17 Burst results for "Tameka Palmer"

"tameka palmer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on WTOP

"Worked. Floyd and others like to months of demonstrations and calls for police reform Attorney Liu Anita Baker represents Bianna Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer. This Palmer feels like this is a step in the right direction for justice for Briana, Of course, in an ideal world, all of the officers will be charged. At this point on all of the officers, including Sergeant Mattingly would be terminated and there are new developments in a 2014 police shooting two of a child in Cleveland 12 year old Tamir Rice was playing near a park and holding what turned out to be a pellet gun. When He was shot to death by police. Now comes word that the Justice Department will not bring federal criminal charges against the two Cleveland police officers involved in the 2014 shooting. They say the video quality of the shooting was poor, and prosecutors could not conclusively establish what had happened. Rice family lawyer calls the Justice Department process tainted and wants prosecutors to provide more information about the probe. Jennifer Keiper CBS news at age 41. Just days before he would have been sworn into office, Louisiana Congressman elect Luke let Lo has died from complications related to covert 19. US pandemic that's now close to 339,000 with the nation in the grip of a vicious coronavirus Urge President elect Biden says the current White House's rollout of the Corona virus vaccine is falling far behind more on the effort. Correspondent Meg Oliver in your citizens lined up across Florida, some waiting overnight, hoping to secure a coveted covert vaccine. You know, this is a life or death vaccine. But there are not enough vaccines for everyone in line in Lee County, which was at capacity by Sir 7 a.m.. The Conway's were lucky. Just need a date and when we come back, we haven't got that yet. So they have not quite organized with the next shot back and commercial flight after being grounded two years ago following two deadly crashes, oversees the Boeing 7 37 Max. Flight. American Airlines from Miami to New York about 100 passengers, including airline family members and media. CBS is Peter Greenberg, among them. For the next few weeks, American will operate to Boeing 7 37 Max flights a day between Miami and New York. By the end of January, American will wrap that up to 91 Max flights a day in their system United in Southwest the largest operator of the Boeing 7, 37. Max, will reintroduce the airplane into their schedules. Starting in February. Jonathan Pollard serving 30 30 years in prison for spying for Israel has now arrived there. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s..

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"For some period of time. There won't be until later today until there's more Police in Waukegan, Illinois, are releasing body camera and dashboard camera footage of a shooting last week that let the black man dead in a black woman. Injured 19 year old Marcellus Danette was killed. Stinnett family attorney Antonio Roman uchi discusses the body camera being turned off body worn cameras that were available. For this very purpose for what we desire and seek. Accountability, Transparency, the truth, We're not turned on until after the shooting occurred, a new report finds pending home sales dropped by 2.2% for September. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Briana Taylor's mother is calling for an independent prosecutor. Attorneys for Taylor's family said yesterday that Tameka Palmer has sent a request to the Kentucky Prosecutor Advisory Council, asking the body to appoint a new independent prosecutor to present an unbiased case to a new grand jury. The request comes weeks after Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced none of the Louisville police officers involved in the deadly March drug raid on Taylor's home would be directly charged for her death. There's another controversial election underway and the U. S is right in the middle of it. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer has the story. At issue is the selection of a new leader of the World Trade Organization. Normally, the WTO's secretary general is chosen by consensus among members rather than a majority. Vote. The problem the front runner for the post and Go see a condo Iweala from Nigeria. Is being blocked by the United States, which alleges she is pro Chinese procedural rules do allow for a majority vote, but it would be unprecedented. The final decision is expected on November 9th. Bill's him for NBC News. Radio. Blue sprites and elves.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"2027 sounded on ESPN Storm with a sweep winning the WN BA titled Closing out the action in the wobble and they do it emphatically, 92. 59 33 point victory largest margin of victory in any W N B a playoff game all time ESPN Holly Rowe, I think that the Seattle Storm did this in dominating fashion together. Of course, they have a superstar in Briana Stewart, who had superstar like numbers, but they shared the basketball there. Ball movement was epic. They set finals records and Game one and game. 24 assists. 