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"Least five passengers and more than 35 crew members. Health authorities also fear the M S rolled. Ahmanson may have spread the virus to dozens of villages along Norway's western coast. It's currently docked in Trump, so the company also suspended two other ships in the region. Government says they will begin banning ships with more than 100 passengers from docking in its harbors. CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo Is New York Prosecutors continue their efforts to obtain President Trump's tax returns there, giving new hints says to the large scope of their investigation. More on that from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman the Manhattan D A. Cyrus Vance Jr urge the court to reject attempts by the president to block a subpoena for Mr Trump's tax returns. In court five lanes, Vance said the returns are needed to show what the D a called extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the Trump Organization. Vance said his probe is not limited to the so called hush money payments by Mr Trump to two women. Vance's comments suggest he is looking into a broad range of allegations aimed at the president and his business. Steve Futterman, CBS NEWS CAME Alexa News. Time by 30 for this week's primary election is already record breaking, not in the sheer number of voters showing up, but in the way they're voting. Michael Calhoun, probably close to 70,000 absentee ballots have been cast already, which is By far a record ST Louis County's Democratic director of elections, Eric Face says Normally, absentee votes are a good indication of Election Day. But in June, a massive 45% of total votes were via absentee. He's forecasting a routine 25% turnout for this week. New equipment means that ST Louis County voters can show up so whatever polling place they'd like Michael Calhoun. ST Louis is news radio KMOX. The ST Louis police officer shot and injured last night will make a full recovery. But the ST Louis Police Officers Association is concerned with six officers being shot since just June 1st. Game. Alexis Marie Akina has those details. Most of these.

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02:00 min | 7 months ago

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"On each other in North ST Louis, leaving several dead police major Merry war. Nikki is heading up the investigation. We have a shooting where we believe Shots were fired between two groups. We have three Blackmails. Dead here on the scene. We have 1/4 victim who's being treated at a local hospital, or Nicky says they don't know what led to the shooting. But it's possible some shots were fired from a moving car because one of the dead man was found in a crashed car happened around two o'clock in the 5500. Bock of Floyd. The latest killings brings the July total to more than 50 The number of people murdered in ST Louis City that represents 1/3 of all of the 150 killings in the city. Year to date, ST. Louis Police Officers Association president Officer Jaysh Order, says. Schroeder says he doesn't see any end in sight. I didn't think it would be worse, anything would be worse than June and I don't even I can't even imagine it being worse in July next month, but I mean, it just seems like the trend continues, continues to go up and up and up, And I mean, if Or basically averaging a murder a day Shorter says the other night, someone fired almost 60 rounds at an officer during a traffic stop at 14th and Biddle that officer was not hurt. He's hoping the department can hire more officers to fill some 130 vacancies. If the misery legislature does away with the city's residency rule during its special session. It's 6 34 4 34 on the West Coast and getting word of a 4.5 magnitude earthquake centered near San Fernando, California, just north of Los Angeles, will follow that. CBS may have the latest for us if there's any new information coming up at the top of the hour. The news is sponsored by Michael's flooring out, Let the flooring experts Michael's flooring outlet dot com What's being done to stop violent crime in ST Louis? Nine officers for two man cars in a sergeant? They're working on the riverfront Mayor Cruise and explains what officers are doing to stop late night cruising after the break. J. Foreigner.

