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"vehicular homicide" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Kalita is charged with vehicular homicide vehicle assault and reckless driving. He's accused of plowing into protesters who are on I 5 in Seattle at the height of the demonstrations that was back in July of 2020 summer Taylor was killed and Diaz love was seriously hurt. Gali te's attorney says it was an accident. Officers allege, he drove around state patrol SUVs that were blocking lanes to protect the group that was protesting on the freeway. Michelle Esteban. A person of interest in the deaths of a young mother and her 7 year old daughter was free at the time of their deaths, even though he faces trial in an Arkansas homicide. The news tribune reports Kirkland Warren was out on bail, pending his long delayed trial for an Arkansas drive by shooting less December. The report says Warren also had been arrested and released in southwestern Washington just days before his ex-girlfriend may Shay Melendez 27 years old and her daughter Layla Stewart vanished, booking paper say Warren assaulted Melinda's and fired a gunshot into her apartment. The Kent's school board will begin the week without aboard president the Seattle times reports Tim Clark resigned his position during a special meeting Friday after a comment he allegedly made last week offended some parents and staff Clark was reportedly talking about how some new school boundaries would impact refugee and low income families and allegedly referred to one group as a colony of Somalis. Clark is still listed as president on the board's website and reportedly will remain a board member. Cruz pulled a body from the water near Seattle's pier 66 as Seattle fire boats were dispatched to Saturday night after receiving a report of body spotted in the water near the 2200 block of Alaskan way. Seattle fire department said four people were on the rocks near the pier when the body was found and fire crews had to assist them as well. It's unclear how the person died. And still ahead. 5% of washingtonians have medical debt in collections. I'm Carly Johnson, the backdrop for legislation. In Olympia. Healthcare jobs bloom out in the country. I'm Taylor van Sykes with the new analysis. We do that every ten minutes on the fours. Let's get you to the high performance homes traffic center where Kiara Jordan is standing by. Well, if you're traveling into gig harbor, you're running into a bit of a delay this morning and this is due to some earlier roadwork eastbound 16 near Burnham. It looks like they just got that wrapped up I am still seeing some lighter slowing though as you are approaching Burnham drive and now outside of that. We're just sort of watching the mornings commute fill in. So on north and I 5, we're going to crowd right as you're coming out of that north end of Federal Way and then you're also finding some lighter slowing through the sea tac area on north and one 6 7 were slow and go from state route 18 to two 77th and then you do it again between two 12th and four O 5 and I'm also seeing a little bit of minor hesitation on northbound four O 5 as you're approaching cold creek Parkway. Our next northwest traffic at 5 44 now report this time it is sponsored by triple-A Washington from dead batteries to towing Tripoli is your trusted 24/7
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Heard one and I kind of just tried to mark it up as like, oh, maybe it's like a backfire from a car, firework, and then I heard like 7 shots after that. She described law enforcement arriving quickly and trying to communicate with their subject. Like you need to surrender. We're coming looking with canines right now. King County executive Dow Constantine in a tweet Sunday writes he's thinking of the deputy colleagues and family and is hoping for a speedy recovery. Let's come a fours Jackie Kent reporting, both the deputy and the suspect are expected to survive. A 17 year old girl died in a head on crash in Thurston county over the weekend. An authorities suspect an 18 year old driving one of the cars was under the influence. This happened on Saturday night on rainier road southeast and the Thurston county sheriff's office arrested that 18 year old driver. They say he was driving north, lost control and a curve crossed the center line and went into oncoming traffic. The impact killed his passenger. The 18 year old driver was processed for suspicion of DUI and his under investigation for vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. Deputies report, the other driver involved a 24 year old woman, has serious injuries. Steve mccarran reporting. One person is in critical condition after a major crash in Federal Way that happened this morning, south of 272nd street along 9 5 south. Investigation into this collision. That state trooper Rick Johnson says the crash involved two cars and a semi truck. The person in critical condition was driving one of the cars. The wreck happened around 5 30 this morning and tied up traffic for most of the morning commute. A Kirkland woman speaking out for the first time since she was raped in her own home. That attack happened last October. The victim, Jennifer sharing this terrifying moment
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"97 7, stay connected, stay informed. Good afternoon, three 31 from the northwest 24 hour news center. I'm Jeff Poe to let here's what we're following. Police are trying to figure out who killed a 26 year old man from Renton after he was found shot to death this morning in Kent. Seattle time supports a 9-1-1 caller heard sounds of a gunshot and that a person was found lying in the parking lot of an apartment complex on a 111th place southwest. No suspects have been arrested at this point. Anyone with information is asked to call police. A 70 year old man rescued after falling through the ice at Billy clapp Lake east of ephraim and grant county earlier this week, sheriff's office says the man was trying to rescue his dog, which had fallen through the ice when he fell through himself. Bystanders were able to use a canoe to bring the man to shore he was taken to a hospital and treated for hypothermia the dog was able to get out on his own and is now safe. Family and friends of 27 year old Jessica Valdez are remembering the mother of three after she was killed in a fatal car crash with a forklift in north Seattle earlier this week. Paul Rivera spoke with her sister. She didn't deserve this. I mean, none of the people who were involved deserved what happened to them, just so randomly. That day, but it just seems like such a preventable incident that it just, you know, consequences need to be handed out. Jessica was described by those who know her as a fun, happy person who joked around. They say she laughed a lot. She had many friends, many family members. The forklift driver faces vehicular homicide and DUI charges. There's a growing effort to ban penalties for jaywalking. Those who support the idea say enforcement unfairly affects majorities and the poor as well as the homeless. Whether or not we pass this bill, people are still going to jail because they live in communities that haven't streets to protect or serve them. The group called transportation choices is one of the main backers of this effort. They hired an independent analyst who found that black jaywalkers were stopped by police four times as much than their share of the population. Is used for something akin to stop and risk and punishes people. Daring to live in communities where we haven't provided adequate and safe infrastructure for them to get around. Yeah, transportation workers and law enforcement officers
