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"spd" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"For services, SPD is not yet a stand-alone disorder based on the DSM. So I want to play a little game with you, but it's not going to be that fun. It might be fun. I don't know. I liked it. Game is an oversell. I want to say things that I hear from parents a lot in terms of them describing their kids behavior. And I'd love to hear from your OT sensory perspective. What might be going on that doesn't kind of immediately meet the eye. I am telling my 5 year old, sit, you only have to write a few more letters, four school, sit right and they are. Asking about the song playing. And they are looking at what my husband's cooking for dinner. And they are not listening and not focusing and that they are not being respectful. They are not listening. They are not focusing they are not being respectful and they're not doing the very simple thing that I know they can do. I love this example. Okay, so how I so I take a behavior usually and I separate it in two categories. Sensory driven behaviors or not sensory driven behaviors. And for this topic, we're just going to, I'm just going to brain dump all of the sensory related ways it could contribute. But please know everyone listening, there could be a lot of other umbrella of things going on there with mental health perspective, connecting the parents, all of those things. But let's say all of the sensory things that could be going on in this child. So you ask them to sit down at the table and finish writing, maybe they have already been sitting for 15 minutes, writing two or three sentences. So if their brain has a high threshold for vestibular input and movement. Well, wow, you lost this stipular. I'm sorry. Sorry, sorry, sorry. Take it back. Take it back. I like it..
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"spd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The FDP might find it easier to tie in with the CDU and CSU So where on earth does that leave us in coalition talks And that is the heart of the matter right there You have these two smaller parties both of which at this point are needed in order to form a majority in the bundestag and their preferred partner one wants to say to you one wants the SPD So who ultimately wins out there The fact that they're going to have these initial talks with one another suggests that they're going to try to find some of that common ground You may remember that four years ago when America was trying to form her government she actually tried to get the greens and the FTP into government with her before she ultimately ended up in another government with the social Democrats And in that particular instance the greens and FTP they couldn't agree and that option was blown up So they seem to both want to be in government this time around I think that they feel that after not going into government in the four years ago that their voters really are expecting them to be part of the next government So they're going to have to somehow try to find common ground on issues that they care about in order to then move forward with potential discussions with either the SPD or the CDU And just briefly Chad what do you think that the election means in terms of tax and spending What do investors have to think about And also about the climate agenda because that came to the fore in campaigning The climate agenda is at the top of mind for Germans And so whoever is in government you definitely are going to see that push forward The greens will most likely be in any government and this is their absolute number one priority The FDP they are fiscally conservative They want to rein in the budgets once again And if they are in the government they will fight to have the finance ministry so you're likely to see fiscal restraint in the next government That's a good to speak to you really good to get your perspective Almost joining us with the latest on the German electoral picture Yeah well let's move on from the election in Germany to the fuel shortages here in the UK the government taking emergency measures to try to resolve the crisis You can not be unaware of it They're given the amount of presses out over the weekend Britain will temporarily drop a competition rules to allow.
Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
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Oversight Committee Calls for Firing of Seattle Officers Who Attended Trump Rally
"To fire the Seattle officers that were involved in the riots that had occurred on the sixth of January. Como talks to one of the community leaders responding and says today we were set back as chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Advisory Council. I try to bridge the gap between the community and SPD. Victoria Beach says. This gap Might start getting wider. I like this lady. I watched this clip earlier and she's right. Listen, I'm outraged Beach says she's concerned. The Office of Police Accountabilities findings will give more fuel to the critics. Now, everybody who is defund and anti police that Here's one for them and the only way to regain trust and credibility with the community. They need to be fired. That's what Opa is recommending, as well for the two SPD officers who were spotted in an off limits area while rioters stormed the Capitol in Washington, D. C. And they lied. Those two Officers live. It puts, uh, interim chief Adrian D. As in a conundrum, you know? Does he go against Opas Fighting? Community activist Frank Kerrigan says he will continue to support Seattle police. A majority of them are very good officers are committed to community policing. But Irigoyen also says that the two officers are not fired. Now on the type of message he'll send again is that it's business as usual with the Seattle Police Department. That, Uh, police officers like these two can do No wrong. Yeah, See, That's the tough spot right? Because you don't want to
"spd" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The CPC demands that SPD transparently and aggressively addressed extremism within its ranks. Yeah, Okay. And what is that? What does that mean? Extremism? White supremacy. Right. So what you do is you get Merrick Garland, saying that this was the greatest threat to our democracy. This is the guy that also convicted Timothy McVeigh. So with what 168 people died, A lot of them are under the age of five right? That was but Merrick Garland, describing a bunch of people running in there and taking selfies and smashing windows is the greatest threat. To our democracy. If our democracy can be so easily threatened by a bunch of drunk people taking selfies we don't have much of a democracy. An insurrection is an organized attempt by a group of people to defeat their government or take control of their country by unusual violence. Is that what they did? I think that's what many of them were trying to do. I don't know that they have the numbers. They What did you watch them bust into that cap? Yes. And then what? Very violent. Well, I don't know that they had a plan. I don't know that they had a plan. You have to have an organized plan. Insurrection works. You go in there. I mean, if you have to get one authority action this What's that, Tom? You can have incompetent insurrections. Okay, There's a riot. It's a riot. It's a bunch of people that got in there. Put their feet up on Nancy Pelosi says, Hey, look at me. I mean, really, that's and these people are taking over our democracy. If that group of people the 200 or 300 or 800 that were in there, right, I think they Have gone after 400 this point. If those people were able to take over our democracy, we don't have much of one. So it's not an insurrection, and by the way, Seattle Times the officer was not killed. They're buying sick. Nick did not die there. As you said he was not assaulted and died. He died two days later from a stroke. They had nothing to do with bear spray. Just a little correction for Seattle times. This is not an insurrection. It's a riot. And the actions we're having over the definition, whether it's a riot organs because they, Tom, but you have to do is you have to say this is it? This is white supremacists. Donald Trump Horrible people. Uh, extremist? Yes. You tie them all together, Extremist. You tie them all together, and then you say you have extremists inside your police department. And the extremists excite your Police department are part of the white supremacists. They were part of Donald Trump and part of all of those people Let me finish. Then you can stop interrupting me. All of those people are part of the white supremacist trying to take over the country, so therefore we need to educate everybody that everyone is under constant threat because of the white supremacist that want to destroy democracy. Which is total and absolute garbage. What they were trying to stop the legal counting the ballots to assert what Joe Biden did indeed win the election, and they were trying to disrupt that, because, after all, remember the name of the rally, which was legal, but not necessarily smart, called, stop the steal. Their contention was that the election was and had been stolen, and they were trying to disrupt the legal Democratic counting to verify and assert the election of Joe Biden. That's what constitutes an insurrection there an effort at trying to stop that. I have no doubt at all that there that there were many in that group who believed that that's what they were going to do. They didn't have the organization required. And remember that same day here in our state. We had a very similar group, but much smaller that stormed our governor's mansion and I can tell you from list. Saying to what they said that many of them also had that same goal, but they wanted And they did that because they listen to things that came out of our former president's mouth, Whether that's what he meant. You know you can debate that all day long, but that's how many people took it. Right. I think the greatest disgraceful point of January six Was the fact and I don't know where he was. But people have been trying to buy it. Or where was the president of the United States? I'm not capital was being rioted and ransacked by a bunch of drunken numbskull. Idiots. Why didn't the president who had so much power? Get on television or fly over in a helicopter or do something and stop it? Stop it. Be a man. Have character, be a leader and stand up and say, You know what? Stop this now not Most people think he didn't want to know that he did it on purpose, said there and watch it on CNN. He loved it. He loved it. He loved it. That's what I'm assuming He.
