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"I think that's the most important, but also listening to the Supreme Court. They said to redraw the map in a fair and equitable way. So I would hope that our legislature will do that and do right by Alabamians. And bringing Tish back into the conversation, Tish Guiteau -Fox, what this means for other states it. Thank you. in the south where you are. I mean, we're talking about redistricting of a map that could lead to the changing of that. the Well, we know that aside from Alabama, Louisiana also had a gerrymandering successful challenge. And of course, we are expecting that. I think that the ripples of this opinion will be felt in the next election that. I think that this is a moment that. the partisan parts of our government to to support voters to their policy preference. We know that it should not be that elected officials select who they it. Across the South, I think this is going to be important, but this will also so have an impact in the Southwest, in the Midwest, and this all over the country. But this is a victory for representative democracy, and that is what ensure remains. Tish Katoa Fox want to thank you for being with us. Legal director at the ACLU of Alabama, David Ross Perot, attorney with the ACLU Voting Rights Project, one of the attorneys who represented the plaintiffs for the Supreme Court, and Kadida Stone, chief field and campaigns strategist at Alabama Forward, one of the named plaintiffs in the case. Coming up, Amalia Shetela joins us, chair of the African People's Socialist Party. He's been indicted. He is here. Stay with us. This is your WCPT progressive calendar, Thursday June 15th at 11 30 a .m. The Chicago Area Public Affairs Group presents a conversation with Illinois Lieutenant Governor Juliana Stratton, moderated by Politico Illinois columnist Shia Capos. The event takes place at the Union Club of Chicago, 65 West Jackson in Chicago, Saturday, June 17th from 2 to 4 p .m. The Northbrook Public Library presents the film Overload, America's toxic love story, in which filmmaker Susie Eastman works works with experts to explore the level of toxins in our bodies and what can be done about it. A A short expert
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"Left Now, hundreds have been left behind. So what are we going to do to get him out? Coming up on the Ben Ferguson podcast this Week. We'll give you all the details of how you can help. So download the Ben Ferguson podcast right now. Partly mostly cloudy for this afternoon. Temperatures in the eighties with a chance for scattered showers and storms. Overnight showers and storms, ending some patchy fog after midnight, with lows in the sixties. Feeling hotter on Wednesday, a mixture of clouds and sunshine temperatures in the upper eighties still a chance for scattered storms in the afternoon. I'm w V R C first alert, Chief meteorologist West Wyatt for NewsRadio one. Oh 55 w E. R. C right now it's 85. Degrees at Birmingham's News, traffic and Weather Station News Radio one Oh 55 w we are see a statewide moment of silence to remember lives lost to covid. As well as people still battling it. The Alabama Hospital Association holding the event since the start of the pandemic, the deaths of more than 12,000 Alabamians have been linked to the virus. Authorities engaged in are investigating a deadly home invasion. Police say two people were shot and killed, but investigators remaining tight lipped about other details surrounding the crime. So far, no arrests. The Jefferson County coroner's office is asking for information. About four people who recently died in the county foul play is not suspected in any of the deaths. But the coroner's office says the bodies are ready to be released for burial, and the office has not been able to locate family on Wall Street. The Dow fell 269 points. I'm Jim Farraday. Next news at five more Sean in three minutes on NewsRadio one Oh 55 w e R c r comedian in chief, This is so distressing has dropped the ball one by one This has to end I am infuriated Calls for accountability are hurt And I am just living. I feel kind of helpless NewsRadio one Oh 55 w we are see According to research 82% of people remember radio ads. That means that 82% of you listening right now. Remember that this is an ad for Zip recruiter. If you're hiring.
