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"Right outside of Westerville and before these protests were going on we were gonna drive by shootings drug dealers everything like this constantly ended up since this has happened and I've contacted everybody from my leasing office to the police department to the narcotics unit to city council who my representative we went and nothing's been done about it nothing so I know there's the other side of the coin there were some people don't want this policing but then there's other neighbors that neighborhoods that need to be policed more and it's just not being done our community patrol officer told me at one point when we had a negligent discharge of a firearm three doors down from me he said look you can defend yourself and in the long run I'm not here to babysit you and I want to get home to my family and I will be away of the veteran because I couldn't say you know what Sir today I'm not going to war I couldn't do that making eighteen thousand dollars a year but make it sixty seventy thousand dollars a year early so if you can just briefly describe some of those processes that you've been through in trying to alert people and and get attention and get your problem solved is it and I'm not trying to minimize it is I mean it is it as simple as making a phone call and leaving a message is it a quick email did you have any sort of meaningful dialogue with anybody just kind of describe I've had a lot of lip service is what it seems like when I got in touch with my representative he was very kind caring you know and I was a politician I see you have to do that to your constituency yeah and he helped me get directed in the right direction which was towards city council the main thing I brought this up is our street lights have been out for the most part for the last month which makes it hard to identify criminals that are doing these things I have a list of the street lights turn on first you haven't been on they haven't been on and this was about three weeks ago I contacted up to speed on occasionally sporadic way but not for any soda not contact the city council they pretty much gave me a lot of lip service to very nice people and I'm sure they're nice people but again it was more like service where they said they want well don't get touch with people it just hasn't happened I got the call the B. division of street lighting every single night for the past three I had to get my friends there and they don't even live in the neighborhood I was just gonna ask Ryan in again I I admire your tenacity and in trying to do this especially if you're making calls night after night and let me just say this you know our other people you kind of alluded to diluted toward toward the end there are other people helping your costs because if they think it's gods that Ryan guy calling again they know by now you're the only guy they they probably just think others guys he's got nothing better to do it again I'm not trying to minimize it but unless other people are actively doing the same thing I'm I'm guessing that you don't get to prioritize ation as her technician is there but I think there's just so much red tape and bureaucracy at this point the order just floating around all these programs that there's nothing set in stone it really is getting these people to do their job and I think that's what will now do my neighbor last weekend had an entire magazine of nine millimeter bullets dumped into the back of our house lord yes and they have not of the patrols I see a patrol so while the drive thru but they're in and out once there they wrote it right out the other part of Westerville as you say I don't want you to give your address we can can can can you can you can you can you fine tune it a little bit as to that that location you say just outside a Westerville can you can you narrow it down a little bit more or not it's it's it's right past the freeway it's nearing a semi famous awestruck well Dinos were that Ryan I appreciate thank you for the call thanks for the insight tonight let's traffic and weather together from ten star heating and cooling products and Johnny hill sings a backup on seventy one both directions downtown to watch if you're headed north into Delaware County got a backup starting just before Polaris and Jim and I and that's due to an accident about a mile north of the players in German I exits to seventy westbound heavy getting off its sawmill road from an earlier accident sawmilling hard does have a disabled vehicle off to the right just before that saw mill exit looks like owners left the scene there recently at an accident scene coming in seventy westbound at twenty nine this over in a Madison County traffic being sponsored by discover get your free credit score card today even if you're not discover customer includes a final credit score checking your score card won't hurt your credit learn more and discover dot com slash credit score card limitations applying traffic and weather together powered 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Knowing Our Limits
"This week knowing our limits act to try and do as much as I can myself? Sometimes I'm not always GONNA ask him for help if I think I can do it. Figured out but there are certain things I have to ask for help from others so I had a bright idea to change out an recently and we get the outlet changed out. Everything's fine except it's not turning on a tried the circuit breaker. I try and make sure everything's all fine at the outlet turned off and I was so. Don't worry I wasn't trying to keep myself but I've got to a point where I realized I needed to call and electricity to figure it out. I can learn electrical work for one day but sometimes I know it's best to ask for the help of others until I'm more adequately learned electrical wire and I may never learn it in the past. I have fried the board of electrical plants because I use the wrong polarity of electricity. I regret doing that. I'm a lot more careful with polarities. Then we call it the electrician. It was handyman connection of Westerville Savannah Columbus area. They do an amazing job in the prices are great and they came out had to switch out and working within thirty minutes dated a better job than if I had done it myself. With my lack of knowledge my dad just released an article for our companies memo as we move forward on asking for help and in the article about how asking for help and giving help. Both of those actions validate the role of those who have the ability to assist says the experience or the know. How do things when you ask for help? Your validating what that person capable of and when you give help you vowed another person by offering assistance and using a skill that you've built up I have learned so much listening to others from their experiences and learning from others. I can't do it all myself though things that I'm going to get better at like I've gotten better podcasting audio and streaming. They're doing but along the way I have asked people for help. I've gotten advice. That has not just been me blindly going in without people's guidance so this week let's think through what are limits are no that the limits aren't things that we can never attain but sometimes until we get to the ability that we can go over those limits. We need the help others to help us eventually. Move
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"Awful Westerville the more back up for seventy east found out of Bexley in seventy one north up to about Morse road to give us a little extra safe stopping distance this is going to slowly start to turn it into a snow as we get out and get into the evening after the rush hour traffic sponsored by discover get your free credit score card today even if you're not a discover customer include your fight credit score checking your score card won't hurt your credit learn more discover dot com slash credit score card limitations apply traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tenth power my temp store and had heating and cooling your next update in ten minutes I'm Johnny healed newsradio six ten WTVN showers for the night tonight some of those are going to add to accumulations across the area of one to three inches southeastern how it'll last northwestern a little more otherwise windy and cold down to twenty one snow showers to begin your Tuesday we'll see some sunshine in the afternoon with a high of only twenty seven whether powered by the basement Dr it's thirty eight in Pickerington thirty seven at your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN freezing temperatures are creating a travel nightmare across the nation cancel the read flights to the today and it also delayed it three times that many if you have a flight to Clive to catch tonight to you are advised to check with your airline to make sure he's still on schedule meanwhile twenty states from Colorado to Maine or under winter storm warnings as the arctic blast of cold air is expected to settle in frigid weather you might expect in January is affecting areas from the Rocky Mountains to the northeast U. S. snow fall measured in feet can be found in Indiana and Michigan while even the Gulf coast of Texas forecasts the deep freeze New York City sanitation commissioner Catherine Garcia says they are ready for any snow and ice will have over seven hundred twenty five pieces of equipment we also have three hundred eighteen thousand tons of salt on hand for this event in Chicago falling snow led to canceled flights forecasters say expect new temperature records on Tuesday as lows in some states dip into single digits colonel Scott fox news locally the veterans day parade in Hilliard has been canceled due to the inclement weather the parade was set for seven o'clock tonight no make up date has been planned some parts of central Ohio could see more than two inches of snow leading into tomorrow morning the first is the worst and that's because everybody has to your re acclimated to driving on snow we conditions to being so it it's just kind of retraining our brain that you know we can't stop was quickly we can't turn this quickly you know we have to kind of drive differently dance mat burning says they are ready for whatever winter will bring he just asked that as always you give those plows room to work and stay safe as they get the roadways cleaned up for tomorrow morning tonight the public visitation for Dayton police chief George del Rio is being held at.
