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"tino llegan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Cape okay morning news well this morning we are hearing from a lawyer from the trump administration who is suing California over a state law signed by governor Newsome requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns in order to get on the state's primary ballot this is by the way the second lawsuit that's been filed against California on this topic this is attorney army Dylan who says the law is unconstitutional our lawsuit students to get a declaration from the court about the qualifications clause also to uphold the first amendment right California voters and then finally there's an equal protection argument by treating members of parties differently with respect to this primary ballot thing as opposed to people who vote for unaffiliated candidates doing expects to win given that not even Congress can ask for an individual's tax returns without proper legislative purpose family members of the gunmen in a mass shooting at a California food festival are telling their stories about what happened the family of St Tino llegan say they are deeply shocked horrified by his actions they said in a statement yesterday that they would never condone the quote hateful thoughts and ideologies that led to the incident and that it was impossible for them to reconcile his actions with the sun that they thought they knew we get open fire the Gilroy garlic festival on July twenty eighth before shooting himself three people were killed and thirteen were injured authorities have opened a domestic terrorism case into the incident after finding a target list containing religious institutions courthouses and other sites that were compiled by the government and across the news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. we have an update for you this morning on a story we talked about here yesterday morning segment of supervisors are now considering spending one point eight million dollars to re activate red light cameras that have been out of service since the beginning of the year supervisor don Natoli says he expects contracts with new vendors will ultimately be approved it was stressed by those giving information from here so far but also by colleagues in in the staff report that it has reduced collisions at intersections significantly over the years has been in place and was data behind out provided by sheer supportable in the previous report in today's report and so there was some sense of urgency this will be open to public discussion and comment at the board's next meeting which is August twentieth law enforcement officials hope to have the cameras operating again by September first California hotels are taking steps to combat human trafficking chip Rogers president of the American hotel and lodging association says hotel staff will look for signs of trouble our ultimate goal is the trafficking be completely eradicated from ever U. S. hotel the single best way to prevent trafficking in hotels is to make sure that the staff is trained the national human trafficking hotline says that in California last year there were over sixteen hundred cases of human trafficking reported and over thirteen hundred calls from victims and survivors president trump and democratic presidential candidate Beto o'rourke or in a war of words after last weekend's mass shooting in Texas president trump is not necessarily making is planned visit to el Paso anymore welcome after a tweet attack against former el Paso representative Beto o'rourke who's been attacking the president since the shooting occurred trump tweeted a war Tuesday accusing him of having a phony Hispanic first name in an attempt to appeal to voters Beto has been called Beto since his parents gave the nickname as an infant trump also said a Rourke is embarrassed by his poor polling numbers and that he should be quiet Rourke replied the twenty two people are dead as a result of an act of terror inspired by trump's racism and that neither he nor el Paso would be quiet Mike Bauer NBC news radio everything a little bit more into this right now president trump will be visiting Dayton Ohio and el Paso Texas today following the weekend mass shootings and this hour's featured audio clip is from Beto o'rourke Democrat from Texas he was asked on CNN buy a biased host we should say why some people in Texas don't think president trump should visit el Paso I was just talking to somebody listening.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KOMO

"Of top my list I know that it was going to be a good opportunity to try to get there and learn especially Seoul be here with a guy like that Joe Flacco expected to start at quarterback for the Broncos in that Thursday night pre season game at CenturyLink lousy news in a tough baseball season for the mariners utility man Tim Beckham gets an eighty game suspension for violating major league baseball's P. E. D. policy using a banned anabolic steroid Beckham issued a statement taking full responsibility and apologized to fans the team and his family sports update to ten and forty after the hour I'm bill Swarts on the home of the Huskies come owners are come on news time six eleven it appears the mayor of Dayton Ohio nan Whaley is reluctant for the president to visit her city after nine were killed in that mass shooting over the weekend meanwhile Ohio's governor wants to implement a plan to