17 Burst results for "Urata"

"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Man who set off a pressure cooker bomb in manhattan to multiple terms of life in prison npr's joel rose reports in new jersey man was convicted last year thirty people were injured when ahmad khan rahimi said off a pressure cooker bauman manhattan's chelsea neighborhood in september of 2016 he also planted the second bomb that failed to explode that bombing triggered a two day manhunt that ended in a shootout with police in new jersey rahimi was injured but survived he's a naturalized us citizen who was born in afghanistan and lived in elizabeth new jersey prosecutors described him as a lone wolf who has inspired by terrorist propaganda at his sentencing rahimi said i don't harbour hate for anyone but prosecutors said rahimi has not shown remorse and that he tried to radicalize fellow prisoners at the federal jail where he's been held toll rose npr news new york israeli police recommending corruption charges against prime minister benjamin netanyahu it's up to the attorney general though to decide whether to indict netanyahu denies wrongdoing from washington this is npr news from kqed news i'm mina kim jose in as garcia's urata pleaded not guilty to gun charges in federal court today surati was acquitted of murder and manslaughter charges in the 2015 death of catherine styling in san francisco kqed is alex emslie reports jose an oscar she has wrought who was sentenced to time served in state court for being a felony possession of a fire but under an obscure legal doctrine he faces charges for that same alleged crime in the federal system his attorneys say he is being unfairly punished for being an undocumented immigrants a san francisco jury acquitted garcia's rowdy of murderer in november finding the prosecution failed to prove he intended to fire the ricocheted bullet that killed stanley the defence argued the shooting was accidental garcia's urata has been too supported five times and stanley's death has been repeatedly cited by president trump as an example of violence committed by undocumented immigrants i'm alex emslie kqed news there's been a drop in college financial aid applications from california students who were brought to the country illegally as children that's according to the california student aid commission executive director liu pita cortez alqalaa says the.

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"urata" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"G you know something that you carry around with you all the time as long as they could take them into the top with them it's pretty interesting it it you know that's something i actually came across while doing my research and as the idea of big companies having to been too old japan you know and and find a way to operate within that existing social framework so how do you mean exactly one thing is that japan places a high value on hospitality and that extends the companies not just individuals so if there's this expectation among japanese consumers that companies are going to go above and beyond just to accommodate them and any of their needs and there's a great example of this and that's the japanese auto industry so according to the country's automobile dealers' association japanesebrands account for nearly ninety percent of the cars sold there in japan and all of that thinks the hospitality services well it actually is a big part of it yeah you know that the relationship between car dealers in their customers is very different in japan than it is here and as a result of that japanese consumers are used to this high level oh of service that american dealerships have yet to really invest in either at home or even over there at the atlantic did an article about this last year and included this great description of a typical car buying experience in tokyo and really kind of explains how deep this custom goes so the author of this story writes the last time shujiro urata wanted to buy a car in japan his phone happened to rain it was the local toyota dealer on the phone ask him if he was thinking about buying a new car and so he replied in the affirmative and the dealer and a coworker's showed up at her oddest doorstep an hour later with two demo cars which are out on his wife test drove around the neighborhood they're out his decided to buy a car from this dealer the dealer also handles their car insurance coming to their home whenever the insurance contract needs to be renewed the you're out his bring in their car to the dealer every few weeks for a free car wash or the hang out and talk to the employees who come to become their friends japanese customers also expect to receive services like free maintenance from their dealers after.

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"urata" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Who des moines valence abuses democrats maintain the release of the memo puts national security at risk top house intelligence committee democrat adam schiff coast a memo a product of cherry picked details that is misleading particularly about the role of deputy attorney general rod rosenstein a grave concern that uh the president is looking for any pretext to get rid of anyone who doesn't swear fealty to him you democrats have authored their own memo vet two could be released on house speaker paul ryan says not a foregoing through a scrubbing of intelligence sources and methods in washington jared halpern fox news there's a lot of daylight between democrats in the white house on a lot of issues but one where there could be some common ground as the high cost of prescription drugs already expensive drugs and new price hikes are hitting americans wallets hard and forcing families to make tough tradeoffs senator tina smith of minnesota in the democratic weekly address during his state of the union speech president trump said that cutting the cost of prescription drugs is one of his biggest priorities he lost his cool in court the father of three young women sexually abused by sports dr larry nassar behavior healer all serving all street loves and i after will go over a larry nassar shaking his head that's when i lost control randall margaret's has apologized to the judge for lunging at nasser yesterday inside a michigan court room police in central italy have a suspect in custody following a driveby shooting a couple of hours ago local media reporting that between four and six people were hurt in the city of moss urata fox news fair and values forty six degrees for the high we could see a light mix moving across the northern part of the state from the noon hour into the early afternoon winds will be from the south tonight cloudy and we could see a light mix moving across the northern part of the state from the noon hour into the early afternoon winds will be from the south tonight cloudy and very blustery thirteen degrees will be our low sunday we'll be colder will start off with some clouds and then clearing through the day eight t