33 assists in Game two. And, of course, they have the legend Sue Bird, but it was the team basketball. Ball movement that this really special team had to make it to a championship. And, of course, this season was about so much more than basketball. Holly. This elite that's two thirds African American women was strong allies among the rest of the league and so social justice was a big part. Of their message. They spoke with Briana Taylor's family. They wore her name. How are they feeling about how their message was received? I think they feel like they're message was received and that they were leaders in this space, but they also feel that their work is not done, and I thought it was significant that during the trophy presentation, the W. N B a commissioner said. This is just the beginning. They will continue their Social justice platform. They will continue to say her name and, you know, we spoke at the beginning of the season with Tameka Palmer. That's Briana Taylor's mother. Her daughter loved basketball. She would've been so proud that it was her that they were representing all season long. Briana Stewart finishes with 26 the clincher. She's the Finals MVP Sue Bird 5.7 assists. He averaged over nine assists per game in the 2020 playoffs Storm with their third win of the Siri's. They take the title Lakers were in search of a third win in their Syriza's well, although there's a best of seven so it wouldn't end on Tuesday but would bring the Lakers step closer. Time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. No blow outs are blown leads. Neither team ever out in front by double digits in this one, but some confident shots in the second half LeBron James, dribbling on top against bio trigger another deep three and makes it again from the same spot. Too long. Threes from on top for LeBron, one was against.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Someone sent it on ESPN Storm with a sweep winning the WN BA titled Closing out the action in the wobble, and they do it emphatically. 92 59 33 Point victory largest margin of victory in any W N B a playoff game all time ESPN Holly Rowe. I think that the Seattle Storm did this in dominating fashion together. Of course, they have a superstar in Briana Stewart, who had superstar like numbers. They shared the basketball there. Ball movement was epic. They set finals records in Game one and Game two for assists. 33 assists in Game two. And, of course, they have the legend Sue Bird, but it was the team basketball the ball movement that this really special team had to make it to a championship. And, of course, this season was about so much more than basketball, Holly. It's a league that's two thirds African American women was strong allies among the rest of the league and so social justice was a big part of their message. They spoke with Briana Taylor's family. They wore her name. How are they feeling about how their message was received? I think they feel like they're message was received and that they were leaders in this base, But they also feel that their work is not done, and I thought it was significant that during the trophy presentation, the W. N B a commissioner said. This is just the beginning. They will continue their Social justice platform. They will continue to say her name and, you know, we spoke at the beginning of the season with Tameka Palmer. That's Briana Taylor's mother. Her daughter loved basketball. She would've been so proud that it was her that they were representing all season long. Briana Stewart finishes with 26 in the clincher. She's the finals MVP Sue Bird 5.7 assists. She averaged over nine assists per game in the 2020 playoffs Storm with their third win of the Siri's. They take the title Lakers were in search of a third win in their Syriza's well, although there's a best of seven. So what Wouldn't end on Tuesday, but it would bring the Lakers step closer time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. No blow outs are blown leads neither team ever out in front by double digits in this one, but some confident shots in the second half LeBron James dribbling on top against Bambaataa Bio is going to trigger another deep three and makes it again from the same spot. Too long. Threes from on top for LeBron, one was against Duncan Robinson..

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The pressure was ramped up in the bubble. If you could take one of them out of the equation, a B or LeBron, you have a fighter's chance. Could the Lakers take complete control passes it out. 83 to shoot three Way restate Fall Classic To further Shame to legitimate M V P candidates right now, pretty incredible bats came alive a mild a left field way up beyond the second deck and the dolly. Rounds of champion is SportsCenter all night His J. Reynolds one step closer to another title. That's in two minutes for General 90 as being ready of ESPN half serious exam channel 80. But One team had the season MVP. The other takes the title Tuesday way never weigh 2020 sided on ESPN Storm with a sweep winning the WN BA titled Closing out the action in the wobble and they do it emphatically, 92. 59 33 point victory largest margin of victory in any W N B a playoff game all time ESPN Holly Rowe, I think that the Seattle Storm did this in dominating fashion together. Of course, they have a superstar in Briana Stewart, who had superstar like numbers, but they shared the basketball there. Ball movement was epic. They set finals records in Game one and game. 24 assists. 