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"alan canfora" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Decide the leg whitewater rafting, relaxing the side and ocean beautiful. Well, trying to at least there are lots of great things to dream about doing in South Carolina, So when you're ready to visit, South Carolina is ready to make those dreams a reality from a classic road trip. To relaxing weekend getaway South Carolina is open for Discovery. Start planning today at Discover South Carolina dot com From ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue Seems. Authorities in Nashville were warn 16 months ago about the RV bomber, according to a Metro Nashville police report obtained by ABC News, A woman told police her boyfriend, Anthony Quinn, Warner, was building bombs in the RV of his home. Report dated August. 21st 2019 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside A B C's Lion Elmo ease. Police say officers didn't see any evidence of a crime and no additional action was taken. It is more contagious, but not necessarily any worse than the original covert 19. Officials in Colorado say to people there have the covert mutation that first turned up in Britain. First US cases of the virus of that variant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor personally to kill the House passed proposal to boost the $600 pandemic relief payment to individuals to 2000. He praised the outgoing president for signing off on these 600 bipartisan compromise was our shot at getting help to working families. On the urgent timeline. If they need minority leader Charles Schumer, not buying it. I don't want to hear that. We can't afford it. I don't want to hear that it would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Baby sees Chuck's Iverson says A long awaited railroad safety system is finally a reality. Federal regulators say the railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track. Word is required ahead of a year and deadline. It cost roughly $15 billion. It's designed to reduce human error by automatically stopping trains ahead of crashes. Excessive speed or going in the wrong direction. His sister reports the death at home in Ohio of Alan Canfora, one of the nine people wounded in.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC News. I'm Richard can sue Seems. Authorities in Nashville were warn 16 months ago about the RV bomber, according to a metro Nashville police. Word obtained by ABC News, a woman told police her boyfriend, Anthony Quinn, Warner, was building bombs in the RV of his home. The report dated August. 21st 2019 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside A B C's Lion Elmo ease. Police say officers didn't see any evidence of a crime and no additional action was taken. It is more contagious, but not necessarily any worse than the original covert 19. Officials in Colorado say to people there have the covert mutation that first turned up in Britain. First US cases of the virus of that variant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor personally to kill the House passed proposal to boost the $600 pandemic relief payment to individuals to 2000. He praised the outgoing president for signing off on these 600 spot. Partisan compromise was our shot at getting help to working families. On the urgent timeline. If they need minority leader Charles Schumer, not buying it. I don't want to hear that. We can't afford it. I don't want to hear that it would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Baby sees Chuck's Iverson says A long awaited railroad's safety system is finally a reality. Federal regulators say the railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track. Word is required ahead of a year and deadline. It cost roughly $15 billion. It's designed to reduce human error by automatically stopping trains ahead of crashes. Excessive speed or going in the wrong direction. His sister reports the death at home in Ohio of Alan Canfora, one of the nine people wounded in the Kent State University shootings.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"King of Beef from ABC News. I'm Richard Can Sue Seems. Authorities in Nashville were warned 16 months ago about the RV bomber, according to a Metro Nashville police report obtained by ABC News. A woman told police her boyfriend, Anthony Quinn, Warner, was building bombs in the RV of his home. Report dated August. 21st 2019 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside. ABC is lying. Elmo is police say officers didn't see any evidence of a crime and no edition election was taken. It is more contagious, but not necessarily any worse than the original covert 19. Officials in Colorado say to people there have the covert mutation that first turned up in Britain. First US cases of the virus of that variant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor personally to kill the House passed proposal to boost the $600 pandemic relief payment to individuals to 2000. He praised the outgoing president for signing off on these 600 about partisan compromise was our shot at getting help to working families. On the urgent timeline. If they need minority leader Charles Schumer, not buying it. I don't want to hear that. We can't afford it. I don't want to hear that it would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Baby sees Chuck's Iverson says A long awaited railroad's safety system is finally a reality. Federal regulators say the railroad industry hasn't stolen automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track. Word is required ahead. Of a year in deadline. It cost roughly $15 billion. It's designed to reduce human error by automatically stopping trains ahead of crashes, excessive speed or going in the wrong direction. Sister reports the death at home in Ohio of Alan Canfora, one of the nine people wounded in the kid's state University shootings 50 years ago who survived You're listening to a be seen it now. Here's what's happening around.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on KGO 810

