12 Burst results for "State Department Of Licensing"

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 9 months ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

"To defy governor Insley stay at home order legally his business cat open until June at the earliest despite warnings from the state the owner of the stag barbershop is still offering here cuts another line outside the front door of stag barbershop in Snohomish so is my first time actually retainers single and tells me he waited about ninety minutes to get in not at all worried about the lack of masks being worn he just seems like a normal person who's just also keep his business open once it gives food on the table barber shops aren't allowed to reopen until phase two of the governor's plan to get the state back up and running again that likely won't be until June first at the earliest the state department licensing says he'd sent this letter to the shop's owner warning him he's not in compliance if it continues to stay open state says the next step in his disciplinary process will be suspension further defiance could lead to criminal charges or the AG's office stepping in as a last resort that's come all Steve McCarron another county is voicing growing frustration over not being allowed to reopen businesses we get that story from Cuomo's Carlene Johnson former city councilman al Sorensen got some attention over his suggestion this week to speed up the re opening this three week waiting period of million cases makes makes me think that maybe we shouldn't get tested LOC councilmember Dan record fired back and come across as a bit reckless but I don't think we can sacrifice public health you know businesses forward that governor Jay Inslee says until they go at least twenty one days with no new cases they cannot move to phase two where restaurants hair salons manufacturing can re open one new case and that three week wait let's start over Pullman's mayor said the councilman opinion was his own but he's also frustrated saying there's no reason they can't reopen faster given they've had no deaths said Whitman county and only sixteen total cases Carly Johnson komo news with a population of two hundred eighty five thousand Thurston county is far too big to qualify for a potential faster re opening of the economy but Thurston to commissioner Thurston county commissioner Gary Edwards argues with only one confirmed death tied to the disease and one hundred sixteen cases in all they should get in line we are obligated to try and come up with a balance from our perspective of balancing the health of the community and the economic welfare of those individuals I feel just compared the suicides that we've had already over writings had were tied those suicides to people suffering more because of job loss and other impacts of the pandemic Thurston county's interim health officer says they don't have the required testing capacity to move faster and are.

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"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

"The agate pass bridge in traffic going to have to alternate through the area once that starts and that could cause delays of around ten minutes our next como traffic at six forty four hello eco roof forecast now from meteorologist Kristen Clarke temperatures start to take the Klein starting today to the warmest weather yet this year for the upcoming mother's day weekend we'll see highs today in the mid sixties seasonably warm and mostly sunny dry weather continues on Friday for yours start to feel the warmth highs will be well into the seventies tomorrow afternoon and even warmer still come Saturday and Sunday expecting highs to be in the low eighties yes on mother's day on Sunday looking most the sunny and dry and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke sunshine in Arlington is thirty seven there thirty six in Olympia here in downtown Seattle sunny and forty five published at six thirty six the owner of a barber shop in Snohomish defied the governor stay home order once again yesterday and opened his doors to customers it's the stag barbershop it reopened last week despite not being designated as an essential business which is the update from almost Steve McCarron one of the agencies are pressed for answers was the state department licensing which told me and sent a letter to that shop's owner telling him he's not in compliance with the governor stay home stay healthy order and if he continues to do so the state says the next step in its disciplinary process is a license suspension under the governor's four phase plan to reopen the state businesses like that barber shop are not supposed to reopen until phase two which likely will not take effect until June first at the earliest we've told you that potato farmers are State have a huge surplus and they've been giving away potatoes well that was on the east side of the state but today they'll.

Klein Arlington Olympia Seattle Snohomish Steve McCarron Kristen Clarke
"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