33 assists in Game two. And, of course, they have the legend Sue Bird, but it was the team basketball. All movement that this really special team had to make it to a championship. And, of course, this season was about so much more than basketball. Holly. This league that's two thirds African American women was strong allies among the rest of the league and so social justice was a big part. Of their message. They spoke with Briana Taylor's family. They wore her name. How are they feeling about how their message was received? I think they feel like they're message was received and that they were leaders in this space, but they also feel that their work is not done, and I thought it was significant that during the trophy presentation, the WN BA commissioner said. This is just the beginning. They will continue their Social justice platform. They will continue to say her name and, you know, we spoke at the beginning of the season with Tameka Palmer. That's Briana Taylor's mother. Her daughter loved basketball. She would've been so proud that it was her that they were representing all season long. Briana Stewart finishes with 26 the clincher. She's the Finals MVP Sue Bird 5.7 assists. She averaged over nine assists per game in the 2020 playoffs Storm with their third win of the Siri's. They take the title Lakers were in search of a third win in their Syriza's well, although there is the best of seven. So what Wouldn't end on Tuesday but would bring the Lakers step closer time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. No blow outs are blown leads neither team ever out in front by double digits in this one, but some confident shots in the second half LeBron James dribbling on top against Bambaataa Bio trigger another deep three and makes it again from the same spot. Too.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Your 2027 sounded on ESPN Storm with a sweep winning the WN BA titled Closing out the action in the wobble and they do it emphatically, 92. 59 33 point victory largest margin of victory in any W N B a playoff game all time ESPN Holly Rowe, I think that the Seattle Storm did this in dominating fashion together. Of course, they have a superstar in Briana Stewart, who had superstar like numbers, but they shared the basketball there. Ball movement was epic. They set finals records in Game one and game. 24 assists. 33 assists in Game two. And, of course, they have the legend Sue Bird, but it was the team basketball. The All movement that this really special team had to make it to a championship. And, of course, this season was about so much more than basketball. Holly. This elite that's two thirds African American women was strong allies among the rest of the league and so social justice was a big part. Of their message. They spoke with Briana Taylor's family. They wore her name. How are they feeling about how their message was received? I think they feel like they're message was received and that they were leaders in this space, but they also feel that their work is not done, and I thought it was significant that during the trophy presentation, the WN BA commissioner said. This is just the beginning. They will continue their Social justice platform. They will continue to say her name and, you know, we spoke at the beginning of the season of Tameka Palmer. That's Briana Taylor's mother. Her daughter loved basketball. She would've been so proud that it was her that they were representing all season long. Briana Stewart finishes with 26 in the clincher. She's the finals MVP Sue Bird 5.7 assists. He averaged over nine assists per game in the 2020 playoffs Storm with their third win of the Siri's. They take the title Lakers were in search of a third win in their Syriza's well, although there's a best of seven so it wouldn't end on Tuesday, but it would bring the Lakers step closer. Time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. No blow outs are blown leads. Neither team ever out in front by double digits in this one, but some confident shots in the second half LeBron James dribbling on top against bio trigger another deep three and makes it again from the same spot. Too long. Threes from on top for LeBron. One was against Duncan Robinson..

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Granted. And it's not fair. It's not right, and it's not gonna happen because we're going to have such a victory like you've never had. A recent Fox News poll shows both presidential tickets have secured the backing of key voting blocs. Joe Biden leads among women, blacks and Hispanics. President Trump is ahead among white voters. Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul's in the hospital after recovering from a medical emergency, which happened when he was live streaming. A talk show in the 85 year old was speaking about the economy on his YouTube channel when his speech became slurred, and he struggled to continue. Speaking of the YouTube feed was cut short and may private later tweeted from the hospital. He was doing fine and thank everyone for their concerns at the Tweet included a photo of Paul's showing. A thumbs up sign. The mother of Rianna. Taylor says she hopes no one else feels the pain of losing a daughter in an officer involved shooting Tameka Palmer send a statement read by her sister. She did not expect Kentucky attorney General Dangle Cameron to help them get justice. A civil rights attorney Ben Crump's calling on Cameron released the grand jury transcripts so everyone will know how hard he fought for justice on Taylor's behalf. No officers were charged with Taylor's death. A Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Final journey to Capitol Hill is over the late Supreme Court justice late and state of the U. S. Capitol for a brief period after lying in repose at the Supreme Court and shall be buried in a private ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery next week at the Texas Education Agency and the State Health Department released their data for confirmed Corona virus case isn't public school districts for the first time yesterday State education and health officials say. San Antonio's three largest school district are reporting 86 Corona virus cases so far this school year, Mayor Ron Nierenberg says. We saw this coming. Most school districts right now are offering some form of in classroom learning. So it's not surprising to see some level of transmission there, but we want to make sure that we keep an eye on the data, the city's cove it 19 risk level for schools is still in the moderate zone. 177 new Covert 19 cases were reported Thursday. There were five new deaths, including a 19 year old woman who died at her home charity McCurdy, NewsRadio 1200 W away. I Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio. 1200 Wook Ion I Heart radio. I'm Carrie. Lucky news. Radio 1200 W away. I like.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on KCRW

