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LSU Health Care Services CEO on coronavirus trends in Louisiana
"Leading state health expert is analyzing cobit nineteen trends in the New Orleans area as we hear from WW wells Dave Cohen the CEO of LSU health care services says there have been encouraging numbers for the last four days of fewer hospitalizations in people on ventilators ventilators it it means means that that we're we're starting starting to to win win and and if if we we keep keep up up the the things things that that we're we're doing doing we we we we will will win win Dr Dr Rebekah Rebekah Gee Gee the the former former state state health health director director says says the the fact fact that more than seventy percent of the people who die in Louisiana with covert nineteen are black maybe more a function of poverty and the the lower income you are the harder it is to get healthy vegetables healthy food be able to afford that said also says two thirds of people who died from cover nineteen had high blood pressure or hypertension and more than forty percent had diabetes
Coronavirus death toll rises in Louisiana
"More people are catching coronavirus in Louisiana and the death toll is climbing WW well Dave Cohen reports a fifth person in Louisiana has now died from cove it ninety eight the Louisiana department of health says this was a ninety eight year old resident of the Lambeth house in New Orleans who succumb to the corona virus this is the third Lambeth house resident to die from the disease L. the H. today also reported forty four new cases this morning over the total that they had provided yesterday there are now two hundred and forty positive test results for coronavirus in
"dave cohen" Discussed on WWL
"Well Dave Cohen tells us one long time tiger thinks they can take down the tide former LSU quarterback herb Tyler thanks the game comes down to the play of the current L. as you quarter back in the day Joe blow out the just going to give us Joe blow and that he says is a tiger advantage thirty something like that you know two hundred some loss with maybe two or three touchdowns and while the odds makers say the Crimson Tide is nearly a touchdown favorite he things that Alice you when's it in a squeaker it was like thirty five kickoff is at two thirty Saturday right here on W. W. well the saints have handed lattice number in recent years you know once Payton got in here he is dominated this series against the falcons W. W. well NFL analyst Mike to sell you a says that will not change Sunday when the seven one saying so is the one in seven falcons he says the black and gold win big over a team that is taking on water how will the new one point three billion dollar airport terminal pay off for greater New Orleans W. W. else Tom Peruvian tells us experts believe there will be a variety of benefits we went to Wade Reagan's real estate analyst to talk about the initial economic impact of the new terminal a general increase in employment located in east Jefferson in that northwest corner of the Jefferson Reagan says this is just the beginning for economic growth in the region he predicts more jobs coming to the area related to the airport including the establishment of a bigger and more robust air freight business serving the area Reagan says it will also lead to more convention and tourism business there's been a robust turnout leading up to the final day of early voting W. W. wells Kevin Barnhart has that story we are well over three hundred thousand votes already secretary state card one says that is just by Thursday morning when comparing that to the primary first round we get three hundred fifty four thousand so we are looking at about four hundred thousand if things continue the way they are are ones as the shorter ballot is making for a streamlined process before moving my forecast leak through the line early voting is open from eight thirty AM to six PM with Saturday being the final day Kevin Barnhart W. W. L. first news president trump says he's not concerned about the impeachment inquiry Korea's testimony becomes public CBS news update president trump indicates what he's heard from the house impeachment inquiry up to now doesn't have him worried I'm not concerned about anything the testimony is all been fine Mr tromping comments outside the White House again called for the whistle blower to be revealed and accuse Democrats of scouring the sea for his opponents to testify for the most part I've never even heard of these people I have no idea.
Tropical storm expected to form in Gulf Coast
"The national hurricane center expects a system in the Gulf of Mexico to become tropical storm or sub tropical storm Nestor suit reporter Dave Cohen tells us it is headed for the northern Gulf
"dave cohen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It's unacceptable. It's almost like the world is becoming blind. And the thing is before he died nipsy, Russell, nipsy hustle. Sarah that had wrapped about Stevie Wonder one day playing at his funeral. Now's was shot and killed March. Thirty first outside his clothing store in south Los Angeles, and man has been arrested charged with the shooting. It's one forty six now to southern Louisiana where police have charged the son of a sheriff's deputy for setting fire to three black churches WWL radio Steve Cohen of talking on with thank Michael Wallace about this on yesterday's afternoon roundup today think he acted alone or could there still be others out there posing a danger? They have not yet made any other arrests, but indicate that the investigation does continue and the governor though was very careful to say he does not believe that this is a reflection of any common ideology or a spreading ideology here in south, Louisiana. He did say that this was one deranged individual this one person who said who is behind all three attacks at these at these three historically black churches, but short of indicating that there was no way anybody with. Was involved. They want to find out if anyone else encourage him helped him plan this or wasn't any way involved in what happened. Meanwhile, all three of the church's vowing to rebuild and to move on. They've been holding church services at other locations. They've had armed open to them from other churches in the region, both white and black. That have said you're welcome here. We want you to continue to do what you've been doing. And we want to help you rebuild. Dave. You mentioned the suspect is the son of a sheriff's deputy. The deputy apparently knew nothing about any of this and indications are that the deputy was not aware. But of course, that's part of the investigation. Police will want to determine if he knew anything at all. And if indeed he did if he would not have shared that information. But that's far. There is nothing to indicate that his father sheriff's deputy was involved or even had knowledge of it. But of course, many people are raising eyebrows. And raising questions to make absolutely sure that is the case WWL Dave Cohen, thanks for joining us. Appreciate it. You bet. CBS news times one forty eight traffic.
