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Fresh update on " news" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:42 sec | 48 min ago

Fresh update on " news" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"His radio K O. B. J on Patrick Osborne Topping Austin's News Austin Public Health says the coded vaccine should be arriving very soon. Travis County Health Authority Mark S. Scott says the younger and healthier you are the lower you'll be prioritized forgetting it. Healthcare workers. First responders are nursing home staff Look at me the highest crime rate. CDC also classifies the homeless college students and certain ethnic groups as those of high priority as well as the elderly, So it's likely the city could give them preferences well. Thinks mid July will be when an excess supply may become available. AUSTIN police say a man who was shot late last month in a road rage incident has died. Omar Mongia was hit by gunfire and crash near Riverside Mon topless. Just this week, A PD said there'd been a least four dozen cases of road rage reported since January, some of which have ended an injury or death. And early voting underway now for the Austin Council run offs in District six incoming Jimmy Flanagan, trying to hold his seat against Mackenzie Kelly and in district 10, Alison Alter, hoping to beat back a challenge from Jennifer Bearden and Election Day is December 15th.

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"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:21 min | 1 d ago

"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I next week again. It's December. The 10th. We're expecting that from some. We hope it's a thumbs up. Both companies have said their vaccines or at least 94% effective. So you know, once the FDA gives final approval missteps already of the ship So it should be arriving before you know it. This big issue in Kent County can county water Authority says the water bills there are accurate. Some of the recipients might different with that his Courtney Carter from 12 News, Kent County Water Authority customers say in recent months, the cross of using water shot up tub new spoke last month to secretary of Centerville Condos and war Captain DeCaro about her bill. She says she saw a 500% increase. It went from $600. 2 36 $100, but apparently she wasn't the only one. On Tuesday, The water board held a public meeting, addressing the concerns of many saying they wanted to show transparency. The water authorities saying they have been getting at least 30 to 40 complaint. Emails per day. There was 447 complaints. 353 of those were from carpentry, the water authorities, executive director David Simons says All of the accounts have been reviewed in an eight step process over 400 of those Registered correct use, and the bills were found as accurate. There have been a small number of call them leaks that were Identified saying they even sent out a letter to customers explaining their system and process, including the fact that they installed new meters which did not bring up prices and that the bills were generated. Correctly and then distributed to the customers. I reached out to the car and response to the meeting, and she said she's not buying it, but feels like she has no choice. I don't know. I guess we have to go by what they said. They told us it is what it is. You can go on a pane of plan. I just find it very alarming. That it happened to so many people now the water authority says they're hiring a public relations firm to help with customers, and if customers don't have any questions or concerns, they can give them a call. As Courtney Carter from 12 News. It's 10 minutes after seven.

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Fresh "12 News" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:37 min | 48 min ago

Fresh "12 News" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Solving the apparent murder of a nurse found shot to death in her car last evening Long Interstate 4 40 southwestern downtown Nashville. Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Guys will slowly clear tonight in Oklahoma City. When this guy's do clear we should drop on Dad around 26 27 for a low the winds will diminish from the West. Ah, good Friday, Saturday and Sunday stretch a little cold in the mornings, lots of frost around but generally fairly light winds and a lot of sunshine 54 for Friday. 54 for Saturday and about 52 on Sunday again, the lack of really strong winds. So that'll be nice. And all those evenings will be chilly. Those address for that with the dry air perhaps some sixties, the middle of next week from the pole born Storm Center. I'm Mike Morgan. On the air and online at Katie okay dot com Use radio 1000 Katie, Okay, Oklahoma's first news. Hi away just £1.1 ounce of birth. She was one of about 380,000 babies born prematurely in.

