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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Si dot Gove the family of a man shot dead by an off duty. New York City police officer in a road rage incident settles its lawsuit with the city. David Folk. Thomas has the story. The city's Law department has paid out $125,000 to the girlfriend of Del Ron Small, the New York Daily News reports. The suit was filed by Zach Wanna Albert in 2017. Albert and the couple's son and another child were in a car with small. Early on July 4th 2016 in East New York, Brooklyn, when small confronted a driver he believed had cut him off the 37 year old small approach the driver's side window of a car being Riven by off duty police officer Wayne Isaacs, who fired three shots, killing small. Isaacs was later cleared of murder charges at trial last year race car driver bubble Wallace became the face of NASCAR as racial tensions erupted and there were allegations a noose had been left in his garage ahead of Sunday's Daytona 500, Wallace says he's focused on driving. This is my fourth day 2500. I know how to manage the emotions and not let him get too high or too low. Wallace said his team misses all the fans who would normally be at speed weeks in Daytona. Instead covered restrictions are limiting capacity at the track. The 63rd running of the Daytona 500 is set for Sunday. I'm at Madison A team of researchers in Japan claims stem cells are successful way to counter act men's pattern baldness. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. The Arctic freeze gripping the central US is set to intensify, putting further pressure on energy prices already trading at unprecedented levels over the long holiday weekend. Natural gas had a record $600 per million British thermal units in Oklahoma, temperatures fell so far below forecasts in parts of the central and western US that physical gas prices soared from California to the Rockies. Equine reached a new record today, rising above 49,000 for the first time the world's largest crypto currency, reaching about 49,694 earlier in the day before paring gains in New York. It's now up almost 70% so far this year. Rival Crypto currency either hit a record on Saturday. It's up about 150% year. To date, investors will be watching for reports on retail sales and weekly jobless claims in the week ahead. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Karen Moscow A report Wednesday may show retail sales increase for the first time since September. The January figures likely got a boost from a second round of stimulus checks sent to millions of Americans. We also.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WTOP

"11 40. Marine Corps 17.75 K run will have a new location this year. It's traditionally been held in Prince William Forest Park. But this year's live in person event will take place at Marine Corps Base Quantico on Saturday. March. 20th runners also have the option of taking part in a virtual event. Run commemorates the year the Marine Corps was founded. Some people working from home has led to a lot less daily exercise, and that's not a good thing during a pandemic. Physical activity can help stimulate your immune system, which protects us against infectious diseases. Austin Brooks is with the Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Exercise of Virginia Tech, she says. Studies also show it helps vaccines work better don't have gym equipment, no problem. Water bottles, so like an old milk jug filled with water. Is a great D I y wait that you can use a full gallon weighs about £8, since you're not commuting use that time to get a walker run in. If it's too cold for that, walk up and down the stairs in your house at a brisk pace, he says. More important than time and intensity when exercising is consistency, try to do something every day. And so the more often you do that you're going to get into routines like Morello w T o P News. By the administration wants to reunite the 545 migrant Children were separated from their parents by the U. S government at the U. S Mexican border is they tried to enter the U. S beginning in 2017. But on this week's episode of Colors, a dialogue on race in America with Chris Core and JJ Green journalists, Alfredo Corchado of the Dallas Morning News says that may be difficult because same may not want to be reunited. You know, there's more than 500 Children and I No through talking to sources. I think they're really determined to do so. But it is going to be so difficult not just because finding the parents, but sometimes the parents. Will not want to real night. Because the fear that they may end up you know, both of them back in in what the my love. Do that or whatever country you can download colors any time on apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. New York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The city law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. Activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs for not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York sports is next. It's 11 43. Here's Chris Green, the deputy chief operating officer for the student experience and a delivery for federal student aid at the Department of Education on the discussion, improving the digital customer experience in government sponsored by Zendesk. Different customers like to communicate with this in different ways. And so we put a lot of effort into trying to understand how they communicate with us What makes sense and giving them the resource is in the tools to do it at the time and on a device of their choice. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news Network. Government organizations rely on said as to deliver the best possible constituent and employees were experiences. Zendesk helps government organizations provide customer service at any scale. Zendesk easy to use. Secure customer service platform allows.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WTOP

