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WABE 90.1 FM

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Political priorities, inflation, climate change, China. And there's also we're waiting to see what happens in the winter when it could be harsh winter without much Russian oil. So the worry here that you hear in Ukraine, especially among commanders, is there's going to be Ukraine fatigue that the west won't give enough weapons for Ukraine to win. We'll eventually push Ukraine to go to the negotiating table with a weak hand and they'll feel under pressure to give up land that right now they're continuing to fight really hard to win back. And piers Frank Langford reporting from the port city of Odessa on this day Independence Day in Ukraine. Thank you, Frank. Good to talk very Luis. Today was supposed to be back to school day in Ohio's largest school district, but just days before students were set to return to their classrooms in Columbus, Ohio, the district's teachers union voted to strike. This came after multiple negotiations by the board of education and the union failed to produce a contract. Regina Fuentes is one of those teachers striking. She has taught in Columbus city schools for more than 20 years, and she's a spokesperson for the union. Welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me. Paint a picture of the conditions that you and other teachers are working in, what made things so extreme that you decided to strike? Well, you know, we have been pushing the district to fix our old buildings for a very long time. We're dealing with buildings that are way too hot in the warm months and way too cold in the cold months. And we have reported problems of bad plumbing, doors that don't lock. Windows that don't shut, or open. And you know, we're just tired of waiting. We want them to be held accountable when it comes to fixing these problems. And not just make empty promises. Over the more than 20 years that you've been teaching in Columbus city schools, what kind of impact have you seen this have on students? I mean, you just can't imagine, you know, and getting into class size is having a class of 36 kids. And it's 90° inside the classroom. And they're not focused. They're going to start passing out and they can't focus on what's happening or if it's too cold. They're worried about wrapping up in blankets and extra coats. They're not working on the academics. And it really does take a toll on them. All over the country, teachers have been calling attention to difficult working conditions, especially given the pressures of the pandemic, remote schooling, pressure on curriculum, teacher resignations, how does what your experiencing in Columbus, Ohio, compared to what you're hearing from colleagues in other areas. So what I think is speaks to is just the overall burnout. Teachers, I think we just, forever, you kind of make the situation as best as we possibly can. And you know, we're just kind of like throw ourselves into it and you know, we do it for the kids. But it comes a point where everything boils over, and you just can't take being not appreciated anymore. And so if we are going to save public education, we have to start making an investment in retaining teachers and taking care of these old buildings and it's not just happening in Columbus, Ohio. This is happening all over the nation. It's also been a difficult time for parents and students. Do you fear that your decision to strike could add to the stresses on them? Well, look, you know, I understand that this is a difficult situation, and we take that into consideration, but I hope that we're showing with this sacrifice of losing our pay, losing our health insurance while we're on this strike. I hope that we are demonstrating to them just how passionate we are about getting these schools fixed. And getting this change. And I also hope that the parents see that we're trying to set a pathway for the future that we're not just going to take the status quo and accept that they might get to these things. We want them to be held accountable. They hold teachers accountable. They hold students accountable. It's time for the elected officials to be held accountable to do what the public wants. You are talking about a national problem of deprioritizing public schools and teachers, is this something that anyone labor agreement can fix? You know, it could be, it could be the start. You know, I don't see us being the one thing that changes the whole nation, but you know what? If I help my kids have better situations and better learning conditions, then you know it was all worth it. It was all worth it. So what kind of conversations have you been having with students and parents as you walk the picket line? Oh, our parents in our art students, they're proud of us. You know, because one of the reasons why we were even pushing for this is because we watched them, we're on the front lines every day, watching our students suffer in these conditions. We hear their complaints. We hear their cries. We make the, you know, we fill out the work orders to try and get things fixed and see things that never get fixed. And so, you know, we've had enough. So we never wanted to reach the point where we were striking, but striking seems to be the only thing that is getting their attention and letting them know we're serious. People may remember back in 2018. There was a wave of teacher strikes across the country right now this seems limited. Do you expect it might catch on more broadly? Yes, I do, because, you know, workers across the nation want some respect. And this economy is not getting easier to live in, you know? We deserve that respect. That's Regina Fuentes, a Columbus city schools teacher on spokesperson for the teacher's union, thank you very much. Thank you for having me. And NPR reached out to the Columbus board of education but did not hear back from them before airtime. This

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"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Almost three years of his 10 year sentence. You're listening. To ABC News boiled. News radio 6 10 W. T V N Columbus City schools. Students need a way to get back and forth to school is the district deals with a shortage of bus drivers? Transportation director pitched putting high schoolers on Koda buses. It's how hundreds of kids already got to school last semester as the district started to bring them back to classrooms. The board president last night explained why the issue got removed from the meeting agenda. This agenda item was pulled because we have a support still questions and have a lot of things to work through. So We do need a lot of ideas from the community. At least one parent complained their child would have to walk more than three miles to get to a coda stop. Dakota says. That would not be the case for most students. It says 98% of high school students live within a mile of a bus stop for Koda. At this point, parents will you're stuck waiting to see what happens with this. A district spokesperson said the board could schedule a special meeting to address the transportation issue. But answers may not come until August, not Long before school starts, ABC six is Mike McCarthy. Columbus City Isn't the only group having trouble finding qualified drivers. It's all across the country, and if you're driving somewhere for the holiday weekend, you may notice some gas stations are out of fuel. We know we're still dealing with the shortage of truck drivers getting gas to places, so there's.