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Soggy and gusty finish as the week wears on. In the coming four weather center, I meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. We're seeing rain right now 45° in Seattle. King County has a new top law enforcement officer. I state your name. I Lisa manion, having been duly elected, having been duly elected to the office of prosecuting attorney to the office of prosecuting attorney Lisa Mannion was elected King County prosecutor last fall after the retirement of Dan sadder Berg in her inaugural speech manion says public safety means both responding to crime and helping people recover and restore their lives. A man is under arrest after police say they saw footage of him loading and apparently lifeless body into an SUV. It appeared Sunday afternoon along 35th Avenue Southwest and Seattle where a neighbor passed surveillance video to officers. Police were able to identify the man from the footage and learn the 35 year old had a felony robbery warrant out for his arrest. Once arrested the man told detectors a woman he'd put in the back of his SUV was overdosing on narcotics, so he took her to harborview medical center where she was found alive and receiving treatment. The man charged with vehicular homicide in a deadly hit and run near the west Seattle bridge last summer appeared before a judge today. Muhammad youssef will remain out of custody for now. Hannah Knowles spoke with the family of the man who died. Holding his photo in her hands, Claudia mason faced the person who hit and killed her husband as he was riding his bike home from work. The 20 year old driver will remain out of custody, which is something the family says is hard to comprehend. I have been walking around. In this prison for a 178 days and he's been walking around free. A framed
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on WTOP
"Laurel. 1241 now, jurors have started deliberating in the capitol riot case involving oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes. Roads and forest associates are accused of planning a violent attack aimed at stopping the transfer of presidential power from Republican Donald Trump to Democrat Joe Biden. They're charged with seditious conspiracy, which carries a 20 year prison sentence, but it's also more difficult to prove. Prosecutors are hoping weeks of evidence, including the display of messages, recordings and surveillance video will prove roads and his group were ready to take up arms to overturn Biden's victory. The defendants have tried to downplay their actions. After months of delays, South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham is set to testify before Georgia grand jury today, investigating possible illegal interference in the 2020 election by then president Trump and his allies. Graham was supposed to appear before the grand jury last week, but his testimony got rescheduled to today. The Fulton county district attorney wants to question the senator about two phone calls he made to Georgia Secretary of State Brad raffensperger and his staff following the election during those calls, Graham asked about reexamining certain absentee ballots to explore the possibility of a more favorable outcome for former president Trump. Maryland's governor is hoping that the state's future will include fewer impaired driving deaths. Last year, 173 people were killed and over 2800 injured due to impaired driving. At the 19th annual Maryland remembers event, governor Larry Hogan said they passed the repeat drunk driving offenders act to drop those numbers. To increase jail time for those convicted of vehicular homicide while under the influence from three years to 5 years and to increase the maximum jail time for repeat drunk
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on WTOP
"Chantilly right now. It's 29 in Columbia. 38 in friendship heights and with 33° at Penn quarter. And at 6 41, now Maryland's governor is hoped that the future will see fewer impaired driving deaths in the state. Last year, 173 people were killed and over 2800 injured due to impaired driving. At the 19th annual Maryland remembers event governor Larry Hogan said they passed the repeat drunk driving offenders act to drop those numbers. To increase jail time for those convicted of vehicular homicide while under the influence from three years to 5 years and to increase the maximum jail time for repeat drunk and drug drivers with prior convictions from 5 years to ten years. But the holidays bring a spike in impaired driving. So the state is offering Lyft rideshare credits between Thanksgiving and new year's to help those who've had too much get home safely. Michelle Morello, WTO news. Who killed 17 year old rosa Diaz Santos. That's what prince George's county police are trying to figure out after her remains were found and Tacoma park last week. The skeletal remains of missing 17 year old rosa Diaz Santos were founded Tacoma park last Tuesday nearly two months after her family last saw her leaving for school. Prince George's county police say they were found in the Woods near drexel street at 16th avenue and her death has been ruled a homicide. Greenbelt police say she was reported missing after leaving Franklin park and was on the way to Eleanor Roosevelt high school on the morning of September 22nd. Anyone with information about her death is asked to call the prince George's county police department's homicide unit sets similar WTO P news. Well, before he leaves office, Maryland attorney general Brian frosh is wiping out decades of racially discriminatory opinions written by his predecessors, frash formally overruled opinions by previous attorneys general based on state laws that were later found to be unconstitutional. Those rulings dating back to 1916 helped Maryland agencies uphold segregation and discriminate against people of color. Coming up on WTO more deaths reported in the earthquake in Indonesia.
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North Dakota Liberal Kills Teen Republican, Remorse Only for Self
"We got this guy saying killing comfort So in North Dakota man who ran down a Republican teen says he doesn't want his own life and jobs to be jeopardized Shannon Brant made a remarks known a court hearing to face charges he lets hit and run death for political argument I got into argument with a young man He's a lot older by the way He's 41 The guy got an argument with is an 18 year old kid I got one 20 Like I said I've had four So he's been accused of killing the teenager with his car following a political said he didn't understand the charges against him doing recent quarter parents So let me get this straight You run all the guy killing me You don't understand the charges I mean really I kill somebody I understand what I did wrong A killer Republican that's what the Democrats said to do the maga people get rid of them And it was a political argument So here's what he said It's a vehicular homicide You ready Here's his quote I have a job A life and a house And things that I don't exactly want to see go by the way Family that are very important to me He too led to a judge after he wiped out a dude that was 18 years old At least he lived for 41 years This guy don't see anything wrong with what he did
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"Interested. Robert kinsel, former chief business officer of YouTube. We mentioned he left YouTube. He's going to Warner music. Going to run Warner music. Clear view used by police to find criminals now in public defender's hands. Oh, boy. After Florida man accused of vehicular homicide, his lawyer used their facially recognition software to prove his innocence. So there was a guy who was in the past where that guy was in the passenger seat in the car, the driver and a bad crash was thrown out. A good Samaritan pulled him out. The door, the passenger door was jammed, so pulled him out through the driver's door, and then the cop said you were the driver. Here in homicide. The cops didn't get the name of the good Samaritan even though they interviewed him. They didn't get the name, and they said, you're it. You're going to jail. And so the lawyers said they had images from the police video of the good Samaritan. And they needed to use clear view match face and find the real person. And they called the clear view CEO and sort of, okay, we'll try this because it's been the only useful police. And in this case, they found the person and this person said yes, absolutely. I pulled them out from the passenger side. He was not the driver of the car. And the guy is not going to jail as a result. Now, what's wrong in this story is the prosecution and the police were all messed up. They shouldn't have gone after this guy in this way and they should have done their job and gotten the documentation and all of that. And nonetheless, it was technology that's decried and properly so for use by police only. If it's also in the hands of defense, then shouldn't it be in both hands at least. That's the story. So it's technology is a tool in the police are lazy. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, I don't want to do that story. Let's see. Appreciate it. Too late. I try. No, we did.
