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"alison keyes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Alison Keyes in Washington it was a violent night in many cities around the nation police in Minneapolis are investigating an overnight shooting that left one person dead and eleven others injured police chief Madera Dando says this has been going on for a while we have seen unfortunately over the past several months an uptick in violent crime in Minneapolis and we're certainly doing our best to address that he says so far no suspects in custody but make no doubt the gun violence has to stop and that we will bear all resources we can to hold those responsible investigators find no link to the killing of George Lloyd in Minneapolis police custody in a city that has been considering an overhaul of the department in Syracuse New York a seventeen year old is in critical condition after nine people were shot at a large party involving several hundred people and in New York City nineteen people have been shot over this weekend turning now to call that nineteen and fallout from president trump's remarket as rally yesterday over slowing down testing for the corona virus earlier the White House suggested he was joking acting homeland security secretary Chad wolf told CBS's face the nation I think that what you see what you heard from the president was frustration frustration in the sense of that we are testing I believe we've tested over twenty five million Americans we've tested more than any other country in this world instead the process and others all they want to focus on is an increasing case count some twenty states including Florida and Arizona have seen a spike in cases of the virus that has killed nearly one hundred twenty thousand people in the US some democratic lawmakers want Attorney General William Barr impeached over the firing of a New York prosecutor who was investigating president trump's personal attorney democratic Virginia senator mark Warner told CBS's face the nation he thinks the president is protecting himself this is one more example of why I think bill Barr has repeatedly demonstrated that he's more interested in being Donald trump's personal lawyer than he is in being the attorney for the United States of America and Britain police are investigating a stabbing attack that left three dead taking a tackle walked up to a group of people sitting in a park in reading England and methodically stabbed three of them to death after an armed raid on a nearby apartment police identified him as a twenty five year old Libyan below the motivation for this horrific.

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The Covid-19 coronavirus cases spike in Texas, Arizona, and other states, explained

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

The Covid-19 coronavirus cases spike in Texas, Arizona, and other states, explained

"We're starting to see a spike in corona virus cases again as states including Texas Arizona and South Carolina see a spike in corona virus cases others are putting re openings on hold Utah and Oregon are pausing lifting more social distancing rules they were among states balancing health risk from cold at nineteen against economic damage from harsh waters that have left millions unemployed for months an Associated Press analysis finds the cases are rising in nearly half of states and experts are blaming the gradual re opening of businesses over the past few weeks Alison Keyes CBS

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"alison keyes" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on WWL

"And Alison Keyes and Washington protester going on now in Miami South Carolina and Washington DC over police brutality and racism this man is in Pittsburgh racism begins with our parents their parents before them examine to see if racism lives in us and it lives in me racism will not stop this after not only the killing of George Floyd in police custody and that investigation in Los Angeles county over the death of a black man found hanging from a tree another African American man was fatally shot this weekend by a white police officer in Atlanta democratic New Jersey senator Cory Booker Booker told CBS's face the nation I was a matter of of new Jersey's largest city with the police department if one of my officers shot someone in the back while they were fleeing with a non deadly weapon that is unjust use of force and unacceptable to community standards CBS news security analyst Paul viola says some things could be done differently this goes back to the police recruitment police training psychological review and going back to the basics of understanding that the most powerful weapon a police officer has this amounts in New York governor Andrew Cuomo offering positive news about cold at nineteen New York state where we had the worst numbers on the transmission of the virus worst numbers on the number of cases now has the best number in terms of reducing the rate of transmission that is a startling turn around but more than twenty states are seeing a spike in corona virus cases including South Carolina Republican senator Tim Scott told CBS's face the nation people of color need help short term we have to provide the resources to deal with it we're doing a short term we've got to have a long term view of how to reduce the incidence of those underlying conditions that the covert nineteen and other health conditions seem to fade on White House adviser Larry Kudlow says the president is trying to get people back to work telling CNN we are not to remove unemployment benefits that will still continue and there will be some returned to work benefits it won't be quite as substantial this is a turning point in the economy president trump is celebrating his seventy fourth the day and to supporters in Palm Beach county Florida are holding caravans of trucks motorcycles and boats the organizers are part of the president's re election effort there there was also an anti trump caravan protesting racism and calling for police reform this is CBS news these are challenging times and rocket mortgage is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact thirteen twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com rocket mortgage is with you the IRS finally caught up with Louis I haven't paid my taxes in eight years R. O. D. R. as a lot of money Louis was in deep trouble we're gonna take your house put.

Alison Keyes Washington Miami
Protesters gather for massive day of rallies in Washington, D.C.

WBBM Programming

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Protesters gather for massive day of rallies in Washington, D.C.

"A massive protest it under way in the nation's capital hundreds of thousands are expected by the end of the day correspondent Alison Keyes is in Washington it is very hot in DC but there's a celebratory atmosphere at the base of the White House a very diverse crowd is there including parents pushing a stroller and a man with a barbecue is filling the two blocks of sixteenth street that have the words black lives matter written in yellow with the traffic

Alison Keyes Washington White House
"alison keyes" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I am Alison Keyes in Washington protest to the police killing of George Floyd a black man who died after a white officer pension with the need was neck turned violent in cities including Minneapolis overnight Minnesota governor Tim Wallace is stepping up defense I'm authorizing to fully mobilize the Minnesota National Guard CBS's Michael George is there many in the neighborhoods watch the arson attacks with dismay thanks to the thinking of the not going to get the results that the that this weekend Minnesota governor Tim walls pleaded for them to go home the wanton destruction and specifically of ethnic businesses that took generations to build are being torn down the demonstrations only intensified after Minneapolis police officer Derek shop and was charged yesterday with third degree murder and manslaughter all four officers who are part of the arrest have been fired CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick says the Pentagon is ordering military police units to prepare CBS news has learned the Pentagon's ordered the army to put police units on alert some are on a return to base within thirty minutes notice that's the last alert stage before they receive in order to head to Minneapolis or elsewhere and this involves military units and a handful of states so far turning now to an historic space launch set for today from U. S. soil for the first time since the space shuttle program ended in twenty eleven I'm Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center the weather is still if the Air Force meteorologists predicting a fifty percent chance of acceptable weather at launch time astronauts dug earlier Bob Beckett had breakfast they were about to shoot up and in just under an hour they will head out to the launch pad there are several go no go points where NASA and SpaceX could scrub Wednesday they called it off just under seventeen minutes before launch more fallout from gold at nineteen your U. S. passport won't help you in Greece Greece will start accepting foreign tourists from twenty nine countries in another two weeks but the US is not on that list only foreign nationals from countries is that have successfully contained covert nineteen will be admitted Danes and Norwegians can start visiting each other again next month but Swedes are being left out of that arrangement for similar reasons and in Italy the leaning tower of Pisa has reopened to tourists again three months after closing due to coronavirus Vicki Barker CBS news London the Supreme Court is refusing to block restrictions in California limiting attendance at church services at the cove at nineteen pandemic continues Chief Justice John Roberts joined the poor liberals on the divided court in allowing rules imposing a twenty five percent occupancy cap this CBS news hard hitting investigations in depth interviews and profiles of people in the news sixty minutes is America's number one news program Sundays on CBS I've always wanted to learn another language so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on babble and soon you're putting words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes.