prevent future shootings in Ryan burrows following at all for A. B. C. news and talk about it with couples Taylor band size there's no shortage of words from the national politicians after mass shootings like this but what sort of action is Ohio's governor prepare to take at the state level he laid out a seventeen point plan it includes a number of different issues everything from background checks stricter punishments yet to gun offenders in one form or another more mental health treatment at least when it comes to availability and laid out a series of things that he says he knows will not prevent every bad thing from happening the things that would make this state of Ohio much safer if these seventeen actions that were implemented in and he didn't mince any words saying that he wants all seventeen of them not just one or two things here and there he thinks that all of them together will help whether it be for mental health treatment whether it be for restricting guns whether it be for punishing stronger people who have gone to should not have gone live so that the that that with his perspective and actually man we leave the the mayor here I agree with him and stop that this was a good step for an agreed with everything but thought that the the the governor I did a good job of laying that out politically speak is the governor likely to face much push back in accomplishing those goals and you know we'll see this was a very dramatic events for the state of Ohio we get the president coming here tomorrow we'll hear what he had to say if anything about the the restrictions that when it comes to guns when it comes to mental health things like that and we'll see how it plays throughout the state this is still very much an open wound in the state so I I think people are kind of gingerly coming out that that you've got people from both sides the that have been very vocal in the last few days but we'll see when when push comes to shove it you've got up with you know signatures on paper that kind of where they land ABC's Ryan borough with us on come on news and that's come was Taylor band size the investigating and in the investigation into the shooting at the annual garlic festival in Gilroy California has taken a new turn ABC special friends and has more the F. B. I. announcing its opening a full domestic terror investigation into the garlic festival shooting in California we have seen a fractured ideology the shooter appear to have an interest in varying competing violent ideologies San Francisco special agent in charge John Bennett says federal investigators don't have a motive yet but found evidence the alleged gunman had a target lists and Tino llegan the alleged shooter shot by officers on scene and autopsy report determined llegan died by a self inflicted gunshot wound Michelle Franzen ABC news and coming up on six fourteen marina rock injure with our como triple a traffic.

"tino llegan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The news that she knew he had a strong interest in violent ideology but never reported it to the authority there is nothing I could have gone to the authorities west because he didn't have any concrete plans you can't you can't arrest someone for wanting some Dayton isn't the only recent mass shooting to draw the attention of federal investigators FBI announcing its opening a full domestic terror investigation into the garlic festival shooting in California we have seen a fractured ideology the shooter appear to have an interest in varying competing violent ideologies San Francisco special agent in charge John Bennett says federal investigators don't have a motive yet but found evidence the alleged gunman had a target lists and Tino llegan the alleged shooter shot by officers on scene and autopsy report determined llegan died by a self inflicted gunshot wound Michelle Franzen ABC news residential confirming on tour to help go to el Paso tomorrow where a gunman killed twenty two people at a Walmart as well as state and to meet with first responders and some of the mass shooting victims a federal judge this three abortion restriction she blocked from taking effect in Arkansas will remain on hold while she considers a lawsuit challenging them the American civil liberties union has filed suit against the trump administration's expansion of deportation power saying they violate constitutional rights and could lead to the deportation of U. S. citizens last month the trump administration announce that agents can now deported migrants without requiring them to appear before judges your listening to ABC news Sony's.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lawsuit that aims to throw out the affordable Care Act made a stop in Phoenix today said house minority leader Charlene Fernandez spoke at the event this morning the one thing the Arizona desert the thing above most is that when their children get sick when they get sick they are able to go to the hospital she says the affordable Care Act does need some changes but that it should be thrown out entirely Arizona is part of a twenty state coalition that filed a lawsuit arguing the affordable Care Act is unconstitutional right after victims and family members of the el Paso mass shooting get services and resources of the county attorney bill Montgomery says local state federal and international authorities must coordinate the prosecutorial response to ensure that the investigation is this hello complete