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No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold
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"T V and jump into the newsroom and get the latest from Jack Crumley, Columbus Public Safety director Net Pettus Junior is reviewing evidence that was presented this morning in a hearing to decide if police officer Adam Coy should keep his job officer Coy, fatally shot 47 year old Andre Hill in north Columbus last Tuesday. Hill was unarmed, not trespassing and video taken from the encounter. Does not indicate that he was a threat. The mayor's criticized officer Coy for not turning on his body camera beforehand and for not providing emergency medical help. After the shooting, he and police chief Thomas Quinlan have called for officer coy to be fired. Franklin County Coroner's office has released preliminary autopsy information today. It says that Andrey Hill died of multiple gunshot wounds. The full report will be ready, though, for weeks Yet after days of waiting, President Trump signed the $900 billion Covad relief bill that has extended unemployment benefits. It's also providing most Americans with $600 direct payment. ABC News Political director Rick Klein says there will be at least a week long delay in getting those benefits and payments. Unemployment benefits that have now been extended are probably gonna be delayed a little bit. People are gonna get their checks. In all likelihood, this week's they are going to miss out on a check over the holidays. Those stimulus checks of $600 for individuals. They're going to take a little while to get through processing, so maybe no harm, no foul. Ultimately, House lawmakers are meeting today with plans to take up larger direct payments. They're also looking to override the president's veto of a defense spending bill that Passed earlier in the month. Millions of Americans are passing through TSH checkpoints every day. Despite health warnings from the CDC T. Essa says it screened over seven million passengers at airports across the country. Last week, the agency says it logged nearly 1.3 million travelers. Just on Sunday. That is the highest number of flyers checked in a single day since March. CDC has urged against traveling cleaning. Doing so could increase your chance of spreading and getting covert 19 Ohio's coronavirus report today's showing 4500 new cases reported. That is half of the three week average though Monday numbers are usually lower, 290 new hospitalization since yesterday, 30 New ICU admissions and with 62 new deaths reported today. Ohio is now close to 8600 people who have died. Suspicious death in the Linden area last week has now been ruled a homicide police called to Republic Avenue near Bremen Street on Tuesday, They found a man shot. It's the 168th homicide and Columbus this year we are waiting on more from police. Meantime, investigators in marrying are calling the deaths of a husband and wife who were found in their garage over the weekend and apparent murder. Suicide marry in police Believe 44 year old Max Berry shot and killed 42 year old Amy Berry before shooting himself. A relative found them the day after Christmas. Authorities have released the name of the person they believe was responsible for the Christmas morning bombing in downtown Nashville. Fox's Mike Tobin has more the bombers idea is Anthony Warner Quinn 63 years old.
"amy berry" Discussed on WTVN
"37 Frosty and brisk tonight and 24 very chilly. Tomorrow high of only 33. Columbus Safety Director Ned Pettus Junior is reviewing evidence that was presented this morning in a hearing to decide if police officer Adam Coy should be fired. Officer Coy, fatally shot 47 year old Andre Hill in north Columbus last Tuesday. He was unarmed, not trespassing and video does not indicate him to be a threat. Mayor's criticized officer coin for not turning on his body camera beforehand and for not providing emergency medical help. After the shooting. He and police chief Thomas Quinlan have called for Officer Coy to be fired. A suspicious death in the Linden area last week has now been ruled a homicide. Police were called to Republic Avenue near Bremen Street Tuesday night and found a man shot that is the 168 homicide in Columbus. This year. We're waiting on more from police. Meantime, investigators and Marianne are calling the deaths of a husband and wife found in their garage over the weekend and apparent murder. Suicide Marrying police Believe 44 year old Max Barry shot and killed 42 year old Amy Berry before shooting himself, a relative found them on Saturday. Late night Change of mind. President Trump signed the government spending bill, which includes a new round of federal covert 19 relief Trump signing a massive $2.3 trillion spending bill, including 900 billion in emergency Covad relief after facing mounting pressure from lawmakers in both parties to sign it. The statement, The president said he signed the bill only after asking Congress to remove what he called wasteful items. Lawmakers are likely to ignore the president's request. Here's what's in the bill. A $600 per person, direct payment extra $3 a week and unemployment benefits for 11 Weeks, 284 billion and funding for the Paycheck protection program. Extending the eviction moratorium, But Democrats wanted $2000 cash payments, a position the president supports. But many Senate Republicans are not on board in Washington, Lucas Tomlinson Fox News. Also in Washington, lawmakers are meeting today to possibly raise that direct payment amount to $2000. They are also looking to override the president's veto of a bipartisan defense spending bill. That would be the first override of the Trump administration. Should it be successful in both the House and the Senate. And keeping an eye out now for a possible post Christmas surge of Cove it Despite the warnings, millions of Americans traveled for the holidays. The T s a says more than 615,000. Passengers pass through the airports around the US just on Christmas Day alone was different. Didn't really got to go see friends and.
