27 Burst results for "Oregon State Police"
21-car crash near Wilsonville, Oregon, stalls traffic on I-5
"More than 20 cars were involved in a crash on Interstate five New Wilsonville, Oregon Saturday afternoon. Wilsonville is about 17 miles south of Portland, according to Oregon State police. The trash traffic collision blocked all North bound lanes for roughly an hour before authorities were able to clear one lane to let other cars pass and trouble. 21 cars were involved. Investigators are saying they believe only minor injuries were
"oregon state police" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Our top local story. Oregon in Washington Legislatures gaveling decision amid covert 19 and political division in the country. 11 90 Katie Exes Brad Ford reports. Oregon State Police are outside the capital and Salem, where the 2021 legislative session is now underway, called The House of Reporting. And House Speaker Tina Kotex says the legislature faces the pandemic and systemic racism. 10 months have challenged And inspired US co tankards lawmakers to listen to each other and debate the issues. The capital is closed because of Copan 19 something Senate President Peter Courtney regrets I wish today. The building to be open. I mean that. I mean that, Courtney says. It'll be a difficult session, but he's urging all members to work together to make it successful. Meanwhile, 750, members of the Washington State National Guard are helping Washington State troopers protect the capital in Olympia, where the Legislature began its 2021 session today. Governor Jay Inslee says he wants the demonstrators to stay peaceful. I'm very hopeful that our conclusion at the end of this day that this was not necessary lawmakers have to meet once in person in order to approve rules allowing them to me. Virtually because of the pandemic. Demonstrators are opposed to that encounter. Protesters are expected last week, Demonstrators broke onto the grounds of the governor's mansion. Oregon State police are working through 150 tips they've received in connection with the death of a young girl in Lincoln County. They still don't know who she is, but they've ruled out six other missing Children, including 12, year old Addison Gibson and seven year old Noel Johnson, both of Portland, and seven year old Nyah Belinda from Pendleton or Red. Still, Washington investigators asked. The people.
"oregon state police" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Everyone wear a mask. It's a patriotic duty. Our administration's gonna require massive boring where I have the power to do so the president elect can do that for federal workers and on interstate trains and planes. He also urged President Trump to help save his supporters lives by asking them to wear one to Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Covert variant discovered in Britain confirmed in a 20 year old in Colorado, say health officials, experts say it appears to spread faster. Locking two attempts from Democratic senators to pass a bill to boost covert relief checks to $2000 Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The House has already passed a measure while the House has already voted to override President Trump's veto of a defense spending bill. Senator Bernie Sanders from not independent objected to the Senate considering an override until there's a vote on the stimulus check President Trump President elect Biden. Minority leader truck, Schubel. The speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi, are all in agreement. We have got to raise that direct. Payment to $2000 well, law enforcers look into what may have led. Anthony wanted to detonate a bomb in his RV outside of Nashville, Tennessee. 18 T building Christmas Morning. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has some of what they are learning. Investigators are looking into evidence that Anthony Warner was interested in various conspiracy theories, including some involving lizard people, the belief that a shape shifting reptilian creature may appear in human form. Bent on world domination. Warner authorities believe also spent time hunting for alien life forms in a nearby state park. You're listening to ABC News. Do you check your group? Our top local story. Oregon State Police are asking for your help to identify the remains of a young girl found dead in the Van Boozer forced quarter along Highway 18, the state medical examiner says she was between 6.5 and 10. Years old. The girl is between 3 ft. 10 inches and 4 ft. Six inches tall with long, dark hair. She'd been dead for at least a month. But they're not releasing the cause of death or where the body was found. If you have information, contact Oregon State police a Southwest Portland apartment has major damage after Fire caused by a Christmas tree. Portland fire Lieutenant Wendy Stanley says the fire at the apartment your Southwest second and need was sparked by the lights. The fire.
"oregon state police" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"It's a worst case scenario. That's the word from California's lead doctor, Health and Human Services secretary Dr Mark Gallant that there might be situations where Certainly, staff are stretched pretty thin and not every patient gets the same level of attention that we would hope they would. It would mean doctors making tough decisions about who gets care based on who would likely have the best outcome. Alex Stone, ABC News Los Angeles here, Colorado officials announcing the first confirmation of that covert 19 variant or mutation originally found in Britain. Also not enough for President Trump and his fellow supporters of a higher amount. Covert relief checks sent to Americans, the Democrats, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer on the demand for $2000 check. I don't want to hear that we can't afford it. Don't want to hear that it would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refusing to bring the House passed measure up for a vote. McConnell expected to allow a vote on overriding the president's veto of a military spending bill later on this week. Not once in six decades. Has a Congress let it differences prevented from completing this work for our national security and our men and women. You wear the uniforms? The house has already voted to override the veto. You're listening to ABC news beyond Our top local story. Five Oregon counties are now being allowed to loosen covert 19 restrictions. 11 90 Katie excess. Brad Ford has the latest on the risk assessment. See, Oregon Health Authority is allowing five counties to move from extreme risk to high risk their class up. Who's Douglas Lincoln and Morrow that will allow indoor dining in restaurants after 25% maximum occupancy. As many as six people can be seated at a table churches can have up to 150 people indoors for services. Fitness centers and indoor entertainment and also resume operations. 24 counties remaining the extreme risk category. Seven counties are at lower risk, which has the least restrictions. Meanwhile, another Oregon prison inmate has died with covert 19, The inmate at the Oregon State Penitentiary and Salem was between 55 65 years old. This is the 21st inmate in the Department of Corrections to die after testing positive. Oregon State police are asking for help to identify the remains of a young girl. Found dead in the Van Boozer corridor along Highway 18, the state medical examiner says she was between 6.5 and 10 years old. She's between 3 FT. 10 inches and 4 ft. Six inches tall with long, dark brown or black hair. She had been dead for at least a month. They're not releasing the cause of death or where the body was found. If you have information, contact Oregon State police, many downtown Portland business owners are frustrated by an increase in crime. Brad McRae owns Club Candy and tells Katie They've been hit several times after setting up outside area for customers. It took us a long time to get.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown on COVID-19 Surge and New Restrictions