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05:08 min | 7 months ago

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"The district start with online only classes for the first quarter of the year. Adams made the recommendation at a school board meeting last night, echoing the call the teachers union made earlier this week as heard on KMOX. In related news students in Kirkwood will be staying home to start the school year. Record. Superintendent David All Rick said The decision to move to an all virtual start was made due to rising Corona virus rates The month of July has seen nearly 1/3 of all this year's murders in the city of ST Louis, and the police union is worried. There's no end in sight. This is Kevin Colleen. As of Tuesday. They were just You're 50 murders in July in the city of ST Louis. That's out of a total of 150 for the year. The president of the ST Louis Police Officers Association officer Jay Schroeder, says he's never seen anything like it in 15 years on the job. He says. It seems like the answer for everything is to get a gun and shoot, somebody says with a murder just about every day in July. Some days, two or three officers have been scrambling to cover all the crime scenes, and there's no sign that August will be different. Kevin Colleen Saint Louis NEWS RADIO came Alexe came o X news time is 7 14 a measure to eliminate ST Louis Cities residency requirement for police officers started a Senate Committee hearing on violent crime. City Police Commissioner John Aiden told the committee that the residency requirement has caused more than 100 unfilled vacancies. Meet the demands of the ongoing gun bombs and continuous demonstrations. Officers have had don't do a 12 hour days. Cancellation of recreation days. And countless irretrievable ours. Away from their families to say officers are physically emotionally and spiritually drained. We desperately need more officers and we need them now. The committee took no immediate action on the bill, kicking the governor's anticrime package off until after next week's primary. From the state Capitol. Philbrook SINK LOUIS his news radio KMOX from the Jefferson Bank and trust Business desk. The ST Louis City Health Department is temporarily shuttered for businesses that says were openly flouting mask and social distancing. Mandates. Wheelhouse Start bar Big Daddy's on the Landing and Marquis restaurant and lounge. We're all told. They need to shut down for two weeks. Mayor Crewson says she's taking this approach because the majority of bars and restaurants in the city are trying to follow the rules. It's also different than what's being done in ST Louis County, where all bars and restaurants will have to close at 10 p.m. Starting Friday came awake. Snooze time is 7 15 Now. Ginga, mo exports from the new ball, BMW Toyota Sports desk and What's the deal with the Cardinals? Well, here's the cards. Game. Recap with John Ready, sponsored by the Don brown Deal, Don Brown Chevrolet on South King's Highway at the entrance to the hill with Ricky Hardened. I'm John Rooney. And last night in Minneapolis, one inning did Carlos Martinez and the Cardinals in Five runs second on the way to the Twins 6 to 3 victory in their home opener. Good news. After that is the Cardinal's bullpen gave him a chance to come back in the game. The Cardinal's cut it to 6 to 3 with a home run late by Tommy Edmund. But hitless work from the Cardinal's bullpen really gave him that shot. And from the Cardinal bullpen. From that standpoint, Austin Gummer and ending in 2/3. Giovanni Gallegos was activated before the game yesterday, 2/3 of an inning dollar Web a scoreless seventh and John Gant worked a quick eighth inning. They were all very sharp against that tough Minnesota Twins lineup. The Twins scored five times in the second inning. A home run by or hey, Polanco capped it off a Donaldson home run in the fourth. Tyler O'Neill and Tommy had been homered for the Cardinals, but not enough 6 to 3. Minnesota Daniel Ponce de Leon against ritual tonight and we're on the air at 6 15 before the game. Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mose a lock with this announcement about Miles Michaelis, Michaelis, right, forearm Fletcher as experience in spring training or thought we were on Really good power and that his last couple times on the mouth. It just didn't feel quite right. Uh, received never dry yesterday was determined. Then he will need surgery. And so he'll miss the rest of the season and be ready for spring 2021. Daniel Pon. Still, Leone starts in his spot. Tonight in Minnesota. Major League Baseball has come up with a patchwork schedule for the remainder of the week due to that virus outbreak that sickened half of the Marlins team. MLB has suspended the marlin season through Sunday, so the Phillies remain idle by the pandemic is well until Friday. The Yankees were to play there they will not The Phillies were the last team to host the Marlins, the league says, among Mohr than 6400 cove in 19 tests conducted since Friday, though there were no new positives involving on field personnel from any team other than The Marlins. The Blues and Blackhawks played for 30 today. An exhibition game in Edmondson. I'm Tom Ackerman on the home of the Cardinal's Came Alexe high..

