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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Traffic and Weather news radio 700 W L. Galligan, Cincinnati The number of injuries have gone up after a mass shooting at a Juneteenth celebration in California. With the to 30 Report. I'm Sarah, least breaking now. Police in Oakland now say seven victims were hit by gunfire when possibly two shooters opened fire in the crowd at a Juneteenth celebration of the city's Lake Merritt. Last night as seventh victim, a female walked into a hospital with a gunshot injury. The six who were injured from gunshots are all stable now. The one man who died in the shooting has been identified as a 22 year old San Francisco resident. Police have two suspects in custody who are caught running from the scene, They say with guns Alec Stone, ABC News and now for your latest traffic and weather together, you still have your usual backups headed in both directions near the Brent Spence bridge. This is, of course, due to that big painting projects going on. Other than that, though I'm not seeing any other major accidents or delays at this time. But if you do see anything, just give us a call at 4 to 1 63 97, now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. The thermometer will reach 90 today, but feel like temperatures will be in the mid to upper nineties for this father's Day and first day of summer. The mix of sun and clouds by Monday brings low to mid eighties, but it also brings the next rain chance. Showers and storms are expected by the afternoon from severe weather station I'm nine first winning meteorologist Austin Winfield News Radio 700 w L W the radar's all clear and it's currently 83 degrees here in Cincinnati. Hamilton County Sheriff's Office is investigating after someone stole. Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey is car from her driveway on Saturday morning around eight o'clock. Her vehicle was found later on in the day. Around one o'clock. However, her weapon that was secured in her car is still missing. Police are now investigating this incident. Meanwhile, in northern Kentucky man is now in custody after leading police on a chase last weekend..

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Senator Josh Holly has accused Democrats who filed an ethics complaint against him and fellow Republican Ted Cruz of working with the anti Trump Lincoln Project. That group's founder, Rick Wilson, accuses hauling and crews of trying to negate the votes of blacks in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia. What they are asking is to give those tapes to Donald Trump by disqualifying tens of millions of African American votes to put it very mildly, You know, we're not going to put up with that all, he says. The Lincoln Project has peddled falsehoods about his objections to the vote total. Jim Brilliant ABC News on now for your latest traffic and weather together from the You see how traffic center You see Health and science lives. Hope there's an accident North bound 71 shortly after you come out of the tunnel, but everybody is over on the right shoulder and out of the way. Police cruisers have left that scene there waiting on the tow truck. 1 38 is open again, and Highland County that is just below Hillsborough between Danville Road and Mad River Road after an earlier wreck, Chuck Ingram, NewsRadio 700 wlw. Now the lady's forecast from the train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw, cloudy and cold Today we'll see a high of 35 with a story is the snow that comes in this evening. We are under a winter weather advisory starting at 4 P.m.. But on Lee are very southern counties north of the river. You'll be lucky to see a dusting of snow but to the south up to one inch is possible. Tonight snows out down to 20 and then tomorrow hive only 31 with a partly cloudy sky from your severe weather station. I'm nine first morning, meteorologist said. Catch Mark news radio 700 wlw. The radars all clear for now, And right now we're seeing some cloudy skies and it's currently 35 degrees here in Cincinnati, Hamilton County's Health department.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yesterday. We'll hit a high of 45 tomorrow We can see snow this time of the day in the afternoon. This 43 degrees right now. On Wall Street. Stock prices are up, but just slightly. The Dow is ahead. 16 points. The NASDAQ is ahead, 10. The other potential candidates for mayor of Cincinnati is narrowing. Former Mayor Mark Mallory's not going toe return to City Hall, according to Cincinnati Enquirer. Reporters, sharing Coolidge. He also reporting today that former Councilman David Pepper, You just stepped down as the Democratic Party chair in Ohio is not going to run either. Pandemic is killed convention business in the city convention. The society US, a convention bureau, saying 132,000 rooms booked for meetings in the city last year were canceled. Hotel revenue down more than 50% with the future of convention business in jeopardy. So too, now plans for a brand new hotel in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. Hamilton County's committed $54 million already to tearing down the Millennium Hotel, but They don't have a development deal for a replacement hotel on the site. It is expected that the site in the heart of downtown Cincinnati at Fifth and Elm could become a vacant lot for some time to come. For many it shades of Fountain Square. West City had to use that prime property downtown is the surface parking lot for years when they couldn't find a developer for it. Next up dates of one I'm Brian comes on his radio 70 oww! Find unspeakable piece When I come to these grounds, Catholic cemeteries are sacred ground there times that we come here and we just want peace. We won't quiet. If you need help facing a death in the family talk to your parish priest. We just want to feel.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the past day and 42 new deaths and Kentucky reports nearly 4000 new cases. 