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"portland city" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"portland city" Discussed on KOMO

"In Seattle Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station Northwest news radio Good evening it is 8 O 5 I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening A stretch of I four O 5 will be closed in both directions and values starting at ten tonight and lasting through the weekend Cruz will start tearing down the Main Street bridge demolition is part of the DOT's work to widen I four O 5 between Renton and Bellevue Drivers headed northbound will be detoured as southeast 8th street then to a 116th avenue northeast Southbound you'll be detoured at northeast fourth street down 112 avenue northeast That's come four as Kelly coupons A couple of Washington state senators dug in their heels over what they say has been a lack of compromise from Portland over the I 5 bridge replacement The story from Ryan Harris The beef came during discussion of the preliminary bridge design called the modified locally preferred alternative when Clark county senator Ann rivers said it feels like Washington's done all the compromising with one of its priorities cutting traffic congestion pushed down the priority list What was compromised from the Portland side We do have a much smaller bridge What did they give up Portland city commissioner Joanne hardesty said if they were building the bridge just for Portland it would be quote radically different It may not even have automobiles on it We're not building it for Portland and we did compromise quite a bit to get to where we are Our bridge committee members have to report to the Washington legislature by August 1st including on the bridge.

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"portland city" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"portland city" Discussed on KOMO

"Says he will continue to serve A couple of Washington state senators dug in their heels over what they say has been a lack of compromise from Portland over the I 5 bridge replacement the story for Ryan Harris The beef came during discussion of the preliminary bridge design called the modified locally preferred alternative when Clark county senator Ann rivers said it feels like Washington's done all the compromising with one of its priorities cutting traffic congestion pushed down the priority list What was compromised from the Portland side We do have a much smaller bridge What did they give up Portland city commissioner Joanne hardesty said if they were building the bridge just for Portland it would be quote radically different It may not even have automobiles on it We're not building it for Portland and we did compromise quite a bit to get to where we are Our bridge committee members have to report to the Washington legislature by August 1st including on the bridge design but they say they're hesitant to pick one before the funding is in place because it might force them to make more changes to the plans Ryan Harris northwest news radio 6 34 busy day on the roads Natalie Melendez joins us now with the latest from the dubin law group traffic center It's a really busy out there and issaquah on I 90 west and accident M1 80th blocking the HOV lane and the left lane there and it's looking sluggish seeing two issues in Seattle I 5 south the accident at exit one 73 is cleared I'm still seeing slow and go traffic from exit one 74 And outside of downtown Seattle on Howell street the traffic lights at Bohr avenue are not working so treat that as a four way stop This report is sponsored by Microsoft casino Is your destination for gaming with more than 3000 gaming machines action packed table games delectable dining and the largest smoke free gaming area in the state The biggest and best in the northwest Our next note plus traffic at 6 44 Okay the weekend is here people want to know what the weather's going to be like Shannon O'Donnell has the latest from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Well after such a soggy and cool.

