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"From ABC news time Chuck rich in Chicago police say accurate jussie smollet could face charges for his alleged attack. After three weeks of investigation into his claim of being attacked Chicago police said they've now classified jussie smollet as a suspect in the filing of a false report. Police also said detectives were presenting evidence to a grand jury smelled. I told police he was walking home January twenty ninth when two men hurled racist and homophobic slurs and put a noose around his neck, Illinois law makes it a crime to tell police in offense has been committed. When in fact, it's known at the time. There was no such offence. ABC's? Aaron Katersky smell it hasn't commented yet, but has repeatedly stood by his account. Federal officials say a Coast Guard Lieutenant charged with gun and drug charges was planning a major attack on civilians prominent congressional Democrats activists and media personalities the FBI calls forty nine year old Christopher Harrison, a domestic terrorist with racist views hate groups in America. Are growing the number of hate groups in the US in two thousand eighteen rose seven percent over the year before reaching a record one thousand twenty groups according to the southern poverty law center's year in hate and extremism reports during this last year, we've seen a huge jump in the number of white nationalist groups. Heidi by Rick with SP L see says, they found a nearly fifty percent increase in the number of white nationalist groups. They also found a rise in black nationalist groups, which jumped thirteen percent between two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen Mark Remillard, ABC news in the wake of a botched drug raid last month where two people were killed Houston police chief art Esa veto says the FBI has launched a civil rights investigation into the conduct of officers were not about leaving stones unturned. We leave. We take every stone. We look what's under it. And we seek the truth. We were soldiers of the law, and we're committed a constitution policing. And that's what we're doing an officer falsified documents to justify the raid. Prosecutors say fourteen hundred cases involving that officer or under review. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison wyatt. He says.
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"Minor good evening of Allison Wyatt News, radio, 6 10 w TBN traffic and weather together, powered by TEM Star heating and cooling products. Here's Johnny Hill. Very Little Freeway delay through downtown Columbus. But we do have a couple of issues on the North side won a fender bender actually being cleared on 2 70 Western Year 71. And a vehicle off to the right hand side. If you're trying to get onto to 70 east from 3 15 want to watch for an accident As you pass under North High Street. It is in the berm here. Traffic sponsored by mattress firm It's mattress firm's Fourth of July sale for a limited time, save up to $500 on a king bed for a queen price on top rated mattress brands.
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"Six ten WTVN. Allison wyatt. Early draw a lot of conclusions. But I think the conclusion that we should draw is we may have a bad guy doing bad things and take away his life. A handful of wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against Mount Carmel health system as well as Dr William Houston today. Now, Ohio's attorney general is calling for the immediate suspension of Dr Houston's licensed to practice medicine across the state. Privately hear the complaint, and then if they elect to do the summary suspension, then within fifteen days there has to be where the doctor gets to defend himself wishes and my office represents or conducts that hearing, so we'll we'll be ready to go. If the board wants to go that way, his call comes as Mount Carmel now says they suspect upwards of thirty four people may have died at the hands of the doctor who reportedly ordered lethal doses of drugs be administered to his patience Wright state university professors were again on the picket line today for day three of their strike several students. Join their faculty members to express their disappointment that the university and the union are still far apart on an agreement after two years of negotiations. You can go to your local career center. Get certificates and leave making sixty thousand dollars a year right out of high school, and you don't have a penny of college debt loot. Tenant governor told a convention of educators that the governor's office as behind them as they seek for changes to their campus. Lieutenant governor John Huston seeks to assure career and technical educators. They will get attention from the new administration. What I think many parents and students in probably people in the general public don't understand that you can get world-class skills right near local career center. You said says state funding is top of mind right now because of the calendar and the club essentially have two months to put the blueprint together for two years of state spending. Lieutenant governor says right now is the time to focus and get the spending blueprint for all of Ohio, correct at the state house. Jared alley NewsRadio six ten WTVN and the Red Cross issuing the call for blood donors today. They say.
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"WTVN. Allison wyatt. He's calling for accountability. After over two dozen people died in the care of the Mount Carmel west Dr. Obviously, a major concern that people continued to die after Mount Carmel had some notice or knowledge of the problem over a handful of wrongful death lawsuits have now been filed against amount Carmel is well, Dr William Houston attorney Gerald Leesburg told six ten WTVN Mark laser more lawsuits are pending the governor pushed for an alternative to high school today. Ohio governor, Mike dewine addressing a conference of career and technical educators in Columbus. The governor says too often career centers way too long for facility and equipment upgrades. We've got to figure out how the career centers can access the state money more. In regard to building. Wind has advice for local leaders who have not visited a career center or vocational school in a while you've not been your local career center lately, you need to go because it's not what it was ten years ago, or certainly not what it was twenty years ago at the state house, Jared NewsRadio six ten WTVN and Ohio lawmaker has reintroduced a Bill that would give animal control officer is more authority. No reason. Reason that a dog who has been vicious or not should be out in public unleashed on restrained and have the ability to attack someone state Representative neurology. And Tony says it is time to revisit the issue. Vicious animals. Franklin county now has text to nine on one services. The new service will greatly assist. Those who may be in a domestic violence situation are hiding simply cannot make a phone call at the time text to nine one we'll also work on some tablets and other devices. Liberty township trustees announced last night, they would not be replacing their firefighter paramedics with those in Delaware County, but the townships medical director Warren Yam, Rick will instead be off the job in ten days. Residents who attended the meeting say they're baffled by the decision as by dismissing Hamrick who's paid around six thousand dollars a year and contracting with Ohio State University hospitals for a new medical director that will cost taxpayers and additional twenty eight thousand dollars and Columbus police are on the hunt today for. Vandals who defaced a number of parking signs in the short, north Justice new parking fees went into effect. At least thirty one signs were covered with black or red spray paint. I'm Alison why antiwar ABC six first warning weather forecast in sixty seconds with one in two people looking to improve their health in.
