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Miami-Dade County Election Results, Trump Wins Florida
"Trump snagged Florida's coveted 29 electoral votes, Senator Rick Scott tells NBC news. This is due to his position on the issues important to residents prints on the right side of the issues for Florida. We don't want taxes go up. We want some. It's going to stand up against the cast regime and Maduro. We want somebody that is going to focus our long economy. There was things that Florida authorities care about. Carlos Jimenez is claiming victory in his congressional race. Today was a rejection of extremism. Today It was a rejection of partisanship. Today was a rejection of socialism and oh, and the evils of socialism and communism. He beat out. Congresswoman Debbie knew Carcel Powell. Maria virus sounds are defeats incumbent Donna Shalala and race for Miami Dade District 27 Congressional seat re elected for a third term for Florida's 13th Congressional District. Democratic incumbent U. S representative Charlie Crist defeated Republican challenger Anna Paulina Luna. Chris says he believes it's because he's a good listener. My dad. You know, I would say he was a family doctor. He raised my three sisters in May and would always tell us. You know, God gave you two years in one mouth, respect his ratio. Try to listen twice as much as you talk. Because I'm a literally It's my title and my job. Representative Chris says he's planning to be out at 7 A.m. weaving a sign a 22nd Avenue and fourth Street North, thanking those who voted for him. Four Indians have passed Amendment one changing the state Constitution to allow on ly citizens to vote instead of every citizen. They've also passed Amendment to which will gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2026 Republican Matt Gates wins reelection to US House in Florida's first congressional district And Democrat Demi Wasserman Schultz wins reelection to US House in Florida's 23rd Congressional district with Florida's
Appeals Court Allowing Miami-Dade To Resume Enforcing Curfew Until Case Is Settled
"In favor of the Miami Dade County government. An appeals court judge has ruled the county can re impose its overnight curfew as a challenge is a lower court ruling. County Mayor Carlos Jimenez says the midnight to 6 A.m. curfew is needed to keep the Corona virus in check. And the curfew goes into effect again. 10 night. Well,
Bars in Miami-Dade may reopen sooner if COVID numbers continue to decline
"Bars may be allowed to reopen after initially saying they're going to remain shuttered. Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez is now saying larger bars may be able to get back in business. If they're being served Drinks out of table. It's really no different than a restaurant, but then you know we don't want the music to be logged. Want to make sure that you can talk without having to yell at each other? Broward's mayor wants to keep Bar's closed with
Miami-Dade To Move Curfew To 11 PM Beginning Next Monday
"Out an extra hour later come Monday. Mayor Carlos Jimenez is moving the 10 PM curfew to 11. PM after meeting with medical experts about the county's downward trajectory of covert 19 cases. Also starting next Monday, September 14th you alarm or outdoor activities under strict guidelines. This includes opening up zoo Miami, another outdoor spaces like Jungle Island, The indoor exhibits will remain closed along with movie theaters and banquet holes. Miami Dade Parks will remain open with lighting until 10 PM for sports like baseball and softball, so longest people wear masks and maintain social distancing. Anyone attending the University of Miami football game tomorrow night can drive home after 10 PM, so long as they have their game ticket with them. The governor standing behind his
Beefed Up Police Presence In Miami-Dade This Labor Day Weekend
"Eyes and ears will be on land and sea in Miami Dade County for the Labor Day weekend. Expect a beefed up police President's Mayor Carlos Jimenez, who's adding extra officers in beach ambassadors to the streets and sand to ensure people are following all the new normal rules and regulations. INS we have finds Countywide failed to follow the new normal rules $100 for individuals, $500 for businesses and businesses that don't follow the rules will and can be shut down. He says. They're cracking down on violators because they don't want to see a spike in virus cases like they did after Memorial Day when hospitals were packed
Miami Hurricanes To Allow Social Distancing Fans Attend Home Opener At Hard Rock Stadium
"Looks like South Florida football fans will be able to attend games in person the season. I'm Peter King. There is no uniform attendance policy for the NFL or college football. It's up to local officials. Miami Herald reports that hard Rock stadium will be open for up to 13,000 socially distance fans for dolphins and University of Miami Hurricanes games at least next month. Stadium normally holds more than 65,000 people. There will be restrictions, no tailgating mandatory masks when fans already eating or drinking stadiums. Restrooms have also been upgraded to include touchless faucets and flushing as well where Carlos Jimenez says they're ready.