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"Is extraordinary. At least 50 people were killed in six Eastern states as record rainfall last Wednesday overwhelmed rivers and sewer systems. Many point to climate change like New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. This is what climate change looks like It's going to take a massive investment. Both to stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening. I'm Shelley Adler. At noon tomorrow, Alabama hospital officials will hold a statewide moment of silence to remember those who have died with Covid 19. Alabama hospital associations. Vigil is to remember the more than 12,000 Alabamians who lost their lives during the pandemic and to support those who are battling the virus. The Garfield County Colorado Corner and Sheriff's Department investigating last night's death of a six year old girl on the haunted mine drop at the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. This is a P news. The United States helps a U. S. Citizen and family members escape Afghanistan. The US official who confirmed the story says to citizen and the citizens Children were met by American Embassy staff at the border. The official didn't provide details, citing security reasons and the need to preserve the viability of the root for possible future efforts. The evacuation is the first overland extraction. The U. S government is confirmed since it ended its air evacuation effort last week with the final withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. My camp in Washington two of Rudy Giuliani's associates go on trial next month. A third is expected to plead guilty this week. As investigators and prosecutors checking electronic materials found in raids on Giuliani in order to decide whether his contacts with Ukrainian officials while he was former President Donald Trump's lawyer would have required him to register as a foreign agent. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News The Taliban says. They've taken control of Panjshir province north of Kabul, the last holdout of anti Taliban forces in the country and the only province not seized during their blitz across Afghanistan last month. Let him on the gap. The woman's jungle magnified wage a lot to do really in the dynamics. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujaheed issues a statement saying Panshir is now under the control of Taliban fighters. He said the group tried to solve the problems through negotiations, and they the opposition had rejected talks. And then he said, we had to send our forces to fight. The anti Taliban forces have been led by a former vice president and also the son of the iconic anti Taliban fighter, Ahmed Shah Massoud, who was killed just days before the 9 11 terrorist attacks in the US I'm Charles Delayed asthma. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is holding high level talks in Gotta and Europe over the next few days. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is also traveling to the Gulf and we'll meet key allies there. Lincoln schedule includes Gotta where thousands of U. S military are based Hill also stop in Germany to see Afghan evacuees at Ramstein Air Base, who waiting clearance to travel to the U. S. While there, he'll join a virtual meeting with counterparts from 20 nations on the way ahead in Afghanistan. I'm Charles de la Decima. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new and upcoming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters. Deadly force Fatal confrontations with police, The Hubble Telescope,.
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"Point to climate change like New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. This is what climate change looks like. It's going to take a massive investment. To stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening. I'm Shelley Adler. At noon tomorrow, Alabama hospital officials will hold a statewide moment of silence to remember those who have died with Covid 19. The Alabama hospital associations. Vigil is to remember the more than 12,000 Alabamians who lost their lives during the pandemic and to support those who are battling the virus. The Garfield County, Colorado Corner and Sheriff's Department investigating last night's death of a six year old girl on the haunted mine drop at the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. This is a P news. The United States helps a U. S. Citizen and family members escape Afghanistan. The US official who confirmed the story says the citizen and the citizens Children were met by American Embassy staff at the border. The official didn't provide details, citing security reasons and the need to preserve the viability of the root for possible future efforts. The evacuation is the first overland extraction the U. S government has confirmed since it ended its air evacuation effort last week with the final withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan. My camp in Washington two of Rudy Giuliani's associates go on trial next month. A third is expected to plead guilty this week. As investigators and prosecutors checking electronic materials found in raids on Giuliani in order to decide whether his contacts with Ukrainian officials while he was former President Donald Trump's lawyer would have required him to register as a foreign agent. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News Thank you. Okay. Confession time. I just finished back to school shopping. Nothing like the last minute, huh? To the rescue. I got.
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"To Fox News. It's 303 use radio 1055 w We are C 20 governors now calling for action on the border crisis. Governor Kay Ivey is among those who signed a letter calling on the Biden administration to take action on the crisis at the southern border. The letter addressed to the president and vice president says, We call on you to take action on the crisis at the southern border Immediately. Customs and Border Patrol reporting a staggering surge in recent crossings, 100 72,000 encounters in March, the highest number in nearly 20 years and just under 19,000 unaccompanied Children, the largest monthly number in history, the letter says. Recently, The U. S Department of Health and Human Services called upon our states to identify potential housing locations for illegals. Also, the department circumvented our state's altogether by asking private organizations and nonprofits toe. How's the unaccompanied Children? These facilities like Adequate security. The letter ends with a demand to secure the southern border immediately. I'm Leah Brandon Governor Kay Ivey is ending Alabama's participation in federally enhanced unemployment benefits. Alabama Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington says it's clear the extra unemployment money needs to stop. We've been here for more more businesses who can't find workers to feel open positions. Hi West is with the Birmingham Business Journal. This is a national thing, and it's definitely hear the case in Alabama. I mean, if you drive around, you see now hiring and open interview and various signs offering signing bonuses. More than 70,000 Alabamians, refusing to go back to work because they're making around $600 a week on unemployment at money comes to a stop. In mid June. I'm Jim Charity. Your next news at 3 30 coming up. It's more Sean Hannity on NewsRadio. 1055. W E. R. C. I was finding great candidates the higher Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is.
