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"ras baraka" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Be able to receive compensation without ever going to court or filing a lawsuit call for a free legal consultation at 1 805 78 24 100. That's 1 805 78 24 101 805 78 24 100. Kansas City, Missouri and its mayor, Quinton Lucas. Good morning to you, Mr Mayor. Good morning, Missouri's Health Department said. It's unintentionally under reported the number of positive covert cases in your state and has been since October. 17th. Can you give us a reality check of what's happening in your city right now? Because we've seen reports that the use at your local hospitals are simply overwhelmed right now. What do you need to do? Are you setting up field hospitals yet? You know, we are not setting up field hospitals. We always do have a standby plan in case we need them. But more to the point. This is a challenging time where we have trouble trusting data sometimes data from Washington data from our own state. We continue to have independent reporting that shows that there is a significant outbreak in Kansas City, but importantly in the regions around us, So while our city has a mask mandate there counties all around Missouri and Kansas nearby that do not. AH lot of those folks get sick. A lot of those folks have to go to hospitals and there's hospital space in the cities. So we're running into really challenges that I see youse and real challenges with virus, but they're not yet overwhelmed. Not yet overwhelmed, Although we do have some concerns about what happens in the winter months as more people are inside, as we continue to see this surgeon infections and a surgeon deaths. We had more deaths in Missouri in September than we had any month previously. That has been a huge concern for our area. In your area. The the last time you're with us in August, you said you were looking at reducing capacity at bars and restaurants to avoid the spike that we saw in other cities under the White House advised you to do that. You're seeing that spike now, But your bars are at 50% capacity, Same as they were in August. Restaurants can still serve indoors as long as tables or 6 ft apart. Why haven't you reduced capacity? You know, That's why we continue to enforce a lot of our rules. Just yesterday, our health department shut down. I believe two bars that were violating certain capacity rules. But here's the real challenge. We're catching more people aren't taking the vibe seriously. Listen to the ambassador a moment ago who started out by talking about the China virus rather than a challenge in Kansas City or the Midwest or Missouri or Kansas. Every time that we issue a new rule, we get a huge political pushback. Masks are controversial testing. His controversial doctor found she is not a controversial in the president's eyes that undercuts our ability is local leaders in Middle America to try to push back the virus has spread. I appreciate that. But, you know, epidemiologists say, the longer you wait, the more drastic those measures will have to be. You'll be your hand will be forced. So why not take these measures that the White House is telling you to take now? You know, we continue to consider that and we might actually take these steps. But here's the thing. We don't live on an island. We're surrounded by a lot of states were surrounded by a lot of communities If we have a rule, but then right across the line, somebody isn't wearing a mask. You could eat inside. You can have gigantic events and, frankly, if the Republican itself is having gigantic events right across the line. And that creates real challenges for us, So we're trying to balance what I think is a very aggressive response. But recognizing the realities around us, a nationwide mass mandate would be helpful for this country, particularly where it's spiking in Middle America. A state mandate would be helpful, and we do not have one, either. In Missouri, Kansas, that's the reason that a lot of mayors hands are tied. We will do everything we can in Kansas City to keep people safe, including evaluating the bars shut down. But if every city around you is still loose and wide, open and bars air having full capacity and they're huge parties, that's going to be a concern, particularly in the cold weather months. I'm looking at the upcoming election. And I know Missouri doesn't have early in person Voting or drop boxes and absentee ballots sometimes require a voter to get it to have their I d and to have it notarized. So there are some barriers here. Are you concerned about turnout on November 3rd? You know, I'm always concerned about turnout, particularly voter.
