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"About amazing. Learn more at discover dot com slash redeem rewards. Term supply President Biden testing positive for COVID-19, it's believed to be the first COVID infection for the 79 year old The White House says the president is experiencing mild symptoms. ABC medical contributor doctor Darien Sutton says the president is fully up to date on his vaccines and boosters. His most recent booster was reportedly at the end of March. And this likely provides significant benefit. When looking at a patient and trying to understand their risk in terms of outcomes, knowing that he is boosted is very much reassuring. His symptoms include a stuffy nose fatigue and coffee's taking packs lovid and antiviral drug designed to reduce the severity of the disease. The president will isolate at The White House, but carry out his duties via phone and zoom. Governor pritzker tested positive for COVID and Tuesday and is also experiencing mild symptoms. The WHO reporting almost 14,000 cases of monkeypox worldwide with 5 deaths. The World Health Organization's director general doctor Tedros, saying there are now close to 14,000 confirmed cases of monkeypox reported to the WHO in the last year for more than 70 countries and territories. So far, 5 deaths have been reported all in Africa. Most cases continue to be reported from Europe, primarily, among men who have sexual relations with other men. In as delicate ABC News, at the foreign desk. Family and friends of a Kankakee family grieving after a couple was killed in their three children injured in a crash in Georgia on Friday, the community has been shaken by the death of Justin and Sarah loring. David decker is Sarah's father. He spoke with ABC 7. The kids are starting to come around, they're getting better. That's all I could think about was the kids, you know? But they're doing better now, so I'm feeling better. Police say a semi truck ran a red light
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"Someone who can help. Lenny Bernstein is covering it for The Washington Post and spoke with Taylor van zeiss. Lenny, this has been in the works for a long time now, what happens on Saturday if a person in or adjacent to crisis calls or even texts 9 8 8. Right. The FCC mandated this two years ago and it's taken a lot of preparation and they're finally ready to bring it out on Saturday. Basically the only thing that really changes for the user is instead of dialing 802 7 three talk, you're going to have a simple 9 8 8. That's what you would do if you were in a mental health crisis. Someone you know was in the mental health crisis, it's just a lot simpler and a lot easier. Imagine if you needed an ambulance or a police officer. And you had to dial a ten digit number instead of 9-1-1. It's the same idea. They want you just to have that easy access. And how busy has the national suicide prevention lifeline been in recent years. And what is the expected impact of the 9 8 8 switchover? So it has been busy. There are some places that can not handle the demand. And there are 14 backup centers around the country that those calls roll over to. There was a good story in The Wall Street Journal that calculated that one out of 6 people hang up without ever even reaching anybody. So I believe it's been 3.6 million in the last year. They are expecting that to more than double. Is there funding to ensure long-term success of the 9 8 8 program? There is funding. I'm not sure we should say yet that it's going to ensure the long-term success. The federal government through SAMHSA has put about 280 million in Congress allocated another 150 million, but what everybody says is that we need so much more spending in the field of mental health. We need mobile crisis teams. We need places where you can take people who are having a crisis that isn't a jail or an emergency room that there is going to need to be a lot more spending in this area in general. And then as I mentioned, there are those places that yet can't keep up with the demand and those states are going to have to pony up money to get those crisis centers up to where they need to be. And that leads into my final question as far as a consistent standard of care across the country because if a caller dials into 9 8 8 or gives a text, say, from the Seattle area, are they going to be able to access the same resources as someone in Chicago or Dallas or New York? At the moment, I would say the answer is no. If you call in in one of the places like Tucson, Arizona that is beautifully staffed and the person on the phone can't resolve your crisis, they will send someone to your door. If the person who comes to your door can't resolve your crisis, they will take you to a special mental health center. That does not exist in a lot of places around this country. The person on the phone, very often can resolve the crisis, particularly if it's suicide, there's a threat and they need to separate you from something that will do you harm or you need to separate talk you through a crisis. That happens most of the time. If you need follow-up care, that's where it gets to be very different depending on where you live. You can read much more online at Washington Post dot com. Remember the old number for the national suicide prevention lifeline that still operating today 802 7 three 8 two 5 5. It's going to remain active indefinitely 9 8 8 launches Saturday. Lenny Bernstein with us on northwest news radio Lenny, thank you. That's Taylor van seiss. Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio. Stocks posted broad and sharp games today with investors buoyed by news of stronger than expected June retail sales and some positive earnings. The Dow Jones industrials rallied 658 points, the S&P 500 rows 72, and the NASDAQ composite moved up 201. Benefiting from rising interest rates and strong trading results, Citigroup this morning reported second quarter earnings and revenue that beat expectations. The bank posted a profit of more than four and a half $1 billion on revenue that rose 11% from a year ago. Investors cheered the results as city shares soared 13%. That's your money now. In less than two months, four people have drowned in Chilean county, and many others have been rescued from lakes and rivers where the water is cold and running fast. Carlene Johnson has a warning from the sheriff's office. If you've been to leavenworth and perhaps floated the Wenatchee river, you know how fun it can be. You're gonna hit The Rock. Yeah, it's getting but right now the river is colder and higher than typical for this time of year. We're really encouraging people, even if they're good swimmers to always wear a life jacket when you're on the water with these cold temps and fast moving waters, you can cramp up quickly and not be able to make it to shore. Rich Magnus said, with shalan county emergency management, says this week's drowning of a 46 year old Tacoma woman in leavenworth is the fourth already since the end of May. Right now we're experiencing real hot temperatures over here and so a lot of people are recreating on or near the water. We've had some Sunday 5 water rescues and unfortunately one of them ended up in the death. Magnus says, even those who think they are good swimmers, especially on the river, should always wear a life jacket, carlene Johnson, northwest news radio. For what it's worth, I'm Brian Clark, disheartening news for younger adults who like to drink, moderately, a large global study finding even that carries health risks. I found that moderate alcohol consumption, which in this study was defined as approximately two drinks per day, which is relatively the maximum that we recommend from the CDC, was associated to an increased risk of harm for those under the age of 40 compared to older age groups. But ABC medical contributor doctor Darien Sutton offers this caveat when looking at younger age groups, there
