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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Also in the news this morning colleges in California have a plan now to get rid of the S A T and a CT requirements to apply for college kid because Nick um a guy's reports that the pandemic has sped up this process, UC Berkeley first announced last May that it wanted to disregard S A T s, A C T test scores and admissions decisions for some students in a pilot study. The University of California region soon followed suit and voted to phase out the test over five years. In September, a California state judge ordered you see to immediately suspend all use of test scores in admissions. Testing experts nationwide called the Golden State, the prime accelerator and getting rid of the requirement in the college admissions process. Making the girl his news 93.1 KFBK California has a new senator, Vice President Kamila Harris Warren Democrat Alex Padilla on Wednesday following her swearing in as the 49th vice president. Idea is California's first Latino U S. Senator, Please raise your right hand. Okay? Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties. Of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you God. Hey, you Congratulations. Video was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom Is Harris is replacement in the Senate? The Senate continues to consider Cabinet nominees and more concerns are being raised. KFBK correspondent Bill Zimpfer has more so far just one nominee has been confirmed. Director of National Intelligence Several Haynes Treasury nominee Janet Yellen could be the next to be confirmed, but There could be debate over others like defense nominee Lloyd Austin, who needs a waiver to be approved since he has not been out of the military for the required seven years and homeland Security nominee Alejandro Mayorkas after concerns were raised about his thoughts on immigration. I'm Bill's M for All right, Let's get your national stories now from ABC Biden administration, putting the United States back into the World Health Organization, Dr Anthony Fauci, thanking the W. H O for playing what he says is a leading role in the global response to the grown a virus pandemic in the trying circumstances..

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With returns of less than $1 million small businesses in California will get more time. Already read that story. Let's move on to the next one. The Federal Trade Commission wants to find out how big tech is using Americans personal data. KFBK correspondent Brian Shook report. The agency is ordering a number of companies including Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, YouTube, reddit and discord to provide details about how they collect and use the personal information. The commission voted 4 to 1 to approve the order, and the companies have 45 days to respond to the order. The dissenting member of the commission stated the order was too broad and would waste agency resource is while ignoring competitors such as Apple Parlor and linked in I'm Brian Shook Border Patrol agents are reporting a surge of Children being left at the US Mexico border Cave BECASE correspondent Ryan Baker reports commissioner Mark Morgan says it's heartbreaking, but one case there was a six year old, a four year old brother and sister that would just left in the peninsula and the middle of the river hold. Clean 50 BP was discovered them. Morgan believes the cartels are telling appearance this in their kids now because they will be allowed to reunite with them. Under a Joe Biden administration, the Children often have a note pinned to their shirt or phone number of a relative written on their skin. Ryan Baker reporting stations have been set up from California to Texas to address this rapidly increasing problem. Congress is working to come up with a new stimulus package and finish up major legislation for the holiday recess. Here's KFBK correspondent Bill Zimpfer. Congress's again working on a deadline to keep the government funded. It comes up on Friday, negotiators have worked out a $1.4 trillion package to cover the rest of the fiscal year. In addition, they continue to work on a fresh stimulus plan, which they would like to attach to the funding bill. That stimulus package, however, continues to generate debate over what is or is not included. In addition, Congress may have to deal with a presidential veto of the Defense Authorization Act passed by the House and the Senate. Should it happen, They would then have to decide whether to attempt an override. Just in time for Christmas. I'm Bill's M for on this Tuesday morning. Here are your top national stories more than five weeks after Joe Biden Kamila Harris reached the tooth 170 electoral votes needed to win the election, and the day after the Electoral College sealed those votes. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, publicly acknowledging the historic Biden Harris victory, also want to congratulate the vice president elect our colleague from California Senator Harris. Beyond our differences, all Americans can take pride that our nation has a female vice president elect. For the very first time. It follows the Trump campaign's legal challenges over the weeks, McConnell also noted on the floor that many wished for a different outcome. It is the second day for vaccinations for health care workers around the country with the first authorized covert 19 vaccine from Fizer, and now another vaccine is edging closer to getting the green light, the FDA says After an initial review of the murder Erna vaccine, it was found to be 94.5% effective at preventing a person from getting cove in 19, a public hearing slated Thursday. Michelle Franzen ABC News Well, just ahead on the KFBK. Morning news will be talking about water rates going up in one local county. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes I liked it is low sacramental voices you can trust..

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Vaccine could be ready for frontline workers next month, most of the public by the spring. But it's going to be delayed getting to New York President Trump saying he's not going to send it right away because of Governor Cuomo's criticism. And the governor fired by if the Trump Administration does not. Change this plan and does not provide an equitable vaccine process. We will enforce our legal rights. We will bring legal action to protect New Yorkers. President Trump, meanwhile, is tweeting. I won the election. He says he won't let a rigged election steal our country, his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, telling Fox business they will vigorously contest the results of the election. He says they have proof of fraud, and several states, including Michigan, have more than enough illegal ballots already documented. Overturn the results in that state because not only did they use a Venezuelan company to count our ballots, which almost should be illegal per se Number two They didn't allow Republicans in key places to observe the male vote. Let's bring in NBC radio National correspondent Bill Zimpfer to see where we're going with this one. You know, for a moment over the weekend, the president seemed to accept reality when he was doing his covert briefing and said, This administration won't have a shut down. I don't know about the next one. But but so you know, I think in his head, he's accepted things. But for some reason, Rudy hasn't Yeah, well, going into the weekend, Joe. There was a feeling that the president was getting to that point where he might be ready to admit defeat in some manner. But then you had this big rally in Washington that seemed to energize the president. Tens of thousands of Trump supporters in Washington D. C. He even Drew drove his motorcade. Through this rally, which it was amazing to me, Joe because I have been on the streets of Washington D. C in the past during the Obama administration when the motorcade came through, and I took one step off of the curb, But just to get a better look at the and was quickly warned by an officer, Sir. Get back on the curb or you'll be arrested Well over the weekend, we saw The crowds converging around the motorcade. It was, you know, we're really was an interesting situation. But anyway, it looks like the president may have been energized by this, and then he tweets out. He won because the election was rigged. That had people breathing a sigh of relief, saying the president is admitting that Joe Biden won. Well, Rudy Giuliani says that was sarcastic. And then the president later tweeted out. I concede nothing. This was a rigged election now. Rudy Giuliani is also saying here, Joe that they have proof of massive voter fraud. I can't disclose it yet s Oh, Rudy Giuliani has been down that path before with other things involving Ukraine s. Oh, here we are almost two weeks after the election. Not a whole lot has changed. And on top of everything. The House of Representatives comes back today to Ah to start their lame duck session. So this allowed even a little more confusion into the muck we have in place in Washington. Okay, we go. Thank you. NBC Radio national correspondent bills in for. Meanwhile, former President Obama's questioning why Republicans continue to stand behind President Trump, he tells CBS. It's damaging to our democracy obviously didn't think there was any fraud going on because they didn't say anything about it for the first two days, But there's damage to this because what happens is that the Peaceful transfer of power. The notion that Any of us who attain elected office. Whether it's dog catcher or president are servants of the people. It's a temporary job..