"dave cohen" Discussed on WWL
"WWL. Dave Cohen tells us the blaze broke out before eight AM and consumed if a huge home at Saint Charles and second street in the garden district fire crews say by the time they got there was already too late to save the historic structure. It was it was well, well ahead of fire chief Tim McConnell says he pulled all of the firefighters out. So they wouldn't fall through the floor and get injured or worse says the structural components of the mansion we're already starting to collapse. With fire and the control at this point. He says the flame shot up through the walls from the basement or the first second and third floors out the roof the roof started to cave in to a defensive moat. Meaning they were just focused on keeping the fire from spreading to a nearby apartment building they did rescue one elderly woman before the flames got too bad and family members say they got all their pets out to the down men. Cock Montgomery, grace mansion was destroyed today was home to generations of carnival royalty. And the house had been a stopping point during the Rex parade for the king of carnival to make a toast, mardi gras guide publisher. Arthur hardy believes it's luckily Rex will stop this year to even with a home in ruins to at least toast. It's memory. Memory of the building and the family that still lives there. But it certainly won't be the same. The home was built in eighteen eighty eight for John Morris, according to the preservation resource center and sold to Robert down many in nineteen oh six ownership has passed along to downlands descendants ever since city officials issued a public health warning about air quantity and the CBD gentilly French quarter trauma, mid city, fairgrounds, seventh ward and Saint Roch neighborhoods because of that fire and smoke from it advising the elderly and people with respiratory diseases such as asthma to stay indoors, keep doors and windows closed. Well, so far the PD is defending his decision to approach a suspect and return gunfire. When that suspect started shooting at the cops on canal street WWL, David Blake has more on what the independent police monitor is saying Tanya mcclary is anxious to see the results of this ongoing investigation joint investigation between. Them and the Louisiana state police. She says it is too early for any conclusions about police conduct good or bad produce a parallel report. And if we agree with some of the things, we'll say, we agreed if we don't we we won't David wake w wwl first news. The Justice department is preparing to receive the molar reports. CBS news update. More indications at that Muller. Russia probe is pretty much wrapped up and a report could be imminent. President Trump was asked by reporters today if that report could come out next week while he's in Vietnam meeting with North Korean leader Kim, and will it be made public? That'll be totally up to the new attorney general. He's a tremendous manager Mendez person who really respects this country and respects the Justice department. So that'll be totally up to CBS's. Steven Portnoy, there have been a few hints to suggest the special counsels works winding down former acting attorney general Matt Whitaker told reporters he believed the investigation. Was close to being completed. Robert Muller's team has been partnering with US attorneys offices on newer cases, assign a hand off to regular prosecutors is in the works. CBS news sources have said they expect Muller's report to come before deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein departs. He's expected to leave in mid March. CBS news update, I'm Jim shanavie. And now the latest from Wall Street, I'm Jim Cesco with WWL. First business news brought to you by home Bank. Stocks held to a fairly narrow range today but finished mostly higher. The Dow industrials gained sixty three points, while the NASDAQ composite rose just two points, Oklahoma based Devon energy revealed plans to ditch its Canadian assets as well as its interest in the Barnett shale in Texas by the end of this year through either a sale or spinoff, Devon expects the makeover to allow it to become a high return US oil growth business. Devon shares jumped seven percent oil futures finished higher for a sixth straight session as signs of falling OPEC supply outweighed pressure from a continued rise in US. Production March coup jumped one and a half percent to settle at fifty-six.
Supreme Court Blocks Louisiana Abortion Law
"The supreme court. Delta abortion rights opponents of setback last night. In a case, many is tests for the new courts stand on future abortion battles. Dave Cohen reports from New Orleans the five four vote in the US supreme court means that Louis. Cannot enforce the law that requires abortion. Doctors have admitting rights at nearby hospitals as abortion rights supporters appeal, a lower court ruling that they say would have left just one doctor legally allowed to perform abortions in the state. Chief Justice John Roberts voted with the liberal justices on the high court to hand antiabortion groups this
U.S. high court temporarily blocks Louisiana abortion restrictions
"Thursday abortion. Rights advocates have one around at the US supreme court in the fight over a Louisiana law that would limit the number of doctors to perform abortions more from WWL Dave Cohen. The high court has not ruled on the constitutionality of the law, but has ordered Louisiana not to enforce it. While the justices consider the case, the state plan to start requiring abortion doctors have admitting privileges at hospitals near clinics this month after a favourable ruling from the fifth circuit appellate court
U.S. Jesuits release names of clergy accused of sexual abuse
"Dave Cohen for CBS news, New Orleans, the mid west province, which is based here in Chicago and covers much of Illinois outside the Saint Louis area and eleven other states is expected to announce a list of credible allegations later in the month. Traffic weather and low gas prices are coming up next WBZ news time, five thirty six. What does the school bell bring to mind the day's end or the end of school entirely as in kids dropping out at
Kentucky Lottery, New York Times and President discussed on Jon Marks and Ike Reese
"Showers or thunderstorms this afternoon and this evening, but the vast majority of us are just gonna stay hot with temperatures in the lower nineties overnight will drop down into the lower seventies. Then for tomorrow, we're expecting another hot one with temperatures in the nineties and the risk of a few spotty, showers and thunderstorms. It does look like we'll have a thirty percent chance of some showers
IVF May Put Children at Risk for High Blood Pressure