Two killed as plane crashes near homes in Ohio: media
"Now Giuliani says those statements were hypothetical. You're listening to ABC news. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Allison wyatt. Frigid temperatures will be in place for another night the weekend winter storm canceled more than forty five hundred flights and AAA says the now the cold temperatures could be draining your car batteries. So we've seen more than double the normal amount of calls for normal Monday today, and people are not even working many people are off worker off school today. And we're still seeing more than double normal call volume because of the cold. You're also advised to keep your animals indoors tonight. The Arctic air that is much of the east coast could even spread as far south as the Florida, panhandle. But a warmup is coming as soon as tomorrow afternoon with a high that should be around thirty nine most in in most of Franklin county a deadly plane crash in Ohio has taken the lives of at least two people. The FAA confirming that a twin engine DC three with six people on board went down shortly after takeoff from kid. During this morning after clipping some power lines two of the people on board are confirmed dead while the other four have life threatening injuries ABC's Mark Remillard, the flight was headed to the Akron, canton airport today, the two male victims have been identified, but their names have not been released. No one on the ground was injured. Crews are still working to restore power in the area where the plane went down right state university. Faculty members are expected to go on strike tomorrow. Members of the right state chapter of the American Association of university. Professors rejected the latest employment terms, they were issued by the school's board of trustees that covered areas of healthcare as well as pay restaurant week is underway in Columbus encouraging people to go out and try places that they've been meaning to try or go to visit some old favorites we have about one hundred twenty or over one hundred twenty up Columbus. Best restaurants that'll be featuring three course meal anywhere from fifteen to forty dollars. Lindsey press with six one four magazine says you can. Get all different types of food Barcelona black point Hudson twenty nine headquarter on you in the Dublin bridge park area. We've got a lot of different types of restaurants for a lot of different types of pallet. She says it is a best idea though to make a reservation so that you don't have to wait. I'm Alison Wyant. Your ABC six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds. I heart radio
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"Freeways and streets. Are they not have you seen salt trucks? Have you seen plows? If you've listened to me much, you know, I'm not a big fan of this mayor mayor ginther, I expect to things out of my mayor, and that is to keep my city safe and keep my city clean. This is a time that gets very pronounced when it comes to city services. How's the city doing house? Oh dot doing. Are you seeing trucks in your on your streets? Are you seeing trucks in your neighborhoods? Eight two one nine eight hundred sixty two one WTVN. Join me in studio. Allison wyatt. Also with me as Joe Jewett guys. This is usually when we see this was a storm that we had advanced warning that it was coming and last night. I got off work. I went home I needed gas. The first thing I do when I find that. We're gonna have significant storm is I get a gas tank. That's full I wanna full gas tank just to be safe. Exactly last night. Mrs west side and daughter Danielle went to Kroger we went to Kroger, and I got gas there. And then I laughed they went in chopped. Alison, you were there at the same time. Exactly. I was Howard the Howard the shelves hours. There's something about Snow White. It's a white death. And there's just a March on the grocery store. That's what I expected. But I mean, it was busy. But it wasn't. It wasn't like day before thanksgiving or thanksgiving morning. Yeah. I was definitely busy. Some some of the shelves were picked over like I went for some chips, and there is a certain cat food. Yeah. And there was one box left. I was like mine what kind of chips. What's your comfort? Chip. I got some pita chips pita chips. Yes. Some HAMAs pita chips. Okay. And there was one box left one box of the kind that I wanted. So I got that. So what was picked over some of the other flavors? Some of the other varieties of chips were missing the cookie. I'll was hit up pretty hard. Yeah. Yeah. How about beer call? You know, what I did not get any? But I did notice that the like the end cap where they have all the different for. You could definitely tell a select few were missing for. Sure gioja. You went to the store yesterday morning. What was that? Like, I couldn't tell you. What it was like inside the store? I do the curb side or the click list. Oh, my heated driveway. Well, I al- I always do it. I I find it's convenient and it actually saves me money, even when they charged the five dollars service charge pampering. You liked the pampering Bill? It saves me time. I don't have to go in. There is no impulse buying. I have time. To completely look over the circular, so he can get the sale items. It's great in the in. The rare instance where I need you can't say you can't place an order and then pick something up in an hour. So in the rare instance where I actually do need to go into the store. It's an it is an adventure. 'cause like at Kroger. It's almost always the same the same kid that picks my groceries. It's some guy named Aaron. His name's on the thing. So one time I had to go in there. I needed to get I get like hard boiled eggs sometimes. And I couldn't find them. And I'm like, Erin..
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"Allison, Wyatt and joins us now hair ties and all a bunch of news stories Allison what have we got? Well, it was kind of surprised east projected to be a first round draft pick Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins junior says he is leaving school to enter the draft that third year sophomores departing the program after one year as a starter in which he broke most school in big ten single season passing records. He also finished third in Heisman Trophy voting. A faculty strike is looming over Wright state university. The union representing the school's full-time professors filed a ten day strike notice today after they failed to reach an agreement on a new contract after over eighteen months to go. She ations the sticking point are raises health insurance and furlough days that were imposed by right state in order to shore up its bottom line. Frontier. Airlines is offering more connections to North Carolina this spring. They will. Will launch a nonstop service on may first and with the Super Bowl fast approaching that means the return of a fan favorite the puppy bowl. Three puppies from Ohio will will be representing homeless puppies from the Buckeye state. Astro Buford end smudge from the animal, friends, humane society and Hamilton will be featured in the fifteenth annual puppy bowl that airs on animal planet for your ABC six first wanting weather, some scattered rain showers tonight, we'll see a low of forty eight. I'm Alison Wyant. Our next report at five o'clock for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news, if.
