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Stephon Clark's two young sons to get $2.4 million from Sacramento

KNX Programming

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Stephon Clark's two young sons to get $2.4 million from Sacramento

"Court documents say the city of Sacramento will pay two point four million dollars to two young sons of an unarmed black man fatally shot by police last year a quarter of the money in addition to fourteen thousand expenses will go to the attorneys the rest goes into a trust for the sons of Stefan Clark he was killed in his grandparents backyard as police pursued him as a vandalism suspect the sons ages to. and five will be able to access the money tax free when they are between twenty two and twenty five the shooting sparked months of protests that roiled Sacramento and sparked demonstrations nationwide Clark's family initially sought twenty million through a federal civil rights lawsuit Clark's parents and grandparents have not settled their claims county and state authorities declined to file charges against the two officers who shot

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California AG sees no grounds for charging police in black man's killing

AP Radio News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

California AG sees no grounds for charging police in black man's killing

"California, attorney general havi air, but thera says no charge. Will be filed against Sacramento police officers who shot and killed an unarmed. Black man, Stefan Clark when confronted shortly after breaking the door. Mr Clark did not follow. Officers commands Sarah says a nearly yearlong investigation shows the officers believed they were in danger turns out Clark had a cell phone in his hand his killing prompted protests in the California state capital. Honestly think that the Clark family can help us all move forward. And I and I hope we can in this to be. Some of the warriors who help us move in interrupt direction. Some eighty people were arrested during a protest last night in the

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California AG won't charge officers who shot Stephon Clark

Michael Savage

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

California AG won't charge officers who shot Stephon Clark

"The Sacramento, California officers involved in the shooting death of Stefan Clark will not be criminally charged. Correspondent Jim Rupe? Reports. State attorney general hobby episode says this was a thorough investigation independent of the DA's office which reached the same conclusion based on those objective facts, we make a determination of what the officers were proceeding and how they could Apsara says from the evidence Clark came out from behind a picnic table with an object in his hand later found to be a phone and began advancing toward the officers. The officers shouted for him to stop repeatedly shouted show your hands then gun as Clark continued toward them. Sarah says the officers were justified in fearing for their

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80 arrested, including reporter, at police shooting protest

Armstrong and Getty

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

80 arrested, including reporter, at police shooting protest

"Police say a protest over the shooting of an unarmed. Black man by Sacramento police has ended with at least eighty arrests including clergy and a reporter dozens of people stage the March and a wealthy area of the city after prosecutors declined to file charges against police who shot Stefan Clark last March. The officers say they thought the twenty two year old had a gun, but he was holding a cell phone. The district attorney says they will not be charged. The family

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Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

Killer Innovations

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

"And the family of Stefan Clark says that Justice was denied after Sacramento district. Attorney announced the two officers involved in his death would not be charged quark was killed nearly one year ago when he led the police on a brief chase before being shot. The officers mistook a cell phone for a gun Clark's brother is calling on California's attorney general to prosecute them.

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Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

Killer Innovations

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Stephon Clark's Family Reacts To Sacramento DA's Decision

"And the family of Stefan Clark says that Justice was denied after Sacramento district. Attorney announced the two officers involved in his death would not be charged quark was killed nearly one year ago when he led the police on a brief chase before being shot. The officers mistook a cell phone for a gun Clark's brother is calling on California's attorney general to prosecute them.

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80 arrests made during Sacramento police shooting protest

Investor's Edge

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

80 arrests made during Sacramento police shooting protest

"Sacramento, california. At least eighty arrests made last night during a big protest after it was announced that there will not be charges in the fatal police shooting of Stefan. Clark a black man who was holding a cell phone when he was fatally shot at his grandmother's backyard last

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Sacramento policemen won't face charges in killing of unarmed black man

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Sacramento policemen won't face charges in killing of unarmed black man

"Angry relatives of Stefan. Clark black man fatally shot by police as he held a cell phone have promised to continue their fight for Justice. A Sacramento county district attorney said they were not going to bring charges against the officers family members accused her of unfairly blaming Clark for his death by revealing that he had personal troubles when he'd been going through in the days before he was

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No charges in fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark

The Gun Guy

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

No charges in fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark

"Debbie hand light to Sacramento police. Officers will not face criminal charges in the fatal shooting of an unarmed. Black man, no criminal charges will be filed in this case does not diminish in any way. The tragedy. The prostration. That we. We cannot ignore that Sacramento county district. Attorney Emory Schubert says police are twenty two year old Stefan Clark, vandalism suspect was carrying a gun. But it was a

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"stefan clark" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Gento where stefan clark was killed has received four hundred forty six thousand dollars from police unions associations and police affiliated groups over that time period including a whole bunch of money tens of thousands of dollars right in the immediate aftermath of stefan clark being killed by sacramento police so this is definitely something to turn out for this tuesday making sure that we're electing district attorney candidates who actually care about reform actually care about holding the police accountable who are not tied to the police unions in terms of campaign contributions and other influence and this is our opportunity to do that not only in alameda county where pamela price is running and could be that candidate but also in places like san diego where genevieve jones right is running another black woman on on a platform of reform there as a district attorney and then of course unseating folks like ann marie shubert who have been corrupt for too long i always love it when people make their make their racism transparent instead of opaque sam we use specially you've got no affect them in capital letters at the end of the distribution list title so i know exactly who you're talking about and who you do not want to see the messages that you are sending out you know i think it's interesting man i'm thankful for our collective evolution on this i remember when we first launched campaign zero a lot of people took issue with our tenth policy platform being around police unions and ensuring that they are fair and just in are not standing in the way of equity and justice for communities in so many ways that they are and the subversion tactics.

