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"Well, A B C's Alex Parrish a appreciate the update. Thank you. Thank you, Katie. Okay, And that's 5 28. FBK as we check your traffic and weather together than mall. It's in business news, but we begin with the roads ending ahead in my safe way. I'm going to lead with this kitty at Sunrise Boulevard South Bend at Fair Oaks Boulevard is a bathtub blocking the number three lane right As far as we can tell, it's unoccupied, but dead just approach with caution. And, of course, our big story this afternoon is 99 north and southbound shutdown between 50 and 47th. And it's going to be through tomorrow. So you do have to make certain adjustments if that is your name. Route right now downtown to the split eastbound camps. It's going to be seven minutes at two Roosevelt still eight minutes there downtown. They all grew up. And that's a long haul. 20 minutes as you make a way to help grow Boulevard with heavy traffic, starting all the way back around. Well, the top town almost downtown fold some eastbound 50 going to be a 21 minute. Ride down data. Woodland 17 minutes north down by five and a nine minute drive to Davis on westbound 80. And Safeway is celebrating their customers and associates come in and enjoy Safeway as a kid's coloring contest, the scavenger hunt and an appreciation stroll. Thank you for your business and trust Safeway proudly serving their community since 1926 And traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic Center. I'm Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Alright, Thanks, Dana and brought to you by life Source. Whole house water systems. Your KFBK forecast. An excessive heat Watch goes into effect noon Thursday through nine p.m. Saturday. Clear skies for tonight. Tonight's low 52 to 56 tomorrow. Plenty of sunshine tomorrow. So I 88 to 92. It'll be hot Wednesday under mostly sunny skies with a high of 100 to 14.
"alex parrish" Discussed on 710 WOR
"If you are not vaccinated, our guidance just not changed for you. You remain at risk of infection. You still need to mask and take other precautions. DiBlasio taking a knee today for nine minutes and 29 seconds to commemorate the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd, who died under the knee of former Minneapolis cop Derrick Show a year ago today. We witnessed the murder. We all witnessed a murder every single one of us. And it gripped us and pained US and outraged US and apparent gunfire today at the Minneapolis intercession where George Floyd died. 38th Street in Chicago in Minneapolis, is the site of memorials to mark the death of George Floyd. But those memorials were interrupted by what's believed to have been gunfire in the area. ABC News journalist Alex Parrish, a was in the middle of a report when the apparent shots could be heard that Derek Shobin knelt on George Boyd snacks, but he and his crew moved to safety. It's not clear if there were any injuries from the gunfire. Our grandma Lard ABC News President Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin next month in Switzerland. The White House confirmed. The meeting will take place on June 16th in Geneva. The White House says a full range of pressing issues will be on the agenda. The news is brought to you by Eminem. Dental 718853 57 77 on Now Here's Adrian Wants and WR Navigator. Good afternoon, Jack. Huge problem in New Jersey Multi vehicle.
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"alex parrish" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"On a Tuesday. I think it's the primary question of our time who should be held accountable with spread of extremism and hoaxes online. Raised the question today as the CEOs of Facebook Twitter. Google testified before Congress to try to get to the bottom of that question. Let's find out what's going on Capitol Hill's We catch up live with ABC correspondent Alex Parrish a following this story for us in D. C. What can you tell us so far, Alex People. So we're talking about algorithmic amplification to practice that's been facing mounting scrutiny from from Democrats on Capitol Hill. Uh, specifically, they've been sounding the alarm about how these platforms algorithms can contribute to the spread of misinformation, hate speech and extremist Scott extremist content. Um, for material for user's. And so I mean, look, this isn't the first time that we've had had this debate. But today's hearing had some different players. We had Monica bigger. Who's from Facebook, also Lauren Culberson from Twitter and then Alexandra Beach from from YouTube. So none of the none of the usual faces that were used used to write. There is no Mark Circle Burger. There was no Jack Dorsey on and and also This is the first time that really kind of seen YouTube, which technically is the meaning of the Google subsidiary. It's the world's second largest social media platform. But it's the first time in a while that we really kind of seen YouTube grilled here. Um, you know for contacts. Zuk has been testified before Congress four times in the past year, Jack Dorsey Has been there three times when we haven't seen a representative from from YouTube on this and so, um, the other thing, it's kind of interesting about this is it seems that these questions about how out algorithms are used. Bipartisan with the interest here is bipartisan, Senator Ben said It was the top Republican on the committee. Eyes said something to the effect of algorithms like any technology that our new have cost and benefits and can be abused. Now again, these companies they're defending their practices, Facebook said. Today that their algorithms they're they're making tools that make their algorithms more transparent, so users can see why certain post appear on the news feed, not to say it's not in their interest financially or reputation, Aly To push people towards extremist content Twitter and said that It's highlighted. It's positive uses for algorithm in machine learning, especially and its ability to recognize harmful content and review it and remove it. But the big picture here is ultimately Will this cost these companies money is hearing comes as Congress is taking a broader look at how to overhaul something called section 2 32 provisions from AH communications law that protects Internet companies from liability for user's content and is already a house proposal that would make