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"andrew denberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Oh 73 FM and am 5 80 our top story Vince's down trees down roofs of It's coming. It's built up. Banks no longer hurricane now, but Nicholas losing steam just hours after slamming into southeast Texas with heavy winds and rains. It's a tropical storm. Now Scott with sustained winds at 60, MPH. And of course, the concern in Texas now is flooding. Nearly half a million homes are already without power. We have been experiencing on and off periods of strong winds and rain here in Houston, as those bands have come through. And right now we're experiencing one of those bands and those sheets of rain come down officials overnight. We're concerned about the potential for dangerous flash flooding. In fact, the mayor yesterday urged residents to get off of the roads by sundown and to stay in their homes throughout the night into this morning after Texas, Louisiana is up next reporter Andrew Denberg continues our team covering the East, a state of emergency in Louisiana forecasters warning of significant flooding along the coast. Where hurricane itis slammed ashore just over two weeks ago. The National Guard already in position, New Orleans is now under a flash flood Watch through Thursday. It's recall day in California, Gavin you have a governor. To make sure Donald Trump's dark, destructive divisive politics never finds a place in California story. Next on Orlando's morning news. This is W T V O Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. I'm Channel Nine. Eyewitness news better I'll just Brian Shields hitting about 90 today. Coming up are tracking a better chance of storms rolling in this afternoon. I four eastbound. You've gotta crash that has now just been moved to the right shoulder on the ST Johns River Bridge. Backup begins right after First Street. Air One is.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm re computer service. In Prince Andrew is likely to be the main topic of the virtual hearing today in New York, Virginia Joffrey's as observing a sex abuse lawsuit against the Prince. Joffrey claims she was sex traffic to Andrew at the age of 17 by his former friend, Jeffrey Epstein. I'll have 21 days to respond to that civil suit. United Nations is hosting a high level donors conference right now to drum up emergency funds for Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover. There are concerns that instability upended humanitarian efforts combined with the drought and that could endanger the lives and plunged the country towards famine. The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan continues in the wake of our withdrawal reporter Andrew Denberg over the weekend, the Taliban raising their flag over the presidential palace in Kabul, then announcing new rules for women who were banned from schools under Taliban rule in the nineties. Now the Taliban says female students will be allowed to study but classrooms will be segregated by gender. North Korea claims they have succeeded in test firing long range cruise missiles over the weekend. Experts say that flat, low level flight path does not pose a threat to the United States is a tactical weapon for now, But ballistic missiles will be provocative. If successful in the future. North Korea still have a long way to go to make a small enough nuclear warhead that would fit a ballistic missile reaching the United States. Judy Chu, ABC News Source. South Korea Monday morning at 7 50. Now Wdbo scouting is with the Orlando's Morning news. It's time for the five day it's brought to you by protect air conditioning and plumbing services. There's a meteorologist Rusty McRaney. Even though we're getting deeper into September, we still have our persistent summer pattern. Continuing an onshore breeze will bring a showers and storms this afternoon. The best chance will be in interior locations along in west of I four overall 40% Chance Still hot and steamy today High up to 91 For tonight partly cloudy skies Morning load tomorrow down to just 76. We'll see a little bit better 50% chance for showers and storms on your Tuesday with high right around 90 degrees. Stay with that 50% chance on Wednesday as well with a high near 90 call another 50% chance on Thursday, with the onshore flow continuing at a high of 91 right now, I'm going to call for 40% chance for storms on Friday, but rain chances could be going up. As a tropical wave moves well, just east.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"D. Bl. President Biden arrives in Sacramento today. The campaign with embattled Governor Gavin Newsom on the eve of California's recall election, Democratic analysts say that gives Newsome a chance to nationalize the election. Republican analysts say the sign Newsom is afraid he will lose. The leading Republican who would replace Newsom is conservative Larry Elder. Thousands of Afghan refugees continue to arrive in the US Cassie Stewart is with a group called Refugee Services of Texas. It's one of the many that are taking a huge influx of Afghan families and helping them resettled to try to get ages of the kids and set up beds and maybe even have some toys or activities. They're not going to feel at home, but at least they can have some basic necessities. You know when they arrive, the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan continues in the wake of the military withdrawal. Here's reporter Andrew Denberg over the weekend, the Taliban raising their flag over the presidential palace in Kabul, then announcing new rules for women who were banned from schools under Taliban rule in the nineties. Now the Taliban says female students will be allowed to study but classrooms will be segregated by gender. North Korea's added again country claims they have succeeded in test firing long range cruise missiles over the weekend. Experts say that flat, low level flight path does not pose a threat to the United States is a tactical weapon for now, but ballistic missiles will be provocative, if successful in the future. North Korea still have a long way to go to make a small enough nuclear warhead that would fit a ballistic missile reaching the United States to ABC News Source. South Korea or, after all, the angst pop star Britney Spears announced her engagement to her longtime boyfriend, Sam Ash, Gari, the 39 year old flashing the four carat diamond ring as she broke the news on Instagram. The word lioness engraved on the rings ban. The engagement coming after Spears high profile legal fight took an unexpected turn. Last week. Spears, his father requesting a Los Angeles court and her 13 year conservatorship, which controls both our finances and her personal life and history. Being made in the NFL. I want to try with this name is that Maya Shaka while she is the first black woman to officiate an NFL game that happened over the weekend, Scott All right, Ray and Marsha. Thank you. It's 5 35 now and Wdbo. We appreciate you being here today. Orlando's morning news. I'm.