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"andrea palm" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I'm Rusty Mellberg. Many of the traditional Martin Luther King Jr Day celebrations were held virtually due to the pandemic. George Martin with the Martin Luther King Justice Coalition in Milwaukee, says they focused on the work being done. Bring attention to racial and social justice. We're so glad to see local young leaders. Along with your Greek families stand up against police, violence and racism. Other people using it as a day of service. Residents in parts of Pocono Township in Pennsylvania, advised to shelter in place after officers received calls concerning multiple shootings in different locations, resulting in at least four injuries, according to officials. Pocono Mountain Regional police chief Christopher Wagner's saying authorities have multiple witnesses. And multiple persons of interest until we have somebody in custody until we have answers as to who is out there shooting. We want everybody to be safe. So we are advising. Our community to shelter in place and to call in any suspicious activity. Governor Evers handpicked choice to lead the Department of Health, is leaving her post nearly two years to the day that she was first appointed Acting Health Secretary Andrea Palm's trading in her office in Madison for one in Washington, D C Palm said to join the Biden administration is deputy director of the Department of Health and Human Services. Home who's been criticized by the Republican led state legislature for the state. Slow vaccination rollout was actually never confirmed by the assembly. In a written statement, Governor Evers said he wished Palm well in her new role and named Karen Timberlake is acting DHS secretary until a permanent replacement is named. Mike Spaulding WTMJ NEWS Target Tampa Packers playoff coverage on WTMJ tickets for the NFC title game will go on sale Wednesday. There. The team planning to sell around 6500 tickets due to the pandemics just a little bit more than what was sold for the Rams game. They're more than 8400 people in attendance for the divisional round game, Jebediah tells WTMJ. The atmosphere was exciting. How loud it sounded. I mean, it didn't sound much quieter than normal, normal crowd to be honest and It was, you know, banging on the seats and sharing it was those quite loud kickoff set for just after 2 p.m. for much more target Tampa playoff coverage. Text Lord Packers 285561616 20 Sports Traffic and Weather Next siding Unlimited wtmj news time 11 02. You may remember me comparing sleep apnea to an intruder inundates the sleep of its victims and chokes them. Let's up and chokes them over and over again throughout the night way, painted a grim picture, But I'm not here to sugar coat it..
Wisconsin health secretary Andrea Palm leaving to join Biden administration
"Governor Evers handpicked choice to lead the Department of Health, is leaving her post nearly two years to the day that she was first appointed Acting Health Secretary Andrea Palm's trading in her office in Madison for one in Washington, D C Palm said to join the Biden administration is deputy director of the Department of Health and Human Services. Home who's been criticized by the Republican led state legislature for the state. Slow vaccination rollout was actually never confirmed by the assembly. In a written statement, Governor Evers said he wished Palm well in her new role and named Karen Timberlake is acting DHS secretary until a permanent replacement is
"andrea palm" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Students in Milwaukee Freedom School in 1965. When Dr King came to speak at U W M problem of economic deprivation is one of the most serious problems that may be the most serious problem that the Negro confront. Death may be different, but the issues then are still shoes today. We do need a lifting of the minimum wage to at least $2.75 an hour. G. Miller WTMJ News. Dr King first visited Milwaukee and 1957 spoke. To a standing room only crowd seven years later at what was the Milwaukee Auditorium, 15,000 march peacefully through downtown in Milwaukee, and the days after his assassination, and 1968 was one of the largest civil rights demonstrations in the city's history. Acting Health Secretary Andrea Palm won't be around to see Wisconsin through the cove in 19 pandemic Evers appointees leaving the Department of Health Services two years after she was picked by the governor to lead it. In a statement by the by the administration this morning, Palm is said to leave Wisconsin to become the deputy secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. It'll become a return to Washington for Palm, assuming she's confirmed by the Senate. She had previously worked under former President Barack Obama and then Senator Hillary Clinton. The governor's named Karen Timberlake is in terms Secretary of the DHS. Mike Spaulding. WTMJ NEWS, Milwaukee Mitchell International, continues to see fewer people flying in and out of the city because of the pandemic that Milwaukee business too. Smart, CASS tells WTMJ Airport leaders think they maybe six months away from seeing closer to normal numbers. We thought increased over the holidays and I saw some good numbers of individuals were flying. So I think we've seen that. But this still out of Milwaukee, the number of flights is way down the number of individuals flying his way down. You're talking 60 to 70% mark ads and once travel increases, all parts of Milwaukee's economy will improve. Hotels and restaurants. President Trump has issued two sets of pardons in the past month and met with it advisers to finalize the list of pardons and commutations. CBS has been Tracy reports that a lot of pardons there are reports that we could see upwards of 100 pardons or commutations tomorrow. Some of them could be controversial. There are apparently are some controversial rappers who are in this mix of the president is considering pardons or commutations for White House advisers have said that while Mr Trump has privately debated whether or not to pardon himself, they advised him against it because it would make him look guilty. Siding Unlimited wtmj news time. 3 34.
