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Louisville mayor names new interim police chief amid months of unrest
"The Louisville Police Department has a new chief said he's been the site of protests in the fatal shooting of Briana Tailor by police Back in March, Mayor Greg Fischer introduced a vet Gentry as the new interim chief of police. Gentry will replace interim chief Robert Schroeder starting October 1st when he retires. Schroeder took over after chief Steve Conrad was let go in early June. The new interim chief is a Louisville native with more than 20 years in law enforcement, she retired from L A. P D in 2014 Gentry will be the first woman to ever leave the department.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Only cook for a paycheck for David McEntee cooking was as much about taking care of people says Brandon Smallwood they work together at volunteers of America shelter and halfway house where McEntee was head cook all the the shelter residents that were there they were like his family he loved to feed everybody he will make people happy he was just like a joyful person the shelters in a neighborhood called smoke town Smallwood says there's a lot of strife there and there was one incident he'll never forget somebody got shot the neighborhood one day like about a block from us and he selflessly ran out there to comfort the guidelines laid out on the street there are a lot of questions about what happened in the minutes leading up to mac and cheese death police say they returned fire after someone shot at them at a press conference on Monday Louisville mayor Greg Fischer revealed that none of the officers had turned on their body cameras as I learned about some of the details about what happened last night I learned that the body cameras of the officers present were not activated this type of institutional failure will not be tolerated so he fired police chief Steve Conrad who was already set to retire in a month and will still receive his full pension then yesterday police released two security camera videos and it's tough to tell what's going on in them you see lots of people crowding into the small barbecue shack as police advance it's very chaotic police say mcity leaned out the door and fired a gun but the footage isn't clear yesterday assistant chief of police levy to shave this said this at a press conference I'm just going to say that we still have a lot of questions in this video may raise more questions than it answers the local police declined our interview request Marvin McEntee wasn't there when his uncle was shot he told us he's watched the videos hundreds of times and he doesn't buy the police story and whatever happened he says his uncle didn't deserve to die he wants to know why the National Guard showed up heavily armed at that corner on twenty six than Broadway far from where protests.
Louisville mayor fires police chief
"Kentucky's largest city the police chief in lieu of all kind he was fired Monday after the mayor learned officers involved in an early morning shooting that killed the owner of a popular barbecue spot failed to activate body cameras in announcing the dismissal of chief Steve Conrad mayor Greg Fischer said this type of institutional failure will not be tolerated Conrad had already announced his resignation which was to take effect at the end of June or as one of my GrowCo
"steve conrad" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Let me give you another reason. I'm grateful today I'm grateful that Sam had Leo. Thank you. Love you straight, nate, you say We'll get your goods on in a minute. Okay, let's get into the three things. We need to know Gandhi how? How do you do three? You'll figure it out what's going on? Well President. Trump is threatening military action to stop protests at the white. House he said of a city or state won't take necessary action to defend the life and property of their residents, then he will send in troops and quickly solve the problem for them and dominate the protesters as it is his job to protect Americans. Louisville police chief Steve Conrad is now out of a job just a month before retirement chief Conrad was fired by the Mary yesterday after it was disclosed that officers did not activate body cameras when a black business owner was shot and killed early yesterday morning David Makati was shot outside Dino's food marked as police and national guardsmen tried to break crowd, and finally while it feels like there is so much bad news, and they're certainly as some elvis always coats Mr Rogers and says in bad times for the helpers, and right now if you look around, there really are helpers everywhere, and we have seen some beautiful images thousands of Americans of all races. Races across the nation start to clean up the streets of their neighborhoods, and why you would think that a lot of businesses have been hit would be devastated even though they are. We're seeing a lot of messages of support and hope from the very people who have lost their livelihoods from owners of restaurants in Minneapolis to privately owned shoe stores in San Francisco. Many people are still expressing their solidarity with the protesters, noting that there are some bad people out there, but the protests should continue, so there are still stories of love and hope whether you're seeing it or not. They're out there. Keep Your Eyes Open and those are your three things. Thank you so much Gandhi. The or coming in please please straight sounds like Mister Rogers having a mental breakdown also nate sounds like Scooby Doo, when does the horoscope or some people saying you sound like a Leprechaun's? All of the above we'll take. Ak All right. Let's talk about Ziprecruiter during this time of change. One thing is for certain, even crazy. Get ZIPRECRUITER's focus hasn't changed their still doing what they've always done helping. People who need jobs find work in helping growing businesses find the right people for their open roles, so if you're looking for a job, no that Ziprecruiter is working with you to find the right job faster ziprecruiter. You hear me talking about him every day. Maybe it's time you gave him a try. Their dedicated to helping you get hired whether you're looking for jobs and caretaking delivering food and goods building medical facilities, doing horoscopes on a crumbling morning show whatever? Is it. Free Ziprecruiter's will send you up.
