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"Port area. Behrooz. There was a fire there. It looked from at least one video taken by someone that buys if there was some small destinations, taking place and crackling the next minute is just the biggest explosion you've ever seen or heard. Back in this country. 18 months prison for Anthony Levandowski, the former Google engineer, pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets before joining Uber's effort to build self driving cars. You're listening to ABC News. Governor Mike DeWine says the plan is still being worked out to address competition and contact high school sports. We don't know exactly what is going to happen a CZ we move forward. We have been working Um, uh, John has been specifically working with I'll High School Athletic association working with coach is, um To try to get this thing figured out. The governor says he understands the importance of athletics for kids Lieutenant Governor John Huston, clearing up any confusion about the latest renewed order. On July 4th contact Sports were allowed to compete under a temporary order that required quarantine and cover 19 testing, but said that does not apply to fall sports like football as he continues to work on a new plan with the A. At this time, contact Sports are only allowed to practise, citing recommendations from both the Ohio Children's Hospital Association. And the Ohio chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics Governor DeWine issuing an order requiring masks be worn in K through 12 schools with a few medical exceptions after three straight days of new cases, staying under 1000 the Ohio Department of Health announced in 1143 Nuke Over 19 pace is 127 new hospitalizations, 23 new ICU admissions and 31 new desks were also In Tuesday's numbers. The governor during his briefing this afternoon, remember the nine lives that were lost in the Dayton, Mass shooting, which happened one year ago. Today, Dwyane called for a moment of silence before urging the General Assembly to take action on the strong Ohio gun legislation. Bill. Toledo City Council approved two new issues for the November ballot Monday. The first the issues approved is a renewal of the temporary 3/4 percent income tax for city operations that generation only $57 million annually for still removal, police fire park maintenance and clean water, among other services. Other issue is a temporary four year quarter percent income tax increase to pay for road repairs and we generate nearly $19 million annually. I'm Sean Gallagher from around.
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"Speaker of the House of the state of Ohio and four other defendants. For racketeering in relation to what is likely the largest bribery. Money laundering scheme ever perpetrated against the people. The state of Ohio U. S attorney for the Southern District of Ohio David DeVillars this afternoon as House Speaker Larry Householder and four associates were arrested this morning in connection to a $61 million bribery case involving House Bill six. Hey, Bela for two nuclear power plants in the state, the past in the Legislature and was signed into law. Former Ohio Republican chair Matt Gorgeous Neil Clark wants S Pittis and householders political advisor Jeff Long stretch where the others taken into custody by federal officials. Householder was charged with conspiracy to commit racketeering. He could face up to 20 years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000. A woman who allegedly shot to Franklin County deputies this morning then hit inside her. Columbus home is now in custody to members of the SWAT team were trying to take the suspect into custody for a mental evaluation when she opened fire and then retreated into the house. The deputies were shot in the leg and are expected to recover. The suspect was taken into custody after climbing onto the roof of her home. The four Toledo City Council members arrested in a Brize for votes Scheme haven't indicted on new charges announced today. Yvonne Harper, Larry Sykes, Gary Johnson and Tyrone Riley face counts of conspiracy and extortion. Kevin Mitchell, local attorney accused of taking part in the scheme, also now facing conspiracy and extortion charges. Harper Sykes, Johnson and Mitchell were set to appear before a federal judge via video conference this afternoon, but it was postponed every report that new charges will be filed. Ohio SCENE 1047 to cover 19 cases today with 30 new deaths. I'm Sean Gallagher. From around town world Your next headline Update happens at the bottom of the hour on NewsRadio, 6 10 W. Hi, Delilah here with an important message about a growing danger on our nation's roads. I'm sure you've read the labels about not operating heavy machinery after taking medication. Guess what a car. Even a small one is pretty heavy machinery using common prescriptions it over the counter drugs like allergy, cold and flu and sleep medications can impair safe driving. The bottom line is the risk of a crash increases with use of many over the counter and prescription drugs. Unfortunately, the number of motors driving under the influence is growing along with the risk of a deadly crash. It's not only dangerous but driving while impaired by any substance. Is against the law. Violating state DUI laws.
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"Heart radio station. From ABC News. I'm Richard can to continue to argue if I ng over opening schools with the pandemic raging, the White House demands it. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper watching the data. If transpire, Ike and in person schools cannot be done safely, even with these safety protocols. North Carolina will need to move to all remote learning one Southern California county begs to differ. With that state rolling back its re opening the CDC guidelines state that opening schools without distancing presents the highest risk. But in Orange County, California, a school board voted to recommend just that. No social distancing no masks. This in a hot spot A B C's Victor Oh kendo. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he'll begin to roll out details of a new pandemic relief package as soon as next week. President turned what was supposed to be a Rose Garden news conference into a broadside on Joe Biden. Joe Biden is pushing a platform that would demolish the US economy climate change in his crosshairs, particularly of the Paris climate, the court from which he withdrew the U. S wants to kill American energy. He wants to re enter the Paris climate accord, which will destroy US former Vice President Biden, campaigning in his Delaware home state, promising an aggressive return to fighting climate change to reverse trumps rollbacks of 100 public health and environmental rules and promising to rejoin the international community going to get back into the Paris agreement. Mr Biden, saying he'll work to pass climate laws that create jobs and that no future president can roll back with an executive order. Andy Field, ABC News Is Washington. Former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former senator and attorney General Jeff Sessions in Alabama's Republican primary. Thank you for your trust your confidence. Your message of change is loud and clear. Somerville to take on Democrat Doug Jones in November. You're listening to ABC News. The Ohio Department of Health. Announcing over 1100 new cases of the Corona virus today, which is still about the state's 21 day average, there were 130 for new hospitalizations in 22 new ICU admissions. My new desk were also reported total cases in Ohio nearing 68,000. While there are several counties already under a mass mandate from the state, city and county leaders are putting their own. It will effect there was already an order from Governor DeWine on masks for counties at level three red alert for the spread of Corona virus. But now major cities in those counties are issuing their own orders. City councils in Akron and Toledo have passed their own ordinances. As has the Franklin County Board of Health in Central Ohio, said he's like Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati in Dayton, passed similar measures earlier this month. I'm Jack Crumley Toledo City Council meeting again today is there was a resolution on this afternoon's agenda that asked for the four City Council members. Tyrone Riley, even Harper, Larry Sykes and Gary Johnson to resign after they were arrested on federal bribery charges. That resolution has been tabled fairway caps, the Cabbage had asked. Ohio Attorney General David goes to suspend the members if they refused to step down. Cases of covert 19 and Tuscarora is county are being linked to 1/4 of July..