Alison Keyes Washington
"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Alison Keyes in Washington sun and surf for many flocking to beaches this Memorial Day weekend WJZ TV reporter Mike Helgren is in Maryland you know lifeguards were in the stands the sun was out and if you were lucky enough you could catch away real easy but the corona virus pandemic was still on the line we just wanted to get away have the kids have some fun it did not stop families from across the east coast from coming to Maryland's busiest beach resort wonderful it was wonderful the service the boardwalk was packed groups of ten or more are still prohibited by law masks are recommended but not required the number of daily culvert nineteen deaths doubled this weekend at Ohio state that began re opening earlier this month the number of deaths from the virus has been averaging forty five but yesterday Ohio reported eighty four deaths The New York Times devoted its front page to the nearly one hundred thousand who died from cold at nineteen S. is a master class in journalism Liz Robbins teaches journalism to high school college and graduate students and was a longtime reporter for The New York Times everyone knows someone on here if not by name him by who they are robin says the front page piece answers many of the questions she wants her students to ask so what why does it matter less is more if you want to give a voice to the voiceless you want to comfort the afflicted and you wanna flip the comfortable and I think that's what this front page does but Michigan CBS news in Latin America Colbert nineteen cases are spiking and White House national security adviser Robert o'brien tells CBS's face the nation there may soon be a temporary ban on travel to that area that we're concerned about the the people the southern hemisphere and certainly the people of Brazil they're having a rough go of it I think they will have a two twelve after decision today with respect Brazil and just like we did with the UK and and Europe and China and we hope that'll be temporary it seems that prince William had a tough time becoming a father prince William has revealed that becoming a father six years ago brought back traumatic memories of his mother princess Diana's death when he was fifteen the Duke of Cambridge telling a documentary on mental health airing later this week that he found things overwhelming at times but was grateful for his family's support William and wife Kate and their three children have been self isolating at their country's state Vicki Barker CBS news London want to field while in a more positive way it is international tiara day celebrated annually on the birthday of UK's Queen Victoria so put one on this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today.

Alison Keyes Washington
"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Quicken loans and Alison Keyes in Washington people around the nation are smiling as businesses around the country we open amid the easing of coronavirus lockdowns in some places this man went to get a bite in California we're social beings and we won't be around people and get there but this woman went to a store and cafe in school here in New York and has some concerns you can't really get close to people you have to pay attention to where everybody is where you are what you're doing what you're touching great news for fans of the home of the Kentucky Derby and better late than never there is a gate at Churchill Downs and they're off the horses and jockeys were obviously at Churchill Downs and the announcer heard on Fox Sports and the hundreds of people who work at the race track but fans not a one part of the precautions taken to combat the spread of the corona virus ordinarily we B. two weeks passed the Kentucky Derby already but this year because of the coronavirus the derby is postponed until Saturday September fifth but Michigan CBS news football is creeping back of state local governments will allow it the NFL says teams can start re opening their practice facilities on Tuesday but they must be in compliance with any additional public health requirements in their jurisdictions and it felt disabilities have been closed since late March due to culvert nineteen presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden spoke at Delaware state university's virtual graduation and a message pre taped from his home passion skill all you have to offer to rebuild and transform the structure in Britain scientists are hoping to use the talented knows of our furry friends to detect cold at nineteen in humans before they show symptoms lead researcher James Logan says six dogs are already in training for the project in this study we aimed to determine whether people who have called the nineteen have a distinctive body order and then train dogs to detect it now to Capitol Hill where two committees of lawmakers have launched a probe into president trump's firing of state department watchdog Steve lytic senior Democrats have attacked Mr trump for what they call a troubling decision a fair well now for comic actor Fred Willard who died yesterday Hey what happened as you know back in nineteen seventy I started a series called what happened and every time something go wrong I would look at the camera say that's will it is the manager of the new mainstreet singers and a mighty wind he was also known for his roles in best in show and everybody loves Raymond Fred Willard with eighty six years old and died of natural causes this is CBS news these are challenging times and rocket mortgage is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact their team twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com rocket mortgages with you from downtown Minneapolis studios of news talk eight three WCCO this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news I'm Laura the Minnesota Republican Party has had to cancel its online convention today due to technical problems with their voting system in a statement party chair Jennifer Carnahan says they'll be working with their voting vendor and law enforcement to investigate and determine the source of the disruption the clock is ticking on the Minnesota legislative session set to adjourn at midnight tomorrow night with the big bonding bill that would fund a backlog of infrastructure projects still not a done deal the Minnesota house failed to pass its version today after Republicans led by representative Curt doubt said they want governor walls to end of the call the nineteen state of emergency first DFL house speaker Melissa Hortman for posted.

Alison Keyes Washington
"alison keyes" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"I'm Alison Keyes in Washington the illness is taking the lives of three young New York governor Andrew Cuomo says kids in New York are dying from a rare inflammatory illness linked to covert nineteen toddler elementary school children are presenting symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease or toxic shock like syndrome he also says the number of new daily cases of the corona virus is dropping researchers in Hong Kong say a three drug cocktail can help fight covert nineteen researchers study people with mild cases of the virus and found a combination of drugs normally used for HIV M. S. and hepatitis we're better than the HIV drug alone symptoms were cut in half from eight days to four days and hospitalization was cut from twelve days to seven days CBS is Dr David Akers says he expects more study showing the benefit of drugs against covert nineteen my god is that earlier you treat the better in Hong Kong he says virus patients are treated sooner and more aggressively than in the U. S. Pam Coulter CBS news high ranking people at the White House are testing positive for the deadly illness the personalization of Ivanka trump is among the latest to test positive for corona virus this after the vice president's press secretary Katie Miller was diagnosed she thanked well wishers Friday night tweeting I'm doing well and look forward to getting back to work for the American people CBS is the co Killian even as many states are re opening on a limited basis there are still protest overstates continuing covert nineteen lockdowns this man is in Wichita Kansas and over.

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New campus sex assault rules bolster rights of the accused

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

New campus sex assault rules bolster rights of the accused

"Reshaping the way the nation's schools responded to complaints of sexual misconduct correspondent Alison Keyes says education secretary Betsy to Voss has established a campus sex assault rules that bolster the rights of the accused many advocacy groups and critics including the national center for transgender equality said the new rules actually make things easier for alleged offenders they say forcing sex assault survivors to go through a process similar to a criminal trial will significantly deter

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Kentucky woman with coronavirus arrested after allegedly disregarding quarantine: report

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Kentucky woman with coronavirus arrested after allegedly disregarding quarantine: report

"Meantime a covert positive woman in Kentucky has been arrested for breaking her quarantine CBS's Alison Keyes reports this is not the first time thirty seven year old cancer Burnett in Louisville Kentucky no she's tested positive for the coronavirus but she went shopping at a Kroger store anyway violating her order to self quarantine for at least the third time police arrived in time to see her leaving discovered she had made contact with at least five people inside the store and there were nearly two hundred other shopping at the time Burnett was arrested and is charged with criminal mischief and wanton endangerment among other things Alison Keyes