"To a Metro Nashville police report obtained by ABC News, a woman told police her boyfriend, Anthony Quinn, Warner, was building bombs in the RV of his home. The report dated August. 21st 2019 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside A B. C's Lion Elmo is police say officers didn't see any evidence of a crime and no additional action was taken. It is more contagious, but not necessarily any worse than the original code. 19 officials in Colorado say to people there have the covert mutation that first turned up in Britain. First US cases of the virus of that variant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor personally to kill the House passed proposal to boost the $600 pandemic relief payment to individuals to 2000. He praised the outgoing president for signing off on these 600 spot. Partisan compromise was our shot at getting help to working families. On the urgent timeline. If they need minority leader Charles Schumer, not buying it. I don't want to hear that. We can't afford it. I don't want to hear that It would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Baby sees Chuck's Iverson says A long awaited railroad safety system is finally a reality. Federal regulators say the railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track. Word is required ahead of a year and deadline. It cost roughly $15 billion. It's designed to reduce human error by automatically stuff. Hopping trains ahead of crashes, excessive speed or going in the wrong direction. His sister reports the death at home in Ohio of Alan Canfora, one of the nine people wounded in the Kent State University shootings.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"16 months ago about the RV bomber, according to a Metro Nashville police report obtained by ABC News, A woman told police her boyfriend, Anthony Quinn, Warner, was building bombs in the RV of his home. Report dated August. 21st 2019 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside A B. C's Lion Elmo is, police say officers didn't see any evidence of a crime and no additional action was taken. It is more contagious, but not necessarily any worse than the original covert 19. Officials in Colorado say to people there have the covert mutation that first turned up in Britain. First US cases of the virus of that variant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor personally to kill the House passed proposal to boost the $600 pandemic relief payment to individuals to 2000. He praised the outgoing president for signing off on these 600 spot. Partisan compromise was our shot at getting help to working families. On the urgent timeline. If they need minority leader Charles Schumer, not buying it. I don't want to hear that. We can't afford it. I don't want to hear that it would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Baby sees Chuck's Iverson says A long awaited railroad's safety system is finally a reality. Federal regulators say the railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track. Word is required ahead of a year and deadline. It cost roughly $15 billion. It's designed to reduce human error by automatically stopping trains ahead of crashes. Excessive speed or going in the wrong direction. His sister reports the death at home in Ohio of Alan Canfora, one of the nine people wounded in the kid's state University shootings 50 years ago who.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"19 notes that police knocked on the door but did not receive an answer. The trailer was in the backyard and fenced off so police could not see inside. ABC is lying. Elmo ease. Police say officers didn't see any evidence of a crime and no additional action was taken. It is more contagious, but not necessarily any worse than the original code. 19 officials in Colorado say to people there have the covert mutation that first turned up in Britain. First US cases of the virus of that variant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went to the Senate floor personally to kill the House passed proposal to boost the $600 pandemic relief payment to individuals to 2000. He praised the outgoing president for signing off on these 600 spot. Partisan compromise was our shot at getting help for working families. On the urgent timeline. If they need minority leader Charles Schumer, not buying it. I don't want to hear that. We can't afford it. I don't want to hear that It would add too much to the deficit. Senate Republicans added nearly two trillion to the deficit to give corporations a massive tax cut. Baby sees Chuck's Iverson says A long awaited railroad safety system is finally a reality. Federal regulators say the railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on nearly 58,000 miles of track. Word is required ahead. Of a year and deadline. It cost roughly $15 billion. It's designed to reduce human error by automatically stopping trains ahead of crashes, excessive speed or going in the wrong direction. Assistant reports the death at home in Ohio of Alan Canfora, one of the nine people wounded in the Kent State University shootings 50 years ago who survived.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on KCRW

