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"Medical need and is in short supply Last night in Buffalo A church service where the ten people killed at a top supermarket almost a week ago Today the first funeral for the victims will be held family Friends and parishioners will say goodbye to 67 year old church deacon Hayward Patterson a grand jury has indicted the 18 year old suspect on a first degree murder charge Another state is expected to enact a strict abortion law ahead of a Supreme Court decision that could overturn roe V wade Lawmakers in Oklahoma have passed a bill outlawing abortions from the moment of conception Republican Wendy stearman voted in favor If you allow the 6 weeks then you are condoning abortion up to that point and science tells us that the moment of fertilization is when the DNA is created Governor stitt is expected to sign the legislation a Boeing space taxis en route to the International Space Station three Two And liftoff The star liner launched from cape canaveral last night it's a make or break unmanned mission with the ultimate goal of flying astronauts to the ISS S&P futures up 47 This is CBS News Need to hire quality candidates fast you need indeed their powerful hiring platform helps you attract interview and higher candidates all in one place visit indeed dot com slash credit 5 O three Friday morning may 20th and it's going to be a hot one Humid too with highs into the low 90s today Good morning I'm Bruce Allen along with Joan Jones and here are the top local stories we're following for you this hour The school year is almost over but coronavirus cases and schools are spiking More and more local students are testing positive for the virus compared to in January We've seen an increased number of outbreaks occurring in schools Doctor Ben Schwartz with the fairfax county health department says nearly 4000 students in the county tested positive for COVID this month This week there were over 40 schools that were experiencing new outbreaks In Montgomery county more than 3000 cases in schools have been reported in the past ten days and D.C. says last month at school system had 451 cases during the week of April 24th the highest since the end of the winter surge Nick I Nelly news Over the last two weeks overall cases are up more than a 100% in D.C. and Maryland and up 63% in Virginia The number of people hospitalized with COVID in our region is slowly increasing but deaths from the virus remain.
"40 schools" Discussed on WTOP
"News from WTO 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO Eagle three now on its Tuesday morning the 10th of May gorgeous sunshine for you this morning a bit breezy today our highs reaching up near 72 And good morning to you I'm Joan Jones And I'm Bruce Allen here are the top local stories we're following for you this hour Supporters of abortion rights were out demonstrating in front of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's fairfax county home More than a hundred people marched up and down his street in Alexandria last night with signs lighted candles and shouting slogans in support of abortion rights The rally ended peacefully after about 20 minutes similar protests at the homes of justice Brett Kavanaugh and chief justice John Roberts took place over the weekend in Montgomery county Now these demonstrations are shining a new light on what's legal and what's not when members of the public protest in front of private homes Yes you can protest in residential neighborhoods but no you can't target someone's home That's the upshot of a Montgomery county code Lieutenant Peter David off with the Montgomery county police department says the recent protests outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices highlight the tensions in the law Trying to balance the rights of people do exercise free speech and peaceably assemble with people's right to go about their lives particularly in their private residents where they have a higher expectation of privacy The ACLU of Maryland notes that picketing in residential areas can be considered disturbing the peace depending on the time of day and the volume of the protest Kate Ryan WTO P news There is also a federal law which prohibits pickets or parades at any judge's residence with the intent of influencing a jurist It's not clear if that law is being enforced Well the protests did not stop in those neighborhoods Students it dozens of Virginia high schools held walkouts yesterday to demonstrate their support for abortion rights Abby Garber a student at eastern Mennonite school in Harrisonburg organized the statewide walkouts and estimates that students at some 40 schools took part Each school is different with how they handle protests on school grounds So my school we had it over lunch so that we wouldn't disrupt class and we were able to get admin approval Virginia state attorney general Jason Miller as says everyone has the right to peacefully protest but he says schools have the right to administer consequences for missing class Particularly on WTO P news Homicides in D.C. last year were at a 17 year high and at the current rate the city is on a path to meet or exceed last year's total There's hope though that's a new recommendations being made to city leaders could help prevent that It's a list of both short and long-term steps that can be taken and it was put together by the National Institute of criminal justice reform among the recommendations expanding D.C. police's violence reduction unit that focuses on gun crimes also getting more support such as life coaches for those at high risk of being involved in gun violence There's also a call for a monthly Stipe in a $750 for some families and ward 7 and 8 living below the poverty line in a call for lobbyists to push Congress to fill judicial vacancies The authors also say to be successful with solutions the city needs to address a lack of political commitment coordination and coherent strategy to reduce gun violence Read more at WTO P dot com More people are riding the rails and now Amtrak is announcing it will increase the frequency of a seller service and northeast regional service to nearly 80% of pre-pandemic levels The new summer schedule also includes restoration of four long distance trains to daily service Amtrak.