"Clarke it's going to be another very pretty morning the sun's coming up it's mostly clear and forty six degrees published at five thirty six a barber in Snohomish continues to defy governor Insley stay at home order legally his business can't open until June at the earliest but despite the warnings from the state the owner of the stag barbershop is still giving hair cuts another line outside the front door of stag barbershop in Snohomish so is my first time actually in Kenner singling tells me he waited about ninety minutes to get in not at all worried about the lack of masks being worn he just seems like a normal person who's just wants to keep his business open once it gives food on the table barber shops aren't allowed to reopen until phase two of the governor's plan to get the state back up and running again that likely won't be until June first at the earliest the state department licensing says he'd sent this letter to the shop's owner read warning him he's not in compliance with the continued to stay open state says the next step in his disciplinary process will be suspension further defines could lead to criminal charges or the AG's office stepping in as a last resort this call was Steve McCarron reported another county in our state is voicing growing frustration over not being allowed to reopen businesses more now from commerce Carly Johnson former city councilman al Sorensen got some attention over his suggestion this week to speed up the re opening this three week waiting period of no new cases makes makes me think that maybe we shouldn't get tested LOC councilmember Dan record fired back and come across as a bit reckless but I don't think we can sacrifice public health you you know businesses forward at governor Jay Inslee says until they go at least twenty one days with no new cases they cannot move to phase two where restaurants hair salons manufacturing can re open one new case and that three week wait let's start over Pullman's mayors of the countenance opinion was his own but he's also frustrated saying there's no reason they can't reopen faster given they've had no deaths said Whitman county and only sixteen total cases Carly Johnson komo news some students in every community college are back in the lab virtual classes have become the norm but the college has been approved for limited in class laboratories for five different programs social distancing and face coverings are required in the campus remains closed to the public interested in some free potatoes potato growers here and in Washington state specifically we've got about one billion pounds of potatoes that are still in storage I'm ready to be processed Randy Tucker with the Washington potato commission says there are so many spuds in storage because ninety percent are usually sold to the food industry many of those customers are buying right now so farmers started giving the ball potatoes away last week starting at ten o'clock this morning they'll set up in the parking lot at the outlet collection in Auburn giving away the unwashed un bagged produce it's five thirty nine and coming up in just a minute a call most sports update we believe backyard and that loans are always perfect for anything we say they are that's because we believe in the importance of being outside because we believe being outside is.

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"state department licensing" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's been called the man of fire at south of her group of valley at the Santa Ana riverbed at California Avenue it's causing concern because there's a lot of fuel for a fire to burn their authorities called for additional fire engines and crews as well as air support and at least two tankers there could potentially be some structures threatened very soon at the rate erection fires burning the fire department says homes in the area are under evacuation orders specifically right now north of north thrive from crest feud to California will have more details as we get them Chris all right rob thank you to live in thirty one the centers for disease control see a dozen states currently have confirm coronavirus cases Washington state has been hit the hardest this hour now reporting eighty seventh death because of corona fire at corona virus live update now from can extensively straight figure and Chris the California department of health of public health says it has received thousands of corona virus test kits now nation wide spread of the disease does continue there were sixteen cases that includes presumptive positives or CDC confirmed positive cases of code nineteen detected through the U. S. public health system this does not include people repatriated on US state department's licenses he sees doctor Nancy missing nation says nearly thirty of those infections the sources of the infection they remain a mystery so they're investigating unlike earlier press conferences the doctor repeatedly referred questions about testing about how quickly results were coming back to the FDA anybody in the White House telling you to