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The Troubling Case of One Parent's Journey in Defending His Child
"Hello everybody to the special episode of the Charlie Kirk show, with us right now is my pastor, rob McCoy. Rob, welcome back. Thanks, buddy. And then joining us remotely is Bryce ceti, the great Bryce, and Bryce, I don't know if you've ever been on our program. So welcome to our not yet. So here we go. Thank you. And Steve Schneider, who is a great American, and we're honored to have all of you guys and kind of talk about something important that is local in our focus, but national in nature. Absolutely. And so however you guys want to take it, rob, do you want to start? And then we can kind of, let me do my best to frame it. And then I know Jason Steve will be able to add all kinds of insight to it. In our community, the kineto unified school districts, there's two newspapers in the Canelo valley where I reside. And as this Bryce and Steve, these two newspapers, one is the guardian, the other, is the acorn. The guardian did a paper, did an article called third grade teacher promotes gender confusion in the classroom. And it was an article writing on behalf of Steve Schneider, who's on the program with us. Who was standing in defense of his third great daughter, who was told by the teacher to now these are the new pronouns of this fellow student in your class, and this is a book I want to read to you on transgender. And then expose the children to a video without parental permission. Steve took issue with at the kineto guardian on his behalf, wrote a very, very clear and concise article, everything and it was true. Good reporting, the acorn, which is a defender of what I would say that California teachers association and the district itself took great offense to it. Then the news channels came out CBS. They did a whole thing on it. And then there was graffiti at that elementary school and they blamed Steve Schneider for it. The police came to his house. He'll tell you more about that. He wasn't even there, so it was crazy.
The Plot to Subvert the Western Judeo-Christian Tradition of the US
"Folks, welcome back. We're talking to the authors of battle for the American mind uprooting a century of miseducation, Pete hegseth and David Goodwin. So we're talking about what amounts to a conspiracy to subvert the western judeo Christian tradition baked into the heart of the United States of America. And there's no denying it. People like Dewey, they were on a crusade, and they have up till now, succeeded. Yes, they have. And you know what? They didn't know what the destination would be, per se. They just knew where the destination was away from. So it was always progress away from the western Christian paideia, the biblical roots of our and free thinking roots of the nexus of Athens and Jerusalem. They wanted to move away from that. That was progress. So you say conspiracy, that's not a wrong term. We use plot or heist because they passed it off to the next group of radical thinkers who carried the ball down the field based on how much God and other basic values have been stripped away. So enter the Frankfurt school, enter critical theory, which where did it land? A hundred blocks from here at Columbia University at the teacher's college. And these are marxists who fled Hitler while our boys are fighting over in Europe and World War II. And they are greeted with open arms with their radical views soon to infuse into the teacher's college. And within a couple of decades, one third of teachers in America at elite schools had been taught by the critical theorists of the Frankfurt school. So how do you get critical race theory in your zoom classroom? It is in the curriculum and the pedagogy of how the entire educational industrial complex works. And when you unravel it all, it goes back to those early efforts and each step which we lay out the unions, which used to be conservative teacher associations that ended up scripture to teachers to use in the classroom, captured by the unions. Well, then the unions create the Department of Education in a giveaway to Jimmy
Sacramento CA City schools set date to reopen classrooms
"Stories. Steady declines in the number of covert 19 cases, coupled with vaccinations are leading to more schools reopening here's fifth graders Sabrina Oldham, a student at San Juan Unified School District in Carmichael, Just since we talked three introduce myself to some people. And get to know people again. Sacramento City schools are scheduled to open for in person learning next month, The city school district finally reached an agreement over the weekend with the Teachers Association. After months of negotiations, pre K through third grade and K through sixth Special Day classes will return April 8th Grade. It's four through six are set to start April. 15th and grades seven through 12 come back April. 22nd District Superintendent Jorge Aguilar says 53% of their students are facing back to in person learning while the rest chose to
President of Teacher's Union In Dallas Urges Caution With CDC Social Distancing Recommendation In Schools
"The local teachers union, gives her and put on the CDC these new guidelines for schools, the CDC revised its guidance on social distancing in school, saying most students can now sit three FT. Apart instead of six ft as long as they're wearing masks, Rena Honey, president of the Alliance, a FT Teachers Association, and Dallas says, this might have been done to early, especially with spring break around this time. We just have to not jump in with both feet because someone says that it Looks like it's going to be okay. She says Schools should be closely monitoring numbers and be cautious at least until the end of the school year. Cat BONES IRON WB AP News A federal
Texas school boards don’t have to require masks, education officials announce
"Education Agency says the mask mandated public schools will remain in place, but it will be up to individual school boards to decide if They want to remove it Play Robinson with the Texas State Teachers Association, predicts that their members will stay mast up. No matter what happens. I think the teachers who care about their health and safety, and the health and safety of their students are going to keep the mask on. But it should be a requirement for the students. Governor Abbott lifted the state's mask mandate as part of a plan to remove all covert rules. State health leaders have put teachers and daycare workers on the list of people eligible for the cold that vaccines
Baker Says Teachers in Mass. Will Be Eligible to Receive Vaccine Beginning March 11
"Welcoming Governor Baker's announcement today that as of March, 11th teachers can start registering to get a Corona virus vaccine shot. The Mass Teachers Association got what it wanted. After the Biden administration called for all teachers to be vaccinated, CBS posted on its Web site. It would allow teachers to be vaccinated. And now the Baker administration will open the door starting next week Empty a president Mary knew. Jimmy, speaking outside Watertown High School, calls it a joyful day. In the end, it is going to get us to reach the goal that we all want, which is full of personal. You know, The sooner that we get this started, the sooner we could get to him personally. Teachers were in the next phase of vaccinations in the Commonwealth. Karen Regal WBZ,
Boston and Greater Massachusetts are opening up vaccine eligibility to teachers next week
"Educators in Massachusetts will be eligible to sign up for a covert vaccine a week from tomorrow. Nobody VCs Karen Regal tells US teachers are excited about the move. The Mass Teachers Association got what it wanted. After the Biden administration called for all teachers to be vaccinated, CBS posted on its Web site. It would allow teachers to be vaccinated. And now the Baker administration will open the door starting next week Empty a president Mary Jimmy, speaking outside Watertown High School, calls it a joyful day. In the end, it is going to get us to reach the goal that we all not, which is fooling personally, you know, The sooner that we get this started, the sooner we could get to them personally. Teachers were in the next phase of vaccinations in the Commonwealth. Karen Regal WBZ
Reaction Is Mixed To Texas Decision To Lift Coronavirus Restrictions
"Caesar. There's mixed reaction to Governor Abbott's decision to drop the restrictions on businesses. Teacher groups have been among the loudest voices and opposition on campus learning Man with the governor now lifting the mask mandates. Clay Robison with the Texas State Teachers Association is predicting dark days ahead. Since he has not seen fit yet to give educators school employees priority for the coded vaccine. The least he could do is require to continue to wear a mask. But then there are groups like National Federation of Independent Business who are optimistic that this could be a boon for the private sector, and businesses can still require customers to
"teachers association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"California Teachers Association says now is not the time to resume in person learning. Claudia Briggs, with the C T A says case rates are too high. Um, way have to get shots in the arms of all employees who are required to report in person and before students returned to campus. Sacramento County. Public health officials are allowing educators to get vaccinated, They said the group will be eligible starting February 16. Those qualified include pre school to high school staff, child care workers, school bus drivers and administrative staff. The rise of work at home options is fueling an influx of professionals to the Sacramento area. The Sacramento Bee analyzed data from lengthen on relocation destinations of professionals leaving the Bay Area they found Sacramento is the third most desired location in the country. I'm a well Balon Sacramento traffic taking a look at KFBK traffic. Let's start things up in Roseville. A two car crashes blocking the pleasant Grove Boulevard on ramp to a South found 65 over in Truckee traffic in Stop and Go on West 1 80 between Donner Pass and Eagle Lake's Road That's gonna chain requirements within that area. It's gonna involve directions of 80 actually change required in both directions for that area. As well as both directions of 89 between pickets Junction Toe Highway fifties With that in mind, as you're taking to this year, this weekend traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings.
