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Former Congressman Col. Allen West Reflects on His Father
"I have as my guest Lieutenant Colonel Alan West, and we're talking about a lot of important stuff. We're talking about merit. We're talking about working hard. We're talking about earning your stripes. You just said, Colonel West, you just said that your father, when you were 15, challenged you in a particular way. Take us back there, because that to me is clearly foundational in your story of success. Well, let me set the stage for that. My dad was a corporal in the United States Army during World War II, and he served in a segregated army. My older brother was a Lance Corporal in the United States Marine Corps. He served in Vietnam as a combat infantryman. But at the age of 15, my dad challenged me to be the first officer in the family. And I think that's what's so important, is that we set higher standards for our children so that we can push them to achieve greater than what we had ourselves. And so my dad laid out this plan, and I knew that I had to study and do very well in high school because it was about getting accepted into a college to have a great ROTC program. I was in the junior ROTC program in high school. I ended up going to the University of Tennessee. And of course, you're not going to be an officer unless you graduate, get that degree, and then you can get commissioned. So it was that simple challenge that my father laid out for me. This was not about my skin color. It was about intelligence. It was about competency. It was about character. And throughout my military career, sure, maybe there were some officers that looked at me differently because of my skin color, but guess what? My dad taught me that you find out what the standard is and you exceed it. And no one can hold you back if that's your mentality and that's your focus. And that's how I've always tried to live my life.
Biden Wants to Send Black Women to the Moon? Col. Allen West Reacts
"Really is amazing to me that things have gotten this far. I mean, I know that Joe Biden made some comment the other day, you know, we're talking about sending people back to the moon. And, you know, I don't know if he said we want to send, you know, three black women or whatever, but it just sounds laughable. It sounds laughable. I mean, I'd love to send Barack Obama to Mars, if there's a, you know, if we're going to send to Mars, but it's sort of, I would say that it really is denigrating to black people. I would be offended if I were black, the idea that you're, you know, you're kind of, you're disrespecting me by referring to me principally by the color of my skin. There's something about that, which is itself racist, ironically. It is. And think about this, you know, right now you have the people on the left who are saying that math is racist. And of course they want to use that as an excuse, since in the public school system, most black kids are not reading or doing math at grade level. But remember, if we want to talk about going to the moon, remember that movie Hidden Figures that highlighted those black women, they were brilliant mathematicians. So why would we come back and say that you're not capable of doing math? It's a racist thing. Two plus two equals four is not right. We don't need to have any college interest exams, but just give us the standard. And what I like instead of this equity thing and this equality of outcomes and this whole focus on identity politics is the equality of opportunity. And as you well know, you know, being highly educated and an Ivy League kind of guy, the quality of education opens the doors. And you've got to set the conditions starting very early on. And when you look at the decimation of the traditional nuclear family, having that good mother and father in the home, that's what made the difference in my life. The reason why I became an officer in the United States Army was because my dad challenged me at the age of 15 to be the first officer in our family.
"one officer" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"It was the Despite first day the of their heat, strike actors and were on coupled the with streets the ongoing of Los Angeles writer's and New strike, York Friday. Hollywood's been It shut was down. ABC's Maureen Shaw is more from Los Angeles. Picketers yesterday stretched across the entrances of major studios from Hollywood and LA to New York City. We are speaking on behalf of workers all across the nation. Many movie and TV productions from Wednesday to upcoming Marvel films like Deadpool three indefinitely delayed a defense spending bill passed the house by just nine votes. ABC's Jay O 'Brien explains why it was a controversial bill. This is a must pass bill that funds the military and getting it through Congress is typically pretty routine but this year with Republicans now in control of the house the legislation is loaded down with hot button conservative amendments including scrapping a Pentagon policy that covers abortion related expenses for service members barring the DOD from paying for hormone treatments and gender -confirming surgeries for trans soldiers. That bill now goes on to the Senate the governor of Iowa in the company of six Republican presidential hopefuls signed a bill into law that bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy in the state. In New York a 59 year old architect Rex Huerman is arrested as a suspected serial killer charged with killing three women whose bodies were found in Gilgo more Beach than a decade ago his neighbors reacting. I always did know that there was something a little off and the surroundings and the house and it was just not your typical Massapequa Park house. He pleaded not guilty you're listening to ABC News. Have you googled yourself lately? Are negative there posts from an ex -employee or from a former client? Maybe an outdated news article or reputation on the line? That's where Reputation Defender by Norton comes in. One of the most trusted online reputation repair. Reputation Defender has been fixing people's search results for over 15 years. Their cutting -edge approaches help you to wipe away unwanted information in your search results. also They promote the good stuff so that it rises to the top helping you put your best foot forward. Your name good is too valuable to leave to the whims of a Google algorithm. Take control with Reputation Defender. You can start by getting your free reputation report card at reputationdefender .com or call 800 -6681 -401 to speak to an expert. That's 800 6681. Authorities in Fargo, North Dakota say someone opened fire at a group of police officers Friday. One officer was killed, two others were critically hurt. A group of officers shot and killed the suspect and authorities say a civilian was seriously hurt. There's no word on a motive. There more are than 160 passengers on an Amtrak train when it crashed into a semi truck in Lakeland, Florida, Friday. Lakeland Fire Battalion Chief Jason Busby said, we're grateful that that everybody on that train was not seriously injured and with that we had no fatalities. So this could have been a lot worse. Authorities do know not why the truck was parked on the tracks. In Northwest Pennsylvania, the search continues for Michael Burham, the 34 year old who escaped a county jail on July 6, the authority sharing, saying that they saw a video of Burham on somebody's surveillance camera asking people to check their own cameras. It's one biggest of the days in tennis. It's women's final day at Wimbledon and ABC's Tom Rivers is at the All England Club. Brian, we're definitely going to have a new name on the champions board later today in the matchup. Hans Joubert takes on Arketa Von Resova in the final. The two go into the match with a combined record of 0 -3 in major finals. Six seed Joubert from Tunisia was the runner up at Wimbledon and the US Open last year. Seeded Von Resova from the Czech Republic lost in the 2019 French Open final. Brian. This ABC News. All right now in Seattle, 59, lots of sunshine boy. Get ready for a scorcher today. At least that's what Terrence Connor's smiling at right now before we get to our weather forecast. always It's traffic weather for you, weekends included. And with so much going on here at Northwest News Radio. Say hi to John Nelson now, right an update here from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. Morning, John. Good morning.
