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"pay county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"With data from the two, thousand, eighteen twenty nineteen school year superintendent of Greene County. Schools William Hodges says before the pandemic he had to rely on capital fund transfers to pay for buses and other essentials. He adds the district is now in triage mode to make sure students basic needs are being met Bush shifted funding to make sure kids are fed at home Internet access. In South Central Kentucky, it's tough. For our family so we've we've created hot spots throughout our county. We've purchased multiple devices to try to become a one to one district where every child at home has eight device according to the center on budget and policy priorities. Federal Relief will close just one fifth of state revenue losses but public schools are faced with additional pandemic related costs including technology for distance, learning, cleaning, and sanitizing, equipment, and P. I'm not Ramleh gone. This is PMS. A false claim from President Donald trump about left wing groups coming to takeover towns as trace back to a post from an Idaho man, the claim mirrors viral facebook post in June from an Idaho man in in it who said left-wing ANTIFA supporters were on a plane to Boise the pay county sheriff's Office had to release a statement saying the post was false Matt Hildreth who has the website rural organizing dot org followed the original rumor as it spread online and thought law enforcement and the media had done a good job debunking it. I thought there's no way. That the president of the United, states is getting information like this straight from social media. The original post was shared on facebook more than three thousand times Hildreth says misinformation about ANTIFA, supporters has spread rapidly on facebook in the past three months especially as a tool to scare people in rural communities for public news service I'm Eric Take it off and some Maryland families hit hard by the Corona virus are breathing a sigh of relief says the CDC announced a new moratorium on evictions until year's end, but the new order has important terms renters need to be aware of. Attorney Matt Hill at the Public Justice Center in Baltimore says to qualify renters need to make less than ninety, nine, thousand dollars a year and meet several other requirements. They must prove they've lost income due to the pandemic that they've applied for government assistance to pay rent and that they could become homeless. If kicked out, he knows savvy landlords could dispute small details. So it's going to help millions of ten and it's incredibly important require tennis to vigilant and to take action because it the landlord on some sort of loophole or make some sort of argument they are going. To need to respond almost three hundred thousand households unable to pay rent or at risk of addiction in Maryland according to one estimate for assistance in qualifying contact. The Fair Housing Action Center of Maryland I'm Diane Bernard Finally Mike Molin reports I, O remains one of a nation's hotspots cove in nineteen, and in the state's largest county health officials are urging people to do their part to limit community spirit. A recent White House report recommends mask mandates and other prevention measures for Iowa, after seeing alarming corona virus trends, the governor Kim Reynolds has long resisted some of those tools. Reynolds has ordered bar closures in certain counties were college students have feel the surge in cases, but the report suggests many more needed. Polk County Health Department spokesperson Eichner Davis says, this could be avoided if I wins practice simple safety measures in order to combat covid nineteen, we have followed the. Strategies at we know reduces -tunities right with Labor Day weekend here officials advising people to curb any gatherings normally plan. So the fall season doesn't see a Mike this is Mike. Clifford. For Public News Service we remember enlist or support it and always online at public new service. Dot Org. Our three underway. All Yeah. I sports news I have a whole show is AP getting cut. But we have a an empty say and it's not really empty. It's full of your calls and your thoughts and. All the great things that you bring and I say who you the Guy Behind you the guy in the other car, I wanNA hear from you want to hear from the yeah. The other guy. Had Him that's the..