19 New death. Now the latest traffic and weather together. Not seeing any major delays in the tri state, except for north bound 75 through the Ken would cut in the hill is slow. There always is because of the construction, otherwise no other major delays to report At the South, now, the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives, advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com in the Tri state forecast isolated snow showers a lower 29 Our weekend looks like our mornings will be with just clouds and a chance of flurries. Then in the afternoon, we're looking at so showers highs right near 35 degrees, both for our Saturday and Sunday. Some areas could experience a quick drop invisibility and slick roads because of the snow showers from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW have some scattered rain showers and scattered snow showers in the Tri state right now, nothing heavy. And our temperature right now is 36 degrees and Cincinnati Hamilton County and the city of Cincinnati. They've announced a one stop website. Help People register for vaccines because next week is when the state of Ohio starts vaccinating Ohioans, 80 and older the addresses test and protect since he dot com Also rolled out today a hotline the number 211. We're hoping that the phone number will primarily be utilized for those that can't do it online. I just want to furnish that caveat because we're Concerned, I guess a little bit that we're going to be overwhelmed.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:03 min | 11 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good news in your life got no sight after this week. I do. And that is this a massive his arm. He's been around for a while there helping the homeless population throughout the tri state well specifically in Cincinnati, and largely because the founders of mass lows army Were once almost themselves, so they have a lot of street cred. When it comes to talking to people who are experiencing homeless and the good news is they just signed a lease to turn the old Queen's Gate jail. And we've debated what to do with the Queen's shape Queens Gate Shelf for a while now, But they're going to turn that into the first day care center for homeless here in the Cincinnati area, and they go fighters. Sam Landis. He's on the show Now, Sam. Good morning. How are you? Morning floating. How are you? I'm doing fine. This is a really good news in a day and age where we have no seemingly no good news. Other than what may be the vaccines coming out. Then we heard five years said. Well, not so fast. We had a team advance. We're gonna start over and we've yet to approve it for use in the United States. It sounds like we're on the cusp of great news there. But that's now been pushed back a little bit. So we're backed up nothing but bad news. This is a piece of good news. Why? Well, this was four years in the making. So this was a vision when Muslims army first started that we would have Cincinnati Hamilton County, the state of Ohio very first. A center and that would be a place that individuals experiencing homelessness can go in 8 12 hours a day. Um, you know, get on computers talk with peer support specialist navigational specialist people that have been out there experiencing homelessness, overcome addiction, alcoholism and mental illness. Working with one another to provide a hand up, said that, um, you know, ultimately we can help the individual become healthy and productive members of society and get them oust. So this was a huge thing for a huge victory for Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Paid for by cares Act dollars, and it couldn't have come at a better time. As as manure the organizations out there at limited capacity as you can imagine, Due to the pandemic, they only serve certain hours certain there's so many individuals that time. So you know the fact that we were able Tomo You know, mix up with David Ward, who is the owner, proprietor of this property that he bought a few years back that he had done some renovations and was willing to read this to math. Liu's Army to become a day center is is very significant. How many people at one time could be there? Great. So that's 20,000 square feet. Ah, lot of wide open spaces, Classrooms, offices. So, you know doing the math 20,000, you know, divided by 36 up to 555, but we're planning on serving around. You know 3 to 3 50, which is a solid number and and you know, this is good, And it's also bad in that. You're gonna open up. I think in the next week at the soft opening, right thinking by certainly By Christmas, you're gonna be open and ready to go to get And that's when the weather is going to start to turn Now, Obviously, it's pretty been pretty cold the last couple days, but that's unusual when they're really, really cold temps come. You will be ready to take folks in during the day. Because normally they don't have anywhere to go. Um on, but but we also have Cove. It So what may ask Sam Landis. You guys open this thing We've got covert 19. Is this just gonna cause people to get sicker and maybe the homeless who, Because if there's any upside I guess would be is to you. You may be spaced away from other people. You're outdoors on Baby Cove. It is you're less likely to get co but I don't know if that's true or not, But take me through that scenario. Okay, So so the very first thing that happens when a client comes to the door, they have their temperature taking their given masks. They're given a bottle of hand sanitizer. You know where we practice safe, social distancing. There's a lot of space. So, you know. There's this is just a vast amount of space. And then there's always gonna be education on Cove in 19 and the importance of not gathering together in groups while they're here. Now they will be working with one on one peer support and navigational specialist. Each member of my staff, which we're working today. We're actually after jail today doing some work with the H M s program. Everybody will be entered into a program through strategies to end homelessness called clarity. So we can keep track of these individual we work with and and kind of show their progress. And as as we tried to lift them off the streets, but but we were going to be working with the health department. In fact, they're they're donating mast and cleaning supplies and certain things, and then we'll be working with nurses and our staff is highly competent when it comes to educating on program 19 Gotcha. So that's the other thing is getting getting those who are homeless, experiencing homelessness in Cincinnati, Sam Adams from Hassles Army Um, some some knowledge about about combat has been up to this point. How is Cho been impacted the homeless population here. Well from September of 2019 to September of 2020. We have seen a 38% increase on individuals living on the streets. That doesn't mean homelessness altogether. See what what has happened As a result of this pandemic, people that were living with family members or friends on couches on forth whatnot. They're forced out of those places. Because of the high wished, spreading the virus. So we're seeing a spike and people that are living directly on the street. And now now is when we really need to act in an offer solutions as you could remember. It was the day after Christmas December. 