social media platforms responsible for the way content is shared An amplified Which algorithm so some big dollar signs of potentially attached to this going forward, But that's what this is all about. Do the three platforms involved with this hearing before the, uh, House committee. Did they agree on what kinds of changes should be made in the algorithms or not? I mean, are they Are they in unison in terms of what they're sharing with members of Capitol Hill today? Well this for them with a chance to kind of highlight their best practices in the fact of the matter is called. They've all kind of approached differently, right? I mean, even even in their defense of what they're doing, you know, Twitter diving in and saying that highlighting its positive uses for algorithms and machine learning to recognize harmful content. Where it well, you know, Facebook. You're saying that you know it has these additional tools toe make its platform algorithm more transparent. So users know s so there's there's clearly a different approach here from uh, from from the different platforms and yes, they do have certain things that are in common, but But I wouldn't say that they're all on the same page. Making things more transparent. You've mentioned a couple of times. What is the desired effect? By doing so, How does that change things? Well, The idea is that there isn't this there isn't this, You know, Wizard behind the curtain, Who is who is popping things and the people speed then and if it meets, Ah, certain Um, uh, kind of, you know, moving Clickety. I call it Clickety Click facing that It just rises to the top, and then it you know, it permeates, you know, social media feed, right? But I mean that that is That was one of the criticisms for for some of this misinformation that was spread. Like how How was it getting getting out there when these are things that have been debunked, so it must be something with the algorithm. So this this this idea of transparency? Uh Kind of peeling back the curtain there and allowing folks to see you know, this is this is what were these of the metrics which were using to do filter things to you. And hopefully that you know if it kind of build some some trust and goodwill with users, but but again. Um, you know, there's there's going to be a lot of scrutiny of this going forward. Has there been any talk in the conversation today about the shutting down of bots? I? You know what? But I know it's you know, too. She would talk about features yesterday bought. They're huge. They're too. Um I do know that certainly whenever it comes to spam like Twitter accounts, That's another. Um, That's another issue where you see tons of bots way have seen Twitter in particular. You know, try to real that in but But was it a particular point of focus today? I didn't hear that. But I would take that as it's not something that Z front of mind. At least for some of the members of this committee. Baby sees Alex for Shay on.
House Democrats unveil full $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill details
"Stimulus checks for most Americans and an extension of $400 Weekly federal unemployment benefits. The Democrats goal to get the bill on the president's desk before those benefits expire on March 14th. Just last week, 861,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims and more than 18 million Americans are collecting benefits from ST And federal government program. ABC is Alex Parrish, a protest in Denver. Ah, Group of workers for the Mental Health Center of Denver. Protest Ng
"alex parrish" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Officials releasing guidelines for getting students back in the classroom color coding schools, according to Corona virus transmission transmission rates in their communities. ABC is Alex Parrish, a for schools and red zones. Hybrid or virtual learning is encouraged, while the blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction masks and social distancing or urge for all zones, So is diagnostic testing. The CDC also saying teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, but it's not required to reopen schools. ST. Louis police have arrested a pair of thieves who stole a van from a convenience store. But the van of funeral van was occupied, had a body in it. The driver of the funeral van had stopped that story briefly on his way to a local crematory. He left the engine running with the body of a woman inside. That's when the thieves made off of the van. This led to a two day chase across Missouri and Illinois. At one point, the funeral home made a public appeal to the suspects to take the van. But leave the body police caught up with suspects in suburban ST Louis. The freezing cold temperatures had cut the body and site preserved The funeral home says it's a mistake. The driver will not lose his job, but police say it is a reminder to motorists never park your car and leave the engine running. Martin ABC News ST Louis will only minor injuries reported after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit off the coast of northeastern Japan Today. Mercedes Benz were calling more than 1.3 million vehicles because of software in their emergency call systems could send responders to the wrong location after a crash. This is ABC News. Good afternoon. Here's a look at traffic around Chicago. The interstates Kennedy inbound slow from Irving Park to the burn half hour from O'Hare downtown 20 minutes from Montrose. Outbound is clear. In the express lanes. Slight blip from Lawrence to Cumberland, 27 to O'Hare. Eisenhower is heavy inbound from Ashland of the burn and outbound after North Avenue, a crash blocks too, right lanes. 33 in from 3 90 downtown 35 the other way. Dan Ryan is 17 in from 95th Downtown 18 hours found Bishop Ford delays in down at 1/11 studio in earlier crash out founded 80 94 car in the ditch on the right side of the exit ramp. To respond. 80 94 from the WLS am a 90 traffic center. I'm don clipping with the next update in 30 minutes. Introducing touch free payments from PayPal a safe way for your customers to pay simply download the papal app and display your own unique You are code for your customers to scan Whether you're a market seller, poodle, pamper piano tuner or plumber. Signing up to accept touch free payments for your business is easy Touch freak. You are code payments shop safe with PayPal..