Florida breaks COVID-19 fatality record with 277 deaths; hospitalizations drop in Miami-Dade
"The wisdom of opening schools during the covert pandemic, Lord marks another grim milestone. Florida markets deadliest day yet 277 lives. Lost cases are declining in 23 states. But there's also concern about the potential for spread in schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, at least 925 students and staff or quarantine after 60 people tested positive. That's a B C's Marcus Moore, Miami Dade's mayor, sharing what he calls encouraging news about this pandemic here, Carlos Jimenez said the number of people being hospitalized for covert 19 is down again to just over 1600. Overall, the county's had over 135,000 cases and over 1900 deaths. Meanwhile,
Florida teachers union sues Miami mayor, state officials over schools’ ‘reckless, unsafe reopening’
"The mayor of Miami Dade County. Among those targeted by the state's largest teachers Union of Florida Education Association yesterday sued Mayor Carlos Jimenez, the governor and others over plans to reopen schools next month. The lawsuit, filed in Miami says reopening schools is illegal because the state constitutional calls for schools to be safe and secure. Local teacher says If he's forced to return to the classroom, you'll quit.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wilson reports of protesters gathered at the Multnomah County Justice Center and the federal courthouse downtown. Demonstrators carried signs that read Black lives matter and chanted out of your houses and into the streets. After protesters dismantle defense around the federal courthouse, Federal officers emerge and started to drive protesters away using tear gas and other crowd control devices such as batons. Second group of demonstrators gathered outside the Portland Police Association building in north Portland. Around 11 PM, Protesters broke in and set fire to the building, according to police was quickly extinguished. The large and diverse crowd made one thing clear. Increased actions by federal law enforcement in the past week have only brought more people into this, Fritz. NPR News. I'm Comrade Wilson in Portland, State and local officials are clashing with the Trump Administration of the activities of those federal officers Organs Attorney general is seeking a court order to stop them from arresting people in Portland. According to data released this weekend by the World Health Organization to Corona virus. Infections around the globe total nearly 260,000 over a 24 hour period. Another single day record. The increase was led by the U. S. With more than 70,000 new cases reported the some belt has been a hot spot for new cases and as infection surge in the region. There is concern about the capacity of hospital's intensive care units in Florida, Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez Is seeking to reassure the public that patients will have accessed. I see youse I talked to the to the The CEOs of all the hospital system here on day haven't said. They can't handle it. They can Helen and we expect to be able to handle it as US struggles to keep up with testing amid a surgeon New Corona virus cases a faster approach to diagnosing Mohr. People is on the way. NPR's Amy held reports, federal officials have given the green light of pooled testing already being used abroad. The FDA has granted an emergency use authorization to quest diagnostics for testing pulled samples. So instead of testing each swabs specimen. One tests covers a batch of up to four at once. If the pool's negative testing moves on, if positive. Each sample is then tested individually. It allows more tests to be run at a time with faster results and fewer testing supplies, swab shortages and other supply chain issues have played to the U. S testing response. Recent backlogs at labs have meant some people are waiting a week or more for their results in some cases after the infectious period is over. Experts say the pooling method works best in areas with lower infection rates. Amy held NPR news and this is NPR news. Live from Kait. Edie News. I'm Queen Achim. Over 100 people incarcerated at the Santa Rita Jail tested positive for covert 19 this week. That's according to Alameda County Sheriff's officials. An attorney for the department says inmates were likely exposed in the kitchen area and says there are violations of the mandatory mask policy at the facility. Who's a Bernal from the nonprofit Ella Baker Center, says the jail is notorious for its unsanitary conditions and says those awaiting pretrial should be released immediately. We're talking about 1500% increase in the matter of 48 hours. That doesn't just happen without negligence. This is a very highly dangerous Dale and the pandemic on Lee exasperates everything. Sheriff's officials says that inmates who have tested positive are largely asymptomatic and are being held apart from each other. A state senator wants the FBI to look into the fatal shooting of 22 year old Sean Monterroso by Filet O police and the destruction of evidence related to the case is Julie Chang reports. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for an FBI investigation into Monterroso case Friday. Shortly after state Senator Bill Dodd joined her dot whose district includes Solano County, says he also wants an independent investigation into the destruction of the windshield through which an officer shot and killed Marta Rocha was just had so many problems in this regard over the years and transparency, particularly at this time is really critical, and we've just got to make sure that this investigation is done right well. State Attorney General Javier Becerra has declined to investigate the shooting. Sarah announced Friday that his office will look into the disposal of the windshield Monterroso with shot and killed last month at a Walgreens parking lot. When police were responding to alluding call, Police said. They thought mantra that had a gun. Ah Hammer was found in a stock it I'm Julie Chang. The news And in Berkeley. I'm Queen A Kim. And this is the news support comes from personal capital, offering instant access to financial tools and advice from home personal capital dot com. Support for NPR comes from the Kreskin Foundation, expanding opportunities in America's cities through grant making and social investing more at dot or GQ and the listeners of cake. This's weekend edition from NPR News, Louie Garcia Navarro. Good morning and thanks for joining us today. Police in Portland, Oregon, declared the ongoing protests. They're a riot overnight after the Portland Police Association building was set on fire and exits to government buildings were blocked. Police told protesters they would risk being arrested if they did not clear the streets. For more than 50 nights. Hundreds have been gathering in the city's downtown to protest racial inequality and police brutality. Last week, federal agents dressed in camouflage and tactical gear took to the streets, unleashing tear gas meeting protesters bloody and pulling people in tow, unmarked fans. The state of Oregon is now suing several federal agencies, citing civil rights violations. Portland's mayor, Ted Wheeler, called the actions and attack on democracy and has demanded that the Trump Administration remove the federal agents from his city. I asked him if he's heard back. The only response has been from the interim secretary of Homeland security, and he's basically told us to stuff it. The problem were experiencing here is we haven't already heightened situation. It's already tense. But after nearly five weeks of demonstrations were starting to see that small handful of people who are engaged in criminal activity. It was dissipating. It was coming down. We believed a week ago it would be over by this weekend. What happened instead is. The feds stepped in with a very heavy handed approach, and it blew the lid off the whole thing. Mayor Acting's Homeland Security Deputy secretary Ken Cuccinelli spoke to NPR Friday night and he said that you quote hold back. You're law enforcement. Preventing them from using certain non lethal tactics. He cited 49 straight days of violence and destruction as justification for deploying federal agents are those accurate descriptions of your actions and what's unfolding on the streets of your city? You know again, it's rhetoric. It's the kind of escalating rhetoric we've seen from Donald Trump and the White House and he sent in the troops. Despite.