"40 schools" Discussed on WTOP
"When do we want it Over a hundred people gathered in fairfax county outside justice Samuel Alito's house yesterday He authored the leaked draft opinion that indicates the court may be on track to overturn the 1973 roe V wade decision This comes after abortion rights demonstrations at the Supreme Court and outside the homes of justice Brett Kavanaugh and chief justice Roberts over the weekend Some fear reversing roe V wade could also affect other things including access to contraception and LGBTQ rights while these protests have been on eventful There has been a heavy police presence and more are expected in the days ahead Now the demonstrations are shining a new light on what's legal and what's not locally when members of the public protest in front of private homes Yes you can protest in residential neighborhoods but no you can't target someone's home That's the upshot of a Montgomery county code lieutenant Peter David off with the Montgomery county police department says the recent protests outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices highlight the tensions in the law Trying to balance the rights of people to exercise free speech and peaceably assemble with people's rights to go about their lives particularly in their private residents where they have a higher expectation of privacy The ACLU of Maryland notes that picketing in residential areas can be considered disturbing the peace depending on the time of day and the volume of the protest Kate Ryan WTO P news Young virginians are exercising their rights to protest and support of abortion rights Respect us enough to make our own medical decisions about ourselves That's Abby garver a student at eastern Mennonite school in Harrisonburg in a state director of generation ratify Virginia She organized the walkouts that took place in some 40 school statewide and more students are wearing green this week at schools where the walkouts were not permitted Virginia state attorney general Jason Miller says the peaceful protests are allowed but schools can administer consequences for missing class D.C..
"40 schools" Discussed on WTOP
"Move with a purpose, said Ammu online dot com Steve draws near w T o P. Traffic and Here's Storm Team four. Meteorologist Samara Theodore. Highs will reach the upper seventies to around 80 degrees for our Sunday The good news is if you're planning on going to brunch, things look great. Now towards the afternoon and evening hours. Just be on the lookout. Some passing showers are certainly possible. Not a washout, though, and then some of those showers may stick around through early Monday morning, but they should be out of here just in time for any outdoor plans you have for Labor Day. High temperatures on Labor Day will be in the low to mid eighties. Tuesday Low to mid eighties as well with mostly sunny skies. I'm Sturm Team for meteorologists. Samara Theodore 70 in Rockville, 72. In Ashburn, 67. Degrees in district Heights. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go too long fence dot com and schedule your free at Estimate today. It's 9 11. The D C Joint Arson Task force is looking into the cause of a fire involving three town houses in Southeast this afternoon D. C. Fire into AMs responded just before three o'clock to Ivory Walters Lane, where they found heavy flames showing from the third floor of a townhouse, a fire spokesman says As firefighters were working inside to put out the flames, the roof of the middle townhouse collapsed. The heat was so intense, it melted, deciding on several homes on the next street over Fans at Nats Park even reported seeing smoke from inside the stadium, which is five miles away. No one was injured, but three families have been displaced. With dozens of Montgomery County schools reporting new covid 19 cases. Hundreds of kids won't be going back to the classroom. After this Labor Day weekend, they'll be learning at home in quarantine after just five days of in person learning in Montgomery County public schools, letters from more than 40 school officials notified the public of individual Who tested positive for Covid 19. As of Friday night..
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"This next listing in a few moments. But first the details and the witch get Yeah. So this one just hit the market at 2 25, and the address is 5004 Brooke Lauren Lane in Raleigh, located in the subdivision of Riverside. This home is 13 97 Square feet. It's a three bed 2.5 bath home built in 2004. So this is a move in ready and unit town him with a fence yard. This three bedroom home features new carpet throughout. Washer and dryer. Large family room with gas log fireplace, an abundance of natural light and is an INEC spectacular Raleigh location community to buy 40 schools, shopping and restaurants. The white Cabinet kitchen, both new laminate flooring and tons of counter space. The master suite has a vaulted ceilings, dual vanity and a walking closet. The secondary bedrooms are very spacious out back. We have a a private patio in a side yard, which is just perfect for entertaining. So, of course, and unit town homes do not last long, especially at a price point of 2 25. So if you would like additional information or to be pictures of this listing of the week at 5004 Brooke Lauren Lane in Raleigh, just text the word savvy to the phone number 21000 once again to get more details on 500 for Brooke Lauren Lane in Raleigh, which is and unit town home. Just text the word savvy. That is spelled s a d. D y to the phone number 21,000. It's a nice little property. I love those those in unit town homes. This one's just well appointed nice little landscaping in front as well. And That's actually pretty significant little backyard fenced in little backyard there for a town home usually sure is. Yeah. Don't don't allow a fenced in kind of private area. So, Yeah, This is wonderful. Be great for like a detached him. Yeah, be great for pet owners as well Just to make that even easier for Quick relief moments versus having the leash up in that kind of thing, so very convenient, really like this one. This is great, great price 10.2 and the fun location and rally Knicks to just tons of things to go and do If you want to check out more details on this home text the word savvy to the number 21,000. We'll text right back a link that you can click on view pictures and more information again. This.