"teachers association" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Closing arguments have begun and the impeachment trial of President Trump after an unexpected twist delayed the conclusion of the Senate impeachment trial. Five Senate Republicans joining Democrats and vote to consider hearing witnesses. But the Senate, then voting instead of allowing witnesses to enter a statement by a Congress woman into the record. Republican representative Jamie Herrera. Butler is part of the group of House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Trump Butler became the center of Saturday's impeachment proceedings when lead Democratic House trial manner. Sure, Jamie Raskin opened with this. We would like the opportunity to subpoena Congresswoman Herrera regarding her communications with House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy and to subpoena her contemporaneous notes. That she made regarding what President Trump told Kevin McCarthy in the middle of the insurrection. ABC is legal analysts Kate Shaw says. There's still a lot of unanswered questions. There. Was that really important question from senators, Collins and Brickowski know about sort of what the president knew and what he did during the siege itself. And the president's lawyers really didn't answer that question. Michelle Franzen ABC NEWS federal health officials releasing guidelines for getting students back in the classroom color coding schools, according to Corona virus transmission rates in their communities, We get more from a B C's Alex Parrish, a for schools and red zones, hybrid, or virtual learning is encouraged while the blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction. Masks and social distancing or urge for all zones, so his diagnostic testing the CDC also saying teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, But it's not required to reopen schools. The Biden administration plans to open 100 vaccination sites by the end of the month. Only minor injuries reported after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit off the coast of northeastern Japan. Today. It shook Fukushima no reports of radiation leaking from the nuclear plant there. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk California Teachers Association says now.
Next in line for California’s COVID-19 vaccine? Teachers and first responders
"The corona virus pandemic continues to rage across California, but there is some hope on the horizon. Vaccines are going into the arms of medical professionals across southern California, and more doses are on the way. His KCRW's Matt Dillon Reports. Governor Gavin Newsom announced yesterday that educators could be among those who are next in line to get the shots as frontline. Health care workers continue getting their first round of the vaccine efforts to inoculate those living and working in long term care facilities like nursing homes kicked off this week. Next up. Newsome says teachers could join other frontline workers like those in food distribution, childcare and agriculture along with people over age 75 as part of the second wave of vaccinations, he's hopeful that phase could begin by as soon as January. Grand Schuster, the president of the Anaheim Secondary Teachers Association, tells the Orange County Register he appreciates the focus on educators. However, he says the lingering question is whether or not school districts will require teachers to get the shot. Expects that conversation will be had in many districts across the state. California Department of Education says it has yet to receive distribution plans. Officials estimate more than 260,000 doses of the vaccine have already been doled out by the end of the week. California should have received nearly two million doses from Fizer and Moderna. KCRW. I'm Matt
"teachers association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cases by municipalities population size. These metrics in corporate cases per 100,000 residents and the percent positivity rate when determining municipalities color designation. Under the revised methodology. Municipal color coded designations are 16 red 91 yellow, 79 green and 165 Greg Last week there were 121 municipalities in the red. Mass. Teachers Association says the state is pressuring school district's toe open when they may not feel it's safe to do so. Here's WNBC TV is Michael across on one hand, the governor is saying it's too dangerous to gather for Thanksgiving. Yet we wantto cram kids back into the school rooms. The Massachusetts Teachers Association says a district should still be able to make Its own decision about re opening. The association believes there are more factors involved than just the positivity rate air quality, the ability to distance and we're seeing now that some schools like Worcester still are not able To fully implement safety conditions, and the administration is asking communities that are in red to use a hybrid model for their schools. Rather than going fully remote coming up, We'll check Bloomberg business and Sports. Wall Street's best week since April ended with a whimper. Stocks closed mostly lower, snapping a four session winning streak. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 67 the S and P 500 slip, one that has that composite added four. Americans borrowed Maurin September twice as much as expected, The Fed says consumer credit rose by over $16 billion credit card balances rose for the first time in seven months, in line with retail sales growth. In another sign that Americans are going shopping again. Mall owner Brookfield Property Partners says customer traffic in the third quarter was as much as 70% of normal sales in some categories were higher than a year ago. JetBlue is boosting its New York area flight schedules for Thanksgiving week, hoping.
