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"vean" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The Ukraine scandal meanwhile people role are already starting to arrive for the president's rally tomorrow in Wildwood the line was forming yesterday the convention center everybody's just nice sharing food sharing stories watching each other stuff to go to the bathroom some seventy five hundred people are expected the events scheduled for seven PM tomorrow meanwhile protesters are gearing up for what they're calling a counter rally just south of the convention center with some thirty groups taking part arrest will be made of people try to reach the hillside location of Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash LA county sheriff Alex vean wave says his deputies can now charge people with a misdemeanor no arrests have been made but now we have the tools to make an arrest he says drones and paparazzi were problem at first now deputies are patrolling the steep terrain on horseback in using ATVs he says a no fly zone is also in effect so police choppers don't get interference from other aircraft the attorney for the man accused in last month's Hanukkah stabbing attack in Rockland county says his client isn't mentally fit to stand trial attorney Michael Sussman submitted a report to the court from a psychiatrist which says that suspect Grafton Thomas isn't competent to stand trial Sussman then seeking a federal competency hearing it was in late December inside of a rabbi's home in Muncie when Thomas allegedly used a machete to attack and enter five people leaving one critical his attorney claiming he has a long history of mental illness and sometimes hears voices in addition to a large amount of medication that he apparently neglected to take at times federal prosecutors call his attack I hate crime with anti semitic motivations James foreman W. O. R. news a woman says she's eternally grateful after a group of pedestrians rushed to her aid helping to free her from underneath an S. U. V. in Manhattan it happened yesterday afternoon on the Lower East Side the twenty five year old woman was crossing the street with the groceries thank you to everyone about this how I can pay that back it's just I'm really grateful for everyone that help struck and then pinned underneath the S. U. V.'s.
"vean" Discussed on KCRW
"Of this you never really know what's going on with people loose and waves concert tense suffocating atmosphere for kids growing up in America particularly African Americans Harrison understands that pressure he attended a private high school where he was one of just a few black kids for me was like I need to be the best black man I need to be acceptable to everyone in Hollywood the idea of being the best black man dates back to at least any point CA but today with the industry trying to be more inclusive Harrison hopes that he and other young actors of color will just be stuck with grueling portraits of American youth let's get some of these coming of age movies that you know we love so much from our youth and let's give our black kids some stories everything as a piece of political you know what can we do something fun with any luck Harrison will get to have some fun and maybe in the process when in order to mark reverse NPR news and happy Friday this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David Graham and I'm Steve Inskeep definitely happy Friday good morning it is three fifty this is KCRW one of the key questions for investigators in the wake of the deadly shooting at Saugus high school is how the teenage gunman guys weapon yesterday officials admitted say it was homemade KCRW's tells aspen has that story LA sheriff Alex vean waiver says the firearm used in the saga shooting was a so called ghost gun the forty five caliber pistol did not have a serial number or registration number making it nearly impossible to trace investigators are pouring over the sixteen year old gunman's electronic communications in an effort to figure out where the gun came from it's possible he assembled it himself perhaps from parts acquired over the internet authorities say a search of the shooters house last week turned up an arsenal of weapons including many that were unregistered some of those may have belonged to his late father the gunmen killed two students and injured three others in the sagas high school quite a week ago before taking his own life law enforcement officials say they are seeing a proliferation of goes to guns or untraceable weapons the man who killed five people in Santa Monica a few years ago including three at Santa Monica college assembled his assault rifle from parts shipped from out of state it's three fifty one at KCRW and coming out this afternoon on All Things Considered some states have mandated active shooter drills at school not everyone believes they're helpful for children especially those with anxiety or developmental disorders the value of active shooter drills at school plus analysis of this week's impeachment hearings.
"vean" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Here overnight the community coming together today the motive remains on known why the sixteen year old alleged gunmen walked on the campus and started firing Danny shot himself in the hand detectives are looking at a social media account the now it appears may be a hoax which they thought yesterday was here is on that Instagram account there was a message posted before the shooting but now it appears it may not have been authentic Alex stone ABC news Santa Clarita California set to face questions this morning in the second public hearing of the impeachment inquiry the ambassador to Ukraine the president trump recall former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie you've on a bench testifies publicly today your bondage was abruptly removed from her post after the president's personal lawyer Rudy guiliani allegedly carried out a smear campaign against her your bondage is expected to detail Giuliani's so called shadow foreign policy in Ukraine and as the like a terror ABC news Washington police in Virginia are still searching for marine wanted in connection with the murder of his mother's boyfriend twenty two year old Michael brown has been on the run since Sunday the end of the Steelers Browns Thursday night football game turning really scary was miles scared and took the helmet off of Mason Rudolph and slapped him on the top of my head the Cola ninety two three the fan in Cleveland Garrett Browns player rejected the Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph speaking after the game hourly come pretty bush league two more players were ejected for fighting in that brawl Israel now says it's done for now with air strikes against Islamic Jihad the military says it's willing to abide by a cease fire you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK three teams are fighting to survive Thursday school shooting in southern California a sixteen year old girl and fourteen year old boy died after a classmate opened fire on the five of them Los Angeles county sheriff Alex vean wave us as the first cops on the scene were deputies and officers dropping off their own kids they saw the handgun was there they realized it was not a pending threat immediately and they tended to the care of all of the victims and got the first aid a rolling investigators say the sixteen year old gunman remains in critical condition after shooting himself in the head deputies think the shooting at Saugus high school was an isolated incident his motivation is not yet known however it was the suspects sixteenth birthday governor Gavin Newsom is staying on top of Thursday school shooting near Los Angeles his administration is working with local law enforcement in Santa Clarita Newsome says he's sending thoughts of the parents families and friends of the students along with faculty at Saugus high school that's the news I'm became a goddess.
