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Wisconsin sees record coronavirus cases and deaths as Midwest hot spots rage

Ken Coleman

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wisconsin sees record coronavirus cases and deaths as Midwest hot spots rage

"First lady Melania Trump Post about her battle with Corona virus and revealed for son Barron Trump also tested positive earlier this month. This as Adriana Diaz tells us new cases are on the rise in at least 37 states. Wisconsin, just set to records. No one wants the most daily covert cases and deaths the state's ever seen. This is really the five alarm fire in our communities. One hospital system saw 500% rise in covert patients in the last few weeks to ease the strain. A field hospital built near Milwaukee Open today, all while Midwest hot spots rage.

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Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Or your home for original reporting. I'm Allison Keys in Washington. The man many consider to be the coolest of James Bond's Sir Sean Connery has died at the age of 90 as the first James Bond to make it to the screen. Sean Connery set the standard for Her Majesty's double 07 from his savoir faire. Um I properly dressed for the occasion to his lover's Behave yourself, Mr Bond in seven movies from 1960 two's Dr No To never say never again in 1983 Connery gallivanting around exotic locales battling evil doers. Which lunatic asylum did they get You? Connery, eventually tired of playing the secret agent. But with more than two dozen bond movies, he started a franchise that keeps audiences wanting more. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS There's controversy on the campaign trail over what the American Medical Association says is a baseless claim by President Trump. The doctors are making money off of the Corona virus. Are doctors get more money? If somebody does from that's too It's like $2000 more Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden snapped back over the false clean President. United States accuses medical profession's making up covert death so they make more money. Doctors, nurses go to work every day to save lives. They do their jobs. Donald Trump started stop attacking them and do his job and internal CDC document says call that 19 is on the rise in 49 States, CBS Adriana Diaz with the latest. The Midwest is still the nation's epicentre for now, due in part to covert fatigue and covert deniers, says Minnesota epidemiologist Michael Oh, stur home up to a third of the population believes this pandemic is a hoax. And they believe that will end next Wednesday. No public health messaging is having an impact on that population. In Wisconsin, the CDC found that a sleepaway camp was a super spreader event this summer, with one positive case leading to 116 infections, and South Dakota is battling a positivity rate of an astonishing 46% meeting. Nearly half of tests are coming back positive. An American citizen's been rescued. Seal Team six has rescued an American citizen being held hostage by a criminal gang in northern Nigeria. Philip Walton was living in a small village in the neighboring country of When he was kidnapped earlier this week and taken across the border into northern Nigeria, where the gang apparently intended to hold him as hostage for a ransom. That is CBS's David Martin. And this CBS News Never miss a moment Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O P s. It.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:41 min | Last month

"adriana diaz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Steve Futterman. It was a debate without Dick or I'm not going to answer the question. We answered. That question was just left. You should President Trump and Joe Biden mixed it up for more. In 90 minutes last night in their first debate, they're were insults on both sides. I'm not here to call out his lies. Everybody knows he's a liar is nothing smart about you, Jo 47 years you've done. Mr Trump was clearly the more aggressive and was told on several occasions by moderator Chris Wallace to follow the rules. He accused Biden of being beholden to the left and being soft on law and order. The people of this country want and demand law and order and you're afraid to even say it uncovered 19. There were sharp differences by Accused the president of misleading the American people say, Man, it's mauled by Easter. This should be gone away. And by the way, maybe could inject some bleach in your arm that would take care of. But Mr Trump defended his response to the illness. Two million people would be dead now, instead of still 200 for 1000 people. At one point, the president refused to categorically condemn white supremacists. That's something the Biden campaign will likely try to exploit. I'm Steve Futterman. Now with more CBS News. Here's Peter King of a question is did the president's strategy work? Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett The president clearly wanted to get Joe Biden either off his game or distracted by his mere presence. The big challenge for the former vice president was to stay on point. You tried the best he could. But he also got personal in ways that I think the debate team would prefer that he not. Kentucky's attorney general, is expected to release recordings of the grand jury proceedings and Briana Taylor case this morning after a juror said they may not have gotten the full story. CBS's Adriana Diaz is in Louisville Grand Juror filed a motion asking to speak publicly accusing Attorney General Cameron Of using the grand jurors as a shield to deflect accountability and responsibility. Cabin glow Gower represents the anonymous juror on my client's concerns, is making sure that there's the appropriate information for the public as a whole to see what's going on. It's been said that his Disney goes, so does the economy and now Disney Corporation says it's laying off 28,000 workers that it's to us theme parks because of the pandemic. Disney World employees, Sally Anne Evans says regarding her prospects for the long term like now, I'm not even thinking about it. I'm just thinking about How we gonna survive in this couple of month, Disneyworld is open it reduced capacity Disneyland in California remains closed in. Ironically, Florida and California are both represented as the N BA Finals start tonight at the Disney World bubble between the Miami Heat in the Lakers..

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Fresh "Adriana Diaz" from Car Pro with Jerry Reynolds

Car Pro with Jerry Reynolds

00:34 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Adriana Diaz" from Car Pro with Jerry Reynolds

"At 19 is on the rise in 49 States, CBS Adriana Diaz with the latest. The Midwest is still the nation's epicentre for now, due in part to covert fatigue and covert deniers, says Minnesota epidemiologist Michael Oh, stur home up to a third of the population believes this pandemic is a hoax. And they believe that will end next Wednesday. No public health messaging is having an impact on that population. In Wisconsin, the CDC found that a sleepaway camp was a super spreader event this summer, with one positive case leading to 116 infections, and South Dakota is battling a positivity rate of an astonishing 46% meeting. Nearly half of tests are coming back positive. An American citizen's been rescued. Seal Team six has rescued an American citizen being held hostage by a criminal gang in northern Nigeria. Philip Walton was living in a small village in the neighboring country of When he was kidnapped earlier this week and taken across the border into northern Nigeria, where the gang apparently intended to hold him as hostage for a ransom that isthe CBS's David Martin and this CBS News These days. Better nutrition and stronger immunity are essential. That's why egg lands best gives you and your family more so we can all be at our very best on ly glands Best..