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"I'm Richard can to President Trump catching heat for declaring that 99% of Corona virus cases are totally harmless his words most public health experts disagree. White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows says name names. I'm not sure which public health experts that you're talking about. I probably get to review more numbers. More numbers. And when you look at the facts when you look at really what we're we're dealing with AA. Lot of these cases are asymptomatic, declaring the president has surrendered. DeKoven 19 Joe Biden accused Mr Trump of outright lying to the nation about the pandemic. With cases of cove in 19 rising in much of the country, the president decided to start sniping at NASCAR's only full time black driver, President Trump Tweeting and asking if NASCAR driver bubble Wallace apologized after the FBI concluded that a noose hanging in his car stall was not a hate crime directed at him. Wallace responding now on Twitter, saying, Quote, always deal with hate being thrown at you with love, even when it's hate from the president of the United States. Wallace ending the Tweet with love, Win a B C's Andy feel Old Ah, three Judge Federal appeals panel in San Francisco upheld a lower court order blocking the administration policy of denying asylum to anyone who passes through another country without first seeking protection. They're the Supreme Court dealt a setback to the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The justices keeping in place a lower court ruling that blocked the key permit for the project. Work on the pipeline had finally begun this year. Major League Baseball unveiled its abbreviated 60 games scheduled for this season. Major League Baseball's plan is to get started with opening night on Thursday, July 23rd with the Washington Nationals hosting the New York Yankees and then the Dodgers welcoming the San Francisco Giants. But it will be an empty ballparks, and it will come as Maura players test positive for the virus, so it's still unknown. If this season will really get going his plan a B C's Alex Stone, you're listening to ABC News. It's Alito. Police Chief George Crawl says that Officer DEA was wearing a bullet per vest. But the round went into a part where there was no coverage. You know, they go over your head and they wrap around and there's a little bit of vulnerability and the under I'm area and that's That's where the round hit officer DEA was fatally shot early on Saturday morning, allegedly by an intoxicated man who later took his own life. Chief Girl says that Officer DEA was trying to help the man get home. UT Savage Arena will host the memorial service for DEA on Tuesday morning. Oh, I was extending unemployment benefits amid the pandemic, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announcing today an additional 20 weeks of unemployment benefits will be made to those who are eligible and have exhausted the minimum 26 weeks of regular unemployment benefits and 13 weeks of pandemic. Emergency unemployment compensation officials say the benefits were able to be extended due to the number of people receiving unemployment benefits during the pandemic. I'm Sean Gallagher West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Clark County officials are saying that the Bugs have been found in the park lane area to avoid getting the virus. People are being asked to wear long sleeves and pants went in that area where they could be exposed to the virus. The illness can lead to brain inflammation or severe fever. The memorial has decided to host the 2020 tournament without fans on site. The decision has come after the rapidly changing dynamics of the covert 19 pandemic. The tournament is still scheduled for July 14 through the 19th in Dublin, and Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says that the tournament did make the right decision by putting the health and safety of players. And fans first and the Toledo City Council's going to consider a citywide mask ordinance this week. A spokesperson for the city would not give details, but council members will reportedly vote on the ordinance this Tuesday. I'm Sara Lee's.
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"Officer DEA wield out Of the hospital on a gurney, his body Wrapped in an American flag. The suspect would later be found dead in a wooded area behind the Home depot. After taking his own life, I'm Sean Gallagher, Columbus Police are investigating a shooting that has left a man injured. The incident took place at a gas station in East Columbus, located near the 3100 block of East Main Street. This happened around 2 15 this morning. The 36 year old victim was shot while pumping gas and didn't know where the gunshot had come from. He was then taken to grant medicals and stable condition and expected to survive. The incident is under investigation and the Cleveland Indians, maybe changing their name. The Major League Baseball team put out a statement on Friday night, saying they're recognize their unique place in the community. And they're committed to listening, learning and acting in the manner that Khun Best unite and inspire the city of Cleveland and all those who support the team. Name was chosen by reporters back in 1915 team history says it was an honor of Louis Sock Alexis, a native American playing for the team at that time. I'm Tom Moore. And Cleveland's mayor has ordered that people need to wear masks in public spaces immediately. Toledo City Council is expected to vote on a similar proposal this upcoming Tuesday. I'm Sara Lee's You the latest trending stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is news is on radio 6 10 W T V EN ded u Nog coz now offering an extra.
