29 Burst results for "Two Six Years"

Moderna Testing COVID-19 Vaccine on Young Children

Nightline

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Moderna Testing COVID-19 Vaccine on Young Children

"Tonight. A major step toward protecting the youngest americans from the corona virus madera now starting to test vaccine on children from six months old up to twelve years. Old making it the first. Us vaccine maker to test on infants. We think that's incredibly important particularly in terms of making those daycare and school safe for young children to find the right dose of the vaccine for children. Moderna researchers will divide a group of nearly seven thousand volunteers by age first testing the vaccine and kids six to eleven followed by two six year olds then children six months to two years old. It's likely that we'll see teenagers down to his youngest twelve. Get the vaccine by the summer. I think that children less than that down to say six years of age or younger probably won't be seeing vaccines till the end of the year. Rachel three is a nurse in arizona and has already been vaccinated. she's enrolling two of her children in the trial and believes the benefits outweigh any risks. Not that i want my children to be guinea pigs. But i want them to have that protection and i think it's important if we have the opportunity to get this out to the general public to do so guthrie says she jumped at the chance to vaccinate one year old charlotte and three raleigh. Who is in preschool. You'd never know other people are doing their outside light but for him to have this chance to be vaccinated extra protection that really grateful to have charlotte. Nearly twelve percent of americans are now fully vaccinated the threat of highly contagious variants. It's a race against time. The best way to circumvent the variants is to continue to vaccinate as many people as quickly and as efficiently as possible at the same time as maintaining your public health

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Head of reform project chosen as Cook County’s next public defender in Chicago

Chicago Tonight

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Head of reform project chosen as Cook County’s next public defender in Chicago

"County is set to have a new public defender. Sharon mitchell director of the nonprofit illinois. Justice project is county board president. Toni preckwinkle is reported. Pick a former attorney with the public defender's office. Mitchell will face a county board confirmation vote on friday. He's set to succeed. Current public defender campanile. Who had hoped to be appointed to a second six year term. Preckwinkle is so far. Stayed quiet on. Why can't bonelli wasn't kept on

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Father, 6-Year-Old Son Killed in Queens, New York City, House Fire

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Father, 6-Year-Old Son Killed in Queens, New York City, House Fire

"A 65 year old man is six year old son. Pronounced dead at the scene. This happened on 157 Street shortly after 1 A.m.. Firefighters say a second six year old was rescued that child reported in stable condition at Jacobi Hospital. Ah homeless man 21 Year old Rigoberto Lopez arrested Saturday and

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Election 2020: New Jersey Votes To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

BTV Simulcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Election 2020: New Jersey Votes To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

"A ballot measure legalizing recreational marijuana. This sets the stage for a new market for cannabis in the Northeast. And also out of New Jersey U. S Senator Cory Booker, easily winning reelection to his second six year term in Washington. With 60% of the vote Meantime, in New Jersey's 11th congressional district, we have Democratic incumbent Mikey Cheryl, being challenged by Republican Rose, married Becky. Cheryl right now, with 58.9% of the vote. Becky has 41%. This is district 11 and 56% of the precincts in that district have reported Democrats are trying to regain or retain, I should taken control of New Jersey's fifth District. It features a two term incumbent, Josh got timer is being challenged by Republican Frank Colada God heimer right now, with a lead at 57.9% of the vote, Mr Pelada with 41% of the vote, District five and 68% of the precincts in that district have reported the race in New Jersey. Second Congressional district has become of them one of the most high profile house contest in the country. It features Jeff van Drew. He is leading right now. 51% of the vote Amy Kennedy 47.4% of the vote district to with 69% of the precincts having reported Right now we're looking at

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"two six years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"One of the best sources of high quality nutritional supplements at discount prices now you can visit them online anytime at doctor news dot com and I want you to check them out when you have a chance because they really do have some great products to improve your health and you'll save some money in the process all right folks so according to my next guest if you think that cold and flu season is behind us you better think again the truth is that viruses colds and the flu can strike almost any time of the year which is exactly why you should be doing everything you can to protect yourself no matter what time of year it is so what's the best way to protect yourself from these nasty viruses the colds and the flu well here today to share his health secret first shielding against viruses colds and the flu is doctor Michael Pincus Dr Bagus is great to see it again Chris it's great to be here you know most of you probably know the doctor pink is is a nationally recognized authority on both natural and alternative health he's also very successful chiropractor he's been sought out by top Hollywood celebrities professional athletes Olympic athletes any continues to be very involved in some of this nation's top health concerns so Dr biggest what is this hell seeker the you've been talking about what the secret is actually getting the right amount and the right form a vitamin C. vitamin C. all right we'll vitamin C. is is not really no no vitamin C. is not new but it's still a very vital and essential nutrients for optimal health and unfortunately Chris vitamin C. has taken a backseat to other nutritional trends the bottom line is without enough vitamin C. and the right type of vitamin C. you have low energy paint your immune system is compromised you're more prone to cancer heart attacks can Iraq's allergies diabetes the list goes on and on and according to several studies your life could be shortened by two six years but but don't don't most of us get enough vitamin C. I mean I I drink a glass of orange juice every morning is not enough now is it not enough a typical glass of orange juice contains all sixty five milligrams of vitamin C. okay and you're not even in the ballpark with vitamin C. unless you're getting around three to four thousand milligrams a day wow three to four thousand yeah and that would be like drinking fifty glasses of orange juice so because of a lack of vitamin C. they were getting enough of it just to keep you a little bit sick a little a little bit sick what do you mean by that well the number one complaint of anyone going to doctors offices the actor I just ani energy I don't feel like myself I'm hurting yeah and then the doctors get the wheels spinning in their head and they go all we gotta do this task send you through the scanner and the problem is they don't find anything you see most doctors don't look at nutrient levels and vitamin C. is critical for life and it was interesting the human body is one of only a few mammals who do not make our own vitamin C. all right the other ones are any pigs primates and the fruit bat when you look at the rest of the animals out there you don't see cats and dogs and elephants and giraffes with high blood pressure you don't see the cancers the arthritis the tiredness all the time right all those animals make their own vitamin C. hi and they'll make up to five thousand milligrams of vitamin C. per day some animals like a goat yeah they'll produce upwards of a hundred thousand milligrams of vitamin C. a day wow yeah so it's like a double whammy first of all we're not getting enough vitamin C. in our diet and we don't make our own and because of the two people are walking around sick and tired sick and tired sicker you can't quite put my finger on it yeah right but you know I think most people get myself included think of vitamin C. in terms of cold and flu so we're talking about this connection then between the vitamin C. and the maladies that were suffering from isn't it what it is actually the common denominator the lack of vitamin C. and the right amounts and the right kind and that's why I created my supersede twenty two formula and as a powder Kristin you mix it into the water you drink it down do you have at least one to two servings per day you're going to get the right amounts of vitamin C. and the right forms of it and I'll tell you what it has twenty two of the most powerful forms of vitamin C. on the planet no I I didn't realize they were different forms of vitamin C. well that's right nutrition comes from many different sources what I've done is I've taken the most powerful forms of vitamin C. your body needs different forms of it and I put it all into one vitamin formula now and you said there was how much vitamin C. and your supersede twenty two four there's fifteen hundred milligrams per serving so bite by taking super C. twenty two then what what are some of the the things that you'll experience well the first thing you're gonna experiences energy vitamin C. produces energy in the body there are studies showing that vitamin C. helps a person in pain cardio vascular issues allergies unexplained weight gain diabetics need vitamin C. the list goes on and on I have a number of patients and clients that are using it and I brought some emails is it okay if I read an email to you sure sure this is one of my clients from Tallahassee's names run okay now listen to this after three days of being a super C. his blood pressure dropped it he said the top number dropped eight points in the bottom number drop seven points and that's after three days it's another thing that happened is I became more alert and I now have a clear head from vitamin C. yes one study in particular show that if you get on a good supplement like my so receipt and you stay on it the average life expectancy one up six years wow that's really amazing I want to let you listeners know that if you want to get a free book about vitamin C. and try Dr Pegasus super C. twenty two formula absolutely risk free there's a special toll free number to call is one eight hundred two zero eight.