"vean" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Something only a lot of here's someone hurt someone else I believe the Republican National Committee confirms it will hold its winter meetings at trump national to Ralph throwing business to one of the president's struggling properties easily Mr trump has been accused of using the presidency to enrich himself US sanctions against Iran continue to take a toll the Islamic Republic news agency reports authorities have imposed gas rationing across the country private cars limited to a fifteen gallon monthly quota Iran also increasing the price of gasoline more than a week since the election Republican Kentucky governor Matt Bevin is conceding Evans says he's not going to contest the results of the re canvas and admits there won't be much change in the numbers we're going to have a change in the governorship I truly wish the Attorney General well as the next governor of the state the final vote your democratic Attorney General anti Bashir beat Bevin by just five thousand votes ABC's Ryan borough you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK three teams are fighting to survive Thursday school shooting in southern California a sixteen year old girl and fourteen year old boy died after a classmate opened fire on the five of them Los Angeles county sheriff Alex vean wave us as the first cops on the scene were deputies and officers dropping off their own kids they saw the handgun was there they realized it was not a pending threat immediately and they tended to the care of all of the victims and got the first stated a rolling investigators say the sixteen year old gunman remains in critical condition after shooting himself in the head deputies think the shooting at Saugus high school was an isolated incident his motivation is not yet known however it was the suspects sixteenth birthday governor Gavin Newsom is staying on top of Thursday school shooting near Los Angeles his administration is working with local law enforcement in Santa Clarita Newsome says he's sending thoughts of the parents families and friends of the students along with faculty at Saugus high school that's the news I'm became a goddess from here to get Rabb Exeter work on the I five corridor tonight the southbound.
"vean" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is inside Europe and I'm Keith Walker and bone Germany in the next half an hour let's see moves to further integrate speakers of Russian and to society also we visit the Swedish Tyrone who's authorities are clamping down on a controversial art I'm sorry for them because they have no education they don't know what they are doing so I'm not so angry I am I'm sorry high shrinking glass here's are affecting hydro power in the Swiss Alps these stories and more coming up from the studios of Germany's international broadcaster D. W. this case inside here let us set the wheels in motion to begin addressing the situation regarding a so called non citizens in the country a non citizen is legal status which this poll to country introduced in the mid nineties after becoming independent following the collapse of the Soviet Union the non citizens have mostly been Russian speakers and their descendants who settled in Lafayette during its decades long Soviet occupation now the labs in government has decided to end this status for those born from the beginning of next year politicians hope it will further integrate Russians because into light vegan society good as get us in Riga has the details you'll still if I'm not in the US steel cylinder this late October and more than forty people receiving legend citizenship give a solemn promise to local migration office the pledge their loyalty to Latvia involved to abide by its laws one of the few leads to become a lesbian national and that the companies to pass the test and left to be in and be familiar with the country's constitution history and culture among the soon to be citizens his twenty three year old Andre Shamus girl in a CD dharma break through school ending I need like the and citizenship mainly because of my work I have to go on business trips to England Ireland and some other countries I need a passport for traveling besides my father in law lives in Ireland and I want to visit him there Shamus was born in Latvia but his Ukrainian parents moved to this country thirty years ago when it was still ruled by the Soviet Union but when it fell apart and let's be regained independence in nineteen ninety one the then government pondered how to deal with more than half a million Russian speakers who had settled in Latvia during the fifty year long Soviet occupation most of them didn't speak let me and had no historical memory of the country additions established and non citizen status as a solution something between a stateless person and a citizen it means an official passport but not the right to vote and some other restrictions sure most parents are among them and because of that so much says he was born in non citizen to anyone any of the two young parks blooming will too my parents only have to sign an application for me to become a lot vean citizen when I was fifteen but they didn't do it and we didn't actually think about it at the time I need the lot vean citizenship now and so I dealt with it myself there are around two hundred thousand non citizens in Latvia now for about ten percent of the population studies show that most non citizens don't apply for citizenship because they don't speak let me in or they expect to automatically get elected and passport the world's most with the Russian parliament recently voted for boulders to non citizen status for those born from next year additions believe that this will help unite society though which will only affect fewer than fifty babies a chia among those voting against the bill was parliamentarian dog model based not a Lingala she fears the step will open up a Pandora's box of grunting Latvian citizenship to more and more non citizens further down the road she told him bluntly still sunny but these about people who choose to live in Lafayette but don't require Latvian citizenship are in a comfort zone they enjoy the same privileges as Latvians citizens and further more they don't need a visa to visit their relatives in Russia it's not fair on the country where they've decided to live raise their children and put down roots the government's move follows his decision last year to boost the use of flesh to be in a secondary schools this means that the existing bilingual education and some schools will be stopped in two years or something about just over to flow with Russia criticize Latvia for the school reform and will in the country of worsening bilateral relations Russia's international Kremlin friendly media portrayed the move as an attack on local Russian identity him not to be of the pro Russian opposition party called the harmony which voted in favor of granting automatic citizenship to new bones is against the school reform his parliamentarian bonus to leverage a loser Yorktown more marquai into the idea to carry out integration by assimilation is an illusion it's not the right approach by the way towards marginalization nothing good will come out of it since Russia annexed Crimea in two thousand fourteen Moscow has been continuously trying to use Latvia's local Russian