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Michelle Obama Claims Speech Was Non-Partisan2m04s

Michelle Obama Claims Speech Was Non-Partisan

"Believe me, I am frustrated, too," she said. "I am sick of all the chaos and the nastiness of our politics. It's exhausting." Obama's public appearance is her first since leaving the White House almost two years ago. She appeared on behalf of the non-profit, When We All Vote, she launched in July. The former first lady claims its goal is to increase voter turnout and says it is non-partisan. Critics say that's inaccurate, calling the group's rallies little more than a voter registration drive. "We get the leaders we vote for, we get the policies we vote for, and when we don't vote, that's when we wind up with government of, by and for other people," she told the adoring crowd. "Because you can't vote some of the time and then sit out. You know we saw that happen. We experienced that. We had a great president." But she said she didn’t care who people voted for – as long as they cast a ballot.

She's At It Again! Sen. Hirono Believes Dems Can Keep SCOTUS Seat Open Until 20243m08s

She's At It Again! Sen. Hirono Believes Dems Can Keep SCOTUS Seat Open Until 2024

REPORTER: “I just wonder and we can leave it at this, it’s possible that the Democrats are going to take the majority in the Senate, it’s possible that Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination is not going to make it through here. If it doesn’t, it seems unlikely that another nominee would be able to be confirmed before the midterms at this point, just given what the timing is, right? You wouldn’t support that kind of a rush on something, right? So, do you end up in a space then where if there’s a Democratic majority which there may or may not be, we could potentially have an opening on the Supreme Court that because of gridlock, because of an inability to agree, because of politics on both sides of it is there for two years.” HIRONO: “I think we’ve had those kinds of vacancies before and we certainly have over a one year vacancy with Merrick Garland. So the world does not come to an end because we don’t fill all of the nominees but as I said my hope is that if Kavanaugh does not get confirmed that there will be much more of a meeting of the minds and that we’ll be able to get back to an advice and consent process.”

Mahomes, Chiefs visit KU Health System35s

Mahomes, Chiefs visit KU Health System

The University of Kansas Health System has its name on the Chiefs practice facility. So when it came time for a team visit, the team brought out the big guns.

Published: September 25, 2018
20 years later, investigation continues for missing woman1m20s

20 years later, investigation continues for missing woman

This week marks 20 years since a young woman disappeared. Amber Wilde, a 19-year-old UW Green Bay student, vanished in September of 1998. The case is still active. Wilde was four months pregnant when she went missing. Her car was found in a parking lot near Lambeau Field. Her purse cell phone and keys were inside. Many searches were done around the state in the effort to find Wilde's remains. Green Bay Police have been handling the case. In recent years, two new detectives have taken over the case. “There's a lot of people that have been spoken to over the years. A lot of people have talked to us, some willingly, some refused to talk to us,” says Det. Lee Kingston. “So, it's something that's always there.” In recent years unsealed court documents have revealed persons of interest in Wilde's disappearance. NBC26 is choosing not to name those people as they have not been charged. Detective Lee Kingston says they still get tips and follow-up on all leads. If anyone has any information, call Green Bay Police.

Published: September 25, 2018
Colorado Kavanaugh accuser continues push for FBI investigation2m16s

Colorado Kavanaugh accuser continues push for FBI investigation

The attorney for the Boulder woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct while they were in college together continued to push Tuesday for the FBI to investigate the allegations as the White House said it was open to the accuser testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week.

Published: September 25, 2018