"Hate 41 of Virginia College has forfeited the men's basketball game after suspending players for kneeling during the national anthem Blue Field College in southwest Virginia, forfeited its game Thursday. The players had knelt before games this month, and last month, the school's president, said he had told the players to stop the kneeling because the gesture could be seen as divisive and Condoned by the school. He said students give up some of their First Amendment rights when they set foot on their private campus. New York City has settled a lawsuit over the deadly road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The city law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. Activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs for not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York 545. Children who were separated by the U. S government from their parents when they tried to cross the Mexican border into the U. S, beginning in 2017 still have not been reunited with their parents. Biden administration says it's working on it. But on this week's episode of Colors a dialogue on race in America with JJ Green and Chris Core Guadalupe Korea, Cabrera and assistant professor at George Mason's Shar School of Policy and Government warns that reunification still may not be possible. In all cases, it's probably going to be difficult that probably will not see all the Children on all the parents United again, but but I am hopeful that That this is going to know this is going to improve, and many Wolf will find out that their parents probably not 100%, but this is a It's a very important message as well that if this is this is possible that if there is a will, there is a way you can download this episode and new episodes of colors. Any time on apple podcasts, podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. It's 8 43. T Mobile is now the leader in five G coverage and speed. So to celebrate. We're bringing out our best deal right now, with the iPhone 12 on us on each and every.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WTOP

"Saying he wants to honor the nation's first African America. And president. But Maryland matters notes. There's some apprehension about bestowing that honor on a highway that's so well known for the number of deadly accidents that have happened on it. Proponents of the idea say the highway needs a rebranding. The Prince George's County Council is expected to discuss the idea at its meeting on Tuesday. A sheriff's deputy who was shot last month, is now checked out of the hospital, and he got a big salute on his way home. Loudon County Sheriff Mike Chapman says hundreds turned out to offer well wishes to deputy first class Cameron Gentry on his road to recovery, so much community support and I think that really is a reflection on the way people feel about 70 Gentry and other members of my Cabinet Sheriff's Office deputy Gentry was shot multiple times. Well, taking a man into custody at the Wal Mart at Dulles Crossing Plaza. January 2nd two loss prevention officers were also shocked. Ah, go Fund me page for wounded Deputy Gentry has set a goal of $125,000. Dick Uliano w T o P. NEWS New York City has settled a lawsuit over the deadly road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The city law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by Officer Wayne Isaacs. And told police. Her boyfriend thought Isaacs have cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. Activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs for not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York A man is under arrest after being accused of abducting a 12 year old girl. An amber alert was issued over the kidnapping Friday in southern Virginia. Every county sheriff's office says The victim Alley Broadway, had been abducted about 1 p.m. Friday and had been in in extreme danger but is now safe. The accused kidnapper 21 year old Caleb Merit is now in custody. It's 6 43 grand scarves..

