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Dallas’ new police chief will be Eddie Garcia, the first Latino to lead the department
"Has a new chief of police, the first Hispanic chief in the city's history. Eddie Garcia, the recently retired 50, year old police chief from San Jose, California, has been named to the position. You've been with the San Jose force for 28 years and had been the chief of the past five years. He replaced his chief Rene Hall, who announced her resignation earlier this year. City leaders and police say Garcia's work is cut out for him since Dallas is experiencing record violent crime rates lately. W
"rene halls" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"To replace outgoing chief Rene Hall. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said that he hopes the people of Dallas will join him and giving Garcia and his family a warm welcome. Garcia said in a statement that he is truly humbled by the thought of wearing the DPD uniforms and working alongside such an amazing group of committed men and women. President Donald Trump is veto the annual defense policy bill following through on threats to be toe a measure that has broad bipartisan support in Congress and potentially setting up the first override vote of his presidency from Congress. The bill affirms 3% pay raises for U. S troops and authorizes more than $740 billion in military programs and construction. City and plain out now has emergency markers on three major trails in the area, not on the trails in Plano recently, you'll notice emergency science along the trails every one third of a mile with a special I D number so that if there's an emergency, you can let first responders know exactly where to find you. Officers have the maps in their cars so they can get that information and they can drive directly to that the shortest path. Therefore reducing the response time Officer David Tilley says these air on three of the longer trails in the area cat bonds iron WB AP New Texas Business Closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow up 114 points the NASDAQ Down 37 the S and P. 500 up by three. Again. The highs today dropping into the fifties currently 61 degrees. This news also brought to you by zero rays from the W B A P News desk. America Bushman Your next update at four o'clock 24 7 coverage W B A B com Here about it. This is always gonna be coming after America talk about it. But a lot of people in America don't realize how big.
City Of Dallas Announces 7 Finalists for Police Chief
"Chief in Dallas is down to seven names. City and community Panelists will interview the candidates. Beginning next week. John Full whiner was on the panel selected by city manager TC Broadnax before current chief Rene Hall was hired and will be again think that he went back to this process shows. It was meaningful to him included in the seven finalists Irving Police chief Jeff Spivey, The Chiefs of Police in San Jose, California and Charlottesville, Virginia, and three current members of DPD, as well as the security director of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Like Nevil, WB.
Dallas-Fort Worth To Interview For Police Chief Position
"North Texas cities remain vulnerable while they choose Police chiefs for Worth. Texas is without a police chief, one of three major North Texas cities looking for someone to lead their department's chief had crowds took over. His interim chief of the fire. Joel Fitzgerald, in May of 2019 was sworn in as chief just last December and announced his resignation in July. Since then, the city of Fort Worth has taken it. Time searching for a new chief, hiring an outside firm to wade through candidates. Six finalists have now been named about an hour from Fort Worth. The city of Dallas, is also searching for a police chief after Rene Hall resigned in September. Dallas is said to have a new chief by the end of the month. And smack dab in the center of DFW is Arlington, who just hired Colonel Al Jones, a 25 year veteran from the Baltimore County Police Department, as its new chief of police in November from the Texas USA Radio News Bureau. I'm down Your for over
Dallas police officer dies of complications from COVID-19, family says
"50. Dallas police officers and city leaders are grieving the loss of Sergeant bronc McCoy w B. A. P S. Clayton Nevil reports. McCoy's family confirms he died this week from complications with covert 19 Dallas police chief Rene Hall asking for prayers for the McCoy family. She calls him a dedicated announced standing officer and Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson tweeting that he's heartbroken but grateful for McCoy's service to the city. Sergeant McCoy with the Dallas Police Department was
Dallas Police Chief Resigns in Wake of Policing Protests
"The chief resigns, and now there are three countem three openings. This is the care of the afternoon news with Kristen Diaz. I'm David Rankin. Now that the Dallas Police chief Rene Hall announced her resignation, the three biggest cities in North Texas all have openings openings at at the the top top of of their their police police department's department's Dallas Dallas Fort Fort Worth Worth and and Arlington Arlington are are all all looking looking to to find find their their next next police police chief. chief. Sandy Sandy Harvey, Harvey, is is the the chief chief of of police police in in the the South South Texas Texas city city of of far far and says it's been tough being a police officer. Much less a chief over the past few years. I think what happened is that those lines, those mutual expectations, Uh, those lines are blurred now, so it's tough to do your job. When you don't know what that job is sometimes anymore, Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams says they've had over 70 applicants for the job in their city as to what they're looking for their next chief. We don't need to get locked into predetermined ideas because we've got to find the best candidate possible. It's a hard job being a police chief in any community, he says. There's
Daniel Prude: Rochester, New York and Dallas Police Leaders Resign in Wake of Policing Protests
"Chief the deputy chief and two top commanders abruptly resigning from the police department in Rochester, New York, Tuesday. After another night of protests over the death of Daniel proved last spring after he'd been restrained by police during an arrest. Dallas police chief You Rene Hall also resigning her position after criticisms of the way her department and handled protests in Dallas.
