31 Burst results for "SRO"
"sro" Discussed on Crackdown
"So at this point in the story. Patty and joe. They're they're staying at the lakeshore and They've told you that they want this better and more conventional Kinda life at this point. Did you have a theory for what might actually help them. Yeah because i think if you go and look at my earliest you know publications you'll probably find language in there around. You know what young people need is housing with different kinds of supports built in Of course you know. That's that's something that Makes a lot of sense when you're when you're working with a population who's who's largely sleeping outside and unstable housed. What makes sense is providing them with housing. And since many of the young people who i knew were navigating complex challenges around substance use and mental health issues it it also seemed to make sense to have those supports built into the housing canada's west coast with the scene. The sky is a city known and wine chanting vancouver twenty ten vancouver winter olympic games. I remember the days leading up to the olympics. Lots of people were excited but activists were worried we were convinced all the hype and speculation was gonna make housing astronomically expensive and beef up police surveillance and harassment so i was part of a big coalition groups organizing against the games. My name is Gordon bowlen's up from twenty ten welcoming committee so welcome behind the elders from the downtown eastside. This career anti georgia street and into the olympic city with glowing hearts netscape. Unfortunately we were right. Homelessness more than doubled in vancouver in years following the city successful olympic bid by two thousand ten only twelve percent of the privately owned rooms in the neighborhood were affordable to low income residents. Poor people were being pushed out. We couldn't stop the olympics from taking place but we did shout loud enough to get international attention and we embarrassed the government in front of the world. Vancouver the host him. The twenty ten winter games is often voted among the best places to live in the world but the city is home to more than just great slopes and powdery snow. It also has its share of poverty. Drugs and unemployment is still. The poorest postcode in canada with drugs are openly traded and prostitutes. The homeless and mentally. Ill wonder the streets. it's a dockside. Thanks as a dark side to the city and out of control street trade in hard drugs and ever more violent drug trafficking vancouver's dockside wench easy to keep under wraps especially with the whole world watching. No one is saying that. There aren't problems in vancouver or the downtown eastside and we expect the media's going to do a good job of showing both sides of the equation. We're not gonna hide these problems. We need to solve them. And i think the kind of the actually puts more pressure on these problems. Sooner or later by the time the olympics left town the old port city had mostly been scrubbed away almost completely overwritten by world class luxury investment opportunities and the upheaval wasn't nearly over. The bbc government bought up dozens of dilapidated old buildings in the downtown core for a project. They called the sro renewal initiative. One of these buildings was the lakeshore where patty and joe lived. The project promised to provide residencies. Sro's with quote clean affordable and safe long term housing with access to integrated social programs and services. We're here to announce we're ready to get to work on a number of the other buildings that we bought some of the pictures of buildings behind you. This isn't going to be about cutting ribbons. It's going to be about individual people and finding services to match up in housing so they they can have a stable life and turn their lives around and have a better life in the future. After the games the government started to renovate some of its newly-acquired sro's including the lakeshore. Patty jo tell that they're asked to move out until the renovations are done. This take a year more but they actually don't hate the idea because it comes with a promise. Their understanding was that they would be offered One of the larger suites in the building. Once it was renovated so they were. They were very excited by the idea that they were gonna get this couple's sweet and that that was going to finally be a real home. The promise of a new renovated suites folded perfectly into patty. Joe's white picket fence dream. Patty told daniel that she and joe could start getting their high school diplomas of the downtown eastside adult education centre. There'd be enough space in their new larger place to set up a couple desks but patty told daniel there was a catch. She said that she and joe would have to stay in. Supportive housing will. The lakeshore was renovated for a little over a year. It had what people call wraparound services. You know medical professionals onsite support group meetings harm reduction supplies that sort of thing so in the winter of two thousand twelve. Patty and joe moved into a new place which i'll call anthony house and i was really excited to visit them there. I wanted to see what their room was like. Especially after they'd been so adamant that their room at the lakeshore was the worst place that they'd ever lived. And i was wondering of course if all of the services that were built into anthony house were going to be helpful to them especially given that they were navigating quite complex substance use and mental health needs. So i went to visit them quite shortly after they moved in. I'm imagining sort of a a five to ten story. Narrow old building you know. There's so many of them young. So when i walked in i thought the buildings look different. I mean absolutely. There is just a different energy. There you've got that glasson reception area. You've got the cameras On every floor. I'm reading from one of daniel's papers now anthony house was bathed in neon light vintage black and white tile floors might actually have been charming if not from the monochrome paint job. That glowed pale yellowish green under the harsh fluorescent lighting youth to their own floor nurses on eat there. Was you know a sort of a an glass encased office for healthcare workers to to us Some young people did have medications delivered to their door. It for at least for many of the people i was working with it felt very institutionalized very medical felt like a very institutional medical space when you were imagining in the past when you would write in your papers. What we need is like so supportive housing. Were you imagining something that looked like this new version of housing. Or when you first got in there and think. This isn't really what i had him on. I don't think i was imagining anything. I think that to be totally honest. I was recommending something that sounded.
"sro" Discussed on KOMO
"SRO program at a future meeting Corwin hake komo news just Friday members of the long shore and warehouse union plan to hold work all along the west coast to observe Juneteenth June nineteenth commemorates the end of slavery in eighteen sixty five union members also plan to host a rally at terminal forty six to call for an end to police brutality and racism it was obvious last night that a rift is widening in the city of Snohomish and some people are calling for the mayor to resign toting militia plus plus plus misinformation does not equal safety we appreciated the quick response of the patriots voluntarily came to protect our people streets in business has gone virtual city council meeting included more than three hours of public comment all focused on the fallout from may thirty first when armed citizens occupied the historic district about to protect the shop from a leftist threat that never showed up your actions and some of your interactions have emboldened racists in our town well if you spoke in support of mayor John Kerr tech others are demanding that he step down there's been no organized effort to launch more recall campaigns couples Joel Marino reporting the Seattle city council is considering two different propose cels to tax big businesses the latest comes from councilmember Teresa Mosqueda Echols Carlene Johnson can tell us more the proposal initially reported in crosscut would raise over two hundred million a year by taxing corporations with payrolls over seven million it would be eight point seven percent tax for every employee who makes a hundred and fifty thousand or more and one point four percent for employees to make at least five hundred thousand those rates would be higher for businesses with payrolls exceeding a billion dollars mesquite as proposal operates as a competing one to the one offered by council members shama someone and Tammy moralis it's a larger proposal from them to raise upwards of five hundred million a year this is council member moralis we have to have a way to pay for public services that isn't just asking you and me and our neighbors to pay with ever increasing sales tax or property tax the downtown Seattle association says once again bad timing businesses already struggling so much because of the pandemic they want something done.
Washington, DC - Prince George's County considers taking armed officers out of schools
"Hour prince George's county schools are considering their own move to defund the police in the midst of the George Florida Floyd protests at last night's meeting the P. G. school board considered a proposal to end the use of school resource officers board member Belinda queen was a supporter of the idea and thinks they can use modern equipment to replace officers on campus if somebody has a gun we gotta start making sure that we have technology to things outside the box and then we can save a whole lot of money on other things but board member Curtis Valentine says SROs are important for more than security and I've seen first hand the connections that SROs have had particularly in building relationships with students the proposal could come before the board next week but it's not clear if they can legally make this move as it may conflict with
"sro" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Casson with inside advertising and media on W. O. R. while all of this is going on in the world we're all doing what we can it's good to hear that businesses are to Mario SRO founder of the night wind has launched a weekly virtual cooking show and game night entitled the night Thursdays every Thursday night at eight PM Maria a former chef post to simultaneous live show from his home on the night winds Facebook page and zoom during the show Mario shares his love of cooking and wine well playing different themed trivia games fans come back every week to join in the fun learn how to cook something new and compete for their chance to win the night wind merchandise and gift cards during this difficult time we're all staying home while Maria was found a way to bring us all together with a fun free interactive weekly experience the weekly events and recipes are posted on Facebook and Instagram as well as online at the night wind dot com we'll make sure to keep you up to date on business is doing good out there Sean Hannity here now listen if you're still holding on to that winter weight how you gonna drop those extra pounds call my good friends I've used this diet I lost twenty pounds check me out on TV eight five five five eight J. diet on the web and J. diet dot com it's doctor Lieberman during this health crisis we're open for you offering innovative cancer care for a new or recurrent cancer even the standard treatment didn't work thirteen eighty four Broadway accepting most insurance Medicare Medicaid call doctor Lieberman two one two choices two one two choices Hey Sean Hannity here fact is pandemic has impacted all of us but we're gonna get through it we'll be stronger as a nation than ever now I've been talking about my friends at rush tax resolution for years so many of you have.
