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Powerball jackpot winner worth $731.1M sold in Maryland
"We have a power ball winner but we may never know who it is the winning Powerball ticket worth seven hundred thirty one million dollars was sold at Coney market in Lonaconing Maryland the Maryland lottery says the Allegheny county store will receive a one hundred thousand dollar bonus for selling the winning ticket to the fifth largest lottery prize in U. S. history however just who will collect the money may never be known Maryland allows winners to remain anonymous and even larger mega millions jackpot will be available Friday night no one won the nine hundred seventy billion dollar prize earlier this week I'm I counted
$731 million Powerball jackpot has one winning ticket, in Maryland
"Morning that the winning mega power ball ticket was sold at Coney Market in Lana Koning, Maryland, which is in the western part of the state. There was only one ticket that matched all six numbers in the $731 million Powerball jackpot. Maryland Lottery says the single ticket wins the fourth largest jackpot in Powerball history. It was sold in Allegheny County in northwestern Maryland. It's not clear yet who the winner is, and it may never be known. Maryland's one of about a half dozen states were a Powerball winner can remain anonymous. So for now, we can only imagine what the winner will do with their choice of $731 million over 29 years or a lump sum payment right now of $546 million before taxes. The Lord didn't stain W to help. He knows 11
"allegheny county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
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"allegheny county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"These were states where you've got a pretty good mix. Now. Certain county like Allegheny County in Pennsylvania always always goes for Democrats. S so when Trump was ahead in pretty significantly, Kathy, As you point out in Pennsylvania, I was talking to someone. That night on election night, and I believe he was forgive me. I've forgotten who he was with, but he is from Pennsylvania. And he said, You know, don't hold your breath because assumes they hit Allegheny County, which is a big big county. Um, you know, the numbers are going to change pretty significantly. But, Cathy, you're absolutely right. In the bigger picture. Something happened. I don't know when I've seen that before. I don't think I have seen something happened. Okay? Lets a boy I'm tired. Let's get some pizza and go home. Since when did they stop counting the ballots? Since when Earth stood still, exactly. It's still that's what it felt like to be because I'm sitting there and I'm watching with a friend of mine and we're looking at each other, like what is going on. And something was not right. And I think Sydney pals. Uh, participation in looking into all of this is going to be very interesting, and I'm most anxious to hear what she comes up with a man. Kathy, I'm right there with you. I appreciate a good call. Let's step aside very, very quickly. When I come back, I'll get back to your calls. Um, something's not right. This thing this election does. And I want you to just wrap your head around this if you can't, the United States of America. A superpower. I said, Well, maybe not when the braca while I was president, but we are a superpower we doom or for other nations, whether they like us or not, than anybody else on planet Earth. The might of the United States of America, and we can't even get a new election done properly. We were 72 Million people in this nation have to wonder. You know, how have they pull this off? I think we know how With faulty voting machines using empty pizza boxes to block the view of people that should be legally allowed to observe. By separating ballots from the envelopes and then go on. Whoops. I don't know where that went s o. They become anonymous ballots. Can you Can you believe this? In the United States of America? We're not a banana republic. We're not some third world country where the United States and we can't even pull this off. I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20, WB ape. This is Mark 11. They want you to have allegiance to the party and allegiance to the ideology. That's Marxism. That's Mao. That's Lenin. That Stalin that's Castro. They are the state. Their party is the state Park lovin. Today You had five on the news and talk of Texas Use talking 20. W B A D w b a p.
"allegheny county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"allegheny county" Discussed on AP News
"Challenge this Republican Pole monitor in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, says she satisfied with the vote counting process. Do you think that here in their minor issues come up? I will say that they've made every Effort to correct said issues with the margins of victory so very thin. Some recounts are likely there are more protest tonight outside the vote counting facility in Philadelphia last night to out of state men were arrested for bringing weapons to the site, a California community college math instructor with ties To a far right anti government group has been released on bond after being charged with stalking and threatening Santa Clara County health Officer Dr Sara Cody. She's well known for daily briefings about the new Corona virus Authority seized large amounts of firearms and explosives from the suspect's home in Gilroy. State. Prison officials have ordered the lock down. At a medium security facility in northern Nevada. 93 inmates and seven staffers have tested positive for covert 19 Tropical Storm ADA has ravaged Guatemala with more than 100 deaths from mud slides. This is AP News Another big holiday tradition is being disrupted by the new Corona virus. Very Christmas Christmas season opens this weekend in Santa's hometown in Finnish lap land. They're facing a tourism crisis. It's going to create something like €200 million Lost Sara Car Kanaan is with visit Rovaniemi. Can it be somehow? Kind of replaced by the fence travelling over Christmas season on winter holidays, and we have our doubts. Santa himself says the magic of Christmas can come when people think happy thoughts when you follow your Social distancing rules and public health recommendations and everything like that. That makes us that magical Christmas I made Donaghy the Vatican's impose sanctions on a now retired prominent Polish cardinal after he was accused of sexually abusing a seminarian and of covering up abuse in another case. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Still counting ballots and electoral votes. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News MINUTE Democrat Joe Biden's taking a wider lead ahead of President Trump. In the latest tallies in Nevada, Pennsylvania and Georgia in Fulton County. Election director Richard Baron says they're almost done finishing up the count for provisional ballot. Andi your cover, which is military and overseas ballots. Over at the state for Marina, he says Cove in 19 recently hit their facility infecting 25 election workers. The Republican National Committee is preparing challenges to vote counts in Georgia and Michigan, alleging there were problems with some ballots. There can be a recount in Georgia if the margins under half a percent Illinois's governor may have been exposed to covet 19, he says. He's self isolating. You know who's a first time voter. This week, NASCAR's only black full time driver bubble. Wallace. He's He didn't really follow politics until the racial justice protests this year. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. The counting continues and the margins are narrowing in the presidential race. Joe Biden holds a razor thin lead in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia. Fulton County Election Director Richard Baron here in Fulton County. Fat Lady has almost sunk. All early votes have been counted. All day of votes have been counted. All absentee ballots have been counted. The slow pace of this year's election count is fueling a lot of anxiety. But it's the combination of more voters 15 million more than the prior presidential election and millions of voters mailing in ballots to stay safe against Cove in 19. Officials in ST Charles, Missouri, say they don't know yet of covert 19 was the cause of death for an election supervisor. She died Wednesday after working a 15 hour shift Tuesday at the polls. There are more rallies tonight outside the Philadelphia Convention Center where ballots are being counted. District Attorney Larry Krasner says Thursday to Virginia men with handguns were arrested and an assault rifle was found inside their Hummer vehicle. The air style weapon had no serial number. That there was ammunition. Both in the vehicle and in the weapons Forecasters are warning Hurricane ADA could be near Cuba and the South Florida coast line after this weekend. That storm triggered landslides in Guatemala, which may have killed as many as 100 people. U. S businesses have kept hiring at a solid pace in October. There are signs, though, that they remain cautious about adding on jobs. As the pandemic worsens. The unemployment rate has dropped a 6.9%. This is AP News. Republican lawmakers are trying to walk a fine line with President Trump making unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud. Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey called Trump's claim of fraud very disturbing and says there's no evidence of widespread corruption or fraud. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell struck a more neutral tone. I think this is ultimately going to be decided exactly what I said in my tweet you're gonna have Contest you're going to have Court decisions that how we settle these kinds of disputes in this country. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's time to take away.
The count goes on — with Biden on the cusp of presidency
"As the exacting work of counting votes continues Joe Biden has widened his lead over president trump in critical battleground states Joe Biden is on the cusp of winning the presidency he opened up narrow leads on Friday night in Pennsylvania Nevada and Georgia putting him in a stronger position to capture two hundred and seventy electoral college votes Biden struck a presidential tone as he appeared with running mate Kamilla Harris we don't have a final declaration a victory yet but the numbers tell us it's clear it chose the clear and convincing story we're going to win this race after speaking from the podium of the White House briefing room on Thursday they're trying to rig election president trump was at the White House taking to Twitter to pledge further legal action and wondering why the lease he held on election night had been disappearing in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Allegheny county executive an election for chairman Richard fitzgerald explained which way the remaining votes were breaking all mail in ballots the typical mail in ballots are from Allegheny county they've been run about eighty twenty Jennifer king Washington
"allegheny county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Right now. Pennsylvania is looking at counting roughly 100,000 or so ballast to go. 6.7 million have already been cast. We do know that a majority of balance they're still being counted here in Philadelphia, as well as in Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh. Those two areas that are expected to do vote in large numbers for Joe Biden. We also do know that of these outstanding ballot. The majority of them are melon dollars, and those have been breaking heavily for Joe Biden as well. He has a lead right now roughly 14 or 15,000 votes. That margin is expected to grow as these final votes are counted. Officials here being very careful about when they think discounting might conclude, they said earlier in the week, it could be as early as tonight. At another caution. You could take a little bit more time. You're right about the lawsuits. There have been many here in Pennsylvania in the weeks and days after the election as well. There's been a lot of legal interest here. With Republicans looking at provisional ballots in court and whether or not some of those could be challenged looking at these votes that came in after election before election Day, up up until 8 p.m. but are now being processed because under the law, they could be accounted if they're received. Bye bye by that point s, so there's a lot going on here. Judy. By again. Officials are urging patients here because it will take some time Dan given that it's still unresolved..