speaking community as a leverage to achieve its political goals Martin's compounds is a researcher at the institute of philosophy and sociology at the university of Latvia he says the Kremlin is trying to cause division and resentment by spreading misinformation and false stories about Latvia violating the rights of local reference because it there will be a publicly in matter you but the the local Russian speaking population has always been very inclined to consume the myth that someone promised them automatic Latvian citizenship shortly before the country regained its independence I studied the political documents from last time and I haven't found anything about it it was written though that the question of citizenship have to be decided in a democratically elected to parliament later on Cochran says the flattery as decision to grant an automatic citizenship to all new bones along with the changes in schools is a sign of a wise our integration policy that said he doesn't expect the flow of misinformation of fake news stories from Moscow to subside sure meanwhile political doesn't concern on the racial mass though he was unhappy growing up with a non citizen status he's not looking forward to holding his left impossible what hopes that the many others like him will follow those details as the W. we go and I'm Keith Walker in Bonn Germany your listing to inside Europe during the week lawyers for former cause alarm leader called his pledge to mom vibes to fight Spain's efforts to extradite him from Belgium to W. Spain correspondent is gonna head coach hello guy quite a case I I pushed Amman is wanted in Spain on charges of sedition on the misuse of public funds yes that's right the the Spanish authorities have been trying to extradite him for the last two years ever since he fled to Belgium in the wake of a failed attempts by the Catalan region to break away from Spain they tried on a couple of occasions to eight extradite him previously on rebellion charges from Germany and also from Belgium they failed each of those times previously they all very keen to bring him back to Spain now they're still trying to bring him back they have re issued an international arrest warrant against him and they're hoping that this time this will lead to his extradition on also his lawyers are slowing down proceedings to do do you think you'll ever put him on will ever face the charges against him what it is very hard to say clearly he has a very good legal team he's sorry fall have managed to prevent him from being extradited successfully the only thing I would say that makes his position more difficult is the fact that it's nine of his former colleagues have just being sentenced given jail sentences for their role in the events of of twenty seventeen not failed independence drive which he was part of they have been found guilty of sedition that and there's a feeling that that makes it easier for the Spanish judiciary to extradite push them on because there's that Preston that if you like that the Spanish courts have proof that his colleagues who guilty therefore they feel it's easier to prove the push them on should have to for face trial so his position does looks certainly we could and it was just a few weeks ago okay on time what I found interesting was one of those nine jailed separatists told The Irish Times newspaper during the week thought he said for me prison is a necessary step towards achieving the right to self determination yes that's right I was George a quick shot who was given a nine year jail term for sedition he is the president of a a civic pro independence organization called only in cool to route and he has already been imprisoned for two years he was imprisoned before he was sentenced to two years in preventive custody and he believes that such as the fact that he is in jail he's facing this lengthy jail sentence the front always colleagues of his a facing them to jail sentences for that will help that cools to gain independence the Catalonia in the long run because they believe that this is break this is raising the profile of the the Catalan independent schools and they believe that the these jail sentences on violations of human rights on the part of the Spanish judiciary and therefore once the international community is fully aware of all this that will help that cools and eventually it could help lead them towards having a a full binding referendum on independence and then eventually gaining independence from Spain which is what they're looking for of course and the supporters all of cut cut to learn independence hundreds of thousands of them took to the streets are on there are some quite violent scenes and also there were tens of thousands of people protesting jet jet just to last weekend in support of Spanish unity say having both sides kind of you know rallying yes that's right a means as soon as the this verdict was announced by the the Supreme Court October the fourteenth there were a pro independence Catalans out on the street demonstrating we always knew this is gonna be a very explosive Dick well they could be a very explosive that I'm not prove to be the case as tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of Catalans immediately took to the streets to to protest against that verdict claiming that it was a political sentence for for the discount plan leaders and demanding their immediate release and we've seen some quite violent scenes often what we soul certainly in the immediate aftermath of the verdict was large peaceful demonstration through the streets of Barcelona another Kaplan cities and then later on nights they kind of transform somewhat and a small minority of more violent demonstrators took to the streets would clash with police would stop you throwing rubble with police and and it was really quite violent scenes a lot of rubbish contains being burns and barricades in the streets of central Barcelona for example now the the demonstration we saw on Sunday by unionists or what they call constitutionalist it Kaplan's that was the first such so show of force by by unionists that we've seen since the verdict now that doesn't necessarily reflect and the fact that there are more pro independence Catalans than than unionist captains of fact Catholic societies very much divided down the middle on the issue of independence but what it does reflect is the fact that pro independence cantons of much more visible immobilize much more quickly than than unionist Catalans they get out on the street in in the hundreds of thousands ready very easily and said that they they made their presence felt much quicker and much more effectively than the the unionists a very interesting talking to thanks a loss thanks very much case I had to go to W. Spain correspond and take us because ray from Madrid broadcasting from Germany this case inside Europe service poor is historic city on Sweden's southwest coast and there's been a lot of media attention focused on its new mayor Louise Erickson belongs to the populist political party the Sweden Democrats and Perris city council has decided to no longer commission public art which they consider provocative so we've had a decision to stop flying the rainbow gay pride flag I sighed kinds of offices also decision to stop kindergarten children wearing the head job Islamic headdress the council is one of the.
