17 Burst results for "Senator Sarah"

"senator sarah" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on WTOP

"Taking away the right lane. There's been trouble. Earlier downtown was inbound on chain bridge about mid span. There was a crash that have been blocking the right lane. Jack Taylor. W T o p. Traffic Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Ricketts. We have some dense fog out there this morning, but the main concern is going to be the black ice that is out there. Please be careful writing around early this morning, especially bridges, ramps and overpasses. We'll have Mix of seven clowns out there. Today. Temperatures are going to rise into the low to mid forties as we head into the overnight we're back in the twenties and thirties could have a few light passing snow or rain showers. Spotty at best, otherwise clouds around tomorrow temperatures in the low to mid forties, we say in the letter mid forties on Wednesday and Thursday, Sunshine returns I'm storm team for meteorologists Lauren Records right now. Still 33 Annandale 37, though in college Park all day he comes in at 30 degrees and outside of our studios at the moment 35 degrees. It's 9 11. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe is raise more money at this point in his campaign for a second term than any previous candidate for governor, McAuliffe says this morning 9000 people from all 133 of Virginia states and counties. Have given money to his campaign. He says more than 90% of the donations were for less than $100. But he also noted he's gotten support from four large unions. McAuliffe has now raised more than $6 million as he prepares to run for a second four year term as the Commonwealth's chief executive for other Democrats to Republicans are also running. The primaries are still five months away The general election November 2nd, Virginia's legislative leaders have chosen 62 finalists for the eight citizen seats on the state's new Districting commission. Richmond Times Dispatch says most of the finalists chosen by Democrats come from cities and most chosen by Republicans come from rural areas. Five retired state judges will choose the eight citizen members by the 15th of this month. When the 44th session of the General Assembly opens in Annapolis this month. Some of an original counties representatives plan to hit the ground running with new legislation and minority leader Brian Simonaire pre filed nine bills and one of them would allow the state to grant property tax credits to businesses during the state of emergency, such as the pandemic delegates. Aneka Henson would like legislation focus on social justice. One of her bills focuses on reducing sentences for parents, who are jailed for failure to pay child support. Senator Sarah Alfred wants lawmakers to pass legislation for Focusing on access to the Internet. Almost a dozen and Randall County lawmakers pre.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"A police officer in the fatal shooting of a black teenager. Officer Joseph MENSA allegedly shot Alvin Cole outside a mall in February. Hurricane Delta, maybe down to count one strength, but Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards says coastal residents should still prepare for a major storm to arrive on Friday. Hurricane Watch has been issued for just about the entire Louisiana coast. No one should let their guard down. He says that President Trump is ready to sign a pre landfall emergency declaration. You're listening to our top story. The rate of covert 19 infections continues to rise in Oregon over the last week, the number of new cases increased 3%. The number of positive test increased slightly to 6.3% health officials want that number below 5%. 25. We're going into head covert 19 died, which is an increase of 18 people over the previous week. Today, two more people died from Cove in 19 and 305 newly confirmed cases are reported. Cheering and Senate's conduct committee takes no action on a complaint about Democrats State Senator Sarah Gaelle, Sir 11 90 KXAS Michael Desmond reports. The complaint alleged. Senator Gale sir interfered with capital staffer Lower Hansen taking a mental health day last December and that the senator retaliated against her because she complained. Senate Committee on conduct cochair Democrat Floyd Brzezinski. The committee did not find that the respondent interfered with the impact of parties protective leave, and the committee did not find that the respondent retaliated. Elsa reported the issue after Hansen sent her a text complaining about a toxic work environment investigator found no violations of Senate conduct rules and the committee agreed unanimously. Boldon City Commissioner Joanne Hardisty is looking for ideas to bring change to the way Portland is run that includes the Police, the government and city agencies. This system leaves as Campli disproportionately targeting communities of color on people experience a mental health prices. Hardisty has created rethink Portland a process to bring those ideas together. The website is rethink Portman dot com. She wants to take the ideas and put them into action when the City Council updates its budget. This fall. Josephine County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a fatal shooting at a marijuana grow and grants past. Police responded early Monday morning and found a woman with gunshot wounds. She is hospitalized and expected to survive. A man was found at the grow operation suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. No arrests have been made. I'm brand Ford News Radio 11 90 kg X I can't believe we have to make this commercial. It's ridiculous. You'll.