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01:52 min | 10 months ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And the numbers are dramatic. The disease is spreading and relatively rapidly more than 800 new cases in the first week of school, which is four times the number from the week before, UTA epidemiology professor Dr Mark A. Bell tells Channel two action news. There may be many more asymptomatic cases students, potentially not knowing they're infected. They feel fine, but spreading it to others, he says. Face to face learning is no longer helpful or necessary. But many parents and students disagree. They continue email in the university, saying in person instruction should continue. The nation's leading infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says one thing school should not do is send students home to essentially see the infection in the community where they live. UTA is opening Mohr rooms, Tau house students who are showing symptoms or test positive. Georgia Tech has also seen a spike in cases and there are similar trends at Georgia College in Milledgeville and Georgia. Sothern in Statesboro reporting live Bill Koto 95.5 WSB Still to come in Atlanta's William used to Cherokee County High schools were you opening for in person learning and how leading doctor in the White House Dash task force this shooting down a conspiracy theory unheard immunity. Temperature is 71 73 degrees. I'll tell you the chance of rain stays low in five minutes. I'm wsb me your office. Looks like we're getting up in the duty now. 85 south down before Highway 30 for exit 47 reports of a crash too Right? There's a travel advisory for that 29. As it altered it down the highway 30 for around this. Otherwise, we're mostly pretty on the Atlanta Interstate's The Sky. Koster Duster Bold 95.5 thiss portion of Atlanta's Morning news sponsored by Northeast Georgia Health Systems. Gainesville at 702, Here's Marcie Williams and Judge Higginbotham. After two weeks shut down due to Corona virus outbreaks of three Cherokee County High School's.

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Cherokee closes 3rd high school as 500 students quarantined for COVID

Kilmeade and Friends

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Cherokee closes 3rd high school as 500 students quarantined for COVID

"Third high high school school in in Cherokee Cherokee County County to to cancel cancel on on campus campus learning learning until until the the end end of of the the month, month, the the school school system system announced announced over over the the weekend. weekend. 25 25 students students at at the the Canton Canton School have tested positive for Corona virus, and 500 of their classmates have been quarantined for 14 days. Last week, Cherokee County schools temporarily suspended in person instruction at Ottawa and Woodstock high schools.

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02:14 min | 10 months ago

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"Tracking 95.5 W S b Let us news and talk. It is 3 30 Good afternoon. I'm Cheryl Castro Live in the W. Once be 24 hour news center. Creek View becomes the third Cherokee County High School to temporarily closed over Cove in 19 cases. The Cherokee County School district, announcing today, all students will move to virtual learning starting Monday through August 30 1st the school has confirmed 25 cases at the school. 28% of the schools in person. Students are under quarantine as a precaution. A school building will be deep cleaned. More than 300,000 students start their new school year Monday in three Metro area school District's Cobb to camp and Fulton will begin with virtual learning more from WSB is Robin Walensky. Normally, parents would be busy shopping for a new knapsack and cool back to school clothes for the kids. But the number one back to school item the students need in Fulton County is high speed Internet and a solid connection so they can learn from home. The superintendent of schools has been in contact with all of the local providers. The FDA has officially approved a new saliva based test for the Corona virus test is called Saliva Direct, and it was developed by Yale through a program with the N B, A and the Players Association. The saliva test only requires a small sample, and it is much cheaper than swatting, according to CBS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas for $10 instead of over $100 that cost is dramatically lower. Now the goal is to me. Take saliva, direct, easily accessible and increased testing while the U. S and the world continues to wait for unapproved Covert 19 vaccine. Maria Garcia, CBS News, President, Trump's newest pandemic advisor, has been campaigning for kids to return to the classroom. Dr. Scott Atlas is a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Atlas also supports the return of college sports and has been critical of Corona virus lockdowns. WSB NEWS time. 3 32 Now at 8 a.m. Every weekday morning on 95.5 WSB 15 minutes of uninterrupted in depth news, weather and traffic am nonstop new speed. It's another WSB advantage. When you start your day with 95.5.

