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"dave packard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Begins with a B C's Dave Packard. A lot of parents of young kids going through what Cara McDowell is finding when she puts her five year old online for virtual classes. He was just, you know, kind of laying there moaning like, Oh, this is so boring psychologist Dr David Anderson tells ABC News. The key is to help him through that experience. You know you're gonna be in virtual learning for this third time. So let's figure out what you might be able to schedule the rest of the day. That might help to remove when it comes to how much parents of little one should be hovering over their kids. Try out first is seeing how long the kids might stand days without oversight, and then you try to intervene as minimally as you can keep it engaged on. Dr Anderson, the father of a four year old says. Parents need to think about there. Expectations. I'm accepting that there might be some occasional appears on opportunity reminded what school Richards look like as well as at least in some way awakening a sense of learning curiosity. Dave Packer ABC News, the Ohio Department of the EU, releasing its 2020, Ohio school. Report cards today or actually, yesterday, I should say, but they do not include any actual grades. Now, officials say This is because so many students did not take the spring State test because of Coben 19. The numbers released includes graduation rates and prepared for success Metrics, which are based on college entrance exam scores. Latest Govind 19 numbers in Ohio. 1000 and one new cases reported yesterday. Some very upset residents and over the Rhine. It wasn't that many years ago over the Rhine was called the most dangerous neighborhood in the United States. Greg Olsen fears Those days are returning, He says. Crime's out of control along Main Street and police don't seem to want intervene. Folks are coming down to our area..
"dave packard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Dave Packard, Georgia's Republican governor is suing the city of Atlanta to stop it from enforcing a mandate to wear masks in public and other covert 19 safety measures, claiming Atlanta's mayor, Keisha Lance bottoms is overstepped her authority. ABC is Victor a kendo governor. Brian Camp, filing a lawsuit seeking to block Atlanta from rolling back Sorts of its reopening, including closing down dining rooms and that all important mask mandate, he says he's doing this on behalf of struggling businesses. Meanwhile, the governors of Colorado in Arkansas who both previously opposed statewide mask orders have reversed course. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, saying that the daily number of new covert 19 infections have flattened in his state and maybe starting to decline. The governor praised local officials for Passing mask ordinances, Although there is no state wide ordinance, President Trump's approval rating going down his new Corona virus cases rise. A new ABC News Washington Post poll shows. Six in 10 Americans say they don't trust the president on his handling of the pandemic. ABC is Andy Field surveys showing just 38% say the president's doing well handling the pandemic. That's down from 46% approval two months ago. 64% say they have little trust in the president on covert 19. Well, nearly half the public saying they don't trust him at all. While the president has stress free opening the economy, 63% say that's the wrong priority. They feel it's more important to first control the virus spread. The NSA is accusing Kremlin linked hackers of trying to steal Corona virus vaccine research from the U. S. Canada and Great Britain. ABC Chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas allegations that Russian intelligence is trying to steal that critical research. The warning that the group a PT, 29 also known as cozy bed They're suspected of having ties to the Kremlin's domestic and foreign.
"dave packard" Discussed on KOMO
"Dave Packard President Trump Packing his Fourth of July weekend with celebrations with a crowd of supporters on the South Lawn of the White House Saturday, and with another defensive speech against those he labels the country's enemies. Washington An ABC is Rachel Scott, President Trump's Salute to America. That pact with fireworks, military flyovers and partisan attacks were now in the process of Defeating the radical left. The marks is the anarchists, the agitators the looters on the South Lawn of the White House. The president called for equality while delivering a divisive message slamming the media, China and the toppling of controversial monuments view of the attendees to the president's event wearing masks or social distancing, But some Texans air warning their fellow Americans. That this is something they should be taking seriously during their celebrations. This single North Texas family says seven of their family members have tested positive despite their best efforts from March until now. We took it serious and Dan June 20th had walked into the House residents in Hidalgo and Stark County's getting a terrifying alert on their phones Friday, warning them nearby Hospitals were at capacity, and if so many people set off fireworks at home. More than 300 Houston firefighters are in quarantine. ABC is Trevor Ault. The South Carolina and a deadly shooting overnight. You a ambulance here. Apart from that we have taken the shot. Two dead, eight injured after a shooting at a Greensville nightclub. Unknown of his suspect is in custody and in Chicago. At least 13 people killed after 68 people were shot over Chicago's holiday weekend as of this morning. That, according to Chicago's Chicago's police department, the victims include a seven year old girl. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever wanted to learn a new language like French, Spanish Russian but thought it would be too difficult and time consuming. Then go to babble dot com and try it for free battle works because it's built around really life. It teaches you everyday practical.