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"San Antonio. First news National correspondent Bill Zimpfer in one half hour Michael Palka hosted pure Hope. Elka podcast before 7 30 Right now, Traffic and weather historic in on this crash on the Northeast side. It's I 35 South bound and 16 0 for the two right lanes are blocked. This is a huge back of 25 to 30 minutes. Starting a death in 15 18. You've also got a bit of a north bound onlooker delay as well. You see any traffic problems called to 10785 26 1. Michael Scott, use radio 1200 W away. I Arctic. Cloudy, partly sunny today. Tomorrow and Friday. Low eighties tomorrow and Friday around 80 degrees today. San Antonio's first with Charlie Parker every morning. Welcome into Veterans Day Wednesday. 11 11 November 11th Sports News and not all of it is good. Tom Heinsohn, former player coach broadcaster with the Boston Celtics, has died at the age of 86. Johnson has ties dating back to the formation of Boston's basketball dynasty, and you've swim the Celtics in some form for all 17 of their N BA championships..

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is Alabama's morning news. I'm J T our correspondent Bill Zimpfer joins us now take a look and see what's going on with protests around the country. They've been increasing. There's no doubt about that. New York City Portland, all kinds of cities. I don't understand why folks out there protests and billion. We don't have an answer. I mean, it's looking like it's startinto Swing to Biden. At least this morning. We're finding out Hey, picked up Georgia bleed. They're still too early to call they saying, But so what's the latest? Are we still battling people in New York City? Portland? Where are we? Yeah, well, the longer this goes on the higher the temperature gets here when it comes to these protests, J T and it is both sides involved. I mean, I've even seen now in Portland and in Detroit. I've seen banners that contain phrases like Count the boat, but black lives matter. Defund the police. It seems like they have all the all those left wing causes have kind of I have kind of combined in these protests were seeing in some cities. On the other hand, we have a pro Trump supporters gathering in places like Phoenix and Detroit and New York City. There was another encounter Last night, a write in Union Square in Manhattan in New York. With the arrests reported there were seeing just about every major city across the country, reports some type. Of demonstrations, whether it be Detroit or Philadelphia, Atlanta, Phoenix Seattle Miami Even where President Trump won Florida we're seeing protests there. Washington D. C. Of course, where they have installed new concrete barriers around Black lives Matter Plaza and in Las Vegas, where the vote count is going on in Clark County. They're bringing extra security in as well. Ah, one thing that Ah, you look at as a real problem, I think is when Donald Trump Jr tweeted out, it's time to go to total war. This could be taken literally by some people. J T and Ah Ah, and I don't know if you've been following this story, but we have a developing story overnight in Philadelphia, where police have arrested two men after getting a tip that they were coming up from Virginia to attack the vote Counting center in Philadelphia. They found the vehicle. They had a description of the vehicle. It contained multiple weapons and the two men have been arrested. Eso Ah, I say the temperature is rising here. Hopefully something happens to calm things down. Well, I hope it doesn't get to that. I hope people have calmer heads. For God's sakes. This is the United States of America stopping people, but I got to tell you people's frustrations about the hate towards this president. It's getting to the point where people have had enough of this, and I understand the frustration, but you cannot make threats, you know? Incites more violence. Recommend more violence. I mean, you remember Maxine Waters. I mean, I can't say this enough when she was screaming and go out there and create havoc Get in people's faces in the restaurants. You need to push back and fight and scream. I mean, the Democrats are experts at this. But when you start getting everybody on both sides, you know, acting like, right? I mean, I saw. I mean, this is kind of funny, but Trump supporter put out on social media yesterday. I do I started target or best buy. I'm new at this. So you know, I don't think we need to push in that direction. There was a flow. Metin, Alabama police Captain named Scott Walden. For instance, Bill He's now under investigation after he said the idiots that voted for Biden hated trump enough to throw the country away. Thank the lying liberals and Democrats news media. They need toe, you know, line everyone up and put a bullet in their skull for treason. I mean, you can't say stuff like that. I mean, It is that is that you know that lights the fuse for others to join the gang mentality. We get two or three on board. We'll get five or six will get 10 or 20. And next thing you know, You know, everybody seems to be moving in that direction in certain pockets around our country. It's it's going nowhere. Now. Here's where I think. These cities need to really take action. All of them Democratic run Republican run that there needs to be a no tolerance in any of this right now, way they can't allow it to go on. These demonstrations that you know are going to be so biased in violent that mean shut him down the first sign. Of somebody throwing a punch for throwing a rock. That's it. Everybody dispersed. No more. You're done. I did. There's too many people allowing this to continue. Yeah, I think you're right about that J T there that there's too much tolerance of these kind of actions going on and on the other side as well. I mean, earlier this week, one of the leaders of the Black lives matter movement called for every federal building to be burned down. I mean, so it's not just on one side. Ah, I also think maybe it's time for the president. To say something like you know what we have? We have some legal challenges here that are valid. We're going to pursue them. We think we still can win this election. Ah, And in the meantime, everybody just relax and let the process continue. We're not hearing that so far, though. Well, I don't know where this is going to go. There's only so much time because by mid December decision has to be made by the Constitution. You have to announce the president, so yeah, Time will ultimately solve this, but the battle continues. On the streets, Unfortunately, and certainly in the courts. All right, Bill. Thank you so much. 6 18 Alabama's Morning news. So where are we in the vote count What's going on the latest from what happened yesterday afternoon and overnight. Coming up three minutes. Alabama's morning news riding.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Is expected to live. The suspect is under arrest and hospitalized. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is deadline for working out a stimulus deal before Election Day is today, and it's unclear how close to agreement she is with White House Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell argues Democrats are seeking to much the Democratic leaders have spent months Holding out for a long far left wish list of non code related priorities and obstructing any additional aid. Until they get the Kentucky Republicans again accusing Democrats of holding up the stimulus package. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the ongoing Corona virus pandemic has derailed the US economy. Millions of Americans have missed the rent. Miss the mortgage applied for unemployment been forced to skip meals. American poverty is beginning to increase more dramatically, Schumer says Lawmakers must go big with another stimulus package. Florida is shattering its record for in person early voting with at least 350,000 people weighing in on day one Miami Dade Supervisor of elections Christina White says she's glad voters are so enthusiastic and she reminds everyone to remember the new normal rules. When heading to the polls. You have to wear a mask in order to enter the voting locations, So do we have contingency plan to deal with the voter? If they're refusing to we do it. Not something that we want to do, but and I don't want to lead anybody to believe that it is not a requirement. A judge says A grand juror who heard the case involving the death of Briana Taylor can speak publicly. The judge issued the ruling today and said others are being given the option to speak about the highly publicised case. Taylor died in March on a raid at her home in Louisville. Officer Brett Hankerson faces wanton endangerment charges. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Two teams are set to face charges after allegedly attacking two people at a Trump rally in Palm Springs, California, authorities say the 14 and 15 year olds were part of a group of miners who confronted Trump supporters Sunday afternoon. Witnesses say they attack one person in the crowd, then ran away. Police. A witness ran after the pair of teens and caught up with them but had to dodge a punch while trying to grab hold of 11 of the teens, then reportedly pulled out an airsoft pistol and shot the witness in the back of the head several times before police got there. The British government has announced plans to begin a controversial study on covert 19 correspondent Bill Zimpfer has details. The UK will be the first country to intentionally infect volunteers with the covert 19 virus in the trial, which is expected to begin in January. 90 healthy People ages 18 to 30 will be infected with the covert 19 virus and monitored around the clock. The next step would then be to see of a vaccine prevents infection. When asked about the risks, the lead researcher said no human challenges risk free, but they will make the risk as low as possible bills in for NBC News radio in New York City, the empty is handing out.