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Place. Find your next great hired and visit indeed dot com slash credit. Kevin Brennan WBZ traffic on the threes. 74 degrees in Boston right now, Plenty of sunshine Today. An afternoon shower, though, is possible later high in the low eighties and mid seventies at the beaches today tonight, Clear and comfy dropping to about 64 tomorrow Beautiful bright sunshine High near 80 looking at Wednesday. Mix of clouds and sunshine High 82. Some showers are likely looks like tomorrow night and then mostly cloudy on Thursday with some rain on the way high 78 Live local hand. Fiercely independent, This is WBZ NewsRadio. Happy Labor Day to you. Good Monday morning. I'm Tina Gal. Here are the five things you need to know. A 10 15 an early morning fire this morning on Perthshire Road in Brighton. One person is dead. Eight other residents forced out. One resident and two firefighters were injured. Boston's preliminary mayoral election is just eight days away. Boston's acting mayor Kim Jamie, leading the fundraising race with currently over $1.5 million raised since January, Covid 19 continuing to wreak havoc with the Red Sox roster, 11 players on the Covid 19 injure list and two more Nick Bavetta and Danny Santana added yesterday. Rally man is being called a hero after rescuing a neighbor from her burning home Sunday, 20 years after a fire inside his own home, claimed the lives of his wife and two young kids back now to our top story this Monday morning Labor Day 2021 health officials warning holiday travel and crowded football games and concerts over this holiday weekend. Could likely lead to a surge of covid 19 cases. ABC Andrew Denberg has more from New York Delta variant is driving the national average caseload back up to nearly 150,000 infections a day 13 times what it was in June hospitals struggling.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Get a firsthand look at Ida's aftermath and his A. B C's Andrew Denberg reports stories about how bad it was are still surfacing. In New Jersey officials are searching for two family members swept away toward a river last Thursday and in New York were seeing the impossible conditions Rescuers faced in the midst of the emergency. Two NYPD officers swimming and shoulder deep water, Children's toys and face masks inundated apartment, But by the time city officials eventually got into the apartment, the family of three had already drowned. Tens of thousands of people who fled South Lake Tahoe ahead of the counter fire are being allowed back as crews managed to stall the advance of the blaze. The Southern Hemisphere's winter has just ended. New Zealand recording its warmest winter on record. This is ABC News. A deadly attack at a home in Polk County, Florida has left four dead. The accused shooter 33 year old Brian Riley, was arrested after a gunfight with police. Most of New Zealand is getting ready to come out of its latest covid lockdown. The country has been battling an outbreak of the Delta variant since last month, but his prime minister Jacinda Ardern says we are making progress, but we still have some real challenges ahead. That's why we need everyone's help with those two critical things. Testing and following the rules of alert levels for most of New Zealand will move out of lockdown on Tuesday, when exception is the largest city of Oakland, which will see restrictions remain for at least an additional week. All recent cases have been detected there. Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign Desk, and another country is eyeing a four day work week. A recent poll in Scotland found 80% of the country's population backs the idea the government is run. An experiment on a shorter workweek. Elizabeth Halsey, ABC News Pro football season's here and Pro roofers.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Employed and a third that provided an extra $300 a week in federal funding on top of state benefits. A B C's Andrew Denberg with the September 20th date, the administration said for beginning covid vaccine booster shots two weeks off word that a booster for just one of the three approved vaccines will be available. The Biden administration on Sunday insisted that it's not getting ahead of the science as President Biden has set a target date of September 20th. To begin rolling out booster shots despite federal regulators having yet to sign off on them, White House chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci on CBS. Wearing full body armor. The former Marine sniper is accused of gunning down four people, including a mother and the three month old child. She was cradling before shooting it out with police eventually surrendering Sheriff Grady Judd. There was not enough. Adjectives are descriptive to point out how angry I am with him or how sad I am for the family and 11 year old girl who was shot seven times survived. Rescue workers in Bolivia recovered the body of American Daniel Grand Bourg from the top of Mount L. Amani, one of Bolivia's highest peaks more than 20,000 ft. The lead. Rescuers says grand birds lungs just gave out in the thin atmosphere at that altitude, Grand Bourg had been in country about two months..