"andrea palm" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Alot of 18 for Tuesday cloudy colder a high of 24 right now. 28 degrees in Milwaukee. At 301 from the WTMJ breaking news center. Acting Health secretary designee Andrea Palm will not be around to see Wisconsin through the pandemic. Paul Me is leaving the Department of Health Services two years after she was selected by the governor. She's been selected by the Biden team now to become the deputy secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. It'll be returned to Washington for Palm, who did work for President Obama. Evers has commented on Palm Today during a tour of a covert center in UW. Green Bay's. There's a consummate Public servant. She always worked hard for the people that needed health and health care world. Evers has named Karen Timberlake is the interim secretary of the DHS in Washington. U. S defense officials are concerned about an insider attack or other threats from service members involving the security, rinsed in securing President elect Joe Bynes inauguration that concern is prompting the FBI to vet all 25,000 National Guard troops. Coming into Washington for the event. People who live in Washington say this is the tightest they've ever seen Security ahead of the inauguration, but ABC Zelig Stone says the streets are deserted for blocks around the White House here. Every intersection they've got dump trucks parked to block anybody from trying to ram their way in the gates are now closed over the weekend. There were a lot of areas where people could still walk. Those have now closed. The streets are quiet. There are few people here, and they're kind of mingling about taking pictures of all the security, but that's about it. The USS cataracts, she said. The U. S Capitol complex was locked down today during a rehearsal for the inauguration. It was a fire by the mile away that was not connected to a threat. First responders are among those now eligible to get the cove in 19 vaccine today in the force working in the hospitals are in the face of it with great regularity. Walkie fire chief Aaron Lipsky says. It's a step in the right direction. Even if most firefighters have already gotten the vaccine is part of the other duties. The majority of us in this area are also emergency medical technicians and paramedics. So We are already well underway with our vaccinations as part of group 18 also eligible under phase one B or police officers make farmer's child care workers and educators that DHS estimates the program would affect just over one million people statewide. Mike Spaulding WTMJ news Coming up more fans in the stands again on Sunday, citing unlimited wtmj news time. Three or four I have two dogs, Salmon daily, both our golden retrievers. Poor Sam. He was a mess. Always itching. His paws were smoking. What all day from just constant licking. He had bald spots on his back. I just don't like.
"andrea palm" Discussed on AP News
"Was no threat to the public. Today is also Dr Martin Luther King Jr Day. Dr Margaret Hung with the Southern Poverty Law Center, says King's message is very timely, he pointed out that hate does not drive out hate. Only love can do that. And it can be very hard to hate. Those toe. Love those who hate you. But it is more important than ever that we understand what Dr that hate the end of the World Health Organization. Dr Ted Prasad, not grow braces, is speaking out about drug maker's profits and vaccine inequalities. It's not right that younger Healthier adults in rich countries are vaccinated before health workers and all their people in poorer countries. He's accusing most vaccine makers of targeting locations where profits are highest. Wisconsin's top health official, Andrea Palm, is leaving for a job with the Department of Health and Human Services under President elect Joe Biden. She's involved in the Biden strategy to expand access to Corona virus vaccines and speed up the rate of vaccinations. This is AP News A tradition among presidents is in peril. This year it started in 1989, outgoing President Reagan left a kind handwritten note in the Oval Office for incoming President George H. W. Bush. It featured a cartoon that red Don't let the turkeys get you down. Reagan said he would be praying for Bush. Bush left a note for Bill Clinton to your success now is our country's success. I am rooting hard for you, and so was the departing presidents began leaving warm hand written notes for their successors in the Oval Office. But will Donald Trump leave a friendly letter for President elect Biden? No answer to that question. Yet, though President Trump is refusing to attend Biden's inauguration, I'm Rita Fall way a man is in a hospital in northern Germany after being bitten in the face by a camel, the employee of the Perlberg Zoo was cleaning the camel enclosure and feeding the animals When one turns suddenly and bid him. The injuries are considered serious. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Martin Luther King led the fight. Against poverty and we need to restore that we need to think about how we help people. Who have been struggling at the edges of the economy for so long. How do we help them? If we just wait for them to come along and rescue us? Then we will not see change happen? We have to commit ourselves to enabling their efforts to be felt and doing what we can in our communities to help one another. Thank you. A little flexibility can go a long way by.
