35 Burst results for "Stoneman Douglas"
Jury selection to begin in trial of former deputy accused of failing to confront Parkland shooter
"Jury selection is expected to begin today in the trial of a former Florida sheriff's deputy, who is accused of failing to confront a school shooter. Former Broward county deputy Scott Peterson is charged with 7 counts of felony child neglect, prosecutors Sagan February 14th, 2018, shooter Nicholas Cruz first killed 11 people and wounded 13 on the school building's first floor before Peterson arrived at the scene, but that once Peterson was there he could have stopped crews from running up to the building's third floor and killing another four students and wounding three. Instead prosecutors say Peterson remained outside marjory Stoneman Douglas high school with his gun drawn, and then backed away as gunfire sounded. Peterson says he thought the shots were coming from outside the building, perhaps from a sniper, and Peterson's attorney argues that under Florida law his client had no legal obligation to enter the building and confront the gunman. I'm Donna Warner
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on WTOP
"Markets mostly lower the Dow fell one 57, capitals in a scoring battle with Carolina tonight. 9 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour, your home for original reporting. I am Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago classes on the Michigan state university campus won't resume until Monday after last night's shooting leaves three students dead and 5 seriously wounded. The suspect is dead after turning the gun on himself, CBS detroiter, Detroit reporter, Chris loudin. University police said sophomore, Brian Fraser, and junior Alexandria Werner, where two of the three students killed. Officials say McRae, who had no known ties to the university, took his own life, following a three hour standoff miles from the campus. I know everybody wants to know what the motive is. We don't have an answer right now. And that's the honest truth. According to state prosecutors, the suspect had previously been on probation for a possessing a loaded gun. Officials say he also had a history of mental health problems. In Parkland, Florida, the community gathered tonight to mark 5 years since the deadly shooting rampage at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, the lone gunman killed 14 students and three staff members. The Biden administration still isn't sure what the U.S. Military shot down in recent days over the skies of Lake Huron, northern Alaska and Canada's Yukon because the recovery efforts are being complicated by weather and the remote locations. CBS cami McCormick. The National Security Council's John Kirby said the FAA, the intelligence community and military pilots are all being asked to help identify what the objects may have been, but finding debris is important. Still want to recover it because that's our best way of knowing for sure what these things were. In the meantime, he says one possibility is they were tied to research facilities and could be as he called it totally benign. A Missouri judge overturns the wrongful murder conviction of a man who spent nearly 28 years in prison for killing that he has always said he did not commit. Russell kinsel was there when 50 year old Lamar Johnson walked out of court. Supporters were jubilant
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on WTOP
"Looking at Twitter and the news, it's just unreal. We say the suspected gunman killed himself the motive is unclear, Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. Another place that is supposed to be about community and togetherness shattered by bullets and bloodshed. Rosa van Biden called her Monday night to commiserate and promise investigative help. Tom CBS News Washington. The mass shooting in Michigan happened nearly 5 years to the day after the attack at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida, 17 people died there, including Tony mattos, daughter Gina. Myself and the other families here in Parkland who lost on London that tragedy feel for the victims families in Michigan. Sadly, this happens all too often and we know the pain that the families are dealing with. There are still a lot of questions and huge concerns about a toxic train derailment in Ohio. Director of the Ohio Department of Health, doctor Bruce Vander Hoff is telling everyone who lives near the east Palestinian trader element, especially if they have well water at their homes to not drink it. We are recommending that people in the community consider using bottled water. As for water and nearby streams and lakes, state natural resources, director Mary mertz. What we have discovered, we have estimated based on our sampling and modeling about 3500 dead fish. Mac piper, CBS News. In Washington lawmakers are reviewing the latest on unidentified objects shot down by the U.S. Military, CBS Nicole d'antonio. Senators received a closed door Pentagon briefing Tuesday about the recent shootdowns of unidentified flying objects, and their calls on both sides of the aisle for greater transparency. While President Biden has remained largely silent on the matter, he has ordered his national security adviser to assemble a team from various agencies to handle future encounters with unidentified objects. The White House did say these latest objects may be benign. Former vice president Mike Pence plays to claim legislative privilege to fight a grand jury subpoena for testimony on efforts to overturn the 2020 election, legal analyst Lori Levinson. The
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on WTOP
"And 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. George Wallace is here what's going on with the capitals? Well, marca, they get Carolina tonight, division leading Carolina twice in the next three games, and they're gonna do without Alex Ovechkin, who's left the team to attend to a family matter in a health of a loved one on clear how long he will be gone, but Nicholas Baxter knows they've got to move on. We're all aware of the situation and we're on a tough stretcher coming up. So teams are winning and so we have to do that too. I mean, we've got to chip in for each other and make sure we really start playing a team now. Capital One arena. Tonight, 7 o'clock start, first place, Carolina. And the capitals, NFL, commanders interviewing former ravens OC Greg Roman today, the team making the announcement still unclear. If they will get that interview with Eric the enemy, well, one less place for him to go now is Baltimore because Todd monkey leaves Georgia after three years and becomes the ravens new offensive coordinator, eagles and will now look for a new OC Shane steichen is officially announced as the Indianapolis Colts next head coach wizards lose last night in Golden State it's on to Portland tonight men's college hoops this evening Georgetown on the road at seton hall toward Wallace WTO sports. All right, George, 1247, as Michigan state university today finds itself grappling with a deadly mass shooting, we're remembering another one today. It was 5 years ago that 14 students and three staffers were killed at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Florida. Those affected, say they will never forget that day. And Broward county, Florida, a moment of silence. In Miramar, Florida, elementary school students, teachers, and first responders create a giant heart on a field. Parkland survivor David hall, who helped build a national movement for tougher gun laws, says people need to put their politics aside and get something done. Because ultimately it doesn't matter if you're a Republican