"teachers association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Many communities restart or maintain in person learning. Our updated metrics adjust for the reporting of cases by municipalities population size. These metrics in corporate cases per 100,000 residents and the percent positivity rate when determining municipalities color designation. Under the revised methodology. The municipal color coded designations are 16, red 91 yellow, 79 green and 165 grades Last week there were 121 municipalities in the red. Mass. Teachers Association says the state is pressuring school district's toe open when they may not feel it's safe to do so. Here's w v. Z TV is Michael across on one hand, The governor is saying it's too dangerous to gather for Thanksgiving. Yet we wantto cramp kids back into the school rooms. The Massachusetts Teachers Association says a district should still be able to make Its own decision about reopening. The association believes there are more factors involved, then just the positivity rate air quality, the ability to distance and we're seeing now that some schools like Worcester still are not able to fully implement safety conditions. And the administration is asking communities that are in red to use a hybrid model for their schools. Rather than going fully remote coming up. We'll check Bloomberg Business and Sports Wall Street's best week since April ended with a whimper, Stocks closed mostly lower, snapping a four session winning streak. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 67 the S and P 500 slip, one that has that composite added four. Americans borrowed Maurin September twice as much as expected, The Fed says consumer credit rose by over $16 billion credit card balances rose for the first time in seven months, in line with retail sales growth. In another sign that Americans they're going shopping again. Mall owner Brookfield Property Partners says customer traffic in the third quarter was as much as 70% of normal sales in some categories were higher than a year ago. JetBlue is boosting its New York area flight schedules for Thanksgiving week, hoping to tap into an uptick.
"teachers association" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mass Teachers Association to a letter from the education commissioner questioning why some local school districts decided to start school remotely. W. B. C. TV's Paula Evan. The letter from the Department of Education was sent to 16 districts that I'll have a green or grey designation in the States Color coded Corona virus map, which means they're in the low range for transmission rates. Those districts include Ames Breed Born Boxford, East Longmeadow Gardener, Pittsfield Province Town, West Springfield, Belmont and Watertown. Now in the letter commissioner Jeff Riley says he's concerned that these school districts have voted to start the year remote despite their low risk for Corona virus, writing in light of the stark discrepancy between local public health data and your reopening plan. Commissioner of Education is requesting a timeline by which you anticipate providing in person instruction for the majority of your students. The commissioner says he owes it to families to take a closer look. We know that there's a lot of fear out there on DH, different issues that are coming up, and so we just feel like we have a moral obligation to families and students to look under the hood and see How are these decisions being made and are they the appropriate ones, and those districts have 10 days to respond to this request? Mast Teachers Association President Mary knew Jimmy says the state has no right to bully districts over remote learning. Jimmy says the state has failed to provide adequate guidance or support to make it possible for public schools toe open safely. She says. That's another example of failed leadership the Baker administration has shown in handling public education during this pandemic. Meanwhile, Boston schools opening fully remote. Here's WGC TV's Christina Hager first day of school pictures check. Free lunch in backpacks check. But while more than 32,000 Chromebooks were distributed throughout Boston, we found some still waiting on this first day. I still didn't get it. Welcome to the 2020 2021 School year Thiss. She'll be unlike any other mayor and school superintendent sent out this welcome message in a tweet.
Boston Area Teachers Return to ‘Unsafe' Classrooms in Sharon, MA
"Of days. Schools and Sharon re open tomorrow with Day one of in school learning set for Thursday. The teachers agreed last week to enter their buildings after first saying they'd refuse. Now they're criticizing the school district for not complying with their safety needs. You agreed to go back into the school, and then we've got it cools and saw that a lot of the things that they claim that would be fixed by the 14th. We're not. Bernadette Murphy is the president of the Sharon Teachers Association. They also are saying they've been forced to buy their own pee pee and the clock is ticking with their options. Right now. School is set to start on
State labor board rules Andover teachers participated in illegal strike, Boston
"When teachers refused to enter a school build building and instead work from a parking lot. One of the state's largest teachers unions disagrees. W B C's Karen Regal has very late. The best teacher associations. Marina Jimmy says all and over. Teachers want his information on the condition of Andover school buildings. Things like ventilation and windows. She says. The refusal to enter buildings was not a strike. That hitter showed up in the parking lot with their laptop. They were connected online. They did their work in some school, The principal came out to the Schoolyards, and they conducted their faculty meetings. That's work. That's not a strike. Speaking at his covert 19 briefing, governor Charlie Baker said he thinks teaching and otherwise empty buildings is okay isn't appropriate decision. Jimmy says teachers across the state will continue to advocate for safer conditions. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's news radio schools in Hartford are finally open
Teachers Refuse to Work in Schools in Boston Suburb of Sharon, Call for Remote Start
"In in Sharon Sharon winning winning around around now, now, when when their their battle battle to to start start the the year year remote. remote. They They were were supposed supposed to to come come back back to to school school today today to to start start getting getting ready ready for for a a hybrid hybrid reopening reopening next next month. month. They're They're refusing refusing to to show show up up to to school, school, but but they're they're not not calling calling it it a a strike. strike. Sharon teachers say it's too dangerous and too difficult to teach in. Class and remotely at the same time after an executive session late Wednesday night. The school committee agreed to allow teachers to work from home Thursday and Friday. After that, who knows? Kathy Petty has a son in the middle school on an I P and she supports the teacher's decision, but I don't know if it's the teachers that are actually Refusing to do to go back to school and teach in a classroom setting or is that the teachers union, saying that they should not go back into the school and making the decision for them? The Sharon Teachers Association says they're willing TTO work just remotely and at least for now, it appears they're getting their way
Boston - Teachers Refuse to Work in Sharon Schools, Call for Remote Start
"Was supposed to be the first day back to school for Sharon teachers so they could begin prepping for a hybrid. Reopening Come September 16th, but doubly busy Suzanne songs bill reports from the scene. Teachers say they're not coming back to the classroom. Not yet. School parking lots were pretty empty Thursday morning. The teachers refused to come back, saying it's not safe. And after an executive session late Wednesday evening, the school committee agreed to let the teachers work from home Thursday and Friday. If the teachers don't feel safe, going back to school, whom I to tell them otherwise Happy Petty son is in middle school on an I P She's very concerned about his education but supports the teacher's education, like I said, is important. But at what cost? That's how I feel at what cost If my son is in the hospital and Children's because he comes down with Corona How do I justify sending my kid back to school? She does question If it's the Union or the teacher's making the decision that Sharon Teachers Association isn't calling it a strike. They say they're willing TTO work just remotely in Sharon. Suzanne Saz Vale W busy Boston's news radio Matthew
Massachusetts union rejects state's expectation to teach remotely from school buildings
"Commissioner of Education Jeffrey Riley recommended the teachers conduct remote learning from a classroom at school rather than from home. Guidelines published Friday suggests teaching from a classroom would be better for students give teachers access to materials they might not have at home and allow for more collaboration. But the Massachusetts Teachers Association, citing safety concerns, said teacher should not be required to work from school. The union called it paternalistic and punitive, demonstrating that Riley does not trust educators who are mostly women.
