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"From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer. At least two people injured in a military training jet crash in Texas. Two pilots ejected before the crash in Lake Worth. Both rescued several homes damaged. No residents reported injured like worth fire Chief Ryan Arthur. It could have been a lot worse if it would have been a direct contact into a residence. Fortunately, that's not the case. Also in Texas, the crisis at the U. S Mexico border thousands of Haitian refugees crossing into the U. S and setting up camp under a bridge Ortiz, chief of the U. S Border Patrol, our expectation Is to have up to 3000 migrants transferred out from underneath the bridge to our processing facilities or to a flight line at within the next 24 hours, Ortiz says. Nearly 600 agents and officials are en route to the Del Rio area to help process the crowds gathered. The Biden administration says refugees will eventually be flown back to their countries of origin. Questions remain concerning the U. S airstrike in Kabul last month that killed 10 civilians. The Pentagon has apologized for the strike that it originally said had killed a likely Isis K threat and that there were no indications of civilian casualties but later amended that to say In fact, only civilians were killed, the majority of whom were kids. Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Mike Mullen, on ABC s this week defended the Pentagon's handling of the fallout. It was a tragic mistake. I think the Pentagon rightfully admitted that it was a mistake and then we'll see going forward. The brother of one of the civilians killed is calling for accountability. Mark Remillard ABC News reports that Americans were among those on board the fourth Qatari evacuation flight from Afghanistan. The flight taking off from Kabul earlier today. 236 people on board the largest evacuation flights since August, 31st, the third booster shot recommended by an FDA advisory panel. But not for all as a Biden administration had pushed the panel's recommendation only extending to Americans 65 older or with underlying conditions. You're listening to ABC News. Police.
Female Trailblazer Wally Funk, 82, Just Became The Oldest Person In Space
"Day ever Jeff Bezoza and his crew of space tourists back on Earth after launching from West Texas supporters Blue Origin spacecraft. For a sub orbital flight to the edge of space, experiencing a few minutes of zero gravity and from the sound of it. Oh, wow. It just seems like they enjoyed it. The flight just 11 minutes long Bezoza, taking the short trip with his brother Mark and two others 82 year old aviator Wally Funk, now the oldest human ever in space. An 18 year old Oliver Demon, now the youngest blue origin broadcaster Libby Casey, saying today was a long time coming 15 consecutive missions to get to this point. It's so much different when you put people on board Bastos, hoping his flight will spark a new generation of space travelers, But I was a little kid, you park astronauts inspired me. Things like this inspire kids, and that's a big deal for what it's worth. Dave Packer, ABC News Redmond. Police are trying to clarify some
Six Flags Water Park Evacuated After Chemical Spill Sends Dozens to Hospital
"More than 60 people had to undergo decontamination. Authorities say. It started near a kiddie pool where a lifeguard got sick and then more people were affected with Children coming out of the pool with respiratory issues. Dave Packer ABC News Homo news
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"I'm Dave Packer. As the number of fully vaccinated Americans continues to grow now almost 39% parts of the country seeing huge improvements in their healthcare environments, schools and summer camps soon to get more guidance on mask wearing, says Dr Anthony Fauci. Over the next few weeks, you're going to see more and more explicit. Granular description of what can and cannot be done. But things aren't improving everywhere. For those states, with fewer people Choosing to vaccinate the opposite is true new cold cases across the country nose diving to its lowest levels yet for the first time in nearly a year, But Florida is one of the state's Sil reporting hundreds of deaths every week now seeing younger people hospitalized, Meanwhile, in California, one of the largest hospitals in the Bay Area, hitting a milestone its first time in more than a year with no covert patient. If he sees Elvin Lopez prospects of Congress, agreeing on an infrastructure bill thrown into serious doubt, the White House trimming its planned down from more than $2 trillion to 1.7 trillion, not enough for Republicans. They're shooting for $568 billion plan the White House and said they hoped to make real progress on that infrastructure deal by Memorial Day. But yesterday, Republicans on Capitol Hill seemed discouraged by the president's latest offer. West Virginia Senator Shelly Capital who's been involved in the back and forth, said she thought the two parties were now even further apart, and the president's counter offer was well above what they had hoped for. ABC NEWS White House correspondent Mary Alice Parks sub Tropical Storm Anna, forming northeast of Bermuda, Big waves headed for the Northeast this weekend. Noah says it expects to see between 13 and 20 named storms during the Atlantic hurricane season with 3 to 5 of those being major hurricanes. No, it says higher than normal water temperatures plus weaker tropical trade winds are likely to result in more storms, meanwhile, already flooded Texas and Louisiana now expecting more rate and powerful wind gusts. You're listening to ABC news. You're quick and easy solution for paying the lowest price on car insurance is yesterday Jack start saving the big bucks and pay less today, Call 1 800 car insurance to get started. That's 100 car insurance.