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01:38 min | 9 months ago

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"Is six oh three will take a look at traffic and weather together coming up at six ten a terminated Flores and police detective charged with assault and armed criminal action is also accused of making a false report hammocks as Maria kena tells us the special prosecutor Tim Lamar calls Smith's account of the incident patently false source of police chief Tim Hagen says in his report Joshua Smith said the incident was an accident Floridians internal investigation as well as St Louis county police and the FBI also have investigations underway the business would have us do an internal investigation after the criminal investigation is done for a variety of reasons we started that process early and so that process is proceeding this proceeding slowly what if we evaluate everything it is that we do Jim lo marsh as an addition to armed criminal action Joshua Smith is charged with assault first and fourth degree assault first you've got to prove that the individual knowingly cause serious physical injury by means of a dangerous instrument deadly weapon in this particular case our view of the evidence just what we zero two eyes the man with that vehicle turned its head lights towards the victim that became a four thousand pound missile the sentence on the assault first an armed criminal action can range from ten to thirty years if convicted on the criminal action charge you must serve a minimum of three years Maria kena St louis' news radio camel acts in Saint Louis city mayor Krewson I control the green I treasury hi a very I bought a vote to okay a plan to equip metro police with body cameras the police union the St Louis police officers association is not fighting the plan association president officer Jay Schroeder says it's time.

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01:45 min | 9 months ago

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"Command under a plan floated by a union representing St Louis city police officers this is Kevin Killeen it is no longer sticks and stones in his bombs and bullets that the writers are aiming at Saint Louis police that's what the president of the St Louis police officers association says they had to face Monday night along with gasoline and fireworks trying to ignite it officer Jay Schroeder wants the governor to set up a regional command structure similar to as was used in the Ferguson unrest one that could quickly coordinate local police and the National Guard to go to hot spots Schroder says St Louis police ran out of manpower Monday night and were ill equipped to handle what happened it left four officers shot and injured seven killings in Lewis's newsradio came away police believe they have a culprit in the burglary of several guns from the south side pawn shop because he couldn't resist posting about it on social media nineteen year old amante coffee a valley park charged with stealing thirty two hand guns and two long guns from the store on gravel way in Afton federal prosecutors allege he had another person climbed onto a mini van and broke a second floor window to get inside investigators tracked him down because he was trying to sell the firearms and because he'd posted a video of his bandaged hand cable X. news time is six twenty three Missouri governor Mike parson says the Missouri National Guard he activated this week is to maintain a supporting role for local law enforcement and not to take the lead parson credited local law enforcement with helping keep local protests mostly peaceful Tuesday night the governor says up to two thousand National Guard members may be activated this week to help monitor civil unrest I feel specially.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Of the gateway arch the complete forecast is coming up a union representing St Louis city police say the shortage of officers is worse on the streets that it seems to be on paper this is Kevin Killeen on paper the St Louis police department is supposed to have more than thirteen hundred officers but it's short more than a hundred and fifty officers St Louis police officers association president officer Jay Schroeder says it's worse than that we're a hundred and fifty two policemen down on the whole department but the effects of those is where actually a hundred and sixty nine down the street so that these other units are full strength and if a loss comes out they take it's coming from the streets and on top of that Schroeder says there are another fifty St Louis city police officers not able to work on the streets because of injuries the result he says police aren't visible enough to deter crime response times are up things like car break ins can take more than an hour the answer he says is to scrap the residency rule and raise police pay to recruit and retain more officers have been cooling solutions news radio camera camera like reach out to the chief's office for comment were still awaiting a response Missouri Republican led Senate advanced a bill tightening rules for punitive damages and liability lawsuits and vote came after Republicans agreed to set aside a separate bill opposed by Democrats doubled lawsuits over asbestos related illnesses former Illinois governor Pat Quinn endorsing along with more than eighty other top Illinois Democrats Joe Biden for president Illinois's primary is March seventeenth clearing.

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"The St Louis police department is supposed to have more than thirteen hundred officers but it's short more than a hundred and fifty officers St Louis police officers association president officer Jay Schroeder says it's worse than that we're a hundred and fifty two policemen down on the whole department but the effects of those is where actually a hundred and sixty nine down the street so that these other units are full strength and if a loss comes out they take it's coming from the streets and on top of that Schroeder says there are another fifty St Louis city police officers not able to work on the streets because of injuries the result he says police aren't visible enough to deter crime response times are up things like car break ins can take more than an hour the answer he says is to scrap the residency rule and raise police pay to recruit and retain more

