was smeared on the handle of the drivers to work. Ah! Also can I just point out that when you read this, it looks like Britney L faeces because it says the 500 block of Britney l period feces all I mean, it's capitalized. Looks like our name is Britney up. Oh, my God. I just thought That's why I was brought to this story because I thought, Oh, my God. Somebody's name is Britney L Schmidt. I mean, the sad part is there's probably somebody with that name Do you think could be probably Shmee mean is that the last name my life? Find out your L feces might be Oh, wait, not the Britney. But the L Ah 000, okay. Well, I don't really know what this means Anything but, yeah, it turns out I'm looking here. Is this from the Palm Beach Police? Water ancestry dot com. Know they have? Yeah, I'm in the same place. Fecal family history, hoop family history, their little with the last name poop. And I do want you to know. Where the fecal family is from. It's from Illinois and a poop. Elizabeth. Dorothy a poop. I can't handle this. We're not insured of this, Mr And Mrs Poop, Okay?.

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"omaha police department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"About activity. That Jim Gardner was engaged in. Prior to even coming in contact with James Go lock the grand jury routine Heen people indicted Gardner on four charges manslaughter the use of a firearm in the Commission of a felony attempted first degree assault and terroristic threats. Her restrict stem from the verbal exchange between Gardner and Scurr lock that night. Franklin also said the jury spent more time to liberate here's. The prosecutor I think the Monday after. James Locke was was shot and killed the press conference conducted by Don Klein and Brenda Beetle indicated that There wouldn't be charges forthcoming because there was a determination that the action by Jay Gardner was self defense within a few days there became a request for a grand jury to do the investigation. The Omaha Police Department did continue with their investigation. They interviewed approximately sixty people in conjunction with This homicide investigation, they received video clips from members of the public who were down any all market, the grand jury. At, the point in time that they made their decision. It's almost a slam dunk that they had much more information available to them. Than what was had at the time that the initial decision was made and of course, we have more information so because they had sixty days and all this other time. So you're a back in just a minute and we'll show you what happened with Jay Gardner you're not gonNA believe how this turned out Republican for PODCASTS. Again, my name is Brian Kelly enthusiast. Show the way this works listener supported broadcasting, and what that means. There's no big company behind it. It's your meet together. I do the work that you support the show. Simple I asked listeners three things from. People pray for me because I I need wisdom inside any balance and he'd energy and all the things we need to do this well. On top of the fulltime job in fulltime life and. I asked people share the show whatever device you're on right now probably has a share and subscribe button. Make sure you're subscribed in good and hit that share button and share it to. All of your social media, and even if you've done that before, it's good to do it once a week every. So often let people know you're listening to the show and that you've found something valuable here so that they will see that in join you in the last thing is visit the link to support show financially Patriot dot com slash republic keeper if you'd be so kind that would be awesome. If you can find the time to do that. So Jake Gardner Jacob Gardner is the bar owner here in Omaha who? was indicted then by the grand jury. And the indictment just happened a few days ago last week I believe and. So we saw the video tape there of the prosecutor and the then appointed a special prosecutor who impaneled a grand jury, and so this is video I believe this is from just yesterday. This. Is well I'll just play the report developing tonight a bar owner from Omaha Nebraska recently indicted in the shooting death of a black man related to protests. There was found dead in Hillsborough today Jacob Gardner faced four charges in the shooting death of twenty two year old James, scurr? Lock. Gardner shots scurr lock outside his bar as protests were happening nearby early reports of that incident show that bar was being vandalized at the time. A judge issued a warrant for gardeners arrest on Friday. Hillsborough police reported finding Gardner's body near a medical clinic off northeast. Ninth Street this afternoon in his attorney confirmed that Gardner died by suicide. So the District Attorney. Says that Jake Gardner? Acted in self defense. The videotapes submitted to the district attorney caused the district attorney to say. That Jake Gardner. Acted in self defense. Then, the mob shows up and demands a grand jury impaneled. Now, the grand jury gets empanelled, and of course, in the environment where if you don't do it the mob once. They're gonNA come to your house. The grand jury..