"sro" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All of this is going on in the world we're all doing what we can it's good to hear that businesses are to Mario SRO founder of the night wind has launched a weekly virtual cooking show and game night entitled the night Thursdays every Thursday night at eight PM Maria a former chef post to simultaneous live show from his home on the night winds Facebook page and zoom during the show Mario shares his love of cooking and wine well playing different themed trivia games fans come back every week to join in the fun learn how to cook something new and compete for their chance to win the night wind merchandise and gift cards during this difficult time we're all staying home while Maria was found a way to bring us all together with a fun free interactive weekly experience the weekly events and recipes are posted on Facebook and Instagram as well as online at the night wind dot com we'll make sure to keep you up to date on business is doing good out there W. O. R. news times three oh five quick sports you know the NBA still plans to re open practice facilities on Friday in areas that are vis corona virus related restrictions your W. what warm weather channel forecast we'll see the rain gradually in overnight across the region those dropping down to the mid forties clouds mix with sunshine on Thursday high back in the mid sixties an increasing chance of rain later on Friday with highs around sixty much colder windy Saturday upper forties for the high partly sunny upper fifties Sunday I'm meteorologist mark Thibodeau from the weather channel on seven ten W. what Warren and I Steve greenfield at seven ten W. O. R. N. A. B. C. news radio station your hearing coast to coast AM with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the earth on three major networks moment we're going to be talking with David ditch field who fell under a speeding train can you believe that then had his near death experience and also if you want to see what the afterlife looks like he's got some dramatic paintings that he was able to do after this event that we have posted it coast to coast AM dot com with all the uncertainty in the world feeling safe at home has never been so important evidence wide like to talk with you for a moment about simply.
"This is Sam Fan. Crackdown senior producer and We're we'RE GONNA be talking about the new clinical guidelines the new policy here in BC. Basically all show but first of all garth. I think we should start out by just giving people an impression of how fucking grim things are here right now. So what is what? What have the past couple of weeks look like from your point of view? Yes it's bad Overdoses our backup. They were declining bit. But they're back into as bad as they've been really for the last couple of years a harm reduction services and overdose. Prevention sites are closing in the neighborhood or they're operating at a diminished capacity. People can't social distance you know. There's there's a lot of Crowded living conditions and a lot of people. Just don't have housing so people can't put that distance between themselves. I was through the neighborhood yesterday. People were still crowded on the sidewalks and everything and last week we were able to confirm the first person who tested positive for Cova nineteen in the neighborhood so one can only assume that combination of things is is pretty bad and the other. Obviously the really really big part of this is that we keep hearing press conferences from the city that there's going to be some kind of housing option for people who are homeless or who live in a shelter. Sro and aren't able to physically distance right but we haven't. We're not seeing like any any sort of like bold action. Take place there right We we haven't heard anything like that like Vancouver. Coastal health is told people to keep their physical distance. But we're still waiting on some kind of housing option and then finally Everyone's worried about the drug supply running out so there's already been kind of reports of shortages We've heard about prices going up but you know with all the borders and everything closed It's gotta be disrupting illegal. Drugs supply the first person I thought to call was Simona Marsh on crackdowns editorial board. She's also on the board of the Vancouver Area Network of drug users but she understands a lot about sort of the supply and distribution side of the illegal market so I called her up while she was actually working at the front desk. Advan do and good. How's it going? I'm good. How are you good So you can talk to me for a few minutes. So you're talking to us through a mask right anyway little bit but you sound good to me and so you're you're behind the desk there. Advani when people are just in the room there. What's it like there is it? Is it very crowded? Is it normal? What's going on? Yeah more than usual. Yeah because it's really up to you and other places that are opening night so our people keeping you know six feet apart from each other as vca has has told us all to do. I'm not sure how Iraq here we're GONNA have a meeting about it. Yeah and part of Your Job. Sitting at that desk is now to give out harm. Reduction supplies like people can't help themselves anymore right correct. Are you worried about running out of anything? I yeah and if you run out of pipes that means people share pipes and pipes are you can transmit cove in one thousand nine on pipes. That's right I mean not only that like down here. We're dealing with both an could still having this right and you and me were texting a couple days ago and you were saying you were worried about the illicit drug supply. What's going on with that? I'm powder devils like crazy so wait explained that you mean like to get coke is now twice as expensive. Yeah the prices went. I guess not twice as expensive. They run up. So what was it before? Like four hundred three a quarter now by fifty. Three quarters ZIP right. I've never bought in quantity before. What does that? I'm I'm small time? Simona Ground Look. I've never been to really. I don't go shopping at whole foods either or like Costco like I. Don't get a jar of mayonnaise that six feet tall and I'm just like a simple one time guy so because I know you kind of have special knowledge and all this because you have as delicately put it on this show you have helped alligator. Could you say that again agricole subsidies navigator right so? But you've been in this game for a long time. What do you think's going to happen in the next couple of weeks to the supply route borders to being shut? And it's well I can see a lot of people they don't want to sell it because they don't know next one night closed so I don't think it's GonNa be did well. Let's keep in touch about how things are going with the with the drug supply. I'm just I'm interested to see what goes on and I'm kind of worried for everybody. Who relies on it so much? You know I'm worried about them like making shit going down right right. Hopefully not okay. We'll can stay safe if you can do. Ok Tedi by so Simona tells us that coke prices are up and I talked to crackdown DETTORI board. Member Jeff Loudon yesterday. And what he's seeing is a fifty percent increase in the price of down. So you know from forty dollars a quarter now. Seems like it's going for sixty quarter at least where he is. And then you know we've heard from Laura that her connections are telling her Get Ready Droughts are coming better stockpile and there's also some reports of stimulants being harder to come by right now right. So it's it's patchy and it's it's hard to get an overall picture. It always is. But you can really see the jitters now. I guess all of this begs the question of what what it is. We should be doing right now. What would help Keep people safe. I mean it's safe supply. You know I know I know we say that a lot but it's true in in nineteen but it's also been true for the whole overdose crisis and in fact I I heard about it in the last over those crisis so in Vancouver there was overdose crisis and HIV crisis in the nineties. So you actually. You sent me a poster and this is from. Is this from the event that you would have? Is this a rally or something The posters from a meeting that we put together in the summer of Nineteen Ninety Eight. You know there was a like a lot of overdoses. A lot of overdose deaths being projected For the next year and so we were having a meeting about what we can do about this. What we were saying is let's legalize and decriminalize heroin And so the poster is of a fist holding a needle with a circle of chain going around you. You drew this and then stuck in your head right so when you wanted to make the crackdown through it. Again to be the logo the show. That's right yeah and I know you know. At that time I was really new to all this is just trying to stay ahead of my dope cygnus from the day to day so yeah. I was at the meeting. I made the poster but Dean Wilson was really involved in this stuff back then and it was just around that time. He started advocating for the same thing. So I called up Dean Wilson. He's on our editorial board and he's been an activist in this town for a couple of decades everybody. Yep Yep all right. Cool he Thanks thanks for making a little time. How you doing man? Oh I'm all right I'm just I'm kind of tired today just It was good. I saw my son. And Um it's good to see people you love and that you know what I mean. 'cause we're all kind of estranged even though we all live in the same city you know what? I mean right so and so did you guys stay like six feet apart or did you manage that. I gave a big hug and that was close. Then that it was all there was it. Was you know both kept their heads? You know what I mean. It's just you know it was whether it was and if I get the shit because I gave my son a hug well too bad I guess you gotTa do you gotTa do. Yeah Yeah we both needed it so that was all there was to. Do you remember the first time you raise the idea of safe? Supply with somebody Other than another drug user. Actually it was all part of the original insights stuff in our version before it opened up Professionally and like legitimately. We wanted to give drugs out at the place. So what did you call it before before the term safe supply? How did you refer to it like just like we should give out heroin for prescription heroin or well? We always viewed it as a a medical supply of drugs for Addiction. Not for pain not for nothing else. But for addiction we could go to doctors. They would give us a a prescription and you know we always thought it'd be a lot like mastodon well. We went and picked up every day or at salons every day and went home
"sro" Discussed on Commons