"dave packard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm Dave Packard President Trump kicking off the Fourth of July weekend in Mount Rushmore, attacking protests for social justice and against police brutality. We will expose this dangerous movement. Protect our nation's Children and this radical assault and preserve. Our beloved American way of life view of the thousands in attendance were distancing fewer wearing masks. And minutes before he spoke, a key member of the president's own campaign staff and his girlfriend to his own son tested positive for covert. 19. Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle will be driving back to the East Coast from South Dakota. We're told neither have been in close or direct contact with the president, but this comes As a wave of trump campaign staffers and Secret Service agents have tested positive for the virus. Following that rally in Tulsa, ABC is Rachel Scott in Washington. Florida reporting a record number of Corona virus cases today 11,445 the latest sign that the virus is surging in many parts of the United States, casting a pall over Fourth of July celebrations confirmed cases or climbing in 40 states. The U. S setting another daily record Friday with 52,300 newly reported infections. Meanwhile, in the UK pubs reopened today, the latest Corona virus restriction to be loosened in that country. People enjoying their first pint with friends and months, this pub patron telling our partners at Sky News. How it feels to be at the Bob Sava point is absolutely Sensational to have a proper pint of beer off the three off months and with friends socialization accepted fabulous. Organizers of the Black Lives matter Movement in Cleveland, holding a defund the Cleveland police rally today. This rally organizer recognizes the movement's progress, but added, the work is not done. What we definitely think this is progress and.
"dave packard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC news I'm Dave Packard this weekend warm weather coming in for some areas of the country's got many Americans venturing out of their homes despite some states seeing a sharp spike in covert nineteen cases A. B. C.'s Trevor all to your governor Andrew Cuomo saying surprisingly new cases in his state are coming from people who haven't been going to work in Texas the highest one day jumping cases yet on Saturday seven hundred of them in Amarillo mainly tied to meat packing plants governor Greg Abbott now bolstering a task force sent to the area at the beginning of may abit authorized Texas retail stores restaurants movie theaters malls museums and libraries to open at twenty five percent capacity one of president trump's top advisers blaming China for the U. S.'s economic trouble president trump adviser Peter Navarro claimed Sunday that China took down the U. S. economy the Chinese did take that down in about thirty days when asked what evidence he has to support that I did not say they deliberately did it he then cited a recent department of homeland security report that found China withheld the severity of covert nineteen as it was internally stockpiling medical supplies Chinese behind the shield of the World Health Organization for two months he had the virus from the world but in February is covered nineteen was spreading president trump repeatedly said Chinese president xi has done a quote good job Markram alarmed ABC news in Georgia the Glynn county police department that responded to the February shooting death of twenty five year old jogger amat armory are under renewed scrutiny for failing to arrest two suspects for seventy two days following the murder to county commissioners said the DA's office to block the police department from arresting they make Michaels following the shooting district attorney Jackie Johnson has denied this allegation this is there are growing calls for the Glynn county police to be disbanded A. B. C.'s Acree kisha Levin firefighters injured after a massive explosion rocked downtown Los Angeles last night you're listening to ABC and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK governor Gavin Newsom is pushing for federal aid as the state faces a massive budget shortfalls on CNN's state of the union museum said California is looking at a deficit of more than fifty four billion dollars that starkly related to the corona virus pandemic he says the state had high budget reserves before the crisis you some also claim California was paying down its pension obligations before the pandemic hit earlier this year for the nearly dozen firefighters heard the huge fire near downtown Los Angeles are in intensive care more than two hundred firefighters fought to bring down the fire under control yesterday evening the little Tokyo neighborhood downtown CNN reports this morning that the fire was sparked by a giant explosion at a warehouse used for the storage of butane oil a worker at a whole foods supermarket in Pasadena has died from covert nineteen management of the grocery store on foothill Boulevard.