objectives and quick as possible and sometimes those interests can be competing because you have to build a constitutionally sound case number tells errors on his morning news Mexican nationals were among the twenty two dead and twenty six injured in that shooting the suspected shooter is in custody and the FBI has entered into the investigation into the Dayton Ohio mass shooting citing the government's interest in violent ideology the head of the F. B. I.'s Cincinnati field office says investigators will try to determine what ideologies influence the twenty four year old shooter as well as who might have helped him and why he chose the entertainment district as his target date is police chief says the gunman had expressed a desire to commit a mass shooting and the investigation into that shooting at the annual garlic festival in Gilroy California has taken a new turn federal law enforcement is expanding the investigation into the shooter and background that led to that attack the FBI announcing its opening a full domestic terror investigation into the garlic festival shooting in California we have seen a fractured ideology the shooter appear to have an interest in varying competing violent ideologies San Francisco special agent in charge John Bennett says federal investigators don't have a motive yet but found evidence the alleged gunman had a target lists and Tino llegan the alleged shooter shot by officers on scene and autopsy report determined llegan died by a self inflicted gunshot wound Michelle Franzen ABC news time to see how the traffic.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Deadly killings in Texas and Ohio but that's wrong says deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley you have to blame the people here who pulled the trigger those are the ones who are evil those are the ones who are sick and mentally ill and those are the ones that have to be dealt with get Lee says we would never dream of blaming democratic politicians for mass shootings and that it's ridiculous to connect politicians to the actions of evil people great clutched in the White House president trump and the First Lady will be visiting el Paso in Dayton on Wednesday the FBI is opening a domestic terrorism investigation into the shooting at a popular California food festival nineteen year old gunman sent Tino llegan president trump and the First Lady will be visiting el Paso in Dayton on Wednesday the FBI is opening a domestic terrorism investigation into the shooting at a popular California food festival nineteen year old gunman sent Tino llegan fatally shot three people before turning the gun on himself on July twenty eighth at the popular in Gilroy garlic festival thirteen others were injured authorities have still not disclosed a possible motive in this case also in general dot com correspondent Charles de Ledesma is reporting the side of the world's two biggest economies engaging in a tent for tat economic dispute as shaken investors the fact that China has the his currency stabilized is offering some hope to investors the sides might try to keep the situation from escalating further in town stocks are higher the Chinese central bank said it is committed to maintaining the basic stability of the U. N. as a reasonable and balanced level it is the night improperly manipulating the exchange rate saying the currency's decline is market driven gore's one at Charles de Ledesma aftermarket towards day of the year on Monday Wall Street has rebounded the Dow up three hundred twelve points the nasdaq ahead one hundred seven more on these stories at town hall dot com when it comes to your pain many of you might be skeptical.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mass shootings correspondent Greg Clarkson has more some Democrats believe the president's rhetoric is responsible for the deadly killings in Texas and Ohio but that's wrong says deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley you have to blame the people here who pulled the trigger those are the ones who are evil those are the ones who are sick and mentally ill and those are the ones that have to be dealt with Gidley says we would never dream of blaming democratic politicians for mass shootings and that it's ridiculous to connect politicians to the actions of evil people Greg clutched in the White House president trump and the First Lady will be visiting el Paso in Dayton on Wednesday the FBI is opening a domestic terrorism investigation into the shooting at a popular California food festival nineteen year old gunman sent Tino llegan fatally shot three people before turning the gun on himself on July twenty eighth at the popular Gilroy garlic festival thirteen others were injured authorities have still not disclosed a possible motive in this case also a townhall dot com correspondent Charles de Ledesma is reporting the side of the world's two biggest economies engaging in a tent for tat economic dispute as shaken investors the fact that China has the his currency stabilized is offering some hope to investors the sides might try to keep the situation from escalating further in time stocks are higher the Chinese central bank said it is committed to maintaining the basic stability of the U. N. as a reasonable and balanced level it is the night improperly manipulating the exchange rate saying the currency's decline is market driven correspondent Charles de Ledesma after markets worst day of the year on Monday Wall Street has rebounded the Dow up three hundred twelve points the nasdaq ahead one hundred seven more on these stories at townhall dot com when it comes to your pain many of you might be skeptical like.