"vean" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The GOP I hope this will be done with the seriousness that any impeachment proceedings deserves senator Susan Collins of Maine is one of the few Republicans willing to call the president out telling the Bangor Daily News I thought the president made a big mistake by asking China to get involved in investigating a political opponent China has started investigation identified Nebraska Republican Ben Sasse responded Americans don't look to Chinese commies for truth Utah's Mitt Romney called the president's plea wrong and appalling but president trump responded by calling Romney a pompous **** and a bunch of other things overseas a military shift from the U. S. that could leave a long time ally the Kurds vulnerable to an attack from Turkey CBS is Cammy McCormick is at the Pentagon US forces have pulled out of observation post at the border and stop the joint patrols with Turkey and Syria whether the U. S. now pulls all of its troops out of northeastern Syria depends on how deep the Turkish incursion is and whether the U. S. backed Kurds fight back if they do an official told CBS news in the U. S. no longer has a partner in Syria spotted Holly Williams covers the region for CBS news America's most important ally on the ground in the fight against ISIS looks like it's about to get involved in an armed conflict with Turkey which is an American NATO ally when America decided it wanted to fight ISIS in Syria went looking for a partner and the only people who are ready willing and able to fight against ISIS with the Syrian democratic forces STF but from the beginning of that partnership Turkey's been saying America you shouldn't be doing business with these guys because we regard them as terrorists the STF says to America we feel betrayed you've let us down why should we do your fighting America against ISIS president trump tweets it's time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars Dallas police are investigating the shooting death of Josh will brown a man who was a key witness in the murder conviction of former cop amber Geiger she shot and killed a neighbor balsam John CBS's Omar via front the John families in their turn merit are demanding answers have a key witness suddenly we kill a suspicious marriages brown was scared someone was after him after he was involved in a separate shooting incident in Dallas he had been so less than a year ago and someone standing near him was killed he was reluctant to testify in this case because he had been shot at CBS David back now is in Kansas city Kansas where police arrested one of two suspects in a deadly bar shooting twenty hit me so like I got hit by damn bus Michael Barack Haas was among the five people injured a bullet is still lodged in his shoulder police say two gunmen started shooting inside the tequila Casey bar just a half hour before closing time Sunday morning killing four men I just heard about like four shots when I turned to the right I just seen seen arm swing of the scene the flash in and seen a point straight at me police identify the suspects over night as Hugo vean waiver moralis and hobby year Alatorre day it's the world news roundup and it's four minutes after the hour did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app is your business position for K. finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try ziprecruiter.