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Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census

02:26 min | 2 years ago

Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census

"In arizona's history as tens of thousands of education's marched on the state capital for npr news i'm casey coon in phoenix later today president trump welcomes the nation's teachers of the year to the white house for a reception a coroner's investigation into the shooting death of stefan clark in sacramento says an independent autopsy provided to clark's family has significant errors clark was killed by police while holding a cell phone and standing in his grandmother's backyard bob moffitt of capital public radio reports from sacramento sacramento county pathologist determined more than half of the entry wounds were to the side or front of clark's body in the majority were not to his back dr bennett amal who had claimed sacramento police sergeant vans chandler says the department doesn't typically release coroner's reports we know how significant this incident is in our community and we are committed to of being transparent the autopsy also found seven bullet wounds not aid as a mall claimed community activists berry axiom says the outcome is the same what do we shot twenty seven times eight times you should've got shot the toxicology report shows clark had alcohol codeine hydrocare donen xanax in his system officers shot clark after responding to reports vandalism for npr news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento you're listening to npr news from washington a large group of migrants continues to wait and tijuana mexico at the us border they wrote north through mexico in a caravan intending to seek asylum they say they're fleeing political and gang violence in their central american countries they have infuriated president trump who has tweeted angrily about them the state of colorado in three cities are joining one of the lawsuits trying to remove a citizenship questioned from the twenty twenty senses npr's hansie lo wong reports the census bureau is currently facing four separate lawsuits over the controversial question the largest lawsuit against the citizenship question is led by new york state besides colorado it now includes pittsburgh columbus ohio and central falls island where the government is currently conducting a test run of the two thousand twenty cents is this citizenship question was added to the census form by commerce secretary wilbur ross he oversees the census and approved requests for the question from the justice department which says a needs a better count of us citizens to enforce the voting rights act but critics say asking about citizenship could discourage noncitizens from participating in.

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Officers who shot Stephon Clark back on duty; brother speaks from jail

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Officers who shot Stephon Clark back on duty; brother speaks from jail

"It's the california report in just about half a minute after joe mcconnell and your traffic north to idiots stevens creek is our latest problem it's a hit and run crash in the middle of the slow traffic that extends northbound two eighty well behind that at the end of the crash it's backed up traffic still through san jose north eight eightieth whipple entertains collision there with a big rig in a car on the shoulder southbound eight eighty recovering from an earlier crash near a street still pretty slow from san leandro and i'm joe mcconnell for cake thanks joe his report at eight fifty one brought to you by positive coaching alliance good morning this is the california report i'm penny nelson the brother of an unarmed black man shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports that the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism sacked pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while investigating the all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark the sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete that's capital public radio's bob moffitt now onto labor issues after more than a year of failed contract talks members of the university of california's largest employees union says they are ready to strike sarah hosseini reports members of afs me thirty to nine.

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Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Report: Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, arrested on threat charges

"Trend apprentice who helped the singer obtained pay medication says he's relieved with the outcome officials say they've determined prince died after taking a counterfeit pain medication that was laced with a powerful pain drug fenton all something he may not have been aware of francis cousin charles smith says he's disappointed with the investigation is still has lots of questions got to be some reason why someone should be held accountable for the fence on their prince apparently became addicted to painkillers as a result of a long standing hip injury lance armstrong the one time cycling superstars reached a five million dollars settlement with the federal government overcharges armstrong to friday the us postal service which sponsored his cycle team armstrong admitted to doping on wall street the dow dropped eighty three points this is npr news i'm tara siler the brother of an unarmed black man who has shot and killed by sacramento police last month has been arrested on felony charges and is being held without bail capital public radio's bob moffitt reports the arrest comes as protests over stefan clark's death continue devante clark was booked into the sacramento county jail on felony charges of making criminal threats assault and vandalism pd sergeant vance chandler says clark has made numerous nine one one calls in recent days he has been calling our dispatch center and while in bed estimating that all that how we discovered that these crimes were committed the arrest came at about the same time a group of eighty people delivered one hundred thousand signatures collected online to the local district attorney's office they demand she charged the officers who killed stefan clark sacramento district attorney says it could be a year before the investigation is complete for news i'm bob moffitt in sacramento state officials are that the trump administration will pay for california national guard troops to be ployed to the southern border and elsewhere late yesterday governor jerry brown agreed to deploy four hundred guard members to the border and other parts of the state to combat drugs gangs and gun running but not immigration enforcement trump tweeted this morning that brown's deployment will and his words do nothing and the federal government will not pay but this afternoon the california national guard said it received written confirmation from the pentagon that it will fund the deployment and that nothing has.