26 2017 were. We lost our valuable family member in Martin, who froze to death at a bus stop right rednecks about square. You know.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:08 min | 11 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News and all that ban. It ain't all bad news and some good news in your life got no sight after this week, I do And that is this a massive his arm. He's been around for a while there, helping the homeless population throughout the tri state well, specifically in Cincinnati. And largely because the founders of mass lows army were once almost themselves. So they have a lot of street cred when it comes to talking to people who are experiencing homeless and the good news is they just signed the lease. Turn the old Queen's Gate jail and we've debated what to do with the Queen's shape Queens Gate shelf for a while now, but they're going to turn that into the first day care center for homeless here in the Cincinnati area, and they Fighters. Sam Landis. He's on the show now, Sam. Good morning. How are you? Morning. Baloney. How are you? I'm doing fine. This is a really good news in a day and age where we have no seemingly no good news. Other than what may be the vaccines coming out. Then we heard five years said. Well, not so fast. We had a team advance. We're gonna start over and we've yet to approve it for use in the United States. It sounds like we're on the cusp of great news there, but that's now been pushed back a little bit. So we're backed up nothing but bad news. This is a piece of good news. Why? Well, this was four years in the making. So this was a vision when Muslims army first started that we would have Cincinnati Hamilton County, the state of Ohio very first. Hey, center, And that would be a place that individuals experiencing homelessness congee Oh, in 8 12 hours a day, Um, you know, get on computers talk with peer support specialist navigational specialist people that have been out there experiencing homelessness, overcome addiction, alcoholism and mental illness. Working with one another to provide a hand up, said that, um, you know, ultimately we can help the individual become healthy and productive members of society and get them oust. So this was a huge thing for a huge victory for Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Paid for by cares Act dollars, and it couldn't have come at a better time. As as manure the organizations out there at limited capacity as you can imagine, Due to the pandemic, they only serve certain hours certain there's so many individuals that time. So you know the fact that we were able to, um You know, mix up with David Ward, who is the owner, proprietor of this property that he bought a few years back that he had done some renovations and was willing to read this to master his army to become a day center is is very significant. Many people at one time could be there. Great. So that's 20,000 square feet. Ah, lot of wide open spaces, Classrooms, offices. So, you know doing the math 20,000, you know, divided by 36 up to 555. But we're planning on serving around 3 to 3 50, which is a solid number and and you know, this is good, And it's also bad in that. You're gonna open up. I think in the next week at the soft opening, right thinking by certainly By Christmas, you're gonna be open and ready to go to get And that's when the weather is going to start to turn Now, Obviously, it's pretty been pretty cold the last couple days, but that's unusual when they're really, really cold temps come. You will be ready to take folks in during the day. Because normally they don't have anywhere to go. Um on, but but we also have Cove. It So what may ask Sam Landis. You guys open this thing We've got covert 19. Is this just gonna cause people to get sicker and maybe the homeless who, Because if there's any upside I guess would be is to you. You may be spaced away from other people. You're outdoors on Baby Cove. It is you're less likely to get co but I don't know if that's true or not, But take me through that scenario. Okay, So so the very first thing that happens when a client comes to the door, they have their temperature taking their given masks. They're given a bottle of hand sanitizer. You know where we practiced a social distancing. There's a lot of space. So, you know. There's this is just such a vast amount of space. And then there's always gonna be education on covert 19 and the importance of not gathering together in groups while they're here. Now they will be working with one on one peer support and navigational specialist each member of my staff, which we're working today. We're actually at the jail today doing some work with the H M. I s program. Everybody will be entered into a program through strategies to end homelessness called clarity. But we can keep track of these individual we work with and and kind of show their progress. And as as we tried to lift him off the streets, but we were going to be working with the health department. In fact, they're they're donating mast and cleaning supplies and certain things and then we'll be working with nurses and our staff is highly competent when it comes to educating on probe in 19 Gotcha. So that's the other thing is getting getting those who are homeless, expressing homeless distances. Nay, Sam Adams from Vessels Army Um, some some knowledge about about command has a bed up to this point. How is Cho been impacted the homeless population here. Well from September of 2019 to September of 2020. We have seen a 38% increase on individuals living on the streets. That doesn't mean homelessness altogether. See what has happened as a result of this pandemic, people that were living with family members or friends on couches on Florida whatnot. They're forced out of those places. Because of the high wished, spreading the virus. So we're seeing a spike and people that are living directly on the street and now now is when we really need to act in and offer solutions. As you can remember. It was the day after Christmas December 26 2017 where we lost our valuable family member in Martin, who froze to death at a bus stop right right next about square. You know that.