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"Accusing Amazon of interfering in the election by retaliating against pro union employees, threatening widespread layoffs and even closing the facility. Best summer employees overwhelmingly rejecting the union with less than 30% in favor. And Second Amendment bills moving forward in Montgomery and Alabama House committee approving a measure called constitutional Caring. It allows Alabamians to carry a concealed pistol without a permit. Lee County Sheriff J. Jones wants to keep the permit requirement. The current law, as it stands that requires a concealed carry permit has allowed us to identify and apprehend individuals who are out to do other people harm. Supporters say the permits are not necessary. I'm Leah Brandon And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J t. All right, Leah. Thank you very much. It is 6 35. Well, as you know, the opening spring State fair is underway back open again today through Sunday at Oakmont Amphitheater. Boy. What a good time. This is too. And if you'd like some tickets, you be caller number nine right now. Here's the number 88891 Oh 51588891 Oh 51 Oh, five collar nine. I've also got the unlimited ride wristbands for you as well as those four tickets to get in. So four pack for you to really enjoy the pair by the way it wraps up May 9th So get out there this weekend and next weekend as well. Wednesday through Sunday, Oakman Amphitheater for the Oak Mountain Spring State Fair. Good times for everybody there Well, the CDC now says that 54% of US adults have received at least one vaccination as the CDC is also Loosening up on face masks. When you're outdoors, they say, fully vaccinated people can get together in small crowds outdoors without masks. Every we've been doing that kind of already. But thanks for the official CDC appreciate you. Um well, here's the deal. They still think that you should still wear mask it, but you're in a large group even if you're outside on the White House press event, Biden confirmed the move also cheered the stunning progress in the fight against the coronavirus in the past few months. Um, here's White House covered advisor Andy Slavitt, saying more people have received the your Corona virus vaccine. At least one shot to now more than 54% of all adults in the country. And there's a lot of concern, though, that some folks aren't showing up around to those numbers are up right now. Everybody over the age of 16. Is eligible on. There's also problems in India as we know now, once again, Andy Slavitt talking about being committed to helping them. We're working to deploy resources and supplies. Including therapeutics, rapid testing kits, ventilators pp and raw materials that I needed to manufacture vaccines in India. You know, we're moving in the right direction here. We're helping others around the world. Still in the middle of this pandemic, we're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I recommend getting the vaccine. I know a lot of people, you know, don't want to get the vaccine. I've had both shots. You know, I made it through Judy's head shots as well. Um, I think the risks are much lower than the advantages of being vaccinated. You don't want covert. You certainly don't want to end up in the hospital with it, so I'm good with it. They ran through trials and I know it's not approved by the FDA. It's approved by the FDA for emergency use. No people come up with all types of reasons not to get the vaccine. I'm on the other side. I think you ought to get it. 6 38 Taliban is Warning News on the way ness next rather Second Amendment Foundation. I mean, just on fire for the Supreme Court decision to hear an appeal appeal to expand the gun rights for self defense were to talk with Tom Gresham, who is the spokesman for the Second Amendment Foundation. On where we're at with this after traffic and weather together in three minutes, you went online to switch your car insurance to progressive so you could save money. But then you saw a friend request from an old summer camp buddy. And now here you are clicking through photos of his kickball team from 2011. Looks like they won the championship that year. Then he moved to Tulsa. Oh, a new tattoo. Yes, they said it was easy to save hundreds on car insurance with progressive, but they forgot about the rest.
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"80 moving, Okay down toward Chelsea. Your next reported 6 43. I'm Captain Carlin, The traffic center on NewsRadio. 1055. W E. R C Increasing plans tonight alone 62 partly sunny on Wednesday, a high of 86 We will see a chance of rain as we get into Thursday night. Friday on your side w B R c first Where chief virologist JP Dice NewsRadio 1055 w E. R. C Right Now it's 80 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio 1055 w E. R C 10. Years after the devastating Tornado outbreak hit Alabama Governor Ivy declares a day of remembrance today way Paul's and remember the lives that were lost and broken. We pledge our prayers for their families and friends is they still grieve and miss loved ones? And we promised to never forget the enormity of April 27 2011 in the days to come. My God bless those who are grieving and the great state of Alabama. The storms killed 254 Alabamians and injured more than 2000. Others. Tuscaloosa Mere won't Matics telling J. T on Alabama's Morning news. He remembers exactly where he was. When that massive tornado barreled through his city I do. I was in the city's incident command center and watching it on the live the just watching it on network television and about you know, about two minutes in The feed's cut and everyone's phones just began blowing up, he says. The reality was devastating. The thing that will really, you know, there's many things that strike you, but as we were coming back up the stairs are commander.
