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Agency calls for Chicago police firings in botched 2019 raid
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an oversight agency calls for Chicago police firings for a botched twenty nineteen rate the Chicago police oversight agency civilian office of police accountability is recommending suspensions and some potential terminations of more than a half dozen officers involved in a botched twenty nineteen raid on the home of a black woman who wasn't allowed to put on clothes before being handcuffed in a report released Wednesday the agency recommended between one day and one year of suspension for multiple officers and up to and including separation from the department for some officers police superintendent David Brown has already moved to terminate one sergeant earlier this year the agency noted nearly one hundred allegations of misconduct by officers involved in the mistaken raid of the home of social worker engine that young hi Mike Rossio
Why Virginia's Election Has Huge National Implications
"Joe Biden's numbers are upside down, and it is heavily impacting the now battleground state of Virginia. Tomorrow voters head to the polls. Well, I think they vote early in Virginia. I don't know how they do, but I still think they have in person voting in Virginia more than other states. According to RealClearPolitics dot com, Joe Biden's favorable rating is 44 unfavorable rating is 50 6 points in the deficit 6 points. 50% of the country as an unfavorable view of Joe Biden and the latest polls out of Virginia everybody, which can be a bellwether state in ways that are very significant. Virginia governor, according to the Trafalgar group, young Ken up two points, Fox 5 D.C. insider, which I trust local polls a lot with this up two points. Term mcauliffe is going on a press campaign, play cut it. They're talking about this critical race theory. And as I said before, and I'll say it again, it's never been taught in Virginia. And I really hate it because it's a racist dog whistle obtained from the loudoun county school board and invoice from that firm, the equity showing a charge for coaching and meetings focused on CRT. And excerpt of an email from former school superintendent states that while loudon county has not officially adopted CRT, some of its teachings align with the CRT ideology. That's pretty straightforward. Now, the polls are all over the place. So I don't want to say that it's guaranteed that junk and is going to win. The recent polls show him up, but there is a pall over the weekend by Roanoke college at mcauliffe one. There is another one from Washington Post that in the cauliflower up one, and you better believe that fairfax county and in loudon county, they're gonna pull out every type of shenanigans and tomfoolery and shadiness that they can concoct everybody. That is a real thing and it's going they are going to pull it all out. But I just want to make sure that everyone understands the significance of what is happening in Virginia right now is that you have a candidate that was not polling well. You've a candidate that in the Virginia race was down significantly. If you look to the RealClearPolitics average polls in Virginia. Mcauliffe was down in the average. I mean, I'm sorry, junkin was down 6 points. 6 points at the beginning of September. He was down in the average by 6 points. Now the average has him up two
Ian Prior Explains Loudoun County Superintendent, School Board Knew About Rape in Bathroom
"Ian Pryor is one of the patriots leading this movement in loudoun county To take the schools back from the radicals Ian prior is on the phone right now Ian how are you sir I'm great Mark Thanks for having me Give a little bit of breaking news What is it Yeah that's right According to W COP for those that have been following the route and county controversy they received an email through the freedom of information act that showed that on the day of the alleged sexual assault back in May the superintendent informed the entire school board via email that there was a sexual assault in a bathroom Now people should remember that the same superintendent three weeks later said at a public school board meeting that he was unaware of any records of sexual assault in bathrooms and then the school board recently said they were not aware of any details of this story until news reports came out Of course the horrific part of this story obviously the first alleged sexual assault but this kid was then allowed to transfer to a different school where he allegedly sexually assaulted someone two weeks ago This is on loudoun county public schools This is on the superintendent This is on the school board We have been fighting these people for months And this is why we've been able to get to the bottom and get the truth out They have put students behind politics and this is the result
6th Grade Ohio Teacher Caught Teaching Critical Race Theory
"There's a site called myth informed prettier sight Here's a secretly recorded video taken in 6th grade in a classroom and Franklin Woods intermediate school Columbus Ohio And it shows critical race there had been taught after the superintendent said it was not being taught There is very few superintendents that I trust by the way Cut 15 go Some people might call it racist It's actually three categories If you've read the books you'll hear that there's three areas There's anti right There's antiracist which is in person who works to end racism And after this some of them is acne And that's what I was trying to be I was reading books I was folding rallies I was trying to be in that group Then there's the opposite of just someone who does racist to discriminate against people of a certain group and that's what then there's some metal group A middle group is what most people are Most people don't have people work in racism and those people don't work to be in the races group Some of people are in that little group of quality and assimilations Missing relations doesn't actively work to end it and it doesn't work to be in the loop as well So and if you read the Stanford book there's one for you not adults Might be a little heavy But then of course stand up for kids and Kwame He was part of the co author for the
Minister Jeremy Story Was Arrested for Disorderly Conduct at a School Board Meeting
"Welcome. I have an important story to share with you very important. A number of years ago, I got to meet a friend, Jeremy story here in New York City. He's now a minister in the Austin, Texas area. He wrote me about something that's going on there with regard to school boards. As you know, this stuff lights me up infuriates me sickens me as an American, what is happening. And so I thought, let's get Jeremy on to talk about it. So Jeremy welcome. Thank you for having me today Eric. I appreciate it. Well, I'm glad that you wrote to me. So tell us the story. I mean, the short version is is that I was arrested by a school board unlawfully in order to silence me from speaking. Today, nationally, we hear stories about violent parents and the Biden administration coming against them. But in actuality, there's also another side of that story. And I am that story, as well as another gentleman in our district who was an army captain who was arrested as well. Basically what we were speaking out against Eric was, and what I was speaking out against was I'd been I'd seen how our superintendent was hired in June by a violation of the Texas open meetings act, which means that the several of the board members coordinated behind the scenes to hire the superintendent, which is a fence that carries prison time. And because I spoke out on that, then I was contacted by a lady who explained to me that she had been assaulted by the superintendent. She had been she was pregnant with his child, and he had tried to assault her when she refused to have an abortion. Because he was wanting her to cover up his illicit affair with this woman. And so when she wouldn't do that, he went over to her house and according to her assaulted her. He threatened her via text message prior that he was going to take care of the child if she wouldn't take care of it. And then when she tried to go to the school board to get some help, two school board members tried to help her, the other 5 who had voted for the superintendent ignored her in a couple of them actually notified the superintendent, which then precipitated the assault the
Loudon County School Board Releases Lackluster, Lying Statement
"The loudoun county school board put out a statement today And among other things in the statement the loudoun county Virginia school board in reaction to the rape that took place the 9th grader In the failure of the school board to do a damn thing about it in any significant way The loudoun county school board and the superintendent said well this isn't the sort of thing that would rise to the attention of the board of directors of the school board the school board members Disciplinary action Now this is a line it's a cover up and I'm going to tell you why Many decades ago as you know I was on my My town school board in cheltenham township Pennsylvania Started serving on that board when I was 20 years old If in fact there was information about a violent act in any of our schools it would have been brought to the attention of the schoolboy If there was information about a rape I can guarantee you it would have been brought to the attention of the school board Disciplinary action like you know some kid shoots a rubber band across the room and there's suspended for a day No that wouldn't be brought to the school board But a felony One student against another A violent rape In one of the high school bathrooms Yes that would have been brought to the attention of board members
Mark Levin Calls for Resignation of Loudoun County School Board Members and Other Officials
"Com I want to join the parents of loudon county And demand the resignation of the school board And the resignation of the principal at stonebridge high school in the resignation of the superintendent Now how could they not have known what took place in that unisex bathroom When Scott smith's daughter was raped a 9th grader By a quote unquote transgender boy Who went into that bathroom wearing a skirt That's number one Number two I believe the sheriff's office should be apologizing to Scott Smith For the way in my view that he was manhandled That's right I said it Number three the prosecutor in this case a soro stooge Her resignation should be demanded as well She threw the book at mister Smith He didn't hurt his soul He dared to insist that he not be removed from the board meeting An illegal assembly on his part apparently They tried to make a mockery this man The national school board association used him To try to advance their Tyrannical agenda
American Marxists Don't Want to Entertain Any Idea Other Than Their Own