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Start your day in just 15 minutes. We begin with President Biden's State of the Union address. Earnings from a trio of tech heavyweights weighing on markets. Wake up with Bloomberg daybreak, U.S. edition U.S. to supply more weapons to Ukraine, move over Kareem LeBron James most points NBA history available now on your podcast feed. Each week day morning at 6 a.m. eastern. President Biden takes out quite the middle road last night. Subscribe to Bloomberg daybreak U.S. edition today on Apple Spotify and everywhere you get your podcasts. This is balance of power on Bloomberg television and radio. I'm David Weston 5 years ago today, a gunman went into a high school in Parkland, Florida, and killed 17 individuals President Biden a short time ago. He's had this to tweet out. 5 years ago, a gunman committed an act of horror at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school. Today we mourn the 17 loved ones lost and pray for the countless loved ones left behind. For the lives lost and the lives we can save, we must ban assault weapons. That was President Biden tweeting a short time ago. Welcome now, the congresswoman who represents the district where that high school is. Debbie wasserman Schultz, she's democratic congresswoman from Florida. So cars went, thank you so much for being here. And what is in many ways a very difficult day. First of all, give us your reflections 5 years later about where we are today. Thank you for having me. 5 years later after the marjory Stoneman Douglas shootings that took 17 lives, there is still trauma deeply embedded in our community. There are former students who survived, who really are impacted psychologically, some who have never been able to progress their parents who some days who've lost loved ones some days, they can move forward. Others, they are paralyzed, the common denominator is that we still haven't done enough to prevent these types of mass shootings from ever happening again. And I couldn't agree with President Biden more. We need Savannah assault weapons in this country. There is no reason for anyone to have a military style weapon. In their personal collection, and what we certainly don't need to do is have a governor like ours in Florida, who is completely insensitive to what's happened here in our state, the pulse nightclub shooting, Marty Stoneman Douglas, and who is proposing permitless carry in the upcoming legislative session to put guns into untrained hands and essentially to proliferate all across our state. I want to come back to the governor's descendants in a moment, but just let me ask you 5 years later, the number of mass shootings has gone up. The number of children under 11 who died in schools have gone up, and some of those are assault weapons, many of them are not. And so I think all of us say we should do whatever it takes to stop this, but do we have a sense of what might stop it? Well, we certainly need to make sure that we can close all the loopholes. That prevents us from being able to make sure that no one who shouldn't have a gun can get one. We still have not fully closed the loopholes to ensure that full background checks, no matter how you are purchasing a weapon, are able to be conducted. And that's not legislation that we've been able to get past by the United States Congress. We did make progress with the safer communities act last year, past incentives for red flag laws were able to make significant investments in mental health funding. But we have got to make sure that we take the weapons out of the hands of people who should not have them. Whether they're a semi-automatic or any other type of weapon used in committing these shootings. I wonder congresswoman, maybe to put you on the spot a little bit. Do you stay in contact with some of the relatives of those lost in Parkland, particularly, do you have any reaction to what happened in Michigan state of any Lansing overnight? I do keep in regular contact with many of the families, you know, they are right up the road from my hometown and I sponsor legislation every year called Jamie's law, which would also apply background checks to the prohibited ammunition purchases that have no background checks whatsoever. Obviously, a gun is more dangerous when you can get access to the ammunition that actually kills people. And these families are still struggling, but they're still in the fight. So many of them have created foundations, and they're doing incredible work to try to advance the notion that we should make sure that we can keep people safe in their normal everyday environment. And not have to have the kids like our kids do, that when they walk into a classroom, they check the exits. My own daughter has told me that she checks the exits. In every inside dwelling that she enters, just to make sure that she would know how to quickly get out of God forbid something happened. That's not how our young people should be living today or anyone. Carter, given the gravity of this subject, it's hard to talk about anything else almost, but I do want to raise another subject. You mentioned governor desantis. Your governor in Florida. And one of the issues with governor Sanders, apart from guns is his position on ESG environmental social and governance investing really stopping Florida from investing pension plans in any organization that is basically according to ESG. This is part of what he's had to say on that subject. What it's devolved into is a mechanism to inject political ideology into investment decisions, corporate governance, and really just the everyday economy. That is not ultimately something that is going to work out well for us here in Florida or in the United States of America. Congressman, I wonder apart from whether you believe in some of the values that governor desantis believes in or not. Apart from the values, what effect does this have on pension plans? Is this helping pension plans invest in a way that they make as much money as they can for the pensioners so that they can pay the pensions? No, not only is it not helping grow our pension plans, governor desantis has essentially declared war on Wall Street. He really clearly doesn't understand the impact on corporations and businesses who simply want to make sure that they can operate ethically that they're making decisions that are going to improve their diversity, improve sustainability, improve transparency. I mean, those are all values that are good for business and governor desantis has declared war on those things. Either he doesn't understand the positive impact or the bottom line for businesses when they engage in those practices, or he's allergic to them, or he's just decided that culture warrior is his pathway to The White House. Or at least to the Republican nomination. It's damaging our economy here. It's going to make businesses less likely to locate here, it's also going to impact
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right now, let's get world and national news. We do that in Washington, D.C. with Amy Mars. All right, thank you, Paul. Tomorrow was another big primary day in Florida, Republican turned Democrat former governor Charlie Crist, trying to get his old job back, slamming his Republican rival Ron DeSantis during an interview with ABC. We've got a governor unfortunately that's been putting people down. LGBTQ women and their right to choose. African Americans, their right to vote. We are advocating a Florida for all. You know, everybody counts. We're all children a guy. Meanwhile, desantis was on the campaign trail in Florida where the fight over parental rights and education is growing heated. Our view here in Florida is that the purpose of our schools is to educate kids, not to indoctrinate kids. Does that was into oral Florida where he was supporting school board candidates to back his education agenda. President Biden has spoken with European leaders looking to revive a nuclear deal with Iran, the U.S. is considering a response to Tehran's position on the latest proposal over the weekend axios reported the U.S. wants to calm fears in Israel about a possible deal and the U.S. has said it agrees with Israel that Iran can never acquire a nuclear weapon. The U.S. and South Korea have begun their biggest joint military exercise at about 5 years after taking a break on large scale drills, failed to lead North Korea's Kim Jong-un to make concessions and disarmament talks. This exercise will involve thousands of troops and will simulate a response to an invasion from North Korea. And the sentencing trial for Florida, school shooter Nicholas cruises today, cruise murdered 14 students and three staff members in 2018 at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Amy Morris. This is Bloomberg. The balance Bridgestone tires just rolled into Midas. And if you roll in, we've got an exclusive