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"alison keyes" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"And Alison Keyes the restaurant industry is struggling amid the cold at nineteen pandemic lockdowns and this week devastating new revenue losses were reported across the nation K. Y. W. Sadat's Kuznets has the latest Ben Fletcher with the Pennsylvania restaurant and lodging association says troubling numbers were released this week from the national restaurant association it showed that nationally we lost thirty billion dollars in revenue for the month of March and it's estimating another fifty billion loss in revenue in restaurants by the end of April in Pennsylvania alone he says restaurant revenue losses are estimated to reach one point eight billion dollars by the end of the month meanwhile he says the paycheck protection program has not been a help to local restaurants the PPP program wasn't set up for restaurants Fletcher points out through the small business administration restaurant owners would have to pay back the loan in two years for restaurants which tend to run on a small margin they would need more like ten years to pay back also with limited staff right now many restaurant owners would like to use the loan for expenses other than paying employees which is prohibited the program as it's written and as it was rolled out just in a work for restaurants so there has to be another package whether it's cares to covert for whatever they want to call it there has to be a car about that specifies restaurants of loan and if you look at the entire PPP package the whole hospitality industry only took about seven percent of that and we make up such a huge part of the economy he says restaurants are important not just for the service they provide which is feeding people but for how the restaurant industry keeps money flowing to other businesses their produce people and they're letting companies and their landlords if you look at a P. and L. for a restaurant this two hundred lines on there despite the revenue loss figures though Fletcher is optimistic the industry will eventually rebound he's confident owners will tap into their creativity to find ways to safely re open but he says we won't go back to what we consider normal for a while if we are able to re launch in the next couple once the end of spring beginning of summer I really hope that the local legislators will let us start serving in places that we didn't normally serve perhaps parking lots perhaps more sidewalk dining perhaps some street dining there could be some streets are closed off just allow restaurant tables to go out there and ask because that's for CBS news Philadelphia thousands of supermarket workers have gotten cold at nineteen and some of died that's led to calls from some grocery store workers and labor experts to close supermarkets but United food and commercial workers union president mark Barone says that's not the answer it's impossible for that to happen for a number of reasons one our supply chains not set up for that two if you think about the impact on the under served communities and what that would be for them a lot of our grocery stores in this country or small mom and pop locations they don't have the systems for the mechanisms to be able to do that therefore many communities would not be served at that point in time there is a very simple way to address the problem and that is if they were mask inside the stores they'll protect themselves in the in the.

Alison Keyes
"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And Alison Keyes the restaurant industry is struggling amid the covert nineteen pandemic lockdowns and this week devastating to revenue losses were reported across the nation K. Y. W. Sadat's Kuznets has the latest been selected with the Pennsylvania restaurant and lodging association says troubling numbers were released this week from the national restaurant association it showed that nationally we lost thirty billion dollars in revenue for the month of March and it's estimating another fifty billion loss in revenue in restaurants by the end of April in Pennsylvania alone he says restaurant revenue losses are estimated to reach one point eight billion dollars by the end of the month meanwhile he says the paycheck protection program has not been a help to local restaurants the PPP program wasn't set up for restaurants the letter points out through the small business administration restaurant owners would have to pay back the loan in two years for restaurants which tend to run on a small margin they would need more like ten years to pay back also with limited staff right now many restaurant owners would like to use the loan for expenses other than paying employees which is prohibited the program as it's written and as it was rolled out just didn't work for restaurants so there has to be another package whether it's cares to covert for whatever they want to call it there has to be a carve out that specifies restaurants of loan and if you look at the entire PPP package the whole hospitality industry only took about seven percent of that and we make up such a huge part of the economy he says restaurants are important not just for the service they provide which is feeding people but for how the restaurant industry keeps money flowing to other businesses their produce people and they're living companies and their landlords if you look at the P. and L. for a restaurant this two hundred lines on there despite the revenue loss figures though Fletcher is optimistic the industry will eventually rebound he's confident owners will tap into their creativity to find ways to safely re open but he says we won't go back to what we consider normal for a while if we are able to re launch in the next couple months the end of spring beginning of summer I really hope that the local legislators will let us start serving in places that we didn't normally serve perhaps parking lots perhaps more sidewalk dining perhaps some street dining there could be some streets are closed off just allow restaurant tables to go out there and ask because that's for CBS news Philadelphia thousands of supermarket workers have gotten cold at nineteen and some of died that's led to calls from some grocery store workers and labor experts to close supermarkets but United food and commercial workers union president mark Barone says that's not the answer it's impossible for that to happen for a number of reasons one our supply chains not set up for that two if you think about the impact on the under served communities and what that would be for them a lot of our grocery stores in this country or small mom and pop location they don't have the systems for the mechanisms to be able to do that therefore many communities would not be served at that point in time there is a very simple way to address the problem and that is if they were mask inside the stores they'll protect themselves in the in the.

Alison Keyes
Chicago - 19 Migrant Children At Heartland Alliance Shelter Test Positive For Coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago - 19 Migrant Children At Heartland Alliance Shelter Test Positive For Coronavirus

"In Chicago at least nineteen children and two employees at a shelter for young immigrants have tested positive C. B. S.'s Alison Keyes outbreak at heartland human care services may be the largest in the nation in shelters for unaccompanied minors heartland alliance which oversees the program says it expects to find more cases in a state that heartland says the prognosis for all of the children is very good and says it is taking steps to ensure the health and safety of its participants and staff the shelter on Chicago's south side can hold up to two hundred fifty

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"alison keyes" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Alison Keyes in Texas a legal battle has been raging over whether that state could ban abortions during the cold at nineteen pandemic CBS is Kate Smith has the latest it's certainly been a a legal Payne pong match over abortion access in Texas so the latest is that on Thursday evening a lower court ruled that the federal appeals decision that we saw earlier this week which affected me up held the near total ban okay so the lower court said the hearts of the bad have to be blocked so what that means for patients taking that out of legal speak is that medication abortion can continue or can resume I should say that is a procedure that's offered to people who are pregnant up until ten weeks into a pregnancy and they also carved out an exception for people who are further along in a pregnancy such that by the time the band is set to lift it would be outside legal just station a limit in the state already so the argument that the judges for that is for those people let's see here seventeen weeks pregnant by the time the band lets you be outside of legally being able to get abortion because that is an effective ban lately against roe V. Wade those people should be allowed to have access to abortion at this time even though we're in the middle of this corona virus pandemic this is got to be really confusing for the patients involved right very confusing for patients I mean just personal anecdote I report on this a lot and I share a lot of this news on my Twitter account I've been flooded with direct messages from patients and not just in Texas but in all different states asking me is abortion is still available in my state and then I'll put out a new story and someone will ask well how is that changing things and dozens and dozens of messages and I'm hearing the same thing at clinics their phones cannot stop ringing from people asking whether or not they can get an abortion because like we said this is going back and forth and back and forth and even though this is a complex legal battle that deals with constitutional precedent from the Supreme Court the reality is is that this impacts very normal people.