Body-cam footage shows indicted ex-police officers laughing at man who died in their custody
"Authorities in Jackson, Mississippi have released body cam footage that shows several police officers joking. After they repeatedly used a taser on a black man who died in their custody. It begins as a trespassing call at a Jackson Mississippi hotel on New Year's Eve. Can you understand me? Don't put your hand back here. It ends with the death of key muriel. Officers are seen struggling to get both of his hands in handcuffs. And he's zapped repeatedly with a taser. And deprived of medical attention for about an hour. The three officers are charged in his death, but that night they joke about the incident. Strong as an ox. One officer describes this struggle as funny at first, and then says it got annoying. But it was funny, and Mississippi grand juries indicted two of the former police officers on murder counts and another on a manslaughter charge. I'm Jackie Quinn
U-Haul truck driver who crashed into security barrier at park near White House is arrested
"A man who crashed a U haul truck into a security barrier across from The White House is under arrest. The Secret Service says investigators believe the driver may have intentionally hit the barriers at Lafayette park last night. Police searched the truck and W USA TV posted video showing one officer going through evidence, including a Nazi flag. There were no injuries and authorities have not released the man's identity nor a motive. The park police say he faces multiple charges, including threatening to kill kidnap or inflict harm on a president. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
"one officer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Had overwhelmed we had to an all call for surrounding police departments coming to help us clear the parking lot. Most of the teens were released back to their parents, but police did issue 5 citations. Police say one officer suffered minor injuries. The man charged with illegally selling a gun found on one of the suspects in Chicago officer Arianna Preston's murder appears in court today for a detention hearing. 21 year old Corey gray of Laporte Indiana spent indicted he's been in federal custody that is, since Wednesday, authorities say he knowingly sold the 9 millimeter Glock to someone in Illinois in late 2021. It's not clear how the suspect impressed his death got that gun and prosecutors haven't said if that gun was used to kill officer Preston. If convicted, Greg could face up to 5 years in federal prison. Chicago police say 17 year old girl was shot Sunday Night while driving a riding inside a car traveling along north to sabol lakeshore drive happened about 7 p.m. near west LaSalle avenue. She was reportedly shot in the lower back by an unknown person and taken to a hospital in good condition. Authorities have identified Brian neater as the man who died over the weekend when a grenade exploded in a northwest Indiana home, needed and two of his kids were going through some old family belongings when one of them found a grenade that had belonged to a grandfather, investigators were trying to determine if someone pulled the pin, or if the grenade could have self detonated because of its age, neither it's 18 year old daughter and 17 year old son were hospitalized with shrapnel wounds. New details are expected to be released this week about plans to temporarily house migrants at a college in Chicago, the city has floated a plan to house about 400 migrants at Wilbur Wright college 30th where alderman Nicholas pizarro. They're taking them out of the police station
"one officer" Discussed on WTOP
"From the tech police department made a traffic stop just around three 30 this afternoon. During that stop, gunfire was exchanged. One officer from tech and one officer from nearby Cameron died at the scene. The other person involved was taken to a hospital where they later died. Now, to Houston, where four people were shot, including two teenagers during a celebration of life event, Harris county sheriff's office assistant chief Thomas Diaz. All the gunshot wound victims will be questioned by investigators as a result of them being complainants in this particular incident. But that doesn't mean that necessarily that there are suspects. No suspects there. And then to Delaware, three people are injured after a shooting at the Christiana mall in a northern community near Pennsylvania. It happened in the food court. And W J Z TV's Christie breslin was there with her kids when the shots rang out. I don't think I've ever hugged my kids so tight in my entire life, and I don't think I've ever been so scared and you just never think that it's going to happen to you. The Biden administration is notice of appeal and a Texas judge's ruling that would overturn access to a commonly used abortion drug. It is the newest and one of the largest battles over abortion access since the Supreme Court's ruling last summer that overturned roe V wade. Correspondent scholar Henry ports. The Biden administration says the controversial ruling eliminates basic freedoms for women, putting their health at risk. Mifepristone is one of two approved pills used in more than half of legal abortions in the country. The outcome in this case may undermine the FDA approval process, setting a damaging precedent. China begins a second day of military drills as Taiwan says its monitoring missiles. Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer is in Taipei. The exercises reflect China's anger at the meeting between Taiwan's president Tsai ing Wen and House speaker Kevin McCarthy last week in Los Angeles. It reinforced signals that if China tries to seize Taiwan, which it claims is its own America would protect the islands independence. The friendship between
Accountability Still Matters
"I just get frustrated with people not taking accountability for their action, especially women. You know, I think that those men are just as dirty, but you know the thing is that you don't see them trying to get an attorney. You don't see these men trying to say that, look, she came to the police department and she coerced us. And to become sexualized with her. It's the women that in my opinion try to make these claims and they get some type of leverage. There's somebody on the radio right now and still thinks she's a victim. And as somebody on the radio know exactly what kind of woman that she is because you know that woman. And I'm saying, you know that woman from looking in the mirror, but you know that one because you know you got a friend that's just dirty like that and she wanna sleep with guys and that's her thing. And you know that that's how this young woman is and you know she need to change. Maybe this would be a wake-up call for her so that she, you know, don't continue to do these things. You know, nobody's talking about her husband being the victim. Just imagine you married to someone that didn't met your family and then you see her on the news from sleeping with not one officer, not two, not three, not four, but 5 guys. No pun intended, 5 guys. 5 of them, and sending them pictures. And one of them is the chief. And two supervisors.