tamp down anything that you otherwise would like to say hello greetings regularly start this outbreak and I think we at CDC has been very open and able to answer lots of different questions one of the new bits of information we did receive from the doctor she says new research reveals sixteen percent of people who are infected with rotavirus do develop serious illness Chris all right great continuing our in depth team coverage schools across southern California sending out guidance to parents about steps to combat the threat of coronavirus in many schools are now deep cleaning classrooms and scrubbing so called high touch areas areas like water fountains Los Angeles school superintendent Austin Bucur posted a video online saying that he's met with representatives of teachers counselors and other staff we're working with our labor partners carefully review the impact the virus could have in schools and work sites and more broadly its potential impact on district operations were also making plans for learning to continue from home if any schools were to be closed as well as the possibility of extending the school year to make up for disruption in the school calendar if necessary but he does stress that so far there has been no confirmed case in the LA area and says he remains in close touch with the CDC and public health officials advise going out to parents stress is frequent hand washing for kids avoiding close contact with those who are sick and covering your mouth when you cough we will one big fear is a case of the virus emerging in the homeless population in California homeless communities could prove right grounds for the spread of the corona virus talking about with the Sacramento director public health Dr Peter Beale and we have not had any cases to date among the homeless population but because a large percentage of them are people who are it's not elderly certainly those with chronic underlying conditions there at more serious risk from the complications of this new virus it's a very a community of homelessness might lend itself to the burning a virus like that right it certainly may it should get it to the virus get into that population he says there are a couple of questions they may have to answer immediately if Kobe at nineteen breaks out in a homeless encampment they get sick enough where do they go where do we quarantine them that will be done in the hotel rooms which we already have contracts with to prevent the spread of contagious diseases the doctor says paramount right now making those camps as clean as possible that report from Jim Taylor up in the bay area keep it tuned here to can actually the very latest in the global response to the corona virus care crisis we've continuing in depth team coverage we have much more as well on our website can extend seventy dot com freeway check coming right up first just want to remind you we are keeping a very close eye on this dangerous fire spreading towards Norco in riverside county it's up to one hundred acres but at what we just heard from rob archer short time ago it slightly more than a hundred acres now it's moving very fast it's being called the man fired just south of her group of valley at the Santa Ana riverbed at California Avenue which causing concern because there is an awful lot of fuel for a fire to burn were on top of it a much more coming up momentarily voters across southern California meanwhile dealing with long lines as they cast their ballots in the super Tuesday we've in depth team coverage right after traffic in two minutes it's eleven thirty five your traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five year Tom tranice secular on the northbound side of the fifty seven and tonic canyon has been canceled lanes have been re opened the accident has been cleared the slowing still starts however back and imperial highway it's gonna be solid try to get past Toda canton the other Sigler northbound seven four five cherry the awning all France are still closed because of a car that went over the side that's gonna be placed to one thirty it's not causing a big backup on the four or five is actually getting better it's a tap on the brakes near bellflower Boulevard but you can't exit off the cherries are gonna have to exit off before they're like springs you spring streets are temple get around the slowing up outside the one tenets loss of gonna crash blocking the middle lane the backup starts at Jefferson we've got a new accidents on the ten going west bound ask new Avenue hit run crash blocking the right and a carpool lane and that fire you've been hearing about on the along the fifteen the other hoop of alley that is causing a major traffic back about the fifteen because it's a visual distraction you can actually see it all those plumes of smoke from the freeway the north fifteen jams up at second street unit one eggs off the freeway news hander Avenue going northbound your exports eleven forty five for Travelport's wore off top ranking extensively news ready sunny windy out there we're looking at highs upper seventies along the coast.

