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Heavily Armed Fans Guard Statue Of Yogi Bear In Case It Turns Out He Supported Confederacy
"For weeks now confederate statues have been coming down across the country either toppled by protesters or removed by local government says America reckons with its racist history, but things are coming to ahead and Sioux. Falls South Dakota where a group of heavily-armed fans have been guarding a statue of Yogi bear. In case it turns out. He supported the confederacy. Take a listen. Here, with Moore's opie are hanna-barbera correspondent Marcy Hammond mercy. Welcome Hi Leslie. The clip you just heard is the sound of dozens of Yogi bear fanatics who spent the last two days protecting a ten foot, tall statue of the classic cartoon character had a campground in South Dakota wielding assault rifles and clad in camouflage. They say that in the off chance. The animated bear held pro confederacy believes they don't want is fiberglass sculpture. Sculpture Torn down. Here's one of the protesters fill marquis. Who traveled all the way from freaking Aberdeen to help patrol? The Park Yoga's Jelly Stones Funds Spare, and even if he was pro slavery, which we honestly have no idea if he was or not, you can't see racist memory just to appease the social justice warriors I, know I speak for everyone here. Would I say I am prepared to die to defend our? Who strong words have there been any attempts by activists to deface or destroy the statue? There have not and while some would argue. That's because the statue was not in any real danger. Marquis believes it's actually because his crews doing such a good job protecting it I see why of the protesters decided to take a stand now well in light of recent efforts by activists to remove memorials dedicated to Stonewall Jackson Robert e Lee and other southern civil war leaders. This group which has dubbed itself the Jelly Stone militia fears. It's only a matter of time before public opinion turns on its favourite anthropomorphic animal. Here's Marquis again. People are so quick to. To say Yogi. Bear me of harbored pro confederacy beliefs, and therefore should be cancelled, but that completely ignores his rich history, a stealing picking masters his work with Ranger Smith and all the mentoring to providing young bears like boo, boo, we don't know whether he would have stood with the union or fought for southern secession. And until we know for sure I'm going to stay here and she. This statue safe sounds like the jelly stone militias senator for the long haul, our officials, responding State Park Rangers have been attempting to keep the protest peaceful, but haven't always been successful. Take a listen to party with video that Yogi bear fans uploaded twitter today. Only folks. All. Your all the can't hear I just need y'all to register at the front gate and pay seven dollars rounds fee. Oh my God! It's ANTIGA. While we'll clearly tensions remain high marcie. Please keep us updated. As the story unfolds, we all do. That's OPR's Marcy
"state park rangers" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"European intelligence officials say Russian agents offered money to Taliban militants in Afghanistan to kill US or British troops correspondent Nick Payton, Walsh tells US officials think the effort might have been success. They do believe that that scheme resulted in some coalition casualties. Now it's not clear whether these were fatalities or injuries, which nationality or when the particular casualties occur, But it's certainly in their assessment Wass with consequences. Identifies the Taliban to do something. New York Times, citing officials briefed on the matter reported that President Donald Trump was briefed on the intelligence findings and that the White House's National Security Council held a meeting about it in late March. Yesterday. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said in a statement that the president and vice president were not briefed on the alleged Russian bounty intelligence, saying the Times reporting was not accurate. President today tweeted dismissing the Times report as fake news and the intelligence as phony. Wins news time to 16 federal authorities of charge four men in connection with the attempt last week to pull down the statue of President Andrew Jackson near the White House. Authorities allege in a complaint unsealed Saturday that the men damaged and attempted to tear down the statue of President Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square last Monday. The square has been the site of protests following the in custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis officials say one of the men, 20 year old Connor Matthew, Judge of Washington, D. C, in an appearance Saturday in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Barbecue. Second Washington Wins news time to 16 A young woman is recovering from a rattlesnake bite after the venomous serpent sank its teeth into her ankle in Harriman State Park. The 25 year old woman from Brooklyn was hiking Friday evening on the trails in the Rockland County Park. When it happened, she had to be airlifted to a hospital for immediate medical attention. State Park Rangers in the Rockland County sheriff determined it would take too long to get her out of there any other way. So in NYPD Aviation unit was called in, and she was hoisted onto a helicopter which got her to Nyack Hospital. I made it in time to treat the bite, and she is expected to make a full recovery.
