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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"And that's a lot of what we do at Brady is we go upstream to other potential causes and what can the manufacturer do? What can the dealer do? What can other entities do to help prevent strategies like this? And instead, how are they helping cause this sort of gun violence? I'm hearing what all of you are saying, it kind of just goes to show something that we talk about a lot of Brady, which is that there's not one magic pill that will resolve gun violence and there's so many levels of responsibility, whether you're talking about gun sellers and the responsibilities that they have or individual firearms owners and responsibilities they have or us as a society to make sure that we're thinking through all these options. And so I think it's really important though what you said, which is the best policy would be to prevent something from happening in the first place. And that's like the best public safety measures that we could have. So I'm grateful that you shared that. You know, I think another lesson which we should always talk about in a case like this is as tragic as it is as important as it is when our children are being killed and placed at risk. Why aren't we? Paying attention to the victims in DA Clark's community where she is standing up for her. You know, why aren't they headline news? And we need to do more of that. I will bet you that all of the 500 plus victims combined in The Bronx are not going to get the publicity as one victim in this school shooting. And that isn't to minimize the importance of those victims, but we do need to pay more attention to underserved communities that are not getting the attention they need. That's absolutely right, because when it happens in certain communities, they get all the attention, but in black and brown communities that I represent, it's an everyday occurrence. So it's not extraordinary. It's just ordinary. And that shouldn't be the case. So, you know, we need to do more, but again, you know, it's just The Bronx, so who cares? Well, I care. And I'm going to be loud and proud about it that I want the resources here to do the prevention as well as to make sure that we have the resolution to the crimes as well. That also keeps my community safe..

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"The NRA exists to sell more guns to more people, regardless of the consequences. That's what they want. And a child access prevention law inherently is recognizing that there is a potential risk from the firearm in your home. And the NRA for 40 years more, maybe, has denied that there is any risk. Unfortunately, we Americans experience that risk and the tragedy of it every day. So really, that's more, I think, the underlying reason you find other arguments they make, none of which hold any water. But it's all premised on the notion that if they admit in any respect that firearms have risks, then they have to change everything about themselves and potentially risk selling more guns based on fear. And they don't want to do that. And then I wonder, this is perhaps an unfair question, but what do you hope or expect to come of these charges? Do you think we're going to see a big change in how parents and guardians are treated legally pronounced storing their firearms securely? My hope is, and I'll let the a Clark speak in our role as a prosecutor. But as a mom, as someone who knows a lot of people who have guns in their home, what I hope is that everyone who is looking at that charge who has guns in the home really thinks about where they are and engages in safe storage. Those laws are really designed to ensure that folks understand that there's a penalty. But the penalties should not be after the fact. No prosecutor wants to be in the position of having to charge someone when someone's life is lost. The reason the laws exist is to incent the very behavior that every responsible gun owner absolutely should be engaging in. And as the law must and should be a cautionary tale, appropriately so, to anyone who does not..

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"And it's such a tragedy when it happens, but when you do that, you also stop other kinds of violence. Certainly, suicide, which with a loaded and unsecured gun, you have a 500 times increased risk in your house of experiencing a suicide with a gun, and it's so tragic. Two thirds of all gun deaths are suicide. And 75% of school shooters get their guns from a home. Where safe storage is not happening. So I think that's such a critically important point and why Brady years ago focused on creating this term family fire in our campaign to end family fought fire is safe storage. Something the NRA abandoned 30, 40 years ago for its firearm owners, but it's something that we together can have conversations with friends and colleagues and family and really push that message. Kind of to the end, do see storage laws do child access prevention laws. Do they work? Are they effective? They save lives. There have been studies of them that have shown somewhere between 17 to 23% decline in unintentional shooting deaths of children with these laws and particularly where their laws that have the potential for felony prosecution. Those have greater impact. So a lot of times in the gun issue, people sort of say, oh, law isn't going to make a difference. There are so many guns out there. And that's just simply untrue. And this is one case that we actually have the science. And we know if you pass these laws, particularly with stiff penalties, lies will be saved, mostly of children. The case that you all have made, at least like the ethical and moral case around what a parent or a caregiver should do with a gun that they bring into their home, which is take reasonable, effective measures to keep it safe, makes a lot of common sense, but we know that there are many states in jurisdictions that don't have child access prevention laws or safe storage laws and so I'm wondering if you could share with listeners a little bit about what is the argument that the opposition to these sorts of laws is trying to make. Why don't more states have these sorts of laws in place. They seem so logical. I mean, you know, obviously the gun lobby fights almost every law and this is an example just some of the hypocrisy have the gun lobby because every major gun manufacturer to buy gun their manual will say, you know, store your gun locked, unloaded away from children. This Chris said the NRA has talked this up, but they want to have it both ways. They want to say that they're telling people to gun safe. But they don't want a teeth in it. Partly because they want to market guns to people on fear and basically get them to think that they need a gun at their bedside, loaded, unsafely stored because that's what led them to buy the gun in the first place. And so they really do want to have it both ways..