"1000 fog than sunshine tomorrow highs in the low to mid seventy's at the beaches. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer in Cambridge, Massachusetts. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. A grand jury in Kentucky has declined to charge three local police officers in the death of Briana Taylor. Taylor, of course, is the emergency room technician who was killed in March after plain clothes. Police officers burst into our apartment in the middle of the night. Two officers will face no charges at all. The third officer was charged with wanton endangerment because several bullets he fired passed through Taylor's apartment and into a neighbor's The family of Briana Taylor, along with many protesters and activists had called for the officers to be charged with murder protests are underway tonight in Louisville. And I am joined from there by Christopher to ex. He's a community organizer in the city and a friend of Briana Taylor's family. Christopher to ex Welcomed all things considered Mary Louise. Thank you for having me I want to start with the meeting that I understand. You helped arrange today between Kentucky's attorney General Daniel Cameron and Briana Taylor's mother to make a Palmer. This was in order to break the news personally before this public announcement was made this afternoon. Let's correct. This was a follow up meeting Mary that happened on August 12th when that was the first thing that base meeting with We're down a tailor's family with Attorney General Cameron And we arranged that could see. And I had a private meeting on that Friday all been helping the family prepare for awhile for what this moment might be, and so bottom line is today. It was an agreement from August as well. Two. Let the family know first what the grand jury's decision was, and that happened. May I ask how it went? How is Briana Taylor's family reacting to this news? Oh, Mary Louise to be quite frank with you, and I've dealt with many survivors over two decades. It was the same kind of powerful and Hurtful impact when they're shooting so high for justice at the level they were and as relates asking for the arrest on the charges. But to be disappointed by the grand jury decision. It was. It was a crushing, crushing blow. Far A Zai noted, Ah lot of people, including including Briana Taylor's family had been calling for these officers to be charged with murder, which did not happen. I want to play a little bit of the the announcement today. This is again the attorney General, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. He laid out the reasoning today for the decision. While there are six possible homicide charges under Kentucky law These charges or not Apple to the facts before us because our investigation show The grand jury agreed that Mattingly and Cosgrove Justified in the return of deadly fire. After having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker. Just to explain the names there. Mattingly and Cosgrove being. The other two officers involved Kenneth Walker, that last name we heard being Briana Taylor's boyfriend who fired his weapon because he says he didn't know that these plainclothes officers were police. Christopher to X. The question to you. You know what we heard? They're the reasoning from the attorney general saying these charges Homicide charges air not applicable to the facts. How do you hear that? What is your response? Well, Marlene, you're gonna have different Disagreements on that, of course. And to be quite frank with you. I knew I had a time. When I entered that in that apartment. Excuse me at the request of the family. They called me on March 14th the day after that shooting several days later, I went in that apartment. And it was a horrific crime. Seeing the bottom line is so Complication with this case is simple. When Kenny Salt that we're not police officers at the door and he fired Officers are trained to return fire. And they keep shooting until they try to stop the threat, However. It is clear. Indications that there was excessive shooting in that apartment and decked where and decked where people question should have been out of the charges in this case. And wait. Hired and what brand Hankerson got as related won't endanger. What would you like to see happen now? Well, Mary Louise what I'm doing and what I told Tameka Palmer. I wanted to do several days after they contacted me. I wanted the federal authorities have as on this situation, meaning the FBI. A look into And if Civil rights violations were ah. Part could be a part of an investigation by them to see if They rises to the level of charging as relates to the beginning of when that warrant was executed until the end when she lost her life in this shooting, and that's what I'm doing now is monitoring the civil rights. Investigation from the perspective of Jamaica bomber and so our relationship. Yeah, That's what we want. FBI investigation is what you're watching for Christopher to X. We thank you for joining us. Thank you..