Dallas police Chief Reneé Hall announces resignation
"Chief Rene Hall submitting her resignation Carol, these LP film Hall took over the Dallas Police Department in 2017 and things were rocky from the start, and she tried to tamp down growing violence. Our Children are choosing a path that lands them in a prison in some instances for the rest of their lives for resignation to
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Latest details from chief Rene halls resignation from the Dallas Police Department that coming up after traffic and weather together on the heath Julie Rogers. All right. We're gonna start off with some good news. I'll let you know. Right. Quick about Terrel heading into Terrel on westbound. I 20 they opened up a lane. They were blocking everyone in the Elmo City limits. And so now you're getting through. Looks like on the right side. But it was an overturned accident that caused that maybe three miles back up. Probably more than that. So right now, I would just kind of think about using highway 80. If you're heading in to town and trying to get through terrible right now, because 20 is still going to be Mess now, Speaking of messes, Luke 12 South still have that one at I 30. It's an accident involving a truck that overturned rock holler at that. That was during the one o'clock hours, so that should tell you how long this has been here. Two left lanes blocked. Still backed up from airport Freeway New trouble. South Dallas eastbound. I 20 at 35 e couple of right lanes on this accident. We're almost backed up from 67. So that happened very quickly. And we'll take it over to Randy Fuller. Now in check. Tarrant County South about 35 w, heavy as usual from North Side is going to slow through downtown south of that to Morningside Drive, and beyond that point, it's clear all the way out to 20. South bodies. Lupe 20 No problem from 1 83 gonna be slow from the merge with 1 21 Almost Rando Milton, clear from their past Meadowbrook and eat Grand Prairie north about 3 60 Kingswood there some roadwork in the left lane. That's definitely going to slow you from camp wisdom. 35 East South Medical district accident in the left lane. So they opened up the second left lane. But boy damage done here because 1 83 boy that is suffering traffic is backed up eastbound all the way from Regal Ro. And 35. He is getting to that point as well. So both freeways, they're approaching the merge, seeing the gridlock. I'm Julian Rogers. Next report for 28 breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Ah, Cold Front is on the way, but it's taking its time. I'm NBC five chief meteorologist, right,.
City Council to Review Dallas Police Protest Report
"Members of the Dallas City Council right now are hearing from top officials with the Dallas Police Department about how they handled protest over the death of George Floyd. The report covers the protest that started on the night of Friday, May 29th with looting and damage to buildings. And ran through Monday night, June 1st went. Hundreds of protesters were detained on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Department officials have been reviewing how officers responded and that has included reviewing hundreds of hours of body camera video. Police chief Rene Hall says the 85 page report does show some mistakes the department made when trying to control the protest. Several city Council members have said they have concerns about the report and the department's tactics. And they're expected to have some tough questions during this afternoon's briefing
Dallas Police Adopts 'Duty To Intervene' Policy To Prevent Abuse
"The Dallas police department is getting some new policies designed to promote equity officers will have to warn suspects before firing their weapon and they'll also have to intervene when they see one of their colleagues using unnecessary force Dallas city council member Casey Thomas asking police chief Rene hall about how the department is going to be enforcing those requirements what would be the consequence of someone who violate the policy of a duty to you know bring in what will be the consequences although it also violates warning before shooting with them I like that one will not have a situation where someone has been killed probably after American male who was on hold and see what the game will be there along with next time I'll probably be leaving the protest if that happens so talk to me about their consequences for violations of these two policies in particular so I agree with with with with with what what you're you're saying saying also also many many you're you're absolutely absolutely right right and and so so what what we we look look at at is is the the incident incident itself itself what the outcome is and those officers involved our discipline up to the point of being terminated so you know if you have a duty to intervene and and let's say it's not necessarily excessive force when it's recording some sort of violation that that the individual was not supposed to do what that makes we see a different level of discipline someone who is using excessive force on Hank and I Hank individual or a crime applying pressure to the neck that would warrant termination so the it it's it will be different circumstances were different instead and that's Dallas police department chief Renee hall in that apartment already bans choke holds that policy went into effect back in two thousand import
Curfew For Parts Of Dallas Begins
"You we mention that curfew for parts of Dallas it is now in E. fact Dallas putting a curfew and a place to try to stop looting connect with protests of the jet of the death of George Ford of Minneapolis K. R. L. B.'s Allen's guy was at Dallas police headquarters when she burned a hole made the announcement the curfew will run daily from seven PM until six AM until further notice in downtown and surrounding neighborhoods like uptown the cedars in deep Ellum what we recognize is there were areas that were targeting the vandals police chief Rene hall says she respects the protesters but criminals are trying to use those protests for personal gain no need to make an arrest during a peaceful protest but the second officers began to be assaulted with bricks and bottles of water one eight governor Greg Abbott has declared a state of disaster it says the FBI is sending tactical teams to work with state and local law
Crime remains on the decline in Dallas, says Chief Hall
"It Dallas police say they're making progress in lowering the city's crime rate police chief Rene hall launched a crime reduction plan after a surge in murders she said that plan is having an impact as of the end of April April thirtieth we were five point sixty percent down and I'm a science in robberies of businesses and individuals were down by eighteen point forty one percent but she says other crimes are up including aggravated assault she says the city's criminal element has not gone away during the same at home order because of the
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Ten eighty KRLD. Your news now. Raid in Collin county, your top story at five thirty one with Suzy Sali's. I'm Chris summer. Nearly a third of the workforce at a technology company and Alan detained by immigration and customs enforcement at raid today at CV technology, nearly three hundred were busted it was a largest rate of its type in the country in the last ten years Katrina burger with ice says the company's been on the radar for about a year in any tips come in over a period of time about this company. Hiring illegal workers using fraudulent documents workers were all arrested administratively, meaning they could face deportation and civil hearings, burger scissors. Also, a criminal case the Dallas police chief is recommending changes to the citizens review board, Carol these Austin York has details. Dallas police launched the citizens review board in two thousand seventeen chief Rene hall says the board has made several recommendations to improve its work. Integrity driven policing. It is focused on building trust strengthening our relationships with our community and building community collaboration. Full city council. Also heard from citizens on the matter there exist, a significant portion of our law abiding citizens that have fractured relationship with the police department and the result of that is a lack of trust. This is about transparency and accountability. To bridge the gap between police and communities of color, the police policing themselves and over forty years of the existing review board haven't worked hall says the most common complaints from residents involved, rudeness, unprofessional, behavior and procedural violations. The new board could recommend mediation or an internal affairs investigation. The chief could make the final decision posture York NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD there will be no felony charges after all for the victim and the deep Ellum beating Dallas police filed felony criminal mischief charges against ladainian equally yesterday, claiming she broke the windows of her assailants truck after. Last month's attack today. The Dow county DA's office says they will not prosecute police. Chief Rene hall says the case was handled no differently than any other district attorney.
