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"carrie preston" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"As well. So, um 43 brown the road to the Marquette there at about a 12 minute ride with another seven from downtown to Layton Avenue with traffic and weather together on the tents. I'm nebulas ago. Wtmj paella wi dot com Timesaver Track Sunny Today High 72 Clear skies Tonight Low 56 Here in the city, 50 out West Tomorrow Sunny, breezy 77 Saturday Partly cloudy And a windy high of 85. It's 54 degrees 5 30 President Biden will outline six steps he hopes will stop and reverse the surge in covid cases across the country. They include trying to get more people vaccinated, increasing testing and improving care for those who are already sick. When it comes to kids. More of them are becoming infected with each day heightened concern for Children. One of four new covid cases are pediatric, which 2200 kids fighting the virus and hospitals Thursday. President Biden expected to lay out of six step strategy to boost vaccinations and slow the spread of the delta variant as experts track. The new new variant now confirmed in 28 states that CBC's Morgan Norwood, Idaho, has been forced to ration health care at some facilities amid an onslaught of covid patients. The death toll from Hurricane Ida still rising 82 people were killed Even as tropical storm indie made landfall last night. It's now a tropical depression, pelting the Florida Panhandle in southeast Georgia and coastal South Carolina. Carrie Preston. ABC NEWS Setting Unlimited WTMJ News time 5 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center nearly two centuries after he was lynched in Milwaukee, George Marshall Clark's memory finally honored as they marked his grave Yesterday. Ladies and gentlemen, memory matters well, we choose to remember matters effort we put into.
"carrie preston" Discussed on KGO 810
"Is a fair trade off to continue working from home? Also coming up, San Jose has opened up a new safe parking site for homeless residents living in RVs. That's next on K. G. Yeah, the morning show with Nikki Medora on KGO 8 10 listen at home by simply saying Alexa play kgo 8 10 President Biden today visiting parts of New York and New Jersey that were badly flooded by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, the president taking off for the trip this hour. Across Louisiana. There are still about 400,000 customers without power they have been without. Since the storm hit nine days ago In Texas, the governor will sign a package of voting changes. Today. Governor Greg Abbott and his fellow Republicans pushed for Senate Bill one, citing their desire to safeguard elections from fraud and to standardize election procedures. Democrats say the new law does away with voting methods widely used by blacks and Hispanics. During the 2020 general election. It was enough to send dozens of Democratic state lawmakers to Washington to deny their GOP colleagues a quorum. But as expected SP one did eventually passed today in the city of Tyler. Habit will sign it into law. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS Dallas COVID cases rising nationwide as people return home from the long holiday weekend in Austin, Texas, only two adult ICU beds available right now. Carrie Preston. ABC NEWS KGO 8 10 News Update on the morning show with Nikki Maduro. Good morning. I'm Brett Burkhart. This news update is sponsored by the San Francisco Giants. Giants fans Choose your Hogwarts house.
"carrie preston" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Hitting a hole in one without even trying Capital. One shopping. It's kind of genius. What's in your wallet, savings and available coupons? Berry Roy in new yor liens, a curfew still in place power steadily being restored to the city recovering from Hurricane Ida. The mayor LaToya Cantrell says she wishes the city could do more. I told my team this morning or I wished Wish I was over and you get you get a raise you get, but we have no money meaning the city so we can't do that, and we're going to make sure we remain ethical, you know in our practices, but I just say it's something that I feel there is more money coming to New Jersey and New York, authorized by President Biden for those impacted by the storm, he'll visit the area tomorrow. More than seven million Americans who lost their jobs during the pandemic are set to lose their benefits. Jobless benefits from three federal programs are expiring today. They include benefit. It's for self employed people at the extension for the long term unemployed Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department is in the process of evaluating how it might be able to challenge Texas's new restrictive abortion law. This is ABC News, a violent holiday weekend in Chicago. At least seven Children were injured in a four year old boy was killed in separate shootings across the city. The government is looking into another fatality involving the Tesla self driving function. It was a crash that happened July 26th on the shoulder of the Long Island Expressway in New York Command, changing a tire on the side of the road was hit and killed by a Tesla. The driver of the vehicle, whose autopilot had been turned on, stayed at the scene and so far has not been charged. But investigators want to know what happened. And why. Three weeks ago, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a formal investigation into Tesla's automated driving system, and why so many accidents? Involved parked emergency vehicles. Carrie Preston ABC News a win for supporters of a four day work week in Scotland. Recent poll found 80% of Scots support cutting one day off their work week. Many say it will increase their health, happiness and productivity. The experiment is being funded by the government and won't cost workers anything. Reena Roy ABC News Short of PCO today, Let's try to stay on schedule. The new customers have memories. Exterminator business buzzing, she needs new specialists to tackle a swarm of appointments. Norwegian tree mouths That's the first indeed can help her hire.