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"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:17 min | Last week

"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"We'll see if they enforce that houses of worship, 25% capacity and a max of 125 people. Colleges will have no one person learning. Bars and bar areas and restaurants. This is going to hurt some people that's closed. And Jim's will be close to this all begins on Monday, the 30th of November. So if you've got reservations for Thanksgiving dinner, she's going, she says that most convey honored She said. Use your head about it to, you know, keep your mask on when you're not eating or drinking. And keep your social distance about you, too. So Hitting the pause button, and it all starts on the 30th of the month, households and families fueling the corona virus transmission in Rhode Island. That's according to some data, according to Tim White, Target 12 and 12 News. In October, the state of Rhode Island signed a $9.7 million contract with Salesforce, a division of IBM to help conduct covert 19 contact tracing on Wednesday, IBM released data Governor General Mondo is using to make policy decisions during the pandemic. Here's what the data shows of 4100 people contacted 42% of transmission likely happen among family members or in the same household. Arrest 58% happened through community spread delving into community spread further. IBM says 36% likely happened at work 26% at settings like restaurants and bars and 11% at recreational sites like churches, parks in sports settings, notably absent from the data schools. A Department of Health spokesperson acknowledged there is no school section of the data set. But says teachers and staff who become infected would likely fall under the workplace category. Regardless, the governor and state health officials have repeatedly said schools are not a major source of spread. No, because we do have data that's pretty clear that it's not theirs in a spread in school contact tracing itself has come into question as the virus has become so widespread. It's becoming increasingly difficult to track people down. Several people tell Target 12. They weren't never contacted by the state after testing positive, and others say they took it upon themselves to reach out to people they had close contact with Tim White Target 12 and 12 News. Kathy Greg in The Providence Journal today, says frustration puzzlement that even now nursing home staff Are only required to test for covert once every 14 days and a clear disconnect between expectations greeted the head of the Rhode Island covert fighting effort on Thursday marriages. Army members, the House oversight Committee. Meeting for the very first time in months. Asked state health director Dr Nicolai look Dent Alexander Scott. Why a waitress at a neighborhood restaurant was never notified by the state's contact tracing team that a co worker had tested positive. While the superintendent of a small Catholic school could not get answers from the Rhode Island Department of Health for days on end on what to do Why cities and towns can't get firm dates on when to expect their shot of the coronavirus relief aid, the devastation at Rhode Island's nursing homes early in the pandemic and more recent signs of a new spike through some of the most pointed questions, apparently so a lot of questions over covert testing at nursing homes it's now 7 40. Let's go to the roadways.

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Fresh update on " news" discussed on Our American Stories

Our American Stories

01:21 min | 49 min ago

Fresh update on " news" discussed on Our American Stories

"Amazon, Alexa. Director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe, warning Thursday. China is now the biggest threat to the U. S. And too much of the world. Ratcliffe spoke to. Fox news dot com China is the on Lee Country capable of challenging American supremacy across the board supply chain issues. Foreign investment CYBER issues five G. China is the only country that threatens American supremacy. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs echoed that view as well. Even NATO is shifting its focus beyond Russia. The Chinese Communist Party continues its crackdown on Hongkong's pro democracy activists, jailing 24 year old Joshua Wang, Agnes Chow and 26 year old Ivan Lamb, who have endured solitary confinement and were sentenced to prison this week for organizing peaceful protests with Jennifer Griffin. The State Department says it is limiting visas for members of the Chinese Communist Party and their family man. Was for past nefarious activities. A resignation yesterday had the White House White House communications director Elissa Farah, is leaving the White House, she says to pursue new opportunities. Sarah has led the White House communications team since April. Before that. She was a press secretary for the Pentagon and Press secretary for vice president Pence in a statement, she says it's been an honor to work with the team that Operation Warp speed the administration's effort to develop a covert 19 vaccine in Washington. Jared Halpern, Fox News Southwest Airlines again warning nearly 7000 workers could lose their jobs and less labor unions accept concessions to help the airline cope with a sharp drop in travel. We're asking for pay cuts of around 10% in exchange for a promise of no furloughs next year, police in Nashville asking for the public's help in solving the apparent murder of a nurse found shot to death in her car last evening along Interstate 4 40, southwest of downtown Nashville. Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Monday on CBS. Michael Weatherly is Bull. That's my name. I'm not a lawyer. I'm an expert in what's called trial science. Figuring out with state of the jury is what I do, man. Talk about pressure and a new case will be one of the toughest December phase. That's what turns him on his intuition. We will track down every piece of evidence is all that matters. Where you gonna be. Oh, We're going to try. Michael Weatherly is Bull Monday. 10 9 Central on CBS. Zen Dust makes.