"two six years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Viruses the colds and the flu well here today to share his health secret first shielding against viruses colds and the flu is doctor Michael paying this doctor bank is is great to see it again Chris it's great to be here you know most of you probably know the doctor pink is is a nationally recognized authority on both natural and alternative health he's also very successful chiropractor he's been saw now by top Hollywood celebrities professional athletes Olympic athletes any continues to be very involved in some of this nation's top health concerns so doctor because what is this hell seeker the you've been talking about what the secret is actually getting the right amount and the right form of vitamin C. vitamin C. all right well while vitamin C. is is not really no no vitamin C. is not new but it's still a very vital and essential nutrients for optimal health and unfortunately Chris vitamin C. has taken a backseat to other nutritional trans the bottom line is without enough vitamin C. and the right type of vitamin C. you have low energy pain your muses Sims compromise you're more prone to cancer heart attacks Katter acts allergies diabetes the list goes on and on and according to several studies your life could be shortened by two six years but don't don't most of us get enough vitamin C. I mean I I drink a glass of orange juice every morning is not enough now is it not enough typical glass of orange juice contains or sixty five milligrams of vitamin C. okay and you're not even in the ballpark with vitamin C. unless you're getting around three to four thousand milligrams a day wow three to four thousand yeah and that would be like drinking fifty glasses of orange juice so because of a lack of vitamin C. they were getting enough of it just to keep you a little bit sick a little a little bit sick what we mean by that well the number one complaint of anyone going to doctors offices actor I just ani energy I don't feel like myself I'm hurting yeah and then the doctors get the wheels spinning in their head and they go all we got to do this task send you through the scanner the problem is they don't find anything you see most doctors don't look at nutrient levels and vitamin C. is critical for life and it was interesting the human body is one of only a few mammals who do not make our own vitamin C. all right the other ones are any pigs primates and the fruit bat when you look at the rest the animals out there you don't see cats and dogs and elephants and drafts with high blood pressure you don't see the cancer is the arthritis the tiredness all the time right all those animals make their own vitamin C. hi and they'll make up to five thousand milligrams of vitamin C. per day some animals like a goat yeah they'll produce upwards of a hundred thousand milligrams of vitamin C. a day wow yeah so it's like a double whammy first of all we're not getting enough vitamin C. in our diet and we don't make our own and because of the two people are walking around sick and tired sick and tired sicker he can't quite put my finger on it yeah right but you know I think most people get myself and clued think of vitamin C. in terms of cold and flu so we're talking about this connection then between vitamin C. and the maladies that were suffering from isn't it what it is actually the common denominator the lack of vitamin C. and the right amounts and the right kind and that's why I created my super C. twenty two formula and as a powder Kristin you mix it into water you drink it down the have at least one to two servings per day you're going to get the right amount of vitamin C. and the right forms of it and I'll tell you what it has twenty two of the most powerful forms of vitamin C. on the planet no I I didn't realize they were different forms of vitamin C. well that's right nutrition comes from many different sources what I've done is I've taken the most powerful forms of vitamin C. as your body needs different forms of it and I put it all into one vitamin formula now it and you said there was how much vitamin C. and your supersede twenty two four years fifteen hundred milligrams per serving so by by taking super C. twenty two then what what are some of the the things that you'll experience well the first thing you're gonna experiences energy vitamin C. produces energy in the body there are studies showing that vitamin C. helps a person in pain cardio vascular issues allergies unexplained weight gain diabetics need vitamin C. the list goes on and on I have a number of patients and clients that are using it and I brought some emails is okay if I read an email to you sure sure this is one of my clients from Tallahassee is names run okay now listen to this after three days of being a super see his blood pressure dropped it he said the top number dropped eight points in the bottom number drops seven points and that's after three days is another thing that happened is I became more alert and I now have a clear head from vitamin C. yes one study in particular show that if you get on a good supplement like myself Percy and you stay on it the average life expectancy went up six years wow that's really amazing I want to let you listeners know that if you want to get a free book about vitamin C..