"dave packard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"From ABC news Dave Packard at the White House some subtle changes on display today amid the ongoing pandemic after two people who work in the White House tested positive for the corona virus last week the administration has adopted due precautions in addition to temperature checks for anyone entering the White House grounds people are now also asked whether they have had a cough shortness of breath or other common corona virus symptoms people who interact closely with the president and vice president are now tested on a daily basis but the practice of mask wearing continues to be inconsistent well secret service officers can now be seen wearing masks inside the White House many staffers continue to go without Jordan Phelps ABC news the White House three of the nation's top health officials including Dr Anthony Fauci are now self quarantining will testify before Congress tomorrow remotely in New York a milestone governor Andrew Cuomo we see all the arrows are pointed in the right direction if you look at the number of new coal fired cases per day by four hundred and eighty eight that is just about where we started this horrific situation that's low enough for him to announce that some upstate regions of the state will begin a gradual process of re opening this Friday New York City not included South Korea a country that was quick to flatten the curve is now reporting dozens of new cases linked to just one man going to five different night clubs Georgia's Attorney General will investigate how local authorities handled the shooting death of armored armory a statement from Attorney General Christopher cars office says the Attorney General will look into how the R. briefcase was handled from the outset the case has seen two prosecutors accuse themselves and more than two months went by without an arrest then this week video surfaced of our pre shooting leading to renewed public outcry and the arrest of a father and son Greg and Travis make Michael on murder charges Markram alarmed ABC news on Wall Street at this hour the Dow off twenty three points.
"dave packard" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"News hi Dave Packard this morning a glimpse from the government on just how devastating the coronavirus shut down has been on the economy the commerce department expected to announce the GDP shrank five percent or more between January and March it could be just the tip of the iceberg forecasters expect in the current April June quarter for GDP to plunge by forty percent president trump signed an executive order for meat processing plants to stay open to avoid food shortages but critics say he's putting workers at risk with at least twenty one meat plants closing with thousands of sick workers the president is now signing an executive order under the defense production act to keep plants open as critical infrastructure major meat processors say they've taken steps like temperature checks and plexiglass to protect workers from each other but some workers say more protections are needed in as like a terror A. B. C. news Washington former vice president Joe Biden picked up more delegates in the twenty twenty race for president the presumptive democratic nominee winning the Ohio primary voting done entirely by mail and by and picked up a key endorsement from former secretary of state Hillary Clinton movie theaters around the nation close now the AMC theater chain threatening to ban universal films from its theaters in the future after the studio released the movie trolls world tour straight to streaming this is a battle over the future of the movie business M. C. wants to put people in seats in the best way to do that is driving people to the theatres with big budget opening weekends if universal wants to explore model that would let viewers watch from home it could pocket more money but it still needs its films in theaters to make the big Bucks ten years from now that might not be the case but to make money on a big budget movie in twenty twenty studios need theaters in theaters need studios ABC's Jason Nathanson just days after being released from the hospital for coronavirus British prime minister Boris Johnson is a dad yes partner Carrie Symonds this morning announcing the birth of a quote healthy baby boy at a London hospital you're listening to ABC news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I haven't got a hold of two and a half years my wife can I get my track record to she's seen me not get sick my daughter got sick over Christmas my wife got it about three days after she left I went through both of them and get sick I tell people I like to think my immune system is armored up and I'm able to repel the simple stupid cold and if it isn't that the what is because I'd get leased a couple colds a year and what has changed in the last two and a half years the only thing I can think of isn't taken.