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"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"See how we can get to the end of the year without some additional restrictions. In her weekly interview with 12 News Governor Genera Mondo would not yet say whether she'll be announcing a Thanksgiving stay at home order at her press briefing on Thursday. Could anything change that decision before you announce it on Thursday? It sounds like that's where we're headed. You know, the like, he said. We have to make some additional changes. You know? Like you see, the mayor of Providence, put the social gathering limit down to five. I certainly support that. The thing that's weighing on me is closing businesses and I am going to do everything I can to avoid that or put it off a long as possible. But I may not have that option. Given the trend that we're on with hospitalizations. The latest data shows hospitalizations have now climbed to 265, the highest they've been since mid May. As the state now readies field hospitals in both Cranston and Providence so he could open the next week. We could open them the following week. It's it's definitely in the next couple of weeks. To be sure, and we're going to need both of them. Despite the second wave of cases and calls from teachers unions to pause in person learning, the governor said she is not considering ordering all Rhode Island schools to move to distance learning. There are studies which show there's no correlation. Between when schools are open in person and the rate of spread. So at this point, I just the date is not there, and I know the kids deserve and need to be in school and on the vaccine from the governor says she reached out to executives advisor to see if the state could be part of its pilot program. And while she says it does not mean that the state will receive the vaccine any sooner, she does believe it will give Rhode Island a leg up in planning. It's Kim Clooney in from 12 News. Good morning. It's 10. After seven o'clock in this time to swing back into the traffic.

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Fresh update on " news" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 min | 49 min ago

Fresh update on " news" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"This is not simple. This is criminal stuff. This is very bad criminal self. This week. Bar told The Associated Press that federal investigators have not seen widespread evidence of election fraud. The president says they haven't looked hard enough. When he looks. He'll see the kind of evidence that right now you're seeing in the Georgia Senate Republican elections. Officials in Georgia have flatly denied Mr Trump's charges and say simply that he lost the state. Another airline is making plans to buy Boeing 7 37 Max jets and healthy put the grounded fleet back in the air. Ryanair is purchasing 75 Max jets to take to the skies next summer. Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun welcomes the support from Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary remain proud of the product. We have the utmost faith in this product. We could not be happier with this statement of support from Michael and Ryan, a routine This is the largest order of the jet since it was grounded. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s..

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"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | Last month

"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Governor Mondo saying Rhode Island will stay in phase three until the vaccine arrives. Mohr from 12 News is Kim Colonia was June 29th. When the governor made the announcement today. Everyone wants to know course the news is. Are you going to move us to phase three? The answer's yes. Rhode Island has stayed in phase three ever since and during her weekly interview on 12 news. Now it formed, the governor says that's not going to change anytime soon. As much as I would love to relax these regulations. I just I'm confident. That's not the right thing to do. We have to stay where we are in Phase three. And just hold on for a few more months until we have the vaccine. But despite an uptick in daily cases and hospitalizations, reaching their highest level since June, the governor says We're not going to move backwards either. So we're not there yet, in fact, not close to being there, but I will say this cam. It's not the trend we want to say, and I would ask what Islanders to try to be a little bit more careful. I was with Dr Burkes. This afternoon, she visited Rhode Island. We were together at Ur Ur I I and and what what we're we're seeing seeing here here were were saying saying she's she's seeing seeing all all over over the the country, country, which which is is it's it's it's it's small small family family gatherings. gatherings. Small Small group gatherings. Maybe coffee after church. Maybe having a few friends over for dinner. We get relaxed. We don't wear wear masks. That's what we're seeing here is what we think is driving this increase, she says. The good news is the state's test. Positive rate is still under 2% and Rhode Island is testing a lot. Add to that testing regiment. The governor herself who's previously on Ly been tested twice once after her massless appearance at this June rally Now following President Trump's diagnosis that's going to change director of the Department of Health has suggested that I probably should get into a regular cadence. And so we are going to be doing that she was she'll advise me is too how regular that Caden should be.