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Near north Vancouver way and middle field road. When firefighters arrived the van was engulfed in flames. This neighbor tells K to news a lot of vehicles in that area have been there a long time. Never. Investigators say the two who died appear to be living in the van it appears the fire started near a side door. They were bikes on the back door of the van that kept those doors from opening investigators say there does not appear to be signs of foul play. But the cause is still under investigation. Four people were injured in a stabbing early this morning in southeast Portland of the suspect died following an officer involved shooting. It happened near southeast one hundred thirty I in Powell police found two stabbing victims outside of a home in two victims were inside with the suspect. Tina Jones with Portland police say officers confronted the suspect who had a woman at knifepoint. There is an infant and the residents who is safe and unharmed police were able to remove the infant before they dealt with the suspect three men and a woman were hospitalized for stab wounds. Their conditions have been released and the Oregon Senate unanimously passed a Bill that will help prevent children from being abused while in daycare eleven ninety K E Xs Bradford reports if a child care provider has a history of abuse in Oregon, and they care for three or fewer children. They don't have to read. Destroy and go through a background. Check state Senator Sarah Gardner says and even apply for registered sex offenders current law does not allow that prohibition for registered sex offenders, providing in think care was unanimous. When it passed a Bill requires unlicensed childcare providers with histories of abuse to enroll in the central background registry. I'm Bob Williams. Newsradio eleven ninety K. X bluecross blueshield believe.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News. Good afternoon. I'm Bradford with our top local story. Thirty four is now reopened east of Corvallis to westbound lanes and one eastbound lane getting by the bypass remains closed due to flooding. There is substantial damage to the shoulder of the road and driver should expect delays. The flood watch for the Portland area's ban lifted but the rivers were running high and they're carrying tons of debris, including logs docs, and tents from homeless camps. Makes its way down the water levels decrease it settle somewhere or some of it makes it all the way out to the ocean. Bureau tales K two news at the rivers may be receding, but they're still dangerous for boaters a protester who suffered a broken nose during a police arrests will get no money from the city of Portland today. Mcadoo jury found that police did not use excessive force against some Brown. Sqi? It was sixty six years old when they tackled her to the ground during downtown protest in February of two thousand seventeen the officer involved testified he did not intend to harm brow. Sqi ACLU filed a lawsuit on behalf asking for two hundred thousand dollars for physical and emotional damages. So Brassey testifying that she was trying to help an older woman who had been knocked to the ground when she was hit a man is holed up. Inside of a Salem house for several hours last night and happened near ferry street and twenty second street southeast a woman in the house had a restraining order against thirty two year old Justin Stevens the woman got out of the house safely. But Stephen said he had a gun and officers would have to kill him swat responded and after several hours enter the house to find Stevens hiding he was arrested without incident. Out of state facilities care for eighty-five, Oregon faster children and a facility in Butte, Montana, run by Katya was found to be injecting. Children with Benadryl to control them state. Senator Sarah Geller told the story of a nine year old girl who never got a follow up from DHS dropped her off last October. No one besides her mother. An attorney have been to see her director fair Boris pox arrest says they have taken action as of nest when's the April third we stop sending children Katya. They have also launched a review of all third party facilities that are caring for children outside of Oregon and investigations ongoing into a fire that forced evacuations at a warehouse. Firefighters responded to the warehouse on south west one hundred fifteenth avenue last night on reports of a fire possibly involving hazardous materials. Get us think the blaze may have been sparked by lithium batteries. No one was hurt. Nasa has studied how space affects the body after comparing twins. Dr Brian pending of providence in Portland was the lead author. He says the goal was to compare how you're in space affected astronaut Scott Kelly compared to his twin brother Mark who stayed on her a lot of the genes that that got activated or part of his DNA damage response or as radiation response. And these are the same genes.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Sheriff's deputies say a suspect accused of assaulting a woman in salmon creek was found dead inside a home deputies were called to northeast tenth avenue in one forty nine th street last. Last night by a woman who says her boyfriend assaulted her as ws approach the home to contact the suspect gunshots from inside the swat team was called in when the enter the house. They found the suspect dead. His name has not been released. The Oregon legislature has reached a settlement with nine women who say they were sexually harassed at the state capital eleven Xs Bradford has more investigation into sexual harassment of the Oregon state capital started. When state Senator Sarah gals for accused Senator Jeff crews and sexual misconduct. Crews resigned his seat the Oregon bureau of labor and industries launched an investigation found several women had been harassed by a variety of people at the capital. It was determined to be a hostile work environment. Nine women are part of the one point one billion dollars settlement. The legislature is now considering bills to correct the problem. One Bill would create an equity office that would handle the