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"A 30 to do vote, The Ohio Senate passed a bill legalizing sports betting today if this bill brings a little bit more excitement to Ohioans. Watching a soccer game or a little bit more joy to fans watching a hockey game that I think it's worth it. State Senator Nirajan tally That measure passed and would grant licenses to casinos and racinos allow for mobile betting and other licenses to bars as well. All the revenue would be taxed at 10% in most of the money going to schools around the state. Meanwhile, Collins law piece of anti hazing legislation also passed unanimously in the state Senate, both of those pieces of legislation now head over to the State House and over in the House chambers. Today lawmakers. Their voted to expel state representative and former House Speaker Larry Householder for disorderly conduct is facing federal racketeering charges accused of orchestrating that $60 million bribery scheme to get House Bill six passed. As he spoke this week. He said the House had the right to remove him as speaker, but they did not have the right to remove him from the chamber since he was re elected by voters last November, Even after he was indicted. When it came to remove me a speaker, I get it. 99 people. You chose me as speaker and I was blessed and I appreciate it to this day. But as far as standing here today and taking away the people's vote of the 72nd house district, people that know me very, very well. People that know my family very, very well. They made a decision based on what they know as fact it was a 75 to 21 vote in the chamber today. Columbus City schools, outlining some plans to get their students back in the classrooms this fall. But they do say some transportation issues remain. The districts reopening team says they will permit masks inside the building, but they will not be a requirement. But the team said currently they do not have enough bus drivers to do their full route system in the fall. They're looking into crafting an agreement with coda. In the meantime, a small plane went down in Fairfield County today. It crashed this morning in Liberty Township. The pilot was reportedly trying to land that single engine airplane when he struck a storage building. Both he and his passengers suffered non life threatening injuries. A man accused of trying to lure two Children and a woman into a stolen car outside of a daycare in Circleville has been arrested. Wesley Stallworth of Xenia was charged with three counts of attempted abduction and one count of receiving stolen property this week. He also had a previous warrant out for his arrest. I'm Alison why it is stay connected to Columbus in central.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

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"The Motor City Deputy chief Ken Keebler, filed formal paperwork Tuesday asking for the review. ABC six obtained public records showing there were 17 applicants for the job. A proposal to allow Ohio student athletes to benefit from their name, image and likeness has a major backer Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day, He testified in the state Senate subcommittee Tuesday about the bill. Approximately 70% of these student athletes are on some form of athletic scholarship or read. But the overwhelming majority of these are not on full scholarship there on partial scholarship and approximately 30% of the student athletes do not receive athletic aid. He says. Other states, including that state up north have similar legislation, either pending or set to go into effect in Ohio needs the bill. So Colleges and universities can effectively compete. They hopes for the bill to be passed in Ohio by July. 1st State representative Larry Householder says he's innocent of federal bribery charges and will not resign. On Tuesday, Householder defended himself at a hearing to determine if he should be expelled and asserted his innocence. Only the charges unfounded, saying he'd never taken a bribe in his life. To say this resolution pending before this committee is unprecedented. Frankly, it's that's an understatement. Ohio ones were traveling around and horse and buggies. The last time the House exercise his authority to expel a member how silver lost his speakership last year after being accused with four others of accepting $61 million in bribes to help pass an energy bill that bailed out two nuclear power plants. The resolution to expel Householder could be considered by the House as soon as today. Columbus City School district still working to fix transportation issues as they prepare for full time in person learning this fall. District says sports is set to return under mostly pre pandemic guidelines August 1st and other extracurricular schedules are in the works. Transportation remains a problem with just over 600 active drivers handling about 700 routes. The district wants to hire another 150 drivers is considering raising the pay rate to 18 50 an hour President Biden meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva today, the White House has made focus is going to be to try to come away from this, which is some sort of sense that President Biden sat down with President Putin had talked very frank. Play with the White House is playing down expectations about what might come out of this President Biden has met in the past with President Putin. He said that he looked into his eyes and said, You have no soul is supposed to George Bush back in 2000 and one famously said. I looked into his eyes and I saw his soul. Yesterday. He was saying, he's a worthy adversary. He's a tough guy. He's bright, clearly not wanting to be too antagonistic going into this whole thing. That's Fox's John Roberts reporting the summit. Expected to last between four and five hours of former CDC director defending the theory that coronavirus may have leaked from a Chinese lab, Robert Redfield told Fox News. Other viruses spread slower. That's why he thinks the bat virus was taken into a lab and taught to evolve so it could be transmitted to people. I'm Scott Jennings ST connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and as news breaks.