Ohio House votes to block local bans, fees on plastic bags
"Follow suit the government is set to run out of money on December seventh and the president is demanding five billion dollars for a border wall be included in any funding. Bill radio six ten WTVN. Sports basketball block is in action tonight against Syracuse in the big ten ACC challenge which heads into the. Final night tied at four wins. Each. In addition to the game a special moment plan in the shot for a former coach Phil on that in twenty minutes. Football buckeyes continue preparations for the big ten title game against northwestern. OSU six in the playoff poll MBA caps in Oklahoma City from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk, Matt McCoy. Downtown to be aware of one of them six seventy eastbound ramp to seventy one north the other six seventy west at. Allison wyatt. Stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half. And as news breaks, increasing clouds tonight. We'll see lows of twenty five there will be a chance of flurries. Tomorrow morning, turning to a mix of rain and snow in the afternoon. Temperatures hovering around thirty seven currently it is twenty seven degree. I can't believe that fell. Again. What does early onset dementia means there's no way mom can handle this on her own homecare option. He's not coming home. Let nursing home should we choose ten thousand dollars a month? Medicare will pay won't they what about Medicaid is mom gonna lose the house. Will we lose stats IRA? Should I transfer his theft of the kids veterans benefits these benefit applications are so confusing Arthur attorneys that
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"Synthesize basically any drug and claims it produces sixteen tons of illicit chemicals each month almost twenty nine thousand Americans died from overdoses linked to synthetic opioids last year, namely synthetic Fenton. All officials say Fenton all is most widely used because of its potency house. Bill four thirty-three provides licensed veterinarians the opportunity to receive up to two continuing education credits. Every two years all four performing for East Bay in neutering services. State Representative Bob cops says the house passage of the Bill not only allows veterinarians to meet their continuing education credits. But it also helps control pet overpopulation issues incentive to veterinarians to provide some spay and neutering services without charge all to help take at least a small bite out of the animal overpopulation problem many communities face the bail is now awaiting consideration by the Ohio Senate and lottery fever continues to break out across the country with no jackpot winner in the Powerball drawing. There is now more than two billion dollars up for grabs this week between the Powerball mega millions lotteries. Even though nobody one big last night. You still might want to check. Your tickets because there were some million and two million dollar winners. But now, of course, everyone's just talking about the big money that Powerball jackpot rolls over. It is up to six hundred and twenty million dollars for Wednesday night strying Matt's ABC's Marci Gonzales for your ABC, six first warning weather forecast, cloudy skies for most of the day with a high of forty seven. I'm Allison Wyatt. More news at the bottom of the hour and on demand at six ten WTVN dot com.
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"Allison wyatt. A suspect in Columbus drive by shooting. This week was found shot to death minutes after the incident Columbus police say a thirty seven year old woman was injured when shots were fired into a home in the Linden area on Wednesday a few minutes after the shooting. They say they got a call about a car crashed a block away they found a vehicle had collided with a house. The suspect is Sean Kaufman was found inside with several gunshot wounds. He was declared dead at the scene. The tangent local schools have hired a new employee who will carry a firearm different than a school resource. Officer the superintendent says Joe Susie will be paid for out of the school district's budget Suzy spent twenty five years in law enforcement and twenty years with the FBI you will spend his time with the district analyzing its strengths weaknesses and opportunities for improvement. When it comes to safety officials say he will be paid one hundred thousand dollars a year. Central crossing high. School's band director originally facing charges of pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor has now seen those charges against him dropped heath Halis was arrested and charged for allegedly having nude photos of an underage girl and was also placed on administrative leave from the school district. He admitted to police that he received the nude images of the student who was seventeen years old at the time after the student had told police about inappropriate tax she'd received from Halis while in communication with him for over two years students at akron's, I promise school. We'll be getting back to work next week after they had a meeting from a high profile visitor. Pop star Justin Timberlake paid a visit to the learning center last week to meet students and teachers after performing in Cleveland, the night before Timberlake and his wife actress, Jessica Biel, join students at an assembly and for pictures before they headed back on the road. The I promise school was the creation of Ohio native, LeBron James and the Colombo. Crew are looking to clinch a spot in the MLS playoffs as they travelled a Montreal to face the impact they only need to win or time. Montreal today to guarantee a spot in this year's playoffs. It will be the second meeting this season between the two clubs Columbus beat Montreal three to to back in March for your ABC six first warning weather forecast, slight chance for some showers and thunderstorms after noon, but partly sunny with a high near ninety I'm Alison Wyant. More news at the bottom of the hour. Non demand at six ten WTVN dot com..
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"Allison wyatt. Fourth-ranked Ohio State came out strong scoring touchdowns on all six possessions before halftime yesterday in their forty nine to six thrashing of two lane at Ohio stadium sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins junior through for twenty one of twenty four before sitting out the second half up next the buckeyes oh hit the road. They face number ten Penn. State next Saturday, the Ohio F O P is now breaking from their endorsed candidate for governor on one key issue. Jared Allen explains the Ohio fraternal order of police has gone public with their rejection of state issue one the proposed constitutional amendment would reduce or eliminate jail or prison time for some drug related offenses, Ohio. President Gary Wolski says there's one big problem with that proposal you can't tweak it when it's a constitutional amendment. You're you're locked in Polsky says judges need the to put offenders in jail for thirty to ninety days if. They refuse treatment the Ohio F O P has already endorsed Richard cordray in the race for governor a former Goodyear Tire and rubber company. Executive is coming back. Darren wells will succeed Laura Thompson as the company's executive vice president and chief financial officer Thompson center retire early next year, Fiat Chrysler Jeep Wrangler as a hot seller and the company is reportedly in discussions with union officials about adding a third production shift at their Ohio assembly complex, if the added shift to gets the green light one thousand temporary employees currently working at the plant. We'll get the first shot at fulltime work. Trebled Wells Fargo though, he's announcing this week eating tends to reduce its workforce by between five to ten percent. Over the next two three years potential reduction of up to twenty six thousand five hundred jobs CEO, Tim Sloan told employees at a town hall meeting that the company is struggling to grow. Because of a Federal Reserve assets. Cap Sloan is trying to lead a rebound of. Company after customer abuse scandals made national news in two thousand sixteen the bank's stock has improved twenty three percents since Sloan took over, but that number is well behind the increases banks of similar size of scene, including J P Morgan Chase, which is up seventy five percent and Bank of America, which is up ninety five percent. That's Mark Mayfield. Reporting for your ABC six first warning weather forecast. Partly sunny today with a high of seventy three I'm Alison Wyant. More news at the bottom of the hour and on demand at six ten WTVN dot com. Watch.