"New deal. That's up next on our body politick right after the news. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. The Democratic controlled House of Representatives is expected to vote today on a measure that would more than triple coronavirus relief checks. But the bill is likely to face major pushback from Republicans as NPR's Franco or Dona is tells us. After much delay, President Trump has signed a $2.3 trillion spending bill. That includes $600 payments to Americans who qualify for federal aid. The $2.3 Trillion coronavirus relief bill will help avert a government shutdown and provide billions of dollars in Corona virus aid to millions of people passed by Congress was sweeping majorities. Trump waited almost until the last minute to sign the measure after calling the package of disgrace. And fought so far unsuccessfully to raise direct payments from $600 to $2000, NPR's Franco Ordonez and Nashville authorities say 63 year old Anthony Quinn Warner was that city's Christmas Day bomber. They are calling it a suicide attack, but officials say they remain stumped by the Y of the case. More than two dozen countries have temporarily suspended flights in the United Kingdom in response to a new strain of the Corona virus that was first detected in Britain. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports some nations air, taking travel restrictions a bit further and blocking all foreign visitors. Most of the new rules are aimed travelers from United Kingdom, where the new, more transmissible strain of the virus has dominated recent infections. But Japan is blocking all foreign visitors through at least the end of January to try to keep the so called UK variant out. Canada is extending a ban on direct flights from the U. K, which has caused chaos from any Canadians trying to return home from Europe. Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines all recently announced tightened restrictions on incoming travelers due to concerns about this new strain. And starting today, all travelers from Britain to the United States will have to show proof of a negative covert test result within the last 72 hours before they'll be allowed to board their flights. Jason Beaubien. NPR news Gasoline prices are rising, according to Triple A driver's of paying more the pump than any point since mid March. NPR's Camilla Domino ski reports gasoline is still cheaper than it was last year, but it's climbing noticeably. For the first time in months, Americans continue to drive less than usual, so demand for gas is still relatively low. That crude oil prices play a big role in setting prices at the pump and oil prices have been climbing thanks in large part to optimism about how the Corona virus vaccines might allow a return to normalcy next year. Nationwide, the average gas prices now around $2.25 as usual, it is cheaper in the south and more expensive in the West. Camilla Domino Ski NPR news President sunning of a pandemic relief bill is lead Stocks higher The Dow up to 40, this is NPR. It was May 4th 1970. It can't State university Hundreds of students protesting the war in Vietnam were staging a peace rally defined the orders of university officials. The National Guard was called in and after unarmed protesters clashed with guardsmen. The troops opened fire. Four students were killed. Others were wounded as compare Bhatia of member station Wks You tells us One of those wounded 50 years ago, has now died. Alan Canfora was a student 50 years ago when National Guardsmen opened fire during anti war protests, wounding nine students and killing four. Since then, he's pushed for justice and recognition from the university of what happened. Earlier this year. During what would have been the 50th anniversary of the shootings, Canfora said he always felt he could have done more essential mystery has always dead. Why did the guard fire? He set the fire himself the sense so I think that's what I'm focused on, and I think that's what we're gonna have to do going forward so we can just literally care videos to cover up. The murderer can escape. And for a sister confirmed his death from natural causes. He was 71 for NPR news. I'm could beer Bhatia. Sweden is now moving towards stricter anti covert measures after a relaxed approach to the viruses failed to create enough social discipline to wear masks and socially distance and no degree of population immunity. Now, the government is proposing a temporary covert 19 pandemic law, allowing it to halt public activities, public transportation, clothes, shops and shopping centers, all in an effort to curb the spread of the Corona virus. I'm Louise Schiavone. NPR NEWS Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include duo lingo, Ah, language learning APP built around the idea that learning should be fun to keep learners motivated with bite size lessons and more than 34 languages. Duo lingo is available as an app.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You just park call and read the receipt info. And that is a B C's Jinnai Norman with that report, It's now 8 48, a man shot during the historic Hence state shootings back in 1970 has died. Alan Canfora was one of nine students hit. After the Ohio National Guard opened fire during protests against the Vietnam War. And while he survived four of his Christmas four of his classmates, rather were killed earlier this year conformed describing what happened on that tragic day. A march back up the hill. It looked like a retreat and look like they were going back where they had come from. Suddenly, when they reached the hilltop out of the 76 Guardsmen, about a dozen altogether stopped. They all turned. They all raise their weapons and they all began to shoot and they continue to shoot for 13 seconds. 