Alabama Will Now Allow Yoga in Its Public Schools
"That yoga was banned in Alabama schools? The ban has been lifted. There are conditions, though, ABC is Dave Packer explains. After a nearly three decade ban, yoga is once again allowed to be taught in Alabama's public schools. But in a concession with the state's religious conservatives, many of the hallmarks of the practice will still be banned. Teachers can't say NAMA stay two students students can't chant use the sound home as a mantra. And Sanskrit names proposes cannot be used. And if someone slips, the lawmaker who wrote the bill says there won't be any yoga Police on patrol for wayward homes.
Ship Stuck in the Suez Canal Is Freed
"Resumed in the Suez Canal after the massive cargo ship the ever given that was blocking the canal has been refloated salvage workers celebrating getting the stuck cargo ship moving the Suez Canal Open again. Now the work begins to clear a massive maritime traffic jam on both sides waiting to cross. The chairman of the Suez Canal authorities, saying work will continue around the clock to clear the backlog and that he expects will take three days for traffic to return to normal. As for the ever given, she's been escorted to a large lake of the canals midpoint where she'll be checked for damage. Dave Packer
Family of Christian Hall demands answers after fatal shooting in north-eastern Pennsylvania
"Family in northeastern Pennsylvania police called to a mental health incidents that call was to serve. And to protect Suicidal young men from hurting himself. That young man was my son Christian Whole Fe Hall was his mother Bystander video showing the 19 year old on a highway overpass. Pennsylvania State police troopers approaching hall, raising his hands, then the fatal shots or good civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, representing the family. Instead of getting a hip in hand, the police gave him bullets, Police say, Hall pointed a gun at the troopers. Dave Packer, ABC News The Air Force says a 24 year old instructor
ESPN reporter and Miami native Pedro Gomez has died at 58
"100 years old Dave Packer, ABC News and Sad News from the baseball world Long time ESPN. Major League baseball correspondent Pedro Gomez has died. He's covered more than 25 World Syriza and was possibly best known for his work covering the Giants, Barry Bonds and his pursuit of baseball's home run record during the steroid controversy. No cause of death has been released.
Recalling Nazis From His Childhood, Arnold Schwarzenegger Decries The Capitol Assault
"On on the the U. U. S. S. Capitol, Capitol, bringing bringing back back painful painful memories memories for for Arnold Arnold Schwarzenegger Schwarzenegger of of growing growing up up in in Austria. Austria. Aware of Kristallnacht, he was a night of rampage against the choose carried out the 1938. But the Nazi equivalent of the proud boys. Wednesday was the day of broken gas right here in the United States. The broken gas was in the windows off the United States Capitol and growing up. I was surrounded that broken man drinking away their guilt with their participation. The most evil regime in history and revealing his father was one of them told started with lies and lies and lies and intolerance. Warning must be a we have to die a consequences off selfishness and cynicism. Dave Packer ABC News I'm legal analyst
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"I'm Dave Packer around the nation law enforcement finding and arresting the capital Rioters. ABC is Kenneth Martin with more on the expanding criminal investigation. Alabama resident Lonnie Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. Hoffman, according to a complaint later denied knowing anything about the bombs. West Virginia State delegate Derrick Evans also charged. Evans attorney says he was exercising his First Amendment and did nothing wrong. At least five dead after the attack. The Trump loyalists encourage hours earlier by the president himself. Now his favorite social media outlets, saying enough in the aftermath of the Capitol Hill attack, private companies are taking action against President Trump, With Twitter permanently suspending his account. It's the highest profile punishment the company has ever imposed. The president aims to get the last word in through his government account at POTUS. But the company's shut that down to House members still shaken after hiding in their offices, fearing for their lives, quickly drafting articles of impeachment against the president. Your congresswoman 90. Vasquez called for Trump to be held accountable and telling Republicans their endorsement of Trump over these last four years is an act of complicity. Every single Republican Well, stop who stood by the monstrosity That is Donald Trump has blood on their hands. Missouri junior Senator Josh Holly, who led the move to deny certification of the election, his book deal now canceled by the publisher over season another Indonesian airliner has crashed into the Java Sea a 7 37, but not the max. A much older model. 62 on board.
