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"andrew dim" Discussed on KOMO
"New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy today surveying damage from the remnants of Hurricane Ida near the Delaware River. Sadly, the toll of loss of life remains where it was yesterday. 27 losses of life President Biden has declared a major disaster existed in six New Jersey counties, as well as New York holiday travel this Labor Day weekend at pre pandemic levels. This is health officials weren't traveling crowds at football games and concerts this Labor Day weekend. Could lead to a surge of covid cases. ABC is Andrew Dim, Bert, the 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 to keep up many patients are unvaccinated. The country is seeing more than 1100 deaths from covid every day up 131% in just the last month. You're listening to ABC news. Let's see if something costs less. But people are happier with it. That sounds like something to look into. And that's Medicare. Maybe you've heard switching to me to share to pay for health care can save the typical family 500 bucks a month. And that's huge. But it's also true that people are way more satisfied after making the switch to the customer satisfaction rate for men to share is double that of the typical health insurance plan double Medicare works. It's been around for more than a quarter century, and members have shared more than $3 billion of each other's bills. People love having telehealth and a huge nationwide P P O network, so Yeah, you can save a ton and like it better imagine being happy with how you're taking care of your health care. So if you're self employed or part of the gig economy, or you just want to play in your happy with you can call right now and get a price within two minutes. Very, very smart Use of two minutes. Here's the number you need. 877 26 Bible. That's 877 26 Bible. 877 26 Bible. New details in the mystery over the shooting of a prominent South Carolina lawyer just months after his wife and son were killed ABC CVA pilgrims Back In June, Murdoch called 911 after discovering the bodies of his wife, Maggie, and their 22 year old son, Paul at the family's hunting lodge. To date. No suspects have been named in their murders. No arrests have been made. The family is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. Tennis star Sloane Stephens is the latest athlete to speak out about the mental health struggles of elite players, Stevens revealing she's been flooded with abusive messages and Naomi Osaka announcing she's taking an indefinite break from the game. ABC News contributor and USA Today columnist Christine Brennan has more. Let's hear it. Please wonderful role models, especially Naomi Osaka. Now, son, Steven, speaking up discussing these issues in public. They're still in their twenties. They're still very young. And for them to have the courage and the will to bring this up and to fight this and to talk about it, I think is so admirable. More companies are keeping an eye on their employees doing remote work to make sure they're actually working. They're using so called tattle Wear. One example is a digital surveillance platform called Sneak, which can take a live photo of workers every minute from their company laptops. Some workers call it an invasion of privacy, but many companies call it accountability. This is ABC News. And.
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"Currently when major currents in the eastern Pacific Ocean first came into existence. The results also provide clues on how climate change affects sea life because of distinct differences between skaters living in unique conditions around the Pacific, researchers say. One of the species is a million years old and can practically escaped from California across the ocean to Japan. Corbyn Carson Kft News comes in Grand Isle Louisiana have been declared NBC's Andrew Dim, Burt says the Heat is now a major problem. The Louisiana Department of Health, saying a man in New Orleans died Sunday from heat exposure, and with half a million customers still without power. Some victims are now being evacuated from New Orleans to areas that have air conditioning. The Louisiana National Guard has had to build floating bridges to help first responders get to the hardest hit areas. The Taliban says they've taken control of pen share province north of the Afghan capital of Kabul. The province was the last holdout of anti Taliban forces. It was the only part of Afghanistan the Taliban had not taken over during the sweep across the country last month, the Taliban is being blamed for blocking charter planes from leaving an airport in northern Afghanistan. Ascend athletics teaches leadership two girls through hiking and mountaineering spokesman Paul Stern says a group of them is waiting for flights monitoring the situation very closely, Uh, given the fear that the situation is deteriorating, and, uh, we need to be airborne as soon as possible. He says The young women are near the airport but are worried the situation could get worse. And a landlord in Maine has found some tarantulas in a python left behind by one of his former tenants. At one of his properties. Landlord called in animal rescuers to get the animals from the apartment in Auburn. The rescuer says the animals which are illegal in Maine are doing fine and will all be relocated. We're going back to Malibu Canyon. You betcha. Has some good news Now we have made a flight out here to Malibu, Ken, we could actually see about 90. 5% of it. There's a little cloud right over a.