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"Producer Kyle doing an amazing job on the board as usual. Okay, Now you think that Indianapolis is bad, and Mayor Joe Hawk's head is affectless leader. City Council is ineffectual and uninspiring at best. Well, don't worry, because there are worse examples. You could be living in Toledo, Ohio. I was born in Toledo, Ohio. Oh, I'm so sorry. I mean, I left when I was one. So I knew was coming. I knew to get out when I could. I mean on their city council, pure fluster cookery ridiculous there that said, now in the city of Indianapolis, you're undoubtedly familiar with now the additional regulation that Joe Hawks that has just announced Failed. You thought that we were entering Phase five on July 4th, huh? You dumb piece of crap. You couldn't be more than Oh, my We are delaying reopening until July 18th. But, you know, of course, when sits for moving the goal post. That could really be any time could be August could be September. To be October. Who the heck knows at this point, but in the city of Indianapolis, not only will be full re opening will be delayed, but you'll be having to wear a mask as well. Basically, wherever you go, there are some exceptions. I'm one of those. I have the asthma. So you know, I could just carry around my inhaler and I will be exempt from Mayor Joe Hog sets order. Now, people with asthma are also those most likely at risk from infection of Corona virus, So that may not be advisable, but damn it. I'm an American and I could endanger my health. If I want to or not. It's my constitutional right to risk infection. Wanna catch 22? And so the decision? Mayor Joe made out made today about July 9th, when we have to start wearing mandatory mass doesn't seem to really be based off any July 9th just seems to be just a week from today. There was really based off of any expertise, and he sort of science. It was kind of just like we're going to start doing this a week from today, But Ari was reopening on July the fourth based on science. Well, you you got me there because I guess that's true to its one of those things where it's all political conversation has become political Ari, and it's a pandemic. It's a virus, a disease, something that that should be data and science driven. Not politics. I don't mind wearing a mask. I think that the mass do help. I just think that If you're going to make everyone wear a mask. Then you might as well open everything back up again, because if everyone's wearing a mask that everyone's being safe, every practicing social distancing as best they can. We can open things back up again. If there's no point of making everyone wear a mask, and still not opening things up, let's take into consideration The case of the great clips, hair cutter and Missouri were you from. Did you hear about her? Re RIA RIA introduced me to okay. The great clips hairdresser in Missouri, she tested positive. For Corona virus, infecting at least one other staff member and exposing potentially upwards of 150 clients now through contact tracing, they got back in touch with all of those clientele and two weeks after the event. Nobody got infected. And why? Because customers and the hairdresser's war mask there you go. So tying it back in. Yeah, if we all wear masks was the point of diddle angry opening, if anything, maybe that's the cost of reopening isn't what? Ah Vice president. Pence said that we should think of wearing masks and taking extra precautionary measures as the means to facilitating the reopening of the economy rather than the hindrance of it. It's the people I truly believe Most people are responsible, but it's the The one guy who is a jackass. If you will, and just doesn't talking about rob Candle That's inappropriate. Who refuses to wear a mask? You doesn't wash his hands who goes out of his way just to be that guy. He's got a room for the rest of us seriously like if everyone acted just a little bit responsible. This would be over so quickly, but people are so stubborn. I understand that you're upset. I understand It's an inconvenience, but I think at the end of the day, the mild the mild just washing your hands and wearing a mask when you're in inside and large groups. It goes a long way. And I think just the one guy screwing it up is gonna hurt all of us. This is America. Damn it. My freedom is more important than being inconvenience. And Okay now Democrats in Ohio and I mean, if you were dismayed by the lack of leadership coming from the Hogshead administration in the City council here At least you're not there. The Democrats Larry Sykes even harbor Tyrone Riley. Gary Johnson were named in the complaint Tuesday, along with attorney Keith Mitchell. All accused Of funneling bribes. The filing in the U. S. Northern District Court describes the alleged offenses as a receipt of bribe by agent of organization receiving federal funds and Hobbs Act extortion under color of official right, According to you Today, the FBI state started to investigate Toledo City Council all the way back in 2018. First listening or accepting cash checks, money orders or other things of value from local business owners in exchange for their votes on the City Council. Now we can at least rest assured that our city Council is not involved in this scandal because the business owners here would certainly be driving that you are correct. Tony Cats. Actually, we're talking about this on the midday show Tony Cats today and he was saying it's stories like this that are critically important and I agree local government. Is is where you need to go. People focus on the big stuff. President Trump the Senate, the House of Representatives. It's the local government that dictates the policy that you and I deal with every single day. So you might say. Ah, these are just some goofballs in Toledo, Ohio. No, no, no. This is happening all across the country. City County councils are notorious for shady shadiness going around all over the place. It is so important to keep an eye on your local government on your city County Council on things like this because you need to make sure that you're being looked out for You can't expect the people way up high to know about the little guy. Thes air your representives. These are people who are taking care of you. These are the stories that arm or important than the big stuff, In my opinion, and Ari, it's disappointing and ironic addendum to that discussion that you and I find ourselves in the age group that participates often least In elections of any kind. You're I'm 27 year 28. Millennials typically don't find themselves as being politically active. They represent themselves that way on social media. But as Faras the voting numbers go, we don't participate and that needs to change and also general elections. Presidential elections are fate favored and participated in more heavily than local elections. But the bitter irony there, as you mentioned again, local elections and local politics has the biggest And most direct impact on your daily life, and it's those people that you need to be paying attention to. But all too often they get ignored and then fluster cookery like until Leo is allowed to continue unchecked. I mean, we've even had issues of the Indianapolis City County Council, they had plenty of issues. Years ago with some legal troubles if legal stuff Yeah, that's right. You could Google that stuff if you want. This is not a one off issue in Toledo again. This is reveling. Local small government elected officials who get paid 1000 bucks a year are ripe for taking bribes and right for doing things unethical to put themselves ahead is so critical to keep your eye on these people and to hold people accountable. Your remedy for the disease can be found at the ballot box. There you go coming out of the next hour. We have a little bit of booze news to share where a Texas bar owner has made a stand against Governor Greg Abit, also human remains discovered. Close to an army base in Texas. Very disconcerting, giving you the details again. Coming up next in the next hour. Stay.