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"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"Cool, wet pattern persists almost through the middle of the month of May actually 59 with a few afternoon showers today. 39 evening showers tonight dry on Saturday. 60 very wet Mother's Day. 54 a federal grand jury has now indicted for former Minneapolis police officers for their alleged role in the death of George Floyd. NBC's mark Malard. Reports. Derek Sheldon to tout J. Alexander King and Thomas Layne are all facing federal charges stemming from the death of George Floyd in count, one of the indictment show. Vin is charged with deprivation of rights under color of law, alleging his use of force against Floyd deprived Floyd of his rights to be free from unreasonable seizure and unreasonable use of force by a police officer. Count two names to Tao and J. Alexander King with the same charge for failing to intervene. And finally, all four are named in a third charge for failing to render any medical aid to Floyd. Marco Malard ABC News that nine year old Little Columbus girl shot in the chest Wednesday when she opened up her front door is now home and recovering. Doctor say Katherine Messer is lucky to be alive. The bullet just missed her heart. She was in a neighbor's house, leaving a birthday party and going home. When the bullet hit her and investigation showed two people began firing at each other. Outside, the bullet went through the side wall of the house. City of Columbus is launching programming to help keep kids safe this summer. Mayor Andrew Ginther says it will consist of everything from late night basketball games, two jobs and hopes of Maura options. Get more kids involved in through says crime in the city needs to stop and he made. The comments after in that nine year old was shot earlier this week. Community centers will be open from six p.m. to 11 P.m. starting in June, and more information to be found on the city's schools out Web Page and Ohio senator is being criticized after being caught driving during a zoom call. About a distracted driving bill. Senator Andrew Brenner was seen driving in during the call turned his camera off, then changed his background to his home office when he returned to the screen. Despite this, his seatbelt was fully visible. During the meeting, Brenner says he wasn't distracted. Is he was paying attention to the road. During the call, He said he was parked for most of the video meeting. Columbus City School, says an employee recently was arrested on charges of possessing child pornography. That person has resigned officials confirming the 57 year old Michael McCammon. Submitted his letter of resignation to the district. New data from the U. S. Census Bureau shows that central Ohio saw steady gains in population over the past 10 years, According to the statistics released yesterday, Columbus and the surrounding 10 County area in central Ohio Has seen an increase more than 230,000 people or around 12% growth. The senses right Columbus as the 17th fastest growing metro area among the top 51 Metro's in the country. In the Midwest. Columbus ranks number one in growth ahead of Indianapolis and Minneapolis with Cincinnati and Dayton, the only other Ohio cities to see growth and not decline. I'm Sandy Collins stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30. Minutes passed and as news breaks remembering Rush Limbaugh continues. Next use radio 6 10. W TV END Sports is Blue Jackets update their service of Buckeye Express logistics. The Jackets playing their final two games of the season hosting Detroit tonight and tomorrow, C. B J 3211 against the Red Wings this year. Two games to determine who finishes last in the central Division baseball this weekend. The Battle of Ohio resumes the Reds took two of three in Cincy against the Indians three weeks ago. It's the rematch starting tonight in Cleveland. The tribe comes in on a five game win streak. The Clippers are in Louisville tonight and the crew home to the D..

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02:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Franklin Pick Away licking. Madison Union County is also under a level two snow emergency. Today. Marrying counties under level three snow Vergis. See Columbus City schools are closed today, with many others closed across Syria as well Be complete list to closings is available now and 6 10 that we, you TV and calm elsewhere with millions of people throughout his state without power, the governor of Texas frustrated with smaller power companies, he says we're causing the problem. Governor Greg Abbott, telling ABC News the electricity suppliers have put power into the grid froze up, then we're incapable of providing power starting around midnight Sunday. Keep pressing on these private power generation companies to get all of the power back online until we get all customers restored, the governor says. While utility companies have been able to get some of the grid back up and running there still work to be done. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress will establish an investigative commission to look into last month's capital insurrection. Speaker. Pelosi says the commission will be a 9 11 style body that will dig into the fax and causes of the capital storming on January 6th. The announcement comes as a review of Capitol security is ongoing, and Senate hearings are set for later this month. Speaker Pelosi in her letter announcing that having the commission expresses a need to get to the truth behind the riot, the makeup of the commission has not been determined. But the 9 11 commission formed back in 2002 had 10 members with five Republicans and Democrats each. In all. Scott Fox News Columbus City schools planning on holding graduation ceremonies in person this June. They're scheduled for June. 2nd through the fifth details on the exact location and safety program. Calls are still being worked out. The district's also planning on live streaming the ceremonies. Those who can't attend keeping the status quo for now on how Ohio voters come return a ballot in the next election after a split vote in the Cincinnati area on just investigating the cost and feasibility of expanding ballot drop boxes for the upcoming primary this spring, Ohio Secretary of State Frankly, Rose has issued a directive re upping his one per county rule on ballot drop boxes from 2020. Drew criticism and lawsuits. Larose has said that he needs authority from state lawmakers to expand Dropbox locations. Even the courts have previously ruled. That's not the case. I'm Jack Crumley. I'm Scott Jennings Stay connected. The Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour, 30 minutes past and his news breaks or icy spots this morning. It stays cold with some snow flurries today high of 20, Claudia and 18 right now. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired fitness celebrity Billy Blanks..