"In oregon like so many states across the us. kobe. Hospitalizations are now at record levels on sunday alone. Health officials reported more than eight hundred new cases of covid nineteen just two days earlier. Oregon governor kate brown announced new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the disease hearkening back to the early days of the pandemic starting today. There will be a two week freeze in oregon limiting restaurants and bars to take out only enclosing gyms museums and other places of indoor and outdoor recreation already. The new restrictions are being met with backlash some business owners especially in the restaurant industry and some elected officials have criticized the decision with some worried about what it will mean for their businesses survival. So what do the new restrictions mean for the state to answer that and more we went right to the source. My name is kate. Brown governor oregon. Here's what governor brown told me about. Why the two week freeze was necessary. Hospitalizations are rising sharply in oregon. And in fact our metro area hospitals are being stretched to capacity and some have voluntarily began to stop surgeries to preserve beds and staff capacity. These measures are necessary to give oregon a fighting chance to stop covid. Nineteen cases governor. Are you also concerned about the potential shortages for medical personnel from other parts of the country. Given that so much of the country is now battling a covid. Nineteen much more than it was in the beginning of the pandemic absolutely my top priority is governor is to save lives and keep oregonians healthy. We use science and data here To make decisions that is you know. we're surrounded by hot spots from idaho To washington to california each one of us can make a difference. We're truly all in this together and we all have to take action To keep ourselves healthy families healthy and our communities healthy governor you mentioned the state of california and washington you also recently signed a new coronavirus travel advisory in conjunction with those two states and those two governors. What's the hope. They're our hope is that we will send a very clear message to folks living on the west coast. We want you to travel. But we you to do it safely and we ask you to quarantine for two weeks both prior to your departure and upon your return the virus obviously spreads very readily from person to person and it's critically important That we protect our vulnerable populations are elderly are folks with underlying health conditions and Appreciate the willingness of my fellow governors on the west coast take immediate action They're also limits that you've put on private social gatherings limiting those two six people but governor with those private gathering limitations and the travel advisory restrictions. How are you expecting to enforce those particularly as we head into the first of a couple of holidays namely thanksgiving. I've directed the oregon state police to work with local law enforcement to enforce gathering limits. But it's much in the same way as local officers respond to noise complaints for loud parties for example and issue citations. I'm not expecting law enforcement to be going door to door. But certainly in cases where there's a flagrant violation people should and will be cited. What's the threshold you're looking for. In terms of determining whether further restrictions will be needed. Look i've said all along. I'm not going to be the party police. This is really up to individuals to take responsibility for their actions. What we know. is that informal. Social gatherings are super spreader events. So i've asked oregonians to limit their social gatherings keep it to own household and no more than six people and no more than two households. I know this is really really hard. We all want to spend thanksgiving with our families. I have to tell you we have great family events Friends family fabulous food. We play games. But i would rather celebrate in a very small group. This thanksgiving and then have a fabulous festivity next thanksgiving and see all of my family members. Lived through this pandemic
"oregon state police" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Has more demonstrations started in the tent neighborhood of North Portland. It was then declared unlawful assembly by Portland police who made 24 arrests after they say that protesters refused to leave the area and started throwing rocks and other objects at police. An officer who was punched in the face was hospitalized. Five other officers had a chemical sprayed on them. In past demonstrations. Police lab protesters to block Lombard Avenue but police say has no longer effective and when people refuse to get out of the street last night, police declared it an unlawful assembly. Oregon State police were investigating an officer involved shooting during a hostage situation in South East Salem yesterday, troopers say three people died, including a child in a home in the four Corners area on deputy fired an undetermined number of rounds. His officers forced their way inside 24 year old D R a boost a boost owes an 11 year old boy were killed. The suspect, 34 year old Jose Lopez, Tinoco, Woodburn, died of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound. The deputy is on administrative leave. All evacuation orders have been lifted. In Clackamas County, 1100 homes were still under level three in level two evacuation warnings. Firefighters continue to make progress on the riverside fire. It remains a 37% containment, nearly 1300 tonnes of radioactive waste will stay where it is at Oregon's only hazardous waste landfill near Arlington. Public comment on the plan is set for tomorrow in the morning in the 30th hold of virtual meeting for interested members of the public will be followed by an evening meeting an outdoor knew in Arlington for the local community. You would prefer an in person meeting Jeff Bright with the States Nuclear Safety Division, Chemical Waste Management and its parent company were fined $368,000 Bright, says the company's analysis shows it is safer to leave the waste where it is, then move it out of Oregon. I'm Brad Ford News RADIO 11 an E K G X Take up knowing you. Your evening is pretty.
Oregon wildfire under criminal arson investigation, police say
"Enforcement authorities in Oregon have opened a criminal investigation into one of the major wildfires burning in that state is Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. At least one person was killed by the fire and hundreds of homes have been burned. Oregon State police into local police departments are looking into how the Alameda Fire in southern Oregon began as part of an arson investigation. So far, the fire has burned at least 600 homes, mostly in the towns of Phoenix and talent. Hi. O'Mara is the chief of the Ashland Police Department. It involves not only the studying of the fire, but the death of somebody immediately after the fire was set somebody that was killed by the fire. That investigation is criminal and it is ongoing. The numbers of homes, businesses and people lost in the fire raging across Oregon are all expected to increase in the coming days as fires continue to spread in the damages assessed.
"oregon state police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Are in place. I feel like if she thought it was safe to be indoors, getting her hair done with her mask down. Then maybe it is actually safe. Maybe we should be allowed to open. But we're also hearing from the chair of the California GOP today, Kitty saying that this whole thing is an outrage her defense that she doesn't know the law. I think that's a lie. Every woman in San Francisco has been dying to get their hair done for the last five months, knows what the rules are now Pelosi's office as said that she was told by the salon that the city of San Francisco would allow one customer inside at a time and that she was following their guidance. They claim that's what she was told. You got some business owners saying And this is her, blaming the salon not owning up for what she did. Now we did just hear a response from Pelosi herself, she says. I take responsibility for trusting the word of the neighborhood salon that I've been to many times. She says it was a setup and that she takes responsibility for falling for a set up. Her office believes that because there's surveillance video immediately went to Fox News and was broadcast on there That somebody was in on that and that she was brought in there so that she would be caught on video. But but it's definitely something that's been blowing up. And that is a B C's Alex Stone. Alright for 25, Oregon State police troopers have been deputized deputized by the Feds. Michael Casters in Portland this afternoon Reporting for cave became a T u in Portland reports. It means the Oregon State Police can act on behalf of the feds, even though they worked for a state agency. State police has worked with the U. S attorney's office to review arrest. But it didn't confirmed. If any of the people that it is a rusted have been federally charged. US. Peace says it isn't criticizing the Multnomah County district attorney but to meet the governor's charge. For bringing violence to an end. We will use all lawful methods at our disposal. The D A has said he won't prosecute certain charges stemming from the ongoing protests in Portland that have now entered.