Trial Begins For Man Accused Of Killing Westerville Police Officers
"Emotional testimony as the murder trial against the man accused of killing Westerville police officers Anthony Morelli and Eric during continues today now retired Westerville officer Timothy ray went to the back of the apartment and shortly after heard shots fired the crime scene detective talks about the guns that are in evidence from the day of the murders defended Quentin Smith in a checkered shirt and dress pants sat quietly showing no outward emotion during the testimony ABC six is low and story of prosecutors say they next plan to call Clinton Smith's wife to the stand in order for her to testify OD testify about her nine one one hang up call that the officers were responding to that night last
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Endorsing Bernie Sanders
"Meanwhile another candidate Bernie Sanders puts his health issues behind him as he returns to the campaign trail here in the city today the Vermont independent senator who is seeking the democratic presidential nomination suffered a heart attack on October first and made his first major appearance at the democratic debate in Westerville Ohio on October fifteenth he appeared healthy and vigorous and ready to accept the endorsement today of representative Alexandra because you're quartets the event will take place in queens New York a because you Cortes is one of the most high profile freshman Democrats in the US house of representatives news of her endorsement has brought a positive boost for the Sanders
'Police Violence Is Also Gun Violence' Says Julian Castro, Arguing Against Mandatory Gun Buybacks
"Last night for the presidential debate in Westerville it marked a change in focus as candidates look to challenge to front runner Elizabeth Warren and move on to a new target and our debate in Houston he would long time with no mention whatsoever of Donald Trump the candidates wanted to focus on what they would do an attack their rivals in this race you can no longer ignore Donald Trump the impeachment view print and Corey is center here and trump was very much fun center in this debate and CBC senior White House correspondent Jonathan Karl reporting from Washington or mark by killing cancer was the most tweeted remark at last night's debate the former hud secretary arguing against mandatory gun buybacks brought up the recent shooting in Texas of a black woman who was shot by a white police officer performing a welfare check our cops showed up at two in the morning at our house we she was playing video games with her met with her nephew he didn't even announce himself and within four seconds he shot her and killed her through her whole window she was in her own home Castro said quote I'm not going to give these police officers another reason to go door to door in certain communities because police violence is also gun violence and quote the Ohio Republican Party chairwoman says a candidate's largely ignored the current booming economy in champion redistribution of wealth they're working in the politics and the everyone a single one of those candidates last night in the debate we're talking about taking money from hard working Americans taking it to Washington DC and the redistributing that money as they see fit Jane Tim can talk in a six ten WTVN still Riley this morning she adds the ideas of socialism tele by many of the candidates would cripple the
Democrats zero in on Warren at fourth debate
"There were twelve participants in the fourth democratic presidential debate last night most took aim of the new perceived frontrunner ABC's Ellie stone in Westerville Ohio Elizabeth Warren has been criticized for not explaining how she would pay to implement Medicare for all add this debate she argued that she is explaining it I will not sign a bill into law does not lower costs for middle class families but Pete booted judging those C. N. N. New York times debate said it shouldn't be Medicare for all it should be for those who want it no plan has been laid out to explain how a multi trillion dollar hole in this Medicare for all planned that senator Warren is putting forward is supposed to get filled in Alex down ABC news Westerville
All 12 Democrats begin latest debate by agreeing on one thing
"Democrats battling it out Tuesday night but there was one topic they all agreed on getting president from out of the White House correspondent Alex stone reports from the debates in Westerville Ohio the night started in kept returning to president from one by one this man will not be permitted to break the law over and over without consequences the twelve Democrats on stage calling for the president's impeachment in the C. N. N. New York times debate log judgment from is the most corrupt president in the history of this country but Cory Booker called on his fellow Democrats to take a deep breath and make sure what they're doing is not just political sis is got to be about patriotism and not partisanship
Warren edges ahead of Biden in pre-debate poll
"Will the democratic presidential candidates will debate tonight in Westerville Ohio for a race that seems static for a long time suddenly there is a lot going on here's NPR national political correspondent Mara license for the first time since he entered the race Joe Biden has lost his clear front runner position Elizabeth Warren is on the rise and Bernie Sanders just had a heart attack so you wouldn't blame Democrats of their heads are spinning if you look at the democratic race now you'd have to say that Elizabeth Warren is the stock that you would buy five may be stock that you hold on to for a while longer but you're getting nervous that's David Axelrod who is Barack Obama's top strategist Democrats are nervous because Biden is being pummeled by millions of dollars of trump attack ads pushing a false narrative that Biden and his son did something illegal in Ukraine when Biden was the vice president that says axle rod is the eight hundred pound gorilla that will certainly come up in Ohio tonight most of what the president has said has been widely debunked but there is this question of you know why his son was on the role of this Ukrainian company while he was vice president I don't know that he can get away with swatting that question aside as he has Democrats are worried that even though the trump charges are false the president will get a kind of liars dividend his multi million dollars worth of attack ads on TV and social media amplify the charges and so doubt among Democrats not that Biden is guilty but that he'll be weakened as a candidate still the attacks or an opportunity for Biden says terra McAllen the founder of acronym and democratic digital advocacy organization I think that this provides biting potentially the best opportunity they're ever going to get to that after this real fight between him and frowned and demonstrate his strength and electability against trump in the general election after wrestling with how best to handle trump's attacks last week Biden decided to get more aggressive we all laughed when he said he could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoots someone and get away with it it's no joke the shooting holes in the constitution and we can not let him get away with it well my name has been figuring out how to handle trump Elizabeth Warren