Pennsylvania ballot counting is delayed
"In Pennsylvania, they've announced that Allegheny County is not going to begin counting about 30,000 ballots. Until tomorrow. These systems are just broken. They're just broken. I mean that the possibility of undermining public confidence is so unbelievably high when you delay the count's this way when you're not counting through the night when you are delaying the counts. And obviously it's because of this patchwork of laws that have been created. That's not just on Democrats and Republicans. It was on Republicans in Wisconsin. It's on Republicans to a certain extent in Arizona. A lot of the message that air created here bipartisan message and they require natural cleanup. There's a reason that Florida runs this thing. Really tightly runs. This runs really clean shit when it comes to the voting count. According Crisp Otter. The reason why Allegheny County, which includes Areas that are very democratic and could make up the difference for the four for Joe Biden against Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. Right now, Trump holds a very slim lead in Pennsylvania. The reason that Allegheny County apparently is being delayed is because the ballots in question, according Chris Potter, who's reporter for W say, require special attention. The vast majority of the 29,000 involved situation where a vendor sent the wrong balance voters and then had to reissue new balance with the correct races. Challenges there. Now voters who have to balance one with the wrong race is you have to give those balances special security to make sure that a people don't vote twice and B. If they just send in the old one. They don't vote in races. They are eligible for us. You can't just scan them along with the rest. Other ballots in the pot include those that don't scan for another reason. When a team won't process the amount of the check. You want deposits. You have to bring it into the bank office when ballots required special scrutiny. The county records at the vote through return board whose members are sworn in and for that purpose. The board reviews the results tell it up by election workers after polls closed but also addressed his provisional ballots. Military ballots, etcetera. Board members are said to be sworn in Tomorrow, the Friday after Election Day. Is nothing in the fairy is here. The county's GOP chair is comfortable with the process. This is also not people just taking a day off. The other factors. The county has to wait until Friday for mail in ballots to come in there were postmarked by Election Day. That whole situation was adjudicated by the courts as faras the complaints that that Republicans have about ballots coming in after Election Day, they're not postmarked. Those ballots are in fact being sequestered there being kept separate from the other ballots until if the Supreme Court has to rule on that the Supreme Court will rule on that. As well. There are a lot of rumors out there right now regarding the possibility of voter irregularities and voter fraud. This is exacerbated by the fact that the Trump team is filing some fairly while predicated lawsuits. Apparently there's one lawsuit in Pennsylvania that they just had granted. It was an injunction forcing The trump ballot watchers to be allowed into The balloting areas. So this is it's all a mess. I mean, I think the short story here is is all a mess.
"allegheny county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's here and now Pennsylvania is a crucial battleground state another Blue Wall ST that Donald Trump won in 2016, and that Joe Biden hopes to win this year. It will take some time to count all the ballots cast in Pennsylvania and to know which candidate will actually win the 20 electoral college votes. Joining us now is W reporter Lucy Perkins. She's at the Allegheny County Elections Warehouse. Lucie welcome. Thank you. So there is a legal fight over mail in ballots in Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Republicans tried to block the counting of late arriving ballots. But the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that ballots that arrived by Friday and are postmarked by November, 3rd can be counted. So what's the timeline for getting the final vote count in Pennsylvania? That is what everybody is wondering right now. So you know right now, what's happening is that Allegheny County and a lot of counties are still tallying mail in ballots there about a million left to count in Pennsylvania. These are ballots that obviously were received before eight PM deadline on Election Day, But counties have been asked to set any ballots aside that they've received today or tomorrow or Friday. Up until that five PM deadline. I know that here In the Pittsburgh area. They received 500 ballots in the mail today that they'll be adding to that count. So we are tallying those and then you know, there are other ballots in Allegheny County that we can't even begin to start tallying until Friday, like provisional ballots, so people who had Problems with their mail in ballots or, you know, never got their Millon dollars or something like that. They could go to the polls and vote provisionally. So those those numbers we don't even know yet how many how many ballots, provisional ballots where were were cast so You know, it's going to be a days It's gonna be days. Yeah, for sure. You know, Trump beat Hillary Clinton by just 44,000 votes in 2016 margin less than 1%. The Trump campaign is calling for a recount in Wisconsin. Should we expect a recount in Pennsylvania? I mean, of course, I'm asking you this question, Lucy, knowing that we still have so many ballots that have yet to be counted. But what would that look like? Well, you're right. It is very early to be asking that question. And, you know, we've talked to officials this morning and this afternoon who have kind of agreed with that, But it would be very early to even talk about that. Pennsylvania does allow for an automatic recount, if if it's less than 0.5% Point victory for one candidate or the other, But again, we won't even know that into all these ballots are counted. You know, we also are waiting for military and overseas ballots that have Until next Tuesday to get in. So you know, there are lots of deadlines that we're days away from reaching. Yeah, I mentioned you're you're at an election's warehouse. What's it like there today? And what's the mood? The state overall is everyone is just waiting and watching Pennsylvania. Yeah, I mean, in the lead up to the election, all the voters I talked to were anxious on both sides. You know, this was a swing state that was decided by 44,292 votes in 2016, and that's the number that's burned into a lot of people's brains here. So in the lead up people who are really anxious. They were hoping to see their candidate win big so that it didn't come down to Pennsylvania. But obviously it might, and that's