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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Jaws last week. Once you're fully vaccinated two weeks after your last owes you your mass. But the move away from masks is facing backlash from critics like the country's largest nurses union, which says the change is just happening too fast. Not to mention the confusion around where and when people need to wear masks. Right now we're getting the latest from ABC. Aaron Carter Ski Good morning. Good morning. The nurses union says they're concerned about their members safety because they are front line forward facing workers, some of whom are immuno compromised your young kids at home. And they would like people to keep their mask on a little bit longer, because, like anyone you don't know who's vaccinated and who isn't there is no Public way to know it's all on the honor system. So the nurses union says that this is all happening too fast. There is an accommodation no in the hospital or doctor's office or any other medical setting. The CDC guidance says. Keep the mask on. Do you? What do you think the president's move is here? Are you hearing from analysts that say, Hey, this is more carrot and stick or, you know, this is sort of a reward for what we've been through the last 15 months that finally you get the vaccine and you can go about freely. But if you don't it's kind of a stick for the other people, isn't it? Well, I think there is something to it that there is a carrot approach, but it's also the TV. She's a con science. And where the over the Earth you know, infection rate is way down. The vaccines have been shown to be effective against variants and even transmissibility. So there really is no reason not to have this guidance, according to the CDC, But I think for a lot of folks, you know, instinctively almost feel naked without it. So even if you Can go inside without a mask somewhere you may want to put it on because you feel more comfortable, maybe a reflect so there could be a couple of weeks or months where people are just getting used to this. Part of this, too. Erin is because as we've heard Dr Fauci, another say to the science on this daily changes, and I brought this up to other experts. I want to get your take on it that sometimes maybe if we give too much information to people, they can't process it on a regular basis, or don't realize that shifting sands and everything is sound things developed. You find that's part of the issues. Well, we just sometimes throughout too much information, and we can't process it. I don't know. I just really all that complicated. You'll be fine. I don't know what it doesn't seem like there is this mass confusion. Even though we may be portraying it. I You know, I have it in your pocket so that if you need to put it on, you can put it on. And if you don't want to put it on, you don't put it on but get vaccinated And really all the confusion seems to fade away. But I'm noticing and did yesterday as the metro area went to what's called the level clear, So they've lifted the covert restrictions and gone to 100%. What I noticed is all the businesses I went to yesterday still required masks. Is there something because these businesses are in a corporate level, so they have corporation. You know, their corporation says We're going to continue the mask mandate every in every state. And and that's changing depending on the corporation like today target Starbucks, you know Costco. They all say the mask and come off, but local law trumps. And so it's local jurisdictions. Air still requiring that Um then, then they have to stay on the other thing I've noticing for small businesses. They don't have any knowledge or confident this who's actually vaccinated. So you know if you're one person or two people working, and if you go down, your business shuts down, they may opt to keep the mask mandate because they simply just don't know who in their community is going to be vaccinated. There's so much resistance, the vaccine passports or any kind of public facing things. So it's really going to do as I say. For a while. I think it may just be up to the individual jurisdiction, the individual business and, of course, people's good sense. ABC is Aaron Capture Ski. Thank you so much. Thank you guys. And then that gets into the next level here. So the next thing you're seeing now, so people are wearing a mask. Some of the assumption is you're not vaccinated. Why aren't you so That's the next level s so there's already but there's already been some of that red it anecdotally a note somebody who's a health care worker, but even vaccinate still wearing their mask, and when they went into a store, somebody started taking pictures while you're taking pictures while you're wearing a mask. That means you're not vaccine and the person said I'm not gonna explain to them and I work in a health care setting, and I just do that to go to work. But that's the next level of the two. Is this assumption that if you have it on your not vaccinated, that is weird. Hey, coming up. We're talking about this on Facebook and Twitter this morning. Should all businesses drop their mask mandate just for clarity. We're talking about that you could weigh in this morning 6 29 let's head outside and see how things are faring on the road this morning with.

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Rudy Giuliani's Home, Office Searched by FBI Agents

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Rudy Giuliani's Home, Office Searched by FBI Agents

"The feds searched former President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Today is a B C's Aaron capture Ski tells us outside Rudy Giuliani's Manhattan apartment. His son, Andrew, called the FBI search of his father's home and office. Absurd. Anybody Any American. Whether you're ready or blue should be extremely disturbed by what happened here today. Search warrant in hand. The FBI roused Giuliani from bed just after six a.m. and seized electronic devices as part of an ongoing criminal investigation into possible foreign lobbying violations. The FBI also visited the home of Giuliani's ally, the Washington, D. C based attorney, Victoria Tensing as part of the same investigation. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York

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Biden announces US has administered 150m Covid vaccine doses

ABC Perspective

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Biden announces US has administered 150m Covid vaccine doses

"Biden announced the United States has administered more than 150 million covert 19 vaccines in the 1st 75 days of his administration. It means a shorter wait for those not yet eligible in their states, even though finding an appointment can still be challenging in many places. President has also said that by April 19th all American adults will be eligible for a shot. Dr. Becerra should care is the biting administration's vaccine coordinator who spoke this week to our medical contributor. Dr J. But an ABC s Aaron capture ski Seems Doc. We're making good progress getting shots in arms. But that may not be enough to stave off these variants. Well, there's been a lot of progress over the last many weeks we've administered as a country more than 165. Million doses. This is a big deal, and it is a long journey, so we really need to make sure that we're keeping our guards up. Can you give us your best estimate of the time line from there? One will most Americans be vaccinated, and there's a lot of discussion about herd immunity. When do we expect to reach that? It's hard to really predict when all adults will be vaccinated in this country for many, many factors, So we're pretty confident we're gonna have enough supply. The second piece. We have to pay attention to would be. Are there enough places for people to getting vaccinated? And we know that this is definitely moving in the right directions. There are literally thousands and thousands of community vaccination centers across the country. Tens of thousands of pharmacies by April, 19th will be available and we know that FEMA is also running community vaccination centers and partnership with states once we get to the 40,000 retail farm See locations activated about the 80% of people in this country will be within five miles of the location to getting vaccinated and then making sure that we do have resource is to support with transporting people back and forth if transportation is an issue, what about