"I'd love to know the name of the judge in loudoun county whose sentenced Scott Smith who I'd love to know his name Get some very basic inquiry on behalf of that judge that judge would have figured out what took place That it wasn't mister Smith who was the perpetrator It was the system It was the school board and the principal It was the superintendent There was the sheriffs on duty there It was the it was the leftist woman Who accused mister smith's daughter of having mental issues When he dared to tell her what happened to his daughter You see the American Marxist is intolerant ladies and gentlemen and they're the ones who are violent And they do not tolerate debate and they do not tolerate discussion those of you who've read the book know exactly what I'm talking about They don't entertain different ideas They don't entertain Anything except what it is that they want to do
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe Still Hung on 2000 Election
"I just played for you the discussion on critical race theory He doesn't even know what it is He knows the teacher should have no say in the school system Excuse me He knows that parents parents should have no say in the school system that teachers and their unions and the educational bureaucrats and the superintendents should control everything meaning the left Doesn't matter what your kids are taught about sex and perversion and immorality It doesn't matter what your kids are talking about race And racism and that they get sucked into that whole mindset That's where Terry mcauliffe is But it's even worse than that This reporter was really quite good on Fox 43 last night which is the a local station And again in this round table discussion you see turn a caller said that the election of George Bush was illegitimate The bush was actually beaten by Al Gore That's what he said And yet when it comes to Trump of course Trump is crazy for raising any questions about this last election right Take a listen to this Go ahead But in 2004 you said this about the election where president Bush beat Al Gore Let's go back to Florida We actually won the last presidential election folks They stole my president's election Okay so first I want to talk about this Was president George Bush legitimately elected Well we went through a very contentious 2000 if you remember And I remind you it went all the way to the United States Supreme Court And it took them through the second week of December they actually make a decision and the Supreme Court for the first time in the history of our country stopped the counting of ballots in
Caller Agrees Government Is Coordinating Against Parents
"I'm just calling to say that this seems with the schools like it's an absolute coordinated attack against conservative people because we really like having to be conservative I think it's against any parent or taxpayer and we can see they're not all conservatives They're not all Republicans Who want their children to be taught and get a quality education not propaganda I agree I agree But just to say like last month's meeting we went to and they were using the superintendent was using the same language that's in what attorney general parlance is passing out about threatening and that where terrorists and every meeting I've been to I mean the people who wear a nest their cordial No one's going no one's freaking out I've never seen a threatening person yet What if people do you It happens all the time I was a school board member people yell People were vociferous And is that now a federal offense That's not a federal offense It's still constitutionally protected free speech You would think
A Message to Attorney General Merrick Garland
"And the message for Merrick Garland the putative attorney general of the United States We the American people we parents and taxpayers We're not going to be intimidated by you We're not going anywhere We will continue to attend school board meetings hopefully by the millions We will make demands of our elected officials who use our tax dollars and have our children in their classrooms We are not servants of the national education association the American federation of teachers We are not servants Of school board administrators and superintendents We're not servants of the Democrat party in the radical American marxists who push their crap Their critical race theory Their gender ism And their attacks on the founding of this nation are economic system to brainwash our children We wrongly surrendered our colleges and universities and we need to claw them back too But we will be damned Damn If we're gonna pay for the demise of our own family our own faith in our own country We're paying for suppose a professionals to teach our children mathematics Literature English perhaps another language Science technology We're not paying confiscatory salaries pensions and medical benefits And providing tenure damn near a lifetime jobs to individuals who seek to bring their politics the politics of this administration into the classroom We will not tolerate this
Here's How Feds Are Going to Do a 'Threat Assessment' of School Board Meetings
"What's being done here ladies and gentlemen is beyond imagination This is clearly Marxism This is clearly federal law enforcement doing the dirty work of the Democrat party and the teachers unions the superintendents in the educational bureaucrats not to mention the school boards They have absolutely no federal authority to do any of this Even as they try and hatch some kind of argument They're going to monitor social media I'm telling you what they're going to do They're going to look at flyers at her handed out That's essentially what this letter provides The hell else do you do a threat assessment They're going to have a hotline so any teacher union member or teacher union boss or school board member or whomever can call and say I feel threatened That's all I have to say I feel threatened Then the full force of the feds will drop on your heads We're losing this country And we're losing our local school systems They're out in the open now You have candidates like Terry mcauliffe literally running for governors saying you parents out there and you taxpayers out that you have no say in your school system That should infuriate every parent and every taxpayer in the state of Virginia and every other part of this country Whether you're black or brown or yellow or white or red whatever you are that should infuriate you that you have no say in how your child is to be educated in a system that you pay for with your own property taxes
Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children
"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite
After Hurricane Ida, Services Slowly Return to Louisiana as NY Mourns Those Lost
"Louisiana swelter is as crews scramble to get the power back on in dozens of deaths are mourned along the east coast in the wake of hurricane ida some powers back in parts of New Orleans and Louisiana while others have to wait we're out of all of them are really good that I'm not fooled don't sprout and everything in my power to president Biden is to visit the city Friday in queens assistant building superintendent Jason Jordan and others tried to rescue a woman trapped behind a door held shut by the rising waters screaming help me help me help me we all came to her aid trying to get a little more it was so strong of water over the thrust of the water was so strong you cannot build a door close to four dozen people died in the flooding and tornadoes caused by the remnants of the storm from Maryland to Connecticut New Jersey governor Phil Murphy too many families are already mourning the tragic loss of a loved one I'm Tim McGuire
The Real Reason Your Kids Are Being Forced to Wear Masks
"Good morning charlie. My kids attend school in san antonio in northside. Isd and they are deliberately disobeying. The supreme court ruling of abiding by governor abbots executive order banning mask mandates. My highschool daughter stood her ground and refuse to wear a mask. Today she has had eight asthma attacks this week. The principal told her that. I will need her to wear her mask or leave campus. I asked how nasd things. They have the legal authority to enforce masks and he said he didn't have an answer for that. Of course not. He repeated himself about masking or leaving campus and not being able to attend classes so evil. My daughter choose chose to stand her ground. We left my question is what can we do here. In texas of reached out to the governor's office the attorney general the superintendent. And nothing's happening. This has to end. Thank you. I love your show amber. Thank you the reason why your daughter is being forced to wear masks regardless of what the texas legislature has passed and governor grab greg. Abbott has signed into law is because leftists democrats and liberals that run these schools. They are not afraid of the consequence. They're not afraid of the potential penalty. That will come down if they violate the law. That republicans pass we're experiencing this right now. In scottsdale i gave my speech at the scottsdale unified school district. A couple of days ago. Where i told the scottsdale unified school district. They are breaking arizona. Law by mandating masks on children. Despite governor doug ducey is signed into law and they basically shrug it off and i say delta variant we can do whatever we want so amber. Let me connect to things for you. The reason why the head of the san antonio school district thinks can they can do whatever they want is because when they see democrats flee the state of texas to try to block quorum and no one gets arrested. It plays into the narrative that the regime of the media will protect you if you rebel against republicans but if republicans rebel against democrats they will crush
Case of 76 Who Died of COVID-19 in Veterans Home, Lands in Court
"At a Massachusetts veterans home are trying to get criminal charges against them. Dismissed after a deadly covid outbreak last year. Lawyers for Holyoke soldiers Home Superintendent Bennett Walsh and former medical director Dr David Clinton argued the state had managed burden of proof. Prosecutors had argued the decision by Walsh and Clinton to cram residents who tested positive for Covid 19 with residents who didn't was negligent. But they claim they're being scapegoated by the state and Walsh's lawyer says his client early alert to the state led to the deployment of the National Guard and help save lives. 76 veterans died in the home at the beginning of the pandemic last March. The judge didn't issue a ruling. Another court date is set for October. Rob
4 of Florida's 5 Largest School Districts to Require Masks
"Four of the five largest school districts in Florida or defying an executive order by governor Ron DeSantis barring them from imposing strict masc mandates in schools one of those school districts in Hillsborough County which decided to go with the thirty day mask mandate the school superintendent there is Addison Davis no one wants to wear a mask for those who yes bar not too but sometimes we've got to do something that's great for the community's Davis on WFTS TV along with school board chair Lynn gray we're just asking for a thirty day tech to measure this is not the least we can do for children it's not if it saves one life schools in both Hillsborough and Palm Beach counties began a week ago and already thousands of children have been sent home either because they have the virus or have been exposed to it I Shelley handler
Can Gov. Gavin Newsom Keep His Job?