Police search for shooting suspect after man killed at church in Seattle's Rainier Valley
"In a deadly shooting inside a South Seattle church that happened inside the Emerald City Bible Fellowship on Rainer Avenue. And tonight we're learning the conversation had nothing to do with the church. Here's couples, Jonathan Show with this operation Crime and Justice Update. Has happened, so we ran it right around here. He could see Churches, the blood there. Lund there in a sanctuary usually reserved for praise and worship that someone coming in to try to figure how to clean this up head Pastor Harvey Drake is now trying to navigate what's left of a bloody crime scene inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship. The short of it is, is that someone end up Didn't kill, investigators say. On Wednesday afternoon, a man with a gun walked into a meeting inside the church. There was a discussion between the victim and the suspect, at which point the suspect, then pulled out a gun. Fatally shooting the victim with the motive still remains unclear. And right now SPD is not releasing the name of the suspect or the victim on Lee Shake. Investigators are still looking for the shooter, not a church gathering was that a church member of is an outside group that we allowed to use our building? That group is community passageways, a nonprofit that rents office space at the church and helps at risk youth. And young adults stay out of trouble. CEO and founder Dominique Davis would not answer any of our questions. But a spokesperson did sent us a statement that reads in part, community passageways is deeply saddened by the horrific incident. As an organization. We are constantly reviewing our procedures and evaluating our protocols in order to get in. You have to ring the bell. Somebody had to let you in. Pastor Drake says Emerald City's doors are always locked, but someone with passageways leading the shooter and now Drake, he's also reevaluating his own churches. Security protocols because we want everybody who Enter this building to feel safe at all times from Seattle, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News and Pastor Drake says all
Six Seattle police officers at Washington DC Capitol riot being investigated whilst their identity remains under wraps
"The identities of six seattle police officers who attended a pro-trump rally january sixth remain under wraps that's according to today's ruling from the washington state court of appeals. Kyw's emmy radio reports seattle's office of police. Accountability is investigating whether the six officers broke any laws or policies when they attended president trump. Stop the steel rally in washington. Dc the officers say they did not participate in storming the us capitol building. They argue that releasing their names will harm their privacy safety and constitutional rates. A law student has sought the officers names saying not knowing them erodes public trust in the department. The court says it's not clear how knowing officers names would resolve any cloud of controversy when the investigation is still ongoing. The appeals court scheduled. A hearing in the case for april second. Amy radel k. u. o. w.
Records ID’ing Seattle officers who attended Washington, D.C. rally can be released — but not yet
"Officers who attended the January 6th rally that led to the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Even though the judge has ruled that those names can be made public coma Score one. Hank has that update Last month, a temporary injunction prevented the city of Seattle from naming the officers who attended the Washington D. C Rally Co. Moh news is among the parties seeking the name's via public records request. Members of the public, including Victoria Beach with the SPD African American Community Advisory Council also want to know their names. I just feel like if you went you're guilty You broke the law now, though, the scandal Times reports King County Superior Court Judge Sandra Woodland has denied those officers request for a permanent injunction ruling. The officer's actions in this case were public. Still, the names remain secret. For now. Judge Woodland has extended the temporary injunction another seven days to allow the officers to appeal her ruling. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news
Seattle City Council considers cutting SPD budget by more than $5M
"The state of public safety in Seattle is the City Council. Consider stripping $5.5 Million from the SPD s budget is in a staffing. This is Deputy Mayor Mike Fong, not sugar coating the situation for the council's Public safety committee as it looks to shift that $5.5 million away from SPD to invest in the participatory budgeting process for a re imagining of public safety in the city. The problem more than 200 officers having separated The department of the last 13 months, and Fong says that's led to a historic shortage of cops and increasing 911 response times now hovering at around eight minutes, which among other things, was the city at risk with the consent decree. It's car radios Hannah Scott on Tuesday, the
Court blocks release of records about Seattle cops in Washington, DC on Jan. 6
"Ruling is temporarily stopped the city of Seattle from naming six SPD officers who attended that Trump rally that preceded the U. S Capitol attack go most, Corwin Hank explains. The officers requested and were granted a temporary injunction to prevent the city from releasing their names in response to a public records request filed by Cuomo News and others. Geneva. Taylor with the Office of Police Accountability, says SPD has suspended at least two of those officers but otherwise is tight lipped. I can tell you is that it is being investigated. The officer's attorney says. None were involved in the Capitol attack. The Seattle Times reports. The restraining order is good until a second hearing on March 10th. That's when a King County Superior Court judge will decide whether to lift the injunction or make it permanent.