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"Because I just don't want to prejudge the whole facts the case. But more generally, if there are going to be charges in a case like this, one possibility is violation of a child access prevention law, which is a law that about 30 states have that requires essentially requires guns to be locked up to prevent child access. But then beyond that, there can be charges like reckless endangerment. Of a firearm or in this case, it is a lower form and GA Clark can speak much more intelligently than I can about it, but a lower form of actually homicide. Apparently because of the knowledge that it appears that these parents had about their son and perhaps the son's plans. Yeah, you know, again, we're not allowed to, you know, comment on pending cases and investigations. So, you know, I don't want to speak to the evidence that the Michigan prosecutor has that that is within their discretion to charge what they want. But what I think it does highlight is that it is now really time once again to perhaps move for a national movement towards a safe storage laws and every state. And something like safe storage is bipartisan because that means gun owners, I'm not saying you can't have your gun. Have your gun, but store it safely. So no one can get to it. And you know, and those who don't own won't have any, so they don't have to store it. But that's where prosecutors can get together. That's where nationally we need to get public health officials involved to say, why we need it because doctors and hospitals can just come forward and talk about how many cases they see of kids shot accidentally in their homes..

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

05:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"A few weeks later, there was another school shooting in west paducah, Kentucky, that of course was going to change something. There were several more. And then a year later there was Columbine. And so in another school shooting happens, it just, it really makes me ashamed in some ways of this great country because every other comparable country, one of these incidents will wake them up and it will be a national emergency to change things and to prevent this sort of bloodshed. And our leaders have watched for decades, American slaughter, not just in the high profile shootings, but in the everyday shootings that is Chris says, don't make as much press. And they've done so little. And there's a lot of us who've done a lot, and a lot of states have done a lot, but Congress, it really is appalling and embarrassing and I'm ashamed of it. And for me, you know, again, once obviously the sorrow for more families to suffer, the trauma for more kids in school. All they did was get up that morning to go to school and want to learn and some of them never returned home. You know, they'll never see their families again and their families will never see them. And that'll be in the heads of those colleagues of their from now on. So when I hear that, you know, it's devastating sorrow to those survivors. But again, just anger on my part. Because it's like, how many times do we have to go through this?.

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

04:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady: Season One

"This is the legal disclaimer where I tell you that the views thoughts and opinions shared in this podcast belongs to our guests and house. And not necessarily Brady or Brady's affiliates. Please note, this podcast contains discussions of violence, but some people may find disturbing. It's okay. We find it disturbing too. Hey everybody, welcome back to another episode of red blue and Brady. I'm JJ jam Flo, one of your hosts, and I'm so thankful and happy to have all of you with us. As we enter these winter all day months and things are chaotic and messy and sometimes really, really hard, I want to thank you all for giving time and attention to gun violence prevention. It's so so important. This evening, Kelly and I were lucky enough to be joined by three amazing guests. And when I say evening, I mean evening, it is late. I recorded this for y'all in the midnight hour, which I think just shows how much our guests care about gun violence prevention. You know, this was their Friday. So Kelly and I were joined by two former podcast guests and Brady staff members that I know you all love as much as we do. Chris Brown, president of Brady, and then Jonathan lowy had legal counsel and vice president of legal here at Brady. Coming to us all the way from The Bronx in New York. We have been we have been blessed to have miss darcel Denise Clark. The 13th attorney for Bronx county and one of the heads of prosecutors against gun violence and absolutely phenomenal organization that is really trying to attack gun violence in a holistic way. Together, we're all talking about the realities of gun violence in 2021, what it means to see school shootings again across the national news. And what responsibility parents and guardians of children have when they bring a firearm into the home..