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"two six years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Still some like that like mine but that's Maddie exit that was back in two thousand thirteen fourteen if you had let go belted out your living room some of those original frozen generation who would eat sleep and breathe the movie are now over it the kids who were the biggest fans of frozen when it came out our six years older now they're tween and they're over it they're saying they don't want to go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases it's the moms who and dads who were going without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but they can't have have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen yeah they're on you tube they're doing all things they're busy yeah that's Wall Street journal's Ellen Gammon talking to this morning with Gordon deal about tweens who were once die hards probably they will be begging to go to the theaters for frozen two six years was six years too long to wait for a frozen sequel perhaps some say a new generation of frozen lovers will be born from frozen to like my little girls the movie had a huge opening weekend at a hundred and twenty seven million dollars at the box office here in the US others say the H. development in six years might be too much for those little girls to stay loyal here is is is a lot of weight for a sequel but I also think of everything that happens in our little girl's life eight four eight you know and if if there's a whole lot new you know a whole lot of new perspectives and interests and it kind of attitude coming in no yes add in those little powder blue outfits like Elsa like they were at age four nine or ten or eleven you're saying No Way mom and I are the ones going to yes the the word attitude thrown in there by government she also knows that there is the princess factor having a shorter shelf life for girls super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boy and of course the girls can hold on to into adulthood and go to the big Marvel movies but the interests of little girls are very quickly discounted so frozen to did break the record for the biggest global opening of all time for an animated film this weekend bringing hunt three hundred fifty million in worldwide so we'll just have to see if frozen two breaks anymore records compared to frozen I'm just shocked it took them so long to come up with the sequel I mean even Star Wars there were only three years between the first and second one I mean six years you gotta know that a lot of your core constituency is gonna age out well they've got new fans like my five and seven year old so we're gonna be going over the holiday off so adorable I could listen to that seeing the little girl subversion all day so here all right let's get outside talk to Ryan nobles.

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"two six years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On and according to several studies your life could be shortened by two six years but but don't don't most of us get enough vitamin C. I mean I drink a glass of orange juice every morning is not enough now is it not enough typical glass of orange juice contains or sixty five milligrams of vitamin C. okay and you're not even in the ballpark with vitamin C. unless you're getting around three to four thousand milligrams a day wow three to four thousand and that would be like drinking fifty glasses of orange juice so because of a lack of vitamin C. they were getting enough of it just to keep you a little bit sick a little a little bit sick what we mean by that well the number one complaint of anyone going to doctors offices actor I just ani energy I don't feel like myself I'm hurting yeah and then the doctors get the wheels spinning in their head and they go all we got to do this task send you through the scanner the problem is they don't find anything you see most doctors don't look at nutrient levels and vitamin C. is critical for life and it was interesting the human body is one of only a few mammals who do not make our own vitamin C. all right the other ones are any pigs primates and the fruit bat when you look at the rest the animals out there you don't see cats and dogs and elephants and drafts with high blood pressure you don't see the cancer is the arthritis the tiredness all the time right all those animals make their own vitamin C. hi and they'll make up to five thousand milligrams of vitamin C. per day some animals like a goat yeah they'll produce upwards of a hundred thousand milligrams of vitamin C. a day wow yeah so it's like a double whammy first of all we're not getting enough vitamin C. in our diet and we don't make our own and because of the two people are walking around sick and tired sick and tired sicker he can't quite put my finger on it yeah right but you know I think most people get myself and looted think of vitamin C. in terms of cold and flu so we're talking about this connection then between vitamin C. and the maladies that were suffering from isn't it what it is actually the common denominator the lack of vitamin C. and the right amounts and the right kind and that's why I created my supersede twenty two formula and as a powder Kristin you mix it into water you drink it down the have at least one to two servings per day you're going to get the right amounts of vitamin C. and the right forms of it and I'll tell you what it has twenty two of the most powerful forms of vitamin C. on the planet no I I didn't realize they were different forms of vitamin C. well that's right nutrition comes from many different sources what I've done is I've taken the most powerful forms of vitamin C. as your body needs different forms of it and I put it all into one vitamin formula now in you said there was how much vitamin C. and your supersede twenty two four there's fifteen hundred milligrams per serving so by by taking super C. twenty two then what what are some of the the things that you'll experience well the first thing you're gonna experiences energy vitamin C. produces energy in the body there are studies showing that vitamin C. helps a person in pain cardio vascular issues allergies unexplained weight gain diabetics need vitamin C. the list goes on and on I have a number of patients and clients that are using it and I brought some emails is it okay if I read an email to you sure sure this is one of my clients from Tallahassee is names run okay now listen to this after three days of being a super see his blood pressure dropped it he said the top number dropped eight points in the bottom number drops seven points and that's after three days is another thing that happened is I became more alert and I now have a clear head from vitamin C. yes one study in particular show that if you get on a good supplement like my super see and you stay on it the average life expectancy went up six years wow that's really amazing I wanna let you listeners know that if you want to get a free book about vitamin C..

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How Young Is Too Young to Face Arrest?

BrainStuff

05:29 min | 2 years ago

How Young Is Too Young to Face Arrest?