MI5 lost chance to stop Grande concert attack, inquiry says
"And inquiry has found that Britain's domestic intelligence agency did not act swiftly enough on key information that could have prevented the Manchester arena suicide bombing in 2017. The report found that one officer from Britain's MI 5 intelligence agency considered arena suicide bomber Salman abedi to be a security concern, however, a retired judge says the officer did not discuss these concerns with colleagues quickly enough. The inquiry concluded that if MI 5 acted on the intelligence it received, it could have led to a Betty being stopped at Manchester airport on his return from Libya just four days before the attack, a lawyer representing 11 of the bereaved families said the report was a devastating conclusion for the loved ones of the victims,
Former officers to appear before judge in Tyre Nichols death
"The 5 former Memphis police officers accused of killing Tyree Nichols are expected to make their first court appearance today. The 5 are charged with second degree murder aggravated assault and related offenses. They've all been out on bond. They claim they stopped Tyree Nichols for a traffic violation in January, but police officials say there is no verified evidence to support that claim. Video shows Nichols being punched, kit, and slugged with a baton, and records say one officer took photos of the 29 year old man, as he was propped up against an unmarked police car, Nichols died three days later. I'm Donna water
1st officer in Nichols arrest accused of brutality as jailer
"The first officer in the arrest of Tyree Nichols had been accused of brutality as a jailer. Before police officer Demetrius Haley pulled Tyree Nichols from his car last month, Haley was accused of taking part in the savage beating of an inmate at the Shelby county jail, the 2015 incident was so disturbing that 34 other inmates, the entire cell block, signed a letter to the corrections director. Part of the letter stated we are truly asking that this matter gets looked into before someone gets hurt really bad or loses their life. It's unclear if Haley was ultimately disciplined for the incident or cleared of any wrongdoing. He's one of 5 officers charged with second degree murder in the death of Nichols. I'm Shelley antler
Who Failed Paul Pelosi
"I want to talk about the Pelosi body camera that was just released when I say Pelosi power Pelosi's incident where there was a nut job that broke in his house and ended up bashing him in the head with a hammer, almost killing the man. So let me tell you my takeaways. All of the stuff that was online without having the body worn camera footage alluded to the fact that Pelosi could have been involved with this guy as a lover and that, you know, this guy in Pelosi stage the break in and the police showed up and called Pelosi and the guy in their underwear and it was all the strange situation and have opened the door and was just standing there and nothing happened before he was just randomly struck in the head. All of those things were out there in about and some people were speaking about it. However, when I saw the body worn camera footage, it really cleared up a lot of stuff for me and I want to set the record straight. It appears to me based on a body on camera footage that power Pelosi was a victim, I don't care what you think about Nancy Pelosi and all these other knuckleheads. Power Pelosi was a victim. And if you're calling in, let me break. If you call in and you disagree with me, just hold on, I'm gonna get to you in a second. Power Pelosi was a victim. This guy took several minutes to break into the house. And being when the police came to the door and I just, I'm confused. Because they deemed the dispatcher heroic because she was able to interpret what Paul Pelosi was saying because the guy was breaking in his house and he was trying to speak in code and say, hey, what are you doing in my house? You don't live here. In a dispatcher, I guess put the cookies down and was like, wait a minute, this on sound right. And ended up ordering police officers to go out there in an emergency situation. I'm assuming that's what that was, that's what had happened. Because if it wasn't what happened, then the dispatcher didn't do a good job and probably should be suspended. Because if you can not interpret the fact that Nancy Pelosi's husband is at home alone, and he's saying you don't belong in my house, you don't live here, you need to leave. That you don't interpret it. It's probably a person breaking. And then you got a person between a rock and a hard place. However, let's just say And let's just say the police officer showed up with that expectation. Based on my observation of the video, they failed. They failed. They knock on the door and one officer was on his phone for whatever reason. I don't know what he was doing. He got his head down. On his phone, the other officer knocked on the door, you could see his body wearing camera, he turned his back to the door at some point.
Just the News: Nancy Pelosi Failed to Provide Resources on Jan. 6
"One officer discussed how he went to the capitol unaware of the threat assessment with only a police cap as his equipment Others revealed that congressional security leaders turned down resources like armed officers or National Guard troops Ahead of the tragedy because of concerns about the political optics He writes The 600 million a year capitol police was set up to fail and there have been scant signs of progress toward addressing these weaknesses since the attack the lawmakers warned And the full report which is their final report of investigation dot PDF link you just the news dot com And while mainstream news media and Democrats have suggested Pelosi and congressional leaders were not to blame for the security failures internal messages of how security planners pointedly slam Pelosi and our congressional appropriators for failing to provide the resources needed to secure the building After Pelosi forced how sergeant at arms Paul Irving to resign following the devastating events of January 6th for instance a staffer in the house sergeant at arms office sent a stinging email suggesting the Democrat leadership had made Irving and capitol police chief Steve's son the fall guys All to cover up the failure of lawmakers to provide adequate security resources Quote for the speakers need jerk reaction to yesterday's unprecedented event and God knows how Congress lives for its knee jerk reactions and to hell with future consequences can we really call for your resignation after you have been denied again and again by appropriations for proper security outfitting of the capitol and to blame you personally because our department was doing the best they could with what they had and are comparatively small department size and limited officer resources and because other agencies stepped into a cis just a fraction too late again for Congress to demand your resignation is spectacularly unjust unfair and unwarranted the staffer wrote This is not your fault Or the chief's fault If anything appropriations should be hung out to dry
Biden’s Executive Order on Bitcoin: What Does It Mean?
"So let's start off frankly, I just want to get a few things out of the way on this Biden executive order that's going to be that he signed and what it means. And also some concerns about it. The first officer legitimizes Bitcoin. I think if you look at it from that perspective, it talks about the fact that it has a $3 trillion market cap that it expanded increased over 14 billion just in the last 5 years. For the for really the administration to admit that this is a legitimized player. Now we've heard a lot of discussions on attacks on Bitcoin and the uses that it has that could be nefarious uses are illegal uses. But I think the overall tenor of this executive order says, okay, this is a legitimate path, a legitimate currency, a legitimate issue that we as a government are addressing. And we're going to say we legitimize it. And now we're going to talk about how we're going to deal with it. Of course, in dealing with it, the scary thought about anything with Bitcoin or anything that the federal government comes up and decides that they actually want to start investigating or being a part of is what do they do? And is the regulation or is the interest that they take in a certain industry going to be worse and basically kill the ingenuity and the sort of the atmosphere of Bitcoin that is allowed it to thrive and that is the privacy aspect that is the that it being not being tied to a currency and that it actually grows on its own. And we're seeing this as it is and it's not being some marginalized to the side. This executive order from President Biden actually legitimize it. There are some things though that Al Franken, I want to point out that concern me about this, and we'll be talking about this. Is any time you see a executive order and I have the executive order as I'm sitting here with and I'm looking over it. It says, when it starts and the talking points are protect. When it says protect U.S. customers investors and businesses protect U.S. global financial stability. And mitigate system risk. I just want to be aware here. The interest is when they start saying they're doing this to protect something or to protect you. It's going to come with regulations in which they believe what is best. One of the great things about Bitcoin is the simple fact that it has grown in and of itself. It is grown out there with people taking a look at it, deciding if they wanted to be a part or invest in it or own Bitcoin. And this is sort of been the process from day one. The privacy aspect of it. So I will just say this. Directs department of treasury and others to start looking into this. It doesn't give it's not as restrictive as many thought it would be. So that is a good thing, but I want you to always be aware and one of the things I want to talk about that I've tried to share on this podcast is we very concerned when government wants to protect