"steve conrad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Need to there's a lot of work to still be able to county sheriff Jim Neil also taking a knee in solidarity which led to cheers from demonstrators outside the county courthouse now the latest traffic and weather together accidents are reported Clifton Avenue and Martin Luther king drive objects on the roadway reported scattered debris seventy five northbound between the I. seventy four Mitchell Avenue exits ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW clearing skies overnight morning low of sixty degrees the rest of our Tuesday mostly sunny high of eighty six at night clear and mild a low down to sixty seven rain on Wednesday night but near ninety during the day with sunshine from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW rain are currently showing a mostly cloudy sky in our temperature is seventy degrees I learned that the body cameras of the officers present were not activated this type of institutional failure will not be tolerated accordingly I have relieved Steve Conrad of his duties as chief of little metro police department little merit Greg Fischer this afternoon announcing the firing up as police chief in that those two officers involved have been put on administrative leave this after it was learned the body cameras were not on when they into national guardsman returned fire in a large crowd that they were trying to break up overnight killing a local man we lost.
"steve conrad" Discussed on AP News
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting loopholes police chief has been fired after another fatal shooting involving officers in battle global police chief Steve Conrad was fired Monday less than 2004 hours after another fatal shooting involving officers David McEntee was shot early Monday while police officers and National Guard soldiers were enforcing a curfew Louisville mayor Greg Fischer announced Conrad's dismissal after learning the officers at the scene fail to activate body cameras Conrad was already set to resign at the end of June Louisville has been the scene of protests demanding justice for Brianna Taylor a black woman who was fatally shot in her home in March by narcotics detectives who knocked down her front door no drugs were found at the home hi Mike Rossi
Louisville police chief fired in aftermath of fatal shooting
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting loopholes police chief has been fired after another fatal shooting involving officers in battle global police chief Steve Conrad was fired Monday less than twenty four hours after another fatal shooting involving officers David McEntee was shot early Monday while police officers and National Guard soldiers were enforcing a curfew Louisville mayor Greg Fischer announced Conrad's dismissal after learning the officers at the scene fail to activate body cameras Conrad was already set to resign at the end of June Louisville has been the scene of protests demanding justice for Brianna Taylor a black woman who was fatally shot in her home in March by narcotics detectives who knocked down her front door no drugs were found at the home hi Mike Rossi
Louisville police chief fired in aftermath of fatal shooting
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting loopholes police chief has been fired in the aftermath of a fatal shooting the police chief in Louisville Kentucky was fired Monday after the mayor learned officers involved in an early morning shooting that killed the owner of a popular barbecue spot failed to activate body cameras in announcing the dismissal of chief Steve Conrad mayor Greg Fischer said this type of institutional failure will not be tolerated Conrad had already announced his resignation which was to take effect at the end of June around twelve fifteen AM David McEntee was fatally shot as police and the National Guard moved in to break up a group of people violating the city's curfew police said they were responding to gunfire hi Mike Rossio
"steve conrad" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And vandalism will not be tolerated but I have serious concerns about some of the interactions between our officers and protesters from this weekend he was already setting up a new use of force review board in Louisville police chief Steve Conrad has lost his job over a man's death last night blamed on police and Kentucky national guards but the mayor has named Robert Schroeder acting chief the two officers fired their weapons violated our policy by either not wearing nor not activating their cameras the shooting happened with officers trying to break up a crowd gathered at a gas station it was the cameras that got the chief fired police say someone fired at those officers and guardsmen they returned fire hitting and killing David Matty the U. S. Senate returns to session for the first time since the killing that prompted all this an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis boxes jerit helper chaplain Barry black opened the Senate session with prayers for George Floyd's family peaceful protest thing during a pandemic and the nation's lawmakers may they strive to find a vaccine to inoculate our nation against hate Sam and despair Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and minority leader Chuck Schumer recognize frustration and anger over Floyd's death Jared Halpern fox news independent medical examiners see George Floyd was murdered the coroner's report blamed underlying medical conditions the Floyd family's lawyer wants murder charges against every officer involved traffic.