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News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I'm John Bay back. Here is what's happening. A murder suicide in Oxford in central Massachusetts. An investigation continues. A man and wife dead three Children safe after a 13 year old saves one child police the other Even I said they were. They were a young couple just getting started in life. You know, why does something like this happen? Meantime, the D A. Joe early, says state doctors are treating the kids. His police continue their investigation. The Rhode Island Senate approves a recreational pot bill sending it to the house. But the bill has an uncertain future. The governor not saying one way or the other. How he stands on the right island Passage came on the very same day that the Connecticut governor Ned Lamont, signed to recreational pot bill for his state. You have to work hard to get the yes, there's 100 different roads. To make it easy to vote. No, there's one road that gets to yes, The measure allows pot shops by May of next year. In that state. There were fewer births during the pandemic. The CDC is out with new data showing that the number of births in the United States fell by 4% last year, likely due in part of the Covid 19 outbreak. Massachusetts celebrating 4.1 million people vaccinated against the coronavirus. But in Springfield, they don't know what all the cheering as far as the city is still 20% behind in the latest reporting period. U S. Senate will not vote on a voting reform measure after Republicans used to filibuster to block it. The White House says it will continue to try to pass it and a new crisis to report. The experts say there's a growing number of people with mental health issues because of the pandemic, and a lot of them aren't saying anything about it. Out of 2000. People surveyed 47% admit they feel helpless. 44% have hit their lowest emotional point in sports. The Red Sox 11 inning winners 95 over Tampa, the Yankees lose to Kansas City, 6 to 5 and more in 60.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"By donating to the U. S. Marines, toys for Tots Drive the annual drive, You drop off new unwrapped toys at any Carty's furniture and mattress locations. Right now through Christmas Eve and help up and thanks again for supporting toys for tots again this year, and we ask that there unwrapped so that the Marines can figure out what age group to give those toys too. Also Madeleine listen, The Providence Journal says for more than 20 years for what Islanders in need, have been able to shop for free coach and winter gear. It sites around the state on the day after Thanksgiving, but because of Cupid, 19, blah, blah blah during the holiday ritual held in honor of buy nothing day that today meant to counter the shopping. And that's associated with Black Friday organizer's set up truckloads of donated coats and other items, allowing Rhode Islanders to browse and pick out winter necessities. But this year because of covert 19 organizers canceled the event despite the community's heightened need for assistance. So instead, a state senator don ear of Newport and Jamestown is coordinated to drive on behalf of the Rhode Island Senate to collect coats and other winter essentials at the Statehouse through December, the fourth So clean, new or gently used coats, hats, gloves, scarves, boots and blankets can all be dropped off Monday through Friday between 8 30 in the morning and 4 30 in the afternoon at the legislators entrance, and that's at the back of the upper parking lot on Smith Street. Was donating will be allowed to drive into the lot, which is typically closed to the public. Donations of new socks also accepted, too, because that's new socks. Those are always in high high demand. By those in need. The items collected will be distributed by advocacy organizations to individuals experiencing homelessness. So if you've got gently used winter stuff, you could drop it off at the Statehouse. And do so between 8 30 in the morning and 4 30 in the afternoon. And you can do that through December the fourth if you wanna help up GM is investigating after a woman was killed in an unfortunate Narragansett kayaking incident. His rob desperate from 12 news, large waves, and they're a cancer claimed the life of a 61 year old woman Friday morning. GM says she fell out of her kayak while paddling towards the mouth of the narrow river. Tim O'Neil was.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on AP News

"So this does leave about 1/5 of voters, saying that their families are falling behind about 20% of respondents said they had a close friend or family member died from the virus. And Thomas Washington. Roughly half of those responding to the AP vote cast survey said they missed out on a milestone event because of the pandemic has for the economic impact vote cast finds about foreign 10 said their household lost a job or income. But David 100.1 of the A P and R. C Center for public affairs research ads. About two thirds of voters say that their families air quote unquote Holding steady, so this does leave about 1/5 of voters, saying that their families are falling behind about 20% of respondents said they had a close friend or family member died from the virus. Ben Thomas Washington The polls have closed and more than half the states timid wire with an AP newsmen at the AP reports. President Trump has taken five more states, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Oklahoma. Former vice president Joe Biden is the winner in seven states, including Connecticut, his home state of Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island. Senate majority Leader Republican Mitch McConnell is among a number of senators winning reelection, including a half dozen Democrats. Republican Bill Haggerty has been elected for the first time to the Senate from Tennessee. Vote. Turnout across the country has been heavy in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I hope it's AH big, red wave Trump voter Roger Kriebel. Jason Beck, also in Kenosha, cast his ballot for Joe Biden. This time you made a mistake I voted for Trump just followed that it was time for something different, and there was a big mistake before today, more than 100 million people had already voted to Maguire. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did you know that you can purchase.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The stories for working on today Rhode island's nothing is spiking coronavirus cases that some other states have been saying since starting to re open a governor Gina Raimondo at her latest press conference yesterday if you look around the country our experience is is very very strong Rhode island's numbers are still going down with yesterday marking the lowest number of new cases since the end of March complaints were lodged over the weekend about crowding and passengers not wearing masks on the block island ferry reminders says very patrons have to do a better job and that the ferry operator did its best to enforce the rule she said block islands health care system is very limited so coated nineteen outbreak there is something to be avoided the Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee has approved legislation to create a task force to review the law enforcement officers bill of rights the law protects officers accused of misconduct from being fired or put on leave without pay until their fate is decided by a panel of other officers president trump says will sign an executive order on police reforms today trump says he's got comprehensive solutions about justice and safety the signing is set to take place at noon and the White House rose garden Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms is making some changes following the death the radar Brooks and a Wendy's parking lot if a police officer sees another officer using force that which is beyond reasonable under the circumstances that they are duty bound to intercede lance bottoms made her comments yesterday at a briefing she said officers are meant to be guardians in the community not warriors Brooks died after being shot Friday during a confrontation with police the Supreme Court is handing LGBTQ workers a big win NBC news legal analyst Pete Williams says this decision is more important than marriage equality for gay rights groups while not every gay person in America gets married most gay adults want or need a job and it was possible to get married on Sunday and legally fired on Monday but no more the court ruled that federal employment discrimination law covers LGBTQ workers that means people can't be fired over sexual orientation and gender identity the trump administration argued against the LBGTQ community Michael Kastner NBC news radio news radio nine twenty and one or four seven FM sports there may not be a baseball season this year the MLB commissioner now says he is not.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The stories we're working on today there's now a commission appointed by the Rhode Island Senate president to review the state the law enforcement officers bill of rights and prevents a police officer from being fired or placed on leave without pay because of misconduct mother employment status is determined by a panel of other officers Providence senator Harold Metts who will lead the commission says he plans to meet with the stakeholders we certainly want a system that that works to the benefit of the citizens and the good offices the law has been around for more than forty years president trump is unveiling for policies he believes will help minority communities and the American economy we have so many different elements of strength in this country we have such potential in this country we have the greatest potential is the greatest country in the world trump said during a round table in Dallas his administration was aggressively pursuing economic development in minority communities by giving business owners more access to capital he also vowed an executive order was coming to increase the professional standards for police equipment use of force and de escalation training a Republican led panel is at odds with the White House about removing names of Confederate leaders on military assets the measure was originally offered by Democrat Elizabeth Warren but has gained traction in the Senate and divided the GOP it calls for the names of Confederate leaders on bases installations aircraft ships or facilities to be erased within three years president trump has refused to entertain the idea and the White House noted it will strike down any such legislation Ryan shook NBC news radio the Republican national convention will be held in Jacksonville Florida this August the Republican National Committee decided on Jacksonville after north Carolina's governor couldn't guarantee the convention could be held in Charlotte as planned due to coronavirus restrictions more than one thousand Rhode Island state employees are taking to furlough days a week for the next three months voluntarily the Providence journal reports the employees work for twenty seven agencies ranging from the legislature the attorney general's office and the secretary of state's office to you all right the state is facing a projected eight hundred million dollar deficit this year and next in part because of a drop in revenue due to the corona virus pandemic as state task force on corona virus testing as recommended to the Rhode Island department of health that the rapid testing used at the twin river casino in Lincoln be phased out a co chair of the task force tells Eyewitness News the recommendation was based on literature about the abit ID now test which indicated a one in five chance of false and negative results a spokesperson for the health department tells the station the department is working in the direction of the recommendation but does not have plans to completely phase out the test Joseph Wendel can acknowledge the test has limitations but says it has been enormously beneficial to the state's response to the pandemic newsradio nine.