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"Ten WTVN. Allison wyatt. A teenager reason critical condition today after he was struck yesterday afternoon while trying to cross a Lexus road on his bicycle police say seventeen year old. Devante Brunson was headed northbound as he crossed the road a little after four PM clipping the rear end of a car in the process before being hit by another vehicle. He was rushed to the hospital. No other injuries will report it the grandmother of a black thirteen-year-old fatally shot by white police officer after a suspected robbery in Columbus you suing that Ohio police officer the Columbus police chief and the city the federal civil rights lawsuit was filed on Friday on the second anniversary at Tyree. King's death challenges the police account signing witnesses who say the officer used a racial slur after firing at the boy and that the toy gun Tyree. Reportedly had was not visible the officer. Who was never charged had said he. Feared a gunfight and Akron man is behind bars today after police confirmed the identity of a body excavated from the backyard of a home that he shared with his girlfriend is that of his girlfriend Fifty-three-year-old, Martha free tag police say fifty two year old David Callahan is facing murder abuse of a corpse and evidence tampering charges in her death. Free tags family members say they called police after they were unable to reach her since late July medical examiners were called to the home on Thursday. The remains were then later found inside of a fire pit and a fire and police recruits seeing the state of Ohio are being asked about their sexual history in an attempt to evaluate their character. The Cincinnati inquirer reports that the city's police and fire departments application process includes questions about applicants most unusual sex acts, and how many times they've had sex outdoors a police union, president said he supports questions. That would indicate the recruits lawbreaking exposure. But he doesn't understand how the sex questions are relevant for.
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"Ten WTVN Allison Wyatt the chairman of the Ohio State university's board, of, trustees has praised, the process that went, into investigating head football coach urban Meyer trustee Michael gossard said Thursday Email released by the university that he was proud of the independence of Ohio, state's investigative committee is Email was in response to one from trustee Jeffrey Wadsworth who wanted a stiffer. Penalty for Meyer and who then resigned from the board, in protest the widow of a former Ohio. State football star says police used excessive force when they arrested her late husband. And a federal appeals court is allowing her lawsuit to now precede Jim still wagon was a former Ohio State captain and member of the nineteen. Sixty eight national championship team, and died earlier this year is widow EFI sat in a lawsuit the Delaware police altered facts and suppressed, and destroyed evidence to pursue their investigation nonstop flight service to Seattle Washington is coming to. Columbus is John Glenn, international airport, Alaska Airlines announced they, will, begin, offering flights. To the, largest city in the Pacific northwest coming this March Columbus becomes the first city in Ohio to be served by, Alaska, Airlines flights to, Seattle will also give, John Glenn international a third west coast destination along with routes to Los Angeles and Oakland meanwhile if you're hitting the road sometimes it's better to, be number two AllState has put Albert's fourteenth any will to drivers in America report and Columbus drivers. Are second in the worst Buckeye state according to their, list but they say that Cincinnati ranks the. Worst.
McCain's body arrives in Phoenix, crowd gathers to pay respects
"Brown's gathered to pay tribute to Senator John McCain this weekend as the hearse carrying his body made. Its way to a Phoenix Arizona funeral home yesterday the. Interstate was dotted with red and blue lights all there for the black limousine and the front which carried Senator John McCain an American veteran war. Hero politician and family man thousand stopped. On the side of the road and gathered at funeral home as the, limousine arrived many held American. Flags and said they wanted to honor Senator McCain one last time Senator McCain will lie in state at the US capitol rotunda in Washington DC and, will be given a funeral at the Washington National cathedral and buried in Annapolis Maryland at the. US naval
CDC: Food left at unsafe temperatures led to illnesses at Ohio Chipotle
"Wyatt because for what made hundreds of people sick after they ate at a local Travolta restaurant. Is being released by the centers, for disease control they said in a report released yesterday that their tests confirm the existence of clostridium prefer engines which is one. Of the most common pathogens associated with food poisoning as they call bright health officials say the, bacteria grows in food that is not capped at the proper temperatures in response, to the news to police. And the company plans next week to retrain all their employees nationwide on food safety and wellness.