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"D.C. we go for welding national news with Nancy Lyons Hannah. Hey, Tim. WNBA star Brittany griner says she had no intent to break Russian law, but a Russian judge today found her guilty of intentionally smuggling cannabis soil into the country and sentenced her to 9 years in prison, prosecutors had sought 9 and a half years. Griner had appealed for leniency ahead of that ruling. I never meant to hurt anybody. I never meant to put in jeopardy. The rush population, I never meant to break any balls here. Reiner's name has been mentioned in a potential prisoner swap with Moscow. President Biden calls today's verdict unacceptable. Four current and former Louisville police officers are facing federal charges in connection with Breonna Taylor's shooting death. Attorney general Merrick Garland. The federal charges announced today allege that members of the place based investigations unit falsified the affidavit used to obtain the search warrant of miss Taylor's home. That this act violated federal civil rights laws, and that those violations resulted in miss Taylor's death. Garland says the officers also allegedly falsified reports after the incident to cover up mistakes. Jurors in the trial of Florida school shooter, Nicholas Cruz, were taken to see the still blood spattered rooms at Parkland's marjory Stoneman Douglas high school today. The crime scene has been sealed off ever since he murdered 14 students and three staff members four years ago. The 23 year old did plead guilty in October to 17 counts of first degree murder, the trial is to determine if he'll be sentenced to death or life without parole. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Massive school shooting more questions remain unanswered There is outrage after Texas police admitted they made a mistake during the elementary school classroom massacre Parents of the 19 children shot and killed at rob elementary and Yuval found out police waited for reinforcements before breaching the classroom door where the gunman was holed up Department of Public Safety director colonel Steve McGraw said quote it was the wrong decision to wait and not breach the classroom door McGraw admitted they were getting 9-1-1 calls asking for help as officers waited for their backup Texas governor Greg Abbott plans to keep recently passed gun laws in place Abbott told reporters the new constitutional carry law was not a factor in this week's shooting at rob elementary The law allows people to carry guns without a license to carry The Republican expects legislators to look at all laws passed after the 2018 school shooting in Santa Fe to see if they need to be changed Ten people died in that shooting while 21 people were killed at rob elementary Abbott did not rule out the possibility of a special session this summer The NRA is holding its annual convention this week in Houston after the mass shooting at the elementary school in Texas Brad Siegel has the latest Protests are mounting outside of the NRA convention which is being held in Houston David hogg who survived the Stoneman Douglas high school shooting in Parkland Florida in 2018 is confident that this week's school shooting in Texas will lead to change There's over 85% support for universal background checks and red flag laws We pass those in the wake of the shooting in Parkland Florida in a deeply Republican legislature He was part of a rally put on by different teachers groups they oppose efforts to put more guns in classrooms And Disney is adding a warning to the new Obi-Wan Kenobi series following the mass shooting at the school in Texas the opening scene shows a Jedi school massacre I'm Jim Forbes The Biden administration is honing in on a plan to cancel $10,000 of student loan debt per borrower However White House officials warn no decision has been finalized as the president continues to weigh his options In recent weeks Biden has reportedly made comments he's willing to sign legislation canceling student loan debt In the meantime The White House says Biden is weighing what authority the president has to wipe out the debt New York City officials and businesses are holding out hope for a post pandemic summer tourism increase Aaron real has more Pedestrian traffic in Times Square is down 16.8% from the same time in 2019 Hotel occupancy and Times Square is lower than last year at 80% occupancy as opposed to 86% in the second week of May 2021 However Manhattan has seen a big overall turnaround with hotel occupancy at 78% New York City continues to lag behind the rest of the country though when it comes to office occupancy and officials say making workers feel safe is the key to New York City's economic success The Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial is now in the hands of the jury Lawyers for the former celebrity Keppel presented their closing arguments Friday in the defamation case against heard the attorneys for Depp urged jurors to quote give mister Depp his life back Depp is suing his ex-wife for $50 million after he said her claims of domestic abuse cause harm to his career Herd countersued for $100 million and it could be years before the two men accused of killing Memphis rapper Young Dolph will go to trial a judge says a bond hearing was most recently rescheduled for Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith until July 1st both men's attorneys are still going through the discovery process the judge says the trial will likely not happen until 2023 Johnson and Smith are charged in the murder of the rapper last November That's the latest.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are the words of Ukraine stop diplomats speaking of the Russian forces as those troops pull out of cities in Ukraine focusing their attention on the north They are leaving behind what Ukrainian officials are calling evidence of war crimes including dozens of dead civilians in bucha Ukrainian foreign minister Dimitrov says some of the civilian casualties scenes are brutal The most outrageous atrocity of the 21st century Foreign minister Columbus says family members of the local mayor outside of bucha were executed their bodies were thrown in a hastily dug grave President volodymyr zelensky says Russia is committing genocide in his country among those collecting evidence of alleged war crimes is Human Rights Watch researcher Yulia gorbon She says statements by Russian authorities go completely against our findings Olaf findings a laid out very clearly in the report and I do not see how they can be contested by simply just denying that anything has happened Yulia gorbon with Human Rights Watch Jury selection in the deadliest mass shooting ever to go to trial is about to begin More from Bloomberg's John Tucker Starting today in a courtroom in Fort Lauderdale Florida as many as 1500 potential jurors could be screened over the next several weeks a 12 member panel will ultimately decide if Nicholas Cruz is executed or gets life in prison Cruz has already pleaded guilty to the 2018 murders of 17 people at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland Florida Candidates must say they can judge Cruz fairly and vote for the death penalty if the evidence requires it John Tucker Bloomberg radio A UN backed panel is set to release a highly anticipated scientific report today on international efforts to curb climate change before global temperatures reach dangerous levels The report is by the intergovernmental panel on climate change Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The more you build it up the more there's a chance that a mistake can be made and misjudgment can be made of a wrong move could be made that could obviously explode the situation Panetta says the proposed sanctions on Russia's energy sector are likely the biggest concern for Russian president Vladimir Putin Well President Biden is marking four years since the Parkland high school shooting with a call for Americans to keep each other safe The president issued a statement for years to the day 17 people were killed inside Stoneman Douglas high He says the heartbreak of that day sparked an extraordinary movement that's making sure victims survivors and responsible gun owners voices are louder than those of gun makers and the National Rifle Association The president's efforts to pass tighter gun laws in his first year have come up short Michael Bloomberg founded majority owner of Bloomberg radio parent company Bloomberg LP donates to groups that support gun control including every town for gun safety In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio The federal judge says it doesn't matter what the jury decides and Sarah Palin's defamation suit against The New York Times He says he plans to dismiss the case for lack of evidence Palin sued the paper over 2017 opinion piece in which an editor incorrectly linked her to a deadly shooting The paper attracted the piece less than a day after publication Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries You could save big when you bundle your home and auto with progressive but when we just come out and say it it feels like it falls a bit flat So we're going to tap into human emotion First with some music Then in serious toenails say safe.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"D.C. we go to world of national news advancing Tenants Thanks Tim well the Kremlin is signaling it's ready to keep talking with the west about security grievances that led to the current Ukraine crisis Former defense secretary Leon Panetta tells Bloomberg this though is still a dangerous moment What more that you have this concentration the more you build it up the more there's a chance that a mistake can be made and misjudgment can be made of a wrong move could be made that could obviously explode the situation Panetta says the proposed sanctions on Russia's energy sector are likely the biggest concern for Russian president Putin President Biden is marking four years since the Parkland high school shooting with a call for Americans to keep each other safe The president issued a statement for years to the day 17 people were killed inside Stoneman Douglas high He says the heartbreak of that day sparked an extraordinary movement that's making sure victims survivors and responsible gun owners voices are louder than those of gun makers and the National Rifle Association The president's efforts to pass tighter gun laws in his first year have come up short Michael Bloomberg foundered majority owner of Bloomberg radio parent company Bloomberg LP donates to groups that support gun control including every town for gun safety In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio The largest U.S. airlines have been working with the Biden administration for months to create a nationwide no fly list that would ban the worst of the unruly passengers from flying commercial airlines Sources tell Bloomberg news discussions of intensified and past 6 months among airlines trade groups unions TSA.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And it's interesting tale I mean you talk about what's going on with lamb research and just to tie it back to Tesla They're maintaining that general outlook here for 50% growth At least that's the target that Leon Musk has put out there and he's made it clear here They're hitting that 50% growth target is going to be depended here on those supply chain issues And more importantly on the chip issue the fact that they're sticking by that at 50% at least in the interim it seems to suggest that they've got an under control Yeah romaine Tesla third quarter gross margin coming in above expectations at 26.6% for Tesla beating estimates of 24.2% and other update coming from the company The company saying that the Gigafactory in Texas is progressing as planned Remember they announced just a few weeks ago that they were moving from California to Texas for the corporate headquarters And bottom line we have Tesla jumping around in the after hours IBM by the way just coming out as well Third quarter revenue it looks like it's a little bit of a miss 17.62 billion versus 17.83 I know Taylor you're on this Yep take a look at here Third quarter revenue 17.6 billion in improvement sorry I missed here of 17.8 billion Third quarter cloud though in cognitive software revenue that's a key one Also a little bit of a miss by .69 billion versus estimates of 5.78 billion total overall revenue Again manage down the income statement right in line in terms of operating EPS So we're going to really dig into a lot of these numbers I know here on TV Also focusing a little bit too here on Tesla as well All right Tesla shares right now down about 8 tenths of a percent That's going to do it for our cross platform coverage on radio TV and on YouTube We'll see again same time same place tomorrow everyone This is Bloomberg businessweek with Errol matter and Bloomberg quick takes Tim steno V on Bloomberg radio All right you are listening to Bloomberg businessweek Carol master along with Tim steine I'm just watching shares of Tesla they rallied and then they're down about one and a quarter percent Sure if IBM down 3.8% as well Let's get to Washington D.C. for a check the latest world in national news Nancy lions is standing by hands Hey Tim while the FBI will be making a statement in the next 30 minutes after searching a wilderness park in Florida several personal items belonging to Brian laundry were found there today He's a person of interest in the murder of his fiancee Gabby patito who was found in Wyoming after being missing for more than a week Nicholas Cruz the alleged shooter in the marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooting in Parkland Florida has pleaded guilty to all the charges against him in a Florida courtroom today including felony murder charges I am very sorry for what I did and I have to live with it every day And if I were to get a second chance I would do everything my power to try to help others And I am doing this for you I do not care if you do not believe me Cruz is now 23 and faced 17 murder counts in 17 counts of attempted first degree murder The charges hold a minimum of life in prison a maximum of the death penalty President Biden is scaling back his build back agenda hoping to find the sweet spot with the package so that he can find the votes needed for passage Bloomberg Washington correspondent Joe Matthews says he held meetings with both progressives and moderates yesterday which yielded some progress There does seem to be a new energy in the building here today A new urgency as The White House likes to call it Thanks in large part to those meetings separate sessions with moderate Democrats and progressive Democrats from the house I will mention that the Chuck Schumer the Senate majority leader said coming out of his closed door caucus meeting yesterday that there was unanimous consent in his caucus to make an agreement by the end of the week You can hear more about this from Bloomberg's Joe Mathieu on Bloomberg's sound on at 5 Wall Street time here on Bloomberg radio Global news 24.