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Alzheimer’s Drug Likely to Be FDA Approved Despite Potential Risks

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Alzheimer’s Drug Likely to Be FDA Approved Despite Potential Risks

"Drug is reasonably likely to result in a clinical benefit and granted approval. Despite potential risks. NBC's Brian Clark with details The FDA s decision to grant accelerated approval to Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug is a historic first in the fight against the disease. It's not a cure. It's not a panacea, but it is a first line treatment that that does look at the underlying cause of the disease. Dr. Joanne Pike, the chief strategist of the Alzheimer's association, points out Alzheimer's remains a fatal disease. We have to have a first line treatment before we can get to a second line or a third line, Dr Pike says. This requires the health care system do prioritize Early detection. Brian Clark ABC News The Department of Justice

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Civil Rights Leader Reverend William Barber Delivers Speech at Tulsa Massacre Memorial

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Civil Rights Leader Reverend William Barber Delivers Speech at Tulsa Massacre Memorial

"Of members of the city's thriving black community were killed by a white mob. Civil rights leader, Reverend William Barber told the crowd a historic Vernon a M E Church. That mob will not get the last word in Tulsa. We must be more powerful. Then even they were so that this and nothing like it ever happens again in public policy or in public violence. Other events in Tulsa Monday featured calls for reparations for survivors of the massacre and their descendants. Brian Clark, ABC News more details about the

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Manhunt Underway After 2 Killed in Miami Mass Shooting

Jim Bohannon

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Manhunt Underway After 2 Killed in Miami Mass Shooting

"Three suspects still being sought about 100 bullet casings were found at the scene of Sunday morning's mass shooting outside of a catering hall in Miami Dade County that left two people dead. That's according to police, who are providing an update Monday morning when the father of one of the victims, Clayton dealer, the third interrupted, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez said together All of us. We must work harder to bring justice to these families who are crying as you here Right now. A $130,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrests. Brian Clark ABC News a mental health

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The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

The Global Death Toll From Covid-19 Tops 3 Million

"Globally, another devastating number reached and the death toll We get that for maybe sees Brian Clark global death toll from Cove in 19 top three million people Saturday, according to Johns Hopkins University, But experts believe the actual number is almost certainly hire. This figure is equivalent to the combined populations of Philadelphia and Dallas. Deaths are climbing Once again, There's a worldwide average of about 12,000 each day. Roughly 3000 of those are in Brazil, which has been ravaged by the virus in recent weeks, trails on Lee the U. S and the number of confirmed deaths. Brian Clark ABC

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Biden Digs in for Negotiations Over Infrastructure and Jobs Plan

The Mom Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Digs in for Negotiations Over Infrastructure and Jobs Plan

"I'm Brian Clark president, Biden said to invite Republicans and Democrats to the White House Monday to discuss his massive infrastructure proposal. Some Republicans have criticized the package for including items they say are not related to infrastructure. But energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm tells ABC the definition of infrastructure is changing in 1990. We wouldn't have thought that broadband was infrastructure because it wasn't on the scene yet. We? Of course, the broadband in

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CDC director warns of "impending doom" amid COVID spike

Pat Thurston

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

CDC director warns of "impending doom" amid COVID spike

"90% of the adult U. S population will be eligible for a coping 19 vaccination and 90% will have the vaccination site within five miles of home By April, 19th. Our work is far from over. War against covert 19 is far from one This is deadly serious, and the CDC director concerned about an uptick in cases, the U. S is now averaging more than 60,000 new Corona virus infections each day. That's an increase of more than 10.5% In the last week, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said she has a feeling of impending doom has so much to look forward to. So much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope. Right now. I'm scared, she says she's asking people to hold on just a little longer here just almost there, But not by that. Dr Lynskey blamed surgeon cases on increased travel, relaxed restrictions and new variants of the virus. Brian Clark ABC News in

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At CPAC, rising GOP stars send message that Trump is here to stay

The Best of Ben Shapiro

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

At CPAC, rising GOP stars send message that Trump is here to stay

"Hot item at CPAC is a likeness of former President Trump. Cpac is hosting former President Trump's first speech since he left the White House. But he is already happy Conservative Conference in Orlando and both how often he's referenced by other speakers and in the form of a 6 ft gold colored statue. It's the work of Tommy's Egon three years ago when they were coming out with the baby Trump and the Trump on a toilet, making Trump. I was disgusted with those that I said I could do a better job. He said. He tried to get the statue in front of the 45th president earlier tried to take it to trump his state. But I didn't get past the secret service. He hopes it will wind up in a future Trump Library. Brian Clark ABC NEWS

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Frustrated Mass. seniors struggling to get COVID-19 vaccine

Just Don't Lose The Money with Rubino and Liang

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Frustrated Mass. seniors struggling to get COVID-19 vaccine

"Coronavirus vaccinations is picking up. But some residents of Framingham were frustrated yesterday as they tried to get a dose. ABC is Brian Clark explains. The vaccine process did not go smoothly for a group of Massachusetts seniors Saturday. This is inexcusable. What a mess that lecturing somebody is next. Framingham, Mary von Spicer said the state's registration website did not stop non residents from booking appointments and also allowed people younger than 75 to sign up. That should not have been able to happen, too. And it's that's one of the things that once again a technology driven system is only as good as the inputs. Everyone was eventually allowed to get a dose, but non residents say they were told they would need to get a second dose someplace else. Brian Clark ABC News 29

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J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Was 85% Effective in Late-Stage Study

The KFBK Morning News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

J&J Covid-19 Vaccine Was 85% Effective in Late-Stage Study

"I'm Brian Clark had a third Corona virus vaccine soon be available. Johnson and Johnson this morning announcing results of their stage three trials, saying their vaccine is 85% effective in preventing severe illness. Doctor the time mom and head of research and development says when there was Cove it on vaccine. Individuals. The participants typically had much milder course of covert. Unlike the vaccines from Fizer and modern of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is administered in just one dose scientist. Meanwhile, they're studying the efficacy of these vaccines against new variants of the virus, like the ones from the UK and now South Africa that was spotted in the US for the first time. Two cases in South Carolina CDC director Dr were Shell, Wolinsky tells ABC We worry about many things with these variants. One is increased transmissibility. The second is increased mortality and then, of course, whether our treatments and our vaccines will work against them.