kind of the same feeling that that we're seeing in the warehouse, you know. There's been some issues with scanners jamming ballots that were, you know, folded for a long period of time, have Really sharp creases in them because voters were nervous and they got their ballots back sooner. But that meant they were sitting in envelopes for longer and it takes more work to flatten them and scan them so they're more jams, and that's forced officials to upload ballots in smaller batches. So it's really just a waiting game right now, and there's there's anxiety, but we're just sitting Yeah, a lot of pressure as well because the president has spoken about Pennsylvania and the potential for voter fraud. He's really putting that out there. Yes, on DH. That's obviously nothing new from from the president's rhetoric, but I spoke with one of the members of the Allegheny County Boards of Board of Elections is a Republican, he said. You know, he's been surveilling and supervising Thie election account here at the warehouse that I've been at for much of the last day and He has no reason to believe that there's been any fraud. He says that Allegheny County at least is pulling off the best processing job of these these ballots of any county in the state, and he Expect anything coming down the pike in the future to be done in the same manner. That's a W A s a reporter Lucy Perkins joining us from the Allegheny County Elections Warehouse. Lucy Thank you so much. Thank you. And let's go back to Wisconsin in Joe Biden's calm now, although the Trump campaign is calling for a recount, as we've said Earlier in the day, Election Commission Administrator Megan Wolf said with all unofficial results, but one small township in Joe Biden was in the lead by a little more than 21,000 votes. President Trump's campaign manager is claiming reports of irregularities in several Wisconsin counties and is requesting a recount. But former Republican Governor Scott Walker tweeted that Biden's tally might be too high. A hurdle for President Trump to overcome very burden is director of the Elections Research Center at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Barry. First of all we heard just a bit ago on the program that the reason that small township hasn't delivered the ballots is that someone went home sick, which is kind of sweet in a way, you know, that's really You know real boots on the ground politics, nobody could figure out again and get them. But what about the Trump campaign's allegations of regularities poll workers improperly Correcting or curing ballots. What is that? It's hard to know exactly what is meant by that. At this point. It's really just in early assertion, and I think we'll have to be followed up by details in litigation. On and the initial complaint that the campaign or its allies might file There've been a lot of absentee ballots, of course cast in Wisconsin, as there have been in so many states this year. A new process for a lot of voters and I think has really taxed the capacities of election officials. I'm not aware of any irregularities, but it will be incumbent on the trump folks to point those out and identify them. And what does that mean to cure a ballot? Well, there are cases in every state but also in Wisconsin, where a ballot is missing something when it's returned to the election official, it may be missing the signature of the voter on the outside of the sort of certificate envelope. It may be missing the signature of a witness, which is required in Wisconsin. Or maybe even more Commonly, The address of the witness must be written on the envelope. And so it's there's a There's an opportunity for clerks if they have time before the election to reach out to those voters to try to correct those problems, and sometimes the ballots are mailed back to the voter. Secure them. Sometimes the voters invited to come into the office to add a signature provides some other information. So apparently, the Trump campaign is focused on some aspect of that curing process, particularly in Milwaukee, where there were the largest number of absentee ballots. But we don't know exactly just yet what their concern is. Well, your election Commission administrator, Megan Wolf is bristling at the notion that people were doing anything improper. So we'll see how that plays out. But how does it play out? I mean, if there is a recount How does that work? We all think of hanging chads. You know, in Florida, the little piece of paper that you know, people weren't sure if it was a punched through vote or just a thing hanging there. What? What does the recount look like? If it is to happen in your state? Well, nearly every voter in the state uses an optical scan ballot. So this looks like a scantron test. You may be familiar with filling in a bubble for a candidate that's then fed into a machine that optically reads the valid That means there's a paper record that can be reviewed Eat..
US 2020 election: Counting continues in key battleground state
"Possible morning. A several critical battleground states have Ending votes to be counted. But President Trump claimed victory overnight Democrat Joe Biden telling his supporters the election isn't over till every vote is in tabulation in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania continues. And while President Trump has helped needs in those three states, and despite his claim of victory, ah lot of expected Democratic strongholds such as the Philadelphia area and its suburbs, Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh, A lot of outstanding votes across the state. There are at least eight counties as well. That haven't even started processing or counting. Absentee mail in ballots. Marker Malard
"allegheny county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sorry. So let's go to a Joe Biden here is about to make remarks. He's in a parking lot at a drive in outdoor celebration. Your patience is command herbal. We knew this is gonna go but who knew were going to go into? Maybe tomorrow morning? Maybe the longer But look We feel good about where we are way. Really? I'm here to tell you night way believe we're on track to win this election way We knew because of the unprecedented early vote in the mail and vote. It's gonna take a while. We're gonna have to be patient until we, uh the hard work of Italian votes is finished. And it ain't over till every vote is counted. Every ballot is counted more feeling good. We're feeling good about where we are. We believe one of the Nets has suggests that we've already won Arizona, but we're confident about Arizona. That's a turnaround were also just called from Minnesota. And we're still in the game in Georgia, although that's not what we expected. We're feeling really good about Wisconsin and Michigan bythe. It's gonna take time to count. Those were goingto win Pennsylvania folks in Philly, Allegheny County Scranton, and they're really.