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07:57 min | 10 months ago

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"Of country we live in. It's all on the line. Paris, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out, calling for a John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. A senior postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been paved from member station W. VPN reports that comes amid concerns over recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure Bao it's got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station W. E. The Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students of the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings. Officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st For NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell, the Dow of 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% gaining 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points. That's a gate of 1.4%. This's NPR and from the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom This is Casey AR W. On Larry Parole on a Wednesday, August 12th. Here's what's happening at 504 L. A County Board of Supervisors. Ability to scale up a three person unit in the public defender's office to track misconduct and use of force by law enforcement in the county could be in danger Case histories. Castle reports that the board asked for a report on the proposal, and it's estimated to cost roughly $2.3 million a year. It's a small number when viewing the $34.9 billion county operating budget, but county CEO Sochi whom I recommended that the board first consider leveraging existing staff and technology to do the job. Mama told the board that the quote eventual rollout of body worn cameras will improve the accountability of police interaction. Even though the program is expected to take roughly a year and 1/2 to roll out toe All patrol deputies public defender Robert Garcia said that a properly skilled law enforcement Accountability unit could be one of the most powerful cost effective and direct means to ensure law enforcement accountability. He also believes that the lack of resource is to call out bad behavior has emboldened some officers will be serious. Counselor reporting the L. A County Sheriff Department says it will begin rolling out body cameras in October. Sheriff Alex Vienna, Waves said today. The 1st 1200 cameras will go to deputies at five stations with another 4000 to come within five years. The absence of body cameras has made the department an outlier among major law enforcement agencies. LAPD introduced the devices five years ago. Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas, who pushed body cams in 2012 has blamed the sheriff's Department for the long delays. Today Vienna Wave a blame county leaders with whom he frequently feuds for dragging their feet. The border supervising ran out of excuses in ways to block it. That's what happened. It took 20 months to overcome the resistance. During a news conference today, he called the use of body cameras a major step toward transparency. And he predicted that the cameras would exonerate deputies accused of misconduct and in today's climate where everyone is doubting the product of law enforcement. I can say honestly, that with the by the one cameras, the public themselves can see that what deputies they're saying and doing in the field matches what they're seeing on video. Villanueva says the sheriff's department is buying a total of 5200 cameras at a cost of $25 million. Support for NPR comes in the Wallace Foundation, working to develop and share practices that can improve learning and enrichment for young people and the vitality of the arts. For everyone, ideas and information at Wallace foundation dot org's It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro and I Mary Louise Kelly. Joe Biden is following in the footsteps of his former boss, president Obama in picking a former rival as his running mate. But before Camilla Harris ran for president and challenged Biden on the debate stage She was the junior senator from California while she's still the junior senator from California, And it's in that role that she has made a name for herself as an aggressive questioner in Senate committee rooms we're going to talk about Harris is Senate career and how that career has positioned her for this moment with NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey Snow had Kelsey Hi there. So come. Blair's has only been Senator Harris for about 3.5 years. Not so long in the grand scheme of Senate career's. How has she used her time there so far? You don't. Not only is it not a lot of time in Senate time, but it's also time spent in the minority where it's notoriously difficult to get legislation passed. You know, her very first speech on the Senate floor was all about the Dream Act. And that's the legislation to provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country as Children, and that has been kind of a central issue for her. She also works on justice related issues like due process for immigrants, and that police reform bill that passed the house earlier this summer. She was a major figure in that, you know, At the same time, she was one of the main sponsors of bill to make lynching a federal crime. Here's how she talked about the convergence of those issues. Black lives have not been taken seriously. Being fully human. And deserving of dignity. And it should not require a maiming or torture. In order for us to recognize a lynching when we see it and recognize it by federal law. So those are major issues for her, And you know, she has been criticized for her background as a tough on crime attorney general back in California, But supporters say her record in the Senate has really been focused on justice and due process was speaking of the background that propelled her to the Senate. She among other past life. She was a prosecutor how she used that experience. You know, it has given her a reputation as a person who will ask direct and pointed questions. I'm thinking about the confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh, now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. She asked him to address specific abortion related cases and whether or not they were correctly decided. She also got into a contentious exchange with him over his insistence that the investigation into Allegations of his past sexual miss kind of wears a witch hunt. Not that got a lot of national attention, and she you know to her tough questioning really did frustrate President Trump and it's something he's brought up repeatedly. He's called her treatment of cabin on nasty, which is a term he has typically reserved for women. So that is how the president says he sees her. What about how her colleagues in the Senate see her? Kelsey is somebody who has walked those halls a Capitol Hill and watched a lot of Senate hearings. How is she perceived there? You know, I've talked to a lot of her colleagues, Democrats and Republicans, and they say she's a very active member on the committee. She works on. She does intelligence and judiciary and homeland security..