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on KOMO

"It seems like this people lining up for fuel because the opportunity to get gas is spontaneous. Agents from the FBI and U. S Homeland Security have arrived in Haiti to help with the investigation. But U S troops despite a request from Haiti's interim leader are not expected to be sent. Andrew Denberg ABC News No news. Time is now for 47 Hospital workers around the country are struggling as the delta variant of Covid 19 continues to take a heavy toll in spots. ABC psyche Chachi has the latest. This is nothing that I had imagined out of Frisco for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. Springfield, Missouri's Mercy Hospital. Opening the sixth Covid Ward, a stark example of the Delta variants increasing threat 25 states now facing a steady increase in new cases, 17 states, seeing a jump in hospital admissions, and in six of those states, the number of people dying every day is going up with 99.5% of them unvaccinated, according to the CDC director. Dr Anthony Fauci, pointing to a solution. The bad news is that we have a very nasty variant and the good news. Is that we have a vaccine that works against it. But the daily vaccination rate is dropping down 85% since April, all across the country Efforts to battle vaccine hesitancy Continue Republicans Democrats, We all suffer the same consequence of the Delta variant gets us and we're not vaccinated. And this morning new word from Pfizer, the drug company meeting with the FDA today to discuss its request for federal authorization for a third dose of its covid 19 vaccine. It is entirely conceivable, maybe likely that at some time We will need a boost. The CDC in FDA says A booster shot isn't needed at the moment. But fighter claims their booster shot would add optimal protection within 12. Months after a second dose I Kajaki ABC NEWS Washington Global news. Time is now. 4 48. Gas prices continue to climb across the greater Seattle area. New numbers from gasbuddy dot com show on nearly 4.5 cent increase over the last week with the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded now sitting at 3 92. Prices in Seattle ranged from 3 29 at the low end of 4 59 on the high side nationwide. The average price for a gallon now sits at 3 13. Yesterday, a handful of organizations came together to restore three decades old community mural and playground in Seattle's China International District. The neighborhood was hit by graffiti in 2018 and someone ruined, Um euro behind Chang Law School near Canton Alley. The Chang Hwa Benevolent Association, the organization one world now and ups are teaming up to give the mural new life. This sends a message.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Once stood. We have now recovered over £14 million of concrete and debris. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says the recovery does continue until the remaining 31 people that are still unaccounted for. Are found. Thousands of Cubans are taking to the streets protesting the nation's communist government. Some of the biggest demonstrations in decades happening in cities across Cuba over the weekend, including Havana, Senator Marco Rubio says Cubans have been suffering from economic collapse, restrictions on civil liberties and the government's response to the covid 19 pandemic. These people are frustrated. They want to live in a normal country. They don't want to have their kids getting on rafts and having to leave the country in order to lead normal lives. Rubio warns, though, that the Cuban government may respond with bloodshed by blocking the Internet to prevent videos of that violence to be shared online. We'll all tough news radio 6 10 w i. O D at 702. Agents from the FBI and U. S Homeland Security have arrived in Haiti to help investigate last week's assassination of President Juvenal Voice. Haitian officials have arrested 63 year old doctor Christian Emanuel Sandhu on accusing him of playing a central role in the assassination. He lived here in South Florida. ABC is Andrew Denberg has more Having a connection problem there. But Hades, former first lady, who was critically injured in last week's attack, is reportedly recovering well after surgery this weekend at Ryder Trauma Center. She continues to have Police watch round the clock as this investigation does continue. It's coming up now on seven Oh, four. We turn our attention now to the coronavirus pandemic, which we are still living under this morning Flies are expected to talk about its covid vaccine booster today with federal health officials. Dr. Anthony Fauci says that they're not needed right now, but told CNN, maybe in the future. President Biden's top medical advisor also appeared on ABC yesterday, say many people might be waiting to get a shot. Until the vaccines switch from emergency used to fully approved. He predicts that that will happen, saying it's only a technical issue. A special meetings happening tonight in Key West s commissioners look into legal options after the governor signs a bill essentially overturning three referendums concerning cruises. Saying it takes power away from local government and the will of the people, Vice Mayor Sam Kaufman says it's not fair. The governor signed Senate Bill 11 94, overturning all the rules they want to implement. The state has preempted these issues and will not allow the locals to have control of the regulations for these things. The ordinances passing with 60% of the vote last November ban cruise ships with a capacity of more than 1300 passengers from disembarking