Absentee-Ballot Expansion Promotes Early Voting This Year
"Early than ever before, way more at 2.5 weeks before Election Day, Some states are already up to a third of their total turnouts from 2016. That's being driven by absentee ballot expansion all over the country because of the pandemic and a surge of in person early voting, But not everything has gone smoothly. We've seen long lines in Georgia and Texas and tens of thousands of mistakes with mail ballots. Joining us now to talk about all of this is NPR's Miles parks who covers voting. Hey, miles high there. So just how big has the early voting this year? It's been huge, more than 17. Million people have voted already, according to this database compiled by University of Florida professor Michael McDonald, and it's hard to really overstate how unprecedented that is. You know, it's about five times as many people who had voted at the same time in the 2016 cycle. Target smart. This data firm that works with Democrats has done some analysis on the initial numbers has been significantly more Democrats than Republicans, which isn't that surprising when you consider you know the sort of rhetoric President Trump specifically is used about vote by mail, But there are also some other interesting trends. You know, we're seeing more than seven times as many African American voters at this point now, as opposed to 2016 Which seems to be driven by this increase in early voting access in states with higher black populations like North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia. That's interesting. Well, we have been seeing pictures of these long lines at many of these early polling places. Can you talk about how smoothly the vote has been going so far? Yeah, There's clearly been some hiccups with in person and with vote by mail options, it seems like computer problems have contributed to a lot of the in person delays that people have seen photos off in Georgia. The database used to check people in was slowed down because of all of this traffic on the website. There were similar stories in Texas Houston Public Media's Elizabeth Tro Vel spoke to a voter named Renee, who spent nearly four hours in line going to three different precincts. I cry. I frankly think it's a form of voter suppression. There's no way there should be a glitch on the first day of early voting. No way and then you're gonna tell me I gotta one place and they say it's the printer. Come over here. This is the printer. Then they said the main system I've just never seen anything like this ever. You know this is a tough problem for election officials. Obviously, no one should have to wait that long to vote. But we also knew the pandemic, combined with potentially historic turnout would be in some problems for in person. Voting and lines do usually get better, I should say after the first couple days of early voting the wait times in Gwinnett County, Georgia, for instance, which was showing waits at 234 hours earlier this week on its online tracker today, when you look it was mostly under an hour. Well, what about voting by mail? I mean, a lot of people have been worried about the post office handling so many ballots are those concerns justified so far. Yeah, I mean, we've seen a lot of administrative errors, reports of administrative errors with the absentee balloting. Just yesterday in Pennsylvania, Allegheny County announced that 28,000 voters got mailed the wrong ballots, but it's also important to realize scale. We're talking about thousands of ballots, but 80 million ballots have been requested nationwide. Here's former deputy Postmaster general Ron Stroman. Despite some of those concerns, things were going at this point I'm reasonably well, Stroman said. It's important to remember that if you're hearing about a mistake at this point in the election, like in Allegheny County, for instance, officials realized their errors early enough to send out new ballots and fix the problems. That is NPR's miles. Parks. Thank you, Miles. Thank you. One company
"allegheny county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"For the yes are sorry for the quick, quick delay Their folks I got, guys. I'm sorry to scare you. I had to bend down to get a piece paper than I thought I could grab it quickly, And then I had extend myself a little further self. I apologize, sort for this light the light, so Bill Barb sure is going to get tested every day for the next week or 10 days. To see what's going on. And then I mentioned Mike Pence as well. So with Vice President Pence he was involved in a little fender bender bus crash and just kind of odd. I don't know how If the VP is in a bus, the sitting vice president United States how traffic would have this type of proximity to his campaign bus, But earlier today there was an accident. With Pence's bus and a dump truck. What's AH dub truck. I know folks are probably looking for all kinds of symbolism and irony. Here. Listen, the facts are that vice President Pence was in a vehicle collision. This happened this morning. He's out stumping for Trump Pence 2020. He is going for the western Pennsylvania. And His bus collided with a dump truck. This was an Allegheny County. For the media want near the Pittsburgh area, right around 11 a.m. This morning that the Trump 2020 campaign bus collided with a dump truck and again, I'll say it again. How the heck did a dump truck or any traffic? Uh, have that close. I thought they roadblock, don't they? As you travel, Don't they have a A motorcade to protect against this kind of thing or any a dump truck collision. Into the Trump 2020 campaign bus. So after the minor fender bender than the journey resumed. In a limo. So I I guess he got off the campaign bus and then got into a limo. So I don't know if that means that the campaign bus was incapacitated again. I printed the story. They might be more information out on it now. But he did resume. He wasn't hurt the vice president Ah, and then this is insane, then. Some motorcycles that were part of the security detail. Then, about 15 minutes later, they went down. So two motorcycles as part of the security detail, part of the motorcade. I would imagine war. Part of maybe police blocking roads. Two motorcycles went down. And there was an ambulance spotted at the scene of this second accident so within the span of 15 minutes in western Pennsylvania, The Trump 2020. Campaign tour bus with vice president Pence on board gets hit by a dump truck. And then 15 minutes later, we have motorcycles to go down. Requiring an ambulance. But I think the writers were okay and they were just being checked out as a precaution, according to the reports that I saw so clearly a just an odd day. Does anything, folks surprise you? Does anything these days shock you in the very least? No, it's Kelly. We're in crazy world that we have. Ah, the Yankees schedule now a sort of influx. We have a Phillies Corona virus cases. Now we'll get to this in just a matter of moments on then what's going on? With Major League Baseball. And what are these baby sitters? That Major league Baseball is? Ah, making the teams travel with so I'll tell you about that. And then of course we have. Ah, the N ba In the bubble, so that's coming up in just a bit. And then yes, we have to spend some time and we will will talk about Herman Cain. And his death today from Co. Vered 19. And yes, he was at the Trump Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Did he contract covert 19 massless? In Tulsa. We know that they were secret service agents that had contracted so, although we'll get into all that coming up in just a bit here on Schmidt. It's going to be busy hour number three. And you don't want to miss any of this. Hey, I want to talk about Your sleep. You've heard me talk about this for a while now, And there's a reason why, because purple is making a mattress that has changed the industry. Purple has made a mattress that has changed sleep. The mattress has finally evolved. Thanks to the folks at purple Mattress. The purple Grant..