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The nation's capital, where Senate Democrats can move ahead with a coronavirus relief package without support from Chickens. Democrats passing a budget resolution early this morning on a 50 50 party line. Vote with Vice President Kamila Harris breaking that tie on this vote. The ayes are 50. The nays are 50. The Senate being equally divided. The vice president votes in the affirmative, and the concurrent resolution as amended is adopted. The budget authorizes President Biden's $1.9 trillion relief package and now goes back to the house where it could come up for a vote today. The American job market, adding nearly 50,000 positions in January, But it's far from where we need to be. The 49,000 new jobs last month is about what economists expected, but nowhere near enough to recover what was lost to the pandemic. Even more jobs were lost in December than the Labor Department previously reported the unemployment rate is 6.3%. That's down from the prior month, but probably because jobseekers gave up Those who were successful found work in professional and business services and education, retail restaurants and health care, all lost jobs. Baby sees Aaron Capture Ski as the first phase of federal unemployment benefits and the latest cove in 19 relief package began rolling out this week. Colorado's unemployment call center has been just overwhelmed with 11,000 calls per day Monday through Wednesday. CD Ellie executive director job, Marella says they're working on staffing between 550 agents and they currently have 441 100. More are in training today and tomorrow and more are in the training for next week. So we continue. Tonto hopefully put people behind that call center number so that they could be responsive to the people who choose to use the call center. He says. They're doing everything they can to make sure people have access not only through the call center but through virtual agents and through their website. As we continue here on Colorado's morning news, an investigation underway after hit and run involving a child in Aurora. This happened last night, or police are looking for the driver in the car involved in this hit and run crash with a pedestrian who is a child. That car is said to be a dark colored or a black sedan. It took off going north here from first and Havana just after six o'clock when the crash happened. That child is now in the hospital with.

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Weather right now, 46 on her way to a great weekend ahead. Today, Sonny Close to 60. Good morning. Our top story here in Colorado's Morning news. Some good news promising results from the trial of another Corona virus vaccine candidate. Johnson and Johnson says results of its phase three trials are just in 85% protection. And again severe coverted irrespective of where in the world you're talking about, and what kind of variant you're talking about. That's the head of research and development for Johnson and Johnson. And unlike the vaccines from a German, Fizer, Johnson and Johnson requires just a single dose. The data will now be reviewed by the F D Day for emergency use. Authorization to people in South Carolina now have the highly transmissible strain of Corona virus from South Africa, ABC News contributor Dr Ashish Jha says. It's time to upgrade your mask. Give two choices. You can get a higher quality mask on 90 five's are hard to get there, mostly for doctors and nurses. But you can get what's called a calf 94 from South Korea. They are high quality mass or you can double mask and there's good reason to believe that double masking could be helpful. What you do is you put on a surgical mask. And then you put on a cloth mask. On top of that he recommends doing that and mostly high risk situations. So how many people in Denver or getting the covert 19 vaccine We currently receive about $8000 a week in Denver? That is Not near enough. McDonald is the executive director of Denver health, he says. That's why many people age 70 and up have yet to be vaccinated. Ever. So I start covert program about to roll out are excited to announce that applications will be opening on Tuesday, February 2nd at 10 A.m.. So we can begin pre certifying This is this Erica Raja, who directs economic development in the city. This is shit her themselves beginning today by watching the video and reviewing the checklist were posted on Denver. Five star dot or 500 businesses will be eligible. Once inspected and certified. They increase capacity from 25 to 50% recovery effort to retrieve the body of a snowboarder near Aspen is getting underway This morning. Kay away News Radio's Chuck Clark has more on the story. April 32 year old David Cross of Carbondale had been missing since Tuesday and Cruz look for two days until they came across a single snowboard track in the back country. They're still mass that led them to find cross and what is described as very hazardous terrain so hazardous in fact that the recovery mission was delayed a day. Cross was an avid snow border and works. Its Kiko, which operates Snowmass officials say the cause of death is unknown at this time, By the way, the avalanche danger is going up in Aspen this weekend. Chuck Clark, a away news radio, thank you check more details being revealed about how much planning and organization went into the capital riots. Federal grand jury has indicted three individuals associated with the far right militia. The oath keepers, which recruits from law enforcement in the military on charges stemming from the capital insurrection. The indictment suggests these extremists came ready for violence and ready with a plan. Richard Caldwell allegedly received a Facebook message telling him to seal in lawmakers and turn on gas. Jessica Watkins was allegedly recorded saying We have about 30 to 40 of us. We are sticking together and sticking to the plan at his ABC is Aaron Capture ski here in Denver Police chief Paul pays and says they are taking FBI warnings about homegrown terror seriously that we're very aware of very concerned about multiple threats. With regards huge domestic terrorism chief pace and says they're reaching out to faith leaders and organizations that could be targeted Share concerns Pace and spoke with our partners at Fox 31 Governor Pulis has ordered flags flown at half staff today in memory of a West. Mr. Fire Captain, Captain David Siegel died from work related abdominal cancer. He was 54 singles Funeral is set for 10 this morning. It looks like President Biden's plan. Syria's of executive orders on immigration policy may not materialize Today. Sources tell NBC News that the plans are being delayed by at least a couple of days. But no reason was given. One of the president's plans is to establish a task force to reunite families that were separated at the southern border. Expressions. Seconds, Gentlemen, is now official. It's in the dictionary Merriam Webster now to find second gentlemen as the husband or male partner of a vice president or second in command of a country or jurisdiction. The term of current course, refers to Douglas M. Half he's married to Vice President Kamala Harris. They were on the run for five days, but a pair of Arizona prison escapees they've been cuts. It was last weekend when the two inmates allegedly used stolen tools from an Arizona prison to escape one inmate serving a 35 year sentence. The other a 100 years sentence now caught about 14 miles away from the prison in Florence, Arizona, where they escaped. Colonel Heston. Silbert heads Arizona's Department of Public Safety. So do we celebrate the fact they're in custody? We do, But now a great deal of the work begins and we go back and start to look at any evidentiary. Facts we confined as to where they were. The two men found after tips were called in. They were taste in the takedown like Stone, ABC News and Hollywood tributes are pouring in for the late Cicely Tyson, The legendary actress died yesterday at the age of 96. Tyson recorded an interview just Wednesday for ABC is live with Ryan and Kelly was pushing me. And a baby carriage. And this one stopped her and started a play with me and turn to my mother and Take care of this child. She has a six cents. Wow..

