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"about 1100" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC News. I'm Chuck Secrets unknown on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Calls for Congress to pass a bill to ensure health coverage for survivors. Mariana James lived near the twin towers on 9 11 buildings fell in our apartments on our apartments, and that's how many of us were exposed, is among a group of survivors and their advocates calling on Congress to fund continued health benefits for those affected. Andrew and Bro was a New York City firefighter and a first responder at ground Zero. Effects are long going and everybody said never forget, And if they don't want to fund this bill that they've forgotten while the terrorist attacks killed Nearly 3000 people. Officials now believe more than that number have died since from 9 11 related illnesses. Dave Packer, ABC News New YORK President Biden will visit all three terror attacks sites tomorrow he won't speak. But tonight, releasing recording on Twitter with a message for those who are remembering losses, America and the world commemorate you and your loved ones. Pieces of your soul. We honor all those who risked and gave their lives in the minutes hours, months and years afterwards, President Biden also calling on Americans to come together to recapture the national unity after the attacks. The Daily average number of Covid deaths in the U. S has climbed to about 1100 big jump in the past month. Russia accuses American Tech companies of election meddling maybe sees Connor Finnegan. Russia has been pressuring social media giants like Twitter over content critical of the Kremlin, Russian state media says US. Ambassador John Sullivan was summoned on Friday meeting with Russia's deputy foreign minister and presented with quote irrefutable evidence of election interference. The State Department says the two met and discussed a wide range of issues. After a busy week in court for the January 6th investigation. Approximately 10% of the rioters who were arrested for taking part in the insurrection of now pled guilty. To the charges against them, according to an ABC News tally. You're listening to ABC news. Alright, let's take a check on your traffic.
"about 1100" Discussed on KGO 810
"Benefits for those affected. Andrew and Tomorrow is a New York City firefighters and first responders at ground Zero. Effects are long going and everybody said never forget, And if they don't want to fund this bill that they've forgotten while the terrorist attacks killed nearly 3000 people, officials now believe more than that number have died since from 9 11 related illnesses. Dave Packer. ABC NEWS New YORK President Biden will visit all three terror attacks sites tomorrow he won't speak. But tonight releasing recording on Twitter with a message for those who are remembering losses, America and the world commemorate you and your loved ones. Pieces of your soul. We honor all those who risked and gave their lives in the minutes hours, months and years after its president Biden, also calling on Americans to come together to recapture the national unity after the attacks. The Daily average number of Covid deaths in the U. S has climbed to about 1100 a big jump in the past month. Russia accuses American Tech companies of election meddling maybe sees Connor Finnegan. Russia has been pressuring social media giants like Twitter over content critical of the Kremlin, Russian state media says. US. Ambassador John Sullivan was summoned on Friday meeting with Russia's deputy foreign minister. And presented with quote, irrefutable evidence of election interference. The State Department says the two met and discussed a wide range of issues after busy week in court for the January 6th investigation. Approximately 10% of the rioters who were arrested for taking part In the insurrection of now pled guilty to the charges against them, according to an ABC News tally. You're listening to ABC News myth versus fact, No, it's not a myth Long Covid..
"about 1100" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Caused massive flooding in the northeast and dozens of deaths. Biden says Better rebuilding is needed to deal with future storms and more than 1000 arcade machines are up for grabs and banning That includes a large number of pinball machines dating back decades, The Museum of Pinball is preparing to close its doors for good, so officials say they decided to auction off about 1100 pinball machines and other arcade games. They say the pandemic caused financial hardship and they won't be able to recover. The 40,000 Square foot museum will host live and online bids this weekend on the floor of the facility, located on Hathaway Street. Officials say the museum has the largest collection of pinball machines in the world. Valued at $8 million. Steve Gregory K if I knew Check a crash in Westminster, Yeah, not a lot of fun here to to good. Let me try that again. Eastbound side of the 22 at Valley View Street. We've got two right lanes blocked by a crash. There was a car fire there. And that is the reason we have some fire equipment there as well. It's a big mess all the way back from the four or five again. That's on the 22 eastbound at Valley View. If you're trying to get through Pasadena crashed there to 10 Freeway, westbound past Mountain Street. Three right lanes blocked with that one. You're slow back from the 1 34. And if you are looking to get through the upland area to 10 westbound before Mountain Avenue, crashing the two right lanes they're causing you. Some delays as well. KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm will Kohlschreiber. If you've been in, Jack, you gotta cause with James. Does that mean already? Hmm. Sorry. Once in.