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:36 min | Last month

"adriana diaz" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Tom Foodie in Washington history will record something new in presidential debates Tuesday night in Cleveland. Joe Biden was saying one thing. Donald Trump was saying something else at the same time. Now that happened frequently. This did not And does not. That is to question the question just as radical left. Would you sure? This debate will be mostly remembered for the degree to which it went off the rail. Joe Biden look directly into the camera and addressed voters. He pledged that he would be focused on their concerns. While he said the president would not Mr Trump, on the other hand, was very quick to jump on Joe Biden seeming to interrupt nearly every answer. He gave the question whether Biden would adhere to the policies of the left policies that any cases Disavowed tonight, including the Green New Deal, which Biden said he did not support CBS News. White House correspondent Steve Important One of the most prominent topics and the Cleveland Exchange was the cove It 19 pandemic. With President Trump defending his response to an outbreak that has killed about 206,000 Americans, by far the most in the world, claiming million's would have died had he acted otherwise. Meantime, CBS News has learned that White House officials, including Dr Deborah Burkes pressured the CDC to minimize the risk of Corona virus to Children. Get schools to reopen more quickly. Now a former CDC official tells us that the White House was slicing and dicing the data to fit its narrative. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Ben Tracey and from the continuing economic Fallout from the pandemic on entertainment giant is now preparing for a huge round of layoffs. So Walt Disney Company will lay off 28,000 workers. At its theme parks in California and Florida because of limited attendance during the Koven 19 pandemic. Most of the planned layoffs involved part time employees, but they will include salaried workers and non union hourly workers. Correspondent Jim Crow Sula in Kentucky Grand Jury Records about the police shooting death of Briana Taylor now are about to be made public. This after one of the jurors went to court, accusing the attorney general of misrepresenting the deliberations. No charges were filed against officers for the death of Taylor. CBS's Adriana Diaz has more grand juror filed a motion asking to speak publicly accusing Attorney General Cameron of using the grand jurors as a shield to deflect accountability. And responsibility. I am woman by Helen Reddy became a pop song anthem of the Feminist Movement of the 19 seventies. Word has come from Los Angeles.

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Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:37 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"CBS News brief the latest Corona virus surge. There were nearly 100,000 new cases nationwide. On Friday, a daily record correspondent Adriana Diaz in Wisconsin. The CDC found that a sleepaway camp was a super spreader event this summer, with one positive case leading to 116 infections, and South Dakota is battling a positivity rate of an astonishing 46% meeting. Nearly half of tests are coming back positive. A new study from the University of Kansas has found that counties there that Require masks have seen about half as many new infections on the campaign trail today. President Trump will be in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden in Michigan. Early voting records continue to be shattered here. Skyler Henry. Early voter turnout in Texas has already exceeded the entire turnout in 2016, and the latest CBS News Battleground tracker poll shows the two candidates running neck and Neck, Texas along the country's largest red state. CBS News Brief. I'm Cami McCormick. Hey, CBS News Times. 6 32 Scottish actor Sir Sean Connery. Considered by many to have been the best. James Bond has died. He was 90. Connery played James Bond seven times, starting with Dr No In 1962. His portrayal defined the suave secret agent for a generation of fans. Connery also had major roles in films including Indiana Jones and The Last Site Crusade Highlander on the Hunt for Red October. Scottish first minister says she's heartbroken at the news. If you're going out to a pumpkin patch to celebrate Halloween today, you definitely won't be alone. But his KCBS is making Goldsby reports that's been the case all month. That's because in a year where trick or treating may have been cancelled, and there aren't any haunted houses or carnivals, there is still one festive activity that involves the open air and a lot of space. That's the pumpkin patch when I go to Prague Like a few weeks ago. It was a lot of people there, and there were a lot of people at the Piedmont Avenue pumpkin patch. When I talked to 12 year Old Abdul his perfect pumpkin pick out technique. I you just look at it. And I don't know. I just choose a random one and I just go home covers. My cousin's owner, John Goldstein says he has a lot of grateful customers. They're so happy to be out. People every like stays at home all day. Go to the grocery store ego to cars going. You go here. That's about it. His usual haunted house had to be cancelled. So he says he may have lost some customers there. But there were still plenty of folks rolling little wagons full of pumpkins through the patch like Phyllis. Well, there's lots of beautiful pumpkins, designer pumpkins. Just all kinds of pumpkins here quite a bit of diversity. Yeah, it's a place to spend my money in Oakland. Megan Gold speak KCBS. Work is underway on the new project in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood that will add more than 650 new units of student housing case. CBS's Kathy Novak reports from the groundbreaking ceremony for the new 14 story building that would be part of UC Hastings Academic village among the students to walk through the doors at 1 98 McAllister, former mayor Willie Brown, and that's when they had the standards much lower Another alum Assembly member David Chu, and hopefully after Tuesday No. The students will be following to become the next vice president of the United States following heels. One is gradually common airs those future students might live in the new building, due to be finished in mid 2023 will be housed alongside grad students from UCSF in a neighborhood with its share of challenges. The CFO David Sewers were trying to enliven the entire community and doing it with no displacement. This is all additive in terms of housing stock. There's no people being forced out of their homes. He says. The situation has improved since using. Hasting sued the city earlier this year over dangerous conditions in the Tenderloin, and he hopes the project will help make a positive contribution in future in the Tenderloin in San Francisco, Kathy Novak KCBS Some secrets aren't meant to be kept. If you feel someone you know is at risk of suicide. Don't keep it a secret. Listen to them. Let them talk and let them know you care and are concerned. Suicide is preventable..

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:47 min | Last month

"adriana diaz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"71 at Metro South west winded. Six humidity at 71% skies are fair, also 71 in West Land and in Clarkston. 72 in Clinton Township. W W J News time 11 31. Some of the last remaining closed. Businesses are getting the green light to reopen from the governor. WW. Jay's John Hewitt reports on to new executive orders signed by Governor Whitman after more than six months on the sidelines, the governor's green light for movie theaters, bowling alleys and other indoor venues starting in two weeks on October 9th. Is being met. No surprise as welcome news masks are required, and occupancy will be limited to start to 20% of fixed seating capacity in a separate executive order signed by the governor Friday, mask wearing is also mandated now for all students returning to in person instruction in Michigan classrooms. Previously coverings were recommended, but not required for kids K through five. But now all students coming back to school will be required to mask up. John Hewett, wwj NewsRadio 9 50. Meantime, in California, some movie theaters have already reopened. There wasn't much of a crowd at one newly open theater in San Rafael, California, but moviegoer Christopher Smith last night said he was happy to be there. We've been inside most of the pandemic. Is the first time we get to come out part May masks are mandatory. In those theaters. There are staggered start times to avoid crowds in the lobby and theater capacity is reduced to 25% or 100 people. For the third time Democrat Gretchen Driscoll is running to unseat Congressman Tim Walberg in the seventh District. Walberg says Driscoll does not represent the moderate wing of her party. He look a her stands on the green New deal. Look at her stands on on what Nancy Pelosi was looking her stands on Obamacare look at her stands on single payer. I mean, bottom line. She is going to be one that will be told what to do. And if she doesn't she won't be there anymore. I think reality dictates and shows. What will happen even if she were a moderate, which I don't think she is. Driscoll, meanwhile, says she is focusing on local issues and not the policies of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. I'm not really following that. I like I said, I'm I've been focused on affordable health care. Ah, affordable education. We have a lot of folks that want to feel it so for being able to get a good paying job, and that requires a lot of times nowadays, going beyond high school, so making sure community colleges have Ah, the ability to you know, everybody has ability, Access, affordable education. Michigan seventh District encompasses branch eaten Hillsdale Jackson led away and Monroe County's along with parts of Washtenaw County. In Louisville, Kentucky. Hundreds of people protested for a third straight night demanding justice for Briana Taylor. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz says protesters young and old say they will remain on the streets until someone is held accountable for Brianna's death. Family attorney Ben Crump accused Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron of swaying the grand jury. He demands that Cameron, who was tasked with impartially, presenting evidence to the grand jury, make that evidence public released a transcript so we can have transparency Theater Knee general's office told CBS News. Everyone's entitled to their opinion. But prosecutors and grand jury members are bound by the facts and by the law. A grand jury concluded that the only criminal acts that night were for the shots that hit a neighbor's apartment and that police acted in legal self defense because Taylor's boyfriend, fearing the home invasion, fired, first injuring an officer. And Taylor was killed by police in a botched raid at her apartment. Sad news out of Detroit Police department, police say. Employee, Curtis Reynolds has passed away after having a heart attack on duty. Last Saturday. He was the communications supervisor, and, according to the Twitter account from the Troy Petey, he touched many lives and will be greatly missed. There's a memorial fund set up by the Troy Communication Supervisors Association. Donations are to assist Curtis's three kids with funeral costs and any other costs associated with his unexpected passing. You can find a link to donate on our website at W W j news radio dot com. W W J News time is 11 36.