"andrea palm" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It just gives you that flash of anxiety. And yet until you do it You don't realize it. A 262 person going through around about for the first time is definitely eye opening and and Apparent to everybody around them and can give people some anxiety. I'm willing to bet their people listening to us right now that will intentionally go out of their way to avoid A route with around about because they don't know how to handle it. Or because it just it makes him nervous. And all of a sudden you're driving on that highway and you see the roundabout coming in. That that that flash of panic has sweaty Palm's seemingly mundane activity brings about anxiety. I do really like that one because I can't think of one here in Milwaukee, but definitely in Green Bay. I think it's like Mason Street or something like that right near downtown. You're right about that, and there's there's like three or four or five of them in succession. And the people that live in Green Bay. They drive that every day, so they're constantly like looping in between and in and out. And if you go through there for the first time, it is like like you're a fish trying to go into like getting sucked into a current. It is. It was horrifying. I call it the seventh Circle of hell driving through that, and I mean, I could drive through a roundabout. Just fine. Thank you very much, but having them one after another, and there's like four or five of them by the time you get to the fourth one You are white knuckling and like just saying a prayer Because it Zeke get scary. See when it comes to round about, um I love them love the roundabout. But I think the first one we got here in this area had to be 15 20 years ago. Now I think it was the one out on Moreland Road right off of, you know, 43. And if you find yourself that this is just a blanket statement to you, Kyle or or to you, Melissa. Anybody else who's listening out there who might find themselves and they're in the car with me, which I guess could be odd and awkward. But nevertheless I'll say it if you find yourself in the car with me, and I am the one behind the wheel and we come upon a roundabout. We're going to go around that round about a few times. And I do it intentionally because they are fun. So let's enjoy it. Well, we we, we, You know, I know what I'm doing. I intentionally set out to have a couple of revolutions around the roundabout. So so it's funny. You say that because that actually happened to me one time where I was by Ah, High school in Green Bay, and there was ah, a couple of kids in a car. Getting, you know, getting finishing high school of finishing the day They kept going around the roundabout where I couldn't even get into the roundabout because they kept going around. So it was like a fun fun day for them. Not for me. You gotta embrace the roundabout. There are a few other text Somebody get too, because some of you have nailed Again, just talking about everyday mundane activities that for whatever reason. Provide a flash of anxiety, even though they're so seemingly simple, so I'll read some of those pretty good texts in just a couple of minutes. But first, it is the bottom of the hour and Melissa's here with headlines. Thank you. Scott U. S Capitol complex temporarily locked down earlier today during a rehearsal for president elect Turbines inauguration That was after a fire and a homeless encampment that was roughly a mile away. It sent a plume of smoke into the air and cause security concerns. But Law enforcement officials said that there was no threat to the public and the fire was not believed to be a threat to the inauguration. Firefighters put that blaze out quickly. Inauguration Day is on Wednesday There will be some fans in the stands at Lambeau Field once again for this weekend's NFC Championship game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ribeye Packers say they will sell roughly 6500 tickets. To establish season ticket holders nearly 9000 total people were in the stadium to watch the Packers defeat The Rams over the weekend. Head of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services is leaving Madison for a job in Washington, D. C. Andrea Palm, who had never been confirmed by the state Legislature, is leaving Wisconsin to become Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Palm was the first chosen by Governor Evers back in January of 2019, but was never confirmed Time now for a WTMJ Drake and Associates Market update The markets by the way are closed.