A Statewide Survey Doesn't Bode Well for California Governor Gavin Newsom
"A statewide survey that just came out today doesn't bode well for Governor Newsom. More than half of all likely voters would vote to recall Governor Newsom next month, according to the poll, conducted by Survey USA for the San Diego Union Tribune, KGTV 10 News in San Diego and KBC TV right here in Los Angeles. 51% of the 1100 polled say they would vote to remove Newsome from office. 40% said they'd vote no on the
Celebrity Cruise Ship Sets Sail on First Voyage With Ticketed Passengers
"A cruise ship with passengers on board, leaving a Florida port for the first time in over a year. Celebrity edge departing from Port Everglades on Saturday. More than 1100 passengers and 800 crew members are on board. This is the first cruise ship to leave a U. S port since the pandemic began in March of
With AMC Shares up 1,100% in 2021, Company Sells Shares
"Movie theater chain AMC is raising two hundred thirty point five million dollars by selling eight point five million shares of stock I marches are a letter with the latest AMC stock price jumped more than eleven hundred percent this year yes people are going back to the movies as corona virus vaccinations increase but that's not why AMC is a so called memes stock along the lines of what happened to game stop large institutional hedge funds bet on AMC stock to fall while online investors banded together to force a short squeeze AMC management says the company will use proceeds from the share sale to invest in new leases and on improvements in existing theaters
Many American Parents Are Hesitant to Vaccinate Their Children
"As young as 12 and now eligible for the fires of biotech vaccine in the United States. But many Americans are hesitant, especially when it comes to vaccinating their kids. The BBC's Reagan Morris talks with parents in California about why they will or won't be vaccinating their Children. They're chanting against Corona virus vaccines. Hundreds of people in Orange County, California, We're protesting a local government plan to create digital vaccine passports. They don't want vaccines mandated to them. Or their Children My kids have. They've had their share of vaccinations. But there was vaccinations are they've been around for a long time. This one is experimental because I had cove it. I mean, I do have friends that died from it. I'm sorry, but here's the thing they weren't getting treated. Clinical Studies of 12 to 15 year olds have shown that the Pfizer vaccine was 100% effective in preventing cove. It That was a study of 1100 Children in the placebo group of the same size 16 Children contracted the virus. Many of the people I've met in this protest survived covert with mild or no symptoms. They resent the lockdowns, close schools and playgrounds and they feel their post viral antibodies are enough to protect them naturally lives in Los Angeles and has four Children. We've all had covert. No. Definitely will not put that experiment in any of our bodies. Unfortunately, I have my dad did it and my sister did it because they lived in Israel in Israel is not allowing anyone to go in any of establishments without It's called the green eyed. It's basically what they're trying to do here. They were forced into it. They don't want to. That's the problem is all this is being forced Tiffany picket in her five Children have all also had covered They don't know how long the antibodies last there. Would you consider getting the vaccine for yourselves or your Children? I want to give it at least another year to see what happens when another Corona virus comes out, and we're able to see how wild strain reacts to those who have been vaccinated.
Apple Officially Unveils Redesigned iMac With Apple Silicon Inside
"Is out with the first redesign of its flagship desktop. I'm at computer in almost a decade. The new machine features the company's own in house designed chips instead of those made by Intel. The new I. Macs come in seven different colors and have better speakers and microphones. They also come with the higher price tag it around $1300 up from around 1100
Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk
"There's been another pet food recall, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula Me L mix brand cat food sold at Wal Mart Stores in eight states is being recalled because it might be contaminated with salmonella £30 bags of mail mix original choice. Dry cat food are involved in the recall. They were shipped to 1100 Wal Mart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming
Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago
"WGN News, a 27 year old man reported missing from the near North Side neighborhood. Omar Abdel Hamid was last seen last Sunday is missing from the 1100 block of North Orleans Street that was from a missing persons alert from Chicago police. He's known to frequent the area of the Harold Washington Library, Police said. He was last seen wearing a white coat with brown fur and black pants. He's believed to not have identification might need medical attention. Area Three Detectives are investigating anyone
South Florida reports surge in COVID-19 variant cases
"South Florida is seeing a surge of covert 19 variant case is increasing the need to get more people vaccinated more than 60% of the randomly screened Kobe cases in South Florida are coming back Puss. It is for the UK variant, the UK variant is more contagious and a little bit more prone to disease and illness. Dr. Eileen Marty says. If I use lab has also found the California and New Mexico variants. The CDC is reporting Florida's nearing 1100 confirmed UK, Brazilian and South African various
Seattle Public Schools moves forward with plan to reopen for in-person learning
"Moving forward with a plan for a small group of students to return to the classroom Monday. Comas Kelly Koopmans reports. That plan comes despite a vote by the Seattle Teachers Union to continue with remote classes. The union says it has no confidence in the district to keep educators safe. The district plans to open classrooms to about 1100 students on Monday. The students included in the in person plan are in preschool and special education. The district and the teachers union have been unable to reach a deal on a plan to return to in person learning more
Washington Football Team Wide Receiver Terry McLaurin On The Jim Rome Show