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Degrees under fair skies. Good morning. Our top story here on Colorado's Morning news. We're receiving more details about how much planning and organization went into the capital riots. The federal grand jury has indicted three individuals associated with the far right militia. The oath keepers, which recruits from law enforcement in the military on charges stemming from the capital insurrection. The indictment suggests these extremists came ready for violence and ready with a plan. Richard Caldwell allegedly received a Facebook message telling him to seal in lawmakers and turn on gas. Jessica Watkins was allegedly recorded saying We have about 30 to 40 of us. We are sticking together and sticking to the plan that is a B. C's Aaron capture ski and in Denver police chief Paul pays and says they're taking the FBI warnings about homegrown terror seriously. We're very aware of very concerned about multiple threats. With regards to domestic terrorism pays and says there are reaching out to faith leaders and organizations that could be targeted to share concerns. Patient spoke with our partners that Fox 31. In other news how many people in Denver are getting the covert vaccine we currently receive about $8000 a week and Denver that is Not near enough, executive director director of Denver Health Department Bob McDonald says. That's why many people ages 70 and up have yet to be vaccinated. ABC News reporting today that we could learn Maura about the results of phase three trials for the Johnson and Johnson Covert 19 vaccine. Two people in South Carolina now have the highly transmissible strain of Corona virus from South Africa. ABC News contributor Dr Ashish Jha says it's time to upgrade your mask. You have two choices. You can get a higher quality mask. In 90 five's are hard to get there, mostly for doctors and nurses. But you can get what's called a calf 94 from South Korea. They are high quality mass or you can double mask and there's good reason to believe that double masking could be helpful. What you do is you put on a surgical mask. And then you put on a cloth mask. On top of that. He recommends that in high risk situations, Denver's five star Covert variants program is about to roll out are excited to announce that applications will be opening on Tuesday, February 2nd at 10 A.m.. So we can begin pre certifying businesses and Sarah Carajo with who directs the economic development in that city. This is shit for themselves. Beginning today by watching the video and reviewing the checklist were posted on Denver five star dot or 500 businesses will be eligible. But once inspected and certified, that is they can increase capacity from 25 to 50%. Denver Police have arrested a 19 year old in connection to the shooting of two people late last year. Guadalupe Villa Nueva will be charged with it. Tempted 1st and 2nd degree murder and first degree assault, among other charges. Police responded to a report of two people shot one of them a child near federal and Cornell on December 28th. The child remains in critical condition, but she is expected to survive. The adult was treated and released. Villa Nueva was taken into custody in Texas. And will be extradited to Denver. Police have not released the circumstances of the shootings. David Cale K Away News radio. The governor has ordered flags to be flown at half staff today in memory of a Westminster fire captain, captain David Sehgal, who died from work related abdominal cancer. He was 54 years old. His funeral is this morning at 10. The trading APP. Robin Hood says it will allow limited buying of stocks like Gamestop and AMC. A little later today, activity was limited after days of frenzied organized trading by short sellers and amateur traders. Now, while some see this this small time traders beating up Wall Street has its own game. Others are calling it market manipulation or Elizabeth Warren is slamming the SEC for not keeping the markets honest. As for Gamestop and those other companies, all bets are off When the markets open today that is a B C's Andrea Fujii. He reporting it looks like President Biden's plans. Syriza executive orders on immigration policy may not materialize Today. Sources tell NBC News that the plans are being delayed by at least a couple of days, but no reason was given one of the president's plans is to establish a task force to reunite families that were separated at the southern border. The expression Sync. Second gentleman is now official. The Merriam Webster Dictionary now define second gentlemen as the husband or male partner of a vice president or second in command of a country or jurisdiction. The term, of course, refers to Douglas Am Hof, who's married to Vice President Kamila Harris. There were they were on the run for five days, but a pair of Arizona prison escapees have now been cods. It was last weekend when the two inmates allegedly used stolen tools from an Arizona prison to escape one inmate serving a 35 year sentence. The other a 100 years sentence now caught about 14 miles away from the prison in Florence, Arizona, where they escaped. Colonel Heston Silbert heads Arizona's Department of Public Safety. So do we celebrate the fact they're in custody? We do. But now a great deal of the work begins and we go back and start to look at any evidentiary facts. We confined as to where they were the two men found after tips were called in. They were taste in the takedown like stone. ABC News. Southern California is soak this morning, the Atmospheric River event of rain in Los Angeles last night, including Ventura and Orange counties. Heavy snow fell in the mountains and their evacuation warnings. From mudslides near some Southern California burn scars in Big Sur, part of the popular coastal highway was washed out. Hollywood tributes are pouring in for Cicely Tyson, The legendary actress died yesterday at the age of 96. Oprah Winfrey wrote on Instagram that Tyson used her career to illuminate the humanity of black people and quote unquote never compromised. Taison recorded an interview. Just this Wednesday for ABC is live with Ryan and Kelly on that was pushing me in a baby carriage. And this one doctor and started a play with me and turn to my mother and said, Take care of this child. She has a six cents wow, to make you very proud. One day that from the final interview with Cicely Tyson Little Air this morning on live with Ryan and Kelly, by the way, if you want to think about some of the roles she was in, and that magnificent 96 years it included the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, sounder and fried green tomatoes. Remember that movie and she was in the help also, and an honestly I like Tyler Perry movie. She was in diary of a mad black woman, and she was Really good and funny in that role, too. I mean, she wants one tribute yesterday on Instagram. He was very sad 507 on Colorado's morning news, money, news and sports All ahead first. Let's see if there's anything ahead.

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The list of hosts for jeopardy? I m e kind of get a couple of them and then one in particular. Went We really Katie Couric will become the first woman ever to host jeopardy when she serves as a guest host. Okay, I get I get her. Other celebrities. Like, uh, Miami. Olic, the Big Bang theory actress. Remember she was blossom back in the day. Get her 60 minutes. Correspondent Bill Whitaker. Okay, I get him. Champion jeopardy. Ken Jennings is the current guest host. I get him Now, Aaron Rodgers, because I'm sure you listen a wake up call every morning. Sure if it's right. NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers is said to be a guest host on jeopardy. No offense stare and Rogers I have no idea. If the guy's a Rhodes scholar for all I know. Like Aaron Rodgers, the host of jeopardy. I John Alex. Anybody Aaron Rodgers, the host of jeopardy. Nope. Completely bland. I know bland, so bland and listen, I like Aaron as a quarterback, but I like him in the state farm commercials. There you go. But you see those commercials and I'm not trying to be a Aaron Rodgers hater. But I agree like He is as bland is like not putting butter on your toast. Wow. I'm sorry. The chicken Rahman of Wow hitting on the guy. It's just I like him. But why? That's so random of all the people you could have chosen as like a sports like person. Why Aaron Rodgers, especially when you look at the other guests House, the Katie Couric said the Bill Whittaker's and the Ken Jennings There's They're sort of all in the I don't know. I want to put them all in this thing, the same genre. Then you have being Aaron Rodgers, Way out here. Who knows? Maybe he's gonna surprise us all. Maybe he's going to be amazing. Maybe he's going to be chicken ramen with Suraj to Who e. You know sound like Aaron, If you're listening, you know, I'm sorry, but I'm sorry, but I I just don't know. You know, I just don't know. Weigh in on Twitter. I'm gonna tweet that out right now. What do you guys think of Aaron Rodgers as a guest host of jeopardy. It's going to happen. So you looking forward to it now, In a way, it's kind of like break dancing in the Olympics. Now I got to see it. It's so kind of absurd now. I got to see it. Right when we come back, we're going to talk with a B. C's Aaron capture ski more on the plans of security around the nation before Joe Biden's inauguration and your chance to win $1000. Dave Joseph.