"ras baraka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"About a big fight which happened back in March between the NYPD's chief of department and the city's health commissioner apparently the first was flying over a half million of those hospital grade mascot a female warehouse and it got real ugly years al Jones it was a heated conversation about PPVs NYPD chief Monahan demanding them for his cops city health commissioner Barbeau allegedly responding I don't give two rats **** about your cops I'm Paul de Giacomo heads up the detectives union when I opened their doors take swift action and explore a removal in that position mayor Blasio says he just heard about the exchange Wednesday night and if it's true the commissioner needs to apologize to the men and women of the NYPD unquestionably but again I need to hear her perspective I need to hear chief Monahans perspective health department spokesperson says Dr Barbeau did apologize and the apology was accepted al Jones ten ten wins news all needless to say Wayne's family the Twitter crowd got a hold of this one and everybody's asking who want who want to see scratches eyes out boy a new a comp under scrutiny after a video surfaced telling him repeatedly punching a guy in the face and head while arresting him last night mayor ras Baraka says the video is very troubling and totally against the kind of policing we demand to know where the office are relieved of his gun and reassigned now internal affairs is looking into it the incident happened on the three hundred block of policy police were responding to a report of a disturbance public safety director Anthony Ambrose says they will be looking at all the body cam footage together by a better idea of what really happened out there we're back in a moment when it is time for all nine what do you.
"ras baraka" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Hold off until the end of the day or Sunday night right now sixty three humidity twenty percent thanks Greg at six twenty at WCBS New Jersey's largest city is trying to help tenants get through the scope in nineteen crisis more from W. CBS's Kevin recalled this city of Newark rolled out a series of new initiatives to help residents struggling to pay rent mayor ras Baraka says they've created emergency grants to not only pay for housing but utilities as well they're imposing a temporary moratorium on rate increases during the state of emergency and they're also speeding up redevelopment projects the mayor says the virus it's a new work especially hard sort of option was a renters we live in close quarters well if somebody is tested positive for rotavirus seat in golden brown their entire family because there's no first floor second floor third floor no didn't use it so you distance to help with social distancing they've leased out hotel space he says re opening that will happen much slower than other parts of the state if we open anything up one week two weeks before we open anything else up because when we give ourselves a chance to see if there's any spikes miracle says it's important to also acknowledge people will continue getting sick it's about being able to handle that as things move forward Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty a supermarket chain in Westchester is offering grocery shopping reservations to help with social distancing to Chico and sons is partnering with OpenTable to provide the slots customers are asked to arrive at the front of the store within five minutes of their reservations they'll.
"ras baraka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Time and we you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world getting forty four degrees cloudy at nine forty I'm Paul James here's what's happening more than three thousand people died of corona virus in New York state this week seven hundred seventy seven in the past day alone there is good news when it comes to hospitalizations the mayor wants a rent freeze on rent stabilized apartments Newark mayor ras Baraka wants his city to pretty much shut down on Monday as a driver is nailed for going twice the speed limit on Staten Island he had a good reason and if you were calling for blustery chilly overnight low thirty seven in the city colder suburbs near freezing at you with a real feels mostly in the twenties not as harsh tomorrow but windy and chilly with some sunshine and a high of fifty seven wins news time nine forty one the number of people checking into the hospital with corona virus is still on the rise in New York state but the rate continues to slow more patience left intensive care units across the state then check them more signs the coronavirus crisis is hitting a plateau change in ICU admissions is actually a negative number for the first time since we started this intense journey but governor Cuomo says seven hundred and seventy seven more new Yorkers died these lives lost the people who came in at that height hospitalization period and we're losing them looking ahead governor Cuomo says restarting the economy will rely.
"ras baraka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins news time nine oh seven in New Jersey the death toll has risen governor Murphy's office says there are now six cobit nineteen deaths in the state and just under a hundred confirmed cases totaled Newark mayor ras Baraka revealed today that his city has not been immune we do have a case in Norton that would have been many north residents who somehow believe the cosmetology that it would not come to Newark but is here we have a resident who in fact is tested positive for coronavirus the mayor also signed an executive order today imposing a moratorium on all rent evictions suspending water shut offs and putting in place a sixty day extension on tax payments he says new Jersey's governor Murphy meanwhile saying he expects to announce tomorrow that his state will order all of its public schools to be shut down until further notice and they're also considering a statewide curfew the governor says it's all about social distancing to prevent the virus from spreading even if you're young and you're healthy you can still spread the so we need that just most of all it take you to the social sector hard we need everybody to do that another drastic step being taken in California where governor Newsom as called for bars to close and restaurants to limit capacity while encouraging home isolation for all seniors also new guidance tonight from the centers for disease control as they try to hold off the spread of covert nineteen the CDC now urging Americans to cancel or postpone all events with fifty or more attendees for the next eight weeks on top of that they say gatherings of any size should be reconsidered unless organizers can ensure the protection of those who are vulnerable to the virus in Washington president trump asked Americans to stop porting groceries and other supplies he's spoken with executives at more than two dozen leading grocery store chains he says and they've assured him they will remain open and can keep up with demand so these are phenomenal companies is a great companies a long conversation.
