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Nikolas Cruz set to plead guilty to Parkland massacre
"The parkland school shooting suspect is set to plead guilty today to shooting seventeen people Nicolas Cruz's attorneys said during a hearing last week that he would plead guilty to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school fourteen students and three staff members were killed on Valentine's day twenty eighteen Cruz had been expelled a year earlier after a history of threatening sometimes violent behavior dating back to preschool a jury will determine whether he gets the death penalty or life in prison without parole after the shooting Cruz's attorneys offered to have him plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence but Broward state attorney Mike Satz rejected the offer saying crews deserve the death sentence he stepped down this year I'm Julie Walker
Iran: US should lift sanctions to prove it wants talks
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting Iran wants the United States to lift sanctions to prove it once stalled nuclear talks to proceed Iran's president said Monday the United States should lift sanctions on Iran to prove it is serious about restarting stalled nuclear talks in Vienna Ebrahim Raisi made his comments in an interview with Iranian state TV but in Washington at a state department briefing spokesman that price we will continue to enforce them together with our allies and partners around the world until and unless a run chooses a path of diplomacy talks between Iran and the European signatories of the twenty fifty nuclear deal alongside Russia and China have been stalled since June president Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States from the accord in twenty eighteen Mike
Florida school massacre families settle suit with district
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting families reach a settlement with the Florida school district in a twenty eighteen high school massacre fifty two families of people either killed wounded or traumatized in the twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in parkland Florida have reached the twenty five million dollar settlement with Broward county school district the settlement was reached in a lawsuit that accused the school district of negligence David Brill an attorney representing the families confirmed the settlement first reported by the South Florida sun Sentinel fourteen students and three staff members were killed in the attack last week attorneys representing Nicolas Cruz said Cruz will plead guilty Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder hi Mike Rossio
Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre
"The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicolas Cruz said he plans to plead guilty to the twenty eighteen massacre the guilty plea for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the twenty three year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole attorneys told the judge that cruise plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder in the February twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty that will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I surely outlier
Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter
"A prominent accuser is suing Bill Cosby Lili Bernard says she filed suit against Cosby before new Jersey's two year window to file older sexual assault claims expires she claims he raped her in nineteen ninety in an Atlantic city hotel room Bernard tells the AP she was prompted in part by bill Cosby's recent release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his twenty eighteen sexual assault conviction on procedural grounds when the justice system fails survivors of sexual assault that
Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction
"A work by British street artist Banksy sold for a record twenty five million dollars at auction in London something happened after what is now called love is in the band sold in twenty eighteen for the first time for just one point four million dollars the how much came down and all of a sudden we had this beeping noise it wasn't Sotheby's along through or like what's going on M. a Baker at Sotheby's says auctioneers were out of their seats their hands were over there miles looked over in the the picture has sort of look like in full and half out of the frame and it wasn't until a bit later that we realized that it had to be shredded it's a half shredded canvas and ornate frame bearing a spray painted image of a girl reaching for a heart shaped red balloon the
Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction
"A work by British street artist Banksy that sold for one point four million dollars in twenty eighteen could make several times that price at an auction today something happened after what is now called love is in the band sold for the first time the how much came down and all of a sudden we had this beeping noise it wasn't Sotheby's along through or like what's going on I'm a Baker itself to be says auctioneers were out of their seats their hands over their mouths looked over in the the picture has sort of look like you'd fold in half out of the frame and it wasn't until a bit later that we realized that it had to be shredded it's a half shredded campus in an ornate frame bearing a spray painted image of a girl reaching for a heart shaped red balloon this Banksy could sell for as much as eight million dollars if you're looking at in the grand scheme of high prices for Banksy in the last three years it's still looking okay looks
Raiders' Gruden resigns over offensive emails
"Jon Gruden has issued a statement following his resignation former Las Vegas raiders coach Jon Gruden says he never meant to hurt anyone Gruden issued a statement Monday night after resigning saying he loves the raiders and did not want to be a distraction Gruden's stepped down after the New York times reported that he frequently used racist misogynistic and homophobic language in emails he sent before being hired by the raiders in twenty eighteen a league source confirms the accuracy of the emails and says they were sent to the raiders last week raiders owner mark Davis issued a statement Monday night saying only that he accepted Gruden's resignation I'm