has continued her steady rise and not just because she's run a really good primary campaign with money organization and grassroots enthusiasm but also says democratic pollster Stan Greenberg because she tapped into a pent up desire among Democrats for government action to solve big problems like corporate corruption income inequality and climate change he is constantly talking about things government can do Democrats want an activist government and they're looking for after being suppressed by a decade of tea party dominance and now trump dominance Warren stands to benefit if Biden can't jujitsu trump's attacks to strengthen his own position she also stands to benefit of Sanders heart condition keeps him on the sidelines but with warns rise comes scrutiny which she has not had to face so far as one centrist Democrat quipped Warren has a plan for everything except how she'll be Donald Trump and that's another thing Democrats are worried about says terra McAllen how she is going to get the most voters including independence and swing voters who who don't want to see another four years of trump but maybe aren't as excited about the more progressive policies that she champions that really is is the challenge worries among Democrats that Warren is too far left to win a general election spiked last week when Warren gave this flip response on CNN when asked by an L. G. B. T. Q. activist what she would say to someone who believes marriage is between one man and one woman I don't wanna say than just merry one one she waited a bit and then headed this snarky comment you can find one sounds like he was saying anyone with those beliefs is a loser or maybe just deplorable in addition to worries about warrants electability and Biden's ability to perform Democrats are also watching an intramural primary going on you could call it the Biden understudy battle that's where Peter the judges the candidate to watch says David Axelrod but the judges still pulling in the single digits but he came in third in last quarter's fundraising behind Warren and Sanders but ahead of Biden if Biden were to stumble who could take up that late people to church is clearly now angling for that now he is more moderate in temperament and in policy then certainly than Warren or Sanders and he's been more pronounced about his differences with them lately so tonight's debate takes place against a backdrop of a lot of churn in the democratic race with three and a half months before any Democrat votes or caucuses a lot can still change Mar Eliason NPR news Washington
12 candidates qualify for 4th Democratic debate
"Of the Democrats who want to take on president trump debate for the fourth time tonight the debate in Westerville Ohio tough state for the Democrats president trump one Ohio big get into state trending read but this suburb of Columbus has been trending blue tonight twelve Democrats take the stage here ten of the twelve were last month CBC news debate but there are two additions tonight told C. Gabbard who qualified in billionaire hedge fund investor Tom Steiner will join this
DNC announces date for November Democratic debate to be held in Georgia
"The fifth democratic presidential debate will be hosted by MSNBC in The Washington Post next month the debate will take place on November twentieth in Georgia though a specific location and venue have not been announced yet to qualify for this debate candidates must have at least three percent support in for state or national polls or five percent in two separate state polls so far NBC news believes that eight candidates have qualified the fourth democratic debate will take place next week in Westerville
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"Of bringing a gun to Westerville north high school the school says they were contacted by a parent to expressed concern about their son the student was then searched and a small caliber pistol was found inside of his pants pocket police say the student has been arrested and will be facing criminal charges meanwhile a swat team was called to a home near Lincoln Park elementary school today police say a man fired a weapon at the home and then barricaded himself inside the house police say no children at this school are in danger but the school has been placed on lockdown as a precaution a new report is out on the conduct of former FBI director James Comey after his firing in twenty seventeen James call me ms handle sensitive government information that from justice department Spector general Michael Horowitz in a new report into the former FBI director's conduct as he saw that the special counsel pointed in the rush of pro the report found komik kept memos in a personal safe in his home and then handed one off to a friend who then leaked into the New York times co me also gave copies of some of the most of personal attorneys which Horowitz says violates F. B. I. policy to notify the agency about such disclosures while horror what's the term income be violated his employment agreement the DOJ has declined prosecution in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox is a Franklin County judge has agreed to let a high profile lawyer Jose Baez join the defense team for doctor William still in his upcoming murder trial his visor in the case a new legal team for doctor William Hugh still gets the go ahead in court Florida based Jose bias in the spotlight since representing Casey Anthony who was acquitted in the murder of her two year old daughter hi Randall or they want by as was also Aaron Hernandez's attorney in his murder trial ABC six influence toys says the trial meanwhile is also been pushed back to may of twenty twenty doctor Hughes ill is facing twenty five counts of murder for the overdose deaths of patients under his care well he worked at Mount Carmel west from twenty fifteen to twenty eighteen there are some concerns in the medical community about vaping but also among schools as intend to school district would like to install vape detectors inside all of their high school bathroom these weight detectors I can't even detect the loud sounds if students are fighting and if they're caught Peiping students could face an automatic three day suspension we want to send the message that this is a serious problem here school board members will be coming right here to vote on the vaping detectors on September twelfth if it's approved it'll be installed at all the high schools as early as thanksgiving A. B. C. six is Jackie Orozco radio six ten WTVN sports Thursday kicks off week one of the college football season top ranked Clemson host Georgia tech in death Bally Cincinnati welcomes UCLA Nippert stadium at seven PM number twelve Texas a and M. and fourteenth ranked Utah are also in action tonight Ohio state hosts for Atlantic this Saturday at noon Buckeyes remain heavy favorites over the owls in the NFL it's the final week of preseason play for all thirty two teams the Cincinnati Bengals has the Indianapolis Colts at seven tonight in Cleveland Browns but the Detroit Lions in the Great Lakes classic day baseball in the motor city the Cleveland Indians play the Detroit Tigers at one ten from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk Eric researchers radio six ten WTVN ABC six first warning weather blue skies today with a high of seventy eight time Alison Wyant are you ready to.