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"portland city" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"portland city" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Before we get to portland. I would just like to give an update to the texas the texas heartbeat law that is in effect as of right now in texas. The justice department actually said that it will not tolerate violence against anyone who is trying to obtain an abortion in texas as they explore of course a challenge whatever their options will be for a challenge to the state law. So merrick garland said the justice department would quote protect those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services Under a federal law known as the freedom of access to clinic. Entrances act And again i mean. I don't think it will be too much longer before we do. See the justice department Hand something over to texas file some sort of a lawsuit against us. Do you have your with i. I wrote a bill that governors didn't oklahoma signed against sex trafficking but the moment he signed my bill the bill he signed right before me was the heartbeat building oklahoma. And that's about to come into effect and become law. So you're going to see other states so i know for a fact. Oklahoma coming right on texas texas's heels here for it. Become you know the law. They signed the heartbeat. Bill and others are going to come to. Texas is not going to stand alone on this for long. Sarah this other states. It's going to be able to bolster support. And i personally think v wait gets turned honestly really. I think we're gonna see it. I we have a window. You're much more optimism. Because i'm telling you. I think watch. There's a there's a slow going to catch them by surprise because there is a whole lot of other things because this snuck in like. How in the heck did that happen in texas well newsflashes already signing oklahoma. I was there for the signing. Okay so in other states have come into so. I think now the people are speaking up. I'm very positive about that. Wow yeah well you know. It's interesting the language that maryland uses. Because i i feel like i mean. It's already violence against other people already illegal so it is interesting that they're like well we're not gonna tolerate violence against the people who are committing violence against their babies. We're not gonna tolerate that. It's like. I'm pretty sure like you're not allowed to assault people already. I don't think we need justice department until they go threaten us yeah But let me okay so let me throw the other story about this into the mix of the portland city council Plans to vote on prohibiting business transactions with the state of texas over this new law and They said there. They want to ban trading goods and services and bar city employees business travel to texas which is weird. I didn't realize that they even had a government. They just i mean. There's like a great picture of portland. Where where's where's this. Where's the city council there. Where's the mayor there. Where's the city government there. I don't see them so. I'm just shocked about that part. We're not going to send any of our zoo to texas. Thank you thank you for not michael. And he watches the show and he's a businessman in portland. He's trying to help save that city. He's probably gonna protest because he travels to texas a lot but no hey keep him. Keep on their. Keep the crazy californians. Keep them all. We're pretty good year in texas. We don't need any of that here. Well they the portland city council stands unified in. Its belief all people should have the right to choose if and when they carry a pregnancy Pretty sure you choose that whenever you do the act And that the decisions they make are complex difficult and unique. To their circumstances the band will be in effect until the state of texas withdraws. It's unconstitutional ban on abortion or until it is overturned in court city legal counsel is currently evaluating legal aspects of this proposed resolution. All my god. Eric not the communists coming to texas we do. I don't care where you're at on the subject of bush and that's the silver lining while it. Is that a bunch of brain lift off. We can't go to texas. Thank you like if nothing else if nothing else. That is a positive thing Pretty sure it probably goes one way when it comes to trade in portland especially when it comes to oil and other things. I don't think that's a he'll that they certainly want to die on. This is more just political. Posturing is certainly all that. This doesn't mean certainly anything. Look i don't know what's going to come of this. Definitely with the federal government evolved. Hopefully if nothing else more we get more civil than that. He ended texas stock to get enough of the you know the lower extremities to say screw the federal government and we've become a nation state on. Oh i would love that. That would be fantastic and maybe this will be the the tipping point where the federal government finally gets the toilet go through themselves because that what what what can they do. What are they gonna do. You can't do that. We're going to do what now. I love what you just said. Hey we're not going. Send anything your way anymore. We don't need any. Hey how about. We stopped sending anything. How are we turn valves. The funny thing about like when it comes to like. Oh these these pro would not pro-trade at all. Let me say that. Have never been pro-life reach ray but certainly with the like migration thing we're seeing now with the vaccine is a will you notice that he's whole open borders free free movement freedom of movement. Soon as you get to talk about vaccines and now we're talking about abortion and they wanna stop moment of people from moving around at disagrees with the mess hilarious out of works out like that. What's the first thing they did was shazad shop. When they secured that perot. Yeah we need power. We need food. Yeah like okay. Let's can we make some deals. We called ourselves autonomous. But what that meant exactly. Yeah exactly i. This reminds me of all of these leftists on twitter. That have just been you know freaking out still about the new texas law and they're like wall truth to ban or to see that we hate it we're gonna stop having sex with men and like great. I think that you stop having you're responsible. Sex with multiple partners sucking having abortions voted on so are alternatives abortion downright thing. Who knew ask bill. This is a great. We're something a lot of times you threaten me with a good time. No like out here at texas for those of us to those of you. The guy who wants to show a lot of the movement when you talk about pro-life movement in this in in a state at the forefront of it are women. I've hated how they've crafted this moron. Discussion as men ruled right. It's like. I don't think you understand what's really going. Most of the women that the people that are not speaking so much about this. That i've known in my life have all been women for the most part because it's so close to home certainly for them so they need to dispel that narrative that it's men doing something to the women's bodies. There's no women that are at the forefront of any eric again. It's because they bought into this fake feminist movement in this country that the feminists in this country are really about women's rights in. They're not they're about themselves. It's like you know a self elevating movement it is women fighting this fight absolutely predominantly in texas. All right. we've got more to come. I want to thank our sponsor built bar. So if you're like.