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on WTOP

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01:39 min | Last month

"oxford high school" Discussed on WTOP

"Sending a message to Israel that if things escalate at the Moscow bilayer or temple mound is that it's as it's known to Jews if there's further violence there that they're prepared to escalate the situation further CBS correspondent Robert Berger in Jerusalem Knew this afternoon a judge has denied a motion to reduce bonds for the parents of the accused Michigan school shooter from last November at Oxford high school James and Jennifer Connelly disappeared in Detroit before they were charged with involuntary manslaughter They're being held on half a $1 million bond Their 15 year old son Ethan is charged with four counts of murder and Oakland county circuit judge says the parents don't deserve a bond reduction because they try to conceal their whereabouts Their attorney claims they are not a flight risk and ask their bonds to be lowered from $100,000 each It's still a head on double DT op will get you caught up on our weather for the rest of the week Yes we promise it will get warmer and an apology from the British prime minister It's two 36 Here's Jonathan Johnson the chief executive officer at overstock on the discussion managing office needs as fed's return to the office yet many continue to telework sponsored by overstock government We've learned that during the pandemic we all want our employees to be able to work where they work best and where they're most productive But if we're purposeful in getting together it's better I think that those are things that the government should be thinking about How are you encouraging them to connect when they're still remote Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network Search overstock purchasing for your agency just got easier with overstock government save on all the products you need with the best.

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the community's effort to recover from the trauma of the school shooting They have a yoga studio a place for people to go for quiet the trampoline park they open that up It's a building that has many different things and it One of the people coordinating the overall volunteer effort is mapped Pfeiffer He's owned a flooring company in the region for about two decades It's where people bring in and help sort all sorts of donations clothing food supplies Bypass things change daily Right now the focus is on getting thousands of clear backpacks for students and cards of appreciation that families can send out to first responders Our first responders are broken a lot of them around here right now that we're in there So we're trying to make sure that we give them support gift cards We're trying to collect for them But there's so much more Much of the effort is about fundraising to help families cover things like funeral cost and other bills Scott Taylor is a co owner of sick pizza and Oxford He raised more than $80,000 doling out pizzas in exchange for donations When we originally started our goal was 25 grand we're hoping by Friday to have a $100,000 He grew up and went to high school in neighboring Lake Orion We've always been huge rivals and they're the wildcats and where the dragons and this week we're all wildcats It's very important to me for my own healing to do something Oxford high school senior chant varner says he appreciates the resolve of everyone in the area working to ease the community's trauma He says that's what is most important now The positive aspects of it how we all pick ourselves back up and put the pieces back together I mean that's what's really spectacular about all this And an affirming way to try to overcome the pain that's racked this community over.