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"Allison Wyatt breaking now former CIA director John Brennan is vowing to fight back after being stripped of his security clearance by President Trump the, White House saying that, the move wising response to Brennan's quote erratic behavior and quote a wild outbursts on the internet Ranan and unabashed, critic, of the president who, called his meeting with Vladimir. Putin quote nothing short of treasonous saying he won't be silenced I. Will fight, on behalf of those who still have. Their clearances this latest battle with the president comes, after sixty former CIA, officers signed an, open letter on Friday condemning the president's decision adding their names the list of more. Than a dozen former senior intelligence officials. Who called Trump's actions that attempt to quote stifle, free, speech Matt's ABC's Tara Palmeri Now the latest traffic and weather together no major accidents on the areas highways right now. But there, is a, burst. Water main, at Hopewell road near Montgomery road the latest forecast from. The GNC weather center buy one get one. Half off set an iheartradio station cloudy skies today with a chance of rain and storms today's I in the lower eighties slight chance of showers maybe a storm, early tonight becoming partly, cloudy overnight lows sixty five sunny skies on Sunday high eighty five at a chance of rain and storms on, Monday, otherwise some sun and, a high of eighty four. That's the forecast from your severe weather station News Radio seven hundred. Seventy two, degrees right now the Hamilton county sheriff's. Office has launched an administrative investigation surrounding a social, media video recorded by, parents against predators, thirty two year old Ryan Parker is no longer an employee of the Hamilton county. Sheriff's office in the jail services section. Sheriff Jim Neal released The statement. Friday saying that Parker resigned after he was allegedly caught in an. Undercover video posted online the group parents against predators says it has a video of Parker trying, to beat a fifteen year old for sex no criminal charges have been filed at. This time Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w a sixteen year, old accused in several armed robberies will be, tried as an adult in a sixteen count indictment the, teen, is accused appointing a gun at several people in. Walnut heels and demanding cash and, allegedly firing a shot, at one of the victims and threatening to kill him, the teen, is being held on one point three million dollars bond and is due back in court, next, week the former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. Has died at the age of eighty is foundation, says, he passed away peacefully after a short, illness Kofi Annan was the first black African to serve as the secretary general of the United Nations the highest diplomatic. Office in the. World born in the Gold Coast now Ghana in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight on on. His first, job with, the Shortly after graduating university his long career spanned decades and even during his retirement he continued to work if you're. Seeing a peace deal and Kenya that ended months of violence and working on the Syrian peace. Talks with the Arab League in two thousand one he was awarded. The Nobel peace prize for his wife and revamping the gargantuan organization that's ABC's Julia McFarland News Radio seven hundred wwl deli sports here's a reds holiday. Villa verbs walk off home run in the. Bottom of the eleventh looked at the reds over the giants. Last night two to one Madison Bumgarner faces Matt Harvey tonight in game two. Of the series seven. Hundred wwl obese coverage begins at six ten with the salvage store USA inside pitch at tennis at the western and southern open the women's semifinals yourselfer today KiKi Burton's up against Petra Kavita at, noon top-seeded Simona Halep will go up against arenas linka at four the men's semi-finals have Marin. Chile up against Novak Djokovic, to Roger Federer battles David fan at? Seven? Here's the Bengals update preseason game two for the, Bengals tonight as they face, the Cowboys and Dallas coverage, begins at five thirty..
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"Listening to ABC news Radio, six ten, WTVN Allison Wyatt. It's the first, anniversary today of one of the worst security breaches in history. And you may have, been affected by it ABC's Daria Albinger say a consumer watchdog is worried today that not much has changed since then one year. Ago today equifax, identified a major security breach the credit, reporting service, announced it. On September fifth US perk says that was the first of many mistakes equifax if. Anything is improved at equifax in congress, still hasn't done anything hold them accountable spokesman Edwards Wenski very probable that some of the. Identity theft occurring right now is. Because of the equifax happy's urging people to freeze their credit until. They can make sure they're, safe US companies seeking to be exempted from president Donald. Trump's tariffs on imported steel are accusing American steel manufacturers have spreading inaccurate and. Misleading information today and they, may fear it may tour Pedo their requests companies fear that the Commerce Department will be, swayed, by opposition from Nucor. USD land other domestic suppliers that say they've been unfairly hurt by a glut, of imports and are backing the tariff US steel says its objections are based on detailed information about the dimensions and the chemistry of the steel fishermen and environmentalists are at odds today over changes to American fishing laws approved by the house. Of representatives the house passed the changes to the Magnuson Stevens. Act. A forty two year old set of rules, designed to protect American. Fisheries from over. Harvest environmental groups say the changes defeat the purpose of the act which many credit with saving American fish stocks supporters and some fishing groups say the changes merely provide managers with flexibility. And refocus the act on sound science and. It was a sign of goodwill this week North. Korea turned over what they say are the remains, of American service members. Killed during the Korean war the remains will now go, to a facility in Hawaii where analysts will try to identify them ABC's Martha Raddatz toured. The Hawaii facility what they will do now when these most recent remains come in is they will do DNA checks they will try to find family members and matchup that DNA they basically put the skeletons together it is a giant three d. puzzle. For your, ABC six first warning weather forecast partly sunny today with a high of eighty one I'm Alison Wyant more news at the bottom of the hour on demand at six ten WTVN dot com.
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"From ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen the public. Is getting a I read at newly released FBI documents. Related to wiretap FIS a warrant applications made in October of two thousand sixteen for Trump campaign former foreign policy advisor. Carter page ABC's David Wright has more overnight the FBI released four hundred pages or. So of documents these are related to a wiretap warrant application surveillance warrant back in October of. Two thousand sixteen they were concerned that he was a. Spy for Russia so, on that basis they saw it to listen to his phone and to look at his mails page himself tells ABC news that these. Allegations are crazy the, president's current attorney, Rudy Giuliani says the payment discussed on a recording reportedly made by former Trump. Attorney and fixer Michael Cohen was never made and shows Trump. Did nothing wrong the conversation with then candidate Trump is about a payment to a woman claiming to have had an. Affair with him the recording obtained when the FBI executed A search. Warrant at Cohen's office and. Hotel ABC's George. Stephanopoulos has more as he. Told me he's prepared to tell the truth he wants. To do the right thing for his family I country even if it's not favorable for President Trump we've also seen. Since then he's been disagreeing with the president about the FBI raid about his views. On Russia Michael Cohen is ready to tell the truth to pop prosecutors then it'll be up. To prosecutors determine what that means for Michael Cohen and. Donald Trump a deadly, standoff inside a trader Joe's in Los Angeles began when police pursued a gunman who had shot his grandmother the man accused of a. Deadly shooting street and, of holding dozens, of people hostage in custody the suspect shot in the arm rushing into the. Packed grocery store and employee identified by family as Melita Corato. Killed it's unclear if she was caught in the crossfire or was shot by the suspect ABC's Marci Gonzales reporting from. Los Angeles you're listening to ABC news News Radio six ten, WTVN Allison Wyatt a serial exposure is behind bars today. Thirty-three-year-old Adele win hall religiously..
Newport, Thailand and Us discussed on The Big Outdoors
"In newport on the levee allison wyatt news radio seven hundred wwl w doctors in thailand say that the twelve boys and their soccer coach who spent two weeks trapped in a flooded cave in thailand could face a long psychological recovery boys and their soccer coach could possibly be released this thursday according to thailand's public health minister the boys and their assistant soccer coach now known around the world after being brought out from a cave in a remarkably successful rescue which employed numerous military police and special operations forces including the us anti navy seals and volunteer divers officials alluded to a press conference with the boys in a matter of days adrian banker abc news chiang rai thailand here's a reds update grounder up the middle bras it to his left gloves fires and the reds game one of this three game set and big fashion nine to one is your.