"oregon state police" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"NBC News radio. I'm Tom Roberts. White House Deputy Press secretary Brian Morgenstern, says Joe Biden's visit to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Tomorrow is too little too late. We're glad that the Democrats are finally taking it seriously. It's just that President Trump has been speaking about this for months, and he has been talking about federal support to restore safety in the streets, Morgenstern tells Fox News. Democrats have been ignoring civil unrest caused by the shooting of Jacob Blake, adding the Democratic presidential nominees visit to Kenosha tomorrow is politically motivated. He says President Trump was in Kenosha yesterday was just trying to help keep people safe and restore order to the area. The former vice president says President Trump doesn't think that trying to reopen schools is a national emergency going back to school for millions of Children in the impacts on their families in the community. Is a national emergency in Delaware today, Biden said schools could be safely re opening now if the Trump administration had properly handled the Corona virus pandemic, he says President Trump has led an effort marked by Failure and delusions. Minnesota health officials say someone who attended the Sturgis motorcycle Rally in South Dakota is dead because of covert 19 complications about 365,000 people attended the 10 Day rally, and most of them did not wear masks. Officials have already linked 250 Corona virus cases to the rally. The person who died was in their sixties. And had been hospitalized in intensive care, Senator Chris Kun says the high number of male and balance this election may initially skew voting data on election night. Donald Trump may initially show a significant positive result that will only be addressed over several days. As mail in ballots get counted, the Delaware Democrat tells MSNBC. It may take a few days to determine the actual winner of the popular vote. The Dow is approaching its all time closing, Hyatt added. 454 points today, You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Oregon State police troopers have been deputized by the feds. Michael Kastner has more from Portland, Katie you in Portland reports It means the Oregon State Police can act on behalf of the feds, even though they worked for a state agency. State police has worked with the U. S attorney's office to review arrest. But it didn't confirm that any of the people that it is arrested have been federally charged. US. Peace says it isn't criticizing the Multnomah County district attorney but to meet the governor's charge of bringing violence to an end. We will use all lawful methods at our disposal. The D A has said he will Prosecute certain charges stemming from the ongoing protests in Portland that have now entered their 1/100 day. Michael Kastner, NBC NEWS RADIO Portland, Oregon, The Mississippi Flag Commission is choosing a flag. Two months after a state legislators voted to remove the Confederate battle emblem. The Flag Commission voted 8 to 1 to choose the new Magnolia flag over the Great River flag. The commission also approved to change to rename the flag to the in God. We trust flag in November, voters will ultimately decide to either accept or reject the flag Commissions choice. Khan is building his very own metropolis in Africa. Singer announced this week that construction on his $6 billion project called Con City instead of a con, compared it to technologically advanced Wakanda in Black Panther. He hopes a Con city will provide much needed jobs for the Senegalese and will also serve as a home back home for black Americans and others facing racial injustices. Nikola Greatest NBC NEWS radio, a mysterious hearse no longer system, the bottom of the Detroit River. The Daily Tribune reports that while police officials in Trenton and gross I'll knew about the hearses location for awhile, they have recently removed it during the down River dive teams monthly training. On Thursday, they finally remove the vehicle from about 20 ft. Below the surface, where it sat for about four years. Authorities are investigating who's hearse? It is and how it got down there. Tom Roberts and Kitchen Angels needs your.
State police returning to Portland following deadly shooting
"Protests continue in Portland where Oregon state police will be back today to help local authorities as president trump in the city's mayor fight over who is to blame for ongoing violence a man was killed over the weekend when a caravan of trump supporters clashed with counter protesters the president re tweeted the name of the victim who was described as one of his backers and blame to Portland's democratic mayor for the death calling Ted Wheeler a fool for allowing protests to continue for months a visibly angry Wheeler responded yesterday it's you who have created the hate and the division addressing the president through the camera and asking why they don't work together for a change Sager mag ani Washington
"oregon state police" Discussed on WTOP
"T opinion students are also returning to classes online in Prince George's Charles Frederick in ST Mary's Counties and Stafford in Manassas City in Virginia. A swell as in D. C. Other news of the morning. President Trump is not welcome in Kenosha tomorrow. That's according to Wisconsin Democratic Governor Tony Evers. He's urging the president to reconsider travelling to the site of recent protests against police brutality that have themselves become brutally violent. The president plans to meet with police officers and inspect the damage caused by the riots. Businesses have been vandalized. A multiple car lots have been burned. The White House has replied to governor ever saying the president is humbled by the outreach of individuals from Cannes. OSHA who do welcome the president's visit. In Portland. A self described anti fascist man is under investigation in the fatal shooting Saturday night of a Trump supporter. After competing rallies, 48 year old Michael Rhino was spotted on video leaving the shooting scene. Meantime, President Trump and Joe Biden have been weighing in on that shooting. Vice President Joe Biden called deadly violence in Portland unacceptable and a tragedy. Button condemned the incident and said President Trump should do the same in a tweet, the president suggested Biden is unwilling to lead on crime and two the only way to stop it is through strike. Correspondent Nicole Kelly and some members of Congress are taking issue with President Trump's criticism of leaders of cities that were hard hit by recent protests. W T. O P S Rachel Miller is on Capitol here. President Trump's trip to Kenosha, Wisconsin this week is viewed with skepticism by Congresswoman Karen Bass, the chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. He is campaigning. It's clear his campaign is all about law and order. It's a throwback to the past, and he's going to do everything to disrupt law and order. Bass spoke on CNN's state of the union. But White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, speaking on NBC's meet the Press. Says. When protesters go beyond peaceful demonstrations more must be done. He pointed to what happened near the White House, the final night of the Republican National Convention. What we saw where some of the splinters that came off of that that we're running around in the streets of Washington, D. C accosting center to Rand Paul that you know about but many, many others on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P knew ahead of more evidence that there is just one thing that can turn a covert infection Deadly. It's 7 35, Virginia Lottery. He has a new game. This is Kino and this is how you play you pick up the 10 numbers out of 80. Kino.