Miami-Dade County posts massive 26% positivity rate
"A spike in new cases 12,000 Today 15,000 yesterday is due to more testing, but the mayor of hard hit Miami Dade County, Carlos Jimenez, Says that South Florida's seeing more and more positive cases, the positivity right here in Miami Dade County now is over 25%. We are we have taken some measures. We've instituted new rules and regulations. We've instituted a curfew to try to drive down the level the positivity rate down. The World Health
Miami-Dade Commission Approves Independent Civilian Panel For Police Oversight
"Another step toward police reform in Miami Dade County Commissioner is a proven independent civilian panel for police oversight. The panel would not have subpoena power over officers but would have that power over other staffers. Funding is still up in the air dude, a covert budget shortfalls. The commission voted to have the issue on the November ballot. Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez may veto the
Miami shuts down indoor dining as virus cases rise
"Major tweaks for Miami Dade's executive order that goes into effect tomorrow. Rolling back reopening Jim's will get the green light. Mayor Carlos Jimenez confirming fitness centers will be allowed to stay open so long as people are wearing masks the entire time they're there and working out, he says. Restaurants will not be allowed to offer indoor dining, but they can off For takeout delivery and outdoor seating. There's no way that you can eat without taking the mask off, and the problem is that we now know this is airborne. We know we have a large number of people are infected here in Miami Dade and the likelihood of somebody close to being infected with the 19 much higher now vacation. Reynolds, banquet halls and other party venues will be shut down Miami Dade's mask mandate and 10 p.m. to 6 p.m. curfew will remain in place until further notice.
Miami-Dade shuts down indoor dining as coronavirus cases surge
"Outdoor dining. Take out our delivery and Miami Dade for some time to come. The county is rolling back on re openings effective tomorrow. Mayor Carlos Jimenez is signing an executive orders shutting down restaurants, gyms, ballrooms, banquet halls and short term rentals. Commissioner Danielle Levine Cava thinks the county reopen too early without enough testing or contact, tracing and played. Is the virus has spread because of the lack of people taking personal responsibility, as well as our inability to camp down whenever there is an area that county beaches are still allowed to reopen today, the 10 p.m. to 6 p.m. curfew, though, remains in effect until further notice. When did
Miami shuts down indoor dining and gyms as virus cases rise
"In response to the surges, Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Jimenez Yesterday ordered closed indoor dining at restaurants, gyms and vacation rentals seven weeks after they reopened.
Miami-Dade to shut down restaurants again as Florida's Covid-19 hospitalizations surge
"Back some re opening as Corona virus continues spiking their Carlos Jimenez signing an executive order saying effective Wednesday. Indoor dining. Jim's party venues and short term rentals will be shut down to try and stop the spread of covert 19. Commissioner Jo Martinez says the changes come as people began letting their virus guards down of the restrictions. They're tired of everything that's going on. I think that may have an effect on Miami Dade beaches air set to reopen tomorrow after the holiday. A weekend in the 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew will remain in effect until further notice When D. Grossman
Miami Reverses Course on Reopening
"With coronavirus cases surging in Florida right now. The Mayor of Miami Dade County is expected to issue an emergency order that will roll back at least some business reopenings, and perhaps including in person dining restaurants mayor Carlos Jimenez is joining us right now. Mayor, thank you so much for joining us Can you give us a preview of what you're expected to do in the in the coming hours? We're we're going to be closing some of the businesses that opened sometime around the beginning of June because we saw a huge spike, and in young cases in the young people becoming positive are on June fourteenth, so we went back a couple of weeks. And around May thirty-first, we issued orders to allow of the gyms, etc, those kind of facilities to open up also took away some restrictions on the operating hours of restaurants at the same time, and around the same time. Obviously, we had some protests here, and so all of those things put together kind of lead us to believe that the young people especially when he took curtail the social activities, the people because that's. That's where our problem started with people, and then transmitting it to their parents and grandparents to where now we've had a doubling of people in in the hospital with Covid Nineteen, we have doubling people in ICU. See You and a doubling of people in ventilators, and my concern is that we're going to reach the capacity or medical capacity here in Miami Dade, and that's something I do not want to get to. It's so so worrisome. In fact, we did some checking mayor in the past two weeks. As you know better than anyone hospitalizations in your county of increased by eight percent, the number of ICU beds, being used increased by one hundred and fourteen percent, so I I'm wondering why you waited until after the busy holiday weekend to roll back some of these reopenings. Well. One of the first thing I did I mean before the holiday weekend winced a curfew again. That's that's in order to curtail some of this social activity that we've been seeing. Around town, a young people getting together either using restaurants as quasi bars after hours or actually getting together and homes. And maybe banquet halls, and all that so banquet halls all those things that are going to be closed before the holiday season also I holly how you know the the last holiday weekend closed all the beaches because we felt that it was going to be a surge there, and we also close a lot of casinos and casinos movie theaters bowling alleys. All things ever closed before the weekend. Weekend this is the next step going into into trying to tamp down the rate of infection here minded and people don't necessarily realize or appreciate that over the weekend Florida we reported more cases in the single day than New York did at its peak back in April. I guess I'm wondering why. The governor disentis continues to say this is simply the result of doing more testing is wrong. No look, the more testing you do, the more people you're going to see is gonna come up positive because we did a medical study here in Miami Dade two months ago that we knew over two hundred thousand people had already tested positive if