"What i've been thinking about is the california recall. So if you're not from california you can just plug your ears and not just for a little bit but california listeners. I wanna make sure that you are all ready to vote. No on the recall. That's happening on september fourteenth. You can look out for your melon ballads. Everyone should be getting those already again because of covert everyone is able to vote by mail. So you should be getting your balance right away. Course you can decide to go. Vote in person. But why would you do that. Just vote by mail. And i really really want to stress. How important this is because if we don't vote on this recall vote no on the recall. Really this is a republican undemocratic steel of the voice of the people. I don't know if you knew this shayla. But i found out that governor newsom of california he got the greatest share of votes in california history just shy of seventy percent so if we get him recalled your silencing the majority of california voters in one of the most popular elected governors of all history. And he's doing a good job in the la times just reported that in california. Were doing so much. Better than the republican led texas and republican led florida when it comes to delta. of course. we're not out of the woods. Everybody should definitely still be masking and taking care of themselves but we are doing so much better because our governor has been taking decisive actions to make sure that we are masked. Meanwhile over there in florida penalizing superintendents that want to have mask mandates right so we are in so much better shape but we gotta make sure that we keep the governor in
"superintendent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Superintendent Tyler says That's $900 million that would be better spent. Shoppers tell us otherwise. I think it's great. It's great to keep money in people's pockets. Government already has a budget. If they get the money, they'll just find a way to spend it. Governor Baker filed to build this week proposing the two month sales tax holiday after tax revenues came in way ahead of projections. Now Beacon Hill lawmakers will take up the legislation. All right. Let's go back to Beacon Hill under scrutiny their license plate readers used by police. Here's Jim McCain How Spill H. 3564 was recently introduced on Beacon Hill filed by state. Rep. Sarah Peake from Provincetown, and here's what it does with license plate. Reader data limits the amount of time that police can keep these records to 14 days. Kade Crockford with the Massachusetts A C L U at yesterday's hearing. The second thing that the bill does is it requires police to get a warrant. To access license plate reader data that's held by other entities. Right now, there are concerns with civil liberties over police and the government having a wide database of information at the ready with essentially anyone's recent driving information. This bill would allow for police to access critical data. If there are serious investigations at the same time limit just how much they can store and collect. Jim McKay, WBC, Boston's NewsRadio All right, let's say hello again to Bloomberg's Andrew. Oh, day on a Friday And what are you looking at today, Andrew? Well, here's I'm looking at. Even with many stores still closed. Nike managed to post spectacular sales and profit for last quarter revenue nearly doubled in the spring versus last year, A sales climbed to a record here in North America. Sales also launched higher in China. Nike forecasting revenue The top $50 billion this year, has organized sports get back to playing full time and as more people by its non sneaker offering, shares of Nike are up as much as 15. Percent today, accounting for more than half of the game We are seeing on the Dow Nike, creating coattails for companies talk to benefit from its strong fortunes, stock and dicks sporting goods, for example, rising to an all time high Today, most stocks are rising with the S and P 500 in record territory, although after back to back records for the NASDAQ, that index is not joining the party. At least at the moment. NASDAQ is down 12 the Dow, though gaining 241. S and P 500 right now Up. 11. Andrew Road. Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio Coming up next to 12 45, a special report from ABC News on the deadly building collapse in Florida sports Right after.
"superintendent" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Superintendents, assistant superintendent car allowances There's there's bonuses being doled out at just breakneck pace is At thes district levels. Of which there are 120 plus statewide. The money is there To pay teachers more. They have chosen to allocate that. In the improper ways period. They need to turn the whole pyramid upside down. Whatever's left, goes to the superintendent. And then how about that? Invest in education. It's for the superintendents. Nope. I know. But, Mike, we need superintendents. We need some consolidation is what we need. We need to talk like big boys and girls. We need to talk like grownups and realizing that funding an education or Arizona is there have our state legislators totally missed the ball? Absolutely. Have they miss allocated funds? Absolutely. Has Governor Ducey. Miss allocated funds for this cove in 19 returned to school, maybe potentially program He's got going on. Absolutely. But don't tell me that you need to keep dipping in the tax well over and over and over again. Without realizing that the money's there don't give me this. You cut staff garbage. If you cut staff you and you're still moat moving along. You didn't need him in the first place. You are dealing with our money. You're dealing with our tax dollars. You were supposed to be good stewards with that with the most important job in our state. You want. Talk about front line you want to talk about you want to talk about the heroes, teachers? And you treat him like nothing. You treat superintendents like deities. Do superintendents like like they're doing Mohr than the teachers they're doing. They're not I'm sorry. Principles. I'm sorry, Superintendent. I know principles. I'm sorry. I know I'm not making friends Probably losing some here. But when I see this garbage is going on R R R ballot again. It's got, you know, go through the validation of signatures and all that. I got it, but it will be there. I'm just assuming is going to be there. So we're gonna have to go through this argument again on air. We're gonna have to debate people on air of the same nonsense. That it's there. I've seen the numbers. I've gone with my own kids school district just that school district alone. The waist is silly. It's the money's there. Don't you dare tell me this is the pay teachers more He's saying that this money this extra 3.5% income tax. Ridiculous. This is California asked. This is blue State nonsense. It'll go to classroom support staff salaries. Teacher mentoring and retention programs, Career and technical education programs in the airs on Teacher's Academy. Where is it going to go to teacher pay? Where is he going to go to raises? Have you told me that it was going to go 100% to raise is guaranteed to each and every teacher in this state, I might even I might pay attention to it. It's not It's going to be the same way allocated the same way every other school initiative has been allocated and that is at the discretion of the superintendent, superintendent staff. And now look how much they're paid. Look how much bonuses they're dishing out, Mesa. 400 k and bonuses. Car allowances and the like. This is silly. You've gone too many times in the well. And then you straighten up your own house. You do profit the right way. Not profit. The right way. You do the money allocation the right way. Okay, and it still doesn't work. These buildings. There was this, an elementary school district building built in in one of my neighboring district. I could think of several small to medium sized businesses that would give an arm to have a building like that. We build buildings all day, big old district buildings. Have big old salaries with car allowances and bonuses and whatnot. You're going to keep crying every single election year. We need more money for our teachers. Ridiculous. It doesn't make any sense. Here goes Get ready. The invest in Ed. The veepstakes, though. To tell you about the veepstakes. That's right. The vice presidential candidate, the.