"In the early nineteen hundreds Vancouver was just starting to come into its own in what we now call the downtown eastside. I was actually the city center and in one thousand nine hundred twelve. The bowel moral hotel opened its doors. The region was built a year later. Here's Chris Chung again if you look at both of these buildings are actually quite fancy. There's a lot of detailing on on the facade so they were very carefully built. They were built by people who knew what they were doing. This was definitely for people with money to spend. And it's more of a high class place. A brochure for the region describes its luxurious amenities. Amenities one hundred sixty rooms. All light and airy seventy five with private bath hot and cold water local and long distance telephone in every room and in connection with the hotel. There's uptodate cafe and the department in the hands of a confidence Stewart. All foods compromise the choices that the management taper. The chefs are masters of their art and the waiters are confident and painstaking. Both the region and the bowel moral quickly became iconic landmarks in the downtown downtown of a booming city. But the downtown Eastside was changing in Nineteen Twenty Nine City Hall. Move to another part of town and the Great Depression hit bringing with it. Many unemployed men who clustered into the area for cheap accommodations. This was the place where they felt accepted. And this was almost one hundred years ago and you kind of see that similarity today people going to the downtown eastside. It was one of the few places that they would feel. Welcome and then later on in the century we had a life. You've said hostile shutdown and so again. We had that population coming to this neighborhood because it was where they would be able to find a place to stay by the nineteen eighties bound val moral in the region where some of the many SRO hotels that catered to poor people in the area that decade the neighborhood was hit with a triple whammy of disinvestment from the government a drug epidemic in mass evictions during Expo. Eighty six that made hundreds homeless. The official slogan of Expo Eighty six is invite the world but some residents of Vancouver's nearby skid road. Feel they're being invited to leave. It was around. Then that the Sahara's otas arrived on the scene. The Patriarch Ranjit. Sahotra started buying properties in the nineteen seventies. The first was the Regal Hotel an SRO a hotel. The became notorious for its rundown conditions. And as a hub for crime and exploitation. They use the province to buy more esera hotels on the downtown Tony side the story of the cobalt and the region and Balmoral. It wasn't long until the hose were making the news in one thousand nine hundred seven. The a hotel were caught paying. Afghan refugees. Thirty two cents an hour to work the bar at the ASTURIA working an average of seventy two hours a week and none of of them had legal permits. And the sodas while they were fine only twenty five hundred dollars. The bowel morals pub suspended in Nineteen ninety-two because management allowed known drug dealers inside. The same thing happened again. Two years later run GEETA Hoda died in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine leaving his property empire to his two children and his nephew afew. who run it to this day and his property prices skyrocketed in Vancouver? SRO hotels around the city closed down but this is a hose. They hung gone but life in the hotels just got worse by law violations and find stacked up. We're talking about hundreds of violations. New Stories were written about the slum like conditions constantly but by the two thousands. The city had almost nothing to help the situation. The city was always very concerned and that if they came down really really hard and really heavy on these landlords. That's a Ho. Does the buildings would close and then they would have this problem of having a two or three hundred people. Potentially homeless assaults and murder were commonplace. Attendant was beaten to death in a room. A coke dealer was shot in the face a parking a lot in two thousand seven twelve hundred calls to emergency services just for the five so Hoda. Sro Hotels Sahara's used the money from the hotels to buy property all around Metro Vancouver and even those buildings deteriorated two thousand seven a balcony collapses in one of their apartment government buildings injuring two people that same year. Eighty one people were kicked out of another Sahotra building after the city deemed it too dangerous to live. Many any of them ended up in shelters or on the street. This is refined an unprecedented one. Hundred fifteen thousand dollars for not doing repairs to another building. Living outside of an Cooper in twenty eleven. One of their homes was seized by the government because it had been a grow op for two decades but no matter how many tickets tickets or fines they were issued no matter how much negative coverage they got in the press. Nothing seemed to change..
"sro" Discussed on Natural Disasters
"On July Twelfth Nineteen Ninety Five Live. The Heat was all anybody was talking about in Chicago. The local nightly news broadcasts had all featured the story before four cast predicted three more days of sweltering heat but the city government had taken no preventative actions even when the high temperature had tied the historic record record on the twelfth. The next morning the Chicago Tribune ran a story on the front page about the record heat the previous day the article read. Stop your whining. So what if it got up to ninety seven degrees on Wednesday for many it was just a walk in the park. Sixty eight year role. Joseph LASCO inside his over stuff department for the third consecutive day dutifully wrote down the temperature forecast in his journal that morning. It was going going to be over a hundred degrees. The humidity was also increasing by the hour. More hot air was blowing in from the southwest and and the normally cool lake breeze had ceased the stagnant air was thick and heavy an smoky haze of pollution and humidity not settled over this city back at his office chief medical examiner Donohue was preparing for the worst. He had just received receive the first two victims of heat stroke two young children who had been trapped in a van. A third victim was in a southside hospital. In in critical condition his body temperature was registering at one. Hundred eight degrees donohue was worried. The county morgue ahead cold storage space for two hundred twenty two bodies on a typical July day in Chicago an average of seventy two people died and were processed by the mark while there had only been a few victims tied to the heat wave so far there were still several days of high temperatures predicted over the weekend. He was certain there would be more deaths and without more space and more staff donahue didn't know how might he do with them. Across the city. People were suffering from the unabated heat. Anyone without air conditioning or who lived in a confined space found the heat unbearable and potentially dangerous. Many of the first victims tombs were people who lived in single room occupancies or SRO's SRO's are often converted hotels with limited space and amenities as in each room. This is often the only cheap alternative to public housing or living on the street. Most of the people in Sro's lived alone and it was difficult to fit a family in a single converted hotel room and some of the buildings refuse to rent individual rooms. Two groups the landlords. It's hoped this would prevent crime and unwelcome guests however this meant that life and Sro's was extremely isolated. Not many people knew their neighbors in the next room and some people preferred the isolation when the heat wave struck. Nobody knew Oh. Anything was wrong until mail began to pile up outside on the doormat or a sickening smell wafted from beneath adore many the people in Sro's also had drug and alcohol abuse issues. Alcohol consumption is particularly dangerous during extreme heat because it leads to who dehydration additionally many drugs inhibit the body's ability to regulate temperature and can speed up the onset of hyperthermic illness. Josh emergency calls were increasing throughout the day on Thursday. Most noticeably in the poorest parts of the city people in Sro's in solitary apartments were told that they would have to wait for ambulances to be dispatched the city emergency plan suggested opening the air conditioned municipal buildings to the public as cooling stations however the city government was still unconvinced that the extreme heat would result in the crisis in a press conference mayor. Richard Daley said quote. It's hot we all have our little problems. But let's not blow it out. Out of proportion as the populations of the south and west sides of Chicago continued suffering from heat illness. The availability of air conditioning became a matter of life and death. The Centers for Disease Control later said that fifty percent of the deaths related to the heat. Wave could could have been prevented if they had an air conditioner. Places where people could afford air conditioning did not suffer the same casualties as other parts. The city Edmund. Donoghue put it bluntly. We're seeing deaths in the city. Not In the suburbs as nature turned Chicago into an Donovan. The city's geographical segregation of emergency services was leading to more fatalities. The temperature peaked at one. Hundred and four degrees on the afternoon of the thirteenth with the additional humidity and the heat trapped in and around the the city it felt like one hundred twenty five by the end of the day four deaths had been attributed directly to the heat wave after forty eight hours of continuous exposure to extreme heat. The body's defenses begin to breakdown. HYPERTHERMIA sets in more rapidly and more severe symptoms appear such as elevated heart rate and unconsciousness as a result in Chicago. The death rapidly increased over the evening but the heat was taking a toll on more than just the human population reports filtered in from the farming regions around the mid west huge flocks of poultry had perished on surrounding farms. Eight hundred fifty milk. Cows had died in Wisconsin and so many more were ill that the entire state production of milk decreased by twenty five percent on July fourteenth in the city. PATS were also suffering. The most susceptible were small. Birds kept in cages with an overheating apartments dogs and cats. It's with for coats quickly became lethargic. Some people stayed indoors out of concern for their pets. They didn't want to leave the animals alone but couldn't take them into the hot asphalt or out of their cages and pens. It was easier to stay inside even if it could be fatal as Friday. The fourteenth saw temperatures of over a hundred degrees for the third day. The city government still refused to declare a heat. Emergency see and Roberts skates was furious. He was the deputy chief paramedic monitoring the emergency services for the south side of the city. City he said. I was noticing that it was exceedingly busy. Paramedics would get in the ambulance and not return until the next morning. Some people worked twenty eight hour days skates. Couldn't believe the city wasn't calling for a heat emergency opening cooling centers or even calling calling for more paramedics and firefighters. First responders were overworked to the extreme heat often without a break. The director of one hospital spital said the paramedics that were coming in here. Were so dehydrated that they were very close to being patience. Meanwhile elderly residents in the flannery senior housing complex on the near West side. Were feeling the effects of the breakdown of services. They were trapped in their hot apartments. One resident seventy one year-old. Mary Dingle was already preparing for the worst she said. Ed I hope I go to the good place when I go. I don't see how I can last. I can hardly take this. Arthur Chambers was the head of the resident organization in the building and he was ready to talk to reporters buildings water. Supply had shut off to to the low pressure of so many hydrants being illegally opened. He told one reporter. It's very bad these people had to suffer. It was pitiful. We lost a couple of elderly. We people in this hot heat. Joseph LASCO's apartment on the northwest side was also unbearably hot. Even with an open window the fact that it was filled to the ceiling with old furniture and electronics didn't help alleviate the heat he wasn't feeling well and on the fourteenth eighteenth he missed his calendar notation in his journal across the city. Paramedic calls went unanswered. People listen to busy signals or were put on hold for nearly forty five minutes waiting for an ambulance dispatcher. Most of these calls came from the southern precincts while people on the north side went to the beach to cool down. The South side of the city was producing more victims by the hour. Chicago entered a fourth day of extreme heat on the morning of Saturday July Fifteenth Medical Examiner Commoner. Dr Donahue got a call early that morning and his staff told him there were forty new bodies in the morgue he said that was close host to an all time high for the medical examiner's office. When I got in the morning it was one hundred cases it turned turned out to be a larger disaster? Then even I envisioned then the morgue reached its maximum capacity. There were over two hundred twenty two bodies in the coolers and there was no more space ambulances and police cars lined up on the street outside the examiners office waiting to deliver corpses. The bodies were piling up outside the building and the temperature was over ninety degrees and the heat wave wasn't over yet. In fact it had only just begun..