we took the positive rate. That that we put that out. Two hundred thousand people had tested positive for the antibody, so the official number that you see especially Miami Dade. We have about forty thousand way undercounted his body by factor of ten. I expect the same thing in the state of Florida. So the more testing you do, the more people you're gonNA. Find the habit our problem isn't. Isn't so much the number as it is the percentage, and so we were testing at about an eight percent positive rate of the numbers of the tests that were being conducted. Now we're over twenty percent. That's the real issue, and then when you correlate that with the increase in the hospitalizations, then you know you have an uptick and and the infection rate. Rate here in Miami Dade, county. We need to bring that down below ten percent, so we have to rollback some of the things that we did our problem, too, is that a lot of people didn't take personal responsibility? They didn't wear their masks. They didn't wear their mass outdoors when there were within six feet, and so those rules have been in place since. Since mid April and unfortunately a lot of our young people are not complying with those rules or getting together there partying and they're not wearing the masks, and and this in this contagion really took off with that young, that young demographic, eighteen, thirty, four, thirty, five to forty five age group. They just shot up and now Zina's also that and I. It's so hard to thousands of lives will be saved if people just wear the mass wash their hands engage in social, distancing lives will be saved. These are simple things to do, but so many people are simply not doing in an awful to see them out of the street behaving the way they are a mayor. A good luck to everyone in Miami. Dade appreciate it very much joining us.
Miami-Dade restaurants, gyms closing again under new order targeting COVID surge
"Miami Dade County, The mayor today ordered another rollback of business openings as the area tries to tamp down a surge of covert 19 cases. NPR's Greg Allen reports, restaurants are being closed all the takeout and delivery. Miami Dade County has seen nearly 50,000 quarter virus cases nearly 1/4 of Florida's total. Like the rest of the state, there's been a significant increase in cases since mid June. The biggest spike is among 18 to 34 year olds. Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez says medical experts attributed to people going too congested places and ignoring guidelines on face coverings and social distancing. Now, he meant is announcing a new emergency order that closes restaurants all but takeout and delivery. It also closes gyms and halt short term rentals. Beaches, which were closed in Miami Dade will reopen Tuesday, and the county is allowing outdoor activities, including summer camps to go forward with capacity limits, social distancing and face coverings required. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami A new kind
Miami-Dade Closing Down Restaurant Dining Rooms, Gyms, Party Venues, As Coronavirus Cases Rise
"Florida's The state wrestles with the Corona virus. I'm Peter King, with a spike in cases, especially high at 18 to 34 year old Miami Dade. Carlos Jimenez has ordered restaurant dining rooms, party venues, fitness centers, gyms and short term rentals to be shut down, effective Wednesday, he says. People in the 18 to 34 group have not been social distancing. You're wearing facemasks, many of them attending large parties as if there were no pandemic. The Treasury
Miami-Dade mayor encourages residents to celebrate July 4 at home to prevent spread of coronavirus
"Besides no beaches, Miami Dade Candy will have no parades or firework shows to prevent people from gathering. A large groups with a Corona virus can spread. We should all try to celebrate. Our nation's most important holiday with our families, and there are ways you can do it safely. Mayor Carlos Jimenez says his county needs the closures as well as a curfew and mask order to keep people safe
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Miami Dade County has put new restrictions in place on how people should enter act in public mayor Carlos Jimenez signed an executive order Friday morning reminding all essential businesses that are still open to institute social distancing throughout their stores and work sites he says all pick up and take out areas employee break rooms and common use areas should have marked spaces to remind people to keep six feet away
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Politics Miami Dade mayor Carlos Jimenez says he is running for Congress in district twenty six of it's expected to be a fierce race for Jimenez as he tries to unseat freshman congresswoman W. Kersal Powell men as announced his bid with a brand new Twitter account and a link to a donation site it's coming up on five oh to impeachment trial continues on Capitol Hill on the Senate floor this hour seven trial managers taking turns detailing Democrats impeachment case against president trump lead manager Adam Schiff says president trump pressured Ukraine's newly elected leader to launch an investigation into political Joe Biden and a son hunter in exchange for releasing military aid for Ukraine in a meeting at the White House the only thing that mattered was the public announcement as this note says within Astrid get Zielinski to announce that the buy in case will be investigated president trump's legal team will get equal time after Democrats finish presenting their case and each side has twenty four hours over the course of three days each to lay out their presentations president trump's attorneys along with GOP senator and trump supporter Lindsey Graham saying so far they haven't heard anything that warrants impeachment special coverage on today's events coming up tonight at seven right here on news radio six ten W. Y. O. D. well as two of the most powerful man in the country you're in the sunshine state are having a tough time escaping the headlines out of Washington fresh off his visit with Venezuelan opposition leader one why does secretary state Mike Pompeii spending his day in Florida first attending a round table with the governor in Miami focusing on South America and the Caribbean this afternoon a Bushnell he's laying out the administration's vision for foreign policy but I'll put it all aside of call to the impeachment trial I have said all along that it said legally required testified to that prison compass always make clear to everyone is team though always comply with every legal requirement the president will avoid tough questioning this evening when he addresses Republican National Committee members meeting at trump national Doral Eric writer guess news radio six ten WYO D. like Bloomberg is bringing his presidential campaign to Evan Turner up on Sunday the former New York City mayor planning to launch his nation wide outreach effort called United for Mike he's hoping to rally support among Jewish Americans across the country the bad sets take place the Evan Turek Turnberry a Jewish center three people are in custody following a police pursuit through Broward county making its way along sunrise Boulevard to university drive for one person bail from moving pick up which continues on to hi five ninety five suspect driver exited at four forty one south bound where police conducted a pit bull over outside a Wells Fargo bank you can see that wild video we have it posted for you at W. I. O. D. dot com five oh for investors taking hard looks a quarterly earnings reports as they try to get a read on the US economy stocks finished mixed today let's get the details from Bloomberg in.