"pay county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"With data from the twenty eighteen twenty, one, thousand, nine, school year Superintendent of Greene County Schools William Hodges says before the pandemic he had to rely on capital fund transfers to pay for buses and other essentials. He adds the district is now in triage mode to make sure students basic needs are being met shifted funding to know make sure kids are fed at home Internet access in south, Central Kentucky it's tough. For our family. So we've we've created hot spots throughout county. We've purchased multiple devices to try to become a one to one district where every child at home has a device according to the center on budget and policy priorities. Federal Relief will close just one fifth of state revenue losses but public schools are faced with additional pandemic related costs including technology for distance learning cleaning, and sanitizing equipment, and P p. e.. I'm not your Ramlogan. This is PMS. A false claim from President, Donald Trump about left wing groups coming to take over towns has traced back to a post from an Idaho man. The claim mirrors of viral facebook post in June from an Idaho man in Emmett who said left-wing ANTIFA supporters were on a plane to Boise the pay county sheriff's Office had to release a statement saying the post was false that Hildreth who has the website rural organizing dot org followed the original rumor as it spread online and thought law. Enforcement and the media had done a good job debunking it I thought there's no way that the president of the United States is getting information like this straight from social media. The original post shared on facebook more than three thousand times. Hildreth. Says misinformation about antecedent porter's has spread rapidly on facebook in the past three months especially as a tool to scare people in rural communities for public news service. I'm Eric Take it off and some Maryland families hit hard by the corona virus are. Of Relief says the CDC announced a new moratorium on evictions until years in. But the new order has important terms. Renters need to be aware of attorney met Hill at the Public Justice Center in Baltimore says to qualify renters need to make less than ninety, nine, thousand dollars a year and meet several other requirements. They must prove they've lost income due to the pandemic that they've applied for government assistance to pay rent and that they could become homeless. If kicked out, he knows says savvy landlords could dispute small details. So it's going to help millions of tests and it's incredibly important, but it does require tennis to be vigilant and to take action because if. The landlord your some sort of loophole or make some sort of argument they are going to need to respond almost three hundred thousand households unable to pay rent or at risk of addiction in Maryland according to one estimate for assistance in qualifying contact the fair Housing Action Center of Maryland I'm Diane Bernard Finally Mike Molin reports I remains one of a nation hotspots for cove in nineteen and in the state's largest county health officials are urging people to do their part to limit communities for it. A recent White House report recommends mask mandates and other prevention measures for Iowa after seeing alarming corona virus trends but governor Kim Reynolds has long resisted some of those tools. Reynolds has ordered bar closures in certain counties where college students have feel the surge in cases, but the report suggests many more are needed. Polk County Health Department spokesperson Nola Eichner Davis says this could be avoided if I went to practice simple safety measures in order to combat covid nineteen..
"pay county" Discussed on Florida Matters
"You're talking about a lot of money In addition to that he also wants another three hundred million dollars for a bonus program. You're talking when all is said and done about a billion dollar boost Into K twelve and the question that lawmakers have and where he's already he's starting to run into the pushback is where the heck are we going to get. That billion dollars from something is going to have to give and already you're seeing a little bit of blowback on that proposal. I think House Speaker. Jose Leyva who was very sort of Luke warm to it And then you're GONNA have to deal with you know if they pass and if they allocate this money how does it filter down because teacher pay is something that is negotiated down at the Individual School district level so Aw that is probably one of the biggest priorities for session and that is definitely going to be one that involves a lot of tug of war between the Legislature Governor to Santa Mantis. And even the Teacher's Union. So William I mean one thing that legislators must do and really the only thing that they must do during the session is pass a budget and this is a good money year. This is not a lean year. The economy's going along pretty well. What does the money looked like this year? Lynn was mentioning more money towards education. Is that going to be a battle because the state does have some money. It's certainly will be a battle. The state does have some money. But it also has some major needs needs Education is one of them. The prison system is another world. Probably talk about that later and this could be one of the governor Rhonda Santa's first real conflicts with the legislature. Because after he's how wonderful honeymoon for its first year office Because he has staked himself self out for a sharp increase teacher. Pay On and as Lynn mention some Some legislators including Jose Alita the very powerful speaker from the State House are not super crazy about the idea. It doesn't seem like one of the most divisive issues. Everybody likes to see money going towards education. Everybody likes to see teachers. Paid more. You you hardly ever hear people shouting. No we don't want more money for teachers. Sure but the question is how much and how they they do it the And the the Teachers Union. The teachers themselves are not crazy about about dishonest proposal. Because it's yet another bonus US program. The dirty little secret here is that the Republican legislature does not want to simply appropriate enough money for the schools to pay teachers well because because as Lynn mentioned salaries are actually negotiated at the district level with the Teachers Union and the Republican. Legislators hate the Teacher's Union and don't want to to do anything that would involve them with the process. They want to themselves set the amounts of money that teachers get and set the criteria for it. And that's why we end end up with these endless bonus programs instead of simply teachers roses coming in this program would be in addition to the raises right Len. Well yes but keep in mind again to what Williams said they want it to go to forty seven five. How do you get there when the legislature created the best and brightest program That by all accounts was a failure and they did it so that they could circle invent the teachers unions. So the question is how do you get to that level and keep in mind. That's only for starting teachers. What about those who have been teaching for five ten fifteen twenty years? This is a real point of contention. How do you do it while trying to go around the unions when you know the the the law the