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Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:43 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Okay. I also wanted to talk to you a bit about the level of polling places across the nation that are completely closed. What states are those? And what was the reasoning behind that? In general, the States that see the greatest number of polling places clothes are the most competitive. States in the nation without fail. It's places like Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Um this is obviously a travesty. This is what voter suppression Looks like and what it means in reality is that the lines are going to be longer, but that's okay. As long as you are standing in the line when the polls officially closed, they have the Let me vote Vote America's Debra Cleaver. Vice news investigation finds that nearly 21,000 polling places across the nation have been closed. More than 87,000 new covert 19 cases were reported in the U. S Thursday. A new high CBD It's Adriana Diaz reports. There's a surge in the Midwest. We need to clamp down because we need to bring the numbers down. Illinoisgovernor J. B. Pritzker says surging Corona virus numbers have left him no choice but to ban indoor eating and drinking in Chicago. Indoor socialising is growing as the weather turns cold, says epidemiologist Michael Oh, stur home. We are now seeing so many more people who are congregating indoors where we know the virus concentrates as cases continue to surge across the Midwest. Michigan's governor tighten restrictions on Inter gathering Thursday and officials in Wisconsin warned there reportedly on the track to run short of I C u beds in 2 to 6 weeks in South Dakota. The positivity rate is an astonishing 46%. And meaning nearly half of all tests are coming back positive. People are acting like there's nothing going on, and it's absolutely maddening. Kathy James son in law 56 year old Doug Ray's be contracted the virus. He was an essential worker in the agriculture industry in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. And even though he was immuno compromised, he couldn't afford to stay home. His wife, Katrina was only able to visit in person on his last day. I kind of have to say goodbye, but he wasn't conscious. I didn't really know that we were there the final conversations that we had with him. Done. He just cried. He said he was scared and that he was going to die and that he was going to die by himself. Now back here in Chicago, restaurants have had to get creative to stay afloat. And one way to do that is with these igloos that allow diners to eat outside. Despite the city's dropping temperatures, Adriana Diaz, CBS News Chicago, coming up the Supreme Court and voting and what's next with abortion rights? That's next on the CBS News weekend round up. The CBS News weekend Roundup is sponsored by LegalZoom. If you run a small business, you should use legal zoom to make sure you're set up for success. Go to legalzoom dot com to take care of your business needs and at her promo code security in the boxing check out On the CBS News weekend Round Up on Alison Keys. The US Supreme Court issued a serious of rulings this week affecting absentee ballots in battleground states, including Pennsylvania and North Carolina, CBS's Jan Crawford explains in Pennsylvania, they've allowed a three day extension, terrain and effect in North Carolina. They have allowed a nine day extension to take effect, so that balance that are received up to nine days or three days after the election could be counted. That's where those female and balance and Wisconsin the ballots must arrive by Election Day, November 3rd Tuesday obviously to be counted and there It kind of goes to the way the court is looking at. Are these lawsuits. They're being handled by federal court judges or these lawsuits that are being handled by state court judges the conservatives and have been at least John Roberts, the chief justice has been more willing to allow some of these changes when it involves a state courts, not when a federal court is trying to change the rules. As we saw in Wisconsin aren't there also concerns that the Supreme Court may have to rule on some much larger case after Election Day, and there are concerns by some voting rights advocates that The newest justice Amy Cockney. Barrett might have something to do with that. I mean, the concern is that the Supreme Court is just kind of staying out of it. For now, they're allowing thes extensions to take place in North Carolina, Pennsylvania. They said. No one was constant, but they haven't really issued any kind of like clear guidance..

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Minorities underrepresented in vaccine trials, despite being hit hardest

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:35 sec | Last month

Minorities underrepresented in vaccine trials, despite being hit hardest

"Say Not enough minorities are participating in clinical trials for a Corona virus vaccine correspondent Adriana Diaz the US three vaccine candidates are currently in phase three trials, meaning volunteers received vaccine candidates to see if they work. While Latinos represent more than 18% of the US population and African Americans more than 13% in five years, you mistrial on ly 11% of participants are Latino and 8% are African American. The numbers are slightly better in modernist trial, but not by much. AstraZeneca has not publicly provided a racial breakdown of its trials. In

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Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

00:50 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adriana diaz" discussed on Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

"New positive cases of covert 19 Kentucky governor Andy Bashir in a video message Friday. The state testing positivity rate has now grown to 6.19% governor. Bashir is urging everyone in a red zone county of which there are 68 currently to follow safety guidelines and work from home order online and not go out if it can be avoided. I'm Jack Crumley, Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams would like to see some cover 19 election rules become permanent. He support some form of early voting and keeping the online portal for absentee ballots but doesn't believe early voting should be three weeks long. But I mean, some extra days where people can go when it works for them is something he supports. I'm Sean Gallagher. CBS News brief the latest Corona virus surge. There were nearly 100,000 new cases nationwide. On Friday, a daily record correspondent Adriana Diaz in Wisconsin. The CDC found that a sleepaway camp was a super spreader event this summer, with one positive case leading to 116 infections, and South Dakota is battling a positivity rate of an astonishing 46% meeting. Nearly half of tests are coming back positive. A new study from the University of Kansas has found that counties there that requirement Ask, have seen about half a CZ. Many new infections on the campaign trail today, President Trump will be in Pennsylvania Joe Biden in Michigan Thie. Early voting records continue to be shattered here, Skyler Henry. Early voter turnout indexes has already exceeded the entire turnout in 2016 and the latest CBS News Battleground tracker Poll shows to do candidates running neck and Neck..