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"portland city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"portland city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And best on Sunday before some rain showers. Move in either late in the day or Sunday night. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist seen before WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 27 in Boston. Good morning. It's a 25. Let's take a look at New England business now. Deep cuts. Of course, sir. Coming to the Mbita. It's expected to happen early next year. Price hikes are on the way at the Steamship Authority officials say the pandemic is killing me, Smalls. And the increases are necessary to keep the books balanced for next year's operating budget. Passenger fares will be going up a buck parking permits on the vessels will go up by $50. Paying low wage workers could get even Morrell expensive for businesses in Portland, Maine, and many say they're going to pay a new city ordinance emergency minimum wage right now, instead of waiting until 2020 to see the devil is in the details here of a new City ordinance, which is really not all that clear when the hazard pay of time and a half for minimum wages kicks in. Even the Portland City Council says it's not designed to take effect until more than a year from now. But the concern is that employees could gather to file a lawsuit and that could make it even more costly. Many companies will start paying it now, therefore, rather than be subject to what could amount to triple damages at Waltham drugmakers, claiming it's now rejected bipolar medication. By the by the FDA is a victim of coronavirus. The rejection comes for Alkermes. Weeks after advisory panel voted in favor of the treatment, it says it's going to reapply for approval next. Willing to battle the cold just to get to the weekend. It is getting warmer, albeit very slowly this morning is 27 degrees right now coming up on WBC news radio honoring a local soldier.

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"portland city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"portland city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"C All right, a little closer to home. The race between Abigail Span Burger and Nick Greatest took a turn, and it's all due to a mysterious memory drive. With ballots found on it, and they happen to just put Abigail Standard over the details. 7 30 yell at them. Woodbridge, Washington More than ever depend on 105.9 FM, A cumulus stations news now. W male news at 7 30. Good morning. I'm Barbara Brit. As the ballot counting continues Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, warning the state is beginning. To see a major surgeon covert cases. Over the past two weeks, we have seen a concerning increase in hospitalizations and in I C u levels. The bulk of the new cases are among young people, while the majority of our hospitalizations were still trending older. That served his forcing Charles County public schools to delay the plan to allow students to return to in person learning until after the first of the year Protest in Portland again turned violent overnight in a city commissioner's home was targeted group of 60 protesters throwing burning flares and paint filled balloons. Protesters then set fire to Portland City Hall that fire quickly extinguished. Three people arrested. Denmark is killing its large mink population after discovering a Corona virus mutation that the Danish government says can spread the humans. Checking your money. Dow Futures are down. 141 NASDAQ Futures Down 113 in Sports sponsored by Harrisonburg Tourism.

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"portland city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"portland city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Being a liberal lefty fantasyland, Portlandia and all that. And in some ways it is that too. I reached out to my friend wine, and I had no idea what Oregon was about. I don't even think I knew Portland was in Oregon, so yeah. Why? Why in the world Are you a black man? You You've traveled all over the world. Please refresh my memory. Like why are you there? Qalea Man, It's really beautiful here in Portland. A lot of water a lot of rain and trees. It is known for its trees and I love trees. You know, just having so many options in terms of food that I mentioned winds of Egon It was like I landed in a place that I was really looking for. You know whether you are gay whether you are black, whether you are all The other minorities. You're welcome here. Everybody's into recycling. I've seen white mothers and daughters on the street corner by themselves. This is not in a big protest rally. Both are wearing black lives matter T shirts and waving a black lives matter flag I was like, Is this genuine? Or is this the hoax? I mean, what a what a way to waste your time in a predominantly white, You know, I don't know. I'm still trying to wrap my head around that As Portland became the socially liberal like more cosmopolitan city. The same do not happen in the suburbs. The city is a blue island and a pretty red state, and that's cause tensions to rise, particularly with the police in the first two weeks of June. Mac was working during the day and protesting well into the night. At the same time, Portland City Council was gearing up to vote.