"state park rangers" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"12 15 Two people are dead and four more wounded after a former employee opened fire at a WalMart distribution center in Northern California correspondent Alex Stone has to tell me no federal agents are on scene now helping to investigate the has agents who were assisting Red Bluff Police and the Tehama County Sheriff's Department as a investigate, we're told the shooter drove his SUV into the Walmart distribution center building. Then got out with an A R style rifle and began firing and workers right at shift change time. Police responded in and shot the gunman in the chest. He was also taken to a hospital but did not survive. He's been identified. He was 31 years old and did work at the center briefly last year before being fired for not showing up one day, his relationship to the victims. Is still unclear. Wins news time. 12 16 European intelligence officials say Russian agents offered money to Taliban militants. Taliban militants in Afghanistan. To kill US or British troops correspondent Nick Payton. Walsh has more on the report. He says officials think the effort might have been success. They do believe that that scheme resulted in some coalition casualties. Now it's not clear whether these were fatalities or injuries, which nationality or when these particular casualties occur, But it's certainly and their assessment Wass with consequence, it incentivized Taliban to do something. Now. The New York Times, citing officials briefed on the matter reported that President Trump was briefed on those intelligence findings and that the White House's National Security Council held a meeting about it in late March. Yesterday, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said. President and vice president were not briefed on the alleged Russian bounty intelligence. She also went on to say her statement does not speak to the merit of the alleged intelligence but toothy inaccuracy of the New York Times story, which said the president had indeed been briefed. She did not deny the validity of the reported US intelligence. Wins NEWS Time. 12 16 young woman is recovering from a rattlesnake bite after the venomous serpent sank its teeth into her ankle and Harriman State Park, 25 year old Brooklyn woman was hiking Friday evening on the trails in the Rockland County Park. When it happened, she had to be airlifted to a hospital for immediate medical attention. State Park Rangers and the Rockland County sheriff determined it would take too long to get her there out of there any other way. So an NYPD aviation unit had to be called in, and she was hoisted onto a helicopter which got her to Nyack Hospital. Made it in time to treat the bite, and she is expected to make a full recovery wins news time 12 17. Stressed out Try stress balls,.
"state park rangers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But I can say is that it's there was such a comfort arms wrapped around me that the other side maybe second base of at what do you what do you think lance fell I ask what your experience that's our question I hope so I don't know maybe some that maybe some day I'll get to ask the question but who will be in this life many banks to ranger Brody young sharing is for the snap after a long recovery back to doing what he loves working as a state park ranger in the desert of southern Utah he's also taken a motivational speaking how other people figure out how to survive survival to learn more watch links to his website on our website snap judgment that orgy original score for that story slightly on what a moto it was produced by Joe Rosenberg now in just a moment from there to the fourth what could possibly go wrong step outside with the look back special day it's not enough to know the latest detail in the ever changing impeachment story we also need to know what it all means for the trump presidency.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Special today on snap a young man by the name of the young buddy young job for which only the truly tough should apply to the state park ranger it's called dead horse point deep in the canyon lands of southern Utah the thing is in your ranger in those parts also in the long run of Brodie job seriously what is your first love reverse the place after so start about the stars that come out at night you can see all the stars it's just so clear and so dark it's considered dark sky country and when the sun rises and you go on you know on the cliff's edge of a dead horse point you can see mountain ranges that are a hundred a hundred and fifty miles away it's jazz desolate and vast and if you don't go out prepared it's going to bite you