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Large and dangerous tornado outbreak likely Wednesday
"Forecasters are warning a threat of numerous tornadoes could roll through the region. The highest risk is Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas. The storms also could bring a danger of large hail and last well into tomorrow morning, I head of the possible severe weather emergency officials urging Alabamians to take precautions. At Jefferson County Iemma, Melissa Sizemore says there are household items that can help you avoid injury. Check your body with soft items to protect from debris and the impact of a tornado. You wear a helmet. If you don't have a helmet, you can always use a pot. Stay weather aware all day today and into the overnight hours. I'm Leah Brandon. And this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thanks very much. 7 33. Obviously the big story this morning is the weather that's on its way here to get a A bit more
Retailers put brakes on state moves to scrap mask mandates
"Local retailers air saying, Hey, master going to stay in place, aren't they? Yeah. Number of stores were saying that big change in Texas Mark Kroger H. E B, Big grocery store chain in Texas, CVS, Walgreens best by Target, Macy's Jasey Benny and then Toyota and GM. They're saying that Masks here are gonna still be required and Kroger seconds, doing what needs to be done to keep customers and employees safe. Abbott saying the governor Abbott, that's perfectly fine that they could do whatever they want to do on their property. But That he believes it's time to get going again. And here's how he's goodness in Texas and across the country. We now have the vaccine. Vaccines to protect Accidents from Kobe more than 5.7 million vaccine shots. Have already been given to Texas. But his critics including many and the health care side of things, they're saying, yes, it's looking a lot better, and we're going down the road of hopefully being somewhat done with this soon, but They feel like just give it a few more weeks and that they've got 29 million people in Texas. And, yes, $5.7 million has been given out split that in half because of two doses for most of them, And it's a small fraction of the poet folks in Texas who have the shot yet and then. You look the positivity rates in Texas. They 14% which is higher than many states, California which was so big couple of weeks ago, now down to 2.1% so You've got folks saying, Yeah, we want to get going again. But in the medical world they're saying just give us a few more weeks today in Alabama that the governor there Republican governors, she's saying they want to get there. She says she feels like what Texas Mississippi you're doing is just a little bit too early. Even with this positive news. I have a Dr Harrison. I'm both convinced that we need to get past Easter. And hopefully a lamb. Oh, Alabamians to get their first shot before we take a step. Some other states have taken to remove the mask or altogether and lift the restrictions outside of a handful of states, Texas, Mississippi, Florida and a couple of others. Generally, you're hearing this, okay? It's looking good, But let's tap the brakes just little bit. Give it a few more weeks and then and see if we can knock these things down. Okay. Okay, Alex. Thank you very much. I don't know if you just heard a little
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"From the World Health Organization, including a new report from team investigating virus origins in China. Saying it's not likely to have come from a lab in Wuhan. Instead, a team says the virus most likely jumped to humans from an animal federal safety investigators blaming poor decisions by the pilot for last year's helicopter crash that killed former NBA star Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others under under visual flight rules, or VFR, which legally prohibited him. From penetrating the clouds. NTSB chair Robert Sumwalt. The board also says the pilot likely felt self induced pressure to finish the flight for his star client. America is listening to Fox News. It's 303 news Radio 1055 w we are see. Friends and family remembering the teenager killed in the Fulton Dale Tornado Mourners gathering at a graveside service for 14 year old Elliot Hernandez. Alabama's 2022 Senate race heating up following the retirement announcement from long time Senator Richard Shelby Congressman Mo Brooks signaling he may run in Alabama. A congressman has to give up his seat if he's running for the Senate, Mo Brooks name has gone to the top of the list for the primary next year, he tells JT on Alabama's morning news. It's a tough decision in a tough primary. Typically, you have in the runoff, the establishment Lane leader versus the conservative lane leader in the last race, Jeff Sessions was establishment and Tommy Tuberville, the conservative Shelby's former chief of staff, Katie Boyd. Britt is now the head of the Business Council of Alabama and is likely to be endorsed by Senator Shall Bake. Any boy Brett would be running in the establishment Lane. I would be running in the conservative Lane Alabamians have rejected establishment type. Indicating voters are looking for someone to represent them and not big business. I want to do whatever I can do to best prevent the socialist from doing the kind of damage that they intend on doing to the United States of America. I'm Leah Brandon. Birmingham Police chief Patrick Smith, reflecting on the mental health, told his officers suffered through the pandemic. He says, even though businesses were shut down the police work never stopped about 30 officers who have been specifically trained to deal with employees counseling employee related issues. They've been granted some levels of confidentiality so that they're able to speak with employees and then help guide them into certain. Additional care of they needed. I'm Jim Charity you're next to use at 3 30 coming up. It's more.
