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"425,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Markets What happens tomorrow Do we see people come in and say you know what I like to name it's a lot cheaper today than it was before the sell off or do we wait to see what happens in the next couple of weeks Do we kind of level out here a little bit 425,000 That's what the survey of economists by Bloomberg is saying right now for the change in non fog payrolls that we get on Friday If that's a disappointing report that will also lead to I think another recalibration in terms of fed think All right let's get two world a national news over to Nancy lions She's in DCA dance Carol tomorrow marks one year since the January 6th insurrection and today attorney general Merrick Garland said those involved must be held accountable We will follow the facts wherever they lead Darling call the ongoing investigation one of the largest and most intensive operations in Justice Department history He also rejected criticism about the pace of the investigation He noted more than 5000 subpoenas and search warrants have been issued 725 people have been arrested President Biden will be giving a speech about the anniversary of the insurrection tomorrow press secretary Jen Psaki on what he will say The president is going to speak to the truth of what happened not the lies of some have spread since and the parallel opposed to the rule of law and our system of democratic governance He will also speak to the work We still need to do to secure and strengthen our democracy and our institutions to reject the hatred and lies We saw on January 6th and to unite our country Psaki says Biden has been clear eyed quote about the threat former president Trump represents to our democracy Secretary of State Anthony blinken is addressing the threat still posed by Russia massing along its border with Ukraine If Russia nonetheless chooses to escalate we will respond swiftly The United States Germany and our allies and partners including at NATO the European Union the G 7 have been very clear That Russia will face massive consequences Russia is claiming Ukraine is the one acting aggressively Global news 24 hours a day.
"425,000" Discussed on KTOK
"Out a six pronged strategy involving the public and private sector. That will include another strong push for vaccinations as the best way to end the pandemic. After checking out damage from Hurricane Ida in New Orleans, President Biden is in the Northeast. He will take a look at affected neighborhoods in Hillsborough, New Jersey in Queens, New York, Ida's remnants prompted deadly flooding and caused massive storm damage. Power outage getting blamed for a possible gang fight at the Canadian county Jail, Brian GAN reports. Authorities see the fight broke out after the jails. Electricity went out. More than a dozen inmates were involved in the fight, and six of them were sent to a hospital with minor injuries. Canadian County Sheriff Chris West says the incident is under investigation, but he believes the fight was gang related. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is investigating a homicide at the lot and correctional facility. Authorities say Aaron Stone confessed to killing his cell mate, Riley Walker yesterday the victim was serving a first degree murder sentence out of Ponta Talk County. Stone is behind bars for numerous crimes, including rape and kidnapping, and the Oklahoma Sooners kicked off the 2021 football season with a win Saturday over to Lane I'm Margo Moreno in other news investigators think a woman whose body was found near in Oklahoma City Park Saturday was probably a hit and run victim. Her body was found in the middle of a road near Southwest 70th and May shots exchanged between a fleeing stolen vehicle suspect an Oklahoma City police officer. Oklahoma City Police say the officer had tried to pull over 29 year old Aaron Sayer near Memorial and Walker yesterday, but Sayer sped away, saying allegedly shot at an officer who returned fire. No injuries were reported. Investigators say it appears a fire that destroyed four apartments in Oklahoma City yesterday was sparked by a person grilling in a breezeway. It happened yesterday at the lodge on the lake Apartments near northwest 50th. Ann Ann Arbor of Firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion, and one person is recovering from minor burns. Damage is estimated at $425,000. And a Carjacking and Luther where police say the suspect was armed with a semiautomatic handgun. It happened this morning near Highway 66 Hera Road. I'm Margo Moreno. Hey there. Oklahoma City today will be a hot one. Jumping to 95 degrees Heat index to one. Oh, one wins out of the south at 10 MPH with partly cloudy skies. We could have an isolated storm late this evening. That could be strong lows tonight. Now upper sixties tomorrow cooler behind the front in the upper eighties. Will the Light Northeast win enjoy the mid nineties, returned by Friday from the full one Storm center. I'm meteorologist. Emily cited news radio 1000 Katie Okay Studios, a service of trade and wealth. Your local trusted financial produced very trenchant wealth dot com for eligible individuals, 18 or older, only not available in Oregon, West Virginia. Results Vary. See Website for details. An important safety information. How are you? Hearing aid? Sounding now? A little tinny. OK, two seconds with hearing AIDS from lively everything is done remotely in the comfort of your home from initial testing to adjustments. How are they sounding now? Fantastic. So much better with lively you get premium Bluetooth enabled hearing.