67 gunshots and the incident marking the first time a students had been killed during an anti war gathering in U. S history. Well, the increasing number of deaths caused by Corona virus is having an effect on the funeral home industry. CBS is Rick Montana's saying some mortuaries air full and actually have to turn some families away as more people die from their viral infections. The trickle down effect is also hurting capacity at funeral homes, especially in Southern California. I talked to one feel along today that actually triage is every night to see how many spaces they have available. Bob Ackerman is the executive director for the California Funeral Directors Association. He says funeral homes could see what was happening in hospitals and prepared for their own increase. But even that preparation like in hospitals isn't always enough to keep up in California, recently became the first state to record two million recorded cases of coronavirus. At 8 49. Since the start of the vaccinations, a number of fraudsters have started to rear their ugly heads ABC Stephanie Ramos, saying officials in New York busting up a scheme alleging an opportunity to skip the line. Get the vaccine Authorities investigating a health care provider park hair community health for allegedly violating the state's distribution plan. Park hair is accused of diverting doses of the vaccine to members of the public ahead of health care workers, nursing home residents and staff Park Air, saying in a statement it followed all New York State Department of Health procedures. And proactively returned its vaccines pending the department's review and reports claiming that park here fraudulently obtained doses of the vaccine. Transfer them to other facilities within their network in that is a violation. Of state guidelines at 8 50 in Illinois and Army Green Beret arrested in connection with a shooting at a bowling alley on Saturday at the Rockford, Illinois Bowling Alley. You were hiding behind a wooden crate, Matthew writer and his girlfriend. People were screaming People were crying. The shots that culture and closer girlfriend Amanda Hollenbeck was on the phone for Mama was like, Mom, I love you. There's an active shooter. I gotta go..

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"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From CBS is Jesse Mitchell. Investigators have confirmed that 63 year old Anthony Quinn Warner was the man behind the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville and that he died in the blast. State and federal scientists made the Didna match between human remains found at the scene and samples collected from Warner's home. Our CBS News investigative team confirms Warner's mother also provided her own didna for testing, and authorities have not yet revealed a motive behind that bombing. Just yet it is 7 16, a man shot during the historic Kent State shootings and 1970 has died. Alan Canfora was one of nine students hit after the Ohio National Guard opened fire during protests against the Vietnam War. Well, he survived. Four of his classmates did not. Earlier this year. He described what happened on that tragic day. They march back up the hill. It looked like a retreat and look like they were going back where they had come from. Suddenly when they reached the hilltop Out of the 76 Guardsmen, about a dozen altogether stopped. They all turned. They all raise their weapons and they all began to shoot and they continue to shoot for 13 seconds. 67 gunshots, and the incident marked the first time a student had been killed at an antiwar gathering in U. S history. It's now 7 17. The increasing number of deaths caused by Corona virus is having an effect on the funeral home industry. CBS is Rick Montaigne is saying that some mortuaries are now full and actually have to turn families away as more people die from their viral infections. The trickle down effect is also hurting capacity at funeral homes, especially in Southern California. I talked to one for a long today that actually triage is every night to see how many spaces they have available. Bob Ackerman is the executive director for the California Funeral Directors Association. He says funeral homes could see what was happening in hospitals and prepared for their own increase. But even that preparation like in hospitals isn't always enough to keep up in California, recently became the first state to record two million recorded cases. Of Corona virus. It is now 7 17. Since the start of the vaccinations, a number of fraudsters have started rearing their ugly heads A B C's Stephanie Ramos, saying officials in New York have busted a scheme alleging an opportunity to skip the line to get a shot. Authorities investigating a health care provider park hair community health For allegedly violating the state's distribution plan. Park hair is accused of diverting doses of the vaccine to members of the public ahead of health care workers, nursing home residents and staff. Car care, saying in a statement it followed All New York State Department of Health procedures and proactively returned its vaccines pending the department's review and reports claiming that park here had fraudulently obtained doses of a covert vaccine, then transferred them. Other facilities in their network That is a violation of state guidelines. And 7 18 in Illinois and Army Green Beret, is arrested in connection with a shooting at a bowling alley on Saturday at the Rockford, Illinois Bowling Alley. You were hiding behind a wooden crate, Matthew writer and his girlfriend. People were screaming. People are crying their shots that culture and closer girlfriend Amanda Hollenbeck was on the phone. It was like Mom, I love you. There's an active shooter. I gotta go. But I want you to know I love you 56.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Work where they have just finished a building sized mural to honor the late congressman and a segment that is out of this world will look back on the biggest news of 2020 in space. It is Monday. December 28th musician John Legend turns 42 Years old Today News is next. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. President Trump has signed a $2.3 trillion spending package that includes the next coronavirus relief bill. NPR's Franco are juniors reports. Trump signed the measure last night after suggesting that he would veto it. The $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief bill will help avert a government shutdown and provide billions of dollars in Corona virus say to millions of people. Passed by Congress with sweeping majorities. Trump waited almost until the last minute to sign the measure after calling the package of disgrace and fought so far unsuccessfully to raise direct payments from $600 to $2000. President. Trump refused to sign the legislation for days, sending Washington do chaos as a deadline to prevent millions of Americans from losing unemployment benefits was missed. Franco or Dona is NPR news. Federal authorities are still trying to determine a motive behind the massive explosion that ripped through downtown Nashville on Christmas Day after a bomb went off inside a park Garvey Samantha Max from member station WPL and reports. Authorities have identified the suspect as 63 year old Anthony Warner. Officials say Didna evidence has confirmed that Warner was at the scene of the explosion and that he died in the blast. Nashville's police chief has told residents that there are no other known threats to the area and that the city is safe. Ah curfew was ongoing as agents continue to investigate a massive crime scene. It's a vehicle. Debris from the site helps the match mourner to the RV used in the blast, but officials hope to work through the evidence and start opening up surrounding blocks in the coming days. For NPR news. I'm Samantha Max in Nashville, the number of Corona virus infections continues to spike across the United States. The nation has recorded more than 19 million cases, and the death toll stands at more than 330,000. MPR's Dave missed it reports Vaccine distribution is underway, but it could be months before the shots will be widely available. The 330,000 deaths represent roughly one American and every 1000, the first Korean virus related death in the country occurred his earliest February In recent days, Deaths have repeatedly talked more than 3000. Public health officials hope vaccines will quell the spread of the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more than 1.9 million people have so far received the first dose of the vaccine. Since the shots began being distributed nearly two weeks ago. Even with the help of vaccines, researchers at the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation Project that the U. S could see more than half a million coronaviruses deaths by April 1st. They've missed each. NPR news on Wall Street stock futures are trading higher. Asian markets traded mixed You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Public health officials are likely to extend to stay at home orders in parts of California hit hardest by a surge of new Corona virus infections. Hospitals in the central and southern part of the state are running out of intensive care beds. Officials fear the surge will worsen as people return from traveling after Christmas and New Year's. Infections in California exceeded two million. Last week. One of the nine wounded survivors of the 1970 shootings at Kent State University in Ohio has died. Compare Obadiah from member station wks Yu reports. Alan Canfora was a student 50 years ago when National Guardsmen opened fire during anti war protests. Wounding nine students and killing for since then he's pushed for justice and recognition from the university of what happened earlier this year. During what would have been the 50th anniversary of the shootings, Canfora said he always felt he could have done more. The central mystery has always there. Why did the guard fire? He said. He fired in self defense, so I think that's what I'm focused on. And I think that's what we're gonna have to do going forward so we can just literally give it of the cover up of murder can escape. Canfora sister confirmed his death from natural causes. He was 71 for NPR news. I'm Kabeer Bhatia. Authorities in Illinois have charged a member of the U. S. Army Special forces with opening fire and killing three people at a bowling alley Saturday night. Police in Rockford say the shooting appears to have been a random attack. Two others were wounded I. Winter Johnston NPR News in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Walton Family Foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems to improve lives today and benefit future generations. More information at Walton family foundation dot or g'kar. Good morning. It's six minutes after four o'clock, I'm Jean Marie Coming up. On morning edition, President Trump signed the coronavirus relief aid and government spending package after demanding last minute changes that put the deal in limbo. Congress passed the legislation last week. Also here in California hospitals are overwhelmed and asking nurses to care for more patients at once than they normally would. It's taking a toll. Now. Some nurses worry those demands may become the norm. We'll hear those stories coming up in a minute here on KQED and then later this morning on KQED science. In October. The glass fire pushed thousands of people out of their homes, many of them older and some lived alone. Most have returned home, but evacuation brings trauma and that trauma can linger. Take you. Edie. Science reporter Molly Peterson has the story of one senior in Santa Rosa. That's this morning at 6 22 and 8 22 here on KQED Public radio. Your National Weather Service forecast for this Monday..

