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"10 people" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Fox News. Fewer than 10. People still listed as unaccounted for outside Nashville, where officials have also just lowered the confirmed number of deaths and flash flooding to 18 as search crews navigate the devastation. We actually saw teams from the sheriff's office out here with the search dogs song through heavy tree limbs, looking for bodies or any signs of life, and you have to imagine how difficult this task is. For these rescue teams they have to navigate around roads that have been cracked up and washed away vehicles that were swept away. By the tidal wave of water that rushed through here in buildings that have been lifted and tossed off of their foundations. Charles Watson in Waverly, Tennessee, New York's new governor, Kathy Hogle, just announcing she'll mandate masks in schools statewide and wants either vaccinations or testing for school staff. It's her first day on the job sworn in after Andrew Cuomo's resignation took effect at midnight. He's still under investigation for a variety of allegations. Hogle was pressed on calls by some for Cuomo to face greater accountability going to leave that in the hands of the the assembly. They've been conducting themselves with great professionalism, and I'm going to allow the continuation of the separation of branches of government allow them to do their work. Meantime, Cuomo is no longer an Emmy winning governor of the honor for his covid briefings has been rescinded The International Academy Of television arts and Sciences, said that they have taken back the Emmy Award after he resigned as governor over sexual harassment allegations. In a statement, the academy said that it was rescinded in light of the New York Attorney general's report and Andrew Cuomo's subsequent resignation. Cuomo resigned after the report found he had sexually harassed 11 women. He initially refused to step down. But when pressed by political heavyweights like President Biden eventually did, Cuomo maintains he didn't touch anyone. And appropriately boxes. Michele Pelino stocks finished higher. The Dow up over 30 points at the close, the NASDAQ topping 15 K and Lisa Brady Fox News..

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15 Dead, Dozens Missing in Tennessee Flooding

Bob Zadek

00:13 sec | 2 months ago

15 Dead, Dozens Missing in Tennessee Flooding

"Catastrophic flooding the problem in Middle Tennessee at least 10 people are dead and dozens missing. As record shattering rainfalls washed away homes and rural roads. The Tana McEwan was pummeled by 17 inches of rain less than 24

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Tokyo: Knife-wielding Man Injures 10 on Train

1A

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Tokyo: Knife-wielding Man Injures 10 on Train

"Commuters on a train in Tokyo Friday night, officials say 10 people were injured, One seriously. A man in his thirties is in custody. He reportedly told police he wanted to kill because women looked happy. Gun deaths are rare in Japan. But the country has seen a number of knife attacks in recent years. Spirit

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"10 people" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"To last week. The more contagious still to strain is gaining ground in regions with lower vaccination rates. Amy held NPR news Reports from Afghanistan suggest further intense fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces all across the country. The BBC's gilma give Oring reports the violence comes As US led international troops are now in the final stages of withdrawal overnight fighting between the Taliban and government forces seem to intensify. A spokesman for the Taliban said they had taken control of another five districts in Badakshan in the northeast. There's no government confirmation of that. Defense officials said they had carried out operations, including airstrikes in nine provinces in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Afghan religious scholars meeting in Kabul called on both sides to make progress on peace talks. On Friday, U. S troops pulled out of Bagram, their main military base in Afghanistan. A complete withdrawal of US forces is expected by the end of next month. The BBC's Dilma give a ring This is NPR. Environmentalists are claiming victory after plans to build an underground oil pipeline through parts of Tennessee and Mississippi were dropped. It would have run over an aquifer that provides drinking water to one million people. The pipeline would also have run under poor, predominantly black neighborhoods. And through wetlands. It was being planned to link two major oil pipelines. The World Meteorological Organization has confirmed a new record high temperature for the continent of Antarctica. NPR's Dan Charles reports It got up to 64.9 degrees in February of last year. The high temperature was recorded at a research station in the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches toward the southern tip of South America. It's 1.5 degrees above the previous record from 2015. There were news reports last year that Antarctica had seen an even higher temperature close to 70 degrees. But the W. M O says it checked and found that an improvised sun shield at that weather station was resulting in artificially high temperature readings. The W. M O says the Antarctic Peninsula is among the places on earth that's experiencing the greatest warming. Dan Charles NPR news Vatican judge has indicted 10 people, including a cardinal in connection with the London real estate.

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Death Toll in Florida Building Collapse Rises to 10; 150 Missing

1A

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Death Toll in Florida Building Collapse Rises to 10; 150 Missing

"On the collapsed condo and Surfside, Florida Miami Dade's mayor Daniella Levine, Cava has confirmed 10 people are dead and more than 150 are still missing. And that the count was fluid and subject to change, she added. Officials are engaged in what she called very frank conversations with loved ones about the chance that no more survivors could be found. Earlier, I spoke to Greg Allen, He's NPR's Miami correspondent. He laid out what we know now as the operation continues in its fifth day. Well, you know, the numbers are changing with every day. Uh, the last survivors were rescued Thursday morning. So that's four days ago now, um so, as you say, it could is looking very kind of Difficult and desperate for people still holding out hope. But they say this is still very much a search and rescue operation going on there. Now they haven't given up hope they talk about, you know other places. You know that where there's been earthquakes where people have been found in wreckage up to a week later. But you know that said, this is a very difficult side is everyone has seen the pictures knows 12 stories just pancaked down. There's not really apparently a lot of voids in the wreckage in the ruins. And so it's made it very difficult for a rescue operation at this point. Well, let's hear from Surfside Mayor Charles Barnett Burkett rather this is him. Speaking to news nation reporter Brian Anton. Unexpected miracles, and it's funny, I I think it's important to tell you that I had last night sent Merkava an article from the BBC that outlined, um, victims who had been buried in rubble after earthquakes. And it further said that those victims had survived in those conditions for more than 17 days. So given that I'm comfortable that we're at the beginning, I mean, you're saying 17 days. Let's go on for weeks. Is that what you're saying? Turn? It needs to go on until we pull every person out of that rubble that we can We heard over the