"carrie preston" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"25 year old instructor Yangquan, an 18 year old Tyler Turner. Who died after their tandem chute failed to open and Lodi in 2016 Poli had suspended had a suspended teaching certificate at the time, but stole a digital signature from another instructor to file falsified paperwork with the U. S. Parachute Association for certification. Another gray whale is turned up dead in the San Francisco Bay. This is the 14th fatality since April, Experts have so far been unable to determine exactly what killed the 45 FT. Adult female whale that washed Sure in San Francisco over the weekend. Scientists from the Marine Mammal Center are investigating the death, and they think the well was hit by a ship, but not until after it had died from some other cause. The 14 deaths so far this year are the highest number since an unusual mortality event was declared for the species back in 2019, Kobe Bryant's widow has agreed to settle a lawsuit over his death here. CBS is Monica Ricks. Vanessa Bryant and victims. Relatives sued the pilot and owners of the helicopter the crash last year, killing Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna, and seven others. The suit claims foggy weather that day was not conducive to flying and the pilot neglected to properly assess and monitor conditions. Federal investigators agreed. The National Transportation Safety Board released a report back in February, blaming pilot error for the crash. Saying he got so disoriented. He thought he was climbing when the chopper was plunging Terms of the settlement have not been disclosed. Monica Ricks CBS NEWS a new poll finds less than half of Americans have a last will and Testament kfbk is Rory O Neill. The numbers have been holding steady for years since 1990 Gallup has been asking people if they have a will that describes how they want their money and a state to be handled after their death. Now it's about 46%. That figure has fluctuated between 44 51% over the decades more than 75% of Americans over 65 have a will, but just 20% of those under 30 have a plan for their estate. Rory O Neill news 93.1 KFBK. Let's get you caught up now on all the hour's top national stories on Newsnight. 33.1 KFBK As covid cases in the U. S. Continue falling. The proportion of infections in states with low vaccination rates is increasing among young people. ABC TV Program reports the Delta variant responsible for half the new cases in parts of the Midwest and West, health officials say the key to crushing the pandemic young people Right now. Only about a third of 18 to 24 year olds have been vaccinated. But that age group is currently seeing the country's highest rate of cases. Top Yeah. Continues picking up as people head out of their homes and into the air. Some airlines cannot keep up with demand. American says it will likely be canceling between 50 and 80 flights per day. Between now and mid July. President Biden will today announce an effort to stem a rising national tide of gun violence, the Justice Department launching strike forces in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington. D C to help take down illegal gun traffickers. Carrie Preston. ABC NEWS Live Music Returns to UK A. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Life is short. Don't spend half.
"carrie preston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Boston. Good morning. I'm Laurie Kirby. President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart are speaking in Geneva. Let's get more in. Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin has started the second part of their meeting before the summit even took place in Geneva. ABC is Karen Travers says the president outlined some of the topics he said they would be discussing, he says this will be different. He will put pressure on Vladimir Putin on issues like cyber security because of the recent spate of Ransomware tax launched out of Russia. He's also going to push him on human rights issues and the poisoning and imprisonment of Alexey Navalny, the Russian opposition leader. Ukraine is also going to come up and Russia's election interference. CBC's Patrick Revel has covered Putin in Moscow for ABC. Both sides going into this have made clear But they don't expect the relationship to improve from this significantly. It's all about managing what is a bad relationship. At one point. A reporter in that pre meeting scrum asked the President Vladimir Putin could be trusted. The president appeared to not yes, but the White House quickly issued a statement saying that the president was not responding to any one particular question. Carrie Preston ABC News Have another special report coming up from ABC News at the bottom of the hour. Continuing coverage on WBZ NewsRadio streaming on the eye Hard radio app. Are you on board The vaccine train commuter rail train dubbed the Vax Express, arriving at the Blue Hill Avenue station this hour to get riders vaccinated. WBZ TV's Nick Giovanni is there people are gonna be able to step on board the commuter rail train to knock out their shot either fighters or J and J's single dose vaccine, no appointment necessary and then walk away with $25. Grocery store gift card going from Boston to Worcester to Lowell and Lawrence to Fitchburg targeted communities with low vaccination rates. A second doses will be offered on board The Vax Express from July 7th to the 11th. And between today and Sunday stops will be made in Boston like this morning. Also Worcester, Lowell, Lawrence and Fitchburg. Second doses will be offered on the Vax Express the week of July. 7th. Alright. This story now is second straight day of cancelled Now at U. S law all over a potential cybersecurity incident are Jim McKay is on the campus with more normally U Mass. Lowell has an undergraduate student population of some 18,000 students, But it's fairly quiet here for the summer session on the local campus, and it's even more quiet as the school administration. Canceled classes for a second day in a row due to this potential cybersecurity incident. Now they are saying they have maintained control of their it infrastructure right now they're investigating any potential problems. In the meantime, the official U Mass Lowell dot edu website addresses down Have a temporary website up in its place, and classes are canceled until further notice. On the U Mass Lowell campus. Jim McKay WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Coming up next, who are the most stressed out workers in the world will tell you who in two minutes 10 33, the super retailers of New England, all wheel drive traffic on the trees. Who were the most stressed out drivers. I wonder. Good morning, Kevin Broden, man. Good morning. There Lower. Yes, you're on route one northbound kind of stressed out locked up now here from Route 99 Saugus getting up to crash taken out the right lane and workers taken out the left lane here just before the Linde Fells Parkway in Saugus. Just that center lane is getting by 1 28 north beyond brake lights approaching work crews after route 62 in Denver's Now the expressway heading north down. Still some slowdowns East Milton Square up through Neponset against Savin Hill, The Columbia Road South bound Still quite busy here, we'll call it just about South Bay getting down through Savin Hill. After that, you can loosen up quite a bit earlier crashed down by Squanto. Um, Street has cleared away 24. So you were going to clear the crash at Harrison Boulevard and Avon. Still residual delays coming out of Stoughton. 24 North down over Mile backup approaching a crash after 1 23 in Brockton, 1 28 north bound brake lights from gross Street, Newton getting up to the work crews taken out a lane after.