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"And far between as high temperatures are set to stay in the 60s for many areas Sunday to wrap up the weekend and the comma four weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Right now it is a 78° linwood checking in with 71 Bellevue 76, so Olympia 74 in Everett right now at 69° Tacoma 75 in Bremerton 74° and in downtown Seattle it's 73°. 6 36 here at northwest used radio, our big story from around the nation today actually took place on the other side of the world, controversy continues to swirl around president Joe Biden, who spoke to reporters in Saudi Arabia, hours after greeting that country's crown prince with a fist bump. Respect to the murder of Khashoggi, I raise it at the top of the meeting, making it clear what I thought of it at the time. And what I think of it now and this exactly I was straightforward and direct in discussing it. Maybe sees Karen Travers and Erin kurtzke were listening in. The president was asked repeatedly about the fist bump seen round the world, Karen. And he didn't walk away from that. He actually kind of brushed off a question about that. And also didn't step away from calling Saudi Arabia a pariah or saying that he would make Saudi Arabia a pariah back when he was a candidate saying he doesn't regret saying that and what happened to Jamal Khashoggi that horrific murder back in 2018. He said was outrageous, but he doesn't regret that pledge as a candidate, even as he has these series of meetings with The Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and other Saudi officials on this two day visit to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Now Aaron, the big question going into this visit was would the president raise the murder of Jamal Khashoggi when he had that face to face meeting with The Crown prince known as MBS and the president yesterday in Israel was not explicit about how he would or would not raise the issue. And today you just heard him now say that he brought it up right at the top of his meeting. He said he made it clear what he thought of it at the time and what he thinks of it now. He says he was straightforward and direct. He made his views crystal clear, and he said, that's important for an American president to not be silent on human rights issues. He says that is inconsistent with who the United States is, and who he is as a president. You heard him say there, I will always stand up for our values. There was a very strong tweet from the wife of Jamal or fiance of Jamal Khashoggi, kind of channeling what she thought Khashoggi would have tweeted, criticizing the president for that fist bump with The Crown prince when he first arrived at the palace in Jeddah Saudi Arabia. The president asked to respond to that said, I'm sorry she feels that way, but again insisted he was straightforward with The Crown prince. ABC's Karen Travers its 6 38 a bill to make it easier to find baby formula has passed the U.S. House. The formula act would eliminate tariffs on imported baby formula, so long as it meets FDA standards. This in response to U.S. shortage caused by the shutdown of the country's main manufacturing plant. The bill was sponsored by Oregon congressman Earl blumenauer and co sponsored by Washington's Susan del bene. Parents are driving hours to multiple different stores just to find any formula. The measure passed 421 to two with the only no votes coming from Republicans Louis gohmert of Texas and Rick Allen of Georgia. The Senate is expected to take up the bill relatively soon. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio. For what it's worth, I'm Brian Clark, disheartening news for younger adults who like to drink, moderately, a large global study finding even that carries health risks. I found that moderate alcohol consumption, which in this study was defined as approximately two drinks per day, which is relatively the maximum that we recommend from the CDC, was associated to an increased risk of harm for those under the age of 40 compared to older age groups. But ABC medical contributor doctor Darien Sutton offers this caveat when looking at younger age groups. There's an association to alcohol consumption and high risk behaviors, which may also change these results. Another study finds increased levels of iron in the brain associated with people who had four drinks a week. Prior studies have shown that increased iron accumulation is associated to early cognitive decline, as well as early onset dementia, but it's important to know when looking at a study like this, it's showing an association doctor Sutton noting this is only a link, not necessarily a cause and effect. For what it's worth, Brian Clark, ABC News. Time now to get over to the Beacon plumbing sports test can check in with Bill Schwartz Bill, the ems trying to mess with Texas for their 12th straight win. The 11 games in a row the second longest win streak in Seattle franchise history, Brian, and they're looking good to make it a dozen tonight. Lefty starter Robbie ray has fans 7 Texas batters through four shutout innings in the fourth. Seattle put up a three spot. Thanks in part to their all star rookie center Fielder Julio Rodriguez. And a left field this ducks in for a base hit Fraser is into score, Upton's coming home. Out at the play. On route sports Aaron goldsmith
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"Well police found no active threat 41 people were shot 7 fatally in Chicago weekend violence the victims ranging in age from 16 to 65 and 13 people were arrested mostly minors after an incident Saturday night in millennium park More than 100 people gathered in glenview Sunday to rally against antisemitism and to take a pledge against hate here's a Gale This comes as Cook County unveiled a new campaign aimed at calling out hate in all of its forms called county board president Tony Very fact that we're a diverse country which is our great strength Also presents a challenge When folks decide to try to pit people against each other The campaign was spurred on by recent acts of anti semitism aimed at north shore residents in recent weeks and months and glenview many have received hate filled flyers featuring the faces of Jewish elected officials Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing a case today that could determine new boundaries of church and state a high school football coach Joe Kennedy says he was discriminated against after praying with his players at the 50 yard line Kenny said the First Amendment afforded him the right to express himself the school district saw differently ABC's Terry Moran For the school district Joe Kennedy was crossing a constitutional line as a coach and a public employee his act of faith could be seen as an endorsement by the district of a religion and so officials told him he could no longer pray with his players if he wanted to keep his job Some parents said their sons felt pressured to pray with Kennedy but others supported him Kennedy was suspended by pemberton high school in Washington state in 2015 more than 100 million Americans are now fully vaccinated but recent data shows that millions of vaccines either expired or are about to ABC medical contributor doctor alok Patel says parents reason for refusing COVID vaccines for their kids is the very rare occurrence of myocarditis We have data showing that the risk of myocarditis is extremely low That's that heart inflammation It's very low in comparison to the risk of your child getting hospitalized Chicago Bears wide receiver Byron Pringle arrested on Saturday by Florida highway patrol ESPN reporting the 28 year old was charged with reckless driving and driving with a suspended license after police pulled him over for doing donuts on a public road The bear salmon Pringle is a free agent last month on a one year contract worth more than $4 million The bucks beat the bulls one 1995 to take a three to one lead in their first round series The bucks made it look easy Again after beating the bulls by 30 and handing them the most lopsided home playoff loss in franchise history.