Wisconsin sees massive spike in deaths, new COVID-19 cases
"Virus cases across the state of Wisconsin could be a sign of things to come. The nightmare scenario of frankly, Wisconsin's chief medical officer, Dr Ryan Westergaard, says that nightmare could get worse than the fact that it's already highest levels. Widespread. And we think most people haven't been exposed yet is really a concerning scenario. Acting Health Secretary Andrea Palm said. Tuesday's numbers are a prime example of why they opened up the alternate care facility at State Fair Park. Despite it being sparsely used right now that exponential growth that we have talked about a number of times throughout this pandemic is coming home to roost like Spaulding
Virus pushes twin cities El Paso and Juarez to the brink
"A key battleground state Wisconsin broke records Tuesday for the number of coronavirus cases and deaths Wisconsin's chief medical examiner Dr Ryan Westergaard says the previous records were set just about a week ago it's a nightmare scenario frankly that this could get quite a bit worse in the next several weeks or months before it gets better health secretary designate Andrea palm says significant action needs to be taken we all need to stay home do not interact with people that you do not live with several months ago the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down governor Tony Evers formal stay at home order if people stay at home we can call it whatever I call it saving life Iverson is pleading with people in Wisconsin to voluntarily shelter in place I'm at Donahue
"andrea palm" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Bano Donald Show. That's right, your Thanksgiving dinner. Well, it's just not safe this year. Christmas with Grandma and Grandpa. Just not safe this year before we get into that, and so much more on the show today. Time for you to win $1000 in our full fortune cash contest. Don't say that too loudly, though, although because probably there is some liberal somewhere saying you texting in the word hope to 202 100 might also spread Corona virus. That is our word of the hour. You've got 53 minutes. Take your time. Text the word Hope. H o p E to 202 100. If your text is picked at random, you will win $1000 in cash. Instantly. Now you will get a text confirming entry. Plus I heart radio information, standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide. Contest. We will have the very latest on the hunter Biden emails and, yes, they are every bit as bad as they're being made out to be. Now texts have emerged. Rudy Giuliani telling my friends at Newsmax TV that in fact, there is evidence that Joe Biden son was physically intimate with a 14 year old girl. And that he was texting his father. For advice on how to handle this. We'll get to that. Also the historical trends that Joe don't just predict that this race is going to be close, and I do have evidence that this race that President Trump is actually doing much better in 2020 than he was in 2016, using the media's own polling that's been used to show Joe Biden with a massive lead. Not only that there are significant historical trends that indicate that not only is Joe Biden not winning big, he's not actually winning. At all. Well, so You like Greendale, Right? I like Greendale. I go to Greendale. It's beautiful suburb of Milwaukee. It's ah, the Great Depression era model community. It was basically a make work project during the new deal, and it's a just a gorgeous, gorgeous community. You know who really doesn't like Greendale all that much. The Democrat who wants to represent Greendale in the Wisconsin assembly that coming up But first yes, indeed. The Evers administration wants Tio end Thanksgiving for you and your family. Wait. Well, not if Andrea Palm secretary designee of the Wisconsin Department held health services has anything to say about it, she said yesterday. That going over the woods over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house. Yep. Not a good idea. In fact, the only people that you should be.
"andrea palm" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Chuck's favorites in red zones just got bigger. Those states with the highest increases in covert numbers and 31 states air now, innit, says the most recent weekly White House Corona Virus Task Force briefing for Governors, which ABC News has got hold of It includes Wisconsin, where state Health Secretary Andrea Palm says hospitals were stretched in and she says, it's going to get worse. It's important to understand that we're in a much worse place now. When we were in March and April. So now is the time for all of us to double down and do our part. Please stay home. Illinois now tallies more than 9000 covert deaths, Governor J B Pritzker says. Since last night over 2200 people were hospitalized with covert and most regions of the state continued to see increases in covert related hospital admissions. California has the most cases of any state. It's issuing guidelines for limited theme park opening state health chief Mark Gullies will be limited and capacity up to 25% or 500. Visitors, whichever is viewer. They can only operate with outdoor attractions and ticket sales must be limited to visitors in the same House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have still not yet reached agreement on a Corona virus relief package, says a Pelosi spokesperson. Former RNC finance coach here in top Trump Campaign fundraiser plead guilty Elliot Brody pleaded guilty over his failure to register as a foreign lobbyist when he agreed to take millions from a Malaysian businessman in exchange for using his influence with the Trump Adminis. Gration. Brody was supposed to plead with the administration to drop a criminal investigation into the theft of billions of dollars from a Malaysian government investment fund. But his efforts were unsuccessful and he failed to arrange a golf outing with President Trump has promised bride he must now forfeit more than $6 million. He also faces possible prison time. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS New YORK Listening to ABC News Balance of nature is fruits.