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"alison keyes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And Alison Keyes welcome to the kaleidoscope where every week we'll discuss the issues of race gender LGBTQ and income inequality this week we begin with Miami mayor Francis Suarez who's been cured of the corona virus as the leader of a city filled with people of color he's thinking about what his experience with the illness means he got out of quarantine this week it always scared when I found out and it was also you know I was there was a lot of pressure because I was on the second person in Miami Dade County county three million people that tested positive and and and I was mayor sold a managing you know the you know the fear of of of not understanding exactly why not just what I was gonna go to a personal level by admin alone of course because I had to isolate you my wife you know my kids can be can be with me and then and then the the the father of I have to go public with this because you know this is not only because of the amount of people that I come into contact with but you know I I'm I'm running a government and and my wife is very public so all that sort of rushed in at the same time and and you know as the ones that went public I decided to turn on to conduct its own course how has this experience affected how you deal with preparations going on in your city your fabulous and beautiful city which I love but there are a lot of people of color in that city and communities of color have been at some risk from this virus have they not the city of immigrants you know where city or minority city where minority where city where the minorities and majority and you know and so we were probably the first city in America to cancel large events we did that we were criticized by some local leaders here the county mayor and others that said that we were acting prematurely and then then only later to have to themselves cancel large events and and so one of the things I can tell you is that I have you know in all the dramatic steps that are taking the lead at there have never there's never been a moment where I look back and regret it taking a more dramatic step everything that you know everything that we've seen is those who take this lightly later on and up coming along because they realize the severity of this I mean we even had the president say that conservatives speaking we're looking at tension between a hundred thousand two hundred fifty thousand deaths and I think that just like when the NBA decided to cancel a season ending these were like watershed moments when people start to look at this differently and and and those that are relaxing or those that are you know considering the weight of what this impact would be economically versus you know protecting against the virus that that that pendulum swings back and so I I sold very very comfortable of being the first man to to cancel our defense only the second seeded up a standalone order day counting the first implemented curfew the first city to do in home testing for the elderly we are the first obviously community are doing testing at a predominantly African American area and so you know for us what we're really proud of of of protecting our residents and leading in those and those are Ornish's Miami mayor Francis war as in New York City Ishimori is the attorney in charge of the queens neighborhood housing office for the legal aid society and national civil legal services organization he warns of a housing crisis soon across the country.

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"alison keyes" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Alison Keyes CBS news this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station KPNX sincerity to his radio on top local stories about five gonna have in depth team coverage on the growing health crisis unfolding in southern California residents of LA will have a quiet weekend at home as officials shut down all of the county's recreational areas the first traffic and weather together every ten minutes of the five future expense well we've got C. H. P. run in traffic breaks in Norwalk the first ones at six oh five north before the five to get some math metal debris out of lanes to just expect him to slow you down there and start slowing down of the southbound side before he gets you a laundry because of the latter's hand guys shopping carts that were in lanes there the ninety one east connectors a six oh five north and south are off limits forcing Caltrans were going on there they're also doing a big project in the commerce the five south connected seven ten south shot down and then on the seven ten south you're gonna be reduced to one lane between the five AM band it's pretty jammed along that stretch you can jump off the freeway and stray cat that plan check to get around that looks like a good way to get around that nice clear Long Beach seven ten north at PCHS forget word of a big rig that is on fire that is going to be on the right shoulder there CHP are ready to break in studio city on the eastbound one oh one before coldwater canyon because of a trash can in the remaining their support at nine fifteen with more reports more often are birds within the Toyota when your twenty four hour traffic center can extend seventy this radio cool and breezy this weekend with a chance of light showers tomorrow our highs today and tomorrow going to be in the upper fifties to the mid sixties under partly cloudy skies.

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Chicago - Joe Biden Wins Illinois, Arizona, Florida Democratic Primaries

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago - Joe Biden Wins Illinois, Arizona, Florida Democratic Primaries

"Desk Joe Biden sweeps tonight's three contests as CBS news projects the former vice president wins democratic primaries in Arizona Illinois and Florida significantly widening his delegate lead over Bernie Sanders CBS is Alison Keyes

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U.S. arrests more than 250 tied to Mexican drug cartel

Total Information PM

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

U.S. arrests more than 250 tied to Mexican drug cartel

"The government arrested more than two hundred fifty people as part of a six month crackdown called project python it targeted the notorious Mexican drug cartel known as cartel de Jalisco Nueva generously on CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes reports the DEA calls the cartel one of the most prolific drug trafficking organizations in the world saying it has been flooding the US with methamphetamine the justice department says during a six month run projects python has led to the seizure of more than forty four thousand pounds of drugs and the arrest of more than seven hundred fifty people the state department is offering a ten million dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of cartel head the messy altogether Servan tests known as L. Mitchell Alison Keyes CBS

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"alison keyes" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And Alison Keyes there are more than two hundred thirty cases of the corona virus in the US alone and globally more than one hundred thousand have been infected some thirty four hundred people have died mostly in China stores are selling out of face masks gloves and hand sanitizer and people around the world are worrying about catching the deadly illness as governments race to find ways to protect residents in Seattle the epicenter of the virus in the US some have been ordered to work from home some music festivals and sporting events have been canceled some businesses and schools have temporarily closed because of the virus CBS's Nancy Chen has the latest president trump signed an eight point three billion dollar emergency spending bill Friday to combat the corona virus outbreak we're seeing problem a problem I don't know where we take care of it the president says he's monitoring the cruise ship that's off the coast of San Francisco on Thursday the California National Guard dropped off testing kits health officials say thirty five people from the grand princess have developed flu like symptoms the ship with more than thirty five hundred people on board will stay offshore until the results come back they kept in the dark with it I'm not sure they're just trying not to you know scare people in Washington state eight people have died at the life care nursing home outside Seattle Kevin Connolly whose father in law is at the facility told R. Carter Evans he wants accountability there is no quarantine there is no process it's getting worse it's not getting better health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are says Washington state California have received all the test kids they've asked for and more kids are on the way next week we'll keep ramping up production so as many as four million attacks on next week are going to be driving force so everything is on schedule New York has nearly two dozen cases the majority are linked to a lawyer who was hospitalized in Manhattan need to change CBS news New York the financial markets have been on a roller coaster in the wake of that virus CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger joined us to discuss it I think it is a huge contributor to the volatility and the recent selloff and the reason is quite clear investors believe that the spread of the corona virus in the United States is likely to negatively impact economic growth here and the real issue that's causing so much of the volatility the ups and the downs is that we can't quantify what the impact is just yet so we know that travel and leisure is taking a hit we know that energy companies have taken a hit but we don't really understand yet whether or not consumers will start pulling back on their spending and that's the great fear among economists how long do you think this is going to go on it seems like every hour we have more cases coming up I mean both in the US and in different countries well I think that until we get a better sense of the the spread and the ability to test and contain the spread you will likely see more and more volatility and you know you can really tell the jittery markets because the magnitude of the drops and the games have been pretty incredible and he'd have to go back to the financial crisis to see these kinds of consecutive movements yeah that's sad if you are a long term investor while it is horrible to watch the daily ups and downs you are in it for the long term and so hopefully if you don't need your money anytime soon you're able to stick with your game plan to ride out this really turbulent time what do you think investors should do I mean especial que so if you're me and you're pretty much short term girl you know are you are you moving money around to use staying and something stable what are you doing if you need your money within the next twelve months you cannot have that money at risk and so that might include that you need money for a home down payment maybe you need to write a tuition check maybe you have to I have put it by a car that kind of money is actually important to keep secure and and I need secure like really boring and that can mean anything from money market to a savings account to a a CD that short term in nature it's just incredibly important that you don't take risks with that money now for anybody else who's listening who is a long term investor I would urge you to go back to your game plan and remind yourself why you are investing are you the kind of person that does not need to touch this money for twenty or thirty years then you want to just keep that portfolio that retirement account intact don't touch it because the more you muck around with it the higher the likelihood is you're gonna regret your actions that CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger one business that's been taking a hit our ride shares like lift an uber CBS's Martin fan spoke with driver Anthony miles about what they are thinking about the corona virus.