"carrie preston" Discussed on KOMO
"Days or And Galveston saw 89 inches of rank. Jeff Bezos and his brother say they'll be joining whoever bids the highest for blue origins. First tourist spaceflight. There will only be a half hour trip bids up to almost $3 million already. Infrastructure talks continue in Washington today, President Biden again meeting with Republican Senator Shelley Moore capital who is leading the GOP effort to reach a bipartisan compromise on spending for bridges, roads and broadband. West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, saying he will not support a bill protecting voting rights and that he's not willing to change filibuster rules to get infrastructure done in the Senate. Carrie Preston, ABC NEWS HOMO News 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning, It's 5 31. It's been wet this morning, and it's 47 degrees in Seattle right now, along with Greg Herschel time manufacture. Here are the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. White House official had declared over the weekend that more than 70% of adults in our states have had at least one dose of vaccination. But the state says it's looking at a different number. The CDC measures those vaccinated 18 and older Washington measures those 16 and older. That discrepancy means as far as the state's concerned just over 63% of Washingtonians have had at least one dose of the vaccine to make things more confusing. City of Seattle measures those aged 12 and older and Mayor Jenny Durkin has declared that according to those metrics, the city of Seattle will be 70% vaccinated sometime this week. All the city of Seattle's having major success in getting people vaccinated. Mayor Jenny Durkin attended a pop up clinic on Capitol Hill yesterday. We really should be proud of what we've done in Seattle in an optimism. You don't have to look too far to see that pride. It's fantastic. I couldn't be more proud of Seattle for how quickly they have taken and gotten vaccines..
"carrie preston" Discussed on KOMO
"House Democrats making a big push for a bill that would form an independent commission to investigate the January 6th Capitol attack. The House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has been vocal in her support for the commission, saying the Americas Temple of Democracy was attacked by insurrectionists. She says A bipartisan commission will help make matters right. However, the top Republicans in both the House and Senate say they are now opposed to this. This idea of the commission that had been negotiated and accepted by Republicans earlier on The former president Donald Trump is not happy about the New York probe into his organization, the Trump organization, calling it a corrupt investigation in a death desperate search for a crime, he says Democrats failed to stop him in Washington, so they turned to New York. What's happened now is the state attorney general in New York and the Manhattan D, a are teaming up in what has become a criminal probe. Of the Trump Organization. The Senate Intelligence Committee has given the Pentagon one month to brief it on the findings of a very unique report on unexplained phenomena. Como's Brian Calvert tells us about the Northwest lawmaker who is very eager to hear it. For decades. The federal government has denied any truths about unexplainable visits from outside are known world. Those denials have ended, and Louise Elizondo has been compiling information officially for the Pentagon since 2008 As part of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification program Mission of eight It was quite simple. It was to collect and analyze information involving anomalous aerial vehicles. What I guess in the vernacular you call them UFOs. We call them you a piece of unidentified aerial phenomena, Elizondo tells 60 minutes. He knows it's hard to believe. I'm not telling you that it doesn't sound wacky. What I'm telling you, it's real. The question is, what is it what its intentions orders capabilities. The revelations come as the Pentagon has been ordered to brief a Senate committee on its findings, which includes video captured by Air Force and Navy pilots. The moment they see an unidentified object whiz by the images are risen real as the reactions. We're going through a due diligence. It just some sort of new type of cruise missile technology that China has developed it just some sort of high altitude balloon It could be somehow the Russians or the Chinese of you know, leapfrog technology. Incredibly, that's Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio. The way these things behave is beyond most of our known laws of physics or propulsion. On that would lead to potentially being you know, Extraterrestrial defines ago Senate colleague Ron White and sits on the intelligence committee. But DeFazio says this information needs to be shared with everyone on Capitol Hill, and he says he would support hearings. If there's evidence of these mysterious objects. There's the possibility of a national security threat that we need to know about that too again. Elizondo infers the Pentagon report on UFO's Are you a piece isn't about confirming the existence of these Unidentified visitors that space ship has sailed, he says Top military leaders are already believers. The upcoming report is about how this impacts national security. Ultimately when you have exhausted all those what ifs And you're still left with with the fact that this is in our airspace and steel. That's when it becomes compelling, and that's when it becomes problematic. Brian Calvert Colonials. For what it's worth. I'm Sherry Pressed in. It is a rite of spring High school prom's and from last year to this year, the change couldn't be bigger. It's called full circle from from from nothing to Everything just like you used today. Richard Levin owns Rochester formal wear in New Jersey. A shot that scene 115 Springs come and go, surviving everything from the great Depression to the great recession. Lucky we survived the pandemic. Enforces. Some people did not now racks of suits going out to prom goers like high school Senior Colin Devine is a lot of my stuff this year has been canceled. I'm just really happy that I have my own problem this year. And I'm ready to go get dressed and have a nice dinner for problem. Another senior, then Pascal getting ready for his prom, saying goodbye to his high school years and the pandemic in style aboard a battleship, the USS New Jersey. I feel pretty good happening on the Navy ships. That's pretty exciting. I don't think we can dance or anything, but I think it's gonna be a good time for what it's worth. Carrie Preston. ABC NEWS Come on, Whose time 1 50 times for people Insurance. BUSINESS News With Jim Tesco. The stock market's losing skid now stands at three days today, Equities fell amid new inflation worries as well as a plunging crypto currencies. The Dow Jones industrials dipped 164 points the S and P 500 eased 12, the tech heavy NASDAQ composite Down just four continued supply chain issues have prompted Ford to announce additional production cutbacks. The Detroit automaker told workers that more temporary shutdowns would be needed at eight plants at various times over the next six weeks, including F 1 50 truck plants in Dearborn and Kansas City. The announcement, ironically, comes hours ahead of Ford's global debut of its All electric F 1 50 Lightning. That's your money now. Money news. The 20 and 50 passed every hour We have a camo traffic update. Name 2021 is the 25th anniversary of the tablet. Medications Act of 1996, the last comprehensive update.