"andrea palm" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Covert numbers and 31 states air now, innit, says the most recent weekly White House Corona Virus Task Force briefing for Governors, which ABC News has got hold of It includes Wisconsin, where state health Secretary Andrea Palm, says hospitals we're stretched thin and she says it's going to get worse. It's important to understand that we're in a much worse place now. When we were in March and April. So now is the time for all of us to double down and do our part. Please stay home. Illinois now tallies more than 9000. Covad deaths, Governor J B. Pritzker says. Since last night over 2200 people were hospitalized with covert and most regions of the state continued to see increases in covert related hospital admissions. California has the most cases of any state. It's issuing guidelines for limited theme park opening state health chief Mark Gullies will be limited and capacity up to 25% or 500. Visitors, whichever is fewer. They can only operate with outdoor attractions and ticket sales must be limited to visitors in the same county House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have still not yet reached agreement on a Corona virus relief package, says Pelosi, spokesperson Former RNC finance coach here in top Trump Campaign fundraiser plead guilty Elliot Brody pleaded guilty over his failure to register as a foreign lobbyist when he agreed to take millions from a Malaysian businessman in exchange for using his influence with the Trump administration. Brody was supposed to plead with the administration to drop a criminal investigation into the theft of billions of dollars from a Malaysian government investment fund. But his efforts were unsuccessful and he failed to arrange a golf outing with President Trump has promised Roy. He must now forfeit more than $6 million. He also faces possible prison time. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New YORK You're listening to ABC News from California's.
"andrea palm" Discussed on KOMO
"Three from ABC New sign Chuck Secrets in the Red Zones just got bigger those states with the highest increases in covert numbers. And 31 States air now, innit, says the most recent weekly White House Corona Virus Task Force briefing for governors, which ABC News has gotten a hold of that includes Wisconsin, where State Health Secretary Andrea Palm says hospitals were stretched in and she says, it's going to get worse. It's important to understand that we're in a much worse place now. When we were in March and April. So now is the time for all of us to double down and do our part. Please stay home. Illinois now tallies more than 9000 covert deaths, Governor J B Pritzker says. Since last night over 2200 people were hospitalized with covert and most regions of the state continued to see increases in covert related hospital admissions. California has the most cases of any state. It's issuing guidelines for limited theme park opening state health chief Mark Gullies will be limited and capacity up to 25% or 500. Visitors, whichever is viewer. They can only operate with outdoor attractions and ticket sales must be limited to visitors in the same county House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have still not yet reached agreement on a Corona virus relief package, says Pelosi, spokesperson Former RNC finance coach here in top Trump Campaign fundraiser plead guilty Elliot Brody pleaded guilty over his failure to register as a foreign lobbyist when he agreed to take millions from a Malaysian businessman in exchange for using his influence with the Trump administration. Brody was supposed to plead with the administration to drop a criminal investigation into the theft of billions of dollars from a Malaysian government investment fund. But his efforts were unsuccessful and he failed to arrange a golf outing with President Trump has promised Roy. He must now forfeit more than $6 million. He also faces possible prison time. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New YORK You're listening to ABC News. Stay.