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on KDOW

"President Trump in his Senate trial, easily the largest number of lawmakers to ever vote to find a president of their own party guilty at impeachment proceedings while lawmakers wanted 57 43 to 5, Mr Trump guilty, the evenly divided Senate fell short of the two thirds majority required to convincing impeach president by joining all 50 Democrats who voted against Mr Trump. The seven GOP senators created a clear majority against him. Bernie Bennett in Washington. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says thousands of people seeking asylum in the U. S. Will be allowed in while their cases go through immigration courts. The Department of Homeland Security will take steps to begin processing individuals who under the previous administration have been forced to remain in Mexico. Under the migrant protection protocol. I will note this news should not be interpreted as an opening for people to migrate irregularly to the United States. Only eligible individuals would be allowed to enter through designated ports of entry by the ministrations announced the plans for entry beginning February 19th of points in California, Texas while their cases proceed. York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off. And got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York From Windchills near 60 blows here on the upper Midwest to an ice storm all the way to the Gulf Coast. Extreme weather is heading much of the country on Saturday, More than two thirds of the nation was under some.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Vied Administration announced the plans for entry beginning February 19th of points in California and Texas while their cases proceed. York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off. And got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York From Windchills near 60 blows here on the upper Midwest to an ice storm all the way to the Gulf Coast. Extreme weather is heading much of the country on Saturday, More than two thirds of the nation was under some kind of whether whether Alert. Or these stories at town hall, calm Call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that. You could be lounging on an impractical amount of ornate and overpriced throw pillows he bought for your couch. But you won't because you're better with money than that. That's why you're calling us in the first place. Call 1888 farmers to get a quote Today, Farmers is an invitation to December 2020 100 by former structure, fire insurance exchanges, air failure products available in every state. 2021 is already off to a disturbing start For conservatives. We've seen Twitter unilaterally shut down President Trump's account, the conservative platform parlor was booted off the Apple Store by Apple and Big Tech is muzzling free speech at a speed that nobody could have predicted. Nobody except biologist and evolutionary theorist Bret Weinstein, who appeared in the film no safe spaces to issue this warning about political correctness running amok, YouTube and Google, Facebook and Twitter dictate whose voices can Be heard. And if those entities start trying to engineer the conversation to adhere to the rules laid out with these phony Trojan horse terms, disaster will be the result. You and your family need to see no safe spaces. Now, before.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Com. Patrick cost former President Donald Trump has been found not guilty. Seven Republicans voted to convict former President Trump in his Senate trial, easily the largest number of lawmakers to ever vote to find a president of their own party guilty at impeachment proceedings while lawmakers wanted 57 43 to 5, Mr Trump Guilty, the evenly divided Senate fell short of the two thirds majority required to convincing impeach president by joining all 50 Democrats who voted against Mr Trump. Seven GOP senators created a clear majority against him. Bernie Bennett in Washington. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says thousands of people seeking asylum in the U. S. Will be allowed in while their cases go through immigration courts. The Department of Homeland Security will take steps to begin processing individuals who under the previous administration have been forced to remain in Mexico. Under the migrant protection protocol. I will note this news should not be interpreted as an opening for people to migrate irregularly to the United States. Only eligible individuals would be allowed to enter through designated ports of entry. The Biden administration announced the plans for entry beginning February 19th of points in California, Texas while their cases proceed. York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York From Windchills near 60 blows here on.

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Suit settled in fatal road rage shooting by New York PD officer

America First

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Suit settled in fatal road rage shooting by New York PD officer

"York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016 City Law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off. And got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A stabbing spree on the A train that left two dead and why PD Deputy chief Brian Magee describes how the attacks were random. We know that one of the victims was sleeping when the other person came approached him, Everything is unprovoked. In those two incidents that was definitely unprovoked upside. The first attack happened before noon on Friday, leaving a 67 year old man stabbed at the 181st Street station about 12. Hours later, a 40 year old man was found dead and Far Rockaway. Nearly two hours after that of 44 year old woman was found dead with multiple stab wounds at the end, would station and minutes later, a 43 year old was stabbed. He's in stable condition at the hospital. NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said an extra 500 officers are patrolling the subway as a result of the bloody attacks. Authorities believe all of the victims are homeless. The family of a man fatally shot by an off duty NYPD officer in a road rage incident is settling his lawsuit. The city has paid $125,000 to the girlfriend of Del Ron Small. The suit was filed by Zach Wanna Albert in 2017 Albert, the couple's son and another child were in a car with small on July 4th 2016 in East New York when he confronted a driver he believed had cut him off. 37 year old small approach the driver's side window of a car being driven by an off duty police officer Wayne Isaacs, who fired three shots at small, killing him. Isaacs was later cleared of murder and manslaughter charges. A trial An apparent anti police protest turns violent in Manhattan Friday night option. Dozens of protesters clashed around 9 P.m. during a midtown protest at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and 54th Street. The N Y P D reported that two officers suffered minor injuries during the protest. At least 11 demonstrators were arrested, and some of them could face charges for assaulting a press photographer after mistaking him for a police officer. Cop said the photographer suffered a bloody nose but was not seriously injured and refused. Medical ATTENTION. Paul the Castro W O R NEWS, Sports and your Weather Channel forecast Next WR news time 203 Thanks for calling 1 800 got junk. This is Sarah. How can I help? I've been thinking. What have you been thinking about E cluttering. And what did you decide?.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The aircraft are designed to fly up to 60 miles at speeds of up to 150 miles an hour, meaning they could zip customers from downtown areas to airports in New York, Chicago and elsewhere. Jeremy House Reporting Sales Force, which is San Francisco's largest private employer, says it will let most of its employees continue to work from home for part or all of the week. Some workers whose jobs require them to be in the physical office, though, will continue to go into Working sales force says it made the decision based on feedback from employees Google and Facebook and companies like that already have a program in place. Maura Town hall dot com. New York City settled the lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer Back in 2016. The city law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off. And got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. Activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs for not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York United Food and Commercial workers International union. Lobbying for Workers to be moved up vaccination priority list sand major meat companies have launched campaigns. Who educate their employees and dispel rumors about the vaccines. More on.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on AP News