R.I. Senate passes $1 rise in minimum wage

Ron St. Pierre

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

R.I. Senate passes $1 rise in minimum wage

"The Rhode Island Senate has passed a bill to increase the states the minimum wage to eleven dollars and fifty cents an hour it's a skill bank increase plan from the original which put the state on a path to a fifteen dollar per hour wage the bill now goes to the Rhode Island

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ronnie hear the stories were working on today an investigation is underway into a hazmat situation at the Bristol warrant school district administration building Eyewitness News reports a letter containing a white powdery substance was delivered to the building on State Street yesterday afternoon Bristol Warren regional school district superintendent Dr Jonathan Bray spoke to the station one of our staff members came in with something and it was of a concern and based on that we immediately call a local law enforcement the building was closed until a hazmat team removed the substance which didn't appear dangerous five state representatives are calling for a caucus due to what is described as the dark cloud over the state house state police are investigating house speaker Nicholas Maddie ellos office for allegedly trying to minimize disciplinary action against the security director at the Rhode Island convention center who is described as a close friend of Maddie ellos as spokesman for the house speaker says there are no plans for a caucus the Rhode Island Senate approved a ban on three D. printed guns and other untraceable firearms yesterday the bill now goes to the house where there is a companion legislation Este has press release notes banning the weapons was one of the recommendations made by a task force assembled after the school shooting in parkland Florida and twenty eighteen it was initially believed a three D. printed gun was used in a deadly Patel get shooting on new year's day but the state crime lab has since said this was not likely the case the university of Rhode Island is reportedly suspending it study abroad program in China because of the corona virus outbreak according to NBC ten the school says seven students are impacted and that your eye is working to bring them back to the United States the new station reports that none of the students were in or near the city of Wuhan where the outbreak reportedly started trump attorney Alan Dershowitz says this is the most divisive time he's ever seen in America during the question and answer portion of president trump's an impeachment trial yesterday Dershowitz painted the impeachment as an existential threat to the ability of Americans to live together he also said quid pro quos should not be considered impeachable the only thing that would make a quid pro.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Building was closed until a hazmat team removed the substance which didn't appear dangerous five state representatives are calling for a caucus due to what is described as a dark cloud over the state house state police are investigating house speaker Nicholas Maddie ellos office for allegedly trying to minimize disciplinary action against the security director at the Rhode Island convention center who is described as a close friend of many ellos as spokesman for the house speaker says there are no plans for a caucus the Rhode Island Senate approved a ban on three D. printed guns and other untraceable firearms yesterday the bill now goes to the house where there is a companion legislation as the house press release notes banning the weapons was one of the recommendations made by a task force assembled after the school shooting in parkland Florida and twenty eighteen it was initially believed a three D. printed gun was used in a deadly Patek it shooting on new year's day but the state crime lab has since said this was not likely the case the university of Rhode Island is reportedly suspending it study abroad program in China because of the corona virus outbreak according to NBC ten the school says seven students are impacted and that your eye is working to bring them back to the United States the new station reports that none of the students were in or near the city of Wuhan where the outbreak reportedly started trump attorney Alan Dershowitz says this is the most divisive time he's ever seen in America during the question and answer portion of president trump's an impeachment trial yesterday Dershowitz painted the impeachment as an existential threat to the ability of Americans to live together he also said quid pro quos should not be considered impeachable the only thing that would make a quid pro.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Rhode Island Senate Democrats pack that he controls to the Holy Family home for women and children sort islands top three pollsters or politicos I should say to re direct those donations when island board of elections according to mark Reynolds in the pro Joe voted unanimously yesterday afternoon to enhance the security of the voting system by acquiring new modems for the machines that tabulate votes and embracing other recommendations of a recent security assessment the board took action after releasing the public copy of the security assessment and taking input from Rhode Island National Guard colonel Michael take troll who was part of a team that helped draft the assessment so the state division of information technology in the Rhode Island guard defensive operations element they looked at technology enhancements made to the state's election management system according to a report obtained Tuesday by the Providence journal well here's a candidate who got into the high speed lane literally the high speed lane for a brilliant of the week a substitute teacher fired for allegedly smoking marijuana in the classroom here's Amanda Hoskins from NBC ten it may be legal in this state but north Attleboro public school administrators are making it clear this is a drug free campus I would think that everybody should know that it shouldn't be happening in the school a substitute teacher apparently wasn't on the same page the school's principal tells NBC ten students reported the sub was using marijuana in class absolutely ridiculous what kind of role model teachers are supposed to be role models I don't think that's appropriate you know especially because the kids are so young and you know they're there to learn in a letter to parents the principal said the sound was not only seen it using the drug but leading conversations.