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BYU clarifies 'misinterpretation' of Honor Code changes

Newsradio 830 Programming

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

BYU clarifies 'misinterpretation' of Honor Code changes

"Their shock and sadness at Brigham Young University in Utah after the school told LGBTQ students that same sex romantic behavior is not allowed on campus that's despite a change in its honor code last month CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes explains last month to be why you dropped a section of its honor code betting behavior that reflected what it called homosexual feelings LGBTQ students thought that meant they could hold hands and kiss but the school owned by the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints has posted a letter and she won a online saying any same sex behavior is a violation of the principles of the honor code this a day after a Mormon church elder spoke on campus saying it is evil to marginalize people based on gender nationality or anything else

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CBS News projects Joe Biden will win South Carolina primary

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 7 months ago

CBS News projects Joe Biden will win South Carolina primary

"CBS news projects that former vice president Joe Biden has won the South Carolina primary CBS news correspondent Sam Litzinger has details based on CBS news early exit polls estimate Joe Biden will win today South Carolina primary is a large lead over his rivals CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes in Charleston that mother Emanuel A. M. E. church every single person I talked to said they support Joe Biden they like Biden they feel that does this they know that he came to the church after nine people were killed there they also like that he worked with president Obama they feel that he will support the African American community and the city in general and they think that he has a chance at winning the nomination and the election many South Carolina voters back but even though some wonder if you can cross the finish line I would put Joe Biden will he get it anywhere else besides South Carolina that something president trump tweets that Biden's win in South Carolina should be the end of Mike Bloomberg's campaign Sam Litzinger

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Joe Biden predicts South Carolina primary win

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Joe Biden predicts South Carolina primary win

"Former vice president Joe Biden boldly predicts he will win the South Carolina primary and I got a big boost ahead of voting on Saturday the endorsement of congressman Jim Clyburn CBS's Alison Keyes is in Charleston harbor says he knows Joe we know Joe and most importantly Joe knows us he says it is time to restore this country's dignity and respect and he can think of no one better prepared to bring it back then Joe

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Democrats seek to slow Sanders’s momentum in South Carolina debate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:42 min | 7 months ago

Democrats seek to slow Sanders’s momentum in South Carolina debate

"And tonight is the final debate before Saturday's democratic primary in South Carolina and also before super Tuesday seven candidates will be on the stage and tonight's matchup comes days after Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus but he's had some controversy since the any leads in total delegates as well joining us live to chat about it is Alison Keyes from CBS we appreciate the time so let's start with Bernie Sanders he had the sixty minutes interview we talked about Cuba talked about help actually some good things that come out of Cuba over the years who's going to come after him for this tonight well I think pretty much everyone and if you've been watching our twenty four hour cable at all today or out talking to voters I have been there on some real concerns about I just spoke to a gentleman who says almost nothing could turn away his support for Bernie Sanders but he also thinks is best choice and we have a level actually keep his mouth shut about Castro in Cuba because the plan of care people the whole point the problem that many on the but many of the quote unquote mainstream Democrats had with him in the first place is that they fear that he is too radical same Laurie they have about Elizabeth Warren Buffett Warren is not out there talking about Castro I spoke to several voters today who did have some concerns about that but they still think that he is probably going to come that back with the nomination and I think that he probably has a chance to beat president trump interestingly this is South Carolina which is state full of African American voters in fact they're expecting about sixty percent of the voters that come out for the primary on Saturday to be black people but work here has dropped from a double digit lead and last fall I thought he was running just about five points ahead of Sanders which is probably shocking their campaign but he's got to be counting on this result coming into this when Alison how can he stand out tonight do you think I think you have to convince people that he can do this that he's not too old that he's not going to make a lot of mistakes people are concerned about it H. they're concerned about his health and they are especially concerned about his electability because he lost in Iowa and intifada and based out of New Hampshire was kind of close but still voters are worried that he's not going to be able to carry that and their main concern every single person I have spoken to have said their main concern is to get somebody in there on the democratic side that has some sort of chance of beating president trump and although people here like fighting and they appreciate his association with Obama at some of them are not so sure that he can do it particularly younger voters it is Michael Bloomberg taking any out of that steam from Joe Biden in South Carolina obviously he's going through the non disclosure agreement a rough patch here where he really got drilled on that last week that's something for him to overcome but might that be a reason that Joe Biden is trending a little bit slowing down a little bit with that double digit lead like you were talking about world orders of color I've spoken to here are pretty angry at Bloomberg over his comments over stop and frisk and over the nondisclosure agreement obviously an open the redlining as well but one gentleman I spoke to a few minutes ago that he thought that it would be very interesting Loberg wore off the ticket here which is not because he said yes he had concerns about the stop and frisk but he also knows that Bloomberg has up his campaign P. and it can't handle palletized for that and he knows that he has done great things for gun control and gun reform so he doesn't think that he is a bad idea and he's considering whether Bloomberg might be a better choice than Joe Biden will determine what's going to support and so he's off the last couple

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"alison keyes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