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04:08 min | 10 months ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We care about. Our economy. Our health. Our Children. Kind of country we live in. It's all on the line. Paris, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out, calling for a John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. A senior postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been paved from member station W. VPN reports that comes amid concerns over recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure ballots got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station. W. Ay, The Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students of the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings, officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st for NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell, the Dow of 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% gaining 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points. That's a gate of 1.4%. This's NPR This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky New York State tenants who were facing eviction before the covert 19 pandemic have gotten a temporary reprieve. Gotham a Sydney Pereira reports. The state court system is allowing them to stay in their homes through at least October 1st. Under the new guidelines, proceedings on around 200,000 eviction cases filed before March 17th can resume in housing court. Many of those could take months to be resolved. And even in some 14,000 cases where eviction warrants have been issued before the pandemic, the new rules let those people see a judge again. But legal aid attorneys Warren When evictions resume come October 1st tenants can still be kicked out during a dangerous pandemic. Newly released body cam footage from the NYPD shows Officers Teza Ring a queen's man seven times before he died. The footage depicts a June confrontation in which four officers taste 29 year old George is a pan tous. In front of his home. Police were responding to a 911 call from a non looker regarding a confrontation between the White Stone man ended neighbor. The caller claimed a gun was involved. The NYPD says the incident is under internal investigation. Meanwhile, the city's police watchdog agency says it will have to lay off staff due to budget cuts at a time when the NYPD is under unprecedented scrutiny. Citizen's Complaint Review Board chair Frederick Davey. Says City Hall ordered him to cut spending by 4% because of the financial crisis caused by the covert 19 pandemic. It's unclear whether the cut will reduce the board's ability to investigate claims of officer brutality or other misconduct. A news website. Politico is reporting the NYPD. He will also have to cut its budget but is not being asked to lay.

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04:10 min | 10 months ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For America. Everything we care about. Our economy. Our health. Our Children. Kind of country we live in. It's all on the line. PARIS, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out calling for John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. A senior postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been behavior from member station VPN reports that comes amid concerns over a recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure ballots got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station W. A. V. Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students of the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings, officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st for NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell, the Dow off 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% getting 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points at the gate of 1.4%. This's NPR Live from the news and terrorists. Tyler Kaiser Permanente is now expanding its services to include contact tracing, pouring $63 million into the effort to contain the Corona virus is health correspondent April. No, Bosque explains. Contact tracing is generally the responsibility of state and local governments. But many counties have struggled to hire enough tracers to keep up with new infections. Now Kaiser is partnering with the nonprofit Public Health Institute to hire its own. The institute CEO Mary Pittman says a patient who test positive for the virus in a Kaiser clinic will be connected to a Kaiser contact tracer right away, and we think that immediate handoff will make contact tracing. More effective because there won't be a gap in time. She says they will focus on recruiting a diverse, multi lingual workforce who can connect with the communities of color that are most impacted by the virus. I'm April Damn. Bosque News Governor Gavin Newsom is crediting mask wearing for a decline in the spread of Cove in 19 in California at a press conference this afternoon. Newsome said the number of Californians hospitalized with the virus has declined by 19% in the last two weeks. What you are doing is working. Wearing those face masks. Is responsible. I believe disproportionate for this trend line. But the trend line of new daily infections and test positivity rate is still unclear. That's because of a glitch in the state computer system that caused hundreds of thousands of cases to go unreported. Newsom says the backlog will likely be cleared this week in Oakland..