Authorities plan expansion of naloxone access in Hamilton County
"News a service of travelcenters of america and progressive insurance no word yet on any charges but ohio state troopers say an eighteen year old fell asleep while driving a pickup truck southeast on state route seventy three near antioch road in clinton county just before six thirty on tuesday evening the pickup went left of center hitting a pickup truck going the other way i'll young woman in that other pickup suffered minor injuries but the teen driver who allegedly dozed off was taken to the hospital with serious injuries there had been a crash in that same area earlier on tuesday but there is no indication that there's any connection between them jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w it's a warning about tristate drug od's from hamilton county officials health officials are stressing the use of opioid antidote and lock zone is hamilton county experiences a spike in drug overdoses greg casterman assistant health commissioner for hamilton county public health it is important that we're asking folks to administer naloxone for any drug overdose even when non opioids are indicated in case it is mixed in with what they're using area hospitals treated sixteen people for drug overdoses monday the county's averaging ten to twelve per day libby coming ham newsradio seven hundred w l w the folks at kroger currently hiring and would like to hear from you right now they employ eighty people at their distribution center in florence but that number is about to go up career looks to expand its florence distribution center in create about two hundred fifty new jobs those two hundred and fifty new jobs will be full time and the company says they plan to invest nearly eighteen million dollars to boost their ecommerce and digital services tom demerara police with a cincinnati business courier says they'd kroger already employs twenty one thousand people in the commonwealth allison wyatt news radio seven hundred wwl w yesterday on wall street pretty good day for stocks stocks rising on wall street tuesday the benchmark s and p five hundred had its fourth straight day of gains and its highest closed since early february the s and p rose eight the dow gained one fortythree in the nasdaq inched up three consumer products technology and healthcare companies the biggest winners on tuesday pepsi gained four point eight percent after strong second quarter earnings johnson and johnson also a bright spot gaining one point one percent a us district judge in san francisco allowing hundreds of lawsuits against monsanto to move forward the judge allowed plaintiffs to present their claim that the company's roundup weed killer causes cancer the judge called evidence linking roundup to cancer week monsanto denies there's any link tesla set to build his first factory outside the united states in shanghai under an agreement signed on tuesday becoming the first fully foreign owned automaker in china tesla's announcement comes amid mounting us chinese trade tensions and billions of dollars in recent tariffs mark remillard abc news simply wow what a comeback for the red legs last night scoring all their runs in the ninth inning at progressive field against the indians marty brennaman with cincinnati's miracle comeback loops wanted to right and that's going to fall for a base at iran will score runner goes to third and the reds are out aboard and trail four to one and it's a swing and a fly ball hammered into center field that baby will batch around on the warning track one run scores hair going away the second runner hall that's a two out two run double by adam ball and all of a sudden we have ourselves a one run ballgame at four to three here's a three two again at a high hammered back into right center field that over his hand scoring two runs are going to score and here comes the third runner to the play three run to double by joey votto here in the ninth inning news radio seven hundred wwl sports here's a reds update joy auto hit a go ahead three run double during a seven run.
Kroger Investing $17M In Northern Kentucky Distribution Center
"Ham newsradio seven hundred w l w if you're still looking for time work kroger hiring northern kentucky cincinnatibased grocery store chain expanding their distribution center in florence they're gonna be growing investing other eighteen million dollars in new equipment and also adding two hundred fifty new jobs they have eighty currently there tom dimmer apple with the cincinnati business courier saying the two hundred and fifty new jobs in northern kentucky will be fulltime meanwhile kroger is continuing their plan to launch a clothing line they've selected a designer and brand name their apparel line will launch in stores this fall allison wyatt news radio seven hundred wwl w years at three.
North Korea calls talks with Pompeo "regrettable" after he said "progress" was made
"From abc news michelle franzen rescue teams in thailand could trigger an evacuation plan as early as tonight and say conditions may be the best though have to save twelve boys and their soccer coach from flooded cave they've been trapped there for two weeks abc's mac is near the scene officials say they are getting closer to the point at which they're going to start extracting those tucker players and their coach from the cave they have to do it while they're still in good health and while their oxygen levels are still decent basically they're breathing in seventeen and a half percent oxygen which is basically the oxygen level that you exhale after taking in a breath secretary of state mike pompeo in japan today following talks in north korea this week he told reporters they're making progress to get north korea's leader to dismantle the nuclear program we talked about what the north koreans are continuing to do and how it's the case we can get our arms around achieving what german kim and president trump both agree to which was the complete denuclearization of north korea pompeii oh did not meet with kim this morning a different message coming from north korea south korea's media reporting that north korea's foreign ministry says talks with pompeo were quote regrettable and accuses the us of unilateral demands for denuclearization the june job reports is out showing the nation added more than two hundred thousand jobs abc's david ryan is a new jersey where the president is spending the weekend indicators continue to be in the president's favor as both the tax cut continues to have a ripple effect through the economy and other measures decreasing regulations appear to be having some sort of impact for businesses the white house and says that that's the record that will matter come the midterms in november but there are also a lot of other issues floating in the air and the trump administration is struggling with some of them david wright abc news berkeley heights new jersey the unemployment rate rose slightly to four percent you're listening to abc news six ten wtvn allison wyatt a new report links congressman jim jordan to ohio state university wrestlers who claim that they were sexually assaulted by a team doctor the wall street journal reports that five osu wrestlers now saying that they told jordan about the abuse at the hands of dr richard strauss in nineteen nineties when he was an assistant coach but he reportedly failed to act the our banner republican has denied those claims the ohio man charged with deliberately running down a group of people in charlottesville virginia last summer says he didn't do it twenty one year old james alex fields junior of mommy faces one count of a hate crime that led to the death of a woman and more than two dozen counts of hate crime max involving an attempt to kill feels told the judge he's currently being treated for bipolar disorder anxiety depression and adhd those in a dating relationship need a civil protection order against their significant other can now i'll get one with a new law that has gone into effect the statistics are startling and the mere fact that there are people in the states suffering in violent relationships who cannot get help is frightening legislators like state representative amelia's strong sykes at the akron area have been pushing for house bill one victims of dating violence have been in the shadows and able to access critical to protect them from the violence that destroys relax it is now in effect and allows ohio victims of dating violence to obtain civil protection orders but they must submitted application to get a judge to sign off on it and ohio man has avoided a possible death sentence today by pleading guilty to killing the mother of his ten month old son and abducting the boy and the woman stepmother james ramsay was sentenced to twenty seven years to life in prison after his guilty pleas at least say he broke into the house in delta in march of.