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"urata" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Exploding sales boren explosive political ebook i'm kathleen maloney fox news fire and fury inside the trump white house is so hot it sold out the first day it was released author michael wolff says he spoke with people close to the president they say he's on a more wrong in india actually there is a competition to sort of get to the bottom line here of who this man is wolf on nbc's today show also says he spoke with president trump for three hours during the campaign and at the white house the president denies that end on twitter says wolf's book is full of lies this as a guy who made up a lot of stories to try to sell books uh and i think more and more people are starting to see uh that his facts just simply don't atta white house spokesperson sarah sanders president trump meeting at camp david with republican leaders this weekend the talking about the 2018 legislative agenda and the upcoming midterm elections the illegal immigrant who was acquitted of killing kate stanley in san francisco now facing federal weapons charges are see as urata will be represented by famed civil rights attorney tony sarah who was made a career out of fighting the federal government according to a statement from the public defenders office quote it is expected that sarah will seek to have the new charges dismissed based on double jeopardy concerns and the trump administration's politically motivated vindictive prosecution if found guilty rraci could face up to ten years in federal prison airline still feeling the effects of yesterday storm airlines are operating on a reduced schedule and the delays rippled across the country they're so far have.

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"urata" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"The session requested by the united states the subject the antigovernment protests sweeping iran by its own citizens us ambassador nikki haley in two thousand nine the world stood by passively while the hopes of the iranian people were crushed by their government in two thousand eighteen we will not be fallon there are differences between the us and europe over how to address the situation in iran with washington coming down much harder on the iranian government the mexican man acquitted of murder recently in the shooting death of a san francisco woman that sparked a national immigration debate was sentenced this afternoon twotime served for a related gun charge jan johnson joins us with more the judge denied a request for a new trial on another charge of illegal gun possession sentencing who say he may scar see as the route two time served garcia surat urata had been deported five times before cates finally was shot dead on a san francisco here in 2015 he will now be turned over to federal authorities but his acquittal reignited a furor from critics who want tougher immigration policies the fbi is investigating again whether the clinton foundation accepted donations in exchange for political favors while hillary clinton was secretary of state additional accusations of sexual misconduct including rape against oscarwinning film filmmaker paul haggus this afternoon a lawyer for hagous known for the film's crash and million dollar baby said he didn't rape anybody president trump helicopter to camp david this afternoon for a weekend huddling with republican congressional leaders on their legislative agenda the president first pausing to talk stocks fat argue is up very very big today we've set i think they'll be continued to said the tax cuts are really kick hit in far beyond what anyone thought trading is just closed for the week no official final numbers just dip at the dow jumped about two hundred points their toward the end for the best start to a year since two thousand six i'm michael toscano.

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"urata" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on WCTC

"Nbc news radio i'm monica nelson president trump is blaming the acquittal of an illegal immigrant in the death of a san francisco woman on sanctuary cities in his weekly radio address the president criticised the not guilty verdict for jose urata in the shooting death of kate stein louis he said the death was entirely preventable and no americans should lose a loved one due to a crime committed by someone illegally in the country our should he should be shank shores for americans not for criminal elliott he pointed a finger at congressional democrats for blocking efforts to stop illegal immigration the president is paying homage to the sacrifices of the heroes of the civil rights movement at the opening of the mississippi civil rights museum saturday the president said they helped create a future that it's more just and more free these buildings embody the hope that has lived in the harsh of every american for generations here we memorialize the brave men and women who struggled to sacrifice and sacrificed so much so that others might live in freedom to notable african american lawmakers boycotted the event house democrats john lewis and benny thompson said trump's appearance was an insult to those honored by the museum georgia's lewis is a civil rights icon a couple of hundred protesters were outside the museum firefighters battling strong winds are making progress on a series of wildfires burning across southern california the biggest wanted to the thomas fire and vitura county which has burned over a hundred and fifty thousand acres north of la major wins have helped firefighters slow the growth which is now fifteen percent contained a seventy year old woman is thought to be the first fire related death alabama democrat doug jones is accusing his opponent republican senate candidate roy more of being in hiding he described more as being a lot like a groundhog who only comes out to look for his shadows facebook is offering a messaging at for kids the apple.