Antonio Brown won’t face criminal charges for alleged 2017 incidents
"Coming up no criminal prosecution for patriots receiver Antonio brown and one of the places where he allegedly assaulted his former fitness trainer the Allegheny county district attorney's office contacted Britney Taylor about her allegations against Antonio brown but determined they fall outside the statute of limitations in a lawsuit Taylor said brown sexually assaulted her in Pittsburgh where he played for the Steelers in June of twenty seventeen brown has denied it and has denied assaulting Taylor twice more in Florida a defense attorney said brown and Taylor had a consensual relationship the NFL has interviewed Taylor but it's not clear the legal pursue an interview with brown because right now there is no criminal
"allegheny county" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is the drive by media, Biden have the greatest launch all manage great as long as there's ever been Trump is in fact, you know, what let's play let's play by I grab audio at number two. This would make more sense. Here's Biden this is our montage of his announcement yesterday in Pittsburgh at at Allegheny county, which he forgot how to pronounce early on here. Maga- bony county or Sunday corrects himself. But he was not was not all there, folks. Hang here. We go. Thank rich FitzGerald account, executive Getty count, executive being here and all my time in public life from gotten involved the country wasn't built by Wall Street banker CEO and fun. Man, if they had a price hard times. Everybody took a hit workers the UAW took spreadable cuts their future their pensions. The let to get GM working there. Also got that said last year and try to cut wages freeze wages for the people right today the same as happening big Haas of this big hospital system, I have to rethink how we define what constitutes successful Konami. What America don't think they're to have the same standard being they had how can a person dignity maintained. Why they do that as investing much more in medical research to convert to conquer devastating disease like cancer.
"allegheny county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rush Limbaugh, a more fun than a human being. Allowed to have on the nation's most listened to radio talk show. Okay. Here's our montage. This is the drive by media Biden had the greatest launch. Oh, man is greatest launch. There's ever been Trump is in fact, you know, what let's play let's play by I grab audio sound bite. Number two. This would make more sense. Here's Biden this is our montage of his announcement yesterday in Pittsburgh at at Allegheny county, which he forgot how to pronounce early on here. Maga- bony county or Sunday corrects himself. But he was not was not all there, folks. Hang on. Here. We go. Thank rich FitzGerald account, executive Allegheny county executive being here and all my time in public life from us. I've gotten involved the country wasn't built by Wall Street, bankers CEO and hutch hedge fund man, if the enterprise our times, everybody took a hit union workers the UAW took inextricable cuts in their future and their pensions and the left to get GM working there. Also got that last year and try to cut wages or freeze wages for the people right today the same as happening big hospital big hospital systems, I've got to rethink how we define what constitutes a successful economy. What American children have the same standard? They had how can a person dignity maintained. Why why they do that? As investing much more in medical research to convert to conquer devastating diseases like cancer, addiction,.
"allegheny county" Discussed on KTRH
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"allegheny county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"By media Biden had the greatest launch. All man is greatest launch. There's ever been Trump is in fact, you know, what let's play let's play by the first grab audio summit. Number two. This would make more sense. Here's biden. This is our montage of his announcement yesterday in Pittsburgh at at Allegheny county, which he forgot how to pronounce early on here. Maga- bony county or Sunday corrects himself. But he was not was not all there, folks. Hang here. We go. Thank rich FitzGerald account executive out Getty count executive being here. All my time in public life from the sub gotten involved the country wasn't built by Wall Street banker CEO's and hutch hedge fund man, if the enterprise our times, everybody took a hit union workers the UAW took stretchable cuts their future and their pensions in the left to get GM working there. Also got that last year and try to cut wages freeze wages for the people right today. The same is happening big hospital big hospital systems. I have to rethink how we define what constitutes a successful comic. What America think children have the same standard day had how can person dignity maintained why why they do that? As investing much more in medical research to convert to conquer devastating disease, like cancer, addiction, Alzheimer's..
"allegheny county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rush limbaugh. More fun human being. Should be allowed to have on the nation's most listened to radio talk show. Okay. Here's our montage. This is the drive by media Biden had the greatest launch. Oh, man is the greatest launch. There's ever been Trump is in fact, you know, what let's play let's play by them. I grab audio sound bite. Number two. This would make more sense. Here's biden. This is our montage of his announcement yesterday in Pittsburgh at at Allegheny county, which he forgot how to pronounce early on here. Maga- bony county or Sunday corrects himself. But he was not was not all there, folks. Hang on. Here. We go. Thank rich FitzGerald account. Executive out Getty county, executive beat here and all my time in public life from the sub gotten involved the country wasn't built by Wall Street banker CEO's and hutch frontman if the enterprise hard times everybody took a hit union workers the UAW took inextricable cuts in their future and their pensions in the left to get GM working there. Also got that said last year and try to cut wages freeze wages for the people right today. The same is happening big hospital big hospital systems. I've got to rethink how we define what constitutes a successful economy. What America think children have the same standard? They had how can a person dignity maintained be why they do that. As investing much more in medical research to convert to conquer devastating diseases like cancer, addiction, Alzheimer's..