"Criminals come in in all shapes and sizes though it may strain definition that we can count a six-year-old throwing a temper tantrum in an elementary school among them yet welcome to America in late. September two thousand nineteen a Florida cop arrested to grade schoolers slapped a pair of handcuffs on at least one of them and sent them off to be booked fingerprinted and have their mugshots taken taken both children again six year olds who misbehaved at school were charged with misdemeanor battery a bad day for Harried police officer well yeah maybe a bad day for schools and the juvenile justice system absolutely we spoke with Marsha Levick the chief legal officer for the Juvenile Law all center which bills itself as the country's first nonprofit public interest law firm for children she said does it get more ridiculous. It's absurd. It's it's a ridiculous abusive law enforcement power authority but it's also really unnecessary but all too common abdication on the part of schools and school districts teachers just defer their management of school misconduct to police the pure legality of charging a juvenile as young as six with crime varies across the United States to be clear a juvenile in forty five states plus the district of Columbia is anyone younger than seventeen in Georgia Michigan Missouri Texas and Wisconsin. It's anyone anyone younger than sixteen juvenile offender normally doesn't move through the criminal courts but through the juvenile justice system which has guided according to the office of Juvenile Justice some delinquency prevention quote by the concept of rehabilitation through individualized justice for more serious offenses though juveniles may be tried in criminal court wear if found guilty the court focuses on punishment not rehab of fifty one jurisdictions. That's the fifty states plus the District of Columbia thirty. The three have no lower level limit on holding a young person criminally accountable that excess that includes Florida in effect that means that an overzealous cop legally Wrigley can arrest even an unruly two year old of those eighteen other jurisdictions most put the lower level that a kid can be charged with a crime at ten years years old in those locations six-year-old like the two in Florida simply could not be arrested or charged with a crime levick said obviously it begs eggs the question how can that be. How can we possibly have created juvenile court system that allows for the possibility that six and seven year olds can be arrested. I think they never envisioned and six or seven year old would be hauled into court. I think that's a fair assumption. That's not who designed the system for so what happened in Florida a police Lisa Officer with Orlando's reserve unit arrested the two six year olds on separate misdemeanor battery charges on September nineteenth of two thousand nineteen one was a girl who lashed out in a Tantrum Trim that was brought on by a sleep disorder. The girl's family told The New York Times on Monday September twenty third the Orlando Police Department fired the officer who made the arrests for not following in protocol that required he'd get approval from his supervisor to arrest any minor younger than age twelve. No charges were filed against the two children. Cops in schools rules of course are not new. Florida is one of many states that has bumped up. Its police presence in schools over the years. The Florida legislature mandated it after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman when Douglas high school in Parkland claimed seventeen lives in February of two thousand eighteen the buildup of police in schools understandable in some ways. It's been more in twenty years since two students killed thirteen people and injured twenty one others at Columbine High School in Littleton Colorado since columbine up until April of this year America it has been through two hundred and thirty eight other school shootings according to a year long investigation by the Washington Post this increased show of force though does come with problems plums for one as the Orlando Sentinel points out citing report by the Education Week Resource Center black students are arrested at school at disproportionately high hi rate at least one of the children arrested in Orlando was black and as the recent news out of Orlando Shows Police School kids even elementary school kids just sometimes sometimes don't mix levick said we know where this is coming from. This fear of what happens when a child acts out in school. There's going to be some catastrophic consequence I am I need from Columbine for twenty years. We've been overreacting. I'm not aiming to trivialize schools being so quick. Call Law enforcement there obviously many situations nations in which that's appropriate but this is one that defies common sense most would agree that slapping cuffs on first graders probably is crossing the line zero-tolerance. Your tolerance certainly has its costs eleven said initially the thought was that there would be some rationality some reasonableness injected into the school environment would curb those extreme and absurd responses but it may be that trusting in waiting for commonsense to kick in isn't going to work it may be that it does require a legislative response. It's some movements across the nation aim to raise the minimum age that a child can be charged with a crime to twelve years old in some of those thirty three jurisdictions actions where no minimum ages set their calls to set something until then though school police officers may have to lean on something much less complicated than legislative action should when faced with a prepubescent troublemaker a deep breath. Maybe a countdown from ten and a little common sense.

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"two six years" Discussed on X96

X96

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on X96

"Can get some pumpkin spice spam is sold out yes but you know they're about twenty varieties of spam. spam with bacon oven roasted Turkey spam hot and spicy spam hickory smoke spam helping your spam spam was to reserve teriyaki spam Portuguese sausage spam garlic spam spam with Jesus I knew about spam with cheese I think I know I placed him you know it's spam alright here's **** candidate number three I just got these new transfers and I might as well use them. good X. ninety six dot com slash live if you possibly can. their spam spread. a new port Richey man flashed his one hundred watt smile well having his mug shot taken on Friday. for his fear for his fifth do you I arrest is he wearing a shirt Pasco county sheriff's deputy he doesn't. with a with a smile like that he does not need a shirt. okay only sheriff's deputies arrested Gordon Ormond of Kyle would drive when they say he violated multiple traffic laws driving under the influence of alcohol and yes Mr Orman was charged with his twelfth driving infraction and Britt DIY plus his license was suspended but he didn't seem to. worry about it at all because she snapped as he flashed a million watt smile. I just got these new choppers I might as well use a **** candidate number three. all right Sir. this is Katie pointing out who that fellow looks like all right so we we don't we don't want to say no we don't okay. let's review the first two and vote a voter to the number one was. I do this job sober the bus driver a woman in Washington state obviously just as drunk as a skunk as they say driving kids on a bus route motor candidate number two six years old enough to be erected in Orlando police officer these are all Florida I don't know the first ones Washington Orlando police officer terminated after arresting a six year old two six year old Orlando kids in separate incidents and voter candidate number three I just got these new truck first I might as well use all rights. let's go this is round two of your Boehner's you've got to decide of these three candidates which one is the worst which one deserves to go forward to bona fide and possibly become the owner of the day the winds here it'll go up against the winner of round one. is that an hour ago. so we need a champion for round two so that we have two candidates to go against each other in **** fight at nine twenty is when you'll decide bone of the day so right now pick your round to champion one two or three. and it and number the one that you think should win put that number in a message in the text and texted to.

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Florida police officer fired for arresting two six-year-olds

Todd and Don

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Florida police officer fired for arresting two six-year-olds

"We're also talking about this case out of Florida that has America talking. lease officer for the school district was called in and he cocked an arrested two different six year olds yes two different six year old Compton remove them put him in the police car took them down to the juvenile center for booking he has now been fired by that school district police department they said his error was not in getting the final approval from his area commander to arrest the kids yeah you're supposed to if they're under the age of twelve you're supposed to get approval he did not go that route he just took this upon himself however. this guy might have been in a really difficult position here I'm not I will I was very quick to judge him the more we talk about this the more I realize it's ridiculous that he was there at all Kevin is in north Austin with mark and don seven eleven Hey Kevin good morning welcome. Sir I just wanted to call in touch base with you all and just give a little bit of a different perspective on situation like this I don't condone or no this situation my wife works for school district in the area in the special education department and sometimes of the students that they are need to work with some of them can be very unruly and to the point where they have to constantly or by I personally well I'd not wasn't there but my wife tells me about so sometimes when she's been bit and and bled out as well as that had been hit things like that so to be challenging vertically if the student is in high school or or the older and larger so there's a lot of stress on on the teachers and also those who support the teachers on there so that's this one a lot call in a planned she a high school teacher Kevin she will she is a special education works in special education to support the high school and other schools in the area well we have heard similar stories in recent years from teachers themselves Korean and talk about being attacked by kids so this is not an isolated case so now it's not and it's it's unfortunate because my wife has told me a lot of that lately and she is in Vienna and the support which is not assigned to teach in a row with listings like this which is going to support like that where she's even been attacks so it's just it's just unfortunate but there's a lot of stress as one of the old Republic that the educational process has four of those who work there it is extremely stressful it's a very difficult place for the teacher the other kids in the classroom we were not taking part in the physical