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"urata" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KELO

"President troubled is something today the palestinians and others in the middle east will say could derail the peace process fox's john dekker's live at the white house this afternoon the president will make it official ordering the state department to begin moving the us embassy in israel from tel aviv to jerusalem the president will also say that the us government recognizes jerusalem as the capital of israel secretary of state rex tillerson says he supports the move the presidents very committed to middle east peace process he has a team that he put employs almost immediately upon entering the white house that team has been working very diligently the terrorist group hamas has calling for what it calls a day of rage friday urging palestinians to protest him both gaza and the west bank dave john another wildfires now burning east of los angeles his three others rage in southern california nearly two hundred homes of burnt down thousands of pure have been evacuated the good news this morning is that the santa ana winds that dr these have die down of it but they are coming back later today long hard fight ahead fox's jonathan hunt near where the biggest of the fires inventory of police officer shot in the head near st louis has survived surgery his department in arnold missouri tweeted late last night against all odds ryan o'connor remains stable he was shot by handcuffed burglary suspect who then killed himself the illegal immigrant acquitted of murder and manslaughter and kate styling shooting death in san francisco was convicted of being a felon with a firearm and now faces more charges on federal grand jury has indicted him on more weapons charges in the same case stanley's murder on july 1st 2015 helped fuel a fierce national debate on immigration garcia's urata says he found a gun under a cheer on a san francisco pierre it fired accidentally when he picked it up fox was telling hours time magazine is named silence breakers first move year victims have spoken out about sexual misconduct in the.

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"urata" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The situation where a voice call is impossible fixing to my one one per whites that ability to do it in a secretive manner earned in through the security in effectively and quickly as possible to get a patrol car out there to provide assistance garrett says people should still make voice calls when they can la county is these six county in la to roll out and then california rather to roll out a text to 911 service which is also intended for people who are hearing impaired a one year old boy has drowned in a bucket of water at a dance studio in north hollywood whereas mother was working out the boy's mother apparently put the child down during a conversation at the dance studio thursday police said the bucket of what are the boy crawled into had been left out by an employee officials say they talked to the mom about possible negligence but overall it appeared to be a tragic accidents the federal government has issued an arrest warrant for the men who was found not guilty of murdering kate stanley in san francisco the unsealed warrant for jose's urata says he'd been convicted of illegally entering the us and was on supervised release at the time of stanley's debt federal officials say the shooting violated terms of surat as supervision because he was involved in a crime and handled a gun traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center there's count trans work on the 57 in a heart fifty seven southbound all roads orange what its core pornfree reluctantly that are close friends were killed about the am and looking at the silk out on the deal struck kim it is a bit slow through that closer than on the northbound side have utilize it up a northbound between the ninety one antoine duquesne road four left lanes arctic mission till seven o'clock the back of their is to ball road artesian ninety one westbound pioneered of the 605 three right lanes are closed until eight o'clock as well for the back the drive starting in norwalk boulevard and then in burbank on the factory when north at burbank boulevard it's a stalled vein take it away the middle lanes kfi in the.

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"urata" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To the kroger phone back they are matching kroger the supermarket your favorite food people they're matching up to ten thousand dollars right now make it happen in a we're going to talk to the kroger people in just a moment first producer brian baker what's been overheard the toy i'm brian baker and here's what's been overheard special counsel robert moller's charge former trump national security advisor michael flynn with willfully unknowingly making false fictitious and fraudulent statements to the fbi regarding conversations with russia's ambassador and that's very bad when the fbi confronted him about these conversations he lied about the nature allegedly according to these documents about the nature of the conversation again also remember he told the vice president that he did not have those conversations and not talk about sanctions ultimately lying to the vice president got him fired flynn is due in court today and expected to plead guilty meanwhile a not guilty verdict was reached indicate suddenly murder trial on thursday jose india's garcia's urata was acquitted of murder involved jerry manslaughter and assault with a deadly weapon here's what his brilliant lawyer had to say on the matter sarin his being an immigration status nothing i work you mess relative to what happened a l'oreal.