complaints and sexual harassment training for everyone working at the capital is North Korea gearing up its long range missile program. Once again for an experts reportedly say, so it was Tom rivers reports from the foreign desk, South Korea's national intelligence. Services provided the assessment about the Tung Chung relaunch side to lawmakers during a private briefing. There's been no immediate response from the north a website. Specializing in North Korean studies sites commercial satellite imagery is indicating that efforts to rebuild some structures at the site started sometime after mid February US customs and border protection says children and families are crossing the southern border in record numbers border officials released new arrest data on Tuesday. Brian Hastings is the US border patrol chief of operations seventy percent of all those were resting or from the northern triangle, water Malla, all Salvador, Honduras agents, apprehended more than thirty six thousand families up more than three hundred percent over the same time period last year, CJ McCollum scored twenty seven points and Damian Lillard twenty four but the trailblazers fell one twenty to one eleven to the grizzlies in Memphis. The blazers will host Oklahoma City tomorrow night coverage of the game begins at five thirty with tip off at seven thirty. On the home of the blazers rip city sports radio six twenty. I'm Anna, Eriksson, NewsRadio eleven ninety. Watch.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Resistant, depression, it is called spur. Vodka and contains a chemical cousin of the party drug known as ketamine and Columbia University psychiatry, professor doctor John man, says the new drug works. It's fast acting, but it does have side effects people use it have used ketamine and other forms, Patty drug. I'm so you feel a bit unreal. The world around you feel. It's a bit. Unreal. Things may seem a little distorted may become a little paranoid. It works by restoring brain cells in patients with depression. But because in high doses it can cause the same effects as the party drug ketamine. It cannot be self administered Johnson and Johnson says patients will take the drug only under supervision. The Oregon legislature has reached a settlement with nine women who say they were sexually harassed at the state capital investigation into sexual harassment of the Oregon state capital started. When state Senator Sarah Galster accused Senator Jeff crews of sexual misconduct. Crews resigned his seat Oregon bureau of labor and industries launched an investigation and found several women had been harassed by a variety of people at the capital. It was determined to be a hostile work environment. Nine women are part of the one point one billion dollar settlement. The legislature is now considering bills to correct the problem Bill would create an equity office that would handle the complaints and sexual harassment training for everyone working in the capital. Bradford ABC news, Portland. Oregon a workplace safety expert says there is no. No doubt that businesses need to make active shooter plans. Brian hammer chairs the American society of safety professionals technical report committee says people don't realize how fast the number of workplace shootings is growling according to FBI statistics from two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen we've had a fifty percent increase over that time period. And more importantly, the number of deaths is actually three times the previous hot hammer says companies need to develop active shooter response plans by assessing their risks..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Anything else just? Wouldn't be smart. A Senator is pushing legislation that would allow states to make their own decisions about marijuana sales without federal intervention the federal government still categorizes marijuana as an illegal dangerous drug, even though most states now allow it to be obtained for recreational or medical use. So Senator Ron Wyden. A democrat from Oregon where hemp is produced is proposing legislation to give states the freedom to allow legal cannabis markets without the threat of a federal criminal crackdown. Their proposal would take marijuana off the federal controlled substances list. Remove criminal penalties for people and businesses and reduce barriers for marijuana businesses to get access to banking. Jackie quinn. Washington exodus forty seven days away and the British government. Asking lawmakers to give Prime Minister Theresa may more time to work out a new deal for the divorce with the EU. News and analysis, townhall dot com. State senators filed a Bill to name June twenty eighth freedom of the press day in honor of the five journalists killed in the capital gazette newspaper shooting the capital gazette says state Senator Sarah Elfriede has filed the Bill that measure states, the right to a free press, quote is threatened in the United States and around the world by acts of violence and dangerous irresponsible rhetoric, unquote. The Bill also says June twenty eighth twenty eighteen would memorialize those five slain journalists and honor all Maryland. Journalists state Senator Alfred says all forty seven senators have signed the Bill correspondent Andrew Stewart. Hollywood stars in British royalty gathered in London for the British Academy film awards where the favourite is living up to its name leading the race patrol. The Royal tragic comedy has twelve nominations including best picture, but the UK equivalent of the Oscars. More on these stories at townhall dot com. You're about to embark on an audio adventure in which nothing is off limits politics movies organized crime and the social issues that really irk you. It's.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on WTRH