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"alan canfora" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Say they were able to match DNA's samples obtained from the blast scene with samples they obtained from Warner's property. CBS News has learned. They also matched those samples with DNI. They gathered from orders mother now as far as a motive goes, authorities say they are still looking into that, but they are considering the possibility. The water may have been targeting the communications infrastructure here in national correspondent Moola lying a police say a gunman opened fire inside an Illinois bowling alley Saturday night. Rockford police Chief Dan O'Shea. We're done with the active shooter. At this point. We believe we have the scene secure and we believe person of interest in custody. Three people were killed. Three others hurt during that attack, the latest on covert 19 in the U. S. The epicenter California We're nearly 20,000 are hospitalized and I see you. Capacity is zero. In L. A county. Some hospitals report. They're running low on oxygen, and people read those on the front lines still at risk, A recent report found nearly 3000 health care workers nationwide have died since the start of the pandemic. Almost two thirds people of color correspondent Lilia Luciano in L. A golfer Greg Norman, is hospitalized in Florida after testing positive 17 17 people reported missing after a fishing boat sank in the Barents Sea off the northern coast of Russia. Late your obituaries in the news tonight Baseball Hall of Famer Phil Niekro, the knuckleball pitcher, one more than 300 games. He was 81 Alan Canfora was an outspoken survivor of the May 1970 shooting. It can state he was 71 salsa fans mourning the loss of Puerto Rican singer Tito RoHaas. Even Paedo RoHaas released more than 25 albums. He was 65. This is CBS News. Let's start this weekend at the White House from Washington to the world Correspondent Steve Futterman is in New Zealand. Catch the CBS News weekend round up on the radio and online. NEWSMAX TV. Everyone's talking about it. 30 Million people are watching news Max for real News on President Trump, Biden the election and more and make sure you vote in Newsmax is national poll asking if President Trump should concede. Just text fish to 39 747 and vote instantly..