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Student seriously injured after she was hit by a stolen car came of the reports the car was stolen earlier Thursday and was spotted by a license plate reader near grand in Cherokee officer started to follow the car but backed off when it started driving a radically police say the car was not being pursued when the student was hit near granted look clean Thursday evening the female student is expected to survive St Louis Mayer light a cruise in is confident after Thursday's private meeting with the governor that the state highway patrol will come back to help cover the interstates when that happened a couple of years ago thousands of citations went on prosecuted because of budget constraints in the circuit attorney's office person doesn't think that'll be a problem anymore circuit attorney budget has gone up over two million dollars in the last two and a half to three years and so I don't actually think it's a budget issue but we'll we'll have to work that out person also continue to push for legislation allowing Saint Louis to require a permit to carry a weapon within city limits a request she says quote isn't a heavy lifts given that that was the requirement until twenty seventeen a Facebook post by Saint Louis police officer about the grim realities of being a cop has some of the hot seat with the internal affairs division officer Ryan Lynch got into trouble with this post was reprinted in the post dispatch St Louis police officers association spokesman Jeff Florida says Lynch did nothing wrong this is typical you know we've got an out of control internal affairs division that touch that needs to be reined in you know this police chief is losing this department and this is creating a chilling effect on being a police officer in St Louis this sort of behavior the police union argues that Ryan's Facebook post is protected speech and his employer.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"The state's department of health to say definitively what was in the unknown chemicals the police dealt with in september during stockily related protests the aclu is suing to force the release of the lab results to get an idea of what they show too and uh why uh county police uh thought uh at the beginning that there may have been a dangerous chemical legal director tony raw third says the st louis county police department used chemical agents on september seventeen the liquid confiscated that day was labelled apple cider vinegar which is sometimes use to mitigate the effects of pepper spray the health department says it won't release the results because they're part of an ongoing criminal investigation rather does accept that because the health department is not a law enforcement agency alex tag newsradio eleven twenty kmox attorneys for the st louis police union are warning the board of aldermen against giving subpoena power to the civilian oversight board that investigate the city police aldam inge of akaroa who has grown children on the police department attended the meeting for alderman hosted by the st louis police officers association in the two attorneys there that explained in if we try to do it they also said lease to my interpretation alter says they'll take it to court because by that what they're saying is we can't do that by law supporters say the civilian review board subpoena need some teeth to get evidence so it can properly investigate claims of wrongdoing against police cemetery supreme court is considering whether some abortion restrictions violate the religious beliefs of a woman who was part of a satanic temple the woman's lawyer on tuesday asked judges to block a mandatory threeday waiting period for abortions and a requirement the doctors provide a booklet that says the life of each human being begins at conception woman's attorney says the rules conflict with his clients beliefs which are to follow scientific understanding of the world a state audit has found that governor bruce rounders administration cannot properly account for seven billion dollars it paid for medicaid lions healthcare in 2016 the review released by.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Innovation of the region will help when the next amazon opportunity comes along seamless county police say apple cider vinegar was thrown at officers during september protests but the aclu of missouri is asking was it really aclu is suing the missouri department of health trying to get it to release official results of that chemical testing the aclu of miseries legal director tony raw third says there was a lot of concern when news of the chemical came out what what we're interested in it fina copy of build lab results uh to to get an idea of what they show you know and uh y y uh the st louis county police uh thought uh at the beginning that there may have been a dangerous chemical the misery department of health says it will not release the results because they're part of an ongoing investigation robert says the health department isn't to law enforcement agency and he thinks they can't use that exemption alec steigman newsradio eleven twenty kmox lawyers for the city police union warned the board of alderman bill get into a lawsuit if they give this civilian oversight board the power to subpoena city police ultimate giovea caro who is two grown children on the police department attended a meeting four alderman hosted by the st louis police officers association keep thinking that any time we seem to be picking on the police and make it harder for them to do their jobs you're not seen as much as soft initiated clause they're afraid to do their jobs supporters say subpoena power is common in other cities with civilian oversight board's they say it would empower the board to thoroughly investigate claims of wrongdoing against police coming up in campbell acts news at five fifty two is the old nature versus nurture debate but no matter the education a new study finds intelligence is in our genes i'm jim chenevey came lexi's time is six thirty five this is mark crear and has the immigration debate moves forward will democrats get what they want on the dreamers issue we'll talk about it this afternoon it all starts at two after rush on camel cbs thursday from the brains behind the.