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States ramp up testing for Coronavirus

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:22 min | 11 months ago

States ramp up testing for Coronavirus

"One the centers for disease control see a dozen states currently have confirm coronavirus cases Washington state has been hit the hardest this hour now reporting eighty seventh death because of corona fire at corona virus live update now from can extensively straight figure and Chris the California department of health of public health says it has received thousands of corona virus test kits now nation wide spread of the disease does continue there were sixteen cases that includes presumptive positives or CDC confirmed positive cases of code nineteen detected through the U. S. public health system this does not include people repatriated on US state department's licenses he sees doctor Nancy missing nation says nearly thirty of those infections the sources of the infection they remain a mystery so they're investigating unlike earlier press conferences the doctor repeatedly referred questions about testing about how quickly results were coming back to the FDA anybody in the White House telling you to tamp down anything that you otherwise would like to say hello greetings regularly start this outbreak and I think we at CDC has been very open and able to answer lots of different questions one of the new bits of information we did receive from the doctor she says new research reveals sixteen percent of people who are infected with rotavirus do develop serious

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"state department licensing" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on The Young Turks

"And I don't think that that's done on accident. I think that that's done because we want perpetual war. But I think in this case it's a win win for weapons manufacturers. It's a win win for private military contractors because essentially you're already starting new wars. You don't know how they're going to develop what you're arming. We don't even know who you're arming. You're just allowing people who have a profit motive in the United States to sell this type of weaponry abroad with little to no oversight. Let me give you more details. Those who want to export flame throwers that project. A stream of fire up to twenty meters about sixty six feet will no longer need a State Department license millwood to be fair. And there's a lot of people defending their homes in other countries with flame throwers and grenades. Or maybe the people who buy that kind of stuff would be the exact kind of people who might be bad guys, and let me list some possibilities for you guys drug cartels. And here I'm going to make a prediction ahead of time. I predict that there will be a story in some period of time where drug cartel Burs people aligned with flame throwers why it could be the first to buy these now that there's no regulation. Why wouldn't a drug cartel by flame throwers? They're going to line up immediately to do it could terrorist groups than easily by these kind of weapons in mass now. Yes, very easily. But hey right-wingers. I don't know. I I thought you couldn't stand MS thirteen and terrorists the center, but if that's not enough for you, the government of Venezuela could buy a lot of these for their militias for their guards that protect Madero have. I got your attention yet. And you say, oh, well that won't happen. None of you guys care. None of you guys care. And the thing that drives me crazy is that we enable the bad guys in various countries, we enable drug cartels both in our prohibition of drugs. Okay. And in the way that we sell weaponry throughout the world. And then when they brutalize people in their own countries, and then women and children flee for safety seeking refuge in the United States. We'll go ahead. And we'll demonize the people that we have enabled others to brutalize. That's what we'll do. That's what this country's all about. And so every time I hear the jingoistic nonsense about how the United States is the best country in the world nowhere, not how much pain and suffering does our policy which is one hundred percent fueled by profit motives of corporations harm, others and other countries. All the time, we do it all the time. It's not an accident. So the main reason for this is obvious pays the politicians. And they say no are grown manufacturers. Want to sell more weapon? Nhs. Do we care that they go to terrorists or drug cartels? Why the hell would we care in fact, then the people terrorized by those groups we'll have to buy weapons to counter them. And we'll that lead to massacre after massacre in those countries like it has in our country. Yes. And then people will buy more guns..

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"state department licensing" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"News time to Twenty-one turning now to the stories making headlines across the state including legislative action by state lawmakers due to concerns about a painkilling drug. I Michael Cohen Michigan's listing a drug commonly used to treat nerve pain and seizures as a controlled substance a step intended to fight the opioid epidemic. The State Department licensing and regulatory fair says Gabba Penton also known as Neurontin can have potentially harmful effects when combined with other opioids muskegon community college purchasing the clock. Life story funeral home building for three hundred seventy thousand dollars college president del necessary says the building was a good fit from the outside. It looks like an office building. It's between three and four thousand square feet. It's segmented out in areas that. Lend itself to being converted to a classroom building. We're going to use it. Three classrooms. Initially office space for students to to hang out. Recreate necessary says there will likely be about three hundred thousand dollars in renovations before classes begin in August, the government shutdown now having an impact on the Michigan beer brewing. Industry Frankenmuth brewery, vice president Joe osbour- says all new labels that need to be approved by the alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau. Typically, if we were to come up with something right now, the that label would have already been approved really what we're looking at a six months from now that if if they're prolongs down, and if we're doing here for the summer, and it's a brand new beer, that's really where the problem comes in. Because there's nobody right there. Nobody's cannot support us on the the TV level to get the labels completed. Osberg says the shutdown is having the biggest impact on breweries that are just getting started and relying on the bureau for.

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"state department licensing" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Outside. The Dan looks like any other gas station the gas is actually a few cents cheaper. That's because Ramsey a Yakima tribal member who owns it hasn't paid a tax on the gas. He's getting from out of state. The State Department licensing doesn't like that. They argue cougar den owes them three point six million dollars in unpaid taxes and fees. The case started in two thousand thirteen to lower courts in Washington already reviewed it and sided with the Yakima nation. That's because they interpreted a special provisions in the Yakima treaty of eighteen fifty five this is called the right to travel provisions view ability to move goods across state lines without taxation, Robert Anderson is a professor and director of the native American Law Center at the university of Washington school of law, basically back since the eighteen thirties. The supreme court has routinely and repeatedly held the India treaties are to be understood as the Indians. Understood them at the time of the treaty twelve other states have filed friend of the court briefs in support of Washington, depending on how the high court rules. Those states may see changes with the tribal nations that have similar provisions like the nez perce, an Idaho and the confederated sailors and Kootenai tribes in Montana. I'm as a human is in white swan. Authorities kept the Yakima tribal chair Joe day gowdy out of yesterday's hearing in the supreme court chambers. Emily swing has that part of the story. Jody gowdy don's has traditional regalia with purpose for important occasions and a visit to the highest court in the US is no exception after all he's the chairman of the sovereign Yakama nation, but diplomacy didn't seem to sway a security guard outside the supreme court.