"We're joined right now by a receiver for the Washington football team. He has put up huge numbers already 87 receptions over 1100 yards receiving. He had four touchdowns last season in the post season, six more receptions 75 yards. He was a member of the All rookie team in 2019. He was Theseventies sixth pick overall in 2019 out of Ohio State. Washington was the NFC Eastern Division champs last season. Terry McLaurin is my guest, Harry. It's great to have you on. How are you? Hey, are you doing to meet you and then have me on your show, Terry. It's great to meet you. It's great to have you on the show. Thanks for doing this. Let's not would say to you and ask you what you've gotten up to so far in the off season, but I know one of the things Is you get on the golf course because I see it on Twitter. How are you hitting him right now? And when did you start playing golf for the first time? Uh, well, I've actually kind of just kind of start getting into golf. I've been a kind of a golf fan. You know, I've watched certain tournament over the course of my life and, um, you know, I found that golf is is another way of kind of unwind from playing football and relaxing and but also staying active, and some of that challenges you physically and mentally and I'm always looking for some way I could get better challenge myself. So, um What better way to find that out, then goal. You know as people that she is, my golf swing is not the best right now. But it's all about improvements. So I think I made a big jump in just a week, and I'm excited to see Where my game takes me next. Terry McLaurin joining us That's exactly the kind response I would expect from you knowing your process than where you go about your business. Now, if you and I were to go back to 2019 is a rookie. You had more than 900 receiving yards. Then you come right back in 2020, and you have more than 1100 receiving yards and you go to the post season when you and I know you're looking forward, But when you look back on 2020 and the season what sticks out to you the most I think just the challenges of the season. Um Just first and foremost, from the pandemic standpoint of, you know, being able to play a full season and then you know the ups and downs that we had, Um, you know, as a as a as a football team, you know, we start off slow, but we started getting our stride and We started getting a moment. Um and then you know, he started to notice that people are starting to respect the Washington football team or and, um you know, we go out there each and every day. The O worked hard for each other and try to win football games at the end of the day and You know, we're not just satisfied into the playoffs are next step is getting there and and winning. But, um, you know, we did something that should that would. This franchise has done in a little while and I feel like it gave us a little bit more men. I'm so the The number one thing that I kind of look back on this season is just ups and downs, but the growth that we made a team and myself individually in my second year, Terry McLaurin joining us, You know you mentioned the postseason. You suffer that high ankle sprain late the year and you went hard like you fought hard to get back on the field. How determined were you to get back in time for the postseason? And how critical was it to you to rejoin the fight with your teammates? Yeah, that was everything to me. Um, you know, not many people know I was dealing with two high ankle sprain at the time when my left and my right, But, um, you know, I didn't really use that as an excuse. I have plenty examples around my building's not use. Certain things or, you know, elements of the things you were going through as an excuse. And just try to put your best foot forward for the team with Coach Rivera battling cancer. I was coming back from his triumphant story s. Oh, there's plenty example so I could look to the Get added motivation and just seeing my teammates face when I'm on that football field, and, um, you know, being a captain, that young leader of the confidence that gives them when I'm on the football field. I wanted to continue that and not being out there with him when I was when I wasn't it hurt. You know what I mean? But at the end of day, um, injuries are part of the game. You just try toe, manage them and try to prevent them as much as you can. But You know, the whole time? I was in good hands with our training staff. And my only thought was just to get back and produce even if it was just to take a little pressure off our other skill players that get you know them Some cleaner looks. I was willing to do
Mass Vaccination Sites Debut Monday In Atlanta, Other Georgia Counties
"Distribution is ramping up in Georgia and the state is opening mass vaccination sites this week. Devil to actually use Audrey Washington is that one of those sites in Hapeville Monday four New Colbern 19 vaccination sites will open right here in the state of Georgia. One inhabit Sham bib Darty and Fulton County's The one in Fulton will open at the Delta Flight Museum near Atlanta's airport this week. We've got an exclusive look inside that site, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency director says. Always 1100 vaccines per site per day. So 4400 day at these forces. By the third week, they'll work on second doses. That means a total of about 8800 doses per day at the four sites Georgians have already received more than 1.7 million shots.
Rush Limbaugh, conservative radio host, dies at 70
"Of Rush Limbaugh a day after cancer claimed the life of the country's preeminent conservative radio talk show host He came along at a time when am radio is in real trouble. Poynter Institute cell, Tompkins says Limbaugh saved the frequency FM radio became the choice for music. But am Radio ended up not really having the purpose. FCC rules Changes and Bill Clinton giving rise to limbo Conservative angled talk radio survived. But liberal talk radio died and and never came back again says they're just too all talk stations in America in 1960, the late eighties changes and Limbaugh payment. The way for the 1100 on the air. Come. 1995, G Miller. WTMJ news.
What to know about COVID-19 variants' potential spread, impact on vaccines
"And I'm No well, King. Good morning. Ah, virus that spreads a lot has many chances to mutate and covert 19 is doing both in this country. Researchers in the U. S now say they have found at least seven new variants here now. Other countries, the U. K South Africa and Brazil. They've all reported variants to with some big questions like Are they more dangerous? Still outstanding. MPR's health correspondent Rob Stein has been following This one. Hi, Rob. Good morning. Well, what have you learned about the U. S variance? So the first of these various was spotted by researchers in Louisiana. But it turns out the same kind of mutation looks like it also emerged completely independently at least seven times in this country. No, That's it awful large because it suggests the virus is doing something called convergent evolution. That's when an organism evolved in a way that gives them some kind of superior power. Here's what Jeremy Camille of Louisiana State University says about what the virus is doing. He spotted the mutation. It's infected millions of humans around the world now and it's probably just, you know, getting Into a more intimate relationship with our species. The question is, What is that more intimate relationship mean? Exactly Does it make it spread more easily from one person to another doesn't make it more contagious. Do do. Researchers know the answers to that? Yeah, well, no one knows yet it looks like it's spreading quickly in the places where it's been spotted, but it's not at all clear. That's because of the mutation. No viruses mutate all the time. Sometimes there are big problems, but a lot of times not so much, and there are other mutants that had been previously spotted in this country. Like you know, one that took over in Southern California Scientists are still trying to figure out whether it's more contagious or, you know, just got lucky. Now this newly identified mutation occurred on a key protein that sticks out from the surface of the virus called the spike Protein. It's how the virus infects cells. That's also the target of drugs and vaccines. So any change could be really important. I talked about this with Andrew Peco Shit. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. We should keep an eye on it. I myself have already passed this on to the people in my laboratory, and we're looking to see if we can find viruses with this mutation because if we can, we're going to bring it into the laboratory and try to study it to see what's actually happening here. Now, you know to be clear. Pecos means he passed on the details about the new various Those colleagues Yes, so they can determine you know whether they're more contagious or not Now, no one thinks there's any reason to panic. You know, far from it, actually. And we already know that there are those other various circulating in this country that we know we should be worried about. And what about the non US variants, some of which were identified before ours. How are they evolve? It Yes. So you know, more than 1100 cases of the one first flag in the UK have been confirmed. At least 40 states and British scientists just released more data than makes them even more worried than ever that, in addition to spreading faster, it may also make people sicker. You know, and the first one spotted in South Africa has not been detected in at least eight states and the one originally seen in Brazil is in at least two states. But the reality is they're probably already way more common than that. The U. S just isn't sequencing the genetic code of the virus enough to really know how widespread they are. And the spot any new variants fast. I talked about this with saucy of pop sq at George Mason University. We're flying blind right now, when it comes to mutations, and how prevalent they might be on the community already, so we really need to ramp it up. The CDC says. It's trying to wrap it up. But the country still has a ways to go. And what about the vaccines that we currently have? Will they help against the new variants? Yes. So the vaccines maybe someone that's effective against some of these various, but so far they seem to work pretty well. But the most important thing is to keep these viruses from spreading as much as we can to prevent any more dangerous ones from occurring. You know, the virus is still spreading like crazy in this country, which makes the U. S essentially a giant Petri dish that could easily produce even
Reports from Boston site around 1500 new Covid-19 cases in Massachusetts, 32 deaths
"Department of Public Health reporting just shy of 1500, new cases of covert, 19 and 32 additional deaths on Monday. The seven day average positivity rate sits at 2.19%. Just Just over over 1100. 1100. People People are are hospitalized hospitalized with with the the virus virus overnight overnight and and 286 286 of of those those patients patients are are in in the the ICU. ICU. The The World World
Massachusetts reports 32 additional COVID-19 deaths today
"Massachusetts Department of Public Health reporting just shy of 1500 new cases of covert and 32 additional deaths Today, the seven day average positivity rate sits had 2.19% just over. 1100. People are hospitalized with the virus overnight. 286 of those patients are in the
"about 1100" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Latest on the Winter storm, the storm wrecking havoc on the city's infrastructure. CPS energy reporting 213,000 customers without power this hour. That's about a quarter of the utilities total customers. No word. How many or due to downed power lines or if it's the result of rolling outages. Those rolling blackouts began overnight, and ERCOT says they'll continue as long as the weather emergency stays in place. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas as extreme weather is shut down 30,000 megawatts of generation, and they're cutting up powered up to two million homes at a time. At this point, we really have no additional generation that we can add to the system to address this shoes. Chair Dion Walker says different agencies have been working together for days to find solutions. But she says power companies cannot increase generations so people need to conserve energy. The scheduled targeted and rolling blackouts will take place often on through the day today across much of the state. KGB surviving the massive rush did a covert, but this snowstorm has proven to be a little too much. The chain today announced the many of their locations will remain shuttered today that includes 21 in San Antonio, many in the suburbs, too. In a statement, a TV says the move was to protect their employees as well as their customers. They say that there have been ongoing delays and their deliveries and curbside as well again. Many A TV stores, including those in the San Antonio Metro area closed today that Arctic front uncomfortable for most, but for the homeless, it can be deadly. Kenny Wilson, who heads the haven for Hope says they've been preparing for this for days. We got on the phone Saturday. We had of the found yesterday morning. My decision about asking all staff to volunteer toe camp out in haven for hope, and it's worked perfectly there about 1100. Residents of the shelter, and crews have been working through the day visiting homeless camps. He says he Been in this weather. Many of the city's homeless population are still trying to stick it out. You know the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio 1200 Wook, I and I Heart radio. I'm Brian Gan NewsRadio 1200 Wook I from the W Away I traffic center. Snow covers all the major highways in the San Antonio area. Tech stock crews are out treating and clearing the snow, but travel is still highly discouraged. This afternoon. All flyover.
"about 1100" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"For days to find solutions. But she says power companies cannot increase generations so people need to conserve energy. The scheduled targeted and rolling blackouts will take place often on through the day today across much of the state. KGB surviving the massive rush did a covert, but this snowstorm is proving to be a little too much. The chain today announced the many of their locations will remain shuttered today that includes 21 San Antonio, many in the suburbs, too. In a statement, a TV says the move was to protect their employees as well as their customers. They say that there have been ongoing delays and their deliveries and curbside as well again. Many A TV stores, including those in the San Antonio Metro area closed today that Arctic front uncomfortable for most, but for the homeless, it can be deadly. Kenny Wilson, who heads the haven for Hope says they've been preparing for this for days. Got on the phone Saturday. We had on the phone yesterday morning. My decision about asking all staff to volunteer to camp out in haven for hope, and it's worked perfectly there about 1100. Residents of the shelter, and crews have been working through the day visiting homeless camps. He says he Been in this weather. Many of the city's homeless population are still trying to stick it out. Yet the latest news anytime anywhere just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news, Radio 1200 W Away, I and I heart radio. I'm Brian Game NewsRadio 1200 Wook I from the W Away I traffic center. Every major highway in the San Antonio area is covered in snow tech stock crews are on the highways. Now they're treating and clearing the stove. But travel is highly discouraged. All flyover connectors between highways are closed due to ice. And a lot of the ramps on the highways have ice build up in some are closed as well. If you see any traffic problems call to one Oh, 785 26. So one I'm junior Crusoe News radio 1200. W O a. I This report is sponsored by Red Pilled America..