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"Forced to turn over secret. Bob Mueller report materials Here's more. It's not a complete surprise that the Supreme Court has decided that it wants to take a look at the issue. Of whether the grand jury material that's in the Middle Mueller report should actually be given to the House Judiciary Committee. The key issue here is whether an investigation by the House Judiciary Committee falls within the exceptions for disclosure of grand jury material that is legal analyst Laurie Levinson. The bottom line here, though this is pushes the case to atleast 2021. That's significant because we have a presidential election this year, November 2020 So it is a legal victory for the Trump administration. Meantime, briefings go on and Capitol Hill lawmakers demanding more info. On those alleged Russian bounties. Here's ABC is Katherine Folders with the very latest, The Trump Administration is planning to brief the gang of eight on Capitol Hill today on the intelligence behind reports. Russia offered bounties to Taliban militants to kill US troops in Afghanistan. The gang of eight a bipartisan group of senior lawmakers is regularly briefed on sensitive intelligence, a source tells ABC News. They will be briefed by the director of National Intelligence. John Ratcliffe, CIA director Gina Hospital in General Paul Naka Sony, the commander of U. S. Cyber. Command. The briefing comes as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have demanded more information. President Trump has tried to discredit reports on the information as made up in a quote hoax designed to slander him. Catherine Folders ABC News, The prime minister of Australia is considering an offer of safe haven to the people of Hong Kong, threatened by China's move to impose a tough National security law on the territory Great. Britain is already extending residency rights from 23 million Hong Kong residents, one of Ohio's biggest cities, is rocked by a political corruption probe. Jim Priscilla, with CBS News has more. 1/3 of the members of the Toledo, Ohio City Council are facing federal bribery and extortion charges. The four can still attend council meetings and vote. Mayor Wade Caps a cavity in my judgment right things for these members to resign. The president of the Toledo City Council is also calling out his indicted colleagues to resign. Their arrest. Follow a lengthy FBI corruption investigation. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Housing and Greater Boston is not created equal. Double BBC's Carl Stevens reports on new research revealing discrimination runs rampant among black renters and those with housing vouchers. Suffolk University researchers with a grant from the Boston Foundation used 200 testers 100 black 100 white. Some had housing vouchers. Some did not. Tony Gupta with the Boston Foundation says the study finds rental agents and landlords in the Greater Boston area routinely discriminated against blacks and voucher holders. For many of us working on affordable having issues. This company no surprise. We've known that discrimination Not to the degree that the study revealed. I think it's time that we ended our acceptance of this discrimination. Panelists discussed a number of ways to address the problem. One thing, they said, would be to enforce existing laws which make rental discrimination on the basis of race or having a housing voucher illegal. Charles Steven Stubby BC Boston's news radio state is.
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"Teo. He's delaying this. Coronavirus cases continue to spike in more than three dozen states in some cases in record numbers. On Capitol Hill earlier this evening that objection. The bill is read 1/3 time and passed in the motion to reconsider is laid on the table, the House of Representatives following the Senate's lead in approving an extension to the covert related Paycheck protection program for small businesses. It would push the deadline for businesses to apply for that program until August 8th. San Francisco's police department is no longer going to be releasing mug shots of people who have been arrested. KCBS radios, Kathy Novak explains. San Francisco police chief Bill Scott says booking photos perpetuate stereotypes linking people of certain races to crime. Now mug shots can on ly be released when there is an imminent public threat or when police need help finding someone In Clay County, Florida Sheriff Darryl Daniels has raised some eyebrows over a video that it released. He's warning those who might protest in his suburban Jacksonville County to be ready. We can't help you. You know what I'll do, Ooo exercise the power and authority of the sheriff. And I'll make special deputies of every lawful gun owner in this county. There are no indications of any planned protests in that largely World County to the west of Jacksonville, 1/3 of the Toledo City Council has been arrested on federal charges of bribery and extortion. A story in the Toledo Blade, says the Tyrone Riley. Even Harper, Larry Sykes and Gary Johnson are all charged in federal court with accepting bribes for official acts and extortion. According to the criminal complaints filed in federal court on Tuesday, there are growing cries across Toledo for those council members to resign. On Wall Street ahead of the open, nine o'clock eastern this morning. Stock futures are beginning the day on the East Coast, looking up with the S and P, pointing up six points, the NASDAQ up 26 the Dow up 60 points. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com APP de loaded today. President Trump just tweeted. And he says the new book blitz is hot and calls David Horowitz, a great author. Already.