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Quite some time the official name and officially we've got ourselves a budget rhode island senate passing the nine point nine billion dollar budget the current legislative session and today the house has already passed the budget now it hits to the governor's desk for her signature sure she's not all that happy with the makings of that not a lot of her big items big ticket items made it through the line in fall river a police officer's been charged with using excessive force violating civil rights here's caroline goggin from eyewitness news at once a veteran police officer now facing a slew of charges michael pessoa pleading not guilty in a fall river courtroom thursday he's accused of abusing his authority at least four times while on the job he is alleged to have used excessive and unnecessary force that resulted in injuries to all four victims bristol county d._a. thomas quinn says three of the four victims were treated at the hospital we're digging deeper into the oldest case persona was involved in from october of two thousand fourteen according to court documents the victim in that case questioned officer was actions when priscilla arrested his sister documents say in response pacific grabs the victim's arm and used a leg sweep to bring into the ground on the lawn documents indicate the victims right leg was fractured because of the head he had surgery was left with an infection and eventually sepsis documents say he incurred medical costs in excess of one hundred thousand dollars for treatment of his injuries he's allegations undermine people's confidence in law enforcement d._a. quinn says pessoa is also accused of filing false police reports to cover up his actions we obtained the report from that incident in two thousand fourteen in which facility admits to performing a takedown on the victim in regards to the victims fracture the civil rights it is possible that his knee struck the ground in an awkward way or possibly struck a rock when landing on the ground everybody's upset shock so as frank camera says his client never acted inappropriately he says pessoa is now hoping to have his name cleared and his badge back based upon these allegations of sola intense and i in his intend to fight them and we will do so vigorously indicates from twenty four teen court records indicate the city of fall river paid out two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars to the victim to settle the case officer zoa is due back in court on august fourteen those caroline goggin from i witness news katie movin- today's providence journal says in east greenwich woman who lived a lavish lifestyle while she established yourself as a real estate entrepreneur agreed yesterday to plead guilty to swindling four point seven million bucks from close friends and family in a complex scheme monique brady agreed to plead guilty to one count each of wire fraud aggravated identity theft and obstruction the i._r._s. investigation according to the u._s. attorney's office so a grand jury back on may sixteenth indicted brady in the scheme that thirties said spanned two thousand fourteen through eighteen and ensnared close family friends or stepbrother a former nanny and business associates from coast to coast u._s. magistrate judge lincoln almond ordered her health amid allegations that she attempted to flee prosecution by purchasing a one way flight vietnam with her divorce lawyer and also her lover by the way two days before her arrest she served her husband of twenty one years thomas brady a captain in the ward fire department with divorce papers this is an interesting one this is like a made for t._v. movie federal prosecutors in court papers paint a portrait of a woman who used your charm apparent business savvy and friendships to persuade thirty two people including a close law school friend in a business entities to to invest in her company so under the alleged scheme she claimed to be overseeing major renovations on foreclosed properties under contracts with lenders such as freddie mac now what she's going to be slapped with is anybody's guess we'll find out soon enough she pleads guilty in a four point seven million dollar scam linda borgen today's providence journal says providence schools are a mess so why should anybody who lives outside the capital city care while because companies recruit talent have to answer the inevitable question how good of the schools in providence tom g adorno he's the executive director of the partnerships for rhode island that's the nonprofit organization by the way that paid for the fifty thousand dollar johns hopkins university study of providence public schools gave a scathing grade he asks how do you recruit employees and say we don't pay new yorker boston salaries and by the way you have to send your kids to private schools he said i moved here two and a half years ago donald said the people told me there were two towns to live in barrington east greenwich and he said we need to get past that there are only two towns with good schools here in rhode island providence he said has amazing restaurants around every corner has a talented workforce coming out of the universities but when companies sit down with prospective employees from beyond rhode island the state of the city's public schools becomes a big hurdle he says the partnership represents c._e._o.'s by the way from the states twelve largest companies and its mission is to improve public education workforce development infrastructure in business growth the john hopkins report of course which came out on tuesday concluded that providence schools are broken and just about every way from the poor quality of instruction to the violence in schools asked what he would tackle first jeered donal he pointed to the tangled lines of thority that even the simplest purchase order he called it a maze of bureaucracy and finger-pointing now the real reason rhode island should care about what happens in the city schools is because it's the right thing to do and that's what he had to say so this and they ponied up the fifty thousand bucks for this john hopkins university study and man it was even worse than i think people feared our attorney general is securing some refunds for those people who sold speculative hamilton tickets this is an effort to crack down on the.