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"cherokee county high school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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03:17 min | 10 months ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"For America. Everything we care about. Our economy. Our health. Our Children. Kind of country we live in. It's all on the line. Paris, The first woman of color on a national ticket says racism needs to be rooted out, calling for a John Lewis Voting Rights Act, referring to the congressman and civil rights leader who recently died. Listen, Your Postal official says the agency won't prioritize mail in ballots for delivery unless states pay for first class postage has been paved from member station VPN reports that comes amid concerns over recent changes at the Postal Service. In the past, voting rights groups say the Postal Service moved mountains to make sure Bao it's got delivered. But at a round table hosted by Senator Mark Warner. USPS is head of Election Mail said ballots would not be prioritized unless they were first class Mail. Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, said it sounded like the Postal Service was trying to quote cut the books. USPS maintains that its policies on ballots haven't changed. The agency's new postmaster has been under fire for promoting cost cutting measures and a sudden reorganization. Democrats say those changes will delay key male ranging from ballots to medicine. For NPR news. I'm Ben Pave your enrichment. Another high school near Atlanta will stop in person learning due to possible exposure to the Corona virus from member station W. E. The Martha Dalton reports. It's the second Cherokee County High School to close in his many days. The district announced it will close Woodstock High School due to 14 confirmed cases of cove in 19 and 15 pending tests. Almost 300 staff and students at the school are quarantined. Ottawa High School was shut down for a similar outbreak. A picture of unmasked Fedewa students standing shoulder to shoulder went viral. Last week. Both schools will shift to remote classes while the district clean school buildings, officials say they expect more quarantines and more school closures as they navigate the pandemic. Officials hope to resume in person classes at both high school's August 31st for NPR News. I'm Martha Dalton in Atlanta. Wall Street was hired by the closing Bell. The Dow up 289 points just over 1% at 27,976. NASDAQ up 2.1% gaining 229 points at 11,012 and the S and P 546 points. That's a gain of 1.4%. This's NPR Authorities are investigating the shooting of a U. S. Air Force helicopter on a training mission in Virginia. This week. D'you, aged one and Huey Chopper made an emergency landing at a regional airport in Manassas, Virginia, just west of Washington. One crew member was injured. FBI and military investigators are trying to determine if the shooting was intentional. Greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase and last July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth. That's according to the latest state of the climate. Report. NPR's Rebecca Hirscher reports. The annual state of the climb report is put together by scientists, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This year's report finds that 2019 was one of the three hottest years ever recorded on Earth.

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Back To (Online) School For Quarantined Students For High School North Of Atlanta

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

01:28 min | 10 months ago

Back To (Online) School For Quarantined Students For High School North Of Atlanta

"That high school in Georgia, where somebody girl was suspended for posting a picture that went viral of Of hundreds of students all crammed into the hallway and they weren't wearing masks north. We're holding high school. Yeah. Now the whole school district has quarantined more than 900 students from that school. Cherokee County School district, including at least 826 students north of Atlanta. The quarantines have affected at least 19 schools in that district and this coming after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said the reopening of some of the state schools During the pandemic has gone well, except for those viral pictures. Well, this this is not the definition of going well, This is a bad omen to because you wonder of Texas schools now and some of our school district. They're gonna look at this and and most of ours have have delayed openings. The bigger ones like Dallas and Fort Worth. They're pushing back the openings of during the four weeks of virtual learning. I wonder if they look at this and say, huh? Maybe we need to do more. Maybe we need to be extra cautious, even more cautious than were being if 900 students and staff are being quarantined because of possible exposure that throws a huge wrench into the whole equation. I'm betting that that wouldn't have happened except for the pictures. Can't that went viral? Because now they've got to be worth more worried than ever before about liability. Financial liability if some of these students get sick or if the If it becomes an epidemic epidemic throughout the school.