Canada PM says will not retaliate against U.S. over block of mask exports
"To diagnose it and trump has said he'd prevent export of N. ninety five protective masks to Canada and other nations ABC's Dave Packard rather than retaliate we are not looking at retaliatory measures or measures that are punitive Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau will try to reason with U. S. officials the U. S. will be hurting itself as much as Canada will be hurting if we see an interruption of essential goods and services flow back and forth across the border Trudeau noting Canada ships gloves in testing kits to the U. S. instead materials from the N. ninety five masks originating Canada and Trudeau said he'll speak with president trump in the coming days listening to ABC
"dave packard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Dave Packard the governor of New Jersey called for a moment of silence today with a number of coronavirus cases and deaths there eight hundred and forty six surpassing those from nine eleven Phil Murphy saying that he spoke today with vice president pence about federal relief I read expressed to the vice president how extraordinarily important it is that the treasury department be as flexible as they can be as flexible as possible when they take the money from the cares act that was signed last week and apply it to states we're in a world of hurt not only are expenses exploding our revenues have fallen off the table he says in his conversations with fans and Jared Kushner that he repeated the state's need for personal protective equipment and ventilators new York's governor today saying that his state is turning to Oregon in China for ventilator New York governor Andrew Cuomo warning the country's hardest hit state could run out of ventilators in just a few days but the president telling our Jon Karl New York is well they certainly should they should have had more ventilators they were totally under serviced we are trying to do we're doing our best for New York we've worked very well with the governor we happen to think that and he's well served with ventilators swift reaction coming into president trump's decision to fire the inspector general of the intelligence community Virginia senator mark Warner the top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee said it was unconscionable for trump to fire Michael Atkinson in the midst of the corona virus pandemic while house intelligence chairman Adam Schiff said the president's quote dead of night decision puts our country and national security at even greater risk president trump said he no longer had confidence in Atkinson whose decision to notify Congress of a complaint about a possible pressure campaign in Ukraine lead to trump's impeachment Markram alarm ABC news and you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California's legislative leaders say all lawmakers will not reconvene later this month as they had planned Senate president pro tem Toni Atkins and assembly speaker Anthony Rendon said lawmakers will reconvene on may fourth they had planned to return to work on April thirteenth a California directive that could open the way for some patients they can recall the nineteen to be sent from overburdened hospitals nursing homes is being criticized by industry officials who fear vulnerable residents would be placed at risk the California association of health facilities says it opposes the plan Eldorado county officials announced Friday we will be issuing an order to stop.
"dave packard" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"ABC news Dave Packard New York the epicenter of U. S. coronavirus cases is still not reached its apex that apex is expected for possibly another week our reading of the project projections is where somewhere in the seven day range four five six seven eight they range governor Andrew Cuomo says his state has seen more than ten thousand new cases and more than thirty five hundred deaths he says the state is still in need of ventilators but thank or again for donating a hundred and forty and says another thousand have been donated by the Chinese government that will be coming into JFK Margaret Millar ABC news New York and New Jersey governor Phil Murphy saying his state is now lost eight hundred forty six people to covert nineteen we have now lost nearly one hundred more of our fellow new Jerseyans to covert nineteen than we did on the September eleventh attacks the president announcing CDC suggestions all Americans voluntarily we're some sort of face covering during the pandemic A. B. C.'s Andy field tells us the president isn't taking that advice for himself president trump says he'll skip covering his face despite the CDC recommendations wearing a face mask as a great presidents prime ministers dictators kings queens around somehow I don't see it for myself I just I just maybe I'll change my mind recommendations a suggestion so those infected but with no symptoms don't infect others.
"dave packard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"From ABC news I'm Dave Packard president trump today announcing he's awaiting the results of his own corona virus tests I decided I should based on the press conference yesterday people were asking did I take the test I don't know whatever it takes a day or two days whatever whatever it is they send it to a lab at that same briefing vice president Mike pence announcing in an effort to stop the spread of the corona virus an expansion of the European travel restrictions the president has made a decision to spend all travel to the United Kingdom and Ireland affective midnight Monday night the president and everyone in the room having their temperature taken before the briefing the house overnight passing a coronavirus aid package treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin praising the congressional legislation that would provide funding in the battle against the outbreak it creates a very seamless process for people that work for small and medium sized businesses they will continue to get paid by their employer they don't have to worry about big government in coming to big government to it to get their checks they will continue to get paid the Senate will take it up on Monday and we have just heard that the government of Spain is expected to announce severe restrictions on movement as part of a two week state of emergency to fight the sharp rise in corona virus infections the Associated Press is saying that the access to be a battery of measures that the Spanish prime minister will announce will be given in a nationally televised address in Iraq at least twenty five rockets rained down on camp Taji on Saturday it was the same location where a similar rocket attack earlier in the week killed three coalition service members including two Americans that attack blamed on a Shia militia group backed by Iran with the U. S. military responding with air strikes that targeted the group's weapons storage facilities the head of U. S. forces in the Middle East general Kenneth McKenzie sounded optimistic on Friday that those strikes would make a difference we believe that this is going to have an effect on the tearing of deterring future.