"ras baraka" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"While New Jersey says they're open for business James flippin with more mayor Bill de Blasio says Amazon threw away a great opportunity. Governor Cuomo says a small group of state senators put narrow political interests above the community both come together last year to broker the deal which offered Amazon tax breaks to build a second headquarters in queens bringing with it by some projections. Twenty five to forty thousand jobs, meanwhile across the river, New Jersey is hopeful Amazon might move on and pick them governor, Phil Murphy and Newark, mayor RAs Baraka saying they're in great position to. Accommodate the tech giant James flippin NBC, News Radio New York. Sports action. Next breakthrough eighteen game losing streak. They beat the hawks six to ninety one islanders over Columbus. Blackhawks beat the devils still working on a collision in queens. It's on the fan wick southbound come back towards the belt Parkway. This could affect your right over to Kennedy airport. FDR drive construction northbound seventies into the nineties into New York City construction with the upper level of the George Washington Bridge lower level ez pass along with your approach with the Palisades interstate Parkway out onto the apartments towards the upper level, more work, no problems. Even though they're doing construction with the Lincoln and Holland tunnels alternate side in effect today. Partly cloudy for today could see it afternoon shower web, a high in the mid fifties. You now know what's going on Bill Geoghegan am nine seventy the answer. Children's cancer research finding a world without childhood cancers possible, but it takes all of us, and whether it's developing a groundbreaking treatment or help helping a girl realize your dream everyone has a role in a child's cancer journey. Just as researcher Brendan Moriarty about his latest breakthrough genetic biomarker treatment children's cancer research fund is a great organization they provide funding to really dig deep into the research and make more progress we were able to start a clinical trial. That's led by Emily green guard. The hope is that be sex therapy is going to be more effective and allow that are tolerated. A lot more safer than patients. People. Ask me how I keep smile on my face. It's easy. When you have so many great people that take care of you and support you out how you can be a part of the child's cancer journey and a part of the care this cancer data work, a public service.
"ras baraka" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two to two. And then there are those that drink it is a whole Facebook club. Now people who drink it. And I'm telling you, Brian you're out you're in Matsu pizza, aka masterpiece, you get your water from aquifers below. It has been tainted with all kinds of toxins over the years. In fact, injury voice coma was mentioning that yesterday in a state of the state accord, how the state is going to have to clean up a lot of these Browning fields which have seeped into your water basin. You would be better off drinking your fresh in in the morning, then drinking tap water. Off your new it used saw the mayor RAs Baraka appealing to President Trump because the lead levels in Newark, the worst and they've ever been in history because of the way that has been depleted the pipe system underground. Yeah. I live here. Here's. The thing if if you have for instance, I had a kidney stone a few months back on that's nasty hall. My God that pain is. I had no idea. What was happening? I haven't had a child that was it was the worst thing I've ever even thought about experiencing God it was a quick situation. But I mean, there's all sorts of stuff that can that. You're you're in. Let's we're being natural talked about nature that your urine can show about what's going on inside your body bad things that could be happy with you. I don't know that I would want to drink. I mean, you I feel like you need to get your urine. Got a whole blaming calls here. They're the expert says I go to Debbie's calling from Brooklyn. Welcome to Kurdish and Juliette. He on WABC, Debbie. I love my friend. The urine has a lot of after the after takes care of the Popmart. In the urine. And you could you know by Trump? They have nice. And and Trump stained little but other than that now. Debbie question here. One of the worst one of the world's richest guys continues to be plagued by acne that sucker Berg who came from the mid Hudson actually Westchester instead of the clearest shell wouldn't it be who've him to splash his urine on his face to get rid of those zits?.