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"Talk tomorrow at noon on six ten WTVN. Welcome back to what matters with Mindy and Michaela on a beautiful cold cold but beautiful Sunday, and we are about to talk to one of our favorite public officials. You know, not every day. You get a police chief to call you up and talk to you. But this is not the ordinary police chief, in fact, he's not even a police chief anymore. Joe morbid sir has been with the Westerville city police department for more than thirty two years, and he joins us now live on the phone high gel. Can you believe it's over? No, I can't many thanks for having me on all. We're so glad to have you on Joe. And you know, I didn't get a chance to work with you as much as my husband. Did he really enjoyed working with you? And I kind of followed you from far in what a great choice by attorney general ios to help lead BCI into the next years. And so we're we're so glad to talk with you today. We're very fortunate leaving an outstanding organization, and I have the good fortune to go to another outstanding organization, which not many people get that opportunity. Some very blessed and fortunate you I want to start at the beginning with you being a police officer first of all these days, it's not an easy thing to do. So from the bottom of my heart. I just want to thank you. Because I've lived in Westerville about all my life. My kids are they're my family. Everybody's there. And I want to just thank you for everything you have done keeping that city safe and just being an officer of the law because you see so much these days that you just very undeserved treatment of officers anymore these days, but we're very fortunate Westerville devout outstanding employees, and that comes through very planned in strategic recruiting process to get the right people into the police department, and you've led that Joe I mean is it was it a tough decision to make you're going from one amazing organization to another. But I saw that dispatch headlines. Eight of Ohio's gain. I mean, truly how was it tough to make the decision. Oh, absolutely. You know, I look at again, a department of our size in Westerville is more family than work because we see each other every day. And when you think about it, most of the employee's spend more time with anybody more time with him with each other than they do with anybody else. So it's truly a family, and it's hard to leave family when you first got interested in becoming a police officer years ago. What was it that made you want to be a police officer, even as a little boy did you want to do that? Well, maybe you didn't have to say years. It just a couple of years ago. We actually had a a neighborhood police officer, and we would play football and baseball on the streets and the neighbors would call to get us out of the street. Well, rather than than the show us off. He would take us around to a side street. Take off his belt put it in the truck and he played with us. You know, play football and baseball with us. I thought that was the greatest thing I'd love to do that. And that's what started my influence in law enforcement. That's awesome. I never knew that story. Joe? That's wonderful. Well, and it just shows you when you do have contact and build relationships what it can do you know in the neighborhood. I grew up in was pretty rough neighborhood and not a lot of people got opportunities. So when you have an impact like that. That officer probably saved a number of kids will in the wrong direction. When did you start to know as you became an officer? Joe that you were having that kind of impact what what was a moment or an experience. You had that let you know. Wow. I chose to do the right thing. Oh, gosh. Dealing with kids. I mean, when you see kids that I gotta go to cops and kids day. And when you see kids in the smiles on their face when they're talking to public safety officials that pays based evidence greatly. Oh my gosh. I bet when you look back at your career Westerville other than being with the kids all the time. What are some of your other favorite memories? Well, relationships in general, we have tried extremely hard in Westerville. And especially in the police department to diversify the the city staff in our organization, the police department we've been very successful in that. And then just looking at bringing department into a higher level of technology by leaps and bounds. We've changed over when I started. Diversity and inclusion is such a big topic from police departments to large corporations to the fact that you all put really an emphasis on that means so much. It's really kind of being in a leading position for police departments here across Ohio and across the country. Well, and I also look at things like community culture day in Westerville neighborhood bridges neighbor to neighbor, our community is very welcoming. It's very inclusive very accepting. And we're very fortunate to live in a city that has that byu. You know, it'll be a couple of weeks. It'll be a year in a couple of weeks that you lost officers during an officer to Morelli and man that had to be by far in your personal life in your professional life. The most difficult thing you've had to face it. Absolutely. Was. You know, everybody talks about a new normal or or getting back to normal. And that will never happen. You do have to tape. It take a different direction and move forward. But it's never going to be an shouldn't be back to normal because there is no normal. Now, what we have to look at is the legacy, Tony, and Eric both left us, and that those are big shoes to fill because both of those guys were not just outstanding cops they were just really good hearted people given that what do you think, you know, as you're getting ready to take this new post in it's been a tumultuous past year? Joe, what do you think you've learned about yourself? Maybe that you didn't know as you're moving onto this next position. Given all the tappan. Well, not so much about myself. But you learn about how you gain strength from others. And you look at other people and. You're at how strong they are. I looked to the families of Tony Eric had how strong they were. Through this whole situation, and you came strength from that because they are fantastic people and just. You know, you you look at that. In your your troubles are not troubles anymore. That's right. You realize that other people have much bigger much bigger things going on their life than than Mike, trivial issues. You know, what you talking about? Why you even got interested in becoming a law enforcement officer when you were a little boy little voice should still always feel that way. But are you looking at what officers face every day anymore and so much backlash? Do you feel like people still want to become police officers these days? Absolutely. When we give a test where we test station wide, and we get people from all over the country looking at our our department, and it's not just police officers. But in all levels of our organization in Westerville our last it crime analysts that we recruited was out of Miami, Miami, Florida, and she chose our department, and we were extremely lucky to get such good quality people as we we did with her. So you are finding people are applying wanting to be officers. There's not a big change in that. The numbers are down across across the board. One of the reasons the numbers are down as the retirement system. A lot of people retiring so everybody in Ohio