Controversial Statues Honoring Christopher Columbus Vandalized Across the US
"Here in Massachusetts will be at home Learning online this fall, there is an ongoing dispute growing over where teachers will be working from. On Friday, Massachusetts Commissioner of Education Jeffrey Riley published a guideline for remote learning that suggest teachers report to their schools to work from classrooms rather than from home. The guidelines say teaching from a school will have students become familiar with the classroom and help ease the transition to in person. Instruction will allow teachers to use instructional materials, they may not have a home. Ensure teachers have reliable Internet access and allow teachers to work together with colleagues and administrators. But the Massachusetts Teachers Association rejects the recommendation, calling it paternalistic and punitive. Citing safety concerns. The union says it's fine if educators prefer to work from school but should not be forced to art. Cohen
"Welcome to kiss myths and Mystery Syam, your host Kit crump today, the Bohemian Grove and a little bit about secret societies. Perhaps, you belong to a club some time in your life maybe the girl Scouts or cub scouts I was a cub scout many clubs have rules and regulations that go no further than the halls were the members gather like the elks however organizations like the PTA Parent Teacher Association can affect schools, school districts therefore students the reach and impact of. These organizations are limited and generally they're intent is not secret records of meetings of the scouts, elks in the PTA and many other clubs are available to the public. But there are many secret societies out there Yale's skull and bones founded in eighteen thirty two and has had both bushes Teddy Roosevelt and his cousin Franklin as members but a complete list of members is difficult to acquire and the intent of the club impossible to know Dan there is the barbarian aluminum. An lighten era secret society founded may first seventeen seventy, six. The BILDERBERG group is so secret that is considered by many to be a shadow world most secret societies, clubs and organizations so far flung with headquarters in different cities around the world. But the Bohemian Grove is located on two thousand, seven hundred privately owned acres located in Monte Rio California and established eighteen seventy two security at the grove is year round ex-military hired to keep out the curious high end equipment including thermal night vision cameras, and motion detectors are used. As. Part of the sophisticated detection and alarm system, they have ceremonies with strange names like the yearly cremation of care ceremony. It was revealed by a California judge during a discrimination suit brought against that grow by the California Department of Fair Employment and housing over the club's refusal to hire women when the judge that issued decision in favor of the club's practice of not hiring women stated the club members urinated in the open and that hiring women would alter the members behavior odd ceremonies and members strange conduct aside members like those. Of Yale are rich and powerful pictures of President Reagan and Nixon indicate they were members. Also, the Grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning Meeting this took place there in September of Nineteen, forty two, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb those attending this meeting include Ernest, Lawrence j Robert, Altman Heimer, the s one executive committee heads such as presidents of Harvard Yale and Princeton along with representatives of standard, oil general, electric as well as various military officials. All members at the time oppenheimer was not an s one member. Although Lawrence, an open heimer hosted the meetings grow members take particular pride in this of and often relate the story to new attendees. However, other behavior at this famous campground has led to numerous claims and even some parody in popular culture. One such documented example was former president Richard Nixon's comments on May Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-one recording the Bohemian Grove which I attended from time to time. It is the most Fag God damn thing you could ever imagine now that's a quote from Richard, Nixon was recorded may thirteen nine, hundred, seventy one. Author, Brad Meltzer hosted a program for the history channel. It was called history coded. He hosted a team of three and during one episode sent to to infiltrate the Hebron. Grove. With the disastrous result, they were all arrested.
Chicago's Rush Street Interactive to Go Public as Part of a $1.8 Billion Deal
"Now being allowed to delay their star date by 10 days, re opening no later than September 16th. That's under a new agreement between unions and the Department of Education and Secondary Education. So this school year is being reduced from 180 days to 170 So teachers have more time to train and prepare. Still, the Massachusetts Teachers Association says there are other demands they want approved, including the assurance there's health and safety assessments for every school building forever when in person learning is feasible. James
"teachers association" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The Teachers association says District's need to adopt State guidelines You are essentially sending students and educators back to the same overcrowded Underfunded public education institutions. Some teachers think walkouts. Air strikes might happen if the guidelines aren't adopted. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock gonna be delivering the annual state of the city address next week. Events set for Monday a 10 a.m. and due to the pandemic, this year's address is going to be delivered virtually Denver Seeing a massive spike in fatal overdoses related to the drug fentanyl, health officials say they're up nearly 300% from January to May of this year. Compared to the same time last year. A powerful synthetic opioid is up to 50 times more potent than heroin. Scientists say they've discovered a cave in Mexico, with artifacts suggesting humans reached the Americas 33,000 years ago. That's more than 21,000 years earlier than previously believed. Archaeologists found thousands of stone tools they were able to A date using two different methods and confirmed their findings. It's NBC's Brian shook, he says. Scientists believe settlers cross from Siberia by boat along a coastal route Fascinating. And finally Jim Kardashian reportedly meeting with divorce attorneys. A source close to the situation says she wants to leave Kanye West after his most recent rants. News comes just after Kardashians issued a statement through instagram stories, lightly touching on what it was like living with somebody with bipolar disorder, while 7 19 here on Colorado's morning news coming up to speak with the Colorado Education Association president on the thoughts behind schools, restarting in how teachers feel about that, at least doing the in person learning well, that in the moment right now, your drivers.