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Goon in Houston overnight Houston PD executive assistant chief James Jones says the three Harris county constable deputies were working at extra shift at a bar when they went outside to investigate a disturbance We believe they were ambushed from behind With a suspect with a rifle three castles were shot we do not know this time they were able to return fire or not A person of interest is in custody though police have not determined whether they are a suspect or a witness It's been another night in the hospital for former president Bill Clinton as he continues to receive antibiotics for a urologic infection and resulting sepsis an FDA panels given the green light of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 booster shot the panel unanimously deciding to recommend the agency authorized the second dose for adults who have already gotten the first shot Meantime the agency is holding off and deciding whether to authorize the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for those between 12 and 17 years old Here's Matt mattson That's according to a report from The Wall Street Journal which says officials are taking a closer look at whether the vaccine is linked to an increased risk of a rare heart condition Sources told the outlet the FDA's examining the risk of myocarditis among younger males who got the shot The agency is taking time to dive deeper into the data before reaching a decision whether to greenlight the vaccines used for that age group The report says the delay could last several weeks An employee from Netflix has been fired after disclosing confidential information regarding the purchase of a Dave Chappelle's show The streaming service company said Friday the unnamed employee shared confidential commercially sensitive information outside the company this after Bloomberg reported Netflix spent $24.1 million on the special which was released on the platform last week The closer is considered transphobic to some viewers a company statement says that may be implicated in the disclosure I'm Scott Carr Confessed school shooter Nicholas Cruz is reportedly set to formally plead guilty to killing 17 students and staff and injuring 17 others at Florida's marjory Stoneman Douglas high school during a mass shooting in 2018 Cruz pled guilty Friday to charges associated with a fight with a jail guard telling the judge he doesn't want to face trial for attacking the guard Tempted aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon How do you wish to plead I plead guilty Count two battery on a law enforcement officer how do you wish to plead Guilty Cruise faces up to 15 years for the attack on the guard a hearing is set for Wednesday on the slew of charges associated with a shooting at the marjory Stoneman Douglas high Last night was another in the hospital for former president Bill Clinton As he continues to receive antibiotics for a urological infection a Clinton spokesperson says the 75 year old is in good spirits that is being treated for a non COVID infection A soldier at North Carolina's fort Bragg has been arrested after surveillance video surfaced from the January 6th capitol riot Sarah Bartlett has that The video shows James malt of brockport New York climbing a ledge in spring a chemical agent on law enforcement officers during the January 6th riot malt head enlisted in the army back in June However federal investigators tracked him to North Carolina and he was taken into custody recently at fort Bragg I'm Sarah Bartlett A date's been announced for the Golden Globe Awards the Hollywood foreign press association says the 79th annual Golden Globes will happen January 9th Nominations will be revealed December 13th Nominee submissions for movies and TV are due to November 15th NBC announced earlier this year it will not air the globes due to a lack of diversity but does hope to work to resolve the issue And India is saying its second case this month of murder by poisonous snake a man's been handed a double life sentence after being found guilty of murder by using a highly venomous cobra to poison his wife I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Another New York City department of correction detainee died yesterday the 13th person to die while in the department's custody this year More from Bloomberg's stinney's Pellegrini The Department of Corrections says Victor Mercado died yesterday afternoon at elmhurst hospital He was 64 The times reports Mercado's lawyer as saying he died from COVID-19 complications Mercado had been held at Rikers Island on weapons charges since July That's after being unable to pay the $100,000 bail set in his case In a statement Vincent giraldi the correction commissioner said the cause of Mercado's death appeared to be medical in nature pending further investigation and he says his heartbroken about it Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Asset manager pro shares signaled plans to launch a Bitcoin futures exchange traded fund as soon as Monday That according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission The move would end an 8 year wait for a security tracking the crypto currency on the U.S. stock market Goldman Sachs Group posted a surprise jump in its trading business rounding out a stellar quarter for Wall Street's biggest banks The firm's trading operations posted a 23% increase in revenue analysts were expecting that the business would struggle to keep up with last year's pace and would slide 9% CEO David Solomon spoke with Bloomberg's son noli basic about the results and the headwinds facing the U.S. economy The worst of the viruses impact on the economy is most likely behind us But we obviously have inflationary pressures particularly around wages We have an active debate around infrastructure spending and other fiscal spending in Washington and potential tax increases We've got a complex dynamic between the U.S. and China There's still some uncertainty around around the delta variant Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As opposed to any specific sort of discrimination against me as a woman All right so great to catch up with you Thank you so much Good luck with everything Thank you very much Check back again 'cause we'd love to hear more about your portfolio We've been talking with Valerie Shen She is here for graduate school of business class of 2019 partner chief operating officer at G two venture partners But it is truly one of my favorite conversations Just trying to get an idea of what are the new things coming down the road Venture capitalists certainly understand because they're the ones who are seeing this play out in real time Totally All right let's get back to world the national news over to Nancy Lion She's in our D.C. studio Let's take it away Thanks Carol Nicolas Cruz accused of carrying out the 2018 mass shooting in marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland Florida is apparently ready to change his plea in the case to guilty his lawyers has his lawyer has indicated he would plead guilty to 17 counts of murder 17 counts of attempted murder The police would apparently come without conditions prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty U.S. consumer sentiment about the economy and its future measured monthly by the University of Michigan has fallen by more than a full percentage point It's been going that way for three months now Richard Curtin director of the survey said in a Bloomberg interview Consumers remain rather domestic confidence is really declined in how consumers hear the ability of the government to manage the economy You have the future of inflation Consumers have lost the notion that it won't be transmit At the same time according to the commerce department retail sales increased but curtain attributed that largely to the increase in prices in Washington or of Chapman Bloomberg radio President Biden while promoting his build back better agenda at a child care facility in Connecticut took time this afternoon to say he's been trying to get in touch with former president Bill Clinton who's recovering in a California hospital after being diagnosed with an infection I've been changing exchanging calls He seems to be going well and doing well and so when I talk to him out but let you all know Clinton spokesman says the former president is on the mend and responding well to antibiotics Global news 24 hours.