Constitution gives that negotiating power to the local unions? So you have a real issue here both with breath how how the legislature will do it whether or not they're going to try and put this bonus component in which is what governor Santa's wants and even when they put some of this money into k twelve. There's still a lot of trickle-down going on here. So it's complicated. It's not just as simple as saying we're going to do this and get it done. I just wanted to point out the best. And we mentioned the best and brightest program. And that's the thing. Yeah that's the existing bonus program. That's just gotten gotten a lot of of opposition so so lynn mentioned the problem. That this that this Pay Program the salary increase would affect only starting and teachers and then you'd have teachers with five or more years experience who are suddenly making the same amount as people just tired fresh out of school but Lynn. Correct me if I'm wrong. Isn't there another a problem that there are some counties including I think Miami Dade where the starting pay is already higher than the four that descend US wants to set. Yes yes there are and so the question becomes well what happens in places like Miami Dade places I think Broward another high. Pay County where you're already at or above that level. There's no answer to that right now and so. I think that some of the concerns that some of the lawmakers have raised about out how they go about doing this are legitimate And it was interesting to me. The Senate has already voted to start moving forward to repealed press best and brightest and they to raised some of these concerns while admitting that the bonus programme did not work out exactly as they thought thought it would so very big goal one of those you know big hairy audacious goals that's been laid out but the question is how do we get there and you're going to kind of conceal you're going to see that as we get closer and closer toward the end of session and into budget talks that's going to get really complicated and really really weedy so I haven't really heard anything new about charter schools This year William. Anything is the battle for that pretty much over her. I don't know that it's over and but what happened was last year and last year session. The legislature passed a major piece of legislation that made a fundamental change in allowing state funding to go to private schools And it's also passed a lot of favorite of legislation recently favorable to charter schools. What what they did last year was for the first time they allowed state tax revenue to go directly to to private schools through the the voucher program in the past? What's what's been happening is? Corporate tax payers were allowed to divert their tax money into contributions to agencies that provided vouchers for private schools. Now for the first time Money that's already been paid to the state and taxes can go from the treasury into those programs and this this is of course a major change and raises a constitutional issue. And it's being litigated. There's a lawsuit against it so I don't think you'll see anything coming up in this year's legislative session that will be as major as what past and is now being litigated And last year session so moving on you mentioned the the Prison System William and one of our local legislators state Senator Jeff brandis of Saint Petersburg has really been pushing hard for reforms to the state's criminal final justice system. Can you tell us a little bit about that sure. Well what's happened. Is that the secretary of the Department of Corrections. Mark Inch recently recently made a report to the legislature to the effect that the state's prison system essentially is in crisis because of low pay staff turnover over the kind of budgetary problems that have resulted in thousands and thousands of of brand new inexperienced guards on duty of staying being forced to work twelve hour shifts mandatory overtime and basically inches warning was that the problems have gotten so bad that he fears they could easily lead to major violence within the Florida prisons. He even has asked all of his the high level staff of the prison system. I'm to read a book about a deadly riot in nineteen eighty in New Mexico and how that riot occurred fearing that something similar could happen here. The in addition to that there have been several three or four incidents over the last year in which violence by prison staff members. Prison guards against inmates resulted in major scandals including one incident in our calipers and left a woman inmate paralyzed from the neck down for life. After a beating I several guards. This is going to be a critical issue for the legislature to face. And it's going to require to solve. It is just going to require money. So Jeff Brenda specifically I know has been looking at reform packages to reduce the sentences of young adults and juvenile offenders. Lynn Lynn. Can you tell us about that. Yeah so a lot of the proposals are dealing with issues like gain time. which is you know getting time off for good behavior and mandatory minimum reform? We've been talking about these things for years. Last year brand had a really ambitious plan that if the legislature had approved it. I believe that state economists had estimated. It can save more than eight hundred million over ten years. You're talking about Florida. which is a state that has the third highest prison population with some of the lowest paid employees to sort of guard that population our prisons? Thousands are crumbling. You saw a lot of damage due to many of them during the last few hurricanes so this is a serious issue and Brandis has really been pushing to reduce the state's prison population. You know it's going to take a lot of money to be put into the system to bring a lot of these facilities up to code up to par but Florida does not want to build any more prisons. So what do you do you either. Invest the money or you reduce the population that you have to guard either way. Something has to give and I think that the book that Secretary has been circulating. It's called The Devil's butcher shop. And he's been very passionate about that. He's been talking to anybody. You know who will give him a microphone to say we have to do something and this is coming coming off about a decade long push to sort of cut the corrections budget cut cut cut cut cut and now it's sort of at a at a very Critical stage so now. It's time to cut sentencing. I guess mandatory sentencing which has become controversial that something that lawmakers want to change and also reducing sentences for for the younger offenders and maybe for a less serious drug offenses things like that I. I personally think it's interesting to note robin that that these kinds of proposals Eliminating Mandatory minimums in many cases on allowing gain time in mini cases. Basically all they're doing is undoing. The anti the get tough on crime steps that were taken in the nineteen ninety. You're listening to Florida matters. We're going to take a short break and we'll be right back. This is Florida matters. I'm Robin Sussing Ham. And today we're talking about the upcoming state legislative session. My guests are William March longtime political reporter and Tampa Bay Times correspondent and Lynn had her the news director at W. FSU which is the NPR member station in Tallahassee..