"oregon state police" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Notified Congress on Saturday that the intelligence committee will be scaling back in person congressional briefings on election security. In his letter to Congress announcing the change, Ratcliffe said that the intelligence committee would switch over to written updates on election security issues to ensure that intelligence information is not misunderstood nor politicized Any Bennett in Washington Meanwhile, Oregon State police are returning to Portland to help local authorities there after the fatal shooting of a man over the weekend following a confrontation between Trump supporters and those supporting black lives matter that led to an argument between President Trump and the city's mayor. Over Who's to blame for the violence. Meanwhile, the president's scheduled ahead to Kenosha, Wisconsin, tomorrow amid theory over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, the 29 year old back black man who was left paralyzed. Trump and Biden. Presidential campaigns are making plans to increase travel and speeches leading up to election day. We could expect to see more airport rallies like the one president Trump held in New Hampshire on Friday night. Open air events with smaller crowds will replace large indoor rallies because of the Corona virus. Advisers say he will have an aggressive travel schedule over the next two months. Joe Biden will also hit the campaign trail, especially in battleground states. His aides say The events will follow public health guidelines, which means no indoor crowded rallies and lots of mask wearing Great club stint Washington More than 1000 University of Alabama. Students tested positive recovered 19 since the start of on campus classes last week. 492 students across their three campuses tested positive between Thursday and Tuesday. Bringing the total number to over 1000, Maura townhall dot com. Writing involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Past results do not guarantee future performance stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the markets returning to free Corona virus levels, unemployment rate shifting and the upcoming election.
"oregon state police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Here Monday, August 17th 2020. You are listening to the O'Reilly Update. Here's what's happening today in America. The Oregon State Police abandoned downtown Portland. Former FBI attorney pleads guilty in the Russian case Ah law professor claims Kamala Harris is not an American citizen. New Jersey moves to mail in voting. Sales of bulletproof This spike in New York City also ahead, Kamala Harris and America but first state troopers from Oregon pulling out of besiege Portland over the district attorney's refusal to prosecute rioters. The officers were deployed to a federal courthouse after the Trump administration remove federal agents following 11 weeks of protests. Portland State police arrested 500 people. But less than 50 have been charged Stay. Police say that is on acceptable. Former FBI lawyer Kevin Kline. Smith, pleading guilty to falsifying information during the Russian probe, the first criminal referral from US Attorney John Durham's review. Off the bureaucratic investigation into the Trump campaign. The president says the fallout is just beginning and quote you'll be hearing more. Chapman University in California as a law professor named John Eastman. He says Senator Camilla Harris is in eligible to serve his vice president because she's not really an American citizen. He's been believes the 14th Amendment provides citizenship on Ly to those whose parents are naturalized in the Yusa. Senator Harris is the daughter of immigrants from Jamaica and India, who were not citizens when she was born in California. The theory is a loser and hurts opponents. Of the Biden Harris ticket. New Jersey Governor Murphy signing an executive order providing a Mallon ballot for every voter in the Garden state. The Democrats, saying the move will help slow the spread of cold it. Folks in New York City, taking security into their own hands. Now, with all the violence, sales of bulletproof vests jumped 80% compared to 2019. First time buyers site anti police protesters, looting and violent crime on the rise shootings in New York City up to 100% since June. In a moment what Camilla Harris really wants Right back. Are you sick of not being able to fall asleep? Are you struggling to be productive? Because your sleep is suffering? Kemba has developed a science back solution that targets the cause of sleeplessness. Racing thoughts. This drug free, clinically validated solution has changed lives across the country. Where the new.
"oregon state police" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Not just police. Prosecutors, both state and federal are committed to making that happen. Also to note there is a planned protests for this weekend that is expected to shut down the Dan Ryan Expressway. Illinois State Police say that they are aware of those plans and are working to protect the rights of those peacefully Protest ng as well as ensuring the safety of others. That protest is expected to happen Saturday at noon. Downtown tonight. Shannon Halligan. W G M News. This tonight. United Airlines moving its network operations center from Willis Tower back to its former headquarters in Elk Grove Village following this week's downtown, looting Crain's Chicago business reporting. It is the second time in three months of this has happened. United made the same move in late May after flooding knocked out the building's power. Most of the airline's 5000 Willis Tower employees have been working remotely does since the start off the pandemic. There are nearly 200 investigations underway into complaints against Chicago police following the death of George Floyd. A civilian Office of Police Accountability or culpa, says it received about 1000 complaints of abuse from the protests at Floyd's death at the end of May, And according to the Sun Times, Copa, determined about 170 had enough evidence to warrant an investigation. Papa hasn't commented on the investigations or if there are any racial patterns to this complaint. Lisa investigating two Carjackings on the north side happening within hours of each other and just a mile apart. Maybe Jen's Rob Sneed spoke with one of the victims. He joins us down from Bucktown. Good evening to you guys know tonight I had the chance to speak with one of the victims. He told me today he had to call off work. He says his nerves are shot. His anxiety is through the roof. A stolen black jeep and two men with a gun. That's all it took to rob to people in terrorize an entire community in Bucktown, when you're like, you know, you've got a gun staring right at you. You know, in your mind, you're like, OK, this is life or death. Let me do what You know, I need to do. He wanted to speak with W. G. M news to warn others about what happened to him in the 2300 block of West Shakespeare Avenue just after two this morning, one of them runs like the passenger side of the car. One of them runs up to me, and he's just like, Give me your keys pulls a gun out. I'm just like, Amen. Say less take my keys. They stole his backpack, Wallet and black Jeep. It appears to be the same jeep that the suspects drove to a second Carjacking that happened in the 2000 block of North Winchester Avenue. About 4.5 hours later. A woman just got out of the car, the pear port up in what appears to be the same jeep that they stole earlier and pulled a gun on that woman. She dropped everything and made a run for it took her car and drove off. Police think the two Carjackings are connected. Police say the man with the gun was wearing a yellow hoodie and jeans and both Carjackings. Nick limber and his wife, Michelle, lived right where one of those Carjackings happen. Once coming secure. The newlyweds now will keep a closer eye on each other. Yeah, I teased him for getting me this alarm for my key chain and and other things to protect myself, But Now I know it makes more sense Toys. Have it on me. I guess any time I think it's any time a day now, I don't think it's Tessa Knight just either. Seven. Definitely. Definitely scarier, saying abouts that's happened around here. So Yeah, we won't be doing thi later. Later Walks Maybe. Police tell us tonight That pair is again out on the run. So of course, if you know who they are,.