"425,000" Discussed on KTOK
"Download it now from the APP store or Google play and start saving today get upside portions of the following program or pre recorded news radio 1000 Katie. Okay AM and K x x Y FM 96.1 HD to Oklahoma City President Biden today is visiting New York and New Jersey to get a look at massive storm damages. Remnants of Hurricane Ida prompted deadly flooding in the Northeast. The president made a similar trip to New Orleans last week. Today he will visit some affected neighborhoods in Hillsborough, New Jersey and Queen to new State Health Department today is reporting another 10,000 new Covid 19 cases in Oklahoma. Since Friday, There have been another 76 deaths about 1500 people are hospitalized. Over 19 case Numbers are rising among Oklahoma Children from August 22nd through August 28 24% of New Covid 19 cases in the state where among Children from 5 to 11 years old and from 12 to 17 years old. State school superintendent joint Hoffmeister says the number of Children hospitalized with Covid 19 statewide has ranged from 40 to 65 since schools reopened and she is encouraging eligible students to get vaccinated. Oklahoma City. Police say a suspect opened fire on an officer during a pursuit in northwest Oklahoma City yesterday. He is identified as 29 year old Aaron Sayer. Police say Sayer was driving a stolen vehicle when an officer tried to pull him over near Memorial and Walker yesterday, but he sped off, say are allegedly shot at an officer who returned fire. No injuries were reported. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections is investigating a homicide at the lot in correctional facility yesterday. Brian Gan has the story. Authorities say Aaron Stone confessed to killing his cell mate, Riley Walker. The victim was serving a first degree murder sentence at Appomattox County stole his behind bars for numerous crimes, including rape and kidnapping the power outage that plunged the Canadian county jail into darkness blamed for a possible gang fight at the facility. It happened yesterday and injured several inmates. I'm Margo Moreno. In other news police are investigating after a woman was found dead in the middle of the road over the weekend in southwest Oklahoma City. Authorities say the body was discovered Saturday morning near a park at Southwest 70th and May officers believe the woman was likely the victim of a hit and run. One person is recovering from minor burns and a firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion after a fire at the northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex. It happened yesterday at the lodge on the lake Apartments near northwest 50th in Ann Arbor. The blaze tore through for apartments. Investigators say the cause of the fire appears to have been a person grilling and a breezeway damage is estimated at $425,000. Authorities say a woman putting jug lines into Lake Texoma over the weekend drowned. It happened late Sunday night is 38 year old Felisha. Tracy and three others were setting the lines. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Tracy got out of the boat went under and didn't resurface. Divers found her body in about 20 Ft of water..
"425,000" Discussed on KOMO
"Says Colleague named Emily. I had to call over to the pediatric ICUs one day and asked for a Beanie baby to give to a 12 year old while I turned off the supporting her dad died like I don't want to do that. What can you say? I know the depth of grief that I would feel if I couldn't be with my loved one as they died. So I take the responsibility very seriously, too. Love That person is if they were my own family member, um, provide them with a death. That's dignified and honorable as much as possible. And then I see you. That is sterile and cold and and forgiving. I think it's you know, it's been a struggle to show up every day. But we've been here and You know, my team has been here and I'm really I love being a nurse like I love being a nurse. But this has been really hard. And I'm really proud that I've continued to show up. They wanted you to hear what they're going through. And they beg you to consider the vaccine if you haven't already and that people could see what a day In our life looks like and you know, I think it would. It would be a way to wake up Call Brian Calvert. Camo News Come on news time 509 from Lumberton. New cars to coffee syrup at Starbucks businesses continue to suffer major product supply chain disruptions that began in the pandemic. Lumber prices are beginning to fall as supply picks up to meet the demand. But the ripple effect still being seen in home prices. Daniel Stanton is an expert in supply management. What we're seeing today in the construction industry. It is a bunch of this turbulence a bunch of these bullwhips That we're actually triggered by this really radical drop that we had in February, March April last year, the price of a 1600 square foot house that closed in June last year was $329,900 in Clark County. The price for that same home this month. 425,000 an increase of nearly $100,000 not just construction. You've got car dealers with hardly any new vehicles on the lot, mainly because of a global shortage of computer chips. The vehicles need Charlene Johnson Co Mo News. And companies time 5 10 Seahawks have to do some roster, trimming ahead of Saturday's final exhibition game. Details from commas Bill Swartz at the Beacon Plumbing sports desk there down to 80 players. E. J was a costly Saturday night home field loss for Seattle linebacker Ben Berg, Kervin and receiver John Ursula both suffered season ending knee injuries. Just too many mistakes by quarterback Alex Magoo and tight end dumb would Anderson. They've been waved along with defensive lineman Cedric Lattimore, a big two game hardball series for the Mariners in Oakland begins at 6 40 Tonight. Seattle is 17 of its last 10. There are 3.5 games out of the wild card. The East Lake All stars from Sammamish face an uphill battle tonight at the Little League World Series. Challenged him. That's in the hole that's going to get through. That's going to bring diarrhea for sure..