are of in competition for the same Ohio residents. And that's also one reason we test nationally is to get other candidates and increase our recruit pool. So you're going to be the new superintendent you are the new superintendent of the bureau of criminal investigation. He is he's the guy. Now, the guy VCI like that. Joe? There you go. Joe Mindy Michaela just gave you your new title officially I'm officially unemployed today. What else start, but I'm officially among the ranks of the unemployed today field. Joe, it's it's odd. Today than I am it's going to be an odd thing not going into the office tomorrow. So much good at C. I and from what you know, so far what are some of the priorities for you and AG Joost. Is you take that position? Well, I was very fortunate humble and to be asked by the attorney general to to serve in that capacity. But I look at what they do BCI last year, they investigated four hundred twelve homicides are unusual deaths. They processed over three hundred thousand pieces of evidence. So when you look at that, they're highly efficient effective organization with some outstanding people, and you've got to realize that they operate throughout the state, and they process evidence and crime seems for police departments all across our say. Well, we can't thank you enough for calling in today. And we really appreciate it. You're always always in our corner. And we're always in your corner. And I know that people Westerville love you dearly. And seriously, thanks for everything. You've done about ten seconds. Anything you want to say to the people of Westerville. Thank you for an outstanding ride. It's been wonderful, and we've done outstanding things together, and the people that you have there the public safety official. Tells you should be thankful for the people you have because they all know how to lease from the heart. Thanks so much for coming in. We appreciate it. And we're thinking of us you start the job tomorrow. Thank you. You guys be safe? You U2. coming up next is dental floss toxic. Actually, we're going to have to put that on hold because I just got a text from from Dr Runyon, he's stuck in traffic. So we're going to talk about something else when we come back. All right. You're listening to what matters on six ten WTVN. Iheartradio.
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"Matter what. Now, we gotta go. The suspect is described as a white man with blue eyes and a red pickup truck. A funeral service in central California, wrapping up for corporal renewal saying who was gunned down the day after Christmas. Authorities say his killer was in the US illegally. You're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm Sean Gallagher. Ohio attorney general elect debut on Friday named Westerville police chief Joseph more bits are the next superintendent of the bureau of criminal investigation. Llosa's chief more bitter is a nationally respected law enforcement officer and his service commitment and support of local law enforcement is unmatched and will make him the ideal choice to lead. BCI? More bitter has spent the last thirty three years of his thirty six year. Police career with the Westerville police department and says he's exceptionally honored to serve the citizens of Ohio through the appointment and deeply appreciates the confidence from incoming attorney general Joost, more bitter, spinal days, Westerville police chief will be on January twenty fifth Ohio. Governor John Kasich will be leaving office in a week and a half ABC six is Ben Gabric sat down with casick as he reflected on his two terms. Nothing was left behind no politics. Here's the problem. Go fix it. And. So I feel that people from the very top to the very bottom feel as though they had administration it really kind of cared about him. He says expanding Medicaid is one of the easiest decisions. He made even though it angered fellow Republicans. There's a piece of cake decision, and he wishes he could have passed red flag LARs to take guns away from people who might harm themselves or others. I don't really care about the politics of it. I'm for the second amendment. But I think there's some reasonable things we can do. So that people are safe Mike dewine, the state's attorney general and governor elect will be sworn in next Monday January fourteenth for the first time ever. A woman is chief of police at the Ohio State University. The police agency announced that Kimberly spirits MC net, and alumna and Akron native will take over the leading role spears mcdaddy officially started as chief on the first of January. She became the university's. He loved police chief she has been an officer for the university for nearly twenty five years and most recently served as deputy chief starting back in August two thousand sixteen Ohio State says she has received several. Honors including a commendation award and a medal of valor, your ABC six first forecast tonight calls for mostly clear skies, and it will be on the chilly side with a low of thirty three f for Sunday, a mix of sun and clouds, and it will be a little cooler compared to today with highs in the lower forties. I'm Sean Gallagher. More news at the bottom of the hour and on demand at six ten WTVN dot com. You can't change the.
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"You can hear a podcast about. I'm sure. So this morning. We have interesting show. We're gonna be talking about a youth remodeling career day that we're going to have right at our own Dave FOX remodeling location here in Columbus. So I've got Jamie with me, Jamie. Everybody knows Jamie. Hi, jamie. Hi, everyone. And we also have an with us in. You are from Westerville schools, and I would like you to tell people a little bit about your background. And what you do at Westerville schools in in. Why you're here today? Well, my official title is really long. It's a career tech in college readiness coordinator. And I have the exciting opportunity to work with our middle schools and high schools to develop career pathways for our students and our career pathways allow Westerville students to try out different career options before they leave high school with the idea that we want them graduating towards a pathway not just excited to graduate from high school. What's unique about our pathways? Students can come in. In and out of those pathways. They're not committing to a program where they might go to a career center to commit to a two year program. So they have opportunity to try out elective courses. And find out what they like or don't like. So he and his this particular interests of yours is that way is or how did this happen with your life? Yeah. I've started out a social studies teacher and had opportunity in reynoldsburg to develop a career academies of the large high school broke out in force small schools, and I had opportunity to work with a group in developing the health sciences human services academy and the opportunity in Westerville opened up to develop career pathways, and I had opportunity not to work with just one high school, but several schools in developing those career opportunities for students. Yeah. It sounds fascinating. But you have fun with it. It is. It's the best job. I love going to work every day. Well, that's really cool things for kids, and I get to work with an amazing staff. Yeah. That's got to be a lot of fun because you really having a lot of influence over the lives of of all the students that you're working with. Yeah. Mhm find a career that.