"vean" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of Maine is one of the few Republicans willing to call the president out telling the Bangor Daily News I thought the president made a big mistake by asking China to get involved in investigating a political opponent China has started investigation identified the brass the Republican Ben Sasse responded Americans don't look to Chinese commies for truth Utah's Mitt Romney called the president's plea wrong and appalling but president trump responded by calling Romney a pompous **** and a bunch of other things overseas a military shift from the U. S. the could leave a long time ally the Kurds vulnerable to an attack from Turkey CBS is Tammy McCormick is at the Pentagon US forces have pulled out of observation posts at the border and stop the joint patrols with Turkey and Syria whether the U. S. now pulled all of its troops out of northeastern Syria depends on how deep the Turkish incursion is and whether the U. S. backed Kurds fight back if they do an official told CBS news in the U. S. no longer has a partner in Syria spotted Holly Williams covers the region for CBS news America's most important ally on the ground in the fight against ISIS looks like it's about to get involved in an armed conflict with Turkey which is an American NATO ally when America decided it wanted to fight ISIS in Syria went looking for a partner and the only people who are ready willing and able to fight against ISIS with the Syrian democratic forces STF but from the beginning of that partnership Turkey's been saying America you shouldn't be doing business with these guys because we regard them as terrorists the STF says to America we feel betrayed you've let us down why should we do y'all fighting America against ISIS president trump tweets it's time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars Dallas police are investigating the shooting death of Josh will brown a man who was a key witness in the murder conviction of former cop amber Geiger she shot and killed a neighbor both some John CBS's Omar via front the John family in their returning merit are demanding answers advice a key witness suddenly we kill is suspicious Merritt says brown was scared someone was after him after he was involved in a separate shooting incident in Dallas he had been Silas than a year ago and someone standing near him was killed he was reluctant to testify in this case because he had been shot at CBS David back now is in Kansas city Kansas where police arrested one of two suspects in a deadly bar shooting twenty hit me I felt like I got hit by damn bus Michael Barack Haas was among the five people injured a bully is still lodged in his shoulder police say two gunmen started shooting inside the tequila Casey bar just a half hour before closing time Sunday morning killing four men I just heard about like four shots when I turned over to the right I just seen seen arm swing of the scene the flash in a scene of point straight at me police identify the suspects over night as Hugo vean waiver moralis and hobby year Alatorre day it's the world.
"vean" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS to scarf cap can extend seventy newsradio ten forty six a Texas jury has convicted a former Dallas police officer of murder for shooting her neighbor to death in his apartment thanks cop amber Geiger testified that she had mistaken Botham John's apartment for her own when she what inciting kill them and what she thought was self defense CBS news correspondent Omar via franca in Dallas as her defense attorneys had helped to spare her from prison time defense is arguing that it was just a series of horrible mistakes that led to this and they were actually pushing obviously for lesser charges or or no charge at all interesting to note murder was on the table still was manslaughter murder has five years to ninety nine years in prison and manslaughter has up to twenty years or probation the jury will now deliberate on Geiger sentence. they say they're saying a big increase in a certain category of complaints against officers false accusations and it all hinges on body worn cameras one LAPD first rolled out body worn cameras a few years ago police figure the cameras would help both sides police and the public behave a little more politely now they're finding that the footage from the cameras can help resolve complaints against officers in a hurry especially when they're blatantly false LA police chief Michael Moore it's a it's a tremendous amount of time for for that for the supervisors to not have to investigate that complaint because they could they determined it yeah it's intake that it's false but that's not all and the other thing it does is it reduces the the the the stress on the offer knowing that they have a complain hanging over their head for you know five months to a year the chief notes the footage can also prove that a police officer acted inappropriately as well he says the department records fourteen thousand videos a day and he would like to see a random checks of the footage in LA John Baird K. an accident seventy newsradio like county supervisors have approved the freezing of some funding and hiring for the sheriff's department because the department sixty three million dollar budget deficit the counties is C. E. O. expressed concern about what's going on with the sheriff's department with regard to overtime as deputy positions are being filled the overtime is escalating and so there seems to be something going on within the overtime budget it was made very clear that the hiring freeze would not pertain to sworn personnel such as deputy sheriffs it would be more administrative supervisor Sheila kewl we have to balance this budget whether we like it or not. and so we are taking sixty three million dollars that could be somewhere else. and having to you know fill this gap sheriff Alex vean waiver urged the supervisors to make your office to finding the true cost of providing public safety which.
"vean" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Against the LAPD there me talking about this is the police commission meeting today because complaints were up can extend seventies d'anvers live this morning with more. this is a report of complaints made against the department by members of the public and yes it shows an eight point three percent increase compared to the number of complaints filed in twenty seventeen the report shows there were three thousand five hundred and thirty five complaints initiated by the public last year number most of the complaints were initiated against the central bureau and the south bureau the least were made against the detective bureau four hundred and thirty four of those complaints were sustained that's about fourteen percent of the total more than three thousand were closed reporting live in LA John Deere KNX ten seventy newsradio level for LA county supervisors voting today on whether to freeze some of the sheriff's funding to force him to deal with a deficit of about sixty million dollars historically United the sheriff or report whatever let let it get to this point former LA county supervisors of your Slutsky says what the board is considering is very unusual but so was the department's deficit which has grown to more than sixty million dollars the NY but insists he's had to use over time to cover hundreds of vacancies supervisors held is a lease and Sheila kill content vean waivers fail to work with county officials to deal with the budget shortfall they propose freezing a hundred and forty four million dollars in funding and non essential hiring to force the department to cut spending and work out a repayment plan B. and web accuses supervisors of playing politics with public safety first to bark or that the board of supervisors is taking out to try to get his attention doesn't work then it'll be on his shoulders the burden of responsibility for having cut back public safety a spokeswoman for the and one of us as he met with three of the five supervisors yesterday to talk about the issue let's get this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio the cannabis cafes. today in west Hollywood will tell you more coming up after traffic it's five oh five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five said here is Jennifer your take a look at the drive in downtown they look good to south on water one southbound Golden State our.