"andrew dim" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News. I'm Richard can to more than a week since Ida and still almost 600,000 homes and businesses in Louisiana's Don't have electricity. President Biden will travel to the Northeast US tomorrow to look at the devastation in this part of the country. In New Jersey officials are searching for two family members swept away toward a river last Thursday. And in New York two NYPD officers swimming and shoulder deep water, Children's toys and face masks floating in the murky water as the men dive down, trying to open the door to an inundated apartment. But by the time city officials eventually got into the apartment, the family of three had already drowned. A B C's Andrew Dim Bert and Central Florida's Polk County, Former Marine sniper Ryan Brian Riley is hospitalized in custody after he was accused of fatally shooting four people and then shooting it out with police. Before being wounded and captured Sheriff Grady Judd, he says at one point tired detectives They begged for their lives, and I killed them anyway. He's evil in the flesh, he says wryly appears to be suffering some kind of mental illness coming up on 20 years since the September 11th attacks, and they're still thinking by some that the kingdom of Saudi Arabia had some kind of role in the coming days. Federal investigators will release some declassified documents from the investigation. ABC News contributor. Brad Garrett is ex FBI. Huge Chuck of the hijackers were Saudi. The bigger question with the Saudis is what did they actually know? About some of these players about some of their own citizens and what was in their intelligence files. Prior to 9 11, ending today three different pandemic related unemployment benefit programs. Some estimates are that seven million people will lose. Nearly all of their jobless benefits on over three million will see their benefits reduced. You're listening.
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"andrew dim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The Taliban is warning the US to exit Afghanistan. By that August 31st deadline one week from today, more than 37,000 people have been evacuated so far, but many are still waiting to leave. The country invited is suggesting the U. S led evacuation effort could run past the August 31st deadline. Congressman Adam Schiff, emerging from a classified briefing last night, said it appears more time will be needed, given the logistical difficulties. Of moving people to the airport and and the limited number of workarounds. It's hard for me to see that being fully complete by the end of the month, But the Taliban calls August 31st a red line and is warning of consequences if the deadline is extended. That is a BCS Andrew Dim, Bert. Nine year old has died after a two vehicle crash in Butler County. Last night. It happened around 10 o'clock on Eton Road at West Taylor School Road near Trenton. Another child and an adult were also injured in this crash, police say a van was traveling westbound when the driver ran through a stop sign and struck a truck on the passenger side. Both Children were objected from that van. There has been no update on the second child's condition. The accident remains under investigation. Cincinnati Police, meanwhile, are investigating a murder that happened in the West end. Last night. 24 year old Cornell Neil was found shot to death on Freeman Avenue around seven o'clock. No word on any suspects. If you can help police call Crime stoppers at 35 to 30 40. Reds are back in action this evening. They hold a slim lead in the NL wildcard race and head off to Milwaukee tonight to face the first place Brewers. Tyler Malley gets the start for Cincinnati. Our pregame coverage gets underway tonight at 7 10. Our next update at nine o'clock, Rick you Chino NewsRadio 700 wlw Otis, So good to finally see my bay Bridge Coast spokesperson against by you saw me every day on video calls this We've got to hit the road and Beach Bay Bridge traffic to the beach. The early bird gets the worm. I'm no early birds Spike. I'm more of a night owl. Well, staying later is another way to avoid traffic on the bridge. Businesses on the eastern Shore are thrilled to have you back, Go early and stay late. At Bay Bridge Traffic updates at the mdta on Twitter or bay bridge dot com. When you hear that hunger calling your name, then you need to get something. Gotta find yourself a buck sweaters lit up. Better cookin something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something before I follow up the people then hop on their old horse of yours. And.
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"andrew dim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Have been evacuated so far, but many are still waiting to leave the country. President Biden is suggesting the U. S led evacuation effort. Could run past the August 31st deadline. Congressman Adam Schiff, emerging from a classified briefing last night, said it appears more time will be needed, given the logistical difficulties. Of moving people to the airport. Um, and the limited number of workarounds. It's hard for me to see that being fully complete by the end of the month, But the Taliban calls August 31st a red line and is warning of consequences if the deadline is extended. That is a BCS Andrew Dim, Bert. A nine year old is dead this morning after two vehicle crash in Butler County last night. It happened on Eton Road at West Taylor School Road near Trenton Around 10 o'clock last night. Another child and an adult were both injured in that wreck. Police say a van was traveling westbound when the driver ran through a stop sign and hit a truck on the passenger side. Both Children were ejected from the van. There's been no update On the second child's condition. That accident remains under investigation. The boyfriend of a Middletown mother, who pled guilty last week to killing six year old Her six year old son is expected to appear in court today to plead guilty to charges of his own. James Hamilton was in court yesterday prepared to plead guilty to charges including kidnapping and abuse of a corpse in the case involving Young James Hutchinson. His hearing was pushed back to today. The Reds are back in action this evening, holding a slim lead in the N L wildcard race tonight. It's Tyler Malley getting the start up against first place. Milwaukee. Our airtime gets underway at 7 10. The forecast is coming up next go early, Staying late Travel stress free and celebrates bike What you're doing, Otis. The Bay Bridge needs a jingle. Yeah, telling people to cross the Bay Bridge early in the morning or late at night. Go early. Stay late. Travel starts three years. Elaborate. Business is on the eastern Shore are thrilled to have you back. Go early and stay late. Get a bridge Traffic updates at the M V to on Twitter or bay bridge dot com..
