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Philadelphia police commissioner abruptly resigns
"Philadelphia police commissioner stepping down amid allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination on the police force mayor Jim Kenney city accepted Richard Ross's resignation Kenny as frequently praised Ross but he explained the new allegations of harassment as well as gender and racial discrimination of come to light among the rank and file of police force there can he noted that the allegations do not accuse the commissioner still considers Russ's resignation the right thing for the police department in the city of
"richard ross" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"So we're doing our coverage yesterday and I got to be honest I I kept turning my my column tell I'm telling my team and one they can verify this I'm telling you something's not right here I'm telling you that I suspect that there are people in that building there may be hostages now I did when we went to our coverage I did save some of that the John Irving go on my **** questions one line was not screaming that last night when the the only ma'am I was but I can't go I kept doing this I'm talking on the talk back and I'm saying they've got people in there I'm telling you I can tell and lo and behold I and I got to give all the credit I thought that commissioner was amazing Richard Ross junior in Philly it was far worse than anybody knew it was far more precarious than anybody knew far more dangerous for police that anybody knows frankly it's a miracle from heaven above and god that these six guys got shot they're all going to be okay according to every report and the fact that up until about nine thirty five at night what we're doing Hannity that those guys were one floor above where the main shooter was police officers with other traders in another criminals and they've apprehended with them and they finally got them out at nine forty I mean that's a miracle thank god and the sad part is I'm reading these reports as reporter Kaye Y. W. people taunting the cops will tell you about that next IBM traffic.
"richard ross" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Six but none gravely police commissioner Richard Ross junior says some officers and others were trapped inside the home briefly for hours the two police officers that were trapped upstairs as well is three prisoners and they were all taken out safely thus far however this mail still holed up inside here Ross says the suspect remains alive but apparently and convinced that he should surrender he says it's amazing that the situation has not been more tragic a friend of the Dayton Ohio mass shooter remains in custody pending a decision on his release authorities say either in Cali helped assemble the weapon used in the massacre calling is being held on an unrelated charge of lying on a fire arms registration form authorities say there's no evidence that he knew about the Dayton government's plans nine people were killed before police killed the shooter prison officials in California are investigating a riot involving some two hundred inmates at a prison in Monterey county from member station KQED in San Francisco Alex Helmick has the story staff at the correctional training facility and sold it at a minimum and medium security prison responded to the large scale fight by deploying chemical agents and shooting nonlethal weapon rounds but it wasn't until several warning shots from a rifle were fired that the fighting stopped no guards were injured eight inmates were taken to outside hospital some with puncture wounds all are in stable condition about fifty inmates were treated by the prison's medical personnel guards from two other onsite buildings and from another nearby state prison had to be called in several destinations including one from a deadly force review board our ongoing for NPR news on our stomach all major US stock indexes plunged about three percent today the Dow industrials tumbled eight hundred points as NPR Chris Arnold reports investors are worried about signs that the US trade tensions with China are slowing economic growth around the world one thing that's rattling investors is a warning light that's blinking and the bond market bear with me here but the yields on ten year treasuries fell below it two year treasuries which is unusual effect it's weird normally you get a bigger return when you invest in longer term treasuries but when investors get worried about the economy of the demand for bonds create this unusual situation economists call it an inverted yield curve and it can be a warning sign that a recession is coming on top of that mixed messages about trade terrorists are fueling uncertainty and their sluggish economic news from China and Europe the U. S. economy itself is still pretty strong but many investors are being more cautious and selling stocks Chris Arnold reporting this is NPR news the one refugee agency says time is running out for more than five hundred refugees and migrants stranded in the Mediterranean Sea Lisa schline reports that the two rescue vessels are still trying to find a European country that will let them doc Italy and Malta still refused to provide a safe haven for the refugees and migrants you in refugee spokesman Shelley actually says the situation is becoming increasingly desperate as conditions on board the vessels deteriorate and storm clouds gather rough seas are expected to intensify during the course of today and into tomorrow I mean really this is a question of how much we willing to turn a blind eye to the suffering of people who have fled war and violence those rescue to see our people from Somalia ever try and Sudan and include more than a hundred children Yaxley says there in urgent need of disembarkation for NPR news I'm Lisa schline in Geneva federal prosecutors say a C. on a woman charging a massive data breach of Capital One appears to have hacked more than thirty other organizations page Thompson was arrested late last month after the F. B. I. said she obtained personal information from more than one hundred million Capital One credit applications investigators say that servers found in Thompson's bedroom contain data that was stolen from more than thirty companies educational institutions.
"richard ross" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Commissioner Richard Ross called him multiple times is pick up the phone a couple times but he is not answer we've been trying to work with family to no avail chucks Iverson ABC news latest traffic and weather together a slowdown continues to a construction zone after an accident tonight it happened in northern Kentucky north bound seventy one seventy five approaching Burlington pike now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. job it's hardly cloudy skies a little patchy fog is possible toward daybreak and a morning low of sixty seven for our Thursday mostly sunny not as hot my high eighty two at night mainly clear less humid down to sixty three more pleasant weather coming up on our Friday from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred W. L. W. currently seventy nine Sharonville police officer cleared of any possible wrongdoing by the Hamilton County prosecutor Joe deters today after the officer shot the suspect in a hotel yesterday morning it was officer Sean Grogan who shot Dwayne Harrison in a Sharonville hotel hallway early Tuesday morning police initially got a call from a woman saying that her father was holding her against her will at about two thirty AM the prosecutor says that Harrison was leaving the hotel room and confronted police allegedly firing one shot first officer Grogan returned fire striking Harrison three times no one else was hurt and Harrison is now in stable condition at the hospital he's charged with multiple counts including attempted murder of a police officer that officer Grogan will not be charged I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW nobody heard when gunfire erupted at the concepts gentleman's club on arch in Lawrenceburg the gunmen reportedly arrested after driving away and crashing his vehicle still no sign of an employee of B. B. riverboat who fell into the Ohio River yesterday at the company's stock in Newport have you heard about the new Barbie what happens when you combine with Star Wars Barbies three collectible dolls with Barbie spends on princess lead Darth Vader and even harder to deal with the pre order the now on Amazon they're not she under Bucks apiece Mr chipping November eighteenth and they're already a hot item the top twenty on Amazon the most popular of the three the Darth Vader Barbie J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood here's a Reds update Cincinnati has lost four straight after falling to the nationals today in DC seventeen to seven red starter Trevor Bauer taking the loss Cincinnati returning home for a four game series against the cardinals perch first pitch tomorrow night seven ten on the home of the Reds your next update at eleven o'clock rob carpenter news radio seven hundred WLW Hey Alexis what's everyone's talking about getting seven hundred W. L. W. from I heart.