for cover a lot of bodies whether they were on the river you know or got lost in those canyons and they just weren't prepared so here you're putting yourselves on a on a on a tight rope and it's easy to fall and desolation canyon on the Green River there's a few places you can go see scroll which is odd isn't it but someone dies in the desert and then stay there for a long time before they found some people choose to go die alone and beautiful place that happens actually kind of frequently and that's that's something I have a hard time understanding how can life get so bad the one and November nineteenth two thousand ten I was on patrol I was on a an extra shift I work that day but there was some overtime money available and it's a really warm warm nice kind of the warm before the storm then I went down this Colorado River corridor to these trail heads to.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KOMO
"Minor bit of slowing as well and as well. We're seeing a little bit of hesitation, southbound five still from Northgate down to about the ship canal bridge. Our next report is at seven oh, four. I'm Evan Smith. Komo traffic into early Sunday. Morning temps down to the low to mid fifties. With clouds, increasing overnight into early Sunday morning be prepared for some cool. Chris. And cloudy conditions. We could even be battling a few patches of low lying clouds and fog now this cloud should start to dissipate by midday on Sunday that will provide us with partly to mostly sunny skies tomorrow afternoon with highs in the mid to upper seventies could be slightly hazy out there tomorrow due to some wildfires burning in Alberta Canada. And we will be dry out there tomorrow. I'm meteorologist Abby Coney in the KOMO weather center. Scene. On this weekend's about Washington state. Parks invites you to learn about the history of the states for trade, France, Spokane house and riverside state park. Rangers presenting a weekend of local for trade history from the years, eighteen ten eighteen twenty six Virginia painter of state parks and recreation says that happens next weekend June eighth and ninth that riverside state park in Spokane of interesting people living history, demonstrations,.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And some Fremont trains going into San Francisco as well. It's just not going to be continuous through the day on Sunday smart. Also is beginning the seismic retrofit of the transbay tube on Monday and that will affect early weekday morning and nighttime service, Melissa call Ross KCBS the forecast calling for rain on Tuesday. And Wednesday of this week has cost Cal trans to delay permanent repairs. To the Richmond. San Rafael bridge bridge work will now commence the week of February eighteenth Cal trans will work each night from nine o'clock until four in the morning for about ten successive nights. One lane will be open in each direction during the week crews have to repair and expansion joint last Thursday. You may recall a football sized chunk of cement fell from the upper deck onto a car on the lower deck had fell from an expansion joint installed. When the bridge was built in one thousand nine hundred fifty six the pilot who was killed in a plane crash amount. Diablo Friday has been identified. Chris debar of plaster county was flying from Hayward to Lincoln outside of Sacramento Friday evening and was reported overdue by a family Member State park. Ranger Cameron Morrison tells KPI x five Rangers were called to the scene of the crash after the wreckage was spotted. Off of summit road by hikers sages thought it was unusual that it went down. And they wanted to be treated as a crime scene until they could get out on to make their own findings the FAA an NTSB are investigating the cause of that plane crash to.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Please still looking for the shooter or shooters after three men were killed the departure. Bowling alley. CBS news. Jeff two wins his friends and family of the victims are trying to understand what led to their deaths. The second person dead was twenty year old Michael Radford who leaves behind an eight month old daughter. The third person killed was twenty eight-year-old Aston Edwards. Well, see I'm a bear my own kid. They voted. Twenty eight year old Robert Mickens was also killed in the shooting. A brawl broke out late Friday night at Gable? House bowl before shots were fired. For others were injured. Police have not released any information on possible suspects. As far as we know at this point last night's heavy rain hasn't caused any major problems in residential areas that were hit by recent wildfires. But as you've been hearing