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"Nearly 20,000 Americans are admitted to hospitals each day to be treated for COVID that's down 8% from last week overall to a better place with each wave But we just have to recognize that we're not really at the end of the world just yet even though things will be much better in the coming weeks ABC's medical contributor Doctor John brownstein the U.S. has sent approximately 80 tons of missiles and launchers to Kyiv to be used if Russia invades a queen Is to raise the potential cost of an invasion by way of supplying these systems By the way these are sophisticated best in the best in class systems And Putin knows that they're that good Lieutenant general Doug luta former U.S. representative to NATO 39 people have been missing for days They're believed to have been on a human smuggling boat that capsized off Florida's eastern coast Stocks closed lower today the NASDAQ down more than 300 points Stereo Alvin are ABC News Como news 1000 FM 97 7 7 31 37° art Sanders top local stories now from the 24/7 news center as Washington's hospitals deal with a still growing number of COVID patients their administrators have another concern over a bill that would set strict numbers of patients for each nurse on duty Our state has avoided healthcare rationing or crisis standards of care because hospitals have worked together to balance their patient loads Washington state hospital association vice president taya briley says the nurse to patient ratios proposed would end load leveling because hospitals would need to reserve all their staff and their beds for their own communities If we have these ratios in place throughout the pandemic many washingtonians who are served by hospitals outside their community would have lost their lives Well they also says hospitals would have to hire more nurses which would take the limited number away from other services like long-term care facilities She points to California where ambulances have been lined up outside Los Angeles hospitals in patients are unable to get in Calling the omo cron variant the worst of the pandemic struggling restaurant owners took their stories to a round table today with United States senator Maria Cantwell John Lowe martini reports The problems are multiplying This fourth quarter we've lost so much money It's just been shocking We're stunned Supply chain delays are driving up costs and omicron is taking a bigger toll on employees Steve valenti runs the mighty bowl in Vancouver You've probably all seen it where you're going to your favorite restaurant and you show up And they're not open And there's a note on the door that said too many staff are sick The restaurant industry is pushing for a second round of federal aid Anthony Anton heads the Washington hospitality association And we know that there's 4000 Washington restaurants who applied qualified and did not get it U.S. senator Maria Cantwell told the roundtable there's a push to increase the restaurant revitalization fund from 29 billion to $60 billion We think this should be a priority within the next 60 days Trouble is time is running out for restaurant owners many who have used their homes as collateral to stay in business John libertini como nude in a controversial vote Celia Seattle city council effectively voted to continue hazard pay for grocery store workers the four to two vote upheld a move by X mayor Jenny durkan and continues the $4 an hour pay ramp Bump that is city councilman shama sohan Go see what goes have risked their lives on poverty wages to make food available to all of society throughout this crisis Calcium and Alex Peterson voted against the continuation of hazard pay Their lives on poverty wages to make food available to all of society throughout this crisis The northwest grocery association rejected the vote saying we are extremely frustrated with the Seattle council This is a completely unfair and illogical hazard pay ordinance Both University of Washington and Seattle university will return to in person classes January 31st Schools moved online for the first four weeks of winter classes while COVID cases were spiking 7 34 traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the dupin law group traffic center Tama Fulton At earlier stall we were watching in Seattle westbound on 5 to wanna get in The Motley Fool of our baby was doing the brave way that's been cleared away and is no longer causing a blocking issue in the burian areas Don't washing a crash eastbound on 148th street at first avenue south that's causing a bit of a backup from former avenue south and in takua across south on 5 just before interurban avenue has the.