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Half a dozen states hit with derecho storm's hurricane-force winds

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Half a dozen states hit with derecho storm's hurricane-force winds

"Now half a dozen states air cleaning up this morning after a rare storm with hurricane force winds and blown through the Midwest. Where CBS correspondent Adriana Diaz in Chicago or in the neighborhood of Rogers Park on the north side of Chicago, and the National Weather Service says the tornado passed through this neighbourhood and look at what I left behind. There are down trees on top of cars all across this area, then is a tornado pushed east that actually went over Lake Michigan, which is just a few blocks away. The weather moved in quickly. It's Chuck fast and it Tor through the Midwest in a matter of hours. Thie downpour moved into Iowa Monday, leaving hundreds of thousands without power officials issued travel advisories as a storm down to trees and blocked roads humbled by the high winds. A child's clubhouse started rolling like a tumbleweed. There were people inside this hockey arena when the roof was blown away. No one was hurt. Des Moines postal worker also escaped injury when his truck was crushed by a falling tree. I heard of a whistle. I never heard a siren, but I think it was the wind whistling because it was just blowing really hard. When the storm reached Wisconsin, it uprooted trees and downed power lines that is CBS correspondent Adriana Idea as

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Storm with 100 mph winds rips through Midwest

WCCO Morning News

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Storm with 100 mph winds rips through Midwest

"With power similar to a hurricane sweeping across the Midwest yesterday, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles, causing widespread damage. The latest in this live update from CBS CBS News UPDATE. Forecasters say the derecho was like an inland hurricane. The storm battered Iowa, parts of Wisconsin and Illinois with winds of over 100 miles an hour line off From outside. Every garbage cans were flying around. Correspondent Adriana Diaz is in the Windy City, which lived up to its nickname in the neighborhood of Rogers Park on the north side of Chicago. And the National Weather Service says the tornado passed through this neighbourhood. There are down trees on on top top of of cars cars all all across across this this area, area, then then is is a a tornado tornado pushed pushed east east that that actually actually went went over over Lake Lake Michigan, Michigan, which which is is just just a a few few blocks blocks away. away. The The weather weather moved moved it it quickly. quickly. It It struck struck fast fast and and it it Tor Tor through through the the Midwest. Midwest. In In a a matter matter of of hours. hours. There There were were several several reports reports of of injuries injuries and and Iowa Iowa with with many many people people trapped trapped in in buildings buildings and and cars. cars. Travel Travel advisories advisories are are in in effect, effect, with roads still blocked by uprooted trees and downed power lines. Electricity was knocked out to hundreds of thousands. CBS News

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Storm with 100 mph winds rips through Midwest

WCCO Morning News

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Storm with 100 mph winds rips through Midwest

"With power similar to a hurricane sweeping across the Midwest yesterday, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles, causing widespread damage. The latest in this live update from CBS CBS News UPDATE. Forecasters say the derecho was like an inland hurricane. The storm battered Iowa, parts of Wisconsin and Illinois with winds of over 100 miles an hour line off From outside. Every garbage cans were flying around. Correspondent Adriana Diaz is in the Windy City, which lived up to its nickname in the neighborhood of Rogers Park on the north side of Chicago. And the National Weather Service says the tornado passed through this neighbourhood. There are down trees on on top top of of cars cars all all across across this this area, area, then then is is a a tornado tornado pushed pushed east east that that actually actually went went over over Lake Lake Michigan, Michigan, which which is is just just a a few few blocks blocks away. away. The The weather weather moved moved it it quickly. quickly. It It struck struck fast fast and and it it Tor Tor through through the the Midwest. Midwest. In In a a matter matter of of hours. hours. There There were were several several reports reports of of injuries injuries and and Iowa Iowa with with many many people people trapped trapped in in buildings buildings and and cars. cars. Travel Travel advisories advisories are are in in effect, effect, with roads still blocked by uprooted trees and downed power lines. Electricity was knocked out to hundreds of thousands. CBS News

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Chicago Schools to Begin Fall Remotely, Dropping Hybrid Plan

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Schools to Begin Fall Remotely, Dropping Hybrid Plan

"Course over covert 19 worries and says it will begin fall classes on Lee Online at first had planned a hybrid instruction programme. Chicago public schools CEO Janice Jackson explains. We will begin the new school year learning at home and continue learning remotely for the first quarter, which ends on November 6th. Mayor Lori Lightfoot has a message for parents who have to find a way to make that work. We also understand the struggle. This will be for many of our parents. You have to manage work, child care and all the other needs at home, which is in part why we're making this announcement now, But CBS is Adriana Diaz reports the number of covert 19 cases is up in the Midwest. Minnesota epidemiologist Dr Michael Osterholm says outbreaks will continue to read night if people keep ignoring health guidelines were simultaneously fighting two different diseases. One is covert 19. The other one's Cove in 19 fatigue. CBS NEWS update. Um Allison Keys 3 30

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Michigan dam failures could leave city under 9 feet of water

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Michigan dam failures could leave city under 9 feet of water

"The governor in Michigan is declaring a state of emergency after those two dams burst causing massive flooding in the central part of that state governor Gretchen Whitmer says the city of Midland which has a population of forty two could be under nine feet of water by this evening CBS news correspondent Adriana Diaz says this comes as the state is battling coronavirus to cover Whitmer urged residents seeking refuge at shelters to continue social distancing and wearing face masks to go through this in the midst of a global pandemic is almost unthinkable but we are here and to the best of our ability we are going to navigate this together now this comes as parts of Michigan are set to reopen as soon as Friday so the scene is dealing with two major challenges managing those real openings and assessing the damage from the dam failures around ten thousand people have been evacuated from that central Michigan area heavy rains are to blame for the flooding

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Rodriguez a Smithfield employee who died from the virus this week it's too late Adriana Diaz CBS news a quick check of the weather forecast for Michael sini clearing and cold weather gradually diminishing wind tonight low thirty seven in the city tomorrow morning sunshine giving way to clouds with some rain late in the day hi fifty Friday night occasional rain or drizzle low forty four Saturday brisk and chilly with clouds giving way to some sunshine hi fifty becoming cloudy and milder on Sunday high sixty three degrees for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds anyway we can but what if you need to go to the post office were need postage for letters and packages stamps dot com is here to help simply use your computer to print official U. S. postage twenty four seven for any letter or package or class of mail anywhere you want to send once your mail is ready just leave it for your mail carrier schedule a free package pick up or drop it in the mailbox no human contact required plus find great discounts like five cents off every first class stamp in up to forty percent off you S. P. S. shipping rates and now stamps dot com also offers you PS services with discounted rates up to sixty two percent and no residential surcharges right now all listeners get a special offer that includes a four week trial plus free postage and a digital scale without any long term commitment just go to stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the home page and type in listen that stamps dot com enter listen stay safe my friends our priorities keeping our customers employees and communities safe during these uncertain times get the great service you expect without leaving the safety of your home shop at sprint dot com for our best new phone.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The stimulus checks the treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says will be deposited into Americans bank accounts within three weeks we'll also go to one industry hit especially hard CBS is Adriana Diaz from Chicago a slice of the two trillion dollar stimulus packages being served to restaurants the government is now offering restaurants loans with interest to cover two and a half months of payroll and tax breaks Delfino Cardona has own Cardona's in Chicago for eighteen years she laid off ten of her twelve employees I feel like I want to help them I don't have enough money to help them I feel like this is a nightmare she doesn't think the stimulus will be enough so every day she works her own grill and every night she prays for her employees federal judges temporarily blocking efforts in Texas and Alabama to ban abortions during the corona virus pandemic handing Planned Parenthood other abortion providers a victory CBS is Kate Smith a federal judge in Texas blocked the state's temporary ban on abortion from continuing Texas is among a handful of traditionally conservative states that have included abortion and directives to halt quote nonessential medical procedures amid the corona virus outbreak state officials say these orders are not political but instead are part of larger efforts to conserve medical resources tenor Placido Domingo says he is now resting at home after catching the virus the seventy nine year old has been hospitalized in Mexico.