Coronavirus in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Feb. 14
"Latest coronavirus numbers 122. New cases in D. C today with no deaths. That's down from three deaths yesterday. Maryland reporting 847 new cases down from more than 1100 today before Maryland's 18 deaths, also down from 33. Virginia reporting 2500 new cases but down from 3215 cases yesterday 16 people dying in the common wealth, which is down from 30 the day before. For the latest coronavirus numbers, go to w t o p dot com.
More Than 1,200 COVID Vaccine Doses Have Been Wasted in Massachusetts
"With vaccines in such short supply we've learned more than 1200. Doses of the vaccine have gone toe waste here in Massachusetts. State telling WBZ TV SIDE team As of last Friday, almost 1100 doses of the Madonna vaccine and 176 doses of the Fizer vaccine have been reported as wasted. That's a vaccine wasted percentage of about 1760.13% of the 960,100 covert doses that have been shipped here to Massachusetts. Healthcare providers are routinely finding extra doses and the Madonna vaccines and they have to be used within six hours of opening Those vials.
"about 1100" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The adult male broken toe A plane yesterday man who the Air Force says had several warrants for his arrest was caught exiting a C 40 plane like the one used by the vice president, Defense secretary and congressional leaders. The 7 37 style plane has an exterior that looks similar to Air Force One. We now have learned. The Air Force has launched an I G investigation and worldwide review of security measures at Air Force of bases and flight lines around the world following this alarming incident boxes, Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon. The man whose name has not been released, was issued a federal summons for trespassing. The Air Force says there's no evidence that he has any ties to extremist groups. They got. Press Secretary John Kirby says Officials of the base have made adjustments to security protocols. President Biden has expressed concern that is nearly $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package is not big enough that we told CBS News. It's likely a hike in the federal minimum wage will not be part of the package, though he said it still should happen. The economic show if you do that. Whole economy rises. The House and Senate have both passed procedural measures that would allow the covert relief bill to pass in the Senate with just a simple majority. Why now, she's medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci says. Once we get the summertime and more people get vaccinated, we will likely be able to go back to doing things we haven't been able to do when the virus was at its peak because the infections get at a very, very low level. And the relative risk of having a problem becomes much, much less. Then you'll find yourself getting closer and closer to normality. The White House has asked the Pentagon for about 1100 troops to help administer the vaccine around the country. The first will be deployed to California the NFL has offered several stadiums for uses mass vaccination sites..
"about 1100" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Plane like the one used by the vice president, defense secretary and congressional leaders. The 7 37 stop plane has an exterior that looks similar to Air Force One we now have learned. The Air Force has launched an IG investigation and worldwide review of security measures at Air Force of bases and flight lines around the world. Following this alarming incident boxes, Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon, the man whose name has not been released, was issued a federal summons for trespassing. The Air Force says there's no evidence that he Has any ties to extremist groups. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby says officials of the base have made adjustments to security protocols. President Biden has expressed concern that is nearly $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package is not big enough, though he told CBS News. It's likely a hike in the federal minimum wage will not be part of the package. No, he said it still should happen all the economic show. If you do that the whole economy rises. The House and Senate have both passed procedural measures that would allow the covert relief bill to pass in the Senate with just a simple majority. Why now, Chief Medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says. Once we get the summertime and more people get vaccinated, we will likely be able to go back to doing things we haven't been able to do. When the virus was at its peak because the infections get at a very, very low level, and the relative risk of having a problem becomes much, much less. Then you'll find yourself getting closer and closer to normality. The White House has asked the Pentagon for about 1100 troops to help administer the vaccine around the country. The first will be deployed to California the NFL has offered several stadiums for uses mass vaccination sites. America is listening to Fox News. But this summer open up a world of possibilities for your high schooler. Georgetown University.
Dallas County adds 1,427 new Covid cases
"North Texas vaccination centers continue to inoculate residents. His new cases remain steady, especially in the region's most populated counties. Dallas County reported 1427 new cases and 40 new deaths Monday, Tarrant County added 1887 new cases and 28 deaths. Territo also reported the third straight day of covert hospitalizations below 1100.