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"portland city" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"portland city" Discussed on KCRW

"To rise, particularly with the police in the first two weeks of June. Mac was working during the day and protesting well into the night. At the same time Portland City Council was gearing up to vote on its new budget. Which included millions of dollars of cuts to the police budget. Yeah. How are you feeling during the week of the City Council vote? There was definitely a lot of just a lot of anxiety on their two PM City Council meeting to order today, we will begin taking the final. Siri's of hundreds of residents may public comments. Can you hear me? The city of Portland has done everything possible throughout its history to violently exclude removing just story black people. Clinton at $246 million Our budget and half the city should set measurable multiyear goals. Where the footage to be collected properly. We can essentially stop the police from alleging malice, and I've seen far more violence from the Portland police in the last two weeks than I have in six months in a combat zone on June 17th. The City Council voted the outcome. They cut the budget by $15. Million is no. We asked for but the winds have changed. This will eliminate more than 80 positions, so we got something. If you watch videos of the protest. You can see some of the officers shoving protesters.

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"portland city" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"15 right after the show Hair comes Hannah Scott work over the weekend. Where the riots I mean, I'm sorry, peaceful protests. I did not work over the weekend. Actually, I and but I did monitor and I didn't see too much in the way rights at least not in our neck of the woods. There was certainly some activity elsewhere in the country. Yeah. Yes, of course. Apparently they're out today and there are they carpooling? Is this a new thing of the H O V lane writing? This is a caravan across the city. The idea is to stop at every city council district. Ahead of the City Council's return tomorrow because they've been on break for a couple of weeks. So when, well, when last we left the Seattle City Council we had weeks and weeks and weeks of debate over the re balancing of the 2020 budget. And the big push there from groups like King County Equity Now decriminalized Seattle was to defund the police by 50%. And now those groups celebrated what the council passed, even though it wasn't all the way up to that 50% that they had wanted anticipating that they get Maurine. This 2021 re budgeting a new budget that that's going to start being debated in September, But then remember that the mayor vetoed that. So Today. They're taking this caravan across the city to tell every city Council member they need to override that veto. When things get started tomorrow. Nikita Oliver speaking out at the first Stop. This was District one list with Lisa, her Bolds district with this message for the City Council, telling the Seattle City Council today on our Labor Day caravan when we celebrate worker let movements that you must Override the mayor's Vito, and then we'll just sit out there and we have 2021. But he up your tenacity, keep up your boldness and their willingness to stand with the deep on movement..

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"portland city" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on KTRH

"Cats, Jax. Portland's downtown development group, tells the mayor that the riots have prompted businesses in the city to move out or to relocate outside the central business district. Greg Goodman, the co president of the downtown development group, said in a letter to Mayor Ted Wheeler and members of the Portland City Council that the exodus of companies has most everything to do with the lawlessness. You are endorsing downtown. The number is like nothing I've ever seen in 42 years of doing business in downtown. He says. Cos. Include dollar trucks, North America, Airbnb Banana Republic. Microsoft Sauce Box Google, he says the list goes on and on. If you know a retail or office broker, give him a call and ask him how many clients they have that air trying to leave. He says city leaders Need to take a walk around town downtown One morning, he says. You aren't sweet, sweeping the streets. Needles are everywhere. Garbage cans are broken and left open. Glass from car windows that have been broken out is all over the streets. Parks are strewn with litter. You are willfully neglecting your duties as elected officials to keep our city Safe. And clean. This is the Democrat dream. Taking previously beautiful cities and making them look like Haiti. Oh, it sounded good. It sounded good was the dream of a new America. It was going to be great. Everybody was going to be happy Pie in the sky. But it ends. In violence, misery, poverty, governmental dependence. So stand by the peaceful protests again. Tell us more about how it's a myth. It's not going to stop. And the Democrats are responsible. So what's Oregon solution? A $62 million fund. It provides handouts.