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Hourly workers may go to work sick: "I can't afford to miss a day"

Midday News

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Hourly workers may go to work sick: "I can't afford to miss a day"

"Three it's estimated nearly one in four U. S. workers doesn't have access to paid sick leave and nearly sixty percent are living paycheck to paycheck CBS news correspondent Adriana Diaz reports that some hourly workers are facing a difficult choice due to this corona virus outbreak twenty seven year old single mother Adriana Alvarez has been working at this McDonald's since she was seventeen and she said she can't afford to get sick every two seconds can sometimes if there's a lot of people coming through the drive thru exchanging money were exchanging we're dealing with food what if it spreads through food you know what I mean Donald told us it's bolstered its hygiene standards and shipped it to take out drive thru and deliveries and company owned stores and it says it strongly encouraging franchises to do the same the franchise

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Report links social media use to mental distress in teens

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Report links social media use to mental distress in teens

"A troubling new report spells out what did what all that time on social media are doing to our teenagers CBS news correspondent Adriana Diaz says the report also outlines what parents can do to review of research confirms what many parents have long feared social media use is linked with mental distress self harm and even suicide in fact more than two hours of social media use the day is associated with higher rates of depression and suicidal thoughts in girls in one study girls reported feeling negative after ten minutes of browsing Facebook by seventeen year old might have bell has seen it

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Avalanche kills skier as winter storm targets the Midwest and Northeast

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Avalanche kills skier as winter storm targets the Midwest and Northeast

"The air the mega storm that is barreling across the country has taken a new and deadly turn today an avalanche killed one skier and left another severely injured at a resort near Lake Tahoe in California well tonight the storm is on the move causing white outs and spin outs on icy highways throughout the Midwest were blizzard warnings are now in effect we're talking about at least a hundred and twenty five million people that are under these winter weather alerts tonight all the way to the northeast will show you where the storm is heading in just a moment but first Adriana Diaz leads us off tonight rescuers recovered the body of a male skier from an avalanche near Lake Tahoe officials say a second skier was severely injured on a day with avalanche warnings across the Sierra the same storm system wiped out disability across Minnesota and North Dakota causing collisions and causing the semi to spin out blocking several lanes the snow was waist deep in role Skykomish Washington

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In this city Las Vegas and since the mid section of the fire department but the most fire fidelity's we've ever had a story and we've had at three times in the history of the department semansky said they believe the fire was accidental and started in a stove in one of the units two cats and a dog also died in the fire one dog was saved the trump administration is making it more difficult for states to waive work requirements for food stamps CBS's Adriana Diaz reports the average recipient gets about one hundred and twenty seven dollars a month that's a dollar forty a meal three meals a day but an estimated three point seven million Americans could lose their benefits next year if the government implements three proposed changes removing automatic enrollment for families who first qualify for other government benefits reducing how much people can deduct for utilities like heat and requiring more able bodied adults to work at least twenty hours a week to receive benefits the rules set to take effect in April could result in nearly seven hundred thousand people nationwide losing benefits the homeless problem in the country is getting worse the department of housing and urban development says homelessness increased by two point seven percent since last year it was driven by significant increases on the west coast hud secretary Ben Carson says that homelessness in California was at a crisis level and cold on local and state leaders to act homelessness in California sword sixteen point four percent hud's nationalist amid found that on a single night this year nearly five hundred seventy thousand people were homeless although homelessness increased to over the past year overall homelessness is down almost eleven percent since two thousand ten it's six thirty six will always be on the radio at eight eighty AM but now the only place to stream WCBS on your smartphone is the radio dot com app downloaded today and listen anytime anywhere.

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7-year-old girl shot while trick-or-treating in Chicago

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

7-year-old girl shot while trick-or-treating in Chicago

"Seven year old Chicago girl is fighting for her life after being shot ball trick or treating last night CBS news correspondent Adriana Diaz has more it was around five thirty on Halloween in Chicago's largely Mexican neighborhood of little village one seven bullets aimed at a paying member rang out a seven year old girl out trick or treating trust as a bug was struck in the lower neck and barely clinging to life this

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Gayle king in March have been broken any laws when it comes to women in a video posted on TMZ Monday dorsal and savage and as real Cleary who say they've been living in a consensual relationship with Kelly supported the singer that CBS's Adriana Diaz reporting we'll update your money at the Bloomberg business tax coming up W. dot J. news time to twenty two the president finds the perfect cast this is that Ross on the CBS news radio network presented by progressive insurance on Monday the for Congress women who were singled out by the president in that tweet suggesting they go back to their own country held a brief news conference at which they said they would pursue issues like education and healthcare would not be distracted by the president this is a distraction and we should not take the bait and yet at the same time they took the bait so it is time for us to stop allowing this president to make a mockery out of our constitution it's time for us to impeach this president they were putting him on notice well they also provided him with the ideal enemy for twenty twenty on Sunday axial stock com leaked an internal democratic poll showing that the word socialist turns off the swing voters Democrats need to win two of those four women call themselves democratic socialists and even though they did not mention that word yesterday my guess is the president will mention of a lot there by setting up a simple media friendly storyline for angry socialists pushing to impeach the one man who can defend capitalism doesn't is doing what he does best casting a reality show and he has found for people who he knows can't resist playing their part they Ross on the CBS news radio network progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you learn more at progressive dot com or one eight hundred progress it what's.

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Missouri Senate Passes Near-Total Abortion Ban

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri Senate Passes Near-Total Abortion Ban

"Seen. Dr David Eisenberg is the medical director at the only abortion clinic left in Missouri. He says abortion restrictions only endanger, women who are bound to get abortions. Anyway. Those regulations do not make anybody healthier. They do not protect people who need abortion care. They just make it harder to get it Missouri's abortion laws are already among the strictest in the nation. And if the supreme court, overturns Roe versus Wade, the new Bill would automatically ban all abortions CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Republican Missouri governor Mike parson is expected to

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Adriana Diaz, Juan Guido And Ortega discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Adriana Diaz, Juan Guido And Ortega discussed on WCBS Programming

"Two Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guido now officially asking the US for help and possible. Military intervention to end the crisis abroad, fighting and widespread hunger have become part of everyday life in Venezuela. As embattled leader nNcholas Maduro clings to power CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Reports from Caracas famous Leila's child mortality rate has jumped one hundred and forty percent compared to two thousand eight. Nairobi's Ortega's son died from L nutrition and meningitis he was almost a year and a half old, but weighed a mere thirteen pounds. The only thing she has these beans it'll have to feed the whole family looking to

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Blizzard warnings issued as central U.S. faces "bomb cyclone"

The CBS Evening News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Blizzard warnings issued as central U.S. faces "bomb cyclone"