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"And how far would you go to get your insurance cheaper? I'm in the process right now of. A certain company has is screwing me and my wife boy because they're getting rid of our accident forgiveness because of an accident that I was not at fault for so in essence, you're not getting forgiveness for it. No. Inches away. And it's bump us up thirty dollars a month and car insurance. So like I'm out of here, I'm done. So if my Westerville math Westerville north math is correct that's three hundred and sixty dollars a year. You know, it's more than that. Yeah. No. That's right. That's thirty dollars a month. Right. So that's three hundred sixty dollars a year. More of. Yeah. That's a little little. Yeah. Three hundred and twenty dollars or somewhere near yet. 'cause we think about twelve times thirty up. Yeah. Three hundred and sixty right, right. Yeah. I knew my to my Westerville north math paid off. Yeah. No. So when it goes up that much, and it's over one accident one accident that I was ruled not at fault for not cited we it was the semi truck that cut me off the cosmic and have to slam on my brakes. And so you had a claim that you didn't even but because they pay because the semi took off. So they couldn't get the uninsured. Right. They they paid out nineteen thousand dollars to the other two cars. I hit because when I when I had the same on the brakes and lost control. Well, this guy out of Canada. I mean, he wanted to buy this Chevy Cruz, and I guess out of Al Bernard Canada, the guy could not afford the insurance. And I can't imagine why he wants to remain anonymous during the story, but he does he legally changed his gender to get a cheaper auto insurance rate. So he could actually by the vehicle. And he he's in his early twenties. He learned that after an earlier collision and some traffic tickets. His insurance rate would be around forty five hundred dollars a year, which is about thirty four hundred dollars US because he is in Alberta Canada. Well, the man learned that the rate for a woman would be about a thousand dollars cheaper. So what's the normal thought process there, of course, change your gender? He legally changed his gender from male to female on his birth certificate and driver's license by first getting a note from his doctor saying that he identified as a woman. So the the, yeah, I.
"westerville" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Kinsley is in Westerville Ohio to candidates O'Connor and Balderstone do for an almost immediate rematch three months from now giving general election in court in the Ohio election laws set them up for the special election and they're gonna make them do it. All over again three, months from now four states holding their primaries. Tuesday in Kansas, another tight race the Republican primary for governor between crisco Bach, and Kansas governor. Jeff Collier co Bach leads by less than nine. Hundred votes santee he received a last minute endorsement from President Trump. State Senator Laura Kelly won the democratic primary for governor Missouri voters have rejected a right to work law banning mandatory. Union fees and workplace contracts the vote Tuesday. Marked a major victory for unions in the Paul Manafort trial the defense team for former Trump campaign chairman charged in Bank and tax fraud, cross examined his former number, two Rick gates on Tuesday admitted. To embezzling one hundred and twenty thousand dollars for Manafort he siphoned the money out of offshore accounts that house income Manafort received for political consulting. In Ukraine and which he allegedly did not disclose to the IRS part of the reason Manafort is now on trial the defense is also emphasizing that gates lied to the special counsel before making a plea agreement they asked him whether he expects the jury to believe. Him now despite his, previous lies he said he does alley Rogan. ABC news Washington, and the trial in Virginia is expected to resume on Wednesday, gates once again. Could be in the hot seat you're listening to. ABC news I believe that God created you and he also created. An abundance of organic fruits and vegetables To keep you healthy hi. I'm Dennis, black naturopathic doctor and founder of Texas SuperFood over thirty years ago. I was diagnosed with stage four cancer and given just months to live I started eating the way that God, intended us all to eat but finding organic fruits and vegetables every day is not..
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"Welcome to face the nation trump administration officials got an earful in two parts of the world this weekend about the president's new trade tariffs commerce secretary wilbur ross went on an economic mission to china while treasury secretary steven mnuchin met with finance ministers in canada ahead of this week's g seven summit here at home some of the president's biggest supporters including farmers and manufacturers are still unsure how these new policies will impact them we want to go to westerville ohio just outside of columbus and to the republican governor of ohio john casick governor welcome to face the nation these tariffs are popular with many ohio steelworkers and even with your home senator sherrod brown.
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"A press conference and said there are actually fake gofundme page is up there and people were trying to profit off that as a man in law enforcement what happens next we've got a track does down prosecute him to the fullest extent what can you talk about from a chief of police association what what may happen with that well you well first of all i i think it's disgusting of those who always want to take a tragedy uh and try to profit from it and we see this we saw it after nine eleven and and uh they were still was fake and scams going on then we've seen it right here in central ohio after uh other tragedies uh i can remember back in the ice storm uh that we had here that hit central how hard there was a scam ras going around making profit off a communities back then an and this is uh this obviously uh hits homeless law enforcement and i can tell you that uh we'll stop it uh nothing to track those folks down that are running a scam and uh we will do the best we can working through every agency and the at the local state and federal governments that we can to track them down uh but i would also urge those who truly wants to give to remember is that you can always uh male uh if that's what you prefer to do uh called westerville police or call uh the fraternal order police themselves write them a letter find a different way or wrath if you feel more comfortable or if you're in style of where you were funds are going because that your your donation is way too important at this point to be caught up in some criminal enterprise we want to make sure everyone wants to make sure the your money is treated with the utmost confidence and respect.