13 Philadelphia officers suspended "with intent to dismiss" for social media posts
"Thirteen officers suspended by the Philadelphia police department following an investigation into offensive and sometimes threatening Facebook posts Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross says some of the officers posts are cause for dismissal a second group of officers posted material that is not only offensive and unprotected what constitutes an act or continuing course of conduct which demonstrates that the officers have little or no regard with their position as police
Philadelphia Police Department, Richard Ross And Facebook discussed on Phil Valentine
"Thirteen officers suspended by the Philadelphia police department following an investigation into offensive and sometimes threatening Facebook posts Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross says some of the officers posts are cause for dismissal a second group of officers posted material that is not only offensive in unprotected what constitutes an act were continuing course of conduct which demonstrates that the officers have little or no regard with their position as police
"richard ross" Discussed on AP News
"NBA finals plus a few game shows. Helped ABC when the weeks ratings championship followed by NBC and CBS round the top three. Radio news. I'm timid wire Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross's, dozens of his officers are being investigated for what they allegedly posted on social media is point seventy two officers. Seventy two officers have been placed in administrative duty status as a result. The initial investigation his actions following national groups allegations of racist and anti Muslim post by officers in at least five states, the group spent some two years, scouring public Facebook pages of officers from Zona to Florida ho pick spent some eight hours in a private interview with the House Judiciary committee today. California Democrat, Ted lieu says President Trump's former communications director didn't ask to answer questions about her time in the White House. Where's your office located objection is ridiculous? There's no such thing, nudity committee chairman, New York, Democrat Jerrold, Nadler, says the immunity claims ridiculous, and they intend to destroy it in court a house subcommittee. Here's from supporters and opponents of reparations for descendants of slaves. Texas congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee is a sponsor of the Bill. Only this group that can. Singularly singly. Claim to have been slaves under the auspices, the institution, and leadership of the United States government author Coleman. Houston says the idea addresses the wrong needs black people don't need another apology. We need safer neighborhoods and better schools. We need a less punitive criminal Justice system. We need affordable healthcare, and none of these things can be achieved through.
At least 8 shot, 1 killed at Philadelphia graduation party
"Story shooting in the graduation party in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sunday night, according to local authorities, one victim is dead. At least one individual came up. We don't know if it was in a car on foot and fired multiple rounds. We know at least eight or nine or so right now, we believe we have eight people shot Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross junior. Authorities say the motive is
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"That's that was the only thing that we both just kind of locked away and both new way, but just didn't. Really. Yeah, with you, don't want to go back. Nobody wants to you. You're not saying, hey, I want to go back into hurt today. Right? Exactly. Sometimes you gotta you gotta deal with it fully. Yeah, or else it stays there? Exactly. Well, I'm just like, I know that that's going to even if it's not abortion. Sure. You know, it's something that we feel as though I can't come before God. I feel as if people knew this about me, what would they say exactly in? It's just saying God, Jesus died, absolutely. For all said for often the big the all of the exactly died once a key he to of it. Exactly. It has finished. Yes, done immense. Oh, well, thank you for sharing the close. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I was gonna ask you, your husband was still in the NFL win, Colin. Kaepernick needed. Right for. To bring attention to police brutality African-Americans, the states. Have you talked about what it would have been like? Had he still been in the NFL? Have you had those conversations? Oh, yeah, because my husband is also very much in tune with everything that's going on. And as a black woman, there is so much that we deal with, but there's another level for black men and even for me now as a mom of a young black boy, I see and feel that hurt for moms way more deeply than I did before because it's just quite natural before I was a daughter. I had never experienced what it's like to give birth to someone to love someone to see the potential in them to know what kind of person they are and for that person to be misjudged by the color of their skin. So you know, for Austin is very, it's it. It hits home and you know, you know, Ross for sure would have wanted to be a part of that protests than he would have. Taken a knee for sure with Colin Kaepernick and we have so much respect for what he has done. And you know, I just wish that we could take out all the other layers and just get down to what the heart of the issue is in. The matter is here is a tremendously courageous, young man who didn't do anything, but take a knee. What other form of protests can you do that? Is that almost subservient and unobstructed on obstructive or intrusive. It's just, you know, as shame that has been spun in so many ugly directions. But for us, it's all about how can we and what parts do we play in ensuring that the stuff just stops happening and that young black men get opportunities to go on and to be tried in a courtroom. That's where they need to be tried, you know, and not on the streets. In the instance, I feel some of the same feelings, you feel the differences? I've always been white. I don't have any sure background of what it means to be black in America, but being the mom to do black boys, it has been completely sobering over the past couple of years of fear. Yeah, of I, I live in fear alive for them run. One of my sons is Haitian, and so his skin darker there. And he has strap locks and he's just all my kids are beautiful because they are. Kitchen beautiful, but I do I. I have something that I'd never had before, of course had I don't ever have with my oldest son who logical of fear of them being judged by what they look like Ryan, it's scary. It's scary. It's very scary, scary. And you know, it's it. I wish it's assists funny because even as I was driving here, it's an hour drive down here. Jamie and my mom. 'cause I do a million things and my mom is like, what did you today at Ohio Tabata stuff? And you know, big part of it is for me is meeting new people having new experiences. And I think because I got to travel the world and I became a little bit more aware and conscious of different types of people it, I enjoy it. And so I was looking forward to coming down here in meeting you and and so I, I just wish that more people would do that, like you adopting a blah. I don't think everybody's adopt a black baby or a white baby or China. We don't need to do that. But if. Just in community..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"My excellent experience as well. And I tell you not Jay. And this is I know for sure, no one can ever tell me that God is not real. I literally felt the loving arms of Jesus wrap around me and hugged me like almost like he was physically there with me. I fell to him and he said, I forgive you like deep in my heart. Just I forgive you and it's like he forgave me before I even had the courage to ask him. I hadn't even been able to confront God. I hadn't even able to turn back and say, I'm sorry. 