"superintendent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Class superintendent of public instruction Kathy Hoffman says it's an effective tool to help slow the spread of covert nineteen especially in places like schools where social distancing is very challenging if not impossible and some schools are some classrooms wearing a face mask when physical distancing is difficult is one of the recommendations and the road map for re opening guidance her office released two weeks ago Hoffman adds it's just one of the tools to make schools as safe as possible I know a lot of our schools are looking at offering more online options in the upcoming academic year so I expect to see more of that as well Griselda city no KTAR news two sons mayor Regina Romero says local leaders know what's best for their own communities and governor Doug Ducey needs to untie their hands allow them to take their own public health measures to slow the spread of covert nineteen the most important thing we can do for our economy to recover is to slow the spread and we build consumer confidence that will not happen if coping nineteen goes unmitigated even as cases spike in Arizona some people have still been crowding into bars with fuel masks and very little social distancing democratic congressman Ruben Gallego believes it's time for governor Ducey to crack down I think the government needs to come and show leadership and mandate social distancing at least mask more importantly those young men and women may want to get chances but there's somebody had to go to work that day I had no choice okay go says he'd like to see the governor mandate masks for those indoors who can't socially distance Ruben Gallego will join KTA ours Mike Broomhead later this morning Deborah Dale KTAR news reaction out of the supreme court's ruling that businesses cannot fire someone because of their sexual orientation a couple years ago we saw things like marriage be approved by the Supreme Court now L. G. B. T. Q. legislative caucus members as a shop as one sees equal protections apply to Arizona laws and we hope that this next session especially at the Democratic Party is inching to a majority in the house that we can finally put these political games aside the conservative center for Arizona policy fears the ruling will hurt faith based employers Katie a our eyes on the economy chances are your new neighbor is a millennial a new survey ranks Arizona sixty in the country when it comes to the top states that age group is moving to a lot of people between the ages of twenty five and thirty nine have moved to Arizona there was a net migration about twelve thousand four hundred sixty four millennials into the Grand Canyon state that's based on statistics from twenty eighteen smart assets mark locastro says four Arizona cities ranked among the top twenty five in the country Phoenix was eight thirty net migration of about twenty eight hundred mesa was fourteenth the twenty second highest Chandler twenty third highest Stockdale the study doesn't say why millennials are moving to Arizona Bob Maclay KTAR news Texas is the number one state in the lists the number one state millennials are leaving it is New York followed by California KTAR news time eight oh seven Peter Dan is another check in euros life in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center finally some good news on the eastbound ten downtown right yeah I think we can now officially put the old pork in there at least in the crash department that big rig eastbound ten just east of the tunnel has been cleared as was the wreck back at nineteenth Avenue and the broken down truck as well northbound seventeen at seventh street that has been cleared that's been with us almost all morning long as well so where does that leave us just some light delays eastbound I. ten fifty First Avenue towards the total you're only gonna have to add an extra three to four minutes at this point at most and southbound seventeen you definitely have to have a couple of extra minutes from nineteen th Avenue in the Central Avenue got the construction restriction and that is slowing you down Scottsdale road closed north and southbound Joe Max dynamite all morning long that's due to a serious crash try Pima road this morning instead the traffic report brought to you by both in homes two seconds since the mail log but when it comes to water safety it is keep your kids safe this summer for a chance to win swim lessons from the YMCA tech swim to six twenty six twenty deterred antiheroes mostly sunny and breezy with a high of one oh six today one of three tomorrow overnight lows in the mid seventies right now is eighty four degrees in Buckeye whether brought you by Howard.
"superintendent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From moody alone now the superintendent will speak more to what the specific deployments were and what we were seeing yesterday but be clear we his department was responding to these calls as best they could with a significant amount of additional resources on the south and the west side the challenge once it was everywhere everyone so we are pleased to partner three times the size it would've been difficult to keep up with the calls for service yesterday now I know that's cold comfort and I want to be clear that we can stand by and let the south and west sides burn as unfortunately some people are propagated that's just simply not true this is an all hands on deck mmhm and not just for one force but for all of city government but also for all of you as we've been saying over the last couple days we need all people of goodwill from the faith community from community leaders to stand up in rice with us and not allow the criminal element to overwhelm the hard work and sacrifice of so many all over the city we can't allow that to happen and we will not allow that to happen we will come together as a community linked arm in our face join together to make sure that we speak with one voice that in Chicago we will stand strong and United together I want to talk a little bit about the specifics that what residents can expect today there will be street closures along commercial cabinet roots and designated hotspots so that we can allow for businesses to be boarded up debris to be cleaned and we will do that in conjunction with the war superintendents in order in respect to our public transit R. C. Y..
"superintendent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Get the superintendent on to get him on the record about what their plans are what the intentions are what they're hoping to achieve you heard that he was you know upbeat about the fact that they had up to forty plus thousand students connecting in one way or the other this sometime earlier this week of course there are a hundred and eighty nine thousand students in the system and my understanding is that many of those connections were you know maybe for one class at a time forty five minutes or so I you've got kids who are looking to get a full school day and right now and my understanding is you're not getting it and the superintendent acknowledges that he says we're not where we need to be and that we need to get where we need to be and I want you to expand on that discussion a bit more here as we now have the superintendent taking full responsibility on the record saying what he's doing and what he hopes to do well how does that square with your experience right now as a parent of children in that school system let's start with can in Fairfax go ahead can your first up on WMAL yes hi he there's an aspect to this I didn't hear address the think is very important because in addition to some of the you know sort of Danticat's specs with advocates for the roles filled by our schools engine preparing our young people to have the proper attitudes and behaviors the good citizens of our society to understand the need to respect for others the socialization aspect the school they're not going to be you know presented its appearance with these distance learning I mean if the messages to get our students understand the need to respect other students of different beliefs yeah you know transgender students of respect different choices that people make to understand our pain and the need to protect it and save it yeah I thought that the school provides the student it's an important warning I'll be honest with you right now I think the priority needs to especially for this extraordinary circumstance the priority should definitely be the basics I think if they can get the basics done that would be a miracle given the challenges they've had and then maybe they can expand on that but I gotta be honest it can thank you for the call as a parent who has had children in public schools in parochial schools and the and the I a home schooled my children I've done all of the above and to me frankly teaching my children respect for others teaching my children respect for other faiths teaching my children our compassion for other individuals and what often gets put under this umbrella of socialization it was never better than when hi and my children's mother were responsible for that instruction so that all of those things could be taught through the lens of our world view and our morals and all our ethics and I should hope that parents will take advantage of this opportunity to have their children with them so much at home that they will take that up because I'm openly I think that that is the primary responsibility of parents and if parents do that then we won't need the public schools to do it because sadly when public schools do they do it through there the lens of their world view and that doesn't always match many many parents world view and these are our children after all but I thank you for the observation very much so how about Matt's in southern Maryland we're talking about Travis county schools but let's face it everyone in the area is dealing with frustrations and roadblocks and speed bumps with their school district it's just been really heightened in Fairfax go ahead Matt you're on WMAL Hey well thanks for taking my call yeah I think you guys got the lead there for a second here's the here's the thing so it I heard you say that you have to look at kids may be being held back because of what their parents have decided to do I find that completely out of line no child this year should be held back because of the decisions that govern the governor has made whether it's Virginia Maryland it could be called into the matter well here's the thing they're going to find out that the numbers whether they're right or wrong they didn't warrant what's going on I know a lot of people are free to say this I've done the numbers I would argue it's only about.