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And weather and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm Jill Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. because a at the Santa Clara county coroner's ruling the Gilroy garlic festival shooters death a suicide you'll weigh police chief Scott Smith he doesn't believe the new information is incompatible with earlier police reports I don't think it contradicts anything the same service basically you know whether he was able to get a shot off into his hand at some point after we shot I mean that will change any of the service about bands that occurred at the city nineteen year old son Tino llegan killed three people and injured about a dozen more with an assault rifle investigators are still trying to figure out his motive a bill signed this week by California governor Gavin Newsom paves the way for homeowners and renters to portray religious symbols on their doors Matt Wagner of the anti defamation league says it covers all religions three legislation protects the display of a religious item within fifteen by thirty square inches as long as it does not interfere with the opening or closing of a door that it doesn't interfere with building operations and that it is posted due to a sincere religious beliefs the bill bars landlords and homeowners associations from prohibiting people from displaying religious items on doors and door frames northern California's wine country is still waiting to get more than two hundred million dollars in federal funding nearly two years after wildfires the money authorized by Congress last February would help finance reconstruction and build new apartments for low income homeowners and renters affected by the flames I'm Joe Michael's news ninety three point one K. 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"tino llegan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Down the suspected Gilroy gunmen are still being praised as heroes even though they didn't fire the fatal bullet a California coroner's preliminary reports show saying Tino llegan shot himself in the head at last Sunday's garlic festival police say the nineteen year old randomly killed a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl and a college graduate and wounded thirteen others the new governor of Porter Rico says his commitment to the people is stronger than ever Pedro Pierluisi was sworn in Friday replacing Ricardo rose sale who resigned amid massive street protests part of a popular beach in San Diego was closed after a deadly cliff collapse first responders and lifeguards dug out five people after rock and soil fell on top of them Friday afternoon at grand view surf beach a woman did not survive three others are in the hospital and the fifth victim was treated at the scene the cliff remains unstable but the wooden staircase above it has not been impacted crews use search dogs to make sure no one else was buried the FBI believes Amazon drivers could be part of a theft ring involving millions of dollars worth of packaged goods the FBI says in the past six years the peppering leader has received at least ten million dollars by selling items on Amazon a search warrant affidavit unsealed in Seattle says two contract Amazon delivery drivers were involved investigators say store front businesses posing as pawn shop but the good from shoplifters and then resold them online Tom Roberts NBC news radio police and fire in North Texas are mourning an officer involved shooting that left a woman dead Arlington police chief will Johnson said the officer was not trying to shoot Margarita Brooks on Thursday but was aiming at a charging dog everything about this call is an absolute tragedy our hearts are broken for the Brooks family and the police officer involved Brooks is the daughter of an Arlington fire captain you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio president trump has quietly piled more sanctions on Russia the sanctions put into effect by an executive order signed by the president this week are in connection to the poisoning of Sergei CCRI Paul in the UK in March of twenty eighteen a first round of sanctions was put into effect in connection with the incident as required by the nineteen ninety one chemical and biological weapons act that same law also requires a second round of sanctions if it cannot be determined if a country in question has stopped using chemical weapons bills and for NBC news radio North Carolina is the first southern state to ban the use of state funds for conversion therapy for minors democratic governor Roy Cooper signed an executive order on Friday that prevents state money from being used to try and change the sexual orientation or gender identity of a minor Cooper said there are about three hundred and twenty thousand adults in his state who identify as LGBTQ of Florida Democrat wants Congress to investigate the situation surrounding financier Jeffrey abstained Joe Malcolm reports U. S. representative Lois Frankel is joined with the democratic women's caucus in a letter to the house oversight committee they want to probe launched into the thirteen months that Eckstine spent under the watch of the Palm Beach county sheriff's office after reports he was allowed to arrange for sex while he was serving time much of which was spent at his office the sheriff's office has also launched both internal and criminal investigations Frankel also wants Congress to look into Eckstine so called sweetheart deal with prosecutors back in two thousand eight multi millionaire now faces several federal sex trafficking charges in connection to underage girls San Francisco International Airport is becoming the first in the United States to ban the sale of single use plastic water bottles the ban takes effect August twentieth and complies with the city ordinance but airport officials say it's being done willingly as part of the airport's plan to reduce carbon emissions and eliminate most of landfill waste by twenty twenty one Brian shook NBC news radio hi.