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Democratic National "Unconventional" Convention is Underway: Night 1
"National convention is underway. It's a nationwide virtual event. It was supposed to take place in Milwaukee, the city's mayor, Tom Barrett, the bummer, but obviously the pandemic has forced us to put things in perspective and the perspective that unfortunately I'll have to recognize 170,000 people in this country. Have died from this pandemic again. We have to take it seriously. The theme tonight is we, the people among the speaker, Senator Bernie Sanders, Democratic governors Andrew Cuomo and Gretchen Whitmer and some Republicans, including former Ohio Governor John Kasich. Headliner is going to be former first lady Michelle Obama and all of this is leading up to the big event on Thursday night when Joe Biden will accept his party's nomination.
Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate
"Joe Biden's choice for a running mate apparently is Kamala Harris or Susan Rice. Axios says Biden is narrow the choices down to those two. He's also decided to skip the Democratic Convention. Democratic National Convention Committee announcing speakers, including presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will no longer be travelling to Milwaukee. The committee, citing health risks due to the potential spread of covert 19 former vice president Biden is instead expected to accept the party's nomination in Delaware. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As personally disappointed as I am as professionally disappointed as I am, we can't forget the fact that we're in the middle of a pendant. Biden said He wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis. Ryan Burrow ABC News
Biden won't be traveling to Milwaukee for convention
"Joe Biden will not accept his party's nomination in Milwaukee after all correspondent Ryan Burke the Democratic National Convention Committee, announcing speakers, including presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will no longer be travelling to Milwaukee. The committee, citing health risks due to the potential spread of covert 19 former vice president Biden is instead expected to accept the party's nomination in Delaware. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As personally disappointed as I am as professionally disappointed as I am, we can't forget the fact that we are in the middle of a pandemic. Biden said He wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis.
Michigan Legislature cancels session after senator's positive coronavirus test
"State House and Senate have cancelled hearings and votes this week after a senator tested positive for covert 19. Huge question mark is how prevalent is covered, 19 in the Michigan senator. We have a one count right now of one Republican Senator Tom Barrett, who has the code that 19. The question is last Thursday during committee meetings. Did he infect any other state senators or, for that matter? Staff members, members of the media or anybody else in those two committee sessions. Mr Barrett, for his part, says he's staying at home. He's not feeling any of the symptoms, but he was caught by the National Guard. He's a member of ST and they did a routine testing just before summer camp, and he came
Federal agents, officers head to Detroit, Cleveland, Milwaukee as Operation Legend expands
"Well, this comes on the heels of Federal Forces Homeland Security in ice agents pulling back in Portland So now they're going to Milwaukee Cleveland Detroit the plan is send us to send forty two agents to Detroit twenty-five to Cleveland and Milwaukee. They'll be deployed from the FBI and other agencies, attorney? General. William Barr says the expansion of. Legend is necessary to assist cities and a rise of violence that have a rise violent crime and is not like the surgeon Portland where federal agents were sent to control protests. The new deployment is not sitting well with everybody though leaders like mayor Tom Barrett Milwaukee, says, I'm extremely concerned. The president trump is looking for opportunities to create more political division in cities across the
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tom Barrett announcing a second straight night for curfew it comes after riots took place after a Senate peaceful protests over the death of George Floyd the damaging and looting at Saturday night's impacted over twenty businesses police chief Alfonso moralis says it wasn't proven from Friday night but once those committing criminal acts to stop what they're stealing a bottle of alcohol close or cell phones have to do with honoring the lives of individuals that have died what does setting fire to a cemetery have to do with honoring life's over sixty people were arrested all but three of them from Milwaukee other cities and villages in the Milwaukee county also having curfews Glendale mayor Brian Kennedy tells him J. forty years things have been quiet and they hope that will continue we wanted to make sure that the violent kind of protest that we've seen in a number of places didn't you know spill out into the suburban areas here in Moore county and I'm pleased to say that people have been really respectful that curfew in Glendale in effect from nine until eight AM Monday storefronts on Milwaukee's north side cleaning up after that scattered violence to a handful of businesses while the majority of demonstrators were organizing peacefully journal Sentinel reporter genes because he tells WTMJ things can get out of control after organized protests disperse that's where a lot of people who have a different agenda come out and take over the message and that message for a lot of people was just to take in deal and destroy and I think they do a lot of this because they're in pain a lot of people are hurt but then some people just want to do bad stuff he says true change needs to start with city leaders are people are hurting Madison mayor stadia roads Conway speaking on State Street where violence erupted Saturday night after peaceful protests at the state capitol she says she wants to make it clear that Saturday's events were not the result of a protest turning violent this is a case of a protest sacks and then a relatively small group of people coming in to cause violence.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At the request of mayor Tom Barrett and police chief Alfonso Morales to assist the NPD tonight it says they will not be on the front line but what they can do is they can help protect valuable institutions cultural institutions places like childcare centers or churches or fire houses that allow our police the people who do know our community with all the warts and all the challenges we have they still know our community better than someone who doesn't live here and so what we're trying to do is to free them up to do that job because again they were out manned last night and we can't allow that to happen also a nine PM curfew implemented for tonight for the city of Milwaukee this comes after protests turned violent late last night sixteen businesses damaged on the city's north side some were looted about fifty people were arrested chief Alphonse areola says there were no winners last night also police officer shot and injured early this morning that officer he is going to be OK Mayfair mall also shut down today and there's been issues in other cities as well obviously we have the large demonstration those marchers walking through which is now currently shut down the interstate but in other areas other cities it's been a lot even more intense we've seen a large group in downtown Chicago damaging destroyed two squad cars to Chicago police department squad cars we've seen some clashes with Chicago police as well we've seen similar clashes in LA and in Washington DC and in Minnesota governor Tim walls they're fully mobilizing the state's National Guard for the Twin Cities there in other news we have liftoff of SpaceX capsule carrying NASA astronauts has reached orbit on its way to the international space station the launch today at two twenty two went off just fine time now W. W. dot com time saver traffic as we've been reporting your for the past half hour the interstate shut down I. ninety four ninety four eastbound is shut down at seventy eighth street heading into Milwaukee and ninety four westbound shut down around twenty fifth this is because of those demonstrators who had been marching on national Avenue on thirty fifth street and on the overpass there because of that they have shut down the interstate in some of these areas to prevent anyone from getting hurt we're keeping our eye in that situation as soon as that changes of course will get you an update and make sure that we get that to you what we've been told from the sheriff's office is that this is being done for the safety of the protesters and of course for the safety of those driving ninety four northbound from Leighton into downtown otherwise if for that area there you're you're getting in just fine but again just be prepared you can see some issues here once you get into the Marquette interchange specially if you want to add if you're trying to add eastern actor west you're not gonna be able to forty three south on same thing from wrong due to downtime you're you're good getting in but in trying to head west on ninety four will not happen we'll keep an eye on that situation will make sure we get you many updates as soon as they get through traffic is sponsored by annex wealth management a lot happens during the day or days final minutes wealth management with data for forty for the money talk market updates insights and what's impacting your money money talks WTMJ five day forecast partly cloudy isolated shower possible tonight hi hire via no I'm sorry a low of forty seven for tomorrow sunny and pleasant tomorrow high of sixty five degrees for Monday partly cloudy breezy some scattered thunderstorms are possible on Monday high of seventy Tuesday very warm and humid the high on Tuesday eighty seven Wednesday partly cloudy warm some scattered rain and thunderstorms possible high of eighty three right now in Milwaukee fifty eight I'm Erik bill said newsradio WTMJ.