Proposed ‘buddy dive’ plan to rescue boys in Thai cave could launch this weekend
"Thailand officials in charge of rescuing twelve boys and their soccer coach from a cave say good weather and falling water levels inside the cave have created the best conditions they may get for an evacuation attempt rescuers say the boys are not ready to dive out yet but an attempt will be made of heavy rains threatened to flood the cave abc's matt gutman is on scene with more document that we've seen basically says that they're going to take them out in buddy teams essentially hauled out by very experienced divers will monitor their oxygen their buoyancy either level in the water and obviously their progress towards the mouth of the cave but it won't be quick and it won't be easy the boys have also written letters to family members giving us a glimpse of conditions inside sally lockwood with our partners at sky news with navy seals taking good care of us another says i'm fine but the weather is a little bit cold worry about me forget to celebrate my birthday oxygen levels in the cave continue to diminish in that chamber where they've been trap for twelve days secretary of state mike pompeo in japan after his north korea trip and commenting on talks with officials on implementing the denuclearization agreement signed by president trump and kim jong un last month these are complicated issues but we made progress on almost all of the central issues some places a great deal of progress other place there's still more work to be done oh told reporters further talks will take place as soon as next week the trump administration faced with a federal judges deadline is asking for more time to reunite the youngest migrant children separated from their parents at the border the judge ordered that the government provide the names of children five and under by the end of today in california hundreds of residency evacuated in santa barbara county where the holiday fire is moving through a residential area of galeta and approaching the city's downtown you're listening to abc news news radio six ten wtvn allison wyatt va centers across.
Gas at a 4-year high for July Fourth holiday
"Turning around and shooting twice both victims taken to an area hospital and rushed into surgery a ten ten month old child was hit by a car in a driveway of a union township home the accident occurred at old state route seventy four near schoolhouse road little after twelve thirty yesterday afternoon police say the mother put the baby into a pumpkin seat then went to help another child forgot about the baby until she backed up over the seat the child was airlifted to a local hospital the child's condition unknown out one eighty will be selling by par more americans are hitting the road this fourth of july week then ever before despite the highest gas prices that we've seen in the last several years that ultimately it's not something that would normally deter people from travelling tipple as mark jenkins and jennifer more say drivers in more than a half a dozen states meanwhile will be paying some higher gas taxes going into the fourth of july holiday fuel taxes went up in indiana iowa maryland tennessee vermont and south carolina allison wyatt news radio seven hundred eight wwl wwl's trouble could be in the works for congressman jim jordan did you threaten to subpoena their calls and emails no sir and there's no way to subpoena phone calls jim jordan made a lot of noise last week dressing down the justice department during a congressional hearing and he is denying new claims that he failed to address alleged sex abuse by a team physician when he was an assistant wrestling coach at the ohio state university in the late eighties the law firm that's investigating says it requested via email and interview with the congressman jordan's communications director says they've received no such request and demands the law firm.
"allison wyatt" Discussed on WTVN
"Wtvn allison wyatt the president praised the economy yesterday speaking at a business roundtable in cleveland trump said the trade with china can no longer be a one way street and he drew applause when he noted the record low unemployment rate the president says the republican tax reform bill not only reform taxes but simply cut taxes trump boys joined by small business owners and other professionals who shared their success stories many of them talked about how the tax reform benefited their companies and their employees he didn't just stick to the economy though when his opening remarks he also wanted to assure americans that the relationship between the us north korea and south korea will be smoothed out he also denounced immigration laws which he referred to as catchandrelease policies trump called it unfortunate that the central american caravan was allowed into the united states and says it reinforces the imbalance of border security a government crackdown on e cigarette products today the feds are worried that liquid nicotine sold in packages that look like juice boxes candy containers and even cans of whipped cream can be dangerous to children thirteen companies receiving warning letters from the fda and ftc saying their products are misleadingly labeled or advertised some manufacturers writing on their websites they have childproof packaging and strict guidelines to avoid selling to minors that's abc's ariel rush f police warned that a high number of overdoses have occurred in pick away county just in the past twenty four hours the circle ville police department and the pick away county sheriff's office are notifying people on social media that an unusually high number of narcotic overdoses have been happening in the area just in the last day they say it's likely because of an extremely potent narcotic that is being sold police say if you witness anyone experiencing an overdose call nine one one.
Tilleke Clinic, Cleveland and Allison Wyatt discussed on Westside Jeff
"Become available in september and the cleveland area for tilleke clinic where thousands of frozen eggs and embryos may been damaged in a storage tank failure says it has ruled out any inappropriate physical access to storage tank areas the hospital says they have not discovered what caused the march fourth tank failure for your abc six first winning weather forecast sunshine today with a high of forty five partly cloudy tonight a low around thirty cloudy skies on monday with highs reaching fifty four in the afternoon i'm allison wyatt more news.
