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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To include a few more firearm offenses by a juvenile, for which there must be a hearing as to whether to certify the juvenile to be tried and sentenced as an adult. Compromise is huge because it would raise the minimum age. What's your juvenile can be twice as an adult if the judge agrees from 12 years of age to 14 years. From the state Capitol. Phil Brooks was his news radio KMOX the same that was automatic board president is concerned about Governor Parsons Crime Bill Reed does not believe trying Children. His adults will solve the crime problem. Friday, the Senate reached a compromise, increasing the age from 12 to 14. Hard to believe that we're actually considering issuing a mandatory sentence. Chicken and putting them in a locker would fully grown adults. When we do that, we might as well say goodbye to that child because that foul will never come out of that prison mark of the same breed contends this is not how you get to the root of the crime problem. We have to get out from it and do things that are going on ultra behavior. Reed is a strong proponent of the care Violence model, which is now operating into neighborhoods. Marie Akina, ST Louis is NewsRadio Camel. Major changes are coming, too Natural Bridge Avenue in the city, among them making at one lane each between Euclid and Salisbury. Alderman John Collins. Mohammed says.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Missouri's abortion decision. Good morning. Camelot's news time, ten oh, four I'm George sells seventy eight degrees downtown at the arch. We'll have the forecast for you in just a moment. I a little bit of breaking news, right lanes of interstate seventy eastbound closed right now in earth city across just after nine this morning is the cause of the backup, which extends from one forty one all the way to the misery river. The lanes are expected to be back open within the next half hour Vizor governor Mike Parsons promising to sign into law. What will be one of the nation's strictest anti abortion laws. The governor's promise came just a few hours after a highly emotional debate Missouri's house over final passage that included a confession by Bill supporter, like goes, orcs, rocky Miller. I'm never speaking on this again effort ever. Because. When I was a young man slash boy. I was involved in an abortion. I had my part in it. I didn't know anything not an excuse. It's just the truth. Did not know what I was doing opponents told equally emotional stories measure, overwhelmingly passed an almost straight party line vote from the state capital. Phil Brooks glosses News Radio. What's your cable? That's Accu weather forecast today, warm and sunny, a few clouds, high of eighty-seven tonight. It gets a little dicey clouds and some thunderstorms, moving.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ban pass today under a measure has now been sent to governor parson, cakewalks capital. Correspondent Phil Brooks reports. The house debate was just what in for a few minutes about one hundred abortion rights advocates voicing opposition to what the hell's was about to pass the protesters peacefully left as house members voiced emotional, and sometimes personal stories on both sides of the issue. As for the protesters they moved downstairs to outside the governor's office to shelter demand. He vetoed the measure, that's unlikely since Mike Parsons, just earlier this week called on legislators to send him the Bill from the state capital, Phil Brooks Lewis, NewsRadio K Molex, and in the south the only democratic governor Louisiana's. John Bel Edwards is supporting a fetal heartbeat abortion ban as tensions increased between the US in Iran in the wake of the president's decision to ramp up sanctions. There's bipartisan concern in Washington about where things are headed the. Trucking off reports that his advisors are pressuring him toward a military confrontation, CBS news. White House correspondent Steven Portnoy has the latest is the news reports about his administration stance on Iran might be good strategically, they put out so many false messages that Iran is totally confused. I don't know that might be a good thing. Mr. Trump insists the stories that he's worried. His advisors pushing him reluctantly toward war are incorrect. But I'm angry with people. I'm not angry with my people. I'm worse than they are. They're worse than me. Are there? More militant president insists his secretary of state, and national security adviser are doing great jobs. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Kmox news time three oh to a plan to let Saint Louis voters do away with the residency rule back on the front burner. In the singles board of alderman, the sponsoring older woman. Carol Howard says the city is scrambling to hire people to fill vacant positions across the city and the residency rules, the problem. It discourages people from working for the city. You should be able to hire from the whole metropolit- time..