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Jeremy Bailey of the Burrillville town council speaks to I witness news. Just so many thousands of people who were trying to make the state do the right thing, and we've got the facts out. And fortunately, the fact spoke for themselves. The decision follows duh. Dozens of hearings over four years that have been held since the power plan was first proposed strong many residents coming out in full opposition during that time. Controversial new tax proposal in providence moves ahead, the Rhode Island Senate committee on housing in municipal government approving that Bill yesterday allows the city to put in place, a graduated homestead exemption setting up a full vote in the Senate next week. The nomination of Rhode Island public defender, Mary, macelroy, two-way, federal, judge seat moves forward committee on judiciary. Approves the nomination made by President Trump yesterday setting up a future vote of from the full Senate, this, the third time the committee has approved macelroy the previous two times for nomination was stalled Senate moving to reject President Trump's arm sales to Saudi Arabia several Republicans joining Dem's and approving a series of resolutions that now goes to the house, it's doubtful. However, the votes exist to override, an expected presidential veto while the New York Times reports President Trump approved military strikes against. Iran, but call them off at the last minute, like Crowley, help break that story yesterday, our understanding that this approval by President Trump followed a spirited debate among top officials in which officials including national security adviser, John Bolton and secretary of state. Mike Pompeo were pushing for some sort of a military response favor.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Americans consider fake news, bigger problem than termism do agree with those that finding only thirty seven percent of you said. Yes. While sixty three percent of you said, no, but you do think that big news is a big problem. Scott says, anybody can say anything that they want, but the media has moral obligation to print to broadcast and report the truth. But sadly, the media is more concerned with attracting readers and viewers and listeners, their moral obligation. Goes right down. The Flusher Greg says fake news is a form of terrorism. Stephen says, it's not so much about it being fake. It's the fact that the media has picked sides and I find that terrifying and pizza liberals are sheep, if they see it on TV. It's gotta be real. He said they the media completely dictate. How one is to think feel and react. It's very scary, and it's total terrorism. Today's poll question has to do with the events of this week. I it was speaking NC Pelosi in a closed-door meeting with other house members supported supposedly saying that she doesn't want to see the president peachy wants to see him in prison. Then yesterday President Trump in an interview at Normandy beach, he called the speaker of the house, nasty vindictive, a horrible person and labeled her nervous Nancy yet. The disaster relief Bill finally got through. So does that suggest to you? That real work is being accomplished despite all of this back and forth in this hot air, and bad feelings, you can let me know. Like onto NewsRadio r I dot com. Take that poll question. And if you wanna leave a comment, as so many did yesterday and we appreciate that hit to the Facebook page for the program. Seven minutes now past seven o'clock. All right. Locally Rhode Island Senate unanimously passed a statewide plastic bag ban. Here's Anita Buffoni from eyewitness news state wide plastic bag ban was sponsored by Senate president Dominic ridge in an effort to reduce plastic wastes environmentalists say. This is long overdue plastic dumbs.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"New England Governor Gina Raimondo asking for new talks now between care to England life span and Brown, whose medical school is affiliated with both hospital groups, life bans been an aggressive critic of the proposed merger warning, Rhode Islanders would wind up going to Boston for their, the Rhode Island Senate advancing, a Bill, that would allow the state to override local zoning laws pertaining to development on, former I ninety five land Senate president ratios legislation to create special districts for state owned land in the amount, twenty plus acres being passed by the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday expected. To get to a full Senate vote next week immigration Bill on its way to the Senate after passage by the house on Tuesday, the damn Bill seeking to protect dreamers young adults who were brought into the US illegally as children will likely die in the Republican led Senate President Trump tried to eliminate doc, you recall, but was blocked by the courts. Meanwhile, Trump Tuesday, while visiting the UK defenses threatened tariffs on Mexico, Mexico shouldn't allow millions of people to try and enter our country and they could stop it very quickly. And I think they will. And if they won't we're going to put tariffs on Trump's London agenda continues today in Alabama. The governor is considering avail there, that would require some sex offenders to submit to chemical castration lawmakers passed that Bill last week, it's now on his desk. The measure would force people convicted of sex crimes against children under thirteen to be given drugs that would significantly lower their testosterone is a condition of parole and a drag Queen story our at Rogers free library in Bristol tobacco. On library announcing yesterday they're confident and canal insurance safe environment for kids and their families effort. Previously said threats of protests and possible violence had cancel the event is radio nine twenty one zero four seven FM sports. Red sox. Get an eight three win in Kansas City that series continues. Tonight, Yankees four three losers in Toronto aimed to three tonight, north of the border patriots release tighted, Allston civilian Jenkins as they kick off three day mandatory minicamp Tuesday. He just signed a deal back. In April red hot PawSox, visit Lehigh valley tonight, six thirty five pre game start seven oh, five first pitch right here MBA finals resumed tonight. No, Kevin Durant. He's out as the Golden State Warriors host the Toronto. Raptors in game three non at a game apiece, ruins and blues game five that's series at two games apiece for the Stanley Cup final continues. Tomorrow night in Boston. Get news on demand. Twenty four seven News Radio dot com. Now, more.