"carrie preston" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"From Connecticut, dismiss that rocked me was the Luke Lower blueprint for building America, his focus on job As well as Getting the vaccination so America couldn't be secure and going back to school is inviting, says 20. Million people and working class Americans have lost jobs during the pandemic. Now the Labor Department just now announcing that 553,000 people filed first time unemployment claims last week compared to 547,000 last week. Carrie Preston, ABC News BACK at Churchill Downs Looking at the field for Kentucky everyone 47 will find a veteran writer from Louisiana trying to become the first black jacket 119 years. Get a garland of roses Paul Miles caught up with a Kendrick car. Mooch has the Mount on Burb Onek, who earned a spot in the Derby back after an upset victory in the Wood Memorial. It's the first Derby ride for the 37 year old car mooch, who has won more than 3000 races in his career. What I dream of, you know this opportunity, man I want to. I want to be fighting with these guys every day, and these big, great one and great two races great three races every single day of the rest of my career. This is what I want for my family. My fans, my people back home. Just what I'm here for the Kentucky Derby. Right now. The last black jockey to win the Kentucky Derby was Jimmy Winkfield in 1902. At Churchill Downs, Paul Miles news radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Today is ther be at the track the gates opening up at 11 30 for the festivities on the front side, and it is expected to reign as the day goes on. Expect some changes to the race card of that rain does show up. It could pull some races off of the turf and remember there are no umbrellas allowed at Churchill down so Coordinate your poncho colors with your hats accordingly. Yell. MPD officer wounded The night of the Briana Taylor raid is retiring from the department. LM PD Sergeant John Mattingly will retire from the department on or around June, 1st. Mattingly was one of three officers to discharge his weapon. The night Briana Taylor was killed, but the only officer injured after Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shot at police. The other two officers. Miles cost. Grove and Brett Hankerson have since been let go from El MPD, with Hankerson being the only officer currently charged in connection with the shooting. Haley Hanson News Radio Wait 40 wh A Yes and Will IND in Britain and Nations vaccination program now turning its focus to booster operations. ABC is Tom Rivers is in London, with vaccine distribution and uptake much more advanced year than most of the country's possible boosters will come under study this summer. England's deputy chief medical officer, Jonathan van Tack. We'll get an idea then off which give you the highest boost, which perhaps give you the broadest boost against the range of Corona virus variants. Certainly 25% of UK adults have had both of their coverage shots. Tom Rivers, ABC News, London Your next news updates and 30 minutes I'm Will Clark News Radio. Wait 40 w h A s use radio Wait 40 w.
"carrie preston" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"States of resuming the Johnson and Johnson vaccine Today, the 11 Day pause put in place by the FDA because of extremely rare blood clots in a handful of women. Getting Americans to take This particular vaccine, however, could be tough anyway. ABC NEWS Washington Post poll shows 73% of those not yet vaccinated would be hesitant to take the change a vaccine. Overall vaccine hesitancy remains an issue. Nearly 24% of Americans aren't inclined to get a vaccine, the CDC releasing new numbers showing that about five million people They have missed the recommended timeframe for their second joke. That's a B C's Eva Pilgrim about 8% of people who have gotten that finds your or more doing a shot of not going back to that second dose here on Lee really immune after that shot Chloe Jealous Nomad Land won best picture at the Academy Awards last night. She also became only the second woman in the first woman of color to win. Best director Francis McDormand also wanted Oscar for her lead performance in that film. Carrie Preston ABC NEWS, citing unlimited wtmj news time 7 31 from the WTMJ Breaking news center. The Waterford School Board reconvenes tonight after considering a move that would end the high school's mask policy. WTMJ is 20 better Doctors live in the breaking news center in the district could be among the first to get students and staff the option. But after a survey sent out roughly 70% of staff want the mandate to remain in place, while more than 70% of students want masks to be optional. School Superintendent Luk Francoise tells me to serve a purely informational. Currently we listen to our students in their voice, but we're not going to just release a full math mandate only because the kids wanted, he says A likely reaffirmed the mandates but says they will also explore opportunities where it could be released in certain outdoor and distant situations. The last group of Milwaukee public School students heading back to class this morning TMJ forced Taylor Lumpkin has the seniors and under Classman in danger of failing a class will be the last group of students returning to Emperor. In learning and MPs Superintendent Dr Keith Will, he says Getting those students back to school today should go a lot smoother when the youngest group went back for the first day, 80 school Busses and 160 roots were canceled. Now it's not clear yet how many students will be returning back to school today, but district wide nearly 60% of MPs, families decided to return to in person learning. Yes started bringing students back April 14th new guidance from the CDC on Children at summer camp during the pandemic, summer fun can happen close. You're among Children attending summer camp. The CDC says three. FT can now be the distance between kids, but they should wear a mask to limit the spread of covert 19. Also, activity should be held outdoors as much as possible. And if inside doors and windows should be left open when possible. The updated recommendations for camps aligns with social distancing rules at schools, which allow three ft between Children and at least six FT. When eating and drinking. Derek Dennis ABC NEWS the spotlight on President Biden's big speech coming On Wednesday night fight and preparing to address a joint session of Congress, where he'll lay out the promises for his next 100 days in office and beyond his big push Now that massive $2 trillion infrastructure plan President says it will create millions of jobs. It's a plan the majority of Americans support. But as the nation deals with a surge of mass shootings advocate their president, the White House to doom or to curb gun violence, the administration calling on Congress to step up on gun reform and police reform lawmakers hopeful for a bipartisan compromise there. Meanwhile, the president's infrastructure plan calls for $600 billion to repair roads and bridges across the country. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge tells TMJ forced Charles Benson, the bill would bring much needed help to Wisconsin in Wisconsin alone. There's 1949 miles of roads that are in poor conditions. And it's why we have. The resource is in this bill. Toe help.
