Lincoln Navigator discussed on Morning Becomes Eclectic


Got more than they bargained for the person stole a hearse a Lincoln navigator last night outside of a church in Pasadena and suffice it to say the hearse was occupied law enforcement started a search for the vehicle and the body inside that search came to an end this morning when the person it's driver crashed on the one ten freeway with police in pursuit the only county sheriff's department says the missing casket and the body were inside the vehicle and the suspect has been taken into custody well that situation is actually similar in south LA on the south one tend to burn in the right two lanes taken away as they try to get that situation taking care of another similar to tell you about this once in Sherman oaks south bound for a fight at Burbank Boulevard right wing close for a little while longer gonna be sunny and warm today highs in the seventies to the mid eighties now it's and let them morning becomes eclectic morning in well good morning Terry suffice to say that was not the story I was expecting to hear that as we head into morning becomes eclectic thank you so much I'm mandalit here with morning becomes eclectic until noon today lots of new music to get into so I hope you'll stay with us news headlines next live from NPR news in Washington I may be held health officials are investigating a new coronavirus case in California that has no obvious links to traveling from China and here's Richard Harris reports the patient has been in isolation at the UC Davis hospital in Sacramento officials there said the patient was transferred from another hospital but the CDC would not immediately test samples from the patient because they didn't meet the CDC's criteria eventually CDC ran a test and the results were positive for corona virus the individual lives in Solano county which is also the home of Travis Air Force base the sight of some evacuations from Asia health officials are now investigating but so far they say they see no link to other known cases cases that arise in the community are a concern because they could be a sign that the disease is starting to spread there are now sixty reported cases of the corona virus in the U. S. and this one is the first real mystery Richard Harris NPR news health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are says a privately made coronavirus test could be sent to dozens of public health labs as soon as tomorrow pending FDA clearance it comes amidst a bottleneck in testing because of problems with the test kits the CDC had distributed to lapse stocks are continuing their downward slide today as investors grow more concerned about the spread of the virus in the first hour of trading the Dow fell more than nine hundred points all the major market indices fell into correction territory today meaning they've tumbled at least ten percent from their recent highs U. N. and rocky officials have announced the names of the first using the victims of the ISIS genocide to be identified by DNA testing NPR's Jana Raff has more from Baghdad the **** he met Johnson possum officials read the names of six dot two victims from the village of Cujo where ISIS six years ago rounded up men and older boys shot them and dump them in a mass grave was near the start of the ISIS genocide targeting the small Yazidi religious minority in northern Iraq the bodies will be returned to survivors to be buried in the village another seventy three mass graves in the area are still to be excavated bodies identified included relatives of Nobel Peace Prize winner ninety Emeraude who's in sleeved by ISIS who was one of the first using the women to testify what had happened to her Jana Raff NPR news Baghdad democratic candidates are fanning out across South Carolina ahead of Saturday's primary it's the first big test among African American voters a demographic of former vice president Joe Biden has been counting on in a race that is fast becoming nationalized next week is super Tuesday when the most states hold their nominating contests Bynum's campaign is being far out spent in advising Mike Bloomberg plans to spend two hundred million dollars in advertising in super Tuesday states you're listening to NPR news.

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