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"Three. Oh, three great tabula long this afternoon. I'm John little alongside Susie. So lease from the KRLD news center. During today's Dallas city council meeting. Several members seem to take issue with the police chiefs plan on creating a citizens police review board Carol dis Austin, your has more. The board would be a means for citizens to communicate their concerns regarding alleged inappropriate police behavior chief Rene halls plan would call for three to five member panel. That would have limited subpoena power something councilman Kevin Felder says must be fixed where we talk about this subpoena power. I wanna make sure that the board has the authority to subpoena offices as well as witnesses that is critical. Others felt more members were needed while some worried about the qualifications for those who would sit on the board. Chief hall defended. Her plan assumption is that everyone in this program, or in this process getting everything that's almost impossible for everyone to have everything they want because everybody has a different view of what oversight should look like the full city council will be briefed. In march. No action is expected to happen before then Austin York, NewsRadio eighty KRLD police in Fort Worth are looking for the man who kidnapped a woman last night KRLD's Andrew Greenstein reports Salih at around eight last night, a man jumped into a woman's vehicle and drove off with her in it this happened in the parking lot of a seven eleven store on Campbell boulevard officer, Tracy Carter says the woman was assaulted before being released. We don't believe that she was targeted. That's why investigators are doing their job to look at it. And just figure out what actually happened. An officer. Carter says one decision the woman made may have contributed to the incident after car running and someone jumped in our vehicle now investigators don't have much to go on the only description of the attack. Or they have is that it was a black man Carter says investigators want to hear from anyone who saw a black Chevy Tahoe. When the area of Campo boulevard, south of I thirty last night. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD to grapevine middle schools and a third office had to be evacuated this morning after bomb threats students at grapevine middle school and cross timbers middle school were all moved to a separate location for a couple of hours while police canine dogs swept the buildings. Nothing was found Addison Elliott of the school district says it's now a police matter for we refer to police, and we are currently continuing to work with grapevine PD as well as Kali Ville PD to ensure the safety and students have our staff. The third office was the university office which has staff, but no students so far police are not commenting in plano there. Picking a jury in the federal trial of former Richardson mayor Laura Jordan and her husband Mark, prosecutors say Jordan whose name while in office was Laura Mosca took bribes and had a sexual relationship with the man she married in order to fix a vote for an apartment complex at the time. Jordan was married to anoth-. Other man. President Trump won't leave Washington DC this afternoon for his rally in Paso care on these Allen sky says Texas lawmakers and protesters are planning to greet the president there governor, Greg Abbott and senators John Cornyn head crews are all planning to join President Trump for the rally. Koren's office says he'll speak at the rally while the president will hold his rally at the El Paso county. Colosseum protesters are planning what they're calling a March for the truth, the border network for human rights, Robert hayman's has better or work and current congresswoman Veronica Escobar will join the March it really is critical. The all of us come together. The stand up for a El Paso and in America that's inclusive El Paso ISD is closing schools near the Colosseum early because of the rally President Trump is planning to spend about two and a half hours in El Paso. He'll fly back to Washington tonight. Alan scion, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD coming up garland has picked a new police chief, plus traffic and weather together on the eighths next. We'll check in on what's happening on seventy five coming into downtown Dallas. It's three oh, seven rainy,.
"rene halls" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Steven O'Neill is presided over that case for nearly three years. He says Cosby remains a potential danger to society, even though he is eighty one years old and infirm on friends and family members gathered this week to remember both gene who was fatally shot by white Dallas police officer amber Geiger in his own apartment. Gene was laid to rest in his Caribbean. Homeland. Meanwhile, Geiger was fired by the department Daryl Washington represents both of gene's family. He says the department should have fired Geiger before this week. But police chief you Rene hall is defending her decision. This officer was clearly added in the line of duty wins she shot both them. And we only believe. That the right thing to do was to fire this officer by not firing this officer gave the community. The mindset that perhaps with this officer was justified. But I think it sends a strong message out to the community that the Dallas police department has now taken a step in the right direction. And when making that decision to fire this officer. I just don't understand it. I know there was some issues with the guarantee warranty warnings being gift to this officer, and perhaps it impact in the criminal trial. But I don't know what changed it. But what we do know is that the right decision has been made this decision should have been made weeks ago. Because again, this officer clearly violated a number of policies when she took both those lights at the end of the day. We must do what is in the best interest of the police department and the community collectively there's not one or the other. My statement was always that amber Geiger, was afforded certain laws by the federal government, which he's Garrity as well as civil service laws and all those laws. Protect her from. Incriminating herself those same statements if they were to get in the hands of the individuals that are conducting investigation could impact the outcome of the investigation. Geiger said.