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"10 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on AP News

"At 10 People are known Dead 151. Others still missing since last Thursday's early morning collapse of part of a 12 story, beachside condo and Surfside, Florida search and Rescue teams are dealing with the three story pile of shifting rubble. Dade County Fire and Rescue Assistant chief Ray Jadallah says family members of the missing watched as a rescuer lost his footing. They witnessed a rescuer tumbled 25 ft. Down the mountain. That is a perfect example of the situation that we're dealing with. The collapse came just before a deadline for owners to start payments toward more than $9 million in repairs recommended nearly three years ago. California adds five more states, including Florida to its list of other states, where state government funded travel is banned, except under limited circumstances because of laws that discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community. 17 States are now on that list. I'm Tim Maguire. I might grow. CIA reporting make a wish. Clarifies its policy. After confusion on vaccinations, the make a Wish Foundation on Monday sought to clarify what it calls a misinformation campaign about whether Children who are not vaccinated against Covid 19 will be eligible to have their wishes granted. Foundation said Unvaccinated Children are still eligible. Questions arose over the weekend when an edited video of make a Wish Foundation CEO Richard Davis went viral on social Media, in which Davis seemed to suggest only vaccinated Children would be eligible to have wishes granted the viral clip cut off before, Davis explained. Certain wishes for unvaccinated Children currently deemed to be too risky will remain on hold until medical.

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"10 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on AP News

"At 10 People are known Dead 151. Others still missing since last Thursday's early morning collapse of part of a 12 story, beachside condo and Surfside, Florida search and Rescue teams are dealing with a three story pile of shifting rubble. Dade County Fire and Rescue Assistant chief Ray Jadallah says family members of the missing watched as a rescuer lost his footing. They witnessed a rescuer tumbled 25 ft. Down the mountain. That is a perfect example of the situation that we're dealing with. The collapse came just before a deadline for owners to start payments toward more than $9 million in repairs recommended nearly three years ago. California adds five more states, including Florida to its list of other states, where state government funded travel is banned, except under limited circumstances because of laws that discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community. 17 States are now on that list. I'm Tim Maguire. I might grow. CIA reporting make a wish. Clarifies its policy. After confusion on vaccinations, the make a Wish Foundation on Monday sought to clarify what it calls a misinformation campaign about whether Children who are not vaccinated against Covid 19 will be eligible to have their wishes granted. Foundation said Unvaccinated Children are still eligible. Questions arose over the weekend when an edited video of make a Wish Foundation CEO Richard Davis went viral on social Media, in which Davis seemed to suggest only vaccinated Children would be eligible to have wishes granted the viral clip cut off before, Davis explained. Certain wishes for unvaccinated Children currently deemed to be too risky will remain on hold until medical guidance changes.

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"10 people" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on AP News

"At 10 People are known Dead 151. Others still missing since last Thursday's early morning collapse of part of a 12 story, beachside condo and Surfside, Florida search and Rescue teams are dealing with the three story pile of shifting rubble. Dade County Fire and Rescue Assistant chief Ray Jadallah says family members of the missing watched as a rescuer lost his footing. They witnessed a rescuer tumbled 25 ft. Down the mountain. That is a perfect example of the situation that we're dealing with. The collapse came just before a deadline for owners to start payments toward more than $9 million in repairs recommended nearly three years ago. California adds five more states, including Florida to its list of other states, where state government funded travel is banned, except under limited circumstances. Because of laws that discriminate against members of the LGBTQ community. 17 states are now on that list. I'm Tim Maguire. I might grow CIA reporting make a wish clarifies its policy after confusion on vaccinations. The make a wish Foundation on Monday sought to clarify what it calls a misinformation campaign about whether Children who are not vaccinated against Covid 19 will be eligible to have their wishes. Granted, the foundation said. Unvaccinated Children are still eligible. Questions arose over the weekend when an edited video of make a Wish Foundation CEO Richard Davis went viral on social Media, in which Davis seemed to suggest only vaccinated Children would be eligible to have wishes granted the viral clip cut off before, Davis explained. Certain wishes for unvaccinated Children currently deemed to be too risky will remain on hold until medical guidance changes. I might grow CEO. It's made.