Court blocks release of records about Seattle cops in Washington, DC on Jan. 6
"Has temporarily stopped the city of Seattle from naming six SPD officers who attended a Trump rally The day of the U. S Capitol attack more from Cuomo's core one take the officers requested and were granted a temporary injunction to prevent the city from releasing their names in response to a public records request filed by Cuomo News and others. Geneva. Taylor with the Office of Police Accountability, says SPD has suspended at least two of those officers but otherwise is tight lipped. I can tell you is that it is being investigated. The officer's attorney says. None were involved in the Capitol attack. The Seattle Times reports. The restraining order is good until a second hearing on March 10th. That's when the King County Superior Court judge will decide whether to lift the injunction or make it permanent.
Officers fatally shoot man armed with knife near Seattle Waterfront
"Has been another fatal Seattle police shooting. We go to Chi radios Hannah Scott. Massive police presence down by the waterfront overnight after this incident that started when the port of Seattle police called SPD for backup about a man in crisis. Armed with a kitchen knife out Alaskan way and Senate history. She had a police officer Valerie Carson, doing a late night press conference. Mrs arrived. The band who had reportedly cut himself led down Alaskan way. Police approached the man and attempted to use and left legal tool. But the device was ineffective Man moved toward officers who fired fatally striking the man's involved. Officers will be placed on paid administrative leave in importance with SPD policy while the investigation is ongoing. And for policy, the department will re releasing video of the incident within 72 hours, Carson offering few details. Mari Salsbury with converge media lives nearby, and he quickly made it to that late night press conference, Ma'am. I was contacted by eyewitness lives in that building there, and they said that when, uh Police contacted that the suspect here that his hands were up in the air, and then he was taking a step back and what his hands in the air. He turned around, and at that time he was engaged with lethal force. Yeah, this is I wouldn't it from the building there. But do you have any specifics on that was his hands in there. I don't have any of the information at this time. However, if they're already witnesses, would you ask them to reach out to the SPD Force Investigation Top investigation team they can call the tip line They are investigating and would like to speak with as many witnesses as possible.
Seattle cops shoot, kill person who fired at them
"To last night's fatal officer involved shooting in the central district describe a terrifying scene. Seattle Police say they shot a man after he raised his gun and opened fire. Police were responding to a shooting call. They found two women, one dead, The other critically injured Como's Michelle Esteban has the latest neighbors. Tell me Was a terrifying scene for them. They actually heard gunshots. They saw the alleged gunman waving the gun walking around in circles and shouting that happened on the grounds of the North West African American Museum. Police found the two women in a parked car in the parking lot of the museum. They believe all three are known to one another. SPD said. Officers encounter that alleged gunman from the parking lot entrance as they approach they heard gunfire and said he raised that gun and opened fire. Now we believe multiple officers returned fire. The man has pronounced it The scene. Neighbors clearly shaken. Well, it's been hard. I mean, you know, because we're reading now we're reading about it, and people are calling us and everybody knows we live right here and it's just been. It's emotional. It's hard because I felt so sorry for him. I don't know what you do with somebody when they're coming at you shoot, you know, I mean, it's it's really sad. One neighbor said the man could be heard repeatedly shouting, It's over. This has to end and waving that gun. That man has not been identified. People in the area tell me they do know him. Those officers involved now on paid administrative leave. As for that 22 year old woman, the one I was in the hospital critically injured, she's been upgraded to satisfactory condition. Michelle Esteban Commons, Little
Seattle Police aware of possible illegal street racing event in Seattle this weekend
"See. Seattle Police say they're hearing about plans for an illegal street racing event in the city this weekend. The SPD says officers will be detailed to road safety enforcement. This comes as a as a Tacoma officer who responded to an illegal street racing incident is being investigated. Come on. Please say the cop hit two people after a crowd sworn his patrol car and attacked
Seattle PD Now Admits Five Seattle Cops Attended Trump's Insurrection Rally
"Says more Seattle police officers than originally believed attended the January 6th, the U. S Capitol rally that turned into an attack almost Corwin Haig has more just two days after the attack. Interim Seattle police chief Adrian De as acknowledge two of his officers had been in D C at the time and that both had been suspended pending an investigation. Now NPR is reporting five off duty SPD officers were there, although it is unclear if any, broke the law or participated in the attack. All I can tell you is that it is being investigated. GENEVA Taylor with the Seattle Office of Police Accountability won't comment further. But Victoria Beach is unrestrained if you went your guilty beaches, a longtime member of SPD s African American Community Advisory Council guilty even if you didn't go into Capital. If you cross that barrier that was put up, you broke the long in a statement, Chief DS said he would immediately terminate any SPD officer directly involved in the U. S. Capitol attack.