"The hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Confirmation hearings began in the Senate in half an hour on President Trump's supreme court nominee as opponents are gearing up. This is Steve Futterman in Washington. Democrats say they will try to delay, and perhaps even blocked the brick cavern nomination care going to see some really strong sets of questions from a number of us that are on that you give Sherry committing. Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar is upset that Democrats are being denied access to more than one hundred thousand documents related to cavenaugh. Most believe Republicans have the numbers in the Senate to get the nomination through an additional forty two thousand documents released late last night people along the Gulf Coast are bracing for a hurricane. Tropical storm, Gordon is expected to transition as it picks up steam on its route northward before making landfall tonight WWL Dave Cohen in New Orleans decis. They have urged people to have two days supply of food and water on hand other have been long lines at area grocery stores. Breed and and you know, Kane food people purchasing lots of non perishables and getting ready just in case, Gordon makes life uncomfortable. You kind of expect the worst thing. Nobody knows what mother nature does always. We're always concerned. I mean, you know, it's like Murphy's law. If something's going to happen. It's going to have Dave Cohen for CBS news. New Orleans Nike shares have fallen almost two percent after the company released an ad featuring Colin Kaepernick with the words believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything the quarterback, I did take a knee during the national anthem and hasn't worked in two years. Branding expert, Alan Adam said strategic decision on Nike's part to define what the brand is about. And that their brand stands for celebrating athletes in thirty years of just do it and incorporating him was obviously not an accident. President Trump has been vocal about his opposition to the anthem protests. Supporters have been posting videos of themselves burning their Nike sneakers new study links in. Vitro fertilization to health issues in children live to CBS's. Vicki Barker, the Swiss researchers found teenagers born through IVF were six times more likely to have high blood pressure, then naturally conceived children putting them at a greater risk of heart attacks and strokes later in life. If more research confirms the results of this small study, it would suggest IVF baby should be monitored for hypertension throughout their lives. Deborah FBI agents. Follow a path to a pair of ruby slippers. Judy Garland war in the wizard of Oz. Shoe stolen from the Judy Garland museum in Michigan thirteen years ago. Details on their recovery be released this afternoon s and p futures are down five this is CBS news. To experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy. Ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief. Good morning, overcast seventy degrees at eight. Oh, three. I'm Steve Simpson. WCTC news. This hour's top local story Dorothy is red ruby slippers worth two million dollars. They were stolen back in two thousand five from Grand Rapids museum. Well, they've been recovered that. According to the FBI the red ruby slippers worn and the iconic movie the wizard of Oz. Getting the ruby flipper. Yeah. The last sale the last private sale is for two million dollars. Reese Thomas is author of the nineteen eighty nine book. The ruby slippers of Oz. The shoes were one of several worn by Judy Garland in the nineteen thirty nine movie classic. They were still in two thousand five from the Judy Garland Ziam last week. He was contacted by the FBI who said they've been found and authenticated. Now, I believe that because there are very few people in the world who do know exactly what the shoes look like that really only handful. I'm one of them. I've seen all the pairs. You says with the Minneapolis FBI making the announcement at tells him the smash and grab job back in two thousand five was local Edgar girl. WCC Minneapolis FBI said told a press conference this afternoon detail, how those shoes were in fact discovered. Well, it's back to school for tens of thousands of school kids across the state today on this day after Labor Day thirty eight thousand students and seven thousand staff. For heading back to classes in the Saint Paul school district today. That's the state's second largest superintendent Joe Gothard telling daily in the morning news that safety is always front and center of what they do. But we have, you know, just an incredible security emergency management team in great cooperation with Saint Paul police department so feel again, very good. You know that we've made adjustments and been able to to keep with emerging trends and school safety next year. The district is changing start times for students. He says about twenty schools will start either seven thirty or nine thirty that's to accommodate high school and middle school students to have an eight thirty start time. The Minnesota state fair has never drawn two million people in one year that could change with final figures released later today last year's fair set the current all time record with more than one point nine million. What could put the two thousand eighteen state fair over the two million? Mark is the number of single day records that we said so far there were five one day highs including Saturdays all-time record of. More than two hundred seventy thousand a man severely beaten. After leaving the fair remains in critical condition. This morally Saturday morning police were dispatch six blocks away from the state fairgrounds for a report of an assault when they arrived. They found the victim unconscious and severely beaten. According to Saint Paul police spokesperson, Steve lenders is very serious injuries. Peers he's been assaulted and. He's still in critical condition. Randy Donald identified the victim as his forty eight year old brother, Mike who was catching an Uber after leaving the fair, you told the pioneer press, his brother and a friend passed by a house party. When words were exchanged. He said his brother was then attacked with possibly a baseball bat. No arrests have been made Sloan Martin WCTC. Oh, some alarming news out about the problem of meth in Minnesota, Marnie Paulsen is chief operating officer at project turnabout and recovery center in western Minnesota alcohol has always been number one in the number of addiction or addictive related illnesses today. Nothing better means are within two percentage points of alcohol that has never been seen before he says heroin continues to plague the inner city more than math. But math is a much bigger problem out state. WBZ news time is eight oh.