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Fresh "12 News" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:37 sec | 50 min ago

Fresh "12 News" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"To Fox News. Mm hmm. From the mosque, Nissan Traffic Center on the interstate, You're going to see I 75 with construction in both directions between the summon Expressway off rampant state road, 60 and Brandon expect to be a little bit cautious. Getting through there also on 118th Avenue north, both sides of the road. We have limited lanes between 2 75 and us 19 tonight and on the westbound side of the Howard Franklin as you approached the Panella side. Around mile marker. 34. The right lane is ConEd off for construction as well. Steve Foster News radio WFLD. They got some clouds moving in off the Gulf of Mexico ahead of a cold front milder this evening. No thanks to a surface flow from the East..

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Raimondo: RI will stay in Phase 3 until vaccine

Ron St. Pierre

01:58 min | Last month

Raimondo: RI will stay in Phase 3 until vaccine

"Governor Mondo saying Rhode Island will stay in phase three until the vaccine arrives. Mohr from 12 News is Kim Colonia was June 29th. When the governor made the announcement today. Everyone wants to know course the news is. Are you going to move us to phase three? The answer's yes. Rhode Island has stayed in phase three ever since and during her weekly interview on 12 news. Now it formed, the governor says that's not going to change anytime soon. As much as I would love to relax these regulations. I just I'm confident. That's not the right thing to do. We have to stay where we are in Phase three. And just hold on for a few more months until we have the vaccine. But despite an uptick in daily cases and hospitalizations, reaching their highest level since June, the governor says We're not going to move backwards either. So we're not there yet, in fact, not close to being there, but I will say this cam. It's not the trend we want to say, and I would ask what Islanders to try to be a little bit more careful. I was with Dr Burkes. This afternoon, she visited Rhode Island. We were together at Ur Ur I I and and what what we're we're seeing seeing here here were were saying saying she's she's seeing seeing all all over over the the country, country, which which is is it's it's it's it's small small family family gatherings. gatherings. Small Small group gatherings. Maybe coffee after church. Maybe having a few friends over for dinner. We get relaxed. We don't wear wear masks. That's what we're seeing here is what we think is driving this increase, she says. The good news is the state's test. Positive rate is still under 2% and Rhode Island is testing a lot. Add to that testing regiment. The governor herself who's previously on Ly been tested twice once after her massless appearance at this June rally Now following President Trump's diagnosis that's going to change director of the Department of Health has suggested that I probably should get into a regular cadence. And so we are going to be doing that she was she'll advise me is too how regular that Caden should be.

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"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Than a dozen gathered in front of police officers and barricades. Protesters. Also gathered in Providence is Burnside Park Wednesday night, 22 year old Miguel Sanchez joined the crowd to call for police reform and racial justice. This is our community's. This is where we live. This is where we need to be heard. We need to put pressure on the local officials, and we need to be known that that stuff would not be tolerated in our city. Ah, a night of solidarity and Providence to keep Briana Taylor's name alive and hopes that change will come. The people who killed Briana Talent should be arrested. Those three cops would go to jail for prison for life. The protest ended in Memorial Park right around 10 30. It dispersed. Peacefully. Kentucky's attorney general said Wednesday that two different ballistics reports had different conclusions that made it unclear which police officer shot their gun at. Bronek Taylor, killing her. Is a bit from 12 news 10 minutes past six o'clock time to jump back into the traffic center and check on the flow of things with Jon Hamm. Buddies front tow us by Del For some roadwork, starting at a little bit later on this morning, you had some time to prepare until a 31 14 north kind of 1 95 westbound in these providence for and we're getting through on 1 14 through the East Bay 1 95 out of the Providence You see, conquered Swan's fall River as well across the Braga Bridge Looks good with your Southern New England Traffic jam. John Hamlet. When you talk to Adele Technologies advisor you get someone who understands there's an art to listen in on can provide small.

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"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

18:13 min | 2 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"79 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Visit them Akiko dot com or call 109 47 Botto. I'm CBS 12 News chief meteorologist Aaron Christiansen as we head through our Tuesday evening. Partly cloudy skies stay with us slim 10% Chance for rain. Most of us will be staying dry, though. Wind from the Southeast up to 10, MPH and lows will range from 75 up to 80 degrees. Always get your go to with the new $10 tastemaker from Pizza Hut, a large pizza with 23 toppings for just $10 Choose contactless delivery or curbside. Pick up a pizza dot com right iron, some locations. Time off for availability. Contact. Curbside delivery areas charged minimum very delivery charge. Not back tomorrow, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties, says Sonny, one of 79. Just It's always sunny in Jensen Beach when you're listening to one of 79. Seizing Kill. Two. You missed. Imagine But Not even a commercial breaking Sonny. One of 79. It's Tracy with Tom Patty. Back down Bad Dan Gates. Back ground. Keep this world from dragging me down Bad, Dan. Right? World keeps pushing you around. Dan. Damn Damn nine, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties songs you grew up with, like this one. Way. Go now. Go now. Good. I knew that I wouldn't So good. You feel good. I got you. No can do you know. Children. So nice. No. Do you know? Then I'll be back. So nice that I knew that I wouldn't do that. Good, but I got you.