"425,000" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Because if we're talking about three years of delay right now, it'll take three years to come back from what we have right now. Imagine if we have to do it again. Well, I know we don't have much time left, but I don't think we ever shut down again like we did. I I really don't think so. I really don't think that it's going to be that type of. I think it's going to be. Look, that was 16 months that we shut down. I think that I don't think that's going to happen again. I think it will be probably Certain areas of our population and country that will possibly shut down if there is a big wave, But as far as that national set that big shut down the way that we had it before, Ursula I don't think that's going to happen again. I hope you're right. But at this point in time in my life, and given what we've all endured over the last two years, I will never say never. I got one thing to adhere to. For for this. This is something for listeners to be on the lookout for here in the Seattle Times piece, they say. In 2019 188,000. Jurors were summoned to hear cases in the Supreme Court. Uh, this year he Rogers expects the number of jerseys exceed 425,000. So there's an answer your jury call. There's gonna be a lot of people out there looking for Or Juries to to be feeling so I'm sure you're you all will be getting a call out there soon. Well, I'll tell you what. Judge Rogers if you need someone on the jury as I've mentioned. Many times. I'm happy to serve on one, Okay. Still ahead. We are going to be talking about. Jeez, dilemma. What happens when you get some pants? I want to go get some pants, Buy some pants and I realized Oh, I hadn't been in a dressing room since before the pandemic because a lot of them were closed. Well, this chance I got a chance to go into the dressing room. What? What do you guys find out? What happens? We do that next? We need to talk to the nurse Dave Ross on Seattle's morning news to very damaging local fires, which are now being investigated as arsons. The first fire this happened on Saturday in C Tack and 80 unit apartment building for people badly hurt fighting to survive at Harborview. They do have someone in custody, and now we had more. This fire last week in White Center took out a whole row of businesses with the area's first ever Lbgt Cube are now they say it was arson. Seattle's morning news 69 on your smart speakers. Cancer sucks. Cancer does not discriminate and can affect anyone of us at any time. It's just got here today and I want to talk about cancer in Children..
"425,000" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Laurie Buc at 7 to 0 to 218168. This is Barry of the Barry and Larry Show. Yes. Give Loria call. You will be very glad you did 7 to 0 to 218168. Okay. We are back to Barry and Larry Show and Travis. Good morning. Glad that you were able to make it. We know you had a little delay. Good morning, everybody. Hey, I gave that tip of yours, though on the property preparation for maximum price. The front door. The lock we got into that. Larry even said what you brought up last night. Uh, well, Larry, we didn't focus enough on it because I got off on some of the land rush. We've never seen this kind of frenzy crazy in the residential real estate market since the land rush, so we got into a few, a few items about the land, Rush said. We didn't disperse that, Larry said. Historically, it sounded interesting. It wants to interest him. But keep in mind the land rush. The land was free. I think you had to paid like $10 or something. Register your lie and say that now this is in the 18 eighties and 18 nineties. How much did you have to pay you had to get and file an application. To get that plot of land. Come on, Travis. Chris, we introduce Chris already. Larry, take a guess your clothes. Well, I said $10, I'll leave Mike 55. We go. 25 18 $18.18 dollars was the typical price. We have clarified it, Travis as you were on your way in 160 acres, and it was open to a whole lot of people. By the way, it costs a lot of things here. Here's a little and I will stay away from the trivia. Let's get to the really, really meaningful. I said we'd stick with tips. On this segment. How about this early on consumers? You want a thorough and timely market analysis emphasize thorough. Emphasize timely. This is a big tip for you as sellers thorough means totally complete, not one of those quick software packages that are out there that so many real tours use. They're not wrong to use those packages. But those packages are only a little bit better than Zillow. And Zillow isn't better at all. Zillow can be off still by 20 to 30% 1 way or the other frequently there on frequently. They're off by 30% too high 30% too low. These other programs typically are not off that much, but they could easily be off 15 20%. They don't know where the major streets are. They don't know if that house that's 1/8 of a mile away, but it crosses Hamden Avenue. That house is worth a million dollars in your neighborhood is only 6 to 800,000. That's a big difference. And no software packages don't know that. So a thorough one takes a look from the agent sized Map walking the area, knowing the neighborhood so thorough you want but timely that's as important in this year. Why, Larry Hell often are the prices changing. We're going to get to Chris on some numbers right in this segment right now. But how often are the values of the homes in neighborhoods changing I I I would guess. Almost weekly weekly so timely market Now Excuse me a market analysis, no matter how thorough it was. Two months ago is what Out of they fate. That's Chris talking. So Chris, what are the medium price is for a single family home this this week give just give the number and more elaborate on it the number for a single family home in the Denver area this week. So, yeah, us here at the the very Larry team. We do it daily or rather weakly for the median price, And we think this is important as the reasons that Barry just laid out I would say that the median price for, uh, in Denver is $600,000, which is up compared to last week, but is relatively consistent with what we're seeing in the past few weeks here. Which is what? Just remind our listeners we've been seeing about the 5 85 5 85, but it hit 600 The median price. That's a first for us. So, Larry, you're an active seller. You know we're doing it for you. Weekly. We're updating. We have to see is his market changing Larry's in a high end market? Well, you're you're in the highest 10% of the market, and that means that it could take 3 to 6 weeks statistically sit Actually for your area within a five mile radius of your home. It's really 3 to 5 Weeks is the norm. Okay, but sometimes it goes in 3 to 5 days. Sometimes it's in 3 to 5 weeks. We're watching it weekly. We have not seen much change, so it should be within that 3 to 5 Week period. And that's what we're living in right now. That's right. And you just have to be patient when you're selling in the upper end, which I am doing as you described it, very It just takes patients. It will happen. It takes it takes some patients. Chris, you have a couple numbers. What's the median for the springs? Yeah, The median for the springs is 425,000, which is again pretty consistent with what we're seeing. In the past few weeks around 420,000. It is up a bit. Um and So the relative to last year though this is still a 20% increase in terms of the median price. Yes, and we take that. Listen to how nonchalantly he says that Travis and you and I to were saying, Yeah, it's up by 20. 20 often, Chris percent. I mean, come on, Let's say it What we're thinking. That's amazing. That's 20 something percent. You know, it's really, really something. So let's get back and put all this information to tips for you. The seller we started with Travis's property preparation for maximum. Then we went to Barry's thorough and timely market analysis. Now we're going to go to Travis's. Your next tip for for the sellers was something about Larry gave the word away having patience or something. Yeah. No, you know, especially with with offers, uh we can't have a rule here. Not taking especially the first hour not taking next offer you get. Don't take that first offer in the first hour as the final offer, you might work at your agent might work it work the heck out of it. And it might become the best offer. But, Larry, you've seen friends of yours make that mistake. The first of all, they didn't hire top agents. But second of all proof that they didn't hire top agents. They took that off for way too early to tell our listeners the detriment of that. What happens when you take the first offer that comes in? Even if it's at your asking price, you're giving up.