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CDC outlines plan for students to resume in-person learning as coronavirus cases stabilize
"For getting students back in the classroom color coding schools, according to Corona virus transmission rates in their communities, We get more from a B C's Alex Parrish, a for schools and red zones, hybrid, or virtual learning is encouraged while the blue and yellow zones allow for full in person instruction. Masks and social distancing or urged for all zones. So is diagnostic testing. The CDC also saying teachers should be vaccinated as soon as possible, but it's not required to reopen schools. The Biden administration plans to
"alex parrish" Discussed on KOMO
"Now not just deep snow, and not just the challenge on the roads right now. Power outages were adding to that list Very windy and North Bend and even club where we have some power outages, and it is not ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Unexpected turn and the impeachment trial of former President Trump by a vote of 55 to 45 the Senate voting to allow witnesses five Republicans joining Democrats the House impeachment managers suggesting zoom depositions high on the impeachment managers. Witness list says ABC Is Chuck Secrets and Congresswoman Jamie Herrera Butler, Washington Republican on Twitter, confirming the reports saying House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy told her about him phoning President Trump January 6th urging him to publicly tell his supporters to leave the capital. McCarthy's The president told him Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are. Congresswoman, whoever butler tweets to the Patriots, who are standing next to President Trump. If you have something to add here now would be the time A. B C's Kate Shaw reports. Questions that were not addressed by the former president's defense team left the door open to calling witnesses. There was that really important question from Senators Collins and Bukowski. About sort of what the president knew and what he did during the siege itself, and the president's lawyers really didn't answer that question. In some ways, the House managers seemed to have picked up that and saying that's true. There is a lot we don't know about this critical question of what the president knew and what he did during the hours of the siege on baby, they have decided that it's more important to try to run that to ground. And to bring this to a speedy resolution. Senate leaders who currently drafting a resolution that's expected to deal with the question of witnesses, the CDC now releasing guidelines for reopening schools with color codes from blue to red, according to Corona virus transmission rates in the area Teachers encouraged but not required to be vaccinated. Along with this guidance is a new handbook from Department of Education. But CDC director Rochelle Walensky says But these are suggestions and won't be used to shut down schools who don't follow the guidelines. ABC is Alex Parrish. A as vaccinations increase across the country, the number of cases is falling. From the U. S peak one month ago. The weekly average for cases has dropped 60% You're listening to ABC News. Have you heard? Ah, Secret hoard of.