Remembering the lives lost to coronavirus
"No country in the world has suffered as many coronavirus deaths as the United States. And as we mark the devastating milestone 500,000 people lost to the disease. There's people behind the numbers. I mean, Our mom is behind that number. And it's really sad. Wendy Jensen, remembering her mom, Carol Ray stories of the loss and life echoing around the country, baby See Stevo since Tommy Francesca McCall is a single mother and Birmingham, Alabama, who was raising seven Children of her own this time last year in the fall of the Corona virus, took the lives of her younger sister and her sister's husband, who themselves were the parents of five Children. Guess who's raising all 12 of those kids? Now? Dr Anthony Fauci is saying We've done worse than most any other country, but he wants a new approach. Out rather than looking back and saying, What the heck happened here? Just saying now, let's just go forward and be completely committed as a unified country for what it's worth. Carrie Preston ABC
"carrie preston" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Want to make sure it's not too good to be true. The move toward digital dating presents some unique risks, especially when it comes to scams on popular dating services. Lissa Campbell is a reporter with the review site Safety come. One of the biggest risks or talk Chris when it comes to virtual dating is that essentially, you're putting yourself out there to connect with someone that you may have never met before you may have never seen before, and you're giving them a little bit of your personal information. That means it's important to be mindful about sharing your address or your birthday with people you meet online. Campbell also says if you're thinking about setting up a date of resume, make sure to keep that password generic. Don't give them your personal soon meeting I d. I would create a separate soon meeting, and it has a generated idea many that it will expire Eventually. Dave Packer, ABC News Use radio 700 WLW Sports The Great American race, the Daytona 500, putting on quite a show for thousands lot of happy folks here lot of thank you's that they're able to get out Daytona's Patrick Barfield about 30,000. NASCAR fans getting in to see what turned out to be a crazy day of racing rain, causing six hours of delays. Driver Randy Chest ain actually bolted from the track and hit a local McDonald six and everything the fetus whole crew in a video. Posted by Chip Ganassi Racing. Yeah, we're racing and labor's stopped raining and when it did, the race went deep into the night, the last lap coming after midnight. Penske cars crash, Kozlowski is up in a ball of flame up into the outside wall. He'll take Kyle Busch with him. A huge crash called on the Motor Racing network, opening the door for McDowell wins the Daytona 500 Michael McDowell's racing through the wreckage for his first ever win. Carrie Preston ABC News. Well, if you're just rolling out of bed this early Tuesday morning, Snow was moved out of the area. But.
"carrie preston" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sidewalks and streets, though it looks like there's been a least one pass through from snowplows, clearing a path for people to get by officials of urge people to stay off the roads. Stay home if they can, the flakes still Falling and blowing around That's correspondent Derek Dennis in New Jersey. No widespread power outages yet, but there is concern because of 40 Mile an hour wind gusts end Don't bother heading to the airport. In a normal pre pandemic day, there were about 100 and 25 flight cancelations nationwide. There are significantly fewer flights taking off and landing across the country now, so 1400 cancelations within the country today is significant. Not surprisingly, the hardest hit airports are in the East. More than 160 cancelations at Newark, Liberty, 150 at LaGuardia and more than 100 of JFK, Washington and Baltimore. They're looking at dozens of flight cancelations and delays today as well. That's correspondent Carrie Preston on news at nine o'clock Brought to you today by Catholic Health. Long lift Long Island. It's 903 and let's get to our traffic check with Bernie Black. Bernie. Hey, Joe. We've had problems. 180 this morning involving Jack knifed tractor trailer, says one of the eastbound side by exit. 34 advances taking out two left lanes and we had one earlier in Alamut, shutting down that stretch of 80. But that has been now cleared away. New Jersey Turnpike slowing up in the south on side after interchange 13 on the truck lanes. There's a stalled vehicle and also on the Roadway. That's the Carly in south on approaching interchange a day a couple lanes arguably blocked, they're still have time. We have new closed in both directions by west at so boulevard in Palisades Park that is an accident. The support is sponsored by the Estrogen Temple scanner. Don't take chances of covert 19 and your family's help. Use the extra in Temple Skander to check temperatures before dinner. And before you leave home. It takes an accurate ng in seconds.