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KTOK

"Deborah Hamel was pulled over recently for driving with a broken tail light but she refused to sign the eighty dollar ticket and the officer didn't take it lightly may not be fair with you step out now your honor us I'm placing you under arrest do not do not take step out now we're beyond that Hammell actually got back into our truck and let the officer on a brief pursuit when she finally did stopping get out she kicked the officer in the grind and then refused to put her hands behind her back and that's when the officer deployed his taser Hamel was arrested and she's been charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest a very special visitor today at Tinker Air Force base chief master sergeant of the Air Force Calif right will visit Tinker this afternoon for an immersion to word to get a better understanding of tinkers mission as the supporting installation for reading this and the Air Force right visited Vance Air Force base in Enid on Monday Oklahoma U. S. senators Jim in Hoffman James Lankford today helped introduce legislation that would promote stem cell research without creating or destroying human embryos in hall says it's common sense in the right thing to do Lankford says human life is sacred at every stage regardless of a person's size or degree of dependency still no arrest in a fatal shooting Monday night at a hotel in Oklahoma City but police have identified the victim he was forty eight year old Gerald Jones he was shot outside the relax in in the twenty two hundred block of north east twenty third street and police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash near like Stanley draper it happened about eight o'clock last night on the south side of the lake near southwest one hundred nineteenth police say it appears the driver messed up curves and police now believe the deadly shooting at a California garlic festival was pre planned authorities say that they have recovered body armor and other tactical gear from the Nevada home of nineteen year old send Tino llegan is accused of killing three people and injuring twelve others during Sunday's attack.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Signed a bill requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns before they can be on the primary ballot you've seen over the course of years and years these norms being challenged and laws being passed to address those norms to codify best practices president Donald Trump is not released his tax returns Newsome says presidents have released tax return since Richard Nixon and he called it an appropriate law a similar bill was vetoed by ex governor Jerry Brown in two thousand seventeen who said he did not believe it was constitutional police now believe the deadly shooting at the Gilroy garlic festival was pre planned authorities recovered body armor a gas mass empty ammo boxes in gun pamphlets from the Nevada home of nineteen year olds and Tino llegan he's accused of killing three people and injuring a dozen during Sunday's attacking Gilroy investigators are now point over legions digital footprint in hopes of finding some sort of answer as to why he went on his rampage he was killed during a shoot out with cops and officials now believe that he most likely acted alone Jason Kempin Donia news ninety three point one K. of PK apartment of water resources has released a report on water and sustainability the update is part of a five year plan that is mandated by state law Akela Moses is with the department of water resources and says by highlighting priorities different water interests can join forces and make conservation a reality and again based off of that at the same ability outlet and that the goal of that is to kind of and be able to measure V. and vacation and the kind of return on investments that come from establishing these different visions goals and recommended actions Moses.