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"brian clark" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian clark" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now I'm Brian Clark, the U. S Capitol is heavily fortified three days from the presidential inauguration. But ABC is Kenneth Voting in Annapolis, Maryland, says That's one of many state capitals preparing for the potential of violence this morning, all 50 state capitals bracing for potential new wave of violence like the right in Washington, the FBI on alert receiving information about pro trump groups calling for the storming of government buildings on Inauguration Day. Least 10 states activating their National Guard President elect Biden's first day as president Biden will include the signing of about a dozen executive orders will include a rejoining of the Paris climate Agreement, and Alicia, a mask, a band aid on federal property and for interstate travel. That's according to a memo from his incoming chief of staff, The Biden administration will likely begin is the U. S. Crosses 400,000 deaths from covert 19. There's no winner and Saturday night's Powerball drawing that pushes the jackpot. 2 $730 million for Wednesday's drawing. This is ABC News Microbe and 24 protects against Staphylococcus areas and in terror back torero jeans bacteria but does not provide 24 hour protection against viruses. Every time you touch a surface, you leave behind bacteria to keep surfaces sanitized all day. Use microbe and 24 sanitizing spray spray on hard surfaces to kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, initially, including the virus that causes coded 19 once try microbe and 24 sanitizing spray is effective for 24 hours on bacteria when used as directed. You're listening.

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Dustin Higgs executed, Trump administration's 13th execution

Leo Laporte

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Dustin Higgs executed, Trump administration's 13th execution

"Lethal injection in the last days of President Trump's watch. NBC's Brian Clark. The federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three women in Maryland 25 years ago. Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week. The 13 since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect bite him opposes the federal death penalty.

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Dustin Higgs executed, Trump administration's 13th execution

Howie Carr

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Dustin Higgs executed, Trump administration's 13th execution

"In the last days of President Trump's Watch. ABC is Brian Clark. Federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three women in Maryland 25 years ago. Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week. The 13th since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect Biden opposes the federal death penalty. A new imagining of

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Dustin Higgs: Final execution of Trump presidency is carried out

The Best of Ben Shapiro

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Dustin Higgs: Final execution of Trump presidency is carried out

"McFarlane, another lethal injection in the last days of President Trump's watch. NBC's Brian Clark federal government executed Dustin Higgs overnight and he was convicted of killing three win. And in Maryland 25 years ago, Higgs was the third federal inmate put to death this week, the 13 since the Trump administration restarted federal executions in July. President elect Biden opposes the

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Police chief: Ohio officer who fatally shot unarmed Black man should be fired

Ray Appleton

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Police chief: Ohio officer who fatally shot unarmed Black man should be fired

"A police chief is calling for one of his officers to be fired following a fatal shooting this week of an unarmed black man. Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan joined the city's mayor and calling for the firing of police officer Adam Coy, who fatally shot Andre Hill and unarmed black man early Tuesday. We haven't officer who violated his oath. To comply with the rules and policies of the Columbus Division of Police, He says. Those failures include coin, not rendering aid to Hill. They're not turning on his body camera. There'll be a hearing Monday with the city's public safety director, Civil rights and family attorney Benjamin Crump said Thursday discrimination and police brutality Doesn't even take a break. Christmas. Brian Clark ABC NEWS This is

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More than 84 million Americans expected to travel over winter holidays as cases surge

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

More than 84 million Americans expected to travel over winter holidays as cases surge

"To travel for the holidays, a different story on the nation's roads and airports. ABC is Brian Clark has the latest numbers beginning today, Triple A, predicts 84. A half million Americans will travel through January 3rd. That's a decrease of 29% from the same time last year, but more people are flying. Right now that it any other point in the pandemic, and many of them like this woman in Los Angeles are taking a different approach. We have hands advertiser gloves. I don't know, just mask trying not to drink water travel up. Hopper predicts Atlanta, Chicago O'Hare and Dallas Fort Worth will be the busiest airports of the season. Ryan Clark

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Biden warns "darkest days" of pandemic are still ahead

First Light

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Biden warns "darkest days" of pandemic are still ahead

"More than 51,000 people died of coded 19 in the U. S in the first three weeks of December. That puts it on track to surpass April as the deadliest month of this pandemic. Health experts suggest Thanksgiving gatherings could be partly to blame and with Christmas days away, President elect Joe Biden cautioned on Tuesday. Here's the simple truth. Our darkest days in the battle against Cove. It are ahead of us not behind us. Triple A, predicts 84. A half million Americans will travel from today through January. 3rd Brian Clark ABC News

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Sarah Fuller becomes first woman to score in Power Five game

At Home

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Sarah Fuller becomes first woman to score in Power Five game

"Diversity. Soccer player turned football player made history ABC is Brian Clark explains There was college football history Saturday in Nashville. Sarah Fuller has become the first woman to score a point in a power five college football game call on Lear Field after Fuller kick the first of two extra points in her second game with a a Vanderbilt Vanderbilt football football team. team. She's She's the the goalkeeper goalkeeper for for Vanderbilt Vanderbilt women's women's soccer soccer team. team. She She had had joined joined the the football football squad squad after after they they were were short short on on players players because because of of covert covert 19. 19. That's That's something something I've I've really really appreciated appreciated at the end of the day, they treated me like an athlete on gets the best second asked for Vanderbilt lost 42 17 to Tennessee. Brian Clark ABC News, a

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U.S. Shatters Single-Day COVID-19 Case Record Friday, Topping 126,000

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Shatters Single-Day COVID-19 Case Record Friday, Topping 126,000

"C 19 pendant continues to rage with record numbers of new cases and hospitalizations in many areas of the country. NBC's Brian Clark has more than 116,000 new covert 19 cases reported Thursday in the U. S, said a new single day record, according to the Cova tracking project, the U. S has reported more than 300,000 new cases in the last three days. He's as the economy continues to struggle because of the virus, said a majority leader Mitch McConnell said the better than expected October jobs report proves that a smaller stimulus is needed targeted. Toward things that are directly related to the Corona of ours, which we all know it's not going away until we get a vaccine is 45 vaccines or inhuman trials. Brian Clark ABC News

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Health Experts To Americans: Get A Flu Shot To Avoid “Twindemic”

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Health Experts To Americans: Get A Flu Shot To Avoid “Twindemic”