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"And his response to Republicans calling for tax cuts A 50 year resident of the Woodland park zoo has died not by the factor with what happened to Malawi From ABC News I'm Daria albinger a landmark decision from a federal judge in Manhattan at vacates a bankruptcy case involving a company and a family at the center of the OxyContin epidemic The judge ruled a bankruptcy court had no authority to release the Sackler families from liability in civil opioids cases It was a condition of the sacklers four and a half $1 billion contribution to a settlement with state and local governments They had sued Purdue pharma for flooding their communities with OxyContin The judge said she knows invalidating these releases will almost certainly lead to the undoing of a carefully crafted plan that would bring about many wonderful things but she decided that plan can not be based on something outside the bankruptcy court's authority Aaron kitt ski ABC News New York Divided administration has filed a pair of emergency requests with the Supreme Court It's asking the justices to reinstate a nationwide vaccine mandate for healthcare workers with COVID cases on the rise and the emergence of the omicron variant CDC director doctor Russo alinsky has approved an independent committee's recommendation that people opt for the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines over Johnson & Johnson It's very clear that the mRNA vaccines are just slightly more effective as slightly more safe So it makes absolute sense that CDC would preferentially recommend the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines ABC medical contributor Doctor John brownstein says that issue is the rare blood clotting issue associated with J&J law enforcement in New Mexico want to look at an actor's cell phone A search warrant has now been issued for Alec Baldwin's cell phone Authorities are looking for possible evidence including text messages and emails related to the death of the cinematographer who was killed by the gun that Baldwin was holding during a rehearsal Baldwin says he was told there was no live ammunition in the gun and that he never pulled the trigger ABC's Trevor alt house progressives say they passed the bipartisan infrastructure deal Now they want the Senate to stay in session until build back better's past You're listening to ABC News Stay connected stay informed 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on como news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening 6 O two 42 in downtown Seattle I'm Rick fan sized These stories making news around the northwest recall election of Seattle city council member shamas appears to have been mathematically decided tonight the latest numbers from King County election show no votes outnumber those in favor of the recall by more than 300 and there are now less than 150 challenged ballots left to be counted The results are expected to be certified tomorrow Governor inslee laying out his supplemental budget plan which includes spending additional tax revenue and federal COVID money come as Ryan Harris with details The $62 billion plan addresses what the governor calls multiple crises including COVID poverty the climate and educational and mental health issues students have faced because of the pandemic Some of that federal money will go toward nearly a $1 billion in transportation spending Some to keep critical projects going and some the governor says to add to the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Republicans have called on the governor to use the tax revenue surplus to reduce taxes But inslee says much of this is one time money and tax cuts would be longer term I think that it is would be beguiling to think that we can do something that would permanently reduce the ability to service the needs of Washington The governor's plan also calls for an additional $600 million for the rainy day fund which he promises will be back up to its pre-pandemic level within four years Ryan Harris come on is a state senator predicting the new and controversial law cares payroll deduction likely will not begin on time Here's corwin hake with more We're talking about the deduction of 58 cents of every $100 a worker earns to pay for long-term disability or senior care down the road The deduction is scheduled to begin in January but serving on the state investment board democratic state senator Mark mullet of this require points out the board's plans to invest that revenue are premature They're going to delay the collection of the payroll tax He's acknowledging the likelihood governor Jay inslee will approve a delay requested earlier this month by the Senate democratic leadership at some point in the next 48 hours In that request the lawmakers say they have heard from constituents who believe the deduction is unfair and that not everyone who pays in will benefit I really think we're going to see a lot of fluctuation of what's happening in those programs Mullet predicts the legislature will pass several fixes then reimplement walk hairs sometime in mid 2023 Corwin hake como news coming up Sending specialized workers instead of cops or firefighters I'm Jeff Pedro with the latest on a successful Seattle program A news radio update on your traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the duban law group traffic center in marinara I was looking at some travel times Seattle to Federal Way on I 5 is about 36 minutes at the moment If you're trying to leave Alder wood and get up towards the Everett area or south center up to older what I should say on four O 5 it's going to take about 53 minutes Same thing for south center to older one on I 5 about 53 minutes We have very heavy traffic Southbound four O 5 from 5 20 through Newcastle and continues to be slow to 30th in rent and south and I 5 solid from Lake city way down to I 90 south by 5 and highway 18 is slow into fight Your next combo traffic at 6 14 Okay rain showers are not helping They're scattered around the sound right now in.