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03:34 min | 1 year ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"Grid power officials in Texas, instituting the rolling blackouts and begging residents to conserve electricity. Bc's markets More. Several Republicans who broke party lines and voted to convict former President Trump in the Senate impeachment trial are facing backlash in their home states. Another Republican senator is being punished by his party for sighting with Democrats during the Trump impeachment trial, Mr Burr The North Carolina Republican Party has voted unanimously to central Richard Burr. He was one of seven Republican senators to say Trump was guilty of inciting the capital Riot bird who was not running for re election, calling it quote a sad day for North Carolina Republicans, adding, My party's leadership has chosen loyalty to one man over the core principles of the Republican Party and the founders of our great nation. BBC's faith Booby plans have been announced for Congress to establishing an independent commission to investigate the deadly capital. Ryan, This is gonna be big. Soften that 9 11 commission that looked into the September 11 attacks. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi really emphasizing security here, she says that we need to investigate exactly what happened here on January 6 to present to prevent it from ever happening again. Is that a time where you still have national guard outside of the United States Capitol defending it against threats, ABC. Rachel Scott, You're listening to ABC News. Bible three. Now news Radio 6 10 be TVs, traffic and weather mornings and afternoons on NewsRadio, 6 10 that would you? TV N C. All the roads are looking out with Johnny Hill. Now they're still very snow covered Scott. No matter where you're headed, I spent even the road, the freeways and the highway, so they're still ivory snow covered road on and city crews are out in fact or not has over 1200 out statewide. You want to give yourself plenty of time to get where you're going to be very careful of bridges, ramps and overpasses. They will be slick this morning. The main roads here in town also being taken care of It. Also very snow covered a lot of snow and sleep last night because we saw there are some patches of patch of payment to be seen, but not many on accident. Early on 70 West Town Approaching Miller que Elton Report of a left lane blocked early on, but they haven't moved to the side. Just be careful coming out of Bexley traffic and weather together, Powered by 10 star and custom air I'm Johnny Hill on NewsRadio, 16 wtbs. Harry B. C six first running weather from meteorologist Stangel but Michael still awesome, icy spots on the road this morning. They'll stay cloudy and cold with some snow forest today in the high of only 20 degrees, partial clearing It's down into the single digits first time in a couple years. Tonight's low four degrees above zero for the day Wednesday. Mostly cloudy in a higher 25 weather is powered by the basement doctor. Mostly cloudy now 17 and Upper Arlington. 19 years. Severe weather station news radio 6 10 W. T V and Central Ohio received a healthy dose of snow and sleet Monday evening and early this morning enough to make Columbus City schools closed for the day today. Numerous other schools also either closed for today. A window all remote learning and complete list available. 16 W T v and dot com ABC Sixes Mike McCarthy reporting this morning in Delaware County. The good thing for them is the snow has stopped, but really It's just a game of catch up, and it clearly is going to take Ah, lot of time for these cruise to catch up this morning. Franklin County remains under a level two snow emergency along with licking Madison, Fairfield Pick Away and Union counties. Athens, Jackson, Vinton and marrying counties are under a level three snow emergency today South east of Columbus. It was mainly due to increased ice accumulations from that storm for their north and west, about a foot of snow felony Toledo area since yesterday Elsewhere, working.