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The way I am that audio courtesy of eyewitness news. MCM officials said there has been improvement in that the complaints have declined since January when the company's contract started about two hundred abortion rights activists held a rally outside democratic fundraising event in providence. Thursday protesters near marinas Cuccia restaurant in federal hill organized by the women project asked Rhode Island, Senate president Dominic ridge to allow for a full Senate vote on a reproductive rights, Bill. The legislation was defeated by a five to four vote by the Senate Judiciary committee earlier this month Ribeiro said that he appointed a small working group this week to focus on the legislation. President Trump says he's not happy about the release of the so-called American Taliban from prison in my happy about it, and not even a little bit at the White House yesterday Trump said, if there was any way you could have kept John Walker. Lindh. Locked up. He would have Trump said, Lindh is still a threat. It what bothers me more than anything else is that here's a man who has not given up his proclamation of terror, and we have to let him out federal prison officials released Lind from an Indiana prison. He was the first US born detainee, and served seventeen years of a twenty years sentence for working with the Taliban President Trump meantime, is ordering the intelligence community to fully cooperate with the department of Justice investigation into the origins of the special counsel, probe. Trump said he is giving attorney general Bill bar complete authority to declassify information. Pertaining to the investigation bar has said he thinks spying was taking place against the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen British Prime Minister Theresa may says she's done all she can. And she'll resign, June seventh she was emotional when announcing her resignation this morning. With no ill-will, but with enormous and enduring.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kirby. Good afternoon. Our stories alert teenager is just been found guilty of the decaf occasion murder of his high school classmate. We're in the courtroom keeping year, a Mass General surgeon is free on bail charged with drunk driving accident and governor Baker pushes his Bill to make it easier to detain certain suspects the registry and our visa across the country are running in low gear this afternoon. Ben Parker will tell you. Why troubling news for supporters of the Bill in the Rhode Island Senate it would by federal abortion protections in state law? Smithfield Senator Steven Archibald seen as a swing vote on the judiciary committee says he'll vote against it. The panel tonight is taking up the Senate and house versions of the Bill and an Alabama the state Senate. There is expected. A vote on that country's this country's most restrictive abortion Bill yet, it would ban all abortion related procedures except to protect the mother or the fetus CBS's dri Duncan is among Gumri where the house pass this measure just days ago. Representative Terry Collins is the bill's sponsor the meal is meant to address Roe versus Wade at the issue that that decision was made out which was is the in the womb a person just last week Georgia became the sixth day to enact a heartbeat. Bill banning abortion after a heartbeat is detectable in the embryo, none of those states laws are currently in effect because they are facing extensive legal challenges. Some Alabama state senators say they are uncomfortable with the Bill as is because it does not include an exception for rape Google coming under fire by some forgiving free advertising to an anti abortion group corresponded. Lisa Carter with his story British newspaper. The guardian reports Google gave a one. One hundred fifty thousand dollar advertising grant in two thousand fifteen to the opium group and in twenty eleven gluco gave a thirty two thousand dollars grant to the group that runs clinics funded by Catholic organizations. Oprah group clinics are known as crisis pregnancy centers, the focus on counseling and information about attorney tips to abortion critics say the group's ads suggests it's clinics provide abortion services, but actually try to deter abortion minded women from ending their pregnancies. Google tells the guardian it gives advertising grants to groups on both sides of the abortion issue. Do you use what's app? What's app says it's quickly fixed. A vulnerability allowing mobile phones to be infected with sophisticated spy ware. The financial times says it was Isreaeli hackers behind it. CBS tech consultant Larry maggots says the male malware was found earlier this month. What's app is marketed as a secure communications tool, and it's used by human rights fact of ifs around the world. World as well. As other who have reason to want to have confidential communication. So some of the very people who are tracked into what fab are the most vulnerable when it comes to any type of spyware which raising concerns for human rights groups, especially those who operate in a thorough Teheran country. Facebook owns what's up, and it's encouraging users to get the updated software aren't Alexa, upgrades, its home security capabilities and correspondent elisa's e tells us Alexa guard is being rolled out nationwide. This is a free feature that lets an echo speaker. Listen for warning signs of impending danger. Alexa, will send out alerts if it senses sounds like breaking glass while a homeowner is away. It will also send out an alert of smoke alarm is going off. Additionally, Alexa, guard can learn a homeowner's habits like regular light usage and mimic that.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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03:39 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of Plainfield street. Run here. The stories we're working on today. The investigation continues after CCRI Warwick's campus was evacuated yesterday this came after a shell casing was found in a hallway of the main building Warwick police chief Colonel Rick rathburne tells eyewitness news. There's no reason to take any chances is a different world than it has been in the past. And we have to take he bunnies of caution. It's after a thorough. Sweep was conducted that included the help of firearms detecting dogs. It was determined that. It was safe to reenter the building CCRI. President Meagan Hughes says Tuesday's deadly shooting at the university of North Carolina. Charlotte was a factor in the decision to evacuate the entire campus. A former westerly man is being sentenced to twenty years in state prison for a nineteen ninety murder of an elderly woman. The state attorney general's office says David Roscoe was originally tried and found guilty in two thousand sixteen for. For the murder of Germain motion in her West Warwick apartment, but the conviction was overturned by the Rhode Island