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"A deadly school shooting This one not in the U. S. Gunman killed seven students and a teacher and wounded 21. Others It happened in the Russian city of Kazon, The 12 19 year old suspect has been arrested. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station K T a R news coronavirus in Arizona. All right. So after that FDA panel gave initial approval, using the Fizer covert 19 vaccine for Children as young as 12 yesterday, ABC medical expert Dr Jennifer Ashton tells us about some of the next steps in the process. On Wednesday, the CDC will make their decision on this. We've heard the CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky say that she is hoping and expecting to see the FDA authorized, which they just did. So it is expected that the CDC will put its stamp of approval on this as well. All right, so the FDA and the CDC giving their stamp of approval for the Fizer vaccine, that two shot vaccine being a used for kid Um, 12 and up now, so everybody over the age of 11 would now be approved. But that doesn't mean that parents are going to jump to get this done. America, Pa County Public Health director Rebecca Sonnenschein was asked how parents are feeling about their young teens getting this shot. It's really difficult to tell. We've definitely been hearing from some parents that have just been waiting for the moment when it's approved and are gonna have their kids first in line, and we also know that There are some parents that are going to need more information and ask some more questions similar to the rest of the population. I think at least a third of parents out there are very excited, and so there will definitely be a lot of demand in the beginning. So here's something that's not going to convince many parents who decided to take a pass on the vaccine for themselves. Discussing the potential side effects, even if they're overwhelmingly mild. Dr Peter Marks is the FDA is director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, He says the side effects scene in 12 to 15 year olds very similar to those experienced by those $16. While some individuals experience side effects following any vaccination, everyone's experience isn't the same, and some may not Experience any side effects at all. When it comes to being approved for 12 to 11 year olds, which is the next step, I'm gonna get my little girl's their shots that Z something that I have decided my wife and I've already decided we're gonna do now. I have people who work in The medical science field in my family one with a doctorate, another one who has worked at a pharmaceutical company for years. And, um, I s o. I trust the science on this. And with the 100% Efficacy 100% that's like unheard of. In the 12 to 15 year olds with the testing. They did. That's you know, that's something I want. I want that and I also think that the side effects as they have been For the All All the adults I know who have gotten the vaccine have been, you know, like Like a 24 hour bug. You know other night hasn't been too bad. Right. I don't know anybody who's had a really truly bad side effect. But you know, that's once again. That's anecdotal evidence, but we haven't we've heard about a very, very, very low rate of people dying after getting the vaccine. I mean, it's incredibly low and that's without even proving causation. Right, you know, between the vaccine and death, So to me, this thing is incredibly safe. And by the way, here's the other thing. I always say this this is yes. This went through the process pretty quickly, but we've been working on Corona virus vaccines for 10 years worldwide. This is not brand new technology. This is not brand new just pulled this out of our out of our hats or I was gonna say somewhere else. We didn't just pull this out of, you know, cavity in our body and just say we think this will work and then just throw it up against the wall. This is something that we've been working on in the medical community's been working on for for 10 years, and then they applied it to this and it's and it seems to be very effective and very safe. Overall, I mean, safer than a lot of the other vaccines out there. Which, of course, that didn't really help my case, either. When you've got some parents out there, they don't want their kids getting any vaccine much less one that they see is a rush through. So listen, I understand the hesitancy. Video wait and see attitude. I get that, But for me, I'm gonna get my kids this when it becomes approved for the 2 to 11 year olds, which is the next step. I hope that happens before the school year comes around, honestly. 5 18 hour. Katya are and it is time for us to check traffic again with Danny Sullivan in the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center is so far Jim. It's been an easy ride out there on your freeways. No delays for you on the 202 Red Mountain Freeway. So that looks good East and West found from it, least Mesa drive all the way in towards state route 51. I 10 the coming in from the avenues. No delays yet. From the loop one on one to Seventh Avenue. I do see a little bit of brake tapping. I 17 South bound Seventh Avenue, the seventh Street, but it is light. And then you've got an injury accident on Buck I m C 85 at about 97th Avenue..
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"Ready to vaccinate school workers to get kids back in the classroom. Teachers in Franklin County will have the option of getting the Corona virus vaccine at Hillyer Davidson High School. A letter to parents says there will be a vaccine clinic at the Davidson Fieldhouse Tuesday, the second through Friday, the fifth. That means all Hilliard schools will be on remote learning the fourth and the fifth. It comes as Columbus City schools plan on returning to hybrid in person Learning February 1st two days in class three days at home, starting with kindergarten through third grade, 4th and 5th Grade, added the next week. I'm Jack Crumley. Also today, the CDC is advocating for the for the return of Children to the classrooms. They cite a new study saying If precautions are taken, Children will remain safe and ABC Medical contributor Dr Todd Ellen says the schools are safer than cities and towns in which they exist in some cases, little evidence. That there's any meaningful spread of covert 19 in the classrooms. The risk of transmission in the community is greater than in the classroom because our infection prevention measures in the classrooms are working. Also this week, Governor Mike DeWine says he's hopeful that the pandemics current down the word trend in the state will allow him to begin easing the state's curfew as early as tomorrow. To fully lift the curfew. Hospitalizations must be C seven consecutive days below 25 Hund. Rid patients admitted to the hospital joining the long list of those facing unemployment or underemployment challenges amidst the pandemic. A number of farm owners who are behind on their federal mortgages needs some help farm owners who are behind on loans from the U. S. Department of Agriculture's farm storage facility alone and the direct farm alone. Well now have a longer break from threats of nonjudicial foreclosure or wage garnishment. The USDA is extending those enforcement suspensions due to the continued economic hardships and agriculture caused by the cove in 19 pandemic. USDA says about 12,000 borrowers in various states of distress and delinquency will be assisted by this Evan Brown Fox News here in Ohio, The state's unemployment benefits system is still struggling to keep up with the vast amount of claims, antiquated computer systems and numerous instances of unemployment fraud found within the system. I'm unemployed. I don't get my check. And state doesn't get a processed. There's no excuse that matters to me. So for anyone who's having that trouble, I apologized to them. It has not been what I wanted to see at all. It's not been what the directors want to see the governor. The first lady is well is Lieutenant Governor John Houston. We're all victims of attempted unemployment fraud just in the past month. Use radio 6 10 telling you TV End sport is my guy. Basketball. Updated service The Legacy Retirement Group Ohio State dozing Penn State tonight a makeup game from the one postpone nearly a month ago to do a Nittany Lion covert outbreak. Tip off tonight. Seven o'clock on the Big 10 Network. Five Football Buckeye seniors Jonathan Cooper Tough Borland, Justin Hillard Bear on Browning and Trace Sermon in Mobile, Alabama. Right now, they're being looked at by NFL scouts at the Senior Bowl. The game itself coming up Saturday. Blue jackets trying to bounce back tomorrow night when those Ford again Jackets were closing in on a win last type of love the game tying goal with under three seconds left and then lost in a shoot out from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports Desk MATTER. COID news radio 6 10 w TV and I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half,.