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Dave Packard experience. Everyone may be dead on an Indonesian airliner that appears to have crashed in the Java Sea after takeoff. ABC is Alex Stone. Officials in Jakarta. Updating details of Boeing 7 37 500 went to Indonesia and 2012 after flying for continental and united in the US about five minutes after takeoff from Jakarta. It dropped about 10,000 ft in a minute last seen on radar 250 ft and then it was gone. Now a crisis center is set up for families in Jakarta. Alex Stone Eby, CNN. It was a Boeing 7 37 500 different than the Max 500 variant, Much older, classic version of the 7 37. Now here at home state houses around the country have been advised to increase security following this week's deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. ABC is Aaron Capture Ski with more federal law enforcement officials have advised police agencies in state capitals to increase their security posture. It's state houses around the country, law enforcement sources told ABC News. They're concerned. It emboldened right wing that considered Wednesday's storming of the capital of success may next turn to locations closer to home In Maryland Governor Hogan said security had been increased. In Massachusetts Governor Baker promised to adjust as necessary. And in Washington governor Inslee activated the National Guard to patrol the grounds and Olympia when the state Legislature convenes Monday. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS More nationwide arrests of the rioters who stormed the U. S Capitol, including the Arizona Man Seen in photos dressed in war paint and horns and the man seen sitting with feet up on Speaker Nancy Pelosi's desk. A delegation of New York congressional is calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump. New York Congressman Hakeem Jeffries says storming the Capitol was incited by Trump. In another attempt to steal the election. He lost. This edition is who attacked the Capitol wanted to stop. Members of Congress from doing our job. They failed legs have staff over the capital for the police officer who died after the attack. You're listening to ABC news. Okay away. News Radio Time is 11 o'clock. I'm Tom Mustard. New calls for President Trump to resign. Details from ABC News White House.

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News station Co. Moh news, 1000 FM, 97 7 and 6 47 Right now, Greg her shoulder and manufacture here, along with Frank Lindsay at the editor's desk. US employers cut jobs last month for the first time since April, eliminating 140,000 positions. Providing evidence the economy is faltering is the pandemic tightens its grip on consumers and businesses. At the same time, the unemployment rate stayed at 6.7% the first time it hasn't fallen since April, and increasing number of members of Congress were ready to impeach President Trump for a second time articles of impeachment of been drawn up, accusing Trump of inciting and a new insurrection. The accused him of fomenting the violence of the U. S Capitol Wednesday or his supporters stormed the building and occupied it for hours. Ah, U. S Capitol police officer who was injured in Wednesday's right It has now died in the Capitol Police chief is resigning next week. ABC News correspondent Aaron Capture Ski is keeping track of all of this this morning and he joins us right now. Good morning, Aaron and Good Morning to you guys. The Capitol police chief resigns the House and Senate sergeant at arms That's just the beginning. As lawmakers now start an investigation into the failures to protect the capital and members of Congress and their staffs as they were underway, certifying the election results and it was not lost. On President elect Biden Republican Senator Lindsey Graham that the posture taken by authorities over the summer during black lives matter. Protests was far different. That it was for for a protest that had been well known, had the potential to turn violent. If you looked at what some of the writers had been calling for on social media, even what they were spurred to do by some of the rhetoric coming from the president and his allies in advance of this It was fairly clear that this had the potential to turn the way it did, Aaron. What do we know about the officer and how he died? He appears to have been hit in the head with a blunt object. Maybe a fire extinguisher. We know that he had some kind of pre existing condition, but this is considered To be a line of duty death, meaning if if there hadn't been a right of the capital, Brian sick, Nick would still be alive. He was 42 years old on Dit does raise the possibility that anybody involved in the incident Could now face a murder charge on but that's something that prosecutors are going to have to sort through. There have also been reports of people's expressing the suspicion that there may have been some sympathy on the part of some of the officers toward the rioters. And they may have led basically let them in. What we don't know. What do we know about that? Well, that that was ah, video on social media that that appeared to show some officers moving barricades aside on and taking selfies with some of the protesters. Now, um Social media video often doesn't tell the full story, but it's certainly somethingto look into whether there were, um Some officers sympathetic to the cause that that may have allowed that to get the better of their their duty to protect. That will undoubtedly be part of the investigation. The the rank and file was clearly outnumbered. And it could. Also in fairness have been a decision to open the barriers to prevent. You know a trampling there. There could be a crowd control reason. But But the video has been troubling to many who've seen it T o the permissiveness that that appeared to Ah, Company this and I mean the ropes to climb the capital. I mean, it was crazy. Aaron, Thanks for the UPDATES. ABC.

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"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

"Yesterday. The second straight day he had has been that high vice President Mike Pence was live on national television a few minutes ago being vaccinated against the coronavirus. I didn't feel a thing. Well done, and we appreciate your service to the country. He and his wife, Karen and surgeon general Jerome Adams, were vaccinated in public to encourage Americans to get the vaccine when it's available. Pence called it a safe and effective vaccine. He called it a medical miracle that should bring hope to the nation. The three received the Fizer by on tech vaccine at the White House, the FDA is expected to improve the modern a vaccine for emergency use. Very soon, ABC seven Cutter Ski is on our common news line right now. Good morning, Aaron. Good morning. The Madonna approval or authorization, I should say should come today, according to health secretary a czar Told ABC News. It's just a matter of hours and the trucks will roll. The planes will fly. Shipments of six million doses of the Madonna vaccine will begin this weekend as soon as it's authorized. Judging by that hearing yesterday, this vaccine is getting rave reviews. It is and you know, we were told that we shouldn't read too much into the near unanimous vote compared to the Four dissenters for the Fizer vaccine. The two are nearly identical. It's just a matter of components, but there was no issue maternal was not seeking emergency authorization. Use in 16 and under but 18 and under and so the visor vaccine. There was some concern about 16 and 17 year olds, but modern is only going to be authorized for 18 and up And it will be added to the mix of vaccines given to states for for used mainly in health care workers and nursing home residents. Which those begin in earnest Today. We have the age difference and the storage difference between the two vaccines. Anything else markedly different, you know, not really They They're both m r n a technology meeting that they don't actually inject anybody with live virus. They Merely trick the body into thinking it's confronting the virus and therefore the defense mechanisms go up immediately, and both have been shown to be 94 95% effective at preventing covert 19. We still don't know how long the immunity lasts with either of these vaccines, but they're very, very similar. There are differences in exact composition. So we're waiting to see whether there will be any allergic reactions the way they're being a handful to the visor vaccine. But the FDA says none of those allergic reaction should curtail its use. All right, Aaron, thanks for the information, ABC News correspondent Aaron Capture Ski Come on news time 7 49. We're just getting word that there is some action at Cal Anderson Park on Seattle's Capitol Hill and Co. Most Frank Lindsay is live with what we know. Seattle police confirm now that officers have begun providing dispersal orders as they put it on Twitter just a couple of minutes ago so that the Seattle Parks Department can clean and conduct maintenance inside Cal Anderson Park. In other words, it appears that they're about to start doing that sweep of the homeless camp that we thought was going to happen on Wednesday morning, but did not. There was a lawsuit filed A judge, however. Ruled yesterday that the city can go ahead and move forward. So now again, and just the past few minutes Seattle police pharma confirming that they had begun ordering people to disperse so that the parks Department can get in there and clean up inside Cal Anderson Park Would you have co most Coleman take on his way to the scene will provide much more as we get it here on coma news radio. All right, Frank. Thanks. We'll keep an eye on it. 7 51 right.