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Georgia School District Quarantines Over 900 Students and Teachers

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Georgia School District Quarantines Over 900 Students and Teachers

"School district has quarantined more than 900 students and staff members because of possible exposure to the Corona virus since classes resumed last week. The Cherokee County School district outside Atlanta opened its doors last Monday as the state continues recording about 3500 new virus infections. Each day, Photos surfaced of high school students cluster together and no one wearing masks. About 60 students, teachers and staff have tested positive for the virus, although it's not clear if anyone was infected at school. The district had given parents the option of classroom learning or online, and only about 1/4 of the 42,000 students stayed at home. One high schools now being closed because of the virus spread and quarantines have affected some 20 of the schools in Georgia's Cherokee County. I'm Jackie Quinn,

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Over 900 in Georgia district quarantine as high school shut

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Over 900 in Georgia district quarantine as high school shut

"A Georgia school district is quarantined more than nine hundred students and staff members because of possible exposure to the corona virus since classes resumed last week the Cherokee county school district outside Atlanta opened its doors last Monday as the state continues recording about thirty five hundred new virus infections each day photo surfaced of high school students clustered together and no one wearing masks about sixty students teachers and staff have tested positive for the virus although it's not clear if anyone was infected at school the district had given parents the option of classroom learning or online and only about a quarter of the forty two thousand students stayed at home one high schools now being closed because of the virus spread and quarantines have affected some twenty of the schools in George's Cherokee county hi Jackie Quinn

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Over 900 in Georgia district quarantine as high school shut

Phil's Gang

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Over 900 in Georgia district quarantine as high school shut

"A Georgia school district has quarantined more than 900 students and staff members because of possible exposure to the Corona virus since classes resume this last week. Cherokee County School district outside Atlanta, said it would also temporarily shut down Ah, hard hit high school in which a widely shared photos show dozens of massless students posing

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Parents Rally In Support Of Cherokee County Schools in Greater Atlanta Area, In Face Of Growing COVID-19 Cases

Rush Limbaugh

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Parents Rally In Support Of Cherokee County Schools in Greater Atlanta Area, In Face Of Growing COVID-19 Cases

"Did parents converge upon the Cherokee County Schools office office today? today? Show Show them them that that they they have have parents parents that that are are supporting supporting them them and and supporting supporting the the decisions. decisions. Are Are face face to to face face about about 30 30 of of those those parents, parents, cheering cheering district district staff staff and and waving waving signs. signs. We support Sisi SD for opening our schools, one of them said. That's as after just six days of in person class. The school district says over 800 students and more than 40 teachers are now under quarantine due to exposure to Cove in 19 the largest numbers it at a high worth 300 students must stay home for at least two weeks. A photo of seniors posing shoulder to shoulder for a class picture on the first day of school went viral. Since Cherokee Cherokee County County schools schools schools returned returned returned to to to class class class last last last Monday, Monday, Monday, 38 38 38 students students students and and and 12 12 12 staff staff staff members members members have have have tested tested tested positive positive positive for for for Corona Corona Corona virus. virus. virus. It's It's It's one one one of of of the the the first first first district district district in in in the the the nation nation nation to to to offer offer offer in in in person person person learning. learning. learning.

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Cherokee County Second Grader Tests Positive For Coronavirus

The Erick Erickson Show

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Cherokee County Second Grader Tests Positive For Coronavirus

"Georgia's second grader tested positive for covid nineteen after attending the first day of school, the school district told CNN. Elementary in the Cherokee County School district began in person classes on day. But on Tuesday classroom was temporarily closed for deep cleaning and the teacher and twenty other students had been asked to quarantine for two weeks after the second grader tested positive.