Climate Rioters Committed an Insurrection at Interior Department
"Well ladies and gentlemen there was an attempted insurrection at the department of interior And I want to make you aware of it The Washington compost has reported on this Ellie silverman of course they don't call it an insurrection but that's what it was A department spokesperson said security personnel sustained quote multiple injuries on one officer was taken to a hospital Police and climate activists clashed yesterday during protests at the interior department With security personnel sustaining multiple injuries and one officer being taken to a hospital agency spokeswoman Melissa Schwartz said climate demonstrators were attempting to occupy the interior department with dozens entering the Stuart Liu main interior building on C street northwest Those who remained outside clash with police as they tried to keep the one unlocked door open At times protesters attempted to push past the police line The protesters were here for people versus fossil fuels 5 days of demonstrations by a coalition of groups known as build back fossil free That is included indigenous leaders from across the country The coalition's name is a nod to Biden's Bill back better agenda Now people versus fossil fuels send in a statement that 55 people were arrested during the protest including indigenous leaders and said police acted aggressively by using tasers on at least two people and batons to hit others A spokesperson for the federal protective service which Schwartz said responded to the protest to mitigate the situation Did not immediately respond to requests for comment on police tactics and arrests
"one officer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"An accident working a crash on 65 North. Um Between Fern Valley Road and Braid Length. Our next report in 10 minutes and Bobby Ellis NewsRadio 8 40. W H. A. S W Okay. One meteorologist Ramelow ceviche. Your Monday forecast will feature a good deal of sunshine, just a few passing clouds and summer like temperatures topping out near 89 degrees. Close down to 71 tonight under fair skies highs back up to 89 tomorrow but with a pop up afternoon shower chance better chances for showers and storms comes Wednesday with highs near 83. At your wook Y forecast. I'm meteorologist. Matt Milosevic, Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, Weather and Traffic station. This is NewsRadio 8 40. W H A s Your news now. Good morning. It's 7 31 I'm Will Clark News radio 8 40 W H A s currently most or a few passing clouds and now down to 70 in the Metro looking for Sonny and 90 this afternoon. The complete Wook Y forecast from Matt Milicevic up in about nine minutes. In the interim, will head downtown. That's where we find Metro Council president David James. He's calling on the mayor to take immediate action that after metro correction staffing at some critical levels over the weekend on Saturday, there were 18 officers running floor security in the jail for more than 1600 inmates. On Sunday, there were only 14 at least two floors. The facility operating with just one officer. I think that it's very important.
"one officer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Two detectives or emergency services. Any dancing and Joe bgn. Oh, I jumped on the side running border, their car, their truck and we were able to go down West Street. Would you make a turn onto Vessey? Here. One of them. I'm on the outside of the truck hanging on there on the inside, and I hear one of the officers inside Joe or any yelled another plane, another plane, and then the explosion happens. It was the second plane hitting the second tower. At that point, I knew we were under attack. So, but all the debris is coming down. It's coming down at us. And if we don't do something, we're dead. Luckily, there was that walkway that went from one building to the other. We drove under there. I told him drive under there. We stayed there until all the debris came down. And while that was happening, I went over the radio. And as you know, I alerted you and I told I told the operator that's about the time I arrived. I arrive one minute after The second building was hit. Yeah, and then you know, I told them to notify the White House and evacuate other buildings around the city. I told all the commanders, uh, to give me a level four mobilization. You know, a lot of things went into place, but but unfortunately You know, I get out of that truck. I went to the left. Uh Then he dancing Joe Vigil went to the right make it They died that day. Tell them who Joe Vigiano is really? Jo Jo Bell, Jovic. I mean, his brother was a fireman. I know. I know. You know, the family the father has now passed on. The father was a hero to wonderful family and to lose both sons, One fireman, and one officer was tremendous tragedy. Well, then you ended up with me at that makeshift command center. We we set up so we could have hard lines. And I was on the phone waiting for a call back. Actually, I was on the phone with the White House waiting for Cheney. I had just been told that Bush had been evacuated. That we did have Eircom er, but there were seven other planes are unaccounted for. Yep. And all of a sudden The death starts to shake. I hear all this noise, and then I hear a guy yell out the tower came down. Who was that? That was me. Yeah, and tell me what you thought because you and I had the same misconception we didn't talk about. We had the same misconception. Yeah, well, what happened was somebody came in and said the building came down the building now, so I'm thinking What I'm thinking is the top of the building where the plane hit. Probably this lodge itself and came down, But I walked out of the building, Did you? You walked out before? Before we tried to go out the basement. All that right right away. I went out the front door. Yeah, thing where we had come in, and you couldn't see your hand in front of your face. So I looked. I couldn't. I couldn't make heads or tails. What was going on? Because it was still too much of the debris and the smoke and everything, but I came back in and I yelled to you. Hey, the building came down. Yeah. Then the lights went out. If you remember the lights went out, and they went to emergency power, and we had to find a way to evacuate, and it took a while and ultimately we did you know, you know what I remember. I'm going to get him on. I think maybe tomorrow Member Joe, Remember Joe done was on crutches during that. Yeah. You had the hamstring. It poorly had hurt his hand string over the fourth of July and he was on crutches. He was there on crutches. Yeah, but you know, at one point when we were going back up and down, up and down to try to get out because we've got a little confusing for a while, I said to somebody you know what? Let's wait for Joe. Yeah, And they said you'll have to wait for choice right next year, and I looked and I said, Joe, where the crutches and he said I got rid of those different things. Yeah, it was like to cure. It was like the tours right there, Right through the middle of it. Yep. Yeah, he was, But I tell you, he wind up actually. Because of the crutches. You know, he couldn't really get on that street too much. You actually ran. He oversaw the the the command center operations of it, putting all of that together. He was the inside man that was the outside man. And that's how we sort of organized it. So let me ask you this. Unfortunately, we You know what? Tomorrow we'll go over to greater detail, but, uh How do you evaluate? Because then how long you would you then remain with Bloomberg and really handled the transition which was so necessary, And by the way, you did a great job. Thank you. I mean, If I had to nominate the most valuable Chief. Of the department. It would be show Esposito. Thank you. You handle you handle it. Or the most difficult time. Thank you. So then, then it was really a seamless transition, wasn't it? I mean, I felt really good about. I was so nervous at first. About, you know, are they going to be able to But I think you're part of the reason. I mean, well, I made the transit and, uh And you know,.