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Sacramento PD release dozens more videos from Stephon Clark's shooting death

News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Sacramento PD release dozens more videos from Stephon Clark's shooting death

"Story so that means seventies and eighties in your forecast plenty of sunshine for the weekend all right let me just give it one more time thanks and traffic and weather together on the it's on all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time seven twenty two sacramento police have released dozens of new video and audio clips related to last month's fatal shooting of stefan clark those clips include dashboard and body camera footage from video from a sheriff's helicopter as well and to nine one one calls the videos confirmed that officers waited about five minutes from the time clark was shot before they approached his body they then spent another minute handcuffing him and searching him before rendering medical aid the videos also show at least one responding officer being told to mute his microphone and two others performing cpr on clark the department has since banned muting microphones one of the nine one one calls came from inside clark's grandparents home the caller reports banging on his backyard windows and asks the dispatcher what's going on the number of latino students in oakland public schools far exceeds the number of teachers with latino heritage case if yesterday bob butler says the district is now launching a recruitment drive in an effort to diversify its staff right now forty five percent of students but only fourteen percent of oakland public school teachers have latino heritage we are looking at research that has come out that shows how the impact of having same race teachers has on students of color and so this is why we are now i'm putting an intentional effort to building our latino teacher pipeline raquel jimenez says that impact is not good it's causing a disconnection and disengagement with anything education related as early as fourth and fifth grade recruiter america donald said you don't have to speak spanish we invite anyone who's interested of latino heritage that wants to become a teacher this thursday to come to our orientation and help us spread the word to ten am at district headquarters tenth and broadway in oakland about butler kcbs kcbs news time seven twenty four it's time to check in with casey super micro money desk jason brooks is standing by susan facebook's privacy problems could take a turn.

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FDA Head Vows to Keep E-Cigs Away from Kids ... or Else

Total Information AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

FDA Head Vows to Keep E-Cigs Away from Kids ... or Else

"Educators in arizona moving toward a strike vote over pay raises and school funding meanwhile teachers in colorado rallying as well this year educators have protest over money in oklahoma west virginia kentucky arizona and now colorado sacramento police released new video of the night officer shot and killed stefan clark the video shows officers turning off their microphones and asking others if they had done the same they also show two officers performing cpr wildfires in western oklahoma have killed two people and the manager who called nine one one on two black men at a starbucks in philadelphia no longer works at that store tom brian a novel idea to revive the old mills outlet mall by turning it into a huge amateur sports complex could be a step closer to happening campbell xs michael calhoun gives us the latest one of the challenges is the sheer amount of debt still hanging over the mall from its original construction but when it comes to the power plant says the project is called saint louis county executive steve stenger says he met monday with the convention and visitor's commission which seemed open to helping out with about six million dollars from county tourism taxes cbc as as our regional partner and we want to work with them to bring this project to a for to fruition and i think they believe in the project as well the money would go to upgrade ballfields as part of the sports complex but if the deal does not work out at the old mills mall power plex backers say they'll go to saint charles county instead michael calhoun newsradio eleven twenty kmox a health watchdog group wants the food and drug administration to take a closer look at specific e cigarette brand matthew myers president of the campaign for tobaccofree kids says there's currently no fda oversight of a brand called jewel j u u l it is literally like wildfire across our country in high schools all across the country in many circumstances the kids who are using it don't even realize that it's an e cigarette or livers nicotine and most parents don't even know that it exists myers claims that neither jewel nor the fda has done anything to lessen the appeal of the fruit flavored e cigs that look like a usb flash drive however jewel officials say strongly condemned the use of the.

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Korean Air suspends 'nut rage' sister from work over tantrum

Hugh Hewitt

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Korean Air suspends 'nut rage' sister from work over tantrum

"That a starbucks watched a personally apologized to black matte arrested in one of the company's stores last week starbucks ceo kevin johnson says he's seen the video it's very hard to watch and he's in philadelphia to apologize face to face to the two men who were arrested thursday and i'd like to have a dialogue with them and the opportunity to listen to them with compassion and empathy for the experience they went through johnson says employees need to be trained to recognize unconscious racial bias and starbucks guidelines on when it's appropriate to call police need to be clarified this wasn't one of those times he says i'm warren levinson sacramento police have released fifty four new video and audio clips related to the fatal shooting on our black man the monday video release includes dashboard and body camera footage from responding officers after the march shooting up stefan clark breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com era suspended ceo younger daughter while police investigate reports she threw water at an advertising executive of the meeting in south korea a question whether the members of one of the country's big business families have a problem with anger management the suspended korean air line vice president show men as the younger sister of another korean airlines executive who was jailed in the socalled nut rage scandal choke you and i once ordered a plane full of passengers back to a boarding gate because she didn't approve of the weight nuts were served to her in first class the younger ms show has apologized for being foolish but has denied throwing water in a meeting though she has admitted to shoving an advertising agency manager it's the bbc celia toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to.