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"omaha police department" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"omaha police department" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"A contribution today. If you can the link is an episode notes and thanks the hit to our economy has been really really bad to get. It started again before. There's a vaccine raises a really start question. How many more people will die. Well you know it's the balance of something. That's a very difficult choice. Like how many deaths? And how much suffering are you willing to accept to get back to what you want to be? Some form of new malady sooner rather than later. Dr Anthony Fauci said that all scientists like him can do is level with us about the consequences every opening. I have do I feel. I have a moral obligation to give the kind of information that I'm giving. People are GonNa make their own choices. I cannot norm. Anybody Force people under every circumstance to do what you think is best and on Tuesday afternoon vice president. Mike Pence said the White House is talking about disbanding Corona Virus Task Force. The one Saudi serves on by early June shifting even more responsibility to state and local leaders. Coming up what we know about less common symptoms of the virus and one place on Earth. Where there is no social distancing because so far there's no corona virus this is corona virus daily from NPR. I'm Kelly mcevers. It's Tuesday may fifth. Every state. It seems is doing things differently. And we keep coming back to that idea because over the next few weeks from state to state and even from county to county. We'RE GONNA learn a lot more about the good and the bad of those decisions. I wanted to Update all of you on our current efforts like in California. I lived Governor Gavin. Newsom says he is going to allow retail businesses like clothing and sporting goods stores bookshops and florists to reopen this week under certain conditions. Curbside pickup social distancing So it's it's incumbent upon the business leader To protect not only the customers but their employees at the same time restaurants have been and will continue to stay closed to people who want to eat in at least in most places. We're not trying to go against anything. We just want to get back to. The new norm bring our economy back in lower our unemployment and get people back to working again. Crystal Martin is with the downtown Business Association of Yuba City in Northern California where county health officials have decided. Some restaurants can let people in she talked to. Npr's Nathan Rock. This is the story all over the country. How fast things opened up and in what way? Those decisions are being made by your neighbors. County officials business leaders it all starts with the PCP and adhering making sure that the guests are adhering to the same. Testing standards up to staff is in Texas. Where movie theaters can open. Mitch Roberts told. Npr's all things considered that a few theaters and his chain or up for taking everyone's temperature at the door. Making sure were masks and gloves. They've also set up a new ticketing system to comply with the state requirements that they operate at twenty five percent capacity what that allows us to do if you select the ticket. That's within ten feet of another group tells you. Hey you can't sit here. You need to maintain physical distancing as more states and businesses decide whether to open more customers will decide whether to show up a new Washington. Post survey conducted with researchers at the University of Maryland. Found two thirds of Americans. Say They'd be uncomfortable shopping at a retail clothing store and nearly eight and ten people would be uncomfortable eating at a sit down restaurant so as reopening moves forward at different speeds and different places will monitor this daily. Real-time way state officials will have to watch for where cases spike. And then choose how to react. The virus starts infect people at a dangerous rate if it is one of the criteria that trigger to re modify The changes in so we just want folks to know. We need to toggle back and forth year on the basis of what's happening in those communities another big decision being made on the local level all across the country is how police officers should adjust to the new normal. Here's NPR's Martin custody the most visible new assignment for police. These days is enforcing social distancing on Saturday. Chicago's police superintendent. David Brown warned that he'd be sending out his cops to break up house parties. As silly as that sounds. You could be arrested for having a party in this environment. A thousand officers were sent out on social distancing patrols in New York over the weekend which mostly meant reminding people in public spaces to stay six feet apart. There have been complaints in some cities that the rules are being enforced unevenly or unfairly even as most cops will tell you that they'd rather not even be doing this kind of work. Tom Shafer as a captain with the Omaha Police Department. Nobody became a cop so they could go to a bar and grill. And say you've got eleven people here you gotTa send one home search an atom planning a patrols in San Francisco. He also writes books about police work. He says some aspects of that work are a little different now. Traffic stops for instance. Officers are trying to keep themselves in their family. Save two so someone's doing a California roll through a stop sign. We might have been more inclined to stop them and either run the license or give them a ticket pre corona the now and when they do catch a suspect. If it's a non violent crime he says sometimes they'll just let that person go especially if there's a contamination risk or the jails crowded. He says they can always get an arrest warrant for that suspect later on. That can be hard to do. These are interesting times. We find ourselves in but people should not count on getting lead off. In some circumstances the authorities might WanNa make an example of them. Take the two women who allegedly robbed drugstore in San Francisco in early April John. Bennett is a special agent in charge of the FBI office there. There were individual that walked into a walgreens and decided that they were going to announce to everybody that they had co Vid and then proceed to cough on people as they removed items from the shelf and walked out the door. This drugstore Caper is now a federal case. The US Attorney's charging the women with interfering with interstate commerce but it says the feds got involved to protect essential workers because these individuals were specifically using the threat of a virus in order to conduct criminal activity. That's where the game changes and that's where the FBI can get involve. Some people are hoping that this crisis will inspire more forgiving attitude from police at the same time. There are also some worries that social distancing by the police has created an opening. For some violent criminals in Omaha Captain Schaeffer says felony assaults and homicides went up and in one neighborhood shot spotted detectors picked up almost twice as many gunshots in March. And I think the criminal element. I'd be remiss if they didn't notice the lack of cruisers out on traffic stops. And just just one piece that overtime is Kinda like. Hey we got a better chance to maybe go from point. A. TO POINT B. and knocked over. But he says the department is now adjusting. Beefing up its gang enforcement and getting officers enough P es and hand sanitizer so they can go back to what? He calls more proactive policing. Npr's Martin Kosti.