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KOMO

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

"Television a few minutes ago being vaccinated against the coronavirus. I didn't feel a thing. Well done, and we appreciate your service to the country. He and his wife, Karen and surgeon general Jerome Adams, were vaccinated in public to encourage Americans to get the vaccine when it's available pens called it a safe and effective vaccine. He called it a medical miracle that should bring hope to the nation. The three received the Fizer by on tech vaccine at the White House, the FDA is expected to improve the modern a vaccine for emergency use. Very soon, ABC seven Cutter Ski is on our Komal news line right now. Good morning, Aaron. Good morning. The Madonna approval or authorization, I should say should come today, according to health secretary a czar Told ABC News. It's just a matter of hours and the trucks will roll. The planes will fly. Shipments of six million doses of the Madonna vaccine will begin this weekend as soon as it's authorized. Actually buy that hearing yesterday. This vaccine is getting rave reviews. It is and you know, we're told that we shouldn't read too much into the near unanimous vote compared to the four dissenters for the Fizer vaccine that you are nearly identical. It's just a matter of components, but there was no issue maternal was not seeking emergency authorization. Use in 16 and under but 18 and under and so the Pfizer vaccine. There was some concern about 16 and 17 year olds, but modern is only going to be authorized for 18 and up And it will be added to the mix of vaccines given to states for for used mainly in health care workers and nursing home residents. Which those begin in earnest Today. We have the age difference and the storage difference between the two vaccines. Anything else markedly different? No, not really. They They're both m RNA technology meeting that they don't actually inject anybody with live virus. They Merely trick the body into thinking it's confronting the virus and therefore the defense mechanisms go up immediately, and both have been shown to be 94 95% effective at preventing covert 19. We still don't know how long the immunity lasts with either of these vaccines, but they're very, very similar. There are differences in exact composition. So we're waiting to see whether there will be any allergic reactions the way they're being a handful to the visor vaccine. But the FDA says none of those allergic reaction should curtail its use. All right, Aaron, thanks for the information, ABC News correspondent Aaron Capture Ski A lot of kids ditch to virtual classes in New York City yesterday, toe play in the Snow Mayor Bill de Blasio refused to call off classes after close to a foot of snow fell on the city. He said that snow days are probably a thing of the past and that kids should be in virtual classes. U. S. Senator Dianne Feinstein of California says she's not Planning to leave the Senate early. The California Democrat says she has not even thought about retiring before her term ends in 2024 In an interview of the L A times, she spoke out against the people that have been criticizing her job performance and questioning her mental acuity. Feinstein is 87, she says. Quote. I don't feel my cognitive abilities have diminished. Do I forget something sometimes quite possibly come.

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KOA 850 AM

04:19 min | 1 year ago

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"The vaccine across the US and that would mean eight million doses of both advisory Madonna Vaccines will ship next week We get the latest of a B C's Aaron, Kentucky. Good morning, Erin. And good morning to you. This Madonna authorization is imminent, according to Health Secretary Alex Cesar, who told ABC News that the FDA would issue an emergency use authorization for the Madonna vaccine at some point today. And we don't have an exact time. But it should be at some point soon, And once that happened that will trigger the shipment of six million doses around the country. Uh, l secretary put it to us. The trucks will roll on the planes will fly again. So what if the advisory panel say about the Madonna vaccine? They thought it was effective. They're just waiting for one Last hurdle is not the deal. Well, it's just the FDA sign off. The advisory panel voted nearly unanimously to to, uh, to endorse it, and I think it um I liked it for the same reasons they like the flies the vaccine because it was safe and effective. It's all kind of the authorized for people 18 and older, not 16 and older like the visor vaccine, so that's the one difference there and the and it should be, you know, done. I don't know. It's just a matter of hours. It seems How has the rollout gone So far? I heard And of course, I don't remember the state now that I'm you know, trying to talk about this live, but there was a state where they did not have it stored at the right temperature and therefore lost a bunch of doses. Are you hearing that kind of thing? Or is it going generally well, I've heard. It's actually gone pretty well. There were some governors who were concerned They weren't getting the shipment that they were promised. And secretary HR told us that was just Result of the governor's misunderstanding what the administration had intended, so we're not sure what that's really about, but the majority vaccine should make things a little bit easier because it could be stored. In a standard freezer. It doesn't mean that that ultra cold storage that advisor vaccine does, and that's really the main difference between the two vaccines. Otherwise, the technology is similar. They both use em RNA approaches meaning No live virus. But instead that vaccines trick your body into thinking that you're getting the virus, so your immune system is activated. That was some of the things we talked about in our reporting here, Erin. We're in a more rural area outside of the Denver metro area. So those vaccines after he started those cold temperatures getting to those places where they maybe don't have the capacity of technology has been concerned. Kind of on that note. Is it possible that more vaccine candidates could get approval? But we're probably talking what cluster to January February. Is that correct? The ones that are in the pipeline the next in line after that. They could jump in, and Johnson. That vaccine we're told is probably February before the Johnson and Johnson vaccine can be administered so gradually more vaccine is coming online. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is a little more traditional. In its approach. We'll see what the efficacy is. Once it goes through its face very clinical trials, but for now it's going to be these two vaccines. That are authorized and those will be what helped their workers and nursing home residents get by Maryland. Will we see before we run? What we Seymour? You know public information campaigns on national TV and on radio telling people Hey, it's safe. Look at these famous folks who've gotten it. It's time to get your vaccine soon. It started this morning with the vice president and the surgeon general and the second lady, and I think you probably will see more of that coming on lines, but they're not just going to give it to famous people for the sake of famous people. I don't think You know, they may eventually give it to some famous people once they're in the queue, But for now, it's still reserved for the most vulnerable. It's a B, C's Aaron capture ski. Thank you so much. Good weekend. Got Mewtwo Happy holidays? Well, we just talked about Mike Pence, rolling up his sleeve moments ago to get the vaccine. Do you know seeing those kind of images encourage you to get it? Hope writes in on Facebook? Nope. Not until the side effects are well documented. Jason says I'm good with politicians being the guinea pigs. First on Twitter this morning, we gave the option of Yes. No one doesn't change my opinion right now doesn't change my opinion leading it 52% that they felt whatever they were feeling. Regardless of who, what? When? Where? Just about 6 30 here in Colorado's Morning news. We've got toe some traffic as we take a look at things right now with John Morrissey. We look pretty good this morning. There is one or I should say was one trouble spot. He's bound to 70 still pretty backed up this morning, but in the Bedford.