Democratic Party postpones presidential nominating convention
"Is that the Democratic National Convention schedule for mid July in Milwaukee has been not cancelled but postponed until the week of August seventeenth Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett who's been of course one of the the leading driving forces behind try to get the convention to Milwaukee he's going to be addressing what this means Erekle step back at the NCO he Tom Barrett's get ready to speak but it's not he's not quite set yet well if they're allowing everyone to either this is the new normal now where we have these zoom meetings and everything so they're allowing everyone to get to the place he is currently sitting in his living room I can see him looking at his phone but he has not yet spoken yet a lot of questions about what's going to happen here Jeff it sounds like a ccording to the DNC statement from earlier today they will have the Wisconsin center district they will have hotels available they will have the Fiserv form to use but still a lot of questions and a lot of fluidity as to whether or not all of that is open we shall see well well yeah and then then of course there's there's the practical situations of what what about people's psyches I mean as as I was talking about your typically delegates pay their own way so my my guess is you have a lot of the people who are potential delegates party activists who have been caught up in again everything that's going on in the economy R. okay got it here we go here comes the mayor yeah it's a convention that was originally scheduled for July thirteenth through the sixteenth as we move to the week of August seventeenth I consider this extremely good news and I think it's a sign of how sensitive the Democratic National Committee is to that health needs not only of our of our residents but the health needs of people throughout this nation I think we all recognize that increasingly it looks more and more difficult for us to host this convention during the week of July thirteenth through the sixteenth but in my conversations that I've had with the comfort with the delegation and with that outcome convention organizers excel as well as my can conversations with chairman Tom Perez it was always clear to me that they are committed to nominating the next democratic presidential nominee here in the city market and I think that this announcement today underscores their commitment to doing that I think it's also extremely important because at a time where we are navigating the most tumultuous public health issue we have faced in our lifetime increasingly one of the most precarious economic situations we are in bed hopefully and I say this with a great deal of hope that by mid August that this will serve as a very very important shot in the arm for our local businesses so that they can X. expect to have visitors here how many visitors we don't know how many days the convention we don't know but I think what really allow this to happen again was a recognition by the Democratic National Committee and time president Joe somebody said particular it was very very important to remain committed to Wisconsin to be remain committed to Milwaukee and because they know we've got a lot of work say no that this is something it's important to us I would say this at the local level as excited as we have been we continue to be very excited about hosting this convention over the last month month and a half our city resources and I think IT resources throughout this community have been committed to dealing with the cold with nineteen crisis and become current economic crisis that it's developing in other words it's exciting is we've been about the convention it immediately got moved to the back burner but it never got taken off I never got taken off the stole and it's gonna remain on the back burner in terms of what we're doing right now in trying to address the public health crisis and deal with the economic crisis but by having this additional month of breathing room we are hoping that this will allow us then to pivot once we're moving out of these turbulent waters and use this as a very very important shot the iris I set that up to moving the community forward so again I've had conversations with German president conversations with Joe Solmonese with right elbow moderates in the host committee and I know that they've reached our device reform to this concert center district to others in the community to make sure availability it was something that we can work with and everyone we've talked to has been very very accommodating I'm very thankful for that obviously they're going to have to be somebody just listener being made along the way but this is a challenging time and I think what you saw here was a a commitment to the process of commitment to the community and a commitment to public health and I'm happy about all three of those very very much so there's any questions I'm happy at Juventus mayor Barrett holding his briefing from his living room to all the news agencies there yes as you heard it there Jeff the death of Democratic National Convention will now be held on August seventeenth in Milwaukee August seventeenth one month back from when it originally was supposed to be in July here in the city but you know in Iraq I think interestingly the word that the mayor used that I think people need to be aware of the issues fluid it is a under understandably it's a fluid sort of situation and I think what you're going to see S. time with what this was was an opportunity to to buy time to figure out you know where we are and but my guess is my guess is there's been no commitment at this point in time you know no certainty as to what exactly is it going to look like and I think that's a reasonable position we just you know who who knows exactly where we're going to be it two months from now but it is interesting to me that we're seeing so many of these dominoes already fall over for events in June and now July and now we know we're we're getting into August to me this makes eminent sense you hope that they're able to pull off something like this because again it's gonna be huge economic shot in the arm to Milwaukee and we're going to need an economic shot in the arm all ages they I mean they're still so many questions regarding the security the hotels the venues the entertainment the number of people in the the number of media that will be allowed to come in for this I mean we're talking about hotels in medicine and in Illinois some of these folks of that that's going to be a huge adjustment and I mean I assume that a lot of those hotels there's weddings generally in August the state state fair ends August sixteenth this is supposed to start the seventeenth so we are very very
"tom barrett" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Tom Barrett has asked governor Eberts via his order to switch the election to mail in only and not allow in person voting on April seventh that has not been dealt with yet I do have a fear that the governor is going to be bad in person voting on actual election day is April seventh given that we know the Democrats always get a head start in the absentee if that occurs it will be a significant advantage to their side something again to watch for I mentioned earlier in the program that more than half the cases in Milwaukee county corona virus are middle aged African American males best reason to explain that as reported that J. S. I might as I mentioned in the show several days ago as bad a story that's been circulating among a lot of African Americans who were under the impression that somehow they can get this thing obviously are they K. had but if you didn't hear the announcer yesterday summer presses would move back to September they got a hold of for three consecutive weekends I'm ninety festival spread over three weekends I think it'll be a train wreck myself it's been explained to me that they felt the need to have that they had to do a given the fact that so many bands tour schedules are up that they had massive cancellations of tours already have a lot of the performers that were scheduled and how can you have summer fest that there's no performance is going on it sure seems to be that some of these bands and many others are making a lot of premature decisions about canceling things the Olympics I perhaps understand because it's an international global event but here in the United States were on the verge of very strong pressure to resist all this closing stuff instead of re opening things they had if the experts are right of the virus the thing that's going to do the most to knock it out is going to be warm weather and it may well be that by June or July we are going to be through the worst of this said there would be no reason to not have a lot of these events going on I admit that summer fest a massive event that requires a lot of planning is in a different type of category we come back after the break I'm gonna give you are six o'clock word in the pay your bills cash contest we've already had a winner this afternoon we had another winner on my show yesterday FOR WYO said listener winners so far in total your text has about a thousand dollars come what we had another you claiming we have another winner the four o'clock hour we knocked out of the park to the three o'clock at the four o'clock hour contests were both won by W. I. we have another winner John Nichol beaten from Dallas but won the four o'clock hour so we wanted three we wanted for the five o'clock results don't come in until another half hour or so because they don't do the drive of course into just eight minutes ago hi so it'll take awhile for us to learn that but we've had two winners of the show already so far yeah remember we are competing against every I heart radio station in America on the soccer I am personally doing my part to come out of the depression the twenty versus putting on the state of Wisconsin what they don't cancel they this obviously is just yet you know more sick people than other stations will participate we're getting everybody to play like anyway I'm gonna give you that word we'll see if we can somehow get three I just above it six or nine o'clock eleven thirty WISN you're a small business owner and there's nothing small about.