"425,000" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Hi. Tom Martino here three. Oh, 3713 talk. 7138255 Eric, Go ahead. Your turn. What's going on? And we will go back to Lin. I promise there, Eric your question. Yes, sir. I heard you say that you can use a reverse mortgage to buy another house. That's what I wanted to ask about. You can buy an investment property. Is that what you mean? Well, I thought I heard you say that you could use a reverse mortgage loan to purchase another home. Another house, like Let's say you have a home in Colorado. And it's paid for or you don't know a lot. You can use the proceeds from the reverse alone beyond that. If you have extra money for whatever you want. So you go to Florida. You can put that down on a house or if you can find a condo and pay for it in cash, right, Joan? Right, so it has to be the primary residence. Now, if you know, Joan I'm talking about. He's talking about using the proceeds to buy another house. After you get your loan. They don't care where you what you do with those Proceed. I see what you're saying. Yeah, that's what he was. Eric. Is that what you were asking? Yeah, I could see I Oh, no. I want to go to another state by put money down on a house, then come back and sell the one I have here, but I think I want to know if I could do that with the reverse market. But why would you do that? If you're going to sell it? Because I am gonna have to pick this city out. I'm gonna have to hang around for at least a month over there to figure out But what I'm getting at here is what I'm getting at, Okay? A reverse alone. It's okay if you get one, and then you sell your house or move out. But you get the most benefit Joan, right when you stay in that home, right, Joan? Yeah, And if you're using the reverse mortgages a bridge loan to purchase another property, it's awfully expensive to use as a bridge loan there other options for bridge loans that are a lot less expensive. Oh, designed to be a bridge loan. The only time it would help you. Erica's if you had maybe Ah Credit challenge. Um Because he will go ahead. Actually, I do. I've never had any credit. I own it free and clear. But I paid it off like 35 years ago, and I never borrowed any money. I have no credit. He's called before. So what about that? Joan? If he what happens to somebody like that? Yeah, we're able Torus Mortgage for someone who doesn't have a credit history. You know how old you, Eric? 63. Yeah, You're you're right on the cuss and what's your house worth? Realistically well on Zillow. It says it's worth 280. But I think it's worth about 2 50. I own it free and clear. Now. How much would he be able to borrow at 63 s? So you may be looking at about 100 25,000. But the rules of the reverse mortgages he would not be able to access that 425,000 at closing. They break it up into you can access 60% of that at closing. And then the other 40% is available to you after a year. Why is that? Um, They set that up when there's so many people that have stopped paying their property taxes and their homeowner's insurance that in F a chaise the government's wisdom, they said. Well, maybe if we don't let people access 100% of the money that's available to them. They will save a little bit of it and be able to continue to pay their property taxes in their homeowner's insurance. So what would happen? Eric is you would take out alone. You'd have a sizable amount to put down on a house. That's for darn sure. But then what is your plan to come back here and sell this one? Right? And then go and then go out to the other state and then pay that house off or start making, you know, just keep making payments on it, or Yeah, you would have a very small payment. I mean, that's a good plan for someone with no credit. I would, but Joan was very straightforward about it. If you want to use a reverse alone for a short amount of time. It's not the best option in the world. Oh, I see. So for a regular bridge loan. Would I have to be working to get that and have an income? Er? Yep. But I would say I would. Yeah, you're not going, You don't have income. Well, I would not be working at that time. You know, I would You have income now. Um, not yet. I'm getting ready to go back to work. Um, you're not a cat. You're not a good candidate for a conventional on, bro. You're just not You don't have a work history. You don't have a credit history. John. Would you say he's a terrible candidate for a regular loan? Hey, will be a tough candidate, right? Sure, just and then, even with reverse more if you have to have some source of income Oh, I see. So if I got the reverse loan Would be would've think. Let me wait. Joan. How much weight Joan. What do you mean? You have to have some source of income taxes and insurance. But explain that enough. So basically if he is the only person living in the home, um we would need to have residual income of $589 a month so we would look at you know what his property taxes are? What is insurance is I says he has no dad. So then, after you know those expenses, he has to have $589 left over. Okay on a monthly basis again. He's got to show that he has the capability of paying his property taxes and his homeowner's insurance, Okay? Okay, So if he's got money in the bank, we can look at that. And we can do what they call dissipating it pretending over his lifetime that that is potential income. Another thing he can do is He can sell this house here. He will realize all the game, probably without any kind of tax because of where it's under 2 50. He can use that money down there. To buy a house where he wants and buy it with the reverse alone. Yes, and honestly, here in Colorado, he probably sell a house within a week. Eric, It's probably better to sell your house. Uh, negotiate, maybe a rent back for a month or two. Then go get a reverse loan. For what you're buying..