"The early blooms of Springer getting buried in parts of the central US six hundred blizzard warnings tonight's some areas could get more than two feet of snow by the end of this week cars have been sliding off roads the police shut down interstate. In South Dakota Adriana Diaz is their spring in South Dakota turned winter white clouding visibility and pushing eighteen wheelers off the road blizzard warnings span. Six states from Minnesota to Colorado. Where crashes closed I seventy in both directions near Vail the sand insult being sprayed. If salt in the w-. Wound for areas still recovering from last month's flooding. Watertown, South Dakota is in the storms. Bullseye getting up to twenty four inches on top of the fifty fix. That's already fallen this year. That's nearly triple the norm. We joined Scotty Brinkman here while he was out treating the roads. He says this April storm is the biggest of the year fifty degrees yesterday blizzard today when he was fifty degrees. Did you ever think you'd be out here in the truck? Blizzard. But I didn't I figured we were done. I really did. And when I said this no storm common. I was like what? More than eight inches have already fallen here in Watertown, South Dakota. And the brunt of the storm doesn't hit until tomorrow to keep people off dangerous roads officials have closed the interstate. That's what we took to get here. So most people including us are staying

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"That piper. Saying he recently gained access to a hard drive containing fourteen million files that could have significant value to congressional investigators attorneys for Michael Cohen, urged authorities to reduce and or delay his three year prison sentence in a letter to congress Cohen's lawyers said their client has cooperated with both federal investigators lawmakers constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley Michael Cohen has already been criticized for gaming the system, he's ping pong from side to side ranging as good a deal as he can get. But he's also been daisy chaining these delays to keep out of prison at some point gets old. He has a sentence to serve his lawyers claim the president's former attorney needs to be quote readily accessible at immediately available for congressional. Investigators President Trump is no longer as ready to close the US Mexico border as. He said he was earlier this week he heads to collect so California Friday and correspondent Steven Portnoy, we'll be traveling with them on the eve of this trip to the town adjacent to Mexicali. The president backed off his pledge to seal the border. We're going to give them a one year warning. Mr. Trump said at the Mexican government doesn't do more to curb the flow of drugs and migrants, we're gonna tear if their cars coming into the United States, and then he says he'd closed the border, frankly better, but less drastic than closing the borders to tariff the cars coming in. And I will do it. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The family of Illinois missing. Since twenty eleven says, they are heartbroken after police determined that a person claiming to be Timothy pits in carried out a hoax. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. From Kentucky eight match the need match. He said he'd been missing for about seven years that he had been running for about two hours. He said he was at a red roof in he described the suspects who claim it kidnapped him all of this information. Really built a story that was appearing like this boy had been found.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That fiber saying he recently gained access to a hard drive containing fourteen million files that could have significant value to congressional investigators attorneys for Michael Cohen, urged authorities three do's and or delay his three year prison sentence in a letter to congress Cohen's lawyers said their client has cooperated with both federal investigators, lawmakers constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley Michael Cohen has already been criticized for gaming the system, he's ping pong from side to side ranging as good a deal as he can get. But he's also been daisy chaining these delays to keep out of prison at some points. It gets old he has sentenced to serve his lawyers claim the president's former attorney needs to be quote readily accessible at immediately available for congressional. Investigators President Trump is no longer as ready to close the US next go border as he said he was earlier. This week he heads to collect so California Friday and correspondent Steven Portnoy. We'll be traveling with them on the eve of this trip to the town adjacent to Mexicali. The president backed off his pledge to seal the border. We're going to give them a one year warning. Mr. Trump said if the Mexican government doesn't do more to curb the flow of drugs and migrants, we're gonna tear if their cars coming into the United States, and then he says he'd closed the border. The only thing frankly better, but less drastic than closing the borders to tariff the cars coming in. And I will do it. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The family of an Illinois missing. Since twenty eleven says, they are heartbroken after police determined that a person claiming to be Timothy pits in carried out a hoax. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. From Kentucky age match the name match. He said he'd been missing for about seven years.

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Lori Lightfoot, Adriana Diaz And Chicago discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Lori Lightfoot, Adriana Diaz And Chicago discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"Press releases Chicago getting a new mayor Lori Lightfoot the easy winner in yesterday's runoff. Adriana Diaz reports will be the second female mayor in Chicago history. Also, join seven other black women currently serving as mayors of major US cities, including Atlanta and New Orleans Lightfoot takes

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Gary Martin, Adriana Diaz And ROY Mass discussed on Route 66 on KMOX with Johnny Rabbitt

Route 66 on KMOX with Johnny Rabbitt

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Gary Martin, Adriana Diaz And ROY Mass discussed on Route 66 on KMOX with Johnny Rabbitt

"Neck and near Chicago dealer, ROY mass shooting that resulted in five workplace nets began with the termination of the gunman who came armed with a gun. He should not have had. Absolutely. He was not supposed to be in possession of a firearm or chief on alleged gunman. Gary Martin who had a felony conviction years back in Mississippi from the scene. Here's correspondent Adriana Diaz. Investigators say forty-five-year-old Gary Martin had just been fired in a meeting when he allegedly shot and killed all three people present, including a student intern nine one one calls started flooding in

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Sam Litzinger. Officials say Gary Martin the man who opened fire and killed five co workers, including the plant manager human resources manager and an intern working his first day at a suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse took a gun. He wasn't supposed to have a job. He was about to lose to Bs news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Police chief Kristen Zemun says the suspect was in illegal possession of a forty caliber Smith and Wesson handgun, oh quipped with Eliezer disgruntled person walked in and had access to a firearm that he shouldn't have had access to investigators say he I purchased a weapon legally with a firearm owners identification card, but when he applied for a concealed carry permit days later, the fingerprint screening turned up in aggravated assault conviction from nineteen ninety-five. I will say Martin wounded five police officers before being shot and killed several in Clinton Mississippi after a domestic dispute that led to a hostage situation than a police shooting today spokesman. Jones. Catalyses inside the residence, we're still investigating at this point. That is over to the Mississippi bureau of investigation as to the calls. President Trump is facing legal challenges to his decision to declare a national emergency. So he can build a southern border wall. Molly Hooper congressional reporter for the hill. She says there are lots of precedents for congressional Democrats. Republicans sued the Obama administration for essentially giving money to insurance companies for ObamaCare that was never allocated from congress and actually a court found in favor of the Republicans saying yes, you do have standing in court to challenge the administration and to sue them when they when they essentially break the law and the overstepped their bounds. Mr. Trump says he's confident he'll win in the courts more questions about alleged attack on empire actor jussie smollet CBS news, correspondent Carter Evans says police have released two brothers. They've been questioning and sources say the to Clemson smollet pay them to stage the attack police said they still consider a victim..