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02:24 min | 3 years ago

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"Not capture tax during that time is very serious rewards inside with last month on face the nation republican senator james langford said strucks comments are also calling into question his role on the muller probe it's clear this individual within the moeller team that was also on the clinton email investigation team had a strong bias against now president trump president trump is making waves on trade ahead of his appearance before the world economic forum in davos mr trump is approved tariffs on imported solar energy components and large washing machines in a bid to help us manufacturers the bbc's rico his own says china and south korea are crying foul but us based whirlpool could not be more thrilled that sought protection against cheaper imports from south korean lexical they've welcome this move saved initiative will result a new manufacturing jobs in ohio kentucky south carolina and tennessee kmox news time is seven thirty four missouri governor gradin's was asked did you take a photograph of the woman and his answer is raising some eyebrows came alexis kevin coline has the latest instead of saying there was no photograph the governor is saying there was no photograph four blackmailed there was no black man there was no violence there was no photograph for blackmail there is no threat of using a photograph for blackmail there was no threat of violence the governor told reporters in jeff city he wants to move on and focus on the budget but then he face more questions about whether he can still lead with this hanging over him certain i've answered that question and we answered him over the course of the weekend do you have any questions on the budget sir as long as your sam loss sir avaaz sir um we answered those questions this weekend the governor says for the record he has not been contacted by law enforcement about this or any other matter kevin kelley newsradio eleven twenty kmox a standoff is brewing between the police union and board of aldermen over a bill that would give subpoena power to a civilian oversight panel that investigates police business manager geoff nyarota with the st louis police officers association says the plan could backfire on those who think it will bring more information to light what you have is officers painted painted in front of uh baid oversight board for a a dog in only show and uh you know they have a.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

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"Kmox five boys ranging in age from nine to thirteen hospitalized after a car struck them while they were walking in north county st louis county police spokesman officer benjamin granda says it happened sunday afternoon on hanley when a woman developed a medical problem while driving one of the boys is in critical condition illinois state police say a twenty nine year old drunk driver is to blame for yesterday's fatal accident in the metro east police say the man was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of sixty four near king's highway when it slammed into an oncoming car killing the female driver police have not released the name of the victim kmox news time is 80 five civilian panel that investigate it's allegations against st louis police is seeking more power subpoena power alderman terry kennedy is in support of the plan now before the board of alderman typically what has happened lusa quoted us justice report their mini civilian oversight board's around the country many of them have subpoena power but most of the time to use that subpoena power to get information outside of the police department from a gas station ort video footage the st louis police officers association has opposed giving the panel subpoena power in the past the latest plan to do so is still in committee kennedy hopes to get it passed by april now that we know for sure that amazon will not be feeling the now vacant at t tower downtown who will st louis economic development partnerships ceo sheila sweeney tells kmox news they are working on other prospects filling at t tower has been our priority and so we didn't stop working on that because we put it in amazon proposal uh that that we continue to look at and work toward and you know are hopeful the building is at nine nine chest not downtown it's downtown's largest building with more than a million square feet it was built in the 1980s as headquarters for southwestern bell but at t vacated the building last year a vote tonight in wildwood on the future of hidden valley came lexus brian feldman is live with the story meghan the city council is going to vote on allowing hidden valley to operate a year round zip line wilde with planet committee unanimously recommended approval three weeks ago owners are saying they need this a blind in order to remain in business now the idea has sparked debate because residents in the.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"A 100dollar grocery store trip but it's all am not as asian that way and you don't eat it adds up after a while sure it adds up but we need to pay our police are officers competitive against on kmox is mark weird and show the mayor says without money to raise officer salaries the police department we'll have continued trouble retaining and recruiting good officers among those against proposition pia past president of the st louis police officers association retired sergeant gary wiegert now a republican committee man in the city says as a republican he cannot support a sales tax i am not against the police getting a race i think the police in a fireman do deserve arrays may deserve a huge raise but it just seems like uh the the city of st louis uses the police to get their tax increase wiegert says he also objects to the way prop p is worded with three point six million dollars a year go into summer and after school programmes john cbs programs in building demolition all that money he says should be going to the police kevin cooling newsradio eleven twenty kmart if you're at city museum this weekend you may notice a few unicycles jessica hand talk with circus harmony says they'll have kept jones that the king charles true visiting to help her students create a unicycle basketball act it can co charles troop was formed these south bronx in 1958 to help keep kids off the streets and they ended up touring the world for decades at passing on uh generation uh you guess work i can get turkish which is what we call it you before they're even what the term social circa unicycles have continued to grow in popularity and had top says anybody can learn to do it anywhere between twenty minutes mine you can learn trading when we have unicycle car in cow agent i'll ever and me movie him and the basketball unicycle act if you want.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"What the solution is as the debate over gun control continues in the wake of the las vegas mass shootings some republicans including the president say they're open to banning socalled dumped stocks which makes semi automatic weapons act as automatic weapons coming around her wouldn't go there what can we do i think the main thing is that we can't stay alert for suspicious activity and make sure that we have very vigilant residents and police officers at cetera round says all sides should come together to work on a solution that keeps people safe but also respects constitutional rights what came what's listeners think about more regulations on the bumped stocks this is fred bodmer house speaker paul ryan and the nra now say it's time to take a look at bumped fire stocks white house spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders says president trump is open to talking about a ban we certainly welcome that would like to be part of that conversation in these listeners called into the mark reardon show what you ultimately guns out of aaron cohen hand thank you can't do it it's a novelty item and i don't have a problem if you've now let's simply because it's just fun toys that's been turned into a delicious ashland weapon in this particular case the shooter in las vegas was in possession of bumped stocks and is believed to have used them to carry out the massacre fred bottom our news radio in twenty kmox st louis police preparing for what is expected to be a night of stockily verdict protests in residential areas of south city including the street wear the judge lance a facebook post by demonstrators shows a map and i 10 area of where they plan to be the gathering starts at the next parking lot at hampton village according to the map than includes marching to the st louis police officers association on hampton they map also shows a dotted line leading to the home of interim police chief laurence o'toole on the lausanne and to the home of judge timothy wilson on a task in.