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"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

20:58 min | 2 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Applies enrollment in equal billing, auto pay required equipment installations. Since he's extra subject to change. I'm CBS 12 News chief meteorologist Aaron Christiansen as we head through our evening. Scattered showers and a few isolated storms will continue as a tropical disturbance. Moves towards South Florida. It will cross into the Gulf of Mexico over the course of the weekend, where it may develop into a depression. Either way, gusting winds and some heavy rain expected all the way through Saturday. Acts try craft P three portable protein packs a snack with up to 13 G of protein from three delicious ingredients, meat, cheese and nuts. Because three is better than one p three is packaged, inconvenient on the go container. So if you have a hectic commute or need a boost of energy three is there to help you take on the day back some more of the earliest. To the A T O gnarly. It's an all eighties weekend sunny one of 79. Hey, baby. Wait. Wait. It's very way. I will never forget. Great to see you. Are you a small business wanting to let your patrons know that you are open accepting business? Well, we're giving away 5 $20,000 Advertising awards from Hubbard, Radio, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches are you gonna do? Is enter your business. Small business right now at sunny 179 dot com to win Every time I think of you, I always catch up on your way. One Circles and, oh, I can almost Travelling long distance lines and right Tonight. I don't know how this without becoming looks like losing. Trying on its down tonight. Nobody played more music than Sonny. One of 79 Love eighties Lewis, Michael Jackson. I want some eighties music, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. Like Because God has been in the 11 is a I love this. Run. Never quit. Oh, my gosh. Thes Greatest hits of the eighties are bodacious. I want some eighties music. The greatest hits off just like your glamour shots. It's an all eighties weekend on Sonny, one of 79. Has a nice feather boa and I know I just want Just just No more straws at Starbucks. When you pull in those green signature straws are gone. Now they have opted for a lid. That kind of looks like a sippy cup. But the cool thing is they.

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"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:54 min | 3 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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Virtual summit hopes to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19 in Rhode Island

Ron St. Pierre

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Virtual summit hopes to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19 in Rhode Island

"Help small businesses impacted by covert 19 here in the ocean state, Gina Marini from Target 12 and 12 News with story It's no secret that small businesses have been severely impacted by covert 19. In fact, data taken from a small business pulse survey by the U. S census from August 23rd through the 29th. Shows a national average of businesses that had a large negative effect from the pandemic was at about 33%. Now he won. Rhode Island businesses surveyed report 6% higher In the national average. We're hearing from the small businesses. I need help now whether it's financial, whether it's guidance with social media, Paula Fleming from the BBB, says the summit features industry experts and thought leaders covering various topics all centred around professional and personal growth for small business owners and hope to help small business owners. Take that crucial step back to rethink about about their business plan in their business model and leave with some actionable steps to make their businesses better. The event is four hours and includes 10 speakers, but Fleming says You don't need to stay through the entire thing so you can just go long Look at the agenda. See what fits you with your business model. What you learn, like to learn more about and then on the top as of Tuesday morning, Fleming said there were 50 businesses already signed up and anticipates more than 200 for the event. Registration is required. But it's free head to our Web site. Tpp Ryan dot com. For more info Gina Marini from