"pay county" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"More of the case if oh morning show on whistle. Blower Wednesday on talk radio five sixty K SFO chief whistle blower. Steve Frank coming up in just a bit here on case vote. So we're talking about these democratic debates. We're talking about the one guy who's interestingly missing from the entire equation. And that's Gavin Newsom the governor of California. Now, think about this. We have we're calling it the circular firing squad because it's pretty hilarious. But bottom line is tonight. You've got ten people. There are twenty four who are actually twenty four who actually in the race right now. but in the debate tonight tomorrow night you'll have ten tonight ten tomorrow night in order to make the cut n._b._c. said you either had to have sixty five thousand dollars to your campaigns with at least two hundred dollars in twenty different states or obtained at least one percent in the three poles recognizes legitimate by n._b._c. so that's how they came up with twenty four people that just didn't make the cut but tonight you've got for example cory booker bill de blasio julian castro john delaney tulsi gabbard jay inslee amy klobuchar beta arar tim ryan elizabeth ward of these seriously katie and i do this for a living i couldn't i can't even tell you julian castro has no clue not a clue yeah john delaney never heard of him we do this for a living jay inslee i've heard the name i can't tell you what the guy does tim ryan not sure so of the of the ten i know cory booker he's the former prosecutor now senator bill de blasios the mayor of new york tulsi gabbard is the congresswoman from hawaii amy klobuchar is senator from minnesota soda baidoa rourke and with beta i can't even tell you is beta currently the congress are not now he's a former representative from texas so this is a guy that didn't even get reelected in in texas couldn't even beat ted cruz think about this and then he got any notoriety is he lost ted cruz there you go and then elizabeth warren the indian so think about this you've got if gavin newsom were running he would be top of the heap if he ever running in tonight's debate he would be a front runner he would be wow governor of california who yeah good looking guy whoa businessman my goodness related the nancy pelosi former mayor of san francisco my goodness former what was he he was the lieutenant he was the former lieutenant this guy's got the street cred the credentials to be in this debate and probably mop up but he's not he's not for reason because his handler and his adviser nancy pelosi his auntie has said gavin we're gonna wait okay let these freaks do their thing donald trump's gonna get reelected then it's your time then it's your time I love that one of the moderators for tonight. guys such a clown cecchi chuck todd lester holt and savannah guthrie this is gonna be beautiful twenty three minutes past six o'clock on ks they're also gonna have rachel maddow their moderating tonight no oh this is going to be a blast sure they got the whole n._b._c. crew there do we know if trump still going to be live tweeting that'll be fun he said he was yes well here's what it pays to be a doctor and it really pays to be a neurosurgeon and it really pays to be a neurosurgeon in san joaquin san joaquin county san joaquin general hospital be specific i'm looking at the list of the eight highest paid county employees in california these are the eight highest pay county employees in the state they're all physicians Or physician managers in San Joaquin county. Three of them are making more than a million dollars a year. so these are county employees to neurosurgeons a trauma surgeon all practicing at san joaquin general hospital made more than a million dollars last year Heath. well they got a lot of loans to pay off though but they're working for the county it's not like they're working for you know a private hospital right or have a private practice right so it kind of makes you wonder what's in the water over there i'm reading here here's morris singer at this is all it's all jim it i i hope but it just shows you how it's easy to make money in these counties they could never make this kind of money i'm guessing private practice in a hospital boris singer neurosurgeon made six hundred twenty seven thousand dollars in his base pay and then six hundred fifteen thousand dollars for other pay that's what it's to declare other paid so the way they do it is they call it let me see you've got several different types of pay you got base pay overtime and other pay other pay is stipends incentive pay car allowances and bonuses so this guy almost as much as his salary and all that and a six hundred twenty seven thousand dollars base pay i know we have physicians listening who are saying that's pretty damn good it's more than the president of the united states yeah but then you get the other pay other pay and the other pay is more than the pay for the president of the yes yes see you've got all these guys making that kind of dough the highest paid county employing california outside san joaquin county was a pharmacy services chief who made eight hundred twenty thousand dollars so i'm reading more about san joaquin general it is a level three trauma center it is required to staff a neurosurgeon twenty four seven and they only have three on staff in twenty seventeen and all three of these guys are making about a million dollars apiece my guess is they're thinking themselves we don't want anybody else working on this shift we got three of us were making bank hey don't cut anybody else in this house is don't cost anything in san joaquin that my goodness Yeah. Way, I'm guessing. Meantime, I'd look at it. The, the warriors got the new stadium and they've got these guys running the club who just think they're the smartest thing since whatever. but and the warriors obviously great franchise right andre iga dolla i really like him as a player and i think i like him as a guy as well if i if i i'm just guessing he's a really good guy he's a class act so he's saying the warriors have priced the real fans out the warriors have priced the real fans at i believe it you look at how much is costing to go to these games at the new stadium folk you've you've gotta be you've gotta have some bank you know what they're they're they're almost mimicking what the niners did their fans with levi stadium yes look what happened with the team sucked all the sudden you couldn't give those tickets away right so it's just a matter of time it will happen it will happen they're they're the priciest tickets in the league now are going to be at the new stadium but once the team sucks you're not going to be able to give those to it'll end up balancing out but in the meantime they are pricing the real fed out iga dala you're correct it's twice twenty seven.