"Or older should get an an annual annual flu flu vaccine vaccine was, was, Dr Dr Anthony Anthony found. found. She's She's speaking speaking earlier earlier this this month. month. In In Friday, Friday, the the CDC CDC said said it's it's not not seeing seeing any any delays delays in in distribution distribution or or production production of of a a flu flu vaccine. vaccine. Despite expected record demand, vaccine producers said they expect to deliver almost 200 million doses for this flu season so far shipped out 124 million. The CDC says flu activity nationwide remains low. Brian Clark ABC News And now today's consumer tip, sponsored by Masato Safe Haven, the Northwest leading

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"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO

"A simple way to stop the violence We're seeing in cities across America and in his home state on CNN's state of the union, the Republican lawmaker called for more resource is and back up to be brought in, including the National Guard. What we need do is we need to get control of the situation. And until we until we do, we're going to have more violence. We're goingto have, unfortunately, potentially more loss of life, Johnson said. That way, those involved in rioting are vastly outnumbered. The director of National Intelligence, says his office is going to stop in person briefings for Congress regarding election threats. ABC is Brian Clark has reaction from a security expert. The Trump Administration is citing leaks in D and I John Radcliffe's decision to shift to providing written reports. But John Cohen and ABC News contributor and former Homeland security officials said, disturbing announcement being made by the administration and should really caused concern amongst the American people, He says that's because threats to elections are real, and it's not time to diminish or curtail briefings. Time to expand those briefings provide more information to the public, so we can all take steps to protect ourselves from being influenced by Russian disinformation. Democrats are calling for a reversal of the decision. Brian Clark ABC News I'm Corwin Hick with another Cuomo. Extra restaurants with outdoor seating have in a limited way kept the cash flowing cities, including Seattle and Tacoma, have helped by allowing restaurants to add streets eating but looming over it all, How do we transition into the following winter months? Amy Spain is with the Washington Hospitality Association. She says. Some restaurants will adjust with overhead canvas and outdoor heaters. But she and they know only one thing will really help. You got to get this virus down. And unfortunately, she says some restaurant owners are hurting themselves and their industry by refusing to follow mandated protocols driving not only co bid issue but also is sort of putting a blight on the industry of it Not being safe, she says. Now is the time for restaurants to make decisions based not just on today's bottom line. But on their industries Long term health Corwin Hey HQ Co Moh news.

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"brian clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark coronavirus cases hospitalizations and deaths are on the rise in the United States and so are the concerns of Americans as ABC's chucks Iverson more Americans than a month ago say they're concerned about getting cold at nineteen more than three in four says a new ABC news Ipsos poll sixty seven percent of Republicans are concerned ninety one percent of Democrats the poll was taken Wednesday and Thursday five hundred seventy nine adults numbers could be off four point seven percentage points plus or minus fifty six percent said the country's moving too fast to re open most are willing to go grocery shopping fifty six percent say they're willing to eat at a restaurant fifty three percent to stay at a hotel as numbers especially climbing in western states where actions being taken says ABC's Alex stone areas of Texas are now implementing mandatory mass schools governor Greg Abbott is asking Texans to stay home and wear masks he's implementing a ban on elective surgeries in four Texas counties to free up hospital capacity and in Utah now the mayor of Salt Lake City is asking the governor for approval to mandate masks saying masks need to be normalized and accepted with numbers rising Thursday marks one month since George Floyd's death Minneapolis police custody and Thursday the house passed police reform legislation it's likely to fail in the Senate but after ongoing demonstrations some of those demonstrations have seen statues taken down president trump's criticize that on Twitter but he told a fox news channel town hall is not opposed to taking some down we can take things down too I can understand certain things being taken now but they want to go through a process legally and then we take it down in some cases put them in museums or wherever they may go president campaigning in Wisconsin Joe Biden campaigning in Pennsylvania accuse the president of whining about the pandemic Donald Trump needs to stop caring about how he looks you start caring about what Americans happen the rest of America you're listening to ABC news not an I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK health officials say Coba nineteen related hospitalizations have increased by thirty two percent in the past two weeks California is seeing a surge in cases as well as the need for intensive care as the state opens further governor Newsom says he may toggle back to stricter guidelines for counties if the case is threatened to overwhelm the health care system LA mayor Eric Garcetti is warning residents to stay if they can amid rising coronavirus cases LA county has the highest number of coronavirus cases of any county in the U. S. with over ninety thousand confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic the county is increasing testing capacity at its testing sites covered California is extending a special enrollment period to give Californians more time to sign up for health insurance the new deadline to sign up for coverage is July thirty first the agency's board voted to extend the deadline as coronavirus cases surged across the state I'm making my goddess from the KPK traffic.

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"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark a milestone this morning is more than one million people worldwide have recovered from covert nineteen that's nearly five times the amount of the number of deaths today sixteen states in the U. S. will allow some businesses to partially reopen ABC Jim Ryan's in Dallas with more on what Texas plants businesses reopening today can be filled to only twenty five percent of their capacity at any given time for eating establishments we know that twenty five percent occupancy or even fifty percent is not a sustainable business model but Texas restaurant association CEO Emily knight says this allows them to begin this kind of opening process she expects only about half of Texas restaurants to re open today and a new ABC news Ipsos poll shows that even as states lift those stay at home orders much of the country's apprehensive about returning to normal right now the poll says the vast majority of Americans would return to work seventy seven percent but they would be anxious about getting the virus far fewer from fifty one to forty four percent are saying they would feel comfortable getting a hair cut going to church for even sending the child back to school there's a big partisan divide with Republicans saying they are twice as likely to return to restaurants bars and churches are sporting events as ABC's Andy field may days longer today associated with workers rights today walkouts planned it's a major corporations more from A. B. C.'s Kimberly Brooks employees from target Walmart Amazon and other retailers prepare to walk off the job protesting what they say are unsafe working conditions protesters even painted the street outside the home of the Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos calling for more worker protections also this morning protesters are taking aim at colleges and universities students picketing schools saying they're not getting what they paid for food processing industry hit hard twenty one workers at the Smithfield plant in North Carolina have now tested positive for covert nineteen you're listening to ABC news komo news arts Sanders good morning our top stories from the commode twenty four seven news center after months of governor Jay Inslee asking for it there's word the White House will use the defense production act to get more covert nineteen testing supplies made and sent to the states that need them ritual or the governors senior policy adviser says Washington will get about five hundred and eighty thousand specimen collection swabs a month and four hundred and thirty thousand the units the transport media needed to get them to the lab we have received an indication from HHS that at first very small batch of swabs of forty thousand is on the way will be here within a matter of days state health care authority says there's still a shortage in the supplies labs need including bio hazard transport bags in the reagents needed to conduct the test but that with those supplies we could do between twenty and thirty thousand tests a day unemployment claims in Washington state have now top three quarters of a million now you're como traffic in Mountlake terrace two right lanes are closed on southbound I. five between two thirty six street and two twenty eight street southwest until six AM and the two twentieth street on ramp to south five is also closed for construction until four thirty AM in north Seattle the northbound express lane exit and southbound express lane entrance on I. five near Northgate is closed until six AM I'm Jay Phillips co more twenty.