at the key West port. Limit the total number of passengers disembarking to 1500 per day and give priority to companies with the best environmental records. Wendy Gershman, NewsRadio 6 10, W i, o D at 704 and a 90 year old Belgian woman is dead after becoming infected with two different strains of covid 19 at the same time. Scientists say the woman was hospitalized near Brussels when tests determined she contracted variants found in South Africa and the United Kingdom. The woman died five days after the diagnosis. Experts say she may have contracted the strains from two different People city of Miami's Emergency Rental Assistance program is reopening for applications this morning residents who have been financially impacted by the covid 19 pandemic. Can apply for up to 12 months of assistance for rent and utilities from the city of Miami. 705 Space X will soon be building a rocket engine factory near Waco, Texas, CEO Elon Musk announced the plan the facility to be built. McGregor will make Rafter two engines. The company already has a research and development facility in McGregor, where new engines and thrusters are developed, and final engines and components are tested. Musk says the new plant will build between 800 1000 engines per year and will be one of the most advanced rocket engine factories in the world. It is now nearly 76. And just halfway through the year, Florida's breaking its record for the annual number of manatee deaths. 841 manatees have died through the first six months of this year. And cleaning up does pay off. At least it did for one Jacksonville man. Kenneth Morgan was doing the chores around house and this happened over the Fourth of July weekend when he found a Powerball ticket stuck in a drawer. Luckily, he checked the numbers before tossing into the trash turns out that that quick pick he bought at a Publix liquor store was worth a million bucks, the 54 year old says. He is still in shock. More news at 7 37 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, Jimi. All right. Thanks for much. Come up in Just a couple of minutes. The numbers of covid, Uh, cases of rising in the state of Florida. We're holding our own here in Miami Dade County in Broward County's but their across the state they are rising and we'll tell you all about that number vaccinations going down. Straight ahead at 7 12 Caravaggio's extend Wi O D because two heads Welcome in Clay, Travis and Buck Sexton are louder than one. Absolutely Clay Travis and Buck Sexton show today at noon on news radio. 6 10 double new I o d, Warm and human today partly sunny, scattered showers and storms this morning more later on this afternoon and into this evening high 88 77 Tonight Scattered mainly afternoon.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Least 10. People from the campsite were taken to the hospital, according to the Navy. There appears to be damage to buildings on the base, but a spokesperson confirms there's no damage to the submarines stored at the base. And that is a B C's Andrew Denberg reporting a recent ruling can be considered a victory for Florida and the cruise industry, a federal judge refusing a CDC request to allow it to impose its conditional sale order that order mandated Cruz mines follow certain regulations to prevent the spread of covid. But Governor de Santa sued in April to allow cruise lines to operate anyway. The state was successful in that earlier lawsuit, and based on this latest ruling, the conditional sale order will be recommendations not requirements. Starting July 18th. Well at 604. Health experts are now watching another new covid variant closely as it spreads. The Lambda Variant was first spotted in Peru last August and is now in 29 countries. The fear is that vaccines will not be able to fight its mutations. It also appears to be more contagious is like the Delta variant, which has become the dominant strain nationwide. That one makes up more than half of all new cases. Symptoms include headache, runny nose and sore throat at 605. Haiti is without a president this morning Juvenile Moyes assassinated yesterday, at least four of the presumed gunmen killed in gunfire with police and despite earlier reports of her passing, the first lady was flown to Ryder trauma and is in fact being treated for gunshot wounds. The ambassador to Haiti now calling for an internal and international investigation. Unfortunately, we have a dead president. Uh, it was killed. Uh, now we need to to make sure that, uh, is there going to see carries on and then and to see how we can We consider the country together. The U. N Security Council will be meeting today and local Haitian officials are holding a press conference this afternoon. Meanwhile, President Biden will deliver what the White House calls a major policy speech on Afghanistan this afternoon as well. NBC's Richard Engel reports from Bagram Air Base abandoned by Americans, the only sign of the Afghan army now in charge of Bagram air Base. Is that the entrance inside there are miles of unguarded roads and barracks. Press Secretary Jen Psaki said. Biden will meet this morning with his national security team to get an update on the drawdown of U. S troops. Speak to the nation earlier this afternoon about that and an ongoing security humanitarian assistance for the Afghan people in the country's military and security forces at 605 new top speller will be crowned tonight. The final 11 scripts. National Spelling Bee contestants are going head to head to win $50,000. The event was cancelled last year due to the pandemic and returned last month. First lady Dr Jill Biden will be there to meet with the spellers and congratulate them on their academic achievement. In Orlando. The finals will air on ESPN two starting at eight o'clock tonight. And unbelievably cell. Lightning have done it again, striking twice second consecutive NHL championship for Tampa.