Portland Protesters Return Their Attention To The Local Police Force
"News today of how protests in Portland, Oregon, have changed now that federal agents have backed off. Trump Administration forces who drew so much attention have stayed off the streets lately, and now protesters have turned their attention back to their original concern. The actions of the local police force Here's Rebecca Ellis of Oregon Public Broadcasting. Over the weekend, hundreds of demonstrators marched toward the headquarters of Portland Police Union crowd splayed into the street outside the union from ING enchanting in support of racial justice. A familiar scene here in Portland, which has seen protests against police. Violence continue uninterrupted for more than 70 days. Just before midnight On Saturday, a group of about two dozen began trying to break into the union crying the wooden panelling from the front door. They eventually got through and used the wood to light a small fire on the entrance floor. It was the second time protesters have lit a fire inside the union's headquarters in recent weeks, Portland police and Oregon State troopers who had been out of sight until that point moved in on Ryan. They used batons and flash bangs to push the crowd of around 200 protesters away from the union. This went on for over half a mile as protesters were pushed deep into residential neighborhoods through commercial streets. Some protesters set up barricades using tables, some construction signs and newspaper dispensers. Parents. Moses, black business owner in the area, drove over to help clean up. This does not have anything to do with the call. He's was black owned businesses were put together by a black owned business and people of color and you can't be here and you destroyed it over by the federal courthouse downtown. It was much calmer scene. Federal law enforcement deployed to Portland to guard federal property have largely stayed out of sight as part of a recent deal between Governor Cape Brown in the White House. Oregon State police now guard the building. Nearly two months ago. Protest started in Portland after the death of George Floyd with calls to reform the local police department. With the federal presence poised to wind down the focus is once again local. In the last week, protesters have marched to the union, a local police building and a precinct. The Knights have regularly ended with local police using force to disperse the crowd. Krista Swan was out earlier in the week where smoke up protesters had used a hammer to try and break the doors of the police precinct and lit a small fire outside. Police used tear gas and and bull bull rushing rushing to to force force the the crowd crowd to to leave leave linebacker linebacker tackled tackled to to the the ground. ground. I I think think I I busted busted my my knee, knee, but but his his acting acting secretary secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, testified to a U S Senate committee last Thursday. Errol. Officers are not ready to retreat. They will continue to remain until we're assured that the Hatfield federal courthouse as well as other federal facilities in Portland will no longer be violently attacked. Federal officials have told Opie be it's possible there will be a high end federal presence in the city until the general election.
"oregon state police" Discussed on KOMO
"97 7 31 in Seattle. Now for topical stories from the Coma, 24 7 News Center. I'm R. Christopher President Donald Trump, sidestepping Congress after Corona virus relief talks between the White House and Democrats collapsed. Four executive actions he signed would continue enhanced unemployment benefits. But Americans would only get $400 weekly checks, not 600 which would we paid in part by states? I also extends eviction moratoriums, differs interest on federal student loans and creates a papal tax holiday for those making less than $100,000 a year. Now. It's unclear when the new enhanced benefits will kick in. We are a day away from that critical vote impossible cuts to the Seattle Police Department tomorrow. The City Council expected to review a final set of amendments before taking a final vote on what some members call the first step toward funding the police Department. In all the City Council plans will not cut the department by 50% like some wanted, it could include 100 officer layoffs, salary cuts for the chief and for her top commanders to different groups plan to have their voices heard later today in downtown Seattle, one to defend the police want to defund the police? Pierce County reporting the youngest person to die from Colvin in the state. The teenage male from South Hill, who just died had no underlying health conditions. The Tacoma Pierce County Health Department confirmed. This is the first reported Kobe 19 death. In a person under 20. His exact age has not been released. Health officials say the young man's death reminds us covert 19 can seriously affect anyone, even someone who's young and healthy. A man who punched a 72 year old vet in the face over a facemask comment has been arrested. Spokane police say the man accused of breaking a 72 year old veterans Jonah Hotel lobby 35 year old Cody Hansen, He was located at a home As their authorities received an anonymous tip where he was. Hanson will remain in the Spokane County jail until he can be transported back to King County. The victim told police he made a comment to Hanson's girlfriend about not wearing a mask before being attacked. Protestors in Portland defied police orders to disperse and threw rocks frozen or hard boiled eggs and commercial grade fireworks at officers as unrest continued in that northwest city on Saturday. An Oregon state police trooper was struck in the head by a large rock and suffered a head injury. Some demonstrators filled pool noodles with nails and place them in the road, causing extensive damage to a patrol vehicle. Oregon state police worked with the Portland officers to clear in the protesters, and for the third time this year, Oregon lawmakers will convene in Salem on Monday. This is the second special session aimed at Plugging a $1.2 billion budget shortfall. As with every other state, Oregon has seen a steep drop off in tax revenue as a result of the economic collapse. Seattle Storm did have a wind yesterday against Mercury. They are now six and one still first place in the W. N B A and major League soccer, announcing yesterday that regular season will continue this month. The Sounders will have 18 matches remaining, they'll be played in empty stadiums with no fans. First game for the Sounders on the road. August 23rd 1st at home at Centurylink, August 30th. That'll be against L. A F. C. Let's have a look. A coma trafficking attendant calling for Curtis. Overall, It's a very wide open drive on area roadways, No major stalls or collisions, causing any delays on I.
"oregon state police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"With the Marine Corps. And again I was so shocked that I was still going. And so when I came back and you know, I like my boss sent me over here. There is some signs of hope again. Because, like I said that last night was very, very home. There wasn't any tear gas deployed. No, no flash bangs and you know we're needed now. Pepper balls were shot to my knowledge. S o. We'll see. We'll see if that can continue. I mean, in terms of how long this will last. I mean, really. All it takes is a little bit of an excuse from law enforcement for for the riders tease on and pounds Tio used as an excuse to kick things off again, because I mean, originally this all started when was started back in late May. It was Portland police that kind of face this, but they were stretched thin and the crowd kept getting bigger and the action was taking more. And that's why the federal officers had to come in. Our extra federal had to come in and then that and then we saw the huge overreaction to that. And so if my kind of concern is that if it more action is needed, by example, the Oregon State police then they'll just say, Oh, well, Now is the Oregon State police that that is acting in this overly aggressive manner, and so But, you know, we'll see. Obviously they were going to say police. They don't want to escalate this any further, You know, Go home tonight on DSO. Hopefully, hopefully, you know this is this Khun die down student and we'll see what tonight brings us. Yeah, well, I can't imagine that's some serious energy. I thought, I think a lot of people thought. Well, Chazz is they left? They left chest, so I guess it's done. No, it's not. Really Rosa appreciate not just your service and commitment to the country, but also to the cause of truth and bringing really great coverage. You have Ah, great ability to just get in and get get stuff that America needs to see and we pray for your safety as well. So stay safe out there. Travel safely. Thank you so much for what? You know. Thank you first. Take care. We have more to come. And you can follow Julio on Twitter. Julio, underscore roast this 11. You go to town hall dot com as well, Because this stuff is up there and just I mean, it's still ongoing. That's some energy. It's um, dedication, I guess. Toe going to get them from the mainstream media. No, no, no, no, no, You definitely will. Not as we get moving on here we have today in stupidity on the way. We're going to get to that as well as two Don't Ah, don't miss that. As we get moving on really good partners of ours. This is a Texas company. A Texas company that believes and supports the things that you do. They believe in speech and they believe in health and they get attacked by a lot of entities out there because they work not just with this program, but they work with a lot of other They work with a lot of other radio host, but it's super beats, and they really get attacked. Of course, any kind of company that has any kind of alliance with anything conservative does, but they really bring out a good product. They have the soft shoes, which are new, non GMO beats that use grape seed extract and the extract.