"sro" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
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"sro" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"sro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two. I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. Hundreds of people demanded a change in Phoenix police culture during a community beating last night. KTAR's Jim cross is live in the news center. Bob angry crowd members went police chief Jerry Williams to fire Phoenix officers cut on cell phone video pointing guns and shunning profanity's of the family and made a shoplifting. Call Williams says change must begin. Now sitting I'm listening. We are processing this is not the last meeting. We'll have some of the out there who don't believe that the. Now. Williams would discuss what action she will take against the officers who pulled over a family of four the shoplifting case. The father driven aims is under investigation for attacking Tempe. Police officers last year live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news school resource. Officers are getting special trading in its due in part to a tweet by a state lawmaker in January state Representative almo- Hernandez sent governor, Doug Ducey, a tweet saying, someone who has been, you know, attacked by Rwanda school campus as a high school student. I feel we need more funding for school counselors rather than school resource officers. She was fourteen years old when an SRO Drager and slammed her on the ground while trying to break up a school fight now every SRO will be trained on de escalation and crisis intervention. The what very finer fire burning into superstitions has now grown to forty five thousand acres. It's fifteen percent contained no homes endanger right now, fire information officer dick Fleishman says the fire is move. Moving away from Apache junction in gold canyon. And that brings a new concern the area that it's moving towards though, is the highly one eighty eight corridor and Roosevelt's. We've got a lot of people out in front of it to, to try and check that movement. What's it gets out of the wilderness? He says the community of Roosevelt is still about fifteen miles away from the fire. Almost eight hundred people are working to stop the blade. Well, it's not a real threat, but they're practicing for one KTAR, Ali vetnar is live from the convention center, where local first responders just.
A Look At The Impact Of Active Shooter Drills
"There's been a rise in the number of school resource officers across the country, Chris, and I'm wondering why that is what's leading to this increase presence of law enforcement in, in schools. It's really been a long time coming. So simple things that happened back that ideas, no, mention Columbine which one factor that led to the nineteen ninety four federal law. That's required. Expulsion of, of student for weapon possession in it also included for the first time, federal funding source school resource officers, they couple of factors that happened in the nineties, one in the juvenile Justice system in the one that impacted the schools the approach to juvenile Justice in the more heavy handed approach to locking up, young people, quite detrimental, and quite impactful on, on a lot of disadvantaged students, but that also happens schools of zero tolerance policy that coincided with the increased security measures across all schools. And that also has led to unintended consequences that just SO related, but student. Exclusion related also impacting soon disabilities in racial ethnic disparities in punishment and want to get into the sort of disparities that you're mentioning there in a little bit, Chris. Because I think these are really important in terms of the broader conversation going back to the second to officer Peterson here. I'm wondering mo-. There's a lot of criticism. And now even more than criticism about how Peterson handled the shooting with your expertise. What should Peterson have done? Chris, a good phrase minute ago, outlier and Florida is kind of an outlier as far as our association goes because it's, it's a state where we do not train school Bice police officers, they do their own training, in Florida. So part of the answer to that is I don't know how he was trained. That's part of the problem for me and trying to answer any of this. I've seen the footage of talked with several folks who have been involved in investigation corley. There's an issue here when you've got someone standing at a door for the length of time he did. That's not the way we would train anyone again. I'll go back to say this is direct to threat type issue. You've got shots fired in a building. You have to assume you're dealing with an active shooter event you have to pursue that threat and stop it before more lives are lost. I want to I want to drill down a little bit more into that moan because is an SRO is a. School resource. Officer expected to take down shooter expected to essentially bag give their lives in in an effort to remove the threat.
"sro" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"My health on the line for these people. Say that right now. One that I loved, and I hate it was the one lady said from Minnesota. I think said it was so good. I actually didn't think it was you. I love. Take that was that me. You liked it and move on go people by demand by pocketed of people are begging for that song again, I played it for you people again, and we'll go to the phone lines here. It's going to be outlined one. It's Dave in North Carolina day. What's on your mind? I just want to say real simple. I didn't. For a politician. Business name. Right. Donald Trump is doing. And you heard the prime minister from England when she said, putting together the best deal ever made history. And just one last thing if you don't mind good. Everybody has forgotten. One thing. All this stuff going on out there. You just wait and see what's going to happen. We appreciate you out of North Carolina. God don't sleep is days message. I've got less than a minute for you. But make it happen for me in Boston. It's George come on, George. I was drinking a glass. Cain, and shattered it, right. With that lash. No. What I did a George. That's exactly. Why did it for your welcome? Yeah. That was great. You're welcome. So I was on Twitter today. I was reading the commentary the Trump protest you know, it's like these people are gone. They are awful. Short. I was going to respond to a few of figure white and waste my time. Make eight differs Georgia, listen, an amount of time I hear you. You're right. Don't respond to them, because that's sort of feeding that looks at me to say that because I respond to them all the time. But once you get into the dirt, that's where they want you in the mud and throwing mud at each other. They play the victim. Don't do it. When you see somebody that nuts. Move on and keep it positive the president's doing a great job, eighty Pollock on the arrest of the former SRO in.