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"American information data from ending up in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. Today's announcement from the Commerce Department comes ahead of the November deadline for the video sharing APP tick talk to sell its U. S business interests to an American company or face a ban. Six months after Briana Taylor was fatally shot by police in her home. The city of Louisville, Kentucky, this week announced a $12 million settlement package with her family. But as NPR's Amy held reports, Taylor's mother says the fight for justice is far from over. The settlement includes reforms like giving police housing credits to live in the neighborhoods where they work. Rianna. Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer tells NPR that will enable officers to get to know the community. Had we had those present in play already. Ah, lot of things could have been avoided that happened with Mariana. The settlement also make search warrants harder to come by Briana Taylor was killed after police using a no knock warrant, entered her apartment and exchanged gunfire with her boyfriend. Palmer tells NPR that the civil agreement is just the start of an ongoing struggle by for criminal charges. For months, protesters have been calling for the officers involved in Briana Taylor's death to be arrested. Amy held. NPR NEWS The White House says the federal government will stand close to $13 billion to help rebuild Puerto Rico three years after Hurricane Maria. The funding will allow the U. S territory to make extensive repairs to its power grid on Wall Street. The Dow was down a 177 points. This is NPR news. Live from VD News on Brian What California Prison officials are meeting with advocates today to discuss efforts to contain to Cove It 19 outbreaks of prisons in the Central Valley in Sacramento County Vids Kate Wolf reports. What started as a handful of Corona virus cases early last month at Folsom State Prison has ballooned to over 500 Further South Avenue, all state prison in Kings County has had 2200 cases. That's more than any prison in California, including San Quentin Attorney Steve Fame. A with the prison law office says the congregate living situations that those facilities are especially dangerous. Many of the buildings are cell blocks, but they don't have solid doors on themselves. The Old fashioned Bill Maher's their shared state prison officials say they're working to implement new guidelines for testing, quarantine and isolation of people exposed to the virus at all institutions. I'm Kate Wolf News. Santa Clara County is offering free flu shots every Saturday until mid December at the county Fairgrounds in San Jose. This is an effort to reserve hospital resource is for Covad 19 patients after the flu shot resident should then get tested for the Corona virus, which they can also do at the fairgrounds, says County executive officer Dr Jeff Smith. So that we can make sure we open up the community as fast as we possibly can, because the only thing that will help us now.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Is weather dependent here in New England. Yes, it will get cold quickly, but most restaurants still see it as a big boost and response. Like the North End, it's just one more way to try to keep the business moving in time in Attleboro, more than 30 students are in quarantine today after a student at the high school tested positive for Covad 19 officials say the student was in class on Monday but was not in class. Yesterday in Sudbury, a daycare worker at Sudbury extended day. Also testing positive for the virus to workers at the centre were immediately sent home. Officials say it no students came in contact with that person who tested positive. Hello, my little friends. What deal? Can we have a crazy Nancy? I'm sorry. That was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that term. But it is that you just You just did you know more than six months after her daughter, Briana Taylor was shot and killed by Louisville Metro police. Tameka Palmer has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with the city of Louisville away without the vaccine sure, over a period of time. Sure, with time goes any deaths. And you'll develop. You'll develop her like a herd mentality. It's gonna be it's gonna be heard developed, and that's gonna happen. I just have one thing to say. Our number two of the V in the middle on AM 68 E w. O r K. I guess The good news today is that it's not Trumper Biden that air making the headlines because when they did it last night, it wasn't great for either of them. I mean, the good news for Trump is he did the ABC town Hall and I give him credit for doing it. I don't think it was awesome. There was a couple of awkward moments. You know what I learned watching that lightning and I only saw the back half of it by the way. You know, let's quickly become evident in these town halls. All the town halls are they give? They give people a chance to pontificate.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Infections inside hospitals. The National Hurricane Center says rain from Hurricane Sally could be and bring life threatening flash flooding today from the Florida Panhandle, the southeast Mississippi, Sally Re intensified to a Category two storm earlier today. On route to the Gulf Coast. It had initially reached Cat to then was downgraded to a one before gathering steam. Tropical Storm force winds arrived on shore along the Gulf Coast yesterday afternoon. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves regardless of where they are the storm hits landfall that particularly in Jackson County, We will see Over 15 inches of rain. The National Weather Service Office in Mobile, Alabama, projected late last night that Sally would come ashore around 7 A.m. this morning near Orange Beach on Alabama's eastern Gulf Coast. Sally will be the eighth Named Storm to make landfall in the Continental U. S. This year, the most through this time of the year in recorded history. That's more than the seven storms of 1916 the record for most landfalls in a single. Atlantic season is nine also said in 1916, officials and attorneys in Louisville, Kentucky, have announced a legal settlement that will pay $12 million to the estate of Briana Taylor, a 26 year old black woman killed by police during a raid on her apartment. Miss Taylor was killed March 13th by Louisville police officers executing a no knock warrant, which allows officers to storm a residence without announcing their presence. Miss Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, It's time to move forward. With the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more, a wrongful death lawsuit says.