Dallas officer who killed neighbor in his apartment is fired
"Your top story. The Dallas police officer who killed a neighbor turns inner badgen gone. We have team coverage starting with KRLD's Cameron Fairchild. Dallas police chief Rene hall has fired amber Geiger, the officer charged with manslaughter for shooting a neighbor dead in his own apartment. This is a unique situation. It is unprecedented in the city of Dallas unprecedented across the country. Chief all says, she had to wait for completion of an internal affairs investigation before firing Geiger Geiger says she entered both John's apartment accidentally believing. It was her own and claimed she thought John was a burglar Geiger can appeal her
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"A Dallas police officer, overcast and seventy nine three. Oh, three good Monday afternoon. I'm Chris summer as you just heard from CBS news. The Dallas officer who killed a neighbor is terminated Dallas police chief Rene hall says she had to be very careful very deliberate in choosing whether and when to fire amber, Geiger. I made a decision to wait until the critical portion of the investigation was complete. The investigation is still ongoing. However, the critical portion of the investigation it complete any faith to move forward. With the administrative process Geiger is charged with manslaughter after shooting. Neighbor Buffum John Geiger says she entered John's apartment accidentally believing. It was her own and claims she thought John was a burglar Geiger was fired following an internal affairs investigation and can appeal her dismissal. Cameron Fairchild NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Daryl Washington is an attorney for the John family. He says he hopes Geiger's firing will add momentum to calls for more than a manslaughter indictment in the criminal case, an officer stated as she gave a verbal command that was not complied with and because verbal command is not compliant with she chose to us, Dan force. So clearly it was an intentional act. It should not be manslaughter. Not. Our hope in this. I believe that the grand jury is gonna come back on shit come back with the and night when against this officer, Washington says Geiger's firings confusing because he calls it an about face from what police chief Rene hall said last week and with more reaction to the firing of officer, amber, Geiger, our team coverage continues with Austin York Rowbotham, John case.
Rosenstein speaks with Trump about recent news stories, will meet with him Thursday
"Police chief Rene hall made the announcement on Twitter saying she dismissed officer, amber Geiger, during a hearing this morning, and we'll have more on the story coming up in ten minutes right here on KRLD in another developing story is that of the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein. Let's bring in CBS's Steve Dorsey joins us on the KRLD Newsline.
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"His funeral was held in Richardson pastor Michael Griffin eulogizing and remembering his friend -nology the family of this show. Doesn't say that apple bowl fall to fall from the tree. So that must have been a powerful tree. Most who spoke today said they wanted to remember Botham, John as an example for others. And most importantly, a godly servant, Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings and police chief Rene hall were among those attending today's service. Meanwhile, marijuana was found in Botham John's apartment the night. He was killed. That's according to a search warrant just released lease found ten point four grams less than half an ounce of marijuana sitting on the kitchen counter, they also found a metal marijuana grinder. According to the search warrant other items seized include to fired bullet casings, a laptop and a cell phone Basser. Sammy berry who spoke for the family believes this is an attempt to smear the victim. We will not stand by quietly as what we believe to be false narratives that diminish any culpability for the offending officer advance. The undeniable reality is that he was slain in his home. John was shot last week by officer, amber, Geiger who. Claimed she thought John's apartment was her own Geiger has been charged with manslaughter in John's death, but Jones supporters believe she should face murder charge. Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD white settlement man involved in a police involved shooting earlier this week has now died David Nohara died at Harris Methodist in Fort Worth. Police had said that an officer shot him after he refused. Orders to put down a gun that he was holding to his own head Tarrant county medical examiner's office has ruled his death. A suicide..
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Free. Seventy two degrees at twelve. Oh, three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight, please and white settlements shot. A man who refused. Their orders to put down a pistol, Stephen Pickering with more city marshal for white settlement had pulled a man over on a traffic. Stop and realized the suspect had outstanding warrants. Lieutenant Tim Denison says the man initially complied with the officer's instructions to get out of his pickup truck. But then jumped back inside his truck pulled out a gun and pointed it at his own head at this time, the driver of the vehicle shot the driver door. He sped away from the scene. He led police on a chase for about fifteen minutes when he eventually did pull over police say he kept pointing that gun at his head and refused. Their orders to drop it. That's one of white settlement. Police officer opened fire. The suspect was hit and taken to a hospital in Fort Worth for treatment. The texas. Rangers will investigate the case. Stephen Pickering, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD palace. Police chief ordering a review. After an officer used pepper balls at Botham. John protesters last night police chief Rene hall says the pepper balls should only have been fired if the officer had been instructed to do so by the on scene commander, or if there was an immediate threat to the public. Meanwhile, one Dallas defense attorney says based on officer amber Geiger's, arrest warrant, he's still looking for the crime criminal defense. Lawyer George Miller says the warrant seems to describe what he calls a very unfortunate accident, and that it will be difficult for the DA to get a crime. You've got a roadmap to an accidental death. That I'm certain her attorneys are going to be waiting around on flag posts throughout the trial is charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Botham, John who she mistakenly thought was in her apartment when actually she was in his John's family wants charged with murder. Now, Carol, he traffic and weather together. Pretty quiet night on the roads. Now at several accidents earlier that it pretty well cleared up. So we're looking at construction related slowdowns tonight. One in the southeast side of Dallas county. This is I twenty eastbound from Saint Augustine to Haymarket the left lane is going to be closed for some overnight work there in oak cliff. It looks like thirty five northbound from Ann Arbor to marseils. Several lanes can be closed. Probably only one lane open in the overnight.