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"Arizona. It's the kind of partnership between the federal and state governments that I think in the private sector help us vaccinate more people more quickly and to get ahead of this virus instead of behind it. The president says he's optimistic there will be enough vaccine to get shots to over 300 million Americans by the end of summer, But concern remains about new variants of covert and the ongoing effectiveness of vaccines. South Africa, suspending its use of AstraZeneca's version, for now on Lee Fizer and majority to have vaccines approved for use in the U. S So far, Ah, man charged after his granddaughter's cruise ship death will not serve prison time. Indiana Grandpa Salvatore Nello was cruising with his family aboard Royal Caribbean's freedom of the seas in summer of 2019. When 18 month old granddaughter Chloe wagon fell from an open window. 11 stories high. Anello was seen on video holding the girl up to the open window. He has pleaded guilty to negligent homicide, saying it was all an accident that he didn't realize the window was open. And that he held her up to bang on the glass. Like she's so often dated her brother's hockey games. Anello will serve three years probation. Evan Brown Fox News A man accused of bragging about ties to Rudy Giuliani to recruit investors as part of a fraud scheme is sentenced to a year and a day in prison. David Korea pleaded guilty to making false statements to the Federal Election Commission and conspiring to commit wire fraud. He's a co defendant of Giuliani associate left Parness, who has pleaded not guilty to the fraud charges and other counts, including illegal campaign contributions. America is listening to Fox News. It's 303 use radio 1055 w we, er see, he's Alabama's longest serving US senator and al Republican Richard Shelby says he's retiring, shall be first elected to the Senate in 1986 says it's been the opportunity of a lifetime. Adding he's grateful to the people of Alabama. Shelby says he's done his best to address challenges and find ways to improve the day to day lives of all Americans. While focusing on the economic challenges of Alabamians, first elected as a Democrat, shall be made national headlines in 1994. By announcing he was switching parties. I thought there was room in the Democratic Party for a conservative Southern Democrats, such as myself representing my people. From Alabama and.
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"Right of Arlington, says a congressman died this week at the age of 67. After battling cancer and being hospitalized with covert 19 Woz unexpected there. There was definitely some ups and downs of the last several weeks, but he never gave up. Family spokesman Matt Langston says the congressman will be remembered as a fighter. Funeral announcements are expected to be announced in days to come. Long time Alabama senator will retire next year. Alabama Senator Richard Shelby will not run for what would be 1/7 term in the U S Senate next year. In a statement, Shelby says for everything there is a season and he has been fortunate to serve in the Senate longer than any other Alabamians. Was first elected to the Senate in 1986 is a conservative Democrat before switching parties before the Senate. Shelby spent four terms in the House. For the past two years. He has served as chairman of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee. He also led the banking and intelligence committees. Jared Halpert, Fox knew the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump will resume tomorrow. Meanwhile, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Joe Biden will not be monitoring closely from his schedule from his intention He will not spend It's much time watching the proceedings of any time over the course of this week, hey, will remain in closely in touch with Speaker Pelosi leader Schumer arranged officials on the hill about his plan, and that's exactly what they wanted to do with lawyers for the former president are encouraging the Senate to dismiss the article of impeachment against him. They also argue the trial itself is unconscious. Tutu sh inal Texas business Real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow up 128 points and NASDAQ Up by 72 the S and P 500 up 13 again the high Today 63. It is 60 degrees. This news also brought to you by the law offices of nickname. If The WB AP News Desk America BUSHMAN Your next update at 1 30 24 7 coverage. WB AP dot com. Learning.