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In an extended debate on CNN a cap full comprehensive Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren found themselves on the defensive over their health care plan understand why anybody does to all the trouble of running for president of the United States just to talk about what we really can't do and shouldn't fight for more moderate Democrats said the plane could be a disaster all see that certainly bad politics we are more worried about winning an argument than winning an election round two tonight brings the front runner Joe Biden Jamie breaks down as major moments from last night's debate on this blog WSB radio dot com a second person is arrested for what to cap police called the hate motivated killing of a gay man indicator witnesses say two masked robber shot at a gay slur before fatally shooting Ronald Peters last month an orchard circle Scheele Morse now charged with felony murder and armed robbery George is one of only four states that does not have harsher hate crime charges a third person of interest remains at large the FBI says the nineteen year old who killed three people and wounded more than a dozen others at the Gilroy garlic festival in California was living in a remote area of Nevada but had previously lived in Gilroy special agent Craig there says it doesn't appear sent Tino llegan was targeting one specific group but they're still learning about his beliefs that's important because depending on how he might be a line do not aligned that has different legal investigative implications says of Lincoln had been killed by police the attack would've been deadlier they now believe he likely acted alone the average home price in metro Atlanta jumps almost five percent over the last year the fourth largest gain among the country's largest markets a report from S. and P. CoreLogic and case Shiller finds Atlanta's ranking remains high despite fewer homes for sale overall home prices of slowed across the country but its says prices on the lower end of the scale of actually surged making it harder for first time home buyers to find a deal W. F. used on seven forty eight extravagant they could to look at I. five seventy five in.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That's double attack election security IBM Kate's darting says service search warrants link to a teenager who opened fire at an outdoor event in northern California killing three before he was shot dead by police correspondents are side reports nineteen year olds and Tino llegan took to social media before the attack on his Instagram he talks about the Gilroy garlic festival and items there being too expensive and then he talked about a white supremacist book it is filled with misogyny anti Christian anti somatic a really racist and race baiting fell bought that he recommended people to read the Senate's top Republican is defending his decision to block election security bills in Congress Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are trying to stop the legislation because it's a Trojan horse for democratic proposals well I'm not gonna let right Democrats and their water carriers in the media use rushes attack on our democracy as a Trojan horse for partisan wish list items that would not actually make our elections and effect Democrats are complaining McConnell last week blocked election security bills in Congress despite former special counsel Robert Muller is warning that Russian interference is still going on Linda Kenyan Washington two US service members have been killed today in Afghanistan as the trump administration works to end the nearly eighteen year old war the incident brings a number of US troops killed in Afghanistan this month to three and at least eleven have been killed in two thousand nineteen so far about fourteen thousand US troops are stationed in Afghanistan as part of the US led NATO mission to train assist and advise Afghan forces and that.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KGO 810

"You go festival attack election security I'm in case a darting says service search warrants link to a teenager who opened fire at an outdoor event in northern California killing three before he was shot dead by police correspondents are cider reports nineteen year olds and Tino llegan took to social media before the attack on his Instagram he talked about the Gilroy garlic festival and items there being too expensive and then he talked about a white supremacist book it is filled with misogyny anti Christian anti somatic a really racist and race baiting filled book that he recommended people to read the Senate's top Republican is defending his decision to block election security bills in Congress Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are trying to stop the legislation because it's a Trojan horse for democratic proposals well I'm not going to let right Democrats and their water carriers in the media use rushes attack on our democracy as a Trojan horse for partisan wishlist items that would not actually make our elections and he said Democrats are complaining McConnell last week blocked election security bills in Congress despite former special counsel Robert Muller is warning that Russian interference is still going on Linda Kenyan Washington two US service members have been killed today in Afghanistan as the trump administration works to end the nearly eighteen year old war the incident brings a number of US troops killed in Afghanistan this month to three and at least eleven have been killed in two thousand nineteen so far about fourteen thousand US troops are stationed in Afghanistan as part of the US led NATO mission to train assist and advise Afghan forces.