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Doctors Are Relying More on Monoclonal Antibodies to Fight COVID
"For Covid 19 is showing a great deal of progress. David Begnaud reports from hard hit Louisiana monoclonal antibodies, lab grown proteins that help the body target and eliminate covid infection, according to Dr Thomas Galit, chief medical officer at ST Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Louisiana. They have become the most effective therapy yet has done a great job of helping high risk patients stay out of the hospital. The therapy is becoming more available at hospitals and clinics around the country. But it is only administered after infection within 10 days of the first symptoms and before those symptoms get to severe what type of sickness do you usually say that's too sick to receive if they are having profound oxygen requirements continued high grade beavers dehydration. Since July. The first we've given about 1700 doses. One of those doses went to 42 year old Scotty Johnson. We were there when he got his infusion three weeks ago in Monroe, as Covid was attacking his body. It feels like somebody's choking you. You start coughing, but nothing comes out this week. We followed up with him and we met his wife, Meg. They both got the antibody treatments right around the same time. I just really start feeling good about Three or four days ago, probably, but I feel like I'm like 90% now, while Scotty did not get the vaccine bag did my wife got anybody treatment? On Thursday. I tested positive on Friday. On Saturday, she was back up cleaning the house and doing dishes and like it never even bothered. While the antibody treatments can be effective, they are not a substitute for vaccines, says CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Agus. There's no question the vaccine is better than an antibody. But in the case where your immune suppressed and you can't make a good response to a vaccine, they're lifesavers. So this is an important part of our arsenal. But it certainly is not the only weapon in our arsenal. Vaccines are Front line. No question about it to fight a virus in today's world, and that
NFL: Get Vaccinated or Pay the Price
"The Delta variant and the unvaccinated. CBS's David Begnaud says the NFL is urging its players to get vaccinated or pay the price if there's an outbreak, warning from the NFL to its teams if there's a covid outbreak, and players are not vaccinated Prepare to forfeit and lose the game. The NFL commissioner sent out a memo saying that any team, which causes a game to be cancelled, will be responsible for financial losses and players
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"Daniella Levine Cava says there are also no additional bodies that have been found either, she says, all of the families of the 11 confirmed dead have been notified about their loved ones, CBS chorus Defendant, David Begnaud is at the scene in Surfside 150. People are still missing under 12 stories of rubble and debris is we're not lifting, you know, floor by floor. We're talking about pulverized concrete. We're talking about steel. Every time there's an action. There's a reaction. We still don't know exactly what caused that building to collapse. There is concerning new information about possible structural damage. There's an anonymous contractor who shared photos with the Miami Herald. They show a wet floor, cracked concrete and severely corroded rebar in the buildings, pool equipment room, and these photos were taken just two days before the building collapsed. That collapse happened just days before the owners at the condo had to start making steep payments to cover more than $9 million in repairs that had been recommended three years earlier because of a report that warned of major structural damage, and we are just learning that the White House is saying President Biden and first lady Jill Biden will travel to Surfside. This will happen on Thursday of this week, and they will visit with families of the victims. The president has offered federal help to the rescue effort, and he's tweeted his condolences to the families. On Capitol Hill of the House plans to vote this afternoon on a resolution calling for the removal of all Confederate statues from the U. S. Capitol. The story from W. T O P's Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. We need to reckon with the reality of our history. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin speaking in support of the measure, which would require removing Confederate statues, as well as a bust of former Supreme Court chief justice Roger Tony, who wrote the dread Scott decision upholding slavery and widely considered the worst ruling ever made by the high court. Raskin says. Today's vote is an important one. I think it's an incredibly proud moment for us, especially if we do it on a bipartisan basis. The House approved a similar measure last year with bipartisan support, but it never received a vote in the Senate on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P. News the U. S Supreme Court has ruled that the government can indefinitely detain certain immigrants who say they'll face persecution or torture if they're deported to their native countries. The court voted 6 to 3 today that the immigrants are not entitled to a hearing about whether they should be released while the government evaluates their claims. The case involves people who had previously been deported and when detained after re entering the U. S illegally claimed that they would be persecuted or tortured if they were sent back. The high Court. Three liberal justices dissented up ahead on w T o p new security issues as American forces pull out of Afghanistan 12 34 high It's Rita Kessler when you're in the mood to treat yourself to a good meal. Where do you go? I go to Fogo to shown Brazilian steakhouse. You can't go wrong with their wide array of fire roasted meats. I just had the most mouthwatering bone in rib eye so juicy and full of flavor..