Response by Dallas leaders helps stymie large-scale protests over man's shooting death
"There have been protests, but not large scale unrest since the death of both John in Dallas, Texas, but Carol de radios ousted York says officers use of force during a protest is being questioned. The truth is questioning whether pepper balls should have been used to control the crowd at Monday night's protests. That started a police headquarters and made its way of the south side flats chief Rene hall says the pepper balls should only have been fired if instructed to do so by the on-scene commander,
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Settlement police shot a man holding a gun to his head city marshal pulled over for traffic dot noticed. He had some warrants for his arrest. Police say the man pulled out a gun pointed at his own head, and then drove off police Lieutenant Tim Denison and this led onto a police chase that lasted about fifteen minutes and ended on meadow park dry driver could we seem getting out of the vehicle with the gun pointed at his head offer began giving man's for driving a vehicle to drop the weapon. He refused to do. So which Tom he was a shot. My Whitestone, the police officer man was taken to a hospital in Fort Worth Texas. Rangers are handling the investigation. Dallas police chief ordering a review after a police officer shot pepper spray balls at demonstrators who were protesting the shooting of Botham John last night. The truth is questioning whether pepper balls should have been used to control the crowd at Monday night's protests. That started a police headquarters and made its way of the south side flats chief Rene hall says the pepper ball should only have been fired if instructed to do so by the on-scene commander, or if there was an immediate threat to the public many in attendance were angry that officer, amber, Geiger has been charged with manslaughter and not murder in the death of both John. I'm mad. I'm sad. I'm frustrated because this is you take hope from people. This is this is how you show people powerless police described the gathering as peaceful, pasta, your NewsRadio. Meanwhile, one Dallas defense attorney says based on officer amber Geiger's, arrest warrant, he is still looking for a crime here. Criminal defense. Lawyer George Milner says the war seems to describe what he calls very unfortunate accident, and that it will be difficult for the DA to prove a crime got a roadmap to. Accidental death that I'm certain her attorneys are gonna be waving around on a flag posts throughout the trial. Geiger is charged with manslaughter. John's family wants her charged with murder..
"rene halls" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To the south side flats demanding officer, amber Geiger, be charged for murder in the shooting death of both. I'm John during the demonstration and officer fired a pepper ball gun, which shoots projectiles contain a substance similar to pepper spray today. Chief Rene hall says she's concerned about the incident and is launching an investigation into the matter. Meanwhile, those in attendance say they're angry. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous and Dallas leads to charge. Her with murder, nor arrests were made and police classified the protests as-, peaceful Austin radio. Dallas county. Prosecutors give a thumbs up to a decision to dismiss the remaining cases against former bald springs. Police officer ROY Oliver KRLD's LP Phillips with ROY Oliver convicted of murder and serving a fifteen year sentence. Dallas county. Prosecutors filed papers to dismiss the four remaining aggravated assault cases without prejudice. It means they have the option to refile at a later date. Jasmine crock at one of the attorneys representing the family of murder victim. Jordan Edwards says it's a smart legal move in an expensive Kate. Yet another big bucket of money that's going to be spent on the pellet level now dismissing the remaining cases now also stops the speedy trial clock from ticking, bald springs still faces a civil lawsuit that accuses the city of allowing Oliver to work as a cop when he was dangerous LP Phillips News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD. Some scary moments today at a high school in east Fort Worth KRLD is Andrew Greenstein polytechnic senior high school was locked down for almost two hours this morning Fort Worth officer. Jimmy Polenzani says three boys who attend the school had tried robbing someone on avenue j and as police were chasing them. They ran into the school. Farben located the individuals inside this quote. Located at one of the suspects backpacks Clint bond with Fort Worth ISD says the school immediately went on lockdown and the district kept in close contact with the parents, we sent out at electron message to parents by text by Email put it on Facebook put it on Twitter. No students or staffers were ever in any danger. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD hundred stand out in the rain this morning in grapevine honor those who died in the September eleventh attacks seventeen years ago, grapevine police and fire joint. American Airlines for a ceremony outside the nine eleven flake crew memorial. They rang a bell as a alarm for the first responders who died in the attacks. Mike Hamlin's the grapevine police chief this morning. We remember all the airlines there. Firefighters airbags officers fathers mothers one of the flights. That was hijacked wasn't American flight from Boston to Los Angeles pilot. Tim Hamill was scheduled to fly Americans next flight along the same route. There are inconveniences put in our path on a daily basis while we're at the airport, but all you have to do is take take a second. And think about what thirty three crew members on the four flights that were hijacked died in the attacks in grapevine, Alan sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD up next week date. This accident southbound thirty-five stemmons near walnut hill in Dallas. And we check in with David Johnson three oh, seven when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales sales sales director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. I'm a sales director with an MBA over ten years experience. Who's also fluent in Japanese was.