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now a global news update festival attack election security IBM case at Artesia servicer towards link to a teenager who opened fire at an outdoor event in northern California killing three before he was shot dead by police correspondents are cider reports nineteen year olds and Tino llegan took to social media before the attack on his Instagram he talks about the Gilroy garlic festival and items there being too expensive and then he talked about a white supremacist book it is filled with misogyny anti Christian anti somatic a really racist and race baiting filled book that he recommended people to read the Senate's top Republican is defending his decision to block election security bills in Congress Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are trying to stop the legislation because it's a Trojan horse for democratic proposals well I'm not going to let ray Democrats and their water occurs in the media use rushes attack on our democracy as a Trojan horse for partisan wishlist items that would not actually make our elections in effect Democrats are complaining McConnell last week blocked election security bills in Congress despite former special counsel Robert Muller is warning that Russian interference is still going on Linda Kenny on Washington two US service members have been killed today in Afghanistan as the trump administration works to end the nearly eighteen year old war the incident brings a number of US troops killed in Afghanistan this month to three and at least eleven have been killed in two thousand nineteen so far about fourteen thousand US troops are stationed in Afghanistan as part of the US led NATO mission to train assist and advise Afghan forces and to carry out counterterrorism operations despite talks between the United States and the Taliban of violence in the country continues by micrometers on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average gained twenty nine points the S. and P. five hundred Dow five the nasdaq off thirty.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on WJR 760

"The civil attack election security I'm in case of Darden's as service search warrants link to a teenager who opened fire at an outdoor event in northern California killing three before he was shot dead by police correspondents are side reports nineteen year olds and Tino llegan took to social media before the attack on his Instagram he talks about the Gilroy garlic festival and items there being too expensive and then he talked about a white supremacist book it is filled with misogyny anti Christian anti somatic a really racist and race baiting fell book that he recommended people to read the Senate's top Republican is defending his decision to block election security bills in Congress Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans are trying to stop the legislation because it's a Trojan horse for democratic proposals well I'm not gonna let right Democrats and their water carriers in the media use rushes attack on our democracy as a Trojan horse for partisan wish list items that would not actually make our elections and effect Democrats are complaining McConnell last week blocked election security bills in Congress despite former special counsel Robert Muller is warning that Russian interference is still going on Linda Kenyan Washington two US service members have been killed today in Afghanistan as the trump administration works to end the nearly eighteen year old war the incident brings the number of US troops killed in Afghanistan this month to three and at least eleven have been killed in two thousand nineteen so far about fourteen thousand US troops are stationed in Afghanistan as part of the US led NATO mission to train assist and advise Afghan forces and to carry out counterterrorism operations despite talks between the United States and the Taliban of violence in the country continues I'm like for me to us on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average gained twenty nine points the S. and P. five hundred down five the nasdaq off thirty seven.

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"People and wounding a dozen before he was shot dead investigators say nineteen year old St Tino llegan was armed with an HK forty seven style assault rifle and cut through a fence to get into the Gilroy garlic festival without going through security correspondence defilement is there police here say they still don't know why the gunmen opened fire we don't have a motive for the shooting as yet that's your word police chief Scott Smith eve and it's still unclear if a second person was involved we don't have any confirmation that any second suspect did the shooting the day after people hearing Gil worry like Rhonda branch were reflecting on what took place no we're kind of like in the adrenaline last fight and then when I woke up this morning it hit me that yeah I am grateful to be alive could have been us we're Ackles sixty four men CBS news Gilroy California to American teenagers will remain behind bars in Rome accused of stabbing a police officer to death during an investigation of a drug deal gone wrong Sabina castle Franco reports the judge who wrote the order of holding the custody in a room prison of nineteen year old Finnigan the elder an eighteen year old Gabriel Christian not tally yours said the teams were at risk of leaving the country and of reiterating similar crimes the judge also concluded that neither of them understood the seriousness of the consequences of their actions showing an excessive immaturity Sabina castle Franco CBS news Rome president trump today signed a bill into law insuring that the nine eleven victim compensation fund for helping those impacted by the September eleventh two thousand one attacks never runs out of money this law makes permanent the financial support for families who lost precious loved ones.