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Family on road trip goes missing in same county where SUV plunged off cliff

News, Traffic and Weather

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Family on road trip goes missing in same county where SUV plunged off cliff

"The north and east bay hills and along the coast you'll feel that breeze and then we could get some lingering showers late tonight through early tomorrow but by noon or so most of that should be over and then we'll have a sunny afternoon for your thursday staying sunny friday and on saturday warming up to the upper seventies inland and then my sunday and monday we're looking at our next chance of showers and that one will be pretty light again okay thanks neta right now we have at least past sixty at sixty one degrees in concord and san jose sixty in redwood city and mountain view san francisco airport is fifty nine san francisco city is fifty seven it's fifty six in oakland and fifty four degrees in santa rosa traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one of six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time eleven twenty hope is quickly fading for san jose relatives of a southern california family missing since last thursday as kcbs has map bigalow reports the family of four may have crashed into a rainswollen river in northern california search for the family is focusing on the eel river near leggett were last thursday an suv was seen plunging into the fast moving waters during last week's storm the vehicles make model and red color match the families honda pilot the thought abilities were traveling from portland to their home in santa clara with a stop here in san jose to visit relatives who reported them missing neighbor matt lima tell cbs l a we see them on the daily running around playing outside and to think that that could be potentially them is subsiding the chp says due to the river's strong current and poor clarity they have so far been unable to locate the suv for now the family is still classified as missing sandy and sumio thought a purely were traveling with their twelve year old son and nine year old daughter in san jose matt bigler kcbs more video of the shooting of an unarmed black man by sacramento police will be released within a week that's the word from sacramento police chief daniel hahn who says this new video is from responding officers and police squad cars the video the shooting that's already been released includes body camera footage from the two officers who shot stefan clark and from.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You bet rachel protesters have filled the streets of sacramento since the police shooting of stefan clark last month they have blocked basketball fans trying to get the sacramento kings games if jammed drivers during commutes and last night they filled city council chambers for a public forum there's been very little violence just two arrests as capital public radio's ben adler reports it looks like police and protesters have this far learned to coexist and one of the daily afternoon black lives matter mantras last week in downtown sacramento the crowd of protesters who had already claimed rush hour intersection walked right up to release officers enchanted provocatively in their faces it was one of the many tense moments police officers shot stefan clark last month that could have escalated into a riot but it didn't after a few minutes the cops backed off and retreated down the alleyway a short while later some of the protesters broke off from the main group and marched into clogged traffic but organizers called them back no arrests at that these protests and no violence it looked like a deliberate effort from both sides to keep the peace even as the community burned with anger and it was here's police chief daniel hahn for the most part we've allowed people to take streets and intersections that hasn't come without anger in our community but i think it was the right decision at both times because it didn't lead to more tragedy in our city and here's community activists berry axios there has been police that have health restraint and there has been great community leadership that has been able to cod of hold back sir aggressions in agitation many cities in which officer involved shootings have led to protests have avoided the riots and.

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Youth baseball league in Ohio raffling off AR-15, other guns for fundraiser

WDRC

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Youth baseball league in Ohio raffling off AR-15, other guns for fundraiser

"A jury deadlock last year colonel scott fox news wasn't three weeks of sacramento police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man there's no sign the community's anger is waiting that spilled over into the city council meeting tuesday night your officers murdered stefan in cold blood your officers let him bleed out twenty two people have been killed by sacremento area law enforcement the last three years many of them armed most definitely disproportionately black trina allen stefan clark's family calling for tougher restrictions on what officers should be allowed to fire their gods recent shootings and gun protests notwithstanding and ohio youth baseball league is raffling off at a are they are fifteen semi automatic rifle and several other guns for a fundraising event the east canton youth baseball association's raffled will include a bolt action hunting rifle a twelve gauge shotgun and a handgun it's the fifth year the league is held a gun raffle to reduce player registration fees the league's president says these are not required to sell raffle tickets if they disagree with the ravel prince philip admitted to a hospital in london for hips kurt surgery scheduled for the morning buckingham palace says the ninety six year old prince has been largely.

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It’s Tim Cook vs Mark Zuckerberg