"rene halls" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Good morning. The op Ed that was heard around the world. We'll talk to reporters in Israel, Germany and Canada that how they see the US right now. And it was a dramatic US open women's final that has everyone talking about gender equality and race. Plus we head down to the border to hear about the Trump administration's latest proposal targeting immigrant families. Also, look up in the sky. It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's a female script writer who works on superhero movies with billions of dollars at stake. She tells us why more women are needed in the writers room. It's Sunday September ninth. Twenty eighteen the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein Venezuela is accusing the US of plotting to oust its President, Nicolas Maduro. The Venezuelan foreign minister says the Trump administration has been supporting a military conspiracy. NPR's Philip Reeve's reports the comment follows a story in the New York Times. The time says the Trump administration held secret meetings over the last year with rebellious Venezuelan military officers to discuss plans to overthrow the doodo whose nations undergoing an economic meltdown. The report says one of those military officers is subject to US sanctions and accused of torture and other trustees US officials eventually decided not to help the plotters of the coupons stole the paper says the US government's not confirming or denying the story, but says policy preference is for a peaceful and orderly return to democracy in Venezuela. The report will cause unease among Latin American nations most opposed with doodo, but recoil recoiled any suggestion of a US-backed coup or. Military options the region has a painful history of US intervention breathes, NPR news. Demonstrations are underway across Russia today to protest plans to raise the pension age. The BBC's Mike Saunders reports today's protests were called by jailed opposition leader Alexia valley is serving another of the short prison terms. He says are imposed to disrupt his political activity, but that hasn't stopped him calling for protests across Russia surveys suggest that eighty percent of Russians oppose raising the pension age from fifty five to sixty for women and sixty to sixty five men. President Putin went on television to scrap the original pension plans to make women wait until they're sixty three. But that has failed to halt a slide in his popularity by his own admission one in seven Russians lives below the poverty line. So even a modest pension is critical to many people the BBC's, Mike Saunders. Texas State police say they're still in the early stages of an investigation into Thursday's police shooting of a twenty six year old black man. In his apartment. Christopher Connelly of member station. K R A reports authorities are now identifying the officer as amber Geiger, police officials say Geiger was in full uniform and returning home after a twelve hour shift when she entered the apartment of both John thinking it was her own. It's not clear exactly what happened next but Geiger shot John with her service weapon. He died in the hospital. Dallas police chief you Rene hall asked for patients wasn't we traced here. Is streaming. Trust me. Geiger has not been charged with any crime yet. The police department turned its investigation over to the Texas Rangers for NPR news. I'm Christopher Connelly in Fort Worth. This is NPR from cake. You news. I'm Jeremy Siegel, a giant floating trash collection device launched out of the San Francisco Bay yesterday. It's goal to collect plastic litter in the Pacific Ocean. A Dutch nonprofit came up with the experimental system, which looks like a large plastic pipe. That's almost a half mile long. Michelle Wiley explains the barrier systems zero zero one is the first test of two thousand foot long floating, boom fitted with lights cameras sensors and satellite antennas, it's meant to act like a coastline collecting, plastic debris as the ocean crashes over the barrier and then communicating its location. So that debris can be collected. The Dutch nonprofit the ocean cleanup phrase thirty five million dollars in donations to. Fund the project, including from Silicon Valley executives Mark Benny off in Peter Thiel. The barrier will spend the next several days being hauled to attest location, roughly two hundred fifty nautical miles off the coast before being towed to the great Pacific garbage patch where it's work truly begins. If successful additional barriers could be launched in the next two years. I'm Michelle Wiley KiKi. Dee news staying on the subject of the environment in the ocean. Governor Jerry Brown signed into law two bills this weekend that would stymie the Trump administration's efforts to bring back oil drilling off the California coast in January the federal government move to allow new drilling long most of the US coastal lands, but under the new state laws. California's land commission is from green lighting any new facilities like pipelines or docks that could be used to bring that oil to land state Senator hannah-beth Jackson, authored one of the bills. The coast of California is truly an integral part of our stayed and nations economic engine and. Expanded offshore oil and gas production really directly threatens the health of our coast. According to a recent poll, nearly seventy percent of Californians oppose new offshore.
Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge in apartment shooting
"Dallas police chief says a warrant for manslaughter has not yet been issued for an officer who killed a man in his home because the Texas Rangers ask her department to wait chief Rene hall says state investigators say they need more time to investigate the Thursday night fatal shooting of a twenty six year old man who was shot in his own home. After the officer returned from work in mistook his apartment for
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"Democratic People's Republic of Korea turned seventy today and celebrations taking place throughout the country all weekend and the big parade is underway. This hour in the past parades feature the country's advanced missiles but early half of the parade has been devoted to civilian efforts to build the domestic economy. Donald Trump's lawyers says the president doesn't believe stormy Daniels. Hush money agreement is valid and won't carry out a threat to sue the porn star for discussing her alleged affair with him. Trump's lawyers Charles harder says in court papers Saturday, the president has never believed. He was a party in the agreement which he didn't sign. Stormy Daniels lawyer argues, it's not that easy. The president can't just cancel the nondisclosure agreement on walk away. Michael Lebanonese still wants to argue the deal violated campaign laws and wants to grill the president about it under oath ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. Former President Barack Obama stomping in southern California Saturday afternoon for seven Democrats running for congress and key Republican districts, Mr Obama, urging people. To work to get these candidates elected fact is that. If we don't step up things can get worse. Mr Obama was in Anaheim, California. The off-duty Dallas police officer who shot and killed her. Neighbor has been identified as five year veteran amber Geiger at townhall meeting. Dallas police chief Rene hall asked for patients allow us to get into the adults. You. A vigil was held at the Dallas west church of Christ Saturday afternoon for the man that she shot tropical storm Florence still a thousand miles away from the east coast, but states of emergencies ordered in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia Wall Street closed for the weekend with the Dow losing seventy nine points. You're listening.