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"Kfbk. For what it's worth. I'm Dave Packer. Tomorrow is the end of the year, and it's also according to the White House is Operation Warp speed. The day the U. S will have administered 20 million vaccines, but so far it's a little over two million. The White House and President Trump claimed there's only so much the feds can do and that it's ultimately up to state and local officials to get the vaccines where they need to go. Dr. Paul off it and infectious disease expert at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia says the magnitude of the vaccine rollout means hiccups should be expected. It's going to be a lot of stumbling as we sort of roll out the vaccine. It's as it's usually true you put a lot of actually not there and then the actual administration catches up, But I really do think over the next few weeks and months, we're gonna be much better if vaccinated in the UK Health officials are rethinking how to vaccinate most people quickly. Instead of holding back doses so people can get their second shot. All doses will now be available to those who are eligible. For what it's worth. Dave Packer, ABC News 2023 Year in review from ABC News. Is brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Drive Sober or get pulled over. This'll is 2020 the year and review from ABC News Here is ABC News correspondent Alex Stone. Constant Soleimani was a name. The average American probably did not know before the beginning of January, almost a year ago, before Cove in 19 in the election took over our world. One of the big headlines was a killing of the Iranian general. He was a very high profile figure in Iran. In fact, he was Iran's highest intelligence official taken out by an armed American drone. In the days that followed. Nobody knew if Iran would retaliate. I take you back now. To that time returning to the team, it start here in host Brad Milky. For the last several days. This has been the vibe on American airwaves Number one, There will be dead Americans dead civilian Americans. What is our plan that where does it go? Because the Iranians won't stop. They do worry tonight. That's why, Blumenthal said. Sleepless night They can strike practically anywhere continuing Syria's of escalations, It's easy to see how these things get. Spiral out of control. Like you can see it. People have freaked out and not just national security analyst in Washington, right. I was walking my dog the other day and guys that would usually be talking about the playoffs on the sidewalk. They were talking about the American decision to take out costume Sulamani and how Iran might retaliate. Iran and its allies have sworn harsh revenge against the U. S. That red flag of vengeance on fraud above the mask and one of Iran's holiest cities. The first time in history. And so if the stakes seem high here, imagine the scene in Iran asshole. Amani was one of their most venerated figures. Well yesterday as what is left of his body was transported back to Tehran. People gathered in some of the biggest demonstrations of morning you will ever see. We don't know what's gonna.
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"From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer at this hour on Capitol Hill, the house considering a standalone bill to increase direct stimulus payments to Americans from $600 to 2000. It's what President Trump is called for. But ABC, Rachel Scott says its biggest obstacle members of the president's own party This will get through the House Democrats will rally behind it. But in the Senate It's gonna put Republicans in a really tight situation that they are going to have to potentially vote on this choosing between the leader of their party at the moment and then also a bill that they supported. They wanted to keep those checks to a lower amount. President he like Biden says he also support $2000 stimulus checks. Biden also says the Trump administration continues to hamstring his transition team. No administration has not fully briefed an incoming president on terrorist, military and economic threats. But Joe Biden says that's what's happening. What? President Trump. We just aren't getting all the information that we need. The on going out going in from the outgoing administration in key national security areas. The Trump administration spent weeks blocking the cooperation. The Biden team is getting Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Over 19 overwhelming Los Angeles County hospital 96% of them so full over the weekend that they were turning away ambulances. I see you. Capacity remains a 0% in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley region. Anthony Warner is the man who federal investigators say blew up that RV along with himself in Nashville on Christmas Day, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director David Rush says Warner appears to have acted alone now the search for a motive. We're all taking pieces.