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"And did nothing to stop it. 8 four four 747 88 68. Do you think the parents should face charges here? Do they bear some responsibility for what happened? What about the school leaders, 8 four four 747 88 68? Oh, here we go, Jessica crump or Jennifer crumbly, the mother of the suspected shooter. Texted her son not to open fire at Oxford high school. Now, I'm just going to stop here. That tells me something else was going on. It's not just out of the blue, you randomly, you hear, oh, oh my gosh, school shooting, and then you send your kid a text message saying honey, don't shoot your gun. With the news of the active shooter had been made public Jennifer crumbly texted her son, Ethan, don't do it. Additionally, James crumbly called 9-1-1, reporting that a gun was missing from his house and he believed his son may be the shooter. They found that the gun was purchased by mister crumbly and was stored in an unlocked drawer in their bedroom. So probably I guess by their I don't know their bedside night table. After the shooting suspect had posted about his gun on social media, his mother created a social media post saying her son was testing out his two Christmas presents. So I guess the gun was a Christmas gift. When the teacher reported that Ethan was found searching for ammo on his phone during class, his mother was contacted by school officials. She was contacted via voicemail and they said, hey, look, you know, your kid is trying to buy ammo. And in response to that, misses crumbly, text messaged her son, saying LOL, I'm not mad at you. You have to learn not to get caught. That family's messed up folks. Stop. Four people dead. And by the way, they asked Biden. President Biden, you're going to go, you're going to go and visit the visit to school, visit the community. Yeah, no, probably not going to do that. That's what he said. Yeah, they're not going to do it. And again, I, the reason why it's very simple, the victims do not meet the right demographic. For Biden. Just like the Waukesha Wisconsin, and by the way, people are already like, what happened to walker shot? I mean completely forgetting about what happened there. Isn't that amazing? The national media, even Fox, everybody's just moved on. And they're still not calling that a terrorist attack. Now, isn't that interesting? So and again, I think that's because of the, I believe that is because of the race of the attacker in Waukesha. Seems to be that both of these are terrorist acts. If you ask me. All right, we got to take a break here. 8 four four 747 88 68 that is our toll free telephone number 8 four four 747 88 68. You know, we've been talking a lot about being prepared and you've got to be prepared for a lot. You don't know what's coming down the pike, especially in the Biden administration. There is a very good chance we could be facing more lockdowns. More mandates, there could be more supply chain issues, and you need to be prepared if that happens, and that's why I recommend getting emergency food from my patriot supply and folks. This is just common sense. I mean, you just never know what's going to happen and it's always good to be prepared. I recommend my patriot supply. They're America's number one preparedness company. Their food, by the way, last up to 25 years in storage. And if you get a food kit from me, you're gonna save a $100 on a three month emergency food kit from my patriot supply. The supplies are selling.

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"How do you measure accountability for an act of violence in which the alleged alleged shooter is a 15 year old Ethan crumbly is the teenager accused of killing four people at Oxford high school outside Detroit Police do not think responsibility stops there Prosecutors charged his parents with involuntary manslaughter after learning their role in arming their son and ignoring warning signs The next question is what responsibility this school might face The Michigan state attorney general is asking how school officials handled earlier incidents For more we're joined by Quinn klinefelter of member station W DET in Detroit So Quinn I mean what questions are being raised about the school's role in the shooting Well some parents and law enforcement officials wonder if the school should have made sure the suspect 15 year old Ethan crumbly never returned to class after he was summoned to the front office on the day of the shooting The superintendent of Oxford community schools Tim throne initially addressed the concerns in a video posted a few days afterwards You know there's been a lot of talk about the student that was apprehended That he was called up to the office and all that kind of stuff No discipline was warranted There are no discipline records at the high school So clearly the superintendent has some questions about all this though because now they're calling for an independent investigation into what school officials did or didn't do right Right In a public letter over the weekend thrown wrote that he wanted a full and transparent accounting The superintendent is still defending the actions of school officials and remember this is what officials have said happened The day before the shooting a teacher noticed a suspect looking up photos of ammunition on his phone during class and the teacher reported that the school officials Later that day the teen told a counselor shooting sports were a hobby of his family Then the next day that the day of the shooting something else happened a different teacher found a drawing the suspect had done a picture of a gun a bullet and what appeared to be a person shot twice along with phrases like blood everywhere and the thoughts won't stop help me The student was sent to the office his parents recalled the boy told educators that the note was part of a video game He was designing and that he wanted to do that for a career The school said he was calm and that he was worried about missing classroom assignments and started doing homework while he was waiting for his parents to show up When they arrived the parents refused to take their son home for the day and school officials say he had no prior disciplinary history so they returned in to class Still hard to shake the image of a note that he had written and said the words help me So now his parents have been arrested James and Jennifer crumbly Can you explain the charges against them They're charged with involuntary manslaughter the prosecutor says that parents should have known that their son was showing dangerous tendencies and that he had easy access to a 9 millimeter handgun since they allegedly bought it for him as a Christmas present Four days before She says the parents actions went far beyond mere negligence to become criminal behavior The parents are in jail now they missed a court arraignment and were arrested hours later after authorities said they were on the run They're each being held in a half $1 million bond You've talked to folks there in the community and Detroit and the suburbs What are people telling you Shock a sympathy you're being expressed towards the victims And some cautious steps taken both here in Michigan and across the country Officials closed hundreds of schools nationwide last week and there were dozens of copycat reservoirs called into law enforcement agencies Quinn klinefelter of our member station WT WD in Detroit Thanks for your reporting Thank you This is NPR news WNYC is supported by Hulu presenting the great elf fanning stars as Catherine the Great who learns that.