"ras baraka" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In January when the new congress is sworn in angle will become the chair of the foreign affairs committee in the house. The democrat is promising he and other committee chairs from his party will begin. In several investigations into President Trump and his administration in Knightsbridge, Mike, smells, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty it's one thirty four there is lead in the water in Newark. And well some wondering if this is a replay of the contamination in Flint, Michigan Newark. Mayor RAs Baraka said no talked about this WCBS reporter, Peter Haskell. He was there at yet. Another one of the meetings around the city has been having several and then afterwards Pete talked about with anchors. Michael wallison? Steve Scott on the afternoon round up. What are the mayor say about all this the mayor was defiant, and basically his message awards his his not Flint? This is nothing like Flint in comparison is unfair. According to Baraka in Flint officials intentionally ahead. There was a problem that is not happening here. And unlike Flint water is not contaminated at the stores, but it's happening win. There is lead leaching from old lead pipes. How big of a problem is this Peter, and what's the city doing about it? Well, there are an estimated fifteen to eighteen thousand homes with these lead service lines homes that were built prior to nineteen fifty three. The city is public information meetings at sent out notices it's had water robocalls. It's gone door to door, and they've also been handing out free water filters more than ten thousand of them. What's the long term solution? Or is there one eventually all these lead pipes are going to have to be replaced, and this is going to take an estimated ten years. This city is going. To help. The state is going to foot up part of the Bill here. They've come together. A pot of money to help the homeowners are going to have to kick in as well. And as you can imagine that will not go over. Well, all right. Thank you. Peter WCBS reporter Peter Haskell thirty five to construction workers critically hurt on the job this summer at a Harlem site, that's now let the charges from the Manhattan District attorney's office construction supervisors employed by western contractors have been charged with felony assault after an overloaded mini-crane being used illegally on the fourth floor of a Harlem building under construction back in June flipped into the air and plummeted the four floors to the ground critically, injuring two ironworkers buildings Commissioner. Rick Chandler said the mini crane operator was untrained. The crane untethered and its weight. Limit vastly exceeded the sheer recklessness on display in this case makes today's indictment so necessary bad actors on construction sites need to know that they can be held accountable criminal. Really, especially if they're putting workers in harm's way. But DA Cy Vance says laws need to be beefed up on the construction companies as well. I my colleagues here have called for New York state to raise the maximum fines for construction companies that they could be ordered to pay when they kill or may in a worker. The maximum fine today is ten thousand dollars now ten thousand dollars for companies building buildings of of this scale. And of this worth is is literally monopoly money. It's a rounding error. Vance says that amount does not deter firms from cutting corners at the DA's office in Manhattan, rich lamb, WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty it's one thirty seven. The band's visit is this Tony award winner for best musical. About that. Such. The Washington Post years. It's a funny fish.