"dave packard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC news I'm Dave Packard the Attorney General vents about his boss in an exclusive interview with ABC news William Barr saying the president's tweets about justice department prosecutors in cases quote makes it impossible for me to do my job is just days after his justice department overruled its own prosecutors in a sentencing recommendation for former trump campaign adviser Roger stone a B. C. chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas asking us of our the president does not like to be told what to do he may not like what you're saying are you prepared for those ramifications of course but the thing I'd most responsibility for are the issues that are brought to me for decision and I will make those decisions based on what I think is the right thing to do and I'm not gonna be bullied or influenced by anybody reaction from the White House in the statement press secretary Stephanie Grisham saying the president wasn't bothered by the comments at all new life for the equal rights amendment the house passing a measure removing in nineteen eighty two deadline for state ratification next up for the measure the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi with wishes for Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that's only helped us at the grim reaper will allow a voice of American women and those who support American women to be heard on the Senate floor last month for J. became the final state needed for ratification by the justice department said it's too late some stranded travelers aboard a cruise ship in Japan will be getting some relief corona virus fears that had passengers quarantined on the diamond princess for more than a week A. B. C.'s Maggie ruling.
"dave packard" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Home I'm Dave Packard this has been a special report from ABC news and again prince Harry and Meghan no longer working members of the royal family and it comes with some financial consequences will bundle up winter weather returns this weekend WSB meteorologist Kirk Nellis tells us we'll be near normal today and tomorrow than the bottom drops out Sunday into Wednesday what could be the lowest temperatures we've had so far this fall or winter expected by Monday and Tuesday the wind chill factor in the twenties Sunday morning with a wind chill in the team's Monday morning temperatures ten degrees below normal right now forty seven agrees on Peachtree street Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up the top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. SB depend on it Texas father who set off an amber alert for his two month old son in south Georgia is now in jail in Alabama the infant is safe the police say they were called out to a home in America's this morning after they believe twenty three role demonte maze junior shot and killed a twenty one year old man after the shooting police say may snatched his child and fled he was caught in Alabama again the baby is safe police are in search of two teens dressed up as women and stealing from local gyms W. S. B.'s Robert Wilensky with more in surveillance videos you can see they're wearing wigs and appear to show interest in becoming gym members at the front desk but they are there to steal stuff from the locker rooms detectives looking to do to various Jim robberies.
"dave packard" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Weather I'm Dave Packard a reversal and added mission from me run admitting today that human error because the unintentional crash of Ukrainian airlines jet that left one hundred seventy six people dead outside of Tehran refuting earlier claims that it was scientifically impossible for the country to a fired a missile at the commercial airliner Ron now claiming in mistook the Boeing seven thirty seven for a hall style target after towards toward a quote sensitive military center of the revolutionary guard US intelligence captured radar signals targeting the Ukrainian jetliner a satellite salt two missiles fired at least one missile exploded into pieces of shrapnel as it approached the jet TBC Stephanie Rameau's many of those on board a runny and Canadians Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau today says he spoke with Iran's president Hassan Rouhani I told him that her friends admission that its own armed forces unintentionally shot down flight seven five two is an important step towards providing answers for families but I noted that many more steps must be taken and Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelinsky said today that his government will also push you run to provide separate compensation to the victims' families and saying that his country will offer over eight thousand dollars in compensation to families of its citizens who died in the crash speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi announcing that the house will send the articles of impeachment against president trump over to the Senate soon but will Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans allow witnesses to testify the big witness that everybody wants to hear from in the impeachment of these on the democratic side is the former national security adviser John Bolton who had several conversations with the president about the situation in Ukraine Bolton has now reversed his previous position made it clear that if the Senate subpoenas him he is willing to comply not yet clear whether the administration would allow him to testify if it came to that that's A. B. C.'s David Wright your listening to ABC news and I radio station news ninety three point one KFBK governor Gavin Newsom is proposing to overhaul California's probation system by greatly reducing the time a convict is under supervised release you someone to increase for heavily Tatian programs at the outset of the probationary period this proposed budget includes more than two hundred million dollars over four years to provide services to those on probation for misdemeanor crimes federal health officials are inspecting Yosemite National Park food service areas after at least a dozen people have fallen ill with stomach issues officials say we haven't identified the illness or the origin of the outbreak two thirds of Californians with support amnesty program for gun owners who have high capacity ammunition magazines that's according to an opinion poll by the violence prevention research program voters approved a battle magazines that whole ten or more rounds in twenty sixteen but the band is on hold due to a federal lawsuit those are top stories I am angelic how will be ha.