Piedmont Offering $30,000 to Captains and Upgrading First Officers
"Our first story comes up. Wait a minute where is this from pedley. Paddle your own canoe dot com. I didn't notice that. I'm not sure what that is but rob Pilots at piedmont seem to be making out financially pretty well these days well in terms of it's all relative to regional airline pilots but regional airline money has certainly gone up over the last few years From what we used to talk about pilots being paid peanuts and and they're making better but this time what really irked. Everybody was that the pilots got bonuses and the flight flight attendants are still arguing trying to get a contract and many people in the labor movement. Thought that was rather unfair and One of the comments. I saw this story was of course. It's unfair. that's what they have unions for because they have to fight for things like that. And i it never fails to amaze me that. Ceo's of any any organization can do things like that and say oh those people over there. Oh we we don't even see them they just don't exist But but hang on keep you know. Keep your dedication To the company going. Because we'll take care of you one of these days It's tough to Tough to stomach. I guess so. We should explain that. Piedmont is a wholly-owned subsidiary of american airlines it operates under the american eagle brand it's a regional carrier so Piedmont says they struck a deal with the alpa union. Where captains would receive a thirty thousand dollar retention bonus in november and additionally current i officers would get thirty thousand dollars. Also if and when they're promoted to captain
Officer-Involved Shooting Investigation Underway on Indy’s South Side
"Is what's trending at 12 03 shooting in Indianapolis on Friday night, where police say one police officer had to fire his gun. John Herrick reports. They were called to a report of shots fired around 8 30 at the Greentree apartment complex near Madison Avenue in Stop 11 Road. During the incident, police say there was an exchange of gunfire were one officer fired his gun and a suspect was hit. That person survived, but was taken to a hospital in critical condition. No officers were injured. Investigators say They've identified everyone involved in
3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque
"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or
Police Officers Deliver Emotional Testimony About Violent Day at Capitol
"D. C. Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Finnegan yesterday, describing what he encountered as he tried to protect the U. S Capital on January 6th. On that day I participated in the defense of the United States Capitol from an armed mob, an armed mob of thousands determined to get inside. Because I was among the vastly outnumbered group of law enforcement officers protecting the capital and the people inside it. I was grabbed, beaten, taste all while being called a traitor to my country. Was at risk of being stripped of and killed with my own firearm as I heard chance of kill him with his own gun. I could still hear those words in my head today via known was one of four officers who testified yesterday during the public first public hearing of the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the attack on the capital. D C Officer Daniel Hodges and Capitol Police officers Harry Dunn and Sergeant Jacqueline Logan. L also gave emotional testimony about the physical and verbal abuse. They suffered statements that are difficult to hear. No one had ever ever called me and while wearing the uniform of the Capitol police officer In the days following the attempted insurrection. Other black officers shared with me their own stories of racial abuse on January six. One officer told me he had never And his entire 40 years of life. Been called in to his face. And that streak ended on January six, a
With Muted Ceremony and Empty Stadium, Tokyo Olympics Begin
"Protesters face off with police outside the national stadium at the opening ceremony for the Tokyo twenty twenty Olympic Games was about to begin the stock demonstrates is moving forward to the stadium one officer shouting into a megaphone since it's dangerous please do not push the anti games will be hold up placards stop the Olympics no Olympics and cancel the Olympics save lives the games largely without spectators are going ahead as the international Olympic committee and the Japanese government faced strong opposition within the host nation I'm Charles so that's my
Interview With Emily Rhudy of ForeFlight Pilot Support Team
"And today we have. Emily rudy with us. She has been a member of our pilot support team for seven years now and is also a first officer. Aga- major airline. Emily thank you so much for talking to me today. Thanks for having me course. It's always great to talk to you especially a fellow emily at four flight. So we'd like to start off each episode by just explaining where we're at so behind me. I'm actually at pa- lashes. It's a great role coastal town in texas. You can fly their pick up this amazing decommissioned Crew car as you can see in the corner. Go out and get some seafood. Fly home. Great day trip. But where are you at. I'm in the bombardier seat of the twenty nine fi. Fi the air force. So how did you get to be in this spot and have this opportunity because that is amazing. The commemorative air force is a is a nonprofit organization. It's a living history museum and once in awhile. I go out with them. Certain air shows with the b twenty five between nine and just raising awareness so this was one of the tours a couple years ago. I took this photo waltham over colorado. I think so when they're going out and doing these tours. What are some of the main education points or objectives that they have Well it's you know to Educate inspire Honor the veterans that flew these men and women that flew these and just teach everyone about You know world war two and the korean war and these these warbirds flu and we're trying to go out there and raise money to keep them flying definitely and that's very important of course and i imagine with this opportunity you've had some very unique experiences or stories you can share with us. Oh absolutely You know we provide free rides for war two veterans so those are always a treat when you you know. There's not many laughed when you get to meet one And you know. Give them a ride or they get in the airplane. There was one guy that was probably ninety nine years old. And
"one officer" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Here flooding the streets and sidewalks. Two officers injured. Downtown in the Loop. Police spokesperson tells me that 61 people were arrested, most of them young adults and some miners arrested for things like battery, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and police tell us Those in the crowd were shooting bottle rockets officers jumping on police squad cars and resisting orders to disperse. One officer was injured when he was hit with a bottle rocket near the ear. Another suffered an ankle injury during a scuffle with an offender. Elsewhere in Chicago, more than 90 people were shot over the Fourth of July holiday weekend in Houston. A police officer has been shot a disturbance led to the shooting of a cop in Houston, Texas. Monday morning, officers say they spoke with a woman who had been arguing with a man over a parking spot in an apartment complex. The responding officers then went to the man's apartment to get his side of the story at some point When they were in the door talking. The mail immediately comes out and starts firing upon one of our officers. He was fired multiple times. He was struck at least twice in the arm. I think in the album and I think the best protected that police chief Troy Finner does not believe the officer fired his weapon. His partner immediately arrested the 26 year old suspect. Karen McCue FOX News six months after the riots on January, 6th, the capital still closed off to the public Chad program has the story. The capital was shuttered partly for the pandemic, partly for security and perhaps partly for politics. Lawmakers struggle to meet with constituents A security fence still encircles the capital Six months after the January riot. Fox has told the fence comes down in the coming days. But that doesn't mean the capital's completely open again. The capital is far from fully operational, even for lawmakers committee is still conduct hearings via zoom. The House instituted proxy voting last year so members could vote remotely during the pandemic, but bipartisan lawmakers believe members should vote in person with Covid subsiding. Capitol building has been closed off to the public for almost 16 months, originally closing its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. Can't believe I'm gonna put it this way. I remember the good old days of the Clinton administration when Caroline and I went to Washington, and we got to wander around in the capital. It was a Sunday So there was nobody in there, but every door was unlocked. I mean everything except the private offices. You could rock. You know, getting the elevator, go up and down and go crazy. I know it was. That's what we thought at the time. I said there's no security here. At all. Wow. But it just it felt like and then we toured the White House, too, and I felt like this. We're Americans, and this is all ours. It's the people's house. It is. Yeah, So that was that was quite a thrill coming up. There's something that's on the rise. That is not a good thing will tell you about that coming up next, but first traffic on the fives at 6 35 years. Bill.