Molson Coors shooting victims identified
"The five men who were killed by a co worker at a Milwaukee brewery include an electrician a navy veteran a father of two small children a fisherman and a grandfather authorities in Milwaukee identified the five victims and the assailant who killed himself in Wednesday shooting up the Molson Coors brewery all of the victims including the shooter were employees most in core CEO Gavin Hattersley with part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett was asked about speculation that the shooting was racially motivated right now there is an investigation going on I think it's premature to speculate on anything the shooter was a fifty one year old elektrische in who had worked at the Milwaukee Molson Coors complex for
"tom barrett" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Mayor Tom Barrett says we have to help one another our families are hurting the most in cores families are hurting another families are hurting our city is hurting and what's most important right now is that we as a community come together and put our arms around these grieving families police also identified the victims as employees ranging in age from thirty three to fifty seven the disgraced former mayor of Baltimore is sentenced to prison in a corruption case WTOP's Kate Ryan has more sixty nine year old can't compute the former mayor of Baltimore was sentenced to three years in federal prison on conspiracy and tax evasion charges tied to the sale of her self published children's books I think the first thing I should do is apologize to the citizens of Baltimore federal prosecutor Robert her the victims in a case like this that involve a severe betrayal of the public trust over a course of years has a lot of victims and those victims are all of us you will also have to pay more than four hundred thousand dollars in restitution Kate Ryan for CBS news Baltimore the governor's highway safety administration has just released a grim new report on pedestrian traffic deaths your organization estimates but the final numbers come in for twenty nineteen will be around sixty six hundred death that's three hundred more than the previous year and most of more than three decades older pedestrians in particular and we're seeing alcohol playing a big role in pedestrian deaths both from the pedestrian and the driver that's hitting them that's executive director Jonathan Adkins is this pedestrians are also twice as likely to be hit and killed by an S. U. V. it's hard when you're driving a day S. U. V. sometimes to see pedestrians particularly younger pedestrians are people who are smaller north winds five states account for almost half of the deaths reported who's being Arizona California Florida Georgia and Texas let's say you just bought a house bad news.
Milwaukee police ID brewery shooter as 15-year electrician
"At a news conference Thursday afternoon authorities in Milwaukee identified the five victims and the assailant who killed himself in Wednesday shooting up the Molson Coors brewery all of the victims including the shooter were employees most in core CEO Gavin Hattersley part of the fabric of our company and our community and we will miss them terribly Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett was asked about speculation that the shooting was racially motivated right now there is an investigation going on I think it's premature to speculate on anything the shooter was a fifty one year old elektrische in who had worked at the Milwaukee Molson Coors complex for fifteen years hi Mike Rossio
Gunman kills 5 at Milwaukee brewery before taking own life
"Molson Coors employees in Milwaukee are in mourning after Wednesday's tragedy a fellow employee opened fire on his coworkers at the Molson Coors brewery killing five of them before killing himself authorities have not released the gunman's name nor do we know why he did this mayor Tom Barrett says these five victims went to work that day just like everybody does they thought they were going to go to work finish their date and return to their families they didn't and tragically they never will I'm ready to fall late
"tom barrett" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"But I think you get a two for which is a drop in the U. S. dollar when the coast starts look clear but also a bouncing global stocks that could favor higher beta stocks in places like Europe so that's how we're positioned for a bounce US financials would be other place that we would look so those things are obviously getting beaten up pretty badly relative to the market as a whole those would be our preferred places to look for you know position for a bounce in those areas running to catch up with you and it is a chief investment strategist joining us on the markets with futures may session allows we down forty one points on the S. and P. five hundred down about one point three percent you know there's an interesting question baked into markets right now if the federal reserve cuts rates three times which is what the market is pricing in this year what does that do if this is a transitory type of move right I mean how much does that turbo charge the rally on the other side giving way to a lot of our stuff is a really important question because I would suggest they're not linear it's not one rate cut equal to rate cut equals three rate cuts equal if you go in one rate cut it's a big effective second recon catch up stating that their standard shouted looking for two right counts one and I really think and another one in June with a calf yet though with the exception that maybe these rate cuts it delivered with a reversal in mind in the second half if things pick up with the language says the sun thank you in the clothes that they like to this morning there's a lag period though for when the stimulus actually makes it to the economy and this is something he terminators we'll see it's it's an interesting question though at what point will the fed behind the curve both of the op or on the doubt Brazilian rail weaker Turkish lira was six point one six for those in the EM spaces are ugly numbers futures and negative forty one with their news in New York here's Michael Barr Lisa John thank you very much Milwaukee police still have not identified the employee who went into the Molson Coors brewery and fatally shot five co workers authorities say the fifty one year old man later turned the gun on himself the Waukee mayor Tom Barrett this is a tragic.