"In the Senate has acquitted Donald Trump in an impeachment trial. 57 senators voted that Trump was guilty of inciting the capital insurrection 10 fewer than needed to convict him. They said. John Trump, be It is hereby acquitted. Democrat Patrick Leahy announcing the result in a case lead house prosecutor Jamie Raskin said was not really about trump. This trial is about who we are and whether the world would see that America would let a leader get away with a raging followers to violently breach the seat of government. Trump lawyer, Michael Vander Wien said that then President had nothing to do with the riot that what he called a show trial was born instead out of hatred for Trump, and it's time to end the witch hunt and allow America's Healing to begin. Seven Republicans voted with Democrats to convict Trump, who quickly welcome to the acquittal, saying his movement has only just begun. Soccer mahogany Washington 57 senators voted that Trump was guilty of inciting the capital insurrection, 10 fewer than needed to convict him, he said. Donald John Trump be And he is hereby acquitted. Democrat Patrick Leahy announcing the results in a case lead house prosecutor Jamie Raskin said was not really about trump. This trial is about who we are and whether the world would see that America would let a leader get away with urging followers to violently breach the seat of government. Trump lawyer, Michael Vander Wien said that then President had nothing to do with the riot that what he called a show trial was born instead out of hatred for Trump, and it's time to end the witch hunt and allow America's Healing to begin. Seven Republicans voted with Democrats to convict Trump, who quickly welcome to the acquittal, saying his movement has only just begun. Soccer mahogany. Washington Tibor NYC owner Tony Fortuna says the minute restrictions were lifted on indoor dining in New York City, and you could have 25% capacity started calling right away to make reservations. He's not alone. Phones are ringing off the hook at restaurants and other cities like Chicago that have loosened restrictions on indoor dining. Just in time for Valentine's Day, maybe moving ahead and things go well with everything going on. It gives everybody hope. You see people going out and moving around it. It makes everybody feel on the defense. Moved. Flores are also trying to keep up with a crush of orders for those who can't celebrate Valentine's Day in person, Julie Walker in New York I'm Julie Walker. On this Valentine's Day, Americans are searching for ways to celebrate love amid covert restrictions. He borrowed. My C owner Tony Fortuna says the minute restrictions were lifted on indoor dining in New York City, and you could have 25% capacity started calling right away to make reservations. He's not alone. Phones are ringing off the hook at restaurants and other cities like Chicago that have loosened restrictions on indoor dining. Just in time for Valentine's Day, maybe moving ahead and things go well with everything going on. It gives everybody hope. You see people going out and moving around it. It makes everybody feeling in a different mood are also trying to keep With a crush of orders for those who can't celebrate Valentine's Day in person. Julie Walker, New York at No point in their presentation, Did you hear the House managers? Play a single example. Of Mr Trump urging anyone to engage in violence of any kind. This would allow Congress to use the awesome impeachment power as a weapon. To impeach their fellow colleagues in the opposing party. This is not a precedent that this said it can set here today to believe based on the evidence you have seen that Mr Trump actually wanted and indeed willfully incited an armed insurrection. Overthrow the U. S government would be absurd. This impeachment has been a complete charade from beginning to end. The entire respectable expect ical has been nothing but the unhinged pursuit of a long standing political vendetta against Mr Trump by the opposition party. I'm Julie Walker, New York City and settle the lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The city Law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. Activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs for not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York AP News for Friday February 12 I'm.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on AP News