Seattle police chief vows to be tougher on rioters after some crimes not prosecuted
"A small, peaceful protest in Seattle on Saturday and the one that left the path of destruction Wednesday and it's because of the damage that interim police chief Adrian DS says SPD will now arrest people bent on destruction go most Nick Pompom has more. It appears, according to interim police chief Adrian Ds that the city is going to be cracking down on future protests. If any type of destruction were to take place. Now, the protest was relatively peaceful. They marched through the streets of downtown Seattle for part of the afternoon. But according to D, as he says the city attorney will be prosecuting protesters that decide to break windows or vandalized the city during future protests. This announcement comes following the demonstration Wednesday night. Where windows were broken and other vandalism took plates,
Seattle Police Department investigating 5 officers for attending Jan. 6 rally in Washington DC
"More seattle. Police officers are now admitting to attending the rally in washington. Dc that led to insurrection of the us capital k. o. w.'s. Amy radel reports the seattle police department. Says it's now investigating total of five officers for attending the rally. The investigation will determine whether they broke laws or violated. Spd policies at a meeting wednesday of the city's community police commission spd officer mark mullins black and a member of the commission said these allegations affect his trust in his own colleagues outwardly. To guard ourselves against people who mean to harm meaning whites permit and things of that nature is unsettling to think that someone might be dying. You backing you up. That's doing that as well. Commissioner said they're committed to probing issues of racial bias and right wing extremism within as
Reports: Seattle police violated policies at summer protests
"Agency say a Seattle police officer who threw a tear gas canister that hit a reporter And other officers it through blast balls that hidden individuals during last summer's black lives matter. Protests violated policies. The Office of Police Accountability received more than 19,000 complaints. But SPD says so far no officers have been disciplined. Donald
Seattle Police Prepare To Protect Potential Targets in the City Ahead of the Presidential Inauguration
"State state capitals capitals to to be be prepared prepared for for possible possible violent violent protests. protests. Almost Almost Tammy Tammy would would toss toss a a spoke spoke with Seattle Police Sergeant Randy Who's serik about the plan to protect what they're calling softer targets. The FBI and Seattle police say they don't have any specific threats to any buildings around the city and state, but they are keeping a close eye on the other places that could be potential targets. For example, government buildings, landmarks, public transit, airports and ports are among places that will be watched to SPD says they'll have patrols patrols as as usual usual heading heading into into Inauguration Inauguration Day, Day, and and we'll we'll make make resource resource is is available available if if they they get get any any intelligence intelligence about about potential potential threats threats in in the the area. area. Any Any government government facility facility whether it's you know, City County state or or or federal That would be a potential target. We're going to pay extra attention to hear over and over the next week to 10 days to ensure everyone's safety King and Pierce County Sheriff's Department also tell me they're working with the FBI to make sure they stay on top of security. People have gotten the all clear
2 Seattle police officers being investigated for involvement in Capitol attack
"Seattle police officers are being investigated to determine what they were doing in Washington, D C one, a violent mob took over the U. S. Capitol. His chief Adrian de as says officers have the right to attend political protest. However, because of the deaths on Wednesday, it was very clear that I still had to make some level action to determine until until we fully determine What was actually done, He says Another employee showed him social media pictures of the officers that prompted the has to put them on leave. The Office of Police Accountability is trying to determine whether the officers took part in any of the fighting with U. S Capitol police that day. With more on the investigation into those two officers. Almost Michelle Esteban, talk to the director of the Office of Police Accountability. Andy Meyer. Burgmeier Berg says photos allegedly put the officers in D. C and they're working right now. The isolate is many third party videos as possible from the day of the attack. They'll also interviewed the officers to ask them what happened if open finds any evidence. Any officers were directly involved. You will be fired. And the information will be shared with federal officials. Both Opa and the chief say the investigation is about public trust and transparency. And it is possible that the two officers were exercising their First Amendment rights and nothing else. I did this considering that participating in a political event on their own time. Out of uniform violates no policy or law. But the chief also wants his department policies upheld. Opa is also investigating whether those officers violated SPD is professional and discretionary policies to not undermine public trust. What was the intense what was their purpose and going? I think those are the questions that we really want you Look
2 Seattle officers on leave after reports they were in Washington DC during US Capitol riots Wednesday
"Officers who were in Washington D. C when rioters stormed the U. S. Capitol did anything illegal com O Seu Romero as more if Adrian DEA says he put the officers on leave Friday night after another employee showed him a social media picture of the officers, But DS wants to clarify it was not a parent. Exactly where the photo was taken. Or if those in the photo took any apart any part in attacking the U. S Capitol. He says his actions to place them on leave were a precaution and that the Office of Police Accountability will determine whether the officers violated any police department policies. But if any SPD employees participated directly and assaulting the U. S Capitol Will terminate them. DEA says he does support lawful expressions of freedom of speech, such as officers attending demonstrations on their own time soon. Romero camo news state lawmakers have
"spd" Discussed on KOMO
"Minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up. I'm Brian Calvary with the new Koven forecast. That's bad news for the country but offers some encouragement for our state calls to defund SPD remain passionate. I'm Corwin hate. How City Hall is ultimately responding are traffic and weather for the weekend coming up in four minutes, But first we check in with ABC News. Good morning. It's six o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Two months from today. Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th, president of the United States. Today. Georgia is set to certify the results of the election in the state. A day after completion of a state wide audit, Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Rapids, Berger, says he's a trump supporter and disappointed with result but working as an engineer throughout my life. Lived by the model. But numbers don't lie. Secretary of state. I believe that the numbers That we have presented today are correct. George's once they bite and flip Michigan was another. But President Trump continues to try to sow doubt in the outcome in both states, he said. To meet with the Republican leaders of Michigan, Senate and Legislature, ABC is Terry Moran has more Trump lost Michigan by 150,000 votes. And so now he wants local lawmakers there to declare a quote, failed election and just Give the state to him. Both men have said they do not plan to override the will of voters Visor and his German partner Beyond. Techs say they're applying to the FDA today for emergency use authorization of their Corona virus vaccine wants it's granted. It's time to distribute the vaccine. In general, Gustav Purna, the chief operating officer of Operation Warp, Speed, says the goals to have it out within 24 hours. The states we're going to tell us exactly where they wanted to be. We can put it in one place in the state. Or we could put it in 10,000 places in the state on so as they figure out their distribution plan across their states, we will ensure that the vaccine gets there. But right now, case numbers are skyrocketing. Nearly 200,000 Thursday in the U. S new restrictions today in California, says ABC is Alex Stone. Here in California. Most of the state's population will be under a curfew beginning tomorrow and lasting for at least a month. The state is ordering everybody but essential work. Version those on essential errands to be home from 10 P.m. to 5 A.m.. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, morning news. Good morning. It is 602 son about drippy Friday morning as we get ready for a weekend 44 degrees in Seattle right now, along with Hershel Time Mad. The factor here. The top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center. The State Health Department confirms nearly 2000 new cases of covert 19 in the past 24 hours, and there were 11 new deaths. Pushing that toll toe over 2600 almost Brian Calvert has the latest on a new forecast that somewhat encouraging, though for the state of Washington. The pandemic forecast over at the University of Washington has changed devices remember for that country. But four out on state because of this mandates and the mask wearing we expected to conclude pressure a lower number. Yes, Dr Ali marked out at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation says Really, the only real question mark that remains is what you're planning on Thanksgiving. If you don't gather and stay home, he says, we could dodge a disaster. He's also saying that governor INS Lee's latest mandates seemed to be working here in Washington. For the rest of the country. It's not looking is good. His newest death prediction. 658,000 countrywide by March 1st. If 40 states reimposed mask mandates that number falls to 471,000, Speaking of numbers on the same day, we were close to 2000 New positives again, Oregon said a daily record for positives, deaths and hospital admissions. Ryan Calvert Camo News The Fizer drug companies expected to ask regulators today for emergency approval of its covert vaccine. The FDA still has to comb through the data, but so far the results are promising. Here's infectious.