"Rhonda. Senator Elizabeth Warren says the system is rigged against millions of Americans rigged by the wealthy and well connected. Hard working people are up against a small group that holds far too much power not just in our economy, but also in our democracy. The Massachusetts Democrat officially announced her candidacy for her party's nomination for president Saturday morning at a rally in her hometown of Lawrence shortly afterwards. The Trump campaign issued a statement citing the senators past claims to native American heritage. Meanwhile, another democrat Senator Minnesota's Amy klobuchar expected to formally announce her candidacy on Sunday in Washington this weekend talks are grinding on over funding. The government house speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly set to endorse a split the difference deal. It looks like it might be on track to give President Trump at least some barriers on the southern border. The deadline to come up with an agreement. Both sides can sign off on is next Friday. A Maryland state Senator has filed a Bill to name June twenty eighth freedom of the press day in honor of five journalists killed at a newspaper office the capital. Gazette says state Senator Sarah Elfriede has filed the Bill the measure states the right to a free press, quote is threatened in the United States and around the world by acts. Violence and dangerous irresponsible rhetoric, unquote. The Bill also says June twenty eighth twenty eighteen would memorialize those five slain journalists and honor all Maryland. Journalists state Senator Alfred says all forty seven senators have signed the Bill or respondent injured reports. Elfriede also says a member of the house of delegates is working on a house version of the measure Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax reaffirming his decision. Not to resign..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"By the wealthy and the well connected. Hard working people are up against a small group that holds far too much power not just in our economy, but also in our democracy. The Massachusetts Democrat officially announced her candidacy for her party's nomination for president Saturday morning at a rally in her hometown of Lawrence shortly afterwards. The Trump campaign issued a statement citing the senators past claims to native American heritage. Meanwhile, another democrat Senator Minnesota's Amy klobuchar expected to formally announce her candidacy on Sunday in Washington this weekend talks are grinding on over funding. The government house speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly set to endorse a split the difference deal. It looks like it might be on track to give President Trump at least some barriers on the southern border. The deadline to come up with an agreement. Both sides can sign off on is next Friday. A Maryland state Senator has filed a Bill to name June twenty eighth freedom of the press day in honor of five journalists killed at a newspaper office the capital. Gazette says state Senator Sarah Elfriede has filed the Bill the measure states the right to a free press, quote is threatened in the United States and around the world by. Violence and dangerous irresponsible rhetoric, unquote. The Bill also says June twenty eighth twenty eighteen would memorialize those five slain journalists and honor all Maryland. Journalists state Senator Alfred says all forty seven senators have signed the Bill correspondent Andrew Stewart reports Elfriede also says a member of the house of delegates is working on a house version of the measure Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax reaffirming his decision. Not to resign..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of Americans ringed by the wealthy and the well connected. Hard working people are up against a small group that holds far too much power not just in our economy. But also in our democracy. The Massachusetts Democrat officially announced her candidacy for her party's nomination for president Saturday morning at a rally in her hometown of Lawrence shortly afterwards. The Trump campaign issued a statement citing the senators past claims to native American heritage. Meanwhile, another democrat Senator Minnesota's Amy klobuchar expected to formally announce her candidacy on Sunday in Washington this weekend talks are grinding on over funding. The government house speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly set to endorse a split the difference deal. It looks like it might be on track to give President Trump at least some barriers on the southern border. The deadline to come up with an agreement. Both sides can sign off on is next Friday. A Maryland state Senator is filed to build to name June twenty eighth freedom of the press day in honor of five journalists killed at a newspaper office the capital. Gazette says state Senator Sarah Elfriede has filed the Bill that measure states the right to a free press, quote is threatened in the United States and around the world by. Acts of violence and dangerous irresponsible rhetoric, unquote. The Bill also says June twenty eighth twenty eighteen would memorialize those five slain journalists and honor all Maryland. Journalists state Senator Alfred says all forty seven senators have signed the Bill correspondent injury Stewart reports Elfriede also says a member of the house of delegates is working on a house version of the measure Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax reaffirming his decision. Not to resign..