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on KOMO
"Board of education is extending that waiver of graduation requirements John lobert ini explains The waivers being extended for students impacted by the pandemic Braver should have done throughout any class that has been affected by the pandemic Than to Drake is director of careers and college readiness The most common subject area that was made was at least social studies in many ways Some students did receive a waiver in that The state board of education is extending the emergency graduation program to the classes of 2023 and 24 I'm a student graduated about 70,000 each year This year and next students can waive two course credits but that's being reduced to one credit for the class of 2024 board chair Bill kalapa We're not entirely done with COVID It's still going to have some impacts as we try to adjust to what that even looks like This doesn't impact private schools John libertini northwest news radio Another outbreak of bird flu this time in pierce county the Department of Agriculture says they're already working to quarantine the flock but everyone across the state should be cautious We know it says waterfowl flyby they're dropping fecal contamination and you have to think that every dropping that hits the ground likely has highly pathogenic avian influenza in it That is state veterinarian doctor amber idol who says if you find a dead bird go to the department of fish and wildlife's website to report it so far no human cases have been linked to this outbreak And auburn police officer accused of killing a man in inner bay in a crash last month goes before a judge Molly Shen reports 33 year old Michael Smith has entered not guilty pleas Poor papers say Smith had two drinks at a Mariners game on April 24th Hours later Smith hit a cab along Alaskan way and tried to fight with the driver He took off without giving any information Minutes later officers say smith's car hit and killed 65 year old Clifford Jones who was on the sidewalk Smith is now charged with DUI vehicular homicide and hit and run Smith remains free on $200,000 bond and also remains on administrative leave with the auburn police department his trial is scheduled for July Northwest news time is 7 ten It's time to head over to the Beacon plumbing sports desk right now Seattle storm and the Phoenix mercury are getting underway That game is just starting Bill Schwartz explains how a Philly grand salami bit the Mariners Philadelphia the city with cheesesteak sandwiches but here in Seattle a T mobile park a large baseball food item was the undoing of Seattle starter Logan Gilbert swung on belted Down the left field line hooking at the pole It is gone It's a Grand Slam for Reese Hoskins There's the call on WIP radio Philadelphia Logan Gilbert fanned 9 batters which says the walks cost him dearly in the fourth Oh the walks mostly Two walks there Falling behind guys were pretty much the whole game I was getting ahead But even then I think I got the two strikes on a couple.
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on KOMO
"Security Director of enforcement and education Chandra Brady says they'll hire an experienced security firm to assess physical security at shops and make recommendations She says they'll start with the areas being hit hardest Those have been identified as king Simon pierce And then we're going to open that up to the I 5 corridor and then we'll open it up to statewide Brady says the assessments will be available across the state the whole time but they just want to make sure the key areas get priority if they're flooded with requests that service will come at no charge to the dispensaries also partner with the Washington state crime prevention association for best practices training for licensees and employees The off duty auburn officer accused of hitting and killing a man at Seattle's inter bay neighborhood is now officially facing charges Prosecutors say Michael Smith faces vehicular homicide reckless driving and hit and run charges We'll just say Smith was speeding when he lost control of his vehicle hitting and killing a 65 year old man You do back in court may 11th Boeing says it will pause production of the Everett built triple 7 X and delay the plane's first delivery until 2025 Corwin haig has more The announcement comes as Boeing reports a first fiscal quarter loss of $1.2 billion chief financial officer Brian west blames the latest delay in the wide body triple 7 X on the FAA's likely timeline for approval Based on an updated assessment of the time required to meet certification requirements We now anticipate delivery of the first 777 9 airplane in 2025 Boeing previously had expected triple 7 X certification by the end of next year instead We're adjusting our 777 9 production rate including a temporary pause due 2023 West admits the delay forces Boeing to assume $1.5 billion in what are called abnormal costs previous delays have cost the program billions more Corwin hake northwest news radio Crystal mountain says they've extended their ski and ride season through the month of May after receiving over 5 feet of snow in April the mountain will be open for skiing snowboarding and gondola rides.
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on WTOP
"Wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of substantial and high risk community transmission and take a test before you gather Lines are long for those trying to get tested like here in Boston Well it's a lot of people but it's worth it to be honestly safe So I don't mind the weight at all Hopefully we don't have to do it again next year But will we also be partying like it's 2020 New York governor Kathy hoku on the Times Square ball drop I'm gonna encourage everybody to be smart on New Year's Eve and this is a local decision Of course but this is an outdoor event I suspect it will be very bundled up They'll want to keep a mask on to stay warm anyhow People have gloves on there won't be a lot of human contact So I'll work with the mayor and he can talk to our state health department He also had the county health department to make those decisions The FDA is authorized the first pill that people can take at home to treat COVID Top government experts call the Pfizer pill pax lovid very promising but doctor Anthony Fauci notes it's hard to make The very good news is that we have a product now that has about a 90% efficacy in preventing hospitalization but the sobering news is unfortunately it is really a quite complicated and complex synthetic process The pill can take 6 to 8 months to produce The White House has more than a quarter million doses should be ready by next month 10 million doses are expected by late summer Stephen portnoy CBS News Washington Millions of signed a petition to reduce the sentence of a Colorado trucker behind a deadly crash Well hell aguilera Maduro was sentenced last week to 110 years in prison after being found guilty of vehicular homicide It stems from a 2019 accident where he lost control of his truck Four people were killed at his sentencing aguilera Maduro's pleaded with the court Begging for forgiveness Today in Colorado protesters gathered That's why 5 million people have lend their voices no more injustice Some are asking the governor to reduce the sentence Steve federman CBS News A jury's now off until next week in the case of Ghislaine Maxwell they have not been able to reach a verdict legal analyst then rosenbaum The jury in the Maxwell case was told by the defense that his client's name never really came up among these witnesses the four female victims until after Jeffrey Epstein committed.