"superintendent" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Superintendent beauty the entire board as well and it entirely was the family for stepping up during this is going to drop out of the news conference here that since mayor Eric Garcetti and he also brought in Dr Barbara Ferrer who's a director the only county department of public health a lot of talk about the masks relative last night spent twenty four hours of a massive debate there's a story tonight that the CDC and even the trump administration may go away of the masks to asking people to cover up in public so your respiratory droplets stated yourself is the Porsche yeah that's right so they're all be trapped in your mask there that's right so you want to talk about traveling yeah this is just I think this is really something important to store in your brain because you're going to I I read today that the house the Democrats want to do an investigation they do they want the nine eleven commission to look into the U. S. response to coronavirus they want to see how this all got out of hand and how we responded and what we ought to do better next time not that anybody ever listens to these commissions because there's a whole lot of stuff the nine eleven commission recommended that to this day has not been followed up on but that's what they do in Washington they have a whole day committee hearings and they create commissions and they create a lot of paper this this is interesting because it seems to me that there was almost no way for the U. S. to avoid this coronavirus I really don't think it's possible that this virus may have inspected the country and in fact the world long before anybody outside of Wuhan was aware of it ABC news said the virus spread and penetrated so broadly so deeply so quickly into the United States B. because of jet travel that's what did the people traveling travel data passengers arriving in the United States from China in December January and February shows us stunning seven hundred fifty nine thousand four hundred ninety three people entered the U. S. December January and February when the virus was on the periphery of our of our consciousness if that if it was there at all said Dr very act Kumar an internal medicine resident at the Mayo Clinic this is an astonishing number in a short period of time illustrating how globalized our world has become people can hop continents with an amazing ease and the infections they carry and to in fact governor Andrew Cuomo New York said I have no doubt the virus was here much earlier than any of us know we have the virus more than any other state because of travelers from other parts of the world come here the Chinese travellers included two hundred twenty eight thousand Americans returning home hundreds of thousands of Chinese nationals arriving for business academic work tourism or to visit family and it we're just not prepared we don't really understand how how on a minute by minute basis how interconnected the world is the majority of travelers likely went to population centers like New York Seattle or Washington and any of the hundreds of thousands could have eventually gone anywhere in the US researchers from John Hopkins Johns Hopkins said that the operator could have started as far back as November there may have been hundreds of cases in Wuhan by early December on January fourteenth the team of researchers from the university of Toronto said the outbreak could quickly jump from Wuhan to other major cities because of international travel trunk restricted travel effective February second which likely saved lives but by the time he acted much of the damage already been at least some eighteen thousand Americans still returned home from China in February and March after the restrictions were in place and nobody knows of anybody was screened the U. S. banned travel to China twelve days after the world heard there was an outbreak the problem was it was already too late even though there had only been twelve cases in the US twelve confirmed cases when trump announced a travel ban the reality was there were many more unconfirmed cases there were three hundred forty three thousand people that arrived from Italy in December January and February four hundred eighteen thousand from Spain I'm not nearly two million from Great Britain that's three point four million coming from just four countries half of them Americans returning from home and traveling from Italy and Spain wasn't shut down from March thirteenth so I don't know hi hi how you stop something like this out he can't he can't say nobody really knows because China lied so much as to when this actually began and you know they they do eventually they'll lock down but really I have read that millions had left the Wuhan region before that lockdown took full effect anyway so this was just probably destined to happen but I'm just wondering now listen to this is like well it looks like in LA and California they want to go the next step which is the face coverings are trying to figure out what else they can do to flatten the curve and that's gonna be an interesting one I I think somebody sent me a story that in a Texas town it's required that you could be ticketed she could face cover not wearing a mask yeah well that's so you got to go the Chinese way maybe and Gesta well de apartment doors shot weld peoples front door shut as well now to keep a man yeah Johnny can't Deborah mark as news.
"superintendent" Discussed on KOMO
"That district superintendent says with more students teachers being asked to quarantine it's getting tougher to staff their school buildings in Seattle schools superintendent Denise Juneau says they don't have any cases yet their meeting constantly with our public health partners to make sure that we are communicating correct information out to families she says they're preparing package that would be sent home with students in the event of a long closure no classes today at clover park technical college because of a student with symptoms they've been quarantined Carling Johnson como news up next Washington up next as the presidential primary season enters a much tighter phase I'm Corwin hate with a preview night for and as we do every ten minutes on the floors we check your traffic with Kierra Jordan morning good morning time so we're facing some problems right now on the east side we have a new crash southbound four or five at a hundred and sixtieth and unfortunately this is blocking three right lanes and this is all happening in the back up from a crash it's still on the shoulder as you're approaching eighty fifth so we are still completely solid from state route five to seven the only from Lynnwood to Bellevue it's going to take you at least an hour right now and because of all of this with about five to two is slow for about two miles as you're trying to reach four oh five we've also been working with a crash in Kent south at one six seven three that's blocking the right lane that as he backed up to at least eighty fourth and rented the Auburn that's about a twenty minute commute north bound for five slow from Talbot off and on to cold creek northbound I. five is heavy from the north end of Boeing field to Seneca south and I five crowding around forty fourth in Lynnwood and we're also seeing brake lights in Seattle from about forty fifth most of the way to the west Seattle bridge our next couple traffic.
"superintendent" Discussed on KOMO
"The north shore superintendent closed after staff member came down with flu like symptoms and we closed again on Tuesday some take things a step further and close all schools in the district council staff can be trained on ways to teach students outside of the classroom if that becomes necessary in the coming days for staff will also come up with a plan does disinfect or deep clean every school not just the campuses in the district where issues have been raised county health officials said right now schools have every right to close for cleaning but school closures are not necessary they say practicing good hygiene is vital right now we don't have an outbreak linked yet and when that occurs of course things will pan out our message will pay that we will deploy more attention to that school and those parents Patty Hayes the director of Seattle and king county public health she said the department is in the process of setting up a call center that will help answer questions from superintendents from teachers healthcare workers about what to do what action should be taken he says the health department has been flooded with calls from various school districts and right now they're trying to get back to those superintendents state of Washington has become the epicenter of the call visit nineteen corona virus outbreak in the U. S. A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung reports from Kirkland what we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg a state of emergency issued in Washington state this nursing home in Kirkland the source of six of the confirmed cases health officials say at least fifty more patients are being evaluated researchers in Washington telling ABC news their analysis of samples of the virus strongly suggest it's been spreading in the state for the past six weeks in New York City a woman in her thirties is self quarantine in her Manhattan apartment contracting the virus after traveling to Iran new York's mayor tweeting we have thought it was a matter of when not if there would be a positive case of coronavirus in New York in Rhode Island high school is shut down for the week two people testing positive for the virus there after returning from a school trip to Italy the major task is for us is to continue the extensive contact tracing work several American universities abruptly ending their study abroad programs in countries where the virus is quickly spreading a student at Saint Mary's college is studying in Italy and being urged to return home we were asked to leave as soon as possible before anything upwards to Costco in Washington state lines of shoppers were seen stocking up on necessities like white toilet paper and water public health officials reassuring Americans that eighty percent of cases of coronavirus or mild and citing the low number of cases they're calling for calm ramping up testing it you know we now have seventy five thousand tests available out there in the United States in over the next week that will expand and radically the elderly and anyone with a weakened immune system it's a high risk for the virus but health care workers and first responders are finding themselves in vulnerable situations a quarter of the one hundred firefighters here in the city of Kirkland are now under quarantine after being exposed to the virus at that nursing home facility not far from here none of them are showing symptoms they're being closely monitored at twenty fifty past the hour on komo news your call will propel insurance money up today with investors optimistic that central banks will take the necessary steps.