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02:36 min | 3 years ago

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"So much and so many have so little westminster awarded sanders an honorary doctorate a political science degree the big push for police body cameras is getting some pushback from the city's police union cable axes kevin coline report after this week shouting match city hall which pressured the mayor and others to approve oon your trial run on police body cameras it's not a done deal yet so says jeff rhoda we wonder first of all uh will are also due process rights be protected jeff order is the business manager for the st louis police officers association the police union he sat down for an interview in an office on hampton avenue that was hit earlier in the week by vandalism apply were ward was covering a window behind him after somebody had shattered glass all around the building this is absolutely a a subject of of mandatory bargaining what is only officers say about buddy cambridge they're they're reluctant in a we've now were one of those department states that had the examples of officers have been targeted because her unpopular with the administration uh for discipline and had their video footage unduly knit picked how can the union at this point resist what seems to be a public mandate for body cameras is a public mandate gavin we we've had hundreds of people the last few days carding in water and food and money against body kim's what means are for the police we we've got a small loud group of anti police radicals who were pushing an anti police agenda that they claim 75 percent of major cities st louis assize already have them why are we bring up the rear well we might neck we might not be if if they're willing to negotiate conditions that that allow for the fair usage of this it's likely that will agree to sultan but you know if this is just the play yet another game a got you with my officers where the videos only used to hurt them and not used to exonerate them when they at properly i mean who in their right mind would agree to that it who busted up all your windows any video to show the culprit but a peaceful protester that's jeff rhoda with a whole nother story i'm kevin killeen coming up in the news at the bottom of the hour will get traffic and weather together for you and then it's time for overtime vis vis russia.