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And all your favorite artists. Christina Matanza, Sam Shane Kfbk Morning News News 93.1 KFBK Now trending China, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Cuba, Pakistan, all set to an election to the United Nations Human Rights Council today. Prompting an outcry from human rights groups who say allowing those countries on the council is like making a gang of arsonists into the fire Brigade. Senate Judiciary Committee has begun questioning Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett this morning after opening statements were heard yesterday with the latest NBC News radio. National correspondent Bill Zimpfer joins us for a live report this morning Bill I conceive from our screens in here, she's being questioned by Dianne Feinstein right now. What else might Democrats used to put her on the spot? Or what are they asking her about? Yeah, not taken long to get to get to the nitty gritty here. Diane Feinstein immediately brought up the abortion issue. And I n Robi Wade and, ah, Amy, Amy Cockney Barrett being put on the spot immediately, and there's no real good answer to this, and there's no way that she could answer about how she might rule on certain things, of course, but What the Democrats are trying to do with pride, loose some of her opinions and some feelings that she might have about a woman's right to choose as far as that goes, But when we found out yesterday is that the Democrats have a game plan here and the Affordable Care Act is front and center Yesterday, they pointed out stories of constituents. Dianne Feinstein just did it again. Constituents whose life would have been devastated had it not been for the Affordable care act due to the just A mountainous medical bills that they were facing The Affordable Care act comes before the Supreme Court for arguments on November 10th Amy Cockney Barrett could be on the bench to hear those arguments. So they're trying to get her to talk about her views of the affordable care act. So far, she's been able to deflect some of those questions, but it's pretty clear that the Democrats are going to make health care. And, of course, the abortion issue big issues here over the next couple days, Bill just in terms of timing, are they on track? And what can we expect the rest of the week? Yeah. Lindsey Graham, the chairman later this morning, he said they're going to go through the question and answer here. There are two rounds of that 30 minutes for each committee member to ask questions in the first round 20 minutes in the second round, he said he hopes tohave that completed by tomorrow that could be rather ambitious and make for some long days. Then there will be just General Committee debate before Ah, DeLay is likely. Look for a committee vote, probably a week from Friday, which would put it in the hands of the full Senate. Yes, just days before the election we heard from Chuck Schumer, saying Democrats may boycott the vote eyes. This is there anything procedurally they could do to hold it up? That's the only thing they really could do would be to boycott because there has to be to minority members in committee. Ah, and if they boycott then they couldn't go forward. But I would think that they have to consider the political backlash. They may get. If they do that, that would be a rather drastic move. Okay. Thank you so much bills him for NBC News radio. We appreciate your time. Traffic.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"An alleged plot to kidnap that state's governor, KFBK correspondent Tyler Kyul has Mohr six men face federal charges for allegedly plotting to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, even going so far as to find and watch her vacation home and building bombs. And a criminal complaint. FBI agent wrote that talk of targeting the governor surface as early as June as Adam Fox and other members of an unnamed militia men in Ohio they were angry about what Merce mandates issued in response to the Corona virus that shut down businesses. According to a document filed in federal court, the militia members talked about storming the state Capitol in Lansing and even killing police officers. But that idea was shut down, and the focus was turned to the governor's vacation home coming up in the next hour. By the way, we're going to have a live report with updates from ABC is crime and terror analyst Brad Garrett. We will hear from him just after 7 45 this morning. The Nobel Peace Prize was handed out this morning KP case Bill Zimpfer with more on who won The Nobel Peace Prize goes to the World Food Programme for their work to deal with hunger and food and security around the world. The U. N organization gives needed aid to tens of millions of people in nearly 90 countries each year. There have been more than 200 individuals and organisations nominated this year and some of the other favorites for the award were New Zealand Prime minister just into our Dan and teen climate advocate Greater Thornburg. The Nobel Committee keeps the names of nominees a strict secret bills in for news 93.1 kfbk time is 705 and, of course, the Trump Administration continuing to take heat for the covert 19 protocols, or perhaps lack of same at the White House. That has become the White House, a real hotbed now for the virus. Even Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who is, of course, a trump supporter at this point, he's 78 years old. He says He continues to speak frequently with President Trump on the phone, but he's been avoiding visits to the White House. Now for months. This is our featured audio clip this hour. I haven't actually been to the White House since August 6th. Because my impression, Wass Their approach. Two. Howto handle. This was different from mine. But I insisted that we do in the Senate, which was to wear a mask and practice.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Poet laureate, is the author of a number of books of poetry, including her most recent faithful and Virtuous Knight. The Nobel Academy praised Cluck for what it called her unmistakable poetic boys that with austere beauty makes individual existence. Universal. The New York native won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize and poetry for Wild Iris and is currently writer in residence at Yale University. The World Economic Forum has identified the biggest business worry in the world today. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer tells us more results of a survey of business executives around the world puts unemployment at the top of the list of 30 global concerns. Unemployment rates around the world have skyrocketed because of the pandemic and restrictions put in place because of it. Coming in second was the fear of the spread of infectious diseases, followed by fiscal crises, cyber attacks and social instability One year ago, the same report showed the concern over the spread of infectious disease came in. 29th in the survey Bills Emperor NBC News Radio, The United States neighbor to the North is eliminating single use. Plastics Canada is phasing out straws. Six pack rings, check out bags and food where by the end of the year Canadian Environmental Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says plastic and it's pollution threatens the environment and the Canadians see the impact it has from coast to coast. Canada is aiming to have zero plastic waste by 2030 Deem you show NBC News radio units of the Justin Bieber is teaming up with Crocs to create his own phone clog. The Holy singer announced collaboration yesterday that she was bright yellow and features eight custom jib, its charms representing the singer and his clothing. And Drew House Peeper says he wears crocs all the time so that the collaboration.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The weekend. A lot of sunshine, but it will be cool afternoon highs in the upper sixties overnight lows down in the forties, and we could see a few more showers as we look towards early next week, right now. 57 at W. R. Already. Thank you Can President Trump has tested positive for Corona Virus? The president first lady both tested positive afterward came earlier in the evening that their top aide Hope Hicks, Had tested positively all accounts. The president and first lady are feeling okay. Right now. She tweeted that they're okay, and the president's personal doctor wrote no letter that they are well at this time, but they are now in quarantine. On Thursday, the president and close aides flew to New Jersey for a fundraiser. He was around supporters there and others before returning to the White House. That's correspondent Alex Stone. Unclear when the president contracted the virus and how long he's had it now, many others around him may also have it. Now you have to look at all of his national security team as well and keep an eye on them. The president does get breached an intelligence briefing very frequently. I believe it was supposed to have one on Friday morning as well. That will be off. They obviously can brief him. But this could very easily spread to the White House. The president meets with all kinds of people. It's not just hope hits anymore. You're talking about hours later, The president also tested positive. The first lady is well, it's correspondent Martha Raddatz. Let's bring in NBC radio National correspondent Bill Zimpfer and says a far reaching effects bill on not only the operation of the White House But you know the message about Corona virus And, of course, the election. So this is a game changer. I think. Yeah, way we knew there would be a lot of twists and turns headed to this election. But I don't know if anybody saw this one coming your right this first of all the impacts as Faras, the virus goes. The contact tracing is already underway, but it in itself is going to be a monumental task. Hope Hicks. Who are we know also has the virus and actually started showing symptoms on Wednesday when she was in Minnesota with the presidential entourage. He was isolated in the plane on her way back from Minnesota. So we knew about that, then Well, she was with the president in Pennsylvania on Saturday was at the hour with the president on Monday was at the debate on Tuesday was at the rally in Minnesota Wednesday. And then the president holding a fundraiser yesterday in Bedminster, and that's also very interesting, but because the president was aware ofthe hope Hicks symptoms at that time, they didn't know she tested positive yet, but he was aware of her symptoms and still went to this fundraiser. And we know there's not a lot of mask wearing going on and usually