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Senate hasn't countered, it second filibuster of the week, this time over abortion, measure. What have Missouri joins Georgia with one of the nation's most restrictive antiabortion laws would ban any abortion of fetal? Heartbeat can be detected in the fetus or the woman's been pregnant for more than a week's only exception would be a medical emergency. There's no exception for rape Brin southeast, but measure triggered an immediate democratic filibuster. It suggests that the only way to get to a vote would be a Republican motion of shut off debate. But if the past is any indication that could lead to democratic retaliation slowing down the critical last two days of sheer session from the state capital. Phil Brooks, Lewis's News Radio K x Saint Louis police still aren't talking about Monday night, shooting inside a home on the north side, that left four people dead and one injured they still haven't released the name of the victims or any word on what led to the shooting on shreve avenue. Meantime, criminologist. Hubner was asked if the killings could lead to more violence in the days ahead. Absolutely. I think every time you hear about high profile case like that, then you have to think about rent revenge. This is a large event, and people are going to think about it for a long time. There will be a number of funerals that sometimes where people find revenge Hubner says she supports efforts intervene with young people on the verge of violent crime to steer them at a Johnson education opportunities. She also supports efforts by police to go after gun markets to cut down on the flow of legal guns looking at mainly. Clear skies overnight with.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"We have traffic and weather together for you coming up at five ten manned as you heard on CBS news the Coen public testimony has concluded lacy. Clay among those asking questions on the house oversight committee. He made his position known in. His opening remarks calling please you agree to testify today voluntarily in my view, we are all here. But just one reason, and that's the American people are tired of being lied to democrat Klay focused on the president's financial statements and whether he inflated revenue figures of his business assets of two nine point five billion in revenues in two thousand sixteen public filings suggested revenues were actually less than one tenth of that to your knowledge did the president or his. Carbonate ever inflate assets or revenues. Yes. And was that with the president's knowledge or direction? Everything was done with the knowledge and at the direction of Mr. Trump as you heard on Cam walks and CBS Cohen is headed to prison after pleading guilty to line to congress have negotiations to Trump Tower in Moscow during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign, Ohio, congressman, Jim Jordan. The committee's ranking Republican says Cohen was invited to testify for political reasons by an overwhelming majority today, the Missouri house sent the Senate measure that would ban most abortions, but his came Alexis. Phil Brooks tells us there was an unusual twist to the debate. Unlike the vitriolic debate of pastures this year is house abortion debate was dominated by personal stories ended with the house majority leader Jefferson county's rob Bisco who cited his own past as argument for not terminating unwanted, pregnancies. I was adopted as a child I spent the first part of my life and foster care my sister's adopted, my brothers are adopted my two sisters Dr. Opted? My brothers and adopted on the other side abortion rights supporters told their own personal stories, including one member who told her colleagues that because of past birth problems. She was four times more likely to die from again trying to give birth from the state capital. Phil Brooks news, where do you eleven twenty KOMO ex we now know the name of the Saint Louis police officer killed while driving the wrong way and north.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Steeple traffic center. The winter weather advisory has expired, but we could still see some rain or drizzle for times this morning tonight. Actually, I should say high of forty five today, so pretty mild and breezy twenty-six overnight, and then tomorrow, high of forty five we may even see some sunshine, but right now, it's just overcast in the region and thirty three degrees in Edwardsville, Saint Charles and downtown Saint Louis news time is seven thirteen. The better together plan is coming under fire from a well known academic. Dr Terry Jones, a retired professor of political science at Seoul was guests on the Charlie Brennan show. Brennan asked Jones about his claim that the better together. Plan would destroy the power of small town government Louisville and Indianapolis did not end municipalities Nashville for the Nashville. They're used the poster child for better together. But were suggesting is not exactly what they did is a very different concept a much less democratic concept, much, less local democracy at organization than any of those three. For instance, Jones says Kirkwood would no longer have the power to make its own zoning decisions and would have to get final approval from the metro governments. Zoning board a parade of Saint Louis officials arguing to the Missouri Senate rules committee against a better together to merge, the city and county. The lead opponent was the Saint Louis municipal league's executive director, Pat Keller. This proposal going to a statewide vote amend the constitution, and we'll lemonade that thorny of those twenty five plus municipalities in Saint Louis county who have formed but charter form of government against the will of the rising. Live in those communities. Those include cities such as floor sin in Kirkwood increase core, and Webster grows, some of the oldest communities not only in in Saint Louis area. But in the state of Missouri on the other side, the Saint Louis regional chamber testified to this historic decline of was setting from the state capital. Phil Brooks, NewsRadio eleven twenty K or Molex. From Jefferson Bank and trust business desk. Eighty-eight new manufacturing jobs are on the way to Saint Peter's, Lisa obedience says central states manufacturing make.