"superintendent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Its list of candidates vying to become the city's next police superintendent the Chicago Tribune reports the board's current roster of candidates includes former Los Angeles police official Sean Mallon owski suburban Aurora police chief Kristen's even Chicago deputy chief Ernest Kato and former Dallas police chief David Brown the job was vacated in early December when mayor Lightfoot fired former police superintendent any Johnson a month before he was set to retire the police board will eventually present three finalists to mere light foot for her consideration today Chicago health officials will seek to reassure the city's Chinese community that the risks from the corona virus are still very low city and county health officials will join the Chinatown chamber of commerce at eleven this morning at the public library twenty one hundred south went worth that but to Chinatown business owners say fears about the virus are already weakening sales there WGN's Pam Jones has that the streets and shops in Chinatown are normally bustling with air your residents and tourists but the area looks like a veritable ghost town during lunch since the spread of corona virus from Wuhan China some seven thousand miles away some restaurants here are reporting a fifty percent decline in traffic in some store managers say they drop in business is worse now than it was during the sars epidemic seventeen years ago Pam Jones WGN news US health officials believe they're still an opportunity to prevent widespread transmission of corona virus even as CDC confirms the fourteenth case in the United States Dr Nancy about Sony a director of the national center for immunization and respiratory diseases warns American should still be prepared for potential spread in communities here in the states all of the measures we have taken to date artist hello the introduction and impact of this disease in the United States but at some point we are likely to see media spread in the US or other countries and this will trigger a change in our response strategy a lawsuit is providing new details about a deadly shooting at a warehouse in Aurora last year former employee opened fire at the Henry Pratt factory on February fifteenth killing for employees and an intern on his first day at the company six lawsuits have been filed since the shooting in one of those lawsuits a witness says the gunman Gary Martin walks through his office during the shooting rampage but there was able he was able to avoid detection by sliding behind his desk the suits accuse Illinois state police of negligence for issuing a fire arm license to the shooter residents in an apartment building in robins are once again dealing with a landlord who has fallen behind on water bill payments for the building Katrina Harris says it happened first back in November now second time sheets on a red termination tack on her door that reads urgent water shut off notice she pays about thirteen hundred dollars a month in rent it's like we can you ran and you're not going which is supposed to do with it so it's white what are we supposed to do now Robbins villa fit village official tells WGN the landlord Marvin wells only made one payment after being put on a plan payment plan that officials hills WGN to hold off on cutting off the service a but that eventually the bill will have to be paid now with WGN sports here's Dave Allen and good morning the Blackhawks started their road trip off with the loss and it hasn't gotten any better and three on the trip now after losing in Vancouver three nothing or Xfinity X. five Blackhawks support Jacob marks from forty nine saves for the Canucks of the night they paid tribute to the said dean brothers the long time Vancouver twin stars have their numbers lifted to the rafters NBA all star weekend has arrived in Chicago more on that coming up white Sox pitchers catchers reported to Glendale among those pictures Michael Cole pack working his way back after missing all of last season following Tommy John surgery so great it's kind of a work in process.
"superintendent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The superintendent says the school committee could vote on this as soon as its next meeting that's scheduled for January thirtieth that was Daniel Kennedy with NBC ten news Providence mayor Jorge Elorza has signed a capital improvement plan the two hundred twenty two million dollar plan goes up to fiscal year twenty twenty four according to a statement the plan covers a comprehensive list of projects including investing in roads sidewalks parks recreation centers and publicly owned facilities with a focus on the long term resiliency of the city a target police have identified to assault and robbery suspects authorities said the pair assaulted and robbed someone outside a pub on benefit street on Wednesday night the suspects Tiffany Benham from a target and Johnny Hines from Providence are both set to be arraigned in Providence District Court this morning now it's your chance to win a thousand Bucks your shot at one thousand dollars now tags to the nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text lying in this nationwide contest two hundred two hundred highlands news traffic and weather station newsradio nine twenty eight and one oh four seven FM WHAG a Providence and I heart radio station six o'clock now in time to get a check on our traffic with John hamlet it's red work it's hopefully gonna be wrapping up shortly ninety five south between Smithfield Avenue and the branch Avenue in the city traffic is getting through without delay they're working in right side of the road north outside of ninety five looking great up from Jefferson Boulevard in Rick ten no problems in the Newport or Jamestown Verrazzano bridge is with your southern New England traffic the forecast is powered by Dunkin enjoyed two dollar medium lactase cappuccinos and americanos from two until six PM now here storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie Pyle their works in for today through the weekend after chilly start temperatures will head into the upper forties today with partly sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday high temperatures reach the low sixties but clouds prevail and rain can be expected for Sunday morning I'm storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM now it's time to get a.
"superintendent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Former Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson released a statement today in the page and a half statement he says he's disappointed he couldn't finish his career on January first as originally planned but says he respects the mayor's decision he goes on to say he did not intentionally mislead or deceive the mayor or the people of Chicago we're also hearing from interim Chicago police superintendent Charlie back today he covered the three things that are important to him when policing once public trust one is please accountability as one and the third is please effectiveness and we all all these things have to be our bill whether they they have to be our guide because they have to be what drives a Ford whether you're the superintendent or whether you're the newest beat cop on C. P. D. he spoke while the department announced the arrest of fifty three people as part of their investigation known as operation Facebook that's an undercover sting that exposed the dark web of illegal sales of guns and drugs Connell I Harris is ending her bid for the democratic presidential nomination she told supporters in an email today that she simply doesn't have the financial resources to continue the report is out house Democrats outlining what they say is clear evidence the president obstructed justice undermine US security and violated his oath of office in his dealings with Ukraine the Democrats report says there's overwhelming evidence president trump withheld approved military aid to get Ukraine to help his own reelection campaign and when it was discovered the report says the president obstructed evidence to cover it up the intelligence committee's majority report saying president trump's actions damage national security Republicans issuing their reports saying nothing the president did was done specifically to help his campaign that's ABC's Andy field stocks fell sharply today after president trump cast doubt over the potential for a trade deal with China this year he also threatened to impose tariffs on French goods the president says he has no deadline for a deal with China and go it could wait until after the twenty twenty election if you need to get a real ID the secretary of state's office will expand our it's an open extra days to accommodate the crowds beginning December thirtieth spokesperson Dave Drucker says make sure you really need to get one if you have a passport or military ID that isn't real ID document that that serves the purpose of getting on an airplane run a military base after October of twenty twenty to see the schedule and what you need to get the real ID go to cyber drive Illinois dot com and now with WGN neighborhood news here's James Sears you may notice a pop of color as he walked on love us this week the Chicago loop alliances transforms a vacant storefronts between lake in Monroe with brightly colored murals their installation celebrates the one hundredth anniversary of the bow host school a German school of design if you haven't seen them yet they're up to Thursday I'm Jim Sears with neighborhood news sponsored by Winchester cargoes community banks WGN sports here's Kevin power bank you can print some of the Meryl listed on the bears injury report for the second straight day because of a hamstring putting his availability in jeopardy for Thursday night's matchup of the cowboys that came as large playoff implications the six and six cowboys clinging on to the NFC east lead with the bears got some help last night with the Vikings losing to the Seahawks around the NFL former bears player and defense according to Ron Rivera fired as head coach of the Carolina Panthers after eight seasons with the team of error was hired in twenty eleven is the teams winning is coach but since losing to the Broncos in Super Bowl fifty four seasons ago the.
"superintendent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And Hampton Roads community the Fort Monroe authority in the United States armed forces who are supporting this event I'd like all representatives of the National Park Service you're here to please him briefly superintendent Jerry Brown to remain standing this is a whole more dates for the National Park Service this is what our mission is about and you as the superintendent in the fourth row national monument have brought us to this day and I commend you for your efforts and leadership to bring us to where we are today I salute you superintend the National Park Service he represents the best of the National Park Service and governor I'd like to say the National Park Service accept your challenge to tell the stories that we as we move towards the two hundred fiftieth anniversary of our decorations in twenty six twenty twenty six and then we tell the stories as you say we need to with truth and the knowledge of our past thank you all very much with.