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"alex parrish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Top stories today. Super Bowl 55 6 30 tonight Down in Tampa. Buccaneers and the Chiefs. Covert pandemic has reduced the live attendants to about 22,000. So it takes a lot of faith to buy tickets during the regular football season. In case your team makes it all the way to the Super Bowl. That's what Chiefs fan Joey Lowry did. He bought his tickets in November for a lot less than what some tickets have been going for. On tickets selling sites like StubHub Ticketmaster, the cheese would have gone I mean, Super experience in Tampa. I probably would have done it, but seeing how much the tickets also bumped up to, uh, I don't. I don't know. It's that's a 50 50 there kick off tonight at 6 30. The Chiefs will be without linebacker coach Britt Reid. At the stadium in Tampa. He was involved in a traffic accident Thursday night that injured two young Children, one of them critically, and his A. B. C's, will read reports. This is not his first encounter with law. Reed has had legal problems in the past. In 2007, he pleaded guilty to flashing a gun and a motorist and was sentenced to 8 to 23 months in prison. In 2000 and eight he pleaded guilty to D U I and drug charges after crashing into a shopping cart in a parking lot. Britt Reid is the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Isn't polling showing most Americans largely support President Biden's $1.9 Trillion covert relief plan, but is a B C's Alex Parrish a tells US GOP lawmakers not happy with the president's legislative tactics. But Republicans in the Senate are frustrated. The president and Democrats are pushing it through along party lines. The fact is, Democrats don't need any GOP votes, but President Biden says he's open to compromise on some things like which Americans get a stimulus check based On income, but he's not budging on the amount of those checks $1400 and those checks expected to be made available sometime next month if that package is approved. More violence this weekend at a jail in ST Louis inmates took over part of the fourth floor in the Justice Center for hours yesterday morning, smashing windows setting fires. Scrawling messages directed it. Onlookers below There's ABC. Selwyn Lopez. This is it. Silas.
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Biden struggles to get Republican support for his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan
"Some Senate Republicans are against the price tag of President Biden's covert relief plan. But Mr Biden has said the package has bipartisan support among Americans. ABC is Alex Parrish, a president Biden making the pitch for his covert relief plan directly to American people in need of assistance. Speaking to a woman who lost her job named Michelle in a video released by the White House. Recent polling indicates Biden's $1.9 trillion package already has the support of most Americans, including 37% of Republicans. Health
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"alex parrish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Trillion coronavirus relief bill that includes $1400 direct payments from many Americans. ABC is Alex Parrish, a has more from Washington. The House now pushing forward with Biden's plan. After Senate approval, and the way the Bills frames, they don't need any GOP votes, but the president, making it clear The payment amount is not negotiable. They're going to be $1400 period. Friday's dismal jobs report on Lee, adding to the urgency nearly 18 million Americans are now claiming some form of unemployment and more than 50 million people, including one and four Children are going hungry. The House approved a budget resolution yesterday, mostly along party lines, allowing whatever bill Congress produces to be passed by majority vote without the threat of a filibuster. The body of an elderly missing Lowell man is found in a brook not far from where he went missing, officials say. The body of 75 year old Saruman account was found yesterday afternoon near the intersection off Lawrence Street at Whipple Street. He was reported missing from South Street around 10:30 P.m. Thursday, which then prompted a silver alert and a response from state and local police departments fell. Play is not suspected at this time. Officials are still investigating. Connecticut State police are investigating a shooting involving a Stratford police officer that left a suspect hospitalized. The shooting happened just after 7:30 P.m. Friday when police tried to serve a felony warrant for domestic charges in Stratford. They saw the suspect get into a vehicle.
"alex parrish" Discussed on WTVN
"D to Astro on my Heart radio station from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark Coronavirus Case numbers are about half of what they were last month at their peak and hospitalizations nationwide have followed by 30% over the last three weeks. There's also confidence from Dr Dan Broke, who helped design Johnson and Johnson's vaccine candidate that it will be authorized for emergency use and effective We can be very confident that this vaccine even as a single shot vaccine provides very strong protection against severe covert disease, and there were no hospitalizations or deaths in the vaccine group after day, 28 The continued economic harm caused by the pandemic is leading President Biden getting to continue his calls for his $1.9 trillion stimulus package. These aren't Democrats Republicans, They're Americans. And their suffering. They're suffering, not because of anything they did through no fault of their own their suffering. He also had criticisms of the man he beat last November in the race for the White House is a B C's Alex Parrish a in an interview with CBS. Biden, saying he doesn't think his predecessor should receive intelligence briefings because of quote, erratic behavior. What value is giving him an intelligent appreciate? What impact does he have it all other than the fact he might slip and say something this as the clock is ticking on Capitol Hill as Congress works to help millions Of Americans amid a faltering economy and devastating pandemic, and a month ago today was the ride at the U. S. Capitol and head of the Senate impeachment trial of former president Trump impeachment managers say they want to take a closer look at the actions of everybody involved that day. A newly surfaced video shows Trump Advisor Roger Stone in Washington, D. C On the morning of January, 6th. Standing by members of the Oath Keepers militia group just hours before the deadly riots, Stones repeatedly said he had nothing to do with the actions that day. House investigators You use that and testimony from the president's White House advisers on why he waited so long to order troops to the capital as ABC is handy field, you're listening to ABC News. Two.