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"Seattle, KOMO FM, Oakville From ABC News. I'm Richard Cantu, Capital Insurrection. Investigators are apparently going to try to get their hands on the phone and social media records of the House's own members. January 6th Committee Investigation Chair Bennie Thompson, saying he will first ask House members and Trump officials to voluntarily hand over phone and text information, not necessarily casinos. That won't be there. The first thing I have to do, uh, there are some letters and other things. The committee is certain to face a fight from Republicans who may not want their private phone records made public or reveal who they spoke with before and after the capital attack, and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington The evacuation of U. S citizens and Allied Afghans from Afghanistan continues. The White House says 28 military flights lifted 10,400 people to safety and the 24 hours ending early Monday. Another 6600 evacuated in the 12 hours after that. The Taliban warning the U. S to be gone from the country by the August 31st deadline in Kabul, the U. S military in a deadly gun battle outside of the airport. Pentagon officials say Attackers fired on Afghan security forces prompting US forces to get involved. An Afghan soldier was killed and more gunfire was heard overnight. The violence coming as the pace of Americans and Afghans evacuating the country ramps up a B C's Andrew dim BERT fighters Covid vaccine has won the full approval of the food and Drug Administration look for government and private sector vaccine requirements to rise by stepping up vaccine requirements. It could actually reach millions more people because they will have to get that shot. That was one part of the president's message. The president also was talking to Americans who he said have been indicating that they're waiting for the FDA is full and final approval before they were going to get their own vaccination. ABC is Karen Travers, North Carolina is poised to allow tens of thousands of ex offenders whose punishments didn't Prison to register and to vote. You're listening to ABC News. Good morning. I'm Kelly Blair. With the top local stories from the Co Mo 24 7 News Center. Washington's health secretary, says FDA approval of fighters Covid vaccine is a great milestone he hopes will encourage more people to get their shots. After you mayor shot tells Co Mo. If vaccinations and the mask mandate help reduce the stress on hospitals, further restrictions won't be needed. But if we continue to see increases despite everything else that we're doing, then I think all options have to be on the table. That's what Washingtonians and our community members would expect of us. Dr Shaw says they hope people will do what's being asked of them rather than having masks and vaccines forced onto them with mandates. State lands Commissioner Hillary Franz wants all wild land firefighters to be vaccinated. This after numerous outbreaks for several crews to quarantine, so she's asking the federal government to mandate the vaccine for all interstate firefighters. Last week, a crew headed to a fire in north central Washington had to turn back due to an outbreak of covid. Here's your combo Traffic.
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"Still more than a week away, claiming Mr Rogers that's under there was not love kfbk. Sacramento BKF Alpine's Sacramento's number one for breaking news, local news, traffic and weather news 93.1 kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer right now. President Biden speaking at the White House today. Uh, Have hit another milestone key milestone. In our nation's fight against Covid as the Covid 19 vaccine from Pfizer gets full FDA approval, the president, saying the move could convince some who are on the fence about getting vaccinated. Rescue efforts in Tennessee after deadly weekend flash flooding 21 people dead in the deluge. Some 40 people missing ABC, Selwyn Lopez is in Waverly, Tennessee. Creeks lined with cars swept away record rainfall pummeling the area more than 17 inches in less than 24 hour. We spoke to Michael, who was rescued as rising waters trapped him in. It was terrifying. I'm sitting there looking at everything that I just lost. Many roads washed away power lines wrapped in the debris. Officials Searching through cars and homes looking for the missing. Meanwhile, in the Northeast, what's left of tropical storm setting off flood warnings from New Hampshire to Pennsylvania? What's left of Anri is slowing down significantly. It's rain bands sprawling over nine states putting 40 million people under a flash flood Watch Sunday, Henry becoming the first tropical storm to make landfall in New England. In 15 years at the height of the storm, more than 100,000 power outages were reported across the Northeast, where waves up to 19 FT slammed the coast. ABC s Andrew Dim Bert the situation outside of Kabul's airport, still chaotic, A firefight there has.
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CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'
"Its reopening Tuesday night with a series of fireworks displays throughout the state. A B C's Andrew Dim Bert has more 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, a 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. A clinical trial looking for a treatment for Covid 19
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Phil Mickelson Becomes Oldest Major Winner in History With Two-Shot Win
"It was a big win as the oldest golfer went a major championship at the PGA. Here's A B C's Andrew Dim Bert Phil Mickelson proving some things do get better with age and 50 year old winning the PGA Tournament, becoming the oldest ever winner of a major tournament, the Hall of Famer known as Lefty, celebrating the moment with his brother and catty Tim and lifting his six major trophy. Tiger Woods tweeting overnight truly inspirational to see Phil Mickelson do it again at 50 years of age. Congrats.