"sro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"They talk about this kind of stuff. No, I'm not. No. I'm not gonna hurt that east side often schools. I've worked at rural school about twenty thirty miles from here that I currently work in, you know. Yeah. Good middle class neighborhood school. But now are the issues we have our with vaping and drove or daily ING, and all that all the traditional stuff. Like you say you have no problem with some teachers on campus packing heat, but I have a feeling John, you know, this, you wouldn't want every teacher, not every teacher is capable of doing this. But really, they already have this. It's called the school marshal program. I know the school, marshal program is a week long training. You know where you were learn how to work in conjunction with your school, resource officer, you know, to help take down a threat, actually. I have a question to the children know who the Marshall is like on the planes, though, the only person who's alone people allowed to no. Are they local police chief the SRO at that campus? And the superintendent of I think maybe the principal as well. No, you're not allowed to tell anybody. Thank you, John. Somebody just texted me a picture of a sign that in Lameda around one of their campuses. Now, this is from Danny at five one eight three six zero five hundred in the sign up front of this school says attention staff at Lameda ISD armed and trained to use. Whatever force necessary to protect our students. That's, that's pretty clear message. Justin, Lakeway, good morning. Good morning. I think I've got someone happy medium. I'm not one hundred teachers actually caring throughout the day. I am a big split movement. But I do see some issues that I'm completely on board with a certified teacher, that has the capabilities to actually carry a firearm, if they have a small, little by metric safe in their classroom, that does have a wireless monitor. And as soon as it gets opened up the police are mmediately notified him a Bank as soon as they pressed little right by the. The silent alarm thank weezer notified. So even if DJ does get upset at soon, like that one dollars back says we still notified they're on their way through that they opened up. It's pretty interesting. Yeah, that's that's interesting. Each one of those things you can go to fast and get them for max maybe two hundred bucks. Now I've seen a whole lot. Yeah. Whatever it's activated alerts the police right away. That's, that's a pretty good idea. Absolutely. Let's see here. Mike in north Austin. Good morning. Good. What's going on? I just think teacher shaped me on and done. Other caller does come from home death..
"sro" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"I'm a huge fan of keeping our kids super-duper safe. So that they can get the education that they need and today we're talking to school resource officer from Deerfield elementary school in coffee county school system, Tommy Barker's here. How are you? Great, man. I'm so glad you're here. I hadn't met you before. I'm glad to be here. This is my actually my first time coming to thunder radio radio anytime, you want would you have open door policy. How about that? You want to try out and be my co-host in the morning. No. Swap shop, you know, call a ballgame do something like that. We can we can make it happen. I'm teasing. You are are are you are newest as with the coughing any schools. Yes, ma'am. So you were not with the program when it began at the beginning of the school year. No. So you've come in Cincinnati long. Have you been in sorrow in coffee county schools started January fourteenth and your with your field? Beautiful school. It's a brand new school. It's real pretty it's really nice and all the schools are wonderful. Let me tell you that brand new school has it new school smell. You are an SRO somewhere else before tell us about it. Years. I started my career sorrow in canyon county. I six elementary schools over there that I worked at I traveled to and from. It was hectic towns, but it was great. So one as our over six goals. Yes. So that's a different setup than what we have here in coffee, Johnny. Yes, ma'am. Yes. So did you have prior law enforcement prior to being in there? In two thousand nine I was a patrol officer for about four years before I took on SR Owen. What made you decide that Esa was the way to go in law enforcement..
"sro" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Your employees is your your your guests, your your students safe or safe as possible? This whole actor shooter situation. Part of me says a new thing is a new phenomenon, but it really isn't a modest student of history. Have a bit. We've had people's for back in the early nineteen hundreds that that threw firebombs at American schools and barricade the doors in kids killed for whatever. Whatever walked out reasons, they have while they do these things, and you know, part of me, I think part of our society is really wrapped up into motive do this. What's your back story? What's the kids spews for parkland armed for ones? Like, I don't care. I don't want to know the I don't know anything about him. But we've got a look at learning. What drives these things what are the boat. Evasions one of the things that they do the best. We can. And I know you can't explain it perfectly right now. I think you know, I used to hold a lot of active shooter and or activist sale seminars. And I would put out a lot of data of the profile of the killer the profile of a shooter. If you look at a show in Virginia Tech, what happened there, you know, Peebles he was writing essays and and giving hints as to what he was doing. But resigns there were signs but back, then, you know, you've you've got academia over here. And you've got law enforcement over here. They look at law enforcement. Oh, they just direct traffic on this on the Saturday college football games. And there was no monthly meetings. There was no trust there. So that's changed. But back, then, you know, there were people were exhibiting these sciences triggers. So my focus now is where. I don't care about that profile. What I do care about is. How can I we know that's going to happen? Unfortunately, it's going to happen again. What can I do? What can we do at ASR to deterrent, or at least having notification process in place that will save lives because it's an again our system is not a second amendment discussion. Not Olof writer Senator discussion of people love their make that exactly what it is. I've even law today is I wrote a piece about our law enforcement, first responders looseness, social media battle and part of what in there is no matter how hard we try to write a story and posted someone sees politics or someone sees racing. It it doesn't matter. What it's about. They will always jump to that. And that's a statement about them. That's not a statement about us. So what you do has nothing to do with this not at all no weapons involved. It's just it's a security. It's it's a solution. Now, what are what are the? What are the state's doing in schools? You know, they're they're trying to make a comprehensive take a comprehensive approach to heartening their surfaces or their their structures training updating and upgrading their technology. And of course, may be enhancing their the level of the number of SRO's. But but Baltimore my old retired for him. Just the school board won't allow their police to be armed in the schools. They just hit the news, and it's been out for a couple of years, although they have where the highest murder and shooting rates the United States. Yeah. No science. It's it's it's unbelievable. Because you're right. You know, I look at I start looking at the temperature across the country, and I've traveled across the country for a SR, and I see that there are certain areas that are that are that would accept these school resource officers to have weapons, and then there's others that it's a different culture. But unfortunately, it's gonna take that that trained school resource officer with a weapon to stop that that person that evil person. And why is that I know the answer, but for the benefit of those listening. Why is that well, you can put a number of countermeasures, you can put deterrence, etc. Etc. But someone who's got a gun who's intent on mastering folks. The only way to neutralize that person is is to take them out by -nology of a boxer or somewhere. Maybe the anime fodder said everybody's got a game plan with the Glenville fight. Mike Tyson said it everybody's got a game plan. We're going to fight until you get punched in the nose. So when these active shooters, go in they have a they have a plan they want to inflict as much damage as it can they wanna kill maybe they work as much as publicity for them as they can. And they will do that until someone forces them out of their offensive posture into a defensive posture netra, I the only way you're going to do that. I don't throwing protracted pencils out of ain't to do it. Now now growing dossier races items. Not you gotta put letdown down range, and you'll also again part of this for schools is you have to make your school, and I won't say unattractive. But you have to make that killer. Who's the all of them? They collect intelligence they walk, right? They collect they observe in NATO. Okay. This is the Dan do this is I'm going to do it. But if you've got certain things in place where someone goes for a while. Now that is different. I'm going to go somewhere else and look at a SRO. He's in shape. He's young. He's observant. And or she, and you know, what I think I'll take my chances. Elsewhere. So there is a number of different things we can do from from law enforcement as well from the administration from superintendents down to teachers and two students to be more where we don't wanna make a police state. But at the same time, we must be aware. We must see something you say something, and and hopefully, you know, you can defend in deny an actual like this take place taking place, we wanna make it look as unattractive to anyone is possible. Here's a great example. I know someone's gonna say he needs help you wall. Territory. I join a gym or not that long ago. Gotta go back been out for a while after an accident. But the guy said why do you wanna work out? I've worked out for years. For decades is a police officer said I want. If a bad guy sees me with gray hair. That's an old man. I don't wanna mess with. That's that's exactly what I wanted to do. And that's exactly what we need to do a my opinion with our schools. Our hospitals shopping malls, anything like that we want somebody who has bad intentions who says I want to hurt people to say that's not the spot. I wanna go to right. And not only that Jay we spoke about mindset right earlier. You also you want to be, you know, our mind as we get older our mind tells us, we can do this. But can we physically do it? So that's important, especially when I teach these active shooter seminars. Hey, if you think you can do it you better do it. That means staying in shape right now here. Well, who owns a done? Everybody raises their hand. Okay. What was the last time he shot? Well, I. A a year ago. I said shoot he's perishable skill Natalie. Yet are we shooting under stress? Did you run push all the different situation paper targets, and then we have a gunfight guys, you you show rats, and he's running you're moving and doesn't help that don't help. So back to our conversation about. After shooters keeping our schools, safer our communities safer. I think you hit on some really key points having. Well, equipped well trained well-qualified school resource officers or police officers there will be good deterrent having systems like yours. They're letting people know that they're make someone think twice about one inflict harm there. And as a parent. You're Mark daughters are adults now. But that protective side of it doesn't go away. And as a police officer the people cared about the most care for everybody. But was children. And that was the one that bothers you the most when you couldn't protect them so part of my law enforcement, DNA and Brentwood unions. Like, would we do whatever it takes keep them safe in one hundred percent, right? Yeah. I will tell you this. You could take my resume in seals. And all this stuff put it over here. The reason why that I'm involved in leading this with SR is because my daughter goes to high school, she's a freshman. And and I of course, I love her. But listen her and her friends they're concerned. We've got the stoneman Douglas anniversary right around the corner is a lot of anxiety in south, Florida and Horton about it. And I and you're right. I've attended PTA meetings. Tita these parents, they see the system they go. I want to send my school wise in it in the school. So we've got a lot of support in its growing short break retirement hatred. Oh god. Oh, this is the law enforcement show. We'll be.