"dave packard" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I'm Dave Packard United on the eve of his impeachment vote president trump says Republicans on the hill of instead fact I've never seen in the Republican Party so United with god or less about is you know we got a hundred percent of them out I believe the Senate is equally as well United and trump had words for the house speaker written in a skating six page letter to Nancy Pelosi president trump seems to signal that house speaker has gotten under his skin he writes quote you are offending Americans of faith by continually saying I pray for the president's adding when you know this statement is not true unless it is meant in a negative sense the president also takes issue with pillows his demeanor throughout this impeachment process writing quote perhaps most insulting of all is your false display of solemnity no intelligent person believes what you are saying Karen Travers ABC news the White House right now the house rules committee hashing out procedure for tomorrow's historic floor vote meanwhile anticipating impeachment Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell today saying he will not allow Democrats to call White House witnesses in a resulting set a trial Boeing has announced it will suspend production of its most popular passenger jet the seven thirty seven Max the fastest selling jetliner ever for Boeing grounded after that second deadly crash nearly three hundred fifty killed in all Boeing continued building the Max about two a day hoping for re certification at least by the end of this year it's made software fixes to the system that may have contributed to the crashes but the FAA making clear last week it still has questions and no approval will be coming this year ABC senior transportation correspondent David curly and it's on the democratic debate set for this Thursday we'll move forward after union agreement with Sodexho that's the food service provider at Loyola Marymount university that's the side of the debate and candidates had indicated they would not cross the picket line Wall Street the Dow Dow gain thirty one today you're listening to ABC news zoom didn't invent video conferencing they just made it better ready for more zoom phone.
At least nine dead in South Dakota plane crash
"News nine people dead after a plane crash yesterday in South Dakota ABC's Dave Packard has the latest a single engine turboprop plane carrying twelve people crashing in South Dakota is world brel county county state's attorney to resa mall Raso nine individuals parish including highlight and two minor children so says the plane out of chamberlain South Dakota was on its way to Idaho falls regional airport when it went down no word on the cause of the crash but we had extreme when no visibility issues three survivors taken for medical treatment in Sioux
South Korean soccer team tells of 'rough' match against North Korea in Pyongyang
"Right well I how about a story about a rough and strange soccer match that's all south Korea's national soccer team describes their World Cup qualifier against North Korea the south Korean soccer team crossing into North Korea for what they expected would be a sold out match but when I got to the huge Kim il sung stadium fifty thousand empty seats not a single fan match under a media blackout and the north Korean team playing very rough south Korea's general manager saying the north played like they were waging war now as for the blackout reporter Dave Packard says some speculate the north may have been concerned leucine in front of a massive crowd but in the end the match ended
There's A Blizzard Boycott Movement After A "Hearthstone" Player Was Suspended For Supporting Hong Kong Protesters
"You about the backlash for a major gaming company they punish determined player for speaking out in support of Hong Kong's pro democracy movement ABC's day Packer has more gamers calling for a boycott of the sport giant blizzard Activision after a player was punished for his support of Hong Kong protestors ning Y. Chung known as blitz junk stripped of thousands of dollars in prize money and barred from hearthstone competitions for one year after he shouted liberate Hong Kong during a post match interview at the blizzard sponsored hearthstone Asia Pacific tournament in Taiwan blizzard accused of bowing to Chinese censors justifying the decision citing rules which prohibit damaging the company's image the hashtag blizzard boycott trending on Twitter Dave Packard
"dave packard" Discussed on WRVA
"From ABC news I'm Dave Packard in a late night tweet president trump says he wants to meet his accuser in the person who secretly gave the whistle blower information about the president's phone call with Ukrainian president the president also blasted house intelligence chairman Adam Schiff saying he should be question for fraud and trees and ship said the whistle blower has agreed to testify before Congress will get the unfiltered testimony chip on ABC's this week also said the whistle blowers identity will be kept a secret as a matter of safety as you can imagine with the present issuing threats like we ought to treat these people who expose my wrongdoing as we used to treat traders and spies and we used to execute traders and spies you can imagine the security concerns here and the whistle blowers attorney in a letter telling the acting director of national intelligence that he has concerns for his clients safety meanwhile Democrats say the investigation into whether the president abused his power by asking a foreign government to investigate a political opponent is making progress on CBS's sixty minutes house speaker Nancy Pelosi said a number of factors led her to move forward it's not just what happens in the call is part of the sequencing of events as well he withdrawal couple hundred million dollars worth of of assistance to a country and then a couple days later say by the way can you help me with my campaign ABC's Elizabeth her reporting twenty two year old hobby are Garcia drove his SUV through a mall in suburban Chicago earlier this month nobody was hurt officials investigated a cellphone history and found one hundred twenty four searches of the woodland mall in the twenty four hours leading up to the attack the state attorneys filed charges against Garcia his defense attorney a male our guests are see I'm not a terrorist he has never had an issue the law before the defense attorney adds that Chrissy is being treated for bipolar disorder and paranoid schizophrenia you're listening to you ABC news. is yeah Chad.