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"Player reportedly tested positive after the team's recent road trip to North Dakota future games against Denver in Omaha likely to be canceled or rescheduled. And finally Hands of Grey's Anatomy will have to wait a little bit longer to find out what happens to MEREDITH Gray. The ABC medical drama will resume its 17th season one week later than planned on March 11th instead of the fourth coming up here on Colorado's Morning news, the impeachment ball, if you will is in the Senate's court, we're gonna take you live to D. C for the latest on what's next. That moment? The drive right now? John Morrissey, what you see on the rooms. I'm seeing primarily what drive around the metro area on the main roads a little snowy and slipped coming out of your neighborhoods in the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center It's not a horrible storm to drive in this morning. It's more of just a nuisance. We gotta spit of snow overnight and is still spitting a zit still see flakes falling around the metro area. But your drive this morning is going to be most affected by it in the foothills because of fog and both to 85 that I 70 drive starting to see 4 70 subject distinction. Some police departments are on action alert this morning. If you're new to Denver, this may be your first winner here. Action alert means that if you're in an action, little minor fender bender, and there's no alcohol in it. All. There's no drugs involved. Nobody seems to be hurt. Then you could exchange information with the other driver and file a report later. Wheat Ridge eyes on action alert this morning. So you Edie's you've got you've got that to deal with, but really, For the most part, it's not a bad drive, You will run into fog down toward Monument on 25. It's real, foggy south of Castle Rock, too, but that's gonna be about it Right now. We're looking pretty good. This reporter sponsored by Audible, it's a new year and a new auto new, audible Joy, audible originals. Best selling audio books, popular podcasts and more.
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"Begin next Monday, provide administration renewing a push to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. Driver in a Belmont Road Rage case now been charged with murder students in the King Philip Regional School district. They're going to be learning remotely for the rest of the week. A robo call was sent out today to community members to close consideration with the boards of health from ransom. Plainville in North Walk, the district has decided to transition to a fully remote learning model. For the remainder of the week As we investigate multiple positive confirmed cases of covert 19 within the district, the message goes on to say only custodial staff will be the buildings for the rest of this week do deep cleanings. The school district says. This is being done in about 11 abundance of caution, and we'll be in touch with local health boards to reassess in the coming days. As Americans continue to get vaccinated against covert 19. There was word on progress from Johnson and Johnson, ABC medical contributor and infectious disease experts themselves for medical Doc Todd Ellery. This is a single dose vaccine and with a single dose vaccine. If it's effective, you can imagine that's going to really change the landscape of logistics and make it much easier to give. More vaccine. Maternal, meantime, says new research shows it's covert 19 vaccine does work on variants of the virus from the UK and South Africa. However, the company says out of an abundance of caution, they will develop a booster shot. For the South African strain. Voting machine Manufacturers. Dominion Voting systems is suing former President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, saying it wanted to set the record straight and recover more than a billion dollars in damages. The company alleges Giuliani was behind a lie that Dominion had stolen votes and fixed the election for now. President Joe Biden Dominions lawyers, Tom Claire Million put him on formal written notice of these fax weeks ago. And yet he has continued to lie about Dominion over and over again. Even after the events last weekend in Washington, D C and right up to and including the filing of this lawsuit, Dominion is suing for defamation. In response, Giuliani says he will investigate a counter suit. Dozens of people needed hospital treatment following weekend protests in Russia. More than 40. People had to seek medical attention after thousands gathered in Moscow and other major cities to support Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. Navalny recently returned to Russia and was immediately detained. Police estimated about 4000 protesters gathered in Moscow alone with one human rights organization reporting over 1000 people had been detained by police. I'm Bill's him for after being trapped for two weeks in China, 11 miners have been found alive. The news is not all good, though nearly half of the trapped miners Didn't survive just to the mine in Shandong Province in the far east of the country had collapsed after an explosion January 10th, leaving the men stranded under 70 tons of debris. Rescuers mentioned to make contact with the trapped men who'd ask for pickles and porridge to be sent down to trying to stave off hunger. China's minds, of course are among the world's deadliest and Sadly, officials just announcing that despite the rescue 10 miners have bean found dead that is a B C's. He empanel a shooting in Salem, Lisa Man and a woman injured. This happened just before 8 30 last night on Perkins Street north of the victim's conditions. Their injuries are believed to be serious. Both protecting a mass general hospital. No word on any arrest. Nonprofit in Metro West is expanding one of two locations, so we conserve more low income families during the pandemic. Hoops and homework was started in 2012 by founder Herb Chasing as a way to get kids in low income neighborhoods and framing him off the streets after school. The nonprofit provides tutoring and activities for Children at its two centers, Jason says They've expanded their hours during the pandemic so that kids can actually come into the center in the morning and do their online learning there. We make stood there on line. The teacher and ask questions answered. Questions process stayed at home with these crowded departments and the parents struggling to help them with the limited English that stuff the kids are fed While they're at the center, Jason says. Their meal at 5 P.m. is often the last meal. A lot.