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10 People Confirmed Dead in Florida Condo Collapse

All Things Considered

01:18 min | 4 months ago

10 People Confirmed Dead in Florida Condo Collapse

Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

America This Morning

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy

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"10 people" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Is investigating after 10 people, including nine Children were killed in a multiple car crash in Alabama and severe ABC is Mark Remillard. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on ABC s this week, says the meeting between President Biden and Russian President Putin will help put the U. S and Russia unquote more stable footing. He indicated to President Putin that the United States will respond. If certain harmful activities continue, And in this regard, the summit offered the opportunity to play some guardrails. Now time will tell whether those guard rails hold. Biden said he and Putin discussed a range of topics from cyberattacks to Syria, Ukraine and more the man wanted for a triple murder in Oregon has turned himself into authorities. This is ABC News. Pandemic restrictions are lifting almost everywhere, except inside many of America's nursing homes, making father's Day visits difficult. He sees Todd and on a weekend when family members want to spend time with their father's rules remain in place in some nursing homes around the country to protect the nation's most vulnerable from Covid 19. Despite the widespread vaccination of residents, relatives say limited visitation, physical distancing and shutdowns make little sense at this stage of the pandemic when the risk is relatively low. They say it's frustrating because these restrictions that are meant to keep older people safe are instead prolonging their isolation and accelerating their emotional and physical decline. Todd and ABC News Radio City Music Hall opened for the first time in 15 months yesterday after shuttering for the pandemic. The venue premiered a new dates have held documentary for the Tribeca Film Festival. Sports cars are going green Porsche launching an electric vehicle, Audi and BMW. Also Ferrari getting into the IV game competing against companies like Tesla Line. Oh, Moyes ABC news. I absolutely love my dog, but the constant shedding not so much, but then I got a Swiffer sweeper, pet kid, and it is amazing. The super thick cloths pick up a crazy amount of hair. Just look at all that. And that was from just one's wife. And the best part sweeper so much easier to maneuver than a broom or vacuum easily getting around chairs and under the couch. You're right now. I can focus on you Not you're shedding Swiffer Sweeper Pet kit because shed happens. Okay. Three dozen by tomorrow morning, the roses. Farrah's flower shop is blooming to keep up with high demand. He must strengthen his businesses room Just just one second Put crosses, flowers Hold, please. Hi. How are you doing? Welcome to Ferraz is indeed Can help them hire the people he needs..

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California Selects Another 15 Winners in Vaccine Lottery

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

California Selects Another 15 Winners in Vaccine Lottery

"15 people in California are $50,000 Richard this week are the latest winners of the state's covid lottery to convince people to get the shot. 15 other people won the first week the lottery started. Plus, the state is giving $50 gift cards to two million people who get vaccinated. Then on Tuesday, 10 people will win $1.5 million each. Governor Gavin Newsom said on Friday. The lottery has helped the state's

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1 killed, 9 injured in shooting on Chicago's South Side, police say

Eye on Washington with Marilee Joyce

00:11 sec | 4 months ago

1 killed, 9 injured in shooting on Chicago's South Side, police say

"In Chicago Police say two men opened fire on a crowd on the city's south side. 10. People were shot. One woman died. The other victims are expected to survive. It's unclear what sparked that

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California Giving $116 Million to People Who Get COVID Shots

Tim Conway Jr.

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

California Giving $116 Million to People Who Get COVID Shots

"Group of Governor Newsome's using cash to entice people in California to get a covert 19 vaccine, the state estimates 12 million Californians have not yet been poked. Newsome says. Those who get a shot now will be eligible for more than $116 million in prize money than 10. People will get more than a million dollars June 15th. When the state lifts most

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"10 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"10 people are now confirmed dead, including the gunman. After a mass shooting at a rail yard in San Jose, California Governor Gavin Newsom sounded disgusted when he went to the scene. What the hell's going on in United States America the hell's wrong with us? A gunman opened fire in a rail yard. The suspect worked for the county's light rail system. Sheriff's deputies who have an office across the street were at the scene. Almost instantly. Sheriff Laurie Smith ran into the building was shots were being fired, and I know that it saved many lives. The suspect is identified as 57 year old Samuel Cassidy. Police say he killed himself. Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles President Biden's taking new action to find out exactly how coronavirus began in China. He ordered a new investigation that includes looking at theories the virus may have accidentally leaked from a lab intelligence agencies have 90 days to report back. Tampa won't be among the first port cities to allow cruise ships to resume sailing. But others on the Florida coast will Royal Caribbean will be the first cruise line to win provisional approval to resume voyages with restrictions on one ship this June in Florida, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Royal Caribbean has also received a provisional approval to begin mocked voyages in June on its freedom of the sea ship out of the port of Miami. The CDC has said the cruise ships can proceed with passengers sailings without test cruise. Is if they confirm 98% of crew members and 95% of passengers are fully vaccinated. Hillary Barsky Fox News, An Amazon construction site in Connecticut, is shut down again after an eighth noose was found. Workers sought entangled in electrical cables. The site had just reopened on Monday due to 1/7 of parent News found last week. One of the country's most prominent defense attorneys suing Netflix over a show about Jeffrey Epstein. Alan Dershowitz.

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Boulder Shooting Suspect Appears in Court, Faces New Charges

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Boulder Shooting Suspect Appears in Court, Faces New Charges

"The man accused of killing 10 people at a Boulder King Soopers due in court later today, and he's facing more charges in that case more on this with K Way News Radio's check Clark Marty, now facing a total of 115 charges, the mound Elissa will be in court for a status conference. Defense attorneys Requested a mental health evaluation before the case moves forward. Older D A. Michael Dougherty filed eight additional attempted murder charges against the suspect yesterday. 11th degree murder charges 15 1st degree attempted murder charges and 11 1st degree attempted murder charges of persons who are law enforcement. Other sentence enhancers have been added that are meant to maximize the potential sentence served. Accused shooter remains in custody at an undisclosed location.