fundraisers, arm or You know, a Ah closer event, and it's interesting that the president even decided to go ahead with that, knowing that whole picks was showing symptoms. They're so the contact tracing is going to be a monumental task because the president has been in multiple states going back to AA Saturdays, and we're not sure how long hope Hicks may have been asymptomatic. Before contracting this virus, so ah, it will have to see where that goes. As for the election itself. Well, the president was supposed to be in Sanford, Florida tonight for a rally that's off Wisconsin rallies this weekend off. Ah, and he will have no campaign events for the foreseeable future. I would think Joe his majority of campaigning. Is going to be done by a Twitter is going to be done by a fox news. That's how the president is going to get his message out. Ah, and barring any false positive here, and that is very unlikely, but a. He'll be consistently tested over the next few days. And if he does test negative a couple of times, perhaps even get about it back out on the campaign trail. But this certainly is something that is going to alter this campaign with just a month to go. OK, it's going to be interesting to see how he has treated whether he uses hydroxy claure Quinn. So this is gonna be an interesting story. But we do we do wish him Ah, swift recovery Regardless of our politics, I think thank you, Bill. Have a good weekend. All right. Dr. Jennifer Ashton, meanwhile, says there are questions if Joe Biden might have been exposed during this week's debate. Don't yet know something very important about this virus, which is what's called the infectious dose. How much of the virus is required to actually infect someone and make them sick on? We don't know again. The ventilation in that room. The movement what they were doing during commercial breaks. There are a lot of variables that don't make that an easy question to answer. All right back here in the city, concern continues over 10 ZIP codes that have seen a spike in cases. It's causing a rise in the positivity rate of the city. Fresh Meadows. Hillcrest is now on the watch list, and that makes for 10 areas of Queens in Brooklyn, where the corona virus infection rate is roughly between three and 7% way above the city average. Now, the mayor says, resource is air also being sent to a handful of other areas like Williamsburg, where the rate is rising. We'll throw everything we got at those areas to turn around, Dr Mitchell Katz says. Mass compliance is way up in areas of concern. We still have some work to do. Usage is not That's where we need it to be a mayor De Blasio says. Authorities will continue enforcement of Corona virus rules any business not following now Subject to closure. I'm Scott Pringle Owuor news around the state. There are 20 ZIP codes considered hot spots, and governor Cuomo says enforcement needs to be stepped up. The statewide testing rate is under 1%. But Governor Cuomo says it's no longer about public education. But compliance that spots in Brooklyn, Queens, Rockland and Orange County, where they're now reporting 6.5% of tests coming back positive. He's 20 responsive codes require full attention. A cluster today can become community spread tomorrow. So things like mask wearing and social distancing going to be strictly enforced, Cuomo comparing it to other things you can get in trouble for If you speed in your car, you get a ticket. James flippant W O R news in other news President Trump, making it clear he does condemn white supremacists. He was on Fox News before getting word that he had tested positive for Corona biased to say, I've said it many times and let me be clear again. I condemned the K K K. I condemn all white supremacists. I condemned the proud boys. I don't know much about the proud boys almost nothing. But I condemned that President. Trump also called on Joe Biden to condemn Antifa. The two also appeared remotely the annual Al Smith dinner here in the city last night. Trump turning what is usually an inspirational and lighthearted Al Smith dinner speech into a request for Catholic votes telling he delivered millions and emergency funds for their private schools. I got it for him. I hope you remember that on November 3rd former vice president I've been telling that virtual dinner that his Catholic faith, drove his public service and eventually found purpose.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of of plenty plenty insults insults of of insults insults and and very very and and very very few few few few completed completed completed completed sentences sentences sentences sentences load load and and load load let let and and your your let let senators senators your your senators senators know know how how know know how how you feel. you feel. Let's Let's vote vote now now pack. Take pack. sure Take sure you in you fact, in fact, let let people know people know where Senator where Senator I'm not going I'm not to answer. going The to question answer. The question answered that answered because that because to question to question the question the question is is yes. yes. So left. So left. Would you sure? Would you sure? There you go. There The you quote go. The quote of the night of President the night President Trump and Joe Trump Biden and Joe Biden repeatedly repeatedly talking talking over over each other. each other. The moderator The moderator Chris Wallace, Chris Wallace, losing losing control control early. In early. one point, In one point, Trump accused Trump Biden accused sons, Biden Hunter sons, of Hunter getting of $3.5 getting $3.5 Million from Million the wife from the of wife the Moscow of the Moscow mayor. mayor. That is true, That is really. true, really. President President is is resident resident plays plays totally totally discredited. discredited. Totally discredited. Totally discredited. And by the And way, by the way, way, way, billion dollars? billion dollars? Yeah. Yeah. Best advice. Best advice. You get You get your president your president dollars. dollars. That is not That is not true. true. Really, Really, Mr President Mr President misuse, misuse, it said it it's said an open it's an discussion, open discussion, please. please. All right. A All right. lot of people A lot of calling people this calling the this worst the worst presidential presidential debate debate in history. in history. Let's bring Let's in bring NBC in NBC radio radio National National correspondent correspondent Bill Zimpfer Bill Zimpfer to get to get his his insights. insights. Certainly Certainly a a very different very different debate debate than one than one were usedto were watching. usedto watching. You have to You say have the to say least, the least, hear, Joe. hear, In Joe. fact, In one fact, one CNN CNN commentator commentator had a little had more a colorful little more colorful term term for it, calling for it, calling it an it s an s show. show. Ah, Ah, it certainly it certainly wass wass something something that that we we we kind we of kind expected of expected here because here because we weren't we weren't sure what sure was what gonna was happen. gonna happen. We knew that We knew President that President Trump Trump with with would go would on go the attack on the attack on Joe on Biden. Joe Biden. But I But don't I think don't anybody think anybody expected expected anything anything like this like this that saw that saw President President Trump Trump interrupt. interrupt. Joe Biden Joe Biden dozens dozens of times of times even interrupted even interrupted the moderator the moderator Chris Wallace, Chris Wallace, who, who, as you say, as had you say, trouble had trouble even keeping even keeping control control here. here. Now, Now, if if you look at you both look at sides both sides here, Joe here, Biden's Joe Biden's top priority top priority in this in debate this debate wass wass up to look up sharp, to look sharp, right? right? The The questions questions about his about mental his mental acuity acuity going going in raised in raised by President by President Trump, mainly Trump, mainly and and I think he I passed think he passed the test the test there. there. And And he also he also handled handled this format this format better better as much as as much he could as he have could have and handled and handled the cameras the cameras better at better times at times looking squarely looking squarely into the camera, into the camera, talking talking to the American to the American people, people, rather rather than talking than talking to President to President Trump or Trump the moderator. or the moderator. The The president president did not did do not that do as that well as well on the president's on the president's side, side, Joe, I Joe, think I the think president's the president's lack of lack preparation of preparation showed. showed. Ah, Ah, he did he not did not have have specifics specifics when he needed when he needed to have specifics. to have specifics. Any missed Any missed opportunities, opportunities, mainly mainly when when it came it to came a point to a point where where the president the president said said that he has that done he has more done more in his administration in his administration than any than other any other in their first in their first four years. four years. Okay, Okay, that door that was door open. was open. Let's hear Let's about hear it. about Instead, it. Instead, he pivoted he pivoted to to impeachment impeachment hoaxes, hoaxes, Hillary Hillary Clinton Clinton and and talked about talked the about record the record number of number judges. of judges. That he has That he appointed. has appointed. I don't I think don't the average think the average American American person person cares cares about the about number the of number judges of judges that a president that a president has appointed has appointed here. here. Joe Biden. Joe Biden. On the other On hand, the other I hand, think, laid I think, it laid out rather it out quickly rather quickly here here when he says when he says that under that Trump, under Trump, we are we are weaker, weaker, sicker. sicker. Poorer, Poorer, more divided more divided and more violent. and more violent. It's kind It's of something's kind of something's up. Thank up. you. Thank Bill, you. Bill,