"alex parrish" Discussed on KOMO
"Is KOMO Seattle, KOMO FM Oakville. We've had a shooting in Tacoma. Looks like four people have shot. This is one of many stories will have for you just ahead as we first bring you an update from ABC. It is six o'clock from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark Coronavirus Case numbers are about half of what they were last month at their peak and hospitalizations nationwide have followed by 30% over the last three weeks. There's also confidence from Dr Dan broke, who helped design Johnson and Johnson's vaccine candidate that it will be authorized for emergency use and effective We can be very confident that this vaccine even as a single shot vaccine. Provides very strong protection against severe Kovar disease, and there were no hospitalizations or deaths in the vaccine group after day 28. But the continued economic harm caused by the pandemic is leading President Biden getting to continue his calls for his $1.9 trillion stimulus package. These aren't Democrats or Republicans, they're Americans. And their suffering. They're suffering, not because of anything they did through no fault of their own their suffering. He also had criticisms of the man he beat last November in the race for the White House is a B C's Alex Parrish a in an interview with CBS. Biden, saying he doesn't think his predecessor should receive intelligence briefings because of quote, erratic behavior. What value is giving him an intelligent appreciate? What impact does he have it all other than the fact he might slip and say something this as the clock is ticking on Capitol Hill as Congress works to help millions Of Americans amid a faltering economy and devastating pandemic, and a month ago today was the ride at the U. S. Capitol and head of the Senate impeachment trial of former president Trump impeachment managers say they want to take a closer look at the actions of everybody involved that day. A newly surfaced video shows Trump Advisor Roger Stone in Washington, D. C On the morning of January, 6th. Standing by members of the Oath Keepers militia group just hours before the deadly riots, Stones repeatedly said he had nothing to do with the actions that day. House investigators You use that and testimony from the president's White House advisers on why he waited so long to order troops to the capital as ABC is handy field, you're listening to ABC News. Did you get out of airplane? If you knew it had a 50% chance of crashing, You may be riding that plane right now, If you have your money in a 41 k or irony, and you plan to take out the recommended percentage each year when you retire, your chance of running out of money is 50% 50%. But there's a better and safer way to secure your income in retirement..
"alex parrish" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News. 93.1 kfbk from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't do What do you do when you suspect a family member of becoming radicalized for 18 year old Jackson, ref it? It was a simple decision. His father guy W ref, it is among the accused US capital insurrectionists. His son says Dad returned home to Texas and admitted to being among that group and threatened to shoot him if he told Jackson. It already told police after watching his father change in recent months over the course of two years, it can twist the whole family to being completely against each other and I feel like I should have to have the voice to tell people that it's okay to come forward if it's speaking to Good Morning America, former President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate set for February, 8th Trump survived the first trial and may very well prevail in this one. You have some Republicans here on the fence, and then you have Republicans that are rallying behind the president, but bottom line here You have not heard from a single Republican senator who has come forward to say they plan to vote to convict the president. ABC is Rachel Scott, an important step forward is control of the Senate shifts from Republican Democratic Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is allowing a Senate power sharing deal to advance organizing the evenly split Senate with Democrats in control. It comes after McConnell was reassured that the filibuster a stalling tactic for the minority that requires 60 votes to overcome will remain intact. ABC is Alex Parrish, a in Washington at least 20 people injured after a suspected tornado hit Fulton Dale, Alabama Birmingham suburb. Ray Hendricks was staying at a hotel when it hit. I got out of bed to look out the window, and once I looked out the window, the window was shaking and the wind was blowing and.