Jon Gruden Is Out After Homophobic and Mysogynistic Comments
"A person familiar with the decision tells the Associated Press that raiders head coach Jon Gruden has stepped down following emails containing racist homophobic and misogynistic comments emails acquired by The New York Times show the Gruden frequently use misogynistic and homophobic language directed at commissioner Roger Goodell and others within the league the Wall Street journal said Friday the group used a racist comment to describe NFLPA leader DeMaurice Smith in twenty eleven the times acquired email sent between twenty eleven to twenty eighteen when Gruden was an analyst for ESPN they
Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election
"The turnout in Iraq's weekend elections with little more than forty percent according to preliminary results announced the turn ons a record low in the post Saddam Hussein Iraq signaling widespread distrust of the country's rulers the independent high electoral commission says early results show turn out from the Sunday vote at forty one percent that's down from forty four percent in the twenty eighteen elections which itself was an all time low the voters being mauled by widespread apathy and the bloody close by many young activists who thronged the streets of Baghdad and Iraq's southern provinces in late twenty nineteen calling
Reaching pre-pandemic levels, 'Venom' debuts with $90.1M
"It's probably the best news for Hollywood in more than a year and a half good evening Jan this is high it's a major sign that the movie industry is ready to say goodbye to the pandemic error the Marvel sequel venom let there be carnage did some serious damage at the box office over the weekend bringing in a whopping ninety point one million dollars in ticket sales not only does that represent the best total of any movie during the pandemic so far it also means that venom has out grossed its original which came out back in twenty eighteen all this despite the fact that the movie was expected to earn only half that amount in its debut and what is good news for Hollywood may only get better the new James Bond film hits movie theaters this coming weekend in its international debut it put up monster numbers so the movie industry is hoping that it will follow that act when it opens domestically I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Haniger's homer helps M's beat A's 4-2, close in wild card
"The mariners are within a half game of Boston for the second AL wild card following Seattle's four two verdict over the athletics Mitch Haniger belted his one hundredth career home run one night after hitting to win a round of Oakland Jake Fraley provided a go ahead two run double in the mariners fortieth comeback win Tyler Anderson pitched four innings on just two days rest for the Ms who won their team record eleventh straight game over Oakland the mariners are eighteen games over five hundred for the first time since August twenty eighteen following their ninth victory in ten contests the ETS remain three and a half games out of a playoff berth I'm Dave Ferrie
Maryland newspaper gunman gets more than 5 life prison terms
"The man found guilty of the shot gun killings of five people at the capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis Maryland has been sentenced to life without parole the assault was one of the worst attacks on journalists in U. S. history in June of twenty eighteen Jarrod Ramos hunted down staffers of the capital Gazette's newspaper office a jury found Ramos criminally responsible for killing Wendi winters John McNamara Gerald Fishman rob Hyson and Rebecca Smith and today and Anna Rundle county judge sentenced him to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole the judge was crystal clear that Jarrod Ramos should never be allowed to walk out of prison ever state's attorney and cold blooded spoke to reporters he regretted not being able to kill more of the victims capital Gazette photographer Paul Gillespie says the sentencing doesn't erase the pain that someone wants me everyday Montana winters Geimer is the daughter of windy winters the person that took her from us will never breathe freedom again I'm Jennifer king
Maryland newspaper gunman who killed 5 to be sentenced
"A man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper is scheduled to be sentenced today for one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in U. S. history prosecutors are seeking five life terms in prison without the possibility of parole for Jarrod Ramos in twenty eighteen he walked into the capital Gazette in Annapolis with a shot gun and opened fire Rabal shoes Maryland's version of an insanity defense to plead guilty but not criminally responsible prosecutors say he acted out of revenge against the newspaper after it published a story about his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of harassing a former high school classmate prosecutors said is long with tiki list planning for the attack which included preparations for his arrest and incarceration proved she understood the criminality of his actions I'm Julie Walker
Autopsy: Actor Michael K. Williams died of drug intoxication
"A coroner says actor Michael K. Williams debt this month was due to acute drug intoxication the New York City medical examiner says Michael K. Williams had fentanyl para fluoro fentanyl heroin and cocaine in his system when he died September sixth calling it a cute drug intoxication the death of his Brooklyn penthouse apartment was ruled accidental known for his role as Omar little on the wire Williams was open about his struggles with addiction telling the AP in twenty eighteen a lot of my angle was turned inward R. myself a lot Williams had been working to help former prison inmates in New Jersey reenter society and was involved in a program to help at risk youth I'm Jackie Quinn
Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed
"I might cross your reporting lawsuits against Ohio State University over sex abuse by a doctor are dismissed a federal judge has dismissed some of the remaining lawsuits filed against Ohio state university over its failure to stop decades of sexual abuse by now deceased team doctor Richard Strauss U. S. district judge Michael Watson said while it's undisputable Strauss abused hundreds of young men he agreed with Ohio state's argument that the legal window for claims had passed roughly four hundred men and one woman had sued the university since twenty eighteen over its failure to stop Strauss despite concerns they say were raised with school officials as early as the nineteen seventies the university previously reached nearly forty seven million dollars in settlements with one hundred eighty five survivors and a spokesman said by email Wednesday more than two hundred thirty survivors have now reached settlements hi Mike Rossio
Trump sues niece, NY Times over records behind '18 tax story
"Donald Trump filed a one hundred million dollar lawsuit against his knees and the new York times on Tuesday over the disclosure of his tax records trump's lawsuit accuses Mary trump of breaching a settlement agreement by disclosing tax records she received in a dispute over his father's estate the suit accuses the times and three of its reporters of knowing the documents were confidential and getting them from her anyway the twenty eighteen times story challenge trump's claims of self made wealth by documenting how his father had given him at least four hundred and thirteen million dollars including through tax avoidance schemes merry trump identified herself as the source in her book which came out during the presidential election saying it was too important to stay quiet Julie Walker New York
UK police charge 3rd Russian in 2018 poisoning of ex-spy
"British police say they're charging a food Russian suspect in the twenty eighteen Merv agent to talk on a former Russian agent in England Scotland Yard says prosecutors believe this sufficient evidence to charge a man known as Sergei Fedotov with conspiracy to murder attempted murder possessing and using a chemical weapon and causing grievous bodily harm police say they'll apply for him to pull notes is full of dirt off they believe adult off and the two suspects already charged had previously worked together for the Russian military intelligence service the G. R. U. S. part of operations outside of Russia Charles the late this month London
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on Talking Lion
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"twenty eighteen" Discussed on KGO 810
"Belinda twenty eighteen wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise CEO bill Johnson admits his company's equipment started the fire while entering guilty pleas to eighty four charges of involuntary manslaughter at the White House president trump is ordering what he calls for police policies before going into the rose garden the president saying he hosted survivors of black men and women who lost their lives in encounters with police I just concluded a meeting with just incredible families that have been through so much but the official White House list indicated none of those family members attended the executive order signing his opening rhetoric was geared toward all law and order posture Americans know the truth without police there is chaos without law there is anarchy and without safety there is catastrophe the ordering courage's police departments to train officers better to handle incidents like those that have led to widespread protests in recent weeks Costantini Washington suspected anti government extremist has been charged in two separate shootings of law enforcement officers in northern California the FBI says group sought to kill cops by hiding among black lives matter protests researchers in the UK so the steroid dexamethasone appears to cut the risk of very sick patients dying from corona virus doctors that I talked to said they always sort of instinctively knew that this might work in their own experience it did but now there's data that shows that it actually does work that it can it can cut these rates by about a third so that's super important I mean anything we can do to get the mortality rate down in cove it is important so doctors who haven't been using steroids I'm certainly should take a look at that that's medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"twenty eighteen" Discussed on KCRW
"For a repeat of twenty eighteen when a series of March storms replenish the snow back in time for the spring runoff for NPR news I'm Peter Cooney in San Francisco you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news Maine is taking part in the presidential primary on super Tuesday voters there will also be casting ballots on vaccine requirements as petty white at Maine public radio explains a statewide referendum would allow voters to overturn a new law that eliminates religious and philosophical exemptions for childhood vaccines on a recent winter morning in the town of new castle Molly frost sensor kids off to catch the school bus at seven thirty seven thirty all right I think one of them is her eleven year old son a set take that from the first family lives in a county on Maine's coast that has one of the highest vaccine exemption rates in the state and that worries Molly because Acer has a compromised immune system is a got cancer when he was five and has relapsed three times he's had chemotherapy radiation and most recently a stem cell transplant she at this point has no immunity against any of the things that he was vaccinated for in the past and could get very very sick from those diseases were he to catch them that's why frost was glad when Maine passed a law last year intended to protect kids like her son it aims to boost immunization rates of kids entering school by eliminating nonmedical exemptions it's not in effect yet but if opponents have their way on Tuesday it never will be it's a huge infringement on personal freedoms on medical freedom in particular keris axis leading the group that put the repeal on the ballot the group includes parents like Angie Kenny she's used the philosophical exemption to refuse immunizations for her kids she's done that ever since her older daughter had an adverse reaction after receiving the chickenpox vaccine at eighteen months she could not crawl she couldn't walk she couldn't even feed ourselves and this went on for almost a year her daughter was diagnosed with a brain injury called ataxia and Kenny says she received a payment from the national vaccine injury