"andrea palm" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"It's a beautiful day. Keep in mind the Kilborn Tunnel. Both entrances. Well, both exiting and entering Milwaukee Gonna close down as a five o'clock. DNC. For all eight people going to be at the convention that Wisconsin center In person. They are closing down the Kilborn tunnel. Why would you be in downtown Milwaukee? There's nothing I mean again. I'm not saying that for the restaurants that are just dying right now, But I'm just saying there's other ways to get into the city. I mean, McKinley if you need to come in from the city and you're coming from, I guess the best the West Get off of McKinley kind of wraparound Pfizer form, though, but just please know this is lasting through the week, by the way, because obviously the convention starts next week, going through the weekend. So if the next week the Kilborn tunnel, both going into downtown there under the courthouse and then exiting If you want to head north bond there is going to be closed due to the DNC convention. Minus Joe Biden. Chance. $1000 in the sizzling summer cash contest will do that just after five o'clock a little over 20 minutes from right now. I'll say once a week. Governor Evers does thes press conferences that air carried on TV around one o'clock. When I say press conferences he's sitting there. With his mask on Then they'll It's around Ross speech. Open the curve. Where your mask we can do it, Wisconsin. As I watched this because for those who know where I do the news during this time during the Mark Bell in late afternoon show, so whenever there's a press conference will watch and you grab some audio And Andrea Palm comes on and give us an update and then other people. Then there's a question and answer session. Reporters can basically it by the phone. Get into a queue and ask questions. Governor Evers. After his update on covert was asked a question about an incident that happened in the city of Madison on Tuesday. An 11 year old little girl. Was shot in the head. Tuesday morning. And her family made the I'm guessing heart wrenching. It had to have been decision to take her off life support here was the little girl's grandmother. Yesterday because of the injuries that my granddaughter has sustained. But attorneys will be removed from life support. On some viral morning at 11. 11 AM chosen.
"andrea palm" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Milwaukee and Madison, because that's where this is all going on. Are you going out state and finding that everybody's got a mass mandate? No. Are you going out? Stayed in finding that you've gotta wear your mask in a bar at sitting on a bar stool, and the only time you can take it off is when you're drinking your drink? No. Oh, they have masked mandates out on playgrounds, beaches. No. Who does Milwaukee Madison. Whatever Milwaukee and Madison population centers. What are Milwaukee Madison. Besides population centers, the single to locations that are responsible for the vast majority of Democrat votes. And when you have Andrea Palm use the Corona virus test numbers from Milwaukee and Madison to give schools unilateral authority to shut their facilities down. Whenever the schools feel like they ought to. You have just given schools and the teachers union by extension, the authority to shut down polling locations. How is that going to work out for the upcoming November election? Not well, not well, because what needs to happen in those too dense Democrat? Votre rich Democrat areas. Those two Democrat vote rich areas are also Two of the largest repositories of Republican votes as well. But guess who isn't going to be targeted for a mail in ballot? Guess who isn't going to be reminded to turn in their mail in ballots? The same way the Democrats are and guess who doesn't have a team willing to election year and cheat for them? Oh, those would be the Republicans. I'll be right back. Common sense, a rare commodity in 21st century America. If you're on a quest for insightful commentary, enterprise.
"andrea palm" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The major stories of the day with Sean Hannity weekdays six to nine stay informed all day every day on news talk eleven thirty WISN N. W. or N. W. H. T. to Milwaukee and I heart radio station good afternoon I'm Dave Michaels state health secretary nominee Andrea palm is disappointed in the Wisconsin Supreme Court's ruling yesterday that this decision will hamper our ability to protect the health and safety of Wisconsinites and it risks increasing our cases and our desks Senate Majority Leader Scott fitzgerald says that the big picture should be about re opening Wisconsin like is K. twelve coming back in the fall is the UW system are going to have kids loading up their cars and driving down and and and taking residency in a dorm room what are you gonna do with these group gatherings like weddings and banquets all the four o'clock business report brought to you by the good feet store the Dow was up today three hundred and seventy seven points the nasdaq gained eighty well the S. and P. rose thirty to check in the sports scoreboard the NC two A. is extending the deadline for college players to withdraw from this year's NBA draft the deadline was supposed to be June third a new date will be set once the NBA establishes a timeline to execute its pre draft process but the bush a Buick GMC new center I'm Dave Michaels newstalk eleven thirty WISN I heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to discuss what's most important to him well with me I mean you know just in showing this business and being happy and having fun with it and singing for pay I don't know it's it's not that I can I can't necessarily.