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"The bridge. Winds are already 80 MPH, but heavy rain and severe flooding are the biggest threats all the way from the eastern tip of Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Oregon's governor is asking for more federal assistance is wild Fires continue to burn. CBS's Jonathan Vaguely Adi is there and says many people are missing and what's left of many neighborhoods is rubble. Major William Haydon is with the Oregon National Guard here to protect the town of Phoenix. His town. This is wiped clean in. This is so fresh the smells or hear the devastation. It's really even hard to fathom. Amid the ruins, Cadaver dogs search for at least 22 people who are missing. Louisville's mayor says the city has agreed to a settlement with the family of Rianna Taylor that includes a $12 million payout and police reforms after the black woman was fatally shot by police who burst into her home at night. Her mom, Tameka Palmer, Her beautiful spirit and personality is working through all of us on the ground, So please continue to say her name. The officers have not been criminally charged. The leaders of Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain, were on hand at the White House to sign an agreement normalizing relations among the countries. The University of Maryland's Shibley Telhami says it's not a transformative moment for Middle East peace here. You have two Arab states making that peace with Israel without extracting any concession from the Israelis on the Palestinian, your shoe, and in that sense that hurts to a positive Tio, Arizona, where a court officer is recovering after being shot outside a courthouse. CBS's Pat Milton, according to the FBI and individual was taken into custody in connection with an apparent drive by shooting of a federal court officer outside the federal courthouse in Phoenix. The shooting comes just a few days after to Los Angeles County deputies were ambushed in their patrol car. On Wall Street, the NASDAQ ING 133 points SNP up 17. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Okay,.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Winds are already 80 MPH, but heavy rain and severe flooding are the biggest threats all the way from the eastern tip of Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Oregon's governor is asking for more federal assistance is wild fires continue to burn CBS's Jonathan Bigley. Adi is there and says many people are missing and what's left of many neighborhoods is rubble. Major William Haydon is with the Oregon National Guard here to protect the town of Phoenix. His town. This is wiped clean. And this is so fresh. The smells are here. The devastation. It's really even hard to fathom the ruins. Cadaver dogs search for at least 22 people who are missing. Louisville's mayor says the city has agreed to a settlement with the family of Briana Taylor that includes a $12 million payout and police reforms after the black woman was fatally shot by police who burst into her home at night. Her mom, Tameka Palmer, Her beautiful spirit and personality is working through all of us on the ground, So please continue to say her name. The officers have not been criminally charged. The leaders of Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain, were on hand at the White House to sign an agreement normalizing relations among the countries. The University of Maryland's Shibley Telhami says it's not a transformative moment for Middle East peace here. You have two Arab states making that peace with Israel without extracting any concession from the Israelis on the Palestinian issue, and in that sense that hurts to a positive it Tio, Arizona, where a court officer is recovering after being shot outside a courthouse. CBS's Pat Milton, according to the FBI and individual was taken into custody in connection with an apparent drive by shooting of a federal court officer outside the federal courthouse in Phoenix. The shooting comes just a few days after two Los Angeles County deputies were ambushed in their patrol car. On Wall Street, the NASDAQ ING 133 points SNP up 17. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map, de loaded local Detroit's number.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Debris that way in hammer winds are already 80 MPH. Heavy rain and severe flooding are the biggest threats all the way from the eastern tip of Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Oregon's governor is asking for more federal assistance is wild fires continue to burn CBS's Jonathan Bigley. Adi is there and says many people are missing and what's left of many neighborhoods is rubble. Major William Haydon is with the Oregon National Guard here to protect the town of Phoenix. His town. This is wiped clean. And this is so fresh, the smells or hear the devastation. It's really even hard to fathom. Amid the ruins, Cadaver dogs search for at least 22 people who are missing. Louisville's mayor says the city has agreed to a settlement with the family of Briana Taylor that includes a $12 million payout and police reforms after the black woman was fatally shot by police who burst into her home at night. Her mom, Tameka Palmer, Her beautiful spirit and personality is working through all of us on the ground, So please continue to say her name. The officers have not been criminally charged. The leaders of Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain, were on hand at the White House to sign an agreement normalizing relations among the countries. The University of Maryland's Shibley Telhami says it's not a transformative moment for Middle East peace here. You have two Arab states making that peace with Israel without extracting any concession from the Israelis on the Palestinian issue, and in that sense that hurts to a positive ID. Teoh, Arizona, where a court officer is recovering after being shot outside a courthouse. CBS's Pat Milton, according to the FBI and individual was taken into custody in connection with an apparent drive by shooting of a federal court officer outside the federal courthouse in Phoenix. The shooting comes just a few days after to Los Angeles County deputies were ambushed in their patrol car. On Wall Street, the NASDAQ ING 133 points. SNP Up 17 This's CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today.