"ras baraka" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Evening. Three things to now at eight fifteen one at FBI official says investigators in Thousand Oaks, California are still gathering evidence as they try to discern the boat for the mass shooting at a southern California bar where a marine veteran fatally shot twelve people wounded more than a dozen others to one of the four women who accused former new York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of physical abuse is demanding he donate millions of dollars left in his campaign coffers to women's shelters and domestic abuse programs. Michelle matting Barish tweeted that after that asset county DA's decision not to charge Siderman, citing legal, legal, hurdles and three Newark. Mayor RAs Baraka condemns comparisons between high lead levels in his city's water and the recent crisis in Flint Michigan Baraka says they're taking steps to correct. The problem linked to aging pipes a lawsuit claims the city has. Hasn't taken adequate precautions nor Ben forthcoming charges are filed linked to a construction accident in Harlem that critically injured workers. WCBS reporter clam heard from the Manhattan DA in June, a vastly overloaded so-called mini-crane tumbled to the ground from the fourth floor of an under construction luxury building in Harlem taking to iron workers with it. They survived but suffered life, changing brain and spinal injuries and haton DA Cy Vance says there was no permit to employ the mini-crane, none of the workers was trained in its operation. It wasn't even tethered to the building. And now a manager and supervisor for western contractors face criminal assault charges the ignored regulations they ignored specific warnings. And they also. Lied telling a supervisor at western that they got the permit. They needed when they had not van said, we need stronger laws to protect workers noting at the moment. A construction company that through misconduct kills or maims. One of its workers faces a maximum fine of ten thousand dollars at the Manhattan, DA's office, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty Google reportedly has plans to expand operations here in New York City Marlow diamond takes a look earlier this week came word that the online retailing giant Amazon could be moving part of its second headquarters to Long Island city this morning. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is nearing a deal to buy or lease a plan. One point three million square foot office building at Saint John's terminal on twelfth.
"ras baraka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"And rescues ongoing power for many still out this Panama City man says the storm ravaged several small community a small city of. The whole buildings in the street. Marianna Florida old history buildings just in the street. But it's it's it's unbelievable. What mother nature can do? The storm is long gone, but its effects still unfolding and thousands who evacuated yet to get the go-ahead to go home. Clayton Neville Destin. Seven states are struggling with power outages. Obviously power is the most important part. We have over thirty thousand people in the private industry that are trying to get the power grid back up and running. But as we said yesterday. The infrastructure took a tremendous hit, particularly where you saw storm surge. One hundred fifty five mile an hour winds encroach, and then it moved inland in south west Georgia. That's brought long. He's the female administrator. His estimated more than a million homes and businesses are without electricity wins news time one oh four starting today. Filters are being distributed in Newark, two homes where it's either known or suspected at their waterlines are tainted with lead. The mayor RAs Baraka says the move comes following a study funding problems with corrosion control in parts of the Newark motor system. Control method that is usable or working, then we won't need to filters adult until then officials are going door to door to hand out the free water filters in Newark police are searching for a suspect on a bicycle who attacked a man walking in central park. It happened September twenty second that was a Saturday afternoon at about two thirty in the afternoon at east drive in one hundred and sixth street, the Fifty-three-year-old victim who was walking with the woman was struck in the back of his head with an unknown object and taken to Saint Louis hospital in critical condition. The suspect fled toward Madison Avenue on a bicycle have a sketch in a photo of the suspect. You can see them at ten ten wins dot com. And they're asking anybody with any information to call crime stoppers.
"ras baraka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Mayor RAs Baraka says city police and Essex County sheriff's officers confronted to armed people in a pickup truck at Bergen street in Lyons avenue. Two suspects. One person is in custody. Guns were found at the scene. No names have been released the Essex County prosecutor's office handling the investigation and arrest in an alleged hate crime from Sunday the anti-gay incident happened on metropolitan avenue in Williamsburg early Sunday morning. Twenty five year old Brandon McNamara is accused of attacking two men and making anti gay statements. These also accused of punching the thirty four year old victim in the face and shoving the twenty nine year old victim into a tree both fell unconscious the police McNamara then ran away, but not before a passer-by snapped his picture and gave it to the police McNamara waited three days before surrendering to the police. He's now charged with assault and harassment both as hate crimes at least two people were inside McNamara's home when I knocked on the door. But no one answered Carol d'auria ten wins in queens. Wins. News time four forty nine. Police on Long Island saying employees of a plant nursery was fatally struck by a box truck backing up have occurred. Weiss greenhouses east mergers and around eleven Wednesday morning so county police say forty nine year old. Julia Molina mastic was pronounced dead. At the seen. Driver of the truck of fellow employees of the company there remained at the scene. Osha has been notified then as well as president slams, President Trump in a speech to the UN nNcholas Maduro who I said he wasn't going to attend the UN general assembly over fear for his safety arrived unexpectedly on Wednesday and gave a speech and defensive is rule. Venezuela. Don't go home to the Medeiros trip comes after the Trump administration impose financial sanctions on four members of his inner circle, including his wife and Venezuela. Vice president amid allegations of corruption five other South American nations and Canada accused him of crimes against humanity for the treatment of the people in Venezuela. Correspondent Tim McGuire. House of representatives voted to put the brakes on shrinking seating areas on commercial airline flights on a vote of three hundred ninety eight to twenty three the house passed in aviation Bill that gives the Federal Aviation Administration. One year to set minimum measurements for airline seats and the distance between rows the Bill also bars airlines from removing passengers from overbooked flights once they have boarded the plane. In addition. The transportation department is directed to set rules to make sure pets are not unreasonably claimed as service animals the Bill now goes to the Senate which has until Sunday to vote on the measure responded, Mike Grassi a wins. News time four fifty one. From the ram truck traffic center. Here's Jeff Johnson. And the roadwork delays continue.