on our traffic reports part of PCH is still closed in the Malibu area because of lots of bud debris that storm washed onto the roadway CBS UIs Laurie Peres the mud got so thick in some spots run incidental canyon road. The some drivers on themselves. Literally stock when they plowed into it a state park ranger underestimated, the depth of the flowing got stuck himself one of at least five vehicles. We know of that got sucked. Fortunately, everyone in those stuck cars was able to get out safely. Cal trans has lots of heavy equipment at the scene. Trying to clear the highway as soon as possible it's going to be closed all day today, but could reopen perhaps tomorrow. LA county. Health officials warning those who go out to beaches about the waters near storm drains beach water used vise reason effect until early Wednesday morning officials say storm.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Lodi for their two year old boy who died at UCSF any off children's hospital after a long illness. KCBS is gentlemen reports. His mother was only able to join him in his final days after winning special permission to enter the United States, Abdullah Hassan and his father both US citizens came to Oakland for treatment of the babies rare degenerative brain condition, they endured months without his mother a Yemeni citizen asking for a waiver of the Trump administration's travel ban affecting mostly Muslim countries as Abdullah's disease advanced the council on American Islamic relations or care got involved. This is spokeswoman Kaelin Kipling Majedi hospital contacted us on the families. You have to see if there's anything we can do to get this mother here as his condition is rapidly deteriorating and the husband is having to go through this without the mother, and the mother's cry on the phone because she cannot be with her after some legal help. And a media blitz care was able. To announce on December nineteenth at the mother. Got her waiver and arrived at her baby's bedside ten days later care issued the father statement that the couple had said goodbye to the light of their lives after the funeral. The organization will be working with the mother on applying for permanent residency in the US, gentlemen. KCBS San Jose woman is spending time in jail after allegedly ramming into a state Park Rangers patrol car and leading sheriff's deputies on a chase in app toss. The Santa Cruz sentinel is reporting the park ranger saw the woman driving a radically Thursday night and tried to stop her when she threw the car in reverse and hit the Rangers patrol car. Santa Cruz county sheriff's deputies saw the incident and and the suspect speed off Shelly Vickers, then led the deputy on a short chase. Then crashed into a fence on Rio del mar boulevard deputies then discovered that there was a small child in the car unrestrained rail to remove the child who was not hurt Vickers is in the Santa Cruz county jail in lieu. Fifteen thousand dollars bail. San Francisco police are hoping to get some help from the public and finding a man who's wanted for attempted murder and robbery in the tenderloin district happened on Friday, just.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News time eight oh nine the shortage of skilled workers in the bay area's expected to continue in two thousand nineteen KCBS is Mike HOGAN reports on the types of skills. Most in demand workers most in demand include software, developers and people with application development skills. Some of the skills that we're looking for our anyone insecurity database management, cloud computing, mobile development, and those areas those are some of the hottest hiring areas. Currently today Heather Johnston bay area, president of Robert Half. Technology says while the twenty nine hundred job outlook may not be so bright in some parts of the country. That's not the case here. We're in our own bubble here. The stock market isn't doing well, but unemployment is less than two percent in intact could sub two percent. And we start talking about these hard to find skill sets. You're looking sometimes sub one percent of unemployment right now and those areas Johnson says for companies here it's all about having to continue innovating to keep up. With other tech hubs around the world the Silicon Valley bureau, Mike Colgan KCBS. A San Jose woman is spending time in jail after allegedly ramming into a state Park Rangers patrol car hand leading the sheriff's deputies on a chase in Santa Cruz sentinel reports the park ranger saw the woman driving a radically Thursday night and tried to talk to her when she threw the car in reverse in hit the Rangers patrol car. Santa Cruz county sheriff's deputy witnessed the incident and then saw the Shelley Vickers speed off short chase ended when she crashed into a fence on Rio del mar boulevard deputies then discovered there was a young child unrestrained in the car. They were able to remove the child who was not harmed Vickers is in the Santa Cruz county jail in lieu of fifteen thousand dollars bail. KCBS news time at eight eleven. We've got sports on the way when it comes to taking care of your family and.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KOMO