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"Up a bottle today or visit smart mouth dot com to learn more. Traffic and weather together, powered by temp star and customers. I'm Johnny Hill. NewsRadio 16 W TV had a winter storm warning is in effect tonight and tomorrow morning across all of central Ohio, southeastern Ohio, with an ice storm warning. Snow tonight and a potential accumulation of up to 10 inches is possible and ice to the Southeast, whether powered by the basement doctor. It is 22 in Circleville 22 degrees at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W. T V and several counties in Ohio are already under under snow emergencies as this winter storm is bearing down that includes Delaware. Franklin Knox licking Madison must kingdom pick away and Union counties. They're all under a level one snow emergency so far that level one means roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. The roadways may also be icy, so drive with caution. It may be an extended President's Day holiday for most kids in Ohio is several schools and some local universities. Are canceling in person classes for tonight. Some canceling for tomorrow get all the latest on those closings and delays at 6 10 w T v n dot com They're keeping the status quo for now on how Ohio voters can return a ballot in the next election after a split vote in the Cincinnati area on just investigating the cost and feasibility of expanding ballot drop boxes for the upcoming primary this spring. Ohio secretary of state. Frankly, Rose has issued a directive re upping his one per county rule on ballot drop boxes from 2020 that drew criticism and lawsuits. Rosa said that he needs authority from state lawmakers to expand Dropbox locations. Even the courts have previously ruled. That's not the case. I'm Jack Crumley, working on plans to celebrate the end of the school year Columbus City schools They're planning on holding graduation ceremonies in person this June. It's set for June 2nd through the fifth, but the details on an exact location and the safety protocols are still being worked out. The district does say they're still planning on live streaming their ceremonies for anyone who cannot attend as Congress races to finish a coronavirus relief bill. Raising the minimum wage provision is likely to not make it through most Democrats and President Biden wanted most Republicans don't which is why raising the minimum wage is on thin ice and the next Cove it Bill. President Biden last week admitted his $15 an hour minimum may be removed to get 51 votes needed to pass covert relief under budget reconciliation. At least two Democratic senators Joe Manchin and Kristen Cinema, saying it would hurt small businesses and they'd vote no I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed And as news breaks that winter storm warning continues until around mid day on Tuesday. We'll see some snow showers through the overnight tonight. Accumulation could be a between five and 10 inches. But we'll see freezing rain and ice in several counties is well a sim blowing and drifting snow through the overnight alot of 15. The snow will end early in the morning on Tuesday will be left with cloudy skies and it will be cold and high topping out around 20 tomorrow afternoon. Currently it is 21 degrees. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired fitness celebrity Billy Blanks. Okay, everybody, Our car has got a broken.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Smile to 202 130. It's been quite the morning traffic and weather together from temp star heating and cooling products keeping us on time. Here's Johnny Hill, 23 New But there's still slow north of 2 70 offended Delaware County from an earlier accident, If still there still blocking a couple of right lanes to get that out of the way, So give yourself time. If you're heading north for Del before Delaware Disabled semi getting some help the right lane blocked on the 2 70 north, just off 62. We're getting reports of a new accident, though, on 3 15 north onto to 70 East, careful on the ramp itself. Looks like we're getting through without a whole lot of trouble right now to 70 south of Total Crossing. Still looking at Ah, left Lane blocked out of an earlier problem there. Roadways have been slippery, especially south of town along 71 to be careful if you're heading down towards Pickaway County, Madison County Jeffersonville traffic sponsored by Michelin wiper blades, sometimes driving his great sometimes it's not so great like when it's pouring outside. When you need Michelin wiper blades. They hug your windshield like a Michelin tire Hugs the road for better visibility. Get yours today on on Amazon Prime traffic and weather together. Power by Tim Star and Custom AARP on Johnny Hill. NewsRadio 16 W TV in every sea six first warning whether with Andrew, but Michael powered by the basement doctor, some glories that remain cold 27 15 overnight. Son tomorrow. 29 careful those roads. This morning's Johnny was just saying right now. 24 in Hilliard 25 of your severe weather station News ready of 16 W tvn into the newsroom. Now with Scott Chan needs well, Brandon. Even Columbus City schools.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Prompted numerous school closings today as well, including Columbus City schools, canceling all blended learning and remote classes. The complete list of closings is available at 6 10 W. T. V and I calm Rockland County also remains under a level one snow emergency to former researchers and nationwide Children's hospital heading to prison for stealing research and selling China. Jozo and Li Chen were sentenced to 30 months in prison after being found guilty of conspiring to sell trade secrets and wire fraud. Chen's work, it's worked at separate medical research labs for nationwide from 2008 to 2018. But they still exist some research to sell to the Chinese government. House Democrats will file written arguments today in the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. The filing will lay out the case that Trump incited the deadly January 6th right at the U. S. Capitol. Trump's defense teams expected to argue the impeachment is unconstitutional because he's no longer in office. I'm close to expected today to give an official answer to the charge. There's a report on line broker Robin Hood's talking with banks about raising a billion dollars in debt so we can keep fulfilling orders for heavily shorted stocks Orders. Reports of brokerage could be in the market for more money to handle the financial pressure from the demand for shares of Gamestop. A new financing will be an additional $3.4 billion Robin Hood announced Monday that it had secured from its investors. And within the next half hour, two famous prognosticators will make their determination of whether there will be six more weeks of winter in Pennsylvania punk in Tony fills emerging from his burrow, with many hoping the ground hog does not see his shadow, which would indicate an early spring. Same with Buckeye Chuck, who said to give his winter forecast in Merriam this morning, I'm Scott Jennings. Next news updated, Ate the brain in boxes show is back Next Columbus in stores for Real News in real time is just minutes away at the top of the hour on use radio 6 10. W TV END. What's behind a name?.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Powered by the basement down there, it's 28 Grove City. 29 at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 w TVN contained within our proposed budget is our new investing in Ohio Initiative or investing in Ohio Initiative, which strategically invests $1 billion in Ohio's future. Today. Given her Mike DeWine released his proposed state budget for 2022 2023. This budget proposal includes relief for small businesses as well as for the entertainment industry, including bars and restaurants, who have been hit hard by the pandemic and for new businesses that opened their doors just as the pandemic took hold. We made the hard shirt choices early on that put us on stable footing and really put us in a position today to lead on economic recovery, the governor Also said this is a balanced budget for that two year period without a tax increase. Several states today declared emergencies as a monster. Winter storm is clobbering the East Coast around 80 million Americans or under some kind of winter Storm warning Watcher advisory just over a handful of flights. Meanwhile, it John Glenn Columbus Airport were canceled or running on a delay today, check with your airline to make sure your flight is still on schedule. If you have one. CDC, meanwhile, is now requiring Americans to wear a face mask went on public transportation that does include airplanes as well. These Busses, subways, trains ferries, another ride sharing vehicles. Ohio's attorney general says first energy has agreed to take less money now is part of how Seville six. We got them to voluntarily agree to drop their decoupling, which is basically a sophisticated mechanism to guarantee their record profit levels from 2018 the future on the backs of the race, great players. Day, Vo says today. In return, the state will not try to stop any more parts of the nuclear bailout law until after federal criminal proceedings are finished. Five men, including Ohio's former state House speaker are charged with taking millions of dollars in bribes to get that law passed. And Columbus City School students transition to a blended learning model. Starting today, students pre k through third grade or who are in the career or technical programs and those with complex needs at all grade levels will attend there in person classes two days a week,.