America's Morning News

02:10 min | 3 years ago

It’s Tim Cook vs Mark Zuckerberg

"The hour the ceo of facebook is defending its advertising supporting business model mark zuckerberg's defense comes after apple ceo tim cook said his company would it be in facebook situation because apple doesn't sell ads based on customer data the way facebook does zuckerberg responded monday that an advertising supported business model is the only way the service could survive because not everybody would be able to pay for facebook if it charged for a fee well video released monday that was taken by dashboard camera inside of a sheriff's vehicle shows it hitting a protester and driving away it's the latest flashpoint following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in sacramento the law enforcement official behind the wheel likely didn't know he hit somebody that according to sheriff scott jones who said at a news i actually hadn't spoken to the driver yet and the name of the driver was not released the sheriff's department said the woman who was hit had minor injuries the california highway patrol is investigating meanwhile several state lawmakers in the family of the twenty two year old unarmed black man who was fatally shot are proposing that california become the first state to significantly restrict when officers can open fire they proposed legislation would change the current reasonable force rule to a necessary for standard that means officers would be allowed to shoot only if there were quote no other reasonable turn it gives to the use of deadly force to prevent imminent serious injury or death now the proposal comes after the officers chased stefan clark was suspected of breaking cars into his grandparents backyard they say shot at him because they thought he had a gun but investigators only found a cell phone a mexican father arrested by immigration officials after dropping off his daughter at daycare has been released from detention center he'll be allowed or remain in the us after a judge ruled he could face persecution if he returns to mexico fernando correa walked out of a us immigration office in san francisco monday he hugged his wife and daughter as he was surrounded by dozens of supporters i'm extremely happy thankful for all the people my family god.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

"A pathologist hired by the family of stefan clark says seven police bullets hit the unarmed man from the back each one of these bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity a lawyer says that contradicts the police claim that clark was advancing toward them in baton rouge the police chief fires the officer who shot and killed alton brown after alton sterling that is after a struggle two years ago he's also asking members of the community to cooperate please stop resisting stop running when the police officer gives you direction listen there was a moment of silence at the kentucky state capital for the police officer shot and killed by a suspect who stopped him in a car the suspect was fatally shot by thirties in tennessee a british member of the group the islamic state believed to be involved in the cell that held and then beheaded western hostages says those killings weren't necessary alexander ayman cody spoke with the associated press something that could have been avoided uncle forties both sides nice from my position i didn't see any benefit it was something that was regrettable he was captured in syria and hoping to be tried in britain but the parents of american hostages want him to be tried in the united states a judicial official says the father in law of pippa middleton is under investigation for the alleged rape of a minor the mega millions jackpot four tonight five hundred twenty one million dollars no one has won since january.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Shooting death of stefan clark twelve year old baby in here this is peaceful his family and friends with a similar plea as they prepare to goodbye we won't jeff process all i just got up on my bed i'm very sick but i'm here for my nephew and i'm trying to crack you know what i mean emotions running high clerks brother confrontational once again having to be carried into the week and issuing an apology to the mayor just one day after he interrupted the city council meeting with demonstrators tuesday he later apologized cares apologize for mayor police plan on releasing more video of the march eighteenth incident that the police officers association now says was justified adding the twenty two year old took a shooting stance before officers shot at him twenty times so get the gist of it that that's more video is going to show a more clear picture of what stefan clark did and this this all goes back to a very simple thing and as i look at this list it goes from january first up until the latest shooting was the day before yesterday george pappas in surprise arizona pappas a greek name so i'm gonna go with georgia's a white guy shot what did he have he had a knife he was sixty one he is listed as white and there you go he was he had a knife he brought a knife to a gunfight there's there's a real real simple principle here first of all don't do that that being stupid ass don't do stupid ass don't be a bad guy don't be a thug don't be criminal don't be breaking into my junk that goes for everybody white meth heads riding around on mountain bikes four am don't break into my place and secondly when police are clearly yelling at you to put your hands up or show me your hands i don't know if we need this in ninth a ninth grader or sixth grade or whatever but when police give lawful orders obey the.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