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"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Match DNA samples obtained from the blast scene with samples they obtained from Warner's property. CBS News has learned. They also matched those samples with DNA's A. They gathered from Waters mother now as far as a motive goes, authorities say they are still looking into that, but We are considering the possibility that Warner may have been targeting the communications infrastructure here in national correspondent Moola Langi. Police say a gunman opened fire inside an Illinois bowling alley Saturday night. Rockford police Chief Dan O'Shea. We're done with the active shooter. At this point. We believe we have seen secure and we believe person of interest in custody. Three people were killed, three others hurt during that attack. Latest on covert 19 in the U. S. The epicenter California We're nearly 20,000 are hospitalized and I see you. Capacity is zero in L. A county. Some hospitals report. They're running low on oxygen, and people eat those on the front lines still at risk. A recent report found nearly 3000 health care workers nationwide. Have died since the start of the pandemic. Almost two thirds people of color correspondent Living A Luciano in L. A golfer Greg Norman is hospitalized in Florida after testing positive 17 17 people reported missing after a fishing boat sank in the Barents Sea off the northern coast of Russia. Late your obituaries in the news tonight Baseball Hall of Famer Phil Niekro, the knuckleball pitcher who won more than 300 games. He was 81 Alan Canfora was an outspoken survivor of the May 1970 shooting. It can state he was 71 salsa fans mourning the loss of Puerto Rican singer Tito RoHaas. Even Tito RoHaas released more than 25 albums. He was 65. This is CBS News, Traffic.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some paving their way down to one lane in fact all the traffic being pushed over to the right into the breakdown lane Laurie granted WBZ's traffic on the threes check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast right now here's meteorologist dean devore well we're watching the last of the showers and maybe a rumble move off the coast first thing this morning and will see clouds some sunny breaks windy and cooler conditions as shower popping up again this afternoon as we'll get back up into the low to mid sixties after dropping a bit this morning blustery chilly down to forty two tonight tomorrow early sun giving way to clouds and chilly winds will stay in the fifties and then low fifties chilly weather continues folks it actually gets even worse I think heading to this wards the weekend in there could be a lots of rain showers maybe even some wet snow showers up in the inland parts of New England this weekend will keep up to date on WBZ Boston news radio does not sound good at all still have several days to go before the weekend we'll keep an eye on it for you right now not bad in Boston little bit of sunshine sixty four degrees here in the city eight fifty five on the ring central news line it was fifty years ago today may fourth nineteen seventy a day that this country will never forget the massacre at Kent State University those who were there remember that day clearly the sun was out it was brisk there was a nice breeze blowing Alan Canfora was a can't state student he never expected the date to turn into one of the darkest in recent American history National Guard troops opened fire on a protest in students killing for Alan Canfora was hit in the wrist fifty years later people still come to the site.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Guard troops opened fire on a protest in students killing for Alan Canfora was hit in the wrist fifteen years later people still come to the site I can only imagine the fear that the students file as well as the fear and confusion that the National Guard felt they were all terrified they were young Steve Futterman CBS news Kent Ohio one of the nation's big warehouse stores is requiring customers to take extra precautions cosco has never closed during the corona virus scare though they went through great lengths to limit the number of shoppers in each of their stories in a single time offering members disinfecting wipes to clean off their shopping carts but now cosco will require all shoppers to wear masks cosco is following the lead of airlines like JetBlue and United which are now requiring passengers to have their faces covered up to if they want to fly Evan brown things radio WFLA a former high ranking north Korean diplomat is apologizing for suggesting Kim Jong moon was seriously ill days before the leader of the communist state showed up in public Kim hadn't been seen for weeks fueling speculation about his health and even whether he was still alive the corona viruses because the supply for me to become a problem and now people are going out and getting it the old fashioned way with virus related meat shortages Americans are changing more than shopping habits more people are out to bag their meals game and fish agencies across the country are reporting an increase in hunting license sales Indiana senior twenty eight percent jump in Turkey license sales during the first week of the season and the quality deer management association is predicting a resurgence in hunting as people consider self reliance and where their food comes from Jim Shannon CBS news for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab of the latest news and information it's eight thirty five weather is next your favorite things feel made for you your education should too university of Maryland global campus formerly university of Maryland University College was made to serve the military.