"andrea palm" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Is the ten o'clock report on news talk eleven thirty W. I. S. S. president trump is praising the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling striking down safer at home the Republican controlled state legislature had sued over the order contending it was a constitutional overreach by the democratic governor's administration four of the court's five conservative justices sided with Republican legislators now department of health services secretary Andrea palm and Iverson we'll have to use the rule making process to manage the state's pandemic response going forward and that means the legislature's joint finance committee with its Republican majority will have input as well as a forty four potential veto over any plan even as DHS puts forward the state is already on track to reopen under IFRS badger bounced back plan and safer at home expires in less than two weeks on may twenty sixth Bob Hague Wisconsin radio network bars and restaurants in Milwaukee will have to stay close a little while longer Milwaukee adopted its own safer at home order back in March president trump touting his accomplishments on fox business network this morning what I've done is more than any other president you take the first three years we've done more tax cuts H. regulations we've done more than any other president ever trump says he's made great strides of Jerusalem Iran that Iran wants to make a deal with the U. S. a new poll shows president trump leading Joe Biden and fifteen battleground states the same CNN poll cells that Biden is leading nationally in sports Joe.
"andrea palm" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Relax coronavirus restrictions that may have slowed the spread but if definitely crush the economy the Wisconsin Supreme Court has struck down a state wide stay home order more from this morning's Mike Gavin the court sided with lawmakers who said the state's top public health official exceeded her authority by imposing the restrictions the court ruled that while governor Tony YVR is possesses emergency powers the state home directive was effectively imposed by Andrea palm secretary for the department of health services whose discretion as a political appointee is more limited at stake in Wisconsin a safer at home order but has been extended through may twenty sixth meanwhile the governor urged the public to continue with social distancing cordon thank you Mike as of yesterday by the way the number of recorded coronavirus deaths in Wisconsin was four hundred twenty one the court appeared to strike down the order with immediate effect although the legislature had asked for six days to work out a new plan with governor eaters some day for stocks with the Dow industrials off more than five hundred points investors were reacting to remarks from federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell who said further stimulus could be needed to support the economy's recovery from the government restrictions designed to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus despite warning of a potential wave of bankruptcies and slow improvement in the job market Mr Powell also said in yesterday's speech that the central bank was not considering plans to cut its benchmark federal funds rate below zero the loss of thousands of small and medium sized businesses across the country would destroy the life's work and family legacy of many businesses evidence of the damage already sustained by businesses is growing the Wall Street journal says a gauge of U. S. business prices posted its largest decrease on record in April as the pandemic curtailed economic activity by the way the Dow finished down two point two percent yesterday the first three day losing streak since March the S. and P. five hundred was off one point seven percent the nasdaq dropped one point five.
"andrea palm" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Coronavirus restrictions tomorrow Wisconsin's state home order is still in place and will be until next Wednesday but the state Supreme Court ruling that the governor over reach led to confusion some people mistakenly thought it was lifted immediately Wisconsin Supreme Court says the administration of governor Tony Evers overstep by extending the state state home order back in March levers gave his safer at home order because of the pandemic it was supposed to end April twenty fourth but department of health and Human Services secretary Andrea palm extended it to may twenty six Republican lawmakers argued palm had been writing rules without legislative input the court agreed the governor's policy will be in effect for a few more days but then Republicans the governor and health experts have to come up with an agreement on any new plan moving forward chill NATO fox news hospitals and researchers are being warned that China is targeting them trying to steal information about a corona virus vaccine though China denies that is it remains under a lot of scrutiny about this outbreak that started there president trump has repeatedly accused Beijing of not sounding not loud enough alarm amid the initial corona virus outbreak that began in central China and it's not acceptable what happens now Republican attorneys general in fourteen states are asking the president to form a state federal partnership to hold China responsible for U. S. mentalities and economic damages a dossier compiled by the so called five eyes intelligence alliance including the US UK New Zealand Australia and Canada concludes China intentionally hid or destroyed evidence Beijing denies the allegations Tom Graham fox news that power we get the report a new weekly jobless claims perhaps millions more in the prior seven weeks thirty three million people filed for unemployment on Wall Street stock futures.