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MyTalk 107.1

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now I'm Brian Clark then they should continue to struggle with Kevin nineteen which has killed at least thirty nine thousand people in the US New York has been hit hardest but some positive signs are emerging New York governor Andrew Cuomo said Saturday the state appears to have passed the plateau and is on a downswing it's only three days but that's what the numbers would start to suggest but he says two thousand more cases and more than five hundred dance in the last twenty four hours are still overwhelming numbers not as high as it was for five hundred and forty people died yesterday five hundred and forty people five hundred and forty families Marc Randall our ABC news New York there's concern across the country about nursing homes and long term care facilities were at least seven thousand three hundred people have died as a subset protest Saturday calling for an end to lockdowns house speaker Nancy Pelosi said lawmakers are close to an agreement to replenish the small business relief fund this is ABC news in times like these you may not be thinking about blood donation my patients within a range of serious illnesses if you please schedule an appointment to donate by visiting red cross blood dot org this is the best season Alexis in the morning we play the best stuff we did this morning we played at night on my talk one of seven one welcome back Jason and Alexis in the morning on my talk on seven oh one it is eight forty seven we're gonna go back to the fun in just a second as we wrap up the show but first let's get the morning headlines from our friend at KSTP metal Enger is a power struggle taking shape across the country between state and local officials and president Donald Trump president trump has said he believes he has absolute authority when it comes to opening up the country again try to get the economy revving again and that's not sitting well with a lot of officials across the nation in fact legal experts constitutional experts have questioned the accuracy of that comment saying they believe the power to open and close businesses in a public health crisis actually lies with the governors of every state governor Tim walls in Minnesota where I stay at home order remains in effect today has said that he's going to make decisions based on what's best for Minnesota even if that's at odds with the federal government Minneapolis the city is looking at about one hundred or two hundred million dollar budget shortfall because of the pandemic and the closures that are in place it's really affecting city revenues and Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry did send a letter to all city employees last week alerting them to a wage and hiring freeze and the mayor recently told five Eyewitness News is also looking at possible cuts to city programs but he said all of that is happening in an effort to try and avoid having to lay off city employees so we'll see what happens but that the mayor of Minneapolis saying that layoffs are not on the table right now but cuts could be coming to city programs it's too early though to identify which programs might be targeted for those cuts that's the very latest from five Eyewitness News this morning by Matt Belanger thanks Matt you.

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KOMO

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark two weeks ago polling showed that forty four percent of Americans thought the economy would be closer to normal by June first the latest ABC news it says Paul finds that number shrunk to thirty one percent more on the numbers from A. B. C.'s Andy field most Americans polled think the pandemic will be over by the end of the summer with ninety three percent of Republicans more optimistic than the sixty six percent of Democrats believing that the bright outlook of a few weeks ago his dim for nearly all Americans now nearly eight in ten say they are worried about getting the virus same polling shows fifty four percent of Americans disapprove of the way president trump has handled the pandemic Thursday his administration laid out guidelines to re open the economy America wants to be open and Americans want to be open but when to begin the three phase process will be up to state governors the first phase will bring some workers back to their jobs in phases while still minimizing nonessential travel and accommodating vulnerable people Dr Deborah Berke the White House coronavirus response coordinator spelled out some details of phase two schools daycares and camps can re open in phase two visits a senior living facilities however should remain and hospitals prohibited large venues can operate but solely under moderate physical distancing and elective surgeries can resume on an outpatient and inpatient based re opening discussion comes amid a mounting death toll in Los Angeles well the curve here in LA appears to be flattening for a third day in a row Los Angeles county has seen its highest death count yet fifty five more deaths in the county in a twenty four hour period LA mayor Eric Garcetti as I mentioned last week this in the coming weeks would be the worst weeks we face and that certainly is bearing out the number of new cases appears to be slowing though that's ABC's Alex stone in Los Angeles you're listening to ABC news komo news art Sanders now your top stories from the commode twenty four seven news center governor Jay Inslee says his plans to re open the state are mostly consistent with what the president laid out but he says he's not going to do it before it's safe Inslee says in order to begin lifting social distancing state needs to have more covert nineteen testing available and what he called an army of people to do contact tracing for those who test positive says they also need the epidemiologist to say the curve is close enough to zero when we get down to that level we will then be able to dial up our social interactions limit security commissioners Suzi Levine says Saturday's the day her department will shut down so we can updated systems with the changes from the federal stimulus package includes expanded eligibility for people who are self employed independent contractors or didn't have the minimum number of hours in Washington St new numbers from the US department of labor show one hundred and fifty thousand initial claims for unemployment for the week ending April eleventh now your como traffic.