Boston doctor ‘scared to death’ by allergic reaction to vaccine
"A serious allergic reaction. Apparently, for the first time, the Boston Medical Center doctor was allowed to self administer his personal Epi pen, and the hospital says that he's now doing well. Dave Packer, ABC News
Pentagon plans to cut most of its support to CIA's counterterrorism missions
"To end most military support to the CIA's counterterrorism missions. Solitary support for CIA counterterrorism missions would end by January 5th, according to a former senior administration intelligence official. Is that acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller sent a letter to CIA director Gina Hospital outlining the decision. Multiple former and current military officials confirming to ABC News earlier reports that the movies to see if Defense Department personnel detailed to the CIA should be diverted from counterterrorism missions and two admissions related to competition with Russia and China. Dave Packer
Suit claims Tyson managers bet money on employees getting COVID-19
"Foods suit filed earlier this year by the family of the late Easy, Joe Fernandez alleges he was exposed to the coronavirus that the Waterloo Iowa pork processing plant where he worked. Now. New amendments to the lawsuit have added new allegations among them that plant managers bet money on how many employees would test positive for covert 19 and that upper level managers told supervisors to ignore symptoms of Copan 19 telling them to show up to work even if they were experiencing symptoms. Tyson will not filing a response to the new allegations, has previously said it vigorously disputes the plaintiff's claims in the case. Dave Packer, ABC News 9 48 Mix of sun and clouds Right now in Boston.
U.S. Unemployment Claims Held Nearly Steady Last Week
"751,000 Americans filing new unemployment claims over the last week that's down just 7000 from revised numbers the week before. It's the 33rd straight week of historically high unemployment claims during the pandemic, with the number of claims stagnating in this high range over the last 10 weeks, ABC is Dave Packer reporting your listening to ABC
Fewer Americans filed for unemployment last week
"Seeking unemployment benefits down slightly from last week. Dave Packer has the numbers 751,000 Americans filing new unemployment claims over the last week. That's down just 7000 from revised numbers the week before. It's the 33rd straight week of historically high unemployment claims during the pandemic, with the number of claims stagnating in this high range over the last 10 weeks. And Frank for governor Andy Bashir says due to the unchecked spread of cove in 19, the Commonwealth Mask mandate is extended for another 30 days. At his briefing Wednesday, Bashir cited a voter survey by the New York Times that shows 71% of Kentucky and support the mask mandate We have seen When I showed you, Tennessee versus Kentucky what happens and where we would be without a mask mandate in terms of additional cases. An additional deaths this year announced 1635 new cases and 11 new deaths. The Koven 19 related death toll in Kentucky is now 1514. Positivity rate is 6.3%. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. W H. A. Yes, And
Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Utah's Zion National Park
"Nearly two weeks lost in Utah Zion National Park er over for a mom from California 38 year old Holly court here found by Park Rangers and reunited with her family. After vanishing during a solo hike that was supposed to last a day or sister Gillian court here, Oliver tells ABC I went out with a very experienced hiker. And we actually said, you know, we're going to step off the trails. We're gonna look where she could be now. One point We're hanging on the edge of a cliff and rocks are falling on us. And I thought Oh, my gosh, This is my sister. You know, I did, at one point think. How could she live through this? But she did surviving 12 days with almost no food and virtually no water Holly, making it through losing weight and covered in bruises, and her sister says moment I talked to her on the phone, she said. I love you so much, and that was for a signature thing to say to people that she loves him. I said so much for coming home for what it's worth, Dave Packer, ABC News
2 former Marines among those charged in plot to kidnap Michigan's governor
"Involved in the foiled alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's governor, Gretchen Whitmer, and have been confirmed as former Marines. So for 13 men have been charged six of them federally with conspiring to kidnap and the other seven charged in state court. Wait, allegedly planning a rebellious attack on the state Capitol. Dave Packer,
Kellyanne Conway says she tested positive for COVID-19
"House, the list of those testing covert positive getting longer. In addition to first lady Melania Trump in the president's counselor, Hope Hicks. Former Trump Advisor Kellyanne Conway says she's tested positive and at least one junior West Wing employees as also tested positive. Dave Packer, ABC News
Los Angeles Detectives Investigate Kidnapping Of Infant From Malibu Residence
"Coming inside of their Malibu home, snatching their grandchild out of a woman's arms. The intruder reportedly walking away with Montana's grandchild to another part of the house, where she was confronted by Montana and his wife wrestling the baby away from the woman who ran out of the house. She then reportedly fled and was arrested. An investigation is ongoing. Dave Packer, ABC News Now here's
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"In the face. Dave Packer, ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK After battling for three weeks, firefighters are getting ready to close out the nearly 23,000 Acre Al Dorado Fire San Bernadino Mountains east of Yucaipa, The U. S Forest Service says it is 92% contained highway 38 remains close between the foothills and five miles south of the highway, 18 junction in big beer. Transgender inmates in California will be housed in prisons based on their gender identity. Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill Saturday that requires officers ask inmates when they arrive at a prison how they identify Inmates cannot be denied simply because their anatomy does not match that identification. If there tonight they can appeal. Los Angeles Lakers air back in the final round of the N BA playoffs for the first time in 10 years, the Lakers finished off the Denver Nuggets 117 to 107 last night in the fifth game of their Western Conference final, Siri's in the Orlando bubble. I'm Angelica Johan Sacramento. Traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Awesome. Caltrans work in Sacramento south found five from 43rd to pocket road. Two lanes closed for paving and north bound five from Centerville Road to highway 50. Also two lanes closed for paving. The Echo summit. Caltrans update The bridge is open. Both lanes will be open all day. Today. Caltrans will be reversing one way control starting tomorrow to finish the work, and we do have a wind advisory for the West Side highway between Woodland and the airport. I'm Lori Sanders News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento.