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A Debate of Few Completed Sentences

First Morning News

02:56 min | 2 years ago

A Debate of Few Completed Sentences

"Plenty plenty of of insults insults and and very very few few completed completed sentences sentences load load and and let let your your senators senators know know how how you feel. Let's vote now pack. Take sure you in fact, let people know where Senator I'm not going to answer. The question answered that because to question the question is yes. So left. Would you sure? There you go. The quote of the night President Trump and Joe Biden repeatedly talking over each other. The moderator Chris Wallace, losing control early. In one point, Trump accused Biden sons, Hunter of getting $3.5 Million from the wife of the Moscow mayor. That is true, really. President is resident plays totally discredited. Totally discredited. And by the way, way, billion dollars? Yeah. Best advice. You get your president dollars. That is not true. Really, Mr President misuse, it said it's an open discussion, please. All right. A lot of people calling this the worst presidential debate in history. Let's bring in NBC radio National correspondent Bill Zimpfer to get his insights. Certainly a very different debate than one were usedto watching. You have to say the least, hear, Joe. In fact, one CNN commentator had a little more colorful term for it, calling it an s show. Ah, it certainly wass something that we we kind of expected here because we weren't sure what was gonna happen. We knew that President Trump with would go on the attack on Joe Biden. But I don't think anybody expected anything like this that saw President Trump interrupt. Joe Biden dozens of times even interrupted the moderator Chris Wallace, who, as you say, had trouble even keeping control here. Now, if you look at both sides here, Joe Biden's top priority in this debate wass up to look sharp, right? The questions about his mental acuity going in raised by President Trump, mainly and I think he passed the test there. And he also handled this format better as much as he could have and handled the cameras better at times looking squarely into the camera, talking to the American people, rather than talking to President Trump or the moderator. The president did not do that as well on the president's side, Joe, I think the president's lack of preparation showed. Ah, he did not have specifics when he needed to have specifics. Any missed opportunities, mainly when it came to a point where the president said that he has done more in his administration than any other in their first four years. Okay, that door was open. Let's hear about it. Instead, he pivoted to impeachment hoaxes, Hillary Clinton and talked about the record number of judges. That he has appointed. I don't think the average American person cares about the number of judges that a president has appointed here. Joe Biden. On the other hand, I think, laid it out rather quickly here when he says that under Trump, we are weaker, sicker. Poorer, more divided and more violent. It's kind of something's up. Thank you. Bill,