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"To listen. ABC is Karen Travers is at the White House. The White House insists President Biden will not be paying attention to the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump, which gets underway this afternoon. Administration officials say Mr Biden is focused instead on pushing forward on his covert 19 relief proposal. Today, the president meets with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and business leaders. To talk about the need for stimulus funding to jump start the economy. Karen Travers, ABC News, the White House and as we get ready for that trial to begin roughly one o'clock this afternoon, the chances of conviction for Donald Trump appeared to be slim because of the former president's lasting support from the G O P, However, CBS is John Dickerson. Reports this moment will still have repercussions on the nation. This insurrection hit at the center of American Political Life. The question of whether a free and fair election can stand The question really about whether facts and reason are still a part of public conversation. And as they debate the issues, all of that stuff will come up. And this is also an opportunity for members of the Senate to stand up and define this age is something different. Then that horrible moment on January 6th House managers. They're prosecuting the case plan to show videos and tweets to demonstrate their argument that then President Trump incited the insurrection last month of the U. S. Capitol. The Trump defense team plans to argue that the president was within his First Amendment rights. He could say what he had to say, and that the mob acted on their own volition. And in the wake of the deadly riot. CBS is Katherine have Ridge with more details from that very day. Those arrested come from more than 40 states include at least 24 women. At least 16 military veterans and more than two dozen riders have alleged ties to extremist groups. The proud boys, oath keepers, three percenters and believers in the queue and on conspiracy theory. And at least one case. The alleged planning began as early as November. Records describe primary targets politicians, law enforcement and media targets. So far more than 200. People have been arrested in connection with the siege. And, of course, the proud boys facing the most serious charges and one of the people arrested in connection with this actually is another local man in this case. New Hampshire's Daniel Riddle. He's of keen Hampshire 32 years old, arrested yesterday on a warrant out of D. C. He's accused of stealing a book and a bottle of wine from a capital office. Charge is knowingly entering a restricted building and theft of government property. In Georgia this week, officials are looking into former President Donald Trump's attempts to reverse the state's election results. ABC is Andrew Dim, Bird says The issue may also play a role in today's impeachment proceedings right before this trial officials in Georgia, announcing that they're launching an investigation into Trump in a phone call that he had with election officials there that probe Is likely to be a part of this impeachment case. We re listen to that phone call today with the Georgia secretary of State Brad Russians. Burger again, a Republican secretary of state, and Mr Trump could be heard encouraging him to quote find enough votes. Find enough votes to declare Donald Trump the winner of that state. And this story in the Massachusetts Secretary's Office Bill Galvin is proposing a plan to allow local voters to cast their ballots by mail for any future election. Galvan says The proposal comes because of the record turnout in Massachusetts and the national elections last year as well. This build on the success we have in last year's presidential election, where we had a record turnout knowledge in the election, but in the primary and the presidential primary Plan would also allow voters casting their ballots in person to register to vote at their polling place, and currently, state law requires voters to register at least 20 days before Election Day in order to vote. Bill will be filed later this month. At a board of governors meeting of the Postal Service today. Postmaster General Luis de Joy confirmed that the Postal Service failed to keep up with demand during the busy holiday season. Throughout the peak season, the Postal Service face multiple challenges. This included significant employee shortages as a result of the covert 19 pandemic, multiple winter storms in the northeast capacity issues with their lips and trucking. And a historic high level of mail and package volumes. But there is a growing chorus of those who say the new administration should remove the postmaster general. They accuse him Lewis to joy playing politics. We'll have more coming up. You.