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:49 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Settlement today with Briana Taylor's family six months after she was shot by police and her death became a refrain of national protests is on. The Nevadas tells US policing changes are part of that agreement. The larger question of potential criminal charges against the officers remains front and center to the family into many around the country. In the eyes of her family. One step toward justice for Briana Taylor. It's only the beginning of getting full justice for Briana, her beautiful spirit. And personality is working through all of us on the ground. So Please continue to say her name today. The city of Louisville announced a $12 million settlement with Taylor's mother, Tameka Palmer, after she sued over her daughter's killing by police. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer. I cannot begin to imagine. Miss Palmer's pain and I am deeply deeply sorry for Brianna's death. It is the largest sum ever paid by the city in a police misconduct case, and the settlement includes a package of police reforms. Settlement comes after months of protests following Briana Taylor's death 26 year old emergency medical technician was shot in her home on March 13th by Louisville police serving a drug warrant. Police say that night, they identified themselves before breaking down Taylor's door. But her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, says he never heard that thought it was a break in and fired a single shot from his licensed firearm. Police responded, shooting Taylor more than eight times and killing her. No drugs were found in the home of the three officers involved on Ly One was fired in June. A separate criminal investigation is underway by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Camera. Taylor Story remains at the center of a nationwide movement. Seeking racial justice, police reforms and reminding people to say her name. Now the settlement may have taken six months. But this only relates to the Taylor family civil suit and there is no admission of wrongdoing by the city of Louisville. In today's deal, all eyes are now on the Kentucky attorney general to see if criminal charges against the officers will be filed. Joining me now to discuss this is Hannah Drake. She's an author and an activist in Louisville. She's been leading the calls for Justice and Briana Taylor's name. Welcome Back to the news, Our Hannah Thanks for being with us before we dig into some of these details. I just want to get your reaction to today's news. It's been a long time coming. I just wonder when you heard today's news Very briefly. What did you think? It has been a long time coming. I was certainly very emotional. It's one that has been protesting and demanding justice. It was a very emotional feeling for me to see Brown, a. Taylor's mother get some form of justice for her daughter. We mentioned it's not just the $12 million the single largest city payment in a police misconduct case. There's a whole slate of police reforms. I want to take through a few of them right now. They're now going to require commanders to approve search warrants. Before that goes to a judge. They're going to offer housing credits for officers to actually live within the cities that they police. They want to expand drug and alcohol testing for officers involved in shootings. That's just a few of the highlights there. But Hannah, when you look at those reforms when you look at the disproportionate violence by police against black Americans, what kind of difference do you think those reforms will make? Certainly it's going Tio take manifesting these reforms on the ground. Actually in the community. I will say that I was encouraged that for this to be a civil suit for police reform to be tied to it. I do not know if I've ever seen that that has ever been the case when there have been a pail or police misconduct, police brutality. And the murder of a person at the hands of the police. So I I'm thankful to Briana Taylor's family that they thought to have police reform tied to the civil. Ah, lawsuit, and I know that Lameda Baker said It was non negotiable. There would be no civil lawsuit without some type of police reform. That's right. We did hear from both attorneys for the family, Linda Baker and Ben Crump saying that they knew reforms had to be part of this deal. But I wonder. Are there additional reforms you didn't hear about today that you think are necessary in Louisville? I think there are additional reforms. I think we have a section of our population that is certainly calling on defunding the police. So when you look at defunding the police and you also look at reforming the police. How do we work together As a community For those two things to work hand in hand together. I certainly think it's a great opportunity for police to actually live in the communities that they are policing to actually know the people in the neighborhoods. I loved that. They also mention And that there will be some type of volunteerism for the police so they can actually know the people that they are policing and hopefully that will end some of the police brutality. But I certainly think We stuff such a long way to go when it comes for justice for Briana Taylor and Justice just in our community. And we heard from several people who spoke today at that press conference in her name, saying that they don't believe that there will be full justice until those officers are arrested and charged. Now we mentioned that the attorney general is looking into possible criminal charges that a grand jury is being convened. Can I curious based on your work and your experience in Louisville? How much faith do you have in that process right now? You know to be, to be honest, I do not have faith in that process. I tried to remain hopeful. It's someone that is an activist on someone that speaks out in the community. We have seen how these cases have played out across the United States. So I I'm not that hopeful that we will have complete and full justice for Briana Taylor. Every day. I try to wake up and envision something different. That Attorney General General Cameron will see Briana as a 26 year old black woman that was murdered in her home that she should still be here today that she deserves justice. If any one of us did this wind to our neighbor's home and killed them, we would be charged, and so I do not think anything less should happen Just because someone is a police officer. Legally we've already heard And I should ask you from some experts who say it looks like it's an uphill battle legally to meet that that burden because the officers can claim self defense. They know there was a shot fired toward them in the beginning. I'm curious. If today's restitution is the only justice that ends up coming in the name of Briana Taylor, What do you think the response will be from you and others in the community? I think people in this community will be very upset. I think this is a community that has been forever altered by what had happened in Louisville. There's certainly ah, ton of trauma that has happened in Louisville. And this is a city that needs healing for us not to get justice for the officers not to be charged, will only cause further trauma in this community. And and quite frankly, I don't think it will sit well for the people that have been pro testing for more than 100 days. I think the people that are protesting are demanding full. Austin. We're very happy for Briana Taylor's mother. We certainly expected that there will be some restitution, paid her family but justice it's like an airplane. There are two wings to it. So we have restitution and on the other wing, we need criminal charges pressed against the officers. You mentioned the days and days of protests there have been celebrities magazine covers people making sure that her name continues to be said on that the pressure is kept up..