'cause I act like it didn't happen like just running away from that experience. And so it was such a huge Tony point in my life because I realized in that moment that I can't do life without God, I am just like everyone else. I will fall into sin. I can do anything that any of the man could do unless I constantly turned back to God and I invite him in on every part of my journey, you know? And so it was part of the one of the most amazing experiences of my life after how they one of the worst experiences of my life and then to kind of feel that whole experience for me because I didn't the. Relay comes through four days later. I didn't even want to run. I didn't want to get on the track. I was around the team. Of course. I'm anchor leg. Yeah, I'm still, I'm third, I'm still the best American. The next American in the race was I was only American that made the final. So I'm the best American investments. I'm the. I'm the anchor leg for this team and I'm telling you, I can't do it. I can't go back out that cannot do it. I am too broken. I cannot run and my mom is like, you will. You can do this. You will overcome this. You're fine. You can't do this year prepared, and so I get out there and I'll never forget. You still haven't told your coach, nobody not. I wrote the book. No, I didn't. I n he's like, oh, this makes sense. The whole world is that you make at least the people that follow the sport of new at the time how good I was. And so I get back on the track and for the first time I career and mind g the Olympics happen every four years, but we run worlds and all this stuff. So I'm running anchor leg for years and years and years. For the first time I career, I get the baton behind the Russian team and the rushing teams are really good team and deepened my spread like I am leaving Beijing with a gold medal. Like I knew I would. I came here, do I know what I'm capable of? And so I get to a ton in behind far behind. We're probably about fifteen minutes behind and this woman is good. Like the woman. She got faith in the four hundred. So I'm third, she, yeah, fifteen meter head start. Yeah, you know and only good people at the Olympics. That's absolute right. Let's be honest. Exactly. Anchor leg. Yeah, so she's victim fifteen years ahead of me. Close the gap a little bit, and then I settle and the last part of the race I come off the turn I'm still behind. I really don't pass onto the last fifteen minutes of the race coming around already on The the road road. code on the home stretch still, and I pulled out thinking, I'm going to pass right away and this woman finds another gear. And yeah, and I'm like, oh my gosh, but I don't lose focus. I keep my eyes on the finish line and like fifteen minutes ago I pass her and we win gold. And I feel like this is how much God loves us. He's willing to run us down. He's willing to get us the victory and it just kind of brought everything full circle to me that that's how much God cares about us is that he wants us to have the victory. God never wanted me to lose that gold medal. He's still wanted me to be victorious, but he did want to get my attention and he didn't want me to understand that I am not better than anybody else because I can run fast any of those things..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"We never said the words just kind of the silence and you know, and so and there was it played relation for a while. Like even when I was writing this book we had, we had like a real breakdown about this, and I realized that he was also carrying a lot of hurt and misconceptions and untrue st- that he carried because of the of this situation we went through two, so it was very healing for us to both go through this process of writing. And so I get on the plane and I am just broken. I'm broken. Like I feel like. You I crossed the line for myself that I never thought I would, and I do. I literally felt like unredeemable it's like, you know it. It felt like the right thing to do because I believe that this is what God wanted for me like everything point on next to be an Olympic champion. Like I when I was nine I had, I knew I was gonna be Olympic champion. I know God gives us our dreams and it's like, why would I be in this situation? And it was really hard for me as you can imagine. And so I guess the Beijing and for the first time, mine tire life. I don't feel like I'm just running seven other women. Women are running my own shame and disappointment, and just a burden and weight of it all was just too much. And so I ended up finishing third in that race and and I almost feel like a part of me like almost sabotage myself, like I felt like it was almost like my sorry, like I don't deserve the gold medal because I'm not. I'm not a champion anymore. I'm I'm this kinda scarred woman and so I'll never forget it. And I showed this in my book, I am broken. I am like bawling and I, it's so funny how people sometimes don't know where we don't know what we're going through. And at the time there was no social media, but I got all these emails because people saw me on the podium and I was literally balling and Pibor like your year, disgraced American ungrateful winner. You won the bronze where I you, and it was so much more than that, like I could be gracious in defeat, but it was way more than just down just been through. Yeah, I had been through an emotional loss, a spiritual loss. And now a physical loss and side is felt like my world was crushing down and so I get on the bus, so so so like I told you a deal. There's not there, right? My mom and sister are there my aunts and I had a lot of family there, but in my now, my mom, my sister knew no one else do my coach didn't know. Yeah, my mom's sister my best friends like they knew my dad didn't even know my dad had no for many years, and so they were all like, what happened to this girl? She's a mental case. I, how could she I? I should have won by fifty meters, not just one I should have buried them. Yeah, and so I learned forget I get on a bus because the option is to go to the village or to go see my family. I don't want to be in the village because I wasn't asking, you know. So I jumped on this bus and it's not a Olympic bus because it's not taken to the village. I'm on a public bus and I'm in the back and I'm still crying can barely even see through my eyes and I look around, I realize I don't think I'm going in the right direction so I get off the bus and now I am. It's like my internal turmoil is now I'm lost..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"So whenever the I I love football is my favorite sport to watch. NFL's on my favorite. Yeah, I'd rather watch college. Sure. They're like kids. We can say they're grown up course, but whenever the Super Bowl is on, they always do some kind of story on somebody. Yeah, you know what I mean? The best end. All of a sudden I'm like that show. I'm going for love that guy. They went out, they way man. I'm wearing with him. Exactly. Yeah. And you remember those things like I remember, you know, stories that they've done, you know, other guys over them? Yeah, nothing. That's what even for the Olympics. That's what a lot of people when they connect with us. It's because NBC took the time to come down and do all this stuff. Like a lot of people knew my store with my husband and that's why they phone love with me or whatever it was from Jamaica, or I love to this. I love to that. So I think it is important to add that color because we're all connected in some way. We all have something that makes a similar. So I tried it. That's the part that I love about. It is doing that research and making that person come to life because sometimes they're on the track for eleven seconds or fifty seconds. So how much can you know about that person in that time? So it's been really, really fun. Okay. So I also want to talk to you about this in your book. You talk about one of your lowest moments. Yeah, we've had about a bunch of high moments. Yeah, bunch of amazing things once in a lifetime. One person in the day. But you've also had some really low moment? Yes. So tell me about when your lowest moments. Yeah. So you know, it's really hard still sometimes minute shared this story. And when I was writing my book, I was very prayerful, I, you know, I was asking God, what can I do? What can I write about that will hopefully meet somebody right where they are. Allow me to be transparent and vulnerable enough to kind of get out of the way and to share something that I know it's hard for a lot of women especially to deal with. And so I literally wrote this chapter last 'cause I was I didn't want to share it. But when I named my book chasing grace, which happened throughout the process of writing it, I thought it'd be disingenuous to share about what grace looked like for me if I didn't share the moment in my life where I felt God's grace most profoundly. And so. In two thousand eight. I was having the most amazing season. I was undefeated and was headed to Beijing as the favorite to win gold. This professional season? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I turned pro our became professional in two thousand and end on four, four years. I haven't four years exactly. Technically three because two thousand five was my first year with five, six seventy s my fourth year and and I mean, I was just killing it doing great. And by before I was about to head to Beijing the week before maybe a month somewhere in that time I found out I was pregnant and. It literally felt like for me, it's like my whole life. I feel like you know a little white lie and all that stuff. I was like, you know, I'm just kind of living this amazing life and honoring God. And I never ever ever ever ever thought. I'd be in that situation where I would do something that I thought I would never ever ever do. And so the day before I boarded my flight to Beijing had an abortion can't heading to the Olympic. Yeah. Yeah, I literally and this is not an exaggeration. This is the truth. I have an abortion the day before I get on a flight to the Olympics, and I'm assuming the eirne. Yes, does he know? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, of course. So so my husband was actually we were, we were engaged at the time. We weren't married yet, and he was actually already gone away to training camp. He literally probably left three or four days prior to all this happening. He wasn't with me when I found out. And so I call him and I showed us in my book too because I think that sometimes the burden falls. Oh, heavily on women when two people involved. And because my husband's also Amana faith, I feel like he never, we never ever spoke about it..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Like in Beijing, it was crazy. They spent a lot of money. London was really nice. They're all really, really nice. Beijing was probably the craziest where they built like makeshift ponds and they make it like a community. So you have, we have where art warehousing is, which was like dorm setup, but nice dorms. And then we have where we eat hyg restaurants, and then they have shopping areas where you can get nailed the announced, dine like like just for the Olympia just for the Olympia, so we can get our do our laundry, like just think of it because we're there for a month. So they give us every all of the creature comforts that we need on the compound because of course there's tremendous security like you're to get mom and dad aren't just coming in and out like you have to register them as your. No, no, no. Everyone who comes in has to be registered before you surrender. Your passport is a big deal because of course stay with your husband. No hotel room someplace. Exactly exactly. No one comes in for the race maybe or is he the whole month? No, no, no. My husband actually only came to one Olympics because of football. He was there for two days. I just saw the final my family watching you on TV. Yeah, my husband, my first two Olympics it income. That's the third one he came to in the third one was a charm, so it's all good, but. And I always tell him, but yeah, no, it's it's. It's a place just for us. Okay, I got it. And so you know, we we live there. We do everything. They're the only the only sport that usually isn't. There is a men's basketball, the US men's basketball team, and usually because they're just so wildly popular that they just all these professional, you're a professional athlete to you, but you know what I mean? Yeah. NBA LeBron James imagine he won't be. He wouldn't be to make it from his room to any day. Yeah. So the men's basketball team and like usually it's like Serena, like some of the bigger bigger bigger, biggest stars in the world that they're playing. They're not going to be there. I did when Serena competed with Venus, they were there a few times we saw them, but for the most part, the biggest big like the peak huge stars aren't going to stay there just because I mean there's some countries who sent athletes who aren't technically professional athletes, so this for them, it's just like a fun trip, right? Like are going to find the Bronco get all they're going to do is fine. The spouse and take pig. So how coal is Serena Williams right now? Man? How how can you not low three in the morning? Can you not know how can you not? She's just she's incredible, and I'm fortunate to know her a little bit and to be able to talk to her every now and then and she's just a wonderful, wonderful human being into see her, bounce back from everything she's been through because I mean, her delivery was not easy. And you know, she shared her story and her and I talked about that as well. And so, yeah, I just think she's just a living superhero. Literally..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Time like this is you know, millions and millions of people watching. So they wanna make sure they have somewhere where they, we are, where they want us to be at these times and everything is running like clockwork. And so of course we get used to it after a while. So we're still doing a lot of us are still doing parts of our warm up in the back before we go out. So yeah, it's very intense. And you know, you're you're, it's funny because of course you're hoping then on that day you're better than your teammates. But then now when that's all done, and that's been decided, and you know, we sat on the podium however, that plays out now you're hoping your teammates are better than ever. You want them to be the best that they could be better than you on that day. You know, that's fine. And so it's an interesting dynamic and you learn that you know the better that they are is the better than I am. Right. And so you then in the relay you get a chance to appreciate their talent as opposed to be like, I hope she doesn't want her best best race today, which I think is a really cool thing that I learned as being a part of a team. And now that I've transitioned on doing businesses and stuff, it's like man, like I can see someone's. Potential and see what they bring to the table and really value that as a part of my team and not feel like, oh, it's kind of overshadowing me or whatever. It just makes me feel more empowered and helps me to want to be greater. I love that. I think I always say like everything's better together. Teamwork makes the dream work, man, you this, you know. And so when you do the four by four and you're a game really gets a feel like everyone I want you to bring your best Lutely. Absolutely. Did you what was the craziest thing that ever happened at Olympics. Well, okay. So not with you, but because it true the crazy things happen. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And it's so funny because I wasn't aware of all that the Olympic village, which by the way, I would describe the Olympic village other than what people are and what what we're alluding to, and we'll talk about too, is I like for me, that's almost the best part of the Olympics. For me the first day I walked to Olympic village. I'm like it feels like a utopia because think about it representatives from every country in the world. And then there is Jamie this feeling of hope and positivity that's almost palpable like you can just bite it, like everybody's there, everybody thinking they're going to win. So can you imagine that energy like it's like the ba- and then of course it kind of starts because people get injured and lose and it's like every country is the best of every country. And so that's the part that that's part I'll miss going to Olympic village and being around other anti Olympic village, which I'm picturing like a big. Open area where everyone hangs out, but I don't get it. No, no. So think about it more as like a dorm room. So what it is is where we live. Okay. So it's this huge and every every country goes a little bit different..