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2 children among 3 killed in California festival shooting

The Takeaway

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

2 children among 3 killed in California festival shooting

"Police in Gilroy California have identified the gunman in last night's deadly shooting at a food festival is nineteen year old Centeno William Lee can four people including the gunman were killed and more than a dozen others were wounded and peers Eric Westervelt reports police are still looking for a possible second suspect Gilroy police say they believe sand Tino llegan cut through a fence near a creek to get around tight security at the annual garlic festival he then opened fire police say with a semi automatic assault type rifle purchased legally in Nevada earlier this month chief Scott Smith he says three of his officers likely save lives by engaging the gunmen in less than a minute despite the fact that they were out gunned with their handles against a rifle those three officers were able to fatally wound that suspect and at the event and it very quickly the chief says there's no word yet on motive and they're still investigating a possible second suspect the victims include a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl and a man in his

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"tino llegan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"tino llegan" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying police in Gilroy California have identified the gunman in last night's deadly shooting at a food festival is nineteen year olds Antena William leak and four people including the gunman were killed and more than a dozen others were wounded and peers Eric Westervelt reports police are still looking for a possible second suspect Gilroy police say they believe sand Tino llegan cut through a fence near a creek to get around tight security at the annual garlic festival he then opened fire police say with a semi automatic assault type rifle purchased legally in Nevada earlier this month chief Scott Smith he says three of his officers likely save lives by engaging the gunmen in less than a minute despite the fact that they were out gunned with the candles against a rifle those three officers were able to fatally wound that suspect and the event and it very quickly the chief says there's no word yet on motive and they're still investigating a possible second suspect the victims include a six year old boy a thirteen year old girl and a man in his twenties Eric Westervelt NPR news the British government says it will not release an Iranian flag will tanker in exchange for a British flag tanker that was detained by Iran and peers joined kisses has the latest from London a run captured a British flag oil tanker the stand and pero in the strait of Hormuz earlier this month Tehran has hinted that it might free this ten AM pero if Britain also releases the grace one and Ronnie an oil tanker that the British Royal Navy seized in Gibraltar on July fourth but Britain's new Foreign Secretary Dominic rob told the BBC that there can be no quid pro quo he says the grace one was detained legally for violating a U. oil sanctions on Syria wares around seizure of the stand and pero is state piracy that's the same phrase arounds foreign minister Javad Zarif used to describe Britton's capture of the grace one join I can guesses NPR news London following another weekend of clashes between protesters and police in Hong Kong the Chinese government has outlined its response stalwart support for the local administration of chief executive Carrie lam and the police Beijing says it wants no harm done to national security no challenge to the central government's authority and no outside interference and peers Julie McCarthy reports that Beijing's words were closely watched for clues on what direction Hong Kong will take it was the first briefing by the Beijing policy office on Hong Kong since the handover in a put the onus on the local administration to find a solution to the unrest that's convulsed Hong Kong for eight weeks but what it did not say was perhaps as significant as what it did there was no direct indication that the people's liberation army would be deployed to Hong Kong streets which would have a late the worst fears of many in Hong Kong this is NPR when Kentucky public school students returned to classes this fall they'll be greeted by new displays bearing the national motto in god we trust Josh James with member station W. UK why has the story the signs are now required under a new state law passed this year by the General Assembly while supporters point to the mottos history and prominence in the country as reasons to post the phrase in schools critics argue the signs could make students of differing fates feel on welcome under the law all public elementary and secondary schools in Kentucky must display the phrase in a prominent location by the start of the upcoming school year in twenty fourteen Kentucky lawmakers added in god we trust displays to the legislature's committee rooms for NPR news on Josh James in Lexington the latest deadly prison ride in Brazil this year is an especially grizzly one at least fifty two inmates were killed sixteen of them were decapitated officials say the unrest began early this morning at a facility in all to mere involving rival gangs two guards were reportedly taken hostage but were eventually released Canada's WestJet airlines says it's removing the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jet from its schedule until November fourth western is the country's second largest carrier the Max fleet has been grounded since its planes were involved in two deadly crashes in Indonesia and eat the yolk yep problem with the aircraft automatic anti stall systems is at the center of the investigations.

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