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Senator. Elizabeth Warren says the system is rigged against millions of Americans ringed by the wealthy and the well connected. Hard working people are up against a small group that holds far too much power not just in our economy, but also in our democracy. The Massachusetts Democrat officially announced her candidacy for her party's nomination for president Saturday morning at a rally in her hometown of Lawrence shortly afterwards. The Trump campaign issued a statement citing the senators past claims to native American heritage. Meanwhile, another democrat Senator Minnesota's Amy klobuchar expected to formally announce her candidacy on Sunday in Washington this weekend talks are grinding on over funding. The government house speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly set to endorse a split the difference deal. It looks like it might be on track to give President Trump least some barriers on the southern border. The deadline to come up with an agreement. Both sides can sign off on is next Friday. A Maryland state Senator has filed a Bill to name June twenty eighth freedom of the press Dane honor of five journalists killed at a newspaper office the capital. Gazette says state Senator Sarah Elfriede has filed the Bill the measure Sates the right to a free press, quote is threatened in the United States and around the world by. Acts of violence and dangerous irresponsible rhetoric, unquote. The Bill also says June twenty eighth twenty eighteen would memorialize those five slain journalists and honor all Maryland. Journalists state Senator Alfred says all forty seven senators have signed the Bill correspondent Andrew Stewart reports Elfriede also says a member of the house of delegates is working on a house version of the measure Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax reaffirming his decision. Not to resign. After two women came forward with accusations of sexual assault. Moore at townhall dot com. If you're planning a wedding or engagement party.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Heat for days. I'm Jan Johnson. WMA L news at five. Oh, two. I'm steve. Well, many are calling Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam to resign over a racist photo from nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. Some argue it would be better for him to stay on ABC's this week former Virginia democratic Representative Jim Moran said rush to judgment before we know all of the facts, and before we've considered all of the consequences Moran said should not resign. Because he thinks there's an issue of redemption, he said, even if the worst case scenario is true. There's an issue of redemption. Which is a powerful factor in what people are able to accomplish on the same program. NWEA C P president Derrick Johnson said north should resign. No matter what we've had ample opportunity as Lieutenant governor doing a Charlottesville incident and many other times prior to now to disclose that he has changed his ways the five people killed when a man opened fire and the capital gazette newsroom last summer may soon be honored with a special day. Maryland, Senator Sarah Elfriede filed a Bill that would designate June twenty eighth this freedom of the press day. The Bill says the day would memorialized Gerald Fishman Rebecca Smith, rob hyacinth, John McNamara and Wendy winners as well as honoring all Maryland journalists the game starts at six thirty. And if you're looking to throw a few back during the Super Bowl tonight, you certainly won't be alone. Kurt Erichsen is the president of the Washington regional alcohol program. He says Super Bowl Sunday is a big day for drinking and drunk driving up there in the annals of most drunk drunk driving holidays, maybe a little shy of New Year's. But certainly rivals that for Saint Patrick's Day and Halloween. He says nearly half of all traffic deaths over Super Bowl weekend involved drunk drivers. Unfortunately, he says it's not within his nonprofits means to offer free rides through the sober ride program to women are recovering today after being attacked by dogs in a house of Montgomery County last night police say that when they got to the apartment one woman had already escaped but another was still being attacked by two dogs. The women were significantly injured, but are expected to survive the two dogs were shot and killed WMA. L news time five oh four now. W I mail, traffic and weather from the Hadid carpet cleaning traffic.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mark Warner and Tim Kaine saying statement, they talked to the governor from Virginia after his press conference yesterday telling them they no longer think he can effectively service constituents. They say he needs to step down. Immediately north homes about face on being in the controversial yearbook. Photo was a big mistake. According to poly SCI professor, Dr Steven Farnsworth at the university of Mary Washington. Make no mistake about it. The northern governorship is hanging by a thread today, the thin. Champs governor survived. This politically really is going to depend on people who can corroborate his story with respect to the yearbook says even if people do come forward to back north story up the governor will still have to grapple with the issue of admitting that he wore black face when he dressed up as Michael Jackson during a dance competition in med school. The five people killed when a man opened fire in the capital gazette newsroom last summer may soon be honored with a special day. Maryland state Senator Sarah Elfriede filed a Bill that would designate June twenty eighth as freedom of the press day to honor the journalists who lost their lives. If Howard county has its way, you'll be seeing fewer dear shivering in your backyard and the coming weeks within the sharp program, we do nighttime operations using a specially trained marksman and areas on county owned property to basically trying to attempt to manage to your population. Same Richardson with. The county parks department says the deer are attracted with bait before they harvested by sharpshooters their meat donated to local food banks. We often get complaints from people discussing the amount of deer, browsing damage on landscaping John. Matthew, talk WMA, Allen, WFAN dot com. WMA all news time four oh four. Here's your WMA. Al traffic and weather from