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Next have a good candidate forty K. long as radio WFLA a little muggy this morning but not bad temperatures will make it up to eighty five which is average for the fourth of may it's seventy two degrees said newsradio WFLA president trump's top economic adviser is going against the predictions of most economists and believes the nation's economy will be back soon even bigger than before Larry Kudlow feels as does the president that the nation's economic strength could perhaps be better than it was before the virus hit on fox's Sunday morning futures Kudlow cites the forecasts of private firms and the Congressional Budget Office in his optimism they're looking for a substantial rebound of say seventeen to twenty percent in the second half of the year this would come despite a drop in the gross domestic product in the first quarter of almost five percent in more than thirty million people filing for unemployment after the U. S. economy shut down colonel Scott fox news Florida's partially re opening today as retailers and restaurants can open a twenty five percent capacity it's happening in dozens of states around the country more than half of the states in the U. S. have partially re open at the hardest hit state New York is not one of them but governor Andrew Cuomo says New York is collaborating with other states in the northeast on this effort we want to work together with the regional planning now on the re opening because every state is going to every other state we do something in New York facts New Jersey Connecticut Delaware cetera people are very mobile right now at least twenty eight states have partially re opened and a total of thirty four states will be partially re opened including Alaska Oklahoma Georgia Arkansas Colorado and Florida is Tina Coleman reporting for the first time people will be able to hear arguments at the Supreme Court without being there in person the Supreme Court will hold ten arguments by telephone conference including a landmark case involving president trump's financial records not only will the arguments be conducted by telephone the public for the first time we'll be able to listen in live as the cases are argued the justices are making adjustments for the arguments including asking questions one by one by seniority rather than the usual free for all six of the nine justices are age sixty five or older placing them in a population that the CDC considers to be at risk for serious illness from the corona virus in Washington John decker fox news today is the fiftieth anniversary of the shooting of college students at Kent state in Ohio those who were there remember that day clearly the sun was out it was brisk there was a nice breeze blowing Alan Canfora was a can't state student he never expected the date to turn into one of the darkest in recent American history National.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Babri insurance copter thanks Kristin Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the threes college's dean devore now with a look at the four day WBZ accu weather forecast all righty Jeff you can probably stop mentioning the showers a looks like the last of them just the off the Cape here the next hour or so we're actually starting to see some brightening in the sky right to the city westward as we get in the afternoon some sunny breaks but there also could be another shower popping up again this afternoon breezy windy at times not as mild low to mid sixties this is actually can be one of the better days going forward tomorrow upper fifties with a chilly wind with some sun the clouds and in Chile are still low fifties with a breeze and some sunny breaks Wednesday Thursday could have some showers in the afternoon high just fifty two and honestly Friday into Saturday could even be worse I'm accu weather meteorologist in devore WBZ Boston news radio great clouds sixty three in Boston SSI recipients if you did not file a tax return last year and have children under seventeen you must act now to get the five hundred dollar economic impact payment per child act by may fifth to receive a payment in twenty twenty go to IRS dot gov and enter your information in the non filer tool by may fifth at six fifty five on the ring central news line this Monday it was fifty years ago today may fourth nineteen seventy the Kent state massacre those who were there remember that day clearly the sun was out it was brisk there was a nice breeze blowing Alan Canfora was a can't state student he never expected the date to turn into one of the darkest in recent American history.

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"alan canfora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"alan canfora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"National Guard troops opened fire on a protest in students killing for Alan Canfora was hit in the wrist fifteen years later people still come to the site I can only imagine the fear that the students file as well as the fear and confusion that the National Guard felt they were all terrified they were young Steve Futterman CBS news Kent Ohio one of the nation's big warehouse stores is requiring customers to take extra precautions cosco has never closed during the corona virus scare though they went through great lengths to limit the number of shoppers in each of their stories in a single time offering members disinfecting wipes to clean off the shopping carts but now cosco will require all shoppers to wear masks cosco is following the lead of airlines like JetBlue and United which are now requiring passengers to have their faces covered up to if they want to fly Evan brown's newsradio WFLA a former high ranking north Korean diplomat is apologizing for suggesting Kim Jong moon was seriously ill days before the leader of the communist state showed up in public Kim hadn't been seen for weeks fueling speculation about his health and whether he was even alive the corona viruses cause supply problems for meat now people are going out and getting it the old fashioned way with virus related meat shortages Americans are changing more than shopping habits more people are out to bag their meals game and fish agencies across the country are reporting an increase in hunting license sales Indiana has seen a twenty eight percent jump in Turkey license sales during the first week of the season and the quality deer management association is predicting a resurgence in hunting as people consider self reliance and where their food comes from Jim Shannon CBS news for more on the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information it's six thirty six weather is not you got a home to sell so today and Marie she had a condo in Reston that have been listed with an agent for three months no results well she heard people like me raving about Jennifer young here on the radio and she gave her shot Jennifer included the town home in what she calls her coming soon marketing that's all it took home another Jennifer young success stories that town homes sold for five thousand dollars over asking it just days and without.

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