"allison wyatt" Discussed on WTVN
"Abc's alex stone is a long highway twelve with more fire engines right here they are lying dubbed waiting to see if there is something that they can do on the other side of this highway as police coverup sing and even now on the other side of this highway the flames are raging firefighters can't go in there they're drawing from the sky they hit it with water dropping helicopters but right now it's too unsafe for firefighters to go in this week's historic flyers are blamed for at least thirty five deaths congress now has sixty days to decide whether to make more demands in the iran nuclear deal that after the president announced he will no longer certify tirana's convyeing from the sky they hit it with water dropping helicopters but right now it's too unsafe for firefighters to go in this week's historic flyers are blamed for at least thirty five deaths congress now has sixty days to decide whether to make more demands in the iran nuclear deal that after the president announced he will no longer certify tirana's complying with the terms of the international deal the president also taking aim on the affordable care act abc's david reid reports from the white house these are two things that he campaigned fiercely for five years has arrived in canada overnight now they're sharing the horror stories of their captivity abc's brian ross has more seething with anger joshua boil recounted how he's essentially forcing their hand forcing them to take action or they would share in the blame abc's david right a canadian american family held hostage by the taliban boil a canadian national spoke alone confirming the rape of his wife american kaitlan komen echoing an account she revealed on the taliban hostage taper his wife and three children were treated including a reference to an infant child killed by their captors a taliban group run by whether the torius a commie family network news radio 610 wtvn allison wyatt.
"allison wyatt" Discussed on WTVN
"A week long celebration across the country the army still rescuing victims who have been hiding out the next step trying to rebuild the battered city you're listening to abc news news radio 610 wtvn allison wyatt police are investigating the death of a man found shot in a pickup truck on columbus's south side saturday morning police say that forty four yearold bernardo gonzales was found shot dead in the driver's seat of a white pickup on crown avenue meanwhile police say a recent hilltop death has been ruled as a homicide thirtyfouryearold jesse house there was found dead in the trunk of a dodge neon on south wayne avenue friday morning the city has seen nearly 70 homicides so far this year amid protests and under pressure and ohio prosecutor is pondering whether tich try a third trial to get a conviction of a former police officer in a raciallycharged fatal shooting case former university of cincinnati police officer ray tensing shot and killed a samdo bows during a traffic stop nearly two years ago he has had to hung juries on murder and voluntary manslaughter charges since then a big announcement from ohio's lieutenant governor mary taylor the latest republican to announce she is running for governor of ohio mary taylor on stage at the city club of cleveland our regulatory regime and america is out of control taylor is also planning to tackle education reform opioid abuse the infrastructure modernisation she media point to focus her message on the common man and woman as she talked about government red tape as a hidden tax it sure as hell is in heddon not from the taxpayers innovators and small business women and men that i talked to jarrett allard news radio 610 wtvn meanwhile over a dozen people were arrested during a protest sat senator rob portman office same columbus sixteen people injured be arrested after blocking emergency crews better trying to get to a person with chest pains in the same building were portland's offices located a courtroom spokeswoman says building security coal columbus police after the protesters impeded other church demonstrate traders opposed the gop senator healthcare reform proposal appointments was he does not support the proposal in its current form that's charles van zandt reporting for your abc six first warning weather forecast sunshine today we'll see a high of 81 clear tonight a low of sixty three i'm allison wyant more news at the bottom of the hour and on demand and 610 wtvn dot com this weekend box office preview this.
"allison wyatt" Discussed on WTVN
"News radio 610 wtvn allison wyatt one person was killed in a crash on i seventy one last night it happened around nine o'clock on seventy one near 11 th avenue columbus police say a vehicle struck a tree killing the oneperson inside the southbound lanes between eleven th avenue to seventeen th avenue were closed for several hours dozens of people were arrested yesterday as they protested outside senator rob portman office to extreme people to be arrested after blocking emergency crews will i with trust prange on the strained building were portland's officers located appointments spokeswoman says building security cold columbus police or the protesters impeded other church demonstrators opposed the gop senator healthcare reform proposal importrance was he does not support the proposal in its current form that's charles van zandt reporting some bad news for the state's college students tuition at ohio state university may be on its way up to wish you may be going up for institute i use students that it was after being frozen for five years that what applies to students arriving in august the tuition fee increase would about who would additional five point five percent and be frozen at that level for four years all of that is up to board approval at their tuesday meeting jarrett alec news radio 610 doubled tv and meanwhile the new bug i had basketball coach chris hold meant was not able to get deigned goodwin back in the fold they shooting guard and former buckeye kim it is now headed ten notre dame osu has no one in their twenty eighteen class and they have seven available scholarships a baseball wissam store loyd history went on the auction block this past week in a way snapped up for more than four hundred thousand dollars but not just daily baseball was about a couple of times xiao kirk's fires rose wii that hit on september eleven 1985 it cincinnati's riverfront.
"allison wyatt" Discussed on WTVN
"News radio 610 wtvn allison wyatt ohio's unemployment rate dropped slightly in may from the previous month but remains higher than the national rate this sectors that saw job gains include the professional and business services as well as educational and health services meanwhile losses he's a showed up in a leisure and hospitality trade transportation and utilities and information categories and philadelphia's loss is columbus is gain a senior retail group parent of wayne bryant injustice chains says it'll limited 25 jobs involving those central ohio stores but longerterm are going to gain because there are going to close the catharines corporate headquarters in philadelphia and like up also fast retailing like wayne bryant a actually going to move that business uh in with wayne bryant and put them together not gonna meet about a hundred and twentyfive job that's doug buchanan the columbus business first he says the move is planned for some time between august in the end of the year khin steve wins these radio 610 wtvn as for the economy as a whole there are some positive news ellen ends jerry rubbish explains the number of americans applying for unemployment benefits dropped for the second straight week the two hundred thirty seven thousand that's down eight thousand from last week initial claims reflect people who apply for benefits after losing their jobs new applications for benefits of registered less than three hundred thousand four hundred nineteen straight weeks the longest run since the early 1970s a group of republican and democratic governors are echoing president donald trump's criticism of a house gop healthcare bill today they say it would will threaten coverage for the most vulnerable people and their pleading with senate leaders to work together on an overhaul in a letter provided to the associated press seven governors are asking the senate to focus on stabilising the market for individual insurance coverage giving states flexibility and ensure affordable coverage for your abc six first warning weather forecast sunshine today.