"alex parrish" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"MJ Milwaukee from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Who? What do you do when you suspect a family member of becoming radicalized for 18 year old Jackson? Ref it? It was a simple decision. His father guy W. F. It is among the accused US capital insurrectionists. His son says Dad returned home to Texas and admitted to being among that group and threatened to shoot him if he told Objection. It already told police after watching his father change in recent months over the course of two years, it can twist the whole family to being completely against each other and I feel like I should have to have the voice to tell people that it's okay to come forward Reference. Speaking to Good Morning America, former President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate set for February, 8th Trump survived the first trial and may very well prevail in this one. You have some Republicans here on the bed and then you have Republicans that are rallying behind the president, but bottom line here You have not heard from a single Republican senator who has come forward to say they plan to vote to convict the president. ABC is Rachel Scott, an important step forward is control of the Senate shifts from Republican Democratic Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is allowing a Senate power sharing deal to advance organizing the evenly split Senate with Democrats in control. It comes after McConnell was reassured that the filibuster a stalling tactic for the minority that requires 60 votes to overcome will remain intact. ABC is Alex Parrish, a in Washington at least 20 people injured after a suspected tornado hit Fulton Dale, Alabama Birmingham suburb. Ray Hendricks was staying at a hotel when it hit. I got out of bed to look out the window, and once I looked out the window, the window was shaking and the wind was blowing and I could see the garbage cans at the gas station next door. Blowing all over the place. No fewer than 20. People hurt Fulton, Dale's mayor says they're still extricating people from collapsed buildings. You're listening to ABC News, Everything to 77. CvN WTMJ milk from the ethics Wealth Management studios. CIA's use radio WTMJ.
"alex parrish" Discussed on WTVN
"Grand, maybe more deadly as well as more contagious that variance spreading here in the U. S. Government officials tell ABC News that help is on the way they're receiving about 10 million doses a week between Fizer and Madonna. And that's not including the potential approval of that single dose vaccine from Johnson and Johnson sees Adrian Banker the Biden administration working to speed up vaccinations. White House decorated deputy press secretary Corrine Jon Pierre. No other country in the world has ever has ever done this. Try to do 100 million vaccines in 100 days, so this is unprecedented within itself and to address the economic devastation of the coronavirus. President Biden has signed executive orders. So far, President Biden has signed to actions including Ah Food Assistance program to help feed hard hit families and in order requiring federal contractors pay their workers. A new man. Wage of $15 an hour with the stroke of a pen. Biden also undoing several Trump era initiatives like halting the controversial Keystone Pipeline and after championing unity during his inaugural address Republicans seizing those trump rollbacks as partisan politics. He sees Andrew timbered with his second impeachment trial set for early next month of bombshell report out today, accusing former President Trump of discussing plans with the Justice Department official to overturn the election results while he was still in office. BBC's Alex Parrish A has been in a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources. Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to execute a plan to pressure George officials to flip the state's presidential election results. Television and radio host Larry King has passed away at 87 Cause of death unknown his production company posting on Twitter. King always believed his interview subjects as the true stars of his programs. You're listening to ABC News. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has ordered another $390.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"alex parrish" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"News radio 700 wlw. Mostly cloudy skies Today there's a little bit of rain out there right now, a chance for a wintry mix into the evening. Today we'll see a high of 40 to expect some isolated snow showers overnight. Tonight You're low down to 29 spotty snow chance tomorrow with very little accumulation of high of 35 34 degrees Right now News is a service of carrie automotive dot com and Mike Castro See Chevrolet. Days before his inauguration, President elect Joe Biden has laid out the groundwork for his A cove it a rescue package proposal, which does includes higher direct payments to American President elect Biden is unveiling his plan to Fight Cove in 19 before a joint session of Congress. Will lay out my bill back better recovery plan. The nearly $2 trillion proposal calls for new $1400 stimulus payments to most Americans, plus $130 billion to reopen schools, the emptiness felt by the loss of life. Compound. It The loss of our way of life. The nation's death toll is now approaching 400,000 Last week's toll was 25% higher than at any other time during the pandemic that is a B C's Alex Parrish A. The FBI is warning all of 50 states a possible violence ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration. Columbus Repaired to protect the Capitol Building, and Governor Mike DeWine is recommending against any protest Ng this weekend. I can't tell any Ohio and not to exercise their First Amendment rights. You have a right to go and exercise their First Amendment rights. I would just say, though, that in a time when we have already seen violent people. We'll call them anarchist with you wanna call him? Uh, Domestic terrorists. Who infiltrated The crowd and in Washington. And who are out there and we know they're out there. Uh, Don't. I think I might find a different time to protest. I would just be a recommendation. Ohio National Guard troops will be on duty both in Columbus and in Washington, D C. This weekend. Major airlines air banding it checked firearms on flights to Washington ahead of the inauguration. Southwest Delta, United and American are among the airlines not allowing travelers to check their firearms on flights to D. C. Delta's CEO told CS CN BC excuse me that they are on high alert after last week and that the airline will add other security measures at airports and on planes in the coming days. American Airlines says it will also ban alcohol on flights to and from Washington, DC airports until after the inauguration. Joe Biden will be sworn in this coming Wednesday. What? Dealing with some wet roads out there right now. The forecast is coming up next. 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. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via.