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"With wild animals and a Polk County man faces felony charges of animal cruelty detectives say they got tips several dogs and puppies in a winter haven man's backyard were injured or malnourished they found one dog skin had grown around the chain on its neck one puppy was found dead another had to be euthanized it needed surgery the dog and pops were flea infested and have no food or water fifty one year old Fernandez Gunter faces felony animal cruelty charges the two living puppies have been adopted the adults will soon be available I'm Mike Stevens and the Superbowl happens in South Florida three weeks from today meanwhile the twenty twenty python bowl began this weekend the giants makes might not feast on the Miami Dolphins the Miami Dade mayor Carlos Jimenez says the invasive species has done a number on the Everglades these pythons can even take on bears and hold dear so there very very destructive species that we need to you know reduce our numbers as much as possible I'm not sure that we can eliminate it but reduce the numbers as much as possible about five hundred and fifty people have already registered to take part in the event which runs through next Sunday and Tampa police officer shot an unnamed man earlier today they say their response to reports of gunfire and found a man with a gun they say the man threatened them with the weapon before they shot him and candidates for the Florida Supreme Court interview today with the commission noble recommend finalists to governor Rhonda santus he has two vacancies to fill created with justice is left for jobs on a federal appeals court with Florida's news I'm Sean fair you've got all kinds of us all like get.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Folks have photographs and evidence and things like this and some of these third world countries heck they're coming across with cell phones most of these folks so it's not like the completely without modern conveniences but i mean what jeff sessions was saying when they when they crack down on this was we had all sorts of people coming across saying oh i'm a victim of gang violence and so let me in the obama administration has let them in and they were living in well they were letting in people like this guy let me tell you about one carlos jimenez cassette is thirty seven years old he came across the border came across the border without going through a checkpoint we had no idea who he was he's now facing two first degree murder charges in the deaths of an farren age fortyone and needy rochet h thirty nine after investigators use dna evidence to connect him to both killings and now he has confessed to killing two prostitutes and dumping their bodies on the streets of miami we'll feel you're trying to act like that's all illegal aliens no i'm not i'm telling you can you look at to illegal aliens and just let me put let me put a lineup of illegal aliens for you you stand on the other side of the glass and you tell me which are the good ones in which of the bad ones well he looks good i don't know you don't know this is why we have border checkpoints this is why we have customs agents checking peoples credentials and why you come through lawfully it's why when you come back from a foreign country into your own country you can't get back into your own country until you've gone through the customs checkpoint and shown your passport do you want us to just let everybody off the plane let them know catcher cam will you wouldn't dream of that because you're gonna what we don't know even though they had they had their passports check before they got on the plane and the country of origin we still don't let them into this country or any other country let them into their country until they go through the checkpoint they ask him questions what are you doing in a country where you going what are your plans where you staying all this kind of stuff they asking these questions now me when i travel i have no idea where i'm staying and i used to just put down a hotel and now i've just given up on them.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is that six have have died ten injured to very critically as as of this moment not immediately clear why the bridge collapsed miami dade mayor carlos jimenez said employs were conducting a stress test on the unfinished and vulnerable bridge it had just been moved into place with a lot of fanfare over the weekend florida senator marco rubio tweeted the cables that suspend the miami bridge had loosened and the engineering firm ordered that they be tightened they were being tightened when it collapsed today so obviously a lot more to understand what is going on and of course our hearts are with those families in that area i mean you could hear just from the response and and the people's report on this you know what what a heartbreak which is taken place unbelievable the controversy over immigration continues in our country and what we're hearing is that angel families are really taking aim at the oakland mayor there we have have had maria espinosa on many times and she's due to come on next week and we're gonna talk more about this angel families or the families who who have lost children to illegal immigrants who have been in the country and this is taking place in just about every state in our nation and the whole controversy of sanctuary cities and with president trump just having gone to california really brought light once again as he went to the border wall to take a look at some you know some walls you know some walls that were on display some ideas of what the government is looking at once they get their twenty five twenty billion dollars to construct a you know a wall where it's appropriate to cover you know the border of the united states between the united states and mexico but much discussion about the oakland mayor and what she is done and you know the the people that she's put in danger the communities because when you release know criminals into the body politic in the communities now the whole community is risk as opposed to having them be arrested there while they earn car serrated just doesn't make sense whatsoever and the pushback is starting to come back very aggressively including by the attorney general jeff sessions frustrated trying to get business capital want to take the slow process and rejection out of the.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on WRVA