Trump says he's spent 4 years "reversing" damage Biden has "inflicted"
"Trump on the South Lawn of the White House on the final night of the Republican National Convention, making his acceptance speech asking for four more years and attacking his opponent. We have spent the last four years Reversing the damage Joe Biden inflicted over the last 47 years, claiming victory over the Washington establishment. Together we have ended the rule of the failed political class. And they are desperate to get their power back. By any means necessary and the president in race relations and I have done more in three years for the black community than Joe Biden has done in 47 years with continuing coverage of the Republican National Convention. I'm Dave Packer.
Trump targets WeChat and TikTok in sharp escalation with China
"Over to popular Chinese APS. Popular social media APP. Tic TAC filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Monday over a controversial executive order that could ban the APP in the U. S. But it's not just Tic tac. The order targets we chat is huge in Asia specifically in China. It's They're Facebook. It's It's everything. We all of our interactions with China are done over. We chat. I mean, it's just absolutely massive. That's Randy Nelson, head of mobile insights that Sensor Tower, a data company that tracks APP downloads. On Monday, a group of we chat users also filed a suit with the Trump administration. There's a lot of Americans, there's just a lot of Users in the U. S that use we chat as their sole means of communicating with family. Friends loved ones back home that are now being faced with sort of a similar conundrum as TIC tac users with tech trends. I'm Dave Packer ABC News. Well, don't tell to you,
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"News I'm Dave Packer in the hardest hit state governor Andrew Cuomo says New York is continuing to see a drop in corona virus cases governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is roughly back to where it was on March thirty first before the massive uptick in cases began the ascent continues and that's a very good starting place even still he said the state's re opening is not imminent he says that means businesses should be using this time to think ahead about PP cleaning and other procedures they can implement once the day does come that they can reopen their doors Margaret Millar ABC news New York Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer is holding firm on her plan for a careful and very incremental re opening we have to have robust testing we have to have community tracing we're going to have a plan for isolation for people that do I get tested positive for carbon nineteen in the future on ABC's this week as was Maryland Republican governor Larry Hogan saying that his state had to issue a warning to residents after Maryland's health department was inundated with phone calls asking if what the president suggested at a press conference was okay I think when misinformation comes out or you just say something that pops in your head it does send a wrong message and we had hundreds of calls come into our emergency hotline at our health department asking if it was if if other it was right to ingest Clorox or you know alcohol cleaning products there whether that was gonna help them fight the virus scientists are looking.
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"From ABC news hi Dave Packer in the hardest hit state governor Andrew Cuomo says New York is continuing to see a drop in corona virus cases governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is roughly back to where it was on March thirty first before the massive uptick in cases began the ascent continues and that's a very good starting place even still he said the state's re opening is not imminent he says that means businesses should be using this time to think ahead about PP cleaning and other procedures they can implement once the day does come that they can reopen their doors Markram Alard ABC news New York Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer is holding firm on her plan for a careful and very incremental re opening we have to have robust testing we have to have community tracing we're gonna have a plan for a solution for people that do I get tested positive for carbon nineteen in the future on ABC's this week as was Maryland Republican governor Larry Hogan saying that his state had to issue a warning to residents after Maryland's health department was inundated with phone calls asking if what the president suggested at a press conference was okay I think when misinformation comes out or you just say something that pops in your head it does send a wrong message and we had hundreds of calls come into our emergency hotline and our health department asking if it was if it is a father it was right to ingest Clorox or you know alcohol cleaning products there whether that was gonna help them fight the virus scientists are looking.