6 dead, including gunman, in shooting at MillerCoors building in Milwaukee, officials say
"Police say that the gunman who opened fire at one of the nation's largest breweries in Milwaukee Molson Coors killed five employees before taking his own life mayor Tom Barrett horrible horrible day for the employees here is a very rough day for anybody who is close to this situation police have identified the assailant as a fifty one year old Milwaukee man who did work at the beer
5 killed in shooting at Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee
"An employee who was fired in Milwaukee at the Molson Coors brewing company campus returned with a weapon Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says multiple people were killed including the suspected gunman CBS is dean Reynolds police responded to reports of a shooting at the Molson Coors compound Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett there was a horrifically shooting that has occurred very rough day for anybody who is close to the situation as
Milwaukee mayor: Multiple people dead in shooting at Molson Coors' corporate complex
"Multiple people dead after a shooting at the Molson scores campus in Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says the dead includes the shooter this remains an active scene there are multiple fatalities we know that the police department the fire department have been working extensively the sheriff is here as well it occurred at a sprawling complex that includes a mix of corporate offices and bring facilities at least six hundred people work at the complex which is widely known in the Milwaukee area as Miller
'Multiple people' killed in shooting at Molson Coors facility in Milwaukee
"The mayor of Milwaukee confirming multiple fatalities of a shooting at the Molson Coors breweries after there are multiple people who have died I believe including the shooter Tom Barrett didn't give any more details about how many people were dead though there are multiple reports of at least seven deaths he said police are still sweeping the facility and the situation
Democrats pick Milwaukee for 2020 convention
"Milwaukee's patients pays off as the city prepares to grab the political spotlight in twenty twenty welcome to Milwaukee twenty twenty democratic national convention, Tom Barrett's city and state leaders rejoicing in the decision by DNC chair Tom Perez to bring the twenty twenty DNC to the Bruce city that a very strong message that when we organize organizer early great candidates everywhere and lead with our values. We can win back. The presidency is the priority for Democrats while hosting the convention won't necessarily guarantee that governor either says there's reason for optimism after a sweep of statewide races. Great and save is. But actually. Twenty
Democrats pick Milwaukee for 2020 convention
"News, Washington Democrats are preparing to bring their national convention to the upper midwest. They announced Monday that the twenty twenty presidential nominating convention will be held in Milwaukee where Tom Barrett has the democratic mayor conventions about working people. It's about the elderly. It's about farmers all of those individuals are right here in the state of Wisconsin. Democrats chose Milwaukee for years after Hillary Clinton narrowly lost there and in two other traditionally blue states, Michigan and Pennsylvania to President Trump. More than a dozen Democrats have announced that they are seeking the
"tom barrett" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Later died mayor Tom Barrett says he sat an angry that yet. Another city police officer has been killed in the line of duty. He was doing his job. He was working to make our city safer, and he died and he died because an individual decided they'd rather than allowing the police to do their work lawfully. That he would kill this police office. This is the third fatal shooting of a Milwaukee police officer in the last eight months a caravan of sixteen hundred Central American migrants is surrounded by Mexican authorities near the Texas border. The migrants are across the Rio Grande from eagle pass, Texas. They're surrounded in an old factory. Port director Paul Ryan cone with customs and border patrol says the border crossing is still open. We're stopping traffic to run. Our scenarios are drills. We haven't closed because of anything else other than that deputy chief patrol agent. Matthew says arrest are being made at the border crossing. It could be a criminal prosecution where we take them to to federal court and prosecute them or it could be a removal process through the immigrations. I only migrants who receive a humanitarian visitor visa from Mexico are being allowed to leave the factory, I'm Ed Donahue. So big changes are in store for a county in Florida, which ran into major problems during the two thousand eighteen election. Recount Palm Beach county was unable to certify any of its results in four recounts. Last fall, we didn't anticipate that we would have to run a hundred percent of our balanced. CD's Alden cheese election supervisors Susan Booker is now gone. Those voting machines rebound to follow her after Palm Beach county. Commissioners approved nearly sixteen million dollars for nine hundred new scanners and other voting equipment. Everything is expected to be online in time for the twenty thousand Florida presidential primary. Peter King CBS news. News orlando. Good news for people who don't think before they type a message on one social media site. Now, if you send a message you regret over Facebook messenger. You can take it back, but you.
Jason Reitman to Direct Secret ‘Ghostbusters’ Movie
"Ongoing four time Oscar nominee Jason Reitman will be directing a new installment in the Ghostbusters series for Sony Pictures. It's set to come out in the summer of twenty twenty right? Been tweeting that he's quote, finally got the keys to the car. Reitman's father Ivan produced and directed the original Ghostbusters films back in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s Volkswagen and Ford say they're forming a global alliance in which will be joining together to develop commercial fans and medium sized pickups while exploring broader cooperation on battery powered and autonomous vehicles Volkswagen CEO Herber dis and Ford CEO, Jim. Hackett said in a statement today that the joints the first jointly developed vehicles could be hitting the market as soon as the year twenty twenty two and that the link-up would offer efficiencies that would mean stronger prophets starting in twenty twenty three. Well, every school kid in Michigan would get the same level of state support this under a constitutional amendment introduced in the state Senate today. Those details from Lansing bureau chief Tim scuba governors and legislators have tried to close the funding gap between the well to do school districts in the not so well to do and that has been closed, but it has not been closed for good. Equalizing state payments to every student in every district. Now comes state Senator Tom Barrett with a constitutional amendment to do that by the year. Twenty twelve thousand four it will take a border the people to say every school kid. We'll get the same amount of money. How much that will cost that number was not attached to the amendment? Which takes a two-thirds vote in the house and Senate to put it on the ballot for you to decide recording license WW James radio nine the state's new solicitor general will be taking the lead on the state's criminal cases related to the Flint water crisis. Attorney general Dana Nessel announcing today Fahd wa Hamade has become the first Muslim Arab American to achieve this post in the country of former lead attorney at the Wayne County prosecutor's office Ahmad will also lead the prosecution of involuntary manslaughter charges against two. Former high ranking Snyder officials w w j news time eleven twenty three.
"tom barrett" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Parody in the city of Milwaukee every summer it's the same thing I went through this For the last fifteen years every summer there's a call a press conference news conference by city, Milwaukee officials including the police chief for a yet a new plan to end the violence and, all it, is, the, same old rhetoric the same old stuff rehashed over and over calls. To end the violence talking about social Justice you know midnight basketball and all this other nonsense with no results to show for it they must be counting on the fact that it's not a fact that they. Must be counting on people's people's long term or even short term memory about their. Inability to corral crime to, get their arms around you indicated there's really only one way to do this to punish that unwanted behavior but. On the other, hand Tom Barrett is, behind this. Alternatives to, incarceration community corrections all these failed failed by the way behavior modification. Programs and we just they just regurgitate regurgitated Every year every summer but this year they waited until the end of summer and now. They're going to get serious Vicky now they're putting their foot down and they're gonna. Do something about now they're not gonna do anything about the violent, it doesn't begin with more police tougher sentences actual punishment for crime getting the criminals the violent criminals out of the neighborhoods, that they are disrupting than it is not to be taken seriously this midnight basketball community corrections, all of, the, soft, stuff this one this new blueprint for peace this is also going. To look at infant mortality the impact of anxiety on and and trauma informed assistance to families in these neighborhoods you know what you want to reduce the trauma the anxiety and all of the other problems in. These neighborhoods take the criminal offenders out of those neighborhoods put them in jail in. Jail and if we don't, have enough jail than that might be something you want to petition the state of Wisconsin to help on if. It's not that then it isn't Syria Then. It's just more documents is a fifty page document. There's multiple agencies with liaisons there's no people being being paid in positions of coordination and the list. Goes on it's the same old garbage if anybody actually cared about these. Neighborhoods if anybody actually cared about these people. In these neighborhoods on the bubble or totally, at risk these young people these young, men these young, women these moms then we wouldn't be hearing for the teens time another another version of, midnight basketball, yeah one of, the reasons why they get. Away with, it because they do have. An inability to to get their arms around this, thing to come up with a plan you need an effective plan. That.