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Is cop was also accused of having child pornography on his computer, which explained away during the trial saying somebody else could have downloaded he faces thirty years to life in prison if convicted on all nine felony counts. Kevin Colleen NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox. US district. Judge artery Fleiss is scheduled to announce her verdict at ten thirty this morning. A man is in the hospital after being shot during an attempted robbery. Police say the man trying to rob the quick shop market, a natural bridge road had a gunshot wound. When they arrive the incident happened Christmas night, Ferguson police say they don't think the man shot Monday night at a Phillips sixty six gas pump on west floor was the intended target officers. Tell cable news the victim remains hospitalized in serious condition. He was shot in drive by fashion while talking with a person inside another car. Ferguson police say gathered shell casings and other evidence from the scene, but they welcome tips from the public that may Lee. Lead them to the shooter Missouri could have another abortion fight on its hands during the next legislative session. Roy D. A couple of Republicans have filed bills to prohibit an abortion. If there is a fetal heartbeat on. The other side is a democratic Bill to repeal the twenty four hour waiting period after contacting the doctor before an abortion can be performed last year. There were a pile of abortion, restrictions one cleared the house, but that Bill and all the others got Steinman committee that prevented what impasse. Cheers had been disrupted for the Senate where filibusters can stall action. It'll be interesting to see if the new legislative leaders decide to confront or like last year lay aside this divisive issue from the state capital. Phil Brooks NewsRadio eleven twenty KOMO axe after eight years of job. John nations is now his last week is the president and CEO of the by state development agency, the nation says he's proud of the nationally recognized performance of the metro transit system. The establishment of the Saint Louis region. Freight way in the by state development research institute, the growth at downtown airport and the renovation of the gateway art when I came in as president eight years ago, my commitment to the board and what they asked me was we want operational excellence. We wanna look for.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"We actually have some decent weather for mid December a little warmer than average partly make that plenty of sunshine today with a high of fifty two partly sunny fifty three tomorrow, it'll be mainly cloudy on Wednesday, but a high again, a fifty two degrees. We do have rain on the way though. By Thursday right now, it is partly cloudy and thirty two degrees in Edwardsville Saint Charles and downtown Saint Louis. Komo news time is seven twelve and Missouri's legislature. As it approaches, it's January night's session start. There are some indications. It's not a completely partisan divided legislature. Where Republicans hold an overwhelming majority cable Xs Phil Brooks has this report. One example is a Senate Republicans Bill to repeal the death penalty. But that's not a complete surprise. The Jefferson County. Senator a sponsored the Bill before those talked about his Catholic values for the Bill. More surprising might be a conservative med, Missouri. Republican sponsoring a Bill to establish a program to cover the cost of hearing aids for the lower income on the democratic signs a Bill to ban possession of firearms by persons illegally in the country. Although that Bill also would expand the Bill to domestic violence violators. These bills or retreads from past years, but they do demonstrate there is not a complete wall between. Between the two parties in Missouri's legislature from the state capital. Phil Brooks NewsRadio eleven twenty K A Molex riding in the front seat of the police car. We do say the front seats who at the lights and sirens. Squad cars to twenty five kids to the granite city WalMart yesterday as part of the local police departments biggest ever shop with a cop granite city police. Lieutenant Nick Nevada such says officers from nearby departments joined in as well, donating their time or community is so supportive of the police department that.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Kmox news. I'm Brad shoot. Former Saint Louis county Senator Eric Schmidt now treasurer will become the next attorney general when Josh Holly leaves for Washington as came Alexis. Phil Brooks tells us one of Schmidt's biggest accomplishments as treasurer was a law. Limiting how much of the city's budget can be funded by municipal court fines cited that law and our news conference announcing his appointment to be the state's top lawyer in that effort, we created a broad coalition to fight the abusive revenue generating schemes were some cities treated citizens as nothing more than ATM's bills. Commodore attack by some local governments who argue it's cut their phones for law enforcement from the state capital. Phil Brooks NewsRadio eleven twenty six Jackson county prosecutor Jean Peters. Baker says her office will not prosecute most marijuana possession. Cases voters last week overwhelmingly. Approved amending the Missouri constitution to allow medical marijuana. Peter's Baker said Tuesday voters spoke loudly on the issue noting three out of four Jackson county. Residents approved the measure, the Missouri. Highway patrol's asking for help in locating a missing twenty three year. Saint Louis woman whose car was found in rural Monroe county, Missouri. Rafaela Maria strike is white five seven one hundred fifteen pounds with Brown hair and Brown eyes, usually wears hair in a ponytail. She was last seen in the morning at ten thirty on Monday in the whole foods in town and country strikes. Car was found in Mark Twain lake state park on highway one oh seven forecast for Wednesday, mostly sunny, high of thirty eight Sunday night, a low down to twenty six with snow developing into Thursday afternoon with up to six inches of accumulation possible. For kmox news. I'm Brad show. Good.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"I hope danish right that's an accurate prediction hey look i love seeing them punks willingness to try something new boli try something new to compete on an entirely different canvas but let's be honest at his age and skill set i o that phil brooks looks elsewhere for another new challenge i do not see punk ever ever being fulltime for any wrestling company again so sure did their chris jericho thing at this stage is life and his most recent experiences in the pro wrestling is plus the fact that you know he's not in a in a cashstrapped situation got you got nothing left to prove he doesn't over the wrestling fans anything he's given all to you what more do you want how many more years so he's got a lot of marketable skills does phil brooks i think it'd be a great broadcaster and mini areas you've got a lot of interest but see puck is as gordon solely used to describe cowboy bill watts and florida championship wrestling when gordon would say well the big cowboy is a strange 'nigma that many simply do not understand well i haven't seen the much ballyhooed new japan dominion show by read enough about it and talked a lot of folks including don cal share today who are involved to know that the event was extraordinary in every sense of the word now josh barnett and i will be voicing these matches over for access tv in a few days as a matter of fact for airing on friday nights at eight seven central i purposely have not watched them bone frame of it too subtle precondition myself for our call i don't want to i want to own micatin organic organic as i can in that environment of doing voiceovers and i'm happy to say that arguably the hottest wrestler in the world they knew i w headway champion kenny omega from winnipeg manitoba canada will be our guest on us broadcast and a couple of weeks so and we'll talk to john callous more about kenny omega goes hey they go back a long way a little bit later program he and kevin kelly did a great job of.