Florida Superintendent to Resign After Perjury Charge in Parkland Aftermath
"Florida school superintendent overseeing Parkland schools could learn his fate Today. It comes amid continuing criticism over the 2018, mass shooting there and a perjury charge from a statewide grand jury. Broward County School Superintendent Robert Runcie is offered to resign, addressing a board member whose daughter was killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High if it's going to give you peace and is going to give you And those other parents who remain angry because I don't see how there's anything else I can do if it's going to give you that I will step aside. So you can have the piece that you are looking for. The school board meets today to decide his fate. The possible separation agreement runs. He is accused of lying before the grand jury investigating the shootings and other matters.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"In the early days of the pandemic is slowly reopening intensive care admissions air going down, But wards are still around that dangerous 30% capacity and the vaccine rollout continues to be patchy. But people from Milan to Rome have been taking advantage of the chance to dine out again and go to museums. What the hospitality industry in many parts is really waiting for is the return of American tourists who are still not permitted to come to Italy. This says Italy lays out plans to use its portion of European Union recovery funds. The EU president has called the $900 billion kitty quote the opportunity of the century for the continent. Amy Kellogg, Fox News authorities School superintendent charged with lying to a grand jury investigating the circumstances surrounding the 2018 shooting, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School says he will be vindicated and will not step down, Robert Runcie, the superintendent, Broward County said in a video statement. Politics is more important than our students. Governor on dissent is impaneled the grand jury after the shooting in 2019 to take a look at safety issues in Florida schools, But the scope of the investigation was broadened to look at corruption. Overall, Runcie is expected be arraigned next month. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, with praise for the diversity of President Biden's Cabinet are people of color. 10 are women. And among them. We have a former teacher of former construction workers, Several former veterans, a small businessman, even a musician. Schumer says the confirmations have been faster than under presidents Trump and Obama and have all had bipartisan support on Wall Street. The Dow in its three points, the NASDAQ lost 40 80 S and P off a fraction I'm Lisa. Let Sarah and this is Fox News. Now now, the Cory Diamonds Traffic center that drive into town is still gonna be very difficult. 1 46 North bound moving across Fred Hartman. They're only letting that left shoulder get through and it's backed up on the 2 25 and it coming down. We will report so you may want to take the East Beltway instead..
Biden delivers remarks on gun violence prevention
"The father of a Parkland school shooting victim was on hand as president Biden announced. Several executive orders aimed that gun control this week while also calling for Congress to pass him widely supported measures. I believe the Senate should immediately pass three House passed bills to close loopholes the loud gun purchasers to bypass the background checks. Fred Guttenberg, who's 14 year old daughter, Jamie, was killed. It's Stoneman Douglas High School tweeted from the White House, calling this the day when gun safety begins. Biden's executive actions include ordering the Justice Department to issue within 30 days ever. Pot's rule to help stop the proliferation of so called ghost guns, homemade ones that have no serial
How the media treats parents of mass shooting victims
"So it's been a horrific week. It's actually been a horrific year for gun. Violence in this country has been assertive. Perception that mass shootings and gun violence in america took a pause during the pandemic. That's absolutely not true. We're good violence. Killed twenty thousand americans last year more than any other year and at least two decades so this is a crisis that goes on and on and on there are a lot of people looking at solutions on the political front and in terms of changes in laws. But there's also a lot to be done in terms of thinking how the media covers gun violence in this country and how it can do better and how it should do better. I'm thrilled to be joined by manuel patricia. Oliver welcome to you both. Thank you for having us and you. It's great to have you here. You both found yourself in the center of the gun debate after your son. Joaquin was among seventeen people. Who died at margaret stoneman. Douglas in parkland florida in february of two thousand eighteen. Let me first ask you both. How did you end up in parkland in parkland win. Did you move there. We moved there with here a me from venezuela with eighteen years ago and we decided to move your of schools so you move for because you wanted a school for joaquin. Yeah for for both yet. Better life according life for them was offering that in so did he go to. He went to public elementary schools and then to Marjory stoneman douglas. Exactly we are. We moved here because they the rating off those schools were really good. They were all a loss. Africaine started here an spree k. Because he was three years old so into every single public school era.
Biden Calls for Gun Reform Three Years After Parkland Shooting, NW of Miami
"Marked the three year anniversary of the Valentine's Day shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida 17 students and teachers were killed. President Bush using the president Biden using the occasion to renew his push for tougher gun control measures. President put out a statement essentially saying that this administration will not wait for the next mass shooting to heed. That call to do better in the country, saying that it's time to take action to end the epidemic of gun violence and make schools and communities safer. Calling on Congress to essentially an act common sense gun law reforms, including requiring background checks on all gun sales, banning assault, weapons and high capacity magazines as well and that CBS is Skyler Henry flags across Florida were lowered to half staff to honor the victims of the shooting.
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on KOMO
"Changed apart both directions on Snoqualmie Pass direction tires required. Directions. The white pass in there advised both directions on Stevens passed. Our next report is at 4 34 Button. Smith Come on Traffic. The Kamo forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. What a wild weekend of weather that snow is gradually coming to an end. We've got that conversion from snow over into right and that's happening gradually from the South up toward the North star friends and walk him Skagit counties hanging out of that snow tonight a little bit longer compared to communities farther south. Now, as we're dealing with the switch over to rain, there are some trouble spots. There could be some sleep out there. Additionally, even some freezing rain. I think this is most likely towards some of the Cascade foothills, especially index in sky comics. With that continuing into tomorrow morning, heavy mountain snow by the way over the passes into tomorrow. Once that rain starts dumping here in the Puget Sound lowlands late tonight and into Monday that could create even more issues, the possibility for some urban flooding, Maybe even some down trees, localize power outages, carports and roofs. Caving in where we have the heavy snow will track it. Meteorologist Abby accounting to come a Weather center. Difficult Valentine's Day for the South Florida community. It was a day of mourning for many A B. C's line on boys reports three years later, the pain still felt following the Parkland school shooting. Every day has been very difficult since my beautiful daughter, Gina Rose, Montalto was murdered at her school father, Tony Montalto, honoring his 14 year old daughter at a wreath laying ceremony. She was one of the 17 victims killed when a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our family is it's not hold on my wife and my son and myself are reminded of that flags were.