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bader Ginsburg is dead at the age of 87, the court's eldest justice had suffered a Siri's of health setbacks in her later years, including multiple bouts with cancer. She was nominated as an associate justice on the U. S Supreme Court by President Clinton and took her seat on the bench. August 10th 1993. She was the second woman to serve on the nation's highest court. House Democrats are preparing legislation to keep the federal government running into December, Reuters reports The stopgap funding bill will allow agencies to stay open through December. 11th. Bill was expected to be out for both the House and Senate to vote on next week. But it isn't known when the continuing resolution will be filed. The Trump Administration announced it will ban Chinese owned ABS Tic TAC, and we chat on Sunday in the US Tech expert Tim Bajarin with creative strategies in the Bay Area says that doesn't mean the apse will disappear from your phone. If you have a tic tac now you'll still be able to use it. But if you don't have it You cannot download it in the U. S. As of Sunday, he said. The main reason the U. S government is concerned with the apse is privacy concerns over user data. Former President Obama is urging his supporters to become poll workers for the upcoming election. Matt Madison has more Obama tweeted that volunteering at their local polling places a way to help the community and make sure this election is run safely and fairly. Former president also shared a link to the mortar than a vote website. The group offers training, personal protective equipment and the possibility of volunteers being paid a small amount of money in locations with a shortage of poll workers because of covert 19 Matt Matt Johnson reporting. Alabama's governor says the damage from Hurricane Sally is really really bad case of the flu over the hardest hit areas. Today she can ask for patients amid the power outages. Sally hit Wednesday morning as a Category two flooding scores of neighborhoods I'm Brian shook The New York Times is reporting that new guidance published by the CDC last month was penned by Trump officials, while CDC doctors objected Mike Power reports, the report says. CDC scientists did not approve the recommendations that were put out via the agency's website as they normally would with medical matters. And they objected to its message after its publication staffers from the Department of Health and Human Services pending the memo, according to the Times, one federal official told the Times that was a dock that came from the top down from the HHS and the task force that policy. Does not reflect what many people at the CDC field should be The policy admiral Bread Jaguar testing coordinator for the CDC reportedly said he did not know how or why the documents skirted scientific review. Americans air feeling somewhat better about the economy. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index gained six points in early September. To a mid month reading of 78.9, the surveys chief economist says the data shows the upcoming election is starting tohave an impact on consumers expectations for the future. China has given an update on their progress on a covert 19 vaccine. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer has the information that Chinese Minister of Science and Technology said Friday that the country has 11 vaccine candidates in clinical trials, with four of them in phase three trials. Some in China have already been receiving a vaccine, but the minister warned that a new outbreak may emerge in the fall and winter. He also again emphasize China's principles of openness. And transparency during the pandemic..

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China, India agree to disengage troops at disputed border

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

China, India agree to disengage troops at disputed border

"China and India have agreed to reduce tensions along a disputed border area. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer tells us more the Foreign Ministry's have the two countries issued a joint statement Friday, agreeing to have border troops disengage to ease tensions. There's been a month long standoff along a disputed border area between China and India that has sparked several deadly clashes. The new countries have decided the situation is not in the interest of either country and they will maintain open lines of communication.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All open in limited capacity in San Francisco beginning next week. Nearly six months after they were all shut down. The NFL season is officially underway full schedule this weekend last night kicked off the first game of the NFL season. Kansas City Chiefs Houston Texans playing and they linked arms at mid field before the game after the national anthem to show unity and the fans responded this way, not a very warm welcome in Kansas City. For that. NBC's national radio correspondent. Bill Zimpfer, joining us live right now, Bill breakdown the game. I know Social media lit up during the during the ball game. Yeah, A And that moment there that you just played was the most interesting to me. The NFL is apparently touched a nerve with their 1 80. They have pulled on social awareness at one point not too long ago, discouraging players from any kind of demonstrations relating to societal issues, and now they're encouraging it. And in fact, some members of the Miami Dolphins have come out and said, it's a hollow gesture. And they're not even going to come out of the locker room for the national anthem or anything. So you know, other than that and other than Andy Reid's fogged up face shield. It was pretty much normal football last night. Kansas City Chiefs, of course, picking up where they left off, and even with a small amount of fans in Kansas City, which is one of only a half dozen teams, allowing any fans in There was enough of an atmosphere that it seemed if he just watching the game as yesterday regular football game, So the NFL is gonna have to deal with a little blow back. I think we'll watch this weekend. How how? Ah! What reaction we get where we do have fans to Ah, Any demonstrations that do take place, So I was telling Cristina, my son and I were watching the game and we spent bill probably the entire first quarter, talking about social issues versus the escape of the ball game. And I'm just kind of curious How concerned you think NFL owners are about fans out there? Just rejecting this that fans just want to go to a sports game. To escape. That's it. It is a diversion. And I'm hearing that from people across the country this morning, Sam that that sport should not be a vehicle for social commentary. It should be a diversion and something to get away from the controversies and issues of everyday life s O. The NFL will find out how much they hear about this, and I think one big thing they'll be looking for His viewership because we've already heard from people who have said Yeah, you know what I could be done with the NFL. Although you've heard things like that before, but certainly something to keep an eye on a CZ we head into For many reasons and unpredictable season, Right 2020 year we are Bill. Thanks a lot. Appreciate it. NBC National Radio correspondent bills him for I get I know where we are right now with the NFL. You just get the sense like I do about New York. They may go through a rough patch, but they'll bill Bones back right? Well, Monday night Football is apparently like one of the top rated television programs consistently. No, I mean, you know, you'll have to say if they dropped to number two. They care. Maybe not. Boy. America will have loved NFL football for a long time, so we'll see. Okay, let's get outside and tickle traffic by nobles standing by. This report is brought to you by Ray Lease and Bel Air. Things are still pretty good on our freeways all the way around. If you're making the commute from Roseville on, I 81st just nine minutes to the cap cities, but I got to go farther Cap City freeway to downtown. That's just another nine minutes. If you're coming in from l grow both 5 99 and 13 minutes and 50 from Folsom. An 18 minute drive from Woodland on I five. Looking good. All the way across to YOLO bypass right as the airport Woodland down, Count 20 minutes, 16 minutes to make the drive in from Davis right now..