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"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:51 min | 3 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Save you money which will make you use that smile. Ah, whole lot more to find a guy Go agent near you physic Geico dot com slash local I'm CBS 12 News chief meteorologist Aaron Christian sentence We head through our Tuesday evening. Mostly cloudy skies continue to bring a 50% chance for some scattered showers and isolated storms. Heavy rain is possible in the year. The storms that do materialize when from the Southeast up to 10, MPH and an overnight low anywhere from 75 to 80 degrees. Have you seen you pavement markings and enhance signing that really crossings in your area? That's all part of the Florida Department of Transportation's operations, tried Rail safety initiative to improve safety at real crosses. The department's efforts are ongoing. So follow if Donald social Media for more updates and always drive safe. Tomorrow, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties nineties. This's Sonny, one of 79. She said. It's cold. Always. We'll be fine. Away. You got a better color believes he's got. Where's the moon? Lost the way She believes that life wasn't made up on the wall took out three days. Go away, wait outside. Sonny, one of 79 the greatest hits of the seventies, eighties and nineties. Their words are really clear. You don't want to go want a chance. What chance do you Sure some.

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"12 news" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Slavitt. Meanwhile, the president wore a mask yesterday for the first time in public before the cameras four months into this health crisis that's killed more than 134,000 Americans. Plus what did the creator of P Valley say? Two executives who worried about too much nudity on the new Lulu show? I reminded them that this is a show. Set in a strip club so women will be stripping it's Sunday, July 12 news next Fly from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. Transmissions, Hospitalizations and deaths from the Corona virus are rising in several states. Both Florida and California say yesterday brought more than another 15,000 new cases each. Across the country Saturday brought more than 61,000 new infections. Admiral Brett Giroir of the White House Corona virus Task Force says prepare for fatalities to go up to Even though the death rate if you get it is going down. Your chances of surviving are much better. We do expect us to go up. If you have more cases, more hospitalizations. We do expect to see that over the next two or three weeks before this turns around to help turn it around, Giroir tells ABC is this week, 90% of people in hot spot should be wearing masks in public. Bars should be closed and restaurants need to limit capacity, he says. While testing is going up, so, too, is the positivity rate. At the same time, the Trump Administration continues to push schools to open their doors in the fall. But NPR's Amy held reports teachers say they fear for their safety. 1/4 of all teachers are at a higher risk of becoming seriously sick from covert 19 according to the Kaiser Family Foundation report. But Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos told CNN the stance of the federal government remains clear. Kids need to be back in school. What's not clear, experts say is a blueprint for safe re opening or fun. Nning for protective measures. There is nothing in the data that would suggest that kid's being back in school is dangerous to them. The data show Children are by and large spared the worst of covert 19. But they're not immune. And much remains unknown about how they spread the virus. Many districts are planning to continue to rely, at least in part on virtual learning. Amy Health NPR News Portions of the popular Arizona Trail will be closed to the public beginning tomorrow, so the Trump administration can finish building a border wall in the area for member station, Cage's E. Mitchell Moresco reports. The U. S government has several ongoing border wall projects throughout the Arizona and now it's about to begin a two mile long stretch in the watch Yuka Mountains and cutting across the southernmost edge of the 800 mile trail. Matty Nelson is executive director of the Arizona Trail Association in nonprofit organization aimed to protecting the trails. We recommended a variety of mitigation measures, including using virtual fence technology or naturalized in the area after the border wall was built. But neither one of those fit into CDs plans. The old barbed wire fence that serves as the only barrier to Mexico in the region will be replaced with 30 footballer style walls as well is lighting cameras and a border road for NPR news. I mean, chilled Mariscal. This is NPR. Live from the news. I'm Queen Kim is California moves to grant early release to thousands of people in prisons across the state because of covert 19 outbreaks groups that helped them re enter society. A calling for more state support. Kate Wolf has more On Friday, State officials announced that as many as 8000 people would be released from prisons across California in order to slow the spread of Cove in 19. Corrections officials say they're trying to leverage state and federal resource is Tau house people when they get out. But groups that help people come back to society after a long prison terms, say it's not clear where that housing will be. And that shelter is only one of the many challenges of reentry. Cockney Kim is with the Bay Area freedom. Collective employment is going to be Difficult because I think it's difficult for everybody right now. But for people coming out of prison, we have all the added barriers of having the record and Having to deal with that stigma, Kim says community and volunteer groups are often relied on to transport people and helped them meet basic needs when they get out of prison officials estimate that 4800 people could be eligible for release by the end of July. I'm Kate Wolf. Kick your Edie News. Oakland City officials are closing the streets near Lake Merritt on weekends to ease overcrowding and make more room for folks looking to get outside. During the pandemic. Shen Inland has more starting this weekend, beginning 7 30 in the morning to 11 at night, Parts of Lakeshore and Bellevue Avenue and El Embarcadero will be closed to traffic. Pedestrians and bikers will be allowed to enter, but parking along the lake is not permitted. 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"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:39 min | 5 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Most shirts. Thankfully, biking really embraces vest culture So I feel accepted Gago Motorcycle 15 minutes could save you 15%. I'm CBS 12 news chief meteorologist Aaron Christian Sentence We head through our Tuesday evening. Mostly cloudy skies bring a 40% chance that you'll still want that umbrella. If you do head out our overnight lows, staying above average in the upper seventies, too near 80 degrees to start our Wednesday low nineties by the afternoon, but it will feel anywhere from 100 to 105 with a 50% chance rain will cool all your favorite song from Madonna. I would not and more all in one place the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. It makes you feel good play on Sonny, one of 79 Now. We go. Dream maker love taker. Don't you mess around with BR The greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties Sunny window 79 No problem. Stay hands. Here. Stop feeling so quickly. I guess I did. It wasn't easy changing. Forget shaking so much. And I realize they're a duo. I realized the lead singer usually gets first billing in a name. That's why it's Hall and Oates. What a votes was actually the singer it was home..