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Louise Schiavone in Louisville Kentucky as protests over last week's killing of George Floyd lingered beyond midnight law enforcement shot and killed a man police chief Steve Conrad said local officers and the National Guard opened fire when shots were fired at them officers and soldiers begin to clear the loss at some point or shot at both on TV and national guards members returned fire we have one man dead at the scene we have several persons of interest we are interviewing now there's been unrest in Louisville over the police shooting of emergency medical technician Brianna Taylor firefighters north of Richland Washington are battling a lightning sparked wildfire at the Hanford nuclear cleanup site Anna king of the northwest news network reports there's a massive fire burning outside of Richland on the Hanford site it's burning on a place called cable mountain which is a very sacred site to native Americans it's an up lift mountain that was created by the Yakama falls but it's a place that is very near some of the most sensitive structures at Hanford including the tank farms Anna king of the north west news network Dow futures are up fifty points this is NPR news in Washington India saw a record spike in new coronavirus infections today even as its economy re opens NPR's Lauren Frayer has more it's another daily record for India nearly eighty four hundred new coronavirus cases in the past twenty four hours India is now the seventh worst affected country in the world overtaking France and Germany speaking by video to a medical school prime minister Narendra Modi praised frontline workers for fighting a quote invisible enemy doctors and medical workers are nice soul yes India has had about fifty four hundred deaths from covert nineteen in a population of nearly one point four billion the lockdown left tens of millions out of work in desperate starting today Indian Railways will run two hundred more passenger trains to ferry unemployed migrants from cities to their home villages Lauren Frayer NPR news coronavirus cases are climbing in South Korea with densely populated Seoul registering almost three dozen new cases as of today's update officials there are pushing to require entertainment venues to register their customers with smartphones Q. R. codes so they can be easily located when needed the data would be collected in a trial run before the requirement expands local governments can't expand the code codes on high risk facilities I'm Louise Schiavone and P. ornatus this is morning edition on WNYC in New York at seven thirty three good morning I'm Kerry Nolan clashes between police and protesters escalated in Brooklyn last night with authorities making multiple arrests outside the Barclay center it was the fourth day of demonstrations.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Streets just south of the sixty four interchange we have a crash working our next report in ten minutes about US news radio eight forty WHAS it is there to you WLKY meteorologist moe rose with today's forecast we're gonna be cool and damp with spotty showers and temperatures in the upper fifties will stay cool and cloudy overnight with patchy drizzle and lows into the mid forties sing a few sun breaks tomorrow but also holding onto a chance for some spotty showers will hit a high near sixty drying out by Thursday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper sixties that's our W. okay why weather forecast I meteorologist mo rose he and it's breaking news weather and traffic station news radio eight forty WHAS Louisville I heart radio station well do you rate the forty top stories city officials say they have been very fortunate so far that no inmates in the Louisville jail have tested positive for Colbert nineteen Haylee Hanson reports public services chief Amy Hess says they tested one hundred and thirty one inmates and all came back negative that's about ten percent of the jail population however sixteen corrections officers have tested positive for the virus right now we've got all of the staff in corrections all right so you're talking upwards of five hundred people fired sixty people of those individuals are all required he says new inmates brought into the jail who are positive or presumed to be positive are housed in a special isolation cell Healy Hanson newsradio eight forty WHAS Louisville police say the cope with nineteen outbreak has created another pandemic a significant increase in violent crime chief Steve Conrad says there have been forty homicides in the city this year at one hundred eighteen non fatal shootings thank you if nothing else is created no more opportunities for problems because you've got people that that aren't otherwise occupied with school works community centers and and and other opportunities Indiana health