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03:46 min | 2 years ago

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"Great to have you with us this morning. 7 36 roads a little slick this morning, but boy shot out, Toder got Counting its city road crews. You're the best are hard part timers who have done a fantastic job clearing the parking lot here. I don't know where you got the salt. Where did you steal that? I don't know. But we stole a dump truck Somewhat did all right. We're seconds away from a B. C's Jim Ryan, who wanna zero focus in laser focus on the $15 minimum wage. Also, there are delays in closing this morning except for Big one really proud of the Columbus City School District Biggest school district in Ohio Blended learning is back after 10 months. 10. Months of not being able to physically go back into school Boy, those kids must be on cloud nine this morning. So break grades up pre K through third grade, getting to return to the school in the classroom as of today, But all the delays and closings you could get at 16 W T V and dot com just type in closings, But as always, it's great to have you with us this morning. As it is a B C's Jim Ryan. Jim want to get into this $15 an hour minimum wage. Some are saying that it still might not be enough. Well, yeah, he dependent but the depending on where you live, Brendan, If you live in the middle part of the country, that's probably enough. Maybe a little more than enough. If you live on either coast, it won't be nearly enough. There's a math that's just been published by business inside of that. I don't like lays it out and shows that in California, for example, $15 his worth on a national basis about $12.89 an hour moving towards South Dakota. At $15 is worth $17.80. Because the cost of living is so much lower. The feds are taking a look at a rise in the minimum wage, the first time that would happen. Since 2009. Although a lot of states including your own, Ohio have addressed it on their own, pushing your minimum wage. Believe the 8 17 hour is supposed to go buy a dime over the course of this year. Jim Ryan from ABC with us this morning, and I NewsRadio 16 w T. V. And Jim, as you know, And if you don't know for those listening, you know, seven and a quarter An hour is what the current federal minimum wages hasn't gone up in over a decade. Boy $15 an hour by 2025. It just seems steep, though quite the jump. Right. Well, that's what Republicans they're saying and the president will meet today with 10 Republican senators to discuss the stimulus package the covert 19 relief proposal that's going out And, Yeah, it's expected that the negotiations will be underway. Will it be $15 minimum wage by 2025? Maybe. Maybe not. But I suspect that somewhere in the middle Republicans and the Democrats will meet if they can work out some kind of compromise. So yeah, you know, the the Republicans are calling for it two thirds reduction in the trillion dollar package that Biden has proposed. Brighten says he wants to pull trillion plus this wage increase. So you know that At some point, they'll sit down, hammer out the differences and come up with a number. Jim. We know your auto for those that don't know you're out of Dallas. So have you been affected at all by this storm of as Dallas missed everything with the snow. Yes, we've was a little chilly yesterday. Yeah, 38 degrees. So the top that and you know, Yeah. This stuff is just screwed it up to the north and the east of here, So no shoveling for you. I'm sure you're envious. I don't need salt here. Just Sprinkle on the French fries. Exactly. Right. Jim Ryan, Thank you so much for your time. This would appreciate it from ABC News 7 40 on the Brandon boxers show. Meanwhile, a major storm is 19 states on alert as it's turned into just an incredible slam dunk of the Eastern seaboard at this point..

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04:47 min | 2 years ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"Station from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. The new alert from the Department of Homeland Security. But in the coming days, domestic extremists may attempt violent acts on federal sites and officials. ABC Chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas law enforcement on Edge is the FBI races to arrest all those who stays to insurrection on Capitol Hill. The massive scale of the probe becoming clearer homeland security, issuing a rare urgent bulletin warning right wing militants and Lone wolves. Made target elected officials and government facilities and were emboldened by the January 6 Capital, Ryan. They weren't critical infrastructure, power and communications grids across the nation could be targeted. Stop the infighting, says the top Republican. In the House. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy on a party conference called telling members to quote cut that crap out. Referring to Republicans attacking each other over their impeachment votes, McCarthy telling House GOP members he's not putting up with their in fighting anymore. Conservatives are threatening to primary the number three House Republican Liz Cheney and nine others who backed President Trump's impeachment. Many members worried about re election with Trump supporters. ABC is Andy Field in Washington President Biden today, signing a series of executive orders aimed at combating climate change and promoting the retraining of workers who once relied on oil and coal jobs. Biden stress that he didn't want to leave those workers out in the cold. We're never going to get the men and women who dug the coal and built the nation. Going to do right by them. Make sure they have opportunities to keep building the nation in their own communities and getting paid well for it. Reality check at the first briefing from President Biden's covert 19 team advisor Andy Slavitt said. It'll be months before everyone who wants a vaccine is going to be able to get one. Be my seeking as many as 10,000 service members to support administering covert 19 vaccines. Thousands of fraudulent unemployment claims, prompting Kansas to shut down its processing system this weekend. All the state installs new anti fraud protections. You're listening to ABC News. It was radio 6 10 W. TV, and I'm Alison Wyatt. Bar owners around the state are looking forward to a slight claw back of Ohio's mandatory curfew in place. Right now it mandates Ohio and stay home between the hours of 10 P.m. and 5 A.m.. But the governor as well is Dr Bruce Vanderhof, with the Ohio Department of Health revealed a sliding scale criteria. It would loosen the curfew restrictions and even ended altogether if daily coronavirus hospitalizations remain under 2500 For two weeks, the curfew could be lifted completely Hospitalizations orbit of lagging indicator, which means that if they go back up, we would likely have to respond quickly to reinstitute the appropriate level of measure because it would be telling us we were already in that circumstance. This is not a predictive measure. It's a lagging measure, so we just have to bear that. Mind. More information on pushing that curfew back to 11 PM is set to be released tomorrow. The governor also said today Ohio was vaccination plan as teachers and other schools staff members on the list in this phase now some time ago. Our goal is to get kids in school. That is the goal to have every child in the state back in school. We have seen some schools that have been out since March. Teachers are set to roll up their sleeves early next month to get their first dose of the vaccine shots are being administered at one local high school. Teachers in Franklin County will have the option of getting the Corona virus vaccine at Hillyer Davidson High School. A letter to parents says there will be a vaccine clinic at the Davidson Fieldhouse Tuesday, the second through Friday, the fifth. That means all Hilliard schools will be on remote learning the fourth and the fifth. It comes as Columbus City schools plan on returning to hybrid in person learning February 1st two days in class three days at home. Starting with kindergarten through third grade 4th and 5th Grade, added the next week. I'm Jack Crumley. The federal government, meanwhile, plans to purchase another 200 million doses of the vaccine. 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02:17 min | 2 years ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"Find one of more than 830 locations to support any job search, and there's never a fee. Traffic and weather together. Powered by temp star and classic air bomb Johnny Hilla. NewsRadio 16 w TVs, Maybe see six first morning meteorologist Indra Buck Michael. Good Wednesday morning. Everyone today Mostly cloudy and cold. A high of 33 Watch out for some new icy spots tonight some light late snow showers to the south as we continue into the next couple of days and mix of sun and clouds for Thursday and Friday with highs Right around 30 weather is powered by the basement doctor. Mostly cloudy now. 31 of Buckeye Lake 33 YEARS. Severe weather Station news radio 6 10 W. TVN Governor Mike DeWine unveiled the plan to roll back the state's curfew for covert 19 and even offered up what has to happen for it to be eliminated. If we have seven straight days for our hospitalization number from Kobe is below 3500, if you can see I think we've had now five days. This should continue. We hope this is going to continue, and so we should be able to announce on Thursday. We'll go to 11 P.m. curfew and we'll keep that curfew. Our plan will be at least to keep that curfew for two weeks. In addition, the wine set of hospitalization stay below 3000 for seven straight days of curfew would be rolled back to midnight for two weeks. Hospital patients drop below 2500 For seven straight days A curfew would be lifted. Work continues in nearly 100. Columbus City school buildings for the plans started blended learning for many grades starting next month. A B C sixties. Haley Nelson says Every safety measures being implemented around 97 schools will open doors for more than 26,000 students. The first two weeks of February opened the door to a classroom. And you'll see Ah lot of spacing. The principle of Forest Park Elementary, telling ABC six students immediately go to the classroom when they enter will be given breakfast at their desks, and there will also be regular sanitization schedules throughout the day. Governor Dalliances Ohio School district will soon learn when will be getting the covert 19 vaccine As of Monday, Anyone age 75 older is eligible to receive the vaccine. Plan to vaccinate school students and stands expected on Friday. The wind physicals still have kids back in the classrooms buying March 1st President Biden continues to take more executive actions this time focusing on climate change. The actions were designed to win the nation from fossil fuels, reduce carbon emissions.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"About 11 or 12 minutes off 2 56 to the downtown exit. Roadways are in good shape to see some light flurries on the radar, but otherwise not having a whole lot of trouble with the road conditions, Traffic and weather together. Powered by temp star and classic air on Johnny Hill on NewsRadio, 16 w TVs, Maybe. See six. First Morning meteorologist and Roebuck, Michael. Good Wednesday morning, everyone Today it is gonna be a lot colder than what it was yesterday. They matter Fact 11 degrees colder. Mostly cloudy high of 33. We will see some late evening light snow showers to the south. And then we're looking pretty drive for Thursday and Friday, but stand cold with highs near 30 with a mix of sun and clouds. Weather is powered by the basement doctor. Right now it's mostly cloudy. 32 in Hilliard 33. 8 YEARS Severe weather Station news radio 6 10 w T v N Governor Mike DeWine unveiled the plan to roll back the state's curfew for covert 19 and even offered up what has to happen for it to be eliminated. If we have seven straight days, where are hospitalization number from Kobe is below 3500, and you can see I think we've had now five days this should continue. We hope this is going to continue, and so we should be able to announce on Thursday. We'll go to 11 P.m. curfew and we'll keep that curfew. Our plan will be at least to keep that curfew for two week. In addition, the wine set of funds Realization stay below 3000 for seven straight days of curfew would be rolled back to midnight for two weeks. In hospital patients drop below 2500 for seven straight days curfew would be lifted altogether. Starting next week, some students in the Columbus City School district will be returning to class and a blended learning model from the McKibben principle of Forest Park Elementary Talkto ABC six about new protocols, one students arrive. Like this will be in the classrooms on bright waiting for them. And then we have Ah, sanitizing. Hand washing bathroom schedule, all desks shortly. 6 ft. Apart. Stickers on the floors in the hallways. Mark 6 ft of distances Well, nearly 100 schools open for more than 26,000 students the first two weeks of February. Thanks, scenes and variants. Big concerns in the effort to get pandemic under control. President Biden supposed to speak of vaccinations is complicated. The big question here is how can he ramp up supply and what we heard from.

