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In The Streets with Beverley Smith: Crumbs (Episode 64)

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The city of Cleveland, Ohio has paid the family of Tamir Rice a $6 million settlement. They refuse to admit responsibility. And the police union thinks the Rice family should donate some of that money. You'll never guess where.

Three men have been criminally charged regarding the Flint water crisis. But 47 Republican Senators voted AGAINST aid to the Flint families poisoned by the toxic tap water. That's the definition of Republican "family values" Meanwhile, families who refuse to pay their water bills have been threatened with having their children taken away from them by the State. And a Flint woman suing over the poisoned water was found shot to death in her home.

Democratic North Carolina lawmakers have just filed House Bill 946 which would repeal Gov. Pat McCrory's anti-LGBT law HB2.

Texas district Judge Elizabeth E. Coker is stepping down from the bench after being caught engaging in a massive perversion of justice. She was sending texts to prosecutors during trial to help them win.

A West Virginia woman who stood between her dog and the cop who was about to shoot it was acquitted by a jury of obstruction charges.

In Stockton, California, a cop who changed his name after three fatal shootings, kills again.

This and more.  Tuesday, April 26, 6:00 PM Pacific.