"allegheny county" Discussed on WTVN
"Roadways before I attempt to drive to work that might be part of the solution right there. James? Thanks for calling six ten WTVN. What do you think about the the gas tax prepay option? I'm just calling to give you guys a warning. I live right. I live in our and a half across the border in Pennsylvania. And is this your first gas tax in Ohio? No, no, we we've got a gas tax. That's on. It's not nearly as steep as yours. I believe yours is the worst in the nation, isn't it allegation? Yeah. It is Allegheny county. It's almost seventy cents a gallon. Yeah. Seventy cents a gallon. So just remember anytime you give the government the power to tax your taxes. Never go down. They only go up, and it gets even worse than just the state coming after us in Pennsylvania local counties municipalities star. You know, hey, this is the way we can get more money, and it just never ever end. Our roads are still crap. And the bridges are absolutely terrible all of them, or I I I wanna say they're labeled dangerous or unsafe. You know, just nothing ever happens with them. And it's absolutely terrible. And I'm afraid you guys are going down that same road James while I appreciate the dire picture that you've been. To help you out. Thanks for listening. I appreciate it. We'd love to hear from you as well. The grace will get to you coming up. Please sit tight, and if you want to grab a line and get some open eight to one WTVN eight hundred six ten WTVN. I express pros dot com. Tired of the job search of biscuits to know? Express. Employment professionals.
"allegheny county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Protesters demanded that the Allegheny county district attorney who prosecuted the case be removed from office. They also called for police reform, including the establishment of a citizens police review board that would oversee every police department and the county for NPR news. I'm Lucy Perkins in Pittsburgh to Thailand. Now, where the polls are closed in the first general election since the military seized power in a coup in two thousand fourteen broadly speaking, the vote pits military, aligned parties against pro democracy opposition rival says Michael Sullivan reports nearly fifty one million Thais were eligible to vote in today's election. Some seven million of them for the first time in turn out was heavy. The two thousand fourteen coup leader turned prime minister prior Chano chop is seeking to keep his job as head of a military backed party. He's opposed by the same forces the military overthrew in two thousand fourteen plus a new party led by a charismatic forty year old who's fiercely opposed to the military's role in politics and popular. With younger voters. Tired of the same old players in Thailand's long-running feud between the military-backed royalist Bangkok elite and populist. Parties linked to former prime minister toxin Chinnawat parties, which have won every election since two thousand one for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok. The Venezuelan government is condemning sanctions imposed by the United States against its development banks foreign ministry, denounced the move saying more than twenty four million Venezuelans would be affected. The BBC's will grant reports from Caracas decision to impose sanctions on Venezuela's development Bank. Bandages who's directly linked to the move by the government to arrest. The opposition leader one way, those chief of staff the Bank subsidiaries in Uruguay and Bolivia will also hit by the measure from the US treasury the dodo and his enablers have distorted the original purpose of the Bank. The US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement, adding that it was part of a desperate attempt to hold onto power. The Venezuelan foreign ministry denounced the sanctions as unilateral coercive, and delete the BBC's will grant reporting. You're listening to NPR news. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is heading to Washington. He is to meet with President Trump tomorrow and the president's reversal of US policy on the Golan Heights. Seems to be a certain major focus of their Oval Office meeting. Netanyahu's also to address the annual conference of a pack the largest pro Israel lobbying group in the USCCA. Pat conference begins today, I will governor Kim Reynolds says President Trump has granted her request for an extra bite in expedited disaster declaration for fifty six counties hit by flooding along the Missouri. River the president approved a similar declaration on Thursday for Nebraska, the flooding in the Missouri. River watershed is being blamed for killing at least three people. Property losses are being estimated at more than three billion dollars. There will be a new champion immense. College basketball this season. Purdue knocked defending champion Villanova out of the NCAA tournament last night beating Villanova eighty seven to sixty one last year's other fine. Analysts advanced as Greg Acklin reports. Michigan lost the title game last year against Villanova. So in an effort to return to the final four wolverines coach John beeline says his returning players needed to buy into the philosophy of improving defensively. I think are thirty three wins last year was a sales job. They they they knew it. Right. That we had we had a team with some really veteran players Michigan's tough defense was on display in the wolverines sixty four forty nine victory over Florida. The wolverines a number two seed have reached the thirty win plateau for the second straight season for NPR news. I'm Gregg Acklin and on trial Snyder in Washington. Support for NPR comes from the Ken and Lucy Leman foundation who appreciate that. For three decades NPR has helped them to better understand complex nation and world through its in-depth coverage of events ideas and cultures and the listeners who support this NPR station. I think what our generation seems to be a living through is the realization that rationalism is only part of the answer. I think the first one to notice this. How should we're perfectly rational decisions and behaviors. So there's the sense that religion has to be more than rationalism.