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"12 news" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:56 min | 10 months ago

"12 news" Discussed on AP News

"Some residents are paddling canoes kayaks and fishing boats down the streets as they check on their homes Iran is Sanders is wondering if it's time to run from her home telling W. J. TV 12 news in Jackson I'm really worried you know and it's a lot to lose because as a those people down there are no data lost a lot of stuff in the houses you know the National Weather Service is Nicholas banners says some areas are going to get more range does look to be about an inch to 2 inches possible in the next 3 days governor Tate Reeves says it'll be days before parts of his state or out of the woods as he puts it and flood waters start to recede I read a fall late

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"12 news" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"12 news" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Hours there are now three confirmed human cases of west Nile virus in LA in Orange County this summer the newest case is the Tustin woman in her fifties in July one person in the San Fernando Valley and another in the southeastern part of LA county tested positive this week in county vector control found traps with infected mosquitoes in Carson Northridge receita and signal hello we had a great start to the west Nile virus season this summer and that's probably due to the cooler temperatures that are summer experience our first detection of west Nile virus in our district was in Long Beach and that happened sometime in the middle of July and I use Medina de is is with the greater Los Angeles county vector control district she says they also found it in bellflower west Nile virus is endemic there is no vaccine and there is no cure LA county public health estimates ten thousand people in the area contract west Nile virus each year but the cases go unreported because most people have mild or no symptoms Emily Valdez KNX ten seventy newsradio there's been a legal challenge to a new Tennessee law on voter registration several voter registration groups what a federal judge to block Tennessee's new restrictions for signing up voters from taking effect in October the new law is the first nationally to find groups for too many incomplete voter registration forms Tennessee's Republican secretary of state has argued such penalties will improve election security opponents say the law is intended to limit voter registration by minorities Jim chrysalis CBS news is the American business model about to undergo a foundational change in a new report a powerful group of CEOs is suggesting that it is a shareholder comes first philosophy has for years been the mantra of the business roundtable but a new report from the group acknowledges that while the.

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"12 news" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"12 news" Discussed on Here & Now

"Tonight. During the peak of the percy meteor shower the perseus happen every year in august and many say it's the best meteor shower of the year joining us now by skype is kelly beatty senior editor at sky and telescope by kelly jeremy so this meteor shower happens every single year. What causes is it. You know it's very predictable because this time every year earth crosses the path of a common cold swift tuttle now the comet isn't anywhere near around on but all the little particles spread out on its orbit. We collide with those those andrew r. atmosphere burn up and those are what we see is the proceed meteors and are are they visible all across the country as long as there are clear skies. They certainly are visible all around the world and you know it's not just tonight if you have to be cloudy audi tonight you can. You know camp tomorrow night as well and they'll still be some. I saw some meteors about a week ago now. That wasn't the peak but it's still the proceeds is it was pretty cool to see them however kelly now we're getting to a almost full moon. Is that going to cut down. The amount of meteors people can see it sure. Where will you know. The moon is our friend in our foe. When it comes to observing a it's almost a full moon and it's light will just dazzle us and flood the night night sky with moonlight that will wash out the fainter meteors now. You're still going to see some. You'll see the brightest ones but those will be fewer and so it just requires a little more patients. What is the best time to get out there and look for these meteors..