"vean" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"They had ribs yeah they had up pulled pork it was it was legit Houston that's all I ask for money go to Houston have like good barbecue the Ross Tucker football. two one a gain the press box food report as a. I won with the food aid all right Ross Tucker tell us something that you see is really different with this team this year they have the best roster I think that I can ever remember the eagles having top to bottom I'm including when Ike was there like when you guys were there two thousand one two thousand two through two thousand for your roster was unbelievable when you look at the amount of guys they release they get picked up by other teams like small wooden Hester and Josh Adams I mean they cut those guys because they weren't good enough to be on this fifty three not only do they have I in my opinion the best offer to line the NFL arguably the best defensive line NFL just the dept I mean having guys like big vean Dillard as back ups on the offense of line Dallas Goddard which star for half the teams in the NFL even their fourth defensive end Dejan hole thank goodness for that guy he made every preseason game crazy entertaining at like twenty Bucks so they just have tremendous debt top to bottom I go on all these other radio dot com stations Cleveland or whatever not all the Browns are awesome the Bruno have a good right guard there have a good left tackle let alone the whole back up offered like the eagles have a Super Bowl caliber.
"vean" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"George Carballo providing nurse Sergio calling nurse to Micah Miller and nurse Althea Maggie so the administrator and three nurses facing aggravated manslaughter charges for the deaths of the twelve patients after the air conditioning stopped working two other nurses also face tampering with evidence charges a boy injured in a drive by shooting yesterday in Boynton beach while traveling as a passenger in a car definitely concerned about what has taken place these random drive by shootings that have nothing to do with people that live in this neighborhood the intended target was reportedly sitting on the sidewalk with the group of people in the vehicle pulled up and someone inside started shooting police investigating and the boy treated for non life threatening injuries some democratic candidates are waiting for polls to be released today to see if they will get an invitation to the third Democrat primary debate in used as it stands ten presidential contenders have qualified to participate right now the schedule calls for all tend to be on stage at the same time for one single debate night those ten guaranteed a spot our Joe Biden Cory Booker people to judge Julian Castro Kamal Harris in the club Ciara Beto o'rourke Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Andrew gang if one more candidate makes it by the end of the day the hosts ABC news and Univision in partnership with the DNC will add a second night conducting a random draw tomorrow to determine each night's lineup might power NBC news radio U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson is going to ask the queen to suspend parliament a move that would seriously restrict lawmakers ability to block and no deal brexit health officials say they're investigating twenty one cases of severe lung disease linked to vaping a lot of them are young people teens to young adults in these are people with severe lung disease many of them and hospitalized or put on a ventilator and so it's a really a severe illness that were seen so symptoms of the disease include coughing shortness of breath chest pain fatigue nausea and vomiting Delray beach tennis phenom cockle Goff is now on to the second round of the US open and the Dauphin showing heavy interest and Houston Texans pass rusher today vean Clowney they wanna get a trade for the pass rusher a fifty W. ckyl news times eight thirty five percent of the weather the other on the five we'll see an extra congestion from an earlier crash.
"vean" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Score a win in their battle with sure of that Alex vean away about over his re hiring of deputies fired for alleged misconduct I just has overturned the reinstatement of Carl Mendeleev the annoy the campaign volunteer who got his job back despite having been fired over allegations of domestic abuse and other misconduct restaurant going to turn in here's the uniform patch editor and leave can you import sheriff's department attorney skip Miller who's representing the county contents having that joy and on the job was a liability annoyance attorney says they disagree with the ruling and are reviewing their options but will most likely challenger the enormous says in a statement he's disappointed by the decision but has implemented the courts will the sheriff out he's hopeful and optimistic he and county supervisors can get back to finding solutions together to end the homelessness crisis and secure better care for jail inmates he goes on to jobs supervisors for voting to cancel a contract to replace the dilapidated men's central jail and says it will result in a massive loss of taxpayer dollars click you this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio a Los Angeles jury has awarded fifteen million dollars to former LA times sports columnist TJ summers in an age and disability discrimination lawsuit last year a judge sided with the newspaper in vacating as seven point one million dollar judgment saying summer's left the times on his own after it cut his workload following a medical episode but the re trial he ordered swung significantly the other way so what happened really did show that over time effects of specially in certain agent someone's career discrimination will have devastating far reaching effects as they did for Mister TJ timer summers attorney Carney said Gerry and says his client's life was ruined and that's clear today that it was back then it really is still with you it was at one point in time both of confidence in a big way and I'm hoping that at some point act together between sixty eight or sixty nine now and it's difficult the times is strongly suggesting that it will appeal calling this ruling on reasonable Brian paying chaotic ten seventy newsradio governor Gavin Newsom has signed a new law that changes the rules for when police officers can use deadly force is called the California act to save lives and it aims to reduce police shootings governor Newsome sign the bill surrounded by family members of people killed by police it's one thing to sign a piece of paper pass legislation another to change hearts and minds to change culture assembly member Dr surely Weber from San Diego wrote the law that was not enough for young people just to be marching in the streets and take in the hearts of the tears away and the families to be caught in a circle of paying us to do nothing and so we begin that process in twenty seventeen a hundred and thirty seven people were shot and killed by officers according to Weber only half were armed with guns Emily Valdez KNX ten seventy newsradio lawmakers are happy with this new legislation but what about law enforcement it's now up to the rank and file the men and women on the street to abide by the new rules and a key component for them in this new legislation is the mandate for major new training it's always been about quality training Robert Harris is with the Los Angeles police protective league the level of training the hands on training scenario based training that options need to continually evolve into continually get better at what they do the same sentiment from Ron Hernandez head of the association of Los Angeles deputy sheriffs were more than happy to train and train again so that we can put ourselves out there in Q. a service that the community is is happy with despite earlier concerns both organizations say they're now happy with the wording of the new law Chris Seton's can extend seventy newsradio members of law enforcement from across the state are expected at a memorial for the California highway patrol officer killed last week in riverside when a motorist he pulled over and grabbed a rifle and opened fire the public is invited to attend the ten A. M. services morning for Andre Morier junior at harvest Christian fellowship in riverside the thirty four year old officer was shot by a man whose car he was.