"tom barrett" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Mayor Tom Barrett says Milwaukee has a violent crime problem for individuals who have all died in a twenty four hour period And there's guns involved everywhere it tells you there's. A problem just last night one person died in two people were injured in separate shootings congressman, Chris Collins, is vowing to fight charges of insider trading and lying, to the FBI the indictment also accuses the New York Republicans son Cameron and the. Father of, Cameron's beyond say Delo field iconic smiley barn, was supposed to, make its return, today but. The Barnes walls might not be stable enough to. Hold up the smiley sign sign makers say they're going back to the drawing board checking the Bryant heating and cooling sports scoreboard. It's the brewers and Padres of, Miller park tonight also tonight lake shores of lack. An Kenosha hose Rockford from your local roofer the over the top roof dot com news center I'm Terry bell on. News talk eleven thirty w I s n the United States government is doing some refinancing today issuing a fresh twenty six billion with. A b. dollars of ten year treasury notes the, results of that, auction could move mortgage rates one way or the other tomorrow we get a reading on wholesale and And Friday we'll? Find out how much retail prices increased? In July that's important. Because inflation is the arch enemy of interest rates. So with the odds of another fed rate hike. In September now at ninety eight percent which will push the. Primary to five and a quarter low overhead accurate can still deliver somehow a four point. Six six APR on the two hundred thousand dollars thirty year fixed rate mortgage with no points, and just, eleven hundred eighty eight dollars of total on cost if, you have twenty five percent equity and all the other rights stuck if you're willing. To pay, three quarters of a point we can also, still lock in, that trophy three, point nine. Nine percent fifteen year fixed rate the AP RS. Four point.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"WTMJ five day forecast tonight. A stray shower late low sixty eight tomorrow warm and muggy spotty showers a high of, eighty six Friday sunny and seasonable a high of eighty Saturday sunny a high of eighty one Sunday sunny high eighty degrees in. Waukesha it's eighty in Milwaukee it is. Seventy eight degrees So this afternoon thirty fifth, and Clark a fatal shooting at twenty three year old woman is dead there was a fatal shooting yesterday. There were four on Monday walkie mayor Tom Barrett is with us, this afternoon live on WTMJ good afternoon mayor I can't how're you doing I'm all right? So on Monday. After that terrible night you said we have to do a better as a city, that was after the four shootings on Monday now we've had two more, in the last eighteen hours or so how do we do better mayor, a number of places where we have to do better there's no question we as a community has to do better that the police. Are doing their jobs and I think we've seen as too much how dangerous their jobs are and we've got a lot of police out there and obviously we've got but you, concerns that have, been exacerbated. By the fact that the state, doesn't set forward to help us in the. Way they should but I think most, people don't understand that the budget. For our marketplace department. Is larger than the entire Property tax Levy for the city of walkie the budget just to the. Police department alone is larger than. The entire property tax Levy but the, police alone can't do it and the. Four homicide of the four killings. Took place. Over that twenty? Four hour period. What struck me more than anything was, the fact that their guns on both sides and what I mean by that but when one incident there. Was a group of people in boyfriend girlfriend they started shooting each. Other get killed from both sides he had people it was it was literally a gunfight? One or the. Other individuals died hit a gun and the fourth one also had a gun so, you've got this situation where people are taking guns places and you take, a gun out and you're thinking you're gonna resolve you with a gun, you're going to end up likely either killing somebody or being dead yourself and so what I need to do is I need people. To I get that message across the police are doing as much as they can but we we need We need to community. Involved in this. As well. So I look at the statistics every single morning every single morning I look. At where we are in terms of homicide. And I can tell you this morning we at sixty eight, homicides that's two down from last year this time at six down from two years ago. So it's not like it's a runaway issue but what concerns me is. Two years ago we had a very violent August and obviously August. Is starting out violence this year here when you've got six homicides in basically, a three, day period This is what I'm talking about and and. People can get. Involved in the dock and people everybody in this city talks to other people in the city it's it's got we got. To get that message to we're going to continue. To law enforcement we're going to continue to do the work of. Our office advantage prevention but it's got to be more, than that mirror a lot of these, shootings happen in the overnight. Hours but this one we saw happened in broad daylight does that concern you that. Maybe we're seeing a change there every homicide, concerns me no matter what time of day, it is it concerns me I'll, tell you because I guess got off the phone with a police chief literally seconds before I got on with you Because he had called me and he was talking about how we're seeing a lot of felony possession of firearms as well That's when you've got felony possession of a firearm that is a again I just a recipe for disaster and he stresses that ten percent of the population than just causing these problems and anybody who's pulling a gun out there What he's disputes as as. A chief describes it that's a cowardly act Machi mayor Tom Barrett is with us mayor as I was preparing for this interview I find myself thinking. About the incident you were involved in. Its state, fair a few years ago you came to the aid of somebody who is being beaten up and you got injured yourself as. You intervened. And tried to do the right thing now we're. So quick to pull. Guns I mean I was thinking, about that incident and how fortunate you were and now so much as being settled with guns instead of fists it's terrifying Well. It is That's right you're right when people are taking guns out and that's why I'm hits Washington park band shell yesterday and, talking about this the fact that every single homicide in vowed people arguing and. They, had guns, and and again, somehow, people think okay I've. Got a gun I'm going to. Win, this argument well the president, of the gun you may. End up dead that's what happened four times in a twenty. Four hour period he, is Milwaukee. Mayor Tom Barrett thank you so much for being with us, Mr Mayor very very much a very good question about it being in broad daylight because most of these, happened after dark they happen when, things are sketchy people. Have been drinking they've been. Out all. Day it's hot this one happened at two o'clock. In the afternoon this young lady dying at thirty, fifth and Clark two o'clock. In the afternoon we don't. Know the details the shooting. At the park. The other day one guy. Had a gun the other guy had a gun the end up shooting. At each other multiple shots fired into people end up dead in a park across from a high end. Department come Flex this isn't it like thirty fifth and north We got to figure this out it's four twenty. Six at WTMJ news about your money this afternoon let's check in with Brad. Allen with the WTMJ Drake and associates market update US stocks traded lower today. After China and build new tariffs on. US goods the Dow Jones industrial average slid forty five points with. Disney is the worst performing stock in the index, the s. and p. five hundred fell point zero, three percent and the NASDAQ composite traded point zero six percent lower the Chinese ministry of commerce announced the twenty five percent. Charge on sixteen billion dollars worth of US goods.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Again on Facebook dot com slash. Six twenty WTMJ and I knew a number of people, been doing that over the last Last couple of days let's get started as you might have heard the democratic national convention. Is possibly. And I say possibly coming to Milwaukee, one of the owners of the, bucks and of course the owners of the, box that the big owners of, the bucks are big time Democrats. And big time donors big time fundraisers, and they are making a. Push to have the twenty twenty democrat, convention in Milwaukee and Milwaukee is one of the guess semi finalist or, finalist it is a city which is under consideration I don't know if at the end of the day the Democrats are going to decide to come here but I. Will tell you I mean. There's some heavyweight contributors there's some financial powerhouses who are pushing for the walkie well into the fray comes Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett now Tom Barrett Is is we? Have discussed over the last. Few, years, he, has decided that he wants. His legacy to be the. Downtown streetcar you know the streetcar that has, had the city of Milwaukee torn up for the better part of the last couple. Of years the. Streetcar it is costing us, taxpayers about one hundred and twenty million dollars now I I understand that, half of that were more comes from. Federal grants but I mean federal grants money that kind of rains down from heaven that the federal, grants