"one officer" Discussed on AP News
"Once one for a total of five minutes just after midnight in the downtown residential part of Gaza City. Rescuers scramble to retrieve those stuck under the rubble. The Gaza Health Ministry reported. Over a dozen women and several Children were among those killed. Over 180 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including more than 50 Children with well over 1000 people wounded over seven people in Israel have been killed, including a five year old boy and a soldier. Throughout the day. Gazans mourn their dead relatives. One father well done considerably as he had the dead body of his small child as others gather to console in calm him. Later in the day. Rockets could also be seen firing from a position in Gaza City directed towards Israel. Hamas another militant groups have fired over 2900 rockets into Israel, many of which were intercepted by the Israeli military. I'm Karen Sharma's on Julie Walker. Some key details go on scene after police in Rochester, New York, release officer's body Cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday. Good, good. Good. One officer yells before shooting. And then at least nine shot every load right now. Okay. The video appears to show officers remove a gun from the back seat of the car where they were questioning a passenger. But it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired it. He's identified as 28 year old Mark Gaskill. Police say he's white and Hispanic. They also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off. Two officers are on administrative leave. The state attorney general is investigating, which is standard now. I'm Julie Walker. I'm Julie Walker. Native American tribes and some other groups say to New Arizona election laws won't make it any easier for their voters, despite what Republicans behind the changes contend One log is voters who didn't sign mail in ballots until election night, defying a lawsuit that would have given voters additional days. Another results in potentially tens of thousands being purged from getting mail ballots. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez says it's basically retaliation. The Navajo nation came out In big numbers. To support their candidate, Joe Biden. And you know this is a Systematic approach to pushing back, he adds. Tribal members face hurdles, driving hours to reach polling sites unreliable male and need for translators. Bill sponsor Republican State Senator Michelle You gently, Reda said. Claims of retaliation are outrageous. Not everything has to do with Biden and Trump. These are clean ups and fixes. I'm Julie Walker. It's Macy's one.
"one officer" Discussed on WTOP
"The University of Virginia know that being outside rather than being inside the house limit the spread of 19. In addition, we know that being fully vaccinated does decrease the risk of asymptomatic infection to put into together. It makes a lot of sense. Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Several protesters were arrested for breaking curfew the night before a court hearing on request to release body Cam Video of police shooting. Andrew Brown Jr to death City manager Mantra A. Freeman. I am very concerned. Mr Brown's family deserves some transparency that they're not receiving. These citizens in Elizabeth City deserve it. An independent autopsy finds Brown, who was black, was shot four times in the arm. And once in the back of the head, the FBI is launching a civil rights investigation. Police body Cam Video from Alameda, California captures officers pinning Mario Goat Gonzalez to the ground for five minutes before he dies. We're gonna take care of you. Okay. Police claim the 26 year old suffered a medical emergency after they tried to handcuff him. The video shows Gonzalez grunting and shouting and delays face down on some wood chips with one officer's elbow on his neck. Watery warning from the U. S to Tehran. CBS is Peter King. The Navy says three fast attack Iranian Revolutionary Guard boats were about 200 ft, away from the USS Fire bolt in a Coast Guard patrol boat Monday night in international waters in the northern Persian Gulf. A Navy spokeswoman says the fire bolt screw used both radio calls and loud hailing devices to warn the Iranian boats to back off police in Utah, looking for the person or people who watch the words white power, along with pornographic words and symbols into a piece of sacred native American Art rock near Moab. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p AP.
"one officer" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"The system off after it had been too late i guess. Residents in the city's downtown north end west end chain bomber fast or bauchi bought up fauci. Fa i'm trying to think of ways to pronounce that because bond phase probably wrong so Bonifaccio saint bonifaccio shape areas reported hearing to the officers conversations. Which at one point touch on oral snacks. They just touched upon that subject quickly. How can you just touch upon oral sex. I feel like when you when you bring up oral sex. Go without conversation for a while. Armstrong started brady armstrong. Said she she and her husband were sitting outside their west end home at around nine thirty pm when the chopper flew a loved them. Armstrong said she heard one officer asked. Can you give me a blowjob Oh she's had another ave replied. You have too much body. Hair shocked surprise. My jaw hit the ground eyes. Bulged out armstrong said adding. That husband was also surprised. He just looked at me and started laughing and said. Did you hear that honey. Did you really hear that part of the conversation were quickly posted on twitter and then spread further across social media. The tweet started about ten pm in caused hashtags like hashtag woops in hashtag speakerphone. Trend in the winnipeg area. One of the first people to tweet about overhearing the remarks natalie police blah blah blah blah told. Cbc news. she was enjoying a nice evening in her backyard with a friends when the voices came from the sky we pause to listen and we were shocked by what we heard. It was a hilarious in inappropriate. Human blooper moment she wrote in an email. I rarely tweet but this moment seemed to bizarre not to share. Most people just laughed off the incident but not brandy armstrong armed. She believes the officers involved should be disciplined because children think that children children in the area could have easily heard their remarks a hard time believing a helicopter is going to be crystal clear kind of like speaking through a megaphone. But then you also have the helicopter noise in the background. I don't think kids could understand what was going on. Interesting six games there. You go a little distorted view. Insensitive reenactment performed on the spot right. So armstrong here is very upset. A police officer they hold a very important job tons of people. Look up to them..
"one officer" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"There's a lot of protesters dispersed from Jack Callahan. Fox News a night of protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, ending in a cloud of chemical irritant in our time CNN and breathing right now. But You those officers. They are still out there on the street. What is not there with them anymore, or all the demonstrators. Alexis Mike Tobin reports. Police deployed tear gas after the crowd protesting the police shooting death of Dante writes during a traffic stop. Refused orders to disperse. Colonel Matt Longer of the Minnesota State Patrol says the protests were getting out of control. There were some fireworks. There were lasers, and there was enough activity to certainly go well against what we've been saying all along that we would not tolerate and so decisions needed to be made to push that crowd back from the fence and two Began to disperse the crowd and make arrests about 40 people were arrested Brooklyn City manager Kurt Ball Gainey was fired Monday after calling for due process for the officer involved publicly disagreeing with Mayor Mike Elliott, who's called for Officer Kimberly Potter's dismissal. Police chief says Potter meant to fire her Taser it right as he fled from police. Grabbed her service revolver. Instead. Prosecutors are expected to rest their case today in the trial of fired Minneapolis Police officer Derrick Show. Vin accused of murder and George Floyd's death in police custody last Memorial Day in Knoxville, Tennessee. High school student is dead after trading shots with police Responded, that would call of a person with a gun in the school. One officer was shot and wounded. It was just very chilling..