supreme court earlier this year, the office says now Roscoe pleaded guilty to one count of second degree murder yesterday. The Rhode Island Senate is approving a package of bills backed by labor unions that have already received house approval. The bills passed yesterday included several that would indefinitely extend contracts for police fire municipal employees and teachers, well, the Goshi nations are taking place. Governor Raimondo vetoed, a similar evergreen Bill in two thousand seventeen but reportedly she's leaning towards signing this version the other bills would mandate overtime pay for firefighters who averaged forty two hours a week or more attorney general Bill bar claims. He was surprised that special counsel. Robert Muller did not make a recommendation about obstruction of Justice. We did not understand exactly why the special counsel was not reaching a decision. And when we pressed him on it. He. He said that his team was still formulating the explanation during a Senate hearing yesterday bar said he's confident that he made the right decision. Not to pursue a broader investigation of obstruction. A teenage Guatemalan immigrant in federal custody is dead. In texas. The sixteen year old was under the supervision of the office of refugee resettlement within days of being taken to a shelter in Texas. He got sick. He died on Tuesday. No cause has been reported yet. The Federal Reserve is likely to keep interest rates steady for an extended period of time. Brian shook has those details. That's according to reserve chairman Jerome Powell who spoke to reporters Wednesday after the central bank's policy meeting that the fed doesn't see a strong case for a rate cut or hike Powell added the Federal Reserve feels comfortable with current policy, and there's not a strong case for moving in either direction. Brian shook NBC News Radio. The rabbi who was wounded in the San Diego synagogue suiting is headed to Washington. Rabbi Yisrael Goldstein will be a guest today. At the national day of prayer event at the White House. He received a personal invitation from the president NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM sports, Mitch Moreland and Christian Vasquez. Hit home runs to help power. The Red Sox to a seven to three win over the athletics at Fenway park. The Red Sox are in Chicago tonight to open a four game series with the White Sox. The Bruins will try to avoid falling into a three to one series whole tonight when they skate against the blue jackets in Columbus. It's the PawSox doubleheader this afternoon as they take on buffalo. Pre game coverage starts at noon on NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM. Get news on demand twenty four seven at NewsRadio RI dot com. Now, more of.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Experience. Ron hear the stories. We're working on today. The investigation continues after CCRI Warwick's campus was evacuated yesterday. Now this evacuation came after a shell casing was found in a hallway of the main building Warwick police chief Colonel Rick rathburne tells eyewitness news there's no reason to take any chances. Visit different world. It has been in the past. And we have to take caution. It's after a thorough. Sweep was conducted that included the help of firearms detecting dogs. It was determined that. It was safe to reenter the building CCRI. President Meagan Hughes says Tuesday's deadly shooting at the university of North Carolina. Charlotte was a factor in the decision to evacuate the entire campus. A former westerly man is being sentenced to twenty years in state prison for nineteen ninety murder of an elderly woman. The state attorney general's office says David Roscoe was originally tried and found guilty in two thousand sixteen for the murder. Her of Germain moosh on in her West Warwick apartment, but the conviction was overturned by the Rhode Island supreme court earlier this year, the office says now Roscoe pleaded guilty to one count of second degree murder yesterday. The Rhode Island Senate is approving a package of bills backed by labor unions that have already received house approval the bills passed yesterday included several that would indefinitely extend contracts for police fire municipal employees and teachers well, go she ations are taking place. Governor Raimondo vetoed, a similar evergreen Bill in two thousand seventeen but reportedly she's leaning towards signing this version the other bills would mandate overtime pay for firefighters who averaged forty two hours a week or more attorney general Bill bar claims. He was surprised that special counsel. Robert Muller did not make a recommendation about obstruction of Justice. We did not understand exactly why the special counsel was not reaching a decision and when we pressed him on and he said that. His team was still formulating the explanation during a Senate hearing yesterday bar said he's confident that he made the right decision. Not to pursue a broader investigation of obstruction. A teenage Guatemalan immigrant in federal custody is dead. In texas. The sixteen year old was under the supervision of the office of refugee resettlement within days of being taken to a shelter in Texas. He got sick. He died on Tuesday. No. 'cause it's been reported yet. The Federal Reserve is likely to keep interest rates steady for an extended period of time. Brian shook has those details. That's according to reserve chairman Jerome Powell who spoke to reporters Wednesday after the central bank's policy meeting that the fed doesn't see a strong case for a rate cut or hike Powell added the Federal Reserve feels comfortable with current policy, and there's not a strong case for moving in either direction. Brian shook NBC News Radio. The rabbi who was wounded in the San Diego synagogue shooting is headed to Washington. Rabbi Israel, Goldstein will be a guest today at the. The national day of prayer event at the White House. He received a personal invitation from the president NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM sports, Mitch Moreland and Christian Vasquez. Hit home runs to help power. The Red Sox to a seven to three win over the Knicks at Fenway park. The Red Sox are in Chicago tonight to open a four game series with the White Sox. The Bruins will try to avoid falling into a three to one series whole tonight when they skate against the blue jackets in Columbus. It's suppose doubleheader this afternoon as they take on buffalo. Pre game coverage starts at noon on NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven FM. Get news on demand twenty four seven at NewsRadio RI dot com. Now, more of.