"Terrible terrible situation so we don't know at this point how many deaths alex stone from abc news just said he's gotten a up a note from the mayor of miami who said one confirmed death other reports channel seven out of miami says that there are multiple deaths were being told that governor rick scott and senator marco rubio are on their way to the f i u campus and i'm just looking at some of the some of the images here it's horrific it really it reminds me very much of an earthquake and what you can see is whether any number of cars that are squashed i mean what other way can i describe it they're just smashed this bridge nine hundred and fifty tons that's what the bridge weighed nine hundred and fifty tons came crashing down on the cars that were traveling there again eight lanes on that particular stretch of roadway and i'm looking i can see one that appears to be a jeep of some sort carlos jimenez who is the mayor of miami says oh he's he's he's grieving like everybody else one confirmed death governor scott as i said on his way to the scene senator rubio on his way to the scene there's a whole stretch of the road that is blocked off in either direction for i guess about a mile either side of that bridge now there were no pedestrians on the bridge it was not actually open to strean traffic as of.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Cyber risks denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia right let's get a check now of global unease we are close tracking harry can emma will get it i have to ed baxter in the bloomberg 960 san francisco from ed yet juliette thank you hurricane arman are moving through florida at this hour still too early to get an accurate damage and casually estimate this event is anything but all over estimates are three point four million homes and businesses will be without power before erma is through so far bloomberg reports there are two million homes and businesses dark die miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez threefourths of miami dade county is now without power these impacts are expected to continue through the early hours of monday the of biggest evacuation and dade county history it will be weeks not days before electricity is fully restored in some areas of florida curfew would affect until seven eight a moral morning even rescue workers workers standing by to help can't get out to do so pared back no way anybody can be outside right now you would not be banned or walk and out on the women when the right now now rescue worker maggie house and key haven there are thousands of workers ready to move in though we have a reporter down in the grip or financial district near the bloomberg offer coogan and where with menu managers are are very an sri great become a raging river hiring is very impressive burst gary bloomberg miami bureau chief jonathan levin parts of miami or like salt water rivers florida governor rick scott says a surges are of grave concern for some areas even after the storm has weakened the category or his paths the storm surge can be can depending on how the the winter company.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The credit reporting company holds a policy that would probably cover about one hundred two one hundred fifty million dollars with cost shared by the carriers in the london market and elsewhere the cost effects for the july breach may not be known for years but given that it's being described as one of the biggest tax in history it could be multiples higher than that no comment from barclays it is said to be the lead insurer for akwa facts after expanding offerings to protect clients against cyber risks denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia now john is moving towards joining friends in the you can phasing out fossilfuel vehicles more from bloomberg's betty lu shingle on being at china's vice minister of industry and technology says the government is working with regulators on a timetable to end production and sales of fossil fuel vehicles an executive at cheiry ireland says it could be decades before a complete chinese ban is in place but the move is still likely to rest sales of electric unplugging vehicles warren buffett back to be why d is currently the biggest seller in china followed by the ev division of be a i see that he loo bloomberg daybreak asia seven minutes past the hour hurricane erma dr batra has all the latest from the san francisco 960 news yeah brian estimates are three point four million homes businesses will be without power before erma is through so far bloomberg reports that two million homes and businesses are dark miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez threefourths of miami dade county is now without power these impacts are expected to continue through the url our as of monday yeah not many people though in of the downtown area miami for example biggest evacuation in dade history it will be weeks not days before electrcity is fully restored in some areas curfew in effect until seven am tomorrow morning for the miami area even rescue workers workers stand by to help can't get out yet pared back no way anybody can be outside right now you would not be banned or walk window right now now rescue worker maggie house and key haven there are thousands of workers ready to move in parts of miami or like salt water rivers bloomberg biamby bureau chief jonathan eleven we have a reporter down in the brick wall financial district near the bloomberg offer coogan and.