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"Each other this morning and Chula vista destroying two trailers at a mobile home park, and damaging at least two apartment units right down the street, which is where we find news eight Kelly with more firefighters actually called in crews mother stations because so many of their firefighters were already on that first fire. It's just a really big fire. Right now, it's pretty nice. Can the fire started around seven fifteen or so an hour after the one erupted at that mobile home park, the two fires are not believed to be connected. The causes are under investigation people across the midwest or underwater today following widespread flooding, hundreds of homes are damaged and at least two people have died. CBS news, Laura Podesta has the latest on the disaster. I roads and farms in Nebraska transformed into lakes homes with just their rooftops visible. It's all the result of flooding after two levees broke sending water into towns. We are trapped can't get out of Fremont and so- planes are flying in supplies from all over little Lear jets and Cessnock this video from the Omaha. Police department shows a nighttime helicopter rescue after two people became stranded. In their truck demonstrating, the danger of driving through barricades blocking flooded roads. Laura Podesta CBS news those. View who plan your vacation travels around the best cities for fast food. CBS news. Peter King has the results of a new survey. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out why apartment guide says Orlando is the country's top city for fast food. It's tourists who watch something familiar when they come here, especially those with fussy children. But it's also the hundred thousand or so people who work at theme parks and watch something quick and easy on the way. Home by me, and Tampa are also at the top ten as our Cincinnati, Saint Louis, Las Vegas Cleveland. Pittsburgh, Atlanta and Fort Wayne, Indiana, Peter King CBS news Orlando, I here's news as Heather Myers with your micro-climate forecast. Enjoy the gorgeous conditions while they last would a beautiful day with sunshine from the coastline to the desert. Temperatures today. Outer or above seasonal averages upper sixties or right at seventy along the coastline today. Mid to upper seventies for most of our inland valley communities on AM, seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers, sunny and sixty seven in. The ocean side. No spare time this week. For college basketball fans anytime to will be spent on filling out your NC double A tournament bracket..

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"And now native American activists are asking the department of Justice to investigate how a mentally ill. Indigenous man died in the custody of Omaha police in two thousand seventeen one officer who fired his tasers Zachary bear heels twelve times was acquitted of second degree assault in December. And earlier this month charges were dropped against a second. Officer who punched bear heels repeatedly in the head. Here's activists Frank Lemere from the winnebago tribe responding to that I watched on a clip where they hit this handcuff math thirteen times. Justice is hard. But it's not that hard bear heels was unarmed, but he had freed one hand from his handcuffs police experts in both cases said that made the handcuffs a potentially deadly weapon. Bear heels was twenty nine a citizen of the Rosebud Sioux tribe of South Dakota and also part of the Kiowa tribe of Oklahoma. He had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Joining me now is Acharya sister. Adrienne cello. Pau Adrian, thanks for being here. I'm sorry to be speaking with you under these circumstances. But could you just tell us about the relationship that you had with Zachary? Well, technically as most people understand it were first cousins, but in our tribe, the Kiowa tribe. We don't have a word for cousin all the cousins are looked at as siblings in so culturally, we grew up as brother and sister. So you were close. Yes. Very close. We grew up today. Gather since we were babies, and can you tell us, you know, to the best of your understanding what happened on that night in June twenty seventeen that led to your brother's death. To my understanding. He was brutally teased in the to death by the very people who were supposed to be administering aid in crisis management to him. He was in the midst of a crisis and needed very badly for a professional to intervene and get him to safety to my knowledge all he was doing was talking to himself and licking windows and doing the very things that he would do if he was having a crisis a mental crisis. He had been on a bus travelling from one family members home to his mother's home. And that's when the police were called because of his behavior struck some people as strange, right? Yes. And again, his behalf. Savior is what was emphasized in the court with the first officer who was tried for assault, which I felt was very disturbing because the officer didn't have schizophrenia or any other mental disease. So I don't understand why Zack's behavior was such an issue when he was sick. He you know, you you would not become so critical of someone who has cancer in is in need of a doctor. But at the same time for those who understand schizophrenia, there's nothing odd about talking to yourself when you have that condition. That's a normal part of that condition. Well, as we said, no officer was convicted in his death. But all four of the officers involved were fired by the Omaha police department. Let's listen to a clip of the police chief Todd Schneider four days after your brother's death. It is. As well documented and widely agreed that there are deficiencies in addressing mental illness in our country, mental illness is a complex issue and being mentally ill in and of itself is not a crime, nor should it ever. Be too often. Law enforcement is left to deal one on one with