"pay county" Discussed on KTRH
"H news time one. Oh one. Our top story. Police are looking for a man in a red hoodie driving. A red truck believed to have opened fire into a five female car killing one little girl and wounding her mother in the arm. Another girl was injured by shattered glass, our TV partner channel to spoke with Harris County sheriff's office major Jesse Rossouw people who usually commit this type of crime usually talk about it or confiding somebody about it. So if anyone knows anything, please contact our dispatch at seven one three two two one six thousand major Rozo also said that if you see you think this vehicle in this driver DO NOT APPROACH him. He is considered armed. Dangerous. Call hairs county sheriff's well, there's more of this in Texas news police arrested an armed man this morning who is allegedly in route to fulfill his called Prem privacy. Make that prophecy. An off-duty gain officer observed and oddly dressed male wearing tactical style clothing, a surgical face shield and carrying a loaded firearm with extra ammunition the man was arrested and transported to Guadalajara pay county jail where he was booked for possession of marijuana and possession of a firearm. The suspect arson is charged with setting a Dollar General store on fires behind bars this morning Jarrod Parker has been hearing over had a hearing overnight where the store manager testified that a clerk had become suspicious and was watching Parker closely went on trial. All over. To keep an eye on. Seal. He's accused.
"pay county" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Seven four four five back and phones, we go and carry in Michigan Kerry. How are you? Pretty good. How about you? I'm super what's on your mind. Two quick points. According regarding the caravans, according to the constitution, article four section four executive is guaranteed to any state or states from an invasion. That seems like commonsense doesn't. Yes. And then my second point wise in regards to travel, I live in Michigan. And if I go into Canada, I have to have a special driver's license. It's called enhanced. Check us going in. They check you going out. They ask you what you're going in for how long you're going to stay there. If you have any guns, they can search your car for anything and matches driving from Michigan to Canada and back then that amazing. So they're trying to protect their country. Why can't we protect hours? Well, that's what I'm telling you. When we come back in were asked the same questions from customers as we're coming back in from Canada back into the United States and most people though carry would say, well, this is very reasonable. You're you're trying to keep bad people out. And then these some of these same folks will say, well, let's just let people stream across the border coming in from Mexico. It makes absolutely no sense. There's no logic to it. There's no consistency. Whatsoever in the top of that if people. Yeah, all of the Democrats want to give them Medicaid. They want to give him. Visit you know, physicals and. Everything that caused us. And then when Medicaid Medicare run out people are going to be screaming like crazy. Oh, yeah. There's only enough so much to go around. We can't we can't Medicaid the world. You know, they're so darn poor. How can they afford to give the coyotes are the cartels five thousand seven thousand or ten thousand dollars that thing I was interviewing some guy, and he says he's going to get up close to the border a pay county five thousand dollars, and they said, well, how do you get five days? It will take me a year to to get it will. So you're gonna work a year or two and get five thousand dollars just to come into the country. There's something's upside down about then. Exactly. Yeah. All right. Foreign destitute. Like, I said, you know, they're supposed to be the mothers with their children y y y if are so poor and destitute where did they get the money to pay the Coyote the cartels? What else something ain't adding up is it? All right here. We appreciate it very much who's next. Ashley, you would be up next. Ashley, what's up? And just curious if anyone remembers I hope I'm correct that wasn't it a democrat administration that. Alien Gonzales out of his relatives house from Miami. And shipped him back to. Yep. That would have been the Bill Clinton administration. So I'm wondering where was all that compassion. They had for poor people coming from hell holes when they did that. Yeah. That's a great point. Is that we'll see it's just like with Juan Williams the other night when we were talking about the Hillary DO when she's saying when you all black folks, look alike, and he said that was just a joke, and then they was asked. Well, what if Trump it said all that'd be different? It wouldn't be different. It's the same words the same joke. If you're making a joke if Hillary can get away with in Trump, should Trump would never.