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"Like the news in bringing all of the latest we see here that I mentioned here this is the venture the home of Ben Shapiro see Los Angeles county and Taylor was sixty to Los Angeles station just right a ABC news live local six some Ryan piers family and fellow officers in riverside I remember a California highway patrol officer killed in the line of duty at a memorial service today Michael Florio says his brother Andre more it was an inspiration I know Andre is here with us listening and I'm just letting him know right now he better be ready to ride their bikes with me when it's my time to come home last week the thirty four year old was killed in a gunbattle after pulling over an ex con in riverside the shooter fired multiple shots from an assault rifle before being killed himself the officer had only been with the C. H. P. for a few years but was known as a giving caring person his family says he was just living his dream Wall Street is waiting for the head of the federal reserve to speak later this week before making any major moves investors are hoping to Rome Powell will give them a sign of further interest rate cuts as fears of an economic downturn grow in Los Angeles is once again considering homeless people for litter patrol the city council wants staff to explore the idea of hiring homeless people to pick up trash the program would be called a loose litter cleanup and could cost millions no funds have been allocated from this year's budget but city staff are being asked to explore options Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news a woman wearing headphones was struck and killed when she walked in front of a metrolink train near silmar witnesses say the woman appeared to be startled when she was hit the victim who appears to be in our thirties died at the scene and a dump truck slams into a proclaim apartment building it happened this afternoon and three people suffered minor injuries nearly half of the vehicle became stuck in the wall in the building and Branford street one cars heavily damaged the cause is under investigation a money to speed up the restoration of some a California force has been awarded to the nonprofit TA whole forest fine we need the brightest minds they're thinking about things you know we have Silicon Valley so close to Tahoe how do we get the best and brightest minds thinking about all right here the problem let's try to figure out if we can solve the group CEO Amy berry praises the state's efforts but says the private sector needs to be more involved and a manhunt is under way for the man who stabbed a retired California state for ten minutes straight to death yesterday morning police identified the victim as fifty seven year old Steven chan from hacienda heights he was working as a consultant on campus KABC sports see angels top the Rangers five to one earlier today the Dodgers take on to Ronald later on tonight and the Chargers running back Melvin Gordon former pro bowler says he's waiting for the charges to call him and talk about the contract that sports in the new home the USC Trojans so cal whether tonight's sixty six is a low tomorrow sunny high of eighty four currently eighty three in Tustin seventy nine in Long Beach in.
"amy berry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Solar a spokesman for the office looking at areas that were affected by the devastating fires in twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen in northern California we see a ten percent increase in insurer initiated non renew all the fear he says is that the trend won't top unless action is taken when you can't have access to insurance that has a a ripple effect in the real estate market and property taxes and really in the integrity of community one of the most dramatic increases in non renewals came in Nevada county in the Sierra Nevada foothills where fire restore among the most severe in the state John Byrne eyes a news ninety three point one KFBK California's teacher pension fund now wants to get in all a lawsuit seeking to change Facebook's corporate practices the California state teachers retirement system says it will ask a judge to be added to a pending lawsuit the fireman's retirement system of Saint Louis and a retail investor filed the lawsuit in August of last year following the revelation that Cambridge analytica political consulting firm had taken people's personal Facebook information without their knowledge and use it for political purposes the pension fund believes weak corporate governance practices contributed to the scandal band damage Facebook stock price Tim Lantz news ninety three point one K. if BK and Tom Sullivan an interesting comment on this earlier the thinking maybe it would they're a little too heavy handed with Facebook is if you don't like what they do don't use them don't go on it that we're asking you what do you think or do you support the lawsuit do you think it's too heavy handed what do you think okay became a calm the afternoon news with Katie o'neill's where you can find the poll a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers and business leaders are calling on the California public utilities commission to abandon a push toward an all electric economy the group held a press conference at the state capitol today to announce seventy resolutions they believe will help fight climate change without driving up energy because those of us who who are reliant on a four letter G. and all you're doing is punishing those that live in the center valley Kern county and that's assemblyman events Fong speaking about how the policy would disproportionately affect different areas of the state phone says he supports clean energy solutions like wind and solar ever find yourself out of juice needing to borrow someone elses phone charger most of the sale but cyber security experts say it's a really bad idea Charles Henderson with IBM security tells Forbes magazine some hackers have figured out how