"about 1100" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"A chunk of time left for for closing statements. There is no question. I'm just giving you each an opportunity to give final thoughts before we close out this great discussion, Admiral Mullen, I will start with you. You're closing thoughts. Just, uh, just a moment that I think will inherit started, You know, saying that he had was was in tears on national television at one point right after there's there's such a human dimension to this. Don't ask, Don't tell story And right after I retired the following October, I was asked to go to an event in Washington in New York on the intrepid that many of the advocates for this wanted to just say thanks and I declined basically, because I was I almost looked at it. Look I've given at the office. I just need some time to rest. Spend time with my family. A year later, and I said, Let's look at it next year. The following year, I agreed to do this and what one of the leaders said to me, So we went to New York. My wife and I went to New York and it was It was a joyous celebration of about 1100 people as I've ever seen in my life. I mean, it was just there was a freedom aspect of it. There was just out and out, Joy. And tears and what one gay lesbian leader told me is what you don't have talking to me. What you don't understand is you are in so many of these people's lives, the first person in authority in their life. That has ever said it's OK and acknowledges them and that's from their family, their school their jobs wherever it might be, And that was jarring to me that that was part of it, and they wanted to say thanks. For that. And then at that affair was an 82 83 84 year old World War two Better who literally came up to me who was gay and had fought in World War two and was heroic in his fight, and he just looked at me grabbed me by the shoulders and said he couldn't thank me enough. He'd been waiting his whole life to be Acknowledged for who he is. And.
"about 1100" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Sincere. There's not been begrudging so far. Meanwhile, we must point out that while President Trump said on Twitter Monday that he authorized the transition process, he also added that he is not conceding the presidential election and he will continue to fight it in court. University of North Texas in Denton is feeding hundreds of students who won't be home for Thanksgiving this year due to covert 19 concerns. Dean of students, Marine, McGinnis says the school provide about 1100 needles bagged up everybody's meal for them, which includes their best potatoes, or am I Stopping a vegetable cream of mushroom soup it they got green beans, Mac and cheese. Then, of course, the protein and supply students signed up this week so they can still enjoy a home cooked meal on this Thanksgiving holiday season. Meanwhile, a classic big 10 football rivalry game that had been set for Saturday has been called off. Minnesota head football coach P. J. Flex seemed confident for his Golden Gophers heading into the battle for Paul Bunyan's accidents. Rival Wisconsin play for your state. You play for the people who played before you. You played for the robbery you play for the trophy. How Saturday's game has been canceled by the Big 10 Is Minnesota was forced to pause all football related activities Tuesday to deal with Kovar 19 outbreak, which includes nine student athletes testing positive. As a result of this cancelation. Wisconsin no longer qualifies for the Big 10 championship, failing to meet the minimum required game set by the conference after the Badgers missed out on two contests earlier this year to do their own covert situations. Man. Napolitano Fox New Nexus business. The closing numbers from Wall Street already mentioned this. The Dow gained 454 points today. NASDAQ Grew by 150 60 S and P 500 up 57. In the Rexall Yusa, WB AP News Desk and Dennis Martin Next updates at 7 30. Meanwhile, of course, there's 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. There's no way that Joe Biden gotten.
"about 1100" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Arizona votes Account Could the election lawsuits be over in Arizona today, President Trump's lawyers drop their lawsuit over ballots with overvotes just under 200 ballots were in question. The Trump campaign pulled the lawsuit, calling it a moot point after finding the president could not overcome President elect Biden in Arizona. And it does appear that Joe Biden has an insurmountable lead over President Trump in Arizona, With only 10,300 ballots left account by this lied about 1100 votes more than the remaining uncounted ballots. Valley. Political experts stand, Barnes says A Republican president lost Arizona incumbent Republican Senator Martha McSally lost to Democrat Mark Kelly. But all of Arizona's GOP US representatives won re election. And the state Legislature remains in Republican hands down ballot. Republicans did well, this defies once again, the supposedly smart, chattering class that thinks they can predict this sort of thing. More than 3.4 million ballots were cast in this election. That's a half point shy of the all time record of 80.1% in Arizona. From cross Katya Art is we've been told President Trump will be making remarks concerning the Corona virus pandemic in the Rose Garden around 2 P.m. Arizona time. It'll be his first public remarks since the election was declared for President elect Joe Biden will carry those remarks Live on 92 3, FMR APP and it Katie Jr dot com And for the latest election news had to Katya Jr dot com slash Arizona votes. T T A R traffic traffic alert update on an East Valley Way closer live from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Here's Larry Lewis. He had you have to to Oh, to Santana remains closed eastbound due to a fatal accident that occurred near Power Road Right now you can use these found us 60 eastbound railroad or Warner, And then you can react since the eastbound Tuo.
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"Biggest school district's is shutting down classrooms is our state's coronavirus. Cases surged, but first Arizona votes but count we gonna have after Election Day, and with just a few 1000 ballots left to be counted. ABC News now projecting. Joe Biden will win Arizona and it's 11 electoral votes. Katya is Jim Crosses live in Phoenix, Jamie about 10,300 ballots still uncounted in Arizona went for the president now mathematically impossible. President elect Joe Bynes lead is about 1100 votes above the number of uncounted ballots. Valley political experts stand, Barnes says This was a historic election in Arizona, choosing a Democratic presidential race for the first time since 1996. And uncover Republican Senator Martha McSally is lost to Democrat Mark Kelly gives Arizona's two senators in D. C for the first time since 1953 70 years Since we've had two Democrats from Arizona and United States Senate, you have to go back to pre very Goldwater. That all by itself makes in a historic election of Barnes says down ballot. Republicans on the tickets did very well with all of Arizona's GOP, US representatives, winning reelection. And the state Legislature also remains in Republican control. Live in Phoenix Jump cross Katya. Our new attorneys for the Trump campaign acknowledged their lawsuit in Arizona is not about voter fraud. Katya, our legal expert, Monica Lindstrom tells ghettos and Chad that complaint from the very beginning didn't really ever point to fraud appointed more to the poll workers did something wrong. They didn't follow the procedure. Trump's team is seeking to bar the certification of election results until Emanuel inspection is completed. Those that contained overvotes where people voted for more candidates than permitted of the 166,000 ballots cast at polling places on Election Day America to County There were 191 over votes in the presidential race. Phoenix attorney Steven Richards, the numeric Oppa County recorder, some of his goals in confidence in the office and in the process and getting the office out of partisan activity and political activity. In fact, he ran on the message of making the county recorder's office boring again. Anything. He wants to focus solely on the job and delivering competent elections..