Toxic dust from 9/11 linked to almost 10,000 cancer cases, officials say
"Morning It's going to rain later though you know what. It is humid and I hate it ninety four percent humidity in central park at seventy three degrees right now with clouds fog and mist get ready for. Some possibly heavy rain little. Later today. WCBS CBS. News time six oh three Speaking, of the rain we had, vicious weather yesterday and the heavy, rains brought down a retaining wall in Fairview, New Jersey no injuries reported but. More rain in the forecast today, means
"ras baraka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Influx of water to and in addition to all that the worries continue how long could, the bumpy where the last let's check, in right away with AccuWeather meteorologist Carl babinski to. Get an update good morning Good morning Morio at least for the time being we're getting a reprieve. Throughout much. Of the entire tri-state area. Just noticing on ten ten wins, Doppler radar spotty showers in northern Westchester county other heavy thunderstorm activity, out in the Atlantic moving, away, from the jersey shore and sliding south of Long Island so this flash flood watch which remained in effect until eight AM could be discontinued soon that being said much later today tonight and on Monday and Tuesday, there. Will be a few showers around perhaps a rumble of thunder there are any drenching downpours aggravates them the reason flooding we've had it will remain humid with highs the next couple of days and then a, few, degrees, of eighty Morio Karl thank you, for, that, update keep it locked. Here on ten ten, wins and ten ten wins. Dot com for the latest, inaccurate weather wins news time one forty three according to officials at least thirty six people suffered minor injuries seventeen of, which your children under the age of eighteen, that after a school bus flips over on, the New Jersey turnpike around five. Thirty yesterday Saving but forty two people aboard including children and adults Newark mayor RAs Baraka Got into the, accident on the turnpike, coming back, from the Family reunion at like barely Collided with another, vehicle out of that collision thirty six patients, were transported to, area hospitals seventeen lobby Johnson just before the accident had been reported, as a hit, and. Run but he says not so the incident under investigation traffic by the way, was jammed for several hours but all lanes of, been, reopened, wins news time one forty four Finish summer strong when you mix and match the highest quality. Solutions and supplements in, the industry buy one, get one. Half off at GNC nourish. Skin.