"The Senate has acquitted Donald Trump in an impeachment trial. 57 senators voted that Trump was guilty of inciting the capital insurrection 10 fewer than needed to convict him, They said down John Trump be it is hereby. Acquitted Democrat Patrick Leahy announcing the result in a case lead house prosecutor Jamie Raskin said was not really about trump. This trial is about who we are and whether the world would see that America would let a leader get away with a raging followers to violently breach the seat of government. Trump lawyer, Michael Vander Veum said that then President had nothing to do with the riot that what he called a show trial was born instead out of hatred for Trump, and it's time to end the witch hunt and allow America's Healing to begin. Seven Republicans voted with Democrats to convict Trump, who quickly welcome to the acquittal, saying his movement has only just begun. Soccer mahogany Washington 57 senators voted that Trump was guilty of inciting the capital insurrection, 10 fewer than needed to convict him. They said Donald John Trump, be It is hereby acquitted. Democrat Patrick Leahy announcing the result in a case lead house prosecutor Jamie Raskin said was not really about trump. This trial is about who we are and whether the world would see that America would let a leader get away with a raging followers to violently breach the seat of government. Trump lawyer, Michael Vander Veum said that then President had nothing to do with riot that what he called a show trial was born instead out of hatred for Trump, and it's time to end the witch hunt and allow America's Healing to begin. Seven Republicans voted with Democrats to convict Trump, who quickly welcome to the acquittal, saying his movement has only just begun. Soccer mahogany. Washington Tibor NYC owner Tony Fortuna says the minute restrictions were lifted on indoor dining in New York City, and you could have 25% capacity started calling right away to make reservations. He's not alone. Phones are ringing off the hook at restaurants and other cities like Chicago that have loosened restrictions on indoor dining. Just in time for Valentine's Day, maybe moving ahead and things go well with everything going on. It gives everybody hope. You see people going out and moving around it. It makes everybody feel on the defense. Moved. Flores are also trying to keep up with a crush of orders for those who can't celebrate Valentine's Day in person, Julie Walker in New York I'm Julie Walker. On this Valentine's Day, Americans are searching for ways to celebrate love amid covert restrictions. He burned. My C owner Tony Fortuna says the minute restrictions were lifted on indoor dining in New York City, and you could have 25% capacity started calling right away to make reservations. He's not alone. Phones are ringing off the hook at restaurants and other cities like Chicago that have loosened restrictions on indoor dining. Just in time for Valentine's Day, maybe moving ahead and things go well with everything going on. It gives everybody hope. You see people going out and moving around it. It makes everybody feeling in a different mood. Florists are also trying to keep With a crush of orders for those who can't celebrate Valentine's Day in person, Julie Walker in New York at No point in their presentation. Did you hear the House managers? Play a single example of Mr Trump urging anyone to engage in violence of any kind. This would allow Congress to use the awesome impeachment power as a weapon. To impeach their fellow colleagues in the opposing party. This is not a precedent that this sad it can set here today to believe. Based on the evidence you have seen that Mr Trump actually wanted and indeed willfully incited an armed insurrection. Overthrow the U. S government would be absurd. This impeachment has been a complete charade from beginning to end. The entire respectable expect ical has been nothing but the unhinged pursuit of a long standing political vendetta against Mr Trump by the opposition party. I'm Julie Walker, New York City is settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in 2016. The city Law department says $125,000 was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Wrong Small. She was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaac's had cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him. Activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs for not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges. A jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Julie Walker, New York AP News for Friday February 12.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Every day. No question about it. Mitch McConnell not holding back but still defending his vote to acquit. He says it's unconstitutional to try of former president but it's worth noting here that McConnell could have started the impeachment trial while Trump was still in office and the NYPD believes one man is responsible for a killing spree on the A train that left two people stabbed to death Police Commissioner Dermot Shea announcing Saturday that an extra 500 officers will be deployed to patrol the subways as a result of the blood. The attacks. The body of a 40 year old man was found slumped in his seat on the A train Friday night around 11 20 at the Mod Avenue Station in Far Rockaway, Queens. Nearly two hours later, a 44 year old woman was found dead with multiple stab wounds at the opposite end of the subway line at the 207th Street station in the Inwood section of Manhattan. Two other individuals were also stabbed at the 181st Street station, but survived and are helping police identify us. Suspect, David Folk. Thomas W. O R. News Authorities believe all the victims are homeless. The family of a man fatally shot by an off duty NYPD officer in a road rage incident is settling its lawsuit. City has paid $125,000 to the girlfriend of Del Ron Small. The suit was filed by Zach Wanna Albert in 2017 Albert, the couple's son and another child were in a car with small the year before on the Fourth of July and East New York when he confronted a driver he believed had cut him off. 37 year old small approach the driver's side window of a car being driven by off duty police officer Wayne Isaacs, who fired three shots and small killing him. Isaacs was later cleared of murder and manslaughter charges at trial and apparent anti police protest turns violent in Manhattan Last night option Dozens of protesters clashed around 9 P.m. during a midtown protest at the intersection of Sixth Avenue and 54th Street. The N Y P D reported that two officers suffered minor injuries during the protest. At least 11 demonstrators were arrested, and some of them could face charges for assaulting a press photographer after mistaking him for a police officer. I've said the photographer suffered a bloody nose but was not seriously injured and refused medical ATTENTION. Paul the Castro w O R News, Sports and Your Weather Channel forecast Next w o r news time. 803 switch to decaf and you'll get the familiar taste of coffee.