compensation program her daughter is recovered and is now a teenager but Kenny also has a four year old and doesn't think the state should force her to get either girl vaccinated I'm not sacrificing my child for the greater good of the community across Maine doctors say the new law is needed to protect public health because more and more parents are using exemptions more than five percent of kindergartners in Maine now have non medical exemptions more than double the national average that's pushed vaccination rates for many diseases in Maine below that critical threshold of ninety five percent that's the level needed to achieve herd immunity and avoid spreading a disease to kids like ace of frost pediatrician Dr Laura Blaisdell is fighting to preserve the new law we have gotten to a point where we have no other solutions Maine has the second highest rate of protests in the country and Blaisdell says she worries that when other states have measles outbreaks the disease could easily travel to Maine through the millions of tourists who visit each summer that sort of traffic is exactly the sort of traffic that is disease like measles would just laugh the backlash against the law doesn't surprise Allison but now I'm at the university of Pennsylvania she studies vaccine hesitancy in state exemptions she says when states eliminate entire categories of exemptions some people perceive that as parental rights being sacrificed for public health and you sort of wonder couldn't main have taken a different policy step may be making those exemptions harder to get and accomplish the same goal of coverage and disease protection without having to go through a bit repeal effort if the new law is preserved mainly joined four other states that don't allow any exemptions except medical ones from vaccinations for NPR news I'm Patty Wight and the story comes from NPR's reporting partnership with Maine public radio and Kaiser health news.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on WTOP
"One twenty eighteen in a statement Warren says one of the topics during their discussion was what would happen if Democrats nominated a female candidate Warren says I thought the woman could win he disagreed Sanders calls the claim ludicrous and the desperate effort by the Warren campaign to stop his momentum Steve Futterman CBS news the morning six candidates will debate tonight all of them white CBS news has learned a house could deliver articles of impeachment against president trump to the Senate as soon as tomorrow and the impeachment trial could begin next Tuesday speaker Nancy Pelosi meets with fellow Democrats this morning officials in Iran are giving out details but they say they have made arrests in the shoot down of a Ukrainian passenger plane last week the BBC's Caroline Holly the fact that we don't know who they are will add to the suspicions of the Iranian public can add to the crisis of trust there is at the moment all one hundred seventy six people on board were killed the incident has led to massive protests in Iran the plane was brought down just after missile attacks aimed at U. S. service members in Iraq St Louis top elected prosecutor came Gardner has filed a federal lawsuit against her own city KMOX is Kevin Killeen the suit claims there is a racist conspiracy involving the police union the special prosecutor and others who have invented a legal drama designed to force Gardner out of office the union calls the lawsuit the last act of a desperate woman our love affair with wine maybe over life to CBS's Vicki Barker twenty nineteen a forgettable year with just a faint whiff of indifference for the first time in a quarter century Americans bought slightly less wind last year as cocktail and Mateo loving millennials over to the baby boomers but the wine institute in California tells the Wall Street journal it expects millennials to drink more wine as of their palates mature just the way their parents did Deborah L. as you fans are waking up with a great big victory hang over Louisiana state be clams and to take the college football championship last night quarterback Joe burrow led his team to a forty two twenty five victory with six touchdown this is special this doesn't come around every year this is a special group of guys that really came together and says is close of a group that I've ever been around this is CBS news behind every moment.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on WJR 760
"Condition doing working on him and then five minutes later they told me that he was there at the ready say the nineteen year old suspect who was killed by officers on the scene legally bought the weapon used earlier this year in Nevada I'm John Lawrence two US service members have been killed in Afghanistan it could be an insider attack eleven former guests at the Sheraton Atlanta hotel have come down with legionnaire's disease an additional fifty five probable cases also have been linked to that hotel the Sheraton Atlanta hotel voluntarily closed two weeks ago airplanes are often as multi cultural as the destinations are flying to now delta airlines has said that in addition to spoken languages such as Spanish and Russian in flight crew members uniforms will now include whether they know a sign language W. J. R. news time channel three here Steve Courtney sports good morning once again my friends old it was a good night for the Tigers they beat the angel seven two last night Jordan Zimmerman gets the win first win in eighteen starts dating back to last season as a matter of fact first win since September fifth of twenty eighteen Miguel Cabrera home run to go along with three RBI Tigers angels game two of the series tonight drew Verhagen on the hill for the Old English do years the Detroit Lions have the day off yesterday they are back to training camp twenty nineteen today in Allen park the rocket mortgage classic a complete success this past June well the PGA tour set a date.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on KGO 810