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MSHP investigating boat crash that killed 2 at Lake of the Ozarks

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

MSHP investigating boat crash that killed 2 at Lake of the Ozarks

"Newsradio eleven twenty k moi zuri house impeachment committee resumes its work tuesday with two days of sessions rules filed budget committee chair promise a more open process cluding even live streaming of their sessions on internet at the close of last friday's regular session j barnes made a rare concession about the price he's paid for that committee from his frequent absences from the chamber to deal with impeachment issues this session has not worked out like any of this plan it was a terrible session for me i would much rather than on the four arguing but the gentleman from play those absences may have been more painful because it is the jefferson city republicans last year in the missouri house from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty k a molex saint louis county police have identified the young man killed late friday in the fourteen hundred block of columbia hills court eighteen year olds han williams was found dead at that address also listed as his home police have arrested at twenty six year old man but no charges have been filed only say he has an acquaintance of the victim authorities alleged kansas man was intoxicated when the boat he was operating struck a rock bluff on the lake of the ozarks killing three friends twenty two year old hayden fraser overland park was released from jail sunday morning after being arrested saturday formal charges haven't been filed authorities identify those killed is year twentythreeyearold joseph lamarque of overland park twenty four year old daniel lewis also overland park and twenty one year old haley hawk natal of ola olathe democratic senator claire mccaskill says that classified discussion she can't share publicly persuaded her to vote against the new cia director mccaskill is one of the few democrats facing difficult reelections to oppose president trump's nomination of gina hospital she was confirmed last week hassle after a debate about her role in the cis torture program mccaskill was asked by reporters about her vote all at a campaign event in kansas city one.

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Ex-aide to Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says he was duped into being scapegoat

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

Ex-aide to Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says he was duped into being scapegoat