the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For this is we're not looking at the birthday four route north. We're looking at the best thing for those individuals that and talk to the government we wanted to serve enough the most vulnerable the bag beyond ABC's this week north of about-face on being in the racist yearbook. Photo was a big mistake. According to political science, professor, Dr Steven Farnsworth at the university of Mary Washington. And even though northern refuses to resign. Make no mistake about it. The north and governorship is hanging by a thread today the. Chance that the governor survived. This politically really is going to depend on people who can corroborate his story with respect to the the yearbook. He says even if people do come forward. Corroborating that story that he wasn't in the photo north and still has to deal with the issue of wearing black bass when he dropped his Michael Jackson during a dance competition in nineteen Eighty-four President Donald Trump staying tight lipped about his second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN I won't tell you yet. But you'll be finding out probably state of the union or shortly before the meeting has said he's looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to it. We've made tremendous progress. Mr. Trump talking on CBS's face the nation. Super Bowl Sunday is a big day for football and also for eating and when you learn how much Americans elite today may blow your mind chicken wings are king when it comes to Super Bowl Sunday. The national chicken council says Americans will eat more than one point three billion wings. That's enough wings to circle the earth three times or four wings for every man woman and child in the US, pizza and chips are also top picks for the game. Millions of pizzas will be delivered today and enough chips have been sold to cross the US two and a half times. I'm Carey she maker and if you're eating and throwing a few back during the Super Bowl, you certainly won't be alone. President did the Washington regional alcohol program Kurt Erichsen says Super Bowl Sunday is a big day for drinking and also drunk driving up there in the annals of most drunk drunk driving holidays, maybe a little shy of New Year's, but certainly rivals that for Saint Patrick's Day and Halloween. He says nearly half of all traffic deaths over Super Bowl weekend involved drunk drivers. And unfortunately, Erikson says it's not within his nonprofits means to offer free rides the sober ride program June twenty eighth may be designated as freedom of the press day in Maryland to honor the five people killed when a gunman opened fire in the. Capital gazette newsroom last year. Saints Senator Sarah Elfriede filed a Bill to create the day in honor of them as well as all journalists in Maryland up next, traffic and weather on WMA Al new.

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"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Counts related to special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders, telling reporters outside of the White House this morning. It has nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the White House the charges include witness, tampering obstruction and lying to investigators say B C's Aaron Katersky. His attorney said Roger stone will fight the charges brought by special counsel. Robert Muller defense, attorney grant Smith told ABC news the charges amount to a clear attempt at silencing. Roger stone was arrested before dawn at his home in Fort Lauderdale, then accused of lying about us communications with WikiLeaks. The organization that released stolen democratic emails during the presidential campaign. Storm makes his first court appearance later this morning in Florida. Also later today, former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort appears in Washington DC courtroom on allegations of lying. Investigators. The two are among six Trump associates indicted in the Muller probe. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Support staff with Vancouver public schools will not be going on strike. The district says it reached a tentative agreement was support staff shortly after midnight this morning. School is resuming as usual police are still searching for a suspect in connection to a fight that led to a shooting in downtown Portland Tuesday afternoon. It happened in Lincolnian alley near the tunnel. Block of south West Broadway. Two people were wounded this win is Tulsky news. She saw it happen. Started drinking wine getting in a fight. You know, he tried to calm the guy down. And next thing. You know, we heard it go I was right there. When I heard the shots. The victims are expected to survive local and county governments in Oregon would face new harassment laws under changes being considered by the Oregon legislature state Senator Sarah, guests gal says there's currently a gap that keeps elected officials and volunteers from being covered by the law that is an unusual relationship between age between power and not power public and not. Public volunteers interns, unpaid people stipend did people Galster says the Bill would establish training and create a way for harassment to be reported that there would also be required. Follow up to make sure the harassment does not continue. And there was not retaliation White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders was reporters this morning about talk of a possible compromise to end the partial government shutdown laid out. Our proposal of not not what we want. It's what the people in the professionals at the border have said that they need in order to do their jobs. We're now in the thirty fifth day of the shutdown..