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"This afternoon mix of clouds and sun mild afternoon highs upper 70 61 today mix the clouds and sun and mild Saturday Sunday upper 70s With updates around the clock and South Florida severe weather station on the weather channels can boon on each video 6 ten WOD Nancy Pelosi is not about to become a Floridian A Palm Beach is real estate agent has foreclosed on viral rumors that the speaker of the U.S. House or her investor's spouse were planning to acquire a $25 million beachfront mansion on Jupiter island The agent represents the buyer of the property and tells the Palm Beach post the unnamed individual is the person who already lives in the area Despite the denial rumors about the sale continue to fly on social media I'm Gordon Byrd The sunshine state sees a drop in the number of COVID-19 cases as of yesterday the state had 1393 coronavirus cases This was a 2% decrease over the last two weeks A so away is found in the landing gear of a Miami flight traveling from Guatemala The man whose identity has not been released survived the two and a half hour trip unharmed Miami date fire rescue transported him to a hospital and investigation is still ongoing A hillsborough neurosurgeon has been charged with vehicular homicide after hitting a bicyclist Police say doctor Philippe was driving three times over the speed limit in the opposite lane when he hit the victim who died instantly Henkin was booked into a hillsborough county jail and released on a $7500 bond As shoppers head to the store this weekend to get gifts one local group is heading to hospitals to give away free teddy bears The temple rough riders have returned to take part in their annual tradition rough rider Greg ackley says a pandemic stopped them last year but their main goal now is to put a smile on people's faces We're going to place the flag senior center A lot of people are in these singers centers stuck without a lot of visitors comfort While we're allowed to go back into quite a few of them so that's where we've been focusing a lot of our time.
George Soros Pumps Millions to D.A. Offices Across the Country
"Here Do you think George Soros is stupid Of course he's not You may think he's wrong and maybe even evil I tend to think so But he's not stupid The man is not stupid So why in the hell is he pumping literally millions of dollars into district attorney's offices All around this country From the D.C. area to Philadelphia to Milwaukee as we're mentioning here where this guy who just murdered 6 people in my opinion had injured 40 more what appears to be a terror attack from my mind this vehicular homicide massacre at this Christmas parade he was out on bail for only a $1000 with a criminal record As long as Mark Levin's arms and he has very long arms And he was at a $1000 bill for literally trying to run somebody over but that's by design See this is all part of the destruction of the basic norms of our society And when all of this crime happens people start screaming well it's because our system is broken Is the response No they're breaking the system It's not broken They're breaking it And then we're like wow how this get broken Well we got to come up with a new way and then they come up with their way It's formed around
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"vehicular homicide" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The driver picked up her cell phone today now faces a felony vehicular homicide charge car radios, Heather Bosch explains. The Washington State Patrol says a 78 year old man was changing a tire on I five into coma. When this happened, driver Dad approached him was distracted by looking at her cell phone and she struck him. Unfortunately, fatally injured him two per Robert Dreier says the driver's been booked on suspicion of vehicular homicide. A felony riots is despite tougher laws more than 122 people died in Washington state last year because of distracted driving. That's 10 people a month, she admits using city resource is to promote her tax Amazon proposals Now City Council member Shama Sarwan's Has agreed to pay the penalty radios in the Scott reports Thesixties Ethics and Elections Committee will vote tonight's on the Sawant settlement settlement requires someone pay over $3500 double the amount of city money her office spent promoting her tax. Amazon ballot initiative, which salon had promised at the City Council didn't pass one on its own, which it did. Want also Ding for violating city elections and ethics code by using our city office to create posters supporting that initiative and promoting it on her official city website, So once legal team had argued it was not a violation, since all that happened prior to the actual filing of the initiative, But that defense was quest when the state Supreme Court Allowed the recall against her to go forward on those same grounds. Hospitalization rates for covert or down statewide, but health officials still have concerns about intensive care unit numbers. Dr. John Lynch is an infectious disease specialist with you W medicine, which has about a dozen people with Cove it in the ICU now getting patients for across the state who are required ICU level care for their covert 19 infections, which is keeping our ICU number's fairly high as a reflection of what's going around the state still in, says he's hopeful the state is at the end of the beginning of that fourth wave as new cases flat, so and vaccination rates rise. I will. Radio weather We will see a high Today of 65. Partly.
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Federal judge killed by hit-and-run driver in Florida
"A federal judge from Long Island is killed by a hit and run driver in Florida, and the suspect later identifies herself to police as Harry Potter. David Folk. Thomas reports News Day reports 75 year old Sandra Feuerstein dying after being struck by vehicle that jumped the curb. A six year old boy was also hit and seriously injured. WPTV reports 23 year old Nest Azia snap was arrested in nearby Delray Beach after crashing her car. She was reportedly acting erratically when taking into custody and unspecified drugs were found in the car snap is facing a charge of vehicular homicide for your steam sat on. The bench in central I slip for the eastern District of New
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"vehicular homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"There are no accidents to report right now. If you see something, call us and 4 to 1 news. Got ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw, Sonny and 34 this afternoon snow Tonight alot of 17 looks like less and a half inch should accumulate tomorrow will be partly cloudy with a high near 24. Radars clearer 22 right now that driver who police say killed a woman on Christmas Eve on Glen Way Avenue after losing control of her minivan is now charged. Police say 39 year old Sherry Smith was driving drunk, blowing double the legal limit for alcohol when she went left of center. And hit a car. We're Gayle Duncan was a passenger. Duncan died after being taken off life support later that day at the hospital. Smith now facing four felony counts, including aggravated vehicular homicide. She's due back in court. February 18th. One man is dead in a Warren County house Fire. The home in Mainville in the 8500 block of Davis Road went up in flames. About nine o'clock last night. One person was trapped inside a crusade. There were signs of hoarding and that nearly every room was about 70% full made it harder to fight. No word on the cause. Kroger wants all of its employees to take the vaccine. They're offering a $100 bonus for doing so. Workers just need to take proof of their vaccination records to their human resource is Department and an update update on the across town tip off Challenge where customers were leaving enormous tips at restaurants and kind of an unplanned competition to see which university has the biggest fans here in Cincinnati. You see your savior well so far with Friday's $2151 tip at MEOWS, Pizzeria 2000 and AARP, Murphy's and then a 25 $100 tip at Kirby's Tavern in Loveland. The total is now $26,500 donated for restaurant employees. And the UC bear Cats are in the lead. I Sandy Collins, our next update at 10 on NewsRadio 700 wlw I started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I need help. Until, like the day that I got arrested. I have been able to accomplish a lot in my recovery. I just want to be happy and I want to thrive in my life. If you or someone you know, a struggling there is hope Recovery is possible, Visit CDC dot dot slash Rx Awareness.