"carrie preston" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To hunt for Bigfoot, apparently Oklahoma's the hot spot, the state lawmaker there, his interested introduced a bill calling for an official Bigfoot hunting season in Oklahoma. They will issue licenses and tags. Oklahoma holds, by the way, a Bigfoot celebration every year and now To an animal story of a very different yes, major and champ may soon be joined by a cat. First Lady Joe Biden hinted, becoming the latest in a long line of presidential pets. Major will be the first rescue dog toe live in the White House, and I misspoke earlier. I said forward. Had I ever said it was Nixon. Nixon had the Irish, Nixon, Truman and Reagan right, so let's go to NBC's Sherry Preston. She has more on what animals may be. Joining the white the first family. Hi, Sherry. Yeah, hi. Good morning, guys couldn't talk to you. Yeah. Jill Biden has said that she was a cat and will join possibly champion Major and Joe Biden has said that he wants to walk those dogs like he has in Delaware every morning, says he gets a lot of pleasure about that. And it's funny because somebody else who's that pleasure from their dogs was George Washington. He was known to keep Fox hounds all the way back. You know, when he was president, he had Fox sounds that had the best names. I love that one was called Drunkard. One was named Sweet lips. Not another one was named tipsy and one was named tippler. And he said, to have gotten a lot of peace going out there to his candles, making sure the dogs were okay. And he kind of started the tradition of White House pets. Throughout all the years, There's only been two presidents who have not had pets in the White House. One of them just left Donald Trump and James K. Polk. Do not have animals as well. Some of these stories are amazing. From the Presidential Pat Museum in Washington, D. C. Thomas Jefferson had a Mockingbird named Dick and he also had to bear Cubs. You were brought to him from Zebulon Pike, who Pikes Peak was named after gave them that there's Thomas Jefferson thought they were too ferocious in his words to keep at the White House, so he actually kept him in a cage on the White House lawn for two months. And for two months, people walked by the White House and looked at these two bears eventually gave them to a friend in Philadelphia, who had a museum. One of them escaped and ransacked the museum and then was shot and killed. So they stuffed it and kept it the museum, But we're not gonna go there because that's a little negative. Quincy Adams, John Quincy Adams, head and alligator Given to him by the Marquis de Lafayette. He would keep it in the bathtub. In the White House, and when people would come in, he would show Would you like to see the presidential bathroom? And there would be an alligator in there and his wife was known for keeping silkworms. There's so many great stories about these pets Everybody has heard about. No Teddy Roosevelt and menagerie of pets that he had their Calvin Coolidge had even more pets than him. He had colleagues a bulldog at one point, a donkey, a bobcat and raccoons. That were known to escape from their cages and tear up the furniture in the White House, unscrewing the light bulbs. They would ransack the house plants. They finally had to give them away to a zoo. Because it was like, no, we can't take on crazy now. Well, Sherry, listen, if this radio thing doesn't work out for you can go be a tour guide at the museum did not know you know how much that is My dream. All right, Carrie Preston. Thank you so much, baby. The news. Uh, yeah. Badgers, guinea pigs dogs. No idea Learned the last gator. That's good. All right, Let's get out to the road right now. Checking Brian nobles on the traffic on a Friday morning. Good morning, Brian Alligator. One kinda gets what? What good. That's just somebody to take on not the most cuddly of that. This.
"carrie preston" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Radar. We've got 54 degrees in Boynton Beach. It's 56, Fort Lauderdale and 56. Also in Miami Springs and now 7 31. It's the first full day in office for the new President Joe Biden and his administration. That'll include 10 executive actions to battle the pandemic. Biden executive actions are expected to include using the Defense Production act and other measures to manufacture covert supplies. Cabinet departments are to set guidelines to reopen schools. Set up reimbursement for schools for supplies from FEMA funds and reimburse states for most, or as much as all costs of deploying the National Guard. Mr Biden's to also require masks in airports in certain modes of transportation and require international travelers to the U. S to get a negative coded test. Before arrival. It's ABC struck Sivertsen Dr Anthony Fauci, speaking to the World Health Organization's executive board meeting today, reversing the Trump administration's withdrawal from the organization. The first White House press briefing was held last night as the new president swore in hundreds of senior administration officials, sending them a warning. If they treat others with disrespect, they'll be fired on the spot. Carrie Preston ABC News One of President Biden's first sax is drawing criticism from those in Florida. Republican Rick Scott responded to Biden's executive order to rejoin the Paris climate grew. Accord Senator Sconces. Biden is only doing this to appease his liberal friends, and we have to stop joining deals that are bad for America. Scott says the deal does nothing to hold real polluters like China and India accountable and unfairly puts American taxpayers on the hook and the president now former president Says, rather than now, former President Trump left him something on his inauguration day. NBC's Alice Bar has a story. Though former President Trump thought this transition and refused to attend the inauguration. He did honor one tradition,.