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"two six years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Our land does morning news I'm re computer and I'm Marcia Taylor and your next chance to win coming up in the payroll payla payout is at eight o'clock updating the case of two six year olds arrested at school last Thursday now is the officer who arrested them that's in trouble basically there is no other remedy but to terminate this office will NO police chief or land over loan says the whole department couldn't fathom the idea of six year olds being put in the back of a police car by now fired officer Dennis Turner to be honest with you it's still shocking to us he apologized to the children in the families involved noting it's his job to earn and protect the communities trust because of this incident the trust has been put in question orange Osceola state attorney our missile is says she's not going to prosecute the children I will try to remove the arrests from the record systems are not designed to raise our children people are hi all this is the state of Florida has led in arrests of children ages five to ten before he took office Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDO a police officer hurt in the poll shooting will be allowed a pension the police pension board voting in favor of Orlando officer Michael in the Paula Tano he was shot in the helmet in the night club attack three years ago the board ruled the palatine or suffers from PTSD as a result of the shooting and heads up if you live in Seminole county parts of state road forty six will close overnight all week for construction on the wheel Kaiba parkway it all started last night workers will close some lanes between Bella forced place in wake Markham road so they can move dump trucks to their work sites was completed twenty twenty two the project will create a toll. road beltway around the Orlando area the closures will happen between nine PM and six AM through Saturday Kevin reviews this ninety six point five W. DDO now seven thirty five.

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"two six years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Payroll payout coming up at eight updating the case two six year olds at school last Thursday that were arrested the officer who arrested them is now out of a job basically there is no other remedy but to terminate this office will NO police chief or land over loans as the whole department couldn't fathom the idea of six year olds being put in the back of a police car by now fired officer Dennis Turner to be honest with you it's still shocking to us he apologized to the children in the families involved noting it's his job to earn and protect the communities trust because of this incident the trust has been put in question orange Osceola state attorney our missile is says she's not going to prosecute the children I will try to remove the arrests from the record systems are not designed to raise our children people are hi all this is the state of Florida has led in arrests of children ages five to ten before she took office Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDO a police officer heard the Paul shooting will be allowed a pension please pension board approved yesterday voting in favor of Orlando officer Michael the pilot Tano he was shot in the helmet in the nightclub attack three years ago the board ruled the polytechnic suffers from PTSD as a result of the shooting here's an update on last week's top stories it's been a week since a woman in buffalo found a three year old Florida boy sleeping in a box on her front porch we told you police found a van the boy's parents have been driving burned out with human remains inside buffalo police say it could take weeks to identify those remains WKBW TV and buffalo reported the police also found more than four pounds of cocaine in a hotel room where the boy's parents had been staying the boys grand mothers and I to Cologne says she has completed the nest. Jerry steps to gain custody and requests her custody hearing be moved up from October ninth colognes son his girlfriend and another friend of all been missing since last week Tony Marino news that a six point five W. DPO now we have a video of this story detailing all the specifics up right now in the news ninety six point five W. D. V. O. Facebook page county they're still trying to wait on the water samples they want results after seventy three thousand gallons of raw sewage leaked from a pipe last weekend somebody noticed it on Sunday and contacted the county to report it crews repaired the pipe and laid down lime on the land that was saturated by sewage as of right now they don't believe any of the sewage made it into wells were any bodies of water nearby.

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Florida police officer fired for arresting two six-year-olds

Orlando's Morning News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Florida police officer fired for arresting two six-year-olds

"Updating the case two six year olds at school last Thursday that were arrested the officer who arrested them is now out of a job basically there is no other remedy but to terminate this office will NO police chief or land over loans as the whole department couldn't fathom the idea of six year olds being put in the back of a police car by now fired officer Dennis Turner to be honest with you it's still shocking to us he apologized to the children in the families involved noting it's his job to earn and protect the communities trust because of this incident the trust has been put in question orange Osceola state attorney our missile is says she's not going to prosecute the children I will try to remove the arrests from the record systems are not designed to raise our children people are hi all this is the state of Florida has led in arrests of children ages five to ten before she took

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"two six years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The new study six point five W. B. O. payroll pay out come up at eight. now updating the case two six year olds at school last Thursday that were arrested the officer now out of a job basically there is no other remedy but to terminate this office Orlando police chief or land over loan says the whole department couldn't fathom the idea of six year olds being put in the back of a police car by now fired officer Dennis Turner to be honest with you it's still shocking to us he apologized to the children in the families involved noting it's his job to earn and protect the communities trust because of this incident the trust has been put in question orange Osceola state attorney our missile is says she's not going to prosecute the children I will try to remove the arrests from the record systems are not designed to raise our children people are hi all this is the state of Florida has led in arrests of children ages five to ten before she took office Jeanne Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDO and a police officer hurt in the Paul shooting will be allowed a pension the police pension board voting in favor of Orlando officer Michael in the Paula tanto he was shot in the helmet in the nightclub attack three years ago the board ruled that the Poltava suffers PTSD as a result of the shooting seminal county officials are still waiting a water sample results after seventy three thousand gallons of raw sewage wheat from a pipe last weekend so notice leak last Sunday contacted the county to report it now crews repaired the pipe lay down lime on the land that was saturated by the sewage right now they don't believe any sewage made it to wells or any bodies of water nearby and parts of zero forty six in Seminole county will close overnight all week for construction on a kind of a parkway it all started last night workers will close some lanes between Bella forced place in wake Markham road so they can move dump trucks to their work sites was completed twenty twenty two the project will create a toll road beltway around the Orlando area the closures will happen between nine PM and six AM through Saturday Kevin reviews this ninety six point five W. DDO five thirty five now what I let those morning news Jill gorgeous stand the way lots of sunshine today highs will come about near ninety then tonight mostly clear down the. seventy tropics we go watching Karen in the.

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Charges dropped against 6-year-old children

Pat Walsh

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Charges dropped against 6-year-old children

"Orlando Florida police chief Orlando alone says the officer who arrested two six year olds at an elementary school last week has been fired could not fathom the idea of a six year old being put in the back of a police car in to be honest with you it's still shocking to us prosecuted dismissed charges against both

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"two six years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thirty keeprite Finnessey says as soon as the wild fires reported a fixed wing takes off carrying the fire integrated real time intelligence system or virus get out over that far very quickly and provided within five minutes of arrival perimeter map he says that tells ground crews where the fires that but the system also predicts where the fires going this gives us for the first time the opportunity to go ahead and target evacuations in those areas the new systems available in orange LA riverside Ventura and San Diego counties at the joint forces training base in Los Alameda's Corbin Carson care finance we were all the Paul the police chief in Orlando Florida has apologized for a resource officer who arrested a couple of unruly six year olds the kids were arrested at school last week one girl had thrown a tantrum and kicked a staff member she for land a role loan says the officers actions were investigated it was clear today when I came into work that basically there is no other remedy but to terminate this officer the grandmother of the girl who threw the tantrums as the school knows the girl often miss behaves because she has sleep apnea a member of the U. S. army has been busted for allegedly sharing bomb making instructions online and talking about bombing a news network Smith allegedly considered attacking in news network with a car bomb discussed killing members of the far left group and teeth and mused about presidential candidate better o'rourke being a good fit for fire destruction and death Erica turkeys a Smith was arrested Saturday when the FBI said he admitted he knows how to make bombs and read to return reeve this is not a good day for me today I can't talk and routinely provided instructions online Smith had been assigned to Fort Riley.