Scott Morrison is new Australian PM as Malcolm Turnbull ousted
"Australia has new prime minister, here's CBS news, reporter, Scott, Maimon Scott Morrison becomes Australia's seventh prime minister, in eleven years it follows a week of turmoil within the ruling coalition, government with Malcolm Turnbull resigning as prime. Minister after he accepted a leadership challenge from within the party as a vote of confidence in him personally but he's also announced he's resigned from politics that means the coalition will no longer, have enough seats in parliament to form a majority government it'll need to. Form, an, alliance with, independence or. Call a snap general
Plano School District, Dave Cohen and Dallas discussed on 24 Hour News
"The. Plano school district near Dallas has a high school student has a confirmed case of the measles classes started last week and the local. Health departments has anyone who went into the school last week could. Develop symptoms that includes. People who have been vaccinated one parent dropping off her daughter. Does not understand why people are getting the vaccine I know a lot of people say there, are some negative things that come from sonny's vaccinations but I feel like I was vaccinated as. A kid and I seem to be. Just fine Texas is one of eighteen stays that let parents opt out flaxseeds in about. Two percent of kids in plano are. Not vaccinated the centers for disease control has confirmed one hundred twenty four cases of measles across the US this year compared to just one hundred, eighteen in all of, two thousand
Mario Batali Faces New Lawsuit Over Sexual Assault Claims
"Louisiana orders the Catholic church to let to students returned to school. While they fight a policy, that bans. Their hairstyle at school only allows students to wear their. Own natural hair cube girls are suing. Saying. The policy that banned extensions in their hair is discriminatory because they're black they're back in school at least for. Now right now this, is just a temporary injunction within usually. A week to two weeks a hearing conducted professor dainty Elena says, an order for the planet to, get, a permanent injunction against Christ the king parish Catholic
Tesla stock sinks after Musk gives tearful NYT interview
"The NFL wants to make sure that people are not leaving bombs in their cars at games at the Mercedes. Benz Superdome have released a video about the new procedures that include explosive ordinance or bomb sniffing. Dogs Enhanced vehicle screening conducted by an e. O d canine teeth in hopes of reducing delays for people going to games there instructing drivers what to do when. The canine and the handler approach a car and
Salmonella, Amanda Stylianos and Pepperidge Farm discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Day three days a week That was, enough every six months to see these health improvements study primary investigator Amanda Stylianos Dave Cohen for CBS news New Orleans there's. Another voluntary recall this time. On four different flavors of pepperidge farms goldfish snack crackers Campbell Soup which owns pepperidge farm. Says it was notified by a supplier that the way powder used in the goldfish could have, salmonella no, illnesses have been reported this comes just a day after. Ritz crackers products were also voluntarily recalled for. Potential salmonella you could say up to date with WBZ ten thirty or download the iheartradio app and, listen Anthony time and a man from Heber learns the judgment free zone philosophy of planet fitness only goes..
Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Amanda Stylianos and Alison Keys discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney
"They play. Interactive video games It gets you. Play these games actually lost. Weight and improved their cholesterol and blood pressure and increase their physical activity LSU's Pennington biomedical research center had kids play the XBox three sixty connect for an hour a day, three days, a week that was enough, every six, months to see these health improvements study primary investigator Amanda Stylianos Dave Cohen for CBS news New Orleans new, research from group, of cardiologists across. The nation suggests that if you're going. To drink coffee and tea do so regularly TBS. Steve's. Correspondent Alison keys, tells us there's one drink they think people, should avoid cardiologists and lead study author Andrew Freeman says the caffeine..
"dave cohen" Discussed on WWL
"Jail Dominy wwl's Dave Cohen tells us it started with a call Suspicious? Activity deputies I. Encountered the suspects allegedly polling? Door handles on cars near west esplanade and Saverne that's where the first? Shots were fired according to sheriff Joe lopinto we had original shots were fired? Officer he said, the suspects took off in the high speed chase was underway to Veterans Memorial boulevard the suspects of began shooting our officers at cleary and veterans sheriff. Says there was a third round of gunfire when the chase ended, at. The end of veterans at. The canal levee the suspect exited the vehicle with a gun now our offices over fired here none of the bullets hit anyone to Jaffe. Were treated for minor injuries after their car was rammed they arrested teens, range in. Age from thirteen to nineteen and. They were. In a car stolen in New Orleans other top stories this morning the Thai soccer team celebrating. CBS news. Special reports Hello and we say Hello back right Yeah and then what happened Was the twelve tie boy sent their soccer coach describing how nine days of darkness was. Ended by an English diver eight days later all had been rescued from that flooded, cave describing through an interpreter, how the, ordeal. Has changed I guess stronger, and I have, more patience endurance tolerance morning. A life lost as CBS's Anna Werner reports the somber moment, as they remembered the time navy seal who lost his life. Trying to help rescue them they said that they felt guilty about this unfortunate incident. And looking to the future I would, like to follow my dream which is still. To be a football player and another career that I would like to have is I would like to be a navy seal then all thirteen went home to their families and what doctors hope. Will be a normal. Life CBS news special report I'm Vicky Barker how? Much money do you earn how? Much, does your spouse make well the. Census. Bureau found that way Wives earned more than husbands of both will feel about their incomes to make it, seem like the man is, earning more, local. Coppell's therapists David Burr sheer, says wives go, along with this charade in. Part to help protect their husbands feelings but.