"sro" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"I'm Tiffany inside the thunder studios, we're pleased today to have multiple representatives from the coffee county sheriff's department here, we do have captain Billy Butler. How are you, sir? Thank you very much. We appreciate you being here till fix what it is to do for the sheriff's department currently captain over operations. In charge of investigations patrol and the SRO program. So you get your hands in a lot of stuff. Yes. I do. Yes. And we have a back with us sergeant? Daniel Ray you've been here before. How are you, sir? Awesome. How are you doing? I'm wonderful until folks what you do for the sheriff's department. I'm the General Department or instructor teaching folks. Correct. Yes. We also have a sergeant Laura nettles. How are you? I'm great. How are you? You're always smiling. A lot. That's a great great thing to be known for. I think tell us what you do for coffee county sheriff's department. I am sergeant over the school resource officers, and I'm also sergeant investigations, but there it is friends. We appreciate Kevin in giving us some updates about. What's going on? With the sheriff's department, and I know that you folks are super proud of your SRO program as well as you should be. I been seen some pictures of kids on patrol tell me what that is what he is is we have started a cadet program that cadet program started at Deerfield elementary, and we started to slowly start all of our elementary schools into having the cadet program. We are very proud of this program. And this summer we are going to host a cadet camp. Oh, we're going to have a summer camp for those. The each school will pick a fifth grade students to be into their program, and they train them. And they work with them to better help these kids become role models to other kids. And once these kids get out there amongst their other students and friends they they're there to help them make better decisions in life. So what is it that the the are they is it the safety patrol is that what they're called? It is the it's the safety patrol program. Got what they do inside the schools, some schools have them helping with traffic some schools have them helping carry things in if we have a special event at school. They escort parents and family and friends into the auditorium shows them where to see it. They're just a big part of the school as as helpers. Well, I'll tell you just just as a visitor. I've been to all of the county schools, we do a program here the student the week program, and I get to go out to all the schools to or the students those schools are also different and feels like sometimes being an amazed. If you're not familiar with the score. Where did how did I get in here? How do we get back out? And so if you have those those over here and have somebody there that can escort you to where you need to go. Absolutely. It's a wonderful wonderful program. We're very proud of it. So the the the cadets there wearing a fashion a safety vest therapies. And they at once each group has has been brought into the cadet program that there's a ceremony where their badges are pinned on them. They gave us your ticket late them know that we are behind him one hundred percent bad. They do that's so cool. So you're as Arosa each of those elementary schools oversee that program, they do they oversee it. So it's kind of like, you said helping other students make good choices. It's kinda like peer pressure from the good side that try and kids listen to other kids. And so if you've got some other kids encouraging them to do the right thing, then chances are they're they're probably gonna make a different decision. So we're we're we're hoping that this is going to help other kids help the kids make good decisions. Now is it a certain amount of students from each school or each school is different. Depending on who they have each school is different depending on the amount of kids that they have there some schools that are larger may have twelve cadet some may have nine it just depends on the amount. And they tried to they tried to pick those students in there. But those cadets have to keep up a certain level of integrity there to have to make sure that they're doing their good grades, and and the tendons and not being a discipline problem. And each one of the SRO's are working with them weekly and have meetings with them and training. So it's just wonderful program. So captain Butler. I wanted to ask you. One of the things I think. Folks in the community were concerned about when the changeover happened in the sheriff's department was the dare program, and there was a rumor that the dare program is going away, and can you speak to that? What's going on with the dare program currently? Yeah. We we did do away with the dare program, but to piggyback on the SRO program, we've each one of the SRO's are going to have their own developed curriculum that go by. Which the dare officer did visit each school. But we individually each are always going to have their own curriculum. So it's bullying. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So so yes, so each one of the SRO's are going to be teaching inside of the school not just in fifth grade, but the whole school and they talk about Bill bullying gun safety and now they're onto drug awareness. So we're not saying that the dare program is a bad program. It's not it's been traditionally a good program for all these years, but it's kind of phasing out and losing its. Yeah. There was a nationwide study done on that in. We just thought it's time for something new maybe better. So the each individual SRO can talk to their students about it at deer traditionally was targeted at fifth graders is that right? There was traditionally targeted just fifth graders. And so now with the the new programs that we have at the school is that going to be school wide, or is it be school wide. I know that. That a couple of different all grades in there. Very good. How just have to bring it down to their level in and fix it to where it accommodates first grade versus fifth grade. Well, certainly, yes, yes, they bring it to my level. We're speaking with our friends from the coffee county sheriff's department needs to take a quick break for some.
"sro" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"That's they detained those into. I'm surprised the others didn't get it. Holy cow. New York state is said to ban teachers from carrying firearms because heaven forbid numerous school shooting show that despite being gun-free zones fact guys don't care about it. So now New York would ban teachers from carrying guns in the school under a broad range of gun control regulations set to pass the legislature on Tuesday. Yeah. They said that if a district side that wants to arm at school personnel, can, but they said that their districts are trying to ban it from taking place, and they also don't have armed SRO. So I don't understand what what you're doing. I don't understand what you're doing anti semitic killings in two thousand eighteen the highest in decades. The according to France twenty four this is why the number of Jews murdered an antisemitic attacks around the world in two thousand eighteen has reached its highest level reached its highest level in decades after the synagogue shooting. They listed the article lists a number that have taken place. This is something I've seen also the the Simon Weisenthal center also released its own annual report worldwide investigation prosecution of Nazi war criminals, and it said between April twenty seventeen on March twenty eighteen one person was convicted for Nazi era crimes three others were charged and people in Chicago were being robbed a winter coat at gunpoint. Wow. I guess at that dire. Six people had their Canada, goose Cote stolen, apparently last week as they were held up and two more retargeted on Wednesday, two men jumped from a Mercedes showed a gun punched a fifty four year old man before forcibly taking his coat and wallet. A twenty three year old man was robbed with his coat. Wow. No one's Ben. So far arrested in connection with the robberies that cheese and the IRS says to plan for smaller tax returns. That's opposable says they said that your refund may be smaller than usual this year, which is kind of crazy. And it's because we have a change in tax code lowered.
"sro" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"So I'll be back with core motor sports, and in the Ford, Mustang GT four there where we finished second in championship last year and looking to move one one step up the grid this year, but tell me about this. You know, the the pronunciation is gonna get kicked around the blown panic. You know, the Frenchman the blank pain GT world challenge America championship you're going to be involved with racers edge motorsports. In that. This is just another arm of what you do. Because one thing I've admired about you. Kyle is the fact that you seem to be very versatile, and you can run a number of different series in different formulas. So this is another another new task for you the season, right? Yeah. Yeah. I appreciate that. In in looking forward to it Ford to to being back in GT three car there. This would be the first time in me. Accurate, a sex of fair race against the car all season last year while I was in the Lexus, right? We've got a test plan just after Daytona. And and in the first race in that shaping ships beginning March Kyle Marcellin race line radio. The one thing I think we all have to understand is this even goes back to grass roots at local speedways and things like that you guys wouldn't be allowed to or wouldn't be able to go back and forth between different sanctions and different series. Unless there was some you know, homologation that's the big word of the rules. I mean the rules have to be close. I mean, sometimes they're not sometimes it requires different cars. But generally, a making a horrible statement here of generalization that for the most part at this level of the sport in this arm of the sport the rules are close enough together to allow you guys to go in run different series. You know at the same time. Good point. So the SRO is the sanctioning body of the bunk pain GT world challenge and insa and the two of a pretty good job as a recently to not but had been to avoid schedule conflicts. You know, it's a small community and teams and drivers you need and want the.