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Atlanta - Paulding, Cherokee Schools Reopening Monday

Dana Loesch

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Atlanta - Paulding, Cherokee Schools Reopening Monday

"Back to school Monday for in person instruction. Even those several members of the North Paulding high football team tested positive. For Corona virus practices at the school have been temporarily suspended. Cherokee County schools also open Monday for fall semester with the bulk of students they're choosing in person instruction. WSB sports

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"To pay raise the filling a campaign promise thousand dollars out of the five promises a big down payment on that. And I'm committed to working on the rest. Sandra Parrish w best be seventy five degrees on Peachtree street. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up. We are tracking the potential for some wet if not severe weather this mother's day weekend. Details from WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. Raynaud's? Go back up late tonight and tomorrow on and off through Sunday, weekend, rain amounts averaging one and a half inches with isolated two to four inch totals possible. Especially north west. So some localized flooding could occur. A few thunderstorms may contain damaging winds. Breaking news. I this is w SP twenty four hour. Continuing news team changing their pleas to guilty today to making threats against their Cherokee county high school two years ago. Nineteen year old Alfred Duprey and eighteen year old Veronica McCurry, pleading guilty Friday to six counts of attempted murder and other felony charges from their plot to blow of Etewa high-school and kill classmates back in two thousand seventeen prosecutor Rachel Carnevale told the court. Class. In addition individuals. In one of the special education class Cherokee county sheriff's officials say they found journals a homemade explosive and an undetermined powder substance during their investigation. A sentencing hearing continues on Monday, no de-escalation of US.

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"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"FDIC SBB Doraville. Cox media group station. Atlanta's twenty four hour. News, weather and traffic. News ninety five and AM seven fifty W SP. Atlanta's news starts now. Friday easing at seven o'clock. I'm sure Castro live in the WSB twenty four hour new center with WSB's top story this hour a pair teens changing their pleas to guilty today to making threats against their Cherokee county high school two years ago. Charges in this. Channel two action news was there. Alfred Duprey and Victoria McCurry both seventeen at the time accused of plotting to attack at a high prosecutor Rachelle Kearns stale told the court. The special education class. One teacher class sentencing hearing now under way that could last through Monday time to check your drive now. Let's check in with Mike shields in the WSB twenty four hour traffic center brand new travel visory on the WSB came. If you're making your way into midtown Atlanta, traveling eighty five south on Reddit, Georgia four hundred number eighty seven bolthole right-lane signal by this crash use be for highway as an alternate. More minutes on WSB much of north Georgia is under a level one threat for severe storm Saturday on mother's day. The chance for severe weather rises to a level two threat. More on the weekend weather from WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish, some dry hours this weekend, but a shower thunderstorm possible anytime of the day or night Sunday looks the wettest according to a half an inch on average Saturday a half to one inch on average Sunday, isolated severe thunderstorm possible both days, but especially Sunday and right now, we're at eighty one degrees on Peachtree street. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up breaking news. I I this is w twenty four hour continuing news. House. Democrats have issued subpoenas for the president's tax returns. After the treasury department refused to voluntarily hand them over. Meanwhile, candid and constructive ital-. President Trump describes U S China trade talks. But no deal reached his new tariffs kick in Georgia's delegation voting eight to six and favor of a major disaster relief Bill for victims of hurricane Michael today. Jamie Dupree in Washington for a second time this year, the house moved to help those hit by hurricane Michael Georgia Democrats and for bishops the third straight year hurricane damage caused -nificant losses for Republicans most of them voted. No. But not congressman buddy Carter. We cannot continue to hold our farmers at bay. This main stumbling block is still the same on the disaster. Bill is.