Angela Hernandez, CBS and New Orleans discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update
"Forty, one the northern California Oregon woman is very lucky after surviving a crash Tunnicliffe into the, Pacific Ocean of weeks stranded on the beach looking for help as well Angela Hernandez recovering after being rescued less writing new bigger, buttery county sheriff Steve Brunell says Hernandez used radiator. Hose from her total SUV tapped to collect, rainwater she used that radiator hose to collect the water from that natural spring in the club and from what I understand. Talking to her sister she said she. Spent about an hour collecting water and just drinking water a. Helicopter took Hernandez to. A hospital handlers at the New Orleans, zoos say a FOX has died after, being injured by another animal, that escaped its habitat over the weekend all nine. Animals. Attacked when a Jaguar escaped his enclosure Saturday have now died five alpaca three FOX's an EMU or, dead but Valeria the three year old Jaguar will I'm not be put down. It was doing what Jaguars do, we certainly are not going to euthanize the animal Audubon zoo vice presidential Hamilton's you managing director. Kyle Burks thanks, everyone for, an outpouring of love, for the animals that were killed and their handlers. Who are, now suffering these. Are our family. And and we've had such a great response from the public Dave Cohen for CBS news New Orleans Johnson standing by live with a CBS. News newsroom with a look at, what's ahead, on the CBS news at. Five Roberts getting closer to dinnertime at some people look cooking up unique recipes A-share. Are Keith you've got your sauce you're pasta how about your marijuana that's right as in. Pot special cooking classes are going on now for, medical marijuana users will show you where and how they're doing it coming. Up at five and then it's six is story that sounds like. It, is, from the wild west that's right Chris a woman walking her dog and it is shot with. An arrow the dog's going to be okay but understandably. The owners shaken up about this will show you that story coming, up at six Kristen key lowered Rob Johnson The. CBS news at five and six WBZ news time. Three forty central alarm how. Can I help, you hi. I installed my alarm system myself along with the video doorbells the now it's not working so I need help. Well we only sell, and service real security systems like alarm dot com alarm dot, com alarm dot com they're, the biggest smart home technology player out there it's the best so it's all we install sounds like you could use it I definitely could how soon can you get here hi I'm Ali, one of. The founders of. Alarm dot com when, we started. Alarm dot com fifteen? Years ago. I wanted to, offer everyone.
James River, Virginia and Us discussed on KNX Programming
"Plan will be made public after services today marking the two hundred aaniversary of the church's founding river outing in virginia term tragic to people are missing after their pleasure boat hit an oyster barge on the james river near portsmouth in the hampton roads area of southeastern virginia good samaritans and other boats rescued four people who were thrown into the water two of them were critically hurt the us coastguard is investigating the accident jim krasula cbs news a beach along florida's atlantic coast has now been reopened after being shut down after two apparent shark attacks just five minutes apart but lifeguards are on high alert in case of any more shock reports near that beach just north of jacksonville on friday a teenage boy and a man were both bitten on their feet by what's believed to be at least one shark although neither of the victims actually saw what attack them we're learning more about a jaguar which escaped its enclosure at the audubon zoo in new orleans though officials still archer how the animal got out security took down the big cat with a tranquilizer dart but not before it was able to kill four l paca in emu and a fox there were no human injuries zoo vice president kyle burks we're looking at every possible 'cause we we will be able to provide you with more information once the investigation is completed presidency yo ron forman says they've brought in grief counselors this is their family so a tragedy when we lose animal of any type dave cohen for cbs news new orleans well there's research out now that shows kids could lose as much as thirty percent of their hard earned knowledge that they picked over the.
Prime Minister, Haiti and New Orleans discussed on WBBM Programming
"The wbz newsradio dot com slash events newsradio seven eighty at one point nine fm w wbz news time five forty to the news watch continues the prime minister of haiti has resigned amid widespread unrest following his failed attempt to increase fuel prices guy lafont appeared before lawmakers to answer questions and announced that he's quit at least seven people were killed violent riots over the government's attempt to raise fuel prices by up to fifty one percent authorities in new orleans are trying to figure out how a big cat escaped and attacked other animals at zoo officials at the audubon zoo say the jaguars scapegoats enclosure before the zoo is open to the public they were able to capture it in about an hour but not before it killed four alpbach and emu and a fox zoo staff and security personnel sedated the jaguar and are now conducting an investigation to figure out exactly how the animal escaped dave cohen where cbs news new orleans wisconsin humane society had a busy friday the thirteenth the lincoln county humane society took in twelve cats yesterday of those dozen felines ten were black officials at the male facility tells cbs fifty eight in milwaukee the cats will the u maleable for adoption very soon i figure eight race in maple park turned deadly last night year old tim urge of ac of morton grilled was pronounced dead at the at a dekalb hospital after kane county authorities say he was trapped in his vehicle following a crash at sycamore speedway officials say no one else was injured in the two vehicle crash to other races that were scheduled for the night were cancelled the following the accident george offman gets you all caught up with the latest business news in just a moment.
Jaguar escapes enclosure at New Orleans zoo, mauls six animals
"And a half million dollars for increased security donations have been received for metal detectors john mark dempsey newsradio ten eighty krld authorities in new orleans or trying to figure out how a big cat escaped and attacked other animals at the zoo there w wwl's dave cohen has more an investigation is underway to figure out how a jaguar escaped its enclosure here at the audubon zoo they say in less than an hour zoo staff were able to sedate the animal but not before it killed six other animals in nearby enclosures a fox and emu and four pack i did not survive it's all happened before the zoo was opened and no humans were injured dave cohen for cbs news new orleans north texas woman says she feels lucky after giving birth on friday the thirteenth twice risvan you gave birth to her second friday the thirteenth baby at medical city plano yesterday she told nbc five sebastian is doing great you says her daughter was also born on friday the thirteenth two years ago traffic and weather together jr colby is in the ten eighty traffic center thank you tom in tarrant county we've got a new problem on one twentyone eastbound at hearst few traffic backing up on the northeast lupe twenty earlier construction has cleared one eighty three eastbound actor dallas county 635 spent seventy five northbound ramp roadwork blocking the left lane construction blocking various lanes seventy five northbound to enroll on forest delays back to northwest highway we've also got a new problem popping up on sixty seven northbound around daniel dale that's got traffic backed up almost to joe wilson road i'm jay colby on the traffic leader from the krld weather center mostly sunny hot and dry all weekend long highs today will be in the high nineties the ten percent chance of showers this afternoon but you know that's a long shot sunny and hot tomorrow highs.