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"O'clock. I'm here with your top stories. Hurricane Sally is barely moving, traveling at about two miles an hour. The category one storm is now 105 Miles south of Mobile, Alabama and expected to make landfall there in the morning In Kentucky, a settlement has been reached between the city of Louisville and the family of Briana Taylor. The Kentucky City will pay $12 million the slain Mt. Worker's family. She was killed during a no knock search by officers on March 13th. Briana's mother, Tameka Palmer, is tied to move forward. With the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more now to election. 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden calling out President Trump for taking credit for something former President Obama enacted Joe Biden on the campaign trail in Tampa, Florida, speaking to veterans blasting, President Trump trumps, like, just say, past the choice. Just like everything else. He seems to be saying. It's a figment of imagination is a flat lie. President Trump has publicly taken credit for the choice bill, but it was signed into effect August of 2014 by President Barack Obama. Trump expanded the law in 2018 with the Mission Act Line of Buoys. ABC NEWS Miami A historic deal signed today at the White House. Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreeing to normalize relations. The deal brokered by President Trump and here at home a million dollar lifetime benefit. Financial Council members comes up for a vote tonight, Fox 17 says After serving eight years, Metro Nashville Council members get health insurance for life. Metro Councilwoman Tanya Hancock says in a year the council's asking for an historic tax increase that's morally wrong. But others on the council see it as a way to lure the best candidates to serve the city Zoo elephant Sawara sent out an email saying it's a full time job, and some council members wouldn't run without this benefit..

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"tameka palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"tameka palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now reforms announced in Louisville, Kentucky, today as part of a multi million dollar settlements with the family of Briana Taylor. I'm deeply deeply sorry for Briana Step. In a news conference Tuesday, Fisher announced the city will make several reforms as part of its settlement. Those include requiring command In officers to approve all search warrants and expanding random drug testing of officers. Lenny to Baker is an attorney for Taylor's family financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform Baker, adding that will not stop calling for the officers involved in Taylor's death to be held accountable. Briana's mother, Tameka Palmer, agrees. It's tied to move forward. With the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more. Fisher later telling reporters he will not commit to firing. The officers involved. Whether or not there are criminal charges. I'm Suzanne Duval. Now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Health Traffic Center. You see, healthy is proud to provide emergency care service our ers air standing by to provide the safe care you need. Learn more and you see health dot com They've cleared a broken down on south bound 75 past the Brent Spence. You've got an 11 minute construction to lay there from Ezzard Charles. There's an accident involving Metrobus on Taft on Euclid Avenue and an accident downtown on fourth at Sycamore If cleared the accident West Clifford Clifton Avenue south of MacMillan, that stretch of road Israel. Opened your stop and go north bound 75 from Shepherd laying up to 2 75 Found slow from Taft down toward 4 71 I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Dentistry Weather Center from social distancing and pre screening patients toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com slash patient safety It is mostly clear alot of 54 Hour Wednesday, mostly sunny my high of 81 at night Fair skies and a little 58 upper sixties. Friday and into the weekend from your severe Weather Station, a nine first warning Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows hazy sunshine, no rain in the tri state. It's 76 degrees right now News, a service of Life.

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