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

"st. louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Protesters outside st louis city hall during this morning's otherwise silent march downtown it was there that a speaker called st louis the new selma it was at the march a second and final stop at the city office building a fifteen twenty market of the protesters called for the civilian oversight board to be given teeth in the form of subpoena power hey to other protesters scheduled for six thirty two seething on the del mar loop we ask state representative bruce france junior win they will end when we know the black lives matter brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox a small group of protestors briefly blocked the street on arms all campus this morning and some closures in the eu's city loop due to that plan protest the three kings pub disclosing at five froyo closing at nine the misery history museum announced its canceling the twilight tuesday performance tomorrow due to the unavailability of off duty police officers who normally work the concert series kevin coming reports now support is pouring in for area police a show of support the public has brought in hundreds and hundreds of bottled water for police at the st louis police officers association union hall here on hampton also these jerky cookies alpo dog biscuits for the canine unit officers say they had been through thirty officers in the city of an injured both rome bricks and bottles at also last night by a sort of homemade maize some sort of a liquid that was thrown on the police no serious injuries from that but they say the stress is there the aclu says the protests are about more than just the stockily verdict president jeffrey movements as people marching bring to the forefront injustice some in the community feel every day but he does have some advice for protesters even if you have the right to be someplace if the police improperly tell you to leave of course in the moment it's best to leave and follow the direction and then we will litigate issues later kmox news time for thirty four as sushi al parks than i care and others clean up after another violent night and st most the neighborhood association is stepping up to hell downtown neighborhood association vicechair dana k goddard says her group in downtown st louis inc raised hundreds of dollars for paint supplies to cover the light blue particle board that dots ob of st.

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"st. louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"st. louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Protests at the work house police used pepper spray i'm brian kelly kmox news time is 705 the forecasters five minutes away and that forecast includes a warning about the heat of course the excessive heat warning is in effect until eight o'clock tomorrow night heading for a high of one oath seven today the complete forecast again moments away st louis state senator jamila nasheed calling for an audit of the st louis corrections division after the reports of inmates suffering at the city workouts because of the heat she's taking up the issue with governor gray and also carl i had to come and do a wachter a tornado that he can be part and the can our into work out there she says she's heard reports of inmates not only suffering from the heat but also being forced to sleep on the floor well those conditions led to a protest last night outside the facility about one hundred fifty demonstrators were there several climbed fences but did not go over the razor wire after about two hours police orders the crowd leave when they refused officers used pepper spray to disperse them relief may be on the way for those were cows inmates salt amana president luis read says the city's working on a plan to provide air conditioning units for the facility the cities the go shitting a one month contract with temp air to provide the units they would cost up to four forty thousand dollars the money would come from the city's emergency fund kmox news time is seven six even though is supposed to give members of the st louis police officers association six thousand dollar raises a top member of the union says they won't back to propose sales tax increase on the november ballot union business manager geoff roared us says said he tells kmox his hancock and kelly that the members i wanna be guaranteed that they'll get what their pride those they'd be some guys who would be weakkneed about this but universally it from everyone we're hearing from it's like we're we're not doing a handshake deal were not going to take a maybe win this thing produces 23 million eu proposal would use the tax revenue for police and fire department raises pension contributions and the circuit attorney's office and 11yearold nor st louis girl is staying with family after a custody dispute got police involve police were called after department of family services tried.

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"st. louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"st. louis police officers association" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Severely beaten while in custody the circuit attorney's office has charged 26yearold anthony bell was second degree assault he was already in custody you now is being held on a two hundred fifty thousand dollar cash only bond the injured inmate was sent to the hospital with severe swelling and face lacerations his cellmate found him unresponsive the inmate who's not been identified police put has been identified by family as herald mostly junior atop st louis police officers association official says that as it now stands the union will oppose the sales tax increase on the november ballot aimed at giving its members raises this manager geoff nyarota says they can't support the measure until mira crews and guarantees the officers will get what they're being promise you put success knowledge across the board on the table frankly the that's not the nearly enough used to lose a lot of police officers but at least the conversation starts and it becomes a more difficult for process rust road also tells kmox is hancock and kelly the mayor's office as overestimating the required pension contribution he calls it a pretend number nearly twenty million dollars it will be raised by the taxes slated to be split between police and fire department raises pension contributions and the circuit attorney's office brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox confirmation from police in jefferson city the two teenagers whose bodies were found in the moro river died from drowning police say no foul play is suspected in the deaths of eighteen year old jacob for foster and seventeen year old d'antonio mclane police say an autopsy found the two died from accidental drowning police do say that detectives will continue to investigate and toxicology results are expected within eight to twelve weeks catherine cares up lifts families of babies facing a lifethreatening diagnose justice to learn more you can visit catherine cares dot org.

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