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Suit settled in fatal road rage shooting by NYPD officer

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Suit settled in fatal road rage shooting by NYPD officer

"I'm Julie Walker New York City has settled a lawsuit over the fatal road rage shooting of a man by an off duty police officer in twenty sixteen the city law department says a hundred and twenty five thousand dollars was paid to settle a claim by the girlfriend of dell run small she was in the car when he was shot by officer Wayne Isaacs and told police her boyfriend thought Isaacs had cut him off and got out of his car to confront the officer who then shot him activists and small family had criticized Isaacs were not taking steps to defuse the situation and demanded he faced charges a jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter Julie Walker New York

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More from House managers closing arguments after right from them. Hands was rushed from the Senate floor and just before vice president Pence was further evacuated for safety President Trump decided to attack his own vice president on Twitter. The undisputed facts confirm that not only must President Trump have been aware of the vice president's danger, but he's still sent out a tweet attacking him. Further inciting the very mob that was in just a few feet. Of him inside of this very building acquittal still appears likely underscored by news that Republican leader Mitch McConnell plans to vote that way again. Former President Donald Trump is accused of inciting the fatal riot at the U. S Capitol on January 6 of vote could come as early as five o'clock tonight. We will definitely keep you posted A top aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, telling lawmakers the administration delay the full story about covert deaths in nursing homes. Let's find out more from AP correspondent Jackie Quinn after media requests, pressure from the Trump administration and finally, a court order. The Cuomo administration was recently forced to admit nearly 15,000 people died in nursing homes of covert 19 about double what was reported the secretary to the governor explain this week they froze with concerns that Information would be used against them. After the federal Justice Department in August demanded the information. Lawmakers from both parties are blasting the Cuomo administration for the secrecy. There are now calls for Governor Cuomo's resignation. New York City police are investigating two stabbing deaths on a subway line overnight. The incidents happened two hours apart on the A line, authorities say a man was found on a train with stab wounds to his neck and torso around 11 30 Friday night at the Matta Avenue subway station and Far Rockaway, Queens. Just two hours later, A 44 year old woman was found with several stab wounds aboard a train in Manhattan at West 207 Street and Broadway. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene. It's unknown whether the two stabbings are connected, and no arrests have been made so far, but the investigation is well underway. Also in New York, officials say they've settled a lawsuit. Over the fatal shooting of a man by New York City police officer in a road rage incident. The city Law department confirming Saturday to the city has paid $125,000 to settle a claim by the girlfriend of Del Ron. Small officer Wayne Isaacs was off duty when he shot the 37 year old small in Brooklyn in 2016 activists and Smalls family had criticized Isaacs. For not taking steps to defuse the situation, and they also demanded that he faced charges while a jury found the officer not guilty of murder and manslaughter in 2017, it's 1 49 Children as young as six are said to be tested in a new clinical trial of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine in the UK It's the first study to assess the safety and immune responses in Children and young adults. The trial will enroll 300 volunteers between the ages of six and 17 Oxford Vaccine Group director Andrew Pollard spoke to reporters today in London with all vaccines that people can feel a bit unwell in the first few days. And so we just need to be able to establish that profile in Children and so that if the vaccine that was authorized for a wider range range, the parents and the young people can be a full knowledge of exactly what side of actually might expect. He also says widespread use in Children doesn't seem necessary to prevent severe disease and most Children, he says, however, it is certainly possible that wider use of vaccine to try and curb the progress of the pandemic. Might be considered in the future. The US housing market is rising at the fastest pace on record field by many Americans searching for more space during the covert 19 pandemic. Let's find out more from a B C's Deirdre Bolton seven. Green and his wife recently sold their home in Medford, Massachusetts. It stayed on the market for less than a week. Right. One offers were do we received around 29 offers? The Northeast is seeing some of the largest price games. Bridgeport, Connecticut up almost 40%. Pittsfield, Massachusetts, up more than 32% and the coastal resort town of Atlantic City, New Jersey Rising 30%. Compared to a year ago. The housing market has been one of the hottest part of the U. S economy as it digs out of the pandemic induced recession said Let's go..