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"ABC news I'm Dave Packer grim new milestone the United States has now surpassed Italy for the highest national death toll from covert nineteen nineteen hundred seven and one nineteen thousand seven hundred one people have died in the U. S. from the corona virus according to Johns Hopkins earlier today Italy reported a total of nineteen thousand four hundred sixty eight deaths nationwide our public schools in New York City clothes for the rest of the year or not that depends on who you ask on Saturday morning New York mayor bill de Blasio said this hi announced today that in New York City public schools will remain closed but then just about an hour or so later new York's governor Andrew Cuomo was asked about the decision and he said there has been no decision Jesse on the schools Cuomo says he has the legal authority in this situation and says a decision on New York City public schools will not be made in isolation but in coordination with surrounding counties and even nearby states like New Jersey and Connecticut Margaret Millar ABC news New York in a rare partnership two of tech's biggest giants apple and Google are collaborating on a new voluntary act for the greater good meant to help Americans tractor exposure to covert nineteen A. B. C.'s Trevor all the technology would use Bluetooth data to keep track of phones that have been close to each other it will first roll out in may as an app designed by public health agencies but apple and Google have plans to build the function directly into their phones operating systems meeting if you want to use it you just have to turn it on with millions of people celebrating religious holidays the harm from Holy Week to Passover congregations finding unique ways to celebrate this weekend while maintaining social distance the streets of Jerusalem holy to all three major religions are empty because of a worldwide plague but from virtual Passover seder is on soon to a solitary broadcast version of the stations of the cross it said you're listening to ABC news we're getting closer to six thousand confirmed or probable cases of coronavirus in Ohio the number is now fifty eight hundred seventy eight two hundred thirty one death new figures come out this afternoon governor Mike DeWine usually does is daily report on corona virus around two PM but he's taking the Easter weekend off no reports on Monday governor did say Friday there's going to be a loosening of regulations for people in the state on Medicaid number five pharmacies that dispense over the counter medication without a prescription we'll also be reimbursed member copays each member copays we wave this is for all prescriptions and ninety day supplies on maintenance medications will be authorized no children learning at home many of them are having problems keeping up because lessons are being put online the children live in homes without internet access Cuyahoga county is saying that students in Cleveland will have access to the web thanks to the March primary going totally mailed in ballots here is the county executive Armond Budish the town is donating three hundred hot spots to the Cleveland metropolitan school district the hot spots were graciously provided by the board of elections and we're scheduled.
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"Later this morning Dave Packer ABC news a leftover flurry here and there otherwise just cold and windy tonight the low down to eighteen degrees but feeling about ten degrees colder on Saturday about thirty four in the afternoon you'll see a mix of sun and clouds and then on Sunday we warm up we'll get to fifty two I'm A. B. C. six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall might peak on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN news headlines and we're Columbus comes to talk newsradio six ten WTVN you're listening to coast to coast AM with George Noory amazing story with Robert Hastings we will be back to talk more about the U. a four activity of nuke weapons sites of course and his abduction case as well it's an amazing story will take calls with him next hour here on coast to coast AM well are you ready for our live events in Houston.
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"From ABC news. I'm Dave Packer tankers near the strait of removes and the Persian Gulf were attacked this week and the United States as video. It says, proves Iran is to blame. ABC news chief global affairs anchor Martha Raddatz says allies of our country are not entirely convinced yet. President Trump told Fox News in a phone interview today, that evidence proves Iran was behind the attacks, Iran didn't do it. I guess one of the mines didn't explode, and it's probably got essentially Iran written all over it. And. And they didn't want the evidence left behind. But the US has not yet publicly released any evidence showing Iran place. The minds on the tankers, the German Foreign Minister today, saying the video is not sufficient proof. Iran is to blame in California, chaos erupted inside a Costco store in corona as gunman opened fire killing one man, and injuring two others last night, the alleged shooter now in police custody. Witnesses say customers started running for their lives, but found locked doors, which only added to the panic. Investigators say the shooting stemmed from an argument inside the store. Amanda Knox's returned to Italy. That's the country where she spent nearly four years in prison for a murder conviction. That was eventually overturned twice this week. She spoke at the Italy innocence project in the northern city of Modina in a panel discussion on the media's impact on trials ABC's. Juliet. Mcfarlane has more this morning, unemotional, Amanda, Knox back in the spotlight. And speaking in the talian in a discussion on the media. Impact on trials. Her mother sitting in the very front row, the thirty one year old describing what she went through and a sensational coverage of the case in France..