officials announcing today that five hundred forty one additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COPD nineteen that brings to twenty one thousand thirty three the total number of Indiana residents known to have the corona virus a total of one thousand two hundred thirteen Hoosiers have been confirmed to have died of covert nineteen an increase of sixty two over the previous day another one hundred thirteen probable deaths have been reported well the number of cases has increased health officials say intensive care unit and ventilator capacities remain steady as of today about forty four percent of ICU beds and eighty percent of ventilators were available at hospitals throughout the state Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS president trump on his way to Arizona today his first trip since the coronavirus shut down it comes as at least thirty eight states are easing stay at home measures this week and re opening businesses in phases new reports from the CDC and health experts tracking the virus have revised those numbers of deaths which now could double by summer with social distancing.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Chief Steve Conrad is apologizing for a comment he made about morale among his rank and file speaking at a metro council meeting Conrad said officers morale is not his responsibility later in the day Conrad walked back his comments in a Facebook posting like you I try to do my best each and every day and I apologize because today I came up short you deserve better one council member called Conrad's comments the single worst leadership comment he's never heard. police in sharply are investigating a deadly a drive by shooting it happened on Dixie highway behind a family dollar yesterday evening around five o'clock when officers arrived there they found a man in his twenties suffering from gunshot wounds. police are urging nearby businesses to come to their surveillance video and give them up give them a call if they have any recordings of the incident or a possible suspect car a phone call between president trump in a foreign leader is prompting a whistle blower complaint. more from White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy the complete is coming from someone inside the intelligence community who seeking to use his or her right to bring a matter of urgent concern directly to Congress the inspector general of the intelligence community has signed off but the acting director of national intelligence refuses to allow it Joseph Maguire is only told lawmakers this matter involves someone outside the intelligence community and therefore can't be shared The Washington Post reports the subject of the complaint is president trump and the urgent concern a promise he reportedly made to a foreign leader over the phone in an effort to learn more about it house Democrats of summons the acting D. N. I. to Capitol Hill he's agreed to appear next week the inspector general for the intelligence community meets this morning behind closed doors with the house intelligence committee Stephen Portnoy reporting from Washington. six people make up the new S. class of inductees into the university of Louisville athletics hall of fame they include basketball players Francisco Garcia and angel McCoughtry football player Eric would golfers city lacrosse softball player Lacy would end distance runner Wesley career the induction ceremony is October twenty fifth I DO Holloway in costume for adults only.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And also at third in Weiser town road, an accident or an extra ten minutes. I'm Bobby yellows, NewsRadio eight forty. W. H. A. S. Occupy meteorologists, Suzanne Horrigan four today. Temperatures in the lower eighties, a couple of showers and thunderstorms will be possible, and we could see a few areas of fog this morning overnight. We'll drop down to the lower sixties for tomorrow. Highs in the mid eighties, a mixture of clouds and sunshine with a few late day, showers and thunderstorms possible. We'll hold onto the chance of a few showers and storms during the day on Sunday with highs in the lower eighties on wwl. Meteorologists Suzanne foregin. It's sixty eight at NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A S. Our top story continuing coverage of the city's budget situation. LAPD getting their day in front of the metro council budget committee on Thursday chief, Steve Conrad expressing concerns with the mayor's proposed budget fishers budget gives the biggest reduction to Olympia de which could lose six million dollars. LAPD chief Steve Conrad the fight. The reductions in funding, I will tell you that the men and women of the local metro police department will do all they can. Louisville safer city. Conrad is asking for money for a robot for the bomb squad body, armor and more. He's also asking the higher just to recruiting classes, instead of the standard three Haley Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A S. It's seven thirty two. At News Radio, eight forty. W. H A S we go now to Frankfurt. We're governor Bevin is trying to drum up the responsibility for getting the vote for the pension Bill onto the Kentucky legislature..