"40 schools" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"My guys. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Against all odds, radio show And we have Mr Phil Miglia reason. You know, Phil man you were talking about, you know, just all of the different athletes and celebrities and different people who you train, But you're not just an athlete, right? You're a huge business to me a business move. You just finished saying you got over 40 schools. Um, you know, but outside of this, you, you know, invest in real estate. You got some technology companies. I mean, talk to us about some of that stuff, Shawn. Any questions specifically, you know, I want to know. Yeah. You're an entrepreneur. Um, now, before you even do that, I want to just give a plug to your father. I got don't if you remember, I got to actually only meet him but actually work with them when I was trying to buy my commercial building in Audubon. Uh, your father, um, you know, try to help me find a space and potentially Philadelphia. Your dad had a tremendous amount of influence on you on multiple things. But I think business is one. So can you talk about your your father's influence? One? And to talk to us about your entrepreneurial activities. Your business mindset. Well, we definitely came up my brother and I in a business household entrepreneurial household. My dad was an entrepreneur. He enjoyed businesses He enjoyed the growth, enjoyed marketing all that sort of stuff. So we were like very, very early. We were always working in his restaurant at a restaurant or grocery stores or yet. Franchises, and he was actually the first Kodak franchise only only like 40 of them up and down the East Coast. Yeah, crazy and sold him to some guy and whatever eighties or nineties. I'm not really sure, but he loved the franchise model. So, um, So you just put the jiu jitsu gyms that that is the team balance affiliate network. And like I said, we have schools all over and I've always been interested in many things. So, obviously, um One of the reasons why I called my studio balance studios is that I believe that where are you know we all enjoy different things. So, yes, I enjoyed get somebody else and enjoy yoga, so I can do both of those. I don't have to stick to one thing. So that's not the only That's not my only identity, right? And so I've always enjoyed anything computer related and anything in any way of selling or building commerce through technology. Anything. So that started very early in my days, and it was against my dad. Sort of thinking where he was like. Yeah, you gotta go to work 9 to 5, You know, make all your money in this period. I was like why, as they want, what if I could do when I'm sleeping? And I had to do it while I was sleeping because I was training during the day, so I had to figure out how do I train all day long? It's a selfish thing, right? But I was also a kid. I don't know I have kids, you know, like, have a adult life Now. I can't do that. But training during the day A And how do I use technology to, you know, to sell a product online and make money while I'm sleeping. So the only way was, you know, let's play with these this computer. Let's learn more about marketing. Let's um talk about, you know, like, study, different sort of investments that allow you like, honestly, man. I'm pretty simple. I still like training that allow you to train. You have also real estate in you own buildings you have from my understanding. Also, you have a technology company that you're partners with rising metrics. And you've also have you teach other martial artists you do consulting and training for other martial arts. So I mean, this would love because we're very close friends, you know, So I'm not saying this disrespectfully..
"40 schools" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And Weather News Radio 700 w L jealousy Cincinnati Back to school of this isn't any public schools. But will all teachers report way of the six o'clock reporter Brian comes breaking now they've spent two thirds of this school year. Working from home because of the coronavirus. Today, this is a public schools were set to start bringing students back to class for now District will split time each week between in person instruction and remote learning. Teachers went to court to try and block the return, but a judge rejected their request. Hamilton County come of Police Court Judge Lisa Allen Monday evening dismissing a lawsuit from the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers. Ruling that there is no cause for delay. After hearing arguments from attorneys representing both the union and Cincinnati public schools, the union was looking to delay CPS has planned to begin to face in blood and learning program this week due to health concerns regarding covert 19. Today, students of preschool through third grade will start going back into the classroom two times a week. The other three days being done remotely great sport through 69 through 12. Follow that same model starting the week of February. 15th Great seven and eight began blended Learning the week of March. 1st I'm Sean Gallagher News radio 700 WLW Teachers Union says it is weighing other options in light of the judge's decision, statement says the union We'll continue to fight for the health and safety of its members. The unions told members of each of them asking now make their own personal decision on whether to risk covert infection by returning Before they're fully vaccinated will be watching today to see if there is a mass sick out. You have a list of over 40 schools closed or delaying their start today because of the snow that fell yesterday in the tri state, most of the district's affected or outside the 2 75 Beltway. You can check that list of 700 w w dot com Search closing Now latest traffic Whether together from the UC help traffic Center you see have Cardiology provides the region's most advanced care program visit. You see How thought com slash heart for details. Problems on South bound 75. The highway shut down due to an accident just Above 74. It was involves a tanker truck that hit the barrier wall. There's a diesel fuel spill, but it is not from the tanker that's carrying milk. So as if I've just heard on the dispatch. Right now. What they're trying to do is set up a missile to divert all traffic off of the highway. But there's quite a few that are already jammed in between. Sucking from NewsRadio 700 WLW. This report is sponsored by Wendy's Breakfast two or four round by bad breakfast. Get the breakfast you deserve with Wendy's breakfast..