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"Way, we have an amazing Hannity tonight. Hope you'll set your DVR nine Eastern on the Fox News Channel. We're loaded up news information. You won't get from anybody else anywhere. As we continue telling you the news. Let's see, we're up to 40 plus executive orders more than three times the last three presidents combined. Oh, I'm not a dictator. You can't be a dictator. You got to get the votes is the democracy. I preserve democracy. Not exactly very now, everybody in the media. They're so quiet. Please, Joe, Please stop. The New York Times says in the New York Times gets excoriated by this new radical socialist left, it tells us, you know, tells us volumes. Right when we come back your calls 809 for one, Shawn, You wanna be a part of the program and slice the loans brother who had a big part? In other words, he is. They may be familiar, but he's not Rocky's brother will explain when we get back straight ahead. What Good afternoon. I'm Jim Parody. More Alabamians will be eligible for Corbett vaccinations, details coming up first traffic and weather together. This report is sponsored by AARP and the Ad council. Still some slow traffic on 4 59, but good news that crash 4 59 north down Grant smell rode off to the sides. Traffic is just about back to normal there already some heavy traffic 50 down north bound up toward trustful truck for mountain Road. No delays heading home when I have 65 already crowded onto Eddie, heading down toward highway 1 19 your next reported 4 50. I'm Captain Carlin, the traffic center on NewsRadio, 1055 w E. R C For those fortunate enough to care for the person who has always been their hero. A harpy is here to help find the care guides you need to help, complete.
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"A majority. And there's no time limit. There's no statute of limitations. That would mean that the new precedent set is that next time Republicans were in power they could reach back and impeach a former Democratic President. America is listening to Fox Keys. It's 403. If you's ready, you're 1055 w We are C state, confirming more than 1500 new covert cases today along with two more deaths. But the trends are moving lower following that post holiday spike. Meantime, Alabamians who are getting vaccinated are being advised to avoid pain killers. The new advice comes after recent research performed in patients by experts at Vanderbilt University found that taking painkillers like Tylenol and Advil before you get the shot might affect the overall efficacy of the vaccine. Doctors say those over the counter medications could block the body's immune response because there is Some question mark about whether or not those medications might reduce your body's ability to make anybody's you Abie researcher, Dr Joy Henningsen, who says it's okay to take the drugs after receiving the injection, especially if you're experiencing symptoms like muscle soreness. I'm Reginald Green, more than 220,000. People in Alabama have been vaccinated. But there's not nearly enough for everyone. Dr. David Hicks with the Jefferson County Health Department, says the phone lines have been jammed with people who are not eligible. Getting a lot of requests that people that wanna jump line escape get the line because everyone's trying to advocate for themselves to be at the front. We still have hint of demand and some unmet need of people who pre registered and that there's still a proportion of people that still didn't even pre register. He's recommending that people go to the county website to do that new developments in the case of the missing woman from Walker County Summer, Busby last seen in mid December, investigators now calling her the victim of foul play. Authorities have recovered some of the woman's belongings. There is a person of interest and a 25 $100 reward.
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"From NPR news. I'm Dwayne Brown. The impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump remains in limbo as Senate leaders work out of power sharing agreement and the evenly split chamber as NPR's winter, Johnston tells US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is yet to commit to a timeline for sending the case to the Senate. Setting the stage for a trial and possible conviction of Trump. Leaders in the Senate say they're waiting on the House to send over the article of impeachment that charges the former president with inciting an insurrection. In the meantime, House Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says lawmakers are hashing out the details of a bipartisan agreement that would set the rules for a trial. If Trump is convicted, he would be banned from seeking office again. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is now pushing to give Trump's defense team or time to prepare asking to start the trial in February. Governor of Alabama says residents of the state will be required to wear a mask through early March. The extension comes as the state is distributed less than half of its allotted covert 19 vaccines from Troy public Radio. I'll gas, it reports. The mask mandate was scheduled to expire Friday. But continuing stress on the state's health system is prompting an extension. Governor Kay Ivey is frustrated with how Alabamians are responding to government health recommendations. Quite frankly, we've run out of ways to Underscore the importance of taking this. Para seriously. And ironically, it's not very complicated. Where you manage Wash your hand sanitizer with places where you are. Alabama State health officer says the state is working to get the covert 19 vaccine out faster. Just 42% of the vaccine has been administered as a first does, with the remaining supply being held for those ready for a second dose..