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Government bitch. Was communicating to the crowd in the context of what the crowd understood. So is that it? Yes, it's what I say. Is that is that what you told him, sir? I I said that in the totality of a conversation with one party understood which they misunderstood. And so that was the limitations that were put upon me, okay? James also took the stand in his own defense. Had no reason to lie. In this case, there was So much done. This investigation from top to bottom. There was no reason to life it is. Jane's attorney, Thomas Clay, says they will appeal the decision to the circuit Court. ABC News has learned. A grand jury in New York has voted to indict the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Alan Weiss, Oberg. The charges are expected to be unsealed today when Y Solberg and Organization representatives are doing court why Solberg has already surrendered to federal officials. They are expected to face tax fraud charges. ABC is Andrew Denberg, keeping an eye on it. On Wednesday, Trump ignored questions about the criminal charges while in Texas, where he held a campaign style event along the border. The former president himself is not expected to be a part of these charges, and he's denied all wrongdoing, recently, dismissing the investigation as politically motivated. And we're going to end with dinosaurs. Apparently, they were headed towards extinction long before an asteroid killed them. Anyway. Some scientists are releasing a new studies showing that the dinosaurs were fighting for survival when the galactic rock struck what is now Mexico? Said the dinosaurs were long in decline as many as 10 million years before the asteroid strike. However, there is some controversy with the new studies. Some contradictory research shows. The dinosaurs were thriving at the time that the asteroid crushed them. And scientists are finding fault with the new research is patchy fossil record. And why are you doing this story? We have arguments over this. That's your ridiculous scientists arguing. This story apparently upset Toni Kroos. We'll talk about it again later. Your next news update is at 7 30. I'm Will Clark NewsRadio 8 40. That was the same thing..

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Over an immigration reform bill. Addressing people who arrived illegally in the country as Children and Republican Texas Senator John Cornyn says he wants a citizenship pathway for the so called dreamers. But he thinks the 2021 Dream and Promise Act goes too far. The American Dream and Promise Act would not just applied to those who come to our country as Children. This would extend a pathway to citizenship to adults. He fears the bill would provide incentives to encourage more central Americans to come to pay smugglers for that deadly trip to the border. He says Republicans are seeking a more targeted bill, which would apply to nearly 640,000 migrants who are currently covered under the DACA program. While work is being done on this particular piece of legislation, efforts are underway in Texas to build former President Trump's signature political promise you guessed it the Wall, the governor of Texas, announcing his plan to restart construction of a wall along the southern border, setting aside $250 million as a down payment. And launching a website to collect private donations to fund the project. The border was far more under control under the Trump administration. Just last month, officials reported 180,000 encounters with migrants on the Southwest border, a 700% increase from the same month last year and the highest number in two decades. ABC's Andrew Denberg reporting coming up next, a poisonous caterpillar wreaking havoc in one New England state, you'll find out in a minute for 100 years, WBZ NewsRadio has brought you the biggest political stories from our hometown hero. President elect Kennedy has a good chance of getting some last minute advice this morning when he drew the last presidential election..

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Biden beats this morning with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy is there. The president's agenda for this summit is long. Aides say he intends to raise a range of issues related to Russia's bad actions under Putin. Well, he's a master of malign activities. But Rose Gottemoeller, a lecturer at Stanford University and a former top NATO official says there's also an opportunity here for the two men to see eye to eye. We have mutual positive impressed that we need to work on, such as making sure that Afghanistan does not collapse and making sure that uh, nuclear weapons continue to be in a process of limitation and control. Stephen Portnoy, CBS NEWS GENEVA Motorcyclist was killed on South Third Street last night, the motorcycle colliding with an SUV. Police say the driver of the SUV was under the influence and he was arrested. With the White House planning a large July 4th event. New York celebrated its reopening last night with a series of fireworks displays throughout the state. The celebrations come even as health officials warn about a new variant of the coronavirus spreading in the U. S. The CDC now officially declaring the delta variant First seen in India of