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Yes, which I'll explain people who don't know it's it's a really for people. Each person wants one. That Brown, the track. Yep, four times four hundred. Are you also competing against your teammates in the. Yes, yes. But then those are your girls. Right. Tell me about that. It's Jamie's a very interesting dynamic that is a little bit hard to describe because it's it's it's on one hand when you're and we compete against each other. I right. So the. Yeah, exactly the individual vents are first, and so you know, in that case, I wanna beat them. You know, I want to be the best. I want to stay on top of the podium. Many times my teammates on the four by four. We don't train together so we don't have. We don't build that kind of long lasting commodity. Like we try and hear you trying to Baylor coach, CLYDE Hart for my entire career professional career and many of my teammates chain in California. So I did not know that then when you go try out 'cause we watched the Olympic trial, right? You try out and then they put together the four best when exactly is sometimes the first time you meet them or yo- racing. Most of these girls have been running into since we're fifteen sixteen seventeen years. Junior Olympic, absolutely. Where you and I could be Jay. I cite note g the junior Olympics when I when we went third, I was the only white. You're on the podium Rulli. So you meet the trials, and then do you train together before you go to London? No. Oh my gosh. So we don't train together and especially the four by one relay which of course shorter relay. It's it's a blind hand off. They need more chemistry. They go over early so training camp and they practice. Okay. The four by four is you know, is not a blind hand off, and many of us have been running the four by fours aren't doing our sleep. So we just go back to our regularly scheduled programs. Get back with our coach. We keep on training for the individual and then we get together. So we're thanks. Sure what leg you're going to run. Most of the times we do like before I four is pretty, it's pretty much like the person who the best is in a run anchor. Yeah, you always knew. I'm probably going to be anchor. Got up and then and then, yeah. So we always kind of knew there was there was a lot of politics and stuff in the four by four, four. I was a little bit different because they're much more evenly matched and you do have to have chemistry. So sometimes the best the fastest four don't have the best chemistry. So that's a different. Yeah. So this, the four by four kind of always just kind of easily panned out. And so we you talk about what the dynamic was like of of competing against these women and then competing with them. And so you think about the Olympics and you want to win, you know, like all of us have been training really hard. We're all supremely talented and there is that competitiveness that even though we are in the same dorms, I mean, we're not warming up together. We're not talking to you for doing our own thing in our zone, and then you go to the back and many people don't know this at the Olympics. You check in our before you race. So we warm up and then we're going through this check in process where in this location and you with these seven women this entire. Time and there's like it got the whole heat together. Exactly. Yeah. If they're in the Olympics. Yeah, finals around. There's only one, so we put, we went three rounds. Okay. So there's most what he says tons of, you know. Heats, and then it narrows down to three. And then the final one of course is one race. So I picture you with your headphones in zone. Exactly. You don't talk to end these are. These are are gonna run within a week together. So as your coach with you or your by no, by yourself in there by yourself, and this is so interesting to take going, you're going through the check in which is an hour hour long up. Yep, I'm thinking about your body. Yeah, exactly. Well, and it's only the Olympics does that. And of course, we, they have to write because this thing has to run because we're only..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"And if you're at the world championships, we have chaplains there and I don't know what it never known chaplains for the professional teachers, but I, I would never thought about. Okay. So a lot of times a mini, the chapel is that we have our athletes who you know are like, hey, this is important to us and they, they make it a priority to come and travel with us. I'm sure the USOC in USA truck and Phil, whichever Oranization funds their trip. I don't know if they're technically getting pay acidy that we want to give back exactly to them. So I'm at this event at this bible study and there's probably about thirty of my peers in the room and source ended my career and we're talking about all these different things. And I remember saying I, I can't remember exactly what led to this moment, but. I said something like, you know, wasted on my career. I've done out of done more. I wish I would have taken moments to to share with with some of my, you know, my teammates and colleagues and pray with them. And I kid you Jamie, at least ten people in that room said, wait, wait a minute. I remember once when I finished a race and I was down and you came over and you held my hand, you prayed with me and another team who ceremony you came to my room and you knocked on my door and I was like, oh my God, like, you know, because I try to be used by God and not force these things. I just when the moment was right, I did. I didn't do it for any other reason other than for what I thought God wanted me to do, and I brought me so it's, here's Scott thought, man, I have been allowing God's who use me and I have said those things where people will Email or text me after race instead man. Like I really appreciate you being a woman of faith and having the courage to say this or that. And it never felt like that to me because I was just doing what came naturally. So you know, it's been a good experience and I've never had any flack or negatively, to be honest where Where I. I felt like I wish I didn't say that, or I felt or not that I wish I didn't say it, but was that the right place to say that I've never really been? I've never really experienced that. I've been very fortunate because I think God has just covered me on my journey. Yeah. So when you're running the world? Yeah, I don't even know championships that meet addition is paying you. Yes. Perfect. Yep. So they'll pay you a prize money, and then of course you're spotlight. You get paid based on the pro the place she has. Yes, yeah. Okay. Only get paid based on what place you get, but your sponsor will also give you a bonus for that place you get, but it's a world championship or Olympic team. The USA t.f are US organization takes care of everything, so they get you there. They pay for accommodation, so there's no expense to you once you've made the team. And then of course your money's just based on your performance when you get there? I did not know that I knew sponsors, but I didn't know how so I'm sure job. Oh, yeah. Fulltime. Yeah, the full-time track and field athlete, and I was ninety two really good care of me. And then I was also fortunate on Olympic cycles to work with some really. Big brands like Coca Cola and BMW and BP and all these brands like this girl is winning gold medals. Yeah, yeah. So that that's how it works as well. Okay. Now when you're on the four by four?.