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It ain't all bad news and some good news in your life Got no sight after this week. I do. And that is this. A mass ALS army's been around for a while there helping the homeless population throughout the tri state will specifically in Cincinnati and largely because the founders of mass lows army Were once almost themselves, so they have a lot of street cred. When it comes to talking to people who are experiencing homeless and the good news is they just signed a lease to turn the old Queen's Gate jail. And we've debated what to do with the queen shaped queens Gate Shut for a while now, But they're going to turn that into the first day care center for homeless here in the Cincinnati area, and they go fighters. Sam Landis. He's on the show Now, Sam. Good morning. How are you? Morning. Baloney. How are you? I'm doing fine. This is a really good news in a day and age where we have no seemingly no good news. Other than what may be the vaccines coming out. Then we heard five years said. Well, not so fast. We had a team advance. We're gonna start over and we've yet to approve it for use in the United States. It sounds like we're on the cusp of great news there, but that's now been pushed back a little bit. So we're backed up nothing but bad news. This is a piece of good news. Why? Well, this was four years in the making. So this was a vision When massless Army first started that we would have Cincinnati Hamilton County, the state of Ohio very first. Hey, center, And that would be a place that individuals experiencing homelessness can go in 8 12 hours a day. Um, you know, get on computers talk with peer support specialist navigational specialist people that have been out there experiencing homelessness, overcome addiction, alcoholism and mental illness. Working with one another to provide a hand up, said that, um, you know, ultimately we can help the individual become healthy and productive members of society and get them oust. So this was a huge thing for a huge victory for Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Paid for by cares Act dollars, and it couldn't have come at a better time as as many of the organizations out there at limited capacity As you can imagine, Due to the pandemic, they only serve certain hours certain there's so many individuals that time. So you know the fact that we were able to, um You know, mix up with David Ward, who is the owner, proprietor of this property that he bought a few years back that he had done some renovations and was willing to read this to master his army to become a day center is is very significant. How many people at one time could be there? Great. So that's 20,000 square feet. Ah, lot of wide open spaces, Classrooms, offices. So, you know doing the math 20,000 you know, divided by 36 up to 555, but one planning on serving around 3 to 3 50, which is a solid number and and you know, this is good, And it's also bad in that You're gonna open up. I think in the next week at the soft opening, right thinking by certainly By Christmas, you're gonna be open and ready to go to get And that's when the weather is going to start to turn Now, Obviously, it's pretty been pretty cold the last couple days, but that's unusual when they're really, really cold temps come. You will be ready to take folks in during the day. Because normally they don't have anywhere to go. Um on, but but we also have Cove. It So what may ask Sam Landis. You guys open this thing We've got covert 19. Is this just gonna cause people to get sicker and maybe the homeless who, Because if there's any upside I guess would be is to you. You may be spaced away from other people. You're outdoors on Baby Cove. It is you're less likely to get co but I don't know if that's true or not, But take me through that scenario. Okay, So so the very first, you know, thing that happens when a client comes through the door. They have their temperature taking their given masks. They're given a bottle of hand sanitizer. You know where we practice a social distancing. There's a lot of space, so you know. There's this is just a vast amount of space. And then there's always gonna be education on covert 19 and the importance of not gathering together in groups while they're here. Now they will be working with one on one peer support and navigational specialist each member of my staff, which we're working today. We're actually at the jail today doing some work with the H M. I s program. Everybody will be entered into a program through strategies to end homelessness called clarity. S so we can keep track of these individual we work with and and kind of show their progress. And as as we tried to lift them off the streets, but but we were going to be working with the health department. In fact, they're they're donating mast and cleaning supplies and certain things, And then we'll be working with nurses and our staff is highly competent when it comes to educating on proving 19 Gotcha. So that's the other thing is getting getting those who are homeless. Experiencing homelessness. Is this navy Sam Adams from vessels? Army? Um, some some knowledge about about combat hasn't been up to this point. How is Cho been impacted the homeless population here? Well from September of 2019 to September of 2020. We have seen a 38% increase on individuals living on the streets. That doesn't mean homelessness altogether. See what what has happened As a result of this pandemic, people that were living with family members or friends on couches on Florida whatnot. They're forced out of those places. Because of the high risk of spreading the virus. So we're seeing a spike and people that are living directly on the street and now now is when we really need to act in and offer solutions. As you can remember. It was the day after Christmas December, 26 2017 were we lost our valuable family member in Martin, who froze to death at a bus stop right rednecks about square. You know.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And light volume and to sound now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. We'll have a sunny day with a high of 53 Tonight Not quite his cold, low 42 with a few clouds and then tomorrow cloudy skies high of 55 43 degrees right now Radar's clear here in Cincinnati. Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neal was emotional issue gave an update about the deputy involved in the crash just over two weeks ago. I'm sad to report The deputy Your call. Adam McMillan. To come to his injuries. Corporal Adam MacMillan had been in a coma ever since October 8th when he collided with a metro bus on Beechman Avenue while on duty. Sheriff Neil says McMillan is a hero who will live on as an organ donor. No details yet on any sort of services for MacMillan. They said they need time to grieve. A report that a group of people in quotes, plan to arrest governor to wine and his Cedarville home is now being investigated by oh HP and pickle police. It was reported there in pick what the person indicated that the allegation The person indicated in the allegation told W. R I O T V and Dayton that they would address this investigation outside the Statehouse on Monday afternoon. Governor DeWine responded yesterday. I'm not gonna comment on the facts here. I've heard the allegation. But look, we have people in every state. Who believe that they can take the law in their own hands with people who believe that government see legitimate. It's incumbent upon all of us to denounce that will follow this and have more on Monday. Radio 700 wlw. Sports Ohio State than Nebraska is at noon today from Columbus. Louisville is that noon with Florida.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on WTVN

"Within US jurisdiction included Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard and its elite branch. The could force both have already then long under several U. S. Sanctions are also two related Iranian propaganda outlets. No specifics about what they all did. Email disinformation voters is alleged by U. S intelligence. NBC's Chuck Sivertsen. In two hours from now, President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will meet in their final debate of the campaign made commission requiring both candidates to test negative for covert 19 and officials say they both Fast. There's still an unanswered question if President Trump did that before their last face to face debate, despite the White House, saying he did the president and his doctors have refused to say when his last negative test was before he went to the hospital with covert 19. ABC is Andy Field 12 days to the election. At least 47 million votes have already been cast. That's more than the total for 2016. The White House says President Trump will vote on Saturday in West Palm Beach, Florida. The FDA has approved Ramdev severe as a treatment for covert 19. The drug has been shown to speed recovery and hospitalized patients. This okay is coming. His cases continue to rise across the nation, Utah governor Gary Herbert pleading with residents to avoid gathering. We're fine, in fact, doesn't matter if he had love each other and your family or friends. That doesn't make you immune from getting the covert 19 virus has hospitals are running out of I C u beds in a state. Another body's been found in an unmarked mass grave, and it holds the cemetery as a search for remains from the cities. 1921 race massacre comes to an end, at least 12 sets of remains were found. You're listening to ABC News News Radio, 6 10 W. TV and Malice and Wiant Governor Mike DeWine's briefing today, he reported the 38 counties there now, with the Red Level three on the state's color coded Corona virus alert system. Ohio's Corona virus stats continue to rise. Newly reported cases hospitalizations in ICU admissions all above their three week averages. 74% of Ohioans are living in a red can 74% on ly 1% are living in a yellow count. Governor. DeWine says Three counties are now on the watch list to Goto level for purple Alert, which is severe exposure and spread Cincinnati's Hamilton County nearby Clark County and northeast Ohio's Cuyahoga County. I'm Jack Crumley, they said, the highest number of counties at that red level since the start of the pandemic. Ohio's new Daily case count today, top 2425 reported in the last 24 hours. That is the highest number of new cases in the state since the pandemic took hold. Whole foods is.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Delegate Cincinnati Hamilton County on the watch list for covert 19. This is the 3 30 report. I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now dangerously close to purple. The Ohio governor calling out Hamilton County is one of three counties statewide, edging nearer to the highest level of advisory for covert 19 because of the virus spreading. Three counties that we put on the watch list. All would qualify this week is purple. But our system says you gotta be purple. Two weeks before we show you is purple. So they're on our watch list. They're not. They're not governor. The wine in his news conference this afternoon, Kaya, Hoga County, the Cleveland area and Clark County. Which is the Springfield area are the other two counties getting closer to purple once at that color that will affect How a school district does its teaching Cincinnati public schools to shut down in person learning Under that scenario, currently there in hybrid mode, according to criteria we laid out then we will shut down. If the county or when the county goes Purple Cincinnati School board member Mike McCroskey on the Scots Sloan show earlier today, today, a record setter in Ohio with more than 2400 new cases In the past day, Indiana nearly 2900 new cases of covert 19 that sets a daily record in the Hoosier state. And in Dearborn in Ohio counties in South East Indiana. They lead the entire state in seven day positivity rates. 29% in Ohio County, 17% in Dearborn, Kentucky's latest numbers coming out next hour. Let's check the roads. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic Center and preferred cancer care lives. Better outcome. Schedule your annual cancer screening with Jussi Health by calling 513475 8000 Accident North bound 71 at 2 75 Right lane is blocked. You tap on the brakes past five for 75 north still stop and go in northern Kentucky from Buttermilk Pike all the way up to that earlier wreck. We had a 12 street, but all lanes Air open a 12 Street. That's the good news. South 75 still moving a bit slow approaching paddock Road accident there blocking the right shoulder and you slow back to about Shepherd Lane. Jason Erhard on news radio 700 wlw, now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw, decreasing clowns and a high of 79 degrees. The seven maybe a bit more late day, son. But tonight clouds rolling right back in with a low 69. The clouds are all in response to rain chance coming back for Friday will be isolated in the morning, spawning throughout the rest of the afternoon and evening.