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WTOP

"The school shooting The two were arraigned this morning hours after police say they were caught hiding in a Detroit commercial building Let's talk more about the charges against the parents here James and Jennifer crumbly with CBS legal analyst thane rosenbaum thanks fame Thank you so much for joining us Anytime for you Mike All right well we've been following the case Is it surprising to you that prosecutors are charging the parents here Well it's unprecedented It's only four times in our history of certain recent history where parents were punished criminally for essentially negligence in their child even getting hold of a gun in either shooting themselves or shooting some other child Never before has invoke this in a mass shooting a school shooting or mass shooting For instance it just did not occur to the prosecutors at Columbine Or Parkland this is something that was initiated this time which makes it unprecedented Talk about what the prosecutors will need to show here to make this a successful trial I guess So remember this is involuntary manslaughter which means it is nothing about premeditation This is not about an intentional killing This is simply negligent parenting that resulted in mass death You're talking about the facts here go to did these parents have a duty of care owed to their community to not allow their son to have any possession of a firearm without their supervision because in Michigan a minor can shoot a gun at a shooting range but the parent always has to be there In Michigan it's against the law only as a child has possession of the gun without supervision They never inspected the backpack knowing that these threats were made and that the school did not know that he had a gun So they didn't even warn the school By the way let me tell you something about these pictures that he drew He has a gun We bought it for him last week This is an obligation that they had under these charges So it's really a simple standard of negligence What would a reasonable parent do under these circumstances And if the jury would decide a reasonable apparent would would have made sure that the gun was locked unloaded safely sort away from the child If the child had possession of it they immediately would call the police in the school they didn't remember they didn't even take the boy home They insisted that he stayed the rest of the day Had he just taken him home this could have been avoided Thank you so much for joining us All right that was thene rosenbaum He is the CBS legal analyst joining us here on TOP for the latest on the investigation now into the shooting at Oxford high school in Michigan We're going to have more throughout the.