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mayor. Hello? Hi. Um, good morning. My name is Logan. Um, I'm just calling because on October 14 the civilian complaint review board that Stan she hated charges against NYPD Officer Wayne Isaacs. For use of excessive force in the murder of Del Ron. Small del Run Small was murdered in 2016 earlier in the segment, Mr Marry. You're talking about the deal. I report that supposedly didn't Recommend anything specific. This is a real clear case. Where the CCRB did recommend firing. So my question is, why haven't you served the disciplinary charges and scheduled the trial to fire when Isaacs Thank you, Logan for the question, just two points on the deal. I report No, I think it's quite specific. I don't want to be any confusion. People should read the actual report and the 20 recommendations. For the NYPD and then further recommendations for intensifying civilian oversight again. All of which I agree with you on this case, I need to find out the latest on what's going on with the scheduling. I really respect the role suits R B. I have tried to intensify and strengthen the CCR be over these last seven years, So I'm gonna find out what is going on with that case and what the timing is, and then we'll make that answer public. Logan. Ted, Go ahead. You want to follow up on that? Yes. I'm so sorry. I mean, this was this was four years ago that Deron Small was murdered. So I'm just you know, we've been calling your office for months. I'm just why Why do you need more information? I need to know what the C C R B is saying and planning on doing it. Just don't happen to know that the case what I went through. Ah Tost Mia PD process of Police Department process. The C sharp he has taken up more recently. I need to hear from them what they intend to do. I just don't have that answer for you. What and Logan thank you as a follow up in tying this into the report this morning on policing during the protests. What kind of message does it send to the regular police officers who might be disciplined as individuals for using excessive force that's captured on video. When their superiors can make poor decisions documented in this report with little or no consequences. I think that's um Respectfully of false comparison. The On individual officer was doing their best to do their job under tough circumstances. Is being respected for the job. They did very few officers. You know, we're talking about force of 35,000. Very few did the things That show up on those videos is inappropriate. The ones who did are experiencing discipline for it. But what we're saying here is the leadership. Dealt with an incredibly tough situation did stop the things I talked about a growth of violence of growth of looting. The kinds of situations got out of control. And so many other parts of America that Woz Dressed In a way that was effective and needs to be respected is he cannot be left out of the equation, Brian that If we were having a conversation right now in the city, it had more more days of looting, including, as I said in the South Bronx, where I was Fordham Road, Burnside Avenue. Immigrant Latino businesses destroyed by the looting. You know, you would not look at and say that was an acceptable outcome of that have gone farther. I think everyone would rightfully say something horrible happened if police precinct that burn if people had died. Thank God. No one died in these protests that took immense work to ensure no one died. But We are saying the leadership didn't have enough of a strategy didn't use the community affairs. The way it could have been used missed an opportunity to have a different kind of communication with the people. New York City as did I? And we need to fix that. Again. I understand There's sort of Ah journalistic impulse to want to see people fired or some kind of retribution. I don't look at it this way. I think of people say we did our job, but we didn't do good enough. We need to do better and agreed to it and accept it and embrace it. That's something that I actually feel good about. Jake in Brooklyn on high school teacher. You're on W N Y. C with the mayor. Hello, Jake. Hi. How are you? Okay. You know what? Yeah, I'm doing okay. I'm a high school teacher. Um right now I'm working. Probably 2 to 3 times, Mike. My normal hours would be pre pandemic. Um In a lot of that is because I'm have toe call houses for Children that aren't coming to zoom class students that aren't coming, stares you in class or students that are not handing in work and right now. Have about 50% of my students sailing and it's just very difficult to talk to a parent or try to talk to apparent when zoom classes aren't mandatory. I understand. We have to give the kids an elbow room because everything that's going on, but I mean, I assume classes not mandatory, and they can make up the work because we have great of an ex. Now we give students that are failing. Make up the work later on. It's just very difficult. Saito apparent. Hey, they can make this up later, but I need it. And I was like I would like it now. So, um The kid's A lot of them are failing because of because there's a little bit too much elbow room, But I understand. I mean, could there be a policy where Um, look, if you guys want the kids to pass I understand..