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"portland city" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Public Service Newscast for August Fourteenth Twenty Twenty I'm Mike Clifford President trump Thursday rejected former vice president Joe Biden's call for a national mass mandate to combat the corona virus that from CNBC they report the trump accused the democratic nominee for president of politicizing the outbreak and have shunning science and combating the pandemic CNBC notes that trump resisted calls to wear masks for months. Now said, he favors allowing governors to decide whether to require them at the state level. Nurses a warning that Reopening York public schools for in person classes, risk-spreading covid nineteen among students, their families as school staff. The state is approved bringing students back to school this fall although recent reports show young people have significant carriers of the coronavirus and can't spread it to adults for much more vulnerable to the Disease Judy Sheridan Gonzales President of the New York. State Nurses Association is concerned that these supply of personal protective equipment is inadequate and that schools haven't. Taken other important steps to ensure safe reopening their issues of transportation that I don't think I've been worked out. The isolation are their needs for shields, our people to eat. What would they do if they have a person becomes positive? The Nurses Association is calling on state and local officials to postpone in person classes and to make the investments that would make classroom instruction safe. I'm envious series reporting and the city of Portland is poised to pass the strongest. Ban of facial recognition technology and the country next month more than that from Eric. Teigen. Off nearly a year in the making the Portland City Council is considering two ordinances. The I live band government use of facial recognition technology already passed in cities like San Francisco and Boston. The second would ban its use by businesses in public places making Portland the first city to do so native Portland or and member of the digital rights group fight for the future Leah. Says there's evidence some Portland businesses are using this technology because facial recognition currently totally unregulated in Portland no one actually has to report whether or not they're using the technology to anyone whatsoever. So we don't actually know how many companies have been using this technology on. In the wake of George Floyd's death Amazon IBM and Microsoft announced they would suspend the sale of facial recognition technology to police departments. City officials say the Portland Police Bureau doesn't use it but some law enforcement agencies defend facial recognition as a useful tool for identifying people wanted by authorities. The technology has come under scrutiny for racial bias according to a national. Institute of Standards and technology report from December facial recognition was up to one hundred times more likely to miss identify people of Color the Portland City Council scheduled to.