Walmart will raise wages for 425,000 workers.
"Democrats in Washington try and raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, WalMart has announced that it will increase their average wage to over 15 bucks offering raises the 425,000 employees. Walmarts minimum wage remains at $11 an hour. They have bumped up a fur store workers in digital and stocking positions to between 13 and $19 an hour. Wal Mart CEO Doug McMillon says they've taken a different approach rather than hike the minimum wage across the board Rivals Target and Amazon do offer a minimum wage of 15 bucks an hour.
Walmart raising wages for 425,000 workers
"And nearly a third of Walmarts workforce is getting a pay raise next month. Company announcing today it will raise wages for 424 5000 of its nearly 1.5 million
Walmart says it will raise the average associate's wage above $15 per hour
"In Washington try to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour WalMart has announced that it will increase their average wage toe over 15 bucks offering raises to 425,000 employees. WalMart to minimum wage remained at $11 an hour, but they have bumped up pay for store workers in digital and stocking positions to between 13 and $19 an hour while Mart CEO does, McMillan says they've taken a different approach, rather than hike the minimum weight across the board. Bibles, Target and Amazon do offer a minimum wage of 15 bucks an hour Stocks
Metro Atlanta Walmart employees among more than 420,000 set to receive a pay raise
"The workers may have a smile on their faces. Nearly a third of Wal Mart workers will be getting a pay raise next month. The company announcing that it would raise wages for 425,000 is nearly 1.5 million employees, the company saying the races would go to Frontline associates. Who drive the customer experience. WSB news time 11
Walmart to hike wages for 425,000 workers to average above $15 an hour
"Wal Mart has announced today will raise wages for nearly 425,000 U. S workers more than 1/4 of its workforce to at least $13 an hour in some cases. It will go above $15 an hour starting March. 13th, hourly workers, stocking shelves and fulfilling customers. Home delivery and curbside pickup orders and stores will get a starting rate of 13 did $19 an hour Based on the store's location,
"425,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Over there. Last 16 Bradley Beal a game high 35 as Washington into two game skid Celtics falling to seven and nine on the road up next Home stand continues. Wiz will host Houston tomorrow. Seven o'clock Tip College hoops right now. Men's action. Ah, final earlier. Towson over Northeastern 68 57. It was Norfolk State right now is down 60 59 to Morgan State in the second JMU with a 55 48 lead in the second over Hofstra Coming up at seven. Tonight. Maryland men and Minnesota Terps, losers of two straight women soups right now, George Basin is down. 50 49 a. Kane in the fourth Will America Lead at the half a 25 24 lead over Navy ST Louis of 27 25 over Richmond, also at the half coming up that five number nine. Maryland taking on Nebraska head coach Brenda Freeze looking for her five hundred's win with Maryland. Daytona. 500 already underway as Alex Bowman had the pole and Denny Hamlin looks to win his third straight Daytona to the ice caps. Pittsburgh Getting good steps off had the caps up one. Nothing in the first Pittsburgh has just tied it. 11 and a college to cross the Virginia men beat Army 13 and nine cabs. Improving the two No on the season. Jay Brooks w T o p Sports. Okay, J Coming up after traffic and weather tips on getting a good workout from home without buying expensive equipment. I'm Mike Murillo, 3 47. You know, I don't know Susan from Virginia and her husband, but I know their story. This is Dave Johnson. And it sounds like my story. When Jennifer Young sold my home above list price and a couple of days with multiple offers, you see Susan and her husband were out driving and talking about selling their condo in Annandale Coincidently. A recommendation for Jennifer Young began playing on the radio, so they decided to give her a call. That's what I've been saying Things move very quickly and after an outstanding virtual visit, which really gave them everything they needed to know that condo was listed for $425,000 with just seven days and after multiple offers the condo sold for 436. 13,000 more than the.
"425,000" Discussed on WDRC
"MEREDITH, but talk of Connecticut getting shots in arms. I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News as the U. S surpasses 425,000 deaths from covert 19 Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S made a good start in vaccine distribution with Operation Warp speed. But now it's time to move forward and get vaccine to those who need it. Like President Biden outlined earlier this week. He has his plan, which I want to emphasize. Is a floor, not a ceiling to get 100 million doses into people in the 1st 100 Days resident said he hopes to get as much as 150 million doses distributed in that time as far as variants of the virus, Dr Fauci said the vaccine works on the one first discovered in the UK but is less effective on this train to take it first in South Africa. Meanwhile, one drug company says it's made progress in developing a treatment for those already infected You. Eli Lilly now says they're monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatment for covert 19 reduce the need for hospitalizing patients. Drug Pamela. Never mad, they learned also works better when combined with a different antibody treatment and 27 fab that cocktail when given the high risk patients cut hospitalization by 17%. The researchers say the combination is working also against the newly discovered strains of the Corona virus, but think additional meds could be needed to fight against future ones. Evan Brown Fox News National Terrorism Bulletin has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security warning of the potential for violence from people motivated by anti government sentiment after the election of President Biden, suggesting the capital riot may embolden extremists Department is not citing a specific threat. Earlier today, the Justice Department announced the indictments of three members of the militia group. The oath Keepers for obstruction of Congress and other offenses related to the riot. America is listening to Fox News. Finding great candidates. The higher convene, like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the.