"40 schools" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Maria's winging it here. Oakland Unified actually stands out as a model for its work to support recent immigrant students, especially at the high school level. But language barriers can prevent Mom kids from fully benefiting from those services and with one of the highest concentrations of mom speakers in the nation, the district is relying on interpreters like Maria More than ever. Maria's in very high demand, and she's working regularly at more than 40. Schools need, Dunstan. Maria's boss and runs the district's refugee and newcomer program, he says. Teaching through computer screens makes it much harder to get around. Language barriers. Teachers can't rely on visual cues is much or use other students to help interpret like they used to. So they call Maria and even when Mom parents speak some Spanish, Johnston says, it can be hard to earn their trust by phone. And then Maria starts talking to them, and everything is all of a sudden sort of fluid and familiar and clearly just much more comfortable. The job has become so important. The district recently hired another full time interpreter. But with just two of them for 1300 students and their families, some schools are finding creative solutions. One elementary school enlisted trilingual Mayan mom, parents to interpret and at one high school teachers are training multi lingual mom students to sit in on zoom classes and interpret for their classmates. That's not making Maria's job any easier just yet. And don't says non Francisca Africa to sixth grader Euskal Cadenas says he's starting to forget his mom. These days, he feels most comfortable speaking Spanish and less time at school means his English is slipping well, every one of them living less. He's embarrassed to speak English in front of his classmates, but doesn't know what you're never going to understand. There's gotta soon. What does Iraq before he panics and feels like his heart is jumping out of his chest. He worries about saying things wrong because again knows that tomorrow in place. Nobody will mind. None of this came up during his recent conference with the social worker, But you're Scott got at least one thing out of that meeting. Maria Arugula made an impression on him. Yeah, my mom's English on your school stuff. He likes that She speaks Mom, English and Spanish. He brings up the time he interpreted for his mother during the family's asylum process. He explains how important it was and how his mom thanked him. He seems proud. Maria interpreted for her parents as a child, too, though she didn't think of it is that at the time I never.
"40 schools" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Quite literally. If you do, you might have missed something. And you did if you fell asleep early last night. Bucks GM John Horst swinging, not one but two major trades in the middle of the night to revamp the team's entire roster. Let's start with the headliner Drew holiday is coming to Milwaukee. The boxer sending Eric Bledsoe, George Hill. And three first round draft picks in New Orleans in exchange for the All Star Point Guard. ESPN is Adrian War, Janowski says. This trade is happening with one goal in mind. And that's keeping you honest shows you how important it was, and is For the Milwaukee Bucks to bring Andrew Holiday to find an impact player to improve this team. They're trying to get Janos Attendant Coop. Oh, to sign that five years Supermax contract. He certainly wanted to see them make improvements. Midnight. Horst was not on the bucks also sending Dante de Vincenzo DJ Wilson and her son Ilyasova to Sacramento. In exchange for Bogdan. Bogdan Bogdanovich. Excuse me and Justin Jaymes. The message has clearly been senti honest at this point. We're trying to win and we're trying to win right now. Transitioning to football. Despite a narrow victory over Jacksonville on Sunday, Packers head coach about the floor happy with the effort of his defense, the effort was much better across the board. In terms of against swarming to the football we had. We didn't have any loaves on that's that really should be the standard in the expectation every week. The Packers do have the day off. Today. They will be back to work tomorrow ahead of a trip to Indianapolis to visit the Colts on Sunday. Elsewhere in the NFL. The Vikings trending up the Bears trending down. Minnesota beat Chicago 19 to 13 on Monday night Football losers of four in a row. Now Chicago may have to make the move back to Mitchell Travis Key that after starting quarterback Nick Foles left last night's game in the fourth quarter on a cart after being slammed to the turf. And finally in college basketball hoop season set to start next week, But nearly 40 schools around the country are currently in quarantine because of positive covert tests. ESPN is J. Bellis remains optimistic that there will be a full season. I think the one thing that gives me.