"dave cohen" Discussed on KOMO
"A mystery dave cohen komo news a wildfire burning near the california oregon border more than doubled in size overnight it started in hornbook california near i five and is now burning more than twenty one thousand acres at least one person was killed and forty homes have been destroyed another three hundred fifty are in the fire's path ferrari fans flooded into retin today for the ferrari concours thousands of people got to check out more than one hundred ferraris of all kinds today the ferrari club of america puts on this event every year but after today's they're putting in a whole temporarily the northwest region has been chosen to host the national annual ferrari meet in twenty twenty one down in portland we wanted to focus on that so that's the reason why we decided to put a brake on this until after the thousand twenty one national meet the value of some of the cars on display today ranged all the way up to seventy million dollars komo news time is five ten that means it's time to head over to the komo sports desk and pep talk castro tells us what's going on well the all star teams have been unveiled and representing the mariners will be mitch haniger nelson cruz and closer edwin after scoring two runs over the first two games against colorado the mariners scored three in the first inning of the series finale they went on to avert a sweep with a six four win ryan healy brought the go ahead three run home run the six that after he hammered a two run double in the first wnba there at the half a key arena the storm trailing the mistakes forty six forty four sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour on the home.
"dave cohen" Discussed on WWL
"Seven on wwl dave cohen newell norman we're talking with your are triborough cpa about today being tax deadline day today's the day you have to file with uncle sam for your federal taxes gerard several people have asked me how they think the tax code will impact them next year specifically if their property owners and they cannot deduct that mortgage insurance our mortgage interest pardon me insurance do but primarily mortgage interest do you expect that to be a major issue for a lot of people no because the way the code was changed it has to be interest on quote acquisition indebtedness a more than seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars so dave you must know a lot of rich people can change in the law so there's no interest limitation for the average homeowner but but what happens is that there's a combined standard deduction exemption and that that includes includes medical taxes interest contributions and there's no more miscellaneous itemized deductions so it's just the learning curve with working around these changes is going to take some time and also we hope that congress doesn't change it again before people understand it this is this is this subject of of constant changes is is is very discouraging i think that's going to depend on who wins control of the house who wins control of the white house next election cycle and so many other factors but at least we know we have this for next filing year what's what happens is this okay i think that the changes the way the changes go through in legislation is that the people in the middle state of say it affects the people at the bottom it at.
"dave cohen" Discussed on WWL
"Dave cohen from jefferson financial federal credit union studios live and local on wwl call 5042601870 text eight seventy eight seventy or tweet at wwl am fm if you're not hiding something let them looks as one tax message eight seventy eight seventy only if you are hiding something do you cause trouble i don't know some people stand on the constitutional ground that i have the right not to let you search because that is you're right that they need to have a warrant to search your car your home if they suspect you're up to no good person says though if you're not let them search if you are well then you're in i i don't know i see people standing on the right just because you have the right but i also see the point of hey i'm not gonna sit here for hours and hours while they seek a warrant i got things to do search my car let me go another person tax me at eight seventy eight seventy says cantrell either found a way to cover it up or she's not worried they will find anything i think one or the other must be absolutely true but i believe her attorneys honestly think that there's nothing to hide so they're allowing the attorney general's office to look through her financial records as they investigate whether or not she broke the law when she charged thousands of dollars to her city council credit card and later paid that money back some of those charges were on there for a long long time before she paid it back and the payback came right when she was deciding she was going to run for mayor which raises a lot of eyebrows and goes wait a minute if you knew that you were supposed to pay these charges back why don't you just do that at the time or why do if it was a mistake and you shouldn't have used your city council credit card for those charges why did you wait till you're running for mayor to pay them back that makes it look like you did have something to hide or you are trying to remedy something that was done incorrectly we shall see.
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"You terrible i'm dave cohen wwl first news on the sixth of april two thousand eighteen tgif tara welcome to friday awful thought he have you yeah you know i'm careful and caring should snake and advocate for celebrations on friday so i think it's time that we should jump around rally take care of my aerobics there you go wherever you are jump around right now folks jump up jump up and get down you do all three i can't good for you again somebody been in my crawley oh i'm not sure where my cry is and i'm not sure what my crop does but i do know when something's in it and i don't like it that's why the crawfish goes i guess i'm not i hope not not wanna crawfish and micro again i don't know where my cry is but i definitely don't wanna crawfish it now it's been in my cries out one pizza chain has this new campaign where they're sharing with folks that they have insurance for your pizza oh yes i've said if you come in and pick up your pizza that they will ensure it until the point that you are able to actually consume it and eat it and if anything happens to it prior to that after the time you leave the store to the time that it gets in your belly they will replace it and at first i thought well that's a good idea that's nice of them you know it's a free service they're giving you insurance against you know anything happening you're dropping it to someone's stealing it to it whatever but then i thought never in the history of my many years of picking up pizza and i generally go get the pizza i don't generally have it delivered to me because the pizza places only three minutes from my house in fact i live very near a row of pizza places where that would make sense peter david yes so i go and pick it up and i thought wait a minute i have never ever had anything happened to my pizza between the time i pick it up at the time i eat it and now you're offering me something i don't really need with your pizza between the time you receive it and the time you eat it.