"A pathologist hired by the family of stefan clark says seven police bullets hit the unarmed man from the back each one of bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity a lawyer says that contradicts the police claim that clark was advancing toward them in baton rouge the police chief fires the officer who shot and killed alton brown after alton sterling that is after a struggle two years ago he's also asking members of the community to cooperate please stop resisting stop running when the police officer gives you direction listen there was a moment of silence at the kentucky state capital for the police officer shot and killed by a suspect who stopped him in a car the suspect was fatally shot by thirties in tennessee a british member of the group the islamic state believed to be involved in the cell that held and then beheaded western hostages says those killings weren't necessary alexander ayman cody spoke with the associated press something that could have been avoided on both parties both sides that's from my position i didn't see any benefit it was something that was regrettable he was captured in syria and hoping to be tried in britain but the parents of american hostages want him to be tried in the united states a judicial official says the fatherinlaw of pippa middleton is under investigation for the alleged rape of a minor the mega millions jackpot four tonight five hundred twenty one million dollars no one has won since january.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The family of stefan clark the twenty two year old black man shot and killed by sacramento police held a rally yesterday kcbs has jennifer hodges says a former golden state warrior matt barnes whose of sacramento natives spoke to the crowd he's the families back since the beginning the introduction of matt barnes at the rally at cesar chavez park barnes attending clark's funeral just two days ago there's so much isolation and so much segregation because we don't understand we don't listen so we feel what we don't know so we don't know these cops so we fear them they don't know us so they fear us an independent autopsy found clarke had been shot six times in the back barnes talked about the need for community policing we just need police to do more than out here than just killing people we need them to come out here we need to start doing softball games picnics and learn the community that you're out your patrol and have a better understanding of your community and it it'll be less less of these situations hundreds of demonstrators turned out for the rally the mayor of sacramento saying he has an obligation to everyone involved to wait for the official autopsy results jennifer hodges kcbs meanwhile a female demonstrator attending a vigil for stefan clark in sacramento last night was taken to the hospital after being struck by a sheriff's vehicle that's protesters began marching in the streets demonstrators had gathered at the corner of sixty fifth street and florin road near the service center for the sacramento county sheriff's department the sacramento bee reports a video taken by a legal observer captured the incident witnesses telling the newspaper the vehicle left the scene come monday pg and e will begin replacing about fifteen miles of underground lines that were destroyed in the october wildfires kcbs gentle lane reports the work will begin in santa rosa's coffey park it's first because it's where the greatest need is about thirteen hundred pg any customers lost their homes in copy park in.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Calls for justice over a west coast police shooting i'm kim duffy fox news trust between police and members of the community on shaky ground lately in sacramento demonstrators taking to the streets again for rallies after hearing an unmarked unarmed black man was shot eight times this month by police with most bullets striking the victim from behind stephan clark was suspected a burglary confronted by cops in a backyard where they thought he was between police and members of the community on shaky ground lately in sacramento demonstrators taking to the streets again for rallies after hearing an unmarked on black man was shot eight times this month by police with most bullets striking the victim from behind sef on clark was suspected a burglary confronted by cops in a backyard where they thought he was reaching for a gun instead it was a cellphone we believe that what happened to stefan clark was murder stefan clark from us an investigation found cops fired twenty shots in all the nation's largest onto online retailer under attack from president trump firing off a tweet the president is accusing amazon of scamming the us pulses service out of costs venting his frustration with amazon believes their gaming the tax code with their complicated distribution where they are sometimes direct vendors and sometimes third parties he believes they are exploiting low rates at the us postal service and he doesn't take the newspaper that amazon founder jeff bezos owns provides fair coverage to his administration fox's peter doocy that paper will be the washington post which responded by saying the operate independently from amazon some of the sixty russian diplomats expelled from washington were seen boarding buses and leaving the russian embassy sparta of the recent back and forth reaction over the poisoning of a former russian spy in the united kingdom moscow promise tit for tat responses after we closed there confidence seattle this week and then expelled sixty of their diplomats moscow announced it was kicking out sixty american diplomats and closing the us consulate in saint petersburg fox's garrett any russia's denied any involvement in that attack in the men's college.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

"A pathologist hired by the family of stefan clark says seven police bullets hit the on our man from the back each one of this bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity a lawyer says that contradicts the police claimed that clark was advancing toward them in baton rouge the police chief fires the officer who shot and killed alton brown after alton sterling that is after a struggle two years ago he's also asking members of the community to cooperate lease stop resisting stop running when the police officer gives you direction listen there was a moment of silence at the kentucky state capital for the police officer shot and killed by a suspect who stopped him in a car the suspect was fatally shot by authorities in tennessee a british member of the group the islamic state believed to be involved in the cell that held and then beheaded western hostages says those killings weren't necessary alexander eight cody spoke with the associated press something that could have been avoided on both parties both sides from my position i didn't see any benefit it was something that was regrettable he was captured in syria and hoping to be tried in britain but the parents of american hostages want him to be tried in the united states a judicial official says the father in law of pippa middleton is under investigation for the alleged rape of a minor the mega millions jackpot for tonight five hundred twenty one million dollars no one has won since.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of protests after demonstrators turned out in force at city hall last night protesters are demanding accountability for the fatal police shooting of stefan clark an unarmed black man earlier this month family attorney benjamin crump says an autopsy commissioned by clark's family shows he was shot in the back several times refiners of his autopsy contradict many of the narratives that the sacramento police put forward the sacramento police department says it's waiting for the findings of an official autopsy this is npr and from kiki dee news i'm tiffany cam high in sacramento the protests continue people are protesting the fatal shooting of stefan clark and they're starting to gather at cesar chavez park downtown clark was the unarmed twenty two year old african american man who was fatally shot by to sacramento police officers in his grandmother's backyard earlier this month kick sonia hudson is at the park now hey sonya hey tiffany so you're out of festivals that was planned long before the shooting to celebrate cesar chavez day what does it look like over there yeah so it's pretty much a regular festival there several booths set up so including and trinkets and there's also some people here with nonprocessed and act activist organizations like lifting is anita planned parenthood.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on AP News