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"And officially declared, but 2021 NFL draft. He thanks his teammates for the memories Coach Day in the staff for unwavering support. Just last week. A lineman? Why it? Davis declared. I'm Jack Crumley. Tropical Storm Sally is now a Category one hurricane. It's packing winds of upwards of 90 miles an hour. You're expecting significant amounts of rain. A cz Muchas 10 inches or more. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves says Biloxi, Mississippi is now in the hurricane's path. He's urging everyone there to get prepared. Meanwhile, the president is visiting California today he's getting a firsthand look at the devastation caused by massive wildfires ravaging so much of the West in recent weeks. Those fires have scorched more than a million acres and claimed at least a 31 lives in California, Oregon and Washington state. The dollar General Literacy Foundation has announced they're donating some money to Ohio's schools, libraries and more. The group will give at least $215,000 to at least of 40 schools around the state in order to help educators who have been struggling this year due to the complications brought on by the pandemic. And the popular convenience store chain sheets is breaking ground in central Ohio this week. They have stores located in Delaware and on Alum Creek Drive in Columbus, they say, will open at some point next year. Sheetz says they plan to open a dozen stores each year in the Columbus area through at least 2025. They say each store will employ 30, mostly full time workers. Radio 6 10 w TVN sports. We have Buckeye football by October 17th. That's what's on the table is big 10 presidents continue to hear plans from the league's return to play task Force. The president's, however, get to vote on a return plan. A tough opening day for the Browns and Bangles. Cleveland Barry 38 6 by Baltimore, the Bengals were closed. 16 13 to the Chargers as kicker Randy board shanked a field goal that would have forced overtime after rookie Jo'burg Ottoman range in the closing seconds. I felt like we're gonna go down with the game, and if we didn't win, we're gonna score some points going overtime, but nothing's in faraway, just made bank visit the Browns Thursday night week one of the NFL wraps up tonight's Steelers visit the Giants Denver host Tennessee map radio 6 10 W T via I'm Alison Wyatt, your ABC six first warning weather. Ah, mix of sun and clouds today will see an afternoon A high of 77 clear tonight it will be cool with a low of 52, Then sunshine expected tomorrow and afternoon high of 75 even warmer on Wednesday, partly cloudy skies with a high of 81 stay.
"40 schools" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Involving the soon to be renamed Washington NFL football team or from CBS's Mike Morello, 15 women told The Washington Post. They endured a hostile work environment that they say included verbal abuse and sexual harassment from some male employees commenting on their looks or suggesting, you know that they wear tight clothes in meetings with potential customers in 40 a sports writer for The Washington Post, who helped break the story says the team's former play by play announcer was among those accused. He retired this week. To accuse personnel directors were fired. The team says it takes employee conduct seriously and that it's launched an independent investigation into the allegations. Mike Murillo for CBS News Washington, Washington also undergoing changes on the field with a new head coach Ron Rivera. Vowing the culture in that organization will change, adding that his daughter now works for the team, and he's not going to allow any of this. No word on when the team will be announcing a new name after retiring the Redskins Nick name and logo earlier this week. Native Americans March on Beacon Hill as the Senate takes up some legislation to change the state flag in Massachusetts Details now from W. B. C's Mike Macklin. The demonstrators called on Massachusetts lawmakers to remove the image of a Native American from the state flag. They also called on 40 school districts around the state to do away with the athletic team mascots with Native American images or names, calling those references racist and offensive. Stephanie's cell girl Was a Native American student Did Bill record with the high school's athletic teams are called the Indians. How many native students grow up wearing a mask, But I haven't actually taking on the different forms. How many native students do this thing? Complete ignorance Because we are not educated about this thief. Controversy over image reviewed his racist part of a national movement to do away with statues and other images seen as offensive At the State House. Mike Macklin, W B Z Boston's NewsRadio Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is calling for a return to America's founding principles while criticizing recent protests that saw monuments to Confederate generals vandalized or removed. It's true that our nation's founding Country fell far short of securing the rights of all the evil institution of slavery was our nation's graves departure from these founding principles, Pompeo acknowledges the US has fallen short of securing rights for all but says America is fundamentally good. Well. Alabama is spending about a $1,000,000 to preserve the remnants of the last slave ship known to have landed in the United States. This happened more than 150 years ago, The ship named the Clotilde sailed to West Africa after a businessman wagered If he could bring people to the United States in defiance of laws against slave importation. The ship was burned in 18 60 to hide evidence of that crime. 7 19 and some heavy rain falling in several communities in Greater Boston this morning, 61 right now to the mid seventies. Later, Hollywood's Nick Cannon will be keeping at least one of his high profile gigs. After apologizing for comments seen by many as anti Semitic, Fox says Nick Cannon.