"Money an inaccurate attendance figures state auditor nicole galloway's investigation found plenty of problems in the hazelwood school district one big issue is with the way caches handles found that about one point three million dollars in cash goes through the school district which probably would surprise a lot of families and students and if there's not proper segregation of duties and control on the cash that means it can be stolen or lost and that actually happened more than eight thousand dollars went missing in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen former high school principal laundry li admitted stealing but the district decided not to call police or press charges which means league gets her keeper retirement benefits hazelwood might also have to give almost one hundred thousand dollars back to the state after overstating attendance figures calloway says the district is at least receptive to her recommendations for chain missouri house committee investigating the state's governor has concluded air greitens filed a false report to the missouri ethics commission on how his campaign acquired the donor list from the mission continues nonprofit group ethics commission filing eric right claim that the donor list was a contribution made to one of his campaign staffers but that staffer danang lobbed testified he never received such a donor list and beyond that you testified he did not authorize greatness campaign manager to report that he didn't get the list instead that house committee got testimony from a nonprofit staffer who said she was directed by brightens to share the donor list with his campaign instead stay of the house committee got testimony from a nonprofit staffer who said whitens had asked for the donor lists for his campaign the staffer worked for both the mission continues and whitens organization the governor now faces a felony charge for computer tampering evolving political use so that donors list from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty komo ex it won't be as big as two months ago but one of the groups fighting for more gun control the missouri is expecting another large turnout for its monthly meeting tonight the first moms demand action meeting after the.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Malek's news i'm alex bregman missouri house wants help from the saint louis prosecutor to investigate governor eric writings kevin kaleen outside the courthouse the house committee wants to see a key piece of evidence the prosecutor has an eight hour sworn deposition it conducted with brightens former mistress the committee already has a similar account a two hour conversation the woman had on tape with saint louis prosecutor but that was not under oath so they wanna see both to see if there's any difference that might change how credible the whole case at the courthouse kevin kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox also we're still waiting for the judge to rule on defense motion to disqualify the saint louis prosecutor from handling the second case the computer tampering charge the senate has voted raise the smoking age from eighteen to twenty one statewide the band includes any nicotine based products such as e cigarettes are vaping materials state senator julie morrison the sponsor says younger smokers are more likely to become addicted but state senator kyle mccarter who's opposed says if eighteen year olds can join the military then they have the right to smoke a cigarette a short senate filibuster has killed the missouri governor's nomination of state board of education member as came alexis phil brooks reports that member voted to fire the state's popular education commissioner margie band even the filibuster took less than an hour one the senate's top leader gave annan withdrew the motion for confirmation of eddie justice but filibuster was led by the senate subjugation share dairy role mind we need to make sure that we hold accountable the actions that were taken and make sure that we will we do get five new candidates are that they're going to be able to four the duties independent of the governor in his office centered in action leaves the board without enough members to conduct business from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty away mostly sunny and nice for the majority of thursday we'll see a high near seventy.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The governor phil brooks says uncovered the details of a secret petition being circulated among legislators for special session to deal with the governor later this spring the republican position i've been given for a special session on the governor's removal does not include the actual word impeachment that's a word house republican leaders have avoided in creating their committee to investigate the governor's alleged scandals the petitional i've been given would limit the special section to the findings of that committee and zip to reinforce that something other than impeachments possible the petitions state the sessions action could include just disciplinary actions against the governor not of course could just be a resolution of contempt rather than removal from office from the state capital phil rookes newsradio eleven twenty meanwhile in saint louis the judge wants to know where the money came from this is kevin colleen the judge as a subpoena from greitens lawyers that will force the ex husband's attorney albert watkins to turn over bank records at issue who gave watkins the one hundred thousand dollars in cash she admits getting for the case and what was it for also the judge is considering a motion to disqualify the saint louis prosecutor from handling the second felony case lawyers for the governor say circuit attorney kim gardner has made such a wreck of the invasion of privacy case they don't trust her to handle the computer tampering case fairly gardner says she can't handle both fairly and she would get help from missouri attorney general's office on the computer tampering case the judge has both sides to submit written recommendations of who could serve as a special prosecutor if he decides to seek one greitens is set to be the keynote speaker at a prayer breakfast this morning it's for the saint louis area police chiefs association the event is not open to the public but are kevin kaleen will be there at least one person didn't think having great and speak was a good idea the post dispatch received a copy of an email saint louis county prosecutor bob mccullough sent to area police chiefs it says chiefs are you sure you want a guy currently charged with a felony as your guest speaker that will not be good press wise in other news plans to ask voters for a tax hike to help.