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Admitted she bit the child out of frustration after the child scratched her face during a feeding police say the bite left a red, Mark. But did not break. The skin Beck is charged with criminal abuse. And failure to report child abuse. She was immediately fired by kinder- play LAPD chief Steve Conrad detailing changes in the way officers handled. Traffic stops will Clark reports LAPD chief Steve Conrad followed up Thursday's announcement of policy changes today after being questioned about the department's policy on traffic stops. He explained the changes at a press conference this morning, saying no one likes to be pulled over if our officers or talking to people and treating people the way they want to be talking. To the way that would wanna be treated. I think you can at least come away from that interaction feeling like you've been treated fairly the vast majority of stops have that outcome, but we are looking to improve those outcomes every officer on the force it'll be trained on the new policies by the end of July, and they'll take effect August, I will Clark NewsRadio eight forty W H S mayor Greg Fischer applauding the move by chief Conrad, no doubt. These revisions will not be the end of the discussion about police and community relations, nor Syndey be Fisher releasing a statement via Twitter today. House Democrats have issued subpoenas for the president's tax returns. After the treasury department refused to voluntarily hand them over. They I asked nicely now, the democratically controlled House Ways, and means committee is demanding the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig and over six years, the president's tax returns, nearly one hundred year old law says they must but Mnuchin says he doesn't see a legitimate reason to do it. So he is. The president and his supporters say it's just a fig leaf for looking at where the president made his money and foreign governments paid for or influence decisions. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. China trade talks are over for now. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin speaking with reporters today on the negotiations held on ending growing trade war. They.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Man. Suspected of shooting to the end of Jenkins. It's two o'clock. I'm Suzanne do ball NewsRadio eight forty WHAT. Yes. That story is next. I your forecast. AM wwl Kyi meteorologist Moreau's with your Friday forecast. Most of this rain is on its way out leaving us cloudy and cooler today with a high of sixty seven we're gonna hang onto the clouds tonight. A slight chance for showers mainly to the south. We'll hit a low of fifty four Saturday starts off in the clouds will bring in some scattered showers by the afternoon. Temperatures in the upper sixties that rain continues overnight into your mother's day with spotty showers. A high sixty five that's wwl pay y weather forecast. I'm meteorologist rose. It's sixty two at NewsRadio eight forty W. Yes. Our top story. The Marion county prosecutor's office said they do not plan to file charges at this time against two men accused of shooting to Clark county judges last week in Indianapolis prosecutor Terry curry saying, quote, we have received the result of the investigation conducted today, including video retrieved from surveillance cameras at this time, we have determined that additional investigation must be completed before we can make a charging decision in the matter. The office says the two suspects forty one year. Brandin Kaiser in Twenty-three-year-old Alfredo Vasquez can be charged at a later date LAPD chief Steve Conrad detailing changes in the way officers handled. Traffic stops LAPD chief Steve Conrad followed up Thursdays, down cement of policy changes today after being questioned about the department's policy on traffic stops he explained the changes in a press conference this morning, saying no one likes to be pulled over if our officers or talking to people in treating people the way they want to be talked to the way that would wanna be treated. I think you can at least come away from that interaction feeling like you've been treated fairly the vast majority.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Started beat new. Up and not into the ground. And then started shooting shot him about seven or eight times as England son laid on the ground the suspect remained at the scene confronting police chief Steve Conrad, the suspect Granville pointed his gun at them. Multiple officers fired their weapons. Suspect shot taken by the hospital where he has Dodd no officers ranger. Conrad says the department will release body camera footage at a press conference later this afternoon, there's been no letup in the surge of people seeking to come into the country both legally and illegally at the southern crossings ABC's. Jim Ryan is in Texas and says the bottleneck on the international bridges is causing havoc for importers and truckers with border patrol agents reassigned from international traffic to border security, the wait time on the international bridges, his stretching two hours talking about. But we're talking about bicycles buses cardio sciences with the Texas Department of transportation, which is looking for a short term solution were also engaged with the fence on both sides of the border to see how we can improve this as a system reducing the impact on bridge traffic before the next surge in migrant arrivals. Jim Ryan ABC news at the Indiana statehouse lawmakers adding a new provision to propose. Gaming law. The measure would give terror Hoed casino. Sports betting will be allowed in casinos could have live table dealers. The Bill advanced in committee yesterday after an amendment was added. That would have the state us three percent of all sports betting revenue to help addicted gamblers, if the amended legislation is passed sports betting would be allowed starting September. First for those twenty one and older your next news update coming at eight thirty I'm Wilk Clark, NewsRadio eight forty W H A AS, Kentucky and his breaking news,.