"Police officers firefighters and, other law enforcement personnel gathering this hour ahead of the memorial service for a fallen comrade kept. Police officer Diego Marino killed nine days ago. In the line of duty, calling Johnson, live with a preview, of today's. Somber events When it comes to law enforcement when one falls they all come out of respect state Park Rangers are here Bremerton police Pasco western. Washington University police. Fedral Woolley just your name. A few of the well over seven hundred or so who have gathered. Here at emerald downs where. One. Hour from now that will proceed. Toward, the family I'm told. Is also on their way here now by motorcade and when they all leave here northbound one sixty seven we'll be closed for a time between Auburn and. Can't members of the community. Are asked to line four th avenue and can't just show respect as you. Mentioned it was nine, days, ago officer Morita was struck and killed by another copy was chasing a suspect turn out to, be three teenagers, one is now charged with murder police chief Rafael says officer Marino was a remarkable servants earning lifesaving three lifesaving medals in the short career, that he had with us eight years to achieve that much, is just remarkable he truly is amongst heroes he is A. True hero The chief will be speaking. At today's service starting, at one o'clock the. Public is welcome the officer's widow and his mother both also expected. To speak today you can see the entire service on KOMO TV and KOMO. News dot com starting at one o'clock reporting live Carleen Johnson, KOMO, news time ten three investigators searching for answers after a gunman opened fire inside a crowded. WinCo grocery, store in Richland a woman seriously injured now being treated. At a hospital the gunman who was arrested. Is remove Mattila Oregon police say he put down his gun and waited for. Police to arrive it's unclear whether or not he. Knew the victim a man hurt during the May Day, protests in Seattle, two years ago reaching a settlement. With the city Sam LeVine was shooting video of the protests when he was injured by a blast ball thrown by, a police officer a piece of shrapnel cut, his left cheek resulting, in multiple surgeries leaving him. With nerve damage living says he decided to settle thirty six.
"state park rangers" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Day ABC's Jim Ryan says our temperatures aren't bad when you compare it to what's happening. In the southern US four days in a row during the. Past week afternoon highs here in Dallas Fort Worth have been above. One hundred degrees on some days way above one hundred at enchanted rock at Texas State Park Rangers reported. Last Thursday the pink granite mountain surface temperature was one hundred thirty three firefighters are making progress against the garner complex of lightning caused wildfires northeaster grants, pass the fires burn more. Than seventeen thousand acres there now fifteen percent contained crews are, working to build fire lines and set back. Burns to eliminate fuel a lot of smoke in the. Area when the conditions allow aircraft are being used to drop water and retardant President. Trump is considering pulling security Clearance for. Several former intelligence officials who've been critical of the Trump administration the White House says. The problem is they're monetize in, their clearances but ABC chief legal analyst Dan Abrahams says it's an unusual, move there are four million Americans who have security clearance a. Lot. Of them are contractors don't work for the government they regularly monetize their access to having security clearance house speaker Paul Ryan says that's a decision the White, House can make I think he's trolling people honestly Oregon Senator Ron Wyden tells CNN it sounds more like president Nixon's enemies list then the question would be if that's, the case, our tax payer resources is going to be. Used and go after critics Wyden says President Trump is not taking action. To stop Russia from interfering in the midterm elections he's calling on. Republican, members of congress to step up wideness sponsored a Bill that would require all elections to use..