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Say four of the six men planned to meet Wednesday to make a payment on explosives and exchange tactical gear. The FBI quoted one of the accused as saying Whitmer has no checks and balances and uncontrolled power that must end Wittmer has been praised, but also deeply criticized for her response to covert 19 Mark Malard. ABC NEWS The Detroit News reporting. Some of those suspects met in Ohio near Columbus. Back in June. Free Corona virus testing will be available starting tomorrow at multiple branches of the Cincinnati Hamilton County Public Library. Those branches include Avondale Cove, Dael Norwood in the West End. There are tests available to anyone who lives works or goes to school in Hamilton County. It runs from 11 a.m. to 5. 30 PM no appointment needed though long lines been reported. Previous testing sites. We are expecting a Corona virus update from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine coming up in about a half hour. We will have that covered for you and bring you news updates. Cincinnati tradition is still happening amid the pandemic. It was supposed to happen back in June but was delayed by the Corona virus. This year's ho Marama 2020. Is happening this weekend and since, as East end features eight homes built along the river near the intersection of Riverside Drive and Delta Avenue. Those homes have a price tag of between 1.2 on $1.6 million, and this is the first time Oh, Maram has been held in the city of Cincinnati. In the fill cases 57 year history. Each of the homes built in Walworth junction and old railroad hub have rooftop patios and views of the river and downtown. Um, show officially open Saturday runs for October. 25th tickets at the door or $19 on Brian comes news Radio seven w W on Wall Street Right now, the Dow is up. 87 points the NASDAQ Up 42 the S and P Up, 21. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next updated two o'clock.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ohio this is the seven thirty report on MapReduce breaking now Ohio with eight hundred and ninety two new cases seventeen new deaths in the past twenty four hours governor highlighting a spike in Hamilton County during this afternoon's news conference also speaking Dr Richard Lofgren of the university of Cincinnati so to summarize as what's happening in the greater Cincinnati Hamilton County area again we've seen that I think the real uptick in the number of cases it seems to be way disproportionate younger adults we are still so seeing some increase in the hospitalization regret it does tell us that these viruses he was having a a bit of a comeback governor DeWine says he's not ready to issue any orders for people to wear masks we're not there yet we hope we don't get there this is a discussion that that we will have their health department will have with their health department of social discussion I'll have directly with the mayor's indirectly with county commissioners and whoever in whatever it is is the is the right authorities so these are these are not gonna be unilateral decisions the governor says he expects that next week the state will have guidelines ready to release for the re opening of schools Indiana with a big increase as well a five hundred and twenty three new cases nine new deaths in the past twenty four hours two hundred and eighty new cases in Kentucky in the past day and eight new deaths number of coronavirus cases probably is ten times higher than reported that's what the CDC estimates tonight meaning instead of the two point four million cases right now it's more like twenty four million CDC director says this is based on anti body blood samples got some problems that continue on the expressways tonight in the latest traffic and weather together seventy five south is backed up basically from the cut in the hill in northern Kentucky all the way back to I. seventy four in Cincinnati.

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Bill Cunningham

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Let's continue now. Album mayors spoken. This'll be daily event this week. At some point, the Governor Mike Dewine may also speak. About the circumstances in the major cities of our country, there's about thirty cities struck by vicious riots of one type or another, and coming up later about fifteen minutes from now is Carl Lewis who an eminent criminal defense attorney that mainly represents African American and others who are charged with serious crime has been a friend of mine for a very long time, but one of the things I like to do is hear from people often. That, I may disagree with it causes made to reach US my own opinions at times and other times it may cause me to test what I personally believe to see if it can go through the rigor of object analysis, and so I love I. Love having on individuals with whom at times I sometimes disagree politically, and that's what I do and talk. Radio is good as As much information as I can. And when we broke about an hour ago, with discussing the Brown Taylor Situation and Louisville in pointed out that every event is different whether it's George Floyd Brown Taylor, or what happened with the Gregory McMichael and Travis McMichael, who killed Ahmed Aubrey. Each fact situation is different. There's no general conspiracy to you. Think and your own mind that. That law enforcement that you know cops corrections officers the Secret Service the FBI Deputy Sheriff City. Cops are all involved in some massive conspiracy, the object of which is to make it difficult for African American males to fully participate in this great economic experiment. We call the United States of America I. Think it's fair to say no. There's no objective indicator that we have such degrees. Degrees of institutional racism in Cincinnati Hamilton County Covington Butler, county, and and new porter and Boone County that of such a character that is discoverable, and is evidence of that I often ask those I run around within the criminal justice system whether or not they have a senior exhibited racism of one type or another on a regular basis. We all know that visual acts take place. That we disagree with conducted