Cambodians vote in polls with main opposition party silenced
"NBC News, Radio, I'm AP herald to northern California. Communities are left in ruin as the core fire rages burning Eighty-one thousand acres and destroying five hundred structures since Monday. A San Diego, federal judge considers slapping the US government with the restraining order that would disallow deportation of newly reunified illegal immigrant families at the southern border. Meanwhile, President Trump lists litany of immigration and border issues. We must enforce the rules against visa fraud illegal, overstay illegal entry and other immigration violations and crimes and crimes. They are believed nine family members who drowned when a Missouri duck boat capsized are laid to rest for yesterday and five today. Seventeen people died in the nineteen July tragedy, police mcallen, Texas reports of shots fired at a shopping mall. We're false. AP herald, NBC News, Radio, special counsel, Robert Muller plans on. A bunch of witnesses in the. Trial of President Trump's former campaign manager Muller submitted a witness. List with thirty five, names for the trial of Paul Manafort that begins Tuesday in Virginia Manafort. Pleaded, not guilty to, eighteen counts of Bank and tax fraud, and failure to file reports of foreign banks and financial accounts the witness list includes Richard gates who pled guilty to Bank and tax fraud and worked, closely with Manafort, it also includes five financial professionals who were granted immunity in exchange for their testimony against Manafort the trial is expected to last three weeks. Brian, shook NBC News Radio Newark mayor RAs Baraka proposes. Year round homeless shelters right now there are shelter, services available to the homeless but pretty much only during the. Extreme heat and cold and that's where the city pays to have private shelters open and may arise Brocker he wants to make. Them available year round to the homeless now, under this, proposal the city would help provide numerous sheltering organizations. With the. Resources for, that meanwhile, the, mayor says, the temporary shelters taking The homeless right now during this heat will remain available to them. Through August and that's thanks to, donations from companies in Newark Scott Pringle NBC News Radio New jersey voters soon head to the polls in Cambodia but many are. Already questioning the election the balloting will take place on Sunday but critics say democracy in Cambodia is already. Dead the Burson expected to win Prime Minister Hun Sen. who has been in power for thirty. Three years his detractors say he is moving, more toward authoritarian rule, and has, eliminated, his competition in the last two years he has, disbanded the main opposition party jailed its leaders, and forced the.
"ras baraka" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Eleven pm and five thirty am the following day newark mayor ras baraka says the goal is to limit kids from coming into contact with criminal activity the tends to spike during summer nights kids caught wandering the streets during curfew without supervision will be picked up by their parents at a local police station and repeat offenders will be subject to fines or arrest jennifer apple sony new jersey in portland maine a man and woman are recovering from gunshot wounds they suffered on sunday we'll riding in a jeep police say another person was driving the vehicle on cumberland avenue when a single shot was fired the bullet went through the man's hand and lodged in the woman's leg the driver wasn't hurt police called the shooting a negligent discharging of a firearm in mexico at least nineteen people have been killed in a series of explosions at fireworks factories cbs's adrienne bard on what's being done to prevent this from happening in the future eric been five deadly blasts so far this year at these open air fireworks workshop so many here have been asking why thirties don't step in and stop the local manufacturing since it is so dangerous we're now learning that as a result of today's to explosions mexican authorities are ordering a halt until regulations can be updated safety measures at workshops and markets have been a matter of constant debate in mexico where rockets and fireworks are a mainstay at festivals portugal will charge on with bullfighting this summer the country's parliament voted overwhelmingly against the bill that would have banned the events in only earned thirty one votes in the two hundred thirty seat assembly bullfighting supporters say they have a constitutional right to cultural entertainment and say bullfighting has a long history in portugal spain bulls are not killed in the ring in portugal but are slaughtered out of sight afterward wbz news time eleven fifty two.
"ras baraka" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Same sex marriage and and i think for many people they felt like abortion was the last what they called the moral battle that they had to fight hair and what kind of conversations you had with people on the other side who voted to keep the law well understandably that disappointed and most people didn't really want to talk though i did speak to one man who who said he'd worked all his life as a teacher was severely disabled children he said he was proud to affected the way that he had and he wished that could have been a compromise but he didn't seem hugely surprise he said he felt like ireland who's going through huge social change and that fits with what other people have spoken to have said i spoke to a priest of course the catholic church in ireland is historic keeping very powerful very socially conservative and this priests hair in dublin he told me he'd be disappointed but not surprised if abortion was legalized here and i think that speaks to the version of trust in the church here particularly with respect to women and children after a series of scandals of abuse basically and what happens from here on out now the abortion has been struck down but the law still exists so pro abortion rights lawmakers say they hope and that they will be able to change it by the end of the year this is set to allow among other things the right to elective abortion in the first twelve weeks of pregnancy in the short term there are a lot of parties planned in upland but i think there's also a lot of people who are just exhausted by this fight as well fordham in dublin thanks so much newark new jersey is taking the concept of a neighborhood watch to a whole new level they've installed hundreds of cameras around the city to create a virtual block watch there's new jersey public radio's karen rouse tells us some people don't want to be under surveillance newark mayor ras baraka says the new cameras replaced the old system that was wiped out during hurricane sandy he says these cameras are different these cameras are going to be watched they're to be watched by police department but we also recruiting our neighborhood and residents to participate and engage with us to wash the neighborhoods as well but that engagement goes well beyond the.