"state park rangers" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Just trying to prove they have the range son this further even in the nineteen forties when we originally launched nuclear weapons against japan we had to borrow scientists from germany to make that happen we didn't have anybody in our whole country who's capable of pulling that off and i think there are very few in the world who have this kind of understanding if you're starting from scratch i mean there are a number of nations with nuclear arms so yeah but the nut but the number of people who can do it and we're going to travel to north korea well that's just the thing right they haven't let anybody in and i don't think they produce their own nuclear genus no no but then that could be the end game here for him mr soon i'm going to negotiate with something i don't have to get something i want and maybe i don't have a nuclear arms program that they believe that that'd be cool if i get some get backs make them think i still have something going on could be more coming up john and ken show cafe debra mark has news the search has ended for as many as twelve people who ran from a beached boat in orange county the boat landed at crystal cova bid after seven o'clock and everyone on the boat scattered running every which direction the laguna beach police department says it looks like a case of human smuggling customs and border protection and the state park rangers joined in on the search boat was pango boden a small fishing boat with an outboard motor in orange county chris ancarlo kfi news the news is brought to you by reborncabinets lifeguards in la county had a pretty busy star to the summer season strong surf along the so cal coast is creating dangerous conditions experienced high surf in the six foot range in with that comes a lot of rip currents so we've had quite a busy weekend spencer parker's a spokesman for the la county fire department says lifeguards pulled three hundred fifty people from the water yesterday seen some pretty hefty rip currents so we just wanna make sure that if you're coming down to enjoy your day at the beach make sure.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tim conway junior joins us coming back all about the belmont controversy or was it i think i'm gonna call baloney on this controversy gary and shannon nielsen major in for hoffman and amy kings got the latest the search has ended for as many as twelve people who ran away from a beach boat in orange county the boat landed at crystal cova bid after seven o'clock and everyone on the boat scattered running in every which direction the laguna beach police department says it looks like a case of human smuggling customs and border protection and the state park rangers joined in on the search boat was a pango boden's a small fishing boat with an outboard motor in orange county chris ancarlo kfi news is brought to you by reborn cabinets homeless woman has stabbed a man with scissors at a bus stop in pasadena police say the woman walked up to the man yesterday morning on lake avenue speaking nonsense to him then through and hit him with some batteries she then stabbed him in the arm with scissors says he got onto a bus police track the woman down and took her to jail a woman in san diego offering a little help to a homeless this man has been kicked and stabbed police say she offered the man who was digging through a shopping cart a sports drink he kicked her and stabbed her in the hip he's been arrested the woman's expected to be okay the government wants an isis wannabe to think about what he did for the next fifteen years federal prosecutors in new york say arafat noggin traveled to turkey and twenty twelve in two thousand fourteen to meet with members of isis they say he bought body armor a machete and night vision goggles among other things before he went and watch violent videos and a three year bid to join the terrorist group they say he was planning a third trip to turkey before his arrest in two thousand fifteen the guys from lack of water in upstate new york he's forty seven in january doggy pleaded guilty to trying to aid a terrorist group michael survey kfi news in a study published in the journal of the american medical association says kids whose tonsils are removed can triple their risk of respiratory diseases later in life researchers in denmark and.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KOMO
"From the komo twenty four seven news center the body of a seventeen year old lynnwood boy's been recovered from the waters of banks lake after he went missing late friday near steamboat rock state park the grand county sheriff's office saying friends reporting david festival missing about eight thirty on friday evening after watching him try to swim to shore after he fell off a flotation device fresco went underwater and didn't resurface deputies state park rangers and boaters searched the waters and shoreline until nightfall suspended the search spokane county sheriff's dive team would back at it yesterday morning in the search continued divers found festivals body about six pm last night steamboat rockets near the popular recreational area known as sun lakes in central washington police went to or responding to reports of a shootout saturday afternoon finding a man with a gun shop who knew his foot and search failed to turn up a second shooter they'll police did find a pistol the wounded man was taken to harborview medical center two men were reported exchanging gunfire at fourteenth sal jackson at about one thirty on saturday komo news reminding you health officials investigating an e coli outbreak this is at three homegrown restaurants locations in redmond kirkland and here in seattle for people got sick after eating the chicken pesto sandwiches sometime near the end of april that item has been taken off the menu while the investigation continues with the cause seventy make that seventy four year old woman who suffers from dementia monitoring away from the northwest folklife festival yesterday and missing authorities identifiers jacqueline depaz she is white as blue eyes gray and red hair five foot three ways about one hundred thirty pounds lasting wearing a blue t shirt and folklife.