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"Dave cohen wwl i knew trump has signed a one point three trillion dollar spending bill into law after threatening a veto cbs news update i say to congress i will never sign another bill like this again i'm not gonna do it again but president trump did sign the one point three trillion dollar package that keeps the government spending an operating till the end of september while we're very disappointed in the one point three trillion nobody more disappointed than me because the number so large we'll start coming down we had no choice but to fund our military has package also has one point six billion dollars earmarked for construction of new sections of the border wall and replace older sections that's less than the twenty five billion requested by the trump administration is white house correspondent major garrett the fact is the white house was a key and persistent negotiator in every detail this bill the president may say he's disappointed but it reflects the exact negotiating position his white house took with the republican in led congress to put this bill together cbs news update i'm dave barrett tomorrow's election in jefferson parish is shaping up to be a real cliffhanger as wwl david blake reports most polls have shown a likely photo finish in the heat of battle for sheriff it's considered to be the most powerful job in jefferson the largest sheriff's department in the state a budget of one hundred twenty five million and fifteen hundred employees but what analysts clancy duboe says despite the attacks from both sides people seem to like both ma'am no dodger vader in this race in spite of what they're saying about each other they're really both good solid guy so who's going to take it i wouldn't dare to predict who's going to win this race i think you could flip a coin it's all going to come down to turn out which candidate can get his voters to the polls david blake wwl first news ponchatoula woman has been found guilty of her fifth dwi offense holly ramirez power is facing ten to thirty years in prison she could be jailed for twenty to.
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"Wwl first news here's dave cohen on wwl am fm and dot gov and ten minutes after 500 am it's the early edition of wwl first news on this the while first of march two thousand eighteen february gone march has arrived happy day before friday the day we like to call friday eve here on the early edition friday the day so nice we celebrate it twice here on wwl yeah getting closer to the weekend in man we're going to get some kind of normal temperatures for this time of year coming up that'll be nice cold front coming through the night brings a chance of rain and then tomorrow much cooler will be about where we belong in a beautiful weekend on tab feels like the first seasonably normal weather we've had since about a week before mardi gras which feels like forever lifetime if you care it really does you know it just boggles my mind that every day now there's another kit arrested at another school whether it's on the northshore the south shore the east bank of the west bank somewhere around here every single day for the last couple of weeks there are students arrested for either making real threats against their high schools or middle schools or making fake threats or a taping plastic waterbottles with duct tape to polls during emergency drills or making hitlists of people that they allegedly planned to kill i just don't understand how the message is not getting through two kids around the area i dunno of parents aren't talking to them i dunno school administrators aren't talking to them but at this point it's gotten to so ridiculous how many schools of add to closer parents have had to keep their kids homer come and get their kids early because ever since the floor school shooting there's just been this rash nonstop steady parade of kids palmos crab or definitely don't seem to be watching the news.
"dave cohen" Discussed on WWL
"Allstar break their ana terr they've now one five in a row and the last two they we needed extra time to do at winning in overtime man yeah you a lot of folks figured that this team was left for dead with demarcus cousins injured seasonending injury are going into the break dead won three in a row coming out now two straight so five and rove climbed up to six place in the western conference standings are very impressive from the team i was watching the game yesterday definitely playing with a lot of energy despite they got down eighteen points before halftime and minutes to rally back were used to seeing them cough up the leads instead of you know struggling to fight back from them we'll see if they can keep this got going tonight now at home against the phoenix suns another ball game they should win i hope the hindu it and fourquarters though no more time we don't need a key gone over time to win game thank if the we'll get you more time in about twenty five minutes here on wwl aftab yard favorite tom hanks movie oh definitely big when i was a kid wants you to millions of times it could probably do it recite the lot line for line really wow okay gotta go find a fortune teller machine and make a wish thank you steve will talk to you with more sports coming up at about five fifty or by the way of course we're talking about sports several people have text in a league of their own there's no crying in baseball dave cohen on wwl the news talk and sports leader move rothenbuhler futile louisiana aren't twenty five hundred employees live and work across the city power teachers seville naturelovers filters incision how do we say drouin changing times you stay the course even when times are hard my name is kim alderman and and work in a laugh yet off i love the outdoors and i love tonight nature atat any how to overcome obstacles and.
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"The early edition of wwl first news with dave cohen on the news talk and sports leader wwl unburdened jackson made eight seventy eight seventy and says that 247 wall street ranking louisiana as the second most miserable stayed is almost like someone making comments about a movie they've never seen good point now the present says you can have fun at your house but you can't go enjoy the city without having to worry about being shot a rob i've never been shot an i've never been robbed i enjoy the city quite frequently another person says you know they ranked the state not just new orleans the state is broke poor and taxes are high will i gotta tell you this i've lived elsewhere in louisiana and i found that folks in other parts of the state are actually happier than we are here i have never seen a place before like rural louisiana rural central louisiana where i live for awhile where families and i'm talking about mothers fathers children ants uncles cousins grandparents everybody gets together every weekend and they're frye in something grilling something or boylan something they're drinking and playing music and having a good time it's like a family reunion every weekend of these folks they don't make a lot of money they're not the healthiest people in the world but by god they loved their families and they have a whole lot of fun so i'm not just talking about new orleans when it comes to the forecast let's check with the weather is like in new orleans we'll see some such ibca do the clouds today be warm adieu of the twenty percent chance for a shower look for more record highs around 82 now four tonight mostly cloudy with patchy fog.
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"Police fastfood worker upset at having to work aim morning shift what's wrong with working morning show i'm not really was that has given new meaning to a berido to go slinging are hot one at is taco bell supervisor in south carolina police in spartanburg were called to the eatery this week where supervisor reported that telling the worker to stop being a crybaby just before being beamed with the food filled projectile serves like the police report says the supervisor had turned away when melted cheese from the airborne barito's splattered on him ghuti's stuff also quote made a mess of the entire kitchen as the berido exploded on impact police say the worker didn't stop there adding that they were told that he took off his headset broke it over his knee and stormed out something tells me he won't be working the morning shift or any other shift anytime soon now i don't think he's going to have much going on police have not yet determined charges no arrest has been made yet it seems pretty clear gut can't throw berido at anybody particularly your supervisor now probably not a good idea if you're not a morning person yeah i forgetting up in the morning to be very difficult but it's still khemaies negative yet deemed as my my melwert of throwing here no yeah i did it eating now i want to eat them i don't want to lead don't throw it he did breakfast breakfast burritos please absolutely a sports perito with steve is after this dave cohen with the largest radio news team.