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"urata" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KELO

"Here's the latest from the news room tampa florida police have arrested and charged for the recent string of homicides in the seminole heights neighborhood that many had suspected was the work of a serial killer x white house strategist steve bannon will be campaigning for alabama senate candidate roy more next week now there are three candidates in the race republican more democrat doug jones and in candidate lee busby a retired marine and former aide to white house chief of staff john kelly as she from the volcano on the resort island of bali has begun drifting away from the airport leaving clean air space for planes to take off and land so airport has reopened and jurors continue to deliberate the fate of an undocumented immigrants charged with murdering cisco woman jose garcia garcia urata is charged with killing thirty two year old kate stein lee in 2015 when a gun he had fired and of ricocheting bullet hit the young woman killing her some of the stories we're following on first light today seventeen passports time robert workman good morning good morning evan the nba hardwood on tuesday cavaliers cooled off the heat 108 ninety seven for their ninth win in a row kevin love had 38 points thirty two of them before halftime the thing cleveland build that big league because lebron james was ejected in the third quarter after complaining about not getting a foul call not the first time he's ever barked in a referee it was the first on though in his 15year nba career he was tossed out of the game the rebels been placed in the witness protection program not really wizards trim the timberwolves one 92 to eighty nine otto porter jr had a gamehigh twenty two points including a clinching 22 foot jay with twenty five seconds to play bucks sacked the king's 112 87 yana sanchetacumbo poured in 32 nineteen of the third quarter jazz jolted the nuggets 106 77 derrick favors had 24 utah was down appointed the half than outscore denver fifty eight twenty eight in the second and the sunseared the bulls one of war 99 33 for devin booker chicago's lost sixstraight worst record in the association three and sixteen college basketball unanimous number one duke this week in the ap poll of there's one vote shy of a sweep in the coastal kansas michigan state villanova and notredame round out the top five the number two jay hawks trampled toledo last night ninety six fifty eight the body graham with thirty five points jay talks six.

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"urata" Discussed on Q'ed Up

Q'ed Up

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on Q'ed Up

"Cates law named for catherine styleleader would further increase prison sentences for people who repeatedly entered the us illegally laker see as a writer 24 democrats voted for it in the house including bay area representative jackie spear who says the bell was all about making sure that this didn't happen to someone else but david beer of the cato institute says cates law wouldn't have saved catherine stanley case law is aimed at deterring illegal immigration but beer says garcia's aratu wasn't deterred by more prison time it's not clear to me what this is trying to get at or how the authors believe that this is going to prevent a future cakes stein situation from occurring one thing might have prevented her death if garcia's urata hadn't had a gun how he got it is a key part of the san francisco murder trial but it's missing from the national debate the firearm that killed catherine stein lee wasn't just any gun it belonged to a us bureau of land management ranger john which housekey he stopped in san francisco four days before styling was shot and his duty weapon was stolen out of his car civil rights attorney frank petri represents catherine stein lease family how could a gun belong a federal official arranger somehow get taken stolen and used in this horrible horrible killing police don't know who stole it or how garcia's urata ended up with it defense attorney mac and zala says his client didn't steal the gut we asked him how he knows that well how do i know you didn't steal the gun i mean it's his there's no evidence that he did in the as no history of theft gonzales says stylings death was a tragic accident the garcia's ratty found which house he's gone wrapped in a tshirt and it went off as he was unwrapping it the bullet hit the concrete before styling.

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"urata" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on WCTC