that's taxpayer money so, even though it's, not directly money from the city of Milwaukee even though there's going to be money from the tax payers of walking to get put into it. You have the streetcar is a very very. Costly enterprise now the Potter WADA me have stepped up, what do they call it they call it the, flop no no no they, call it, the hop they call. It the hop I think it's going to be a flop but the Potter Wadham you've stepped, up and. They, are going To subsidize the rides for at least a year so you're going to be able to ride it for free so. We're not gonna know really whether anybody would pay to ride it but the. Problem the, streetcar has this is costing one hundred twenty million dollars ballpark to, install a streetcar that really, doesn't go anywhere that people wanna ride it starts off at the bus station kind. Of winds a little bit through downtown and then ends up on, the Lower East Side it doesn't go to the bucks arena it doesn't go to Marquette it does, have a spur or we'll have a, spur that goes. Down, to the lake front so I guess, theoretically if you need to? Get to for the bus. Depot, to, the, lakefront during summer fest or. German fest you can take. It but the big problem is it doesn't, go anywhere and two I will give the mayor his do He acknowledges that his plan is that he wants. To see the streetcar expand all throughout the city because he recognizes that, the only way the thing is going to work is if you do expand it all throughout the city 'cause you're never going to get enough riders to. Sustain it if you live in a to the one point whatever mile two point one mile radius that it is now so with. The idea that the Democrats may be. Coming to Milwaukee for their. Twenty twenty convention today's TM j four reports that well the mayor and some people at city. Hall wait for it, are already talking about expanding the streetcar in anticipation of the convention here's what channel four reports the walkie, considered streetcar expansion for. The democratic national convention the Moltke hop isn't even running down. The tracks yet but there's already talk Of expanding the streetcar in time for the. Twenty twenty democratic national convention if Milwaukee gets the event but walkie city engineers have. Been meeting to discuss design and engineering obstacles while the, mayor's office is exploring Further funding methods the mayor, says it's something that will be tight for us to do it would be difficult to us for do. But we think we, can pull it off the mayor says that he believes once this starts running the dynamic will change. And the debate with changes to how can I get. This extended to our neighborhood the city. Engineer says current streetcar construction has prepared the city. Yet you can't get anywhere in downtown Milwaukee because of this so people, are. Prepared to have the streets torn up we've, kind, of gone through this process. Now we have some of the relationships already established we have some. Of the processes and, how to do that coordination with yes if the Democratic National Committee were to say yeah we'll bring the convention here the city would have less than eighteen months to build the addition the city engineer says I think it's going to be possible. And what they would look. For is they would go to the bus station and they would run. Another line up four th street Presumably. To the area of the bucks arena they, say oh we think that we could do. That one of the big issues of course how how, are you going to pay for this like I say the first installment was one hundred and twenty million. The mayor says we, always knew that the next leg was that we want to do so there's already been attacks incremental. Financing district that's been created and would fund the extension. To the arena the city is also. Applying for federal build funding dollars which could be. Decided soon now I wouldn't hold your breath that the Trump administration is, going. To be handing out huge grants to the, city, of Milwaukee to extend the. Streetcar line but what do I know all right let's see this. Up four one four, seven nine nine one six twenty that. Is the accurate mortgage talk and text line not a single person has written the hop for the flop or whatever as of yet Should we be looking already. At expanding, this, and I don't know how many tens. Of millions of dollars this, this would, cost but the mayor appears prepared to spend whatever? It's gonna take, to do that would this be a good investment. Or at the, very least should we wait and see what happens to the streetcar line. Before we put it in because keep in mind the democratic national convention even if we get it even. If they decide to bring it to Milwaukee it's a, week it's a week these. Streetcar is potentially forever or at least until another mayor and a new common council come in recognize it's a huge mistake and tear it out four one. Four seven nine nine one? Six twenty. Should we expand it before anybody's, even, ridden, the trolley four one four. Seven nine nine one six twenty we discussed.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Thirty six Back in the seat after Very enjoyable vacation I'll get to that, much later in the program but I'm. Glad, to be back here unfortunately as I was getting ready, for the shadow chill today sat at home and watch the press conference and learn a discovered that the another Milwaukee police officer was killed, in the line of duty joining us to, talk about, that as mayor, Tom Barrett. Good morning mayor good, morning you use the word sorrow and anger last night in in your in your. Comments at the press conference. I understand the sore apart. Tell me the anger piece what does that mean And anger obviously is directed toward the person to commit the cri- this was a horrific crime and you had. Police officer and police officers were carrying. Out the duties if they've been asked to carry out and to have a drug dealer who I had little guy for life before this take his life angers think you you have, to have both emotions you're you're very sorrowful for the family at the same time you're. Angry as we as we talk about crime in, Milwaukee the very difficult job of law. Enforcement, and I don't know that there's a more tougher job, on this planet and being a police officer and having to deal with some of the things that they face I heard you with Gina, Jane earlier they face people at the worst, moment their, lives and they, and they're. In these these confrontations, in this case with the worst outcome possible as the leader of a city like. Milwaukee does it frustrate you. That some members of our. Community seem to not Wanna cooperates and does that make, the job of law enforcement difficult and does it make your job tougher Well I think. It makes everyone's job, tougher and again, I stress this over and over again that that I really do and I mean this, I say. This I need this to be a community where residents. Can work with respect your police out Police. Officers to work within respect. Their residents this this is gonna work, this society is going to, work if we have people. Who respect each, other and that's what it comes. Down to and clearly there are people who. Are, going to violate the law that's why. We have, police if we didn't have people violate law we wouldn't need the. Police but we need, to police and, so we we have to have this balance that's why there's the relationship is so important We're, joined by walkie mayor Tom Barrett as. You think about what happened now the second death of a walkie. Police officer killed in the. Line of duty in two months and, we we often hear the, words community relations improving those relationships and a, lot of people talk about that. What does that really mean in your mind Needs. To, my mind is is looking at the person and trying to understand who they are and this, is this, is personal relationships is having, respect for, people and understanding that different people have different backgrounds no matter. Where you fall in in the community and And just. Like you want, to be respected just like I want to be, respected people to be respected that's what we're. Losing now in society I think is that basic. Tendency towards the spectating other people? Particularly. People who maybe different in one fashion or another, for myself as you know someone who's been a mayor for a long time an elected official for even longer than that adversity sometimes can drive innovation and changes in communities is this one of those moments possibly I think this is as you pointed out earlier this is the second time in seven weeks that I've, been through this into the community in the police department Families have, been for this where someone suddenly taken away from, them so the jolts suddenness of that is. Again for the family in particular to the police. Stanley particular it's it's very it's? Very. It's horrible way you can describe it you hope, that we can grow as a society when this happens and it's going to take work that when people saying All right We have to make. This work we have to make, this work and that means people coming together and sometimes not acting the way they've acted in the past about. Politicians. Now okay Many of. These decisions should, not, be political issues we we have to find a way to work beat. Out among yourselves mayor Tom Barrett, got about thirty seconds of your message to the community at this time we're we're all grieving about the death. Of Supporter for the family that's been. Affected family until the police officers that you thank, them for their duty and thank them for the sacrifices they make because, it's too they make. Sacrifices for us thanks, for joining me as always