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"Connected and stay informed the co Moh afternoon news Good afternoon. Good to have you with us. I'm ELISA Jaffe. It's for 02 And here are the top stories from the Comb 0 24 7 news center. The mayors of Seattle, Portland and Albuquerque joined a call to further criticize President Trump's use of federal officers for local law enforcement come ons. Ryan Harris was on that call. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says the mayors have been forced to take extreme actions, including the call for removal of federal forces. An investigation into their tactics panned legislation that would restrict their authority to operate in Portland, Seattle and Other cities. Wheeler calls it an unwarranted and unconstitutional abuse of federal power. One thing that has been made crystal clear the elevated presence of federal officers has made things much, much worse. In Portland escalation has been met with escalation. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf sent out a string of tweets in which he says the agreement with Oregon's governor is the correction of a months long error and that federal forces will remain in Portland quote while our facilities and law enforcement And under attack. Brian Harris Camo News. Meanwhile, organ Governor Kate Brown says federal officers who have been in Portland for the last two weeks clashing with protesters have agreed to leave the city that part of the story from comas Carleen Johnson in a tweet this morning, governor Brown wrote after meeting with Vice President Pence and others. The federal government has agreed to withdraw the customs imported patrol agents. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler and told CNN yesterday he expected some type of announcement soon. Portlanders dont want to continue to stand there that fence and fight federal officers each and every night, Homeland security. Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said. If local and state police stepped up, they'd be happy to leave. You can try to light, a law enforcement officer on fire step across the street, knowing no one's going to touch him. But again, Governor Brown, saying this morning they have brokered a deal for the feds to leave. As of tomorrow. Carleen Johnson COMA NEWS. Hundreds of people signed up for public comment today during a Seattle City Council Budget Committee hearing to defund the Seattle Police Department by 50%. The majority of those who spoke in the first hour supported the proposal. Please do not keep us safe. They protect systems of white supremacy are believed by only respond with a crime occurring has ended or his proceeds every day. We see the misuse of the violence and experience the massive damage it has had on our black and indigenous family. This woman spoke against any cuts to SPD. Why have you not denounced arsons and violence by rioters or the injuries to SPD officers, your own employees? This Seattle Police Officers Guild says more than 20,000 people have signed a petition in the last 24 hours to stop the de funding proposal. Come on news time for 04 time for a check on Comeau traffic..
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"De funding SPD by 50%. It is undoubtedly a polarizing debate chief Carmen Best releasing this video message Friday. To be honest with you, no matter which way things go. There will be further cuts not only to SPD Citywide, And she also sent this letter to Mayor Johnny Durkin, highlighting what she says What happened to the Southwest precinct would have to shut its doors and overall, the department would be forced to terminate or transfer roughly 1100 employees, leaving just 630 deployable sworn members. Homicide and violent crimes team would be thinned down to less than 25 people and with sexual assault cases less than 10 detectives dedicated to those investigations. Other specialty units such as auto theft, burglary, domestic violence, narcotics and vice chief Best says she sees no way to maintain them Harbor Unit traffic unit. And SWAT team would be done away with that's Coleman was cold. Miller reporting. The Samir's office says defunding the police Department by 50% this year would force the city to abolish SPD altogether. In a letter to the City Council, Mayor Durkin's office says SPD has already spent half of its 2020 budget and a 200 million or 50% cut will leave department was zero budget for the rest of the year. It's one thing for the city to say it wants to defund the police department that much but another to actually implement that almost Jonathan Chou has a closer look at what that might actually look like. The Seattle Police Department's budget for 2021 is a little more than $400 million. Imagine that cut in half funding, the Seattle police Department by 50% would be an absolute disaster. Christopher Roof O with the Discovery Institute Center on Wealth and Poverty, says there would be massive unintended consequences. I think what you'd see is that wealthy neighborhoods I'd hire private security and the poor neighborhoods would unfortunately be left to fend for themselves By reallocating those funds. We are building our community, not funding our jailers. David Lewis is one of several protest organizer is pushing ahead by funding, education, community and health and housing were funding programs that statistically will drop crime rates inheritance. That's Coleman's Jonathan Show reporting. Washington continues its face reopening from the Corona virus shut down. There are questions about what campuses will look like. For students Returning to college, the University of Washington held an online town hall to answer questions from students, staff and faculty members..
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"At Broadway and Pine when police attempt to arrest a protester on a bike. That's when the pepper spray, but Seattle police are currently under a federal court order restricting the use of chemical irritants like tear gas, pepper spray and projectiles like rubber bullets. Unless that is approved by me in a life safety situation, Of course that wasn't deployed. It was individual pepper spray from officers. And maybe one or two Flash banks after SPD used tear gas on June 7th Black lives matter got what is now a preliminary injunction preventing SPD from using those tactics. Turns out that order had many exceptions, including when efforts to subdue Ah threat by using alternative crowd measures, including pepper spray have been exhausted and ineffective. Demos Matt Markovich reporting. Rising numbers of new covert 19 cases have local health officials worried that the fourth of July barbecues and parties will make the situation even worse. King County has seen its daily average of new case numbers more than double from the first half of June to the second half. County executive Doug Constantine says it's so serious businesses should be able to exclude you. If you don't wear a mask. Time rush to consider being purely first choice A matter of preference is behind us now need to be considering this on absolutely expected of every resident in the King County health officer says the rules might allow small gatherings but that they continue to discourage them because the risk you could spread the virus is just too great..