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KTAR 92.3FM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Brian Clark more than one point one million students will not be going back to classrooms until at least the fall having to tell you that we cannot bring our schools back for the remainder of the school year is painful New York City mayor bill de Blasio said closing the nation's largest school district is the right thing to do because it's too soon to take the foot off the gas health experts say social distancing appears to be working as ABC's Stephanie Ramos explains from New York New York state maybe seeing results after weeks of social distancing and stayed home orders the number of ICU patients falling for the first time since the pandemic began an encouraging sign and now with evidence of a flattening curve in some states president trump is looking to create a task force focused on re opening the country Stephanie Roberts ABC news New York more tests are needed and ABC news contributor Tom Bossert a former White House homeland security adviser acknowledges that but he says wearing masks is also very important we don't need high end tests all the time for everything we've got a scarcity of them so we don't have enough tests to identify all the problems put a mask on everyone of those viral in mind everyone of us that couldn't infect others and you can defuse that land mine and you can kill and suppress this virus tech companies working on solutions to apple and Google collaborating on an app that's meant to notify people if they've been exposed to others who've been infected with covert nineteen A. B. C.'s Trevor Ault explains the technology would use Bluetooth data to keep track of phones that have been close to each other it'll first roll out in may as an app designed by public health agencies but apple and Google have plans to build the function directly into their phones operating systems meeting if you want to use it you just have to turn it on tornadoes in the forecast for the south tomorrow and authorities advising people to plan now in case public shelters are closed you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic time is eight oh two on Gabriel Camille Phoenix buses are limiting passengers starting Monday in an effort to promote social distancing starting Monday only ten passengers will be allowed to ride on a Phoenix city bus at a time this was approved by the Phoenix city council in order to maintain social distancing however Brenda Jana's with the city's public transit department says there is some flexibility for drivers you know not strictly enforce these guidelines in order to reduce any conflict that might arise with the writers and and the operators she also adds there will be exceptions for wheelchair in mobile eight users Taylor canter up T. T. A. R. news the Arizona department of emergency and military affairs director Major General Michael McGuire says a National Guard air tankers sent north to North Carolina has returned to the valley was something our medical professions need badly in their fight against covert nineteen forty thousand yards of surgical gown fabric that'll be sewn by local leaders on insta delivered to hospitals all around the state Phoenix fire has also donated surgical gowns to the Navajo Nation which the guard airlifted to Canada in tuba city despite being one of the B. is busiest weekends for parks and city of Phoenix has heavy restrictions starting today parking lots are restrooms will be closed and picnicking and grilling will be prohibited people will be able to come to the park and enjoy the green space and enjoy the walking path Greg bagless cities with Phoenix's parks and recreation department tells Katie a are the goal is to limit gatherings at parks which are typical for Easter weekend entrada virus financial relief is finally on its way congressman David Schweikert tells Arizona's morning news that some paycheck protection loans for small businesses have already been approved and sent out and now for a check on traffic here's Mike Daniels from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Gabriel got a lot of what we're going on this weekend you put a one eastbound off ramp closed he Recro how we got.

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:16 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian Clark with more than half a million diagnosed coronavirus cases in the United States the race continues to try to control the pandemic in one way to do that could come from your phone apple and Google announcing their coming together to create a platform that will work on both iPhones and android devices that he if you opt in will alert those who have been around to confirm cove it nineteen patient who is also opted in you will use Bluetooth to know who you've been around and could potentially monitor a third of the world's population then if you opt in and find out you have cold at nineteen all of those people you've been around for a certain period of time could be notified immediately Alex stone ABC news that would require additional testing capacity meanwhile health officials say the United States could begin seeing effective treatments for corona virus at some point this summer the president's top infectious disease advisor Dr Anthony Fauci discussing nearly two dozen drug trials to treat covert nineteen saying results could come soon sometime in the summer will start to see which are working which are not vaccines to prevent the virus take far longer it could be at least a year away Andy field ABC news Washington president trump said he's going to listen to health experts about the best time to re open the country but he said next week he will announce a second task force focused on re opening the U. S. we're gonna have a great business leaders great doctors will have a great group of people elected officials like Washington governor Jay Inslee say social distancing must remain in place this weekend even at the expense of traditional Easter activities with our kids and grandkids wanting to have an Easter egg hunt we understand those things but this is really a moment for all of us to redouble our efforts and our commitment to our families and our communities to stay stay till the time a lot of one British prime minister Boris Johnson could be released from a hospital he is out of intensive care you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one AFP K. one northern California city is allowing homeless encampments to remain where they are the Chico city council voted last night to allow homeless camps within city limits as long as people living in them follow CDC social distancing guidelines Chico city councilman Sean Morgan says it's a temporary measure and calls it anti law enforcement treatise on the coat was completely unnecessary the way of saying Hey we don't trust the police department to do their job I can't tell you we got great great posture that great chiefs to put this in the code it doesn't make much sense Morgan thinks his fellow council members will make the ordinance permanent once the coronavirus emergency passes Oakland is banning automotive traffic from several residential streets for the duration of the coronavirus crisis mayor Libby Schaaf announced during a virtual town hall Thursday night she wants to reserve them for bicyclists and pedestrians for more on the corona virus go to I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I'm real alkaline for thank you KFBK traffic southbound five in yellow county at that done again rest area that rest area is shut down because of paving taking place until two thirty in the afternoon so definitely can't stop their east found fifty in Eldorado area right at Cameron park the offramp is shut.

Brian Clark
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KTAR 92.3FM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian Clark the CDC in a change of its recommendations now says Americans should wear some sort of cloth or fabric face covering when they leave their homes during the corona virus pandemic president trump at the White House on Friday said this is voluntary I don't think I'm going to be doing it the thought is that it can help slow the spread of the virus from people who aren't showing symptoms there are more than two hundred seventy eight thousand confirmed cases nationwide loan more than seven thousand deaths leaders in some of the hardest hit states say they need more equipment New York governor Andrew Cuomo warning the country's hardest hit state could run out of ventilators in just a few days but the president telling our Jon Karl New York is well they certainly shouldn't they should have had more ventilators they were totally under serviced we are trying to do we're doing our best for New York we've worked very well with the governor we happen to think that he's well served with ventilators that's A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott at the White House the economic impacts of covered nineteen triggered a two point two trillion dollar stimulus but oversight experts are warning of the fraud possibility A. B. C.'s Marc Randall arts is that's because of the sheer size of the situation making it hard to vet applicants that's what several oversight experts who investigated abuse of the government's bailout in two thousand eight have told ABC news one area they say is particularly vulnerable for abuse is the three hundred and fifty billion dollars in forgivable loans to small businesses as it's left up to banks to vet potential borrowers and a firing from president trump announced Friday inspector general for the intelligence community who transmitted to Congress the whistle blower complaint that sparked the Ukraine impeachment inquiry Michael Atkinson has been fired by president trump announced in a letter late Friday night from the president to congressional leaders that's A. B. C. chucks Iverson takes effect in thirty days the president said he had lost confidence in the inspector you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic C. A. R. news time is eight oh two I'm Gabriel Camino a valley IC you nurse is asking you to take the corona virus the right seriously bath works for a hospital here in the valley and she says for anyone who doesn't think the virus is real I would tell them to come take a look at an ideal for a few minutes that's what we're really seeing that the scariest stop these are some of the ticket statement that we've ever taken care of and you know in the ICU we take care of this ticket patient she says right now hospitals are allowing visitors meaning patients who were dying don't get to be comforted by their loved ones she says being a health care worker right now it's hard because that could mean being exposed to bring the virus home to their families were getting sick themselves K. T. A. our eyes on the economy people are still buying homes despite the economy slowing down due to a coronavirus merry Roberts is a realtor in the valley and the president of the Arizona realtors association I asked her if she has seen a slow down in people buying houses we haven't seen as much but I assume in the next month it will slow down mainly for those second home buyers investment buyers she says something else did spike a few weeks ago when mortgage rates dropped to about three percent there was just an influx of refinances she says rates have started to increase a bit but they'll likely start dropping again soon resell the city no KTAR news and there is a new warning from the IRS involving the twelve hundred dollar checks Americans are expected to receive from the coronavirus stimulus package Starmer scammers are reaching out to victims asking them for their personal information or you won't receive a check for sync take phone calls sure enough of the text messages and the criminals keep changing their tactics so for most people they just need to really basically do nothing and they'll get their don't get their money bye Watson with the IRS says all you need to do is make sure you filed your twenty eighteen twenty nineteen taxes and now for a check on traffic.