Biden to reimpose COVID-19 travel ban that Trump lifted
"Beginning tomorrow, International travelers entering the U. S must provide proof of a negative Corona virus test. The by the administration's also reinstituting travel bans on travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the UK and among other countries. South Africa, ABC medical contributor, Dr Todd Ellen says, I think this travel ban does make sense because the variant, especially the South African variant appears to be more contagious. And also it appears to be resistant to some of the monoclonal antibodies. So far, the South African variant has not been spotted in the U. S.
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"News 93.1 King of Beef Bram ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The pandemic that's killed over 400,000 Americans was president and Joe Biden's first order of business. Thursday, he signed 10 executive orders related to the coronavirus, including a mask mandate on federal Property and interstate travel. ABC is Mary Bruce has more on steps that are being taken. Joe Biden, using the Defense production act to order private companies to manufacture supplies, like specialized syringes that allow health care workers to get an extra dose of vaccine out of Fizer vials, which would increase the number of available doses. We've already identified suppliers. We're working with them on the move of plan forward. He's also directing FEMA to establish 100 federal vaccination sites across the country in the next month and authorizing more medical professionals to administer the shot. The second dose of those shots is critical, says ABC medical contributor Dr Imran Ali. A study out The New England Journal of Medicine shows that the second booster shot is very essential, especially for our older population because the neutralizing antibodies really significantly, Wayne Between the first shot and the second shot, CDC says about 2.4 million people have gotten both doses. So far today the president will sign executive orders, boosting food assistance programs and other will restore collective bargaining rights for federal workers. More Cabinet members could be confirmed today, including his nominee for defense secretary, retired General Lloyd Austin. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing delaying former President Trump's impeachment trial to February to give him time prepare. Senator Bob Casey, a Democrat of Pennsylvania, says his party should use this time to build an airtight case. The president was able to enrage and incite a mob. Come.
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"Bruce has more on steps that are being taken. Joe Biden, using the Defense production act to order private companies to manufacture supplies, like specialized syringes that allow health care workers to get an extra dose of vaccine out of Fizer vials, which would increase the number of available doses. We've already identified suppliers. We're working with them on the move of plan forward. He's also directing FEMA to establish 100 federal vaccination sites across the country in the next month and authorizing more medical professionals to administer the shot. The second dose of those shots is critical, says ABC medical contributor Dr Imran Ali. A study out The New England Journal of Medicine shows that the second booster shot is very essential, especially for our older population because the neutralizing antibodies really significantly Wayne between the first shot and the second shot. CDC says about 2.4 million people have gotten both doses. So far today the president will sign executive orders, boosting food assistance programs and other will restore collective bargaining rights for federal workers. More Cabinet members could be confirmed today, including his nominee for defense secretary, Retired GENERAL Lloyd Austin. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing delaying former President Trump's impeachment trial to February to give him time prepare. Senator Bob Casey, a Democrat of Pennsylvania, says his party should use this time to build an airtight case. The president was able to enrage and incite a mob to come to the capital to seek out and have the intention of killing the vice president in the And the speaker. $970 million up for grabs.
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"100,000 Americans was president and Joe Biden's first order of business. Thursday, he signed 10 executive orders related to the coronavirus, including a mask mandate on federal property and Interstate travel. ABC is Mary Bruce has more on steps that are being taken Joe Biden, using the Defense production act to order private companies to manufacture supplies, like specialized syringes. Allow health care workers to get an extra dose of vaccine out of Fizer vials, which would increase the number of available doses. We've already identified suppliers and we're working with them on the move of plan forward. He's also directing FEMA to establish 100 federal vaccination sites across the country in the next month and authorizing more medical professionals to administer the shot. The second dose of those shots is critical, says ABC medical contributor Dr Imran Ali. A study out The New England Journal of Medicine shows that the second booster shot is very essential, especially for our older population because the neutralizing antibodies really significantly Wayne between the first shot and the second shot. CDC says about 2.4 million people have gotten both doses. So far today the president will sign executive orders, boosting food assistance programs and other will restore collective bargaining rights for federal workers. More Cabinet members could be confirmed today, including his nominee for defense secretary, Retired GENERAL Lloyd Austin. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing delaying former President Trump's impeachment trial to February to give him time prepare. Senator Bob Casey, a Democrat of Pennsylvania, says his party should use this time to build an airtight case. The president was able to enrage and incite a.
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"President of the United States and Republicans siding with the Democrats in agreeing that the president incited insurrection in regard to last week's Capitol Hill riots, President Trump putting out of video denouncing violence and accepting no responsibility for his actions across the country. Law enforcement getting ready for next week's inauguration and a joint bulletin national security officials. Warren last week's riot could feel more violence from extremists secure Eddie also being ramped up at all. 50 state capitals. The FBI and homeland security are reportedly most concerned about violence in Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania election battleground states. BBC's faith A boob. A president elect Joe Biden will be sworn in next Wednesday. Sherry Preston ABC News The rollout of Kentucky's Phase One B of the Cove in 19 vaccination program is underway. Members of law enforcement agencies and teachers now starting to get the vaccine. The school district's are still awaiting a time when their teachers and staff can be vaccinated. But for many, the opportunity could come as early as the end of the month. In Indiana residents 70 and older and our eligible to get the vaccine. Previously. The minimum age to receive the vaccine in Indiana was 80. There are currently 148 vaccination sites, including at least one in each of Indiana's county's man, while the Health department reports 3686 new cases and 59 new deaths, raising Indiana's death, told 8790 Positivity rate rises to 16.1% the 10th straight day in the Red Zone. I sth has updated its weekly covert risk scores, putting all 19 counties in the high risk red zone. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Schedule is shot visit our shot dot I n da Gove or you can call to 11. We are getting some new information this morning on another vaccine, another option coming down the pipeline from Johnson and Johnson that vaccine showing promising results in early trials data from the phase three trial expected by the end of the month, ABC medical contributor. Doctor and I'm Moran Alley tells us the shot uses a more traditional method than the Madonna and Visor vaccines, which gives it some advantages. Unlike the M R, in a type of vaccines that had to be stored in deep, deep freezers with really cold temperatures, this is stable. This uses older technology and you only need one dose. And we will end with Mayor Greg Fischer. He will deliver his annual state of the city address today, typically delivered in person to the Rotary Club downtown. This year, it will be a virtual address. Your next news update is it's 7 30 I'm Will Clark news radio a.