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Covid vaccine distribution has been slower than U.S. officials thought it would be
"On it comes to shots administered the reality trails. The expectation right now by the Million's state officials are now threatening more action against hospitals that they say aren't doing enough to keep up so frustrating. So fresh ink in Florida seniors camped out overnight. Hoping to get their shot, But thousands were turned away. The governor now demanding hospitals speed things up in New York. The governor is threatening hospitals with $100,000 fine if you don't Used the allocation by the end of this week. You could be fined. And you won't receive further allocations. And that report from ABC is Alex Parrish, a mean time in Wisconsin a day in
"alex parrish" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning. I'm calling to Castro. Some messy weather coming our way, mainly north and west of the city. Stay tuned for your weather channel forecasts are Jeff Mar will have that coming up. Showdown is brewing on Capitol Hill as a joint session of Congress is scheduled to meet Wednesday to certify Joe Biden's election victory. ABC is Alex Parrish, A is in Washington. Some of the president's closest allies are staging their final stand 11 more senators and senators elect plan to object next week to affirming Joe Biden won the 2020 election. Senators Ted Cruz and Ron Johnson, among those signing on claiming in a joint statement, allegations of voter fraud and irregularities that they say haven't been seen in our lifetimes demanding Congress appoint an electoral commission to audit the election returns in disputed states were Biden won. Their unfounded claims have been repeatedly rejected by the courts, and numerous recounts have deemed by then the winner. Joe Biden will be sworn in as our 46th president on January 20th. New Congress will be sworn in today and the Washington Post says the House will meet at noon to swear in new members of the 117th Congress. California Democrat Nancy Pelosi is seeking re election as speaker of the House, where Democrats will hold a narrow majority in the Republican led Senate vice President Mike Pence will administer the oath of office. Police are investigating an apparent hit and run after finding a man on the service road in the Bronx. Camps discovered the victim Saturday night just after 10 30 in the East 140th Street and Bruckner Boulevard. The victim was found with head and body trauma lying unconscious on the westbound lane of the Bruckner Expressway. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Preliminary investigation determined the man's injuries were consistent with having been struck by a vehicle. Which was not at the scene, and one person is under arrest. After a shooting in a Virginia WalMart leaves three people seriously injured store security in Sterling Virginia, called the sheriff's office because of the suspected shoplifter who opened fire when two deputies arrived. One of the injured is allowed in county sheriff's deputy along with two Wal Mart security staffers. The suspect was shot by the second deputy and was eventually arrested after a chase. The three people who suffered serious injuries are expected to recover in sports final day of the NFL's regular season. The Jets visit the Patriots Giants home for the Cowboys. Big Blue needs to win and get some help in order to make the playoffs..
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"See news. I'm Brian Clark with less than three weeks to go and President Trump's term in office. His fracture with Senate Republicans grew on Friday, says ABC is handy field. He's been the veto proof president Till now House and Senate Republicans defying President Trump and overriding his defense spending veto, Mr Trump wouldn't sign the bill until Congress eliminated liability protection for social media, including Twitter and Facebook. Defenseman and creates too many jobs in every congressional district to delay so both parties rejected the president's veto. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington It's not clear which party will control the Senate. When Joe Biden takes the oath of office that will be determined in a pair of runoff elections in Georgia on Tuesday, says ABC is Alex Parrish. A. We're just three days away from those Georgia run off elections and already more than three million Georgians. Have cast ballots, which is a state record for runoff elections there. Democrats need to win both races to take control of the Senate. The incumbent Republican David Perdue, is not on the campaign trail heading into his election against John Assad. He's in quarantine after being exposed to someone with the coronavirus. Virus raging across the country. The U. S is now seen 20 million confirmed cases. ABC is Alex Stones and hard hit California another record after two days of around 430 deaths every day in California in the past 24 hours, a number of dead jumping to 585 reported deaths in the state since Thursday, along with 47,000 New Cove in 19 cases. One tiny glimmer of hope for the first time since October, California's total hospitalization number his decreased by 10.1% or 31 patients. It's the first time since Halloween that Ako Vin number in California has gone down. Murders in Los Angeles were up by 20% in 2020. Chicago. Police say Overall crime was down there, but murders and shootings in that city. We're up by over 50% You're listening to ABC News..