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"I'm Hillary Howard and I'm Sean Anderson. Top local stories We're following for you this hour concerning news about Corona virus here in the D. M V. Nationwide case counts are rising in our region. The numbers in Virginia and Maryland now exceed the surges we saw last spring. But that doesn't mean residents aren't doing a better job of staying safe, especially In Northern Virginia. Our story from double DT Opie's Christi King. Fairfax County is doing well compared to elsewhere. But Dr Benjamin Schwartz of the County Health Department says numbers have an inching up in recent weeks. We need to be very concerned. Now it's colder weather comes the holidays approach and people experience virus fatigue. We need to stay the course. Stick with what's been working the mortar that people take the steps to reduce transmission. Loudon County Health director Dr David Good friend mask wearing so Distancing staying home would sick handwashing. Flu vaccination covert vaccination went available All of that will get us back to normal that much quicker Christi King. W. GOP News Here are the local Corona virus numbers in the D M V. The seven day case average in Maryland passed its peak set last spring. When the outbreak first happened. Theseventy positivity rate is more than 5% for the first time since June, 24th. The state reports an average of about 1100 cases a day, an increase of 300 cases per day. Since last week, D. C is reporting a seven day average of about 90 cases, which is about the same as last week. Maryland has had 52 new hospitalizations. That's yesterday. Virginia had 37 D C 15. In terms of deaths. Nine people died in Maryland, six in Virginia, one in the district. Now restaurants in our region. They are bracing for the winter months summer allowed for outdoor dining with cold weather approaching those same businesses find themselves scrambling to get their hands on outdoor.
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"The Mid Atlantic Inc. Joe Biden may flip two more states President Trump won in 2016. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. The Democrat has taken the late this morning in Pennsylvania and Georgia were a recount looms with Biden's lead only about 1100 votes. Yes, it's a tight race, so be patient. The outcome will be certified who haven't on it, so we will all know that the outcome is correct. Gabriel Sterling is George's voting system implementation manager there about 4100 ballots left to count perhaps thousands more military absentee ballots. They arrived today. And now two foxes. Tanya J. Powers live in Philadelphia. Save. Joe Biden leads President Trump by almost 7000 votes here in Pennsylvania right now, the secretary of State's website says about 95% of those mail in ballots have been counted. Ballots are still being tallied in Philadelphia, as well as Allegheny County that, though to that lean Democratic today at five o'clock is the deadline to receive absentee ballots here in Pennsylvania as long as they were postmarked by Election Day. Military ballots still have a few more days to come in those have until Tuesday to be received. If again they were postmarked. By Election Day. Johnny the Trump campaign, far from conceding Fox's John Decker live in Washington, the Trump campaign in his statement, saying This election is not over the false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final Once the election is final, the statement said, President Trump will be reelected, The Trump campaign is trying to find evidence to back up the president's claims of massive fraud. By asking his supporters for help. According to top two top campaign officials, an entire room inside their headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, has been turned into a designated call centre to field calls from the voter fraud hotline that the campaign began yesterday. Gave John the unemployment rate dropped a full point last month from 7.9 to 6.9% with 638,000.
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"Joe Biden may flip two more States President Trump won in 2016 I'm David Anthony Fox News. The Democrat has taken the late this morning in Pennsylvania and Georgia, where a recount looms. With Biden's lead only about 1100 votes. Yes, it's a tight race. So be patient. The outcome will be certified who haven't audit so we will all know that the outcome is correct. Gabriel Sterling is George's voting system Implementation manager there about 4100 ballots left to count perhaps thousands more military absentee balance if they arrived today, and now two foxes, Tanya J. Powers live in Philadelphia. Save. Joe Biden leads President Trump. I almost 7000 votes here in Pennsylvania right now, the secretary of State's website says about 95% of those mail in ballots have been counted. Ballots are still being tallied in Philadelphia, as well as Allegheny County that, though to that lean Democratic today at five o'clock is the deadline to receive absentee ballots here in Pennsylvania as long as they were postmarked by Election Day. Military ballots still have a few more days to come in those have until Tuesday to be received. If again they were postmarked by Election day. Tony the Trump campaign, far from conceding Fox's John Decker live in Washington, the Trump campaign in his statement, saying This election is not over the false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final Once the election is final, the statement said, President Trump will be reelected, The Trump campaign is trying to find evidence to back up the president's claims of massive fraud. By asking his supporters for help. According to top two top campaign officials. An entire room inside their headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, has been turned into a designated call centre to field calls from the voter fraud hotline that the campaign began yesterday. Dave John. The unemployment rate dropped a full point last month from 7.9 to 6.9% was 138,000 people finding you a job on Wall Street. The Dow's down 100 points America's.