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The ramp to the East, about a 26 continuation to North Miami Beach. Westbound on the 1 12 at Okeechobee. Broken down vehicle blocking the middle lane three. No brands. His radio 6 10 w y o d 74 degrees in Parkland down to 72 in Miami shores. It is 701 Democratic Congressman Charlie Crist of ST Petersburg may take on Republican Ron DeSanctis for the governor's mansion in 2022. I am considering I run for governor again. Listening to people, you know, like my parents. My dad's a doctorate practice 55 years is the family doctor in ST Pete used to always tell me and my three sisters God gave you two years and one mouth. Listen twice as much as you thought Chris telling him as NBC, the country's at a pivotal moment, similar to the time he served as governor during the great recession, and now he's willing to fight for the state. Once again, it would be Chris third run for the governor's mansion. He won in 2006 but lost to Rick Scott in 2014 latest numbers from the Florida Department of Health 11,543 new infections confirmed today. Well this 147 cases of the new U K strain 210 Recent resident deaths also included in today's numbers, covert 19 vaccinations and their impact on Miami Dade's curfew going under the microscope. Today's mayor wants to help seniors get there first and then Second Cove in 19 shots, launching the county's vaccination, pre registration program commissioner Richelle regulators already noticed problems When you go to the peach, the peach can be You know, read in English and Spanish and in Creole, But when you go to the application where you put in your information, it's only in English. The mayor says officials are working on fixing that. Looking ahead to spring break. She's asking the county's chief public safety and medical officers to review for 30 Days, Medical Dad on positivity rates and health protocols and make recommendations about the midnight curfew in March. Aircraft. Biggest news radio 6 10 W. Y O D, a convicted vehicular homicide fugitive is back in Miami Dade County after being out of the country on the run for more than 20 years. Christopher Harvey was charged back in 1999 for leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. Three women died in that crash, leaving behind for Children between them. Harvey pled no contest and was to report to prison to serve a 12 year sentence. After a court granted Grace period. Instead, he fled the country. He's back in Miami Dade after Jamaican authorities took him into custody in 2019. The two FBI agents shot and killed during a standoff in sunrise this week. We're being honored this weekend. Private memorial Services are being held at hard Rock stadium Saturday for 43 year old special agent Laura Schwarzenberger and Sunday for.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And killing a man in Lincoln Heights for their vehicle back in April. Hamilton County Sheriff's Office said today. 35 year old scene of Jackson allegedly killed 41 year old Kerman heard April 10th at the intersection of and Buren and Douglas. Investigators say Jackson Intentionally struck her as he was walking on the sidewalk. She then reportedly drove several 100 ft with him on the hood of her car before stopping abruptly and sending him onto the pavement where he struck his head and died. Hamilton County Sheriff's Office said Heard and Jackson were acquaintances and it argued before his death. Jackson was arrested this afternoon and has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide. Ohio Friday. Seenu Coronavirus cases dip below 5000 For the third time this week, there were 4278 to be exact. Along with 81 new desk along with 20 said more than 2700 new cases being reported in Kentucky Friday, along with 36 new deaths. Grand jurors who were involved in the Briana Taylor case have filed a petition to impeach Kentucky's attorney general. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. They accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more Cameron's office. Presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's death. I'm here, Lee Hanson. He was alleged in so many ways is baseball's Hank Aaron passed away a kid from Alabama, he had to make his own baseball bats from tree limbs. Aaron would grow up to shatter Babe Ruth's home run record and nearly paid for it with his life. Hank Aaron overcame a whole lot more than a baseball record. He was heckled by racist white fans and players. People were promising to kidnap his Children and the death threats came pouring in the mail. Mr Aaron was unshakable, living up to the great responsibility he felt for how he represented Black Americans. He became a successful businessman gave millions to schools and charities and just weeks ago was part of an effort encouraging black Americans to get vaccinated for the coronavirus. In his later years, he would often say that he wanted to be remembered most for the lives. He helped change. ABC Stevo Son Saami in Atlanta. Erin was 86 years old. His family says he passed away peacefully. In his sleep. Aren't accepted his I d 11 30. I'm Sean Gallagher News radio 700 wlw. If.
"vehicular homicide" Discussed on KOMO
"Be too critical workers 50 and older like teachers, agriculture and grocery store workers. In March be three high risk people with pre existing conditions and in April before those essential workers under 50 years old new Secretary of Health Doctor Umair Shah defended their rollout plan. Despite delays. We're doing everything we can to work with our partners and our communities so we can get vaccines not just into the state, but into the arms of people as quickly as possible. The state, says the release a new app that will help Tell you when you get your turn to get vaccinated on January 18th Patrick Quinn come on. It's important finding in the effort to stop the spread of covert 19 University of Washington, researchers say they found evidence of the herd immunity in the blood of people. You've had mild cases of the virus. Dr Lauren Rod Oh says they tested 15 people who were sick three months after they recover suggests that they likely have some natural protection. What we don't know yet whether the vaccine might elevate that more on D, So I think if people are able, they should still get the vaccine as though their study was small. Their findings are backed up by other similar studies. The results were published in the journal Cell. When they returned to Olympia next week. Democratic State lawmakers have a slate of police duty and accountability bills ready for introduction, the first sponsored by the Senate by Monk, A. Dhingra would Require officers to set in or report fellow officers who engage in excessive force. Dhingra says the firmly believe the majority of officers hold themselves to a high ethical standards. This is a bill that mandates that a criminal justice training academy teaches a course on peer intervention. You know how the law enforcement officers safely intervene when they see some wrong doing. The other bills would create a statewide standard for so called Brady lists with officers whose testimony has been questioned for its credibility. Process for a state auditor review of deadly force investigations for greater transparency. Advocates of racial equality and climate protection's air. Working on legislation in Olympia for environmental justice. Com O Seu Romero has more on the hell active 2021 will stands for healthy environment for all Democratic representative Deborah Laken off is the only Native American female lawmaker in Olympia and says the goal of her bill is not only to include marginalized communities, but to make them the focus in environmental policy. For our most vulnerable communities. We find that we Are the ones who are living in the most polluted areas. The bill seeks to create an environmental Justice Council that would answer to the governor and work with agencies to ensure equal participation and inclusion. Sue Romero come on. News going will pay more than $2.5 billion to settle a criminal charge with the Department of Justice. The DOJ says the charge was for A conspiracy to defraud the United States. This has to do with two test pilots, who did not immediately reveal issues they discovered with a flight stabilization system known as en cast. The plane was first big certified by the FAA and his coma, reported in October of 2019. The company had known of text messages between the pilots for months before turning the messages over to federal investigators. Go on to say the settlement hopefully provides some measure of compensation to the crash victims, families and beneficiaries. An 18 year old driver's charged with vehicular homicide in the death of a 23 year old student who was struck on the modeling bridge on New Year's Day. Comas. Eric Giants reports the King County prosecutor's office is Kyle Dickinson was also charged with felony hit and run and driving without a valid driver's license. He was released from the county jail after posting $100,000 bond. And is scheduled to be arraigned on January. 14th. Prosecutors say Dickinson was driving his parent's car around 1 A.m. on January 1st when he hit you Dub student Jared West, who had just left a nearby party and was in the street. Our kinds. Come on news from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk tonight. Stanford Cardinal beat.