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"Virus cases continue to spike in more than three dozen states in some cases in record numbers. On Capitol Hill earlier this evening. With that objection, the bill is read 1/3 time and passed in. The motion to reconsider is laid on the table, the House of Representatives following the Senate's lead in approving an extension to the covert related Paycheck protection program for small businesses. It would push the deadline for businesses to apply for that program until August 8th. San Francisco's police department is no longer going to be releasing mug shots of people who have been arrested. KCBS radios, Kathy Novak explains. San Francisco police chief Bill Scott says booking photos perpetuate stereotypes linking people of certain races to crime. Now mug shots can on ly be released when there is an imminent public threat or when police need help finding someone In Clay County, Florida Sheriff Darryl Daniels has raised some eyebrows over a video that it released. He's warning those who might protest in his suburban Jacksonville County to be ready. We can't help you. You know what I'll do, Ooo exercise the power and authority of the sheriff. And I'll make special deputies of every lawful gun owner in this county. There are no indications of any planned protests in that largely rural county to the west of Jacksonville. 1/3 of the Toledo City Council has been arrested on federal charges of bribery and extortion. A story in the Toledo Blade says that Tyrone Riley even Harper, Larry Sykes and Gary Johnson are all charged in federal court with accepting bribes for official acts and extortion, according to the criminal complaints filed in federal court on Tuesday. Are growing cries across Toledo for those council members to resign on Wall Street ahead of the Open, nine o'clock eastern this morning. Stock futures are beginning the day on the East Coast, looking up with the S and P, pointing up six points, the NASDAQ up 26 the Dow up 60 points. This.
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"From the Matthews Brothers Studios. This whole, uh, situation in the town of Northbrook Field. It's just the whole Situation in the country and microcosm. The Democrats are willing to do anything. They will destroy the economy. They will destroy your summer. They will destroy your trip to is a lot of steak care that those Democrats, they would include that night with that you just heard. Charlie Baker. They will do anything to what to to make people miserable and Destroyed Donald Trump's chances for re election. That's that's what all this is so that they will do anything. They would have been a handful of people for that celebration, but they had to leak it out to ruin it. Now they're happy. Everybody in the town and everybody in the surrounding towns is depressed about what happened, But something's happened, but the Democrats are happy. That is the same thing with these fireworks. The Phantom fireworks get gets a cease and desist order. Don't offer any more discounts to people in Massachusetts. Now you got you got all these people. They're setting off these illegal fireworks in the cities. And I told you last night Ah City Councilor. They that they don't know that they don't like because he's pro police. They set off a bunch of fireworks that Outside of his house outside offense that he has his house last week. They set the fence on fire, but is Mar Healy or the going after the people who committed arson against the elected official. No, no, they're going after a company that's trying to make some money by offering people in Massachusetts a good deal for a product that's legal in just about every other state in the union. That's the way The state is so out of control. I think the states all done myself. I don't see it getting any better. I think that and I think there's gonna be a real exodus. It's not going to be an immediate exodus. But everybody who can I think are most people that can are planning their exits Their escape. Same in New York. Same in Jersey could almost say it's a mass exodus. Yes, it is. Yes, it is. 844 542 42. If you plan to move to Florida, just Please. Forget about voting Democrat that you've already ruined Massachusetts. You don't don't ruin your next stop. Don't ruin Matt. Don't war in Florida like you're on the verge of ruining New Hampshire. Arthur, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Arthur. Howie. You took away my under there with Marge Mara Healey there and the fireworks. Um 28 states that fireworks illegal. We and the Commonwealth Annette's accused. It is gonna light up like you wouldn't believe on this for the average person that went up to New Hampshire spent between $500,000 if you've ever been upto Seabrook, the him to this time of year Try and get near any of the mounted to the fireworks. Now it's it's insane, So it's going to light up even though we don't have any commercial fireworks. You watched a porter July this year. Well, it's I mean, it's it's once the sun goes down tonight, Arthur, You'll be seeing a lot. You'll be hearing a lot of fireworks. Go off if you don't see him, you know, And if you're at least if you live in the cities Nobody but again. There's just this thing this puritan like, Ah, phobia about fun They don't want They don't want anyone to enjoy themselves. Unless, of course, you're a peaceful protester. In which case you could do whatever the hell you damn well, please. You know what? Though? Arthur is right. I've been invited to more independent private fireworks celebrations this Saturday ever been invited to before? Because so many people are driving over the border and just pick I know people that have spent 1500 too. Bend on fireworks, and they say they would have caused 35 4 grand if they were from New Hampshire. Has those Massachusetts discounts. It's a quite a bundle. Well, you have more reasons than ever to go. I mean, you know, if you're if you're vaping, they jacked the what they do. They jacked up the price of Vaping products 75 to 75% taxes on him. Yeah, so it's it's cheaper. If you're in the Vaping. It's cheaper to go to New Hampshire. Menthol cigarettes. We've talked about that repeatedly. You know, beer and soda? No, no deposit. There's a 1,000,000 not to mention no sales tax period in New Hampshire, 603 says just saw guy by a cardinal of Newports and a slide of men fall Chew right here in New Hampshire, heading for Massachusetts. Yeah. Hey, I You know, there's you Could I showed you on Facebook the other day. People are selling cartons of Newport's on Facebook, right? Because no and people will pay. The price is 110 bucks a carton. Or because they don't want to drive to rid island or New Hampshire to get him right. Taylor's going down the North Carolina said he was thinking about bringing back some cartons. And I said, Don't don't don't mess around with the Marlborough's or anything like that. Just go straight with straight Newport's all the way That's all you because there's a lot more than there's a lot more pent up the man. For the Newports because They're not illegal. It's like Coors Beer. The seventies you could. If you can't get Coors Beer east of the Mississippi. Suddenly it becomes a very valuable commodity. Once you can get course beer anywhere. Just another light Pilsner Smokey and abandoned 2020. The Bandit is assuring Newport's across the Road Island border de Massachusetts. Yeah, it's not in Georgia anymore. It's there. The South. It's Ah, it's it's in Manchester, New Hampshire and Providence, Rhode Island, bringing it into Boston and Worcester in Springfield. Thanks for the call Arthur. Steve, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Steve Alley. That select man seemed to really get into the numbers. I wonder if any of your researchers Um, have come up with how many flu deaths have they been at there Been in the United States this year? Are they rolling all the flu deaths in the cove at 19 number I got. I got something here, and I'm trying to find it right now. There's a story about, you know, like I Alex. Parents in that we've had on He's