"teachers association" Discussed on KTRH
"The Texas State Teachers Association wants the governor to close the public schools indefinitely, But other strongly disagree. Emily SAS with the Texas Public Policy Foundation, said that the state should try to reopen classrooms for inverse and education as soon as possible. The American Association of Pediatricians came out recently and said. The starting point should always be to try to have an in person environment for students, she adds. Of teachers don't want to go back to school. They should have a choice to go to a private school or start a micro school that fits their beliefs. State Comptroller Glenn Anger says the amount of general revenue available when lawmakers get back to work in January will be roughly $11 billion less than originally estimated. Until consumers and businesses are confident the viruses control. We are highly unlikely to see economic output, employment and revenues return to pre pandemic levels. That means lawmakers could have to make some tough choices. Come 2021 including raising taxes, cutting spending, or both Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban of back to back our back and forth on Twitter cruise criticizing Cuban on suggesting the national anthem. Police were out of control after someone tweeted that they don't want to see any player neo for the national anthem. Who's also asking if Cuban was willing to stand up against China. Cuban responded by tweeting a link to a documentary he produced investigating securities fraud involving small Chinese companies in the U. S. Around 28% of Southwest Airlines employees is having to take buyouts or leaves of absence to stay off furloughs Southwest CEO Gary Kelly telling workers yesterday he was thankful for everyone who made the decision but admitted it was bittersweet. The Dallas based airline has seen some massive drops in passenger traffic due to the Corona virus pandemic greats news time now 203 So far so good, says scientist in Britain working on a possible Corona virus vaccine a scientists around the world race to find a career Virus Vaccine. A team of Britain's Oxford University, saying early trials of their shot have delivered promising results were seeing good immune response is exactly the sort of mean responses. We were hoping for lead researcher Andrew Pohlad, saying The next step involves larger trials with tens of thousands of people were no moving rapidly forwards. To try to evaluate whether the vaccine actually protects the population. The US has already signed up for millions of doses of the Oxford vaccine in the hope it's found to be effective in London, Simon Oh, in Fox News attorneys for former national security advisor Michael Flynn, urging an appeals court to and and his battle with the lower court judge for not dismissing the criminal case against him. U S District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan is seeking a hearing on whether he must dismiss the case after the Justice Department moved to drop the charge against Flynn Flynn's attorneys word in the filing, the district court has hijacked an extended a criminal prosecution for almost three months for its own purposes. Last month, a D C circuit panel issued a rare order requiring Sullivan to dismiss the case. But Sullivan has asked for the full appeals court to review the ruling. And that was Tom Roberts reporting, the Astros returned to game action as night for the first time. Since March 11th with an exhibition game in Kansas City against the Royals. The Astros will go on to win that 1623 They will play again later today in Kansas City. With the first pitch at 105 over on sports Talk 7 90 Next update is at 2 30 time down for another hour of coast to coast. Am I'm Eric Sharpe, A news radio 7 40 Katie our age..
Los Angeles and San Diego Schools to Go Online-Only in The Fall
"Very eventful day in Southern California has experience with this pandemic, and it's affecting Ella USD. It's remarkable I I was listening to the mayor's news conference a little bit earlier, and he made in aside essentially saying that the number of cases in L. A county positive cases in L. A county of covert 19 now outstrip all of Canada and that if L a county were its own country, it would rank 20th in the world in terms of infection, And that is a remarkable statistic When you consider also the second largest school district in the country, Of course, Ella ust resides here in L. A county. And the planners and the officials for the school district have been wrestling with what to do when August 18th arrives that, of course, the first day of the new academic year and the speculation had been that perhaps we would see some sort of a blend of online and in person instruction. So you know, maybe you would have half the class show up on Tuesday. Wednesday Thursday and the other half of the class show up on Monday and Friday. And the other half. That's not there maybe is online and you know, you just kind of makes things up to at least get the kids on campus because what we have found is that a staggering number of students when it's online instruction on Lee just do not engage for a lot of reasons out there that we don't have time to get into. So the assumption was, we would see some sort of blend like that. Then. Last week, the California Teachers Association, the United Teachers Los Angeles, the chapter basically of Sita, here and down in Los Angeles, came out. They said. We don't want any in person classes because of what we've seen over the last 4 to 5 weeks. This massive surge again this resumption of cases in L. A county and they made their case for online only instruction and AH, l ust being the second largest and not to mention also San Diego coming out in a joint statement this morning, saying, We're going to start the year with online on Ly instruction, which is Major development when you talk about the number of other districts that were waiting for a big one, like Ella to make a move like that we're going to start to see a lot of dominoes fall not only in California, but I would presume in other states. They're seeing a tick up in cases like Arizona in Texas and Florida, Georgia and all these other places, right for all the reasons you mentioned. And the first that you did mention, which is that we're the second largest school district in America. I think this is exactly right. There were the litmus test and it might be the strategy that a lot of other municipalities through the country imposed, But obviously the problems extend into well OK, so now these kids were home, so they have to have some supervision at home. And you have parents who or other, you know, kind of health care rather a childcare situations that are going to have to evolve TTO handle. These kids were now at home. I mean, there seemed to be complexities here. I'm not suggesting that these policy makers have to address all of them in the moment. I understand that there is trying to handle the classroom problem, but the other problems seem substantial. Yeah, That's the I mean, you hit on the right The complexity off the cova. 19 pandemic is one that a singular entity like Elio Stas. Biggest, it is cannot deal with on its own, because the tentacles off Cove it stretching to every little facet of our lives. Right now, That's what we're discovering Mohr and Mohr. So you know you can't restart the economy until you get kids back in classes, But you can't get kids back in classes until you have the testing in the tracing to understand where this disease is cropping up. And being able to cut off that tentacle so that ah, classroom is safe. Not for a teacher. So that a Boston safe enough for the students and for the driver so that the lunch line is safe enough for the lunch lady, You know, it's not just about the kids. It's about everyone. Those kids come in contact with and for just a singular high school. You're talking about hundreds of thousands of context that permeate from that school. And if you want to do testing if you want to do tracing in every single school, Austin Beauty brought this up the superintendent. Avella USD this morning, he said. If you want to do it in every single school across the country, you're talking about $15 billion in order to set up that program. But the federal government has been absent of leadership in this issue. And because of that, it's made it even more difficult for local school districts to come to a solution come to a decision, which is part of the reason why here we are 56 weeks out from the start of the school year and just now really coming to grips with the fact that the kids are not going to be headed back to school, and Mom and Dad may not be able to go back to work, and that We'll have further repercussions in the economy. As we move forward, Christian Carlo is with us. I want to continue this conversation. But I want to ask you if there was any indication as to what the classroom would look like. I mean, with the virtual classroom would look like I mean how they've shut this shop. Clearly they given it, some thought. So there's so much more to the story if we're going to go to an online experience as soon as August 18th It's going to affect so many kids in so many families. As we said, I mean, the numbers are overwhelming. I mean, there are on top of the Million's just what is the actual number of kids enrolled in L. A is doing Had it here. It's ah, It's a huge, huge number. But there it is. It's 1/2 a 1,000,000 K through 12 students, about 75,000 employees. On DH. So you're dealing with this, these people and as as Christians, saying they interlock in so many different ways, and all those ways exposed these people to some risks, So
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"The California teachers association ABC learning members of president trump's coronavirus task force are quarantining as a precaution after potential exposure to cold in nineteen the nation's top infectious disease doctor Anthony Fauci putting himself on a modified quarantine at home CDC director Robert Redfield an FDA commissioner Steven Hahn both fully quarantining for fourteen days all is vice president Mike pence's press secretary Katie Miller tested positive Friday and president trump's personal valet tested positive on Thursday meantime former president Barack Obama heard in a leaked audio recording blasting the trump administration for its coronavirus respond rare rebuke from former president Barack Obama condemning the White House for its quote anemic and spotty response to the corona virus pandemic there's been absolute chaotic disaster when that mindset of what's in it for me and with everybody else when that mindset is operationalized in our government he B. C.'s handwritten bird I'm directed to C. B. C. news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK governor says Californians can hike shock office virus restrictions ease malls theatres not open yet he'll airforce base did flyovers today to honor people on the front lines of the corona virus outbreak in those staying at home to help flatten the curve with grass and tree pollen filling the air throughout the north valley many people still hesitate when they hear someone sneeze to nowadays if you sneeze outside you could be publicly scolded but meteorologist Eileen J. Morris says hold on it could just be seasonal allergies late April and entered the month of may is when it's at its worst if you've got allergies and the fact I'm in a valley Rudy Fernandez NBC news radio for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app tap the podcast app for the latest news and information on Phil for our checking KFBK traffic.