"pay county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Night in Camden our officers have non, life, threatening, injuries. But now for the grace. Of God to be quite Frank with you the manner rounds were fired at close range and through particularly through the windshield Thompson says the gunman fired anywhere between ten and twenty five, rounds at the detectives who were sitting in their unmarked vehicle one. Of the detectives was able to return fire. It's not known if anyone else was shot Nevada brothel owner Dennis Hof has lost his broth- a license for, the love ranch in nyc county after failing to apply for. Renewal and. Paying fees on time it's the first. Time in a decade the county has permanently. Yanked brothel license off also failed to complete his renewal application and pay county mandated fees on time last. Year but the county let him slide off is currently the Republican candidate for Nevada. Assembly district thirty six OJ Simpson. Says there's a silver, lining to. Having a kidnapping felony on your record you can, still get the Royal treatment in Las Vegas Simpson was caught on video joking about being a felon with another customer at a Las Vegas, restaurant to one that the football great, likes to frequent as other patrons Say think norm from cheers might people as felons Rick like this DMZ released the video saying they've been. Told by multiple people Simpson is not treated anything like an ex-con he's bombarded by tourists and locals. Who begged for fees autographs and high fives, and about a governor Brian Sandoval said to, get married this weekend he'll be marrying Laura Lynn McCarthy on Saturday December. Saint of all announced he had separated from his. Wife twenty-seven years their divorce. Was finalized in February on Wall Street the Dow is. Down forty the news brought to you by in and out..
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"Paying fees on time it's the first time in a decade the county has permanently yanked brothel license off also failed to complete his, renewal application in pay county mandated fees on time last year but the county let. Him slide, off is currently the Republican candidate for assembly, district thirty six a gunman opened fire on to New Jersey police officers who were sitting in their vehicle at a red light wounding them, and what police are calling an ambush, Camden County police chief Scott Thomson said at least one suspect open fire on the detectives Tuesday. Night in Camden located just across the, Delaware river from Philadelphia our officers have non life threatening injuries but. For the grace of God to be quite Frank with you the man around there were fired at close range in and through particularly through the windshield Thompson says the gunman fired anywhere between ten and twenty five rounds at the detectives who were Sitting in their unmarked vehicle one, of the detectives was able to return fire but it was not immediately clear if anyone else was shot President Trump is predicting the US, in China will end up with a, fantastic trading partnership despite the tariffs dispute as the White House was announcing that sixteen billion dollars. More in Chinese imports will face higher, tariffs of twenty five percent later this month the president was telling. Business leaders it will all work out he hosted some key corporate executives at his resort in Bedminster New Jersey and predicted economic growth so strong the GDP could rise by five percents Erkin energy Largest in the world Incredible new is the new tariffs against China hit, mostly on industrial, products like steam, turbines an iron girders and. China has been..
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"Four four five hundred forty two forty two channel four tonight is in boston is running a story at eleven about how much this cost the city of boston to have city employees who are charged with felonies continue on the payroll until they are actually brought to trial and you know you know the the two the two people that were involved in the corruption trial with the with the unions and wanting jobs got him sullivan from dorchester and some gay guy whose name slipped my mind now used to work for the vall patrick they were paid they were paid about one hundred thousand dollars each for over a year while they were awaiting trial and then they've been the charges were tossed out and then there was a felix arroyo the younger who was accused of various sexual harassment basically and he was he was put on the sideline at the same time his father who was the register of probate i guess it was was also suspended so you had a father and son team with the same name felix arroyo were both suspended although i guess felix arroyo senior was a county pay county officials so he was a he was on a state payroll rather than the city payroll but apparently there are a lot more people that that have been suspended or not suspended suspended with pay and i guess it's i i guess it's a union thing or they don't want to agree that they don't want to say you know you're innocent until proven guilty but so channel four is going to do a story about how much this is costing us to have all these all these accused criminals still on the city payroll how much is it save five million over the last three years five million i mean i i i'd say i'm saying those two guys that were in that that high profile corruption trial because it involved the mayor marty walsh you know supposedly they were acting at his behest that was no more than like i'd say a quarter of a million i mean not not seem pretty damn ridiculous and i don't think felix arroyo got paid much more than eighty thousand so so so you're telling me there's there's fifteen times as many people as i just mentioned the out there there's dozens there's gotta be dozens of them.