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"I'm Dave Packer to tankers near the strait of remove and the Persian Gulf war attack this week and the United States as video. It says proves he rod it's to blame. ABC news chief global affairs anchor Martha Raddatz says allies of our country are not entirely convinced yet. President Trump told Fox News in a phone interview today, that evidence proves Iran was behind the attacks. Well, Iran did do it. I guess one of the mines didn't explode, and it's probably got essentially Iran written all over it and vote, and they didn't want the evidence left behind, but the US has not yet, publicly released any evidence showing Iran placed the minds on the tankers that German Foreign Minister today, saying the video is not sufficient proof. Iran is to blame in California, chaos erupted inside a Costco store in corona as gunman opened fire killing one man, and injuring two others last night, the alleged shooter now in police custody. Witnesses say. Customer started running for their lives, but found locked doors, which only added to the panic. Investigators say the shooting stemmed from an argument inside the store. Amanda Knox's returned to Italy. That's a country where she spent nearly four years in prison for murder conviction. That was eventually overturned twice this week. She spoke at the Italy innocence project in the northern city of Medina in a panel discussion on the media's impact on trials ABC's, Juliet McFarland, has more this morning, unemotional, Amanda, Knox back in the spotlight and speaking in the Anatolian in a discussion on the media's impact on trials her mother sitting in the very front row to Thirty-one-year-old describing what she went through and the sensational coverage of the case in France..
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"I Dave Packer the nation's latest mass murder has claimed twelve lives. ABC's Jim Ryan says a city employees in Virginia Beach is sought to have opened fire on co workers, Virginia Beach municipal complex houses. Several city offices including the police department so officers were on the scene immediately. Second floor the audio from broadcast to five chaos inside the building. Among the half dozen wounded was a police officer chief James Avera says he was saying his best among the dead. He's the gunman who longtime city employees shot by police, Jim. Ryan, ABC news. The White House says the president's being updated on the situation. Many of the democratic presidential candidates using the opportunity to denounce gun violence and advocate for gun control. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway insisting again that there's a crisis at the border, forcing President Trump to impose new tariffs on imports from Mexico. We just don't think Mexico's on enough in congress even less than that. That'd be announcement would investors at a selling mood Friday. The Dow down three hundred fifty four points. JJ kina, hands chief strategist at TD Ameritrade, and says higher tariffs would impact, businesses and costs on both sides of the border, harm acres quickly come to mind is somebody that may be affected if there were terrorists there and then, you know, also think about some of the foods like, avocados, etc. That come in parts of the midwest still underway. Water even with clear skies. Authorities in northeastern Oklahoma are focused on this. The possibility that dozens of levees along, the Arkansas river will give way making bad funding. Situations much worse. Pulsa mayor GT bynum warns those living near the levees. This is the moment win it, you see the most problems pop up on.
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"News. I'm Dave Packer vizier the latest date about to put together together tougher restrictions on abortion of Mike. Parsons, says will sign a Bill passed by the state house and Senate to ban abortions at eight weeks. No exceptions for rape, or incest, on the governor saying he knows full well, be core challenge to this issue throughout the years to come. It's a so-called heartbeat law, which would ban abortion, as soon as heartbeat is detected similar to those recently passed and other states crafted to invite the supreme court to rule on them. But in Georgia metro, Atlanta, DA defiant, cab county district attorney Sherri, Boston says, in a statement, she won't enforce Georgia's new heartbeat law bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected at around six weeks. Boston says the law is clear on exactly who should be prosecuted, but attorney Phil Holloway, says simply because any one district attorney says that they are not going to prosecute something does not mean that the state of Georgia cannot when I call Georgia attorney General Chris car. He declined to comment. Georgia's new abortion is already being challenged in federal court. Pete combs, ABC news. Atlanta resident Trump brushing aside, reports that he and his advisors are not on the same page when it comes to how to deal with an alleged unexplained threat from Iran responding to a report that originated in politico about supposed tensions between his secretary of state Mike Pompeo and his national security adviser, John Bolton. This after a week of conflicting reports about just how hawkish the US intends to be in terms of confronting Iran, will the president dismissed the political report as fake news insisting there's no tension concerns about a possible conflict, flared since the White House ordered warships and bombers to the region, and the heartland, at least thirty four reported tornadoes across four states. No injuries reported. But this outbreak far from over strong tornadoes possible today, from Texas to Arkansas. You're listening to ABC news. Bluecross blueshield.