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Charges dropped against 6-year-old children

Mitch Albom

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Charges dropped against 6-year-old children

"Prosecutors say they're dropping charges against two six year old students who were arrested at a Florida elementary school last week by the same officer Riske Flores reports one the children's grandmother is speaking out about her specific incident of course his grandmother was shocked that she was upset because she says that the six year old girl suffers from sleep apnea and they're trying to get that under control meanwhile on Thursday she gets a phone call from the little girl's charter schools saying that the little girl had had a temper tantrum and that she had been arrested by

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"two six years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Six six Bible Jimbo one eight six six Bible five four six two six we're gonna watch this monster as long as it takes and to keep you informed up to date on what is happening for the moment nothing it just sits there Dorian does off the coast of the Bahamas and still battering the Bahamas the expected assault this evening on the coast of Florida really hasn't started yet but there seems to be little doubt that it's going to happen let's go to northern Michigan tonight and we have Pat up in about hello Pat. yeah. are called in to to view your list here of all of the redneck knowledge all right go ahead it only it will only take three drops of bleach to purify five gallons of questionable water. there are if if if we if you are a pulling one out of a ponder something that you think we may have a slight amount of contamination. it takes a minimal amount of bleach where does the level of I mean it is it is the three drops per gallon is that supposed to be a a hard and fast rule or does it vary depending on the level of contamination. well three drops for five gallon Jan I'm sorry five gallon three that movie does listen to what Pat said that what I said three drops per five gallon because let's face it we're talking about stuff that in concentrated form can be very dangerous but but that that you know and formula works no matter no matter what the level of contamination well it clarifies mold bacteria think went back when you were a kid little pool in the backyard sure mom would take I have a couple bleak and put it into what three four hundred gallons of water and that their their core Phil what not wouldn't girl in it. okay radio member well I I do I do I never had that particular experience we we we did the deal with that with water in that that contaminated form but I've I've heard of such things anybody what the formula was. all right very good alright that again from above padded northern Michigan keep that that in mind that there are ways to purify water yeah that's true in terms of killing bacteria that's absolutely correct one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six years Maggie in the Alexandria Virginia which is seen some storm flooding in its time it does not appear at this juncture that story is going to be a problem for you but go ahead Maggie thank you take my call sure I've been to a number of hurricanes coupled initials and any number blizzard but my sister went through her can you call with the first of her first husband and hurricane Katrina what a second husband. in in our country now all the post office a project Mississippi flooded so I'm sending boxes of English muffins and down to as a sister in law you know it at the post office in Jackson the thing is English but what are the best in the branch you can grill you could either but anything's to anything you know meet anything at all the hamburger buns too you know but also I was sending the certain old remedy for cuts and abrasions scratch if porters lotion we can get from the home trends hopeful catalog I'm not sure if they still have that is a little while ago already but my sister told me later I think for three bottles of the stuff all together sixteen ounce bottles you know what happened over there. can now it might. the press got a might sit two three big dogs they had. and I got my colors the colors and the might of the pets and on to the people. and said the supporters lotion got rid of might. wow it on themselves you know it's very aromatic an old fashioned remedy you know him from pharmacists you know yeah besides Englishmen street the headquarters low for the structure on a road of self with get rid of mice. and it worked well Hey who work someone who who's to argue yeah where to find this case yeah that's pretty slick alright well thanks for sharing that Maggie again the things that people know that I was not aware of of more to come one eight six six five oh Jimbo and will be back on the bull headed show it just a moment..

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"two six years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Causing the horrific accident Monday night that killed two six year old children suspects dealing a cop car and driving off in nearly one hundred miles an hour police chief Richard Beal says the man ramen Walters junior attacked his own father after learning he was taking him to get mental health help he crashed a car and stole the responding officers S. U. V. suspect was able to gain access to police vehicle before he could be apprehended recite all certeza suspect an attempt to stop the theft of the cruiser the taser was ineffective the man crashed into two more vehicles before leaving the first crash scene then ran a red light downtown hitting two more vehicles one the seven young children inside just leaving the library sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. O. W. Ohio governor Mike DeWine holding a news conference this morning regarding his plan for tougher background checks in the state after the mass shooting a date in the governor said he wanted background checks required for all gun purchases will have his comments today covered for you AREDS update a U. any US war as Nixon's Alan Curtis Sally all hit home runs last night as the Reds beat the Marlins eight to five same two teams again tonight down in Miami and today he's cool funny gets the start for Cincinnati are pregame coverage gets underway at six ten so far today on Wall Street it's a mixed day the Dow up twenty three the nasdaq has dropped twenty one in the S. and P. up one our next update at ten thirty Rick you chain of newsradio seven hundred W. out of are you ready to hash tag days Loudon Loudon county is known for its authentic farm to table cuisine and award winning chefs is thrilled to invite you to the second annual Latin restaurant.