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"Eight it was an active shooters he with no calls came in of a suspicious first so how did not know he was at the valero after the fact with investigate a videotape urban now attempt guts you could be lopate woah all right we have been listening live to a press conference held by texas government officials in law enforcement officials after this morning's deadly shooting in sutherland springs texas uh a lot of information they are still a lot of unanswered questions here's what we do know we do know that his the suspect was dressed in all black we know that he crossed the street to the church where he would enter at where he would eventually opened fire and we know that he entered end to end die killed that many people i'm in studio now with npr's brian lucas who covers the department of justice for npr at wind can you tell us what it what we learn from this press conference were the top lines well we got a bit of a a time line from authorities we know that the suspect was at a gas station inside ireland springs near the church across the street he opened fire outside he moved to the right of the church opened fire continued firing e then moved inside the church was firing he had an assault syle type rifle he he exited the church a local citizen the authorities say opened fire on the suspect the suspect got into a car and fled the local citizen pursued the suspect made it to the county line there's waterloo pay county which is just north of wilson county where the uh where the shooting took place the car crashed it's not clear at this point whether these suspect shot himself or whether he was shocked by someone else but the suspect is dead he's in his twenties white male swearing a ballistic best tactical gear dressed all in black uh we don't have motive however that's the one question that authorities started off by saying if you're looking for a motive at this point we don't have an answer to that question right now the law enforcement and government officials who were speaking all sounded an they sounded devastated.
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"So uh they uh they they check media run me and my wife my ex wife didn't pay the ticket so i'm going to jail and uh they search me and they find a cigarette in my in my uh my jacket pocket that i shouldn't have had um one of those cigarettes and so now the charges alert are with us and uh and i'm going to jail for two two charges now and and i and i go to jail and then the next day i get bailed out by a friend and a man it's not as easy as it sounds and sound so easy i got build out they showed that a top i said you know i don't think i've ever seen a jail on miami beach where is it paid county and then suddenly i total like the seem to look on my face i'm gone i'm gone agreed county jail it is not a nice place to though gesture and uh so that's what they did they put me in dade county jail and the cup in inner judge next morning didn't want to let me out and um i had a uh had means two two by lawyers otherwise they would have kept me in there so there's a difference when you say yes i can i can't afford an an attorney and no i can't they treat you differently um man so they did let me go and uh so i wasn't going to be a drain on the on the system so to speak um no public defender and and they they let me out um river uh i called the girl and i said i said to hear from you why don't you tell me i was really sitting in front of krakow and she should wear why give job out child don't they don't colour arrogant yeah valuable is i i appreciate the way too long a warning to story oh it was a it was a thought it was idea bad idea no more no more restores a because if you only deal arrest story i had was a guy turning himself into something you got away with numerous stories it we tried something a failed it happens we move on i asked what team is more rewind on one player then the.
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"New state prison inmates decline from nearly six hundred fifty and two thousand fourteen to more than one hundred twenty last year that's a good thing that's that was sort of the goal one of the goals but see legislature purports you my reply go hi it's working the story goes on that decline allowed the state to close the henry bill correctional facility in southern indiana reducing spending by nearly two point five million dollars might also say that was the goal it worked problem solved not so fast in ninety three wibc rub kindle the rub kindle show schori an ibj goes on to say though but chris johnston of ksm consulting told lawmakers most nonviolent offenders are now ending up in county jails rather than in community corrections and probation programs the case him study found the states eleven million dollars in estimated annual prison savings are largely consumed by the nearly nine point five million dollars it pays counties to hold low level felons in jail so at the end of the day one of those promises which was going to save as much money isn't coming true now let's talk about the second part of that promise which was that we want to clear out our prisons so that the worst of the worst can spend as much time there is possible that that looks like that is happening from 650 down to a new state prison inmates to climb from nearly six fifty in two thousand fourteen donor one last year that appears that it's working but what they're not telling.
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"The affected area of the impact of his major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened in who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in corresponded to taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for last week taylor bring us up to speed on what places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwater stuck receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm has had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along the gulf coast of texas up into louisiana arkansas and mississippi people the region are still dealing with flooding and unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future whole once the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those in law lowlying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those are the path at a hurricane new ahead of time it would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week brought with a tremendous devastation tyre region saturated and they were simply no place for the water to go so even with tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the storm was just too powerful group in new year new very often tab kirin corner years now but good riding like nobody can plan far as harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just that gulf coast which was going to be affected by the storm even areas three hours inland such as waterloo pay county ordered volunteering evacuations bric a buffet thing about three inches of rain per hour and anytime we haven't ever ever rain event like that we we thief writing and are low lying areas along aguado if they river county spokesperson morgan ash said it was important to give people.