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Junction our next report in ten minutes. I'm Bobby hilas NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. Yawkey way. Meteorologists Horgan another beautiful day for today with temperatures topping out into the lower to middle seventies. Then overnight tonight will drop down into the fifties. For tomorrow. Look forward to highs near eighty degrees. It is going to be a windy day for us on Thursday. We'll look for some rain to come our way Thursday night into Friday. I'm meteorologist cesium, Oregon. It's fifty at News Radio. Eight forty W H AS our top stories in Frankfurt where governor Bevin has broken out the red pin vetoing the latest attempt to balance the state's failing pinch system and also putting legislators on notice. They're working this summer. The measure would have let one hundred and eighteen quasi governmental entities leave the state's pension system without paying all of what they owe. In a statement. Evans says quote parts of house Bill three fifty eight violate both the moral and legal obligations. We have to retirees that goes on to say quote because I'm committed to protecting these services. I will call an extraordinary session of the Kentucky general assembly prior to July first to provide the relief necessary to protect the solvency of these entities. Haley Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S house speaker David Osborne issued a statement saying he's hopeful that the governor will begin meeting with the legislator to find a solution that ensures the proper balance to the pensioners and says it's critical that it's done before calling another special session without a solution hand the last special session called for a pension ended in a miserable failure after two days. It's eight oh, two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S suspected shooter shot to death by Louisville. Police the man shot multiple times in the parking lot of the spring manor apartments out of Preston highway. The victim taken to the hospital with critical injuries. That man's mother is Rhonda Egeland went to get out of the van jumping started beat new. Up and not into the ground. And then started shooting shot him about seven or eight times as England son laid on the ground the suspect remained at the scene confronting police chief Steve Conrad, the suspect Granville pointed his gun at them. Multiple.
"steve conrad" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News Radio. Eight forty W H A S our top story yesterday's swat situation. In the Taylor berry neighborhood that started at around one o'clock a heavy police presence in the three thousand block of Montana avenue. LAPD chief Steve Conrad says the incident started a few blocks away in the fourteen hundred block of wiler avenue Tecos from the ninth mobile division, a found a man that they had been looking for who was wanted on a felony warrant hiding in a van the man at that point then used the van to flee, but in the process struck a number of the detectives cars an officer fired his weapon hitting the runaway suspect police later found the van on Montana avenue. That's where the standoff, ensued. Fire cruiser later called to the scene cutting a hole into the homes rafters where they found the suspect hiding with a gunshot wound. He's taken university hospital alerting conscious. Police expected to release body camera. Video of the incident sometime this afternoon. It's seven thirty three it NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A asked the final day of the twenty nine hundred general assembly proving to be a busy one lawmakers rushing to get bills passed before the deadline earlier in the day. Lawmakers passed a Bill banning tobacco use and vaping on school campuses across the Commonwealth. Among those supporting legislation was Bonnie hackbarth. She's with the foundation for a healthy Kentucky. This Bill will.
"steve conrad" Discussed on The Writers Panel
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"steve conrad" Discussed on The Writers Panel
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"steve conrad" Discussed on The Writers Panel
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Louisville police brace for clash between Occupy ICE and militia group
"A former marquette university professor can go back to his teaching job there wisconsin supreme court ruling in favor of professor john mcadams who says he was fired over a blog post he wrote in two thousand fourteen to get rid of troublesome faculties are who air the dirty linen their institutions mcadam speaking exclusively with wtmj marquette's legal counsel ralf weber tells us the university will abide by the court's decision but says mcadams wasn't fired for blonde posts a tenured professor put a grad student's name and contact information on the internet so that people could go after her that's cyberbullying that's not academic freedom mike spaulding wtmj news the milwaukee sheriff's department is asking for the public's help in searching for a suspect after a woman reported being sexually assaulted in mccarty in west allis thursday night the suspect is described as a black male around thirty years old short hair and goatee if you have any information on this incident please contact the sheriff's department friday's jobs report celebrated with house speaker paul ryan speaks in wisconsin he's campaigning for state senator leia look near who is challenging us senator tammy baldwin people are going back to work companies are moving back to america the military is being rebuilt we are getting it right and we're putting could judges on the bench all over the place ryan speaking at a campaign rally in p walkie this evening getting ready for possible trouble saturday over immigration that being the police in louisville kentucky's says abc's chuck's iverson the militia group the three percenters is planning counter demonstrations as protesters outside the ice officers planned to call for the abolishment of federal immigration police we have good information that some of those planets demonstrate intend to bring guns which is their right as kentucky law allows for people to carry firearms louisville metro police chief steve conrad says they'll also look for two by fours that are being used as a signpost large sticks or other items that could pose a danger some streets would be blocked chuck sivertsen abc news secretary of state mike pompeo was north korea to work on how and win the country will start the process of denuclearization president trump and north korean leader kim jong un set the goal of denuclearization of the korean peninsula during their summit last month pump has been meeting with north korean officials in the capital of pyongyang harley davidson morale is high overseas several thousand motorcycle loyalists are gathering in prague this week celebrate all things hd milwaukee journal sentinel writer rick barrett is.