"andrea palm" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Ballots to be counted despite not having postmarks those bells either have a postmark with no date no postmark at all or one that's illegible the U. S. Supreme Court had ruled that only ballots postmarked April seventh or earlier should be counted Democrats say all legal options are on the table as they await Wisconsin's election results to be revealed this afternoon Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez says they want to see voting rights expanded upon what we saw in the state of Wisconsin last week it was voter suppression on steroids the party is calling on Republicans to move the state's special election in may to an all mail in ballot lawsuits are likely to be on the way out to the state's election results are announced today governor reverse all the promise that during an update this afternoon at the end of the day this will be resolved in court and and then we can move on the governor did say however that he does not think one party benefited more than the other by forging ahead with the election Republican controlled state legislature is out with its coronavirus response bill a proposal the legislature plans to vote on starting tomorrow when it's first of a kind virtual says since most lawmakers will be dialed in remotely governor YVR says he has yet to see the entire ninety page document but is hopeful a bipartisan deal will be reached new cases of corona virus are continuing to pop up in Wisconsin but health officials believe we're on the right path Alex grows in the breaking news center with the latest numbers John eighty seven new cases have been identified in the last twenty four hours that means we're now at more than thirty four hundred positive cases in the state of Wisconsin but health secretary designate Andrea palm says that's good news I know I can sound discouraging to hear an increase in these numbers but it is important to know that we have actually seen a decrease in the exponential growth as a result of safer at home we are flattening the curve twenty nine percent of those who tested positive in Wisconsin have required hospitalization one hundred fifty four people have lost their lives coming up bad news for employees at a Wisconsin based company WTMJ news time four oh three.
Wisconsin seeks to delay upcoming presidential primary
"Across Wisconsin calling upon secretary Andrea palm with the department of Human Services to stop tomorrow's in person election the letter sent over the weekend signed by among others Milwaukee mayor Barrett Madison's mayor sap yeah roads Conway green bay's mayor and connections mayor as well the mayor is also asking the legislature to respect the governor's request for a special session and to create a solution protecting public health as well as the right to vote
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"Will dry out there now but we'll see some thunderstorms returning later on a highway fifty four today from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Alex Kroll Wisconsin has surpassed nine hundred thirty cases of corona virus with at least fifteen deaths state health secretary designate Andrea palm says those numbers will increase and is asking people to follow the safer at home order to flatten the curve we are so impressed with the ways you found to stay connected and adapted to this new normal we are grateful for the way so many of you have asked what can I do instead of what's in it for me homes as models for the rising cases should ease in several weeks if everyone does their part are people following the state's safer at home order or will they need to be fined or possibly even taken to prison Milwaukee alderman cavalier Johnson tells TMJ four news he believes people are already doing their part to slow the spread we would hope that people see the warnings in the messages that are coming from officials at the local state level the end of the stick Milwaukee police expected to share what efforts they'll be using to enforce the order on Monday speaking of Milwaukee police they're searching for a suspect after a shooting left one person dead and another seriously injured it happened around seven forty five this morning near north thirty ninth street in west Saint Paul Avenue a twenty six year old Milwaukee man was killed nineteen year old woman was taken to the hospital and is listed in critical condition last week alone three point three million Americans applied for unemployment A. B. C.'s Devin Dwyer in Washington as the story financial relief for millions of American families is finally in motion I've never signed anything with the G. on it president trump signing the historic two trillion dollar emergency aid package the largest in US history I think we're gonna have a rebound like we have never seen before millions of Americans hit by the crisis will get direct government payments in early April twelve hundred dollars to individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars per year or less plus five hundred dollars per child the number of coronavirus cases inside the United States now more than one hundred four thousand and back in Milwaukee more rain is on the way in the storms tonight could bring hail and even a stray tornado storm team four meteorologist at least you Wilson says on a scale of one to five with.
THC found in Wisconsin vaping cases that led to illnesses
"News a possible trend discovered among vaping illness cases in Wisconsin Wisconsin department of health services says nearly nine out of ten cases where vaping let the people developing a severe lung disease involves the use of THC products such as waxes are oils AZ eighty nine percent of the twenty seven people they interviewed who became sick reported using E. cigarettes or other vaping products to inhale the psychoactive compound in marijuana secretary designate Andrea palm warns the cartridges that contain THC may contain chemicals or additives that are unknown on regulated or unsafe and she urges people to not vape there been nearly two hundred illnesses related to vaping in at least twenty two states according to the centers for disease control and