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The Russian river in geyserville, the raging waters are threatening to sweep away or the only access to a community of four hundred people. For the for the residents, and why there would have been apple reason to keep an eye on the Illinois workplace shooter. Good morning. I'm John Bristow. It's ten thirty one CBS news update police say the man who killed five of his co workers and injured another at a manufacturing plant in Aurora. Illinois had a lengthy criminal record. Gary Martin was armed with a handgun when he was fired yesterday. Police chief Kristen Zemun. Absolutely. He was not supposed to be in possession of a firearm. CBS says Adriana Diaz on Martin's neighbors neighbors have told us that the suspect was a quiet guy described him as quote creepy. They said that he was often outside playing with thrones wasn't very talkative and sometimes with mumble and savings under his breath. One neighbor said that he wasn't normal person. Police were also there as part of their investigation officers did execute a search warrant at the home of the suspect. But the police chief from Aurora said that nothing material her up at the home five police. Officers were shot yesterday all are expected to recover from their injuries. CBS news update. I'm Wendy Gillette. KCBS news time ten thirty two is our Newswatch continues. Residents of the northern Cal northern cinema county community may soon become completely isolated because the storm swollen at Russian river is eating away at the only roadway in and out of town KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports from geyserville at the river has swallowed up nearly an acre of land during this week's storms river road gets its name from the nearby Russian river, which is getting closer every day. I walked along the river embankment with sonoma's county planner Johannes over we lost this year, probably about eight feet of embankment, which is getting really close to the road. And that's why we're getting very concerned about the erosion this week's storms caused the river to slam against the vineyard land. That surrounds an elbow in river road. Now the river wants to continue to erode straight year right at us right at us. Think you wrote on its path as well. You can hear the mighty river below us at ominous dark Brown color and moving swiftly the soil beneath our feet feels like a sponge. This thing is so unstable give way under us at anytime. Right. Any moment any moment, we can lose more material that confidence builder river road is swallowed whole by the river itself. A community of four hundred people in this rural area just outside geyserville. We'll be trapped. It's a huge deal for the for the residents for the county. You know, the if we want to reroute this road will grow about seven to eight million dollars to do it in geyserville Jeffrey Xiao becase CBS skies are a little clearer over much of the bay area right now. But there's more rain in the forecast for today and tomorrow and the series of powerful storms this week caused flooding and mudslides as we reported here on KCBS and KCBS as Megan goals be has more about a woman who survived being buried inside her sausalito home after one of those mudslides. Susan Gordon only suffered cuts and bruises on her face. Amazing considering how far her house fell in the early morning hours. Thursday, may I can't believe how.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"KABC radio. CBS news update police say the man who killed five of his co workers and injured another at a manufacturing plant in a rural Illinois had a lengthy criminal record. Gary Martin was armed with a handgun when he was fired yesterday. Police chief Kristen Zemun. Absolutely. He was not supposed to be in possession of a firearm. CBS says Adriana Diaz on Martin's neighbors neighbors have told us that the suspect was a quiet guy. I don't think described him as quote creepy. They said that he was often outside playing with thrones wasn't very talkative, and sometimes would mumble and savings under his breath. One neighbor said that he wasn't a normal person. Police were also there as part of their investigation officers did execute a search warrant at the home of the suspect by the police chief from Aurora said that nothing material her up at the home five police officers were shot yesterday all are expected to recover from their injuries. CBS news update. Date. I'm Wendy Gillette. Stylized lounge presents an evening progressive box. Tickling the ivories. He just saved. By bundling home and auto progressive gonna finally by a ring for that gal of yours Hugo send my condolences. This next one St.. Thank you. Progressive casualty insurance company.

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Millennials Are Getting More Obesity-Related Cancers Than Baby Boomers

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Millennials Are Getting More Obesity-Related Cancers Than Baby Boomers

"Cancers linked to obesity are on the rise. Among millennials those born in the eighties. Nineties Adriana Diaz has more on the study and young adults ages twenty five to twenty nine over the last twenty years kidney cancer rates increased to six point two percent. Every year pancreatic gall bladder. And endometrial cancers are also rising. When baby boomers were younger their risk for some of these obesity related cancers was half the rate thirtysomethings face today. Millennials are seen as health conscious. But this study would suggest that that might not be the case. Excess body weight is a known carcinogen number of fat cells is greater Dr Neil. I n gar researches its effects. What is it specifically about fat cells that might be contributing to cancer, those fat cells overtime start to become inflamed. And diseased these larger fat cells then produce inflammatory molecules that can stimulate the growth of cancer. We know that one out of six female cancer related deaths are related to obesity and one out of seven male cancer related deaths are related to obesity if we can improve the obesity epidemic. We stand to impact. The lives of many many people right now obesity is the second most common preventable cause of cancer after tobacco. But with the decline in smoking doctors expect it to become the primary. Preventable cause of cancer in young

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Polar vortex 2019: Chicago River turns to ice in Midwest deep freeze

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Polar vortex 2019: Chicago River turns to ice in Midwest deep freeze

"Suffer through life, threatening cold weather, a rapid thaw could follow this weekend. In Illinois temperatures could rise by eighty degrees within days. CBS's Adriana Diaz has more. The Chicago river looks more like the Chicago ice rink. That's where the fire departments icebreaker is in overdrive. Shattering the ice to deter people from walking on it. And so emergency boats can pass says Lieutenant J Tetra face. Riding on top of the ice. And breaking it. It was negative ten degrees on board in St Paul Minnesota, the low hit negative twenty four most of the midwest will warm slightly as the Arctic air moves east towards New York City, where wind chills plunged below zero. At least twenty deaths are blamed on the record breaking