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"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Faked a hate crime or drop says it's gratified on Smith's behalf that all charges have been dropped and points out smollet has always maintained his innocence. But the network doesn't save smollet will be back on the show or not ABC's. Jason Nathanson says Chicago's mayor is outrage. A whitewash of Justice. Prosecutors insists Millette is not exonerated. Education secretary Betsy DeVos defense eliminating all money for Special Olympics from her budget. We had to make some decisions with this budget. But California congresswoman, Barbara Lee, just isn't having it. I still can't understand why you would go after disabled children in your budget. Devos says private industry and nonprofits can pick up the slack statehouse. Moves to fix a loophole and Georgia law that lets certain school employees get away with sex with students sixteen the state supreme court tossed out a sexual assault case against Robert Morrow. A pair pro in wrestling coach at a Cherokee county high school charged with having sex with a sixteen year old student. The justices saying the law only applies to teachers and principals Representative Ed Setzer, presented the Bill in the house that would include all employees and agents of the school. It finally closes that gap and criminalizes behavior of adults that are not teachers and principals from having sex with kids. Go back to the Senate now to approve changes made in the house from the state capital senior parish WSB Norfolk Southern breaks ground on its new headquarters in mid town. The rail giants already in the process of moving personnel from Virginia more than three hundred dispatches of relocated. In the first wave of corporate staffers is should make the move this summer the half billion dollar headquarters should be ready in two thousand twenty one Powerball builds into one of the all time biggest US jackpot. There has been a Powerball winner since the day after Christmas, and that's caused the jackpot to swell to at least seven hundred fifty million dollars head of tonight's drawing. It'll be the fourth largest lottery prize in American history ABC's Brian Clark says the lump sum option tops four hundred sixty five million the drawings tonight just before eleven on channel two WBZ news time seven eighteen next. Traffic update includes some building delays Georgia four hundred unless the two minutes. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish and dependable five day forecast. Sponsored by Breda pest management. They handle bugs and critters chilly. Start to the day jacket weather again today, but remaining dry lingering clouds will be clearing out temperatures running about six degrees below normal..

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Two Cherokee County schools warn parents of whooping cough exposure

Dana Loesch

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Two Cherokee County schools warn parents of whooping cough exposure

"Five cases of whooping, cough, confirmed at schools and North Carolina. I think there's a vaccine for that. This is FOX eight Moore county, North Carolina five cases of pertussis. Also, whooping cough. Okay. Whooping or whooping cough. 'cause I hear here we go. I can't say whooping cough. It sounds weird. Tweet Whoopie cushion isn't bluffing cough. Whooping cough. Anyway, they were all from the same more county school system, the West End elementary school and highly contagious, obviously bacterial disease. Everyone is being treated.

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Dozens of homes evacuated around Terrell Co. chicken plant

Handel on the Law

01:39 min | 3 years ago

Dozens of homes evacuated around Terrell Co. chicken plant

"Wsb twenty four hour news center top story this half hour former president jimmy carter started his commencement speech saturday at liberty university in virginia with a gentle jab at president trump he said the crowd was even bigger than for trump's speech there in two thousand seventeen but didn't know if trump would admit it carter's speech focused mainly on human rights and equality lieutenant governor casey keiko faces state ethics complaint accuses him of using taxpayer funded resources to fuel his complaint against decatur as a sanctuary city it goes on to link that alleged violation to his campaign for governor board chairman sean hanley says it'll meet june seventh twenty seven on the cable situation wsb's top national story the mother of one of santa fe's shooting victims says the seventeen year old suspect targeted her daughter for for rejecting his romantic advances sadie rodriguez says daughter shayna fisher made it clear to the shooter she was not interested in him the cherokee county school system is warning drivers that high school students will be getting out early starting monday and it could affect traffic students will be able to leave early after final exams from ten am monday the twentyfirst through thursday the twenty fourth middle and elementary schools are not affected wsb news time one thirty one does wsb meteorologist kirk mellish mean to you he's accurate has one of the things you could depend on another wsb advantage time he knows what's coming he knows how to tell the the forecast of what's going to hit atlantic depend.

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WSB-AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"With nice weather on tap for friday but how does the weekend look atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up breaking news first first this is wsb 24hour continuing news details this hour on the man shot and killed tonight at a mexican restaurant in clayton county police say someone slipped into the back of l run cheryl mexican restaurant on tara boulevard they got in through a propped up door in the kitchen the two teens who had a hitlist accused of plotting against their cherokee county high school making their first appearance today before a judge he says no bond was an imminent threat victoria mccurry an alfred deprieve were softspoken wearing orange and white stripes as they faced a judge at the cherokee county jail cure frank reynolds says his detective told him their plot would have been columbine like we're talk about modal we can speculate with a concern here is that we prevented suffering from possibly up we all know forever would've certainly happy for the fact that we took quick action we say juncture large as but that detailed diary found at dupree's house note journal but not necessarily a metal in canton veronica waters wsb deadly restaurant crashing snowville in gwinnett county on west main street a car crashing into the emine j county buffet one customer one customer a man in his seventies killed waitress jennifer crank shall was overcome when she heard the man in his early 70s was killed in the accident she'd been stating near the booth when it happened lady came through the restaurant i guess gadsden said he hit the break and there was a man sitting at a table and he got thrown in there was another man in a booed the other man who didn't want to give his name suffered my injuries table pushed over me and push me about twenty feet into the restaurant police said the woman is in her late '60s no word of she'll face charges in snowville sandra parrish wsb police in i do confirm that that female driver confuse the gas pedal four the break president trump taking steps to reduce the number of people who die every year from drug overdoses trump looking to crack down on illegal shipments of drugs like fencing all from places like china two weeks i will be in china with prison and she and i will mention this as a top priority wsb news time coming up on 9'0 three traffic and weather next coverage white house led by wsb's jamie dupree everyday on news 955 and am 750 wsb at jamiedupreecom i'm jamie dupree in washington dc when we're not doing the.