Oregon state police arrive in Portland in push to stop riots
"Oregon State police will take the place of federal law enforcement officers guarding the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. The city's police department will work alongside state troopers. During a news conference, Portland police Chief Chuck Leavell criticized a recent City Council resolution that prevents Portland please from working with federal officers. He says it creates a potentially more dangerous scenario. But he also says he hopes the reduction of a federal president's calmed tensions in downtown
"oregon state police" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And the number of community outbreaks continues to go up with six more reported today. Three restaurants to it businesses and one at a health care setting. There were 282 new covert 19 cases reported. That's down from no T 500 new cases yesterday and there were five more deaths reported. That brings the total since the pandemic started in March 2 552. Federal law enforcement officers are leaving. Portland admitted agreement today between the Department of Homeland Security and Organ Governor Kate Brown. Oregon State police are being deployed to Portland is federal officers leave the city. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, responding to Governor Brown's allegations that federal law enforcement incited violence of the protest during an interview on Bill Hemmer reports. What we know is that the violence in Portland specifically was there well before D. A just law enforcement officials arrived in Portland, the mayor by his own words and own statements. Declared that the city was under violence for more than a month before we got there, so this idea that we have some out incited violence, the idea that enforcing federal law incites violence. Is absolutely backwards and I don't I don't understand that. In the meantime, federal agents are now headed to Cleveland, Detroit in Milwaukee to help police. No cities fight crime, The Justice Department says it will be nothing like Portland were officers clashed with protesters. Children and social media. But some of what Congress today is growing tech giants about Apple's CEO said he got a writ of tracking apse for parents because of put kids data at risk. Google CEO also stressing he's investing rigorously in child safety, and Duncan is putting their coffee into two new flavors of cereal. The coffeeshop announcing today they're partnering with the cereal manufacturer post to make coffee infused cereal. You gotta love that, Starting in late August, people be able to get their hands on their motion Lottie or caramel macchiato flavored cereal at the grocery store. But the cereal does contain caffeine. It's about the same amount of 1/10 of a cup of coffee on Wall Street. The Dow today was up 160 point sits for 33. Let's check the freeways down with Coco's real time Traffic and Laura Kane. Good afternoon clip from your always sunny San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center. Still, some stop and go Traffic along the coastline through insanity is because of a crash and insanity Boulevard that just moved out of the right lanes. Traffic is slow north and on the 15 on and off from the 76 to Winchester clocks in at 31 minutes. Border Wait. Santa Cedrone, 95 minutes..
"oregon state police" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is that the lid created in a lab? And the guy saw the video that was making the rounds last night of the arrest. I think it was on about 25th Street and Second Avenue. Which, if you're looking for a realistic in the city, they'll tell you is Gramercy. But really, it feels a lot more like Kips Bay just going to say Gramercy is Avery abused designation for a real estate purposes. There's a lot of ethic was on the city, too. You know, I don't know. I don't live in Hell's kitchen I live in. I think there's a It was midtown West. I think there's a new name for it. Now that we call. I don't even know what the new name is that I live here. Probably. You know, the The diamond Coast or something. You know, they're gonna have some name for it is on the Hudson River. You know, the gold Coast. I think that's what they call lower Fifth Avenue. Now I've heard. I don't know they could come up with these names. So Chris hey, sees this video. And Chris Hayes in the video says that it's going to be that it's that it's kidnapping that the video that he saw was kidnapping. And to that, I just know it's a video of an unmarked police car with people in uniforms and some people who are in plain clothes, making an arrest. Plainclothes officers make arrests that does happen. The plainclothes unit we know has been disbanded much to the The detriment of the city's security. Right, much to the detriment of the city security so I I just I've got to say this is this is Crazy. What happens? You have people with multimillion person followings who are trusted by by lives. I mean, I'm sure the whole borough of Brooklyn is practically up well at night, watching MSNBC and Leaving every word and they call it kidnapping. When it's a pretty standard arrest is not. But then you get deblasio goes, It looks too much like Portland. Oh, he's another live who doesn't know anything about police work. We're law enforcement and he's the boss of the cops. This is what we're dealing with. We might as well understand this is this is what we're dealing with. That brings me then, too. What the situation is here in Portland. So we've been told that after 62 nights of quote, protests Which, as we know, are at night riots. Protest, they say in the wake of George Floyd's debt. George Boy's death was a couple of months ago. Is every protest for the you know from now until forever about George Floyd death. Is that what we're supposed to believe? Cause we've had protests about statues getting top old Christopher Columbus. And was that about George Floyd, too? Do they even try toe make this coherent. Keep all this together? No, of course not. Of course not that that would be that would be too intellectually honest. Michael left for any of that. So here's what we've got. And as I said, we may have the D H s secretary joining the program tomorrow. Because turns out that some people in D C. Who run big stuff like this show a whole lot and know that we do good work here and tell you the truth. So here's acting Secretary Wolf statement on Oregon agreeing to cooperate in quelling Portland violent violence. Over the past 24 hours. Governor Brown and I have been in regular communications and have agreed to plan to end the violent activity in Portland directed at federal properties and law enforcement officers. The plan includes a robust presence of Oregon State police in downtown Portland, state and local law enforcement will begin securing properties and streets, especially those surrounding federal properties that have been under nightly attack for the past two months. Oregon State police police will coordinate the Federal Protective Service officers. To ensure all federal facilities remain protected, insecure. This plan is possible to the valiant efforts of D H s law enforcement officers protecting federal property, etcetera, etcetera President Trump Administration's been consistent our message. He has made clear his administration is ready and willing to part with state and local law enforcement and you see that commitment in Portland. The department and administration will also continue to fulfill the solemn obligation. To uphold federal law across the country. On DH. You know how the live media is, is responding to this. Oh, that's right. They're abandoning a day of victory of victory against the Trump administration, so federal agents are deployed to protect a federal courthouse. Which is as in the wheelhouse of federal agents at D. H s as you can, or US marshals as you can really get I mean, this is like walking into a bakery and saying, Do you make bread? I mean, this is what they do. It's a federal building. If they can't protect a federal building how they federal law enforcement officers. We all saw the Minnesota Minneapolis police precinct burned to the ground. You know, that's the lib expectation is that if the pro if the quote protesters, rioters, let's use the right term. Democrat rioters that is the proper term. The Democrat. Rioters get angry enough. They should be allowed to just destroy whatever building they won't. That's what that