individuals in mental crisis in this incident, despite our extensive training, we failed does that bring you any comfort to hear that from the police chief after the fact no way, it hurts even more because here is someone saying we failed, and it honestly feels like oops, like we messed up on the job like as if they work at a fast food place, and they messed up an order or something. Like what happens though, you can't mess up on the job and take someone's life. It just we can't live in a world where it's that dangerous. This is not the only story of someone dying in police custody that's rippled through Indian country in recent years just shortly after your brother's death of fourteen year old boy named Jason Perreault was shot and killed by police on the bad river reservation in Wisconsin. Why do you think that these stories typically don't break through the mainstream news cycle the way that other police shootings have because native people in this country are completely ignored and dehumanized? You know, when it comes to mascots and media in Hollywood where oftentimes portrayed as being people of the past not as current living human beings. I don't think that this country even factors us in when talking about any of these issues in our country, which is very hurtful because we have right now the highest rate of death by police in this country than any other group. And so the fact that we don't have very much attention on it is very disheartening Adrian cello. Pau thank you for speaking. With us about your brother Zachary bare heels who died in the custody of the. Omaha. Police in two thousand seventeen we appreciate it. Thank you. And let's put Zachary story into perspective because according to the treatment advocacy center at least one in four people killed by police in America has a serious mental illness, many officers are getting trained to deescalate interactions with people who are mentally ill. But the city of Eugene Oregon is taking a different approach sending mental health counselors not police to nine one one calls involving a person in a crisis. Keith Gillespie is a clinical coordinator for cahoots which stands for crisis assistance, helping out on the streets. Kate, thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me, Peter. And I know you were not there the night that Zachary bare heels died in police custody in Omaha, but do you believe it could have been possible to defuse a situation like that without even having to call police to the scene in the first place? Well, as you mentioned, I wasn't there that night. So I don't know exactly what happened. But here in Eugene, we have had crisis assistance helping out on the streets for thirty years since nineteen Eighty-nine we've been working in collaboration with our local police departments. And we respond to about seventy percent of our calls without any other agencies with us. So yes, I do believe that there are ways to have responses that aren't police officer responses to mental health crisis. What typically does go wrong in your experience when police confront someone who is mentally ill and the situation. Deteriorates because I'm trying to understand better. How what you do looks different than than what a police officer might do on the scene. Well for one thing when we arrive on scene we carry police radios, but we are not armed with weapons. So that's not something that we think of we like to meet people where they're at and see them as the best judges of their own lives, even people that aren't maybe as grounded in the reality that you, and I are experiencing still have a pretty good grasp on what their needs are in the moment. But you're there because somebody called nine one one and asked for police to come. Yes, we are dispatched through police radio. And we're able to go in and talk to people and part of that's how we position our bodies. How we interact with people we are a voluntary service. So we don't take people against their will. And give. People the option to say no can be really humanizing and empowering to the person to have some locus of control over their own life in situation. Many police departments around the country as you well know have started training their officers in these types of situations. But this group called the treatment advocacy center, which we mentioned says that most officers still have not got any kind of help with this. Why do you think it's only been in the past few years that people are even talking about this issue? Well, I would say I've worked on the cahoots fan for almost ten years. And I think that we are seeing more and more acuity of mental health crises across the country. So that's probably one of the factors driving it. And because police officers become the defacto mental health intervention often the need to train them as even greater now will and they have incredibly difficult jobs. They are. Are putting their lives on the line every day when they go out onto the streets. But what would you like more officers to understand about working with people who are mentally ill? I think that when an officer arrives in uniform, then they're perceived in a certain way, and I think that we have to understand that that's a difficult job for them as well as their there's different ways to interface with people and that forces not always the answer we can slow things down and by slowing down interactions. There's not as much of a rush to escalate things, do you think that your work in the work of your colleagues has prevented someone's death at the hand police officer. Yeah, I think that there is times where just the officers knowing that they have the option to call cahoots in makes it so that they don't have as much pressure. And maybe keeps them from getting to an escalated state where they might make choices that wouldn't be as good of an outcome for the person that they're apprehending. Kate Gillespie is a crisis. Counselor.

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