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"portland city" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Protesters since at least July 14. Now you need probable cause to two arrested somebody. It's not clear whether these arrests are arrests or detentions. People have been released is not like the walking them up in Guantanamo Bay and leaving them there. There's probably if I had to suggest a theory here is my theory that the feds have been monitoring a group of anti protesters for a long time. They have tape of them, and then they're going on arresting them when they're violating her few at night. Personal accounts in multiple videos posted online for the officers driving up to people detaining individuals with no explanation why they're being arrested and driving off. A tactic appears to be another escalation in federal force deployed in Portland City streets as federal officers and President Donald Trump has said they plan to quell nightly protests outside the federal courthouse and Multnomah County Justice Center that have lasted for more than six weeks. Federal officers of charge at least 13 people with crimes related to the protest so far that crimes related to the protest Their crimes of looting and rioting and violating the law. Others have been arrested and released, including Pettibone. They also left one demonstrator hospitalized with skull fractures after shooting him in the face with so called less lethal munitions. On July 11th officers from the US Marshal Special Ops Group and Customs and Border Protection have been sent to Portland to protect federal property. But interviews conducted by OBP show officers are also detaining people in Portland Street aren't near federal property, Nor is it clear that all the people being arrested have engaged in criminal activity. Well, if they are detained, and then they're released. That does happen from time to time. And when the police detain you, and then they release you, that is not technically an arrest by Supreme Court jurisprudence. Now, what is it? What, exactly Why's all this happening? If you just read that piece, you think? Well, these are peaceful protesters writing. That's all that's happening is peaceful, Peaceful Protesting. Yeah, That's not exactly what has been happening. You have terrorists are attempting to turn. I mean, look at these saves and looking like the defacement of public property. You can see what's happening here. Get that they're having to use tear gas on protest. On quote unquote protesters and looters are flinging objects at the cops. They're firing fireworks, literally firing fireworks at federal buildings. I mean, this is this is not peaceful protest, ng acting th s secretary Chad Wolf said in a statement earlier this week. The city of Portland has been under siege for 47 straight days by a violent mob, while local political leaders refused to restore order to protect their city each night. Wallis anarchist, destroy and desecrate property, including the federal courthouse and attacked the brave law enforcement officers protecting it. Said. Instead of addressing violent criminals in their communities, local and state leaders are instead focusing on placing blame on law enforcement and requesting fewer officers in their community. This failed response has only embolden the violent mob is it escalates violence day after day? D. H s and released an extensive list of violence caused by leftist protesters since basically the end of May. We're talking about graffiti. We're talking about assault mean that there's tape of antifa dragging fencing over toward the federal courthouse to try and set up their own chop, Chazz. In in Portland. So why? Why exactly? I hear they are right. Here they are. They've faced the federal court building and now they're dragging fencing over there to prevent the cops from coming in. Idiot white kids. It's a bunch of moron moron woke white liberals. For engaging in this sort of activity. It's criminal activity. And the locals refused to do their job and arresting criminals. And so the feds are coming and they're doing it. Which is legal. Which is legal. So the media's response has been Trump's fashion. This is the overwhelming response literally. Trump is a fascist was trending on Twitter. So if Trump enforces the law, he's a fascist from doesn't take over all aspects of America's Lock down policies. Then he is an incompetent. You guys gonna have to pick one? We're gonna have to pick the other. But again, it all comes down to the cops are the bad guys. Except the cops aren't the bad guys. There's one black officer from Portland who I mean, this is pretty moving stuff. Talked about the situation in Portland, he said. Basically, I want have conversation with some of the people who are protesting, and these white woke jackasses keep coming between me and the people that I'm talking to. And then calling me racist names. There was this. This black police officer from Portland. His name is Jackson. I got to see folks at I really do want change, like the rest of us that have been impacted by racism..

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"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of impeachment to the Senate this is a our top story the church of Jesus Christ latter day saints is being sued in Merion county for nine million dollars by a woman whose husband is in jail for sex abuse Katie was less a Wesley says Timothy Johnson told clergy about the abuse the suit says the information was reported to authorities which later lead to his conviction which the Johnson family claims is a violation of church rules the church says it teaches leaders and members that they should for fell all legal obligations to report abuse and they have a twenty four hour hotline to help leaders understand their obligations clean up of homeless camps that pose public health and safety hazards are resuming across the city after the Portland city council approved a new more humane contract with rapid response by cleaning or requiring that our contractors are trained in nonviolent de escalation tactics assertive engagement with Nero diverse individuals CPR and proper use of nor camp where Ted Wheeler says this contract is a big improvement over the last one rapid response workers will also shift from clean up to humane outrage during severe winter weather in addition the company's streamlining the storage and retrieval of personal belongings collected during cleanups company cleans about thirty to fifty camps a week the NFL playoffs are driving interest in the Oregon lottery sports betting app eleven ninety K. exes Brad Ford reports last weekend's wild card game between the Seahawks and the eagles set the record for the highest wagered abandon the Oregon lottery scoreboard out there were over sixteen thousand bets on that close to four hundred and fifty thousand dollars or wagered the lotteries truck bomb and says since the app was launched the NBA has drawn more wages than the NFL there been a total of one point eight million bats and forty five million dollars wagered that means three million dollars will be split among lottery beneficiaries the trailblazers have hardwood tonight for a match against the Minnesota Timberwolves are coming off a one a one ninety nine when at the Toronto raptors Portland is sixteen and twenty two and return some Saturday to face Milwaukee I'm Veronica Carter eleven ninety K. E. axe there's an old adage that is to the test of time you get what you pay for when a body shop gives insurance companies discounts cuts corners uses cheap imitation parts in exchange for recommendation someone is going to get the short end of the.