by persons of are same gender or race that I don't like. And a clear example for ninety nine point, nine percent of us is former police officer. Derek Calvin what he did. Even though he's a white male, I could not disagree more because he killed that man, and I said on Tuesday or Wednesday of last week on my twitter account at Willie seven hundred wwl W he killed that man, and he should be held to account, and there's no reason to torture someone to death two and a half minutes after they're dead and to keep your knee on their net grinding his face into the pavement. Equally bad whether three other police officers sworn to protect and serve who watched it going on and heard the cries of George Floyd I can't breathe. You're killing me. Mom and his mom had died two years earlier. He knew he of the. Of Death. He was handcuffed on his belly in the street with a cop with need grinding his face into the pavement, and then officers stood by and let it happen. I'm repulsed by that I watched it once my duty to watch it and I won't watch it again. It's awful to watch human being a human being die in that fashion, tortured to death by a cop on a city street with video rolling is if I can do whatever I want, if feeds into the idea of black lives, matter and That cops in general are out to get you if you're black. That is not true. That cop should be fully prosecuted. It is wrong to have general responsibility for individual acts of misconduct. Occurring by someone who looks like you that is, that is wrong. That is awful as I said last night, the Washington, post has an ongoing Tabulation and tally of those who? Are victimized by police violence of one type or another, it has happened all the time, and clearly since January first of two thousand fifteen. As far as those killed by race by the police. The chart is as statistics, DOT COM, and here's the numbers updated through may the twenty eighth of Twenty Twenty police shootings now. This would not apply what happened. When Derek Cha been murdering George Floyd does not apply because it wasn't a shooting. And in the last five years plus six months there's been two thousand, three, hundred and eighty five, so called whites. Shot? By police officers, twenty, three, hundred eighty five blacks, twelve fifty to about twice as many whites or killed. Using guns by police than blacks, even though inner city police departments come in to a population, looking for crime as identified by victims, probably more black than white. Would you agree? More black than white, but still twice as many whites or killed by police officers as as blacks. Now that doesn't mean it's good or bad. It means it is if there was a massive conspiracy afoot. The opposite would be true, but it's not true. And, so you can't take the a Taylor situation which happened on March thirteenth of Twenty Twenty, and which a tragic mistake was made. Three planes closed detectives. Serious drug dealing occurring in that apartment at a no knock warrant issued by a judge, they literally down the door, and in the bedroom, sleeping or Ken Walker the boyfriend, Brianna Taylor, who was ems working for the city of Louisville. They had no idea what was going on. So Ken Walker. The boyfriend has a gun available. And he did what I would done and what rocky boy man would've done, which is shoot at the police? The police at this point continued to believe. They're in a life and death struggle. With drug dealers and they were wrong. They had the wrong damn address. So the police returned fire about eighteen shots, Brown and Taylor was killed in the encounter. That wasn't racial. Animus, that was a tragic mistake. The COPS on occasion make it occurs. And then the other situation, my other caller talked about Gregory Mick Michael the father and and Travis McMichael The sun and Ahmed Aubrey was killed. The videotape seems to indicate that Aubrey came around the right side of the pickup truck as Gregory. McMichael, the father was exiting, and they were struggling over the gun and the mind, and neither one by the way we're police officers one had worked previously for the prosecutor's Office, but he retired somehow the sun in the back of the pickup truck thought that this Guy Aubrey was fighting with his father over a gun, and he shot and killed him. And they've been charged with murder. So what let it all sort out? There's evidence out there. That these two individuals, the perpetrator and the victim may have known each other, because they work together and security at a Spanish oriented Hispanic nightclub and I don't know what that means, if anything. With George George death because officer Derek Chalvin, worked as a security guard along with George Floyd, and the owner of the nightclub said she does not know if they knew each other. We're friends, but they worked together as security guards. She doesn't know they were friends I I don't. My. My last caller seemed indicate will possibly there was some personal animus? NPR Did a story on it and Forbes. But what difference does it make? He's in uniform. He's a cop. Allegedly George. Floyd committed a diminished offense of passing a twenty dollar forge bill, which is not good, but it's not the end of the world. You don't kill somebody for that. And so to have these protests indicating day after day night after night. We want to be hurt Dan, but you haven't heard. We get the point and we agree with you I. Just Watch Sheriff Jim Neal. On Channel Five. Smiling, and conversing with the so-called protesters at the courthouse and I didn't. I couldn't hear the audio. But it appeared. They were friendly with each other. There have been sheriffs in Michigan. Who took off the uniform and marsh with the protesters? Everyone that I know agrees with the protesters point that this was a wrongful killing. It was, and it will be prosecuted properly and down the road justice will be dispensed including the looters and the rioters and the arsonist. They're also be justice for them. But dammit, this is a good country and is run by good people, and we have good intentions every now and then things get scanned things get a little bit screwy, but at the end of the day. This is where I WANNA be. This is where I wanna live, and that's why, on Sunday, afternoon at one, o'clock I went down to ot are and walked around with a friend of mine and went over to Washington Park drove up to. Clifton saw the canes windows busted out. They were people enjoying themselves everywhere..