a former New York Times reporter has been writing about this whole thing. And you know where the you know where Ground zero is right now, in in in in the terms of the panic porn, it's Ah, it's A state of taxes and that they're Ah, they're trying to make it seem like Texas has got this terrible problem. But I'm just looking right now to see where where it is like I got it somewhere here. This story. Pushed to the back, though. What what happened was in Texas. They're just a testing a lot more people. They weren't They weren't there. They didn't have enough capacity to test to test younger people. Until recently in some in some of them are AH. Our testing positive. But the guy who's who's involved in the testing says the ones who test positive are basically coming down with ah, with the symptoms of a cold and a mild cold at that. So it what's the big deal? But they're not. They're not. They're not going with that. They're just more people are testing positive because that pushes the agenda that that keeps people locked up that keeps people p o that keeps people unemployed. I get to. I can't find it right now. But I will find it. Thank you, by the way, trying to tell it this destroy your faith in the integrity of the Democrat Party, But for Toledo City Council members accused of accepting bribes in two year FBI investigation Ah, the they were right. It was a pay to play. They were accepting payoffs in the range of 500 to $5000 for yes votes on zoning requests to Internet cafes. Uh, one of the women. One of the people involved is ah alderwoman Yvonne Harper. Harper is accused of using a local attorney to solicit and accept bribe payments on her behalf. In other words, she had she had such a Ah racket going. She had shed our own bag, man. So I said to myself, Why does she have? What is this? One of the four of them have a bag man? And the rest of them? Don't have a bag, man. I read deeper into the story. She is the woman, the City Council, where the bag man is also the executive director of the Lucas County Democrat Party. Oh, and I also mentioned they mentioned the party affiliation in the very last paragraph of the story for Toledo City Council members of accused of accepting bribes, uh 844 542 42. Billy, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, belly. Hi, Howie. Thank you for taking my call. You're right. Yes, they they will do anything to Democrats Get elected. Just ask Joe Biden back in 72 when he couldn't remember the name of the newspapers The morning news of the Evening Journal by the same company, right? I read it, even the Irishman's book. You know how he got the teams to pick it? The newspaper for week. So the senator at the time Boggs could get his information out against Biden. And this maid is old is Old Korea. Caleb Boggs. I didn't know that..
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"Take to take medicine to go to treatment to do anything. This is a free country and people do not have to get treatment if they don't want you, So we have to look at the reality that you can build up and we should. Oiled up funding for mental health. We should look at these red flag warnings. You should do whatever we can to support those in need. Absolutely. But you still can't force them and you're going to have people with untreated mental health issues walking around, posing a threat not just to themselves. To the community, and there's goingto have to be people who unfortunately have to deal with the ugly, scary realities of it that are not clear cut. You know my husband's position he talks about people that come in and trauma. With gunshots, etcetera. It's not a pretty scene. I mean, ripping clothes off doing whatever you need to do to keep people are alive or to save communities, and unfortunately there are times When Mom, it is just not a pretty job, but people do what they have to do to protect themselves and protect others and the best interest of all again. There are flaws, the reforms that need to be made. But this national conversation with law enforcement. It's just become the fact of the problem that they meet. There's this punitive now approach to quote unquote. Fixing. The problem that law enforcement has created is just so shortsighted. It is insulting and it's going to hurt community and what I'm afraid of is going to reach a point where we do not have police officers on the street. Crime is going to store. You're gonna have the flipside of communities marching. Thank you Want law and order And now what are you going to do? Well, look and say look a Seattle, right, Rania mean that the lawsuits now coming from businesses and citizens there in the chop zone, who were not did not see eye to eye with chop. You know what? You d police. You pull the police out. You have Obviously, crime will still continue. I don't know how good street medics are Probably not that good. Their track record didn't seem very well. But you know you all of a sudden taking up arms and defending your property or not even your property. Your neighborhood. But what about the prop? What about those who pay for those services that aren't getting far letyou go Iranian man carry ISS founder Crimestoppers. She's in Houston this morning on 700 wlw overall Highest crime stoppers work. You know, we give the number out all the time. They're news. We're looking for your tips for Cases, air wanted individuals. Mike in the morning talks about his says the cops on talking about that. Is that a Is that still a success story or people still reluctant to call because they're afraid, you know, because of the snitch mentality there. I'm going to something happening them of their family. No, actually tell you. Crime Stoppers is an incredible working greatest greatest organization example of community and law enforcement partnerships. We work with the law enforcement community media. To get information anonymously. People never have to worry about calling and use that information. We give it to her alone. First partners. We felt thousands and thousands and thousands of felony case but I'll tell you what we do. That might even be more important as we are boots on the ground in communities were in the schools. We work with kids, kindergarten and up entitled one schools Beyond making sure that you know kids have all the information they need to not just stay safe, whether online in community Wherever they might be, but make smart choices. We do not want to see Children funneled into what's called the cradle to prison pipeline. We want to make sure they have everything. Who at every and from every piece of information at their fingertips to make the right choices to state state. We've removed weapons from the hands kids before they can be used in school. We're just such incredible organization and it is the honor of my life. Besides being the mother of my three wonderful kids to be the CEO of this incredible organization, I'm just so proud. Of what communities could do when they make public safety. A proactive priority. They work together to protect all it's really just an incredible organization. Is that really an honor to talk? Good. And here in Cincinnati? You know, we crimestoppers a big part of our community here to, uh I just wonder what the numbers are in the in cases like this, And you know, we do get people call in tips and time in a timely fashion to Ronnie all the best. Thanks for joining us here and thanks for what you do. Thank you. So much of a great case. Not I'm done here and after Reds roundup in news, Willie's a 12 06 with Joe Deters, talking about cases he's got going on. Also a tow my Denard and I will point out that the folks until we have sought to Maya Denard case here in Cincinnati and settled on my beer because they not have one. They have four members of Toledo City Council accused of doing what Tamayo Denard it and that is accepting Brax while in office. And a lot of same charges after two year FBI investigation or what they went after to my dark you'd imagine Four of of your council members, all now being accused of accepting bribes will ease up next on 700 WLW Cincinnati in the No man's.