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"From the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty komo molex yesterday an envelope with a parent cancer causing pesticide was sent to the office of state senator maria chapelle the dow several senate staffers came into contact with an envelope that contained which appel says was a green substance while the senator calls it a pesticide the senate administrator says it was a bacteria commonly found in pesticides the senate administrator says offices are being cleaned with bleach solution officials say the envelope was never opened but particles started falling out of it chapelle nidal talked about the situation on the senate floor i too am very grateful to our first responders as i was driving in actually i noticed that there were jefferson city firefighters right behind me and i had no clue that they were coming to my office the senate administrator says eight people who were quarantined have since been released no one was hurt from the state capital i'm jacob yanni as we previewed earlier this week on komo news a local boy has been suffering at the hands of a bully took to facebook live yesterday to talk about it the third grader going only by his first name aidan said a fellow student is unidentified school has been kicking and punching him in urging eight and to kill himself aide and said he wanted to do the facebook confession to encourage others who might find themselves in the same situation speak up and be able to talk rhythm shelves because if you don't speak nothing will happen he plans to approach other schools to.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The latest from jefferson city coming up in cam news it is five thirty i'm brian kelly and for tom ackerman along with debby monterey this morning in our forecast calls for a mostly sunny day with a high of sixty three degrees partly cloudy and forty two tonight and then tomorrow increasing cloudiness and a high of sixty two were at thirty eight in belleville and saint charles it's thirty nine degrees downtown at the gateway arch misery democrats are increasing their pressure on the republican majority to deal with the governor's potential impeachment during the last month of the session and not to kick the can down the road into summer the house republican leadership's plan includes a possible special session in the summer to continue the governor's impeachment investigation but democrats like house democratic leader gale mccain beta you're sounding alarm that would give eric greitens power to threaten to veto bills if sponsors did not oppose his impeachment so we know we have a governor who his mo is intimidation and you start passing bills that potentially can hit the governor's desk is he going to use that as leverage against legislators put the house speaker's vowed not to back off from giving his impeachment investigating committee as long as it takes to come up with a recommendation from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty komo officials say the mysterious green substance sent to the missouri lawmaker who was censored by the legislature last year for a facebook post about president trump's assassination appears to pose no danger it's not clear yet what the package was intended as threat or not and assistant of senator maria chapelle nidal spotted the granular substance yesterday morning leaking from an envelope that was sent to the state house and address to the saint louis area democrat following up on a story you first heard on camel news earlier this week bullied boy goes live to talk about what's been happening to him the third grader identify not only by his first name aidan that he's been harassed all year by fellow classmates after starting to punch me starting to get really physical short punch me stomach shorted hours him punching me in the leg are starting to punch obata stomach if your gives somebody's actually hitting it with a hammer aiden says that same belief told him he should kill himself he and his mother have complained but nothing's been done.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The governor brightens invasion of privacy case will go on good morning i'm brian kelly in for tom ackerman alongside debby monterey kmox news time is five oh five traffic and weather together at five ten the judge decides he will not throw out that invasion of privacy case against governor grinds are paying kim alexis kevin clean was in the courtroom the prosecutor was smiling and eric writings lawyers were not the judge ruling that this case will not be dismissed judge rex burleson said yes there has been some withholding of evidence some footdragging by the prosecutor not sharing it fast enough with eric brightens buddy said the damage done is not irreparable and it can be cured in time for trial the trial is set for may fourteenth still no indication whether the prosecutor will file a new charge the computer tampering charge recommended by missouri's attorney general i'm phil brooks jefferson city missouri is house speaker todd richardson says the circuit judges decision to continue the felony trial against the state's governor would have no affect on the legislature's investigation regardless which way it a gone our role and responsibilities here are different than the then the role of the court in the city saint louis so doesn't impact at all one major reason could be that the allegations by the governor's former mistress made to the house investigation committee go far beyond a photograph to include nonconsensual sexual efforts by guidance besides that the committee faces evidence from the attorney general that crichton's committed a felony crime essentially stealing the email list of a nonprofit charity for his campaign us from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty k milwaukee sam likes news is being brought to you by jefferson bank and trust call for their special cd and.