"425,000" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Passes 425,000 deaths from covert 19. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U. S made a good start in vaccine distribution with Operation Warp speed. But now it's time to move forward and get vaccine to those who need it. Like President Biden outlined earlier this week he has his plan. Which I want to emphasize is a floor, not a ceiling to get 100 million doses into people in the 1st 100 days, president said he hopes to get as much as 150 million doses distributed in that time as far as the variants of the virus, Dr Fauci said the vaccine works on the one first discovered in the UK but is less effective on this train to take that first in South Africa. Meanwhile, one drug company says it's made progress in developing a treatment for those already infected. Eli Lilly now says they're monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatment for covert 19 reduce the need for hospitalizing patients. Drug Pamela. Never mad, they learned also works better when combined with a different antibody treatment at 27 Fab that cocktail when given the high risk patients cut hospitalization by 70%. The researchers say the combination is working also against the newly discovered strains of the Corona virus, but think additional meds could be needed to fight against future ones. Evan Brown Fox News National Terrorism Bulletin has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security warning of the potential for violence from people motivated by anti government sentiment after the election of President Biden, suggesting the capital riot may embolden extremists Department is not citing a specific threat. Earlier today, the Justice Department announced the indictments of three members of the militia group. The oath Keepers for obstruction of Congress and other offenses related to the riot. America is.
"425,000" Discussed on KTOK
"Arms. I'm Lisa let Sarah Fox News as the U. S surpasses 425,000 deaths from covert 19. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U. S made a good start in vaccine distribution with Operation Warp speed. But now it's time to move forward and get vaccine to those who need it, like President Biden, outlined earlier this week has his plan. Which I want to emphasize is a floor, not a ceiling to get 100 million doses into people in the 1st 100 Days resident said he hopes to get as much as 150 million doses distributed in that time as far as the variants of the virus. Dr Fauci said the vaccine works on the one first discovered in the UK but is less effective. On this train to take that first in South Africa. Meanwhile, one drug company says it's made progress in developing a treatment for those already infected. Eli Lilly now says they're monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatment for covert 19 reduce the need for hospitalizing patients. The drug. Pamela. Never mad, they learned also works better when combined with a different antibody treatment at 27 Fab that cocktail when given the high risk patients cut hospitalization by 70%. The researchers say the combination is working also against the newly discovered strains of the Corona virus, but think additional meds could be needed to fight against future ones. Evan Brown Fox News National Terrorism Bulletin has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security warning of the potential for violence from people motivated by anti government sentiment after the election of President Biden, suggesting the capital riot may embolden extremists Department is not citing a specific threat. Earlier today, the Justice Department announced the indictments of three members of the militia group. The oath Keepers for obstruction of Congress and other offenses related to the riot. America is listening to Fox News. It's a new year with an exciting new daytime lineup on Fox News. Your Fox favorites are making the move to an earlier time. First, it's America's newsroom Acre by Bill Hemmer and Dana Bring what nine. Harris Faulkner puts T issues under the spotlight of the Living with the fucker focus,.
"425,000" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I'm Lee Scylla. Sarah Fox News that the U. S surpasses 425,000 deaths from covert 19. Dr. Anthony Fauci says the U. S made a good start in vaccine distribution with Operation works speed, But now it's time to move forward and get vaccine to those who need it. Like President Biden outlined earlier this week he has his plan. And which I want to emphasize is a floor, not a ceiling to get 100 million doses into people in the 1st 100 Days resident said he hopes to get as much as 150 million doses distributed in that time as far as the variants of the virus doctor found, she said the vaccine works on the one first discovered in the UK but is less effective. On this train to take that first in South Africa. Meanwhile, one drug company says its main progress in developing a treatment for those already infected Eli Lilly now says they're monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatment for covert 19 reduce the need for hospitalizing patients. The drug. Pamela. Never mad, they learned also works better when combined with a different antibody treatment at 27 Fab that cocktail when given the high risk patients cut hospitalization by 70%. The researchers say the combination is working also against the newly discovered strains of the Corona virus, but think additional meds could be needed to fight against future ones. Evan Brown Fox News National Terrorism Bulletin has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security warning of the potential for violence from people motivated by anti government sentiment after the election of President Biden, suggesting the capital riot may embolden extremists Department is not citing a specific threat. Earlier today, the Justice Department announced the indictments of three members of the militia group. The oath Keepers for obstruction of Congress and other offenses related to the riot. America is listening to Fox News. Heard the good news about covert 19 vaccines. They're here, but you can do more than wait for your turn. Here's how stay at least 6 ft away from folks you don't live with, And it's risky to be indoors with him, too. And masks. Well, they protect both the person wearing them and the folks.