07:32 min | 7 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And Alison Keyes Louisiana leads the nation at anti abortion laws according to a new study CBS news reporter Kate Smith explains what that could mean going forward this was a report from the Guttmacher institute that's a pro abortion rights organization that does research and what this report found was that since nineteen seventy three when abortion was effectively legalized by the Supreme Court in roe V. Wade Louisiana has passed eighty nine different anti abortion restrictions now why that's important is because it is fifty percent more than any other state in the entire country so for context the second highest number of anti abortion restrictions passed from a state was Indiana was sixty three so so many states have been passing more and more of these laws trying to make it more difficult for women to get abortions or have access to abortions in in Louisiana is a situation so dire that women might not be able to have access in that state well that's exactly right in March we're going to be seeing the Supreme Court pick up a case that challenges one of those eighty nine different anti airports restrictions from Louisiana it's admitting privilege log but what's the important take away from here is that if the Supreme Court allows this particular anti abortion restriction to go into effect would effectively close all three abortion clinics in the entire state and that's so significant because it would be the first time that his state would be without a legal functioning abortion clinic since nineteen seventy three so you're looking at a you know a really precedent making his potentially historic decision out of the Supreme Court this year so this is all but affected Lee overturning roe V. Wade in some places so that's where it gets particularly interesting because of roe V. Wade it legalizes abortion and it leaves it up to the states how to regulate it and what you've seen since nineteen seventy three just by the numbers that you saw on this report is that the states that are anti abortion they know that they can't just outright ban abortions so what they do instead is they create all these different restrictions regulations making it very difficult to accessible version even though it is legal and women have a right to access abortion and so what you know abortion supporters around the country call it is affected believe regulating abortion out of existence but by the by odds of most conservative this is a good thing right absolutely this is something that they've worked on for nearly fifty years is to take this Supreme Court case that they never understood they never agreed with from day one and figure out what they can do it okay so this is the legal framework that we have to work with how can we get what we want well still you know maintaining quote unquote constitutionality and is it seems like they found a way of doing that that CBS news reporter Kate Smith did you always dream about being in the captain's chair on a starship turns out you can get a start on that journey right now because CBS news correspondent Peter king tells us NASA is looking for astronauts absolutely they are opening up the enrollment for new astronauts although they're not saying how many they are looking for starting on March second they want to choose the next astronauts it'll fly lower earth orbit missions commercial crew missions international space station missions and perhaps moon missions under the Artemis program requirements U. S. citizenship master's degree in a stem field two years related professional experience or at least a thousand ours is a pilot in command I know that you Alison right so Italy the last time they open this up they have somewhere in the neighborhood of eighteen thousand applications and I'm guessing they're gonna get at least that much this time the new candidates would be announced next year and you can find out more at NASA dot gov forward slash astronauts well before I put my application and for that I guess I should ask you what NASA's budget is looking like since the president released his twenty twenty one budget this week well it's good news for NASA if it passes and that's a big if the president is requested more than twenty five billion dollars for NASA that is a twelve percent increase and that's the biggest increase of they've had for years it includes three point three billion to kick start development of a lunar lander that would dad take the next man and first woman to the moon by twenty twenty four under trump administration plans for the Artemis lunar program in fact about half the budget is earmarked for that program NASA says the entire effort to land by twenty twenty four would cost about thirty five billion dollars over the next five years or so but I don't think anybody expects that that number to hold and I've got to ask you about Christina cook who just set the all time endurance record for a few male astronaut single space flight I know she is back on earth how's she doing three hundred twenty eight days in space and as soon as she landed in Kazakhstan last week she said she felt the difference immediately seeing more people she had seen in nearly a year aboard the international space station she said she feels physically and mentally great of course when you land there a whole lot of muscles that you haven't used in a very very long time and you know there's some soreness there there is some balance issues in those the normal things that any long duration astronaut would experience but she's got a chance to do some of the things that she has missed first thing when she got back home to the Houston area down to Galveston to the beach with her husband and with her dog she seems to be doing just fine okay now I've got to ask you about this Star Trek related thing you know me in Star Trek that has been blowing up the internet what is up with the similarity between the Star Trek logo and the space force logo there are people out there that are really angry people women going nuts over this for the past couple of weeks on the internet because the space force logo is at delta and has kind of a similar shape to the Star Trek logo and the internet has been going blank blank crazy but bottom line is that the military and space command have been using variations of the delta symbol for decades so this is just a new variation on that and it's not a rip off of Star Trek despite what does some people think it is so is this so which came first the chicken or the egg kind of concept pretty much pretty much and you know delta symbolizes changing changes been a part of our space since the very beginning so it all works that CBS news correspondent Peter king and Star Trek fans do not come for us over that local drama coming up a warning from an anti bias group about white supremacist propaganda so what's the premises are targeting a range of of people are in communities with their propaganda and how abolitionist and freedom fighter here yet Tubman used nature to help slaves.

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Chaos in Iowa: Caucus results unclear after reporting issues

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Chaos in Iowa: Caucus results unclear after reporting issues

"CBS news update so we're back for my well wow senator Elizabeth Warren is among the democratic presidential candidates already on the ground in New Hampshire and among those claiming some sort of wind in the Iowa caucus but CBS is major Garrett says a problem with the new app is delayed official results historically Iowa has been a spring board not anymore at least not now it's a belly flop nobody knows who won nobody knows who came in second nobody knows who has the momentum that may change at about five PM eastern time today CBS's Alison Keyes the state party's chairman Troy price says more than fifty percent of the results will be released at that time he says the party is collecting paper records for more than sixteen hundred caucus sites to make sure it has all of the document information in place but during a conference call with campaigns he did not answer frustrated questions over when the full results will come out CBS news update on Pam

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Schiff says intelligence agencies are withholding evidence

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Schiff says intelligence agencies are withholding evidence

"The impeachment trial of president trump got under way today and immediately bogged down into the same arguments have been battered about for weeks CBS is Allison key Democrats are pushing for Ukraine related White House documents to be released but leave house impeachment manager Adam Schiff told lawmakers the truth will come out the question is will it come out in time White House counsel Patsy baloney blasted back when you look at these articles of impeachment they're not only ridiculous they are dangerous to our Republic Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made some changes that his proposed rules for the trial allowing the record of house proceedings to be admitted as evidence and giving each side up to twenty four hours over three days to present their opening arguments Alison Keyes CBS news

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New York Times endorses 2 candidates for president for first time

Total Information PM

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

New York Times endorses 2 candidates for president for first time

"For the first time ever the New York times is endorsed two candidates for the democratic presidential nomination and both are women senators Elizabeth Brendan Amy clover charms CBS's Alison Keyes the times tells club which are as a deal maker and the uniter for the wings of the Democratic Party from the times TV show the weekly club which are says I am from the heartland and I think that that matters in the selection as well the times Los Warren for her approach to policy making and as someone who speaks to voters' concerns about inequality and corruption the times writes me the best