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Seven seconds. Wow. Okay. So let me just give you a little bit of my background as last time the Olympics were on which the Olympics were wear last. They were in Rio twenty sixty s so as every American we love watching the Olympics, right? So like I mean, I like Winter Olympics village, be real, like I really love the summer Olympics because I was I ran track in high school nine. That's where I'm getting. So I actually, you probably did this as well. Iran, did you? Did you ran retract when you were going to occur? Where'd you live? While I was born in Jamaica, and then we migrated to south Florida. So I lived in Pembroke pines and went to high school in Fort Lauderdale. So I lived in Florida for high school when I did summer track and all four in summer track. So our high school team had a small track team. I didn't. I wasn't a part of a big summer track club, so our high school kind is went under the same high school and they and we competed. Okay. So Saint Thomas Aquinas high, I love it. I ran for wings, which is in Houston, and I actually was telling the story to somebody today, someone tells you request. So when I was six grade, we moved to a new town. I go to school and I go out projecting right, and I'm white clearly. I mean, you know that I'm white and so I'd go out for the track team, whatever. And one of the girls at school says, hey, I have my dad's a coach attract. We run all summer. You wanna come and I was like, sure. So I go when my dad and I. We go up and everyone there is black except for I don't know like five people, right? So we go find the coach. He's like, hey, this is my daughter. Tamie she wants to run track. He's like, cool. You can go over there on the other side of the field. And he sent me to the race, walkers. So maybe did it? Yes, he did. Most people are legit job, so they move their hips ways. What happened and okay. So race walking, you have to have both feet on the ground, right? Yeah. So he sent him into the race, walkers while I'm like, okay, whatever. So go over there and they start telling me what to do and I'm like, I do not want to be a Walker. I wanna run run. So I had to kind of prove myself, and so I ended up back on the knee. And so when the Olympics come out, I always get up my medal Smith junior Olympics, wow. Wow, I because my mom framed them because when you're an eighth grade, that's what your mom does. Anything about these metals is that I have taken them with me to every single house. I am forty years old. Forty years old. I ran in the junior Olympics. I stopped ours in ninth grade, so we're talking these medals are, oh, I pull them out and show my my kids. I love it is the pews achievement. The junior Olympics is a big, do I ran fifty nine fastest knife in eighth grade. I peaked was That was done. done. To see we have more in common than you thought. We're both Olympians. But man, eight is a huge achievement. So you come grass, congrats. I really appreciate this really. Great. So do you still how old are you? I have to always think now, isn't that crazy? I am thirty three. Okay. Lady five. So how old were you when you ran in the last Olympics? That would have been, which was the last one London? Yes, smell. Awesome. Those twenty twelve. So that's six years. Yeah. So I was what? Twenty eight, I guess, right. Yeah. Something like that. Go with g. retire. Yes. I officially retired in two thousand sixteen. So after two thousand twelve, I have been running on a broken toe for like four or five years, like your toe was literally a broken, big toe, like it was really bad. I had to tape it for every practice every competition. It was really bad. So after twenty twelve Olympics, I decided finally have the surgery that the doctors had been recommending for me for years, and I had the surgery..
"richard ross" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Hey, Sam, you're welcome to the happy hour. Hey, Jamie, thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here. This is so great. Now I need to let you know if you think just like every news on the open. All right. Okay. I'm a little bit giddy. Okay. Because you're an Olympian, oh, you're far too kind. That's a really big deal. Thank you know it is right as most of his. I think when you live it and you've experienced that your entire life, it doesn't is not as big of a deal as when other people remind me of what a big deal it is, and I'm like, man, it really, it really was that. Awesome. And are there stats on how many Olympia NHS have ever been? You know what? Especially gold medallist. You know, it's so funny I was I event, and there was this really cool announce if I said his name, you'd know who he was, but I'm the worst with names and he said something like he said, a stat like you could fail like the Giants Stadium, ten times over and you still only potentially have won Olympic gold medalist. And I was like, what are the hamburgers? You know? But it's. Don't do that kind of research and I don't. I don't know exactly, but I know it's really rare to find Olympic gold medalist. I'm like, are you a four-time gold medallist I'ma four-time go Melissa and I have won bronze and I'm a multiple world champion. Maybe somewhere nine or thirteen. I'm like that world championship medals as well. Gold medals. Any ran track? Yes, the quarter and they had the quarter and the and the four by four. So we'll actually ran the two hundred as well cited mainly the sprints. The four hundred was my specialty. I ran the two hundred and rents engineer Olympics also and then the four by four relay. And that's where you won the gold? Yes, four by four. Did you win gold in the four hundred? Did you hold the world record at one time? So I I won the four hundred in London. I was bronze in Beijing, and I won the four by four relay with my teammates at the Athens Olympics Beijing and London. So thrilled ethics in a row, and I have the American records. Some the fastest Americans ever run the four hundred and I still hold that record. What's the time? Forty. Eight point..
Woman had C-section without anesthesia, lawsuit says
"Fair press whatever happened to honest reporting now. White, House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also weighed in about the characterization. A Thursday she was pressed by CNN's at Jim Acosta Sanders refused to distance, herself from the label pasta walked out. Of that briefing in protest we will bring that we will bring that to exchange. You right here on America's First News well a deluge of rain in Virginia's prompted evacuations. Below an overflowing dam the national weather service set up to six inches of rain fell within hours filling college lake near Lynchburg beyond capacity the failure of that dam could flood parts of Lynchburg with seventeen feet, of water in. Just seven minutes officials are reporting the. Dams imminent, failure at about nine thirty pm they. Were still looking for signs of structural damage early today as water spilled over the dam threatening about one hundred twenty four houses, at local fire and police are. 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Cages inside This is a bit of a, mystery to us All indications are is that One of the occupants of the house went. To let the dog, outside they. All came out you know so we're looking to see whether there. Was neglect involved right now we don't have. Any obvious signs of that I know, a lot of, people say Dogs with us. Napa to determine that somebody's personal business I know they're in horrible pain as you might imagine By the time the police got there. We we surmise that his show. Baby was already gone You know they they made a value Beginning to save. The baby under some, very difficult circumstances so Some very powerful animals charging. You Three other people were, in the house at the. Time but we're not injured authorities say it was the little boys and house police are reviewing whether any charges should be filed against the, homes residents just a tragic story and a woman is suing a southern California hospital because she says she. Underwent a cesarean section without anesthesia according, to the San Diego union Tribune the lawsuit claims an anesthesiologist didn't immediately answer pages at Tri city. Medical center in oceanside last November so the. Emergency operation was, performed without him the lawsuit says Delvina Motha was more than forty one weeks pregnant when she checked into. The hospital and delivery became urgent after. Staff couldn't detect fetal heart rate the lawsuit says the twenty six. Old passed out from the pain she did end. Up delivering a healthy baby girl. So good.