"andrew dim" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"FM. You don't fight like hell. You're not gonna have a country anymore. The final result is a foregone conclusion. Donald Trump will not be convicted, but the Senate impeachment trial does get under way in just a few hours. Good morning at 7 30. This is Arizona's morning news on Jim Sharp and I'm Jamie West. Good morning. We have team coverage of today's historic trial just ahead. Then the controversy over a challenge coins circulating in the Phoenix Police Department isn't going away. But a City Council member says it should. This coin was investigated four years ago, and it turned out to be a big nothing that story coming up after we check in with detour Damn, but first The second Senate impeachment trial for president Trump, accused of inciting last month's deadly ride at the Capitol begins today. Trump himself won't testify. She's defense, however, will argue Trump's words are protected under the First Amendment. In a legal brief filed this week, Trump's defense, asserting Trump did not direct anyone to commit lawless actions, adding those who did did so of their own accord and citing these words from Trump's speech as proof everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building. Peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard. Most GOP senators have already showed strong support for Trump calling the trial counterproductive. A conviction is unlikely. That's a B C's Andrew Dim, Burt. I'm Jim Cross Live in Phoenix, Mike O'Neal. Katya is political expert says the former president will not be convicted in the Senate. But, Riley says goes beyond the former president's guilder. Innocents. It's about where the GOP Goes from here Forward. You have these two completely incompatible factions, the ideological conservatives and what is essentially the cult of personality of Donald Trump. They do not believe in the same things only impeachment trial set to start around 11 o'clock this morning. Arizona Time stay tuned to K T A. R. Throughout the day for the latest developments live in Phoenix Jump cross Katie Arnie's. There is a lot of money riding of the impeachment trial. Valley political expert Emily Ryan says. It's not from betting on the outcome. Corporations who normally bankroll a lot of these campaigns are going to be watching very closely to see how things were handled. Ryan says it's unlikely that Trump will be convicted. 7 32. And here's Detour. Dan in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. It's that time of the morning when you will likely find some trouble on the roads. Dan, What were you looking now? But just about across the West Valley, there is top to bottom. You got issues. Let's start with the freeways. I can't believe it or not. That records still there From this morning at the on ramp on the I 10 westbound at 83rd Avenue, Right, Lane blocked stay left north of 17 at New River Road Wreck reported there on the north, about one a one hour free. North bound north of northern approaching olive. That's where we had a wreck block in the H O V lane. This looks like everything is now all off to the right. So I think we're good there, but you're still going to see some brake lights at a few extra minutes and more. Rex 51st Avenue and Olive 52nd Street and Thomas 75th Avenue in northern Greenfield in Pecos and Warner, East of Dobson. This traffic report brought to you by your Valley. Toyota dealers. Toyota's president, state sales event is going on now with saving skill art. Visit your valley, Toyota dealers or Valley. Toyota dealers calm Today. Deter named Kate Sharon is temperatures will be very consistent this week, reaching the mid to upper seventies each day for today, look for partly to mostly cloudy skies and a high of 75 Tonight. Slow drops to 52 then Wednesday brings partly cloudy skies and high of 74, ABC 15 meteorologist Iris enormous ego at 7 33. It's 45 degrees an anthem. Coronavirus in Arizona. During his.
"andrew dim" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Cave became morning news this week. The impeachment trial for former President Trump begins in the United States Senate ABC Is Andrew Dim. Bart has more now from Washington. He will be the first president to undergo an impeachment trial after leaving office. Former President Donald Trump Senate trial is set to begin tomorrow, his second in as many years. He's facing a single article of impeachment, which alleges he incited the January 6th riot on Capitol Hill. This would be somewhat of a two part process here. If enough senators vote to convict them. The chamber could potentially hold a second vote that would potentially bar Trump from holding federal office ever again. Andrew Dunbar reporting We'll have a live impeachment trial preview with Mike Power that is scheduled for about 45 minutes from now. There are debates over whether the impeachment trial is even constitutional. Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey. He says the Senate can't hold an impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump. Even if a conviction is unlikely you did have you know 45 Republican senators vote to suggest that they didn't think it was appropriate to conduct a trial so You can infer how likely it is that those folks will vote to convict. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker questions the trial's constitutionality should he be convicted in an impeachment trial, and the answer is no based on the fact that the Constitution does not anticipate the impeachment trial. Of a former president. Weaker tells ABC is this week the trial will not prove that Trump incited an insurrection last month at the U. S Capitol. In other news this morning, a Prowler is on the loose in Sacramento, and some residents are frustrated that no one's been arrested Cave because Marshall Benson has more The suspected Prowler that's been harassing women by peeping in their windows at night and leaving suggestive items in their homes was potentially in police custody, then released. The gentleman was approached by police after being identified by a woman he was following and believe that he fits the description of the Prowler. However, no arrests were made because of the lack of evidence. Women in the area have voiced concerns, saying that they're scared and feel the police won't step in until a violent or sexual crime has been committed. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK activists demonstrated at the home of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg. On Saturday night. They posted pictures on Social. They called on the mayor to resign. Ah, spokesperson for Steinberg denounced the demonstration,.