"sro" Discussed on Unchained
"That's their decision. Not ours. I think the the the idea that a lot of people signed up accounted Toby. I mean, where has anybody verified that claim? I mean, how would how would would you know, how would Shad? No that. I don't think I don't remember what he said in a blog post. I'm pretty sure Hobie out of respect and confidentially -ality for their clients would not be disclosing that type of stuff if it if it even happened. So nobody's verified it. It's just it up. Yeah. I mean, we'll in his life post. He said something that Halley verified it with the actual perpetrators or maybe purchases the wrong word. But anyway, actually, I want to move onto the bitcoin ETF because like that kind of us guys have alluded to that. At the conversation. I think it's really important topic. So one of the main reasons you're Tf application was rejected had to do with the unregulated nature of the crypto cash markets. And obviously Gemini itself has rules at oversight. But more than ninety five percent of all crypto trading volume still happens offshore on unregulated unregulated exchanges. And you said in your in your AMA on Reddit recently that you're still committed to making the Tf reality. So how do you plan to overcome this hurdle to get the SEC comfortable that the underlying markets are not prone to manipulation? So the the the quick answer is is answering their call in requests for more surveillance on the crypto marketplace. And we've started to do that with the virtual commodity association SRO in bringing NASDAQ smarts technology to our marketplace. And those are the step in the right direction to getting regulators comfortable with eventually approving in ETF light product. And so also now to argue against my last question, I want to also ask about SEC Commissioner Hester pierces dissent from the rejection of your ATF. She said that the SEC's decision basically rested on an incorrect interpretation of the regulations, she was saying that the regulation instructs the commission to determine whether the rules of the exchange are among other things. Quote, designed to prevent fraudulent and manipulative acts and.
Larry Olsen, SRO and Houston discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Of welcome back to school cinema. County let's have a great year, Qatada rohnert park, unified school, district learning, for a lifetime committed to the future Six twelve at k. SRO
Northern Kentucky Joins Nationwide Hepatitis A Outbreak
"Louisville resident has died from hepatitis a. that brings the total number of people who have. Died from the infection in Jefferson County it's a five with the number. Of cases approaching six hundred this year there have been eight hepatitis Abe, related deaths across Kentucky health officials said The outbreak is centered in the city's homeless. Population along with illegal drug users? Experts said the best way to protect yourself is. To get
SRO, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Occurred hi, I'm Kevin Durant and this is where warriors won, a championship here, sorrow, Santa, Rosa Sherry Preston prosecutors in the Bank fraud trial of former, Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort or laying out their closing arguments right now ABC's Meghan Hughes, has the latest the attorney. For the government Greg Andres told jurors that Paul Manafort, is Aligarh saying
California wildfire becomes second largest in state history
"Rosa that has opened up some of just a small of slow down as. You approach the highway twelve intersection but it continues slow past. The twelve up to, college avenue and other than that no major incidents or. Accidents to report. At this time but check back we're going to have, another report at eight forty five and we'll see what's fresh then, Daniel Tracinda's now with your forecast Hot warm temperatures for this week today topping out at ninety five expected to. Get, hotter and. Certain inland areas seventy on the coast clear skies tonight low fifty four round ninety four tomorrow maybe just shy of that seventy, s on the coast temperatures this, morning in the fifties approaching sixty degrees in rohnert park fifty. Four Petaluma fifty four at sixty one in Guerneville fifty seven in Windsor and fifty six in Santa Rosa it is eight thirty eight at k SRO and let's go to the Mendocino complex fires now the. Second largest wildfire in state history just behind the Thomas fire. That happened down in, southern California last December and because there is only about. Eight thousand acres. Separating the two we have every reason to believe that, the Mendocino complex fire will become the largest foiled fire in cali- -fornia history the two fires have now destroyed over seven two hundred. Seventy three thousand acres that's the river and the ranch and the latest numbers this morning from Cal fire say there. Is a thirty percent total containment between the two fires and governor. Brown addressing the issue of the fire situation throughout California says it's not going to improve any time soon Trend new normal, and we've got to deal with in review Humanly financially and governmentally and yes, now the second largest fire in California history A Santa Rosa working alignment for PG any is dead twenty one. Year old Jerry is a yadda was killed in a vehicle accident on Saturday the utility. Says I was working, in rural Shasta county near the car fire restoring power when the accident happened a gofundme page set up. For to help his family has raised more than eighteen thousand dollars so far I bet that's gonna go up an investigation. Under way after a Sandra fell police officer shot a suspect with a knife it happened last night, about nine o'clock police cordoned off the streets in the area around Verde, street and they tried to talk the man down suspect went after the cops thirty minutes into the. Standoff prompting the officer to shoot officials say paramedics took the suspect. Marin, general he has potentially life threatening injuries Ed investigation that's more than a dozen arrests were made Sunday in Berkeley as alright demonstrators clashed with counter protesters in. The streets Mark Mayfield has more Police say, several, small fires were started and they confiscated things like rocks and hammers from protesters protest came just a day after another right wing rally in, Portland Oregon and a week ahead of the planned unite the right gathering in Washington, DC that, rally is, set to take place near the White House and it's being led by the same group behind last year's deadly chaos in Charlottesville Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio and. DMV expanding its hours once again and the. Several DMV offices around the state are going.
Senate Intel probes experts on election interference amid renewed concerns of 2018
"Said to contain the remains of fifty five, Americans last week the war dead or being, transferred to Hawaii where the former process of identification will. Begin vice President Mike Pence will be on hand to receive them. In a statement Pence noted that he is the son of, a Korean war combat veteran and, called this. Occasion deeply humbling two US senators are introducing a Bill that would require the census to ask Americans about their sexual orientation. And gender identity Brian shook. Reports on that the, democratic Senator say having that data would help the federal government provide better services for the LGBTQ community, senators, Kamala Harris California and Tom Carper of Delaware introduced the. Census equality act it would require those questions be included in the long questionnaire That goes to, about one in every thirty eight households by. The twenty thirty census Brian shook NBC News Radio and social media experts will brief the Senate intelligence committee, today on the latest foreign influence operations aimed, at midterm elections the open hearing will focus on how. Foreign intelligence agencies are using social media platforms to conduct influence on. Campaigns today's hearing comes a day after Facebook told congress the, social media giant has removed more, than thirty. Fake pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram Facebook said it moved after determining the fake accounts and pages were engaged in. Political efforts to influence the. November election sentence in, the hazing story a former Penn State university fraternity brother getting three months of house arrest for his, role, in the 2017 seventeen hazing death of a pledge Ryan. Burke was sentenced yesterday after pleading guilty to nine misdemeanor charges In the death of. Timothy Piazza the nineteen year old pledge was ordered to drink alcohol fell repeatedly including wants down the stairs he injured his brain ruptured his spleen, Burke is the first to be sentenced, in that case the other twenty five defendants all pled not guilty and are, awaiting trial in February. It is six twenty five at k. SRO let's check your traffic Tom Scott the story on, that yeah we've. Got the usual soul going.
National Mutt Day is the holiday that's so special, it's celebrated twice a year
"Forty five at ks SRO today is a day I can celebrate Tom but you can't How's that well it's, national mutt day Or national mixed breed dog, day I'm not talking about. Us personally but about our. Precious. Pups, yours is a fancy one. Yes, yeah he's fancy but show dog yeah. But it's not national, show dog day it's national mutt day all about. Embracing, saving and celebrating mixed breed dogs well that's great about eighty percent of, the dogs in shelters are mixed breed and all of. Them are? Looking, for a forever home Reminder today Hugo that's a nice.
Jaguar escapes, kills 6 animals at New Orleans zoo
"Slash back behind bars a three year old jaguar after escaping from its enclosure at the audubon zoo in new orleans early this morning management says his staffers so the wildcat loose before the zoo opened it was sedated and secured but it had already been on the hunt says dr kyle burks audubon zoo vp while there were no human injuries we did suffer the loss of four apopka one emu and one fox that lived in nearby habitats they were attacked and did not survive audubon zoo curator says they are investigating how jaguar got out and ads about the killings that he's a young male jaguar and he was doing jaguars do the office space sharing company we work says it is no longer serving red or white meat at company events and it won't allow employees to expense meals that include those meets battling back to the very top less than a year after giving birth serena williams lost the wimbledon ladies singles championship against germany's angie kerber in straight sets six three six three it was super encourage aging to know that i can compete and to do well this is covers third grand slam winter playing against serena's always on offer me i mean she's the best best player on the world champion to play against her especially to finance is always really special go back djokovic rafael nidal to reach tomorrow's men's final at the all england club he will face kevin anderson this is abc news if you have frequent heartburn take control of it with practice echo tc instead of stashing in acids everywhere like in your junk drawer buried under old batteries and hotel pens or your purse hiding in the one pocket you won't check you even have antacids on your nightstand which are very hard to see in the dark siamese stop stashing in acids and started taking one pill a day twenty four hours zero hartberg it's possible with practical use as directed for fourteen days not for media relief chuck sivertsen abc news for the local news you need depend on chaos arose pat kerrigan vice mayor chris rogers is here quite the announcement from santa rosa mayor chris corser got five four months of having a full council people working together we need to go out and make sure that whoever does replace the mayor on the council back beer is somebody who has that shares vision and pot of elbow at a lot of time counties news josh hello with saddam counties most accurate dependable forecast here's stacey james on the ks sro weather watch filling in on your ceo's mostly clear skies tonight low fifty four fifty two on the shores partly cloudy for sunday at seventy eight sixty two on the coast monday a few clouds at eighty three sixty eight embiid databa tuesday a few clouds at eighty two sixty eight on the coastline depend on whether every thirty minutes on fm news talk one zero three five and ninety four five k sro welcome to art bell somewhere in time tonight featuring coast to.