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Churning toward the coast storm rip your the caribbean living flattened landscape in its wake in it's now on the north side of cuba as irma inches closer to south florida more than five million people have been told to flee the coast but our colleague luis garcia navarro who's to weaken addition sunday is there in miami good morning lou good morning so how's the weather yeah well it's a little that gusty were starting to feel like something's coming our way and it's actually the fear of the weather as you can imagine scott that has been racking my any at yesterday people were frantically trying to board of their businesses and homes that you know at one home depot we saw an actual exert of borrowings the police trying to keep people orderly they were guarding the store like it was key infrastructure this benson big problems that we saw at shelters here in miami dade county as you will recall some six hundred fifty thousand people just in this area under mandatory evacuation orders i we visited a shelter two days ago and it was pretty full and then yesterday it wasn't accepting any more people and there we met host at betis who had been to several shelters looking for a place to stay i would have all my guys them all my life on wall my car i come here already food and all what am i going to do now you can hear the frustration in his voice there he's not alone we heard that people wish showing up at shelters that had no staff at that were full it was it was really messy scott and there was a lot of anger as people were carrying their belongings kids in tow in the heat and they didn't know where to go but officials say about that little yeah miami dade mayor carlos jimenez that gave a press conference he's been addressing this actually regularly on and he said you know will fix the problem opening shelters he said is not as easy as people think he said that they'd run out of red cross volunteers and that they were trying to use national guardsmen instead and more shelters would be a priority but stott it's just not a good situation that shows that.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on KOIL
"Just where we find abc's tj holder working up to a new reality here anti but what they say all those forecasts model to see all those lines are now have the storm making a beeline directly towards temple where i am it's called zone a and it's under a vacuous in order some are mandatory some are voluntary mandatory voluntary done matter you need to get out of here floriculture governor rick scott saying the new track of erma means more evacuations my goal is everybody get to shelter if you're on the west coast he sort of has to be on the road you now thereby new that the latest and not get to shelter as fast as possible evacuate as fast as you can miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez says are some relief of that urmas track west but nobody's relaxing a lot of people like obviously looking at the path of the hurricane seeing if we're going to get a direct hit or not i say it's better to be safe than sorry with not much time left for people in florida to get ready for hurricane erm is arrival abc's alex stone reports good samaritans are busy at the last minute neighbors here coming together to help one another david owns a woodworking shopping even though supplies have been hard to come by for most people he's helping out anyone who needs it and even if they ran out of woulda home depot i got so much power board offering something up give me the size dimensional slapping together and we can make sure you got something many of the buildings here now boarded waiting for armas arrival alex stone abc news news myrtle beach florida burma currently a categoryfour hurricane expected to hit the florida keys in the morning before moving up the west coast to florida female hurricane jose is right behind erma it's a categoryfour hurricane and his battering caribbean islands all ready devastated by erma this is abc news pressures offer.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on WJR 760
"Then sixty wjr news dick hafner clue in florida wants to ride out the storm miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez if those people wanna stay they need to have at least three days of water and food on hand sure that uh that you security your home uh if you live in iraq tuition zone like both it then please uniquely because if something happens and the storm comes on and you and you require alpe police fire we may not be able to get you femurs administrator brock long says many search and rescue personnel are going straight from harbi duty to the areas predicted to be affected by armagh commodities have been prestage search and rescue has been pulled off of texas and mobilise to the southeastern united states three navy ships are off the coast of puerto rico and the virgin islands to support life saving missions today in helping them get back on track with recovery florida highway patrol monitoring the high volume of traffic heading north on the florida turnpike's and interstates people evacuate south florida outer bands of hurricane or my have battered parts of the dominican republic and haiti on that island threatening serious flooding after leaving destruction and lease nine deaths across a string of caribbean islands it has knocked out electricity in puerto rico bay basically blacking out most of that island and the smaller islands have devastation including bar buddha and the british virgin islands burma next expected to hit the turks and caicos and the bahamas dt is sending three hundred lineman plus one hundred treetrimmer stu.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on KOMO
"Miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez says the county is as ready as it can be prepared but we are also praying that doesn't doesn't come away as many as four hundred thousand people could be asked to leave their homes emergency supplies are running shore gasoline above three dollars a gallon water bottles for eighteen dollars a case miami dade state attorney catherine fernendez rundle says she's fielded hundreds of complaints in advance of hurricane erma there are charlatans in this world and there are carpet baggers who will come in pray and people who are thirsty desperate and in need the state has open a hotline for people who field victimized into every complaint she says will be investigated jim ryan abc news miami highway tolls have been lifted to ease traffic jams for white house political strategist steve bannon in an interview for sunday sixty minutes ex white house strategist steve bannon accused the catholic church of having an ulterior motive in opposing president trump's decision to rescind daca they need illegal aliens to fill the churches that's it's obvious on the face of the archbishop of new york timothy cardinal dolan said his opposition is about doctrine are dreamers our children of god made image and likeness men and said he respects catholic bishops but said there another guy with an opinion abc's aaron katersky donald trump jr meeting privately with senate investigators today you're listening to abc news stay connected stay informed this is 20 minutes of nonstop news komo news one thousand fm 97 7 good morning it six two thursday morning has arrived we have clear skies little bit of smoke still and it sixty five degrees right now in seattle with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor and here are.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on WJR 760