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WTVN

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"Straight days below. 3000 get this number down little the 3000. People keep that for two weeks and he says In that case, a curfew could be pushed back to midnight, and if they fall below 2500, the curfew could be removed altogether. Dr. Bruce Vanderhof, the state's chief medical officer, says it could still go in the other direction. Hospitalizations are a bit of a lagging indicator, which means that if they go back up We would likely have to respond quickly to reinstitute the appropriate level of measure because it would be telling us we were already in that circumstance. This is not a predictive measure. It's a lagging measure. And as of Tuesday, hospitalizations were below 3500 for six straight days were continues in nearly 100. Columbus City school buildings for the plans started blended learning for many grades starting next month. BC six Cecily Nelson says Every safety measures being implemented around 97 schools will open doors for more than 26,000 students. The first two weeks of February opened the door to a classroom. And you'll see Ah lot of spacing the principle of Forest Park Elementary, telling ABC six students immediately go to their classroom when they enter the building. They'll be given breakfast at their desks. There also be regular standardization schedules throughout the day. Use radio 6 10 w TV END sports. The Blue Jackets allow the tying goal with under three seconds left and then lose to Florida 43 and a shootout jackets fall 2 to 2 and three on the year. Host the Panthers again tomorrow, this Buckeye Basketball Update SERVICE The Legacy Retirement group. Why a state back in action and I toasting Penn State. Seven o'clock tip off on the Big 10 Network. Five Buckeye Football seniors are getting looked at close by NFL scouts this week as they take part of Senior Bowl Week. The game itself coming up in Alabama on Saturday, and No. One elected to baseball's Hall of Fame this year. No player able to get 75% of the vote required for election. From the central Ohio hunted for sport steps matter, Qualities radio 6 10 W. T. V and me have been 60 Seconds on news. First of five Looking more news from around Ohio and today's House call for health. 506 down 6 10 that would you TV in some snow flurries early today, but it stays mostly cloudy behind the low thirties cloudy and 31. Now this e came to grab in three years ago as an instructional assistant because of the flexibility and the benefits. Ultimately, I wanted to be a teacher and grab that made that possible through his tuition reimbursement program. Grafting is so special because of the kids we serve. There is nothing like seeing a student do things that didn't at first seem possible. You two can work at grabbed a visit grafting. Network backslash careers, So learn more. Hey, there. Have you been thinking about losing weight? You know, here we are beginning of the year and all that. Everybody thinks I'm gonna lose a little weight when they hit the gym. I'm gonna go on that diet. It isn't too long into the new year. Probably about now suddenly realized that ain't gonna work so good. Because your schedule and your routine is the same as it was last year. Right? So you need something to help you lose weight that actually fits into your schedule. I'm gonna tell you something. I was super skeptical when I found this sleep away fat dot com College and protein, and it does not interact with any of your medicines. You sleep like a baby. No side effects, and I really didn't think it was gonna help me lose weight. Well, guess what? I was wrong. I lost Maura than £70. And I've kept it off. You can call 1888 94 Tummy talk Patricia. In fact, Tricia's got a deal for you. Right. Right now we've got a three month supply of the Tummy saver package on sale and you get a free bottle of our immune support, which has vitamin C, visiting all those wonderful things to help keep your immune system's.