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"Is not gonna stop we get everybody together with the SPD says they have detectives investigating what led up to the shooting they say they're dealing with challenging circumstances police say they still haven't been able to identify who the shooter is now we're told that well one of the man that was shot died were told the other one is still in the ICU in critical condition since the incident it's been rather calm here at the job though some people we spoke with off camera mentioned the tensions that are rising in the area in Capitol Hill Nick problem commodities Seattle city councilmember Kshama someone believes the shooting death of a protester at the chop zone overnight could be a right wing attack in a statement she said there are indications it may have been she offers our deepest condolences to the family of the protester was killed and stands in solidarity with his friends and family and the loved ones of the other protester in critical condition at Harborview she's demanding Seattle PD fully investigate the attack and bring the killer or killers to justice Yakima county is struggling with a high rate of covert nineteen cases hospitals can't keep up with the need in recent days governor Insley says he is stepping in to stop the spread in the next few days I will issue a proclamation of mandating requiring facial coverings in public spaces in Yakima county this is a legal requirement is not just a suggestion the governor is also looking at increasing testing and contact tracing to slow the spread in the region king county is moving on to phase two Washington state secretary of health John Huisman has approved the county's application to enter the next phase of governor Insley safe start planned activities allowed under phase to include in store retail shopping barber shops in limited indoor gym use king county's application pointed out it is had under twenty five new cove in nineteen cases per one hundred thousand residents over the past fourteen days and that only seventy percent of hospital beds are occupied county wide on Friday the state approved three more counties to enter phase three of the save star plan to re open island Lewis and Mason counties fifteen counties are now in phase three with nineteen in phase two the other five are still in phase one modified phase one there are four phases in all to the safe start plan pike place market is now honoring Juneteenth and the black lives matter movement all weekend some of the letters on their iconic clock sign or turned off leaving only the letters B. L. M. let the Seattle police department is answering calls for change officers are now banned from using net colds and carotid restraints those techniques are used to bring someone under control around person unconscious the change comes in response to the killing of George Floyd after Minneapolis police officer knelt on Floyd's knack for nearly nine minutes a gruesome discovery in L. O. cai beach Friday afternoon plastic bags containing body parts neighbor Steve says sekali is horrified well it's kind of shocking really have something this in the neighborhood police brought in a bona news talks to pull up several black bags this point it's unknown if the bags drifted in.
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"Then by the time I probably called in the day ten thirty eight times eight ten eleven so I don't know what number it was yeah the basically told me they were gonna go OK again so they had subdued this suspect and they couldn't get anyone to respond so yesterday SPD clarified their position on nine one one response chief best says the officers did respond to that particular call but from a distance and will continue to document calls for service the company within those boundaries there was a report last night in the seventeen hundred block of twelfth Avenue as someone breaking windows with hammers the call also reported that his business was on fire the officers responded to the call and they observe the location from a distance they did not see any signs of smoke or fire or anything else and they did not see a disturbance the officers did not observe based on the report that I read anything that they perceived as a threat to life safety and they didn't go in okay G. you and I were there last Thursday sure and while it was peaceful while we were there you and I had discussed how we saw a couple of incidents where it could have easily gone very badly yeah we we we we definitely were and it can I mean we're gonna be talking about the incident that happened with the quote Civil Guard down in New Mexico will talk about how that went cat went bad but yeah it Leni situations it can get better I apologize to your son for spring is on you know I don't talk about what I want you to speak with her but finally finally today I just like look I I'm I'm I'm I'm over it now and I'm over it because I still I did hit with Dave Ross this morning and it was talking to him and I'm look we've been talking about this for a little while almost two weeks now and we still don't know who the leader is we still don't know who that person is a matter of fact that person's listening go it calls because of right now come on the show if you're a leader right now you're someone who's out there it is like like this is your planning you got things going because what if we find out who that leader is that I know chef is our produce and he's always finding out what we need to know he doesn't even know who the leader is what would we what we witnessed it for ourselves when the fire chief was trying to talk to the folks who are out there they said well you know it's not just us we can't speak on behalf of everybody because there's too many people who were speaking and they all have different things that they want so this thing could never end I mean and and then the idea that the police departments or police chief and our mayor have to now try to negotiate with them when they don't even know who they are going to be and and says what do you have to ask for your police department back your police precinct again I understand why it started I understand what was happening I disagree with the way some of the treatment of protest protesters were happening but Ursula on the show no matter what we do know what Gen this we don't call it just like we see it yes there was a lot of peaceful things going on there no it was not as extreme as the national media was making it to be it wasn't people checking ID's and you had to do all these things and we wanted right in right so what is at the same time you know Mike the good the question I ask and we you and I started last Friday after our experience of going down there on Thursday and we both we had been the chief on on Friday and we ask the chief when is this going to end up there she didn't have an idea both you and I discussed it we're saying what's the goal in it we've been hearing reports of this defining the police department the police up to fifty percent you and I were down there and we stood there we stood there and heard what was being said to the fire chief hill Scoggins when they were telling him of the one guy said Hey we never went to police come back into this east precinct I heard it with my own ears head of that point you're like I'm out I'm out I was I was done right there you know I mean soul again outside of the messages that we have heard from the time that we were there on Thursday into right now Tuesday morning there's not really that much of a change yes there have been some good things happen and in regards to legislation we're going to be taught you you can bring up the fact with what's happened with Seattle city council yes and what they have gotten rid up and get away with well I mean we can get into that right now yeah so it the Seattle city council has voted to ban chokeholds and the police use of crowd control weapons such as tear gas and flash bangs so that is a direct result of what has happened since George Ford staff and what has happened in the protests and the riot since then okay hold up let's have a discussion on that and I. N. arsenal I don't I don't have all the answers so that I mean sometimes when there's there's things that come across is talked about I'll be honest with you the listeners and I'll be like help me better understand that so the Seattle city council has said that they are not going to allow the police departments to rent own anything in regards to Mitch tear gas flashbang tell me tell me what that is okay well so the their contention is that it was an example of excessive force because they were peaceful demonstrators in this case and they and they were using tear gas and flash bangs up now that the chief of police at Carmen best told us well she had ordered that and she said okay that none because there were some incidents where they were throwing bottles or whatever it was and so police officers were getting assaulted so it wasn't like everyone in that group you know according to police chief was was innocent that it was in direct response to what was happening but in any case the city council said that successive that's not you know commensurate with with what was being done and so it went overboard another banning it it's also not just the city council there was also a judge on the ACLU had the Seattle police department and the judge found that real estate you have likely violated first and Fourth Amendment rights of protesters right so so that has been so now the city council has made it official did you know though I hit that I just found out today that there are two different types of chokeholds used by police and I reached out to several of my friends who were officers and I asked and I was told that there is a so so the the first one is the carotid restraint known as the stranglehold sleeper hold or blood choke which temporarily stops blood flow to the brain and renders the person unconscious for some time but doesn't cut off the breathing and then the second one is the chokehold which restricts breathing by applying pressure to the windpipe so the one I am told that the first one is can be a good tool can be very effective save lives because if someone is combative it can stop them but it doesn't cut off their breathing you know might so it's it's temporary in Minneapolis I have found out that police officers use neck restraints at least two hundred thirty seven times since the beginning of two thousand fifteen but most large policeman departments do not allow chuckles so New York Washington DC L. A. and now Seattle okay so here's the here's a here's where I back to what I don't understand so if let's just say that police officers are called down there's a protest.