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"Orchard dot com. NewsRadio, LBJ on John Cooley. This news of services, Sinus and snoring specialists. Another day of records made on Wall Street, the Dow ending in 28,646, the S and P. 500 up. 26 points close again 3527 in the NASDAQ, adding 164 finishing today at 11,940. Resident Donald Trump says Portland's mayor and Organs governor are still refusing help from the federal government. Despite residents and leaders in the city and state begging for his help. And over the weekend T ABC conducted another round of inspections of bars and restaurants looking for violations of the governor's covert 19 orders. Chris Border with TBC says it was the 11th consecutive week. They've conducted these inspections. Last weekend, T. ABC agents conducted a total of about 1100 inspections statewide. And of those we found a total of 16 violations multiple weekends of crabs. Gather, get downtown Austin Porter says on Ly. One of those violations were found in Central Texas. Your tail BJ radar weather Watch. It's 96 degrees low. 78 Get Austin News on demand it news radio kale BJ dot com thing Taking a look at our roadways. We do have slow traffic conditions 35 both directions through downtown. We also have an injury collision down on the frontage road, a 35 in north about approaching North told 45. Left lane is blocked. But it is causing backups on the main lanes that is backed up to farmer and then we also have a traffic has a reported west to 98 Circle Drive and over on mo Packet is a stalled vehicle, partially blocking the Express lane. North bound just passed in build. I'm willing to bring up with Austin's on time traffic. It's a busy week for the Austin City Council, tackling the police budgets and dealing with some homeless issues. But they're growing concern about what you may do this coming Labor Day weekend because.
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"In the House and Senate, will meet today with President Trump about the next Corona virus stimulus bill. One flashpoint enhanced unemployment benefits right now, as many as 25 million Americans are getting an extra $600 each week. That's a program that cost about $15 billion a week, A number of Democrats said they hope to extend that Program through January. But other Republicans object, saying it's a disincentive to return to work. FOXES. Steve Harrigan, another key debate funding for the C D. C for testing and contact tracing something the White House is said to be against with the election a few months away. The president tails Fox News Sunday. I'm not a good thing I don't like to lose. I don't lose two off. The latest Fox News poll has the president trailing the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, by eight points. America's listening to Fox News Staying connected continues with 1061 FM Talk way are feeling the heat today An advisory has been issued for the eastern half of the state, basically from Winston Salem East, it goes into affected noon. Temperatures are expected in the mid nineties, but the Heat index could go is high as 110 Just under 100,000 covert. 19 cases have been confirmed. In North Carolina, The positivity rate remains around 9%. Hospitalizations were about 1100. The death toll from Corona virus in the state is now 1669. No one was injured in a warehouse fire Sunday afternoon in Thomasville. Fire crews worked for about two hours to get that blaze under control on Ridgecrest and Taylor Streets. Units from across the county responded due to concerns over firefighter fatigue in this heat. Because of the fire remains under investigation. I'm Kyle Wilson. From the JD Service now plumbing, heating and air conditioning, traffic center. Roads look good moving on time. No accidents or stalls to report. We do have.
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"The problem is that people outdoors on the sand, while the area says it took hundreds of deputies to enforce the spring Beach shutdown and later social distancing Any guarantees a holiday beach shutdown would create pushback has the demand for covert 19 testing goes up the state is taking over the Raymond James Stadium testing site. They still say the goal is to process 1000 people per day, which is much more than what local personnel have been ableto handle. The delay, frustrating for people like Josh Carrasco spoke to news Channel eight, waiting for about an hour to have to get tested. And then we're told It's going to take 4 to 5 business days for us to get results. Meanwhile, the scientist Tropicana Field closed early for a second straight day. It will reopen tomorrow with seven AM Florida spike in covert 19 cases continues. The Department of Health reports more than 6000 new Corona virus cases pushing the state's total case count past 152,400. Florida has had more than 3500 virus related deaths since the pandemic began after 58. More fatalities were added to that total hospitalizations are up by 226. Raising the statewide talent more than 14,500. The state's positivity rate is now nearly 8%. Riko Shal, NBC News Radio Space six, is set for a historic launch. A Falcon nine rocket is set to blast off today from Cape Canaveral in the company's first launch as part of the US Space Force mission. Space force was created back in December. The rocket in today's launch will carry satellites for military use. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio w F L A This is a Bloomberg money minute. Stocks are off their highs. Resurgence of covert 19 has shaken confidence. The Dow Jones industrial Average is down 47. The S and P is up 19. The NASDAQ Off 108 chancellor is up 6% pushing its market value over $200 billion. It's now worth more than Exxon Mobil, which has seen its value fall to about 185 billion. It's a sign that investors are betting on a transition away from fossil fuels. The U A. W is asking GM to temporarily shut its SUV plant near Dallas. It's Govind. 19 cases rise in Texas. GM is pushing back, saying there is extensive protection. The plant makes the profitable Chevy Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade. With air travel in a deep slump. Airbuses cutting back the plane maker will cut its global workforce by about 15,000 by next summer. Airbus has about 1100 U. S. Employees, according to its website. Larry Coughs Key Bloomberg Radio. W F L A News brought to you by the Holland Group Retirement Wealth Advisors. Has the Corona health disease caused you financial disease. The long term effects of the Corona virus are unknown. But the short term effects for the stock market included record single day and single week losses. How is this health care? Affected Your retirement savings?.