variant of concern It's more contagious, but the vaccines do appear to be effective against it. Still, doctors say it's important to monitor how the variant spreads among Children under 12, who are not yet eligible for the vaccine, Andrew Denberg reporting there are now 600,000 Americans who have died from the coronavirus Johns Hopkins University, revealing that milestone. As the US leads the world in deaths from the virus. Brazil, India and the United Kingdom are among the other countries where Covid desktop six figures I do polls, says one in four vaccinated Kentucky INS will stay away from unvaccinated friends and colleagues. Suzanne Duval has more in a survey conducted by my bio source dot com bio technical products distribution company 27% of Vaccinated Kentucky and say that Going forward. They will be avoiding contact with friends and colleagues who have chosen not to be vaccinated. This is compared to a national average of 48% across the country. This figure was highest in Maryland, with 65% of that state's residents, saying they will avoid mixing with non vaccinated people. Comparatively just 11% of respondents in more rural Idaho say they will be avoiding contact. Suzanne Duval NewsRadio 8 40. W H. A. Yes, A 25 $100 reward is being offered for information leading to those who vandalized a Brianna Taylor mural video from Landon Park on June 9th. Shows two people facing the mural with a mini bike, leaving tire tracks on the mural. It's on a basketball court that was officially dedicated less than a week before it was vandalized. A Louisville metro police officer accused of hitting a protester in the head with the riots, stick, has resigned. Officer Corry Evans was served pre termination papers by the department last week he's expected to plead guilty next month to violating the protesters. Civil rights. The Louisville Zoo is back to full capacity. Visitors can still buy tickets online, but they are also now able to get them at the gate. All indoor facilities, rides and playgrounds are open. The Splash Park will reopen on Friday. Some parents may find their empty masters all over again. Some lost their jobs and could no longer afford to pay rent. Others wanted to quarantine with family members. Either way over a quarter of younger millennials moved home during the Covid 19 pandemic, according to a Bankrate survey. And now, with the economy on the mend, many are packing up about from their parents and Start living on their own again analyst and a staple says many Jen's ears will also be leaving the next college kids told me their door rooms or, you know, surrendered apartment, and both groups are doing it with rent Prices on the rise. Daria Aldinger ABC News Board News in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles NewsRadio. 8 40. W h A s Good.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Phoenix TR News on 92 2 weeks until Election Day. Some new rules the next time the presidential candidates debate the Trump campaign says the president will attend Thursday night's debate. Despite a rule change that aims to avoid all those interruptions we saw in the first debate. This time a candidate's microphone will be turned off whenever his opponent is providing the initial two minute answer to the debate questions, But both mikes will be turned on during the open discussions that follow each answer. ABC is Andrew Denberg. President Trump on the rule Change is saying, quote, I'll participate. I just think it's very unfair. In affordable ruling the US Supreme Court, making a surprise announcement Monday that would not intervene in a ruling from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, extending the state's ballot receipt deadline. A ruling being challenged by the Pennsylvania GOP ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks Supporters of the Pennsylvania Law permitting the counting of votes that arrived shortly after the election cited the disruptive effective cove in the Supreme Court by letting the law stand, maybe signaling a willingness to be flexible when it comes to pandemic voting rules As Corona virus cases surge across the country, the Centers for Disease Control putting out new guidance. Washington and ABC is faith a booby anew recommendation from the CDC, saying anyone traveling on public transportation should wear a mask her practice already required in several states. But the guidance coming just a day's after White House adviser Dr Scott Atlas claimed best don't work. His message removed by Twitter. It all comes as dangerous signs emerge nearly 400,000 new virus cases nationwide in the past week, hospitalizations up and 41 states. 21% of hospitals across the country Running low on I see you bent and fading hopes of an agreement on a Corona virus relief package before Election Day. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has imposed a deadline by the end of today, but Democrats in the White House they're still haggling over major issues. You're listening to ABC News. We've all heard it eat healthy. But what does eating healthy mean? Sure, There are countless diets out there, but they contradict each other. Yet all experts agree we should eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Whole fruits and vegetables are the perfect fuel.