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"To business on may twenty ninth SPD says detectives will continue to work with the prosecutor's office to investigate all of the complaints stop giving the police military grade equipment and eliminate police chokehold those are some of the steps that U. S. senator Patty Murray from Washington is recommending to help end racial injustice Kamose Corwin hate has more Tony McDaid Sandra bland on the Senate floor Murray names African Americans who have died at the hands of police nationally and locally as well as many Ellis Charleena Lyles and Shea Taylor from my home state of cheese co sponsoring legislation aimed at reforming police departments partly by making them look less like occupying armies would limit the transfer of military grade equipment to state and local law enforcement the legislation would ban the type of physical restraint that killed George Floyd and make federal funds available only for state and local departments committed to codifying an end to these shameful tactics Murray is also calling for an end just to no knock warrants and for the start of a nationwide registry aimed at preventing cops who get fired from simply moving to a new police department our nation has to change because the people are demanding Corwin hate komo news demonstrations continue around the country two weeks after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis come on news spoke with a local pastor about the issues of race here and see out in Seattle and and across the nation to four following up with bishop Reggie Witherspoon senior of mount Calvary Christian center a long time Seattle pastor and community leader whose March for racial equality for decades the demographics of protests taking to the streets in Seattle as well as other cities in several countries are mix of people of diverse backgrounds genders and ages where this process as far as progress it's only been happening a week in a few days following George Floyd's death the bishop also says there is a new paradigm happening right now where people are realizing that enough is enough and he's hopeful for what's to come that will live up to our constitution agreed that we're all made we're all created equal with certain inalienable rights the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness officials whether stone says he's currently setting up a trip to go with other spiritual leaders to DC to meet with Washington's delegation of congressional leaders almost Paris Jackson reporting business owners across the state are trying to figure out whether or not to open and if they do how long would they be able to come was Brian Calvert has a closer look small business owner Elizabeth how look is pretty blunt when customers scoff about mask advisories or request to just stay home this is no laughing matter it's not just her customers there are some of the business community who are very public about not following the rules during a time of viruses still infecting nearly three hundred new people daily the same people that are calling to ignore health orders are the same people that are just shooting.
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"Nearly one third of the city's entire general fund and apparently according to crosscut at least since two thousand the SPD has never seen a budget reduction from from one year to the next so we're just pouring money into this situation and I think we're seeing now that that really frankly isn't working you've got you've got a situation where and it's it's unfortunate but you've got protests against police brutality and you're seeing police all around the country respond brutally and they know that they're being filmed they know how it's on tape they know that people are out there with their phones capturing the stuff and so to me that says this is a fundamental root issue that this is deep to the core of it and the only way that you can fix that is by uprooting the thing and planting something new and that's you know there yes there are a lot of questions about how exactly you do that and and there is room to you know meet in the middle of this isn't this isn't people yelling at at one side or the other saying you're not allowed to be here period but it really well I I think we've seen especially lately that that there is a need to re think what law enforcement means and how it is executed in this country absolutely and to give some power back to authority figures and those police departments right like if if I am a sheriff or if I'm in charge of a group of officers and I feel that one officer is getting a lot of complaints and I'm having a really difficult time with him or her it is it is difficult because of the power police unions to to fire that person for it you know and it's important that you have I'm not saying unions are bad but there's a lot of power with those unions that can also be an obstacle to reform and so that's why I personally am not a fan of hearing people it turned up call for reform into you no longer want nine one one operators the right don't mean the same thing and rights just like gas lighting the entire issue yeah I I agree a hundred percent the city council here is also looking at a bill that would permanently ban what China's Michael's weapons of war at protests that means tear gas and and rubber bullets and pepper spray I don't know I don't know what happened this is the law this is the dumbest thing earlier it was last week that the the mayor and I believe the police chief said that they they were gonna stop using tear gas at protest and then Sunday night chief **** like yep go ahead and I've heard arguments that well it wasn't technically tear gas it was another type of gas that does basically the same thing just just semantic nonsense it was like knock off tear gas like right yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah on a scale of tear gas Steidle of your day yes but but that's that's the kind of thing that you know when when that announcement was made there was a a an ex hail from protesters and it's that tension when poked and exploited that causes things to to get hairy right that causes situations to to start working their way out of control now it day there's I'm not saying that that the protesters are always doing it or the police are always doing it but the idea that you heard that the police were no longer going to be shooting gas that was that was the understanding into crowds there was a real sense of relief like okay because the protests have been overwhelmingly peaceful all over the place you get a couple people thrown a couple things at some cops and then erupts into clamped down on everybody I mean come on like I feel bad I don't want anybody to be injured I know that that at least a dozen probably more police officers were were injured and there should be no place for that and those people should be arrested and and dealt with accordingly but you can't attack a whole crowd four what a few people dead I mean it it's just insane to me hello absolutely in fact I feel bad that we're taking a very sharp right turn for this next segment okay well that's what we do here we get we get a nice little break.