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"The trump administration's plan for adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents this trump tweeting quote that it's totally ridiculous our government and indeed country cannot ask a basic question of citizenship in very expensive detailed and important senses he then says he's asking lawyers if they can delay the constitutionally required census until the supreme court gets more information mr trump writing can anyone believe we are not able to ask whether someone is a citizen only in america a._b._c.'s andy field the trump administration claim they need the citizenship question in order to help enforce their voting rights act meanwhile the justices also made another historic ruling today this went on gerrymandering case a five four decision the u._s. supreme court says that federal courts have no role to play in policing political districts drawn for partisan gain the ruling was four cases in maryland and north carolina but affects ohio as well a federal judge panel recently ruled ohio's congressional map was unconstitutional saying it was drawn to favor republican voters the panel ordered a new map to be drawn before the twenty twenty election but today's decision means that won't happen ohio voters recently approved fixing the way that the congressional map is drawn however any changes will be happening now until twenty twenty two ricky chino one of the district's called the most gerrymandered in the country is in southwest ohio one ohio city meanwhile has made their feelings known today about a hios new heartbeat bill toledo city council members voted yesterday to approve a resolution there that opposes the measure the law will take effect on july eleven and it will ban abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected that could be as early as six weeks into a pregnancy the city's council the city council resolution there will not do much to change the law but supporters hope that state lawmakers will take notice and ohio state highway patrol trooper jason phillips e still in critical condition this afternoon after a crash involving a wrong.
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"City of Los Angeles wants to increase the amount of Pai that a family gets when they take state authorized, parental leave. And the city of Toledo city council wants to see a plan to make this happen by the end of this year. The state allows for eighteen weeks of paid parental leave before and after birth but only allows for payments, totaling seventy percent of a family salary council. Members David ruin during Martinez went up that figure through action by the city of LA working with employers in Los Angeles city program would do which augment and and to make it at one hundred percents for up to eighteen weeks when concur. Current to the current state program, the council members are looking to the chief legislative analyst's office for answers on how employers could provide this money without suffering undue hardship options could include allowing business owners who pay the difference to write it off against city fees and taxes at LA city hall, Pete Demetrio, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio LA county sheriff Alex via on the waiver paints a pretty bleak picture about the state of the department before taking swipes at LA county supervisors we're in worship now than we were and twenty thirteen Zeno wave said deputy on inmate assaults as well. As inmate on inmate an inmate on staff assaults increased over the past four years. And we started changing the policies when our jail system. Someone thought it was a good idea to tell the deputies are to put their hands in their pockets that somehow it was gonna lead to a better outcome. The exact opposite happened. It was also revealed that the deputy he reinstated who had been fired over allegations of domestic violence will not waive his rights to have his personnel file released to the board of supervisors. I think his legitimate fear is that he'll be subject to further either grandstanding or miss representation of the facts by cherry picking up. And the sheriff said that is a danger in downtown LA, Margaret caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio maker as a Bill that would try to stop businesses from selling DMV appointments. It's in response to a company called yoga, which promises to get people in the point with the DMV within three or four weeks instead of about two months that can be the way to people book on their own. The company will even have someone wait in line for them. Westminster Republican assemblyman Tyler deep tells KNX in depth tall about fairness and looking out for those who are required to go to the DMV, but just don't have the money the extra money, the thirty bucks to sixty bucks ninety bucks to pay for a service that should already be free, but yoga CEO writer piers tales KNX. It is company doesn't actually sell appointments that just helps people we find is that people don't have all day to take off work. And so we can help them through the process answer questions. Having to be on hold for three hours with the DMV beer says that he's not worried because he says that the Bill does not really apply to his company. It's one twenty time for your money. Amazon caused quite disturbed when I bought whole foods market in two thousand seventeen but it may be the nation's largest grocer, Kroger and tech giant Microsoft, creating these supermarket of the future. You've got your shopping list uploaded to their app, and you either use your phone or pick up one of their devices. It'll start tell you, which I'll what part of the aisle, the items you're.