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Israeli Airstrike in Gaza Destroys Building Housing Foreign Media

TEAM LALLY REAL ESTATE

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Israeli Airstrike in Gaza Destroys Building Housing Foreign Media

"As an Israeli airstrike levels of building in Gaza City that house the local offices of The Associated Press inside Gaza, a 13 story building that houses international media outlets. Was completely destroyed by the Israeli air force. The idea provided little evidence to support a claim that Hamas was operating from this location. All of this comes as earlier in the day we saw factions inside Gaza, targeting the second largest city in Israel. Tell Aviv multiple times. Mama says This was in retaliation to the overnight killing off 10 people, all from the same family. Eight of the dead are Children. Fox is Trey Yingst.

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Man Kills 6, Then Self, at Colorado Birthday Party Shooting

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Man Kills 6, Then Self, at Colorado Birthday Party Shooting

"Fire at a birthday party yesterday, killing six adults before killing himself. They say that she didn't happen in a mobile home park in Colorado Springs. Investigators believe the shooter was a boyfriend of one of the victims. Officers arrived on scene and located multiple deceased parties. Living information indicates at this point time way believe that the individual just suspect the sparkly shooting sauce. One scene and also deceased way did have one adult was transported to a local hospital. Unfortunate individual has to come to their injuries. According to police Children were at the party. None of them were hurt. This is Colorado's worst mass shooting since a gunman killed 10 people at a supermarket in Boulder in March. A fundraiser is aiming to help the family. The downtown business owner who died and Tony no.

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Oneida Tribe Shut Down All 5 Reservation Casinos Following Shooting

Masters in Business

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Oneida Tribe Shut Down All 5 Reservation Casinos Following Shooting

"A targeted event and not a random shooting. At least three people are dead. And one is seriously injured after a shooter opened fire at a Wisconsin casino and was then shot by police. The shooting took place at the Radisson Hotel at Oneida Casino near Green Bay. A spokesman for there, not a tribe said they're shutting down all five of the casinos on their reservation. At least 10 people are

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Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges

America's First News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Boulder Supermarket Shooting Suspect Faces Dozens of New Charges

"In Colorado on Wednesday, filing more than 40 felony charges against the man charged with killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket last month, including for allegedly using a large capacity magazine banned by state lawmakers. In response, their recent mass shootings. The court document outlining the new charges, lists 19 new victims, including 11 law enforcement officers that Ahmad Elissa is accused of trying to kill during the attack. Now some victims have more than one count of attempted first degree murder associated with them. Listens. Defenses asked for time to evaluate what one of his lawyers called his mental illness, but is not offered at details about the condition.

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Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting

90.3 KAZU Programming

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting

"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved

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Suicide bomber targets Palm Sunday mass at Indonesian cathedral

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Suicide bomber targets Palm Sunday mass at Indonesian cathedral

"Been an explosion outside a Catholic cathedral in the Indonesian city of Makassar on the island of Sulawesi. A priest from the church father will hammers to luck. Said 10. People were wounded after security guards tackled people. He described a suicide bombers. He said the Attackers arrived by motorbike and tried to enter the church. Explosion occurred is worshippers were leaving after upon Sunday service.

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Two killed, eight injured in three shootings near Virginia Beach's oceanfront

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Two killed, eight injured in three shootings near Virginia Beach's oceanfront

"It was a chaotic and violent night along the Virginia Beach oceanfront. After a syriza of three shootings. There were shots were fired at approximately eight victims. Never take from this location. While officers were actively working that crime scene we had additional shots that were fired that resulted in an individual being confronted by a uniformed Virginia beach police officer. Resulting in a police intervention shooting that individual is deceased. Police chief Paul knew the gates says 10 people were wounded by gunfire in these three separate incidents. Two of them died. The initial shooting call was on Atlantic Avenue 1/20 Street, where a group of people were fighting. Several guns drawn. Shooting began. Eight people injured there. The man who was shot and killed by police is 25 year old Donovan Lynch of Virginia Beach. Ah police officer was then. Later hit by a vehicle and transported to a local hospital. He's been treated

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Motive in Boulder Shooting Is Still a Mystery, Police Say

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 7 months ago

Motive in Boulder Shooting Is Still a Mystery, Police Say

"Working on that mass shooting at a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado this week are focusing on the motive behind the massacre. Fox's Alicia Acuna has more 167. Individuals from 26 law enforcement agencies have been working this case for more than 3000 hours combined, and so far what they still don't have is the answer to a question. It is hunting them. But like the rest of the community, we too want to know why. Why that King Soopers wide Boulder wine Monday and unfortunately at this time, we still don't have those answers. The suspect lives about 20 miles from the King Soopers, where he is accused of shooting 10 people inside and outside of that grocery store on Monday. Speaking to reporters Friday, the Boulder police chief said the suspect legally purchased the Ruger A. R 5 66 pistol used in the shooting at the RV at an ARV at a Colorado gun store suspect is facing 10 counts of murder, but prosecutors say more charges are coming.