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"ABC News. I'm Richard Can sue White House says President Biden huddled by a phone with a bipartisan group of 16 members of Congress. Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre says there'll be more such talks market people deserve a bipartisan Response to the crisis that are happening around us and something that we haven't seen in a long time. Very, incredibly historical what we're seeing right now. Top presidential aides have begun talks with Group of Senate moderates on Mr Biden's nearly $2 trillion pandemic relief proposal on Monday, it's believed the president will sign an executive order lifting the ban imposed by his predecessor. Transgender individuals serving openly in the U. S. Military. The U. S sailed past 25 million cases of covert 19 Biden administration is issuing a new round of travel restrictions aimed at keeping several mutations that day. President Biden planning to block most non citizens traveling from South Africa after a new variation of the Corona virus from that country has begun to spread around the globe. The administration also reinstating a ban on almost all non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, UK, Ireland and 26 European countries. Former President Trump sought to cancel a B C's Andrew Dim BERT Indianapolis police looking for a mass murderer. Five people shot dead at the House Police Sergeant Shane Foley says. Ah, pregnant woman was among those fatally shot. One of the individuals was pregnant, transported to an area hospital. Despite the best life saving efforts provided by medical staff, both the female and the unborn child did not survive. Authorities say this was no random attack. The killings appear isolated to the family and the house where the killings occurred. Super Bowl 55 is set the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs dispatched the Buffalo Bills 38 24 in the A F C championship game. They'll meet the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Who down the Green Bay Packers 31 26 for the NFC title. The Super Bowl set for February. 7th You're listening to ABC. News Way News Radio Time is 10 02 U C health vaccinated about 1000 people today and they drive through event at a Coors Field parking lot. It was a test run for next weekend, where they hope to vaccinate at least 10,000 people. Prices at the gas pump continue to go up the fact that gasoline prices have gone up. 27 cents over nine weeks, and during these past two weeks, crude oil prices did not even jump is a test to the power of crude oil. Crude oil is always the most important factor, and it has overwhelmed both very weak demand for gasoline. And an oversupply of gasoline. That's Trilby Lundberg, publisher of the Lundberg Survey. Colorado's average gas prices to 32 a gallon, according to Triple A. That's up seven cents from a month ago. But compared to a year ago at this time call out of gas prices, 26 cents a gallon cheaper. Denver police looking for thieves who targeted a Denver daycare Children's Haven is a nonprofit located on Sheridan Boulevard. On two separate occasions, the crooks were caught on surveillance cameras stealing catalytic converters from child transport, Vance manager Bill Fridge in told Fox 31. Enough is enough. It's a feeling of helplessness. Frustrated in a lot of anger, frigid, says the people most affected are the Children who could no longer get to class. All the vans are being fixed. I must have Kay away.
"andrew dim" Discussed on KGO 810
"8000 From ABC News. I'm Richard can sue White House says President Biden huddled by a phone with a bipartisan group of 16 members of Congress. Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre says there'll be more such talks. American people deserve a bipartisan response to the crisis that are happening around us. And something that we haven't seen in a long time. Very, incredibly historical what we're seeing right now. Top presidential aides have begun talks with Group of Senate moderates on Mr Biden and nearly $2 Trillion pandemic relief proposal on Monday. It's believed the president will sign an executive order lifting the ban imposed by his predecessor, transgender individuals serving openly in the U. S military. The U. S sailed past 25 million cases of covert 19 Biden administration is issuing a new round of travel restrictions aimed at keeping several mutations and bay President Biden planning to block most non citizens traveling from South Africa after a new variation of the Corona virus from that country has begun to spread around the globe. The administration also reinstating a ban on almost all non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, UK, Ireland and 26 European countries. Former President Trump sought to care So ABC is Andrew Dim. Bert Indianapolis police looking for a mass murderer. Five people shot dead in the House Police Sergeant Shane Foley says. Ah, pregnant woman was among those fatally shot. One of the individuals was pregnant, transported to an area hospital. Despite the best life saving efforts provided by medical staff, both the female and the unborn child did not survive. Authorities say this was no random attack. The killings appear isolated to the family and the house where the killings occurred. Super Bowl 55 is set the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs Dispatch the Buffalo Bills 38 24 in the A F. C championship game, they'll meet the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Who down the Green Bay Packers 31 26 for the NFC title. The Super Bowl set for February. 7th You're listening to ABC News. A smoke is smoke.
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"16 disturbing, hateful emails that appear to be from a gardener. Public schools. Email of counter sent out to 5000 people. Sparking a criminal investigation. Hundreds of mashed net of Massachusetts National Guard members returned home from Washington, D. C last night after serving in the presidential inauguration Security mission and under 200 National Guard members out of the total 25,000 serving in that security mission. Tested positive for cocaine 19 And former Massachusetts House speaker robbed a Leo starts his new job at his alma mater. Northeastern University, is the university's fellow for public life. In the office of the Provos, an explosive new report alleging former president Trump plotted what sources call quote an elaborate scheme to overturn President Biden's victory in Georgia. During former President Trump's final days in office. A B C's Andrew Dim Bird has more on those allegations. In a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. The man who reportedly worked on the plan. Lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting A G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme, and in early January reports came out of a recording of a phone call between former President Trump It. Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Red Wrath Ensberg er That was leaked. In that call. The president allegedly pressures Rapids Burger to overturn the results of Georgia's election. Meanwhile, President Biden spoke at the Conference of Mayors winter meeting in a pre taped video thanking the country's mayors for their hard work in dealing with the pandemic. The president assuring them that he'd the vice president and his administration are their partners, urging them to reach out President Biden, highlighting some of the aid coming to states in his Kobe to release the We've already instructed the federal emergency agent of the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA to stand up the first federally supported community vaccination centers with the goal of 100 centers and next one the next month. And the president, warning that things will get worse before they get better. A Massachusetts woman dies in a rollover crash.