"allegheny county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Protesters demanded that the Allegheny county district attorney who prosecuted the case be removed from office. They also called for police reform, including the establishment of a citizens police review board that would oversee every police department and the county for NPR news. I'm Lucy Perkins in Pittsburgh to Thailand. Now, where the polls are closed in the first general election since the military seized power in a coup in twenty fourteen broadly speaking, the vote pits military, aligned parties against pro democracy opposition rival says Michael Sullivan reports nearly fifty one million Thais were eligible to vote in today's election. Some seven million of them for the first time in turn out was heavy. The two thousand fourteen coup leader, turn prime minister Chano chop is seeking to keep his job as head of eight military backed party. He's opposed by the same forces the military overthrew in two thousand fourteen plus a new party led by a charismatic forty year old who's fiercely opposed to the military's role in politics and popular. With younger voters. Tired of the same old players in Thailand's long-running feud between the military-backed royalist Bangkok elite and populist. Parties linked to former prime minister toxin Chinnawat parties, which have won every election since two thousand one for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok Venezuelan government is condemning sanctions imposed by the United States against development, Bank, the foreign ministry. Denounced the move saying more than twenty four million Venezuelans would be affected. The BBC's will grant reports from Caracas decision to impose sanctions on Venezuela's development, Bank, bandits whose direct he linked to the move by the government to arrest. The opposition leader long way, those chief of staff the Bank subsidiaries in Uruguay and Bolivia were also hit by the measure from the US treasury, the dodo and his enablers have distorted the original purpose of the Bank. The US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement, adding that it was part of a desperate attempt to hold onto power. Venezuelan foreign ministry denounced the sanctions as unilateral coercive and illegal the BBC's will grant reporting. You're listening to NPR news. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is heading to Washington. He is to meet with President Trump tomorrow and the president's reversal of US policy on the Golan Heights seems to be a certain major focus so their Oval Office meeting Netanyahu's also to address the annual conference of a pack the largest pro Israel lobbying group in the USCCA. Pat conference begins today, I will governor Kim Reynolds says President Trump has granted her request for an extra to buy in expedited disaster declaration for fifty six counties hit by flooding along the Missouri. River the president approved a similar declaration on Thursday for Nebraska, the flooding in the Missouri. River watershed is being blamed for killing at least three people. Property losses are being estimated at more than three billion dollars. There will be a new champion in men's college basketball this season. Purdue knocked defending champion Villanova out of the NCAA tournament last night beating Villanova eighty seven to sixty one last year's other fine. Analysts advanced as Greg Acklin reports. Michigan lost the title game last year against Villanova. So in an effort to return to the final four wolverines. Coach John line says his returning players needed to buy into the philosophy of improving defensively. I think are thirty three wins last year was a sales job. They they they knew it. Right. That we had we had a team with some real veteran players Michigan's tough defense was on display in the wolverines sixty four forty nine victory over Florida. The wolverines a number two seed have reached the thirty wind plateau for the second straight season for NPR news. I'm Gregg Acklin and Giles Snyder in Washington. Support for NPR. How from the Ken and Lucy Leman foundation who appreciate that. For three decades NPR has helped them to better understand the complex nation and world through its end of coverage of events ideas and cultures and the listeners who support this NPR station..
Women march through Washington against Trump's immigration policy
"From abc news i'm todd at president trump has pledged swift nomination to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy but congressional democrats are vowing to fight democrats are going to do what they can to try to oppose this try to highlight anything that they can show that how american life will be impacted and indeed this could have a huge impact on everything from abortion rights to gay rights civil rights justice matters environmental matters labor matters all of that is very much in the ether for what promises to be a hot in volatile summer of confirmation battles bbcnews political director rick another largescale demonstration in the rio grande valley protesting us immigration policy the organizer of today's protests in brownsville texas is the aclu which released a video in advance of the event placing blame for the immigration crisis squarely at the feet to the president started when donald trump tore styles of immigrant children away from their parents the aclu and other organizations will rally in front of the federal courthouse where some of the undocumented immigrants caught at the border face prosecution abc's jim ryan along the us mexico border deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and fbi director chris wray are scheduled to bear on capitol hill today to answer questions about the justice department's inspector general's report deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and fbi director christopher ray will testify before the house judiciary committee on the inspector general's findings in the report text messages between two fbi agents were revealed in one message agent peter struck vowed to prevent donald trump from winning the two thousand sixteen presidential election both ray and rosenstein will be grilled about their agencies and departments behavior ahead of that election stephanie ramos abc news capitol hill the allegheny county pennsylvania district attorneys filed criminal homicide charges against east pittsburgh police officer michael rosenfeld for fatally shooting seventeen year old antoine rose last week you're listening to abc news we're at five oh two now newsradio six ten wtvn news first at five continues i'm ken stevens keeping to go with traffic and weather we do it every ten minutes mornings.
"Luscious" Johnny Valiant, former WWE wrestler, is dead at 71
"Border protection i'm ed donahue with an ap news minute the trump administration has not worked on any numbers yet on us troops that will be going to the border with mexico and as many trips as we need to get the mission homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen says help from the national guard is needed to free up law enforcement assets for securing the border police in atlanta say the body of an employee at the centers for disease control and prevention timothy cunningham who was reported missing more than six weeks ago has been found in a river in atlanta new york mayor bill de blasio says it's a tragedy by any measure police in brooklyn responding to reports of a man with a gun shot and killed a man holding a pipe that looked like a gun it's very plausible former professional wrestling champion luscious johnny valiant has died the allegheny county medical examiner's that valiant who's really is thomas sullivan was killed while crossing a street in the pittsburgh suburb he was reportedly not in the crosswalk when it happened world wrestling entertainment hall of famer valiant won the world tag team championships in nineteen seventy four with james fanning as the valiant brothers andy partnered with gentlemen jerry valiant to win the world tag team championships in nineteen seventy nine you also managed whole cogan in the nineteen eighties valiant was seventy one how republicans and democrats view sexual harassment differ ap correspondent warren levinson reports on a new poll six out of ten democrats told the pew research center the united states has a big problem with women being sexually harassed and not being believed when they complain only about a third of republicans see it that way since the rise of the metoo movement some states have moved to strengthen anti harassment laws mainly democratic controlled states such as connecticut and california fifty nine percent of women and twenty seven percent of men say in the few survey scientists have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth daylight or pesticides the vegetables were grown in a greenhouse in antarctica as part.