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"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Blood sugar ratio or if they have an infection that's causing the disorientation take the less be with boots tells Kate to the program gets the people the help they need to freeze up officers for criminal matters Portland city council will consider the program in November the U. S. is heading Russia with more sanctions for its attempt to interfere in the twenty eighteen mid term elections going after the same Russian troll farm it's spread disinformation in may twenty sixteen presidential election the U. S. treasury has seized three private jets and a yacht from a Russian oligarch Yevgeny per goes in is accused of financing the Russian group that attempted to interfere in the congressional elections last year treasury has also sanctioned six employees of the group there's no evidence for an actor's compromise election infrastructure or vote counts Conor Finnegan ABC news Washington and Oregon sports medicine doctors as concussions in soccer becoming more common and rule changes might be one way to make a positive impact on the problem Oregon health and science university is Dr Jim chestnuts as girls tend to get more concussions and boys playing soccer differences between girls and boys in terms of muscle strength their neck that may be a factor in and then there are other certainly hormonal differences that may affect the doctor just I believe rule changes are needed to decrease aggressiveness and increased safety and soccer email scams directed toward biz. this has up fifty percent this year Daniel came with the Oregon better business bureau says the most common is a fake invoice from one of their vendors when money is paid by wire transfer the average loss is thirty five thousand dollars businesses can help avoid the scams by using multi factor authentication vendor verifying vendor information and training employees on the spot and avoid the scams Oregon has won the growers are creating a new snack product Greg Thor's guard CEO of the Oregon he's on a growers says they'll have a fight flavored snack pack to reach a new market because the grower to the consumer and a very close relationship now come in Himalayan salt southwest chili peppers.

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"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Fourth in Jefferson has streets around Portland city hall shut down and we're seeing heavy traffic both ways and IT for between I five and Cesar Chavez Gail Cunningham KTX traffic now K. to weather brought to you by standard TV an appliance we are now back in the damp weather pattern for this first part of the week look for scattered showers possible this afternoon skies will remain mostly cloudy daytime highs dropping back down into the mid seventies cloudy tonight showers or drizzle possible lows in the sixties tomorrow mostly cloudy with a chance of drizzle high near seventy six degrees I'm Rhonda Shelby watch Steve done endeavor nap tonight at six only on Katie news do you wait for you go to get the news whether you need from eleven ninety but he made those comments we are where we are because people light casing have not push back ever for I don't know how long and it for it if it illustrates once again why trump is president and why his support is continuing to grow is because he's the only one taking the lead on this stuff pushing back against these people who win tend our country harm why did not push back on that why do we have to respect opposing points of yours and being generally about it when they're trying to undercut the very foundation fabric what the country is we don't have time to worry about whether some people understand that or not they have to be shown that's what trump is there is a great job I think of illustrating who these people are and he's doing it as usual.

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"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News. Our top story, there's been a deadly end to a brawl in Broten beach on the Columbia River k two's, Genevieve, Rome, says the man was shot to death. Police say there was a large group of people here at the beach when some sort of fight broke out someone shot a man, then ran off along with many others. According to officials as officers were arriving on scene. Someone was trying to save that man's life doing CPR, but ultimately, he died here. Officials say no arrests have been made and police. Witnesses will now speak up. Republicans in the Oregon legislature tried to pass a Bill that would have changed the gross receipts tax. They call a hidden sales tax eleven ninety has Bradford has more. The gross receipts tax will apply to all businesses in Oregon with income over a million dollars a year. But you won't see the tax on a receipt, when you buy something that's why Republicans call the hidden sales tax sponsoring a measure to exempt some items. They used a procedure to get it out of committee motion to withdraw measure from committee is not debatable. The measure would have exempted items like baby. Products feminine products, soap over the counter medication toiletries, and even toilet paper having not received the requirement Georgie is declared bailed. Democrats who hold a supermajority defeated. The Bill Portland city council is recognizing pride month Asia, Blair, Portland, mayor, Ted Wheeler is executive assistant says the city still has a long way to go being a person of color, and a member of the LGBTQ, plus community. I know from firsthand experiences, the hardships, Wuling anymore, shnell labor, many if not all of us in this community face for just.