"A pathologist hired by the family of stefan clark says seven police bullets hit the unarmed man from the back each one of these bullets independently possessed a fatal capacity a lawyer says that contradicts the police claim that clark was advancing toward them in baton rouge the police chief fires the officer who shot and killed alton brown after alton sterling that is after a struggle two years ago he's also asking members of the community to cooperate please stop resisting stop running when the police officer gives you direction listen there was a moment of silence at the kentucky state capital for the police officer shot and killed by a suspect who stopped him in a car the suspect was fatally shot by thirties in tennessee a british member of the group the islamic state believed to be involved in the cell that held and then beheaded western hostages says those killings weren't necessary alexander ayman cody spoke with the associated press something that could have been avoided on both parties both sides nice from my position i didn't see any benefit and it was something that was regrettable he was captured in syria hoping to be tried in britain but the parents of american hostages want him to be tried in the united states a judicial official says the fatherinlaw of pippa middleton is under investigation for the alleged rape of a minor the mega millions jackpot.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In livermore traffic and weather together on the sunol news what oh six nine and am seven forty kcbs it is friday thirtieth of march twenty eighteen coming up on kcbs about three hundred hundred minutes eight not on avon i'm scott with kyrie looks like the contra costa sheriff's department is cooperating with ice against the spirit of the state's sanctuary policy it appears they've exploited a loophole good afternoon i'm rebecca chorale cbs news covers the world next what's happening and why it's one o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by zoom videoconferencing i'm dave barrett stefan clark the unarmed african american man shot by sacramento police this month may have taken several minutes to die as part of the finding from a private autopsy more details from correspondent steve futterman joins us live perhaps the key finding in this autopsy is where the bullets entered stefan clark's body police have said the clark was advancing toward them when they opened fire but dr bennett amal who says of the h shots that hit clark six or seven struck him in the back position that house christcentered breakfast person he was we're having some technical difficulties from steve futterman in los angeles they did say the officials did from the autopsy results that it may take taken approximately ten minutes for stefan clark to die and he was hit by about seven bullets in orlando noor salman the widow of the pulse nightclub shooter was acquitted today found not guilty of helping plan that attack she's not guilty of lying to the fbi cbs's manuel bihar says as that verdict was read the family of north salman very relieved and very happy as was she that they did not find her guilty of any of those charges the defense had argued all along that she was yet another victim of omar mateen and not an accomplished forty nine people died in that 2016 massacre noor family spokeswoman susan clary family is elated nor can go home now to her son zack resume her life and try to pick up the pieces from.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And sharpton said that the issue is not just a local one as president donald trump's administration has insinuated he said it it spreads nationwide and he also said he didn't come to sacramento to supplant the local protest but to add to them he said people should respect and support the demonstrators but i want the fog in california to know that they're not been wrong what how these young people are standing up they're not been violent stop being violent to them not try to hurt anybody trying to express their pain in katie there have been a lot of protests since this police shooting what happens now well protesters are out again tonight they're blocking traffic throughout downtown sacramento right now actually seen reports that they're requiring drivers to say stefan clark's name before they let them through there's another sacramento kings game tonight at seven o'clock there have been some concern about protesters again blocking the entrances there however the kings say they've worked with the city to create a plan that lets fans easily get in and safely get into the game the officers involved are on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation and the california attorney general's office has recently announced that it will be overseeing this investigation so protests continue thanks so much katie you're welcome as k cuties politics and government reporter katie or who covered today's funeral service of stefan clark in sak cremento i'm tara siler news and by the way we will have more on the funeral and the story of stefan clark on forum at nine o'clock on friday morning with meena cam meena we'll talk with leaders of sacramento's faith community about the funeral and in about the entire story again that's on forum and it begins at nine o'clock on friday morning here on k q e d public radio more of the all things considered rebroadcast is less than two minutes from now the time is twelve thirty three on.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For stefan clark the unarmed man shot and killed by police in sacramento andy rose reports emotions ran high at the funeral for stefan clark in sacramento on thursday mourners packed the church as the twenty two year old who was shot and killed by police eleven days earlier was laid to rest is tad preaches to come out to poke is time for politicians to come out office it's time for us to call down and stop this madness civil rights activist al sharpton gave the eulogy bowing justice for clark's family clark's is the latest high profile case involving a black man shot and killed by police i'm andy rose reporting australia's retaliating against the us saying it'll close down the us consulate and expel about sixty us diplomats us allies also expelled since of russians in response to the poisoning of an and his daughter in the uk attorney general jeff sessions has tapped utah federal prosecutor john hubert to look into allegations that the fbi abused its powers and surveilling a former trump campaign advisor justice correspondent door jared explains why sessions took this approach instead of appointing a special counsel republicans have repeatedly said a special counsel was needed because the justice department's internal watchdog inspector general couldn't bring formal criminal charges and there was a real need for someone independent investigate allegations of bias at the fbi and in a certain respect you can say sessions appears to have answered that call with a solution that uses someone outside of washington but stopped short of a muller like appointment.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The brother of stefan clark the armed black man who was shot and killed by sacramento police on march eighteenth interrupted a city council meeting last night by jumping on the desk in front of the mayor and channing his brother stephone clark's name the council then provided the funds necessary to implement the policy very expensive devante clark marched into the meeting jumped on the day and danced around he demanded to speak and was allowed to take the mic by mayor darrell steinberg said he didn't believe officials would make meaningful changes as a result of his brother's death stefan clark was shot by police twenty times at his grandmother's backyard officers said they initially thought he had a gun but he was only holding a cellphone meanwhile the state department of justice is getting involved in the stefan clark fatal officer involved shooting in sacramento kcbs reporter holly kwon tells us the state will also review the city's police procedures including the use of force as twenty two year old stefan clark's family demands criminal charges against the to sacramento officers who shot him to death the state now says it will conduct its own investigation as well as go over the city's police protocol sacramento police chief daniel hahn i felt it was the best interest of our entire community including the members of our police department to ask the attorney general to be an independent part of this investigation mayor darrell steinberg acknowledged people will want to protest but also noted demonstrations disintegrated into violence since friday he says the city needs to find a better way how we answer this question together around stefan clark's death will determine whether we divide and despair or whether we heal and hail justice and change community leader dr only mac warns against sending the wrong message can guarantee you that if you have people jumping on cars spitting on people that will be the news and not the fact that we're moving forward towards seeking justice stefan clark was shot in his grandmother's backyard by officers who say they thought he had a gun turns out it was the cellphone his funeral is set for thursday where the.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KOMO