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In sports will recap after traffic and weather. Good morning. We've got a stop and go traffic pretty much the whole way through new crumples this because of a crash on 35 north Found at FM 306 You'll see the backups back around him. 7 25 begin Avenue. We've also got a crash on 16 0 Poor South Founded Pat Booker. It's not causing a major jam, but use caution through the area. I'm Collin Ellis News Radio 1200 W Away. I mostly sunny today high near 95. San Antonio's first with Dr Carter. Tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico. Fires continue to burn in California, the latest on both San Antonio. First news correspondent Bill Zimpfer in one half hour. Michael Palka host Lee Pure Hope Elka podcast before 7 30. Major league baseball. The Astros, who had won eight in a row, lost to the Padres again yesterday. They dropped three straight now and San Diego's high Yes. They won seven straight. Houston House the.

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Afternoon and easy to with a high of 104 to 1 await the record is one away from 1950. Tonight will be clear and easy. With a low of 61 to 65 tomorrow Friday, mostly sunny and hot, the high both days 96 to 100. Evacuate their meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk 74 degrees in Sacramento. Now with stories trending on the kfbk Morning News, pink a deaf cover it Golden State killer case. The second day in a row. Today, victims of the Golden State killer will face Joseph James D'Angelo, who confessed to a 13 year crime spree across California. One woman spoke about the day that she encountered D'Angelo and how it changed her life. This was testimony from yesterday We were just high school kids living a normal life going to school church group having friends over now, this horrific experience was part of me. And who I would become. Another victim described how she felt when she heard D'Angelo confessed to crimes listening to the description of what was done to all the victims and waiting for him to say guilty or I admit Really brought home all the horrific suffering he caused. There will be more descriptions from victims today. The 74 Real D'Angelo, a former police officer, admitted to dozens of crimes and 13 murders earlier this year. He was caught in 2018 using a DNA match from a family genealogy website. He faces a sentence of life in prison Without the possibility of parole. South Lake Tahoe will find people who do not wear masks. The City Council voted to find the residents and visitors up to $100 for not following the statewide mass quarter. Businesses can also be fined up to $500 for not enforcing the health order. Emergency order will go into effect on Friday, a New year round evening farmers market debuts later today in midtown Sacramento KFBK Aubrey Aquino has the story. Midtown's new certified farmers market promises to provide Mohr open air fresh food access to the entire community on Wednesdays. It win. Beyond that there will also be fitness and wellness activities and prepared food night market style but giving farmers away to safely get their food tow us is top priority. We're really looking for produce that has been picked that same data in mourning has been kept. Very cool, protected and brought directly to our folks to enjoy. Hopefully for their dinners with Jano and starting in September, the market will accept, enabling Cal fresh recipients to buy fresh, healthy local produce. Aubrey Kino News 93.1 KFBK, Another country has entered into the vaccine. Derby KFBK correspondent Bill Zimpfer with more Cuba has now announced that they are working on a covert 19 vaccine. The country's head of epidemiology at the Cuban Public Health Ministry, said Finding an efficient vaccine for the virus is a top priority. Officials also say developing quick mass testing procedures is a priority. Cuba does have experience with vaccines they produce 80% of the vaccines used in the country Bills in for NBC News radio. To get cut up on the top national stories in just a moment before we do a very big local story coming out of Solano County this morning, a number of evacuations taking place in the Vaca Ville region. In winters. There is word that a ranch may be under threat. Right now. There are fires that were burning all the way from Vaca built to Sonoma Lightning strike fires You have hundreds of evacuations that are underway at this moment. Yes, plus Valley Road in Ah Vaca vill not far from mixed Canyon Road and also Gibson Canyon. We understand fires burning their people have been told to get out. I'll keep you posted on the very latest developments out of the back of ill region all morning long here now where the top national stories of news 93.1 kfbk. As many Democrats sound the alarm on the speed and integrity of mail in ballots this fall. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy has pledged to provide funding for all necessary staff to make sure all ballots are counted. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

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Canada's finance minister quits amid charity scandal and tensions with Trudeau

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Canada's finance minister quits amid charity scandal and tensions with Trudeau

"The Canadian government correspondent Bill Zimpfer tells US more. Canada's finance minister is stepping down after confirming that he did not repay travel costs that were paid for him by a charity group. Minister Bill Morneau had said he only recently realized he had not repaid the $40,000 tab and his sense written. The Czech Prime minister Justin Trudeau, is also under scrutiny for his involvement with the same charity Cliff. The mailman from Cheers is

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Russia's coronavirus vaccine has experts alarmed

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Russia's coronavirus vaccine has experts alarmed

"Russia is declaring victory in the race for Kobe 19. Vaccine correspondent Bill Zimpfer has more. Vladimir Putin made the announcement at a meeting with state officials Tuesday. Russia has registered the first covert 19 vaccine in the world. The vaccine was developed by Russia's Camellia National Research Center, which says it is safe and effective. There are serious concerns about the vaccine, however, as medical experts around the world say the Russians obviously skipped the large scale testing that is needed to ensure the vaccine is safe for mass distribution. Russia by the way, also says a second vaccine under development may soon be ready to

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Days of protests in Portland. Mayor of Portland, criticizing the Trump administration for the actions of those federal troops. Let's go now to NBC News radio National correspondent Bill Zimpfer. He's joining us Live with a report on the latest out of Portland. Bill. Good Morning. Break it down for us. First of all, what's going on important what is the latest at this hour? Well, we continue to see some salmon rest going on in Portland and according to the information I have coming out of Portland is that we're beginning to see those federal troops that got involved over the weekend backing off a little bit and Ah, and we're getting to a situation that is stabilising. But continues to be very volatile because now ah now the argument is between the city of Portland and the federal government over the deployment of these these federal troops that are in Portland right now and and what they should be doing or should not be doing. But as far as a protest go, this continued, of course into the night last night and Right now. I think everything is beginning to save stabilized, But this is far from peaceful situation. Okay, Interesting. You bring that up. By the way, we've got an audio clip of the mayor criticizing Trump Administration were going to rule that out about five or 10 minutes, Bill, so we'll have that for the list of but In terms of looking forward Tim, my co host this morning mentioned that he had read a report that possibly they may try to set up a zone. Kind of like what they set up in Seattle. Have you heard that report? Yeah. And this is why, you know these protests have been going on is you know for over 50 days now in Portland, and this is why police began to tighten the clamps on these protests a bit because the report was out that they were going to try to establish a so called autonomous zone like they did in Seattle, and that's what touched off these violent outbreaks over the weekend. That now our labeled riots and that's significant because police in Portland are barred from using tear gas unless a riot is declared. So once you declare a riot, then all of a sudden you can use these other measures. This is how ah some of the precautions that police take or that they're have to operate under in Portland. But there was a report that the protesters, we're going to attempt to set up an autonomous zone, and that's part of the reason they started to tighten the grip on the protests. That's interesting. So I wonder who has to make that declaration of a riot. Is that the politicians or the police? I think it has to come from the mayor. I with of course, in consultation with the police, but is a local government that has to declare a riot. And ah ah, and thereby you kind of open up these or loosen the restrictions that police can operate under Bill. Thanks so much we do appreciate your time is always NBC News Radio. National correspondent builds them for live with us this morning after the roads we go. It's chicken with Brian Nobles on Monday I was look, sir. Lookin good. This report is going to buy the California Department of Public Health. Nothing to slow you down on our freeways around Sacramento. And if you're a super human headed out to the Bay Area via 80 things look good on a tea all the way from West Sack to the Bay Bridge Toll plaza. In between. If you're headed into the East Bay communities of Concord, Pleasantville in Walnut Creek on 6 80 No delays there right across the Venetia bridge and all the way through a country place until in Walnut Creek..