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"Well schools are and students are in class rather they say this can trigger trauma Klay Robinson with the Texas state teachers association says the number one goal is deterrence which includes a mental health services and more school police officers we can do drilling but just be careful what you do we don't want people running and shooting craze disturbance in the hallways and some kids even if they haven't told us a drill the younger kids may not quite understand that they could get very scared which he says doesn't accomplish anything he says parents should be notified ahead of a drill so their child won't be traumatized right now it's looking real cloudy in sixty seven degrees of Patrick Osborne get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com Hey this is don and you're listening to the best of don and don right now that we're gonna be live at five thirty so you don't go anywhere and will be on all the way till ten thanks for tuning in you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ how much does it cost to raise a child in America yeah this the headline reads millennials have reported sticker shock and how much it costs to raise a kid this according to better money habits it's a new US study by bank of America more than half of the say that they underestimate the cost almost half say they feel restricted in what they can do financially due to the high cost associated with parenthood you are as one of them you could speak to that more that I can't it it seems to me by it that there is probable isn't it just pretty much a constant constant outflow yeah the study surveyed nineteen hundred and three Americans between the ages of eighteen and seventy three how are they reported noted the lineal respondents between the ages of twenty four and forty one as a stand out from other generations over their childhood concerns yet to raise a child born in twenty fifteen the projected cost is two hundred and thirty three thousand dollars according to the US department of agriculture in the latest expenditures on children my family's report that's average did that does that seem low to you as far as your personal experience seems like a lot of money a recent report from Merrill Lynch also echoes this six figure price tag which factors in grocery health education childcare costs necessary for raising a child to the age of eighteen now of course these figures do very by region of course the cost jumps to two hundred and sixty five thousand in urban northeast which also you know happens to be the most expensive very to raise a child according to the USDA findings if you're raising a boy this most of that go towards acts yes yeah spray yes now rule areas are or at least expensive for us to raise a child at a hundred and ninety three thousand on average likewise the annual housing costs per child was about four thousand dollars and urban locals and twenty four hundred in the rule areas annual food costs for infants ages two and under have the wall you don't have the least expense which is estimated to be about fifteen hundred by the age of fifteen to seventeen that's about three grand lot more pizzas to consume at that age is going to say action pizza yeah for the broken down food is said to make up eighteen percent of the total child raising cost while housing makes up twenty nine percent transportation fifteen percent healthcare costs nine percent clothing six percent childcare and education sixteen percent of them miscellaneous stuff about seven percent that's up to the age of seventeen and if they go off to college I guess those numbers just go through the roof at that point well it you're not required to pay for college are you not yeah you know this is it we're just talking food air medical water yeah as a result of these many expenditures fifty nine percent of millennial parents admits that they didn't realize how much it costs to raise a child in this bank of America study another forty eight percent of millennial parents image that they feel restricted in what they can do with their money because they have a child yeah I you know I I I I stay aware of that anytime that came in not having children I have some unexpected high expense in our lives I always have to remind myself okay at least you didn't have to shell out you you're in shock right now but but think about the alternative you didn't shell out thousands and thousands for kids growing up millennials so they weren't the only generation that thought of finance before they started a family but they did think it up about a whole lot more according to this bank of America study which found that fifty eight percent of these young parents consider their income before starting a family yeah Gen X. respond it's on the other hand were less likely to consider finances by a slight margin forty nine percent baby boomer respondents were the least likely to consider their finances as a group at forty six percent I mean I think about I think back growing up and you sure at least I do not think a lot of kids do as well just literally do think that money grows on trees and anytime you ask for it it's going to be there Andrew plepler with the bank of America study group to explain why millennials are so concerned about this quotes on the whole millennial habits are encouraging and their savings are growing but at the same time they're still carrying substantial data juggling competing responsibilities and pressures that make it hard for them to feel secure a bank of America study also found ability parents are likely to Kerry debts than those of their childless counterparts eighty percent versus seventy two percent yeah yeah I can I I can see that for sure I mean I even got a thing okay the expenses are huge for kids if you already have a ton of debt which is more and more common you're adding that to it and but you decided to go down this road and so there you go it is what it is if you want to keep them alive and breathing and closed and smelling good you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ you're listening to the best of the Todd show we had dined here somewhere we're live at five thirty news ready okay.