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"Were told to shutter again and now some owners air getting creative to keep working here in California law says salons must Form their service inside of a licensed business. But now that the governor has shut down what they could do indoors, some hair stylist, barbers and others in the beauty industry or asking Governor Gavin Newsom to grant them permission to do business outside during the pandemic so they can stay employed. They say, restaurants or being allowed to set up in parking lots and on sidewalks outside. Why not barber shops as well That like stone, ABC NEWS, LOS Angeles The Navy says the fire on a warship docked in San Diego is now fully extinguished after burning since Sunday, the USS bottom Rashard was charred by the inferno. The fire started in its lower armored vehicle storage area Stocks closing lower today on mixed reports the economy along with 1.3 million Americans filing for jobless claims last week. Michelle Franzen, ABC News and You're listening to W busy news radio in Boston at 4 31 in Native Americans today, rallying at the State House, saying encoded by was outplayed. Continuing. Toa must include Indigent Corona virus chooses lawmakers to remove the image of a native American Indian from the state flag. They also called on 40 school districts around the state to do away with the athletic team mascots with Native American images or names, calling those references racist and Offensive. Stephanie sell girl was a Native American student ID Bill Rick. It were the high school's athletic teams are called the Indians. How many students up Take one wearing a mask. But I haven't actually taking on the conduit for how many native students do this complete ignites because we are not about thie controversy over image reviewed his racist part of a national movement to do away with statues and other images seen as offensive. At the State House. Mike Macklin, W. B. Z, Boston's NewsRadio governor, Baker says This is something he's willing to consider going on no.
"40 schools" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"M. J. Got a few minutes left with my Friday form guests on the first Midwest Bank hotline. She is Dr Deb, her former school superintendent, Brown, your school district. And that consulting a consultant now on education issues. And, of course, with decades of experience, that probably makes a lot of sense. All right, I'm gonna ask you the question. I ask every Friday for him. Guess that question is Doctor. What do you know that we don't know. What I know is that not only have we had a global pandemic, we've had a racial pandemic, and we need to eliminate discrimination, racism so that we can get to a place of equity and social justice. I'm a co founder of the Closing The Achievement Gap Consortium is a group of 40 schools in suburban Milwaukee who are fighting the good fight to make sure that all kids have opportunities in our schools. And that we deal with racism and inherent biases that prevent all of our kids from being successful in a school that that challenge race in America race in our schools is one that we have, you know, floundered on for decades. There's been a lot of attempts. A lot of You know, we've seen different curriculums devoted to that different training. Why do you think it has been so stubborn and it's In a 1,000,000,000 to be removed from everything that we do in this country. First of all, I think that many people don't understand that education is marginalized our students for hundreds of years. And so it's looking at the history of racial and biases but also dealing with your own inherent biases. It starts with me. It starts with you. It starts with us. And until we understand what island here advices and have free conversation, have those courageous conversations about what is Grace. What is white privilege? What is white fragility? We can't make great decisions that will best serve all kids, and it's understanding what is supposed to be happening now in the world of America. The land of the free, All right. The last thing I mentioned at the beginning of the open here with you, I've asked my audience today I've put forth my word for 2020 was struggle because they were struggling to figure out the realities. Of a world pandemic and certainly a pandemic. That's changed everything about the way of life in our country. Do you have a word that best describes 2020? I would make up my own word up unprecedented opportunities moving forward if we don't change education, and how and how we do business will never have this opportunity again. I love it. Dr. Deborah Kerr, my pleasure to talk to you today, somebody with a lot of experience in education and a lot of different ways, And it was great to talk to you. Thank you so much. Our Friday forum guests. She joined us on the first Midwest Bank hotline. It's fun. It's always a different conversation. You never know where it's going to go on that one I thought was especially relative relevant rather because we are Now talking about the false school schedule and what that all means For parents. I was happy to bring Dr Kerr on the show today. Alright, it's 11 30 The W T. M J Breaking News Center Eric Bill Step governor ever says rulings today from the state Supreme Court created chaos and confusion this after the court threw out three changes that he had made to the state budget. Using his personal veto pen. The court did uphold another One of his vetoes. Face masks will be mandatory inside all you W campus buildings across the state under a policy that was adopted unanimously by the Board of Regions. Interim UW President Tommy Thompson says there's no way to open safely amid the pandemic without that mask mandate and we energies crews still looking to restore power to some 3000 customers left in the dark after those heavy storms. Late yesterday. Time for the W T. M. J drink and Associates Market Update Right now the Dow is up. It's up 156 to 25,008. 62. The NASDAQ Down 14 5 10,033 Yes, B is a bait to 31 60 Well with the j w dot com Time saver Traffic.