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"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

"With a, look at the day's top local stories the fight against three d printable ghost guns will be. Led by Washington state's attorney general as you heard on ABC news KOMO is Ryan Harris has more edgy. Bob Ferguson says the first goal of. His lawsuit against the Trump administration is a. Restraining order, that would, block defense distributed from posting its designs Wednesday as planned and as. Agreed to in a settlement, with the State Department Ferguson says it would make untraceable undetectable so-called ghost guns available. The, people who shouldn't have them. Honestly for God's sakes when it comes something as basic as public safety are. Steep department saying. Hey this is giveaway for terrorists gun rights groups. And their supporters argue a ban on publishing the plans, violates the right to. Free speech firearms makers say the materials for you to make your own guns without serial numbers are already available Ryan. Harris KOMO news gun owners, could use, a little, more incentive To report a lost or stolen firearms city. Leaders in ever they're saying as, they pass tough new gun laws more. From komo's Corwin Hake. Under the law that kicks in Wednesday gun owners must report to. Police within twenty four hours, if one of their guns is lost or stolen failure to. Do so could result in a two hundred fifty dollar fine in two. Thousand seventeen we, had one hundred and forty firearms stolen in burglaries thefts in the city of Everett Dan temperament is ever chief of police and, that trend really is actually continuing this year I know through may we had eight more firearms at our officers that, were never reported as. Stolen Alaska concern is those stolen guns, will be used to commit other crimes Everett is also passing a law that makes it, a, misdemeanor for a civilian to aim or fire, a gun within city limits unless in self. Defense gentleman sense this is consistent with existing state law, Corwin Hake KOMO news a dramatic crash in Snohomish county this morning says up north of Marysville. Inlet smoky point area right off of I five target trucks Just plowed, right into a building their best komo's Denise Whitaker state patrol says the driver of the semi went off the road. Hit a window tinting building driver suffered minor injuries worship no one else was hurt still to come on KOMO we're going to talk about King County council meeting today where they were talking about money for Safeco field KOMO news time to oh four AAA traffic every ten minutes on the forest marina Rockinger is watching. It all for you we have a disabled vehicle southbound. Four five approaching the maple valley, highway in Renton so the shoulder is. Blocked we have stop and go from park drive. In fact I cars facing the wrong direction so it might be a bit of a distraction for. You on Martin Luther King junior way at east cherry street. There is a crash reported there in Graham highway one sixty one shutdown between two seventy four to seventy eighth as police continue to investigate investigate a very serious, collision in. That area so a hundred tenth is a good choice for, you could also take ordering capacity. Highway if you need to avoid that stretch this look at, traffic brought to you by Washington state Department licensing did you know most people don't..

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"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

"The battle of thurston county court but in the case of the democratic and republican leaders the house and senate hubbard says she won't press for penalties just yet our agreement inquiry while that we would go whipped defendant cubatao jobs and after a day of heating without an end to walk to detect means while the case is on appeal we will not be in the trial court seeking to have the poor individual legislators held in contempt contaminated says both sides have asked the supreme court a washington to expedite the lawmakers appeal the thurston county ruling she hopes the high court will hear arguments in the case before the end of the year at a sesion from the pierce county prosecutor or whether the police shooting of a man in crisis last year was justified was pete combs has the story was august twelve anne pierce county prosecutor mark lindquist says 35yearold at warda cordeiro was obviously the midst of a meltdown mr cordeiro with suicidal he was on methamphetamine and he was threatening to kill people with a knife as you walk down the street cordeiro had apparently already tried to cut his wrist added pulled a knife on a person at a home on one hundred eighty nine street court eastern puyallup deputies quickly caught up with him as he was walking near the intersection of seventy four th avenue and one hundred ninety of st court east the confrontation quickly escalated as deputies repeatedly tried to get cordeiro to drop that knife instead he lunged at one of the day police and all the deputies opened fire cordeiro was hit eleven times by gunfire from free pierce county deputies two of the shots were fatal lindquist says as says it is this case was clearly one of suicide by cop he's now cleared all three deputies involved in pierce county pete combs komo news swat team showed up to a neighborhood and puyallup this morning and evacuated several apartments police say a woman's estranged boyfriend had been living in her apartment for two days and this morning he pointed a gun at the woman's brother who showed up to try kick him out after about two hours of negotiations suspect gave up a faces felony charges for violating a protection order several civic groups and state lawmakers say they've lost faith in the director of the state department licensing and are asking her to resign a letter was delivered to the.

