Evan Brown, Selena, Joe Biden discussed on Sean Hannity


By little. She just worked her way in and everything that she needed. She started taking over everything. And I think after a while, she was doing her books. Bank accounts. Everything. Never get a bad feeling from her. Yes, because I knew she didn't like me. She didn't like me being around Selena. I saw your London running after her, You know, but I didn't thought it was Selena until she was in the floor. Yolanda. She just like like it Lord, like if nothing had happened, she turns remembering those lost time. Rich Dennison Fox News. President elect Joe Biden plans to honor the more than 340,000 American lives, lost a Corona virus during his inaugural ceremonies. A vigil for Corona virus victims has planned on the eve of Inauguration day at the Lincoln Memorial, reflecting pool in the nation's capital. It's part of President elect Biden's reimagine inaugural events. The binding transition team is inviting towns and cities across the country to ring church bells and light up buildings in the national moment of unity at 5:30 P.m. eastern on January, 19th. Spokesperson says it is important that we honor those who have died reflect on what has been one of the more challenging periods in the nation's history and renew our commitment to coming together to in the pandemic and rebuild our nation. Fox's Rachel Sutherland in Washington some people in West Virginia, expecting a Corona virus vaccine were mistakenly given doses of a therapeutic antibody and may not be protected against the virus. The West Virginia National Guard says 42 individuals they believed were getting coronavirus fact. Scene actually instead received doses of Regeneron's antibody therapy. While doctors say the error won't put patients at risk, those 42 people did not actually get vaccinated and will be offered the actual vaccination in the near future. The error occurred at the Health department in Boone County, West Virginia, Regeneron's product is intended for already sick patients. To prevent the illness from growing worse. Fox is Evan Brown, the government today announcing a better than expected jobs report to close out the year, the Labor Department says 787,000 workers filed for their first time unemployment claims last week. That's a high number, though it's 19,000 fewer people than the week before. And it's a lower number than many economists expected boxes. Roger Stern America is listening to Fox News. This report is sponsored by Merrill. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM talk AJ Jazz is unveiled some new changes in the order in which covert 19 vaccines will be distributed in North Carolina. People ages 75 or older have been ordered moved up to the top of phase one b of the vaccination rollout plan. Residents in that category can begin receiving their inoculations the week of January. 11th at last report, more than 63,000, frontline health care workers and residents and staff at long term care facilities had received the first doses of their vaccines. Buncombe County restaurant owners have tough choices to make as capacity limits are about to change. The board of Commissioners voted last week to cap Dinan capacity to 30% beginning on Sunday. It's a drop from the current 50% number. A man who owned the Biltmore Village restaurant for seven years told Wlos TV that he decided to close down because of a lack of local leadership. More than two dozen business owners and operators have been warned after multiple covert 19 violation. Complaints were filed against them. One person is dead. Another is in custody Following a fatal stabbing in high point, Kyle Wilson reports. Police were called to the 400 block of North Centennial Street just after 10 o'clock last night. That's where they found the victim, a man whose identity has not been released, stabbed multiple times. Despite their efforts, and those of the M s. The victim passed away from his injuries. Charged with second degree murder was 48 year old Michael Geoghegan. He's being held under a $1 million bond. I'm Kyle Wilson and Raleigh Police chief Cassandra Deck. Brown has announced that she will be retiring from the department after more than 33 years on the force. Move comes at the end of a turbulent year for our PD, in which Brown came under sharp criticism for her handling of violent protests in downtown Raleigh this summer and for the cost of extra security details around her home. Brown first took over as police chief and 2013. Her retirement will be effective April 1st with continuing updates. I'm Matt McClure. From the triangle collision where it's your decision. Traffic center accident has this heavy 4 40 westbound between six forks in Glenwood Avenue, got reports of a stolen vehicle. 40 East pounded rock quarry, not seeing any delays there. I'm Scott Barnett on when I was 61 FM talk Rainy, finished 2 2020 and a rainy start to the new year. Quite a storm system sweeping the Carolinas here and the rain showers likely this afternoon tonight Friday. Our high.

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