Biden calls for 'commonsense gun law reforms' on anniversary of Parkland shooting
"At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida 17 people were killed in the shooting when a former student at the school opened fire. The shooting sparked a youth gun control movement called March for our lives. President Biden called on Congress to strengthen gun laws on the third anniversary of the shooting, saying there was no time to wait. Florida governor Rhonda Santis ordered flags to half staff across the state actor Paul Newman's camp for Children in
Third Anniversary of Parkland School Shooting Remembered in Coral Springs, NW of Miami
"Central up. Elena Petty 17 names in all of 17 people whose lives ended in a a hail hail of of gunshots gunshots three three years years ago ago to to the the day, day, an an event event in in Coral Coral Springs Springs Sunday. Sunday. Remember Remember those those killed killed in in the the Parkland Parkland massacre? massacre? It It was was just just one one of of several several in in South South Florida Florida that that marked marked the the awful awful anniversary. anniversary. Those Those who who lived lived through through the the mass mass shooting shooting at at Stoneman Stoneman Douglas Douglas High High School, School, of of course, course, do do not not need need the the reminder. reminder. And And many, many, like like Haley Haley Bettencourt, Bettencourt, who's who's now now a a senior senior at at the the school, school, feel feel Survivor's guilt. I want to know why I was spared, but like I'll never know. It's just really hard to live with that, like knowing that You look, all these people don't like you couldn't do anything. She spoke to NBC Miami
Biden calls for 'commonsense gun law reforms' on anniversary of Parkland shooting
"Three years to the day since the tragic school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. 17 people were killed in that shooting when a former student at the school opened fire on students they're shooting sparked a youth gun control movement called March for our lives. President Joe Biden calling on Congress to strengthen gun laws on the third anniversary of the shooting and Parkland, Florida, saying there was no time to wait. Florida Governor Rhonda Sanchez ordering flags to be at half staff all across that state
Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter
"Ruling against the families of the Parkland school shooting victims in a lawsuit. Sarah Bartlett has the details. The lawsuit was filed against the Broward School district with families claiming that school officials did not properly respond to potential threats by accused shooter Nicholas Cruz. However, a judge found that officials could not predict that Cruz would carry out the massacre and added that Crews had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. So was currently not a student in the district. Sunday marks three years since 17 people were killed in the mass shooting in Washington, the
Broward Schools To Commemorate Parkland Shooting With A Day of Service and Love
"Of events starts today Commemorating the day 17 lives were lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high three years ago. Schools across Broward County of participating in what's being called a day of service in love, focusing on students both on campus and those in the learning, though it perfectly in love activities and project to encourage the service to others and help to raise awareness about the important and meaningful causes, Parent turn, school board member Laurie Alhadeff says on Friday morning, the district will observe a moment of reflection in prayer at 10 17 for the fallen eagles and those injured. And in person in virtual commemoration will take place Sunday at Pine Trails Park just blocks from the campus where the tragedy took place. Three years to the day air
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Francisco suing their own school district. Shocking but at the same time, get him back to school. Well, what else are you going to do? I mean, they have. The school board has no plan whatsoever to go back to school. They're not following the science and the city is like, Hey, guys, come on, get it together. We gotta figure something out because the next county over the vast majority, and I mean like 90% of the schools are back in business. Yes. Anna and we get to it later. Honestly was heartbreaking. This high school football player in California. Talking about? No scouts, no games. No chance for college. Thanks a lot. Newsome. Like, Wow, Man, It's not just the athletes as you've pointed out several times, David and so have you, Scott. It's kids in general, and it's the follow the science, but they don't seem to do it. It's frustrating. All right, let's get to a new pillow company. Yeah. S O David Hog. That's the kid. He went to Stoneman Douglas High School, which, of course, was the site of that horrific school shooting on? He's gone on to become an anti gun activist and is now trying to take on the pillow game. He wants to put my pillow out of business because the owner Mike Lindell, has been actively promoting election fraud claims, and he's got a documentary or something out about Broad and says that Like the end is near, if it doesn't catch on or something, but I don't know if the guy is kind of weird. I like his products. But Wendell's kind of crazy well, Dominions so as suit him too. Oh, yeah. For what a billion dollars or something like that. And his reaction was bring it on. You're going to get exposed, okay? I'm interested to see what happened. Oh, yeah, Crazy, but it's like, okay, I'm not. I'm not turning away from that. So David Hog wants to make hog pillow or I'm not sure if that's really what he's going to call it. It's gonna be called. Don't Hawk my pillow. But he's running into a few problems and free by the way. This is no joke. David Hog was on CNN this morning talking about his idea for a progressive pillow company God This should be good..
"stoneman douglas" Discussed on KGO 810
"Why not present that to someone like her? Take her in the show her. You know that the reality it did take her to the medical examiner's office. Let her talk to people Let her ask Whatever stupid questions. She thinks they're going to give her some sort of elucidation. And then I realized that it wouldn't work because she would believe that it was all made up that they just worked with Hollywood elites and they manufactured this stuff and that it just wasn't real. And I don't know, then. How you get through to them with some of the basic truths that they cannot accept, and so constantly lie about for what they believe is their own personal benefit their personal issues and in her case, it's guns. She also has tried to take her gun onto the house floor. So I just mentioned Sandy Hook. Marjorie Taylor Greene was assigned to the Education Committee by the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives. Nancy Pelosi is fuming. She said. How could they possibly assign her to the Education Committee when she has mocked the killing of little Children at Sandy Hook Elementary school, and she has mocked the killing of teenagers in high school at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She put out her own video of that, as she was trailing David Hog is his name pronounced hunger Hogue. It's H O J joke. Okay, so he's walking down the street. She's following her and him and just meaning me. What are you doing? Why are you doing that? I'm a gun owner. Why do you want to take our guns away? If you had people with guns who were on campus? Haven't you ever heard that the way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun and you're using Children for for your issue. You're using Children. Why are you and it was just really weird. It had been only months. Since he was cowering in fear at his high school as friends of Hiss students that he went to school with were massacred by a gunman. And I mentioned conservatives. Conservatives she believes on I was just reading about this. She believes she made a video on this, too. So you can see this. You could see her saying this. It's not just somebody who says she believes it. You could watch her say it. Las.
Parkland school massacre case no closer to a trial date, Miami
"Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty. Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom.