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Two killed, 8 injured in Virginia Beach violence near oceanfront

Radiosurgery NY with Dr. Lederman

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Two killed, 8 injured in Virginia Beach violence near oceanfront

"Harrigan shootings in Virginia and separately in Philadelphia, Virginia. Police say 10 people were shot to fatally at two locations last night in Philadelphia. Police say seven people Were thought after a fight escalated to gun violence in the Fish town neighborhood. Three of the victims were said to be critical. A suspect is in custody there, and a manhunt is underway in Texas for a gunman who shot and injured a state trooper last night that incident about 90 miles south

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"10 people" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on KTOK

"Than 10 people. Places of worship and essential businesses would be exempt. A new committee assignment for Oklahoma Congresswoman Stephanie buys Here's Margot Murano. New Oklahoma Congresswoman Stephanie Bias has been nominated to serve on the U. S. House Armed Services Committee. She says she's proud to represent the interest of Oklahoma's fifth congressional district, including the thousands of men and women employed by Tinker Air Force Base, She says the safety and security of Americans should be our top priority, and Tinker Employees play a crucial role in supporting our national defense. Oklahoma City Community College has removed a land run monument from its campus, Beth Myers reports. The large slab originally placed outside the main building on campus, depicted settlers on horseback in wagons and on bikes. Singles racing to stake their claims in the 18 89 land run interim president, Dr Jeremy Thomas says college officials always agreed with those who felt the monument was offensive and had no place on campus. In a statement, he says the monument doesn't reflect the respect and the admiration the college has for the true pioneers of this land the indigenous people of this country. The monument has been put in storage works under way on a new memorial to honor the more high school track and cross country team members who were killed by a hit and run driver. Two arches were installed yesterday. Atmore High School, the memorial honors Rachel Freeman, your idiom Martinez and Colby Crumb, who died when they were struck by a speeding pickup. Last February. 3 other students were injured. Today's a somber anniversary marks 20 years since the plane crash killed 10 People associated with the OS You men's basketball team. From the Alan Samuels Volkswagen weather Studio. Allen Samuels Volkswagen Your friend in the car business Cloudy start but will see Gradual clearing today are high will only reach 35 low tonight. 25 tomorrow mostly sunny high of 47. I'm Jacqueline Scott NewsRadio 1000.

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"10 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To 10 people outdoor gatherings to 25 Governor Baker announced the move earlier this week, citing the surge after Thanksgiving, asking folks if it all possible. To spend these two weeks at home except for essential business. He says It's necessary to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed as they choose. This hospital's, meanwhile, have been asked to postponed all non essential procedures unless the patient's health is in danger. A rare severe or as rare, severe allergic reactions have been reported after people got the Fizer Cove it vaccine. The first known severe reaction to the Madonna vaccine has now been observed locally minutes after getting the shot on Thursday, Boston oncologist Dr Hussein Saturday's a Day said he felt a tingling sensation in his throat. His skin turned gray. He made sure to get the modern a shot and had even prepared with his own calm, prepared with his own Appy pet. Sounds like tingling numbness on my tongue and also in my troop It was like a similar feeling that I had before with my allergy reaction. I knew that is coming, and suddenly I was wet completely. After self administering his EpiPen. The doctor was taken to the emergency department, where he was given steroids and an I V. He was observed and release and is doing fine, not a Nashville. We're federal agencies say are are are still investigating what they say was a deliberate Vehicle explosion next to an 18 T building that rocks the city's downtown early Christmas Day, CBS News reports. Authorities are now looking into a person of interest named Anthony Quinn Warner, The Nashville area resident who had a similar make and model RV is the one in photos released to the public. FBI agent Doug Kornacki says his his office has gotten hundreds of tips. On information in the investigation are join Vesa Gate of team.

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"10 people" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"10 people" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Zones are limited to 10 people. Staten Island Councilman Joe Morelli tells Fox and friends. He had 11 people at his home on Thanksgiving. It's my house. It's my rules. And while you know many state governors and even the federal government Have made examples and given recommendations on how to reduce spread, Governor Cuomo decided to make a hard and fast rule and then threatened people that he was going to enforce it tomorrow. A three week stay at home order takes effect in Los Angeles County, California and a two week pause starts in Rhode Island. Churches, mosques and synagogues in France are opening their doors again. Toe worshippers, but only 30 are allowed in at one time. Some houses of worship say they plan to defy that limit back to the U. S. Where the virus is causing a serious cash crunch. Governors and lawmakers in many states are moving as fast as they can to don't loud, unspent federal pandemic relief money to small business owners, the unemployed renters and others whose livelihood have been upended by the widening comb it 19 outbreak with Talks stalled in D. C on another federal relief package. Any remaining cash from this past Brings Heroes Act is in high demand faxes Paul Stevens, an armed standoff is under way in southern Minnesota police and Albert Lea say an officer and two other men were shot and wounded early this morning after police responded to a report of fireworks or gunshots. Ah SWAT team was activated. Nearby residents were evacuated to a nearby church. The officer who was hit in the chest, was able to drive himself to a hospital, where he was treated and released. America's listening to Fox News Fox News. The voices America trusts Tucker Carlson. We must demand clean and honest voting regardless of the outcome. Can we speak freely against speaking of for you and standing up for what's right, Sean Hannity Media mob and the Democrats. They lied. We the people deserve better. Lauren Groom. If Joe Biden actually becomes president, it's going to be on the Shakiest Foundation ever..