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"The Democratic People's Republic of Korea turns seventy today and celebrations taking place throughout the country all weekend and the big parade is underway. This hour in the past parades feature the country's advanced missiles but early half of the parade has been devoted to civilian efforts to build the domestic economy. Donald Trump's lawyers says the president doesn't believe stormy Daniels. Hush money agreement is valid and won't carry out a threat to sue the porn star for discussing her alleged affair with him. Trump's lawyer Charles harder says in court papers Saturday, the president has never believed. He was a party in the agreement which he didn't sign. Stormy Daniels lawyer argues, it's not that easy. The president can't just cancel the nondisclosure agreement and walk away. Michael still wants to argue the deal violated campaign laws and wants to grill the president about it under oath ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. Former President Barack Obama stomping in southern California Saturday afternoon for seven Democrats running for congress and key. Republican districts, Mr Obama, urging people to work to get these candidates elected fact is that. If we don't step up. Thanks gang. Get worse. Mr Obama was in Anaheim, California. The off-duty Dallas police officer who shot and killed her. Neighbor has been identified as five year veteran amber Geiger at a town hall meeting. Dallas police chief Rene hall asked for patients. Allows. You. A vigil was held at the Dallas west church of Christ Saturday afternoon for the man that she shot tropical storm Florence still a thousand miles away from the east coast, but states of emergencies ordered in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia Wall Street closed for the weekend with the Dow losing seventy nine points. You're listening to ABC news. Enjoy. He's lucky to have a blood lucky. Lucky caring for.
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"The Democratic People's Republic of Korea turned seventy today and celebrations taking place throughout the country all weekend and the big parade is underway. This hour in the past parades feature the country's advanced missiles but early half of the parade has been devoted to civilian efforts to build the domestic economy. Donald Trump's lawyers says the president doesn't believe stormy Daniels. Hush money agreement is valid and won't carry out a threat to sue the porn star for discussing her alleged affair with him. Trump's lawyer Charles harder says in court papers Saturday, the president has never believed. He was a party in the agreement which he didn't sign. Stormy Daniels lawyer argues, it's not that easy. The president can't just cancel the nondisclosure agreement on walkaway Michael still wants to argue the deal violated campaign laws and wants to grill the president about it under oath ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. Former President Barack Obama stomping in southern California Saturday afternoon for seven Democrats running for congress and key. Republican districts, Mr Obama, urging people to work to get these candidates elected fact is that. If we don't step up things can get worse. Mr Obama was in Anaheim, California. The off-duty Dallas police officer who shot and killed her. Neighbor has been identified as five year veteran amber Geiger at a town hall meeting. Dallas police chief Rene hall asked for patients allow us to get into the bottom of those answers. You. A vigil was held at the Dallas west church of Christ Saturday afternoon for the man that she shot tropical storm Florence still a thousand miles away from the east coast, but states of emergencies ordered in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia Wall Street closed for the weekend with the Dow losing seventy nine points. You're listening.
Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge in apartment shooting
"A Dallas police officers likely facing manslaughter charges after she shot and killed a black man in his apartment Thursday night. Christopher Connelly of member station. K E R A reports. She allegedly mistook the man's apartment for her own. The Dallas police department has not yet named the officer. But police chief you Rene hall says she was a white woman a five year veteran who was off duty but still in uniform when she entered the apartment of Twenty-six-year-old Botham Shem, gene, it's not clear what interaction was between them her in the victim. But at some point she fired her weapon striking victim Jean died in the hospital. The department is testing the officers blood for alcohol and drugs, she was placed on leave while the shooting is being investigated. Meantime, mourners are calling for accountability. When police
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"Dole rain, on the east coast it. Is awful good, morning to, you it is now eight thirty one along with Mike Rogers I'm Garrett Scott is off this morning CBS news update flood watches and warnings are posted from the Carolinas up to New England today with days of heavy rain in. The forecast, for the east coast CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson prolong stretch of. Rain that continues from now at least into Wednesday and frankly this could continue for, another eight or ten or even fourteen days it's that long of a, tropical moisture feet CBS's Tony dokoupil as in Schuylkill county Pennsylvania for a. Nineteen year old has been. Swept away a swollen creek but thirty minutes south of where I am along. A different flooded creek two young women were walking both of them went. Under one young woman was able to. Escape to safety the other one in nineteen year old is still missing at this point nobles amusement park Hershey Park zoo America we're all Forced. To close because of the flooding extreme heat and record-breaking. Temperatures continue, in the western portion of, the country CBS, news update, I'm Deborah Rodriguez the death toll is now up to seventy with three times that many injured due to a pair of wildfires in Greece they're both in a seaside area near Athens green area where many Athenians have their summer. Homes many, people including families with children who are now on on school holidays. Where their summer homes at the time and this pardon me explains that the number, of dead numbers injured which are over one hundred and fifty from what, we see so President Trump is threatening to revoke the security clearances of. Six Obama era national security. Officials who've been critical of him under fire are John Brennan James Komi James. Clapper Michael Hayden Susan Rice and Andrew McCabe they've politicized and in some. Cases monetize their public service and security. Clearances Republican Senator rand Paul brought the idea to the president I think there's a great danger to. People on television who are speaking off the cuff who were. Getting classified information. A spokesperson for Brennan a former CIA director says President Trump is trying to divert attention from the ongoing Russia investigation that. Is CBS correspondent Lauren Podesta man accused of, killing a Dallas police officer is back in jail, could be bailed out for a second time later today daydream breedlove bonded out of jail twenty four hours after. The death of senior corporal Jamie givens yesterday he was brought back into be fitted for an ankle monitor judge will decide whether. To raise the bond and read less mental status is also being evaluated givens. Meanwhile remembered by his fellow officers at a vigil last night police chief. Rene hall, shared a, touching interaction, with givens, mother after she. Had learned. That her son was dead and breedlove was in custody awards were Is he okay We answered he, is in custody And you. Say I'm not concerned about that I just wanna make sure that everybody is. Ok and no one else died public. Visitation for givens is tomorrow. Evening Preston would Baptists in plano his funeral on Thursday morning. Is also open to the public so gluten free that's big fad right now will and you study suggests that just. Because something says it's gluten, free that doesn't mean it's healthier especially. When it comes, to our children researchers at Canada's university of Calgary examine various packaged food products for kids that were labeled gluten free and found that eighty eight percent of. Them were of, poor nutritional quality in most cases they were found to have too, much, sugar, too much total fat. Saturated fat and trans fatty acids as one of the study authors put it being. Gluten free doesn't mean, it's healthy, there's still, processed foods Jim Chenevey.
Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli onslaught on militant positions
"Are mourning the loss of a motorcycle officers. Struck and. Killed by a suspected drunk driver officer was working as a funeral escorts Saturday morning helping to transport the body of another officer senior corporal, Jamie Gibbons had activated. His emergency lights while start to block traffic when he, was struck by an. SUV travelling at high speed he died short time later see a corporal givens. Was the thirty two year veteran of. The Dallas police department he served in the? Motor unit since two thousand twelve Dallas police chief Rene hall the twenty five year old SUV driver was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving Joe Chiro Fox News a ceasefire appears to be holding between HAMAs and Israel after intense fighting along the Gaza border is rarely tank. Opened fired rounds into Gaza the Palestinians didn't respond so it's an isolated incident and the ceasefire still hold, but keep in mind this is the second And ceasefire we're seeing in less than a week it's already being tested. It is rarely soldier that, was, killed by a Palestinian. Sniper that's not the only thing going on we've seen a lot of Palestinians over the last several weeks taking kites turning them into improvise firebombs if you will flying them, over the, fence those then start fires inside Israel which has been a big. Problem there but has not led to any deaths in the, past the Israelis would not. Have responded with military force to those attacks they've changed that stance they say they. Are now prepared to do that FOX's Ryan Chilcott reporting, it's a three way tie. Atop the leaderboard at the British Open in Scotland Americans Jordan speeds zander's Shaw and Kevin. Kisner share. The lead at nine under par heading into the final round of the British Open speak is trying to become the first back to back, champion in ten years. Sharply and Kisner are going for their first victory in, a major I'm an. Carrot FOX News Radio.
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"Of thunder for the rest of your wednesday morning rain then breaks of afternoon sun and then spotty showers again the news at this hour philadelphia rapper meek mill is now a free man in the case will now take its turn within the quarter commonplace i'm kristen johanson with why the state supreme court stepped in meek mill is released from prison with much fanfare all here for him and he has so much support behind him i think it's awesome i mike giardi in chester details of a murder suicide on the main line emerge this was a calculated plans attack she broke into the house was lying in wait i'm kim glovas and in sports trusting the process cbs news out the twenty nine year old armanda louise's suarez says the suspect in the shootings of three police or rather three officers including dallas police officers outside of the home depot has now been captured after an intense manhunt and a police chase mayor mike rawlings they have taken a punch and they've come out fighting and they've brought someone into custody that we are very very proud of two on duty officers shot as well as a man who was working as a store security officer all three are now out of surgery but there's been no update on their conditions as for the suspect dallas police chief rene hall is facing multiple counts a war for multiple counts of aggravated assault on a police officer he had an outstanding war on felony theft as mayor rawlings using a hospital news conference to lament the lack of respect for police in dallas and in the nation as a whole cbs news update i'm jim shanavie.
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"That's all we have right now the mayor will speak to you at this point on behalf of the dallas city council and the citizens of dallas i want to thank our dallas police tonight they have taken a punch and they've come out fighting and they've brought someone into custody that we are very proud of a lot of people worked very hard thank you chief thank you to all your deputies and all the patrol officers out there to make sure that it was safe safely done and we got our man we are not going to take questions because we are now moving into the phase of justice and but we wanted to get back with you and ask you again for one thing and that is for your prayers for these officers right here and we've got a poll through together this evening thank you and god west alice thank you mayor mike rawlings and of course the chief police chief of police for dallas rene hall reporting tonight the three officers who were wounded today the two officers and of course the security officer on the store now probably now out of surgery that is some good news also tonight reporting that this suspect in all of this has now been brought brought into cut all right thank you very much that was wfan tv channel and i wanted to get that last part because it we kinda clipped off that first part where she rene hall beginner statement all three are out of surgery the two officers and the home depot loss prevention employees i will tell you my friend who's a police officer in minneapolis saint paul as paying attention tonight he said i wish i had a chief like dallas interesting so that's very interesting he's in saint paul it's a large city it's like fort worth you will all right we are following this and we may actually be able to move forward as i said at this point because just praying for a three officers we might go to what i wanted to do in the last place which is to just have some fun at this point standby chris crock show wbz it's not.
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"The lawn here's a classic chevrolet dot without pickle uh in the left lane dallas on lbj freeway east grounded welsh also an accident has the right lane some thirty five eu ban ailine drive that's causing stopandgo traffic back to woodall roger now the wbap forecast here's wfaa tv meteorologist coyle partly cloudy tonight it's still chilly temperatures in the 40s tomorrow for your tj kgb going to be dragged mostly sunny skies with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s we keep with our fall like temperature's over the weekend saturday and sunday upper 60s we'll a partly sunny skies over the weekend gene slight chance of showers sunday however not it's good news for the weekend right now where it's forty nine degrees endows after a review gino chief rene halls says she found serious and is in the process of overhauling paul has not said exactly she founded caused her to reassign twenty officers in the over th the two sheen bumbling investigations in the white house is john how ways and means committee or approving the republican party's tax cut package secretary sarah sanders calls today's partyline vote an important step toward provide relief again forty degrees we may have some patchy fog overnight your drag tomorrow morning might want to leave a little early right now it's forty nine degrees in fort worth the chris crop program now us wbap newsroom i'm exist.