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KOA 850 AM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A toasted hoagie bun has driven some people to travel over state lines to get it. Now. His back nationwide. That's just one more reason. This is the most important sandwich off a year. Bottom of participating with Donald. Hey await news. Radio time is 5 24 now on Colorado's Morning news operation Warp speed the government's covert 19 Vaccine Task force. Says the rollout is going to plan and daily shipments will continue through the weekend. The group also says it's ready for the modern a vaccine to get emergency authorization use and that there are nearly six million doses ready for shipment a little further in depth on that nationwide vaccine roll out with a B C's Aaron capture ski Good morning. Good morning to you. The rollout so far is going smoothly, according to the U. S military, which says that it has successfully delivered 245 locations. Initially another 425 yesterday and by the weekend the end of the weekend, they'll have the vaccine at more than 1200 locations around the country. Fantastic Now that's the Pfizer vaccine. When is Madonna once it gets that emergency use authorization when could that start rolling out? That could start rolling out, You know, almost immediately. There's a public hearing for the Madonna vaccine on Thursday, same processes Speiser with this independent panel of experts. Discussing the you know the benefits and the risks and so far the FDA is initial review shows. It's 94.5% effective with no serious side effects. The Madonna vaccine once that is authorized Because there's more of it available. There should be six million initial dose is ready to ship to more than 3200 locations. That's double the amount of the five her first doses because during ahead a little more time to manufacture And accumulate vaccine one of the hot spots Aaron and I know, you know, this was your reporting, obviously, is those those long term care facilities with older adults and folks that are in those they still will not receive the vaccine, even though it's sitting there waiting for me until what the 21st and I understand That's because paperwork it's getting the authorization for those I guess patients to be able to get it and access is is that is that part of the issue? Why they're still hanging out there? That seems like it, and I think he did. The initial round was intended to be health workers. And then the nursing home populations just requires, you know, of course, patient consent, so there's a little more Work to do there. Perhaps, and so, as you say on the 21st through thereabouts is when nursing home inoculations should begin and we heard when five year was up for review. One of the concerns raised about the vaccine is that it hadn't been tested in anyone over the age of 75. Nobody in the clinical trials was over 75. There was a concern about truly Getting informed consent from patients when there wasn't sufficient information to give them or their families, eh, so that maybe something that they're working through now is is if there's any reluctance how to convince Families that the vaccine is going to be safe. Even though it wasn't tested in that older age bracket, Aaron Madonna's vaccines seems easier to transport. That's a that's the basic way to say it because you don't have to keep it in such cold temperatures as you do the Pfizer vaccine. Have you heard from states that say, you know, we're really waiting for this one to come out, and we'll probably use it. More readily than the Fizer one simply because of that transportation issue. I haven't heard that It s so if that's going around. I haven't heard that. You know that. We know that it's been easier for some places to take receipt of the visor vaccine than others because of the ultra cold storage that's required. Madonna vaccine is more like a standard freezer so that that should be a little bit easier to deal with, although it's still a to dose process, So you know one does and then you know a couple of weeks later. Second dose, but it should be easier to manage and and I think that there's more of it should get the immunizations happening, You know, a little bit faster. But gradually, you know, the ball is rolling and more states come online today. I think Massachusetts has its first shots and involved today. At some of the major hospital group. So you know the vaccine is rolling all across the country. And in just about every state of this point, maybe Caesar in Kentucky. Thank you. Thank you. It is a 28 year on Colorado's Morning news..

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WLS-AM 890

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The first Are congratulating Joe Biden take pride in his considerable accomplishments and help him Off to a good start. President Trump, making it clear he'll keep fighting the election results, hoping the Supreme Court helps overturn the seven million more votes Joe Biden received and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington Tonight, The U. S Justice Department is confirming that it has launched a federal criminal investigation into Joe Biden son Hunter Biden, CNN. And other media outlets say that the investigation focuses on Hunter Biden's business dealings in China. Joe Biden is not implicated, and Hunter Biden says he has not Done anything wrong. Joe Biden, formerly introducing his nominee for defense secretary, retired general Lloyd Austin. He is the person we need at this moment. Given the urgent threatened challenges of our nation's forces. He should be confirmed Swiftly. Joe Biter AUSTIN Lloyd Austin is the former head of U S Central Command. If confirmed, he'll be the first African American to lead the Pentagon, a four star Army general. What's happening with that Cove in 19 relief bill, Republicans and Democrats are still talking. Now the U. S House has passed a temporary government funding bill that prevents the government shutdown. Buy more time as the cove in 19 talks go forward. The Chicago police Department is in mourning tonight, a an off duty cop. Shot and killed his son during a domestic incident. This is, according to sources who talked to the Tribune and the Sun Times. The shooting happened at about 1 50 this morning at 56th and Nottingham. In the Garfield Ridge neighborhood on the southwest side of Chicago, the FBI and Metro police looking for a man who allegedly fired a rifle on a train platform last week. At McCormick Place. A man removed a collapsible rifle from a backpack and he fired one round at the metro station at McCormick Place. Nobody was injured in that shooting, which happened on December 1st. But They have this guy on tape, the federal government and nearly every state, including Illinois, bringing anti trust action today against Facebook. Here's a B C's. Aaron captures the Federal Trade Commission asked the judge to order Facebook to divest its Instagram and WhatsApp services to restore competition to social networking. It's really critically important important That again. We block this predatory acquisition of company's New York attorney General, Tess James and 45. Other state attorneys general filed a related lawsuit that accused Facebook of abusing its market power to crush rivals. Restoring competition are lost. It will help consumers have alternatives to Facebook. Facebook said The government cleared its acquisitions years ago and now want to do over Aaron Kotowski, ABC NEWS New York Finally beleaguered Bears quarterback Mitchell True Biscuit has been hearing for three years now how the Bears traded up to get him in the draft, bypassing Patrick Mahomes and he, Shawn Watson. This week, John how the Bears played to Shawn Watson in the Houston Texans. So Mitchell is talking today. He says he tries not to get upset about all this. He says he doesn't control The narrative, so he will just trying to do his job and put his pants on one leg at a time. And just save a little bit of that tall cake you have made as an NFL player, you know, just save it and you'll be fine. You hit the life's lottery already. Don't worry about it. He never needs to work again. No, no. Just just go out there do the best you can. You're obviously a talented athlete. And even when it ends for the Bears, which it probably will. Somebody else will pick you up at a backup of price of all. I don't know. 809 $100,000 a year, maybe a million million two. You'll be okay. Nobody's gonna help hold the tag day from this. Yeah. WLS news time 608 The news sponsored in part by the mortgage experts of Team Hochberg Online at 56 david dot com Fever is the leading sign of covert 19 use an accurate thermometer for twice daily checks. Protect your loved ones with the Xidan temporal scanner. It takes an accurate reading in seconds and is the on Lee home thermometer recommended by hospitals, Physicians and clinics. Stay safe with extra gin. Bound like a crow to the junction 19 out found 15 Kennedy Informal here. 26 out. Found is 25 Eisenhower In from Thorndale 34 Outbound.