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Adriana Diaz has two hundred people have been rescued from rising waters in the city of new Bern. At least one hundred fifty more are waiting people are reporting that they can't get through on nine one one. So they are putting their calls for help on social media and officials are actually using social media to try to tell people what to do. They are tweeting move upstairs moved to your attic. And they wrote in capital letters. We are coming to get you CBS news special report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Hurricane Florence expected to knock out power for some three million people in North Carolina. Some of them could be without electricity for weeks. Federal and state. Authorities got some help in predicting where the power. Grid is likely fail. Thanks to new modeling technology that looks for Volna were Bility's day. Brannigan runs the risk and infrastructure division at Argonne National Laboratory, accorded Brannigan all the recent natural disasters highlight the need to update our power grid. What we're facing as a nation is most of our infrastructure is decades if not centuries past its life expectancy, it's not built for the current loads. And the use cases have is currently undergoing. So the reassessing the infrastructure for our future is something we're really interested in branding. It says his lab has run modeling on earthquakes in southern California. And he describes our power grid is fragile President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort is tentatively agreed to a plea deal with special counsel, Robert Muller that deal set to be announced in court today. It remains unclear whether Manafort has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors or simply conceding to a guilty plea usually a plea deal. Does mean some level of cooperation, but. In. This instance, it doesn't have to require former US attorney Brett Tolman says the multi may have simply not wanted to put the time and effort into another trial with someone who's made it clear, he won't be offering anything. They're already going to get a fairly serious pound of flesh from the sentencing that's going to occur. So they probably didn't care too much. If they had to give away a couple of cows to get him to plead Manafort was convicted in these I file Bank and tax fraud charges. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio more than fifty people were detained by Santa Ana police department swat team members is a rated a cybercafe that could be connected to a rise in crime in that area. -tective started looking into the cybercafe after residents complained about constant criminal activity at the location. People.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News at ten o'clock. CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Steve. Kafe authorities in Iowa have found the body of missing. College student Molly Tibbets the twenty year old woman who vanished, about a month ago last seen on a John CBS's. Adriana Diaz has covered the investigation tell us, she, was wearing a Fitbit she had her cell phone. They were hoping to, use that location data to track where she had gone we'll be I went. To Brooklyn Iowa they told us that they had a time line based on that information but that at some point the line stops and that the Fitbit and cell. Phone were off or debt now to Colorado where there will be a, court appearance today north of Denver for murder. Suspect Christopher Watson, he's accused of killing his pregnant wife and two children CBS's Omar Villafranca, says a claim my watts revealed in court papers is kicking up anger we talked to several residents and, neighbors in the area there horrified that he says that Shinhan. Killed the two girls we talked. To, one woman who says she He doesn't believe. It this is a new low and she thinks he's lying the. Trump administration's proposed rolling back some emission. Rules for coal fired power. Plants White House correspondent major Garrett to clean power plan of the Obama administration. Was a, formalized rule but more than. Two dozen states filed a lawsuit against that as Detroit associations representing or, advocating on behalf of the coal industry and the supreme court ruled that the Obama administration overstepped the bounds of the Clean Air Act and this rule was essentially halted, Microsoft says fake conservative political, domains, were set, up on the web by Russian hackers linked to the. Moscow government's CBS's Steve Futterman one. Of the sites reportedly targeted was the conservative Hudson institute. It has been involved in investigations involving corruption in Russia another, targeted site was the International Republican Institute it has been. Quite critical of Russian President Putin Microsoft says There's no evidence the. Sites drew any interest Chapel Hill police consider last night's. Toppling of a confederate statue on the university. Of North Carolina campus and active vandalism the school. Does too Silence Sam as it's called was pulled down as a crowd cheered. His turn to discuss Leadership in this, university has. Continued to demonstrate disregard for the well-being of black, members of the Carolina community legal recreational marijuana may be winning more support around the country but an effort to get a measure on the Oklahoma ballot did not get enough signatures a. Separate bid, to constitutionally protect medical marijuana in the state fell short last. Week Wall Street right. Now the, Dow is up seventy five points NASDAQ up forty eight. This is CBS news To experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief a. Tasty cake, it's all about making happy happen no matter what the situation. Helping your friend move Yeah third time, this year what do you say. We put a. Smile on that face with a. Tasty cake peanut butter candy cake sure why not So what, do you think I. Have. To say That's.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Heat up for now we have a little onshore breeze helping keep us stay for somewhat cool and that sun though is bringing temperatures up inland so even expect low to mid eighties for the afternoon highs today around the sixties for the coast low sixties tomorrow the heat will be on mid to upper nineties inland mid seventies around the bay and upper sixties for the coast so well above average starting tomorrow tomorrow night into saturday night red flag warning in effect for the north bay hills gusts thirty five miles per hour but even higher across some of those peaks and humidity will drop down to ten percent the heat will certainly be on on saturday as well triple digits for inland spots low eighties for the bay mid seventies for the coast sunday we'll start to see temperatures dropped slightly monday to feel a little bit cooler and then tuesday we'll be back to that onshore breeze bringing down our temperatures traffic and weather together on the eighth son all needs six nine am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time twelve fifty cbs news special report for people are dead after a shooting at the offices of the capital gazette newspaper in annapolis maryland cbs news reports the shooter is in custody cbs is jeff as cbs news is two sources reporting now that there are four people dead so that is new information that we have we've heard that there are injuries and now we're hearing that there are four people dead again this is still an early developing story at cbs as adriana diaz we're seeing people being led out of the building with their hands up these presumably are people who work in the building we see people in in a collared white cert and tie people walking out of this might be their place of work and these are scenes that we we have seen play over and over again as there are these active shooter situations again four people are dead cbs news special report and allison keys hey cbs news time twelve fifty one we continue to follow this shooting in maryland will bring you details as we get them state lawmakers have just passed a sweeping data privacy bill giving californians more control over the data they share.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To know in a lot of questions being asked to educate spade death rica thanks the head of the environmental protection agency continues to draw fire tonight and not just from democrats the latest on this now from chip reid jackie like a moron louisiana senator john kennedy today joins the growing list of republicans who are questioning epa administrator scott pruitt's fitness for office if you can't use good judgment put tax payers i it's time to find another line of work pruitt blames his troubles on his enemies those who oppose his agenda of eviscerating environmental regulations with great change comes in i think opposition pruitt's troubles began last year with stories about his extensive use of first class travel which he said was necessary to defend him from threats from the public he used the same rationale to explain his unusually large security detail that cost taxpayers nearly three point five million dollars last year alone and he's been accused of using his security team to run errands including picking up his laundry and according to today's washington post searching for his favourite moisturizing lotion the epa today defended the the use of his security detail saying administrator pruitt follows the same security protocol whether he's in his personal or official capacity pruitt was also criticized for leasing an apartment for just fifty dollars a day from a lobbyist who's married to another lobbyist who lobbied the epa pruitt defense using his connections to help his wife inquire about getting a chick fil a franchise look my wife is an entrepreneur self thank you scott very much despite pruitt's troubles there's one person who doesn't seem to be bothered so long as he's cutting environmental regulations epa is storing really really well there are at least ten ongoing investigations of pruitt but since he still has the support of president trump is job appears to be secure at least for now jeff right chip reid in our dc bureau chief thank you after more than twenty years behind bars this was alice marie johnson's first full day of freedom she was released from federal prison in alabama late yesterday after president trump commuted her life sentence on a drug conviction mr trump tweeted today good luck to alice johnson have a wonderful life here's adriana diaz thank you on her first full day of freedom alice johnston gave thanks for her new life prison now behind her her future with her family's feel no handcuffs nothing on me i'm.

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"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"adriana diaz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In milwaukee in two thousand sixteen had lead poisoning much higher than the national average of around three percent cbs's adriana diaz talk with a family who thinks it could be in their water jaw head painstakingly prepares water for her family filtering pitcher by pitcher it's an ongoing process with buying hand yes every day last year her youngest son schwab had a blood lead level of eleven point four more than double what's considered lead poisoning lead can affect iq and amina and her husband vere believe it stunted their five year old son's brain development wisconsin state health officials are reviewing their lead prevention program the walkies mayors says he's also taking safety steps hundreds of teachers in kentucky called in sick to protest last minute changes to their pension system nearly two dozen districts closes educators rallied outside the governor's office the state democratic attorney general promised to block the bills implementation if assigned kentucky's pension system is at least forty one billion dollars in the red facebook is already facing questions from investigators and regulators and from congress over improperly harvested user data abc's aaron katersky reports the online china's now facing lawsuits is well facebook users filed suit in federal court in new jersey alleging a severe and unprecedented breach of trust that allowed the data mining firm cambridge analytica to secretly and unlawfully harvest highly sensitive personal information of facebook users the suit seeks class action status it said cambridge analytica improperly obtained data from fifty million facebook users without their consent and an excess of what the.

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