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"10 people" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on WTOP

"They're saying they are considering the next steps they might have to take Take too bad. All the virus. Montgomery County Health Officer, Dr Travis Gail's says more stringent restrictions could be introduced to fight the coronavirus, including limiting gatherings to just 10 people. Currently, that limit is 25. Gail's also said Mask regulations could be tightened, making that face coverings required even when an outdoor settings which would be comparable to the order That's in place in D, C, and what was recently put into place in Prince George's County, and Dr Earl starter director Of Montgomery County's Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, said enforcing mask wearing crowd controls and cleaning protocols at big box stores would be renewed. Kate Brian W. T. O P. Knew we were talking just a few moments ago about the encouraging news regarding potential Corona virus vaccines will in Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says they'll be ready to roll them out. The Virginia governor says word of effective vaccines is wonderful news and the state is putting Pieces into place to distribute it. We have been planning for distribution for months, and we will be ready. State Health commissioner Dr Normal Averse has limited quantities are expected to reach health care workers in mid December and other frontline workers will be immunized in the early months of the new Year, after which will follow vaccine for the general population. We will enter new phase in which we can Start doing mass vaccination, Dr Oliver says. 14 ultra cold storage sites for the vaccine have already been identified in the state, particularly on O w T o P News. In other news tonight, federal agencies cut back their use of official time by 28% in 2019. Let's find out more from federal news networks. Nicola Briscoe, the Office of Personnel Management has new data on how federal bargaining unit employees used official time over the last year. Some agencies like the Department of Veterans Affairs Cut official time use in half the Department of Health and Human Services cut Union time by over 80%. The president's 2018 executive Order limiting official time wasn't technically in place when agencies reported 2019 data, But OPM says agencies were mindful of the administration's intended policies and made changes anyway..

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"10 people" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"From town halls calm. I'm wrong to Rockford Supporters of President Trump took today today to rally in Washington, fervent supporters of Mr Trump of rallied and marched in Washington to show their support for the president. And Mr Trump's fans swarmed his motorcade when he detoured for a drive by on his way out of town. Anthony Whitaker of Winchester, Virginia, sis, He came by to help keep up Mr Trump Spirits and to quote Let him know we support him. And Norman reporting. Now these, he please say violence broke out hours later is self proclaimed anarchists and left wing groups confronted Trump supporters first trading insults than in some cases that escalated into shoving and fighting. At least one incident reported of fireworks being thrown at pro Trump supporters in a restaurant. At least 10 people have been arrested. There's been great progress the last three plus years by the Trump administration and securing peace and prosperity in the state of Israel. But Dr Michael Oren, the former ambassador from Israel to the U. S hold the Salem radio Network this week. He has some concerns about how Joe Biden's choice for chief of staff might influence future U S policy. You know, they're all different types of chief of staff to the chief of staff were always about what the light bulbs are screwed in, right. The tube sites that actually guide policy. When I came into Washington, it was some Emmanuel and he was not the guy to rifle come in later that a staff whose names I don't even remember. I did not do policy the way he did When Joe Biden was vice president, the Obama administration made strides to normalize relations with Iran, a country that promised wipe Israel from the face of the Earth, and some are questioning whether a Biden administration would pursue the same path. Tropical storm iota forming in the Caribbean expected to strengthen into a major hurricane as it.

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"10 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And outdoor are going to be restricted to Onley 10 people and on Lee Outdoor dining will be allowed in this zone. Finally, there's three yellow zone, which is more of a precautionary zone. And that has the least restrictions. Schools can continue, but they have to have weekly Corona virus testing something which is new and gatherings are going to be limited to 25 people. Yeah, that's a lot to keep straight. How do you know if you live in one of these owns all of this sounds very confusing. It is very confusing. Immediately after Governor poem announced these new zones, it wasn't clear where the boundaries were. And after the press conference, the governor tweeted a Siri's of maps, but they looked really complicated and in looking at them, you could easily imagine a situation where you might live in one's own butt work or perhaps have a child. Those two school in another zone. Absolutely Jessica. How similar is this to the zip code closures that Mayor de Blasio announced on Sunday? Yeah, it's similar, but it's definitely not the same. Governor. Cuomo had criticized Mary Mayor Deb Audio's use of ZIP code, saying that wasn't precise enough. But Cuomo says he consulted with doctors and his map is based on the density of cases in each area. One big difference is that Governor Cuomo's plan has more schools closing by Friday. And City Hall says some of them may even close tomorrow, The affected schools won't shut down. They're going to switch to remote learning, which, of course, is a big undertaking on DH that will last for at least a couple weeks. City officials said they're still reviewing the state guidance and would be communicating with families soon. So I guess there's no shock here. But it sounds like the governor and the mayor maybe had some contradictory messages. Once again, how do they explain the differences? Yeah. Deja vu De Blasio kind of brushed it off, saying as long as they end up in the same place, that's all that matters and governor Cuomo said his map will be more useful because it's based on more refined data. But there were a lot of means on Twitter yesterday, making fun of how confusing this all is. The thing is these air, you know, really critical public health policies, and the changing guidance is extremely stressful for businesses and school communities. I was talking to one principle and he had to send two different updates to parents within one hour. I also had friends texting me late at night. Asking, you know is my school going to be closed? I don't know. And there's the challenge of child care and logistics. But there's also that whole other level of stress that comes from all of this mixed messaging. Yeah, and dealing with so many last minute changes and changes that are constantly changing. How are students and their parents taking this? Yeah, it's really hard. I talked to a mom named Jane Dina in Brooklyn. Her daughter's in second grade, and her school school is closed yesterday. Part of that first group of closures. Um, and she says her daughter was hysterically crying when she gave her the news. Here's what she had to say. I feel like is a parent. A total failure because, like, I don't know, even know what to tell my child that this week and and to not give not be ableto have your child trust you like Is probably the worst feeling in the world like not knowing what I have to give them or what what Tomorrow brings. And Dina also has a son in pre K. He is in a special education program and under Cuomo's plan, his school is going to quote was also on Friday, and that's really upsetting for her because her little boy regressed a lot last spring, and even with just a couple weeks back, he was already gaining ground. You know, he has nine therapy sessions a week, and she knows that she can't help him as much as his teachers. There has been pushed back in some religious communities as well. Jessica, What do we know about that so far? Yeah, well, as you mentioned there was this large protest in Borough Park overnight. A reporter on the scene tweeted photos of a man being taken to the hospital after reportedly after being hit with rocks, Um local leaders in the Assembly, State Assembly and City council who represent these areas with large Orthodox and Hasidic communities. Say these measures are draconian, and they said that the language single singling out the Orthodox Jews is very divisive and problematic, and Catholic leaders have also denounced the move, saying Catholic schools Should stay open because they serve so many essential workers and because they haven't had outbreaks. Okay, Liz, as we're trying to make sense of all of these color zones, when do these new restrictions go into effect? So. The governor said that localities have until Friday to impose the nudist new restrictions. But New York City Mayor De Blasio has said that he wants to start as early as today. So that means that city officials have to be conferring with state officials on what exactly these boundaries are because the city needs to notify schools and businesses. Okay. Well, there is a lot to absorb here. Thank you for joining us. Liz Kim, senior editor at Gothamist and Jessica Gould, WN Y sees education reporter. Thanks for joining us this morning. Thank you. Thanks and and you could find maps and.