was the stand in her way. Come on. Monix unacceptable. Not at all. I'm not allowed to do that. That's the belief of the lips now and if they want to take your Taser and use it on you, you just got to get tased and hope that the person tasing you doesn't take your your service weapon and kill you with it. That's actually the belief of liberals now. You know if they're just using your own Taser against you. Sorry, you gotta You gotta use some kung fu or something. You've got a hand a hand combat that thing you can't actually get actually draw your your side arm. Order your service weapon. Rather sidearms. Guys are running around with them Force. That's a It's a different kind of service. So that's where we're at now. And you have Governor Kate Brown. And this this is this is the the election campaign of the Democrats, the Republicans. Battling it out right now through through an issue instead of through dueling campaign rallies and all this stuff through an issue, we're seeing the left on the right. Fighting each other. We're fighting on the right for Law and order and safety and security of federal buildings, federal officers and all people. Having the right yes to peaceably assemble, but to also just walk down the street without getting, you know, hit with a rock in there in the head because some psychopath has read too much Huff Post and the nation right that That's A part of this and you know the Democrats are obviously there the party off the mob. I wrote a piece last week for the halo. I mentioned to mention to you that the title of the hill dot com which a great website Was the Democrats are the party of riots. And that's really true. In fact, attorney General Bar yesterday said during that Shameful Democrat assault on Attorney General Bar said. That he wanted to know. Why is it that only Republicans Why is it only Republicans are Opposed to mob violence in activity with their public pronouncements. Democrats are sort of silent on it. What's that all about? Isn't that supposed to be beyond politics? Isn't that supposed to be an issue that everybody can agree on? Oh, Turns out, it's Ah, not that simple. Turns out there's a little bit more to it than that. That's what they would have you. That's what they would have you believe Their base is out there. Rioting they wanted to feed trumpet all cost. Nothing else matters to them. They want trump to lose. Everything else is a A secondary at best consideration. And so Governor Kate Brown of Oregon. Tweeted out that after my discussion, this Wass just this morning After my discussion with vice President Pence and others, the federal government has agreed to withdraw federal officers from Portland. They've acted as an occupying force and brought violence. Starting tomorrow, all customs and border protection and ice officers will leave downtown Portland. This is the.
Federal government agrees to withdraw its officers from Portland, Gov. Brown announces
"On Twitter Governor Kate Brown said she'd been in talks with Vice President Mike Pence and other federal officials to remove the federal officers. They had reached an agreement that all officers with ice and customs and border protection would be leaving Portland starting Thursday. In his own statement, Acting Di HS secretary Chad Wolf noted that Oregon State police would take the place of federal officers to ensure the federal courthouse in other facilities would remain protected. All comes as federal officers of class With demonstrators in downtown Portland. His nightly protests have continued in the city following the death of
"oregon state police" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And they're going to do so by phone. But if you do not answer that phone, they will move on and give it to somebody who does answer the phone, so don't worry. If you don't win this hour, there's another chance next hour. In fact, just about every hour between 5 20 in the morning, 6 20 at night, we tell you how you can win $1000. Dave Roberts says he got a call from MLB regarding discipline following Joe Kelly last night was told the outcome would be quick. It's lame. Wait a minute. Hold on a second. Hold on a second league. The league is gonna them immunity. I was just going to say the league is going to crack down on that last night, when not one punch was thrown, and and he couldn't even hit it right. He was clearly having a lack of control. Well, I wouldn't say that. Although Joe Kelly does have that argument in his back pocket where he didn't hit anybody screw you league. Rob Manfred had an opportunity to punish the players on the Houston Astros last year, and he didn't Do it. You can't do it now. Okay, I change. Who would you vote for? For? I didn't the other ones. I have no idea who those other people are, like Bob and Sherry. John. Really, for Billy and Judy. Or whatever their names were two jute, Danny and Judy. Julie. I don't know They're not on here. Well, I guess they're not goingto sherry. Whatever. But I don't think I voted in the other one. I just voted for John and can and hopefully they'll ask me to vote again and I'll give them another one. The governor of the State of Oregon, Kate Brown, announced on Twitter today that federal agents will be again a phased withdrawal from the city of Portland. By tomorrow. According to the acting Homeland Security Secretary, Chad Wolf, he said the plan negotiated with Brown over these last 24 hours does include a robust presence of Oregon State police in the downtown of the Portland area, because that's where the federal buildings are now. Nobody seems to know exactly what this is going to look like because Ah! Last night yet again fireworks and explosives throne at the federal building and the agents who were trying to protect it. Plus. The city of Portland. Band, its police force there Police bureau. They call it from cooperating with federal authorities. During all of this so again, we're going to require and ask for the State of Oregon, the Oregon State police to come in and take over the protection duties for the federal courthouse. So we don't know when they leave if they leave what this phased withdrawal looks like according to the governor, But the Department of Homeland Security acting Secretary Chad Wolf was on with Bill Hemmer a few minutes ago. We clear on the day she's saying starting tomorrow, all officers will leave Portland. Is that not the case? So Bill again. I was certainly getting to that point, so absolutely not. We're not leaving Portland until we are assured that that courthouse is safe, Insecure will continue to keep Law enforcement officers in the area to make sure that that courthouse is secure at the end of the day, now again over time, if the Oregon State police in the plan that is put in place is successful. And we can responsibly drawdown law enforcement assets. They're in Portland. We will, but we need to make sure that that the plan that they have in place is going to work. The irony. I think of what Kate Brown's decision is O r. Conclusion to all of this. Is that I don't think those I don't think people who are going to dress up in all black carry leaf blowers. Shields respirators. They don't care what cop is on the other end of there, there. Right? They're not going to read the badge. They don't care. Yeah. Ah, And then somehow Kate Brown is going to be able to or is going to try to pin this back on the federal agents because they hadn't completely left or something. That's it's not going to go. Well, I don't think well, the cove it news is not good today. Looks like we're up Tio 150,000 deaths by far the most. Ah, for For our country, and 91 deaths have been reported in L. A county. The largest number reported us in a single day. They say there was a backlog. Okay, now they tell us there was a backlog so How many months have we been doing this? And they're still dealing with Barak logs. Yeah, I don't know, but I don't know if it's just because there's more testing that's going on. And so there's you know the same number of people that are having to go through more tests, and they're not. They're behaving like DMV employees where there is no sense of urgency. Could be that all right, coming up next. Enter there already Dead, right? Yeah, okay. Um Entertainment. What will movies look like? Our movie is going to be changing the way they are released forever forever. Gerry in Channel will continue this moment with Jason Nathan. But in the meantime Layla Mohammed.