"one officer" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish
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"one officer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You have told presence to accountability you have to and listen. I'll go back many years to build Clinton. Actually believe Bill Clinton is a rapist. I do believe that We had a woman on our show six or seven months ago, who claimed that she was raped by Bill Clinton many years ago. I believe her Bill Clinton need to be held to accountability. I mean, I wish he was held to accountability for the sexual assault. He certainly was held to accountability for lying to the American public. I wish every politician was held to that same standard. It just so happened. You know, Bill Clinton had Sexual favors in the Oval Office, which certainly embarrassed the country. Other than that, I think the president was actually bet President Clinton did a pretty good job. He left office with surplus he was able to work with Republicans. I think Bill Clinton did a lot of good things, but he also embarrassed the country by lying. He humiliated his wife. It certainly didn't bother her enough to where he stuck by him, which surprised me, but that's another story for another show. We need to hold our politicians accountable, whether they're Republicans or Democrats, whether they're still in office or not, it doesn't matter. Five people died. Several officers died. One officer was hit over the head with a fire extinguisher and died. Two other officers committed suicide. I need to go on and on. We had a woman that was trampled. These were needless deaths. They shouldn't have happened. And I'm sorry, ladies and gentlemen, But if Donald Trump didn't incite this thing it wouldn't have happened to begin with. So we're going to take a quick break. We'll take some calls a little bit later on in the show, but we're gonna take a quick break. When we come back, we're gonna be joined by former Cuban on conspirator and the lady who made national news. For live facebooking. Going into a target store, ruining the mask section and making some absurd crazy comments. Well, guess what? Melissa Ryan Lively that labor news. I'm really influenced a one of a special enrollment period for healthcare. Americans in the market for health insurance. Now have three months to check out offerings on healthcare dot dub. The president ordered the special enrollment.
"one officer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"One officer returned fire at that point. Manley says it all came to an end. As the man opened up the front door of that home. He was holding the child in what was described as somewhat of a hostage position in front of him. One of our SWAT officers fired on the suspect at that moment, striking the suspect. So basically this guy comes to the door. He uses a child to shield himself allegedly on ends up getting shot anyway. That shot was fatal. He's dead. The child he was using as a shield was rescued along with the child's mother. Both are unharmed, although further details about shooter and the officers involved here are not yet known. Then there was this wild chase last night began in Austin. It ended in Williams and county involving an Austin fire truck on also, police officer reported seeing a man driving the A FD truck near the U. T campus. He called in the report DPS got involved. The truck was brought to a stop about an hour and a half later north about 9 35 all the way from Gerald team in mind if they saw the U. T campus. Stop him in general, using spike strips he was arrested. His name's not known. Also unclear how he managed to steal a truck, which he said to have boosted from a fire station near MLK and Guadalupe. So why he did it how he got in a lot of questions here. Not often. You see a guy in a stolen fire truck and left the keys later. That's what I wanna know. How did he get this? I would assume you just can't just walk. Or maybe you can just walk can start the truck and go. Oh, I've never said it in the captain's chair of a fire destroyed by my wife. Has and shit. Maybe she could confirm this, but I would imagine driving a fire truck. It's not like getting on the car of Ah, Cadillac. You know, it's probably a wash my eyes it. Push button is the key. We gotta have a fuck. You've got a client. You gotta prime the pump. What You gotta do the crime, the clutch. I don't know. Just so, this guy, this family, I imagine this guy has some kind of truck driving skill would think it's got backup cameras too. I would think so, but tons of sensors like that I would think, but you definitely don't hear about that every day. Stolen fire truck brought to a halt Spike strips. Fascinated to know what what the ultimate plan Woz and how you explain to those of folks that where'd you get that factor? That thing? I've had it forever. Never seen my fire truck. What? You're in goal here now. Now that you're in the truck now was no one that they used Spike strips to stop it up there on the interstate bound. I 35 about Gerald. Yeah, right around. If exit to 73. I think it brought at least two lanes of not all lanes of traffic to closure. Nobody hard there. No, but nobody was hurt. He was apprehended. Was arrested right there on scene. I'm sure we'll find out more about can't wait to hear that story look like the al Cowling and O J. Simpson about the white Bronco is just you know, I Yeah, well, we'll find out. You know, maybe this guy had some kind of motive. There you go. No, no, thank you, Patrick. Now we have a fire man. I gotta get a full report of all these stories on the front page of our Web sites at news radio. K l b j dot com There you're listening to the best of Todd and don On news, radio K.
"one officer" Discussed on KOMO
"Five people have died. At least 36 were taken to hospitals, including one officer who was injured in the crash. The accident involving around 100 vehicles happened at about sunrise in sub freezing temperatures and a light drizzle. That left 18 wheelers on their sides and cars piled on top of trucks down a one mile stretch of interstate 35. ABC. Is Jim Ryan reporting You're listening to ABC. New Stay Connected, Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop News continues on Co Moh news, 1000 FM 97 7 and eight Welcome to a very chilly Thursday morning, with snow looming in the forecast for many right now, 31 clouds in downtown Seattle. I'm Tom Hunter with our top stories for the couple, 24 7 News Center and Brace yourself for a blast of winter. Go on me. Do you wanna just Shannon O'Donnell says the South sounds going to see a little bit of it today, and all of us will eventually get in on the action. By the time we hit into Friday night and into Saturday that snow will start flying, and it keeps going and going deep into Saturday, latest on the forecast and the preparations for the snow start with caramel meteorologist Kristen Clarke in just a couple minutes. Crews have already started pre treating hundreds of miles of road into coma. The storm, also prompting Pierce County to move up a two day mass vaccination event at the Tacoma Dome. It was supposed to launch today but started yesterday to get ahead of the weather. 880 people vaccinated there. This is my cab today with Pierce County emergency management. We know that there's a huge demand for Vaccine, but we also have toe factor in the safety issue. Today, schools in the five district will be operating remotely due to the Winter Storm. Cole's Cara consummate spoke with Seattle Marry Jenny Durkin about the impending snow storm officials say they want folks and neighbors to be prepared. Have supplies and groceries that you may need before weather hits and be ready if your power goes out. Officials are also asking residents to shovel their sidewalk and check on their neighbors. If you're a transit rider, Metro says, be prepared for delays as Busses transition to snow rounds a couple things that we've learned from past no storms that we want everyone to know his number one have patients When snow falls, it comes quickly. It could be very disabling usually doesn't last too long. We will not be able to get every street in city of Seattle. That's why we have what we call the emerald and gold routes or when Sam.