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"Sue Romero come on, use bowling will pay more than $2.5 billion to settle a criminal charge with the Department of Justice. The DOJ says the charge was for a conspiracy to defraud the United States. This has to do with two test pilots. Did not immediately reveal issues they discovered with the flight stabilization system, known as M cast when the plane was first being certified by the FAA, As Komal reported in October of 2019, the company had known of text messages between the pilots for months before turning the messages over to federal investigators that go on to say the settlement hopefully provides Some measure of compensation to the crash. Victimsfamilies and beneficiaries. An 18 year old driver is charged with vehicular homicide. The death of a 23 year old student. Was struck on the model like Bridge on New Year's Day comas, Eric Hi, It's reports. The King County prosecutor's office is Kyle Dickinson was also charged with felony hit and run and driving without a valid driver's license. He was released from the county jail after posting $100,000 bond and is scheduled to be arraigned on January. 14th. Prosecutors say Dickinson was driving his parent's car around 1 A.m. on January 1st when he hit you Dub student Jared West, who had just left a nearby party and was in the street. Eric Giants Come on news Coma news Time 8 40 from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk tonight. Stanford beat the Huskies 91 to 75. Gonzaga beats BYU 86 to 69 in the second half right now. Washington State Cougars lead Cal State Golden Bears. 54 to 44. Let's check out now what Bill Swartz says today the Seahawks will miss the Saturdays NFC playoff game. Not when coronavirus restrictions that prohibit fans from attending Saturday's NFC Wild card it Blumenfield. But these air two football teams more than familiar with one another safety Jamal, Adam says will come down to execution. And who wants it more between the Hawks in the Rams, just like we know them. They know us, right? And that's what makes this You know this match up very special. It's gonna be a lot of trash talking. Um, a lot of hard hidden Seattle listing corner should kill Griffin and tackle Jarron read as questionable other than a small number of family and friends. No Steeler fans allowed at Heinz Field to watch Pittsburgh play The Cleveland Browns High school football practice can now start February 1st under a new policy adopted by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. I hope that games could begin in mid February at a huge trade involving the Mets and Cleveland Indians today. Six players involved with Cleveland acquiring shortstop Francisco Lynn Door and pitcher Carlos Carrasco. Sports updates a 10 and 40 After the hour bill's words come on, is What you doing? Trying on glasses was sent his three d virtual triumph. Wow, That's pretty cool. But those glasses kind of make you look like your uncle Bob. Oh, not exactly the look I was going for Okay. How about these clear glasses? Oh, or these round ones? Very on trend. I like both on you. You know, I also like these aviator sunglasses. Wait, Are those the actual prices? I say, Get all of them. Seriously? Why not? Right?.
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Edmonds, NW of Seattle, eases penalties for driving with a suspended license
"License license in in Edmund's Edmund's may may no no longer longer face face jail jail time. time. Here's Here's Como's Como's Frank Frank Lindsay. Lindsay. For For those those whose whose only only offenses offenses driving driving with with a a suspended suspended license. license. The The penalty penalty will will now now be be a a $250 $250 ticket instead of time behind bars, according to the Everett Herald. Introduce, really, said Mons Mayor Mike Nelson says quote criminalizing the standalone offensive driving while license suspended in the third degree can lead an individual down a spiral of debt, inability to drive loss of job and worse. That downward spiral his particularly hard among lower income, individuals and people of color and quote. This new rule, however, does not apply to drivers who've been convicted of things like dy hit and run vehicular assault, vehicular homicide or attempting to elude. It also does not apply if you have 10 or more driving, while license suspended defenses on your record. Frank Lindsay
Out of sight, but not out of mind, the tale of Nikole Betterson
"Labor Day weekend of 1977 Jared Peterson his girlfriend Susan klingel and the couple's two-year-old daughter. Nicole was in a car driven by Jarrett. He lost control of the vehicle which caused it to roll several times ejecting Susan. She died at the scene Jared Allen Cole sustained minor injuries while police were conducting their investigation into the accident. Marijuana was found in the vehicle. This was a more serious offense 43 years ago and the police wanted to charge him with vehicular homicide. Whether it was sloppy police work or something else. Jarrett was never charged. A few months later Jarod met a woman named Barbara Sadler and the two wanted to start a life together out west. Some say the couple mentioned moving to California. Others have said Nevada Barbara made a promise to Susan's parents who had taken a coal into their home and cared for her up until this time to take care of Nicole and be a good mother to her. And with Nicole and tow a couple left, Michigan in December of 1977. The Klingons cried as they waved. Goodbye to the granddaughter they loved and thought about the daughter. They had lost just months earlier. Jared in the Klingons had always been at odds with each other. He felt they had rejected him because he was black and had lured Susan into drug use, but for twenty long years the klingel's held on to the hope that they would once again seen a call. They had reminders of her brief time with them photographs of her smiling and a little red and white dress wearing a bonnet another one with her holding a toy bunny off while her father Jarrett reaches in to give her a kiss. In nineteen ninety seven, the klingel's felt it was time to hire a private investigator to try and locate Nicole as she would be old enough to make the decision to see them or Not Dead. Sadly, they would never see their beloved granddaughter again. It didn't take long for Jarrett and Barbara to be located. They were living in Las Vegas in a run-down part of town barely scraping by the two had gotten married in June suing years and both suffered from poor health. Jarrett was using a motorized wheelchair due to a back injury. He had suffered in a car accident. It seems that Karma hit this couple particularly hard. Peggy busy a private investigator hired by the klingel's dug deeper into the better since comings and goings and when it came to Nicole Patterson, there was not a trace of birth ever living with them in Las Vegas one detail did come to light Jared and Barbara collected in cash Nicole Social Security survivor benefits checks until she calls 18th birthday. Armed with the information. She had obtained Peggy bezzi turned it over to detective roskin of the Las Vegas Police Department. Missing person cases was not an area. He was very enthused about a lot of dead ends and disappointments, especially when it involves a case that was twenty plus years old off after reading through the material. However, he became intrigued and decided to look further into the case. He scanned through Court archives and police School adoption and driver's license records. He came up with nothing regarding little Nicole just like Peggy busy. Figuring he had nothing to lose. He came up with a plan to visit the better sons and pretend like he knew what had happened to Nicole. He would even offer Jarrett a deal of leniency if he divulged all of the details regarding Nicole. So in early November of nineteen ninety seven, he paid the better scenes a visit Jared answered the door while sitting in his motorized wheelchair and agreed to speak with Detective.