"In November of twenty eighteen Democrats regained control of the US house of representatives after eight years in the minority as part of the shift, California Democrat Adam Schiff, assume, the chairmanship of the house intelligence committee, giving him broad powers and jurisdiction to investigate the Trump administration Schiff recently spoke to the Commonwealth club about his investigations his relationship with the president, and what the Democrats to accomplish in the next eighteen months he was in conversation with John Deere's aditorial page editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Let's join Adam Schiff and John for their discussion at the Commonwealth club. Good evening and welcome to the Commonwealth club. I'm john. The pinch-hitter for the San Francisco Chronicle and your moderator for tonight's program. Joining us this evening is Representative. Adam Schiff, chair of the US house, intelligence committee, Adam is served in the US house of representatives since two thousand one he's gained quite a bit of recognition, national recognition for his role in the investigations into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election and allegations of obstruction of Justice by the Trump White House. He may have stumbled upon him on cable news now. And then. This. However, is hardly his only area of expertise as chair of the house intelligence committee. Congressman Schiff has also dealing with escalating tensions with Iran, the threat of Russian involvement in the twenty twenty presidential election, the management of our southern border and how to treat detainees and much much more with recent events including late breaking developments today. The timing could not be better for his appearance here tonight. The KOMO of club. Please join me and giving a komo's club, welcome to congressman Adam Schiff. John. Very much. Thank you. Very much. Wow,.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on AP News
"Names from twenty eighteen or out as AP correspondent Shelby other reports. Social security's released its annual list. Liam was the most popular for boys for the second straight year and for the fifth consecutive year ammo was tops for girls. Megan as in and Marco was the fastest growing girl's name for twenty eighteen the American actress, married Britain's Prince Harry last year and look for their son RT's name to be right up there when the results are released next year, Shelley Adler, Washington. And escaped pet snake that apparently got into another families washing machine has been reunited with his owner. A twelve year old boy who lives nearby snow commencing of Evanston, Illinois tells W McHugh TV she was totally creeped out when she found a snake in your washing machine police in the animal control recalled and they've brought the reptile to an animal hospital animal control warden Jason pounds as the snakes smell like downy fabric softener after surviving the wash cycle, a veterinarian tells radio station WBZ 'em. This was in pretty good shape and really feisty. House committees. And Trump, I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute House Ways, and means committee chairman Richard Nielsen subpoenas to both Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, and I r s Commissioner Charles Rettig giving them until next Friday to hand over six years. The President Trump's tax returns Mnuchin rejected earlier requests from Neil House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler, special counsel, Robert Muller will not testify before his committee next week. Now says he's still talking with the Justice department, and he might subpoenas to force them to appear. President Trump raises tariffs to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods hours later trade talks in Washington failed to reach a deal fill. Levy was a trade Representative during the George W Bush administration. I think this is going to be directly painful for US consumers, and you as businesses that use Chinese goods it's gonna make us firms less competitive, a Chinese official quoted a quoted by Chinese media says.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on AP News
"Seventeen to twenty eighteen giving it the fifth biggest increase in pure numbers of any metro area in the nation. The US census bureau says metro Tampa grew as well by fifty one thousand residents so do the lakeland winter haven area midway between the two cities with a growth rate of three points. You percent that explosive growth helps Florida's chances of getting additional congressional seats and presidential letters following the twenty twenty census only Texas grew by more people than the sunshine state last year. Matt small Washington billionaire Kerry go says he'll run for president of Taiwan goes chairman of FOX contact -nology the largest consumer electronics company in the world. He says he'll bring pro business and China friendly policies to what's expected to be crowded field for next year's election. The FOX contact -nology chairman's fortune is estimated by Forbes to be seven point eight billion dollars. He's seeking the opposition nationalist parties nomination for the twenty twenty presidential race against an incumbent hampered by low public approval ratings goes candidacy would be the first four Taiwan business mogul. AP radio news. I'm jacking quit. A lot of questions and some accusations after the release of the molar Russia report by attorney general William bar who says that Russia did try to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election. He now know that the Russian operatives using an overpriced trash bag pricey pricey bag that breaks, windy, windy, windy, or a smelly bag day gave danke.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Chela. Homecoming twenty eighteen last year beyond became the first African American woman ever to headline the Coachella festival today. She's out with a documentary on Netflix called homecoming about the making of that historic performance because she is beyond say, she's also released a live album here to talk more about the latest in the beehive is our music, Sydney. Mad? Welcome to the studio. Thank you Audie. All right. So just to set the stage so to speak. There are a lot of other concert films out there. Right Jonah goes back decades. What do they typically look like it's a strong lineage of behind the scene concert films? That have basically brought it down to his science of what behind concert film is get a feel like there's months of prep on choreography. There's moments of apprehension struggling, and then of course, there's that prayer circles seen right before the big show where everybody just pulls all together. And it's totally triumphant. It's a pretty standard. Story line at this point. So what is different about this film from beyond say, which I gather she directed. Yes. She directed at herself. Whereas other artists their chosen to headline a festival or headline performance. Like, I'm gonna show off the best of my career for beyond say, she created an entire world to encompass the music that she's put out over the last two decades of career. So this entire performance was a love letter to HP us and black culture. And this is historically black colleges and university. Absolutely. Even though beers did not go to college. She says in the film. She's always had a love affair with what each BC's have represented, and the type of culture that they've nurtured.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on KTOK