"superintendent" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The superintendent of Atlanta public schools says today she has a lot more work to do I came here because of Atlanta Dr rear car start and says she believes she was recruited to help Atlanta public schools pick up the pieces after the cheating scandal and get the district on track but she says a PS is in the middle of a five year turnaround plan and she wants to see it through I have not changed my message in five years I believe in Atlanta I love this city and I believe that we can get the job done under her leadership graduation rates have jumped twenty points to eighty percent and principles turnover dropped from thirty to five percent Veronica waters WSB Cobb county in Smyrna already set to get together to pay for independent air testing of neighborhoods around that controversial Sterry Jenn explained now word today that the city of Atlanta would like this get in on that testing as well tonight concerned residents expect the pack into a community meeting of the Cobb Civic Center it's huge it really is our communities deserve to have real answers murder resident Jenna row heads a group against that plant that meeting by the way gets going tonight at seven o'clock Georgia Bulldogs installed as the number three team in the nation going into the season now by the Associated Press its rankings out today following the coaches poll earlier this month the dogs they are also a number three meanwhile Georgie gets ready to kick off at Vandy in just under two weeks it's a house receiving corps shaping up you GA lost its top four receivers so the new leader is Tyler Simmons with nine catches you're going to see a completely different offices here there's opportunities to impress and some already have like five star freshman George tickets for my you lot AJ greenhouses deal set it to the ball and safety Richard lookout fellow five star Dolly Blaylock is also in the mix along with underclassmen care is Jackson a mat landers but Simmons grad transfer Lawrence cager a Dimitrius Roberts Adlai the depth chart now kick off at Vandy is August thirty first of all the dogs J. black ninety five point five W. US but a one more college football note here remember Joe Justin feels who had no place to make an impact with the dogs he transferred to Ohio state today the team names in their starting quarterback WSB news time is three oh three this news brought to you by Ragsdale heating air and plumbing have you registered for.
"superintendent" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The superintendent's office that investigation began after a former student reached out to the district on April first alleging that Blache assaulted her when she was a student in the nineteen eighty s superintendent, Dr Mark Hansen releasing the statement reading in part, quote, our internal investigation and review of old emails have resulted in preliminary findings that are crystal clear, and that has Mr. giddy Blache key over the course of several years repeatedly sexually abused a minor student have much more on that story. I'm Mina WTMJ dot com on Capitol Hill. Bill bar is addressing the house committee talking about the Muller report. More details for maybe seeing attorney general William bar in a hearing on Capitol Hill says he suspects there were members of special counsel Robert Muller's team who wanted more information released than what bar wrote in his four page letter to congress based on the four. Hundred page Muller reports, he also said a redacted version of the full report will be released in the next week. And as for whether the public will learn specifically about actions investigated as possible obstruction of Justice as things stand. Now, I don't think that they will be redacted. So they will be identifiable as bar defended his work Republican Congressman Tom graves of Georgia tried to give the attorney general break, they were just stating the bottom line conclusions. And there's nothing to. Suggest to me that those those won't losers obstruction over it's done. So the letter the letter speech itself, I thought it did to Democrats are calling bars handling of the Muller reports unacceptable during this hearing on Capitol Hill today, I'm Scott Goldberg. ABC news new details on a deadly roadside bombing in Afghanistan that killed three. Yes. Marines, more from ABC's James Longman overseas. Use service members were killed when a suicide bomber detonated a vehicle packed with explosives. They hit that convoy on a road near by gram airbase, which is nichole three more service personnel were injured and have been evacuated for treatment, the television claiming responsibility secretary state, Mike Pompeo condemning the attack today back here at home with snow in the forecast. There's no better time to talk summer fest. Big gang announcing more than one hundred and thirty sides. Stay jackson. Did you get the last one probably last night? Summer fest, entertainment VP, it's going to be a great year. It gets fun stuff this year, you know, from the brandy Carlisle's of the world to walk the moon that he says try to hit all John was with national accent maintain affordable ticket price point based on who's playing some people want to go to Europe during our time. So people that want to work during our time. So we don't want to work during that time as one of.
"superintendent" Discussed on WTVN
"Smollet tonight. Jesse is he's going to walk. He's not going to face any of the the sixteen felony counts that he apparently had teed up against him. And. To show. Just the magnitude of how baffling this is Rahm Emanuel who used to be part of the Obama administration early in the Obama administration. He laughed ran for mayor of Chicago and got elected Rahm Emanuel is. You know? I mean, if you're gonna play political divide he's as left as liberal as democrat as you can get and he's furious. That this has happened. And the superintendent of the police who he's also furious that this has happened and for the record he is an African American as well how this can happen. And we just had Brad cough. He explained it. I still don't really know that I understand or digest it. But again the. It just reminds me the lyrics from the song heaven and hell by black Sabbath. They'll tell you black is really white. The moon is just the sun at night. Nothing is what it seems like everybody just has. No, no, no, no. This is the way it actually is. Let's jump to Dave real quick, David. Thanks for calling six ten WTVN. What are you going to say about this whole small thing? Well, thank you for taking my call. And I didn't hear your comments as lead into your ear show. You were talking to blazer about this. And I think blazer or Josh had mentioned that there may be an Obama influence here and you seem dubious. Yeah. In response to that. And I have to wonder why would be because if you look at the past eight years, plus. Michelle's husband politicized, every aspect of the executive branch of government, David Papillon, hold because I want to get back to this. We gotta hit a break. You can can you sit tight? Oh, yeah. I'll come back to you, David. We'll get back with you. We'll get to Alison wind in the newsroom. I then more your calls six ten WTVN. News,.
"superintendent" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Eibnet dot US. I wanna go back I need to replay the sound bytes for you of the police superintendent Chicago, Eddie Johnson. This man did a fantastic job today. Pushing back against us attempt by jussie smollet to create this illusion that a hate crime had been perpetrated against him by supporters of Donald Trump. And I think it's important to remember that element of this. Because it's it's I don't know if it's been forgotten by a lot of people, but it's being overshadowed by the news now that the two guys that did the attacker Nigerian there. Era, African they they are they're black. And so. You would not think of them as Trump supporters of the whole thing has been tied into a pretty little bow here where it was a hoax, but the real element here that small let. Utilized was an attempt to blame this on the people that voted for Donald Trump won that percentage of the country. And can you imagine this police chief this case starts out? They had one hundred interviews. They looked at fifty five videos. They had to go get a bunch of subpoenas. It took them weeks. The wind their way through this intricately woven web of deceit that this guy spins Jesse small at the police chief admitted that they believed him for the vast majority of this investigation. They believed him they gave him the benefit of the doubt. They used all of these resources to try to substantiate. What he said they found out that he lied about it all he made it all up. So now, it comes time to expose this. And I have often spoken of the. Evaporation the weakening of traditions institutions that provide a backstop. When our society is backsliding. And this man today stood up and actually was an institution. He personified an institution that people do rely on to get things. Right. And to do it fairly and properly without any political corruption involved that any bias involved, but stop and think of what this this man had to deal with this whole police department. You've got a guy who's doing things he's running I a fake crime. But look at who he's trying to blame it on. Stranded blame it on the president of the United States make America great again. Two guys weren't maga-. Hats is make America great again country. You're black whatever. And then they start beating him up. And this police superintendent Commissioner. Was fearless in the way he dealt with this. And I just want to hear the way he did it again, if you missed the first hour of the program, and you haven't yet had a chance to see any of the video of this is name is Eddie Johnson. He's the police superintendent. He started the press conference, and he was mad as he could be. But he was contained is is anger. Here was very contained. You could tell he was personally offended. He was personally insulted by as much of this as he should have been. We have three soundbites here is the first live with anyone especially an African American man. Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations out could someone look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol and see an opportunity to manipulate the symbol to further his own public profile. The make things worse accusations within this phony attack received national attention for weeks celebrities, news commentators, and even presidential candidates weighed in on something that. Was choreographed by an actor, right? He began this press conference by expressing his frustration at all the attention. This fake incident. Got in the first place, he lamented that real crime real crime hurting, real people in Chicago doesn't get anywhere near this kind of attention. He resented the fact that because an actor choreographed something that the media and entertainment people and in presidential candidates all get involved to stake their claim to it without knowing what the heck happened. And he's letting everybody know that he didn't have his department didn't they remained removed from this? They weren't tainted by if they weren't affected by it. They acted exactly as a police department is supposed to by the way, the superintendent is African American, and that's why he's righteously indignant over this. Why he says he doesn't understand? Why anyone especially an African American man would use a noose? To make false accusations. My guess he's he does understand this. But it's it's it's the it's the bang-up thing to say now here, here's what they're angry about they're worried that the hate crime business is gonna take a hit. And we've had a couple of callers today with really raised a great question. You know, why hasn't smell at been charged with a hate crime? Because he didn't try to frame Trump supporters for this. He tried to frame President Trump and his supporters for this. I asked yesterday and the day before why isn't all of this actually when you boil it down a hate crime against Trump. This is defamation. This is liable. It's no different than what's happened to the Covington kids by the Washington Post and the rest of the media, by the way, some great stuff from their lawyer that I wanna share with you later, but here's the second sound bite from the police superintendent Eddie Johnson in Chicago Millette attempted to gain attention by sending a false letter that relied on ratio, homophobic, and political language when that didn't work. It's me pay thirty five hundred dollars to stage this attack draft Chicago's reputation through the mud in the process. And why this stunt was orchestrated by smollet because he was dissatisfied with his salary. So he concocted a story about being attacked to put the national spotlight on cargo for something that is both egregious and untrue is simply shameful. I'm also concerned about what this means moving forward for hate crimes. My concern is that hate crimes were now publicly be met with. Level of skepticism that previously been having this your superintendent, I hate to tell you. But that that that's already happening from Duke lacrosse. Trayvon Martin to Baltimore, Ferguson, Missouri. These hate crimes are already. They're not hate crimes that why the white is there. Why is there a crime with the added adjective hate attached to it? You beat somebody up. You beat somebody up. Is it worse than you beat somebody up because you know, like their race. Well, that's what we say. Now, an American our culture in our criminal Justice system, but it's absurd. And all it is is an added avenue to go after somebody and tack on more charges and more. Visit really just provides the opportunity to continue talking about it and to tar and feather the United States in the process. You heard him say that this was about. Smolen wanting more money dissatisfied with his salary. I'm not sure that's all this was about. It could be a factor. But you know, by you, can you can if you're going to orchestrate being beaten up you're going to create a hawks and a fake attack. You can have yourself beaten up by anybody this guy, chose Trump supporters. And if you read his Twitter feed this guy hates Trump. He's poisoned with Trump hatred. So there is obviously a political aspect of what small at did here. And I think simply saying that he wanted to raise is actually a way of lessening the charge and causing people to feel not quite as mad about this. As maybe they should just young immature kid thirty six years old trying to get more money. It's more than that. Here's the final bite from the superintendent of police in Chicago today Johnson. To be perfectly honest from the very beginning. We had some.
"superintendent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Hoffman the superintendent of public instruction in studio with us right now, as we talk about the challenges that the education species in the studio, and hopefully some of the solutions missile, but I wanted to ask you a bit of a different you talked about the fact that you educator, you spent time in the classroom. What drew you to the profession to begin with? I just loved working with children, I as a speech therapist. I love that. I could teach children to communicate. That was my main overarching job is to teach children to communicate. And I specifically worked with children with disabilities who truly have a lot of challenges to overcome in order to to communicate and the communication skill is so probably need and not just in the classroom, but to communicate with families and friends, and so for me, it was very rewarding to work in partnership with other educators working with their costume, teachers and working with other special education providers to. To ensure that a child is successful not just at school but out in the community. So they can have success in life, and everything can I tell you what I remember from speech therapy as a kid I had I had a pronounced now pronounced lisp when I was a kid, and that's what I learned seven silvery. Swans? Swam silently fee word that was pretty good. Now, say it fast can't can't do it. So I, but I appreciate it is one thing to have a superintendent of public instruction that sees us as a policy issue and sees this as a political issue, but I I'm for one and encouraged anytime that position is filled by someone who's actually spent time in the classroom. It's been face to face with children knows what it's like to walk the halls if you will for lack of better terms inside of a school because I think we lose sight of of the practical nature of what it's like to go to school Monica. You have kids that walk the halls themselves. Right. Yeah. In almost every day. There's some kind of conversation about red for Ed. And supporting teachers in you rattled off a number of issues, some that we know about others that we don't quite realize teacher morale, for example. I would think that everybody loves their teachers, and that wouldn't be an issue, but you also mentioned benefits. So I'm wondering whenever someone takes office or starts a new job. They have their top goals or their top ambitions about what they wanna do. With that position. What are yours as you sit here today? One of my long term goals exactly that in terms of the perception of teachers and as a way to help address the teacher shortage because we do want our young whether they're still in elementary school and high school, we want them to see to have that consideration of I want to be a teacher when I grow up because we desperately need to have educators and order to have successful education. It's just it's the basic fundamentals is that we need to have those teachers who are passionate if you without the passion, and the dedication then it's all his last. We lose that creativity. And so I I do want to make sure that we're talking and balance about both the issues making sure we're still talking about the need for funding the need for competitive pay and all those other issues that are critical for teacher retention, but also highlighting all the amazing achievements of our teachers talking about the programs that are having great success across the state because we truly have some of the most dedicated teachers in the country, and we I. You could make the argument to do it in Arizona. You really have to want to do it. Right. I mean, you could make the argument that they're they're really a committed here. Again, we're talking to superintendent of public instruction Kathy Hoffman in studio with us right now. So miss, and I consider myself in one of the arguments even last year that I was making like a fiscal conservative. If you will. The idea that the solution to all education problems is just more money. I kind of bristle at that a little bit. I can acknowledge when you look at funding levels g where a lot lower than we should be, but is money in and of itself, the solution to all of our problems, and how are you dressing that? Definitely know where you're coming from. And I that's why when I talk about funding I try to make it even more explicit about what the money is four. And so for me. We feel better won't you? Please. Let's go back to the example. I mentioned before the teacher who you're after. You're seeing his salary go down that doesn't make fiscal sense. That's not gonna keep teachers in the classroom. We need just like in any profession to feel that we're advancing in our careers. And that we and then also we can have a salary that is making it affordable for the cost of living in this rounding area. We can find housing. Yes. Housing and all those other pieces the healthcare benefits. So we we do need to look at it holistically. And so I I do tend to try to be more specific rather than just saying we need more money. I try to be specific about why? And what it's for. And let's be really concrete about it rather than just say more money because I agree with you that tends to go in one ear and out the other, and you can understand that the if there's a common refrain for education Zona is we need more money, we need more money. And there are plenty of people out there, some listening right now would say, hey, we keep giving you more money. Is there an end to this is? Zero bottom to this is there, and what do we get for that investment? Right. So for another example, we don't have full day kindergarten across the state, and we know that that affects thoughts of kids and lots of families and early education as critically important. So there's just very specific programs like that that I would consider basic needs for to have a strong educational system. And so let's look at why are what we're getting for that money rather than just talking about the dollar amount time for now we've heard that you're doing an audit of the office. What what what is like how many paperclips they have people stealing the pins? What is the audit? And what is your goal in doing that? The biggest goal for the audit. Is that I truly believe new administration that we need to be held accountable to the taxpayer to the tax payers. And so we are starting this audit process where we have we've already identified and announced he will be on that audit committee. It's people who have school financial expertise, and they're going to help us identify an audit auditing vendor in the process for this audit. But basically the end of the day, it's all about we need to be accountable. We as a department as superintendent, we need to be accountable for making sure that with all the millions of dollars that we are entrusted with that it is being properly allocated and also effectively and efficiently allocated because the the schools and the students are relying on on that allocation every day, and so it is important for us to do the audit and understand what's happening warms, my heart. Yeah. I mean. You I can understand a lot of people have that concern. Thank you so much for your time today. We appreciate it. Thank you so much again for having the superintendent of public instruction, Kathy Hoffman, the newly minted Kathy Hoffman.