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"First time we've had a public university at the top of our list we're super excited about that UCLA comes in for some pricey schools like Stanford in Princeton are the top ten as well well here says that's because they offer so many scholarships and Ellie judges issued a tentative ruling that would require share Stephanie who then fired and re hired to turn in his band and gone and leave the force again but he says he'll take a little more time before making that decision final the tentative ruling came in a lawsuit by county supervisors one devotee Carl mentally and removed from the sheriff's department he had been fired by former sheriff Jim McDonald over domestic violence allegations but was then re hired by new share of Alex vean waiver after helping and be in a wave is successful campaign to replacement Donal in a wave is defended the rehiring on grounds he thinks the original firing was unfair they say a picture is worth a thousand words especially when it comes to airport security facial recognition cameras are not only coming to an airport near you in many cases they are already here and if they aren't now they soon will be but privacy advocates don't see flashbulbs going off they see red lights even with looking directly at the camera and the ideal conditions they want to create at the airport there are still issues with accuracy particularly on women and people darker skin Jeremy Scott from the electronic privacy information center the president for other entities to implement facial recognition and where our authorities getting pictures of you to compare with when you go to the airport remember that photo you took for your passport I'm Charles Feldman can extend seventy years rated former your religious school official accused of embezzling seven hundred thousand dollars from the district has pleaded not guilty Cynthia Marie Campbell was charged Wednesday with two hundred twenty two felony counts of misappropriation or embezzlement Anaheim you say she was employed by the school district as a student finance clerk from nineteen ninety eight until her retirement two years ago camel returns to court for a pretrial hearing in September when the crash of the five south in Burbank your extravagant for been it's it's three forty one is the Jake blacks as a crazy to think about all the things we learned in school that we never use again but what about the really.
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"This is NPR news and from KCRW on cherry Glaser with this news update the only county sheriff's department has opened an investigation into the agency that's responsible for monitoring the department the focus is on LA county inspector general Max huntsman and his office the issue accessing the confidential personnel files of high ranking L. AST executives like sheriff the N. wave huntsman's job is to oversee the departments which includes reviewing disciplinarian personal files that's led some people to think the sheriff's department's trying to bully the office of the inspector general here's LA county supervisor she look kewl talking to KBC my opinion it's intimidation under Sheraton more a commie is heading up the investigation into huntsman he says the timing of the inspectors access to the sheriff's files is a little fishy it's kind of funny that he would do just for the change of administration that that kind of stinks too for his part huntsman says looking into the files has been standard practice since his office was created talk is cheap so we'll see what actually happens I'll I hope this gets resolved in a way other than the sheriff is a plus the investigation is the latest development a clash over how much access should be given to the inspector general as part of the role in monitoring the sheriff's department meanwhile the Democratic Party appears to be having second thoughts about its endorsement of sheriff vean waiver the party issued a rare rebuke of the sheriff this week passing a resolution that calls on him to restore trust in the department the party's endorsement GayVN wave a significant boost in his election victory over former sheriff Jim McDonnell last year you're listening to KCRW KCRW sponsors include Annapurna pictures presenting the new comedy where'd you go Bernadette based on the novel and starring Cate Blanchett Billy Crudup and Kristen Wiig from the director of boyhood now in theaters everywhere the.