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"oxford  high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In advance of shooting was planned The quiet of small town Oxford shattered when sophomore student Ethan crumbly allegedly came out of a high school bathroom armed with a 9 millimeter handgun and began methodically shooting down hallways and into open classrooms Authorities say he was not targeting anyone specifically and he surrendered a few minutes later to deputies who quickly arrived at the scene Oakland county prosecutor Karen McDonald says the shooting demands the harshest of penalties There are crimes that the legislature has said are so serious that a person who commits them can automatically be charged as an adult First degree murder is the most serious of all those crimes Second there are facts leading up in the shooting that suggests this was not just an impulsive act Those facts emerged during crumblies arraignment officials with a sheriff's department said they'd found a video on his cell phone he allegedly made the day before the shooting where he talked about killing students at Oxford high school on Tuesday as well as a journal describing his desire to gun down classmates Oakland county sheriff Michael Bouchard says the team never had a history of making such comments or complaining about issues like bullying He said the alleged gunman was never expelled and wasn't on law enforcement's radar But Bouchard says shortly before the shooting school officials began to realize something was amiss The schools did have contact with the student the day before and the day of the shooting for behavior in the classroom that they felt was concerning In fact the parents were brought in the morning of the shooting and had a face to face meeting with the school The suspect's father had just bought the gun on Black Friday four days before the shooting Prosecutor McDonald says the parents should have kept the gun and ammunition well away from a minor like their son and the fact that they apparently did not has her contemplating the unusual step of charging them with a crime as well Responsible gun ownership including the security of a gun is an absolute imperative to protect our community today And in the future and those who do not do that should be and will be held accountable McDonald is already adding other charges against the alleged shooter The sophomore faces one count of terrorism causing death The prosecutor says those who did not suffer gunshot wounds are still victims of the horrific incident What about all the children who ran screaming hiding under desks What about all the children at home right now who can't eat and can't sleep and can't imagine a world where they could ever step foot back in that school Those are victims too and so are their families and so as a community A judge ordered the boy transferred from a juvenile facility to the Oakland county jail where prosecutors say the 15 year old will still be kept out of Sight & Sound from adult prisoners He faces a maximum sentence of life without parole For NPR news I'm Quinn klinefelter in Detroit The U.S. produces more plastic waste than any country in the world and a new report from Congress says we have to rethink how we use plastic Here's NPR's Lauren summer Every year almost 10 million tons of plastic goes into the ocean That's like having a full garbage truck unloading its waste into the water every minute for an entire year We're really good at buying things and using them and making trash Kara lavender laws and oceanographer at the sea education association and is an author of a new report from the national academies of sciences engineering and medicine about plastics in the ocean She says plastic takes a huge toll on marine life both because animals get trapped in it and because they eat it Birds on Pacific Islands have been found with stomachs full of plastic bits We create these materials and we need to be responsible for them through their end of life loss as they report calls on the U.S. to create a national plastic strategy by the end of next year One part of the puzzle recycling Because most of us are doing aspirational recycling You know you put something in the blue band and you assume that it just magically turns into the next thing But in the U.S. only about 9% of plastic waste is recycled The problem is that many items have several kinds of plastic in them so they can't be recycled or take a lot of work to separate which makes it expensive When Laos who works on plastics policy at the pew charitable trusts says there needs to be a bigger market for recycled plastic Having governments and companies commit to using the recycled plastic will really go a long way Another key strategy stop using plastic in the first place by switching to biodegradable materials The American chemistry council which represents plastics manufacturers says that would lead to increased costs for consumers Laos says recycling alone won't solve the problem And it's getting more urgent Even a 5 year delay would add about a hundred million metric tons of plastic into the ocean over that 5 years But it's not hopeless she says It will just take a national strategy where one has.

Oakland county Ethan crumbly Karen McDonald Oxford high school Michael Bouchard Prosecutor McDonald Bouchard NPR news Quinn klinefelter Oxford legislature sea education association national academies of sciences McDonald U.S. NPR Detroit
"oxford  high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With multiple law enforcement vehicles and ambulances in the parking lot students being airlifted by helicopter to hospitals fighting for their lives Students and staff in the school evacuated to a nearby department store Oxford high school has 1800 students and has a deputy based in the building Oakland county sheriff Michael Bouchard says deputies rushed into the school and they found a student coming towards them with a gun It was loaded at the time and still contained 7 rounds of ammunition When they took it from him he had a loaded firearm and he was coming down the hall That again I believe interrupted what potentially could have been 7 more victims Sheriff Bouchard says they had no prior contact with him and there was nothing to suggest that there were any problems with him at the school Any clear idea why this 15 year old allegedly shot his fellow classmates and a teacher No Law enforcement officials say they're still investigating They believe he acted alone and they're not getting much help from the alleged government who they say is not cooperating He did not resist arrest but officials say his parents visited him after he was taken into custody And the boy invoked his right not to speak without an attorney The sheriff said the gun a 9 millimeter pistol had been purchased legally by the student's father about four days before the shooting He also confirmed that the suspect posted a picture of that gun on social media And we've learned that there were some reports that warned about online threats about possible violence at the school The sheriff said they were unaware of those He called them just rumors for now but some parents and students took it very seriously Parent Robin Redding for one says her kid and a few others stayed home because they were worried He is just like they're just mad at each other within their school And the staffing at the school is trying to do their best they can to be able to keep these kids together to stop it to keep them focused in just not working It just got out of hand This has to stop This senseless killing kids.