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"12 news" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"12 news" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"That classes were suspended for a day in February. So the entire academy could focus on the problem. I'm white moss. It's eleven forty eight valley sixty five degrees dry, but we are. Effecting? Some storms overnight. A World War Two who tougher a longtime lawmaker has died. John was one of the nation's longest serving native American elected officials. He was a New Mexico state Senator since one thousand nine hundred seventy six but long before that he was also one of the fame Navajos code talkers of World War, Two it were military radio man who translated American coordinates and messages into an indecipherable code based on the novel. Whole language John piddle was ninety four years old. Tom Foty, CBS news. Severe storms are hammering sections of the mid west. Once again, some residents be told to search for higher ground, severe thunderstorms heavy rainfall and more flooding possible across much of the central US, and then two parts of the Ohio valley and the mid Atlantic over the long holiday weekend. Bedier allergists Derek van dam says, we're in the midst of a very active weather patterns a day alone. We have another moderate risk of flash flooding across Kansas and into the Texas and Oklahoma panhandle were centering in on that location because this is really the battleground between the two seasons. We've got spring or even late winter across the west and full on summer over the east. And when you get those two air masses colliding you see the eruption of showers and thunderstorms over the central parts of the country. In fact, we have over twenty million Americans with a flash flood watches warnings or advisories. President Trump has declared a state of emergency in Oklahoma because of flooding record high temperatures are expected in the deep south. I'm Anne Cates. It's eleven fifty. Summer's all on. Okay. Unofficially. And with it high expectations from those hoping to benefit from a good season, I'm David Madden. That's coming up in the next five minutes on. Hey, y w. Audi Devon, we're driven to please our customers. And now we're ranked number one in customer satisfaction. We have hundreds of new Audi's to choose from, like the all new twenty nineteen Audi q eight and our Audi Devin advantage, if you sell her benefits like same day service, and more. Come see why we're the only Audi dealer in the mid Atlantic named magnet. Elite Audis top honor, Audi Devon born in Germany. Perfected in Devon online at Audi Devon dot com based on two thousand eighteen Audi CSI scores. See dealer for details on did you know, septa moves more people in less space than individual cars, reducing traffic congestion and air pollution read easy this weekend by riding septa plan your trip. I sipped a Philly dot com. Eight point one w. Nobody.

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"12 news" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"12 news" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kooks lost of michigan state yet terrible story man um that he committed suicide yesterday in pullman he didn't show up for practice and they went to his apartment and found him so that is obviously may no rift in there that's terrible story kid had a future and he was slated to start in 2018 for michael each so big time bummer they're just obviously thoughts and prayers the washington state cougar family and the alinsky family i saw the andrew baguley was tweeting out that he knew them i guess there are so cal kid at sucks man yeah so i i really don't have any big rift say other than just to alert you of that and then other pac 12 news is a big day for the pac 12 florida apple florida atlantic university the home of the owls the home of lane kiffan there are athletic director pat chun is reportedly going to take the gig at washington state bill moose left thick that job as athletic director at nebraska and he got scott frost so pat chun is going to be the athletic director at washington state why do i bring this up he'll be the first asian athletic director at a power five school that's pretty cool pat chun i'm a big fan of pats in general never heard of an asian name pat so i'm all in with pat chun lane kiffan just getting people higher left and right like you read about incredible day go ahead and snatch ease up eight awakaned br eight oic thanks buddy i really appreciate you so there's a little pac 12 news and it continues on kevin someone i'm really fond of kevin someone he did big things at the university of houston and then obviously took the job at texas anm and johnny footballing kenny trail and all those things myles garrett tunnel offensive lineman came out of their jake matthews at cetera he took he had his opening press conference his introductory press conference down at arizona yesterday and i think he's going to do incredible things i mean as much as arizona can do right i don't expect him to go out and compete for.

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