Miami - Broward Sheriff's Office gets their gold star back
"Robert Sheriff's Office is getting its gold star back after losing the support of the commission for Florida Law enforcement accreditation more than a year ago for the department's perceive mishandling of the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Mass shootings. Commission has unanimously re accredited it share, Gregory Tony says Just as important was returning the public's trust, and it was a matter of continue to highlight the things that we were doing of the significant changes the investment monies, and now we're getting a better response. He admits. The agency was one of most ill prepared when it came to active shooter training policies and protocols. But now it has some of the most certifications. Eric Rodriguez, Miami.
Baltimore Orioles draft pick Coby Mayo survived the Parkland school shooting. He plays to honor those who didn’t.
"My next guest, a terrible tragedy as motivation to achieve what most kids can only dream about and here to tell us about it is Kobe Mayo survivor of the Parkland shutting and now fourth. Round MLB draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles. Kobe congratulations first of all. What was that like to get that news to hear? What your dream is GonNa. Come through you a draft. Until you know the whole process. In the last three months has been crazy. Dacoven season was cut short a little bit, but you know it was that process was was very stressful, but you know. The day of the draft was just. Feeling in here, my name on TV was just it was feeling that can't even I can't even pitcher back ahead because I lost all the moments in my head, because of all the excitement from my family, my friends and it was just an amazing moment, and I really hold forever. That's incredible, but we go back now. People here, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, two, thousand, eighteen people remember your student at this school and you know I can't imagine how that day had an impact on the students, but tell me how that day maybe change your perspective, and did it have some kind of an impact on your motivation and your drive, and ultimately getting you to where you are now. Yeah I always say to this day. If maybe that shooting never happened in might not motivated me to be where I'm at today, and you know I i. really do that day as motivation because of all the. Students were lost and teachers our Lawson. I really use ideas motivation to keep to keep going and do community you. Anthony Rizzo came back to community after the next day flew home from Chicago, he was getting ready to start a season, and he talked to the community, and it was. It was really big community to hear his voice I Kinda WanNa be that that voice. That's heard because I'm you know on to better things? Came of its strong and that's that's really what I WANNA be. Ultimate Goal Co, it sounds like. You feel like you have some type of responsibility. You were blessed. You were spared. A lot of kids were that day, but it sounds like you're taking this on as a blessing in an opportunity that you have a responsibility now to fill. Yet for sure you know those seventeen to seventeen that didn't make don't have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams, and if I can go out there and honor them, so feel my dreams. I think that that would be the biggest success that. Anyone can make the whole second. That's going on so I want I really want them to to see me reaching my goals. And hopefully they looked down and they're happy. What's up?
Miami - Gov. Ron DeSantis signs Alyssa’s Law, requiring silent alarms at all Florida public schools
"Victory for the mother of a Parkland massacre victims of Iran to Santa signs Eliza's law requiring all public schools in the state of Florida to have a silent panic alarm. The law's named in honor of 14 year old Elissa Allah deaf it was killed. It's Stoneman Douglas. Mother, Lori says. This will make everyone say Furred school, so the teacher would be empowered to be able to press a button on their cell phone, and it's a direct link to law enforcement so they can get on the scene as quickly as possible to take down the threat. Auriemma come into triage that they felt the laws already on the books in New Jersey. Allah Deaf is hoping it passes in New York next, and she's also working on a federal Elissa is law.
Miami - Florida Public Schools To Have Silent Panic Alarms Beginning In 2021
"Major victory victory for the mother for the of mother a Parkland of a Parkland massacre massacre victims victims of Iran of Iran to Santa to Santa signs signs Eliza's Eliza's law law requiring requiring all public all public schools schools in the state in the of state Florida of Florida to have a silent to have a silent panic panic alarm. alarm. The law's The law's named named in honor in honor of 14 of 14 year old year Elissa old Elissa Allah Allah deaf it deaf was killed. it was It's killed. Stoneman It's Stoneman Douglas. Douglas. Mother, Lori Mother, Lori says. This says. will This make will everyone make everyone say Furred say school, Furred school, so the teacher so the teacher would be would empowered be empowered to be to able be to able press to press a button a button on their on cell their phone, cell phone, and it's and a direct it's a direct link to link law to enforcement law enforcement so they so can they get can on get the scene on the as scene quickly as quickly as possible as possible to take to down take the down threat. the threat. Auriemma Auriemma come come into triage into triage that they felt that they the felt laws the already laws already on the books on the books in New Jersey. in New Jersey. Allah Deaf Allah is Deaf hoping is hoping it passes it passes in New York in New York next, next, and she's and also she's working also working on a federal on a federal Elissa Elissa is law. is law.
Miami - Death Penalty Trial Of Confessed Parkland Shooter Postponed Indefinitely
"Still no trial date yet for the parkland school shooter today attorneys for Nicholas Cruz met with the judge for a status hearing on zoom Cruz is accused of killing seventeen people and wounding seventeen others in twenty eighteen at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school police say Cruz confessed to the shooting and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty the next hearing is set for August twenty
Judge: Florida school shooting trial off indefinitely
"The death penalty trial of the man charged with killing seventeen people at a Florida high school is often definitely because of the restrictions related to the corona virus in a hearing held remotely Broward circuit judge Elizabeth Scherer said it's not even clear when the court house will re open to the public it's been closed since the middle of March Nickolas Cruz is charged with fatally shooting seventeen people and wounding seventeen others at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school on Valentine's day twenty eighteen his lawyers say Cruz would plead guilty in exchange for a life prison sentence but prosecutors have rejected that I Shelley handler
Florida - After Parkland Tragedy, FL Senate OK's Panic Buttons
"Florida could soon have panic buttons and it's all that schools two years after the parkland school shootings Florida lawmakers are close to sending governor Ron DeSantis legislation requiring panic buttons at schools the system will help schools more quickly some help during life threatening emergencies on Friday the Senate unanimously approved a bill dubbed Alicia's law for one of the slain students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school house was also poised to approve the bill but did not take up the measure Friday if signed into law the bill would establish an electronic link between schools law enforcement and other first responders