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"This afternoon. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up an early morning shooting wounds. Several people outside the club Onix Strip Club on Cheshire Bridge in North East Atlanta. Evidence markers dot the parking lot, and detectives are questioning possible witnesses to develop leads and potential suspects. More evidence amounts of warning signs before the South Florida condo collapse 75 days before the collapse. There was a letter written by the head of the condo association to its residents, where she said things were getting significantly worse. She said the deterioration in the basement was accelerating and that they could argue and debate for years. It would cost millions of dollars to fix but it needed to be done. Reporter David Begnaud says the confirmed death toll now stands at 11 with 150 unaccounted for. Three. Young is questionable for tonight's Game four of the Eastern Conference finals with that bone bruise in his right foot. Atlanta Journal Constitution Sports reporter Sarah Spencer tells WSB she expects trade is going to be on the floor against the Bucks, but he may not be in peak form. The biggest thing is kind of his first of the like his blow by speed, his ability to push off and your disability to plant which obviously is, you know half the game, The Hawks are down two games to one and hope to even the series before heading back to Milwaukee State Farm Arenas sold out WSB S. Clark Howard hops. For the first cruise ship to deport to depart a U. S port in 15 months, Clark sailing in the Gulf of Mexico on the celebrity edge wide open on the ship, anything we want to do any place you want to go. Kinds of space. It's as if I chartered my own semi private cruise ship, he says. The cruise line insisted he verify his vaccination status. Disney, meanwhile, delays a two night test crews of its dream ship after some of the volunteer passengers fell. Covid deaths the U. S House votes today on a resolution to expel Confederate statues now on display in the U. S. Capitol that includes the vice presidency of the Confederacy, Alexander Stephens of Georgia efforts to replace Stevens with a statue of the late congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis. Stall in this session of the General Assembly. The I. R s ranks the top scams of 2021. The leading scheme is pandemic related. The agency says there has been a rise.
New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing
"Where new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident 24 year old Marcus Erez at 23 year old win Li are each being held on a million dollar bail, and it's expected they'll be arraigned today. She's accused of driving the car when he allegedly opened fire the bullet killing six year old age and Leo's who was in the back seat. And laid to rest yesterday. Our lead national correspondent David Begnaud is following this in Orange County, David. It's an awful story. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've learned so much information within the last 24 hours. The suspects have no criminal history. They're not involved in any gangs. The gun was legally registered to the male suspect. He purchased it legally as well. Uh, and the suspects apparently altered their appearance a bit, but they didn't exactly go underground. In fact, on Sunday, they went to eat sushi and the police watched them. But the cops didn't want to make the arrest of the restaurant because they didn't want to cause a scene, So they waited for them to leave. They followed them home. And that's where they got them. It sounded like an accident. Like all of a sudden, and then it was crazy screaming. This is Julie, who didn't want us to use her last name, describing the moment that she says police moved in and ended the more than two week manhunt. Arresting her neighbors Marcus Aires and Wendy Lee. We absolutely believe that she was the driver and that he rolled down his window and extended his arm out of the car and fired around from a gun. This is
Biden Wants 70% of American Adults Vaccinated by July 4
"In the fight against covert 19, and the date is familiar. It's July 4th of this year, but now he wants 70% of American adults who have gotten at least one shot by Independence Day. There is resistance, especially in rural America. CBS's David Begnaud continues our coverage. The Biden administration is also planning to work with more local doctors, who they believe will be key to breaking through that vaccine distrust in local communities. Dr. Stephen Lakey is the chief medical officer at a hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, in the northern part of the state. There aren't any demographic that are gonna be suspicious or or have not heard the message from either you know, national sources or from national news, And I think having that impact of having our local leaders in those rural environments is gonna be critical. Back in Maryland vaccine administrator Cornell candidate says some people have been able to overcome their vaccine hesitancy. In a game