thank you very much it's interesting to hear the mayor's perspective this is a tough time for an. Elected official and I know that the people have strong opinions about leadership of mayor Tom Barrett in Milwaukee but in this case. He says the right things grieve for the family. Feel, angry about what you're seeing and what you're hearing about in this community, and maybe just maybe this is the time where somebody's a light. Switch goes on even, members of the African American in Milwaukee While I understand your. Frustration sometimes getting in the face of law enforcement and some of that happened last night at the scene I watched that video Getting the face a law enforcement is not a good idea. Especially at the moment When one, of their fellow. Officers was killed there was was on his, way to the hospital It's gonna require cooperation communication and an understanding, this is a tough job in a tough city And pretending that protest is somehow helpful In the manner which you're you're doing this demonstrate demonstrates to me. A lack of understanding about this issue things will improve. When people cooperate a communicate. More effectively that's the bottom line here after the, break would be joined. By anti Schwartz former MP spokesper spokesperson she, knew the officer killed yesterday in Milwaukee I'll ask you what this. Means for the department going forward what this means about. The the leadership of chief. Morales now facing a second death of a police, officer in the city. Milwaukee that's all next right here.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WWL
"So i guess what five or six i i don't know yeah it the video is really quite disturbing you know it all could have been taken care of so easily you know a sterling brown parked across a couple of parking spaces that were reserved for disabled drivers to in the morning you know maybe the answer is to call a tow truck a policeman or you know ask him to move the car instead it escalated and you know a milwaukee mayor and police chief knew they had a volatile situation on their hands because they saw the video and it was really really deeply troubling and they did their best to defuse the situation ahead of time this incident took place a couple of months ago back in february and the milwaukee mayor tom barrett had warned the images were quote disconcerting and disturbing milwaukee police chief alfonso morales said in a statement that officers had been disciplined for acting quote inappropriately i mean who calls for backup on a parking violation for crying out loud well and then tastes is a guy who isn't really you know fighting it or is it being a problem you know and and it's it's so awful to hear him you know lying on the ground grunting in pain from being taste he was you know he reached into his pocket and the police officers didn't like that and that's when the situation you know when it escalated and really needlessly so yeah sterling brown initially arrested on a misdemeanor charge of resisting or obstructing an officer police officials did not refer the case to prosecutors after an internal review that included viewing the body camera footage that most of us have seen now i mean is that because they had been filed charges against the milwaukee police officers.
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"Soon for more details and to find a store near you go to sleepnumber dot com milwaukee police have released officer body cam video of the january arrest of bucks guard sterling brown a stun gun was used in that confrontation in store parking lot milwaukee's mayor tom barrett apologized for the treatment this type of behavior whether it's toward a professional athlete or any other citizen has no place in our city brown was never charged in southern california eighty three people have been charged with running their gang known as the mexican mafia from inside the l a county jail system us attorney nick hannah members of the organization plotted to have inmates and others on the streets viciously beaten stabbed kidnapped and killed these attacks were designed to instill discipline for violating mexican mafia rule those charged you're being moved to federal facilities or state prisons beginning today if you're on facebook the site will ask you to make choices about your private information and how it is shared cbs news contributor nick thompson what they're trying to do now with the public education campaign is get us involved because remember facebook is basically a compilation of all the data we give it we're trained to say this is false this is misleading that helps them combat it a new study uncovers troubling news about women and a certain kind of cancer cbs dr tarun ruler of lung cancer has declined for both men and women but it has dropped at a steeper way more pronounced way for men so now we are seeing more cases of lung cancer in young women than young men these are women who are born after the mid nineteen sixties women who are white women who are hispanic but what's interesting is it does not seem to be related to changes or differences in smoking behavior check of wall street in the early going today the dow is down one hundred seventeen points nasdaq is down twenty six s and p five hundred down about twelve points time on the roundup eight past the hour seven or eight at the bay area's news station kcbs sky's gray the drizzle not a story today though good morning i'm stand bunker i'm susan lee taylor just ahead on kcbs too much water on to.
Milwaukee police release bodycam video of arrest, tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown
"Police and gurney shot and killed woman along a busy street someone reported a suspicious car with a bullet hole and an unconscious man inside when police approached the woman behind the wheel took off hitting a fire vehicle than getting out along route forty one near chinden park police tried to stop her but they say she had a long barreled firearm and engaged them that's when they fatally shot the woman there could be a possible connection with her shooting in a standoff earlier in antioch the supreme court ruled the judge overseeing the high profile case of chicago police officer jason van dyke as to make some procedural changes judge vincent gone has to end the practice of requiring every court filing to be routed directly to his chambers they now must be filed publicly in the circuit court clerk's office the ruling comes two weeks after several news organizations accused the judge of unconstitutional conduct and ceiling every filing in the case van dyke was charged with first degree murder in two thousand fifteen on the same day police dashboard camera video of the shooting was released kim gordon wgn news the milwaukee police are being criticized for their arrest of nba players sterling brown back in january after police video is released that video showing brown teased by police there was a scuffle during a parking incident after brown parked across two handicapped spots police tased him saying brown got aggressive in a statement brown saying what happened to him shouldn't happen to anyone and that he'll take legal action milwaukee mayor tom barrett mr brown deserves an apology i'm very sorry the milwaukee police treated him in the fashion he was treated wgn sports dylan kelly tossed seven strong innings for his first major league win yoan moncada an atom angle each hit threerun homers the white sox pound the orioles eleven one last night on the south side they wrap up the fourgame set this afternoon any your has your pre game at twelve thirty five first pitch one ten with ed.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Actually we're going to dip out here is it looks like tom barrett is about to address the media we have mayor tom barrett talking to the media right now about the video release of the sterling brown arrest and a tasting let's dip into that right now i have had the opportunity to see the video and i had the opportunity to see the statements that were made by police chief i am also aware of the fact that mr brown has issued a statement as well is a human being i am offended by what i saw on the video as mayor i am committed to improving police community relations mr brown deserves an apology and i am very sorry the milwaukee police treated him in the fashion he was treated this type of behavior whether it's toward a professional athlete or any other citizen has no place in our city in fact the reality that he's a professional athletes really has nothing to do with this no citizen should be treated this way the actions i saw also demand accountability and i know the police chief has disciplined those who were involved and the discipline on a daily basis the milwaukee police department fosters adamantly serve and protect the residents of our city they put their lives on the line every single day for our safety they do it for us they do it for visitors and i have immense respect to the officers who do that i respect the difficult job they have to do but when instances like this come to light we must pledge to do better and we will do better she from rows is leading the effort to enhance police community relations he's not new to this community and he understands our history i'm confident in the coming months he will increase the frequency of meetings with residents community leaders and other stakeholders to continue to build community trust as the mayor of this city i need this to be a city in fact we all lead this to be a city where residents can work with and respect our police officers we also need this to be a city where are police officers can work with and respect our residents it has to be a two way street.