"40 schools" Discussed on KGO 810
"Lawmakers are demanding changes at the State Employment Development Department on behalf of thousands of laid off workers still waiting for benefits. Among them is Jenny Row Lost her job is San Francisco Restaurant events manager in March. I've sent an E mail through the online portal online system says that it would be answered within 5 to 7 days. Of course, no answer. It's been weeks and weeks and weeks with no answer, Assemblyman David Hewitt says Edie has a poorly trained Staff in a computer system that hasn't been fixed since the great recession because generally what happens is someone sends, submit something, and it's in the either for for many weeks, if not months, and then they get something that says they've been rejected or their reward is going to be zero and they don't know how to respond to that. She wants the key to reduce the time it takes to respond. Enquiries, fixes broken Computer and Web system and better train its staff. In the South Bay more than 40 school principals or in self quarantine because they might have been exposed to Corona virus possible exposure. Having June 19th at a reopening meeting it was hosted by the Santa Clara Unified School District. One person at that meeting tested positive a few days later and anti trust hearing later this month before the House Judiciary Committee will put some of America's biggest companies on the spot. The CEOs of Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon are slated to appear at an antitrust hearing late this month, according to a report Wednesday. Recode says the news came from representative David Sis Cellini, and he will see Apple's Tim Cook Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg alphabets soon Darby Chai and Amazon, Jeff Bezos testified before the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee. The report follows his saying in May that he would subpoena Bezos to appear at the hearing after sending an open letter to him calling for testimony. Bezos did agree to appear in June..
"40 schools" Discussed on KGO 810
"Alexa Google to play KGO. Good afternoon, 103 on Paul Rogers more with that Thurston. In just a moment, San Francisco is teaming up with Boston and Philadelphia tell put together a pilot effort to confront alleged racism in the criminal justice system. It's patterned after South Africa's post Apartheid Truth and Reconciliation Commission. It's addressed injustices perpetrated during more than four Years of apartheid rule three U. S. Cities, District attorneys are partnering with grassroots law project which is leading the effort. It's expected to be operational by the fall in the South Bay more than 40 school principals Aaron Self Quarantine because they may have been exposed to the Corona virus. The possible exposure occurred on June 19th at a reopening meeting hosted by the Santa Clara Unified School District. One person at that meeting tested positive. A few days later, Airbnb will ban some younger guests from booking local homes as part of a continuing effort to crack down on unauthorized parties. The San Francisco based home sharing company says US guests under the age of 25 with fewer than three positive reviews will not be allowed to book entire homes close to where they live. Those guests will still be allowed to book homes elsewhere. Airbnb began banning party houses last November after five people were shot and killed during An unauthorized party at a rental in Orinda. Let's get a look at your drive now. And Heather starts in San Mateo sponsored by Audible. That accident is still there on the peninsula at the Chilton Auto body Trafficked, Ask Big back up coming away from SFO. You might want to pop up and take 3 80/2 to 80. If you need to travel south bound on the peninsula, So this is south, 11 before Poplar Avenue injuries and a fluid spill. Traffic backed up like I said to SFO, other side of the bay, just getting word of a crash north 80 before autumn All Parkway. Not seeing heavy traffic is yet it's definitely heavy in the South found direction. Near Dakota Road. There is a sweeping project that is headed toward Thornton. So it's heavy. Three. Union city new accident for Vacaville, East 80 east well before Meridian traffic is backed up to leave her town before you get there, you may have to encounter all the slow traffic through Fairfield looks like a getaway. Definite. Get away out of San Francisco. It's packed from Cesar Chavez to the Bay Bridge. This summer. Take audible along when you want to stretch your legs and your imagination with audible selection of audio titles, including bestsellers, exclusive originals and guided.
"40 schools" Discussed on KGO 810
"Bred Burghardt. More than 40 Street closure requests have come into San Francisco's shared spaces program from restaurants and bars. The program was launched in May by Mayor London Breed to allow establishments to operate through the ongoing Corona virus pandemic beyond takeout delivery or take out Andrew. Both request filed by restaurants very from the addition of table and chairs on the sidewalk. To expanding their footprint into parking spots and full street closures as well. The request continue to come in as governor, Gavin Newsom has once again closed indoor dining and bars to try and slow the spread of covert 19. In the South Bay, more than 40 school principals or self quarantining because they may have been exposed to the virus. The possible exposure occurred on June 19th at a re opening meeting. Hosted by the Santa Clara Unified School District. One person at that meeting tested positive. A few days later, the lights on the Gara Delhi Bayfront sign are going dark for a couple of months for repairs. The letters will be replaced. New led lights will be installed and there will be a new paint job. The lights were installed. In 1915 for the world Fair. And this news update is sponsored by Del Refresh her business tech during Del Technologies Cyber Savings event with up to 50% off computers, servers and MME or call 877 Ask DEL for Adele Technologies advisor. Who can help you find the right tech. We've got that fire in Livermore that had some lanes close. Some have reopened. We'll get the update. Next on KGO 10. This's.