Oxford high school Michael Bouchard Sheriff Bouchard Oakland county Robin Redding
"oxford  high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The school evacuated to a nearby department store Oxford high school has 1800 students and has a deputy based in the building Oakland county sheriff Michael Bouchard says deputies rushed into the school and they found a student coming towards them with a gun It was loaded at the time and still contained 7 rounds of ammunition When they took it from him he had a loaded firearm and he was coming down the hall That again I believe interrupted what potentially could have been 7 more victims Sheriff Bouchard says they had no prior contact with him and there was nothing to suggest that there were any problems with him at the school Any clear idea why this 15 year old allegedly shot his fellow classmates and a teacher No Law enforcement officials say they're still investigating They believe he acted alone and they're not getting much help from the alleged government who they say is not cooperating He did not resist arrest but officials say his parents visited him after he was taken into custody And the boy invoked his right not to speak without an attorney The sheriff said the gun a 9 millimeter pistol had been purchased legally by the student's father about four days before the shooting He also confirmed that the suspect posted a picture of that gun on social media And we've learned that there were some reports that warned about online threats about possible violence at the school The sheriff said they were unaware of those He called them just rumors for now But some parents and students took it very seriously Parent Robin Redding for one says her kid and a few others stayed home because they were worried He is just like they're just mad at each other within his school And the staffing at the school is trying to do their best they can to be able to keep these kids together.

Oxford high school Michael Bouchard Sheriff Bouchard Oakland county Robin Redding
"oxford  high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three o'clock good morning on James Sears Three students are dead after a school shooting in Michigan and one bright spot amid disagreement over Chicago's ward remapping WGN traffic no accidents out there to report at this time just watch out for road construction Also Chicago's winter parking band is now in effect until April That means more than a hundred miles of main streets in the city are off limits between three and 7 a.m. regardless of whether or not there's any snow So be sure to check the signs where you park if you violate the parking Ben your vehicle will be towed and it will cost you at least 200 bucks to get it back A 15 year old boy is in custody after opening fire at his Michigan school yesterday killing three classmates and injuring 8 others Oakland county sheriff Michael Bouchard says the Oxford high school community has unfortunately a lot of company in its grief One of our Japanese because of the severity of wounds loaded up one of the children in his car and sadly that child died in the car One of our employees who was in the 9-1-1 center as part of the team taking the emergency calls had a relative killed in the attack And so this touches us all personally and deeply and well for a long time The 15 year old tutor is a sophomore and is not cooperating with police the sheriff says the teen's father bought the gun the day after Thanksgiving Prosecutors called their first witness to the stand yesterday in day two of the Jesse Smollett trial The former empire actors accused of faking a hate crime on himself in 2019 and lying to police His brother JoJo's Smollett spoke outside the courtroom We're confident in his legal team And we look forward to people hearing the actual facts in this case We love him We're here to support him all of us and to lift him.

James Sears Chicago Michael Bouchard Oxford high school Michigan Oakland county Jesse Smollett Smollett JoJo
"oxford  high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"oxford high school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At three o'clock good morning on James Sears Three students are dead after a school shooting in Michigan and one bright spot in the disagreement over Chicago's ward remapping WGN traffic no accidents out there to report at this time just watch out for road construction Also Chicago's winter parking Ben is now in effect until April That means more than a hundred miles of main streets in the city are off limits between three and 7 a.m. regardless of whether or not there's any snow So be sure to check the signs where you park if you violate the parking Ben your vehicle will be towed and it will cost you at least 200 bucks to get it back A 15 year old boy is in custody after opening fire at his Michigan school yesterday killing three classmates and injuring 8 others Oakland county sheriff Michael Bouchard says the Oxford high school community has unfortunately a lot of company in its grief One of our Japanese because of the severity of wounds loaded up one of the children in his car and sadly that child died in the car One of our employees who was in the 9-1-1 center as part of the team taking the emergency calls had a relative killed in the attack And so this touches us all personally and deeply And well for a long time The 15 year old shooter is a sophomore and is not cooperating with police the sheriff says the teen's father bought the gun the day after Thanksgiving Prosecutors called their first witness to the stand yesterday in day two of the Jussie Smollett trial The former empire actor is accused of faking a hate crime on himself in 2019 and lying to police His brother JoJo's Smollett spoke outside the courtroom We're confident in his legal team And we look forward to people hearing the actual facts in this case We love him We're here to support him all of us and to lift him.

James Sears Chicago Michael Bouchard Oxford high school Michigan Oakland county Ben Jussie Smollett Smollett JoJo