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Two children dead in Ohio, 10 people injured when stolen police car crashes

Woody and Company

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Two children dead in Ohio, 10 people injured when stolen police car crashes

"Two children are dead in Dayton after a man crashed a stolen police cruiser the children have now been identified this afternoon as two six year olds Eleanor make bride of Huber heights and Penelope jeffco of Dayton ten other people were also hurt when that stolen police vehicle crashed into other cars at the front of the Dayton metro library Raymond Walters junior is now being charged with

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"two six years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KTRH

"To the next year. Sonora smart Dodd brought a petition for the Spokane clergy members to make June fifth. Her dad's birthday a day to honor father's the ministers lengthy idea, but couldn't get it done that fast. So they said it for the third Sunday in June Dodd spent the next sixty years, pushing for the official recognition, Father's Day as an actual holiday in nineteen seventy two six years before her death at age ninety six president Richard Nixon signed a congressional resolution making it. So Tanya Taipower's, Fox News and figured out what you're gonna do. A dad today will traders village is hosting their third annual Father's Day out concerts in car show. That's going on five today. There's a Father's Day brunch from now until one at the buffalo soldier national museum from now to five, there's a Father's Day, barbecue feast at city brewing company. And in addition, today, being Father's Day, it is also national fudge day. That's what you get in for me. Dad, you're getting some fudge there was a horrible single vehicle crash on the north side guy in his tweet. Twenties. Speeding hit a pole at imperial valley and FM nineteen sixty he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. They had to cut him out through the roof before he was transported to the hospital. K T, R H news time is twelve oh. Three lake Conroe grieving after a sixty five year old man drowned late yesterday. He was trying to retrieve an unmortgaged pontoon boat when he went under. Police recovered the body at about ten thirty last night. He was not wearing a life vest as you make plans. Keep an eye on the weather. We do have that chance for rain. There were communities across the plain states that are now cleaning up after a day of tornadoes. Twisters were reported across the US yesterday from the Texas panhandle to North Dakota. The national weather service says sixteen tornados were reported. One of those was in Texas. The Texans are going to be coming home for camp this summer after holding training camp in West Virginia. The last two years the Texans will be back at team headquarters in Houston for this year. Training camp opens, July twenty fifth of the Houston Methodist training center across from NRG stadium. Successions will be open to the public starting with the one on August. I Texans will also walk the Detroit Lions for joint practices ahead of their preseason game on August. Seventeenth the preseason opener is at Green Bay on August eighth. Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, h Gary woodland is maintaining a sleigh lead. Is he heads into the final round of the US open today? Woodland shot, two hundred four in the third round yesterday in Pebble Beach to move to eleven under Justin Rose. Right on his heels at ten under news on demand. KTAR H dot com. We're gonna have another update at twelve thirty. Breaking news as it happens. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather, and traffic station, NewsRadio seven forty. K. T. R H. Welcome to the retirement income.

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"two six years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"AA MC. Oh, don't remember any of this. I tell you I got to be the only person in the room. I was there. First grade when Kennedy was really in seventh grade, there's a different view. Say the price of gas is the twenty nine dollars. Go back to the year, twenty twenty California. These days is about a dollar more gallon. So what are they gonna price or price? To seventy two seventy to average it out or what? Not back then. Out the window. Good. Remember we in downtown Baltimore one time, traveling nineteen seventy two six years old. And then we were not in the best station wagon wood panels a used to by Chevy Chase's vacation. We went by sunbeam bread factory smell it melt side dead pulled into Portland ran in there in five minutes later. He's gonna win a by one. He came out. He was like like hot potatoes forbid passing his head because it's brand new right off the guy just pick one. This. Free before all the other stuff probably wouldn't be my dad would have been allowed to walk. Right. But we've found a convenience store and bought a thing of butter and bread and butter that was believable. What you remember did is? Let's remember though to get a Pru plan put together folks, and it's very important that we have our very own retirement plan, not justify points. If you call in the next fifteen minutes, we're going to custom design few easy to understand financial and retirement review indicate if you're need of a full retirement plan, keep in.

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"two six years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Most they have committed in a game since oh, six the moment. And that was next rating gained the most in a nine inning game since nineteen eighty two six years is crazy. You're the first one was a dropped foul ball pop up and and the batter. The next pitch was hit for home rock. So I mean, those are beer league numbers are literally it was it was very very odd. You don't you don't see that in a major league game. And but then again. They got sure things up day quake, Ron Santo story. Make your heart. Feel good Rawson little league had a rough end of one of our games. And yet I give it three hours in the game. So I called Santo. And I said listen, he's playing third. I wonder if you just give me a call chairman Santo gets on the phone with them and says, listen, you know, that's why we play baseball. Tomorrow's another game another game after that. Because I mean three years and one game cost us a game. He made rossville better, you know, more. So than his dad could or somebody else at time like that fast forward. It's about a month later, and I see Santo at Wrigley. And I said man, I was really cool. If you really appreciate that a lot. I said three airs what game was because I never made three. I made too a lot. So you figured I didn't think it was so bad. If I added one sounds good. That's great. Next beat the bulls one thirteen one oh, five Stanford and Baylor. Make the women's final four, David WGN sports rocking..

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"two six years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Government program for unnecessary services. He's pleaded not guilty. He's been jailed since his arrest in two thousand sixteen to others involved. Have pleaded guilty as former spaces out lengthy prison term, if convicted Illinois attorney general wants the state supreme court to order a new sentence for the white Chicago police officer who fatally shot black teen Lequan McDonald attorney general Kwami row and state's attorney Joseph McMahon asked on Monday for a court order that would send Jason van dykes case back to the trial judge for a new sentence. That is a rare move for prosecutors. This is the first step in asking the court to declare that the trial court improperly sentenced Jason Van Dyke for the murder and aggravated battery of Liqun McDonald. To order a new sentencing hearing, not casting aspersions on on the judge. A question is whether the sentence was consistent with the laws of the state of Illinois. And it is our belief that the sentence was not this is a question of law, and it's an interest of Justice that the lobby followed no matter who the defendant can no matter who the victim is in a particular case. And that that is not a political question. That is a question of law. What's important to remember in? This case is that for so many different reasons there are really important issues that came forward not just in the trial of this case. But during the sentencing of this case, those issues would have come out whether it was during the appellate process, whether it was during the post conviction process, which could have come whether or not an appeal was filed immediately or not. But ultimately, it was to make sure that the law was followed in all aspects and this step by the attorney general, and I this morning is our effort to make sure that the law is applied equally to this case like it has been to every other case. Now, the judge sentenced Van Dyke in January two six years and nine months, of course, that court filing sets a motion legal battle in motion. That could ultimately result in the court, forcing.

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"two six years" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Venezuela's military is throwing its support behind. Embattled President Nicolas Maduro dealing a significant blow to the US effort to back a parallel government and the authoritarian leader countries defense minister says the military will oppose any effort to remove a Madero who began a second six-year term this month after elections last year, there were widely regarded as a sham one Guido. A thirty five year old lawmaker who was recognized by the US and other countries as the country's legitimate president formally asked the US for emergency humanitarian aid to ease shortages of food and medicine secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says the US is ready to provide assistance as soon as logistically possible. United States is ready to provide more than twenty million in humanitarian assistance to the people of Venezuela. These funds to help them cope with a severe food food and medicine shortages and other dire impacts of their country's political and economic crisis. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has now ordered all non emergency US diplomatic staff to leave Venezuela. The decision marks in about-face for Pompeii who declared on Wednesday night that he would keep US embassy staff in the country. It's eleven minutes after the hour coming up the nasty surprise that. You may face at tax time. Looking for ways to save with your Medicare plan? Walgreens is a preferred network pharmacy with many plans nationwide, which could mean lower copays for.