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"The California teachers association hearing set to begin next week in the impeachment inquiry into president trump house Republicans have submitted a list of witnesses they want to hear testify which includes the former vice president's son hunter Biden as well as the anonymous whistle blower the chairman of the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff said he'll consider the Republican requests but cautioned this inquiry will not serve as a vehicle to undertake this same sham investigations into the bidens or twenty sixteen that the president pressed Ukraine to conduct ABC's David Wright booze at the World Series cheers in Tuscaloosa for president trump who attended the LSU Alabama football game Saturday the crimson tide's home crowd cheered when trouble was introduced at the game pitting the top two teams in the country the LSU Tigers one Germany marks the thirtieth anniversary Saturday of the opening of the Berlin Wall a pivotal moment in the events that brought down communism in Eastern Europe leaders from five countries attended the ceremony taught it ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a new burst fire in southern California is causing fear it's burning in the Hollywood Hills area near Warner brothers studios the good news is it's only three acres and there's no went but while it's moving away from structures it's spreading toward the popular four thousand acre Griffith park privately run prisons will be bad in California under a new law that goes into effect January first it calls for all private lock ups to be phased out by twenty twenty eight but that's not stopping the federal government the Los Angeles Times reports ISIS posted a notice soliciting contracts with private prison operators to run expand for existing detention centers for immigrants the national rifle association has withdrawn its lawsuit against him Francisco over the city's resolution it labeling the gun rights group a terrorist organization lawyers for the NRA filed a notice of dismissal in U. S. District Court every city officials said they were only expressing an opinion and not ordering the boycott those are top stories I am in Jellico B. O. high taking care of the K. traffic.
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"Why the national teachers' association the big teachers' union why they did this big vote on abortion and and porting roe V. Wade all the stuff and by the way they talk about a person's right to choose they don't talk about a woman's right to choose any more because men can get pregnant now not sure if you knew that there did you did you are you familiar with that you know I'm still kind of a little bit confused on him but I don't know what's using him in for all of human history only women get pregnant but as right that got that point there that's kind of what I'm stuck on all of well times have changed Eirik will clearly yeah I would say just a couple months ago amending men can now get pregnant and therefore I lotions yeah it's just the kind of the whole he said throughout his come around I've been this way you know it's it's a new day it's very exciting now you got to take precautions I guess you can try it at any moment all we just happens just like that man but I mean if you get it what if the teachers association is successful then you can always get your books I see so that's why that's why yeah more of an inclusive measure varied I see very close we talked last week about why the teachers association feels the need to comment on pro life cost zero the NRA doesn't vote on supporting pro life groups so what what gets does intersection out if some of you the sixty second burst and I wanna play quicker you are defined we all are defined by the number of victim groups that you belong to if you are of a if you are a member of a lot of the two groups and that's great good for you you're you're high on the hierarchy but if you are not a member of a lot of victim groups but let's say you're straight white guy then you get bonus points for allying with the other victims causes so the teachers they're a victim group I would have paid enough even as they have the summer off the right to use our pay enough this legally a couple victim points for that not many but they get way more street cred when they come out and support other victim groups and other progressive causes as well which supporting abortion is is one of those right women's rights so that that's but you're fifty three seconds ago there's intersection outing is it everywhere what do you want to quit so please consider this is the I. Z. is I'm sorry is going to stand up special on Netflix I've seen like have that I like it I like him you like him Eric are you a fan of Aziz Ansari's funny is right he's got a legal yeah he's got a got it yeah which which I like to and this is a section of the two clubs there is talking about how uptight we all are right everything's gonna be PC I say the right thing got a project the right social stances major bonus points if you waive the gay pride flag outside your business what is the first what did you do with the swear words in this clip I believe I just deleted them out no beep beep yeah some of the more you could you could take it out without it okay too badly.
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"From the California teachers association coming up a coal car sounds like a smart idea but it can also be a hot opportunity for cart the leaving the vehicle running with the key or fob inside makes it easy to steal so don't leave your car running unattended at least use a remote starter and keep the car walked up one warms up and never run the car close garage that creates the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning if you know something about car theft call us at one eight hundred tell them I see be a public service message from the national insurance crime bureau news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. today you can wake up refreshed knowing that last night show is waiting for you with podcasting listen on your way to work and again on your way home or listen to one of over a thousand our time shows from the past five years the Coast insider club is a must have feature for all coast to coast AM was visit close to close a M. dot com to sign up today you'll sleep like a baby knowing you'll never miss your favorite guest or topics ever again remember a one year subscription comes out to only fifteen cents a day sign up today goes to goes to a dot com easy the only great to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred.
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"A message from the California teachers association. Now, trending on news, ninety three point one BK's sponsored by Audi. Rockland, Oregon governor Kate Brown deployed the state police Thursday to round up Republican lawmakers who fled the capital, the block vote on climate change. Republicans want that proposal to lower greenhouse gas emissions to be sent to voters instead of being decided by lawmakers. Although Oregon state police are allowed to force lawmakers into a patrol car to return them to the capital. They said they would instead use polite communication to get the lawmakers. All right. Well, the Federal Aviation Administration and international airlines are now restricting flights near the region where US drone was shot down by Iran. It is the latest of tensions ratcheting up in the Middle East following multiple incidents. ABC's James Longman is in Dubai near the strait of Hormuz and joins us now live with the latest. So this takes effect immediately. Correct. James. Absolutely. Another of at ready. To that flights one in United has suspended one of its flights guide you to Mumbai on it a really, really loves country. Any place where a lot of flight has to cross myself came here from Seoul in South Korea would did cross Iran now that same flight will have to be rerouted. And so people traveling all over the world flight, take a little bit longer if they're going to have to it. If would narrative would've crossed Iran onto, for example. London to Australia flight long. We will see, I mean, remember Detroit. And people think of. Control things that you could fly around the case, this thing is about the size of an actual allina at flight twice the heights. I sixty thousand feet and I think it took a people by the Iranian capability to bring this thing out of the sky, you can't blame me that I'm taking this proposal. No absolutely not. I mean had there been reports from pilots that they were seeing more military activity in the area before this ban went into effect. We haven't we haven't had anything along those lines. This is something that we stayed full. Fol. When when these things happen, I remember when the incident in Egypt in the Sinai, went down by the cycle unac- state, that it was a media that there was any jet stall on at lines flying about pot of Egypt and the same thing. So I think it would be a matter of time. We'll see we'll see flights regime. I imagine as part of the world, but it