"alabamians" Discussed on 600 WREC
"From China. America is listening to Fox News. It's 403. If use Radio 1055 w we, er see growing concerns about a plan from President elect Joe Biden to hike the minimum wage. The nonpartisan Congressional Business Office says raising the minimum wage could mean the loss of 123 million jobs or more. Officials with Biden's incoming administration say the CBO reports raising the minimum wage will add a million jobs to the American workforce. Tight West with the Birmingham Business Journal tells to believe BRC many Alabamians aren't sure about this pay hike. That's gonna depend a lot on the different individual companies and kind of their bottom lines and where they're at him something it would be a good thing ultimately, and some things that might Backfire in terms of what is ultimately trying to do, which is get more money into the paychecks of Americans in cities were the minimum wages at $15, like Seattle businesses, report employees working less hours, as well as being forced to lay some people off due to higher costs. Those business owners add those increases have had to be passed on to the consumer with higher prices. I mean gene or fell There is now a place for Alabamians can find out where to get the cove. It vaccine, the state Health Department launching an online map of vaccination sites Birmingham restaurant owner calling on the state to bring back curbside alcohol sales. Marc Lopez, with Rojo says those sales brought in the Bucks. Extended through January February, especially with Koven numbers increasing the way they are. It's really helping us out a lot. We're struggling throughout this Pandit Ji and escaped. Alabama inmate is back in custody. Authorities in Mobile County, capturing Michael Lee Jones is doing time for drug convictions. The Alabama Crimson Tide men's basketball team jumping eight spots in this week's Coachespoll, the number 16 the Tide winning seven straight. I'm Jim Charity. You're next news at 4 30 coming up. It's more Sean Hannity on his radio 1055 w E. R C Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Shoes via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all time high claimed the benefits you've earned at choose dot via dot Gove. Oh, WeII know that being a pro parent means you're also an expert, raspberry blower and an amateur astronaut. So here's a pro tip. You probably already know cheap diapers aren't worth the trouble Loves are different.
"alabamians" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Celebrating Alabama's next college football championship. The Crimson Tide. Had rolled over Ohio State 50 to 24. Americans Listening to Fox News. Good morning 703 of Alabama's Morning news with J T I'm Leah Brandon. The Shelby County Sheriff's office is asking for help to find a missing man. 26 year old Jalen Anderson was reported missing last night last seen in the Highland Lakes area. Driving a black moss to see X five. He's black stands 5 10 when 1 60 called the Shelby County Sheriff's Office If you have info governor Kay Ivey, now calling for calm. Responding to questions about the recent violence in Washington, the governor says This is not the time for finger pointing. She's urging all Alabamians to move forward calmly with stability. In the meantime, the governor ordering flags lowered to half staff following the deaths of two Capitol Hill policeman, one officer dying of injuries he received during the unrest, a second committing suicide as the state prepares to expand covert vaccinations next week, officials in Jefferson County advising people to be patient, County health officer, Dr Mark Wilson. Says it's taking time for them to vaccinate the first group. We have Ah lot of health care workers in Jefferson County. Obviously we have a lot of flagship hospitals, lot of health care here. So it's taking us a little longer than a few of the rural counties, for example, But I think we're getting quite close. Starting next week, The state starts vaccinating people 75 older. Alabama. Small businesses are eligible for a new round of P P P loans under the latest coded relief package that was signed by the president Tom Tote, serves as Alabama's director of the S B. A. The money on the street where will do the most good with small? Businesses and for the 18th time the crimson tide of the national champions. The first half was the Heisman winner Devante Smith Show setting a new championship record. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thank you very much. It is 705. Alabama's morning news. Lots going on this morning. I hope everybody's doing well. Our phones you're open. If you'd like to weigh in on the big game last night, or also what's happening in Washington, D. C. With the transition to President Elect Joe Biden. The big inauguration coming up President Trump eight days left now in office. And boy, they're just not letting up on destroying this man and his presidency thing. Impeachment moving forward. And now their concerns around the country about the safety of the inauguration, President elect Joe Biden was asked if he's afraid to take the oath of office outside the U. S Capitol next week. I'm not taking you back. No, not at all. Well, here's the deal. There are a lot of states in the cities where the concerns are there. In fact, the Jersey State police superintendent Colonel Pat Callahan, says extra security is in place will be prepared on. We trust that those if they do show up that they do in a peaceful manner that Czar request if people do show up to the state House, uh, that they go home safely at the end of it. In here in Alabama Governor Ivy, certainly aware of what's happening around their country and around different cities where people are feeling you know very strong about their own opinions on how things are going in this country right now, and we'll be doing her due diligence to ensure safety here in our country in our state as well, including Montgomery. Coming up. We are going to talk with Michael Bauer. And get a lawn force mint perspective, you know on what took place during the riots last Wednesday and also armed protests now Yep, that's still happening. More on this coming up after traffic and weather together just about three minutes. Alabama's morning news and our phones are open to 8889105105 88 9105105707. Good morning. Stay with us..