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Mike Pompeo: Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro can't expel US diplomats

America Trends

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Mike Pompeo: Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro can't expel US diplomats

"The US State Department says it does not consider an order by nNcholas Maduro for US personnel to leave Venezuela within the next few days as valid or legal Madero issuing this statement soon. After President Trump recognized his rival Juan Widodo as the country's president rather than Madero Madero was sworn in as the nation's president for a second six year term a couple of weeks ago Wednesday, though, tens of thousands of people marched and called for a change saying the election results were rigged. Widodo took the oath of office and declared himself the president yesterday

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"two six years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"two six years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"They can listen to this show. Thank you for that. You know, if I could snap my fingers and. Do one thing. To try to get our politics off a dime. And try to pretty dramatically. Fix. What I think? Ails our politics right now. I would snap my fingers and enact mandatory term limits. If I were king of the world, and I could enact one law. It would be that. Nobody can go to Washington DC and served for more than twelve years. Actually, I would say in the house you get three two year terms that six years no more than that. And in the United States Senate, you get to know more than two six year terms, right? We elect senators for six year terms, we elect our representatives for two year terms. If you made me king the world. And I could enact one reform. It would be that. It would be for the house three two year terms and for the Senate to six-year term. It never going to happen. I understand that. It'll never happen. I said that if I were king of the world, and I wanted to dramatically reform and fix things. This is the one thing. I would do the one thing. I would do would instant lead bring fresh viewpoints and voices to DC Republican and democrat just that alone, it would instantly get rid of everybody who's been in Washington for more than six and twelve year twelve years, and that's most of these guys you look at again, I doesn't matter where you stand politically doesn't matter to me you look at some of these United States, senators, Republican and democrat. Chuck Grassley out of by. Pat lahey. Out of Vermont. These guys are in their mid eighties. They've been in Washington DC for like fifty years. That's too long. That's just too long. They're never gonna get out on their own. When I went to congress. I self limited myself. I said I would serve no more than six years. I got bounced out after two, but. Look, I'm talking about jolting the system. I think one of the biggest problems our political system has today is in fact. We we have a..

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Besides lava and ash, Hawaii volcano is pumping out hazardous "vog"

NPR News Now

04:56 min | 4 years ago

Besides lava and ash, Hawaii volcano is pumping out hazardous "vog"

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk rain soaking the northern Gulf Coast where officials warn that Albert? Oh, could bring dangerous flooding NPR's Bill chapel reports over the next day or so, the Florida panhandle and parts of Alabama and Georgia could see from four to eight inches of rain from berto and even more in isolated cases, a Bertos winds weakened a bit to around fifty miles per hour, but National Hurricane Center meteorologist. David's Alinsky says, there's no reason to relax. The main gang we would advise people is to not pay too much attention. The maximum winds, the rainfall threat is the main thing here. So as alert of moves inland Indians to weaken, don't assume the event is over there still threat of heavy rains and flooding a bear to is the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, which doesn't officially start until June. First Bill chapel, NPR news, TV, news, anchor. In a photo journalist were killed Monday when a tree fell on their vehicle and North Carolina, as they reported on flooding and severe weather. Associated with subtropical storm berto the three foot diameter tree apparently loosen after the ground was saturated by a week's worth of rain. Hawaii's Kellaway of Aquino continues to shoot ash into the air and push lava into the ocean as Hawaii public radio's. Bill Dorman reports, the volcano remains active onto FRANZ kill away. It continues to erupt with plumes of Asha at its summit shifting winds or pushing ashen hazardous sulfur dioxide gas inland toward more populated areas about twenty miles away. Lava streams are pushing into the ocean, but at a slower pace waffle also crossed into geothermal power plant, but civil defense officials, say the affected wells are stable, insecure, Bill Dorman reporting from Honolulu. President Trump visited Arlington, National Cemetery, Monday to lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier as NPR's, Barbara, sprint reports Trump's stuck to the script after earlier sending out a boastful tweet the president addressed the families of those who have lost loved. Ones and said, our country will remember them every day, not just on Memorial Day, repaired who weeps for child to every child who mourns for a parent do every husband or wife whose heart has been torn into today. We ask to comfort your pain to ease your sorrow and to wipe away your tears. That somber tone came after the president. Stirred a bit of controversy with the self, congratulatory tone of a tweet, saying, quote, those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country's doing today, Barbara's sprint, NPR news, Washington, a power outage at an amusement park in Ohio left writers stranded on some of its roller coasters and other rides for about two hours. A spokesman for cedar point in dusky says the park lost power Monday afternoon when the car hit utility pole. This is NPR news. Israel says there has been an exchange of gunfire on the Gaza border between Palestinian militants and has really troops as NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from Gaza City. One Palestinian was killed. The Israeli military says, its troops came under fire as they arrested two Palestinians who crossed into Israel with knives and combustible materials in response in Israeli tank fired at a militant post in Gaza the Islamist group. HAMAs said, one of its members was killed later the Israeli army reported gunfire from Gaza toward Israel. There was also violence at the border over the weekend. Israel said its troops, found a bomb on the Gaza border fence and fired into Gaza killing three Palestinians, no Israeli troops have been harmed in recent weeks. There have been protests and clashes on the Gaza border. Israeli troops have killed more than one hundred Palestinians there. Daniel estrin NPR news, Gaza City, European leaders on Monday called for new presidential election, invent. His Walea saying they will swiftly lovey a new round of sanctions. Targeting those close to President Nicolas Maduro Madero won a second six-year term may twentieth which is closest challenger called illegitimate and Venezuela's leading opposition parties boycotted as fraudulent and experimental vaccine was administered Monday to health workers and others in the area where Congo's current Ebola outbreak was first declared at the beginning of may. A dozen people have died from the disease as of Monday Congo updated that there were thirty five confirmed Ebola cases, thirteen probable and six suspected. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from Optum one company dedicated to tackling their biggest challenges in healthcare by providing innovative data driven solutions. Optum helps to improve outcomes for everyone Optum how well gets done.

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