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:41 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian Clark the covert nineteen pandemic has killed more than seven thousand Americans nearly three thousand deaths have come in New York which has more than a hundred thousand confirmed cases and not enough ventilators according to the state governor and the mayor of New York City ABC's Rachel Scott has more on the White House response New York governor Andrew Cuomo warning the country's hardest hit state could run out of ventilators in just a few days but the president telling our Jon Karl New York is well they certainly shouldn't they should have had more ventilators they were totally under serviced we are trying to do we're doing our best for New York we've worked very well with the governor we happen to think that he's well served with ventilators president trump also said he is not going to follow the CDC's new recommendation that Americans wear masks you can do it you don't have to do it I'm choosing not to do it but some people may want to do it and that's okay it may be good probably will that make it a recommendations only recommendations voluntary the CDC's advising people to wear the masks that are made out of cloth or fabric non medical masks they want everyone to reserve medical masks for medical personnel the nation's most populous state has not seen the intense spike in corona virus cases that other areas of experienced so California's governor says this is the time to get ready governor Gavin Newsom says modelling shows a peak here in California will be in may well numbers are still rising here Newsome says logically cases have not been spiking like they are in New York we're doing all we can to continue to take advantage of this wall the governor announcing new programs to put California's homeless into hotels rented by the state to protect them from corona virus Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles president trump fired the intelligence community's inspector general Michael Atkinson saying he no longer has confidence in Atkinson you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK Google is using all the personal data it collects from its users to help doctors battled the covert nineteen pandemic the company is making the data available to pandemic experts so they can see if people are staying home or traveling more it will also allow experts to see possible hot spots the cemetery county fair is canceled for the first time since World War two the seventy county events center and fairgrounds are being used by accounting for coronavirus response and will likely be in use for the next three months to thirty printers Monterey county libraries are being put to good use they're using them to produce protective N. ninety five masks the branches are all closed to the public due to the corona virus outbreak library officials say the hard plastic masks are being made around the clock to be said to first responders and other medical professionals on the front lines of the pandemic for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast have for the latest news and information Arbor wealth a lot for from the KFBK traffic center we're expecting snow we travel this weekend in the Sierra so if your travels take you into the higher elevations of the Sierra make sure your caring chains along we do have a couple of closures that will be with us through the weekend that are already in effect due to mountain snow conditions eighty nine a reminder to pass closed state route four over edits pass also closed California state parks letting you know that there is no parking available at the parks have all been shut down also some areas that had access close to things like trails independence trail in the Vatican any road access has been shut down you cannot park along the side of the road is Caltrans is put up a lot of barriers in that area traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. C..

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:30 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian Clark new guidance from the centers for disease control to the American people now advising them to wear face masks as an additional public health measure during the corona virus pandemic Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams says CDC recommends in the task force recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public for public settings were other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain that leaves it leaves include places like grocery stores and pharmacies health experts say they could be made at home out of cloth they want people to reserve medical masks for medical professionals president trump said he's not going to wear a mask he also announced relief plans for covert nineteen patients who don't have health insurance again so proudly announce at hospitals and healthcare providers treating uninsured Aurora virus patients will be reimbursed by the federal government more than seven thousand people have died in the U. S. of covert nineteen more than eighteen hundred of those deaths in New York City and mayor bill de Blasio warns a surge is coming we are beginning now a race against time as we prepare for next week calls for a national enlistment of medical personnel he said the city needs more hospital beds and ventilators the government's also debating the next phase of economic relief the president wants to spend more than a trillion on roads and bridges to help get people back to work during the pandemic so we can fix our infrastructure and will have almost no interest because this is the time to do it but speaker Nancy Pelosi says it may be more important to give workers and businesses more direct cash now has millions continue losing their jobs Andy field ABC news Washington speaker Pelosi also describe president trump's firing Friday night of intelligence community inspector general Michalak it's in a shameful he transmitted the whistle blower complaint to Congress president trump said he no longer has confidence in Atkinson you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the twenty twenty was open maybe heading to the west coast the golf tournament is scheduled for wing foot golf course New York from a June fifth may need to be rescheduled to the corona virus outbreak golf week is reporting that Torrey pines near San Diego and pebble beach northern California are being considered as alternate sites managers at bay area grocery stores are enforcing stricter rules during the corona virus pandemic most supermarkets are now banning the use of reusable bags to minimize any potential exposure to the virus signs are also posted reminding shoppers to observe social distancing and stand to carts away while in line San Francisco's being lit up to honor doctors nurses and technicians were on the front lines battling the corona virus outbreak on Wednesday nights this month S. of city hall will be a glowing blue to recognize healthcare workers on Thursday city hall will be lit in red white and blue to pay tribute to first responders for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information I am available on for from KVK traffic center five southbound Alcorn rest here a close for long term remodeling to the first of December work also underneath five five the garden highway and north and southbound five west el Camino Avenue off ramp eighty west down the antelope truck scales ramp closed and in the woodland area work on the shoulder and the slow lane eastbound state route sixteen at West Main street that goes on through the end of August probably in the high Sierra this weekend make sure you take your chains along with you state route eighty nine and for a closed.