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"ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis a violent confrontation in the middle of an intersection in Tacoma, Washington Saturday night. Police responding to 911 calls and finding about 100, people in the street and multiple cars blocking traffic. One police vehicle was surrounded by the crowd, and authorities say the officer inside tried to drive forward to safety and struck one person. Possibly more Witness, Korea. Lisa's, the officer drove into the crowd intentionally after being taunted. All of a sudden the cop car reverses and then, uh, drives full speed towards a crowd of people. That demonstrator was taken to a local hospital who was hit. The city's police chief is promising a full investigation. Former President Trump is accused in a new report of plotting an elaborate scheme in this final days in office to overturn President Biden's election victory in Georgia. In a stunning report by The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, Trump allegedly discussed removing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen in order to pressure Georgia officials to flip the state's presidential election results. The man who reportedly worked on the plan. Lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke. The Times reporting Trump allegedly mold over whether to fire the acting A G and replace him with Clark because Rosen refused Trump's request to carry out the alleged scheme, maybe sees Andrew Dim Birch president Biden spoke to the U. S conference of Mayors Saturday in a virtual address. He assured the group they have support in the fight against Cove. It 19 you have a partner in the White House Vice President Harris and me. Partner You can trust Who will listen who worked to get you what you need and also stressed his view that masks are the best defense against covert 19. Pope Francis is once again canceling his public appearance is due to nerve pain. A spokesman for the Vatican says the pontiff won't participate in three events over the coming days. You two recurrence of SIA Attica You're listening to ABC news. Okay away news radio time is 202. I'm Tom must in reading, writing and recall some parents and Douglas County or mounting a recall effort against school board members. Petition organizer and parent made. Orman is putting up $100,000 of his own money.
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"Kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. An explosive new report from The New York Times alleges former President Trump wanted to make a change with his attorney general in his final days in office. The report says it was part of an elaborate scheme to overturn President Biden's victory in Georgia. New York Times reporting. In his final weeks in the White House, the former president discussed removing the acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, and replacing him with Jeffrey Clarke, a now former DOJ attorney. Sympathy. Medic to Trump's cause. The Department of Justice is declining to comment on the report and Clark when reached by ABC News asserted. The Times account contains inaccuracies but did not specify NBC's Andrew Dim Bert. Monday, the Senate will formally received the article of impeachment against president former president Trump accusing him of inciting the capital insurrection. But a try a will be delayed till February 8th to give Trump and his lawyers time to prepare their defense. And for lawmakers to work on confirming Biden Cabinet nominees and his $1.9 trillion covert relief package to help Americans struggling in the pandemic plan that we have put forth to Congress. It wasn't you know, the number that we put the plate wasn't taken out of the blue sky, right? This is something that we looked at the scope of the problem and we put together a plan that addresses the moment that we're in house Deputy Press secretary Corin Jon Pierre Corona virus vaccine shortages nationwide have city And state officials sounding the alarm New York's mayor Bill de Blasio, saying they need more vaccines and they need them. Now in Florida, it's now mandatory to show proof of residency in order to get your first shot of the vaccines after people Allegedly were crossing state lines into Florida and into Georgia to try to get one BBC's Adrian Baker. There's a New York City champ fighter Dustin Poor. EA avenged his lost economy Gregor, beating him with a knockout in the second round of Saturday night's UFC, 2 57 and Abu Dhabi Your listening to ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's.