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KOMO

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

"Coma Morning News sponsored by the physician said only orthe Oh, Good morning. 7 47 right now, Greg, Her shoulder here. Mandate is off this morning. She'll be back tomorrow and Frank Lindsay is at the editor's desk. Top stories we're following the Pentagon is preparing to distribute a corona virus vaccine throughout the U. S military complex. It'll happen in stages. Assistant Defense Secretary Thomas McCaffrey told a briefing that the distribution will depend on the availability of the vaccine in the next few weeks and months, and he expects who initially received about 44,000 vaccination kits as early as this next week. There are reports that the White House is pushing to include $600 stimulus checks in the next round of coronavirus relief Senate Him I dont Majority leader Mitch McConnell did not include a second round of payments and the proposal he released last week. But the Washington Post is reporting. Other Republican leaders in Congress are trying to make that happen. The U. S. Supreme Court has rejected An 11th hour attempt by allies of President Trump to reverse the outcome of the presidential election. On the CO Moh news line. Right now is ABC News correspondent Erin Khutor scare and I understand that the language was rather succinct. It was just had denied it was one sentence. It was an order without comment, and it denied the petition from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly, who wanted to invalidate 2.5 million mail in ballots from Pennsylvania. On there by, uh, you know, so overturn the results of the Pennsylvania election. Not that it would've mattered. Joe Biden won enough electoral votes to have won the presidency without Pennsylvania, but nonetheless, this was seen as sort of the last best shot. That the president and his allies might have. There is another lawsuit. The Supreme Court is being asked to undertake that one's from Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton suing Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia, alleging those states violated the constitution in the way they ran their election. Is this being viewed as a signal that the U. S. Supreme Court doesn't want to get involved in overturning the election? I don't think that the Supreme Court wants to get involved, especially because these petitions were all filed after the fact one wonders if Congressman Kelly or attorney General. Paxton would be so concerned about what went on if the results have gone the other way. ABC News correspondent Aaron Capture Ski President Trump indicating this morning his campaign will join a case before the Supreme Court challenging the election results in Pennsylvania and other states that he lost. Work comes as he tries to look past the justices rejection of that last gasp bid to reverse Pennsylvania certification of Joe Biden's victory. The high court has asked for responses by tomorrow. Lawsuit from Texas Attorney General Republican Ken Paxton demands that the 62 total electoral college votes in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin be invalidated. He's not mentioning his state's floats. Legal experts dismiss Paxton's filing is the latest and perhaps longest legal shot since election Day, and officials in the four states are sharply critical of what Paxton is trying to do. One attorney general Said that it's nothing more than a publicity stunt Co Moh news times 7 50 time now for the propelled insurance money update going reported more cancelations for it's 7 37 Max jets, which this week is scheduled to carry paying passengers for the first time since the planes were grounded 21 months ago after two deadly crashes. Boeing said. Orders for 88 of the planes were canceled in November of pushing the total to 536 for the year for the 10th year in a row. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been named the most powerful woman in the world, according to Forbes. Vice president elect Kamila Harris made the top 100 list for the first time Dave Ewing in the number three slot. Christine Lagarde, head of the European Central Bank, is number two. Ursula von Dir lay in the first female president of the European Commission and Melinda Gates, co chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Round out the top five. That's your money now. Jennifer Kiss Shaka, Come, Oni Wall Street. We've all lost. Some of the early gains that we were talking about. The Dow Jones average now is in negative territory down about 34 points or 1/10 of 1%. The S and P is just down about two points and the NASDAQ is down about nine points and coming up. Next we'll check Traffic and Weather Co Moh news time 7 51 Have been fed. That's a fact have been. That's a fact. Credit card purchases. Give me cash back purchases. Give me cash back. No one else gets these reboard such and Dad is just playing us through. What in Tarnation, Sir Pen fits para cash rewards card isn't just for military members. Anyone can get cash back on all purchases. Figgins, you've ruined my favorite song. Penn.

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KOMO

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

"For the coronavirus since the outbreak began earlier this year. The number of cases has now passed 15 million and the virus has killed nearly 285,000 Americans. There are indications the White House is pushing to include $600 stimulus checks in the next coronavirus relief package. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did not include a second round of payments in the proposal of the released last week, but the Washington Post reports other Republican leaders in Congress are trying to make it happen. Shortages of cleaning products are being reported that some stores across the country, the American Cleaning Institute, says Cos. They're working around the clock to get cleaning supplies to supermarkets and on right LA Online retailers and they're urging people not to hoard. The U. S. Supreme Court has rejected an 11th hour attempt by allies of President Trump to reverse the outcome of the presidential election. On the CO Moh news line. Right now is ABC News correspondent Erin Khutor scare and I understand that the language was rather succinct. It was just had denied it was one sentence. It was an order without comment, and it denied the petition from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly, who wanted to invalidate 2.5 million mail in ballots from Pennsylvania. On there by, uh, you know, so overturn the results of the Pennsylvania election. Not that it would've mattered. Joe Biden won enough electoral votes to have won the presidency without Pennsylvania. But nonetheless, this was seen as sort of the last best shot that the president and his allies might have. There is another lawsuit the Supreme Court is being asked to undertake That one's from Texas Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton suing Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia, alleging those states violated the Constitution and the way they ran their election. Is this being viewed as a signal that the U. S. Supreme Court doesn't want to get involved in overturning the election? I don't think that the Supreme Court wants to get involved, especially because these petitions were all filed after the fact one wonders. If Congressman Kelly or attorney General Paxton would be so concerned about what went on if the results have gone the other way. Alright, Erin. Thanks very much. ABC News correspondent Aaron Capture Ski Other stories that we're following this morning. The Minneapolis City Council will vote today on whether to shrink that city's police department following the killing of George Floyd. Plan, called Safety for all would cut nearly $8 million from the city police budget. The initial is part of a movement to defund the police following Floyd's death while in police custody last May. New Yorkers were being told to look out for a humpback whale in the Hudson River. Yesterday, the whale made an appearance near Manhattan's Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum. Experts are calling it whale number 89. They say it appears healthy. Are also warning voters to be careful while well number 89 is in the river Kamo news.