"Due in court. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay, news center, and this is Oklahoma. Its first news expected break. Eighty today are forecasters coming up the woman accused of racist vandalism in Norman, Oklahoma city is due in court today. Forty-five-year-old Allison Johnson will be formally arraigned. Check your shelves for six ounce. Cans of hunts tomato pays with an expiration date of October sixteenth. Twenty twenty canal brands is recalling some of the no salt added cans because of mole you can find the lot code at the US food and Drug administration website at FDA dot gov. State treasurer Randy McDaniel says the state collected one point one billion dollars in March. That's more than one hundred one million dollars more from March twenty eighteen a licensed, Oklahoma brewer could be allowed to sell sider under US Senate. Bill Carrey Representative Marcus McIntyre of Dunkin allows the holder of observers license to manufacture cider. This is actually a personal thing for me because I have a brewer in Dunkin who requested this and the way the law's written. Now, he can't it would also allow for the consumption of alcohol outside breweries designated bar area. The Bill moves onto the house floor. The state health department has received a nearly nine hundred thousand dollar five year grant to improve access to healthcare services for Oklahoma's who are uninsured isolated or medically vulnerable. The grant comes from the US health resources and Services Administration. Interim health Commissioner Tom Bates says access to primary care is critical to improving health outcomes in our state from the kicking okay.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast
"So what here today really just to look back twenty eighteen year that was especially of the arraigned apple openings assistive tech to some extent and look ahead to what we think is going to happen in two thousand nine hundred and what we want to happen. So I thought we'd start maybe with our own personal highlights from twenty nineteen thirty two thousand eighteen of doing it already. Lights from twenty eighteen who would like to volunteer to go first. Or will I have to pick on somebody? You're going to pick somebody crickets Thomas spoke up so Thomas. Oh, okay. This. These are easy for me. I thought the Twitter defunct in the key features for third party was a big one for me impacting them biggest I thought in terms of Twitter users out there. I know Scott popular will mention the universal. USB? Braille drivers for platforms, but I don't have to you don't have to. But I just I thought that was kinda huge. And then lastly, I'm going to point out. And I think it's I think it is bigger than people realize I think that implementing apple music on Amazon this year was huge. I thought it was a big deal to me. So that's a my my highlights that I thought were kind of bake for myself. I was the Twitter thing and talk to you day today. I I think it's terrible. What they've done. I mean, it's it really limits on a lot of. Third party. I feel bad for the third party. Especially if I mean, my gosh, I'm not sure if they're going to be able to sell as many software as they would like without those key function. I mean, I was just talking with Randy and Mike on our unleash shows. It's just a pain. But now that I have to have my phone's propped up next to my computer because just to get the direct message. I I have to have that on the actual Twitter episode off, so he can get the notification instantly. Where are my TWA blue that I use them Microsoft side, it delays for two three minutes, and it's just it's not seamless anymore. And it's almost got to the point where we're Ohio music. Why why why should I use Twitter Riddick and things like that? When you got when they're kinda forshing go to Twitter in which I don't like Twitter because I don't like their. I just don't like the layout is not as easy as as it used to like Twitter Riddick is for the same. I'm still using Twitter for because my primary, but I actually have Twitter signed Dane as well. So that if a get into DM's or anything, I'm I'm in the Twitter up, you know. And that's obviously were notifications of gum from now as well. So yeah agree. It's pretty frustrating. Yeah. Scott Thomas, stole one of your answers. You might want to elaborate on us. Thanks a lot in a non anonymous answer the. Hi feel about that. I think in two thousand nineteen you're probably not going to see a whole lot with the the USB hid standard. I don't know that everyone's caught up without. I think it's probably going to be another year or two before we really start seeing any of the things that pass last year or any parts of that standard come into, you know, actual practice. You know, it's it's great in theory. It'll be interesting to see how it works in practice for me. One of the twenty eighteen highlights from me personally was when I went back in the fall on. I decided I'm going to watch the keynote in September. And I was having a bad ear day as they say, you know, where my years were not functioning as they should as like, well, I'm gonna try I have the day off. I'm gonna really try and attention to one of these things live. So I went to the Twitter. Post the official one I clicked on it on my iphone and the video starts playing but right along with that came captions. In braille..