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04:51 min | 2 years ago

"columbus city school" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger President, Trump said he would be different than any four of the president's to come before him. Today, he became the only one to be impeached twice. Numbers approving a single article. Incitement of insurrection for last week's deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol, ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Brew freshman representative Cori Bush, imploring her colleagues to take a stand root out white supremacy, starting with impeaching the white supremacist in chief Democrats challenging their Republican colleagues to think beyond politics reflect on your legacy. Just over a year ago, No Republicans voted to impeach the president. But tonight 10 did. That is why, with a heavy heart and clear resolved I will vote Yes, on these articles of impeachment. ABC is Pierre Thomas says the feds are preparing for more violence. BC news has learned that authorities are monitoring up to 10 organized events by demonstrators coming back to Washington the summer calling a week of siege, warning that one group is promising the largest armed protests on American soil. Another event is planned to quote, capture and detain democratic politicians and set up a new government to try and convict congressional Democrats. There. Go quote, eliminating the Democrat ideology from America forever. And that means that security heading into the inauguration could be tighter than ever massive security apparatus set up in and around Capitol building in Washington, D. C and I would be shocked if something happened. That wasn't mitigated immediately, even prior to or during the inauguration, and John Metallic ABC News contributor, former Secret service agent Other former Trump administration members, calling it quits. Acting ice Director Jonathan Fahey was only on the job for two weeks. You're listening to ABC news. News radio 6 10 W. T V and Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is activated the Ohio National Guard this week. 200 of the troops are being sent to Washington, D. C. While over 300 will be stationed around the state capital here in Columbus. The CDC says Over nine million Americans have received their first doses of the Corona virus vaccine, The agency says more than 27 million doses have been delivered to states, but only one third of the vaccines have gone into people's arms Department of Health today. Also releasing the Actually numbers. So far, the state has started vaccinations on more than 321,000 Ohioans. Women have far surpassed men in participation at this time the state has vaccinated 2.7% of Ohioans are news partners at ABC. Six. Ohio's Daily Coronavirus Case, report shows There are 79 new coronavirus related death today. And upwards of 6000 new cases. Ohio's three week average four coronavirus cases is just over 7000 day, with hundreds of new hospitalizations reported daily statewide. Meanwhile, they're trying to get back on the practice field. Columbus City School student athletes will be headed back to practice starting on Friday. Word from the Columbus City schools superintendent. Winter Sports in the district can start back up on January 24th. That is one day after the city's current state home advisory expires. Doctor to Lisa Dixon made that recommendation Tuesday night, saying practice can resume this Friday. That recommendation also includes non sport extracurricular activities in person school. Learning for Columbus isn't scheduled to resume until February. This extracurricular plan could change if the stay at home advisory for the area is extended again. Ohio's three week average for covert cases is over 7000 day, with hundreds of hospitalizations reported daily statewide. I'm Jack Crumley, the district will have students started blended learning model next month. They've been in virtual learning for months. So starting on February, 1st pre K through third grade students will return to the classrooms two days a week and then do online learning the other three days. Columbus Blue Jackets are planning to ask the state to allow fans to watch their home games in nationwide arena this season. They do say health and safety guidelines will be in place and the governor also today signed a new law that regulates electric scooters in the city. It says a child under 16 years old will not be allowed to drive one of those scooters. I'm Alison Wiant. The next update within 30 minutes breaking news it once on NewsRadio. 6 10 W. T V N new started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I need help. Until, like the day that I got arrested. I have been able to accomplish a lot in my recovery. I just want to be happy and I want to thrive in my life..

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Hartville man admits he killed wife, dumped her body

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Hartville man admits he killed wife, dumped her body

"A judge in canton calls at one of the most ghastly criminal cases he's ever seen and it's how seventy-three-year-old phillips snyder of hartfield tried to cover his crime that caused the judge to raise his eyebrows i senator told authorities fifty-three-year-old roberta snyder died of natural causes during a trip to graceland the home of elvis presley he then changed his story saying she died in the parking lot of a memphis hotel then claim she died between columbus and cincinnati and that time he says he went on to graceland His wife's body into the Tennessee river Snyder pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and was sentenced to twenty years to

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