"richard ross" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Training we heard on thursday from the police commissioner in philadelphia richard ross who apologized to the two black man saying he initially re he regretted what he initially said which was at his officers had done nothing wrong here's his apology is me who in large part me most of the situation worse than it was and so for that you know it is my sincere apology to those two men and even to these officers and to the other people around this city who i've failed in variety of ways on this sensitive and the police commissioner richard roth sang also a shame on me jeff as you've written a book about these issues black and blue inside the divide between the police and black america what's your takeaway from what's happened in philadelphia and starbucks is responding well i think starbucks is ineffective in its response you know they're in a lot of discussions around dinner tables in homes across america about the incident you know millions of people have crossed across this country obviously go to starbucks black white latino all different backgrounds but in in black households are there times where you feel singled out for some reason in some establishments yes in clearly howard schultz as acknowledged that this was a problem took full responsibility now you have the police chief in philadelphia apologizing as well and even though starbucks has been affective handling the situation this is the type of incident that happens across the country that people of color often face and you know you talk to people around the country people that i've interviewed whether their community activists or even police chiefs until you have an open in.
"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy
"Washington state prosecutors in minneapolis now say no one will face criminal charges in connection with the overdose death of singer prints in two thousand sixteen the doctor who prescribed the musician pain medication will pay a civil penalty a friend of princess who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome ficials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of prince's cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why and someone should be held accountable for the fence and on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollar settlement with the federal government over charges armstrong defraud the us postal service which sponsored his cycle tain armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr the police commissioner of philadelphia's issuing an apology today after the arrest of two black men for trespassing at a city starbucks last week as joe hernandez from member station whyy reports the incident gained national attention was widely seen as an example of racial bias philadelphia police commissioner richard ross says he sorry for saying that officers did quote absolutely nothing wrong when they arrested rashawn nelson and dante robinson ross who is black says although the officers acted within the law both he and they didn't realize that starbucks routinely allows customers to hang out without making a purchase ross says the police department needs to do better and it starts at the top and that starts with me so messaging is important in failed miserably in this regard ross says the department is working on a new policy for handling trespassing calls for npr news i'm joe hernandez in philadelphia it's a boy a cry that's become all too familiar for.
"richard ross" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Of what he said i'm here to discuss the unfortunate incident that has been in the news about this great city an incident that i fully acknowledged that i played a significant role in making worse for starters should've said the officers acted within the scope of the law and not they didn't do anything wrong words very important while it is no excuse my lack of awareness of the starbucks business model played a role in my message while this is apparently well known fact with starbucks customers not everyone is aware that people spend long hours in starbucks and aren't necessarily expected to make a purchase i've had multiple discussions over the last few days and it is a unto say well known fact but a widespread belief that everyone knows that about starbucks hit until you that i did not and it is also a reasonable to believe that the officers didn't know it either as i spoken to a number of people who are not starbucks customers who are not aware i was under the belief that people want their and they spend hours and hours but that the expectation was that they bought something i i was not on the wear of not aware of that and so that is on me that was philadelphia police commissioner richard ross speaking today he also said there was a new policy to guide officers in similar situations the ceo of starbucks has described what happened as quote reprehensible the company has said it plans to close thousands of company owned stores next month for racial bias education the starbucks employees you call the police is no longer with the store.
"I failed miserably in that regard": Philadelphia police commissioner responds after week of controversy
"Forty three degrees good evening i'm jeff brown thanks for being with us tonight our top stories in the wbz newsroom two florida sheriff's deputies have been shot dead after investigators say someone fired at them through the window of a restaurant about a half hour outside of gainesville a federal appeals court upholds in junction preventing the trump administration from blocking public safety grants for socalled sanctuary cities former new york city mayor rudy giuliani is joining the legal team defending president trump in the russia investigation more on those stories coming up on the cbs evening news with jeff lord tonight at seven thirty here it right here at wbz a rutland man uses some wrestling moves he remembered from high school to fight off an attacking coyote brian hutchins tells wbz tv he was about out to take his chickens in last night when the animal surprised him i called anonymous for my coat off guard him over and then that's when i just blocking his kicks and trying to car my face and i just started stabbing him hutchins says he's okay but plans to check with his doctor to see if he needs to get a rabies shot a rhode island woman accused of funneling lottery scam money between the united states and jamaica loses her battle in federal court to have evidence suppressed melinda bulging unsuccessfully argued that her rights were violated when she was questioned by authorities in both countries the judge says ball john was confused about her rights americans meantime lost almost six million dollars during the scam and twentyseven so far have been indicted to black man arrested at a philadelphia starbucks get an apology from the city's police commissioner messaging is important and bill miserably philadelphia police commissioner richard ross said he should have used different words after he initially defended the way police handled the arrests of two black men at starbucks didn't do anything wrong probably is not the best language to use it wasn't the best landless ross said police are now developing a new policy to deal with similar situations rashawn nelson and dante robinson told abc news they need it orna make sure that this situation doesn't have aaron katersky abc news new york maintenance worker dies when a missouri television station tower collapses six workers were about one hundred feet off the ground when.