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on News Beat

News Beat

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on News Beat

"I? Tonight with a mountain national course to grind police brutality against black Americans. There's a new call for deep structural reform of policing across the country. Many are now demanding departments be defended, dismantled or I want people to understand that we are committed. We are committed. To shifting resources. To ensure that the focus is on our young. There's several things the Justice Committee is advocating for some of those things include the removal of NYPD from. Service roles in his first responders for people who are in mental health or emotional distress, and the removal of the why PD from schools and Youth Development Services, but we know that officers are currently serving as safety agents in how that makes young people feel is indicative of the policing system a in school to prison pipeline. Outside of that, we are looking for officers who have been involved in the killings and murders of the families that we work with to be fired and Eric Garner case. It's at five years for Daniel Pantaleo. Be fired. Angry crowds tonight on the streets of New York protesting yet another controversial grand jury decision. Adding a new chance to the growing chorus of civil discontent across the country now responding to the white police officers seen here, not facing charges for holding down an unarmed black man Eric Garner in an apparent chokehold that is said to eventually killed him. And then some of those officers are still working. Who are involved in that case, even today Wayne Isaacs who murdered del wrong small still working you know in south there are several different things were advocating for times of them being fired, but also is not just those who have murdered these loved ones of our family members that we work with the also. We need the officers who we know. are committing police, brutality and violence against different people to also be fired because it's not enough to keep them on the fourth, just because they don't have a murder case against them at the moment you know. We feel that. Those things would definitely support our families. It will bring some sort of justice to these lived experience that these families have gone through, because obviously just never be served in the ways that they would like because you can't bring those family members back, you know. And so as far as repealing fifty a that's something that we've been working on for years and something that we believe should be repealed and. Lawmakers heard their cries and changes coming to police departments across the passage of a new bill in Albany repeal of fifty a which will make public disciplinary records of officers statewide. The big thing with the as that it protects so much police, information and secret thieves of there are several different instances in which the fifty a weren't in effect in the ways that it is within New York that potentially Eric Garner could be alive right now, remark Graham could be alive because the officers that were involved in those cases, already had misconduct vials brought against them. It's just that that was not information that was.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:33 min | 5 years ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Evacuated shins remain in effect in cedar rapids iowa their expecting the river to crest at twenty three three first cedar rapids city manager jeff pomeranz is the danger is not yet past and a public works director gm winters says the work does not and hear the rumors routes class and will remain off it will be at least two days and two we feel more comfortable as a city up for the most part the ground level behind the system as guy is a very dangerous inspiration brown aside train and we are continuing to fight water fantasy being through the system enough for the ground and coming of ice time steelers new york's attorney general is confirming in defending the murderer indictment against a new york city police officer ethan hart looks at the shooting apparently sparked by road rage the evidence warranted a presentation to a grand jury but for new york attorney general eric schneiderman this is the first case we're a police officers charged after he became a special prosecutor handling all cases of officers killing civilian c new york officer wayne isaacs is accused of shooting and killing del ron small in east new york in july well off duty in an apparent road rage confrontation captured on surveillance video i think everyone but he was probably seen this videotaping in contributor for you to join your own conclusions but isaacs attorney tells us the video exonerated the officer who he claims had been pot ethan heart new york thank you for listening to usa radio news and i'm rob williams still on as i view check your google search results likely search.

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"wayne isaacs" Discussed on BizTalkRadio

BizTalkRadio

01:36 min | 5 years ago

"wayne isaacs" Discussed on BizTalkRadio

"Dicho fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance and nypd cop is being charged after a deadly brooklyn road rage shooting ethan heart has the story the new york post reports officer wayne isaacs of the seventy ninth precincts face a second decree murder and first degree manslaughter surveillance video obtained by the post shows eyes x who was off duty in his own car and wearing plainclothes only waited one second before opening fire after small approached him the grand jury decision is the first case filed after governor cuomo named attorney general eric schneiderman as special prosecutor for all police killings of civilian to new york move the ball the choke old death of eric garner ethan heart new york the king of latrell pennsylvania and the leader of our news army arnold palmer has passed away at the age of eighty seven usa's chris barnes report one million one hundred one that from when arnold palmer won the last of his four masters titles back in nineteen sixty four while indeed nine davis and he went on to be known as the king but younger froese minimum bass for the beverage the bears his name as well as for the medication commercials he was doing including one in which he makes a reference to that trying however in our arnold palmer the headlining him anyone died in pittsburgh yesterday at the age of eighty seventy from complications from hard problems on chris barnes for usa radio news i'm robin williams nole.

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