"one officer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"At the officers and one officer returned fire at that point, family says the stand up ensued but later ended when the suspect holding the child revealed himself to police, which one took the deadly shot ending the hostage situation. Both hostages were rescued. John Cooley news radio K O B. J. Austen, please believe two men, who are now in custody may be tied to a string of crimes stretching from Austin down the New Braunfels. And well where to and Jonathan Zavala were arrested this week and charged with killing two people late last year. But please think they're also behind at least 11 other cases dating back to September, including aggravated assaults and car theft. Williamson County State Senator Charles Short nurse filed a bill that would force cities and counties to work together when it comes to big issues, such as addressing homelessness. This comes as county leaders of blasting the city of Boston for an alleged lack of communication. When the city decided to purchase the Candlewood Suites Hotel for homeless housing. We need to find a better way forward to address the homeless situation in central Texas. What has been enacted by the city of Austin through their city Council is not right. There's a lot of tough talk coming out of Williams, a candy aimed at Austin, right now, County Judge Bilge Ravel still very upset with the city for refusing to communicate about that candle would purchase you have stepped over the line without coming to the table and having a conversation. I'm willing to have that conversation. But if you are not way will take you to a conversation in the local courthouse and you will not be pleased with the outcome. Rebels has only one member of the Austin Council has been willing to have any communication despite the fact that he's the chief executive officer Williams in county Hey, school district says Doster Middle School is going 100% virtual for the next 14 days due to the discovery of the UK variant of covert 19 and a student due to the increased infectivity of that variant, the district hopes to mitigate any spread by keeping people away for two weeks. This morning. There are 13 fewer people hospitalized for Corona virus as the overall total is nearing the three hundreds once again. Austin Public Health says there are 411 hospitalizations today out of the 3695 active cases. That number of active cases is 151 less than a day ago. 68,576 people have recovered from the 72,972 confirmed cases. Austin Mayor Steve Adler is hopeful the $1.9 trillion Biden relief proposal wins approval soon, Mother says if nothing changes as proposed $500 million minimum would be guaranteed for states with county's getting funding based on population. This stays the way they looked. When it came out of the mark up, it would look like Boston. We get about $181 billion And Travis County would get $249 billion, says that would be Maura than the city and county got in the first round of Cares Act funding a long time Austin business that closed its doors last year will be reopening cap city comedy clubs as it'll begin booking local and national acts again this fall at a new location in the domain for 35 years, Cap City Comedy Club was an operation You're one of the three and Lamar and Austin based dating at Bumble Going public today with what's expected to be a $2.2 billion AIPO Bumble plan to sell 50 million shares at 43 Bucks apiece. Securities filing says the move could put bubbles value valuation as high as $9 billion.32 degrees in Flipper ville right now, and I'm Patrick Osborne, Get Austin News on demand at.
"one officer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Work. I'm not giving you go ahead, Shout it out. It's not in order Gentlemen are perceived to members nearly came to blows one of the Maryland Republican Andy Harris, He'll join mornings on the mall at 8 35 this morning to tell his side of the story last night managed somehow to remain relatively calm. Once police shut down Capitol Hill and the 6 P.m. curfew took effect. All gold with this curfew, which has been the same with previous curfews is to obtain voluntary compliance. From individuals. We verbalized warnings of the curfew and anyone refused to leave. Officers began to initiate arrest. Casey Police chief Robert Conte says more than 50 people were arrested, most of them for ignoring that curve you more than a dozen police officers were injured during yesterday's violence, including one officer who was seriously injured when he was pulled into a group of rioters who severely beat him. Three members of the Northern Virginia family are dead, three others facing life threatening wounds after one member went on a killing spree that started near Manassas. Last night. A 21 year old shot four people they're killing a 55 year old man and wounding two women in a teenage boy about an hour later, and Faqir County police were called to a car crash, where they found another man shot and killed a short distance away. They found the apparent gunman. He was dead of an apparent suicide. The names of the victims have not been released The case under investigation In Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is joining Maryland, Larry Hogan and warning hospital systems and health providers. There will be a use it or lose it. Policy on Corona virus vaccines Anyplace not distributing vaccine quickly. Enough. We'll see their supplies reduced going forward. Move quickly, please. Empty those freezers. Clear those shelves deploy those doses show US shots in Virginia's arms. Northern's goal is to see the state step up to 25,000 vaccinations. Today, the virus is spreading faster than ever in Montgomery County case count is 531. This is about 10 times higher than we worked in the lower points and obviously, Montgomery County executive Mark Albert says even though the vaccine is good news, the pandemic has not gone away. Well, County health officer Dr Travis Scales says the vaccine rollout Continues. Goal is to this distribute somewhere between 1,502,000 doses each day, Gail says they want at least 55,000 Montgomery County residents vaccinated by tomorrow. Barbara Britt W M. A. L and W M a l dot com Checking your money. The Dow futures up 99 this morning. The NASDAQ futures up 78 in Sports. Bradley Beal Ties are Wizards record by scoring 60, but it's not enough. They fall to the Sixers and end their two game win streak. COLLEGE HOOPS Virginia Beach Wake Forest. Georgetown felt Butler George Mason felt a V C u up next traffic and weather is mornings on the mall Continues on 105.9 FM W. M A L.
"one officer" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is live in the breaking news center, the district attorney's Michael gravely walking through the investigation right now. The officer shot Blake in the back seven times after a scuffle outside of Blake's vehicle. Bravely says after a thorough investigation. It is my decision. Now that I announce today before you No Kenosha, Law enforcement officer in this case will be charged with any criminal offenses based on the facts and the laws as I will describe them to you now. So it is our decision that no charges will be filed gravely, says the officer was concerned Blake would stab someone. The shooting that was caught on video prompted several days of violent protests across Kenosha, The U. S attorney's office continues to conduct a civil rights investigation into this case. Meanwhile, the family of Jacob Lake expressing anger over the decision, uncle of Jacob Blake says they're not taking the decision not to charge the officers involved lightly and those who believe that black lives matter. Turned up around this nation. Let's not have no regard for tolerate this anymore. Things otherwise quiet around Kenosha, at least for now, and Civic Center park. The streets are empty. Other than dozens of National Guard members standing watch protecting the courthouse in surrounding buildings. It's not expected to be empty for long in Kenosha, Tony Braddock WTMJ News as the eyes of the state around Kenosha family in Milwaukee is still fighting for justice for their son, Jose Azevedo and his wife were still trying to put the pieces of that night together along with violent and he punched him do that. 911. What I heard was he was scared. He wanted to go home. Isolate a family attorney Be ivory Lamar telling 117 the true story alot that Maddie oldies firing isn't enough. There's only been one officer card. We believe that the two other individuals who partook in the incident on April 19th should also be brought to justice. Maddie only was fired from MPD last year, he said to stand trial in March. Mike Spaulding WTMJ news. Citing unlimited WTMJ news time 4 33.