"You are listening to the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura kate stein li's trial started with opening statements yesterday remember that her effect horrific case that became such a flashpoint in the 2016 campaign jose iniguez garcia's urata who allegedly to live allegedly shot thirty two year old stein lane on san francisco's pierre fourteen and to live 2015 this is closely watched his case for many reasons the when you look at the when you look at the stories written about this it is often the case that he's just described as a mexican citizen taylor just handed me this tell i'm not sure where this is from honey on outfits from don't know it doesn't have any merck sant san jose mercury notice okay yep bay area news group dot com now okay so it says a mexican citizen was released from jail two and a half months before the shooting instead of being deported because of the city sanctuary policy then donald trump of course seized on this but inside courtroom thirteen the focus was on ballistics not politics neither side in the trial referred to the political furor surrounding the shooting and garcia's era tastes immigration status was barely mentioned isn't that isn't that just peachy how i would it be relevant garage a garcia's they're out a fortyfive is pleaded not guilty to seconddegree murder and his lawyers argue that the shooting was an accident a single shot the richocheting off the pierre into stein leaseback she died at her father's arms district attorney's started her at times very dramatic opening statement by lifting up the gun plastic tax through a trigger it was a beautiful summer afternoon when she was shot it's a very high quality gone santa kind of gun that's going to go off by accident he shudder in coldblood killed her but this get this case got an enormous amount of attention but there are other cases of other people who aren't in a beautiful tourist attraction like the pierre in san francisco who are gone down murdered and tortured every day almost every day in the united states there's another gang bangar attack slashing sometimes the beheading human trafficking opioid trafficking gang member is third to plead guilty and associates 2015 killing two others implicated in alexandria virginia stabbing received 30year terms now this is this is northern virginia this is just eight miles from the capitol this was a.

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"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

"San francisco murder trial this is a case that first received national attention when donald trump than a presidential candidate used it to press his immigration steps case finally gunned down in the sanctuary city of san francisco lyon illegal immigrants deported five previous times that was trump's description and now the facts go on display the trial is expected to focus more on the murder and less on the politics as kqed's marisa lagos reports kate stanley was shot in the back she walks among the waterfront in san francisco the suspect in the case whose ans garcia's urata isn't undocumented mexican national who had recently been released from san francisco jail before that he was serving time in a federal prison for illegal reentry her death became a rallying cry for trump and others angry at socalled sri policies and liberal cities like san francisco the don't cooperate with federal immigration enforcement the district attorney spokesman maccido says prosecutors only goal is justice for the stanley family the issues for us or whether he pulled the trigger and if he did if he did so with like the defence will argue that the shooting was an accident that christie is a ratty found a gun wrapped in a tshirt and it went off as he was unwrapping the bullet ricocheted off the ground and hit stanley killing her the public defender mcintosh analyst says the murder charges political if he was not a mexican immigrant with prior felling convictions he would not be charged with this crime gonzalez will also argue it matters wear the gun came from and why it was on the streets of san francisco to begin with what both sides do agree on is that was stolen from the car of the federal park ranger who left it unsecured that ranger will be called to testify or keith stanley deaths became swept.

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"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A san francisco murder trial this is a case that first received national attention when donald trump than a presidential candidate used it to press his immigration stance cates styling done down in the sanctuary city of san francisco lyon illegal emigrants deported five previous times that was trump's description and now the facts go on display the trial is expected to focus more on the murder and less on the politics as kqed's marisa lagos reports kate stanley was shot in the back as she walked among the waterfront in san francisco the suspect in the case whose an as garcia's urata isn't undocumented mexican national who'd recently been released from san francisco jail before that he was serving time in a federal prison for illegal reentry her death became a rallying cry for trump and others angry at socalled sanctuary policies and liberal cities like see infants scout the don't cooperate with federal immigration enforcement the district attorney spokesman maccido says prosecutors only goal is justice for the stanley family the issues for us or know whether he pulled the trigger if he did if he did so with the defence will argue that the shooting was an accident that christie is erratic found a gun wrapped in a tshirt and it went off as he was unwrapping the bullet ricocheted off the ground and hit stanley killing her but public defender mcintosh analyst says the murder charges political if he was not a mexican immigrant with prior felling conviction since he would not be charged with this crime gonzales will also argue it matters where the gun came from and why it was on the streets of san francisco to begin with what both sides do agree on is that it was stolen from the car of the federal park ranger who left it unsecured that ranger will be called to testify while kate stanley desk became swept up in the presidential campaign jurors aren't being asked to consider the political questions though just decide if garcia suratis guilty of murder the trial is expected to last about a month for npr news i'm marie salah ghosts in san francisco ooh ooh this is npr news.