"The community after the police killing of stefan clark demonstrators chanting this stefan clark fourth recess of the meeting earlier it was announced the state attorney general would oversee the investigation then move coming after clark's grandmother made this tearful plea does this police video capturing clerk as he attempts to flee then the fatal confrontation the two officers firing twenty shots they say they thought clark was holding a gun but he was found with only a cell abc's qena whitworth they're calling for common bet on rouge louisiana after the state's attorney general announced to police officers in last summer's killing of alton sterling would not face any charges white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the decision to include a citizenship question in the twenty twenty cents is was made at the department level and not by the administration richard cantu abc news the northwest only news station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven now the top stories from the komo twenty four seventy seven authorities in the nation's capital are still on alert for suspicious packages mailed from here in the pacific northwest komo's pete combs was in seattle federal court today as the man of thirties beliefs sent those packages made his first appearance before a judge fortythreeyearold time calling fan bearded shoveled a tan tshirt ended handcuffs stared around the courtroom is trying to understand why he was they're being arraigned before federal magistrate judge james donahue i'm dietrich at the fbi here in seattle says fan is accused of mailing eleven explosive devices to military and intelligence installations in at around washington dc that there isn't any information to suggest any kind of terrorist ideology or motivation here is reportedly suffered from mental issues in the past he'll be back in court again on friday in downtown seattle pete combs komo news washington state has joined the lawsuit against the trump administration over a question that will be asked in the upcoming census the white house says asking whether someone in a home is a citizen will help protect the voting rights act abc's terry moran says if federal spending and the number of congressional representatives may be at stake this is a question that has been asked on many censuses before and is still asked to this day on that the sampling census that the.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Of justice the attorney general in california javier becerra has said that the california doj is joining the investigation and the police chief whose name is daniel hahn in sacramento says that due to the nature of this investigation extremely high emotions anger and hurt in our city i felt it was the best interest of our entire community including the members of our police department to ask the attorney general to be an independent part of this investigation and there probably will be federal involvement too because the case is high profile enough and there've been such big demonstrations about ben crump the attorney for stefan clark's family had this to say two thousand fifteen wherever hers seventy three families endure similar experiences over seventy black men shot armed police bullets this is all too often in america this is reminiscent of so many pollution of earn black and brown people is this is misleading i believe the number he's giving includes people who were shot and wounded not all people who were shot and killed is there a difference of course there's a difference it makes all the difference in the world to the individuals involved into their families and in terms of the numbers of people who were shot and killed the numbers have been very small and actually going down there is not an explosion of these police shootings and yes it appears that some of the things that have have helped a may include the video cameras that were used here in terms of the idea that the video cameras were muted while we will get to that because that is a very controversial aspect of of this particular case let's go to vow in los angeles value you're on the medved show michael doing well thank you hoax chances like period we not a gun life i'm not and i don't think anybody is is when young black men or young man period have gun which is supposed to right off a shot anyway and that's what we have to solve.

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"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"stefan clark" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time eleven twenty members of the african american community in sacramento or calling for an investigation into the shooting of twentythreeyearold stefan clark who was unarmed when he was shot twenty times by police officers the cops were looking for a man suspected of breaking car windows clark family attorney ben crump says the clark was gunned down killed in his grandmother's backyard is police say he approached them with what they thought was a firearm but it turned out to be a smartphone over seventy black men shot earn on police billets president of the california nwea cpi alice huffman says more needs to be done city has come a long way in police reforms and we applaud them but the efforts but it is clear that those reforms did not spare the life of stefan clark so we need more the funeral for clark will be held on thursday approximately sixty million dollars in revenue is lost in the bay area every year to transit fare cheaters kcbs scotla teary says local transportation officials are fed up and had banded together to start heavy enforcement go to a platform and systematically check every single person on that platform without skipping and eat being the fair inspection teams on bart bart after a public education campaign early this year have ramped up their efforts to catch cheaters at least detroit's with bart and they also record it on with a video camera when you're on a train they need to be able to check every single person on the car so right now they've been doing the work a lot during the mid day still only six people on their fair inspection team which covers the whole system if there's more budget funding than we'll look at the idea of getting more fair inspectors out both cal free and the santa clara valley transit authority also ramping up their.

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