"state park rangers" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Good afternoon it is three o'clock i'm pamela furr with your top story congratulate the republic of korea on its historic summit with north korea we're encouraged by president moon and kim jong un's express goal complete denuclearization president trump at a joint news conference with german chancellor angela merkel at the white house today commenting on the warming of relations between north and south korea meanwhile the republican led house intelligence committee officially declared the end of its russia probe saying in its final reported found no evidence the trump campaign colluded with russia in the twenty sixteen presidential campaign the president says honored by the report it was totally conclusive strong powerful many things said that nobody knew about and set at a very strong way they were very forceful in saying that the clinton campaign actually did contribute to russia so maybe somebody ought to look at that but what we really should do is get on with our lives and get on with a lot of things former president george h w bush remains in a hospital in a houston hospital after being admitted sunday for a blood infection clayton neville says people close to the bush family are optimistic about his recovery statement said that president george h w bush will stay in the hospital through the weekend as he continues to recover his office said he's an excellent spirits and is looking forward to resuming his schedule going to main next month in other news accused parkland shooter nncholas cruise is back in jail after a quick status hearing in fort lauderdale courtroom today crews is accused of killing seventeen people in a mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in february is defense team asked the judge to waive the right to a speedy trial in favor of more time to work on the case the judge granted that request urine home antigua and antiracist action are saying they plan to protest a white nationalist conference planned for this weekend thirty five miles west of nashville tennessee and says american renaissance will meet for its seventh consecutive year at montgomery bell state park burn starting tonight state park rangers say they'll be putting barriers to keep the groups separate on wednesday in.
"state park rangers" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"On a probationary provisional licence thursday hoping to force the facility you run a tight or ship dhs spokesperson brandy he goes says the probation will be in effect for twelve months the decision came following the discovery of a boy hurt under a slum at the north little rock a saint location the report says the bully was in tears with tornup close bruises and a bloodied limp two employees have been fired as a result a homeless shelter being operated out of a home now being shut down by the capital city neighbours complained the owner of truth and transitions henry postsaturday the end was trying to profit off the homeless the city planning commission marwick held the necessary permit for him to continue operating pulsar dm says he's going to closys shelter but he's got to look for new location guns n' roses rocks the capital city tonight the first concert at war memorial stadium in sixteen years meg back years wicket department of parks and recreation towns more about the traffic well art 25 state park rangers and working with little rock police department will be setting up some traffic patterns that will make flow easier but that's going to be determined when they see the size of the crowd wondering why there are park rangers involved arkansas state park rangers are our law enforcement arm of the state parks system in fact they recently won an award as being one of the top law enforcement agencies at all of the state parks in the united states so you can feel very very safe now in their their guns n' roses rocks the rock tonight on county jail newsradio one or two point nine karn the widely sunny high eighty eight tonight partly cloudy and human 70s thought cloudy tomorrow aboard a shower ford led resorted vaughan followed by a couple of showers and a heavy thunderstorm in the afternoon high eighty six tomorrow night mostly cloudy and humid with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm with a.
"state park rangers" Discussed on WTVN
"Real question is will he allowed to exercise at and that means will he uh the discipline that that general kelly will try to impose on the anthony scaramucci he's in there steve bannon ends and the jared kushner's and the rest and in his new role kelly attending cabinet meeting at the white house this hour get out that from russia to hundreds of american diplomat stationed there the kremlin retaliating for new tougher sanctions from the us before president trump is even signed him into law abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vegas russia also seize tear us diplomatic compounds vice president mike pence is traveling in estonia right now right there in russia's backyard he responded saying that recent diplomatic action taken by moscow will not deter the commitment of the us to the security the security of our allies and the security of when he called freedomloving nations around the world the north korean threat just became more acute over the weekend the north firing off another nuclear test a missile that could reach anywhere in the us abc chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz with the us and allies response us bombers conducting joint exercises with south korea and japan in response to that intercontinental ballistic launched by north korea they flew over the korean peninsula this was a 10 our mission wall street the dow up fifty nine points you're listening to abc news geno forward these radio 610 wtvn cover k success he concerned about what's going on in the nation's capital and the recent failure of republicans set a bill that would have repeal obamacare he says what's happening in congress is not put america supposed to be america is given take america is compromised without giving up your principal finding solutions to difficult problems not wipe tearing each other down the figuring out how we can get along casic on fox news sunday ohio state park rangers looking for two suspects who were cooking up myth.