At Biden Administration's First COVID-19 Briefing, A Pledge To Let Scientists Lead
"AP News I'm to McGuire the Biden administration issues a stark reminder that the Corona virus pandemic will get worse. Soccer. Madani has more covert 19 has already killed more than 425,000 Americans. A new CDC chief Rochelle Walensky says, as many as 90,000 more may die in the next month. I know this is not moves we all want to hear, but this is something my say so we are all aware President Biden has pledged to be frank about the road ahead and let science dictate the path. It's a stark departure from what became the Trump show the past 10 months, with the president routinely undermining public health officials in a bid to rebuild public trust. Virtual briefing today featured Walensky, Dr Anthony Fauci and leaders of what is now called the White House
COVID-19: The White House keeps the focus on science
"It outlines next steps in this pandemic response by the administration is starting briefings with public health experts and the scientist will speak independently. Virus response, Team advisor Andy Slavitt joined in a virtual news conference by new CDC chief Rochelle Walensky, whose agency is projecting Stunning death toll 479,000 to 514,000 covered 19 deaths within reported and by February, 20th 2021 up from 425,000. Now, Dr Anthony Fauci says there is reason to worry about the effect on existing vaccines from virus variants. Particularly one from South Africa. But he says adjustments can be made saga room agony. Washington A new
"425,000" Discussed on WJR 760
"Right now it's 27 degrees. Michael Steps. W. Jarrah News next to the University of Michigan is telling all students on the Anne Arbor campus to stay in place. After um or contagious variant of the Corona virus has been identified. School officials are telling students to avoid gatherings. Former Macomb County prosecutor Eric Smith pled guilty to a single count of obstruction of justice. The sentence can range from 15 to 21 months, Eric Smith pled guilty to using $70,000 in for Brit your money for his personal use. Smith also faces state charges of racketeering and embezzlement. Former U. Y. W official Nick Robinson was sentenced today to a year in federal prison. Robertson sentence was cut in by about two thirds for wearing a recording device and helping investigators uncovered corruption inside the U. N. W So far. 15 people have been convicted. Fiat. Chrysler is paying millions to resolve that federal probe into the training center that had operated with the U. A W boxes. Jenny Castle, a reports Fiat Chrysler has agreed to plead guilty and pay $30 million to resolve a criminal investigation. The probe involved conduct of Cem former employees implicated in a corruption scandal. Involving the U A W Chrysler National Training Center and Independent compliance Monitor will be overseeing closing of the center over a three year period. Fiat Chrysler agreed to plead guilty to a single count of conspiracy to violate the Labor Management Relations Act. Fiat Chrysler is now part of still antis. GeneCo's Silda Fox News, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says three million people in the United States have been receiving both doses of the Corona virus and vaccine made by Pfizer and Moderna. Appearing on Fox today, Chief Medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the race for a Banksy known as Operation Warp Speed was off to a good start. But now it's time to look for a bigger picture right now. Let's look forward about what the president President Biden Said, how we're going to try and get his many doses into as many people as a squid cle as we possibly can, and that's why he has his plan, which I want to emphasize. Is a floor, not a ceiling to get 100 million doses into people in the 1st 100 days. The virus has been blamed for more than 425,000 deaths in the United States. Governor Wittmer will hold her state of the state address tonight. You could hear it live on wjr beginning at 702 tonight on Wall Street this afternoon. It was an ugly day The Dow finished down 633 points the S and P down almost 99. Ken Rogowski WJR news back to Mitch album after the Jack's car washes offering full service interior cleaning for unlimited club members.
"425,000" Discussed on WTOP
"Right now being blamed. Thanks for taking us along for your morning ride topping the news as we ride into this day together the latest now on the pandemic. As of this morning, there are 25.4 million U. S. Coronavirus cases reported worldwide Death toll more than 2.1 million of those 425,000 American deaths covered 19 vaccine supply is hard to come by. For so many localities across the whole country, President Biden has now announced this week There will be a 16% increase in the amount of vaccine sent to various states in the next couple of weeks. Northern Virginia leaders are now offering to be one of the Biden administration's 100, mass vaccination site. Members of Virginia's congressional delegation, wrote the acting director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, asking Northern Virginia be chosen to host a mass vaccination site in administration has said they would like to set up 100 of these sites across the country. Erin Freshener with Congressman Don Beyer's office says the region hasn't of health care workers to administer the vaccine and hundreds of thousands of people on waiting lists for the shot high school football stadium there. Places that you can do this. Meanwhile, local leaders with the Northern Virginia Regional Commission of asked Governor Ralph Northam to secure more vaccine and streamline its distribution. The governor's office says in a statement that he shares the frustration the Commonwealth is only receiving one third of the doses that localities requested. Meghan Cloherty w T O P News. Fairfax County leaders have put out a statement this week saying vaccine supply remains very limited. So we ask for your patience. As it may take months, they say, for some people to get an appointment time. Over in Maryland, Marylanders are being asked now for their patients over the shortage of covert vaccine as well. But Governor Larry Hogan is promising long term efforts to vaccinate everyone in this state who wants to be governor. Hogan says He and his fellow governors are pushing the federal government and vaccine makers to increase production. But for now, many member lenders are left waiting for covert vaccine. This will obviously A much longer process than any of us would like. It's going to require a great deal of patients. For many months. The governor also says the state's preparing for when there will be adequate vaccine planning six mass vaccination sites. Among the first will be six Flags America in Prince George's County, scheduled to open next Friday, particularly on O w t o P News. Should d. C change the way it's giving out covered vaccinations. Former mayor and current D C councilman prevents Gray and five other colleagues on the council. Say the D C government they think should set up a wait list. They say This would help seniors who don't have access to social media and would also help enroll seniors and other vulnerable people without being rushed to do it. The council members further say, a weekly scramble for limited slots. Does not make sense to them. BC government leaders and health experts taking part on another front in an online forum to address racial disparity surrounding covert 19, pleading with people of color to get vaccinated..