"ras baraka" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In newark say cops assigned to protect the centers on there for thoresen washington notified him of fat threat newark mayor ras baraka spoke with trenton alert from recap morial police said early life was threatening to end up you actually said they were going to try to lynch him which i thought was pretty uh crazy he says he does know where how in a police got work of a threat against the senator said it was a credible threat a brush with death early yesterday morning first strap hangar union square lucky to be alive after pushed into a path of a q train happen ah southbound and q our platform just before three in the morning police say the forty one yearold victim was apparently arguing with two other men when they began punching him he felt right near the edge of the platform the train then struck his head as it pulled into the station manager reportedly unconscious when responders arrived though he's now listed in stable condition at bellevue with the head injury the two suspects who got him got away police have really security cam photo of the pair you can see it attend 10 was not com once do time 104 big mystery in queens a father of three shot to death inside a car yesterday reportedly as he took a break from shoveling snow three noneuro mohali rawla cake though was seeded at the wheel of his mercedes around four thirty in the morning park right near his home on children seven three and hollis when two men walked up open fire now the man in the cars well was not hit no arrests police say no known motive either is that investigation does continue well the city has a new tool to nab criminals who too often get away with their crime hit and run driver on average there is at least one hit nor an accident new york city every week but on saturday a new law goes into effect trying to catch drivers who flee the scene of these accidents the laws named for john paul guerrero a popular radio dj who was killed in a hit and run about a year ago in brooklyn the system would work similar to an amber alert with notice is being sent directly to cell phones with a.
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"Of the deaths that occurred during newark summer of sixty seven these kids were using m1 rifles a menu will never give someone that without a lot of training people worry responsible for that and yet we never held them responsible for that we never held them responsible for what we sure that after the rebellion residents demanded change newark elected its first african american mayor in nineteen seventy kenneth gibson gibson says the images of the rebellion still haunt the city to this day hundreds of villages of stools berlin into holes revelealed with the the burn the third there was no miserable the city little did the those villages the deal for the city of newark the continues to the son of late poet amiri baraka is now the leader of the city mayor ras baraka was sworn into office in july of 2014 vowing to take the city into the future amanda puts city i a never forgets he got we need a that's radical but poverty and unemployment levels are higher than the national average late last year the police department was put under federal consent decree after the justice department found widespread civil rights violations at the hands of the newark police for npr news i'm alexandra hill in newark through cancer patients are step closer to an entirely new way to.
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"The national guard things got even worse surprising as it sounds today no charges were ever filed in relation to any of the deaths that occurred during newark summer of sixty seven these kids were using m1 rifles a menu will never give some on that without a lot of training people were responsible for that and yet we never held them responsible for that we never held them responsible for what we should have after the rebellion residents demanded change newark elected its first african american mayor in nineteen seventy kenneth gibbs said gives since says the images of the rebellion still haunt the city to this day hundreds of images of store broke in to halt truthful lived to see did not burn effort there was no move the city the burn but those villages the deal for the city of newark the continues today the son of late poet amiri baraka is now the leader of the city mayor ras baraka was sworn into office in july of 2014 vowing to take the city into the future a mayo that puts city i obey i've never forgets how we got here we need a thus radical but poverty and unemployment levels are higher than the national average late last year the police department was put under federal consent decree after the justice department found widespread civil rights violations at the hands of the newark police for npr news i'm alexandra hill in newark cancer patients are a step closer to an entirely new.