all depends on what the Trump doesn't ex-. We can see if this miniature action because the White House will, I know commenting on the reasons why Donald Trump decided to change his mind have said, but miniature action is still on the table. So people here in the United Arab Emirates people across this region. Waiting with baited breath to see just what it is the American society, next in James at Leeds quickly into my next question for you is, what is the temperature in Dubai, where people they're surprised at the reports that the president initially ordered the airstrike in then backed away from it? What was the reaction there? I think most surprised that he backed away because I think people really think the Americans look to this. Conflict is often colored by the constant rivalry between Iran speaking Saudi Arabia and its allies to see to see the Americans initially come up with the idea to talk. I think people that was good to happen. Now, waiting to see what happens next, because, you know, the Iranians if they all attacked they oversee konkco toe to toe with the American military doesn't have any kind of military capability will they do have the ability to activate epochs in countries all across this region in places where the American interesting took in into Palestinian territories Yemen, Iraq. So Donald Trump is obviously aware about five on will be will be pub-, the reading, I would guess, full him his decision to buy Colson this, because the Iranians can respond in kind they can do other things to make life very difficult for the United States. James, thank you so much for your time, and your insight this morning. We do appreciate it. ABC's James Longman in Dubai. Let's get out to the roads right now. And check in with Brian Noble's Brian, how you doing? Pretty good. This is brought to you by rallies and BelAir. No delays on eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cap. 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"We do this city. Teachers association is postponing its plan to may twenty seconds strike. The walkout was initially scheduled protests. What the cessation calls massive unfair labor practices committed by the second city unified school district to postpone the strike follows an announcement by state superintendent, Tony, Thurman, that he would convene representatives from the district, the Sacramento county office of education and the California. Fiscal crisis management and assistance team in an effort to achieve labor peace and address the district's budget crisis. So once again, Sacramento city teachers association postponing, what had been a strike planned for six days from today. Okay. And we're going to take a quick check of Dan Connery. Here he is filling in for about walls tonight. Hey, dan. What's on the agenda? Hey, good evening, you guys. How you doing? Glad to be here tonight. We have immigration, a new paradigm for immigration, and we have a new approach fry a lot of states regarding abortion. Is this a new movement? Is this a new culture war with the federal legislation note is Roe v? Wade, we'll take a look at that, and, yeah, lots going on tonight, then my brains completely upside down, and I'm joined the heck out of this country right now. And but I'm always privileged daughter, too. Well, follow you guys and lead ins you guys as well the great kitty O'Neil and Mike Hagerty. I, I missed you guys terribly I look forward to seeing you miss. We. We miss you too. And it'll be great to see in person and be great to hear you. On the Pat Walsh show in just a couple of minutes. All right. Have a great night. Dan? Everybody's stick around for that, Mike. We'll be back tomorrow for. Yes, we will have a good evening. -cremento.
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"Barros teachers association president David Fisher disputes that he says the reason for the layoffs is an unspecified drop. In enrollment the district will hold a special board meeting this evening to authorize the final layoff notices several students from the Sacramento region and the bay area protested the state teacher's pensions program which invests in fossil fuels around twenty students took a day off from school to attend to cultures public board meeting and protests, the state teachers retirement system's investment in companies like shell and Exxon Mobil, seventh-grader Samantha says she believes her generation will pay the price for the damage that has being done to the environment. Today wanted to biggest contributors to this. It's saying something that retired teachers are willing to fund to destroy our feature characters says more than six billion dollars invested in fossil fuel. Company's spokesperson. Michelle Macedo says calcium also has investments in companies with low carbon footprints that are actively fighting climate change. What we do is we make sure that in the end the nine hundred and fifty thousand people who expect a retirement defined bench and pension from calendars get their retirement blunt news ninety three point one K F K A San Francisco doctors now being investigated allegations unlawfully providing medical exemptions for vaccinations. The San Francisco city attorney's office issued a subpoena for medical records from Dr Kenneth Stoller to see whether he violated the state's nuance laws by providing medical exemptions for patients who may not have qualified for them. Officials say Stoller may have put children and others at risk for contracting communicable disease state, lawmakers are debating a Bill would require medical exemptions be approved by the state instead of a local doctor, California Democrats in the House Judiciary committee want to see attorney general Bill bar held in contempt of congress. The democrat control. Old committee voted yesterday. The Senate contempt referral to the full house after bar refused. To honor a subpoena for the unredacted Muller report East Bay congressman and twenty twenty candidate Eric's. Well, well, says the report chronicles and attack on America. We were attacked by a foreign adversary. And we have an attorney general who refuses to give us the details of that attack this opinion question also demanded all underlying evidence in the Miller report before the committee vote, President Trump asserted executive privilege in an attempt to seal redacted portions of the report and underlying materials White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says a less redacted version of the report has been offered to Democrats but ads they are asking for information. They know they can't have let's get you up the top national stories on this Thursday morning on news ninety three point one k of PK..
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"Mosques Zealand moans with you. We are one prime minister just into our Dern thousands of people also gathered for a mass funeral burying twenty six of the fifty people murdered in those attacks. The accused gunman is behind bars. This is Fox News. Tweet WIP. See more news on the level on the go. It was part of an active shooter drills skies are clear cells the radars thirty-five on monument circle. I'm John Herrick for Bilas Chrysler Dodge Jeep ram. Here's what's trending at six. Oh, two testimony at the state house says teachers were shot by plastic pellets across the back ninety three W I B C's. Chris Davis reports on why they want that kind of drill band because it hurt apparently the teachers came away with Welsh cuts and scratches their request and the request by the Indiana state. Teachers association is that language be added to the school safety Bill that says teachers can no longer be shot at with any kind of ammo as part of an active shooter training. Chris Davis Ninety-three WIBC mobile news accusation of sexual battery against him is not a crime of dishonesty nor a violation of trust. That's something. Indiana, attorney general Curtis hill sat in response to the Indiana supreme court disciplinary Commission's report that he'll committed professional misconduct hills. Attorney said no disciplinary panel should be formed. By the court to determine whether he should be punished for previous accusations against him. He's accused of groping four women and a legislative party last year. Police are now using a drone to try and find a missing eight month old baby out of Indianapolis named Maya Robertson, a maya's. Grandfather told wish TV that amber Robertson, a maya's mother was talking to detectives again yesterday investigators thinks she and her boyfriend Robert Lyons may have had a fight before a Mayer disappeared last week CVS is now selling CBD products in Indiana. Indiana's one of eight states were CBS will sell it. They include creams sprays roll on's lotions, but will not include supplements or food additives containing CBD, this comes after CBD products sales were legalized in Indiana last year, the Purdue Boilermakers moving on in the NCAA tournament. They beat Old Dominion last night. Sixty one to forty eight produce no gel eastern hurt his ankle and pregame warmups and sat out the first half. But he later said he was good to go in the second half..