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This is twenty eighteen as it happened. Once again, here's correspondent, Alex still. In the wake of the shooting. Stoneman Douglas high school in February there were calls for change around the country. And even though little has actually changed students set out to demand changes across the board. There are many different ideas about what that change should look like that passion led to the March for our lives protests and rallies on March twenty four th at this hour, hundreds of thousands of Americans are rallying against gun violence in America. Organizers say they expect upwards of a half million people for the March for our lives in Washington. DC led by students from Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, this is an energetic largely youthful crowd, many students actually gather here at the nation's capital just after sunrise, and they continue to stream in with signs most of here to be handmade with messages, like enough don't choose guns over my life. And so many photos of children who died at the hands of gun violence. They are chanting. They are dancing to the music. But so many of them also seem to really feel the seriousness of this moment in parkland, Florida. The rally is underway. Now, let's make our schools safer. Let's make our neighborhoods safer. We have to shape our communities to give opportunities for every child to be a part of something bigger than themselves and an opportunity to express their passions. Productively? I don't have all the answers. But I know that it must be gin with respecting and funding. The work of our public educators. Here's well in the eyes of Emma Gonzalez, a student from Marjory stoneman Douglas high school. Hundreds of thousands of people fall quiet after she mentioned the names of those gunned down on Valentine's Day at her.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on WTVN
"This is twenty eighteen as it happened. Join us as we listen back to the year's top stories is they were originally reported. We can see students running across a parking lot. We have seen ambulance crews tending to people on the ground very careful to bake actually because of shot still being fired in the back of the school. We did see swat it does look like it's still an active situation facet response of police. A huge response to this issue. Here is ABC news. Correspondent Alex stone. Twenty eighteen was a year of emotion. Many of the year's biggest stories were highly emotional ones, including the continued trend of mass shootings entering twenty eighteen the country had just come off the worst mass shooting in US history in Las Vegas in October of two thousand seventeen and then the shootings continue this hour. We take you back to hear the coverage as it happened beginning with parkland, Florida, he was February fourteen would seem like a normal day stoneman Douglas high school a nineteen year old former student walked in and began shooting we take you back now in a February fourteen twenty eighteen the Broward County sheriff's department in south Florida is responding to reports of shooting. It's stoneman Douglas high school on the ground. We can see students running across a parking lot. We have seen. Ambulance, crews tending to.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News. This is twenty eighteen as it happened. Join us as we listen back to the year's top stories is they were originally reporting. We can see students running across a parking lot. We have seen ambulance crews tending to people on the ground there. Very careful baguette because of shot still being fired in the back of the school. We did see swat it does look like, it's still an active situation. Just a massive response. A police a huge response to the shooting. Here is ABC news. Correspondent Alex steel. Twenty eighteen was a year of emotion. Many of the year's biggest stories were highly emotional ones, including the continued trend of mass shootings entering two thousand eighteen the country had just come off the worst mass shooting in US history, Las Vegas in October of twenty seventeen. And then the shootings continue this hour. We take you back to hear the coverage as it happened beginning with parkland, Florida, he was February fourteen would seem like a normal day stoneman Douglas high school a nineteen year old former student walked in and began shooting. We take you back now, February fourteen twenty eighteen the Broward County sheriff's department in south Florida is responding to reports of a shooting at stoneman Douglas high school. On the ground. We can see students running across a parking lot. We have seen ambulance crews tending.
"twenty eighteen" Discussed on WTVN
"This is twenty eighteen as it happened. Once again, here's correspondent, Alex stone. October twenty seven it was his Saturday. Those who attend the tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh were in church in the squirrel hill neighborhood. It's a popular Jewish synagogue on that day Forty-six year old Robert Bauer shattered. The sanctity of that house of worship lease in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have converged on the tree of life synagogue, that is where they say there is an active shooter. They have told people to avoid the area and they have released. No additional information preliminarily, we're told there may indeed be victims from the shooting at the tree of life synagogue, where it appears gunmen barged in during Saturday morning, Sabbath services and open fire. We're told now that the gunman may be barricaded inside the synagogue and people have been told to back away the entire area has been sealed off moments ago a commander with Pittsburgh police told everybody to back away that the area is not yet secure. We just saw swat team move in. In. I was getting dressed to go up to services little before ten o'clock and one of the people the vice president that I work with on facility management. He called me from Lancaster any it said, there's a report that there's an active shooter, and he said get up there. And check it out. I tried heading up shady avenue to the building, and it was entirely blocked off twenty or so police cars. Policemen with rifles drawn aimed at the building. They quickly told me to get away and just. Surreal vision for me. I just I still can't process it just hearing from one of my sources