"dave packard" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Dave Packard Congress is now seen the white house's account of the phone call at the center of the whistle blower complaint against president trump Democrats say asking a foreign leader to assist in getting dirt on a political rival is an impeachable offense but the president is denying any wrongdoing even after transcripts Yossi press the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden right here. and by the way you know there was no fresh or you have to do is see if what went on in the fall that's not the way Joe Biden sees is such a blatant abuse of power that it's it chest I don't think you can stand appearing on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel live it seems to me it's awful hard to avoid the conclusion that it is an impeachable offense and a violation of constitutional responsibility Congress expected to see the entire whistle blower report today and the justice department said Wednesday that the phone call is prompted a campaign finance investigation once the whistle blower complaint was received the justice department's criminal division examine whether there was any possible campaign finance crime involved with the president's phone call to the leader of Ukraine and concluded there was not president trump repeatedly offered Ukraine the assistance of Attorney General William Barr to investigate Joe Biden but the justice department said the president never contacted bar about it and the department said bar was not involved in analyzing whether the call constituted a campaign finance violation there are calls though on Capitol Hill for barbecues himself on the matter Aron Kader ski ABC news New York president trump is expected to wrap up his final day at the UN General Assembly without meeting with the president of Iran as under honey has said of trump goes back to the twenty fifteen nuclear deal that he may get in contact with them a Los Angeles business executive will be sentenced today for his role in the college admissions cheating scandal he's pleaded guilty to paying four hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get his son into Georgetown prosecutors have requested a thirteen month prison sentence.
Purdue Pharma in talks over multibillion-dollar deal to settle more than 2,000 opioid lawsuits
"And offer from oxycontin maker Purdue pharmaceuticals in the family that founded the company to settle thousands of lawsuits is getting pushed back we get more from ABC's Dave Packard oxycontin maker produ pharma and the Sackler family offering to pay up to twelve billion dollars to win the lawsuit against the company for its role in the opioid epidemic but some state and local officials are saying the proposed deal does not offer enough money or accountability Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey saying she wants any settlement to include much more money I Connecticut's Attorney General William Tell going further calling for the company to be broken up shut down and its assets liquidated the Sackler family to pay billions of dollars he says they siphoned out
Chase Bank forgives Canadian customers' debt
"And a major bank giving credit card holders a big break Dave Packard reports customers astounded as a major bank gives them a clean slate in a stunning move chases forgiving all credit card debt for customers in Canada the bank closing all accounts and leaving the Canadian credit card market last year existing customers were initially told to keep paying their debt but in a rare move chase now saying it's canceling all of the remaining debt to complete its exit chase could have sold its outstanding debt to a third party debt collector but instead is simply writing it off no word from chase on how much money is involved Dave Packer ABC news chases reading off the debt on visa card holders
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"ABC news I'm Dave Packard north Koreans launch two more missiles this morning that makes five in three weeks hours earlier president trump saying Kim Jong hoon sent a letter out I would love to give you but I don't know I know the good be appropriate but it was a very personal letter in the el Paso Walmart massacre he says he did it in an arrest warrant affidavit obtained by ABC news probably say twenty one year old Patrick crews see is surrendered to responding officers downside of his vehicle with his hands up saying he was the shooter and that while he was being interviewed by police he told detectives he was targeting Mexicans during the shooting police say cruising is waived his Miranda rights telling them he brought the HK forty seven into the Walmart shopping center to kill Mexicans Alex stone EBC name disturbing allegations about a Q. sex trafficker Jeffrey apps the newly released documents indicating alleged victim Victoria go fray says she was forced to