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Now, an Australian Senator Sarah Hanson young has become the country's first sitting politician to launch legal action against an opponent. Fidanza mation young, who's from the greens parties, suing fellow Senator David line helm over series of comments he made across various media outlets. The esscalation comes after heated debate in the Senate during which line held told Hudson young to stop shacking men, Karen Middleton joins us on the line from camera. She's the chief political correspondent for the Saturday paper. Karen, tell us more about the basis of this extraordinary lucid. Well, this exchange came about because there was a debate in the Senate about violence against women and Sarah Hanson young had been participating in that debate. And as part of that died, lion hill suggests that she was making remarks disparaging of men. And so he called out and said, stop shaggy men. This is where this is all go- cheer now, but it's the fact that he made these comments in repeated them outside the parliament that's linked to the suit. Sarah Netanyahu has been threatening to take this legal action for some weeks. Now, it's been more than a month that these exchanges now have been going public and he she has now follow suit in the federal court here in a strike Leah to claiming that he has defined her. He said, she said that he misses her terminology, flush shamed that he was doing the humiliate very public and she's now fall the differentiation soon to that. They think now he has responded in public and said that it's nothing more than a. Tippet weaned and that, hey, will be robustly defending the suit. I mean, I was very amazed by reading that he'd come back in public too, and just said he, he'd been asked to retrieve the remarks and in fact strengthened it by saying, well, she could Shagall the people. She wants a words to that effect. Yes. And what what he did when he went on to talk about the on television network in radio station was eating also named a man that he is inclined that she was sleeping with. So he he's doubled down, I guess, only original comments which of course, because I made in the parliament out protected by parliamentary privilege. So the lawsuit is at the coinc- might outside the parliament and you quite right. He has not taken a backward step. He continues to make such comments and to defend them. Now these toxic, what personal he doesn't seem to be concerned with making any clear political points. It's almost as if he's the classic high school bully, what's the response being to that from the general public? Well, I think people are watching with could have been used -ment a little bit this. This is all come about because there was a. Really terrible murder in the city of Melbourne here that led to the debate about violence against women in the first place. And so there's been a lot of publicity about treatment of women. And as a result of that murder, police came out and sent to women. I should be careful when walking higher and that led to a lot of social media debate about whether women were being blamed for the kinds of violence that was being perpetrated against them. So that was the backdrop in the nature of the debate. So I guess you know, there's been quite a bit of support for Sarah Hanson young from from women and from people who believe that women were being asked to carry the blame in a lotta of that. There is still men who are denigrating women in these kind of contexts. But there are plenty of all the people in men and women, I guess, who have supported Senator line ho and believe that in the Hanson young as being be precious. Third, we, as you mentioned now, seeing some presented circumstance where two senators, he he's a liberal Democrat, so he's a classic libertarian, and she is. The sterling grains now funding it up. We'll be shortly in the colts an and Finally, I mean, we all remember that terrible misogyny faced by the former prime minister, Julia Gillard does Australian politics still have a serious problem when it comes to women in the workplace. Well, it's a good question. It's still not that many of them in parliamentary there are more than they used to be..

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"senator sarah" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"senator sarah" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Senator sarah sanders said the white house press secretary just a few minutes ago said that she thought the language used in your speech was not the fitting of the senate floor obviously coming from the trump white house that is a curious statement giving all the things that president trump says that people such as yourself and any centene in human being a feel are not necessarily the fitting of a president of the united states but i do want to give you an opportunity to respond do you think that you're you're language at all crossed any lines no i don't i would invite anybody who would like to to view it or will will post the speech the text of it and have anybody that wants to i i i think it was totally appropriate for the senate floor what kind of a personal toll does it take for a president of the united states to be singling you out in the way that he has in the way that he likely will again i mean i know you're a big boy and you can take it but you do have loved ones and you'd have people who care about you and it's not pleasant for the most powerful person in the world to be attacking you individually have you been afraid for your safe the have you been concerned about your loved ones give us a inside you into what it's like on a more personal rather than senatorial level well it is a political ramifications circling as it makes it more difficult to succeed at a primary when the president is is tweeting against you are as opposed to you that certainly has political ramifications on a personal level no it doesn't it doesn't matter much to me my by of the the love of my wife and five children and and a lot of relatives and close friends who who know me.

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