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"Last six months look i think hostiles are always a possibility i think you know buyers tried to avoid it whenever possible especially when this questions about integration antitrust hurdles were you want to work closely together with the target company but just like we've seen in the us with broad com qualcomm when a buyer really want something and if the target company is just being too defensive they are willing to pull the trigger and go directly to shareholders is the us going to have a better year next year as you kind of would hinted earlier and we talked about in the intro i this year has been a a year which confidence is not necessarily be no clarity maybe hasn't been that state side is looking to return next year and what is not going to happen i think the big triggered that everyone is waiting for this year and that kind of explains the lag behind a european deal volume is tax reform and so i think now that that's through i think there's a very good chance we'll see a pickup in deals in the us because you have these megacorporations that are able to bring their money that's been stuck abroad for years they can deploy that for emina as well as buybacks dividends accelere so i think that will be a trigger for a pick up in in the us and he deals you'd watch out for extra look i think the big topic is tech disruption we saw this year with amazon going into the retail space in you know groceries with whole foods and we've seen carmakers going into tech so i think that will be a huge topic going forward tech disruption how did the older companies the traditional ones like disney compete with the netflixing of the world and we saw that just this month with disney buying the the you know the large amount of fox assets i think that's all about how do i just how do i defend against tech disruption and i think that will be huge theme of two thousand eighteen thanks very much dave cohen this.
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"61 degrees light grain of the broadcast center temperatures holding steady through the day and it will clear out with sunshine this afternoon from the traffic center there's a problem ju if you've northbound at route thirty a multi vehicle accident there blocking the left lane and then we'll be back with an update on that in the traffic that article a minute kyw news time 554 the opioid epidemic hitting many fear homes are the kyw is molly daily report here's will director nick ran says it's a different world from when he started out in the eighty i can literally remember the odu we have but where few and far between now ran says he sometimes prepares as many as ten people a week when multiple lie claimed by and especially bad batch of drugs scheduling can be difficult met with family and expresses under there is not the only situation like that in in the building at the time ran off and recommends families check out the 12step programme nor a non as well as other counselling programmes because the process of dealing with such a loss never really ends generally the you know maybe the easier part than when they walk out the door and go back the difficult it's tough for the funeral director to think about worry about molly daily kyw news radio kyw news time five fifty one police in louisiana an oil rigged exploded on lake pontchartrain last night injuring it least six people were just before eight p m here in new orleans that people near lake pontchartrain just north of new orleans started reporting hearing a huge explosion there was a math soup a boom it somewhat like a sonic boom where you choose penetrated your entire body others raised to the lakefront didn't started shooting video on social media there's an oil rig that blew a eight still pavin inflaming away dave cohen for cbs news new orleans kyw news time five fifty two sam's back traffic and transit on the tubes pointing brennan view accidents across the board with us rick with.
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"Storms serge dave cohen for cbs news new orleans massachusetts police officers today will head for puerto rico to assist local police in the wake of hurricane maria wbz's carl stevens were that among the dozens of massachusetts police officers heading for puerto rico or four officers from chelsea two of whom are heading down there today for chelsea police sergeant jose hotel this is personal he was bored just outside of san juan my brother he works for the power company he's a linesman and he's restoring power down there to arm children's hospitals and stuff but yet his own home i know that he has no running water he has no light he says another one of his brothers the police officer in puerto ricoh had to travel three hours just to get a cell phone signal they've got a lot of work to do down there girl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 and what is the fate of the iran nuclear deal president trump is telling the world to tune in next week the find out the president sat with his military leaders last night speaking out on the obama negotiated deal involving six other our countries we must put an end to iran's continued aggression and nuclear ambitions they have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement sources say the president will decertified iran is complying with the nuclear agreement another matter supposedly pudding humid odds with secretary of state rex tillerson and defence agree terry james mattis who say tehran is complying within narrow scope of what it pledged in pulling back its nuclear programmes bob costantini washington man wbz news time is ten forty two it's time now to check sports mike riley is.
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"Cohen and the early edition of wwl first news live from our latter blum studios in the heart of new orleans on wwl five monica pierre in for dave cohen this morning and it's going to be another high day break out there sunglasses again today don't forget that sunscreen do give you a hot went out there and overly humid for the day with a slight chance of rain only a ten percent in a high around ninety four tonight partly cloudy becoming a little bit muggia with low temperatures in the mid 70s now at wednesday the humidity comes back along with a mix of sun and clouds and he 30 percent chance for spotty showers and thunderstorms high temperatures climb to eighty nine it'd be very human are thursday the chance rank goes up to sixty percent the rate will be heavy at times without some of the thunderstorms and high temperatures will be in the mid '80s for the pinpoint forecast center i'm wwl tv meteorologist dave nussbaum thank you dave right now eighty one in cloudy at armstrong international airport was the at the black and gold step up during the first five days training camp steve geller address that the answer good morning to you steve thank you monica good morning everybody the scenes get a break today as if the themes first day off from camp they'll be getting re they've been getting react many the practicing in the unforgiving heat of the south in the summertime after spending the last three years in the cool near west virginia drew brees tells us that the greenbriar was great but there's no place like home i like it all ipr facility alike view amongst our fair i upper kuta we've had a lot of us were we've had care purification developed at a tougher units for having to deal with these condition overheat everything else when.