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now radar is all clear and we have fifty three degrees with cloudy skies in Cincinnati Hamilton County considering layoffs and furloughs as revenue is driving drying up right now we're projecting a twenty to thirty million loss in sales tax we are projecting a significant decline in casino revenues Hamilton County administrator Jeff Aluko asking departments for a twenty percent reduction no numbers have been released yet on how many people there considering letting go for the time being we'll hear more from governor to wine in just a moment but he's been receiving high praise for his leadership on the coronavirus the BBC headline declares in the U. S. governor who saw coming early international praise being heaped on Ohio governor Mike DeWine for his leadership in the corner virus outbreak choice is a time when other states scramble to get ahead of the spread the wine ordered sweeping measures days before the first case and even the reporter news state B. B. C. also praises calm approaches daily briefings going into great detail about what's being done to slow the spread in addition praising the governor the article singles out health department director Dr Amy act and for her work on the pandemic he was the last cabinet member hired by the wind in the first doctor to hold that position several years under John case sick former position was held by a health care lawyer and hospital marketing director I'm Brian Phelps newsradio seven W. O. W. Wall Street this hour the Dow was down seven hundred and seventy one points nasdaq up to.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Much right up against the clock to get a news update. But we got a final hour, yet to come. We'll get more on our travelers weather just ahead here. Oh, we've got some leaked documents internal documents from NASA. What are they saying more than just going back to the moon? Pretty interesting. A very ambitious plan, according to the documents will give more on that story all coming up in a final hour. I want to go on ATM. This is NewsRadio seven hundred wwl, wwl news, traffic, and weather, News Radio seven hundred w ELL delegates Cincinnati Hamilton county quarter confirming last weekend was a deadly two days in the tri-state involving overdose deaths. This is the four o'clock report. I'm rob carpenter. Breaking now, seven people died over the weekend after suffering from an overdose and that prompted the Hamilton county heroin coalition to issue an alert to the public. Are not just one drug, a there are so many mixtures combinations out there now that if you're buying drugs, on the street you have no idea what mixture you're gonna get. What might be in it? And until we actually get into our lab and tested know we couldn't tell you by looking at it. Either county coroner Dr Lakshmi some Marco says, overdoses are down overall from two thousand seventeen but we could see a spike as we head into the summer Rick eugenol NewsRadio seven hundred w w latest traffic and weather together this early Wednesday morning. No problem still on the freeways side streets. Looking good as well. But if you do see an accident heading to work. Give us a call. I at four to one news now. The latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear death is dot com in forecast, partly cloudy by the morning rush morning low fifty seven degrees. As for your Wednesday. Clouds and sun, a chance of afternoon. Rain and storms severe weather is unlikely but not out of the question. My high eighty five at night, a few showers likely and lowest sixty seven in another rain. Chance on Thursday from your severe weather station on nine I warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio seven hundred wwl, deviled, currently fifty seven news service of a wider providing truck.

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on WTVN

"They blend Chesterman will now spend the next seven years in prison after he buried a woman alive inside, a shed. Then it's done was sentenced Friday warning after being convicted of kidnapping and March done said he was on drugs when he dug a hole and put Jennifer Elliott in a two years ago, mental health workers say that done was delusional and on at the time of the incident Carroll county officials confirmed on Friday that the body of fourteen year old Jonathan Menard was discovered after he went missing for six days sheriff, Phil Williams shared the grim news. He was found in Washington townships in Carroll county shell grave, that's all comment about ten fifteen. This morning is body is now being handed over to the coca county medical examiner where an autopsy will be performed investigators have said there's a person of interest in the case. But no charges have been filed. New data shows a Franklin county is number one in Ohio for the number of drivers arrested for uprating AB goal, while intoxicated the state highway patrol this week released. In the wake of a woman who was arrested twice in one night by Whitehall police for drunk driving during the first three months of this year law enforcement in Franklin county, which of course, is home to Columbus made seven hundred sixty three Lovie I related arrests which is more than double the number and Cleveland's cuyahoga county and triple number in Cincinnati Hamilton county as these summer months approach police are warning drivers in the state to find other options. Like ride shares taxis or use a designated driver. If they plan to drink a Medina man is pleading not guilty to federal charges that he lied about being no one boy who went missing twenty eleven earlier this month Twenty-three-year-old Brian Rini showed up in the Cincinnati tristate area claiming to be fourteen year old Timothy Pinson following a DNA test. It was proven that Riney was not Pinson greenie does have a criminal history and was released from prison in March. I'm Sean Gallagher. Quality information..

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"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Do it again. Thank you. Thank you, John. God bless America. He was only acute hearing centers dot com hotline. Well, there it is just in the area medical care. If you want a greyhound bus station, if you want Amtrak if you want the DMV that's government run And if we want to private free enterprise system that has medical marvels medical science, and we have pharmaceuticals finding new ways of training every human element, you have a profit motive. That's why we have a functioning medical system when many so-called capitalist countries do not. So let's continue with more after two o'clock today. I want to go to the grassroots the man in Butler county, Richard k Jones was one of the co chairs of the Trump campaign in the state of Ohio. And I want to hear from the sheriff whether anything happening the past few hours have changed his viewpoint one bid and CNN. Mainstream media will continue to cherry pick. Four hundred and forty eight pages of the so-called Muller report to find a twist to turn of phrase paragraph that makes our president look bad. But in reality he is innocent of all charges as determined by people like Andrew Weisman, one of the Clinton needs to lawyers with Robert Muller who actually went to the Hillary Clinton victory party on election night. Those are the people deciding that Trump is clear, that's the headline. This other stuff is small stuff. Trump is innocent. Can we now get onto the real problems affecting our country and not deal with minutia digging ditches, even if you're a democrat, wouldn't it be nice if we had two parties or can together to make our lives easier? Whether it's Cincinnati Hamilton county Covington, whether it's Hillsborough Wilmington or Washington DC. Wouldn't it be nice to have politicians looking after our interests instead of their own re-election? Let's continue one twenty five home at your reds playing tonight starting about nine thirty five a NewsRadio. Seven hundred that were you you. You're listening to seven hundred wwl. And a little bird told me you listen all the time. Hold on. That's not true. A bird.

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