"alabamians" Discussed on 600 WREC
"He calling for calm and stability following last week's unraced at the U. S. Capitol. Governor says This is not the time for finger pointing. She says she's urging all Alabamians to move forward calmly and with stability. In time, the governor ordering flags lowered statewide to half staff and honor of Capitol police. Two policemen died following the unrest of the capital. One died of injuries received in the violence, a second committed suicide. Easier way to sign up for covert vaccines in Alabama Governor Ivy says officials air setting up an online portal, she says the hotline for vaccines is bogged down. People should call only if they're eligible for the shots. Anyone who gets a busy signal should hang up and call back later. The Crimson Tide getting ready for tonight's national championship game. Some Alabama fans are angry because Steve Starkey Jin is leaving for the head coach position. A Texas social media has been a mix of congratulations and calls for loyalty. Nick Saban doesn't seem very affected one way or another. I think our coaching staff has done a really good job working with our players, you know, start Is the one guy that has shown great maturity, I think and how he handled his situation, You know, moving on to be a head coach, which is what he's worked for, and we're happy for him relative to the opportunity that he's created for himself by the great job that he's done for us here, But I have no complaints at all with the way our coaches have, you know, sort of handled the situation and I think everybody is wants to do the best job that they can for the players so that the players have the best opportunity to have success in the game against a very good team. Brandon Gas prices moving higher in Alabama, Triple A, says the statewide averages two away to Galan. Six.
A Tornado Warning Gave Alabamians Hours to Prepare. 23 People Died Anyway.
"In the wake of the tornado f four tornado that tore through Beauregard Alabama over the weekend killing twenty three people science writer. Seth Bornstein reports beginning three days in advance. Forecasters correctly cautioned that a strong tornado could strike into Alabama counties on Sunday a few hours in advance their warnings an hour before they actually issued alert that said the next thirty to sixty minutes, we have tornado formation likely severe ones possible. And with all this warning Twenty-three people still died, maybe more. For predicting with any precision where a tornado is going to go is still beyond the limits of meteorology, which is why warnings went out for a large to county area. When a tornado might be only a half, a mile wide and getting people to listen and take precautions is another matter
Is Collin Sexton (or someone else) this year's Kemba Walker?
"Let's great question i think tennessee tennessee will make it i love the way they play the alabama alabamian amendment haunt here about alabama because i just love when they're on the way they play basketball and and collins sexton i mean we're talking about a guy i mean we everyone makes a big deal about trae young but we're talking about a guy calling sexton who could be the best point guard in in in the turnament we've seen him in recent games as take over with that confidence and he's the kind of guy he of the minds of kemba walker type who of course one of these crazy fun tournament runs in previous years i don't know i don't know bama makes it to the sweet sixteen though we didn't see much of auburn they only hung around saint louis for forty minutes actually twenty minutes they didn't they didn't bother showing up for the second half against alabama bubba what are your thoughts on bruce pearl's team which at times this year was on the one line and and started to slip a little bit and now so is is mired in its worst slump of the year not a good time to be in a slump of course you're absolutely right i think the one big about pearl is he has a fascinating fellow but he has if they if i may the skins on the walls they say he's he's done it before and the term but he's he's won some games i like bruce pearl the coach i don't i don't know about bruce pearl the overall the overall product if you will but i i've i've sense that he's gonna take this town fifteen and turn them into one that can win at least one maybe two games in this tournament in hochman joining us from the saint louis post dispatch ben who's great to be in your town we enjoyed it thank you and we hope to talk to you against him i hope he ate well and saying well it's impossible not too bad thanks i really had a great time there a i've said this a couple of times last week but i grew up spent a lot of time in st louis and it's an extraordinary city it's just the heart of america and we had a wonderful time there during the sec basketball tournament we will take.