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KOMO

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on KOMO

"President, Trump continues to have lawyers leave his team fighting the election results. Three attorneys filed a request to pull out yesterday, saying the Trump campaign consented to their withdrawal. The judge hearing the case allowed only two to withdraw. Word that veteran Republican Senator Chuck Grassley is now going to have to quarantine after being exposed to the coronavirus. The Iowa Republican says he's waiting for his test results, But he says he's not dealing with any symptoms. Grassley's the president pro TEM of the Senate, which makes him third in line to the presidency. He's 87 years old, but he's known as an avid runner. Kummel News time. 7 47 Covert 19 cases continue to skyrocket across the country, with the number of new infections reaching nearly 150,000 yesterday. This mother in Texas, says she thought she was being careful, but she still caught the virus. Unfortunately, I was in a restaurant where it was Austin three other tables and I felt safe there. But I still contracted it. So it's extremely contagious. This is real baby sees Aaron Carter skis on our co Moh news line, hair and good morning. The good news is that there is a vaccine in the offing, two of them at least. That have shown in late his trials to be in excess of 90% effective, you know about visor and then just yesterday, Moderna said It's Corona virus vaccine, based on the same kind of technology of spiders could be 94.5% effective, so there's still more trials to do. And peer review. And like like it could be what Dr Anthony Fauci called the light at the end of the tunnel. It comes just at the right time. Considering some of these staggering numbers we're seeing this morning. The numbers are are really terrible. All of the indicators are up all around the country. Number of cases, hospitalizations, missions, death. Everything that safe used to measure coronavirus are up across the country. We've been seeing all of the states. There does not appear to be a single state where cases are having some, you know, rising slowly, more slowly than others. But still, it seems that cases are on the rise. Everywhere You heard Joe Biden yesterday, talk about a dark winter ahead and seeking to limit Thanksgiving gatherings to no more than 10 people inside a home, But he also called for universal mask wearing and the vaccine we heard from from Dr Fauci and others should not, Nina let up. In those kinds of public health measures that the distancing the mask wear and all that. In fact, he said, those measures in concert with the vaccine could really lead to the eradication of the virus. Aaron here in Washington state, We've gone back into sort of a lockdown. What's it like there? In New York? There are more restrictive measures here in the Northeast, their restrictions on on indoor gatherings on outdoor gatherings. There's a real fear in the restaurant world in New York City that outdoor dining and indoor died. You're going to be per tailed nothing of the schools, which have been able to remain open for partial in person learning for several 100,000 kids that have opted into it. And if the caseload rises just a touch more. The schools would like down. Interestingly, though, Schools have not been a spreader of the virus. It's almost infantile asthma and in the schools, but it does appear to be the endured and some of the other indoor activities. Causing the increase. And so that's where the government is looking next for restrictions. Aaron Thanks for the information, we appreciate it, ABC News correspondent Aaron Capture Ski. Meanwhile, more than a million Children have contracted the virus since the pandemic began. There were 112,000 kids infected just last week in this country. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association say more Children are likely infected, but Not reported, since the illness is often milder in kids Come on news time 7 51, and that's going to get to our propel insurance Money update about 300 companies that received as much as half a billion dollars in pandemic related government loans have filed for bankruptcy, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Degrees in Boston at 6 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron. And here's what's happening. A czar Nation mourns the loss of U. S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who lost her long battle against cancer yesterday at the age of 87. Veces Aaron capture ski looks back in her life better. Ginsberg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joke of emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90 Aaron Carter Ski ABC newsman throughout the morning here on BBC News radio, much more on the passing of U. S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Some encouraging news on employment in the Bay State. The unemployment rate now down to 11%, Massachusetts, no longer with the highest unemployment numbers in the country. It's now Nevada. Holding that unfortunate distinction. Former Red Sox standout David Ortiz recovering from the Corona virus, making that announcement during a broadcast of the Red Sox Yankees game last night. Ortiz was a guest from his home in the Dominican Republic. He said he was asymptomatic and took his final test Thursday, which came back negative, says he's feeling great. His brother also had covert 19. He spent a week in the hospital lost £25. There have been more than 106,000 cases of the virus in the Dominican Republic. Frost warnings up for parts of the state this weekend. We're getting ready for some of the coldest temperatures in quite a while, and that's not good news. For area restaurants trying to stay open during this pandemic by offering customers outdoor dining. The flames burn strongly on Newbury Street in Boston, as outdoor heaters keep patrons happy in these cooler temperatures. Very important. When the sun goes.

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WHAS 840 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"aaron capture" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"See the cloudy skies continue across the area light rain will taper off eventually some patchy drizzle will continue in spots through the overnight period otherwise look for Los to drop into the middle thirties for your Saturday cloudy skies winning out temperatures climbing into the mid forties clearing skies will take over into your Saturday night it's chilly it's a low drop into the mid to upper thirties by your Sunday Superbowl Sunday boy boy does it look really good a lots of sunshine breezy and warmer with highs around sixty degrees I trusted forecasts on W. okay why meteorologist Chris Johnson this report is sponsored by all state if you have been quoted all stay lately it's the perfect time now all state has new lower auto rate you can get the same high quality coverage and hands on expertise now at new lower rates call a local Allstate agent and get a quote now it's mark Livin on news radio eight forty WHAS this is an ABC news special the twin trial of president Donald Trump from ABC news headquarters here is correspondent Aaron captures the impeachment trial of president trump is entering the final hours before a vote on whether president trump should be removed from office do these articles these allegations rise to the level of a sufficient for a removal of office for duly elected president of the United States it does the Senate voted against calling additional witnesses the gays are forty nine the nays are fifty one two Republicans voted with the Democrats to hear testimony from people like former national security adviser John Bolton John Bolton could corroborate the rest of our ever dance and confirm the president's.

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