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"From KPCC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven oh one the only county sheriff's department has launched a criminal investigation of its own watchdog agency we get details from KPCC Shan McNary a key target of the investigation is inspector general Max huntsman ABC seven first broke the story undersheriff Timmer calmly said in a letter to the board of supervisors that the potential crimes include theft of confidential personnel files and burglary last November huntsman downloaded a number of personnel files including Alex to be a new way of us a few days before vean waiver took office as sheriff huntsman told ABC seven that everything he did was legal and part of his normal duties were calmly said vean waiver recused himself from the investigation and he asked the supervisors to remove huntsman from his job as inspector general while the investigation is under way the county C. E. O. responded in a letter saying the supervisors believe the entire sheriff's department should recuse itself from the investigation and that they will not reassign huntsman I'm sure and make merry one more note news of the investigation comes two days after the inspector general published a report that said Chevy in a way that has frequently blocked his attempts at oversight the frame is next at seven OO to is your beloved car ready for retirement it's been good to you so give it a proper send off by donating it to KPCC will pick up your vehicle handle all the paperwork I use the proceeds from itself the power the news and programming you love on KPCC you can also get a tax deduction it's easy to do it makes a big difference to independent fact based journalism in your community go to KPCC dot org.
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"Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go he says they need to have some form of gun control a clear sky seventy one degrees on monument circle I'm John Herrick here's what's trending at six thirty one that's the message from Ohio governor Mike DeWine after the mass shooting in date over the weekend Dayton city commissioner Jeffrey men's though once more restrictions on access to assault style rifles like the one that was used in the shooting and they have no place in the hands of average everyday citizens so we do need to have more work done at the federal state level the wind is expected to pitch his version of a so called red flag law that would take firearms away from people with mental health issues and those facing protection orders in Indiana police need a legitimate reason to run a background check on you Kurt Darling reports on police officers who broke the rules in Muncie Christopher bill berry is a journalist he had requested public records on communications between city councilor Nora pal and another city employee later he found out that pal son a police officer ran a background check on him even though he wasn't the target of a criminal investigation al says she knew nothing about it because I don't condone that I didn't ask for it I was involved in any way shape or form after a state police investigation Muncie police chief Joe Winkle senses officers have been re trained on when they can and cannot run a background check Darling ninety three W. Y. B. C. mobile news yesterday a group called don't shoot me said they planned a protest outside the Allen county Republican Party headquarters every day this week they want Republicans in Congress to vote for a new background check law as well as ten day federal waiting periods for all gun sales the U. S. imposing a total economic embargo against Venezuela president trump made the announcement yesterday that an executive order will freeze all government assets unless exempted like money used to provide humanitarian aid and to launch is scheduled this week on Florida's space coast SpaceX delayed the falcon nine rocket launch originally scheduled for this past weekend now set to take off from Cape Canaveral tonight just before so o'clock eastern I'm John hair wreck on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. B. C. and W. Y. B. C. dot com six thirty three sports with mark di didn't Cole said code Frankreich join the ride with GM vean echoed injure looks expectations that they'll be under center come week one reason I'm optimistic is because of my belief and him and my belief in our players I know that he's doing everything he has to do to be ready and it just most of the time guys like him they figure it out they know what they gotta do they know when it's best to press forward full speed and one to pull back a little bit so that's that's why I have so much confidence meanwhile the colts clean running back Deontay foreman off of waivers from the rival Texans around baseball the cubs as the athletic six to five red stop Mike trout me angel seven four Dodgers rod the cardinals eight nothing white Sox beat the tiger seven four and the Rangers shut out the Indians won nothing I marked I can from you I. B..
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"The governor of the state is expected to sign a bill creating a liability fund for utilities and is NPR's Kirk Sigler reports the fund will be backed by rate payers Seville follows the bankruptcy filing from California's largest utility PGA any investigators have concluded it's faulty infrastructure because last November's deadly fire that destroyed paradise California this bill which was pushed by governor Newsome also comes amid speculation from Wall Street that utility companies credit ratings here could be downgraded that could have widespread economic consequences on Wall Street at the open the Dow was up seventy three points this is NPR news in Washington you're listening to KCRW on cherry Glazer the LA county sheriff's department has been dogged for years by complaints about secret societies of tattoo deputies now the FBI is reportedly investigating KCRW's Evan George has the story the band details have gotten the most attention that group of east LA deputies is accused of beating and harassing other officers in an attempt to recruit end of doing IT with matching skeleton tattoos the LA times reports that FBI agents have interviewed several deputies trying to learn more about the group's inner workings the federal probe appears focused on the Bandidos who are the group's leaders to the encourage criminal activity but it could extend to some of the other secret societies within the ten thousand deputy force sure if Alex being a waiver has said in the past that deputy transfers and new policies have resolved the problem but a group of deputies have filed a legal claim against the county alleging a hostile work environment sure a phalanx vean wave said he could not comment when asked about the FBI investigation this week an FBI spokeswoman also declined to provide any information the FBI has investigated the LA sheriff's department before most recently in two thousand eleven want to probe of inmate abuse led to the resignation and conviction of former sheriff Lee Baca some night clubs in Hollywood are coming under fire for possible public safety violations LA city attorney Mike here says the city is filing criminal prosecutions against three clubs he says the violations of costs fights and in one case last fall a security guard was stabbed we have previously prosecuted one.