FBI agent leaves Capitol Hill after marathon 10-hour testimony
"Agility training daycare and dog cat and small animal boarding to no one loves your pets like you do but nobody cares for your pets like they do at paradise pet resort so come party on the plaza this friday five to eight with the soul shine blues band please county klay thompson dollar hey this is steph curry hi i'm kevin durant and this is where the warriors won a championship hey sro santa rosa from abc news i'm richard cantu for nine hours fbi agent peter struck who's antitrump texts got kicked off special counsel robert muller's russia probe has been testifying before joint meeting of the house oversight and judiciary committee's fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill resident from criticising british prime minister theresa may's negotiations and leaving the european union telling the sun newspaper that it isn't what the britain's voted for much differently i actually told theresa may had to do it but she didn't agree with she didn't listen to him in president also warns may of trying to stay close to the the eu they do that i would say that that would probably in major trade relationship with the president meets with prime minister made morrow a us official confirms to abc news austin texas has been selected as headquarters city of the army's new futures command where military technologies will be developed an announcement coming tomorrow the author of a two thousand seventeen book about the nineteen fifty five lynching a fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi says he handed over all his investigation materials to the fbi duke university historian timothy tyson questions why the justice department has reopened the case there's nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted caroline dunham the white woman who claimed till whistle letter and after four date as saying her testimony was not truthful on wall street the dow closed up two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq was one gain one zero seven you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era dabbles awardwinning technology gets.
FDA Chronic Pain Hearing is Today
"Of protests dot com ask about the adult protest suspects because what would you do if you baby caught this seven forty nine at k sro i'm pat kerrigan with ted stevens and in the news this morning let's get you updated on the story that everybody's talking about and that of course is the rescue in thailand at least eight boys are safe at this hour after being rescued from that flooded cave divers rescued four boys yesterday more than two weeks after twelve members of a soccer team and their coach got trapped in the cave complex another four boys have been rescued today the boys have been rushed to hospitals as the first four were they are being treated for dehydration malnutrition and the other effects of being trapped underground for fifteen days harrowing really a president trump's top advisor on choosing a supreme court nominee says he's not concerned about conservative push pushback against the president's shortlist every potential nominee before now downswing gets concerns expressed about them by people who might ultimately support them people aren't always familiar with direct sometimes people say things about one nominee because they favor another on abc's this week leo leonard or leonard leo that is said although there is opposition now many of those senators will eventually vote for the nominee president trump will be announcing this pick for the supreme court tonight and leo says he is confident the nominee will be confirmed before the midterm elections the food and drug administration will hold a public meeting on chronic pain medication today a number of chronic pain patients say state and federal campaigns to reduce opioid abuse and addiction are leaving some of them are able to work bedridden and suicidal today's meeting will focus on developing chronic pain drugs and the challenges facing people who suffer with chronic pain the meeting follows the cdc report in april that the health agency overestimated the number of americans who died from prescription opioid overdoses senator jeff flake is hoping to reassure united states nato allies that the us remains committed to the alliance they know how important this nato alliance is particularly if you're in say latvia which we were they're very concerned about what they're here on cnn state of the union the arizona republican said that while he was glad president trump was pressuring member states to increase their defense spending many member states are concerned with the rhetoric coming from the trump administration flake is just returned from the multinational trip throughout europe where he met with leaders of several nato allies it is seven fifty two at ks ro reports are surfacing about a us effort to weaken a world health assembly resolution in support of breastfeeding being best for babies instead pushing the interests of formula companies the new york times reports ecuador introduced the resolution at a meeting in geneva in may but the us threatened to pull military aid and slap trade sanctions on if ecuador didn't withdraw the measure the us delegation apparently took issue with the wording that nation's protect promote and support breastfeeding and limit inaccurate marketing of breast milk substitutes ecuador and other countries backed off but russia went ahead and introduced it the us as it was just trying to eliminate hurdles for mothers seeking nutrition for their babies secretary of state mike pompeo has a response to north korean media reports that the us entered nuclear talks over the weekend with quote gangster like mindset with a gangster like mindset pompeii said that if.
Judge largely rules for California in 'sanctuary state' fight
"In the eighties for most of the weekend today topping out of eighty four sixty nine on the coast mostly cloudy above us few clouds tonight low fifty two mid eighties for both saturday and sunday with mostly sunny skies round seventy though if you're on the coast and this morning temperatures mid to upper fifties for most of us fifty nine in windsor it's fifty eight degrees in petaluma and fifty eight in santa rosa to six oh seven at k sro in the news a federal judge is rejecting the trump administration's request to block california immigration laws the federal government sued the state in march claiming the california cannot obstruct immigration enforcement efforts bypassing socalled sanctuary laws yesterday's ruling onto laws by us judge in sacramento said the court was not convinced the state laws were intended to interfere with federal immigration enforcement meanwhile the judge put third sanctuary law on hold anna the county fires burning in yellow and napa counties it's now at pardon me eighty eight thousand acres and containment is up to thirty three percent the number of firefighters battling the blaze as of yesterday is increased to more than four thousand and the number of engines fighting the flames now to three hundred forty up from two hundred eighty no injuries have been reported the party fire scheduled to be fully contained by tomorrow now cal fire says we're pushing that back until tuesday and there's another one a fast moving fire in siskiyou county forcing evacuations and the governor has declared a state of emergency they're cal fire says the five thousand acre klamath on fire has destroyed several several structures is threatening more in horn brook a tiny town of about two hundred fifty people blaze broke out thursday around noon and exploded two.
SRO on leave after accidentally firing gun in school
"Tonight after he accidentally fired his service weapon and sign of george washington middle school crystal no sal a spokeswoman for the alexandria police department after nine am a school resource officer accidentally discharged his firearm in his office at gw middle school he immediately checked the area to make sure no one was injured and then reported the incident to his supervisors and to school staff the officer whose name has not been made public as a five year veteran of the alexandria police department the former student charged with killing seventeen people at marjory stoneman douglas high school last month could receive the death penalty of convicted nncholas cruises scheduled for formal arraignment tomorrow on a thirty four count indictment including seventeen first degree murder charges cruises attorneys have said that he would plead guilty if the death penalty was not pursued the action by prosecutors today though does not necessarily mean a plea deal will not be reached the only other penalty option for cruise is life in prison with no possibility of parole outgoing secretary of state rex tillerson speaking with reporters following the announcement by the president this morning that tillerson was fired and nominating cia director mike pump peyot to take his place received a call today from the president of the united states had little afternoon time from air force one also spoken to white house chief of staff kelly to ensure we have clarity as to the days ahead tillerson's full speech wwl dot com pompeo is to be replaced at the cia by jean hess bell pompeo's deputies at cia she'd be the first woman in that role amazon is recalling two hundred sixty thousand amazon basics portable chargers after reports that they can overheat or cause fires burns the consumer product safety commission says that amazon received fifty three reports of the chargers overheating including one from a customer who said they were burned by battery acid there were also four reports of property damage due to fire and spoke the cps says customers should stop using the chargers and contact amazon for a refund amazon says it's also in the process of contacting customers checking your money tonight the dow finished the day down one hundred seventy two points the sp five hundred down eighteen the nasdaq down seventy seven wma al traffic and weather next great wma al go set up your amazon echo mark mark levin weeknights six to nine for one time setup say alexa enabled wma l skill to listen to say alexa open wma l details at wm al.