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"SPD's time seven thirty five so rich story would better be occasions Sharman it's seven thirty five now twenty five till late let's bring up to speed on weather and traffic WSB religious Kirk Miller says the land is most accurate independent forecast your forecast for today at ten on the monitor and sunshine very low humidity highs sixty seven north seventy three south lows tonight thirty eight to forty two tomorrow sunshine high sixty three lows thirty five to forty one Thursday sunny high seventy lows forty four to forty seven recapping the forecast for today at ten on the monitor sunshine dry air highs near seventy right now forty six I'm meteorologist Kirk knowledge ninety five point five W. space seven thirty six reject the morning drive again here's mark McKay twenty westbound shut down east Atlantic world out anyway because sixty all traffic being put on the Glenwood Avenue but things are really stacking up now back at financial pressure makes it sixty three rolling in from the cab county the quicker you get on memorial drive or Glenwood Avenue the better you can use a number of alternate to get around with traffic volume so like you could head north to highway seventy eight or if you just wanna take the premier highway toward Hartsfield Jackson you can do that but I. twenty westbound will remain shut down until further notice with that crashed at the crash investigation at more than Avenue monitoring the right into and through the northern suburbs Ashley Frasca indoor bill road construction right lane on twenty five west Peachtree industrial look out for debris in the left lane seventy five south approaching Chastelain traffic brought you by the Georgia department of public health George response is George's health and medical volunteer program to help stop the spread of covert nineteen to volunteer go to D. P. H. dot Georgia dot gov slash Georgia hyphen response triple team traffic ninety five point five WSP well here's the lowdown on by the idea onions with a question about this yesterday the Georgia department of agriculture that idea yeah I knew committee have said April sixteenth that is Thursday is the official pack date for America's favorite sweet onion crop harvest is big if I did yeah onions from south Georgia should be in stores by this weekend that will help coming up with the latest morning news ESPN's Michelle right with another week of Kobe distance learning on tap what AP S. is doing to make sure all of their students are getting work done.
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"Just a moment W. SPD's time is seven forty six one love before you head outside this morning you're waking up to temperatures in the twenties with wind chills in the teens channel two action news reporter Steve gal box in downtown Atlanta were warming shelters of open check that Adams gold recreation center out there they have more than a hundred beds for people overnight there are at least a half dozen shelters open the police in Florida believe they've arrested the so called pillowcase rapist in nineteen eighty one to eighty six the pillowcase rapist attacked at least forty four women along Florida's east coast Kerry Sanders reports the suspect covered his face with a pillow case or cloth police say DNA evidence links sixty year old Robert color to the crimes he's being held without bond in Brevard county a police in Kansas city say security guard save lives when he fatally shot a man who opened fire outside a bar the attack came hours after the chiefs won the AFC championship love one victim dead at least fifteen others wounded Kansas city mayor Quint Lucas says his city has a gun violence problem we're losing too many lines we have too many people shot each year police are still looking into a motive for a gun rights rally at the Virginia state capitol in squire ladies posted on Twitter there were no arrests after capital square emptied out early Monday afternoon in Richmond demonstrators shouted no more gun control in protest of multiple bills in the General Assembly Porter Tom Roberts says the governor feared similar violence to Charlottesville in twenty seventeen he declared a temporary state of emergency after online threats what a celebrated its ninetieth anniversary Mars Wrigley creates a forty seven hundred pound snickers bar Michael went break with Guinness world records seems a press set a nearly five thousand pound bar of chocolate to stay together is a really challenging it took more than six hundred people to mix and mold the ingredients the company says it will announce.
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"Attack no white no white SPD chief Carmen best came to our vigil with flowers saying the random murder was senseless tragic incident she was we just want to serve the community as the release balloons and re shyness honor the hold on to her memories as a loving and kind person this she this memorial has been growing since last weekend Nichols is still behind bars twenty two million dollar bond that's cool is Tammy Mutasa companies thirty four John Nelson our hero to get us from here to there and the largest of any distractions with triple a traffic right now well looks like they got that semi unstuck from underneath the thirtieth street overpass but we still of the roadway reduced just one lane this is southbound four oh five thirty a street traffic is a bumper to bumper mass backed up to about a hundred and twelve street now we have a north bound slow down as well northbound four oh five is the struggle from about one six seven to the scene of this accident at north east thirtieth street and we still have the closure of highway eighteen both directions between us a problem bart road and I. ninety and also watch out for some ourselves from big delays on the ferry's he got about a one hour wait at the Edmunds ferry dock and delays about thirty minutes at the Catholic ferry dock as well due to an earlier foggy condition our next como traffic at eight forty four thanks John perfect for a fiftieth anniversary of the man that walked on the moon to have a clear sky and see a moon tonight is to continue for.
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"That family pray for the police. Officers SPD as a whole because the first responders. On the line due to try and take care of us every day SRI Ford councilman Jerry Bowman no motive for the officers killing were told a person's been detained for questioning nowhere to police are looking for other suspects. A press conference is expected later today. Logan county man facing a murder charge in connection with his wife's death. 48-year-old Klein miles was arrested after Guthrie police found Robin miles dead inside their home. She got a gunshot wound on Sunday, President Trump to tour the us Mexico border. Here's Jared Halpern. The Syria of the Rio Grande valley is among the busiest for border agents dealing with the legal crossings. I didn't Trump is expected to meet with agents stopped by the border in holding immigration. Roundtable is part of his pitch that a crisis exists. So far is requests for nearly six billion dollars for a border wall has been met with stiff resistance from Democrats, you say border security should be focused on manpower and technology. President Trump has considered declaring a national emergency to begin border wall construction without congressional. Approval in mcallen, Texas, Jared Halpern. Fox News a company that makes stainless steel tubing has selected Durant to locate a new forty million dollar facility. Salem tube says it's to employ one hundred forty people Americans having fewer children. Here's Jack Callaghan. Oh, baby. According to the centers for disease control and prevention US, fertility rates continue to decline 2017 saw the lowest birth rates since nineteen eighty-seven only two states, Utah and South Dakota at birth rates. High enough to keep the population level stable experts say the drop in birth rates is due to a combination of factors, including fewer teen pregnancies at the change in women's role in.