"tom barrett" Discussed on The Jump
"Seen the video told the paper that brown did absolutely nothing to provoke the officers here's one of the quotes he isn't combative he isn't threatening said one source quote very bad milwaukee mayor tom barrett who has seen the footage said i definitely have concerns after watching the video guys i mean we haven't seen the video yet but again let me the facts parking violation apparently this was in the parking lot of a walgreens he parked in a handicapped space which he shouldn't have done because he didn't have any relates this does not get you stun gun wrestle though i don't i mean how does it make you feel when you feel that we went from here to there it is what it is a lot of people don't wanna hear it you can have all the money in the world you can basic sales you can be nba football still black the today and you're going to get looked at in in a certain way with god is where you at what you're doing and that's just the reality of a lot of people don't want to say i'm pretty sure like you have people speaking of this kid said he's not he's not a confrontational kid he's a good kid and to get over over a parking spot that shows that it's only because of the him being black or just a whoever reacted that way just having a bad day just not surprised i mean this is what young black kids young black adults have been going through in america i was raised in los angeles where all seeing the riots i see how they react i've been victim of being handcuffing reason by the police it's just i don't understand why we're still at this point at this day and age in two thousand eighteen when we should have come so far from racism and and us having a black president is you gotta look at people as equal and it's just for black people to be concealed sought out with gun violence and being arrested for no apparent reason not a reason that justifies it is just this appointing and it just shows that has no respect because as a man if i'm doing something wrong somebody can tell me that i'm doing some wrong and i understand that what out you put your hands on me.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Said i've had people approach me saying we would like you to be mayor we'd like you to stay mayor i've had wonderful anybody other than the people that work for him saying that all right but then he goes on to say i've had people approach me and say we'd like you to run for governor tom we'd like you to run for governor this is what politicians always do give you the line well i've got people telling me they want me to run for governor my question would be any of those people that are telling him that he they want him to run for governor is it anybody other than the scott walker supporter who is asking him to run for governor nevertheless he is a pass apparently serious about well wanting to do for the state what he has done for the city of milwaukee four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text line now hear me out on this one here me out on this one i have three words to describe my message to the mayor those words would be run tom run yes i am formerly encouraging tom barrett to run for governor because as somebody who thinks scott walker has done an absolutely outstanding job if you want to see scott walker re elected governor by perhaps the largest margin ever have the democratic party nominate tom barrett a three time loser to run for governor have tom barrett trolley tom nps out of control crime have tom berry tried to go back to the state and say even in an era where there might be a blue wave i want to do for the state of wisconsin would i have done for the city of milwaukee i say run tom run let's thi this up four one four seven nine nine one six twenty mortgage talk and text line would you like to see tom barrett run once again to be the governor of the.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Traffic how the roads on this friday dad so far so good we are seeing a bit of a quiet ride right now eastbound 94 highway 16 to the zoo interchange is gonna be 11 from the zoo to downtown it's gone back to about a sevenminute rise we're in good shape they're the westbound side little tight downtown to the zoo interchange is gonna be about seventeen minutes that is an extra 10 minutes to your normal ride named the laser heading up to the stadium inner change the keep that in mind from the zoo to highway 16 clear at eleven in 41 southbound highway q to the zoo interchange you're looking at fifteen minutes let's nice clear ride there southbound 43 brown deer road to the marquette will take you twelve heading over the highrise bridge you're going gonna find a seven minute ride there from downtown to layton and on aid 94 southbound between the zoo and hail it's going to take you five minutes i'm debbie lazaga with wtmj pellawicom timesaver traffic the wtmj fiveday forecast can yet mainly clear in cold skies is go into the overnight hours we'll still be a bit breezy low dropping to six at lakefront minus one inland everybody looking at wind chills below zero on saturday mostly sunny and chile a high of fifteen degrees with again wind chill hovering close zero many of us dropping below zero especially during the morning and evening hours on sunday increasing clouds increasing template snowmoving in after six p m after a high of twenty degrees snow expected as we go into your martin luther king junior day will be cloudy and windy with no coming to an end by the afternoon after a high of twenty two or tuesday mostly cloudy with just a few flurries and a high of twenty degrees i'm meterologist jesse ripta for this wanting forecast on wtmj milwaukee mayor tom barrett holding a news conference as we speak as i have learned about this had been demanding additional information getting answers i am angry is the point and i am actively working with partners staff to fix it right now i have directed the department to immediately determine.
"tom barrett" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Quality port twenty at wtmj milwaukee mayor tom barrett something exciting going on in milwaukee we're gonna share that with you right after traffic and weather it's debbie laws get a kick us off eight heavy pay john but we do have some delays northbound 43 landed at has to do with folks heading for the packers game dantata good hope rug will be fifteen minutes at is an extra six eastbound 94 highway 16 all the way into downtown looking did that seven minutes westbound 94 little heavy 12 to get from downtown to the zoo that is a five minute delay from the zoo to highway 16 is eleven minutes 41 southbound highway q to the zoo interchange that's 18 an extra three there and 43 southbound moving while brown deer road to downtown is 12 minutes and then as you head over the high rise bridge downtown to layton avenue will be another seven i'm debbie lazaga with wtmj piled up you i'd acounting for happy the wtmj fiveday forecast for tonight mostly cloudy low twenty seven degrees tomorrow mostly to partly cloudy high forty two wednesday mostly sunny high forty four thursday cold higher 38 friday sunny a high of forty degrees in waukesha forty in milwaukee it's thirty seven degrees john melissa with you taken you have to five o'clock then it's packers football seems like they have a flew i'm excited for i asked packers lyons from orlando at five o'clock quilted he was the first day of the milwaukee start at week which runs through november twelve th and it sat in annual entrepreneurled event that brings entrepreneur investors corporate innovators and local leaders altogether.