"The mayor of miami dade florida carlos jimenez says there is ready as they can be or hurricane or ramon we've learned a lot from a different hurricanes we had especially hurricane andrew i was the far chievo citymiami during that time and the and charge of mercy operations and so for where we are well prepared here in line dade county our state partners are also better prepared are a federal partners are also better be fairly little learn a lot of the lessons of the past but this is a you know this is a hurricane that i've never seen before so we are preparing hair were telling some of our people to they need to evacuate some of the areas we may have to issue additional evacuation orders today depending on some information that we get for the national hurricane center uh but the you know we are prepared and a and but we are also praying that it doesn't doesn't come rwe also in miami reporter rosa flora's is watching the evacuation is more and more people in south florida mp gained you move one north because they remember that the only way out of lordy kengo kengo west we are here reports on gas shortages md shelves as more and more families are trying to get out of this danger zone and reporter liu paid was on with paul w from delray beach watching residents trying to get go gasoline and food yeah some gas stations are open some gas station to close the aforementioned one all have long line i would have the public's grocery store paul and they were opening up super early it was a five five o'clock this morning there with a truck already unloading in the back but baby not even put their food on the shell because people are taking it as faster they can unlock but it from the boxes people already lining up outside already cruise lines are cancelling cruises on their boats along the florida coast burma has destroyed about ninety percent of the structures and vehicles on the island of barbuda and now reports indicate ten deaths on the caribbean islands in saintmartin and saintbarthelemy at least eight people died in puerto rico about one million homes and businesses are.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on WWL
"If i take the storm and i superimposed the state of florida onto that storm almost the entire state top to bottom fits inside of erma so a lot of people are getting out that's a guy boarding up his place in key west emergency manager martin senator fifth says as earlier turns towards florida this weekend or the florida keys if you're going to create the worst case scenario that's what we are now looking miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez says if you're there our on vacation they're all safety visitors in our community are encouraged to cut their vacations short and leave miami dade county as soon as possible cbs news update i'm dave barrett if you're thinking of started get a home improvement projects right now you my water wait a little while hurricane harvey and possibly hurricane urban are going to eat up a lot of building supplies drunks of resources both in labour pool it supplies as well as construction material circuit over part it also irked us unity look at this difficult grocery folks that are leaving with your ever hurt iraq opiyo crowd getting into record creatine the area the repo rock wwl home improvement host paula grange says anyone tried to get building done outside the hurricane affected zone will need patience when it comes to finding material and workers yeah.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Thanks for your call balls appreciated and i do hope that you're you go get that link and get the download that forty nine page book it is frightening and their series they are dead serious okay moving on i don't know if you know what's going on in miami but miami and there mayor carlos jimenez has decided to comply with donald trump's order on sanctuary cities they decided this about a month ago and they exchanged letters and so forth an and it's all set up now and then and there are four hundred eighty five thousand dollars that they're going to get from the fed for their police department is not endanger anymore now here's what it means currently in sanctuary cities like chicago when an illegal alien is arrested on another offence let's say he beat somebody up gets caught drunk driving uh has a rat can it's his fault he that kind of stuff mostly not minor crimes when you get up into assault and rape and so forth but normally there are arrested and then when they find out there an illegal immigrant they're supposed to under a certain code and i have the code in front of me or summer there are supposed to notify ice and then ice we'll have time to come in and grab him and then deport him and that's what that's the practice to the catch and release remember that term that's over with now supposedly but it is in sanctuary cities miami is going to do that i inviting the ice agents into the jails which is what the ice agents want and the ice agents through questioning and so forth can identify people who are there illegally that the police department wouldn't have been able to catch chicago on the other hand is suing over the sanctuary city rule that the trump administration put out saying it it's unconstitutional to withhold federal funds and i say it's not unconstitutional withhold federal funds if you are violating federal law now granted the three point two million that chicago gets every year most of that goes to update their police fleet.
"carlos jimenez" Discussed on WLOB
"And away you go but you're not getting any conversation in english others person anyway apparently that's illegal in in miami dade and now the of office of the mayor of mayor carlos jimenez said usually they give warnings instead of an actual citation but in this case she got the uh she got the fine and believe me after all of this of after all this attention of she's not going to have to pay the fine other spokesperson for the mayor said the county can work with his driver an uber to address the situation and hoover by the way requires their drivers to be to be compliant with all the local laws in regulations so carmen etcheveria was kind of in violation not only of miami dade rules but overs uber says you got a you've got to comply with local regulations and the local rig in miami dade is you know a ablaze glaze you got speaks english if you're in doing public serve service it that's the kind of industry you're in and you can't speak the native language isn't that a problem well you could be in certain places in this country where a english may not be the native language i mean i would think there's lots and lots of people in miami dade use speak spanish and no fewer in la or san diego or two sean or phoenix probably a lot of spanish well okay so here's my question is it fair and right that miami dade requires english if you're going to be uber driver now we've had this fight for years and years and years you know.