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"Taking over everything. And I think after a while, she was even doing her books. Her bank accounts. Everything you ever get a bad feeling from her? Yes. Because I knew she didn't like me. She didn't like me being around Selena. I saw your London running after her, You know, but I didn't thought it was Selena until she was in the floor. Yolanda. She just like like it, Lord, like if nothing had happened, she turned around, She went back into the room. And she was not all standing in the room to swing in the gun Sitting there. We heard across the radios from ABC News. I'm dark Dennis a big day on Capitol Hill next week, as many Republicans plan to oppose the electoral College vote cementing Joe Biden is president elect Republican Louis Go word following court papers in the case he's filed against Vice President Mike Pence, claiming that he'll join 140 House members voting to deny Joe Biden's electoral College win. Congressman Gohmert suing vice President Pence saying Pence has the power to throw out Biden electors on his own constitutional scholars say that's not true. The bottom line January 6 could be a very long day in God. Baby sees Andy Field off first for the Trump president. Senate Republicans issuing a remarkable rebuke of President Trump overriding his veto for the first time. The bill on reconsideration is passed Congress overwhelmingly passing the National Defense Authorization Act. Which includes a 3% pay raise for troops and renaming military bases honoring Confederate generals. One of the points the president oppose. ABC is Alex Parrish. A deaths in California continue to rise rapidly from covert 19 on this New Year's Day, California breaking yet another record in the past 24 hours. 585 more people reported dead in California from Cove in 19. The past two days have been around 430 every day. California's number is a rising rapidly. Also today over 47,000 newly recorded Cove in 19 cases in the state. It comes as I see you availability and Southern and Central California is sitting at 0% in the Bay Area at just 6.3%. Alex Stone. ABC News Los Angeles Reason starts rolling on a new Corona virus vaccine Monday in the Oxford Extra Zeneca Vaccine authorized in the country on Wednesday marks the third bank scene in the world developed to fight the pandemic. The difference. They could be shipped and stored in normal refrigerators, rather than in the ultra Cold freezers, U. S and European Union. If said they're unlikely to authorize the new vaccine until February, you're listening to ABC News. Do. Good afternoon. Would you like to try.
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"News. I'm New York Dennis a Big day on Capitol Hill next week, as many Republicans plan to oppose the electoral College vote Submitting Joe Biden is president elect Republican Louis go word following court papers in the case he's filed against Vice President Mike Pence, claiming that he'll join the hunt. 40 House members voting to deny Joe Biden's electoral College win. Congressman Gohmert suing vice President Pence saying Pence has the power to throw out Biden electors on his own constitutional scholars say that's not true. The bottom line January 6 could be a very long day in God. Baby sees Andy Field a first for the Trump president. Senate Republicans issuing a remarkable rebuke of President Trump overriding his veto for the first time. The bill on reconsideration is passed. Congress overwhelmingly I think the National Defense Authorization Act, which includes a 3% pay raise for troops and renaming military bases honoring Confederate generals. One of the points the president oppose. ABC is Alex Parrish, a deaths and California continue to rise rapidly from covert 19 on this New Year's Day, California breaking yet another record in the past 24 hours. 585 more people reported dead in California from Cove in 19. The past two days have been around 430 every day. California's numbers are rising rapidly. Also today over 47,000 newly recorded Cove in 19 cases in the state, it comes his ICU availability and Southern and Central California is sitting at 0% in the Bay Area at just 6.3%. Alex Stone. ABC News Los Angeles Reason starts rolling out a new Corona virus vaccine Monday. The Oxford Extra Zeneca Vaccine authorized in the country on Wednesday marks the third vaccine in the world. Developed to fight the pandemic, the difference that could be shipped and stored in normal refrigerators rather than in the ultra cold freezers. U. S and European unit said they're unlikely to authorize the new vaccine until February. You're listening to ABC News, Okay,.
Senate set to begin confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett
"Confirmation hearings are set to begin tomorrow for Amy Cockney Barrett Prison and Trump Supreme Court nominee Democrats expected to hammer away at her conservative philosophy Monday, will serve as an introduction, but expect fireworks on Tuesday when senators have their first real chance to question Judge Barret. Now this will be hotly contested. Democrats don't have the outright numbers to block her confirmation. But expect questions from them on her stance is for Robie Wade and also the Affordable Care Act. ABC is Alex Parrish Day.