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm Dave Packard With two weeks until Election Day. Some new rules the next time the presidential candidates debate the Trump campaign, says the president will attend Thursday night's debate. Despite a rule change that aims to avoid all those interruptions we saw in the first debate this time a candidate's microphone will be turned off whenever his opponent is providing the initial two minute answer to the debate questions, But both mikes will be turned on during the open discussions that follow each ant. ABC is Andrew Denberg. President Trump on the rule Change is saying, quote, I'll participate. I just think it's very unfair in affordable ruling the US Supreme Court making a surprise announcement Monday that would not intervene in a ruling from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, extending the state's ballot receipt deadline, a ruling being challenged by the Pennsylvania GOP ABC News legal analyst, Royal Oaks Supporters of the Pennsylvania Law permitting the counting of votes that arrive shortly after the election cited the disruptive, effective David the Supreme Court by letting the law stand, maybe signaling a willingness to be flexible when it comes to pandemic. Voting rules. Corona virus cases surge across the country, The Centers for Disease Control putting out new guidance to Washington and ABC is Faith, a boobie a new recommendations from the CDC, saying anyone traveling on public transportation should wear a mask her practice already required in several states. But the guidance coming just a day's after White House adviser Dr Scott Atlas claimed best. Don't work. His message removed by Twitter. It all comes as dangerous signs emerged nearly 400,000 new virus cases nationwide in the past week, hospitalizations up in 41 states and 21% of hospitals across the country running low on ice you bets and fading hopes of an agreement on a Corona virus relief package before Election Day. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has imposed a deadline by the end of today, but Democrats in the White House is still haggling over major issues. You're listening to ABC News Promo News. Good morning. Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the comb over 24 7 News Center, a busy couple of weeks leading up to Election Day, November 3rd overnight King County election says they collected more than 60,000 balance in just the first six days of voting alone. For comparison, only about 10.5 1000 were cast in the first six days of the 2016 election. Voters We spoke to like Amy's Spangler's say Getting their ballot in early was a priority This year. I wanted Teo been a drop box so that I wouldn't overburden the mail system. It makes me feel like I am directly in control of being delivered. My boat on the Seattle City Council is considering a strategy to provide Mohr resource is to the city's homeless population. Unsheltered outreach in response team would replace the navigation team, which has been suspended as the city makes custom. The Seattle Police Department budget this new team would not conduct sweeps like the navigation team did and would not be staffed by Law Enforcement Officers Council is expected to vote on the legislation Monday. Now your co Moh traffic.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"15. President's doctors say he continues to improve after a drop in oxygen yesterday and could possibly go home as soon as tomorrow. Pats game with the chief scheduled for today, now, tomorrow night at 705. This after players on both teams has positive. U. S. Senators from Maine and New Hampshire want the federal government to relax pandemic travel rules between the US and Canada. And Worcester is now banned house to house trick or treating for Halloween this year because that city's moved into the red zone for covert risks. Firefighters battle two alarm fire in Maine early this morning it happened. It's true Nature Salt therapy store in the main street business district. There's a lot of close together commercial buildings in that area, but firefighters were able to keep the blaze to that one building. No one was injured, but there was significant fire, water and smoke damage. President Trump's doctors say he could be released again from the hospital as early as tomorrow. His physicians gave an update on his condition today. ABC is Mark Roma large with the details. Physician to the president, Dr Sean Conley says the president continues to recover from covert 19. If everything continues to go well, we're going to start discharge planning back to the White House, he says. The president's oxygen levels temporarily fell again yesterday. But so far today, Trump has not required supplemental oxygen. Conley was asked about conflicting statements over the past use of oxygen by the president. He acknowledged he was trying to downplay the severity of the president's condition in his previous remarks, and in doing so, you know it came off. That we're trying to hide. Something was initially true. Mark Re Malard ABC News. The president's personal assistant and body man, Nick Luna has tested positive. Luna went with Trump to Cleveland for the first presidential debate and a recent Minnesota rally. He was pulled, however, before going with the president to a New Jersey fundraiser on Thursday because of his close proximity to hope Hicks, the Trump senior White House official, who initially tested positive for Corona virus, that was CBS's Finn Gomez. Well, it's not clear whether the second debate between President Trump and Joe Biden will be had held a scheduled the only vice presidential debate is taking place on Tuesday night. Details from ABC is Andrew Denberg, Senator Kamala Harris prepares to take the debate stage against Vice President Mike Pence later in the week, she made a stop in Salt Lake City, Utah, do the work that is necessary..