can imagine. The these details are coming in fast and furiously just from a source who says the actor is in custody. They are pulling multiple guns off the suspect that is the latest from the scene here. And again, I cannot describe the scene. I've never seen so many police. Cruisers state police troopers continue to come. There are officers for many municipalities surrounding this area. Three police officers have been shot in an unknown number of congregants. The exact number of casualties has not been made clear, but there are multiple fatalities. According to a tweet from President Trump who said that he is following these developments in the squirrel hill neighborhood, and the tree of life synagogue, an eyewitness said that building houses three separate worship services on this Saturday morning and all of those were underway. The suspect for a while was holed up perhaps in one of the office. Mrs belonging to a rabbi at the synagogue, and that is where perhaps he was taken into custody that rabbi was not there this Saturday morning. But still said no doubt to be shaken up for a time. It appeared that the gunman may have had additional weapons, and that is part of the reason why we're told Pittsburgh police are now going through the building to make sure there is no added threat. The rabbi emeritus of congregation tree of life in Pittsburgh is Alvin Birkin and he's on the line with us. Now, how horrible that this has happened in your community. Really unbelievable. This is a very peaceful community. We rely very heavily Jewish neighborhood within the city limits, and it's always been known for its exciting, vibrant, Jewish life. My my which I did not attend today. Which is pretty unbelievable since I've going every Saturday for thirty five years. My wife was sick. And ask me not to go services this morning. I stayed home with her and. Sequester the perpetrators sequestered in my study, which is on the third floor. But I really don't have any first hand knowledge. But even to think that that's a possibility that this gunman had been holed up in your office that stunning. Yeah. It's unbelievable. I mean the. Squint who is actually unique in the United States. Communities the neighborhood of forty percent Jewish population. And. There was a killing the random killing shooting of a traditionally young man about five years. But other than that that's been amazingly Prenton exciting. Jewish center. Senator Jewish grocery stores bakery. It's a remarkable neighborhood. And. Amazing. And I feel terrible. Everybody. Awful. Stop. This is the wrong thing to do. This have to be stopped at hates reason. People shouldn't be in this country be walking out feel safe. It's saturday. It shouldn't be in a place of worship no reason to take people's lives. This now you heard your haven't heard from your boyfriend was inside. I got married in that place. This is crazy. This is unbelievable. People have to stop hating have to stop them. You have to be stopped anti everything. And unfortunately, people do a lot of stuff, and they blame the Jews for no reason for all this stuff. Now, your friends and your family they're here. They're they're inside that synagogue right now. I see my father was okay was inside. I don't know. But there's people it's for people that are going to be here tomorrow and people have to stop the stuff blaming us for playing juice for no reason a moment ago. The Anti-Defamation League said we are devastated. Jonathan Greenburg at the director of the Jews targeted on Chabad morning at a synagogue, a holy place of worship is unconscionable. The AD L set our hearts break for the victims their families and the entire Jewish community. You want to call on our senior Justice correspondent here ABC news Pierre Thomas, we have been able to identify the suspect is a forty six year old from the Pittsburgh area. Peer what else do we know? Basically, so far we know that he. He's a profile in hatred. His social media footprint suggests that he's a man. That's hated Jewish people that he was a man who expressed white supremacist points of view law enforcement officials are now dissect years life, the attorney general just released a statement a little while ago saying that in fact, this would be investigated as a hate crime. And the death penalty was among the penalties is on the table. The federal government is trying to send a clear and strong message that this cannot be tolerated. This wicked act of mass murder is pure evil hard to believe, and frankly, something that is unimaginable our nation. And the world are shocked and stunned by the grief today with one unified voice. We condemn the historic evil. Of anti-semitism, and every other form of evil, and unfortunately, evil comes in many forms, and we come together as one American.
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"This is twenty eighteen as it happened. Once again, here's correspondent, Alex stone. October twenty seven it was his Saturday. Those who attend the tree of life synagogue in. Pittsburgh were in church in the squirrel hill neighborhood. It's a popular Jewish synagogue on that day forty six year old Robert Bauer shattered, the sanctity of the house of worship in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania have converged on the tree of lights synagogue that is where they say there is an active shooter. They have told people to avoid the area and they have released. No additional information preliminarily, we're told there may indeed be victims from the shooting at the tree of life synagogue, where it appears at gunmen barged, injuring Saturday morning, Sabbath services and opened fire. We're told now that the gunman may be barricaded inside the synagogue and people have been told to back away the entire area has been sealed off moments ago a commander with Pittsburgh police told everybody to back away that the area is not yet secure. We just saw a swat team move in. In getting dressed to go up to services, a little before ten o'clock and one of the people vice president that I work with on facility management. He had called me from Lancaster. And he said there's a report that just an active shooter. And he said get up there and check it out. I tried heading up shady avenue to the building, and it was entirely blocked off twenty or so police cars. Policemen with rifles drawn aimed at the building. They quickly told me to get away and just..