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"Dave Packer, a major escalation of a trade war with China after failing to reach a trade deal. President Trump imposing tariffs up to twenty five percent on Chinese products coming into the United States to Washington ABC senior national correspondent, Terry Moran. Trump tariffs impact nearly six thousand Chinese products. Bob. Gale says fifty percent of what he sells his family hardware store comes from China. The tariffs main his costs go up, and it'll have to raise prices for consumers. They're the ones that pay more. I pay more, but charge more. I have no choice. They have to pay more. According to one pro-trade group that trade war could cost the average family of four in the US and extra seven hundred sixty seven dollars per year. Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani says he's no longer travelling to Ukraine earlier, he announced he would go in an effort to dig up dirt on democratic candidate Joe Biden and discover what caused the special counsel's investigation an American tourist among those free during a deadly rate in Benin Africa. US officials say they weren't even aware. She was missing until the rescue mission ABC's aerial. Russia department spokesperson saying the US is grateful for the rescue operation offering condolences to the families of two French soldiers killed in the raid. This incident following the recent abduction of American Kimberly. Sue Endicott taken at gunpoint in Uganda. Her captors demanding a half a million dollars. Ransom. Some of which was paid a deadly. Explosion may lead to new calls for tighter regulation of the crude oil tanker industry and the San Antonio area. Friday, Bekcer county, Texas fire chief Robert HOGAN says workers were removing residue from tanker Bennett explosion. We have recovered the victim that was inside the tank in addition to. That one worker killed another other critically injured for others transported by ambulance..
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"ABC news. Dave Packer at the annual NRA convention, President Trump announcing he will not ratify human rights, treaty. That's intended to keep weapons away from human rights violators. Under my administration, we will never surrender American sovereignty to anyone you entreaty has been awaiting congressional approval since two thousand thirteen the president also taking on Democrats and the special counsel investigation. All fairness to Robert Muller things happened long before he even started. And what took place is a disgrace to our country nutri deal with Japan. Could happen says President Trump at a joint news conference with Japanese Prime minister at the White House Friday, we don't tariff their cars. So I think that that will something will work out. But this should have been done by previous administrations. Many previous administration president optimistic could happen before his visit to Japan next month a day after officially joining the race for the White House. Joe Biden facing tough question, Joe Biden was confronted on the view about his role in the nineteen. Ninety one Anita hill Clarence Thomas hearings, a twenty eight year old issue that he can't seem to shake Biden struggled to explain why he reached out to a Nieta hill just a few weeks ago after all these years. I don't know why the Tokyo so long to call her. I wish it had happened early. Well, I tell you what to do with what I didn't want to do. And I'm like I didn't want to quote invaders face, Biden ran the supreme court confirmation hearings for Thomas where hill accused of sexually harassing her. And the all male committee, many feel trashed her ABC senior national correspondent, Terry Moran. California's under one of its largest quarantine orders in state history in an effort to contain the measles virus over a thousand students and staff offered in isolation at both UCLA and Cal State LA after the CDC confirmed a measles outbreak..
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"From ABC news. Dave Packer, President Trump and collect Chico California. Friday, surveying work on border berry replacement as a coalition of state sues to stop his emergency order to fund the wall. President Trump declaring this section of wall is the beginning of something much bigger to have close to four hundred miles done within about two years. The army corps of engineers briefing. The president here that it could build four hundred fifty miles of all in that timeframe the president saying while he is not closing the border right now, he is keeping an eye on Mexico. Alex stone ABC news, collects Seco, California. Meanwhile, California attorney general hobby of a Sarah says his is one of twenty states suing to stop emergency funding by the president which bypass congress to fund border wall construction, President Trump's actions to divert funding to fulfil a vanity project, violates our constitution and our law and President Trump facing another legal battle Democrats want the IRS to hand over the. President's tax returns. The battle lines are clear. Trump says nice try, but the IRS evaluates tax returns, not congress lawmakers right laws. They don't snoop into individual cases. Democrats say wrong, we're here to make sure government officials are accountable to the public Joe Biden back under fire. This time for joking on stage Friday about his tendency to get too close for some people's comfort. ABC's Terry Moran says Biden wasted no time apologizing immediately after Biden came out to explain.