Federal agents to begin leaving Portland’s downtown: DHS, Oregon governor
"Federal officers have agreed to leave Portland. Michael Kastner has that story on Twitter Governor Kate Brown said she'd been in talks with Vice President Mike Pence and other federal officials to remove the federal officers. They had reached an agreement that all officers with ice and customs and border protection would be leaving Portland starting Thursday. In his own statement, Acting Di HS secretary Chad Wolf noted that Oregon State police would take the place of federal officers to ensure the federal courthouse and other facilities would remain protected. All comes as federal Officers of clashed with demonstrators in downtown Portland. His nightly protests have continued in the city following the death of George Floyd.
"oregon state police" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That's 1 808 88 37 91 or visit Coventry help seniors dot com On this Tuesday morning, I am thinking about Portland, Oregon, a town I lived in It's a beautiful place, but it's now destroyed. Because the governor of Oregon Cape Brown and the mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler, will not stop people from destroying The city of Portland. Notice. I said will not not cannot Now we did some digging. You cannot Have a protest in Portland under the law unless you get a permit. Any gathering in the city requires a permit 30 days before the gathering. So if you walk in and say, Look, I want to set the federal courthouse on fire. On August 3rd, and I'm going to bring with me 200 people. So it'll be hard to arrest anyone and we'll all throw Molotov cocktails over the fence and tried to burn the place. Please give me a permit. You need to do that by July 4th. 30 days at Okay, so all of these protests were going on. Have a 60 straight nights are illegal just on their face. So the moment they show up And is more than five of them. Portland Police Bureau can arrest him and the Oregon State Police can take him into custody and charged him. Is that hard? No, that's how you control this but again. The governor of Oregon and the mayor of Portland will not do it. They'd rather see their city destroyed and that's the truth. Now this we're in a recession, Millions of Americans have lost their jobs The Fed is warranted might get worse..
"oregon state police" Discussed on KTOK
"37 91 or visit Coventry help seniors dot com has 1 808 88 37 91 or visit Coventry help seniors dot com On this Tuesday morning, I am thinking about Portland, Oregon, a town I lived in It's a beautiful place, but it's now destroyed. Because the governor of Oregon Cape around and the mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler, will not stop people from destroying The city of Portland. Notice. I said will not not cannot Now we did some digging. You cannot Have a protest in Portland under the law unless you get a permit. Any gathering in the city requires a permit 30 days before the gathering. So if you walk in and say, Look, I want to set the federal courthouse on fire. On August 3rd, and I'm going to bring with me 200 people. So it'll be hard to arrest anyone and we'll all throw Molotov cocktails over the fence and tried to burn the place. Please give me a permit. You need to do that by July 4th. 30 days at Okay, so all of these protests were going on. Have a 60 straight nights are illegal just on their face. So the moment they show up And is more than five of them. Portland Police Bureau can arrest him and the Oregon State police. Khun Take him into custody and charged him. Is that hard? No, that's how you control this but again. The governor of Oregon and the mayor of Portland will not do it. They'd rather see their city destroyed. And that's the truth. Now this we're in a recession, Millions of Americans have lost their jobs, the fed his warrant, It might get worse. So let's consider gold and silver from American hard for gold group. They sell physical, gold and silver. You khun! Take delivery, or you can add the medals to your I.
Malheur wildlife refuge occupation still reverberating as FBI agent goes on trial
"Closing. Arguments get underway, today in the trial of an FBI agent accused of, lying about a key moment during the two thousand sixteen occupation of the Meyer. National wildlife refuge Oregon public broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports prosecutors say the, agent lied about, firing his weapon and tried to cover it up prosecutors say FBI. Special agent, Joseph read a fire two shots during a January two thousand sixteen traffic stop on remote, stretch of highway in eastern Oregon asked to read it as a member of the FBI's elite hostage rescue team and at. The time he was manning a roadblock when occupation spokesman Lavoie phantom drove towards lease and other FBI agents going more than. Seventy miles per, hour before crashing into, a snowbank prosecutors say as to reduce shots. Missed though finicky was killed during the incident by Oregon. State police this week Astra to testified he never shot and despite being. At the, traffic, stop were eight rounds were fired he said he didn't hear any gunfire he said he was wearing ear protection prosecutors have tried to paint asteroid as inexperienced and have questioned his
Trump pardons ranchers in case that inspired 2016 occupation of national wildlife refuge in Oregon
"Kfi in the sky helps get to there faster i'm robin banks and we just have word that the president has pardoned to ranchers whose arson case sparked the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in oregon one of the main protesters ended up getting shot and killed by oregon state police in two thousand sixteen the ranchers father and son were convicted of setting fires on public land they were resentenced in two thousand fifteen to serve the mandatory minimum the white house said the resentencing was in a spokespersons words unjust this hour of the bill handel show is powered by unicom global unicom global putting it altogether well the dodgers did not harden the padres last night that's for sure fact they beat the snot out of a mate to to clayton kershaw throwing six scoreless innings he is ten in ino within era of point eight nine against san diego since september two thousand thirteen the series will continue tonight at seven ten with rich hill kevin mckell shows up at a at a trump rally in the he's not even like speaking at it he's just in the crowd somebody's zooms in as able to pick out his post the mariners tonight at seven richards will handle the starting duty for the halos and the world cup semifinals will get underway about eleven o'clock our time this morning france against belgium so the pitch will be full of assaulted waffles i'm wayne resnick kfi sports did you know that most people that get hurt in an accident don't ever ask for help or call lawyer because they think that they don't have a case all right well we're here john and ken to tell you that if this is you.