to implant charging cables with Mao where they can remotely hijacked devices and computers they even sent out free high end Chargers in the mail and just wait to see if anyone plugs then Anderson says it's not widespread yet but it works so hackers are likely to step up their game right now he says a bigger threat is U. S. B. charging stations that you see in public places like airports Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. one San Francisco Bay Area school is trying to become the largest in the country to ban cell phone use in classes at the start of every school day students at San Matteo high school after slide their phones in the padded bags called yonder pouches they lock and cut off all access to phones there's one on marking tool in every classroom in case of an emergency when phones might be needed teachers like Brad Friedman say getting students to stop using phones in class he's been a huge challenge I likened it to a student who is dealing with tobacco a drug addiction the yonder bags are not unlocked until the final bell rings every day Alex stone ABC news California's US senator Dianne Feinstein hosting the Lake Tahoe summit now under way at south Lake Tahoe it is the twenty third annual event and highlights the ongoing efforts to protect and preserve California and the battles shared treasure in recent years California has experienced some of the deadliest wildfires in its history Nevada senator Katherine Cortez master tells it coal okay ello TV ad that Tahoe area has unique challenges for service had done an after action case study of some of the fires that we have seen one of them was the sugar the fire to learn from the local community what we can do better and addressing these wildfires that also what we can do a better job when it comes to that the prevention right and the restoration as well along with the suppression given to gather news and delivered the keynote address at the opening event and said climate change remains one of the most pressing issues not only for the lake but for all of California the first like Tahoe summit began in nineteen ninety seven with the help of president Bill Clinton and vice president Al Gore meanwhile something called the Tahoe forest fund has been unveiled Amy berry C. E. O. of the nonprofit Tahoe fund says it'll provide seed funding to public and the private sector to improve the health forests we thank you for your rating of private funding we can really.
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"Over the sidewalks and into people's homes today a stretch of highway one a one near sausalito had several lanes shut down due to a mudslide this morning. The covered parts of the freeway during the morning commute and in the burn scar areas of California people are being warned to be prepared to evacuate at a moment's notice. Due to the possibility of mudslides and debris flows. George Sampson, NewsRadio KFB K and one of our trained weather spotters. The national weather service reports has now registered fifty mile an hour winds in the city of San Francisco actually in San Francisco, proper fifty mile an hour winds. We'll be watching this for you, a twelve miles of trail in northern desolation wilderness. A section of the program. Trail will continue to see restoration efforts with an eight thousand dollar match grant from the title fund. It's very well. Loved and over the years from people using it and from big winter storms the last couple of years just kind of degraded over time. And that's CEO of the Tahoe fund Amy berry. She says the restoration project was a four year plan, which started this summer. Berry ads nonprofit was happy to be able to support the efforts to restore the trails. A south Lake Tahoe man is in custody on charges of beating his roommate to death with a piece of firewood. Seventy one year old James Cleveland being held for the death of his roommate sixty five year old Valerie Turley, while motive is not known witnesses. Tell south Tahoe police. They saw Cleveland repeatedly strike the woman with the pieces split firewood. She was flown to Reno hospital where she later died. Cleveland is being held without bail in the county jail university of California. Davis says an emergency alert system intended to deliver emails and text messages to seventy thousand students and staff failed on the night. A police officer was shot and killed near campus. Last week. A pair of alerts went out on January tenth after Davis. Police officer Natalie corona was shot, but only twenty thousand of the intended seventy thousand people received them UC Davis. Chancellor Gary s may said in a statement that the system failure was unacceptable and officials will ensure that the alerts work in the future. The system was designed by rave mobile safety, Massachusetts based firm. The problem was fixed and a campus wide alert was sent later that evening, raves said in a statement that it takes full responsibility for the system failure, abandoned, volunteer at an elk grove high school has been arrested for sexual misconduct with a minor police say Lucas Melville was arrested last week after school officials got in touch with law enforcement Melville was volunteer at Laguna creek high officers discovered that the sexual misconduct happened off campus. Melville's volunteer position was terminated. He's no longer in police custody, but the investigation is ongoing a paradise. Supervisor says there is benzine and the drinking water up there because of the campfire, but it is not at a dangerous level. Doug teeter represents paradise and Miguel ya and says the detectable levels of benzene are one point one parts per billion. The federal standard is five parts per. For billion while the state has a standard of one part teeter says while some water pipes may have been affected. It doesn't appear to be a widespread problem for pipes that weren't burnt or compromised believe they're going to be fine. Benzine dissipates over time. It breaks down into other compounds..