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"About the newsradio eight forty w j on the meteorologist pamela savage with your friday forecast will watch for a few scattered showers and thunderstorms today is front moves across the area temperatures not as hot as yesterday we'll top out at eighty eight degrees we'll be drying out less humid pleasant tonight with the low near sixty three grade weakened ahead with sunny skies in eightyfive saturday we'll be back up to ninety sunday at your wwl ky forecast i'm meteorologist not milosovic it's seventy six newsradio eight forty w h a s top story louisville police shot a man who allegedly was holding a woman at knifepoint the man was transported to the university of louisville hospital where he has since been pronounced dead our public integrity unit will be handling this investigation chief steve conrad speaking at the scene of the shooting at the colonial oaks apartments on southside drive this woman lives there knows the man and woman involved in that incident i just see him outside they're always very friendly hi how you doing you know obviously in this community a lot of nationalities so language barriers but everybody always speaks police are expected to release more information about the shooting later today a diver who was helping to rescue that thirteen people trapped in a cave in thailand has died apparently died from lack of oxygen during an overnight mission the bbc sophie long reports from the scene in today's press conference the quality in a cave where the boys remain traps they've been that out team days is deteriorating oxidant is now fifteen percent and they've spent the last five days coming out thousands of gallons of water it is now reigning light shower the cost of the rest of the day but on sunday where expecting heavy rain and the fear is that could bring the wolves levels right back out game maybe even worse the twelve boys and their soccer coach have been trapped for nearly two weeks embattled epa administrator scott pruitt has resigned in a pair of tweets president trump announced the news adding that deputy administrator andrew wheeler will take over on monday white house correspondent steven portnoy has more list of allegations against scott pruitt seemed to grow by the week in fact just this week came word from his own former staffers that he had them white key meetings from his official calendar there were his efforts to have aids work to secure business opportunities for his wife the sweetheart rent deal he struck with a dc lobbyist his business class travel which he initially justified out of concerns for his safety while the president said for months that pruitt was doing an effective job is head of the the camel's back has apparently finally been broken it's seven oh four at newsradio eight forty w h a s louisville police have recovered some items stolen by the socalled gnome theme steve suzanne devolve is following that story louisville metro police have recovered many items believed to have been stolen during a rash of thefts from lawns in the highlands area dozens of thefts the platters of flowers bird baths patio furniture and garden gnomes were reported these neighbors were on hand at lapd fifth division station going through the staff we're just really happy to have adam have them back we were very disappointed to have things stolen and we're very excited to have things recovered police have identified barton bishop as the suspect in the case suzanne duval newsradio eight forty w h a s the second collapse at the barton seventeen ninety two distillery in bardstown is not as bad as the first teams from kentucky's environment cabinet say the whiskey spill from wednesday's warehouse collapses contained much better than the first time the warehouse fell barton's owner says it's not sure how many of the eighteen thousand barrels of bourbon inside the warehouse can be salvaged at the box office this weekend another marvel film move will reign supreme atman is back i seem to mess it up almost every time this time he has the wasp with him and the duo will take first place this weekend expectations are in the eighty million dollar range some optimists think it could break one hundred million though either way should do much better than the original in two thousand fifteen which opened a fifty seven million of the other new releases the first purge is looking around thirty five million after opening tuesday which would be off the pace in the last film that would put it in fourth behind jurassic world to an incredible stew jason nathanson abc news hollywood your next news update at seven thirty i'm paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s kentucky anna's breaking news.