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Seattle driver charged with vehicular homicide after striking I-5 protesters
"A 27 year old man this afternoon, was charged with vehicular homicide and assault for allegedly crashing his car into protesters on I five in Seattle over the weekend. The family of the protester killed summer Taylor is speaking out. Cairo radios Aaron Bonilla, reports. Taylor's mother says her child's fight for equality will live on even in death. We want summers passion as an ally. To continue lifting up black lives in Seattle. And all over our country. She spoke with Cairo seven TV and fought back tears, remembering Taylor a burst of creativity. Wit and charm. With a heart full of empathy. A driver struck Taylor early Saturday along a close section of I five in Seattle, as the 24 year old took part in a black lives matter. Protests 32 year old Diaz Love was also hit. Love remains at Harborview and is improving.
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AP Exclusive: ICE subpoenas sanctuary city law enforcement
"Ice is looking for several foreign nationals wanted for deportation and alleging Denver officials have not been cooperating so the immigration agency issued administrative subpoenas but could take the matter to a federal judge Denver officials say they have provided information on three of the four men sought adding that Denver does not comply with subpoenas unless their court ordered or part of a criminal investigation the men were arrested for serious crimes like sexual assault vehicular homicide child abuse and domestic violence like many other sanctuary cities Denver won't hold the inmates past their release date to allow ice to pick them up I'm Jackie Quinn
Truck driver charged with vehicular homicide after fatal crash on I-270
"Charges will soon be coming after an early morning deadly crash in nineteen seventy that killed one man a piece of heavy farm equipment detached from a semi truck and struck a bridge over pass between I seventy and Hamilton road two cars then hit that equipment killing thirty eight year old Muhammad Mar Brocka of Blacklick Hannah police now say the driver of the semi Cody D. weather's will be charged with aggravated vehicular homicide as they say he was operating the truck outside the provisions of dot special hauling permit dance engineers meanwhile say the structural integrity of the bridge was not
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2 killed, suspect arrested after car plows into New Orleans crowd
"In Louisiana police arresting man after he allegedly drove his vehicle into a crowd of bicyclists in New Orleans last night killing two of them. Thirty two year old Sean t Tony facing charges of vehicular homicide. Other counts as well related to the incident. They say it wasn't a case of terrorism. They believe that Tony was impaired.
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World Leaders Want to End Alzheimer's by 2025. A New Drug Breakthrough Means We Just Might
"News time six forty. Seven and seventy five. Degrees in Boston it's. Cloudy right now we've had rain overnight we could see showers off and on throughout the morning later on a chance for thunderstorms highs. Today around. Eighty-three degrees and still humid. Good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now over sixty three hundred Massachusetts. Customers are without power at this hour now as. Powerful storms roll through the area overnight Austin saw serious damage including roof that was ripped off by wind fire in Dorchester overnight leaves nine people displaced and a firefighter taken, to the hospital with. Non-life threatening injuries no word on caused but there is a million. Dollars worth of damage and Monsalve House Republican criticism of the Justice department has led to articles of. Impeachment being drawn. Up against deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the eleven GOP members claim Rosenstein failed to provide information to committees and the Russian meddling scandal In other news a new drug is bringing hope for their treatment of Alzheimer's disease CBS Alison keys has more the drug not only reduced the amount of, plaque on the brains of Alzheimer's patients. But it also slowed. The progression of dementia. By thirty percents experts warned that more extensive trials of the drug known as b. a. n. two for a one will be needed. But this, could be the first medication. To successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's the. Study showed one hundred sixty one patients taking the. Highest dose of the drug had a significant response Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia and current drugs only symptoms a greenfield police sergeant pleads not guilty to vehicular, homicide Sergeant James road. Is charged in connection with a fatal on-duty crash with another car. In October prosecutors say road was driving eighty three and a thirty mile per hour zone while responding. To a call when he struck a car driven by James r Salona the hint style New Hampshire man died At the hospital several days later his passenger and road, suffered serious injuries police are searching for the person who shot at a driver and grove land when the woman called police last week she reported cuts and bruises from the glass. That shattered while she was driving through town police searched her car and found nothing to explain the broken. Window until yesterday when a bullet was found on the driver's side of the vehicle anyone with information is. Asked to call grove land police it was Christmas in July for some, kids at Shriners hospital in Boston WBZ TV's Paula ebben has. More on the surprise.