"westerville" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Sea of blue and westerville ohio that's where to fallen police officers were laid to rest yesterday nearly a week after they were gunned down while responding to win nine one one hang up call police chief joe morbus her says officers eric during an anthony morelli were heroes long before last weekend it's about community it's about doing for others in these two guys did that in these two guys did that every single day the came to the job the shooting suspect is charged with aggravated murder another somber farewell in chicago where a police commander will be laid to rest later today paul bauer was shot and killed tuesday while chasing a suspect fifteen years in prison that's the sentence handed down to a man in minneapolis who was stabbed two brothers at the mall of america last year the man who pleaded guilty to assault said he was in spain at the weekend box office of film that breaks down barriers because there's been fashions of many of those attending the film black panther in theaters with regis of many of those attending the film black panther leader was we get what happens now many fans celebrate zaman's what's happened films highlighting an opportunity for many blacks resource to applaud a superhero who not only looks like then to the rest of the world but the film also gives a different view of africa and african culture all of us at in the fictional nation of all conduct its vision is being labelled afro future isn't was strong and smart female characters and a story that shatters stereotypes michelle pollino fox news on the small screen and olympic battle on the ice in south korea the us men's hockey team takes on russia about an hour from now ham who sell fox news.
"westerville" Discussed on WLOB
"Sea of blue and westerville ohio that's where to fallen police officers were laid to rest yesterday nearly a week after they were gunned down while responding to one nine one one a hang up call police chief joe morbid sir says officers eric during an anthony morelli were heroes long before last weekend but took our community it's about doing for others and these two guys did that every single day they came to the job a shooting suspect is charged with aggravated murder another somber farewell in chicago where a police commander will be laid to rest later today paul bauer was shot and killed tuesday while chasing a suspect fifteen years in prison that's the sentence handed down to a man in minneapolis who stabbed two brothers at the mall of america last year the man who pleaded guilty to assault said he was inspired by isis to answer the call of jihad at the weekend box office of film that breaks down barriers because there's vip fashions of many of those attending the film black panther invaders this weekend what happens now many fans celebrate sermons detectives phil is highlighting an opportunity for many black resource to applaud a superhero who not only looks like them to the rest of the water but the film also gives a different view of africa and african culture one that has not traditionally been seen in theatre resolve upset in the fictional nation of will conduct its vision is being labelled afro future is with strong and smart female characters and a story that shatters stereotypes michelle pollino fox news on the small screen and olympic battle on the ice in south korea the us men's hockey team takes on russia about an hour from now camp who self fox news radio wlove fm and.
"westerville" Discussed on WGTK
"About the deaths of these two police officers and westerville ohio and i thought whatever problem i have in life a cannot even come within a million miles of what it's like to be the family member or a neighbor or friend or loved one of thirty nine year old westerville officer erich jaring or fiftyfouryearold officer tony morelli to beloved members of the westerville ohio police department who were assigned and dispatched to a house in western ville a condo they had a report of eight nine one one hang up and a woman cry turns out the guy who is charged with their crop their murders is somebody who was wellknown to the westerville police department in the past had been involved in domestic disputes with his wife the sky obviously if the accusations are true is evil personified and he gunned down he ambushed he slaughtered uh two husbands to fathers they were literally coaches office jerian had a beloved dog being sham and as the as one of our listeners and westerville has shared with me after they finally got the dog home after the horror and the shock of officer jerry's murder was thinking in the all the dog came home and they were and the dog was trying to find his owner his dad officer jerry who was a canine and the youngest daughter started showing the dog pictures of her dead so that the dog wouldn't be sad my heart breaks for these for the entire community of westerville ohio which a tightknit community it's just outside columbus and of course it's not just westerville there was an officer killed recently in atlanta twenty six years old whose wife is expecting a baby any day now officer killed in the detroit area and so i want today to be a really big day for gallagher's army the fallen officer fund we want to help these families who have lost so much and you can do it in a powerful way in just a couple of minutes we're going to talk a little bit about last week's latest white house controversy at least the media's ginned up controversy a.
"westerville" Discussed on WLOB
"You've made the necessary sacrifices been fighting the good fight for as long as you can remember and now perhaps it's time to enjoy a little fruit from all that labour a bit of indulgence in the form of the new ram limited tungsten addition real would trim tungsten chrome accents and in advance technology touchscreen all surrounded by a highly capable hundred six hardworking five five truck mike that will is she never shed let you forget westerville what it took to get is here wonderful the community new ram great limited people tungsten great schools the most luxurious an exemplary ram truck police never department grams if this registered could happen trademark here it of can fca happen anywhere us we llc are heartbroken have pain you can't i am ignore to aim me and the i dry just fist i in don't pulse know relief why this from has salon hit me poss so hard sologne pas pain we're relief we co patches because have we i everything go through you this need every in week one to keep you know ours our team which basically consists of joey hudson and me we go through processing your donations to help these hero fat officer families because that of course is the mission of gallagher's army to help the families financially who have lost so much to so they know they're not alone they're not forgotten and um i'm i'm wanting to have everybody who is willing to step up today please step up and donate to these families they were loved they were loved here's the chief of the westerville police department chief morbid sir addressing the media about how a police departments all over the country have helped westerville out first of all true american heroes to get your life today the the calls of assistance out of the potential domestic situation both officers gave their life from protection of others those are true american heroes we received a nine one one call an officer responded on a hang up call at twelve ten the officers arrived on the scene as they went into the the apartment they were immediately met with gunfire was officers were shot office joined passed away on the scene officer moroi was transported to hospital where he later passed away these were two of the best we have this was their kollek they do it right.