"425,000" Discussed on WTOP
"By the end of the summer that you had too much vaccine left over. Mr Biden says it will take time to measure the progress, and he repeated his warning that things will get worse before they get better. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News and With US debts from Covert Now above 425,000. There are concerns about mutations of the virus. New strains turning up one very in first found here called Cal 20 see that one is believed to be responsible for an explosion of cases in Southern California. CBS is Daniel Bacchus is in L. A California is very honest ought to be more transmissible. And that has some business owners skeptical about the governor lifting statewide. Stay at home order. I don't want unnecessarily say that It's a good or bad thing, because next week it could be different. I like tennis is a California hair salon owner in the U. S. Senate Republican members forced to vote to prevent the second Trump impeachment trial that failed. But on Lee, five Republicans voted against it with 67 votes needed to convict that vote could be an early indicator of the outlook. The formal swearing in of senators is, jurors did go on the square in all things appertaining to the trial. The impeachment down John Trump, former president, United States. Now pending You will do impartial justice according to the Constitution laws, so help you God. Shortly after that, Presiding Senator Pat Leahy was not feeling well. He had a hospital checkup is home now, along with money along much of the East Coast, not the best day to be surfing, zooming, slacking or gaming. The outages took place all along the Northeast corridor from Washington to New York to Boston. In most places, the adage is lasted for around an hour. It impacted many sites, including Room and Gmail and also disrupted some schools teaching.
"425,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Vintage clothes. The Ivy is one of life and Sally Martin Since he lifestyle it is the Scots loan show on the way in just minutes. Bob Golic is of course, a long time Long 23. I think three time pro bowler with the Cleveland Browns are gonna mix it up today talking some playoff football with Bob Golic live from Cleveland this morning on the Scouts loan shown. How about them? Brown 770, Cincinnati News, traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w L jealousy Cincinnati Working to get shots in the arms of those who need it. The most with the 11 o'clock report dumb Rick you Chino, breaking now nearly 90% of deaths from covert 19 in Ohio or people 65 older and that is why older Ohioans are the next priority for getting the vaccine. Governor Mike DeWine says, though, that the state is dealing with a problem right now, they just don't have enough shots. Go around. The numbers just don't work we have about 100,000 vaccines. We spread them out across the state. It's a question of equity. We want him in every county. We want him in every part of bigger county Should. People do not have to drive very far go very far to get to get a shot, But we only have 100,000 for next week. And we know there's 425,000 approximately people 80 years of age or older. The Web site where people can go and find a vaccine location near them is now live with nearly 800 locations scattered all over the state. We could have done it differently. Well, we had a central eyesight and we had people go to a handful of large distribution site, but because we're dealing with an elderly population, we wanted to give them spread out all over the state so that it made the maid on the back end the transportation Easier to get people to sites in their own neighborhoods. Secretary of State John Houston to find a location near you go to go get vaccinated next week. If you're 80 year older go to vaccine dot coronavirus. Don Ohio dot gob. Also coming up at noon.
"425,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And politicians can't do that. Listen, I'm up against the news. I gotta run, but we'll do it again. Good weekends. 8 30 Audio's news, traffic and weather news radio 700 WLW Cincinnati Working to get shots in the arms of those who need it, the most with the 8 30 report done, Rick, you Chino Breaking now nearly 90% of dance from covert 19 in Ohio are people 65 older and that is why older Ohioans The next priority for getting the vaccine. So we will start this coming week with people 80 years of age older. We hope we hope we'll see how this goes. Not every week to move down five years, So we start with people 80 years of age Governor Mike DeWine says. The state is dealing with a problem, though they just don't have enough shots to go around right now. Numbers just don't work we have about 100,000 vaccines. We spread them out across the state. It's a question of equity. We want him in every county. We want him in every part of bigger county Should. People do not have to drive very far go very far to get to get a shot, But we only have 100,000 for next week. And we know there's 425,000 approximately people 80 years of age or older. The website to find an area offering shots has now gone live to find a location near you had two coronavirus dot Ohio dot Gove. Also coming up at noon.
Miami-Dade is now enforcing a $100 no-mask fine
"Florida has passed New York to become the state with second highest number of Corona virus cases with more than 9000 new cases pushing Florida's case count close to 425,000 total. Randi Kaye reports, many in Miami Dade County or ignoring mask requirements, and police are cracking down. People in Miami dates still not paying attention to that mass mandate. Social distancing. They're supposed to wear masks when they can't safely show social distance inside and outside Miami Dade Police department telling me that they've issued 150 citations for businesses. That's a $500 fine and also another 174 citations. Two individuals. That's a $100