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"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Story, the Portland city council is considering a proposal to make it easier for renters to be accepted by landlords renter. Mary sites says it protects renters from those landlords who are too strict understand some of the concerns of landlords about ministry of challenges with this proposal. I believe that it's appropriate to require some level of social responsibility on the part of housing providers. The proposal would encourage landlords to lower the standards for renters. They accepted also requires them to lower the income ratio from three times the income to twice the income property manager Claude Cohen says that could cause owners to lose their properties to mandate a criteria that has lower than that will put landlords in default on their mortgages proposal also puts limits on security deposits and standardizes the amount that can be charged for property damage. No date has been set for a vote. A driver has serious injuries after crashing into the second floor of an assisted living facility in Washington county. This morning caters Genevieve rail says the car flew ten. Feet into the regency park assisted living in memory care on Barnes road. Driver of a BMW the one that crashed into the second story of this tyrant community has serious lifer. Knee injuries crews had to create that driver out of the BMW to other vehicles were involved. Those people were treated on scene, but a dog died in the crash. No residence at the facility were hurt. The crash is under investigation. There's been another death at Grand Canyon National park. Rangers responded to a call yesterday reporting someone had fallen over the south rim in Grand Canyon village. A sixty seven year old man's body was recovered from about four hundred feet below the rim attorneys for Jeremy Christian will ask a judge tomorrow to change the venue for his trial. He's accused of murder and attempted murder. For stabbing two men to death on a max train and injuring a third man is attorney say he can't get a fair trial in Multnomah county. But prosecutors argue the amount of news coverage is nothing unusual and wouldn't affect the jury's ability to be impartial. Try met is phasing out paper tickets and passes to encourage writers to switch to hop. Fast. Pass eleven ninety eight yes, Zana Erikson says the agency will no longer. Except most non hop tickets. After the end of the year as treatment makes the full transition to the hub fast fast. Roberta all start with traumat- says they will no longer accept any unbelted two and a half hour. Tickets.

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"portland city" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"portland city" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Show. The city of Portland has gone completely off its rocker, the Portland city council is about to pass a resolution to acknowledge the city's history of white nationalism to announce the recent uptick in. Alright organizing in town and request training to educate city staff on the realities of white supremacy in Portland. Let's just recall antifa. Basically took over the city this year. They started directing traffic at various intersections and beating up people with whom they disagreed, according to Blair Stanbic who is a reporter for the Portland. Mercury. He tweets the council will vote on this resolutions announcing white nationalism. It's scheduled ninety minutes for the item. Nicole grant is introducing the Bill. She says white supremacy is woven into the fabric of Portland, Oregon past and present she says living as a black woman in Portland. I look over my shoulder more than I ever have in my life says this resolution puts it marked down for the city of Portland. Do not underestimate the impact of your words announcing white supremacy when doing so appears to be the exception. Well, there's a couple of other problems with this particular resolution, apparently it does actually call for it actually calls for something resembling free speech crackdowns. It's actually pretty wild. Apparently it promises to hold accountable. Those who abuse freedom of expression, and apparently gives Islam a special status. So good times over in Portland. Meanwhile, in Seattle things are similarly crazy. A council candidate apparently is now blaming white masculinity for a university of Washington death Jason rants over at mynorthwest dot com. A nineteen year old woman tragically died at the university of Washington after slipping on ice when it was later determined. She died from a blood clot in her lung. It didn't stop one Seattle city council member from blaming a mean page white masculinity. Then he used the death to fundraise for his campaign. But now here fuses to comment.

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