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"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"bill zimpfer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Or GE. That's mercy ships that org each over the last two weeks, while South Carolina with a roughly same population, has had 17,000 Pipeline shutdowns. The District Court in D C. Is ordering the Dakota access pipeline to cease operations by August 5th for failing to meet environmental permit requirements and plans for a natural gas pipeline to run down. Several East Coast states are being scrapped. Mark Mayfield reports, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy announced that they've called off the Atlantic Coast pipeline development because of continued legal challenges. The 600 mile pipeline would have carried natural gas from West Virginia through Virginia and into North Carolina, environmental advocates and the landowners of ensuing over it Since it was first proposed in 2014 Mark Mayfield, NBC News Radio Warren Buffett likes natural gases. Berkshire Hathaway is buying Dominion Energy for 10 billion and for the first time since the pandemic began, Apple Alphabet Amazon, a Microsoft or each valued at over a trillion dollars. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. Iran is now admitting that significant damage was done to one of its nuclear facilities. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer has the story at first Iran said there was only minor damage after an explosion at a nuclear facility Friday. Now, they say there has been damaged significant enough that it could set back Iran's nuclear program by months. It still hasn't been revealed what caused the damage. But one likely suspect Israel. In fact, one report said Israeli stealth fighters may have been responsible bills in for NBC News Radio Harvard is offering all of its courses online for the upcoming school year amid the Corona virus pandemic, the institution announced Monday. It's planning to bring up to 40% of its undergrad students and all freshmen to campus in the fall. In addition, Harvard said its current priority is to bring back seniors. In a statement, the nation's oldest college said it's worked closely. With medical experts on an approach that protects the health and safety of all faculty and students. Kanye West is hoping to pull off an upset in the presidential election this year. Nicole Wilson has more from the South side to the White House. That's Kanye West's latest endeavor, He says. He's got his sights set on being the next president of the United States. Jesus walks. Rapper made the announcement on Twitter over the weekend with somewhat of a campaign team. West says it's time to realize the promise of America by trusting God unifying our vision and building our future. It's not the first time West has gone public with his plan to become commander in chief. He made the same claim back in 2015 at the MTV Video Music Awards. Nicole Wilson, NBC News Radio Ford is set to unveil its all new Bronco next Monday, There will be three new models, including a two door, mid sized version of the Off road SUV. There's also a four door version and a smaller Bronco sport.

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Interview with Bill Zimpfer About Coronavirus Effects

Charlie Parker

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Bill Zimpfer About Coronavirus Effects

"Right now we're joined by national correspondent bill sim for bill let's start with the the statement from the Surgeon General yesterday Jerome Adams who said that this week is going to be a Pearl Harbor moment for the country and then add it it'll also be a nine eleven moment nothing mixed about that message but there were some this weekend before we talk about the mixed messaging what do you got on the latest numbers development as far as this global pandemic yeah I I'll tell you what Charlie if you were one of the many Americans who tried to detach over the weekend and get away from this some of the comments and the numbers here are just mind boggling I mean when you hear the surgeon general talk about the saddest and hardest week of our lives let that sink in a second yeah I mean that's pretty strong language then since we launched last talked on Friday there have been a hundred twenty thousand new cases confirmed here in the United States forty five hundred more people have died here in the United States some pretty some pretty daunting numbers here as we head into the new week sell yeah not a whole lot to be positive about here and you have to wonder of the comments made by the surgeon general over the weekend are they just a maybe a little over kill in order to get people to begin complying with national guidelines since we continue to hear with cases of people just ignoring these guidelines I N. and one of those guidelines is a subject of confusion that being the mask the CDC is now saying we should wear a mask when we go out to protect ourselves and others we then heard the president say is voluntary and he's not going to do what we have yet to see any high profile ma'am high profile member of the admin straight should do so so yeah there are a lot of confusing things and a lot of things that just leave your head spinning yet let let's talk about that mixed messaging on the mask for a second because the president's wife the First Lady says she will wear a mask the president said he won't areas as you pointed out accurately it's a recommendation it's not mandatory but here's where it gets confusing I think for some people because everyone looks to doctors Berks and beyond out she as you know as the experts of which they are and when found she was asked yesterday if he's going to wear a mask and or and or why he doesn't he put it in a great perspective for me and I'm gonna use bills M. for and Charlie Parker as an example I felt she said if Charlie Parker has corona virus has Kobe had nineteen is positive if Charlie Parker wears a mask that would protect bills them for from getting what it would help protect bills ever forget from getting the virus from me but if Charlie Parker does not just got tested this out she did and is negative putting on a mask isn't going to do anything yeah here's the issue Charlie and I ate it is that we now know that this illness can be a symptomatic short on time so if you have not been tested a you may not have any symptoms you may not think you have it you don't wear a mask and you go out and you actually are creating a problem for other people so and and then that's why the CDC has changed its opinion on this early on you remember they said no less you have the illness there's no reason to wear a mask well you may have the illness and not now not in our area is so that's why they're they're saying it's better to be safe than sorry on this everybody should wear a mask when they go out needless to say as soon as that word came out my wife pranked out about three dozen of these things using using materials he found in the attic so yeah we have a bunch of my around here one other point of confusion on our part to others really one has to do with his medication the Clark went right it despite the fact that the president is really pushing this the federal government is stockpiled millions of doses of this there has been no comprehensive clinical evidence that it does work strictly anecdotal it's being used in trials lot of people confused about it you can't go to your doctor and get a prescription for it and it should not be used as a preventative that we know there's still a lot of information we have to get it could turn out to be something that could be useful we just don't know yet and it could actually be dangerous if you just try to use it on your own yeah and and I'm glad you brought that part out because the president said yesterday you know again backed him more mixed messaging and certainly it's not intentional but the president said you know it's been used for things before and he did as you just pointed out a lot we don't know if this is gonna work but there we can try it there's nothing to lose well dad's

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