"andrew dim" Discussed on 710 WOR
"W o R. Well, the handoff of power begins here at 11:16 A.m. Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46 president. The first Catholic. I think Len since John F. Kennedy. That's true. And remember the big deal that was made out of JFK at the time and not no one said Boo about this, So have times have changed. Well, we know the pope is really secretly controlling. Controlling Julia go is the way he did with JFK. That was the Intel is the charge that JFK was gonna be taking his orders from the Vatican. And of course he was gonna be a puppet of the pope. I remember that I remember it, but I heard about that. Anyway. Trump is In the air on his way to mar a Lago in Florida. He still is president. He still has the nuclear codes lead which might give you a little cause for concern there. But that 12 at 11 50, I think is when the code Trump has is deactivated so he could still, you know, have some fun pressing some buttons up there on Air Force One. All right. So what does the future hold for Donald Trump? What does it mean when he said in his little mini rally? Yeah. I'll be back in some form will be back. Here's what he said. So just a goodbye way Love you way will be back in some form. I'll be back. You go. Be back. All right. Let's check in with ABC news correspondent Andrew Dim Bert down in Washington. So, Andrew, Uh, What do you make of will be back in some form? What does that phrase tell us, Andrew I'm pretty sure that you know when the coronavirus subsides, the White House will be giving tours to the public again. So anybody come and get a toy white out, We'll get it to work. Oh, you know, there's always been rumors that he wants to run again in 2024. Right, then you don't think that's the secret? Not necessarily that Trump has come out and said I am running in 2024, but you know, you read the tea leaves here and so the remarks he's made over the last A couple of weeks here. Yeah, you know, kind of gold element again today. That way we'll be back in some way with his exact quote, but honestly, nobody really knows what's next for Trump. I don't even think Trump knows necessarily long term. What is next for him as well? But, yeah, before he boarded Air Force one for Florida. That's where he'll be for at least the next few months or the next chapter in his life will be For now, at Mar a Lago, even though there's a continued to of West Palm Beach residents who don't even want him to stay there, But that's ah. The whole nother, nother real work around with Andrew Dember, the ABC news correspondent and you have been covering Trump. There's any of the last few days surprise you the fact he did not invite Biden. They didn't concede and invite him to the Oval Office. He's not going to the inauguration, but he did leave a note. People are saying that ZAY opening Yeah, we're still looking into that the confirmed that reporting and it also seems like what What is it in that note, But in terms of surprises, I mean, no. Uh he was very on Very on brand for for Trump, even in this final message. Today as president. It was vintage Donald Trump. Yes. You know, a lot of it was like reflection. And talking about his accomplishments of the last four years, But also his speech was filled with grievances and exaggerations on some of those accomplishments. And look, you know whether or not he left this note. He still hasn't had direct communication with Joe Biden, which breaks in tradition. I mean, you know, for example, the Obama's extended those same niceties to the trumps. You know, there was direct communication between Um, you know, Obama and Trump here. You don't have that direct communication between Trump and Biden. In fact, in his his message today, he didn't even mention Joe Biden by name, although he did Wish the next administration luck. I will say Vice President Mike Pence, however, you know, he he and go that route he did actually reach out to comma Harris directly keeping that sort of tradition of painting over the baton to the next administration. Hey, Andrew, can you see Trump trying T o burnish his reputation the way Jimmy Carter did by building houses for Habitat for humanity. All that'll happen. Yeah. I haven't time for humanity at all. I don't know about that. I've been to some habitat for humanity houses, and they're not laden with gold were escalators. So, uh, I'm not sure he'll go that route. But, you know, you know, it really is. That's kind of like the big question here. I mean, you know if you're looking at at Trump and not the next administration, what is next for Trump and the Republican Party? These air Questions that I don't even think you know, Trump in the Republican Party has answers to necessarily s so we'll have. We'll have to wait and see. You know, I remember after Obama left office, he kind of Put away for a while. Have that vacation They think Hawaii and and kind of just laid low. I mean, look, being president is stressful. I mean, just go and you could Google any president before and after pictures when they got into office. And when they got out of office, whether they were in it for four or eight years, and they look like the aged a century. It is a very difficult job. So I would've madman itself. Maybe do the same kind of relaxed in Mar a Lago for a little bit before deciding his next move. Whatever that is, Well, Andrew, I don't think his hair color changed in the four years. Not yet. But yeah, we'll see. We'll see what it is kind of that skin color glow changes from time to time. But all right. Andrew Dember Andrew Dember it ABC news correspondent Down in Washington covering Trump. Thanks and appreciate the Times, Andrew Yeah. But I was actually Michael is how he gets the word out because he's permanently banned from Twitter. So he does want to make some noise or or try to do something. It's going to be in trying to see what form of media he takes because she doesn't have Twitter. Well, with any luck. Maybe he'll become a regular guest on the Len Burman and Michael Riedel show in the morning. That ain't happening either. I don't think you're gonna veto that. You gotta veto. I'd be happy to have him if he'd come on. We had him on before you arrived on the scene. We had him on a few times. All right. Here's a good story coming up next. The mystery of the Loch Ness monster. Has been solved. Stick around for that 1 2020 was a crazy year..
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Trump's Threat to Send Federal Forces to More Cities Continues
"To the presence of federal officers in Portland, Oregon and other cities, saying they don't want them. President Trump is pressing on with sending troops or rather with sending officers. ABC is Andrew Dim Bird has more. The administration vows to send thousands of federal agents into some American cities. To quell violent crime in Portland, Oregon, Protests press on overnight a wall of veterans forming in front of the courthouse in an effort to protect protesters. All of this coming after the Department of Justice announced that 18 people arrested during riots are now facing a range of criminal charges, including the assault of federal officers. One of the cities targeted