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on KOMO

"To los angeles and orange county to san francisco and san jose and also to san diego las vegas and phoenix is revelation comes about seven months after alaska vice president joseph sprague announced that the airline was going to begin commercial service from a new two gay terminal at paine field be able to formally announce that that will be a reality it's just a very exciting opportunity considerably less excited are pain field neighbors who have complained about increased noise and traffic commercial flights said pain would bring last year the state supreme court rejected muckle tiles lawsuit to stop terminal construction so mayor jennifer gregor sin has taken her appeal directly to the airline encouraging them right over our residential areas alaska will share the new terminal with united air united has already announced daily service from pain to san francisco enver we spoke to rick the about this morning the chief executive affair comparecom and he says alaska's plans for using pain field mount to an open challenge to its competitors does throw down the gauntlet of those that were going to be protecting our space both from delta and to some degree southwest airlines as well delta has emerged as alaska's chief rival in the seattle market competing for customers on both short and long haul routes i shakeup at the state department license saint after it was revealed apartment was turning over records to federal immigration authorities here's the department's communications director christa carlson bruce lee were in alignment we now know that we were not and we definitely want to write that wrong listed a week after the seattle times revealed the deal bell was providing records team aggression forties big changes the deputy director geoff to view is out in the agency now apologizing we are deeply sorry about what has transpired de beer was responsible for overseeing compliance of the governor's executive order that nearly a year ago committed the state to do all it could to protect washington's immigrants refugees from quote discriminatory enforcement and deportation efforts the times reported the deal was issuing photos and driver's license applications 20 to 30 times a month to ice age agents governor instantly said ice was attempting to criminalize all immigration that's not what they're doing it turns out what they're doing is going after this many many people who do not have criminal histories as we would understand them i shall esteban company says it doesn't have a count on how many records were released any led.

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"state department licensing" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"state department licensing" Discussed on WJR 760

"Wjr news our meadow land roman wjr news time eleven no to currently it's fifty nine degrees detroit police have released the latest pictures of the suspect wanted in connection with the murder of james halard junior and manager of the o'reilly autoparts store near say frank six mile police have identified her as 23yearold santa anderson as suspect was taken into custody friday evening but later released channel four spoke with the victim's wife patricia holler at all which is how know that we will have closer to the oath to academic basically showed he for vat vietnam clinton said that you had that money and yet the around his hearing for what kaley for what that's all i want to know what authorities are looking for two african american women between the ages of twenty five and thirty five details have come out about a horrible crash that killed five teenagers in kalamazoo in september but car carrying that teenagers hit a tree and burst into flames on east main street in kalamazoo township at midnight september ii authorities had kept details under wraps now police report showed that the teams were in a stolen car that was going at least one hundred fourteen miles an hour dash cam video showed that a deputy couldn't care job the speeding car careened down control crossed the center line hit a telephone pole and hit a tree the victims three fifteenyearolds 116 and one seventeen criminal charges were not filed there was no one left to charge up it oh god fire department dick haefner wjr news enterpreneurs hoping to break into michigan's medical marijuana business will have the chance to learn how in a series of meetings coming up this month wjr's gene fogel has details the state department licensing and regulatory affairs will hold five educational meetings the meetings will explain how to apply for relations those attending we'll also get a demonstration on the state's tracking system that will follow the medical marijuana from his growth to it's being or processed product all of the sergeants were run from nine in the morning until noon the first and only detroit area meeting will take place wednesday at the oakland community college in farmington hills the others are thursday at second rally state the next monday tuesday in wednesday in south traverse kalamazoo and if the kellogg center in each lansing gene fogel wjr news wjr news time eleven four with traffic and.

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