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Graces us with his presence. Good morning. Good morning to you, by all accounts, the first professional sporting event in the state of Ohio with fans. Went well last night in Columbus. Now the true tale will be in seven or eight days if we would hear of any cases of covert 19 coming from that from from the contact tracing, But the fans were wearing masks. Even the cars in the parking lot were socially distant. I thought you're going to say they were wearing the apparently they use the parking lot so that they would space out every other spot people. Ah, looked like the crowds came. Been kind of staggered and there was no big rush to get into the gate. And then when you look at the stadium, they kept him just on the home team side. But each group of people who got tickets these are longtime season ticket holders were in basic pods across the state. So just Ah, socially distance spread out of part. It was loud enough that you could hear the crowd definitely in the background. Ah, little different. From what we've been used to watching sports the these last six months a lot. How many were allowed 1500, which was what the state, he said, is the absolute maximum. So when the governor gave the permission for the high school football to resume, he said, you're 15% capacity or a max of 1515 100 on DH. That's what they went with over the objection of the Columbus Public Health Department who didn't like the idea they wanted himto wait. Until the Columbus area was back under a level one public health emergency. You know that color coded thing that we go by, but and the governor did say Over the weekend. If you didn't hear that he's going to allow limited fans into Browns and Bengals games on trial basis. He will lift that cap of 1500 for that and will allow them to have 6000 spread out over two games 1500 yesterday but they didn't allow FC Cincinnati in right. Well, not in not in goal That's been the way it's been ever since the regular season restarted their five matches now without being able to score goals. That's now that's a good betting game Now, you know exactly when will at first goal come, you know, and it's like you get down. Goal just like they give up because I mean, they know that I mean, all they do is play defense. If if they let the other team score on, it's already much over. It's over of our news at 7 30. We'll talk fireworks last night. Kentucky Speedway was that secret location for the Western and Southern Show? More 15 minutes. News Radio seven W W Thank you. Brian 7 17 7 17 on this Monday morning can brew for Mike McConnell. Let's go out to our nation's capital. Standing by from ABC News is one of their fine correspondents Andrew Dim Bird. Andrew, How are you on this Labor Day? Hey, Good morning, guys hanging in there. How are you doing? Well, there's only one guy here, but I'm doing fine. I'm doing really well. Okay. Well, the This is traditionally the start off the presidential campaign season. But as you and I both know that started about three years ago, didn't it? It did. But, you know, Labor Day weekend isn't really just all beaches and barbecues in an election year. It really is the time for campaign season kind of kicks into high gear, this sort of final stretch if you will to November and both Trump and Biden are taking advantage hitting battleground states hard this week, President Trump is ramping up his rally schedule with stops ahead in Michigan, Pennsylvania. I believe North Carolina coming up this week, fighting to be something in many of those same state, and that's really about with similarities in this campaign come to a screeching halt. So that's the only place where they agree is that these are important states here with Michigan, Pennsylvania, you in Arizona, Florida and some of these other swing states, which are going to decide this election. Joe Biden and Trump hitting the campaign trail hard this week. Yeah, Minnesota in play, according to the president, that that could be a play. You know what? I equate this to Andrew? I mean, I work in your town for a while, back in the nineties. This is kind of like the build up to an NFL season. It's kind of like the lines are out. The betting lines are out. And so you're just kind of seeing how teams ramp up to a betting line in the NFL, and whether or not the lines hold true. In this case, you're looking at polls and you're saying Well, is this pole right? Is that pole right? And it's kind of like old gum flapping until November, the third, But you gotta play the odds. Because if you don't you could be on the outside looking in November. Yeah, You gotta play the math to the electoral college map. As we know the popular vote is useless. It's really all about the electoral college and what's going to happen it really you have Biden with Stefano already lock and trumpets states that are already obviously a lot. And they're going to be fighting for that middle ground. Some of those states that we didn't think might have been in play a couple of months ago for either candidate. Now, maybe there's plenty you could look at. Like Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Minnesota. There's a lot even Wisconsin, possibly depending on some of the Poles here. And, you know also the convention's wrapped up just a couple of weeks ago. So as that kind of dust settles in, that excitement settles where the things level out here. And now we're hearing more from these candidates as well as they try to differentiate themselves. I mean, in recent weeks, President Trump is continuing to build, for example, on his platform as a law and order candidate will bite in Trump's America right now that sewing feared from that to the Corona virus. These candidates are remarkably different here in not just you know their platforms, but the rhetoric is, well, well, I ran to it Does it all adds up to kind of a busy time for you? We appreciate your time here on Earth. 700 wlw Andrew Denberg ABC News in Washington. It's 7 21 news radio.

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"andrew denberg" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"andrew denberg" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The Corona virus, 7 10 W. O R Voice of New York and I heart radio stations. It's 86 degrees and mostly sunny at two o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm David Folk Thomas. So far so good. New York's Cove in 19 numbers continue to remain low and steady. Governor Cuomo announcing this morning that statewide hospitalizations yesterday down to 646. That's the lowest number since March 18th. There were 149 Corona virus patients in the I C U That's also the lowest figure since mid March. Cuomo says there were 10 covert related deaths statewide, and the positive rate for those testing yesterday was 1.5%. A 19 year old is fighting for his life after he was stabbed multiple times following a car crash in Brooklyn. Paul de Castro has the details. It happened just after 2 a.m. Saturday on Fourth Avenue and 60 of street in Sunset Park. The teenager was stabbed in the neck and chest and was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Witnesses at the scene say the victim and the suspect got out of their vehicles to exchange paperwork after a minor crash when the situation escalated and led to the stabbing cops were looking for the suspect who drove off in a white sedan Paul in the Castro. W. O R News and one person stabbed in downtown Portland early this morning during a 59th consecutive night of violent protests that have rocked Oregon's largest city president Trump sending federal agents into the city to protect a federal courthouse. And they have increasingly been under attack. ABC is Andrew Denberg has Maur, the administration vows to send thousands of.

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