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"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The suspect in the shooting of six people in maryland in delaware including three who died is in custody harford county sheriff's office in maryland tweeted tonight at thirty seven year old radi prince was apprehended a short time ago and delaware by itf an allied law enforcement agencies the white house says president donald trump isn't a twenty five thousand dollar check he promised to the father of an army sergeant killed in afghanistan the washington post reported today that trump offered the money during a telephone conversation with the father of dillon baldrige a few weeks after the twenty two year old was killed in afghanistan on june 10th a cherokee county high school teachers last day in class could be november first that is if the board accepts our resignation from lynn or led ski involved in a make america great again tshirt controversy the georgia board of regents will now take up a special review view of how kennesaw state university handled the situation around five cheerleaders who chose to neil during the national anthem before a game in september could there be another toll road coming to the metro efforts are underway gwinnett county to help relieve trapping at wants to extend sugarloaf parkway from where it currently ends at 316 all the way to hide tides about a six to seven mile extension of sugarloaf parkway in it provides a lot of relief to some of the arterial a collector roads in the area for tasting director alan chapman says because of the two hundred eighty five million dollar price tag a toll road would have to help find it jacob i lives in lawrenceville and is all for it if you're what south good would've traffic one month sentence would would idea in gwinnett county sandra parrish wsb the first site county commission will hear tomorrow a proposal aimed at cracking down on people who abuse animals for site county commission chairman toddler event is proposing a new law that would prevent anyone convicted of animal abuse or neglect from working with animals in.

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"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"cherokee county high school" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In the wsb 24hour news settler he will cut taxes tremendously president trump tells tax reform is he has to indiana the sketch out the tax cuts he hopes congress will pass on the double we plan to move forward ard next priority which is reforming their american tax code and a significant way for the first in thirty year senate majority leader mitch mcconnell regrouping after another health care reform fail the gop plan would simplify tax brackets double the standard deduction and sliced the corporate tax rate but his wsb's jamie dupree points out nothing is in bill form yet you can read more on jamie's blog at wsb radio dot com president trump intends to cap the number of refugees admitted to the us next year it 45000 the quota hasn't been that low since 1980 and it's less than half the one hundred ten thousand allowed by president obama last year breaking news first first this is wsb 24hour continuing news rockets are fired at the international airport in kabul afghanistan in a right that may have been aimed at us defense secretary james mattis he had left the airport with the nato secretary general by van five civilians were wounded some property damage as reported both the taliban and isis claim responsibility private citizens are stepping up to fill the void in disaster aid to hurricane decimated puerto rico rapper pit bull did something very nice he sent his private jet down here to puerto rico to take cancer patients back to the mainland people who so desperately needed tree reporter david begg no says the island is desperately short of food fuel and clean water stung by criticism his administration is not moving fast enough president trump will visit the island tuesday the president deletes his tweet supporting interim senator luther ranged after former chief justice roy more defeat strange in the alabama republican senate primary runoff more will face democrat doug jones in december a candidate for governor in georgia rallies today outside of cherokee county high school to try to get a math teacher fired after she told students to turn their trump tshirts inside out river rich high school bars michael williams and others from school grounds citing safety the school is already apologize.

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