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"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"rhode island senate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is the murder suspect? Police would not answer those questions but say they will have a news conference on Wednesday. After source is arraigned at step Machado from eyewitness news. Now yesterday was the first day of the trial for a former Rhode Island state Senator who's being criminally charged with video voyeurism prosecutors allege that nNcholas kettle sent nude photos of his girlfriend to a friend in New Hampshire in exchange for similar photos of the man's wife. Now, this individual Zachary Brennan, the friend was granted immunity in exchange for his testimony and was the first person to take the stand in Kent County. Superior court trial is indeed expected to continue today. So the plot thickens in that one as a the of the other key person in this trial was the guy sent the photos to now. This guy's been granted immunity to sing. Texting nine one one. Now an option here in the ocean. State officials announcing the launch of the service on Tuesday for anybody who was able to call if you can't call nine one one by phone apparently now, you can text the message being shared is to call nine one one if you can text if you can't ask calling it still the preferred method, of course, to call to contact due to it being faster and more efficient state lawmaker had introduced a Bill last month to establish the system noted that it had just been made available in neighboring Massachusetts. So that's a good thing should be a good thing as long as people don't misuse it. You know, another opportunity to get in touch with nine one one Patrick Anderson in today's Providence Journal says Roger Williams university professor June speak men won the democratic primary for a special election in the state house of representatives beating out former Bristol town council member Richard Rosario, speak men of Warren took seventy four percent of the vote beating him soundly seven hundred thirty three to two hundred and six. Three a key witness in this Nick kettle. Void video voyeurism trial. This case has been given immunity for testimony Tim white. From eyewitness news is covering that story. Former Republican state Senator nNcholas kettle of Coventry walking into Kent County superior court on day one of his video voyeurism trial. Prosecutors say he secretly took explicit photos of his then girlfriend and exchange them with Zachary. Brennan of Springfield, New Hampshire in return. Police say Brennan sent kettle pictures of his wife who was blind. According to testimony Brennan was never charged by court records indicate he may have been getting cold feet over testifying against kettle concerned. He could be charged himself in Rhode Island or New Hampshire on Monday. The presiding Justice of the superior court signed off on order granting Brennan, immunity, stating if he testifies he shall not be prosecuted or subjected to penalty or forfeiture, and shall not be incriminated in any other jurisdiction, but Brennan can be charged. If he commits perjury of. According to the filing. Another criminal case is hanging over kettle. He's also accused of extorting sex from a male page who worked in the Rhode Island Senate that case has not gone to trial yet a hearing is set for March first, and is Tim white. From eyewitness news. This story gets more gnarly by the minute, doesn't it? Man after I heard that one. So Zachary Brennan, the Providence Journal said he slumped at the witness stand is head on one hand, the other clutching a Red Sox cap Assi told of somebody he believed to be kettle sending him eight photos of a naked woman. He in turn recalled sending photos of his own naked wife, and you just heard Tim note that his wife is blind as well as treating photos of male genitalia his own in kettles kennel Twenty-eight last week, he rejected a plea argument. That would have spared him time in jail. Instead opting for a jury waived trial before Superior Court Judge Daniel Praca Cini kennel does face up to three years in prison on each of the ten video voyeurism counts. If convicted kennel was only nineteen years old, by the way, when he was elected back in two thousand ten became the youngest Senator in Rhode Island history when he took office in two thousand and eleven he resigned in the wake of these charges and via the video coverage of this, and you can see the snapshot of this individuals Zachary Brennan. Shitting on the witness stand. And I mean, the body English is unbelievable. He can't make eye contact with catalyst kinda holding his head down to to one side. What s Marmi smarmy situation? This. What is CBS news pull that came out? Good numbers for the president. This is CBS CBS pulled viewers, the President Trump state of the union address and seventy six percent approved while twenty four percent disapproved. Now, as is typical the viewership lean towards his own party, as you would imagine independence at a strong showing with thirty percent of yours identifying that way now as far as uniting the country goes only fifty six percent said that Trump's speech will accomplish that with thirty six percent, saying nothing's going to change that sentiment follows when asked if Trump and Nancy Pelosi will work together or not sixty three percents said they won't be any change at all as far as other topics. Seventy two percent favored what they heard about immigration while seventy four percent about topics in the Middle East. Seventy eight percent gave a thumbs up for the summit with North Korea. So this CBS underscore that against CBS poll says that most Americans did approve of the state of the union address. However, they don't think it's really going to stop anything from coming down in just ten days. Well tax filing season heavily underway. And you're going to notice a lot of differences as we hear from Susan Campbell. And I with this news one of the noticeable changes you'll see this tax season is the paperwork, the IRS eliminated, the ten forty easy and ten forty eight forms now, everyone will use this redesigned ten forty form. Much shorter form..

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