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"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KQED Radio

"While the drug charges were relatively minor they made him a felon and when felons are caught crossing the border illegally they face longer prison sentences he spent most of the past twenty years behind bars for legal reentry after two of those present states federal prison officials handed him directly to immigration enforcement who deported him but in 2015 prison officials did something different they sent him to san francisco to face a twenty year old marijuana charge david beers an immigration expert at the liver terry and cato institute there's not been a good answer why they choose this time to send him to san francisco when in every other instance he was simply deported the marijuana charge was quickly dismissed while garcia surati was cleared for release another federal agency wanted him to stay in custody in here is where we get into the heart of the debate between socalled sanctuary cities like san francisco and us immigration and customs enforcement or ice immigration agents asked san francisco to hold garcia's ratty for deportation it's a routine request from us san francisco and many other counties don't honor those requests because federal courts a found those holds violate constitutional rights and the sheriff can be sued so in april of 2015 san francisco letcracy is route to go to and a half once later styling was dead while stylings death laid bare the disagreements over sanctuary city allies it also led to a piece of legislation written by house republicans capes law named for catherine's timely would further increase prison sentences for people who repeatedly enter the us illegally laker see as a writer twenty four democrats voted for it in the house including bay area representative jackie spear who says the bell was all about making sure that this didn't happen to someone else but david beer of the cato institute says cates law wouldn't have saved catherine stanley keith law is aimed at deterring illegal immigration but beer says christie is aratu wasn't deterred by more present time it's not clear to me how they authors believe that this is going to prevent a future cakes timely situation from occurring one thing might have prevented her death if garcia's urata hadn't had a gun how he got it is a key part of the san francisco murder trial but it's missing from the national debate the firearm that killed catherine stein lee wasn't just any gun it belonged to a.

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"urata" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Senators are taking testimony today regarding data security at the credit bureaus in a hearing today ohio democrat sherrod brown says companies like akwa facts collect vast troves of personal information and echo facts recently acknowledged that that data out of more than one hundred forty five million people was compromised in a massive cybersecurity breach the senators are talking about credit bureaus taking steps to bolster security of all the personal data of all americans and minimise the risk to consumers jury selection in san francisco is now underway in the trial of an illegal immigrants who allegedly shot in dc killed a bay area woman in 2015 jose's urata is accused of shooting and killing thirty two year old cates stein louis while she was walking on peer fourteen in san francisco whether jad the incident became national news after donald trump you stylings death as a campaign issue on illegal immigration today san francisco superior court judge samuel fang told potential jurors the issue of sanctuary cities is not a part of the trial locally now eighteen year old michael ritchie of burlington is now facing upgraded charges including negligent homicide this and the death of an off duty somerville police officer on a new hampshire highway earlier earlier this month witnesses claim richie was drag racing when he swerved into oncoming traffic and struck officer luis remigio who was riding his motorcycle he's a 30year veteran of the summer of all police department and he was laid to rest late last week leaving behind two daughters richie will be arraigned on the new charges on friday he is currently out on bail football helmet maker right dell says it will vigorously defend its products and its reputation against concussionrelated lawsuits like the one that lawyers for the late new england patriots tight end aaron hernandez filed in court yesterday.

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"urata" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"urata" Discussed on KOMO

"From seattle city hall mayor ed murray announcing his resignation after a fifth man one of his cousins came forward and accused him of sexual abuse decades ago hurricane early completely destroying a trailer park in the florida keys community is liz ma islam or reduce islam urata the storm scattered small and large debris around the park including a hot tub of fishing boat refrigerators ice machines washers dryers furniture of all types on the topic of the hurricanes were continuing to watch the recovery millions of people across florida still well don't have power thanks to earn more from abc's tom llamas this morning thousands of activity well the clock to restore power for weeks hurricane herbalists size and one hundred forty mph winds doubting power lines uprooting trees and blowing transformer daylight showing a wake destruction but at night the full scope of the struggle now this couple took us inside their home no power no we see no running water watson this is pitchblack har it's complete darkness the hardest from this point sides no power others are dealing with no running water michelle well showed us how there's nothing coming out of her faucet and how they're getting by things like we felt that the other big rural for some getting home the millions forced to evacuate no desperate to see if their home survived early starting to clog roadways confusion and frustration as residents are forced to turn back while emergency crews check the condition of roads and bridges cleared up large debris put some are able to make it back caroline anderson we travel with her as she returned to her home on annamaria island might be few trees downed power lines but i think i have a house so as it is for those residents that live in miami beach they are going to be allowed to return home say that's abc's tom yomise reporting a team from the snowmen county pudi should arrive in georgia today or tomorrow in response to hurricane erma nineteen people from here tweeted pictures of the caravan on the road and members of the pierce county sheriff's department are on the ground in georgia now assisting with the.

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