have sexual contact with well known man in court filings fray says she became an underage teen sex slave for obscene who was later directed by Max one ev seem to have sex with many quote powerful men including numerous prominent American politicians powerful business executives foreign presidents and other world leaders among those who frame names in sworn depositions British royalty prince Andrew former governor and U. N. ambassador bill Richardson and the influential former senator from Maine George Mitchell all three men have strongly denied the allegation ABC's linsey Davis at the Iowa winding dinner last night a buffet of democratic presidential candidates for voters to sample each with five minutes to make their case mayor people to judge white nationalism is a national security threat to this country we got a name for what it is we got a fight in Las Vegas twenty three year old man under arrest for possessing bomb making materials is allegedly told the FBI he wanted to attack Jewish people and members of the LGBTQ community you're listening to A. B. C. news Carlson financial we were talking with Carl Carlson the other day this man is brilliant absolutely brilliant he's helping so many people get ready for and then you can fill in the blank see it thank you all well you know he's he's get helping people get ready for retirement well he is helping some people get ready for retirement he's helping other people manage their wealth he's helping other people get ready to take care of other family members you know for those of us that have special needs kids especially you got to think about all of that Carl is the guy that has dedicated his entire life to financial services any focuses in a couple of areas we are so lucky to have him here in Richmond if you're thinking about tax planning and with the new year AA everybody's thinking about new tax implications maybe you've changed jobs maybe your going in a slightly different direction maybe you've got a you've got an IRA or four oh one K. that you're looking to roll over he will help you with that planning that is state life insurance everybody's got to have some sort of life insurance in place mortgages you know mortgages are on most people think also I can't wait to pay off the mortgage and sometimes believe it or not it's a good thing to have a mortgage I could go on and on and on but I will tell you that on a pretty regular basis he does these wonderful wine and wisdom of banshee get together with him there's dinner there's drinks and little little presentational what's going on currently in the financial world he's right here in the west end like twin hickory twin hickory and knuckles you.
Delta pilot suspected of drinking pulled off flight, arrested
"A delta airlines pilot faces charges after police say he tried to board his flight drunk A. B. C.'s Dave Packard reports pilot Gabriel Schroeder was supposed to fly from Minneapolis to San Diego but officials at the Minneapolis airport say before the pilot went through security he noticed TSA agents were conducting additional screening he then removed himself from the lush rotor was arrested after police conducted to sobriety checks delta says it is cooperating with the
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"James Comey sources tell the times that began told Trump that as president he didn't have the authority to do. So and began reportedly had White House lawyers prepare a memo warning the president that ordering an investigation of his rivals could be seen as an abusive power and lead to his impeachment. That's reporter, Dave Packard. We told you about this yesterday the annual Turkey, pardon was that was about to go down at the White House. Well, it did. And a plump Turkey named peas will now live to see another day. Thanksgiving is a time of great American traditions. And today, we continue a very special one when a lucky Turkey gets a presidential pardon peas, an understudy name. Carrots will be retiring at big rest exhibit, ever tenure tech. The turkeys are from South Dakota. Trump joked, the Democrats will issue peas and carrots subpoenas when they take control of the house in January, so cute. Turkey's do you? Remember that time that Sarah Palin was doing stand up somewhere and they were slaughtering turkeys behind her over her shoulder sticking the Turkey because they put them head down into shoot. And then they chop their next off. And then they bleed them out that way that was horrific. I remember that. Oh, my I will never be able to forget that. Unfortunately that is seared into my consciousness six. Oh, eight on Orlando's morning news are full five day forecast. Oh my goodness. It's almost thanksgiving. It's brought to you by Tuffy tire and auto service. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Joe getting ready for the nice long holiday weekend. I think we're starting to get off just about