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When Cyclone Mekunu hits land its expected to have the force of a category 2 hurricane; 17 missing so far and expected to rise
"In humans but the results suggest the capsule could eventually be used in people to find signs of ulcers inflammatory bowel disease or even colon cancer texas instruments and the national science foundation helped pay for the research researchers are now seeking patents for the capsule the bus driver in last week's fatal school bus crash in new jersey has been charged ap correspondent warren levinson reports a criminal complaint accuses the school bus driver seventysevenyearold hootie multo of vehicular homicide and affadavit charges mold wrote drove the bus taking fifth graders on a field trip across three lanes of interstate highway traffic in an apparent attempt to reach a turnaround marked official use only the bus was hit by a dump truck that collision severed the bus body from its undercarriage and injured everyone in both vehicles fifth grader and a teacher on the bus were killed i'm warren levinson the deadly cyclone mukunu is churning in the arabian sea toward oman ap's john gambro in salons does the area's prepped for the storm's arrival this weekend mukunu has already hit the yemeni island in the arabian sea and now it's on track to hit southern oman i'm right now in kuala which is one of the biggest cities in oman where people are already starting to down their homes and those who are fearful at gone into local schools that have been turned into shelters says reports from yemen have people in oman concern there in the cadre officials say there are seventeen people who are missing after the storm and the local governor of sokoto says they believe those people are dead umbrellas says the numbers of those missing and dead include yemenis indians am sudanese and are expected to rise cycling mukunu hits land is expected to have the force of what would be considered a category two hurricane hi i'm brian mckendrick store manager of your new chantilly as a new.
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CEO pay of $11.7 million was 164 times typical worker's salary last year
"Patrick is set to retire from the sport this weekend but she's already lined up for next gig she'll be hosting the sp's honoring the past years top athletes involvement some sports on july eighteenth she'll be the first woman to host the awards show but she's no stranger to it patrick i attended the sp's in two thousand five and espn says she holds the record for the most consecutive years attending by any athlete at thirteen she'll hang up a racing helmet after competing in her eighth indianapolis five hundred sunday keep an eye out for her she's sitting inside the third row for the race start wage growth has remained stagnant for most workers despite a strengthening job market but is the ben thomas reports those in the executive suite are faring significantly better she lives at the nation's biggest public companies got an eight point five percent raise last year that brings the median pay package for ceos to eleven point seven million dollars and matches the bump ceo's got in two thousand sixteen for the first time the government required companies to show on their annual proxy statements how much more bosses make than the typical employees an analysis of salary stock and other compensation done for the associated press by ecuador finds the typical ceo made one hundred and sixty four times the median pay of their employees i'm ben thomas the bus driver in last week's fatal school bus crash in new jersey has been charged ap correspondent warren levinson reports a criminal complaint accuses the school bus driver seventysevenyearold houdini of vehicular homicide an affidavit charges mulled wrote drove the bus taking fifth graders on a field trip across three lanes of interstate highway traffic in an apparent attempt to reach a turnaround marked official use only the bus was hit by a dump truck that collision severed the bus body from its undercarriage and injured everyone in both vehicles fifth grader and a teacher on the bus were killed i'm warren levinson welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this beer out of the.
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Morgan Freeman says he is 'devastated' after allegations
"Learn more go to wagmans dot com slash until prizewinning children's author richard pack has died pecked out wednesday at his home in new york city at age eighty four his publisher penguin young readers tells the associated press he died after a battle with cancer peck was a native of decatur illinois he was a prolific author who wrote dozens of books often set in his native state and he received the john newbery medal in two thousand one for his book a year down yonder his other books included the best man the mouse with the question mark tail and a season of gifts the bus driver and last week's fatal school bus crash in new jersey has been charged ap correspondent warren levinson reports a criminal complaint accuses the school bus driver seventy seven year old hoodoo multo of vehicular homicide and affadavit charges mold wrote drove the bus taking fifth graders on a field trip across three lanes of interstate highway traffic in an apparent attempt to reach a turnaround marked official use only the bus was hit by a dump truck collision severed the bus body from its undercarriage and injured everyone in both vehicles fifth grader and a teacher on the bus were killed i'm warren levinson a legendary actor is apologizing ap's shelley smith reports he's the latest hollywood star to be accused of sexual harassment scan winning actor morgan freeman has apologized to anyone who may have felt as he put it uncomfortable or disrespected by his behavior this comes after cnn reported multiple women have accused the actor of sexual harassment or inappropriate behavior on movie sets and in other professional settings freeman's publicist sent a statement to the associated press where the actor said anyone who knows me or has worked with me knows i am not someone who would intentionally offend or knowingly make anyone feel uneasy freeman won the two thousand five oscar for best supporting actor for million dollar baby.
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Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run
"Seven seventeen friday night in boston beautiful night eighty six degrees red sox back home against the braves at fenway park no score in the first inning and good evening i'm jeff brown as we head into a holiday weekend here's what's happening in the wbz newsroom a student is now in custody following a shooting at an indiana middle school that wounded a classmate and a teacher police in portland oregon arrested drivers suspected of crashing into three people on a sidewalk then leaving the scene latest details on those stories of the cbs evening news coming up at seven thirty tonight and locally cambridge hires former state supreme court chief justice rodrick ireland to conduct an independent review of the april police arrest of a harvard student in ireland tonight two major exit polls are projecting irish voters have repealed a constitutional ban on abortions the exit polls by rt television and the irish times both project a landslide victory for the yes supporters seeking to liberalize the strict abortion ban in that country if the vote is confirmed ireland's parliament will be tasked with writing new regulations on abortion russian president vladimir putin is making plans to step down from his position in six years putin says he'll respect the russian constitution which bans anyone from serving two consecutive terms as president his remarks do not come as a surprise and do not necessarily mean he will relinquish power in six years according to experts putin has stepped down as president once before it happened in two thousand eight a maryland police officer run over by a teenager and killed in the line of duty has been laid to rest houses lined the route of the funeral procession answered iron a privilege to just be a part of something like this baltimore county police officer amy caprio was killed after responding to a crime one over by jeep for teenagers have been charged in her death at her funeral maryland's governor called her death the result of a heinous crime is sorry for that young girl abc news baltimore county maryland a new jersey school bus driver charged with two counts of vehicular homicide following a crash with a dump truck on a highway last week seventysevenyearold hootie mull dro senior being held in county jail tonight following the deaths of a student and a.