"40 schools" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Should be cautious about putting too much faith into early vaccine trials. People like the couch, this is a race. I had to develop a vaccine and I always point out well, be careful what you wish for because history Points out over and over again that the first vaccines released are not always the best vaccines in the U. S. Is reporting a record number of new Corona virus cases yesterday more than 50,000 new infections. The first time that the number has eclipsed 50,000 in a day. More than 40 school principals in the San Francisco Bay area are in quarantine after being exposed to covert 19. During an in person meeting to plan the re opening of schools. This fall meeting was held by the Santa Clara Unified School District on a symptomatic person at the meeting tested positive later for the Corona virus after those administrators were all gathered together. Corona virus cases among military personnel rising in states where the virus is surging. Assistant Defense Secretary Thomas McCaffrey says the increases air happening in Florida, Arizona, Texas, in parts of California. We're seeing some uptick in in our cases in terms of infection. Largely around where we're seeing that in the civilian communities, the Pentagon says the nation's military hub has a well educated and informed workforce that is complying with guidelines on social distancing and face masks. Another Chicago restaurant has temporarily closed again after an employee was exposed to covered 19 fork in the Lincoln Square neighborhood announced that it is going to scale back its reopening. It will be closed until July 8th. After all, staff members can be tested. Longman and Eagle in Logan Square closed June 21st after an employee tested positive for the virus. White House isn't planning to do anything for now, about reports. That Russia paid bounties on U. S soldiers in Afghanistan yesterday, President Trump again called it fake news and a hoax designed to damage him and the Republican Party. Illinois Congressman Dan Lipinski, a Democrat from the Southwest suburbs, says he's not been briefed on the Intel, but he hopes the entire Congress will get a briefing soon. They're wass evidence, apparently that intelligence service handle office policy, but we need to Dig into this and make sure person for most that we protect American troops. That's the number one thing that's most important part, he says. The U. S must respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the president. Should have done that already. And Joe Biden is beating President Trump on the fundraising front for the second straight month. Biden's campaign and the Democratic National Committee announced that $141 million was raised in June that beat President Trump's $131 million haul in the same month. Now with WG and sports. Here's David. Good morning, There has been a move afoot for awhile to reduce the number of preseason games. The NFL. This is not the reason they hope to do it, but the league is Shortening the preseason from four games to two because everything this offseason was virtual due to the pandemic, and now the first games will be around August 23rd. Each team will play one home and one road exhibition after getting some extra time for conditioning. White Sox played the ST Louis Cardinals in the field of Dreams game in Iowa next month. The Yankees were supposed to face the socks, but the regionalized schedule took New York out as a Sox opponent. Cubs pitching coach Tommy how today says he's recovered from a month long battle with Corona virus, during which he says he ran a fever over 100 for awhile and lost £18. The Chicago Red Stars played their second game of the Challenge Cup and played to a scoreless draw with Portland and every day more examples of the dramatic financial impact the pandemic isthat On college athletics. Here's one Oklahoma is cutting its budget by nearly $14 million any employees earning at least one million will have their salary cut by 10%. David it w G and Sport Your money on w G N global stock markets in Wall Street futures are up today is hope for development of the Corona virus vaccine competed with concerns about rising US infections. London and Frankfurt have hot moved higher. Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Australia also advanced. On Wall Street. The Dow futures are up more than 250 points, almost 300 points now, NASDAQ and S and P futures air higher as well. With the viral outbreak worsening and unemployment at Depression era levels, the government today will issue Another job's report, hiring in June might have reached the highest monthly total on record at three million as the economy tries to recover from the steep layoffs and firings that happened as the pandemic hit back in March. The jobless rate expected to go be lowered by about a percentage point today. Those numbers coming out in about an hour of the world's richest man continues to boost his fortune. The Bloomberg Billionaires Index has put Jeff Bezos net worth of over $171 billion. It beats his previous high mark. Of nearly 168 billion back in September of 2018. And I'm Steve Gray sandwich on Chicago's very own, 7 20 J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage. We can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter, most.