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"alison keyes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Roundup and Alison Keyes from London and around the world an earthquake of emotion over the decision of friends here again as wife Meghan Markle to step back from there well duties Queen Elizabeth her eldest son prince Charles and grandson prince William have issued an edict for teams to find some way to make this all work CBS is Vicky Barker with the latest from London I am surprised it didn't register on the seismographs a golden Colorado I mean seismic is the word the scale of the shock here I mean let's face it how often do public figures say they're stepping away from their public duties to spend less time with their family I know right this seems like such a scandal I heard that the wax museum actually took their figures to help I I'm not sure that the wax figures at Madame Tussauds have been melted down just yet maybe they're going in for a little early spring cleaning not what we're hearing from palace insiders is that prince Harry approached his father before Christmas to say that he wanted to redefine his role step away from many if not most royal duties and what Charles said was look what you're talking about is pretty unprecedented the implications are incredibly complex figure it out figure out how your security is going to be handled how and where you're going to live that sort of thing come up with a detailed plan and get back to me instead apparently Harry went to his grandmother the queen and put the same case before her she apparently was not going to you know try to do an end run around her own son she said you've got to go back to your father come up with a detailed plan and and we can talk about it and instead as one journalist says Harry decided apparently to push the nuclear button now making grew up in Los Angeles but she lived in Toronto for several years while she was filming suits and the couple also spent the holidays in Vancouver off the western coast of Canada so the strong supposition is that Canada is where they will choose to live part of the year with their baby Archie I know she also went to school in Chicago and northwestern and I have been seeing a lot of people basically kind of saying well happy wife happy life is this all about Megan do you think the tabloids and the memes were very quick to come up with the word makes it but you know I mean one youtuber who is herself by racial said well that exactly demonstrates the kind of attitude that is pushing them away from public life and I have to say I've lived in the UK for thirty years and much of the tabloid and a lot of the online attention at Megan has been classes T. how anti American and really borderline racist sometimes overtly racist and I think that Megan got tired of it and Harry got tired of watching his wife suffered through all of this I remember when they got married I was very surprised because a lot of the time the African American community in general is not like all my goodness of Wales but for that wedding I spoke to people who put on full on formal attire had T. sat in front of their televisions in there like looks sees someone bi racial is getting married someone of color is getting married absolutely and watching prince Charles walk the bride down the aisle when her own father was too ill to attend the wedding that was a deeply moving sight and the fact that she really was welcome to wince as far as can be seen in open heart by the royal family that this was not an issue now let's face it prince Harry's six then line to the throne and if William and Kate have anymore he'll he'll fall even farther down but the fact of the matter is the Megan's reception in the royal family was assigned to many of the extent to which it has modernized in recent decades but this move I think is being seen as a step too far so what do you think happens next year they just you know I mean **** on the queen gave her new year's address right Christmas address and apparently their pictures were not on that desk in front of her well the pictures that were on the desk were pictures of oil continuity her father and prince Charles the next in line to the throne William the line after that and Williams children who are in the line of succession after that now I guess we can try and read between the lines for now the monarch has said nothing in public but palisades have made no secret of the fact that this was pretty much pushed on them that they weren't given advance warning and they feel that making and Harry haven't thought through all of the month may prove to be very gory details all right so there is pearl clutching all over at London raised eyebrows and clutched pearls both sides of the Atlantic I suspect on any given day in California some one hundred thirty thousand people are homeless reporter Adrian more tells us there's help on the way a lot of resting Collins is one of the thousands of people living on Sacramento street got to have a strong will be out here now California governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a billion dollar plan to help get people just like prestin into safe shelters we are thrilled to see the governor makes such a significant investment the effort is being praised by those who helped get homeless people and those with mental health issues off the streets the governor is executive orders speaks to the fact that we are in a homeless this crisis and he is appropriately dubbed trying to deploy a all the state's resources to help deal with that crisis so where is the money going one part of the plan calls for using trailers and modular tens normally used by the state's disaster medical teams those could be placed in fair grounds on X. this state property funding could also go toward paying the rent of people who are homeless and toward building.

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"alison keyes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Alison Keyes from London and around the world an earthquake of emotion over the decision of friends here again as wife Meghan Markle to step back from there well duties Queen Elizabeth her eldest son prince Charles and grandson prince William have issued an edict for teams to find some way to make this all work CBS is Vicky Barker with the latest from London I am surprised it didn't register on the seismographs a golden Colorado I mean seismic is the word for the scale of the shock here I mean let's face it how often do public figures say they're stepping away from their public duties to spend less time with their family I know right this seems like such a scandal I heard that the wax museum actually took their figures the hell I I'm not sure that the wax figures at Madame Tussauds have been melted down just yet maybe they're going in for a little early spring cleaning not what we're hearing from palace insiders is that prince Harry approached his father before Christmas to say that he wanted to redefine his role stepped away from many if not most royal duties and what Charles said was look what you're talking about is pretty unprecedented the implications are incredibly complex figure it out figure out how your security is going to be handled how and where you're going to live that sort of thing come up with a detailed plan and get back to me instead apparently Harry went to his grandmother the queen and put the same case before her she apparently was not going to you know try to do an end run around her own son she said you've got to go back to your father come up with a detailed plan and and we can talk about it and instead as one journalist says Harry decided apparently to push the nuclear button now they can grow up in Los Angeles but she lived in Toronto for several years while she was filming suits and the couple also spent the holidays in Vancouver off the western coast of Canada so the strong supposition is that Canada is where they will choose to live part of the year with their baby Archie I know she also went to school in Chicago and northwestern and I have been seeing a lot of people basically kind of saying well happy wife happy life is this all about Megan do you think the tabloids and the memes were very quick to come up with the word makes it but you know what I mean one youtuber who is herself by racial said well that exactly demonstrates the kind of attitude that is pushing them away from public life and I have to say I've lived in the UK for thirty years and much of the tabloid and a lot of the online attention at Megan has been classes T. how anti American and really borderline racist sometimes overtly racist and I think that Megan got tired of it and Harry got tired of watching his wife suffered through all of this I remember when they got married I was very surprised because a lot of the time the African American community in general is not like all my goodness of Wales but for that wedding I spoke to people who put on full on formal attire had T. sat in front of their televisions in there like looks sees someone vibration was getting married someone of color is getting married absolutely and watching prince Charles walk the bride down the aisle when her own father was too ill to attend the wedding that was a deeply moving sight and the fact that she really was welcome to wince as far as can be seen in open heart by the royal family that this was not an issue now let's face it prince Harry's six the line to the throne and if William and Kate have anymore he'll he'll fall even farther down but the fact of the matter is the Megan's reception in the royal family was assigned to many of the extent to which it has modernized in recent decades but this move I think is being seen as a step too far so what do you think happens next year they just you know I mean **** on the queen gave her new year's address right Christmas address and apparently their pictures were not on that desk in front of her well the pictures that were on the desk were pictures of royal continuity her father and prince Charles the next in line to the throne William the line after that and Williams children who are in the line of succession after that now I guess we can try and read between the lines for now the monarch has said nothing in public but palisades have made no secret of the fact that this was pretty much pushed on them that they weren't given advance warning and they feel that making and Harry haven't thought through all of the month may prove to be very gory details all right so there is pearl clutching all over at lunch raised eyebrows and clutched pearls both sides of the Atlantic I suspect on any given day in California some one hundred thirty thousand people are homeless reporter Adrian more tells us there's help on the way a lot of resting Collins is one of the thousands of people living on Sacramento street got to have a strong will be out here now California governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a billion dollar plan to help get people just like prestin into safe shelters we are thrilled to see the governor makes such a significant investment the effort is being praised by those who helped get homeless people and those with mental health issues off the streets the governor is executive orders speaks to the fact that we are in a homeless this crisis and he is appropriately dubbed trying to deploy a all the state's resources to help deal with that crisis so where is the money going one part of the plan calls for using trailers and modular tense normally used by the state's disaster medical teams those could be placed in fair grounds on excess state property funding could also go toward paying the rent of people who are homeless and toward building new housing.