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"This time to forty a group of Latino healthcare advocates are pushing for the new governor to make changes that could bring more Latinos into the medical field. KCBS has Megan goals be reports they say that the group is grossly underrepresented while Latinos are forty percent of the state's population says UCLA Latino policy and politics initiative director, Sandra Diaz, they comprise just over eleven percent of the graduating physicians in the state, we graduate about one hundred and ten let me know MD's every year that that rate if we continue forward, it will take almost five centuries to close the gap. Her group was one of many that met in Oakland to come up with recommendations for the governor, including increased funding for Latino healthcare programs. So doctors can stay in the profession and increased recruitment Carmen Estrada is a current MD candidate at the UC Davis school of medicine. She says she had to look for her own programs to get started. I did. The go-to sounds state university. So I feel a lot of the outrageous done at UC's and Nazir's us or even less accumulated colleges where I feel we do have a lot Dino's making gold, speak KCBS, San Jose, mayor Samuel Carter was back on the job two weeks after he was seriously hurt in a bicycle crash. New Year's day. KCBS has Doug sovereign reports from San Jose where the mayor and the governor held a joint event yesterday mayor Licadho reappeared in public for a round table with the governor on affordable housing, and then Toledo city council meeting. He wore a cumbersome brace to support his broken vertebrae and sternum, but told KCBS feels good doing great, very grateful that a lot of good Samaritans who are neighbors went out there to help get me out of the street and great, but work on the paramedics to that your doctors and nurses over at regional just very grateful to be back at work and standing here in front of you lucado went end over end off his road bike when he was hit by an SUV near alum. Rock on New Year's day. He says his helmet saved his life. He doesn't blame SUV driver who didn't see him but stopped to help. After the crash. We know it's getting tougher and.
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"Have in San Francisco with addressing a number of issues, including homelessness and housing has everything to do with Iraq, Chrissy and process, which is delayed. Our ability to get new housing to get shelter beds opened in a more timely manner. So that people are not sleeping on the street at the coalition on homelessness director, Jennifer freidan box says opposition from neighbors has also been a hindrance to sheltering more people. What we've seen in the past is that there have been certain sites where neighborhood resistance has shut down our efforts. The mayor's second proposed ordinance would address that by expediting the approval process, although she emphasizes neighborhood input would still be included. Reporting live at San Francisco city, hall gentleman. He CBS Jetta San Jose mayor Sam the Carta back on the job two weeks after he was seriously hurt a bicycle crash KCBS reporter sovereign. Joining us live from San Jose says the mayor joined governor Newsom today. For his first official events since the accident done Rebecca mayor Lakota reappeared in public for a roundtable with the governor on affordable housing, and then Toledo city council meeting. He wore a cumbersome brace to support his broken vertebrae and sternum, but told KCBS he feels good doing great, very grateful that a lot of good Samaritans who are neighbors went out there to help get me out of the street and great, but we're the paramedics to your doctors and nurses over at regional just very grateful to be back at work and standing here in front of you lucado went end over end off his road bike when he was hit by an SUV near alum rock on New Year's day. He says his helmet saved his life. He doesn't blame the SUV driver who didn't see him but did stop to help. After the crash. We know it's getting tougher and tougher in cities throughout this country.
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"There was a phenomenal year we had sixty young democrats elected to local offices across the state last year in these are in some of our urban areas for example at columbus at cleveland in cincinnati but then also in some of our more rural areas and in wilmington for example three young democrats were elected so wilmington city council they ran as a sleep that the first time ever that's happened somewhere like that we elected democrats to things lake city attorney city auditor we elected in columbus is the first woman and the first lgbt executive elected in columbus and she's under the age of thirty five so we just had these wonderfully talented intelligent young people decide at the 2017 was the year that you know they wanted to step up and be heard we we elected a nineteen year old to your europe's bill city council uh i could go on and on and on the we had a number of women who ran and were successful um and and a number of people of color as well as and a number of lgbt folks so in toledo we elected a young democrat lgbt city councilman he's the only going to be the only young democrat on the toledo city council and in newark ohio which i don't know if you guys know much about newark but it's in a pretty rural conservative part of the state they now have to lbgt young democrat members on their city council so it was this are really really good year for us and gave us an opportunity to uh to really talk about what the next generation of leadership looks like in ohio and that's one that you know cares about our communities that also you know is really focused on making things better for people and so the more democrats that we have in office the more good work they can do the more voters can see that you know democrats are are the folks that are really working day in and day out for them and and hopefully that will help us in the future it son sake you're seeing something that we've been hearing a lot which is that there are actually a lot of.
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"Sleep valium for anxiety all laura tabar a vicha them for paid and maybe a adult no honorable supplement or something all right you don't are they all go to mix for most people though probably be fine you hear people take so much zanik love can there all the time you're not supposed to mix the two oh hell no please don't mix the two but we we don't really even know the problem were fighting it's not a bunch of people getting high and again once you get that first dose of narcotic and once you get kind of stoned a bus from it you may not realise it you're that taken more you guys saw the wolf of wall street right where they were taken equate loads and how what was it lemon there were called lemons or something and you know they they took a bunch of their like look this is a doing anything to me i feel find that all of a sudden he hit courtesy of the wolf of wall street and unfortunately that sometimes what happens if these are caught x now the city of talino has sued twenty four opioid manufacturers industry leaders this week according to mayor paula hicks hudson it is designed to hold them responsible the mayor said the goal was to recover our caused a change the ways in which it prescribed advertise these drugs now she said city taxpayers of spent more than four hundred thousand for toledo firefighters to respond to opioid related emergency calls this here she said we have had enough of our community members suffering or died from overdoses from the unfair distribution and marketing practices of these addictive drugs the time is now to hold drug manufacturers and distributors accountable for their actions this is a three hundred page lawsuit so toledo city council voted to too law firms climatic oh wilcox peca and guard foley company and the police shook sean iq to sue for opioid related costs the law firms represents several other cities including dayton and parma ohio with similar suits arising out of the quote alleged fraud lent and negligent marketing the distribution of prescription drugs including hydrocortisone which is a more tab oxycodone percocet oxy more phone let the gone and related to the opioid epidemic affecting this community so sumarine the pharmaceutical companies could work bring the city muddy but if any of you guys are right pain and.