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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens: criminally stole email list to raise money for political campaign

America in the Morning

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens: criminally stole email list to raise money for political campaign

"Camelot's news i'm alex bregman missouri's attorney general says his office found evidence governor greitens criminally stole the email is from his former charity the mission continues to raise money for his political campaign general josh holly was blunt getting to the accusation of criminality by the governor within the first minute of his news conference within the past several days we have obtained evidence of potential criminal violations of missouri law and the evidence indicates that these potentially criminal acts were committed by governor eric grains the governor's pr firm and his lawyer both quickly issued statements calling the allegations false and bay attack the attorney general hauling so's the value obtained from that stolen email list was large enough to make it a felony crime from the state capital phil brooks nurse where do you eleven twenty komo meantime more prominent missouri republicans are calling for the governor to step down senate president pro tem ron richard house speaker todd richard and other house leaders called on guidance to step down after hawley announced his findings richard also called for impeachment proceedings to begin immediately crichton's issued a statement saying he won't resign supporters of a bill imposing tougher penalties for assaulting an illinois department of children and family services caseworker aren't giving up democrat shut down the and committee because it increases prison sentences but state representative tony mccullagh hopes to resurrect it bringing the assault of a dcf s worker in line with an attack on a firefighter or a police officer and agree that this bill will not deter crimes but it will keep people who are clear and present danger out of our communities and bring some sense of justice to the victims and their families the measure was prompted by the september beating of pam night a caseworker who was severely assaulted on the job and died from her injuries a few months later partly sunny on wednesday windy with a high sixty four stegman came ex news good morning i'm john trout this is america in the morning from westwood one news it's wednesday april eighteenth twenty eighteen coming up on america in the morning we'll lead off with a look back on the life of a former first lady barbara bush dead at ninety two i'm clayton neville president trump hosts the japanese prime minister with talk of ending the war in korea i'm bob costantini one person died after a passenger jet made an emergency landing in philadelphia and investigators want to know.