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"10 people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Was just terrible people go out and get it now. Pete Morgan, make your Moylan great again. You could really take that. Like like me right now make my goatee. Great again. Bernie could be make make your wad quite again. You're ofwhat. Really? Tell him what you have right now. That's good. What Anyway, It was not your world. Where you going with this? I have a nice pair of sneakers. Are they ago? Bernie's making sneakers Great again. One guy would have to make great again because he's great every Tuesday. His body. It'll go Big Bo is going to stop by next poodle on Bernie and said, right after these words. Fire in Washington Heights 64. Partly cloudy in jeopardy down one time now what's trending on 77 w sand wnbc radio dot com. At least 10. People are reported hurt this morning to with life threatening injuries after fire broke out at a five story apartment building on West 158th Street in Washington Heights. Charges have been announced since against the mother of three Children left home alone. When fire broke out in their Burke of the new apartment on Monday. The Children in critical but stable condition. New York City's public elementary school students are back in the classroom. As of today, w ABC News Time is 7 32 that stuff out all one with traffic in transit in Mount Scott, Wait Suddenly, Avenue and accident there also on 78 in New Jersey. Westbound 100 exit 26 Pretty bad accident. There are a lot of rubber necking on the eastbound side. 27.

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"10 people" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Go in there with the 05 90 excited, excited, but I'm just excited came in hot coming in hot like I like the way my drive. My wife drives an SUV. Coming in the driveway like she's like a Vietnam pilot, she that's how she lands in SUV coming into the drive for aggressive She'll take out a flower. If she needs to know she'll take out a tree occasionally, But that's that's the wife. Watch your six. Yeah, Listen, Austin officials there now considering implementing civil penalties for anyone who does not wear a mask. During the Corona virus pandemic, and the governor supports this. In a letter addressed to Mayor Steve Adler, Abbott hinted at two items on the Austin City Council's agenda this morning. They meet at 10 o'clock by the way. On basically would enforce the governor's recent executive order requiring residents 10 years or older to wear a mask in public spaces that called those efforts necessary to protect public health. He goes on to say, As you know, these orders were created and adopted based on advice from medical experts. And if these orders are followed, we will be able to protect both public health and the livelihood of our citizens. Now. Another option on the table is a complete shutdown of 35 days or implementing some fines. The City Council meets a 10 they'll vote on a resolution that would allow a fine up to $2000. Or anyone violating the health authority rule, not wearing a mask are getting too close to people. A second resolution would allow the city to take civil action against any person who maintains a business or a sight. That does not comply with the minimum health standards such as cleaning high touch areas twice a day limited gatherings to 10 people or less and conducting health pre screening before the starts of a shift if you will, at a business Well, you know what? I don't know. First of all, if it's a minor that's not wearing a mask. What are they going to do? Find the parent $2000. That's a good question. If it's a teenager, I mean, if a 11 year old is out walking the streets, I guess they would get a citation of two grand. That seems kind of silly. I mean, it's still okay if you can exercise you know you're out walking or whatever on you could be, you know, you distance yourself. You can still do that without a mask. Well, it says in public spaces, public spaces, I would think that would mean the sidewalks along Congress Avenue, right? Maybe not your residential street. Well, I will tell you that I am seeing more people doing that, then not as far as wearing a mask. It's pretty much everywhere because it's even a public space or private space, right? I mean, the private spaces. Businesses are being told to follow these rules. The gems they at least where I go gold. I now have to wear a mask while I am working out on the treadmill or whatever you got right now, you might pass out, but you gotta wear it. And like, okay, I'll do it. I'll do it boy long here in everybody. Every single person I saw in that gym was wearing a mask. Let's go to Ray on the tide of Don show this morning, Ray. Good morning, Ray. Morning, guys how we all doing fine. Well, live pinion is like anything else. I think the mayor is going to try to close the city down, but I don't think the governor will let him I really don't believe you're gonna let him do that. It's not gonna be not good for the economy, too. You know that, And the other thing is OK. He shut down for 35 days. This virus has been around for a while. I mean, I know they want to slow it down. People not getting getting it, but It's still going to be there. It's almost like a bull. Be waiting for you after school. It's going. It's going to catch you if it's going to get going to get you, right. What do you think about a $2000? Fine if you're caught not wearing one in Austin? I think that is crazy History. I don't think we'll see a single case of that. You don't think so. Now, Wait. We already have You see somebody enforcing it? I mean, I'm saying they will go over. Hey, look, put your mask on you to be cautious, but I don't see anybody really enforcing it. I have good friends in law enforcement and I don't see they have the time. They got other things bigger to do. Then they'll tell somebody to put a mask on. I know this is well, it is if the police are not going to enforce it like you're saying That means that businesses don't have to enforce it either. Well, I think businesswoman forces because it is there. I don't think the police officers it is right now we're going with crisis of looting, and it's not doing is bad hearing and Austin is another another seeds, But I think the cops are like we've gotten better. We got other things to do than be literally telling somebody to put a mask on a restaurant. You're eating. They see you there. Hey, can you please have a mask on So I think if if you're in front of somebody, that's you know, that's running the business. Of course, they're going to come and tell you a mandatory in any restaurant. You go here in Austin. Now there is a big sign right in front of the door, saying that they will not serve you unless you have your mask on. And if people go in And they set down and they're not wearing masks. No business owner in this city wants to address those people. No business owners watch that These businesses actually want the police to enforce it so that they don't have to. They don't want videos. They don't want incidents inside their restaurants, right telling people to put on a mask. Not my order. Yeah, they don't. They don't want that kind of we shouldn't put that We shouldn't put that kind of pressure on our business owners, either. No, no, no, It's also if business owners don't want to enforce it. Now they're going to be required to by law on if you got police, as you say, that don't want to enforce it. Then then maybe the mayor should shut it down. Well, I mean, what's the mortality rate here? Travis County. Very luck. Okay. What's the population of traffic? Very high 1,000,000 1/2. So if you think about it, I get it. I understand this is a virus. It is severe. I mean, I know people. I have had it and I know people that have recovered on there going well, Unfortunately, we do have people here.