"carrie preston" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Security for Wednesday's inauguration. There was a scare this morning at the Capitol. This'll was the overhead warning playing at the Capitol, telling everyone to take shelter and to stay away from Windows. President elect Biden's inaugural escort was on sale. For an inauguration rehearsal, and they were moved under the Senate carriage entrance, You turned out it was a fire at a homeless encampment under an overpass, and there were some popping or explosion noises. There was no threat to the capital like stone. ABC NEWS Washington After Joe Biden this mornin on Wednesday, he'll have a lot of work to get to unity will be the theme of Joe Biden's inaugural address, and that's exactly what he'll have to work on non stop when he steps into the Oval Office. Former ABC News White House correspondent Ann Compton says Bite knows he'll have to Reach over to the other side of the aisle. If he ever wants to get anything done, The trouble is both political parties are so split that even the Democratic ranks on the floor of the house of the Republican ranks on the floor of the Senate. They're not united. Compton, who covered 10 presidential inaugurations in her 41 years at ABC, says Biden knows he'll have to bring in the millions who voted for him and the millions who did not. Carrie Preston ABC News and Coming Up at 207. Scott Wars will be talking to and Compton. More than one million Wisconsinites are not eligible to receive the covert 19 vaccine as the state moves into its next phase. Phase. One be includes non frontline SMS workers, educators, childcare providers and firefighters. Interesting willingness and people are I got my vaccine last week, so it's a positive thing that that is going on. Rocky Fire chief Aaron Lipsky tells WTMJ that many of them in Milwaukee have already received The vaccination because they double of his E. M s workers are their frustrations, of course than people have different ways that they might see something should be going. But I'll tell you that within the groups that we've been working with we've been met with pretty high satisfaction level. Like Spaulding WTMJ News from a base prove a a health will be opening up a cove in 19, Mass vaccination site. At the UW Green Bay campus this week. President CEO as shook, Rai says Once supplies replaced this site will be available to vaccinate over 10,000 people a week to scale up. In the coming weeks at other locations in the communities that we serve with the goal of administrating 20,000 Maxine's a week to the public says this effort is one of the most important health issues purveyor has taken on in It's 25 year history. On this day of service and Commemorating Dr Martin Luther King Jr. A virtual wreath laying ceremony took place filled with speakers of live music. Meanwhile, Martin Luther King Jr was sent no stranger to Milwaukee. The city and the civil rights leader worked together on causes. Both local and national Milwaukee group was there for his 1963. I have a dream speech in Washington. How many people going away? Suppose there 117 among is several local visits in 1965 speech, you W m. The discontent and the seething desperation be very real Doctor King, sending his support the local fair housing marchers in 1967. A year before his murder. We've lost a great black leader, local activist father James Crappy, organized the march of some 15,000.
"carrie preston" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Up in just a couple of moments. Temporary evacuation of an inauguration walkthrough in Washington, D C this morning after a reported fire nearby officials around D C. Operating with extra precautions this week on the threat of possible violence of the inauguration on Wednesday. CBS News, Homeland Security correspondent Jeff Pig A says that some of the precautions may be here to stay there. Information not from reputable news organizations, but from people who make money. Selling the type of information that they want to hear. On. That's a fact. And so when you look at the overall picture of this radicalization, you know it is something that this country will have to grapple with in the weeks and months ahead. Meanwhile, Joe Biden himself once he's sworn in on Wednesday, will likely need to get right to work. ABC SHOW Your Presidency will be the theme of Joe Biden's inaugural address, and that's exactly what he'll have to work on non stop when he steps into the Oval Office. Former ABC News, White House correspondent Ann Compton says Bite knows he'll have to reach over to the other side. The ill if he ever wants to get anything done. The trouble is both political parties are so split that even the Democratic ranks on the floor of the house of the Republican ranks on the floor of the Senate. They're not united. Compton, who covered 10 presidential inaugurations in her 41 years at ABC, says Biden knows he'll have to bring in the millions who voted for him and the millions who did not. Carrie Preston ABC News, the former head of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, packing her bags and heading to Washington, D. C. Andrea Palm, said to leave the state for a job with the Department of Health and Human Services. She was picked by governor even the head up the DHS in January of 2019, but Was never confirmed by the state legislature, Karen Timberlake said to run the DHS in the intern target. Tampa Packers playoff coverage Now one WTMJ, It will be a battle Love ages this weekend at Lambeau Field is Aaron Rodgers and the Packers host Tom Brady and the box in the NFC championship game. Sunday's game will be a re Vance of a week five contest in which the Packers lost 38 to 10. The most lopsided loss of the season. The Packers.