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Committee report expected tonight on Missouri governor sex scandal

America in the Morning

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Committee report expected tonight on Missouri governor sex scandal

"Cable ex news i'm michael calhoun after weeks of closeddoor hearings investigating the sex bondage allegation against missouri's governor a house committee is expected to release some of its findings it's been one of the most secretive legislative committee processes in decades there's been visible anxiety among some house republicans about the investigation into their fellow republican governor big pushed the rules that gag committee members from even talking about the evidence the committee chair on house speaker repeatedly avoided answering questions and for days they stalled and even disclosing how the committee would deliver it's required report on its findings but some of those veil of secrecy is going to be lifted with tonight's committee report from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty kmox missouri will receive one hundred million dollars in federal funds for disaster relief in response to severe flooding.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Into effect tonight at seven runs through tomorrow night at seven flash flooding is a concern especially along the merrimack and the big river the rain is expected to start later this afternoon county police are investigating the death of a man in wildwood police say the victim believed to be an adult's was found in the road in the forty one hundred block of old fox creek the victim's name has not been given to police authorities say the death appears to be suspicious a pretrial hearing this morning could determine whether missouri governor eric writings gets trial by judge or by jury and his felony invasion of privacy case judge racks burlington is expected to rule this morning on that and what do people on the street while i think there should be a jury that's you know a jury of his peers given that the politics of the day i'm not sure he can get a fair trial with a jury and we need more than just a man's opinion we need both and also today the judge could hear arguments on a defense claim that the grand jury wasn't properly instructed and the charge should be dropped to missouri house committee report on the edyta the state's governor is among the major issues facing the state's legislature when it returns today from it's spring break for the final eight weeks of this year session are jefferson city correspondent phil brooks has more the indictment of missouri's governor a house investigation into possible impeachment of dominated public attention some major republican issues have been gaining headway many benefit business measures that have cleared at least one chamber include lawsuit protections for business tighter limits on unemployment compensation financed by business limits on prevailing wage rates to workers for businesses with government contracts and creating a new mechanism for electric utilities to raise rates.

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"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"phil brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"On alex bagman kmox news time subtle four fifty one degrees downtown at the arch the full forecast coming up at about 707 came alexis kevin coline has the latest on the investigation into governor guidance the says because the investigation is still digging deeper there could be more charges in it's too soon to set a trial date for greatness existing charge the invasion of privacy gates spokesperson for the prosecutor declines to say what further things they're looking into we don't know if it's related directly to the fear within hairstyle us or could be something else we just don't know the is asking to find out too they want discovery they want to be able to see the evidence that the circuit attorney hands judge rex burleson is expected to meet with both defense said the prosecutor teams tomorrow morning and make a decision on the next step meantime the table is set for the missouri house to start investigating allegations against the governor special panel of seven house members will probe issues surrounding his indictment on a felony invasion of privacy charge related to an affair game alexis phil brooks and jefferson city says for now the panel doesn't have subpoena power and that makes it unclear whether the woman could be compelled to testify we don't know whether the wall momma who were ear the victim alleged victim a massacres whether shoot postapartheid voluntarily or not before the grand jury and in fact we don't know for a fact you actually testify so there's a big huge question mark out there is through water or not sure will have to be sabena for her to be able to report rda say anything before this snow house investigation committee and rip out our testimony it's hard to see how they've got grounds for impeachment also twelve house members have signed a letter calling on grains to resign immediately but brooks says for only a dozen to have signed the letter makes it a little weak republican state representative shamma delegate is among those dozen lawmakers he's not called on greatness to step down before so what's different now the argument that once you're in someone's home and engaged in a fair that you have the right to take a photograph of that person undress inbound that that was just sickening than me kmox news time seven oh six us marshals now confirm the suspect they attempted to.

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