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"10 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"10 people or less. Other than those in South Florida and the keys. Most of the state's beaches have stayed open. Despite the sharp rise in covert 19 case numbers in March felt this way, but we've seen the demonstration. You know, doing things outdoors in Florida eyes less risky than doing things where you're packed, Endorsed Governor De Santis does say that people should keep their distance from each other and avoid large groups. The governor also agrees that people should wear masks to stop the Corona virus has spread. But he insists he won't order it across the state, saying local governments Khun Better decide that the state's top elected Democrat, agriculture commissioner, Nicky Free calls that a mistake. We have to make sure that we're all in this together. The master not to protect yourself is to protect those around you. And so we're all doing this. Either we can help stop the spread of it and really slow it down. Free says that can't happen. 11 town or a county requires masks, but neighboring ones do not. You should have access to the state's unemployment website going into the weekend. It refused to work. One user said it trapped him in the states virtual waiting room on ly to kick him out. My nerves were like through the roof yesterday. I've never wanted to throw a laptop before and yesterday was probably the first time I wanted to do that. Yesterday was probably the biggest hang up that I've had. With the system. Russ Burdette spoke to news Channel eight in Tampa. The Department of Economic Opportunity, said the site would go back online Sunday, a date usually not available with Florida's news. I'm John my question. The Ron Burgundy podcast is your chance to listen to the most distinguished newscaster of all time. Try to fit the facts of the day into his head. When did this happen? You will listen to him Laugh. You will listen to him Cry you will listen to him. Do this. We either have to get out of here or I'll have to eat someone. All three seasons of the Ron Burgundy podcast are available to binge now find the Ron Burgundy podcast on the I Heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Thanks for calling from Kiev. How can we help you? I heard that friendly Kia is the number one volume Kia dealer from here to l. A. Yes. And that your keys are priced upto $5000 less than other dealers. Yes. And then I could get a sweet deal on the new Kia Telluride right now. Over the phone. Yes..

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"10 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"10 people" Discussed on WGN Radio

"About weekends, the people who will be killed by gun violence in Chicago. Last weekend, 10 people were shot dead. The numbers for the month of June, a shocking 80% 80% more murders this June than last. The worst of it is thinking about the Children in the past two weeks, five teenagers a 10 year old, a three year old and a two year old were shot dead. Two year old in his car baby seat killed by a bullet intended for his father. Has bad and dispiriting as killing is the most frightening thing is that nobody is making any progress towards stopping it. Night in Mayor Lightfoot nor her police chief knows how to stop it. A few days ago, President Trump in his pugnacious way sounded off on Sir Concho. You said a letter to Mayor like saying quote since a successful for mill has escaped you. I am willing to help you make Chicago safe in her pugnacious way, she responded. Quote. I don't need leadership lessons from Donald Trump. And now the Chicago Tribune is sounding off. Telling the mayor quote. If Trump wants to make a public show of helping distressed neighborhoods. You should pursue the offer because it's the Tribune talking and the gun violence is so serious. Maybe she will pursue the offer. Good. I'm Walter Jacobson. And that's my perspective for more visit w T on radio dot com or download wg and radio app. You know, if you put ketchup on your hot dog, you're gonna get chased out of town. Fourth of July weekend. You're cooking dogs. What are the perfect ingredients to put on your dog? The owner of America's.

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