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WHAS 840 AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark is Rhode Island confirms its first novel coronavirus case in the state the governor says we did not wake up today and just get started in our preparation Gina Raimondo says that patients in their forties and recently visited Italy France and Spain she says the person's family has self quarantine so the message is be careful and be vigilant but don't panic I know that we have a an excellent plan in place that's the national messages well from health secretary Alex ETS are on ABC's this week you said the federal government plans to ramp up testing that if anyone's tested for flu they also will be tested for novel coronavirus that is a key part of our our of our emergency supplementals I want to expand that kind of surveillance testing nationwide as soon as Congress gets is the money that'll be out there throughout the country delta has now joined American Airlines is suspending flights from New York to Milan delta says that will be in place until early may the state department advised Americans not to travel to Italy's hardest hit regions one day after Joe Biden's within South Carolina he talked about trying to carry that momentum into super Tuesday it's now a battle for the largest states in the largest number of delegates between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders my guess is that we have an excellent chance to win some of the largest states in this country in states all across this country because of the coalition that we're putting together because of the issues that we are talking about Joe Biden also feeling confident that we admits he has his work cut out for the weekend when most of the southern states were in contention include in Texas it's gonna be very hard to make up the ground in California but I think we can make up a lot of ground in California Derek Dennis ABC news grace says it will not accept asylum applications for a month Turkey's allowing migrants to begin crossing into Greece Turkey wants help from European allies amid rising military tensions in Syria you're listening to ABC news this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now convicted felons have lost the right to both make it back the Kentucky Senate has brought forward a proposal to restore voting rights for some felons who've completed their sentences the proposal would affect felons except those convicted of sex crimes treason violent crimes or crimes against children the measure goes to the house for consideration and the Kentucky house has voted to create a loan program for struggling rural hospitals the bill goes to the Senate more than a dozen hospitals are considered vulnerable to closure police arrested eighteen year old and Tonio Spurrier at the university of Illinois after they say he led a fifty five gallon garbage can on fire inside Miller hall dormitory Spurrier will be arraigned on Monday he was booked yesterday into metro corrections on first degree arson and first degree wanton endangerment charges I'm sandy Collins hurt.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News I'm Brian Clark about four hundred American passengers now have the option to leave the diamond princess cruise ship it's been anchored in quarantine off Japan with more than three hundred fifty coronavirus cases on board the American to choose to leave will fly back to the U. S. today on charter flights then be quarantined at military bases for fourteen days ABC's Maggie release in Yokohama with more many of the people on board we've spoken to are very frustrated about this they tell us they cannot believe they sat there twelve days of this quarantine they say was totally inefficient in the U. S. government perhaps should have stepped in earlier in the fact that they now have to redo it all over again they say is absurd in the US it's NASCAR's biggest day the Daytona five hundred this fans there for the first time and excited about another first time visitor like a lot of president and president trump and the First Lady and route to the race the president will serve as the grand marshal and give the start your engines command democratic challengers racing in Nevada head of the caucuses six days away billionaire businessman Tom Stiers looking first first finishing the race above six he was on ABC's this week it says he plans to challenge president trump's claims about economic improvement my background says my thirty years in business says I can show where he's lying which is every time he opens his mouth on the economy some other Democrats attacking each other former vice president Joe Biden speaking to a culinary union criticized Medicare for all proposals my plan allows you to keep what you've negotiated if you want to do and if you don't want you can buy cheap a state of emergency has been declared in Mississippi where the Pearl River is expected to flood in crest tonight at thirty eight feet governor Tate reeve speaking earlier today said know that if you do not heed our evacuation advice you're putting your life in danger you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK preparations are under way in Japan to evacuate Americans from a quarantine cruise ship near Tokyo NBC news correspondent Janis Mackey prayer has more on the process from the port a few comma everyone needs to be screened for symptoms before they can get on that flight only healthy people will be allowed to go if somebody is showing signs of symptoms they will remain here they will be tested for the virus and if necessary they will be hospitalized about four hundred Americans aboard the diamond princess are expected to take a charter flight back to the US buses are arriving at the port is Japanese health officials announced another seventy cases of the coronavirus on board the ship passengers cleared to board the flight to the U. S. will also spend another fourteen days in quarantine after arriving at Travis Air Force base here in California for more news listen to the daily diet the big news stories explains not shout it listen to the daily diet each day on the I heart radio apple or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm can't really not.

Brian Clark
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NewsRadio KFBK

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark uncertainty is the theme hours before president trump's impeachment trial gets under way in the Senate as the rules and procedures are largely up for debate house impeachment managers in White House defense staff worked late into the night preparing for what is only the third trial of an American president each side will be given twenty four hours for an opening argument but first the Senate needs to adopt the rules that will choreographed the trial and Democrats are expected to offer an amendment about witnesses senators are required to remain silent so house managers in the president's legal team could argue or the Senate could go into closed session before any talk of president trump's acquittal or removal Erin cater ski ABC news Washington president trump's lawyers in a one hundred ten page brief argue the process is violated every president the president's not in Washington he's in Switzerland the World Economic Forum in Davos ABC's cure Phillips is there and says it might not be completely smooth sailing they're also could be some uncomfortable moments here in Davos he has clashed before with on the Lamar called the German chancellor also the Finnish prime minister when talking about global climate change he did announce that he would withdraw from the Paris climate accord and then also we know about gratitude Berg the seventeen year old climate activists who the president has mocked on social media she is going to be here as well climate change of topic for senator Bernie Sanders in Iowa and a vice news forum less than two weeks from the Caucasus climate change is an existential threat to the entire planet courtesy of vice news Sanders also apologize Joe Biden after one of the server gets in an op ed said Biden had a corruption problem Sander said that's not his view murder trial begins today for a man accused of fatally stabbing to man and injuring a third on a light rail in Portland Oregon in twenty seventeen prosecutors say was directing racist and anti Muslim slurs it to women before the attack you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California voters may not see Michael Bloomberg's finances until after super Tuesday the presidential hopeful and former New York City mayor is the only Democrat who has yet to file paperwork to publicly disclose his investments and income his attorney said Bloomberg needed more time to gather and review his information the state's largest utility is being find another forty five million dollars for lying on safety records the fines are because P. Jeannie admitted its crew said they had marked underground gas as power lines within the two day time frame but were repeatedly late P. Jeannie has twenty days to accept the new punishment or appeal a new poll of California voters find a near three way tie just a couple of weeks before mail voting begins for the democratic presidential primary senator Bernie Sanders jumps ahead with twenty seven percent in the public policy institute of California poll Joe Biden maintains twenty four percent while senator Elizabeth Warren holds twenty three percent that's the news I became a goddess south of elk Grove southbound ninety nine you can expect alternating lane closures overnight from the grant line road over crossing to Dillard wrote over crossing because of work being done on the shoulder five five the off ramps both directions to west El Camino look for one of the two lanes to be closed because of utility work at work is expected to continue through the end of the month utility work will also have one of two lanes closed in the same area along garden highway until the end of the month traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one.