Massachusetts State Supreme Court, Cbs and Jamaica discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Was posted the morning after yarmouth police sergeant sean gannon was killed at the massachusetts state supreme court has ruled that prison officials can keep using dogs to search visitors for drugs even though the rollout of the policy was flawed tough day on wall street red numbers across the board the dow down by more than one hundred twenty five points a maintenance worker dies when a missouri television station tower collapses on top of him six workers were about one hundred feet off the ground replacing cross beams when that tower fell trapping him and five workers also suffering nonlifethreatening injuries missouri state university owns that tower the cause of the collapse now under investigation to black men arrested at a philadelphia starbucks get an apology from the city's police commissioner messaging is important feel miserably philadelphia police commissioner richard ross said he should have used different words after he initially defended the way police handled the arrests of two black men at starbucks didn't do anything wrong probably is not the best language to use it wasn't the best russ said police are now developing a new policy to deal with similar situations rashawn nelson and dante robinson told abc news they need it orna make sorta this situation does aaron katersky abc news new york rhode island woman accused of funneling lottery scam money between the united states and jamaica through her airline job loses her battle and fed federal court to have evidence suppressed melinda belgian unsuccessfully argued that her rights were violated when she was questioned by thirties in both countries the judge says belgian was confused about her rights americans lost almost six million dollars during the scam twentyseven have now been indicted money has always been a major matter in marriage but new data shows that in this case money in fact can buy you happiness origin family therapists came grouse as people with similar salaries to their partners also have a greater chance of staying together important because it makes the printing field equal in terms of what each person can bring to the marriage she says if one spouse has earning significantly less than the other they may not feel like an equal contributor affecting that person's sense of security but she says an inequality in earnings doesn't necessarily mean to more divorce people can contribute and other doesn't necessarily always have to be financial don aims for cb cbs news new orleans wbz news.
Starbucks arrests: Philadelphia police commissioner apologizes
"The ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now it's eleven twenty nine i'm bob mcclay here's our top story millions of acres across the state will be in critical fire danger conditions today red flag fire danger warnings will be up across the valley and in flagstaff and tucson chris coleman with the national weather service says the valley will see strong winds and humidity as low as five percent easily to thirty thirty five miles per hour across the phoenix area higher wins in the high country goldman says the valley could see blowing dust this afternoon philadelphia police commissioner richard ross in a briefing today apologized to the two men who are arrested at a starbucks in the city ross saying he failed miserably in the messaging around the arrest the men were arrested as they were waiting for someone at a starbucks after the incident ross had said officers on scene follow policy and did absolutely nothing wrong today he said i should have said that the officers acted within the scope of the law and not that they didn't do anything wrong the commission you're saying he was not aware of the starbucks policy of letting people spend a lot of time in their stores without being expected to buy anything and saying it was reasonable to believe the officers didn't know either while this is apparently a well known fact with starbucks customers not everyone is aware that people spend long hours in starbucks in aren't necessarily expected to make a purchase ross says there's a new policy in place for dealing with similar situations in the future southwest airlines sought more time to inspect fan blades like the one that snapped off during one of its flights and caused an engine break up the left a passenger dead the airline opposed the recommendation by the engine manufacturer to require ultrasonic inspections of certain fan blades within twelve months the airline said it needed more time to conduct the inspections a top democrat says she's just saying no to mike pompeo not the confirmed as secretary of state house minority leader nancy pelosi some republicans including kentucky senator rand paul also aren't on board with pompeo now for a check on traffic here's dani sullivan live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center make way for.
Cohen drops libel suits against BuzzFeed, Fusion GPS
"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh president donald trump's personal attorney michael cohen is dropping his libel lawsuits against buzzfeed news and fusion gps over the socalled steele dossier npr's tamra keith reports this comes as cohen is under federal investigation cohen filed suit after buzzfeed published the steele dossier which detailed possible connections between the trump organization and russia it was produced by the opposition research firm fusion gps and paid for in part by democrats a lawyer for cohen says the decision to voluntarily discontinued the cases was necessary given the events that have unfolded and the time attention and resources needed for those matters fusion gps in a statement said the suit had been meritless and quote with his decision it appears that mr cohen can now focus on his many other legal travails a spokesman for buzzfeed's suggested that dropping the suit means cohen no longer thanks and attack on the free press is worth his time tamra keith npr news bizarre governor eric reitman's legal team suffers a legal setback in its defense against a charge of criminal invasion of privacy today in saint louis judge rex burleson rejected the republican governors bid to dismiss the indictment last week right insz team filed a motion to have the case tossed accusing circuit attorney kim gardner who's a democrat of trying to hide video evidence favorable to the governor's case grinds admits he had an affair but he denies he blackmailed or was physically abusive of his ex mistress one week after video of the arrest of two black men at philadelphia starbucks went viral the city's police commissioner is now apologizing to the men saying he failed miserably in messaging richard ross had initially said the officers did nothing wrong but now says he made is worse npr's amy held reports the tomb.
Poll: Americans find Comey more trustworthy than Trump
"More on tonight's special abc news interview with former fbi chief james comey the white house branding him a liar and a leaker abc's george stephanopoulos on the lying thing i think that's going to be might be a tough road for the white house our poll which shows that more americans find the change call me has more credibility than president trump and i think that one of the things we've seen with these discussions of his encounters with the president there's a huge disconnect between what the president says about those meetings with james komi says about this meeting zona media tour to promote his book a higher loyalty a large national study says adult shoot average no more than one alcoholic drink per day and that means drinking guidelines in many countries may be far too loose the study found that people who down more than seven drinks a week can expect to die sooner than those who drink less the british heart foundation partly funded the study the mayor of philadelphia is asking a city commission to review starbucks policies after this starbucks customer posted video that went viral showing two black men being handcuffed while others around them wondering why philadelphia police commissioner richard ross defended the arrests these officers didn't absolutely nothing wrong police say a starbucks worker felt the men were trespassing after social media outcry accusing starbucks have being racist the coffee giant apologized montereau there abc news is abc news a good night's sleep starts with the right.
"richard ross" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
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Starbucks chief executive apologizes for arrests of two black men
"The mayor of philadelphia is asking a city commission to review starbucks policies that after the controversial arrest of two black men in the location a starbucks customer posted video that went viral showing two black men being handcuffed while others around them wondering why philadelphia police commissioner richard ross defended the arrests these officers did absolutely nothing police say a starbucks worker felt the men were trespassing after our social media outcry accusing starbucks of being racist the coffee giant apologized montereau avera abc news farm in indiana has recalled millions of eggs all due to a possible health risks based rose acre farm says about two hundred million of its eggs are not so incredible they're being recalled due to a risk of salmonella contamination the food and drug administration says twenty two illnesses have been reported so far the eggs originated from a.