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"Even if you don't live in the affected area the impact of his major storm will be felt throughout the nation and ultimately worldwide as we take a look at the past week or so it's very important for us to understand exactly what happened and who's been affected for that part of the story let's bring in correspondent taylor malarde who's been on the ground in texas for last week taylor brings up to speed on what places were hit hardest and what's ahead for those whose lives have been changed possibly forever it's going to be some time before the floodwater stuck receding el this and only then will we really be able to fully gauge the impact the storm is had on hundreds of miles of coastline and even several hours inland from the mexican border all along the gulf coast of taxes up into louisiana arkansas in mississippi people the reach it are still dealing with flooding at unfortunately this labor day weekend still finds at least thirty two thousand texans in shelter uncertain of what the future hope once the weather forecast began predicting the magnitude of the storm dozens of offshore oil rigs were evacuated those in la low lying areas began boarding up their homes it wasn't long before they took what possessions they could and made their way to higher ground still even though those are the path at a hurricane new ahead of time it would bring tremendous rain and flooding the constant heavy rain for nearly a week pro with a tremendous devastation tyre region be saturate simply no place for the water to go so even were tied to prepare those such as felicia craven's near houston set the store was just too powerful rick rubin about you know who very often roucab kyrie twenty years now but good riding nobody could plan far as harvey started getting closer and closer to texas it became apparent it wasn't just the gulf coast which was going to be affected by the storm even areas three hours inland such as waterloo pay county ordered voluntary evacuations brie a great thing about three inches of rain per hour and any we have a number of rain event like that we the fbi priding and are low lying areas around the guadalupe river county spokesperson morgan ash said it was important to give people the chance to get out at a nearby new braun polls put.
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"Is leasing listening to coast to coast am breaks live from the news seizinger recall effort over this sexual assault sentence he gave us former stanford university swimmer has publicly defended himself for the first time superior court judge aaron persky said in a statement sounds friday with santa clara county that it is his job to consider rehabilitation anticipation for firsttime offenders persky says his role is to consider both sides and follow the law not public opinion it's your visiting the san bernardino national forest is holiday weekend officials are warning don't like campfires use still lives outside or have any kind of open fire outside of designated areas his activities are now banda because of an increased risk of wildfires us forest service spokeswoman geralina alcordo says the fire dangerous high because of hot dry summer conditions and thick vegetation from winter rains break the ban any face fines of up to ten thousand dollars or up to six months in jail a man accused of flying drone over wildfire near press got county arezzo now has been grounded police have arrested a fifty four year old man saying he interrupted firefighting efforts on a fire that his forces thousands of people from their homes police said on wednesday the drone circled and officials sire fighting plane posing a threat to grounded fourteen aircrafts including helicopters in air tankers officials say the man was spotted in a white van flying the drone on the day the fire was reported june twenty four th and a number of times over the past week the yeah other pay county sheriff's office is charged a man with endangerment and unlawful operation of an unmanned aircraft amy king kfi news traffic on the helpful socal honda traffic center there's issues in woodland hills on the window on this is a work zone on the 101 southbound from kenya to receivable of are gouging it's gonna be taken away the two left lanes until nine a m you're seeing delays throughout that stretch and in lynnwood is this is on the 105 eastbound connector to these 710 northbound little fenderbender blocking that transition roads you're seeing delays from long beach boulevard good news in whittier earlier crash that was all the 605 southbound at whittier boulevards that's been cleared from lanes your drives up the full speeds in that area kfi in the sky get you there faster i'm brian vance twenty four seven coastal your comments.
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"Sworn in for another term mayor eric are said he has taken his second oath of office in front of a crowd at city hall that included after george to k whose originally from boyle heights the mayor declared his reelection at a victory rally just two hours after polls closed back in march garcetti's term is for five and a half years instead of the standard four years because of a change in election dates approved by voters in two thousand fifteen the mayor has touted accomplishments that have occurred since he won his first term a two thousand thirteen including supporting a minimum wage hike julie cider kfi news mccue the flying of crawled over a wildfire near prosecutor result has been grounded lease of a restaurant of fifty four year old man saying he interrupted firefighting efforts on a a fire that has forced thousands of people from their homes police said on wednesday the drone circled and official firefighting plane posing a threat that grounded fourteen aircraft including helicopters and air tankers officials say the man was spotted in a white van flying the drone on the day the fire was reported june 24 th and a number of times over the past week the of a pay county show sheriff's office has charged the man with endangerment and unlawful operation of an unmanned aircraft any king kfi news police you'll little rock arkansas sue shooting of injured at least twenty people at a nightclub mood boom gangrelated twenty people were pearly shot three others hurt trying to escape a shooting early yesterday all all the number the the were injured obviously the problem would be multiple through results little rock police chief kempten barker so some sort of dispute led to the shooting between individuals inside the club durban nor rust of incident happened very early in the morning of the power ultra lounge about a mile from the state capital allowed has boomed shutdown fact of immediately travel eric for your helpful socal honda traffic center little bit better now and was career on.