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"brian clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You can get them from ABC news I'm Brian Clark impeachment hearings continuing right now in the house with the former special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker testifying in telling the house intelligence committee he was unaware that US military aid to Ukraine had any possible connection to the Ukrainian president opening a corruption investigation I did not know of any linkage between the hold on security assistance and Ukraine pursuing investigations no one ever said that to me and I never conveyed such a linkage to the Ukrainians he's testifying alongside former National Security Council official Tim Morrison who said he will not stray from testimony he already gave behind closed doors but he did point out what he knows about the whistleblower who first reported the president's July phone call I do not know who the whistle blower is nor do I intend to speculate as to who the individual may be earlier the committee heard testimony from lieutenant colonel Alexander vin and Jennifer Williams a foreign service official who works in the office of the vice president president trump was asked about today's proceedings of the White House he said president harassment to our nation and in the meantime we can't get you S. M. C. A. approved because dance you policy is grossly incompetent for into a trade deal with Mexico and Canada two federal jail workers have pleaded not guilty there were charged with crimes today standing for the death of Jeffrey FC in the hours preceding is August suicide Jeffrey Epstein was left unsupervised two correctional officers told a Noel and Michael Thomas we're supposed to make the rounds at MCC Manhattan but did not and federal prosecutors said they doctor the log books to make it look like they had according to court records no old admitted to a supervisor we did not complete the three AM nor five AM rounds and Thomas said we messed up the bureau of prisons said allegations of misconduct are taken seriously and will be responded to appropriately Aron Kader ski ABC news New York on Wall Street today the Dow lost a hundred two points your listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Burnett easier to to what your top local stories Californians in the northern part of the state are preparing for another power shut off P. genies Paul Marino says the play they plan to turn off the lights for hundreds of thousands of customers in twenty five counties Reno says there's been little rain none at all during the month of October for much of the northern part of the state primarily the photo area you but you to him Shasta county in the deer is our high fire threat areas are generally a little the foothill community Moreno said says couple the lack of moisture with warm temperatures and that's a recipe for disaster so they're taking precautions by de energizing power lines the genie is trying out of technology that could potentially help reduce the need for public safety power shut off at the utility San Ramon plant engineers are testing a system that would be energize a fallen power line that comes in contact with trees or the ground if successful the technology that's already being piloted in Australia could be used to route P. Jeannie system in the coming years the goal is to scale down expanse of power shut offs in future high wind situations and fifty people were arrested and dozens of guns seized in a law enforcement operation announced this morning in Stockton the sweep targeting the nor tango street gang state Attorney General have your beset by Serra announced the gang members are suspected of a variety of crimes in Stockton the defendants could face charges including attempted murder robbery drug distribution and multiple weapons violations traffic.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Brian Clark tariffs on Mexican imports will not take effect Monday as we're learning details about the deal refilling the two countries on immigration Mexico's foreign minister in the US State Department separately, announcing details of a deal that would hold off President Trump's five percent tariffs Mexico is agreed to increase security on its southern border, including sending its national guard to stem the flow of Central American migrants passing through Mexico and toward the US border Mexico also agreed. It would house migrants seeking asylum in the US, while their cases, are pending, Mark Remillard, ABC news finance ministers from the g twenty nations are meeting in Japan and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he plans to meet one on one with the minister of China's central Bank trade tensions between the US and China that larger groups also discussing issues, like taxing online businesses such as Facebook and Amazon secretary Mnuchin said any tax reforms should treat tech businesses fairly, if we're going to look at this challenge. We need a fair and consistent basis across a business. Another weekend of democratic presidential hopefuls hitting the campaign trail eight of them will seek the capital city pride meet the candidates for them in Des. Moines, iowa. Meanwhile, the escalating fight over abortion is become a larger issue with former vice president Biden's, new position on using federal money for abortions in the spotlight. More on that, from ABC's, Mary, Bruce, on Wednesday Biden's campaign insisted he still supported the measure, but then came the pushback from his campaign rivals less than twenty four hours later, Biden declared his position had changed. He says he no longer supports the Hyde amendment, because growing number of states are passing laws limiting access to abortions, a Texas hiker missing since June. I have been found alive and Arkansas. Josh McClatchy said, it'd be in good spirits, but dehydrated. You're listening to ABC news. Hey, it's dumped from Vanezis. I'm here to tell you about our cauliflower across pizza, just because you wanna be carp. Conscious doesn't mean you can't enjoy some great pizza financiers.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Brian Clark, President Trump tweets he does hold North Korea responsible for the mistreatment and eventual death of warm beer that statement comes after warm beers. Parents wrote a letter following look like a defense by the president of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong UN Otto, warmbier parents, writing Kim and his evil regime are responsible for the death of our son. Otto, no excuses or lavish praise can change that President Trump had previously held the warriors death as an example of the ruthlessness of the North Korean leader, Richard Otto, warmbier ultimately leading to that fine. Young man's death. Following the second summit with Kim Jong-Un, President Trump shocked many by saying that he takes the dictator at his word that he wasn't involved in the conditions that led to warmbier staff. Lana Zak ABC news. The White House. President Trump tweets is earlier comments were misinterpreted. The NTSB says it's recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the downed atlas cargo jet off the coast of. Texas three people were on board that plane. They were killed the recorder headed for a lab in Washington DC, Canada's says it will allow US extradition case against Chinese wall way executive mum want Joe to proceed she's facing fraud charges in the US for allegedly violating sanctions against Iran. Nasr's ready for launch SpaceX scheduled to debut a new dragon capsule designed for astronauts from Anassa perspective. We're really wanting to see the on-orbit performance how the systems are going to be working together. The key obviously avionics docking making sure common telemetry with international space station and the ground is is working properly. That's Kathy Luder the manager of NASA's commercial crew program. She says it's as much a test of the people involved as it is of the new capsule it launches in the overnight hours. Stocks closed the week higher on Wall Street. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.

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