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"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And Alison Keyes from London and around the world an earthquake of a motion over the decision of prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to step back from there well duties Queen Elizabeth her eldest son prince Charles and grandson prince William have issued an edict for teams to find some way to make this all work CBS is Vicky Barker with the latest from London I am surprised it didn't register on the seismographs a golden Colorado I mean seismic is the word of the scale of the shock here I mean let's face it how often do public figures say they're stepping away from their public duties to spend less time with their family I know right this seems like such a scandal I heard that the wax museum actually took their figures the hell I I'm not sure that the wax figures at Madame Tussauds have been melted down just yet maybe they're going in for a little early spring cleaning not what we're hearing from palace insiders is that prince Harry approached his father before Christmas to say that he wanted to redefine his role stepped away from many if not most royal duties and what Charles said was look what you're talking about is pretty unprecedented the implications are incredibly complex figure it out figure out how your security is going to be handled how and where you're going to live that sort of thing come up with a detailed plan and get back to me instead apparently Harry went to his grandmother the queen and put the same case before her she apparently was not going to you know try to do an end run around her own son she said you've got to go back to your father come up with a detailed plan and and we can talk about it and instead as one journalist says Harry decided apparently to push the nuclear button now making grew up in Los Angeles but she lived in Toronto for several years while she was filming suits and the couple also spend the holidays in Vancouver off the western coast of Canada so the strong supposition is that Canada is where they will choose to live part of the year with their baby Archie I know she also went to school in Chicago and northwestern and I have been seeing a lot of people basically kind of St well happy wife happy life is this all about Megan do you think the tabloids and the memes were very quick to come up with the word makes it but you know what I mean one youtuber who is herself by racial said well that exactly demonstrates the kind of attitude that is pushing them away from public life and I have to say I've lived in the UK for thirty years and much of the tabloid and a lot of the online attention at Megan has been classes T. how anti American and really borderline racist sometimes overtly racist and I think that Megan got tired of it and Harry got tired of watching his wife suffer through all of this I remember when they got married I was very surprised because a lot of the time the African American community in general is not like all my goodness the Royals but for that wedding I spoke to people who put on full and formal attire had T. sat in front of their televisions in there like looks sees someone bi racial is getting married someone of color is getting married absolutely and watching prince Charles walk the bride down the aisle when her own father was too ill to attend the wedding that was a deeply moving sight and the fact that she really was welcome to wince as far as can be seen in open heart by the royal family that this was not an issue now let's face it prince Harry's six then line to the throne and if we'll him in case of any more he'll he'll fall even farther down but the fact of the matter is the Megan's reception in the royal family was assigned to.

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NYPD investigating anti-Semitic attacks in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

NYPD investigating anti-Semitic attacks in Manhattan and Brooklyn

"New York City is increasing its police presence in neighborhoods with large Jewish populations after possibly anti semitic attacks during the Hanukkah holiday CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes there will not only be more police officers a neighborhood with large Jewish populations such as Brooklyn's crown heights police will increase visits to house of worship mayor bill de Blasio tweeted anti semitism is an attack on the values of our city and we will confront it head on police are reporting at least six attacks this week possibly stemming from anti Jewish

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Spotify temporarily dropping political ads

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Spotify temporarily dropping political ads

"Spotify says it will pause caring political advertisements on its music streaming platform early next year CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes Spotify says that pause will include its original and exclusive podcast as well the world's most popular streaming service with nearly one hundred forty one million users says it will reassess this decision as it continues to evolve its capabilities Twitter bands political ads in October and Facebook is fact checking content from political

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Trump Administration Awards Immigration Detention Contracts in California

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Trump Administration Awards Immigration Detention Contracts in California

"The tribe administration as just awarded billions of dollars in contracts for private companies to operate immigration detention centers in California CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes says questions are being raised about the timing of these deals the announcement comes less than two weeks before a state law takes effect banning for profit prisons and a spokesman for governor Gavin Newsom says U. S. immigration and customs enforcement is trying to get around that law but I says the contracts for detention facilities aren't subject to the law that takes effect January first under the new contract the detention space in federal immigration facilities in California it's set to double to nearly seventy two hundred

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Woman accused in racist hit-and-run charged in another crash

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00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Woman accused in racist hit-and-run charged in another crash

"An orange hoodie on the night of this hit and run an Iowa woman who told police she intentionally ran over a teenager because she believes the girl was Mexican has been charged with another hit and run crash that hurt a twelve year old boy good morning police charging Nicole Franklin with attempted murder in connection with it December nineteenth crash that happened less than an hour before another hit and run in that latest charge though suspect is accused of hitting a boy in an apartment complex he suffered minor injuries Chicago police say a thirty seven year old man has been charged in connection with a shooting at a house party that wounded thirteen people four of them are still in critical condition they held an anti violence rally in Chicago last night the Englewood neighborhood alderman Stephanie Coleman represents the sixteenth ward and she says this isn't what people should know about angle would guns have no place in the war has no place in our city has no place in our communities the victims in this case ranging in age from sixteen to forty eight WWJ news time is now five thirty seven critics and audiences alike gave cats the movie a pause down for its poultry weekend opening and now it's getting a big makeover while it's still in theaters CBS correspondent Alison Keyes takes a look at whether this will leave audiences spurring

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"alison keyes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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02:59 min | 1 year ago

"alison keyes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"CBS's Alison Keyes has been speaking to the president's supporters about why they want to listen to him speak there's a trio of women here a mom and very excited to be here it is their first rally for the president's mother said she came because she wanted to see him she is a tribute to in this idea president trump adding a new terrorist meantime on Chinese goods as he has in the past president shrugs off concerns about the escalating trade war which they get in many billions of dollars there's been absolutely no inflation that frankly it hasn't because our consumer anything because China but it's Americans who do end up paying higher prices on imported Chinese goods Mr trump's announcement of a new ten percent levy on all the products not yet touched by Terrence rattled markets the Dow began a nose dive the instant the president hit send on his tweets Steven port no I CBS news the White House and the market's been fall today the Dow leading the way down to ordered eighty points more coming up from Bloomberg just couple minutes as the U. S. and try to try to hammer out a trade agreement secretary of state Mike Pompeii offering some friendship from the U. S. while visiting Thailand on pale told leaders from the association of south east Asian nations Washington does not want them to side with the U. S. as they likely will not at a press conference in Bangkok but they told reporters the ultimate goal to continue the work with China but told his Chinese counterparts the US wants to see behavioral changes first says that the wrapping up a set of trade negotiations in China we are working with them on many fronts but we were also very candid about the places we are hoping China will behave in ways that they are not behaving today China has been aggressively expanding territorial claims in the South China Sea North Korea files to projectiles into the sea of Japan if the third weapons testing just over a week north Korean specialist son unit Lee at Tufts University says Pyongyang's trying to ratchet up the pressure on the US is a form of psychological manipulation it compels the United States to settle for less and less we see president trump actively downplay the threat so the stage has been set for bigger provocations to calm the north apparently upset with slow keep pace of nuclear talks in Washington the Senate approved a two year budget deal that lifts strict caps on spending by hundreds of millions of dollars to sixty seven the nays are twenty eight and the bill is passed the debt ceiling is also raised under this measure a mostly bipartisan agreement that moves some of the trickiest budget issues past the twenty twenty election six thirty eighty two to start to get a check on the business world and Wall Street Tracy junkie is at Bloomberg Hasbro has warned it'll be raising prices if the U. S. introduces more terror of sun Chinese made goods and president trump says more terror of Sir coming September first on good it's not already subject to trade penalties that includes toys seventy percent of Hasbro toys are made in China also new to terrace clothing and other consumer.

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