"westerville" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"The views expressed in this program are those of the host guest at callers and not necessarily those of kknw its management or other advertisers contests are the responsibility of the host of this programme not kknw this is alternative talk 1150 am kknw seattle and kvrq 989 hd 3 seattle kentucky shooting spree ohio police officers ambushed i'm christopher cruise five people have died in a shooting spree in eastern kentucky duly say joseph nickel shot and killed four people into locations in johnston county before shooting himself yesterday afternoon in the town of paints ville they aren't saying how nickel was linked to the dead two police officers have been killed near columbus ohio anthony morelli an eric during were met with gunfire where they arrived at a house yesterday afternoon joe westerville police the police a big important westerville police chief joe morbid sir we received a nine one one coal twelve o'clock this afternoon and officers officers responded hang up goal at twelve ten the officers arrived on the scene as they went into the the apartment they were immediately met with good officers were shot office withdrawing passed away on the scene officer morelli was transported to hospital where he later passed away the alleged shooter was arrested after being wounded one of the officers with an apartment for thirty years at least three people are dead after a tour helicopter crash near the grand canyon late yesterday afternoon seven people were on board six passengers and the pilot a large section of southern california is dealing with a santa anna williams with gus up to sixty miles per hour noah meteorologist brian hurley says red flag warnings are in effect covered a port in southern california and alloting colour and bernini knowing where retied dad county in the valley a good chunk of southern california air basically north 88 out and touted la democratic senators say they want answers from the white house about who knew what and win about those domestic abuse allegations against former presidential aide rob porter twelve senators have signed a letter asking win white house officials first learned of the allegations against porter i'm christopher cruise this is alternative talk 1150 am kknw seattle and kvrq 989 hd 3 seattle hello and welcome i'm gary shipe thanks for listening in as we continue to talk with leaders in our community and in the notso recent past if we look for leaders in the field of truly effective mental health treatment we may not have had too many.
"westerville" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The country and for good reason we've lost two police officers again this time in westerville and this particular crime it's just job horrific westerville ohio their names eric jeering in anthony morelli there were murdered yesterday jerry rice thirty nine years old morelli fifty four what were they doing simply responding to a call the incident happened yesterday morning officers were dispatched to house were crying female called 911 and disconnected simple call when the officers arrived the suspect opened fire on them hitting them both officer jeering was killed on scene off some really transport of hospital where he succumbed to his injuries the unidentified suspect was shot in the gunfight was taken into custody transported to hospital the columbus division of police handling this investigation the westerville police chief joe morbid sir said this these were two of the best we had this was they're calling they did it right they knew how to do policing the right way both of them another tragedy here donald trump weighing in on this is well my thoughts and prayers were the two officers the families in everybody the westerville police department officer burelli more about him twenty nine year veteran of the police department recognised in 2012 as the westerville division of police officer the year the visions 2012 annual report said after morelli rakes number one on the shift for the following categories case reports incident reports action it's he is substantially above the shift average in all other categories the activity report including citations at arrests his signed cases of thorough completed a timely manner throughout his tenure he remain motivated dedicated and professional in the performance of his duties after jeering was a canine officer sixteen year veteran and the department recognize with the exceptional duty award three times and again we mourn their loss but also honored their service officer eric jeering officer anthony morelli westerville ohio this website called blue lives matter they posted this on social media after the killing it's very simple and we should all take this to heart spoken from the point of view of police officer i've pulled dead mangled bodies from cars i've lied to people was they were.
"westerville" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"This hour from channel dot com i've around iraq strip after the resignation of two white house officials president trump says people's lives are being shattered in the span of two days the white house staff secretary and his speechwriters stepped down amid domestic abuse allegations on twitter the president appeared to question the circumstances saying there's no recovery from some one falsely accused he tweeted that people's lives are being shattered but did not name any individuals in the post greg clugston the white house two people were killed when a helicopter crashed in the grand canyon said a ntsb investigators are heading to the scene no word on the number of injuries but there were at least seven people on board the flu has further tightened its grip on the us government report out friday shows one of every thirteen buses to the doctor last week was for favor call at other symptoms of the flu that ties the highest level seen in the us during the two thousand nine swine flu pandemic at surpasses every water flu season since two thousand three with the government change the way it measures flew the season started early it has been driven by a nasty type of flu the tends to put more people in the hospital and cause more deaths patrick cross reporting to columbus ohio suburban cops were killed this afternoon westerville police chief joseph morbid sir says the officers were dispatched to investigated nine one one hang up call as they went into the apartment they were immediately met with gunfire move officers were shot office drawing passed away on the scene officer murli was transported to hospital where he later passed away more bitter says thirty nine year old eric joining was a sixteen year veteran of the police force fiftyfouryearold tony morelli served for thirty years police have a suspect in custody police in indonesia shot a swordwielding man who attacked a church congregation during sunday mass news and analysis at town all dot com the.
"westerville" Discussed on WTVN
"The misleading fis warrants no and incomplete longer nunez uh on memo he has president trump it's tonight mainly blocked to the go release after terrorists of the shift memo and that sought to people fill abroad in the holes who are looking this to do is bad hypocrisy things at never its worst did abc's i think stephanie ramos that in the washington foreign intelligence a second surveillance officer is has died it's mainly as a result to of go a police after shooting terrorists in westerville and ohio people the abroad un the holes who are looking this to do is bad hypocrisy things at never its worst did abc's i think stephanie ramos that in the washington foreign intelligence a survey second of officer that has that died the as a people result of a police that these shooting institutions in westerville ohio aren't the aren't officer worried about was rushed this to the hospital i mean we where you know he we have died a hard enough in surgery time the other rush killed trying at to the scene track down a suspect terrorists is in custody that that with the the winter people olympics that as these a backdrop institutions kim jonghoon aren't now invite aren't worried one about unified this flag i to mean we a korean you know we have folk a hard enough song time about longing rush and trying reunification to track down terrorists to try to get into the trump campaign is really scary stuff and and really a waste of taxpayers money uh and i think every american should be concerned about this don't match to try to get into the trump campaign is really scary stuff and and really a waste of taxpayers money uh and i think every american should beacons turned about this don't matt appears the donald trump does represent a greater threat to some of these people then some of the terrorists that you are referring to here in your your your peers the donald trump does represent a greater threat to some of these people them some of the terrorists that you are referring to here in you're you're you're absolutely right i think i sometimes doubt the real impact of this has hit even people who were supportive stop and think what really happened here we have a political candidate who lost the election commission's and opposition research document.