"carrie preston" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News radio. Wait, 40 w h A s our top story. Russians continuing to swirl around how that mob of pro Trump supporters was able to breach security barriers of the U. S Capitol, forcing members of Congress to barricade themselves in their offices and in galleries. One woman was killed. Three died after medical emergencies and more than 50 people were arrested. Police say They also recovered two pipe bombs do the scene. As well as a long gun and Molotov cocktails found in a cooler just blocks away. Those suspected explosive devices were discovered at the Republican and Democratic National Committee headquarters. The news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, ABC chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has more on President Trump's response to the violence calls to the White House press office. Go on answered. I've tried to call the chief of staff on answered. I've even tried to reach out directly to the president because none of those who speak on him our response on his behalf for responsive shortly after the capital was secure, Congress solidified Joe Biden's November win by ratifying the Electoral college vote count. Carrie Preston. ABC NEWS A new Jobs report is out this morning showing weekly job claims are down slightly this week A B C's Erica TER SKI With more It was 787,000 new unemployment claims last week. It's slightly less than the prior week, but jobless claims are stuck it historically high levels while the pandemic rages and businesses and consumers pull back Fuller look at the economic consequences of the virus comes Friday when the Labor Department publishes its monthly unemployment report. Economists expect that'll show jobs were created at a much slower rate than in November. LM PD has a new chief Paul Miles has that story. Mayor Greg Fischer has named Erica Shields as the new metro police chief. I commit to begin my work here. With a focus on Rebuilding community trust trust that I believe was already eroding. Prior to Briana Taylor's killing. Shields resigned from the Atlanta chief position following the death of Ray Shard Brooks Ah black man who was shot by officers outside a Wendy's restaurant. What I realized is as long as I stayed Was going to be a distraction and the city needed to move forward. Erica Shields replaces Steve Conrad, who was fired as chief during the Briana Taylor protest. Paul Miles. News radio 8 40 wh E s tonight at the Kentucky capital. We will hear from Governor Andy Bashir and his state of the Commonwealth address and the combined budget address that was supposed to be delivered last night, But the governor moved into tonight due to the actions on Capitol Hill. That's scheduled for seven o'clock tonight, and you could see it on Katie or his Facebook page. Your next news update. Is it 10 30? I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 wh s now your chance to win $1000.
"carrie preston" Discussed on KOMO
"Be delayed for those who've already gotten the first dose so that more people could get the first shot. Others say that would not be effective. Carrie Preston, ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 77 31 right now on this Monday morning, still getting some showers in Seattle. The temperatures 46 degrees along with Greg Herschel time Manda Factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News center Well because of the long holiday weekend, we're a little behind in the brand new numbers on the Colbert Pandemic, the State Department of Health's latest data. Shows a jump of more than 8600 cases. So for more than 150, rather rather 15,000 people have been hospitalized because of the virus, and that's an increase of 633 people. In the past few days, President Trump is questioning the latest cove it death numbers, saying they're inaccurate. Someone's like pop, um, spoke with the Tacoma emergency medicine doctor, Dr Nathan slicker about this. But even as the president disagrees with these sentiments U. S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said on CNN's state of the union that the death count is not inflated from the pulp from a public health perspective. I have no reason to doubt those numbers. And neither does Dr Anthony Fauci, who told Martha Raddatz on ABC this week that we need to have faith in our public health system. The deaths are real deaths. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches go to the hospital to see what the health care workers are dealing with. That's real. That's not fake. This disease is real. This pandemic is real. Let's get over this and get on with living, not fighting about the number of cases. This is just silly. What's more shocking is when you look at some of the data, you can see that it took over 290 days for the country to reach 10 million cases of covert 19. But took less than 55 days to double that amount to 20 million cases in Washington, all but two regions of the state have over 80% of their staff. Hospital beds filled Nick Pop. Um come on. In short supply of covert 19 vaccine doses is leading to a reappraisal of how the vaccine is administered. The New York Times reports. Some scientists are now asking if it might be better to give us many people as possible. The first dose now rather than hold back some of the supply for the required second dose. The argument goes, It might save lives. If more people get some protection. Now, then get the second dose. One more supplies come in. Many health experts argue the first dose provides no more than 50% protection. Not enough to create the herd Immunity needed to stop the virus respected to find out sometime this week who the next group of people will be to receive the covert vaccine in this state. Right now, the state is busily vaccinating health care workers and people who live and work in long term care facilities. First responders in Spokane and couldn't be counties will get their first dose this week. As we hear from co most Carleen Johnson, Healthcare workers, first responders and long term care facilities are getting the first round of those vaccines. Chief Cody Rohrbach was Spokane County Fire District three, says. They're not requiring their firefighters to get it so far, about one third have signed up at both fire district. I think we're all cautiously optimistic that this will be a step towards our ability Come back together, get our get our community community stood back up now. Among the general public enthusiasm.
Fauci says all Americans could have access to a COVID-19 vaccine by April
"What's the timeline for most Americans to get vaccinated against coronavirus, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, tells Good Morning America. If everything pans out health care workers, then the most vulnerable will be vaccinated first, starting hopefully sometime next month. The rest of us will have to wait another six months or so for our shots and of April early May May June. Somewhere around that time, the ordinary citizen should be able to get it. Even with the rapidly rising number of cases across the country, Dr Fauci says the U. S can turn things around if people wear masks, socially distance and take the rules and the virus seriously. Carrie Preston. ABC
Dr. Anthony Fauci: US 'not in good place' as country averages 40,000 cases per day
"Concerned about Cova 19 cases rising as the weather gets colder. Here's a BCS Sherry Preston. We're not in in a a good good place. place. That's That's what what Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says about about Corona Corona virus virus numbers numbers in in the the United United States States right right now now is is the the time time actually actually to to double double down down a a bit, bit, And And I I don't don't mean mean close close when when I I say say that. that. People get concerned that we're talking about shutting down. We're not talking about shutting anything down. We're talking but common sense type of public health measures that we've been talking about all along. He says he has a real concern in Florida, where Governor Rhonda Santis lifted nearly all pandemic restrictions over the weekend. Carrie Preston, ABC. NEW time. 9
Search for survivors of Beirut explosion continues as death toll rises
"The wreckage of to reopen roads around the demolished port in Beirut. International aid is coming in as the government promises to investigate that massive explosion. Several port officials have been placed under house arrest. Carrie Preston