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"Break the gridlock in Washington, D C. Sacramento Mayor Gerald Steinberg is pushing for a new citywide plan to declare reducing homelessness. A top priority. KFBK is Mike Blunt tells us that includes developing solutions to bring people indoors. Steinberg says he will ask members of Sacramento City Council to first approved by $100 million housing bond. The bond is a statement of commitment, but it's also a very tangible way for us to be partners. Again with the nonprofit in the for profit communities to build more affordable housing City Council approved the measure in early 2020, but the effort was stalled due to the pandemic and budget concerns. Steinberg says he's confident the housing bond will pass with the new City Council members They're gonna have, and I know they do their own ideas to make what I have suggested. Even strong. If approved, the larger plan would allow City Council to adopt a calendar with public meetings and workshops to develop in vote on it. By June. Mike Blunt NEWS 93.1 KFBK Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer is moving closer to making an official announcement that he'll be running for governor of California. We get more from kfbk spliff Albert after saying for the last several weeks that he was strongly considering a run for governor of Faulkner, a Republican, said on Twitter. That he had launched an exploratory committee to help determine whether he should make it official in his tweet. Faulkner says no better way to ring in the new year than taking the first step and turning around California, adding, I want you to be part of this California comeback. Faulkner's tweet comes after he said over the weekend that he supports the current recall effort of Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. Clip. Albert News 93.1 KFBK It's 606 on the kfbk Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Thank you, Joe Michaels, and it's not a happy new year. For the entertainment industry will get more on that, but maybe sees Jason Nathan Seuin. Grey's Anatomy deals with life and death on a daily basis on the ABC medical dramas, one of dozens of shows now on a production paused due to the surge of coronavirus cases in the Los Angeles area. The major unions joined forces late.
Antibody research indicates coronavirus may be far more widespread than known
"And a new antibody study out of Stanford medicine painting an encouraging picture fifty to eighty fold more people in Santa Clara county California had covert nineteen antibodies than had been believed ABC medical contributor Dr Todd eller and explains what that means that's good news because that means that even though we think only seven hundred thousand people have had confirmed cases in the U. S. it's more like tens of millions of people so the mortality overall is much less than the four percent that we thank but as of this morning at least seven thirty seven thousand people in the U. S.
Surgeons' group: Brazilian butt lift most dangerous surgery procedure
"Of the mystery of the death and. What happens in the unraveling so I would say which one do you think? Would. Go. With. The. Center right perfect yeah okay go at the center and then if you need. To show. We're all done I, don't I, feel like I you know I've got the book the Halford and. Books. For, retired halfway shows. Yeah So One hundred fifty. OK so this morning I had to laugh at GM a had this urgent. Alert it was an exclusive story at like eight fifteen vowed, printing Brazilian. Butler let's roll the audio. Donnie thanks to celebs like Nicki Menaj and Kim Kardashian voluptuous booties are in the American society of plastic surgeons has a new and urgent warning about the large number of. Deaths they, say occurred during a procedure called the Brazilian Butlin according to the society as many as one in three thousand patients, die making this potentially more dangerous than any other cosmetic. Surgery you have an increase in number of doctors who are attempting to perform this. Procedure and, unfortunately a lot of these doctors are not board. Certified Brazilian Butlin is meant to make a rear more. Shapely it basically combines liposuction with fat grafting sucking fat from where you don't want it like the, thighs your stomach and injecting it where you, do but one performed. Improper Early. There's a, risk of a fatal fat embolism is some surgeons are injecting a little bit too deep there's some important veins that, bring blood from the lower aspect of the legs back. Into the heart until the lungs twenty nine year old West Virginia mom Heather meadows. Came to, Miami for Brazilian butt lift in two thousand sixteen. She never made it out of surgery jeeze same happened. To forty year old Kizzie London in two thousand seventeen also in Miami patients to, look for a, plastic surgeon who's board certified by the American, board of plastic surgery Okay okay that, was this Beverly Hills plastic board certified plastic surgeon and then. Here's Dr Jen Ashton which is ABC's medical expert Dr Jen Ashton is gonna join us to talk this is extremely serious I want to put. This into context or through this is the actual. Warning that came out this week from. Five international plastic surgery societies they title it an. Urgent warning we spoke to a. Plastic surgeon this week who said a warning like this is unprecedented they. Are considering even banning the procedure because the risk of intra operative debt this means death on the. Table so high and put to put that into context for you we heard in the piece one and three thousand there have been studies done for, elective, plastic surgical procedures that look it over a, million patients the risk of. Dying on the table is zero his. Procedure. Is more common more popular it's up ten percent in just the. Last year so this is a big.