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"Republican colleagues who refused to wear masks when they were sheltering from the ride on the capital last week. House voting last night to find members who don't wear their masks on the House floor, CBS's David Begnaud Widmore as rioters attacked the halls of Congress last week, representatives were whisked away, let into the bowels of the capital and packed into secure rooms on that is where six Republican representatives We're seeing refusing masks even as they crowded together with other potentially vulnerable members of Congress members like representative Bonnie Watson Coleman, a Democrat from New Jersey. She published this op ed in The Washington Post, blaming Republicans in Congress for giving her cove it now lawmakers who don't wear a mask will be fine. $500 for the first defense 2500 for the second. Nationally, more than 4300 Americans died from Cove it yesterday alone, marking a new single day record. Former Boston police clerk is under arrest in connection with an investigation into overtime fraud within the department. Marilyn Gal Asano indicted on an embezzlement charge. It's one away. Andrew Oh Dae joins us now from Bloomberg Business News. Well. Stock indexes are moving higher after a slow start Laurie especially for the Dow, but now it's gaining 46. NASDAQ Up. 83 has to be 500 right now Rising 12. The demise of the physical store has been greatly exaggerated. Just asked Target Day. The company reports US comparable sales jumped 17.2% in November and December. Versus the non pandemic holiday season a year earlier. That's not to say Target didn't also cashed in on its beefed up online efforts. Digital holiday sales were up 102% versus a year earlier. Some on Wall Street wanted even better news than that. The target's stock right now is down about half a percent. And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. You.
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"About a glitch that's affecting vials in California and Alabama, which arrived too cold to process thousands of potential doses. That now need to be replaced. The reporter David Begnaud, says the FDA is analyzing those vials to see if they're still effective. At least one public health worker in Alaska suffers a serious allergic reaction of the vaccine. Feeling short of breath. Her heart rate was elevated. And she had a red flushed rash over her face and torso Doctor Linde Jones that Bartlett Hospital in Juneau says she was treated with epinephrine and kept overnight. California sets an awful record of 53,000 covert cases in one day. It's easily the worst day of any U. S. States is the pandemic began. Infections are up 10% in a week, Emails obtained by Politico revealed the herd immunity strategy pursued by a top trump appointee at HHS. Dr Paul Alexander stresses quote. We want them infected. Outwardly, the White House has denied that was the favorite approach more than 300,000 Americans have now died. Political appointees of the Atlanta based CDC described Kellyanne Conway and others editing CDC guidance to conform to the president's messaging. Former chief of staff Kyle McCallan calls it demoralizing Gallon and his deputy, Amanda Campbell, left the agency in August. Congress appears on the brink of a covert relief bill. After intense negotiations. Roughly $900 billion bill include Another round of stimulus checks for most Americans about six or $700 per person, reporter Nancy Cordes says $300 week jobless benefits would extend another four months. Congressional leaders promised a vote before Christmas break. A nor'easter dumps snow, sleet and rain from Virginia to Maine. Some kids in Philadelphia enjoy the sledding really, really fun by going down like a shell. It was amazing not so much fun for others. The storm knocked out power to thousands and Caused hundreds of accidents.
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"Vaccine distribution in Virginia. I'm Michelle Back Maryland in D C are out with forecasts about how much covert vaccine they'll initially get. Maryland is officially reviewing the state's purchase of covert 19 tests from South Korea. Asian markets mixed after a mixed day on Wall Street 11 is CBS News on the hour sponsored by progressive Insurance on that Piper in New York. We have had two great milestones in the fight against covert 19 in the U. S. Within 2700 daily deaths more than 100,000 hospitalizations. Both of those are records. Missouri governor Mike Parsons says his hospitals need help. Staffing is one of the biggest challenges facing our hospitals. Right now we have plenty of hospital beds available. Correspondent David Begnaud was in Indianapolis and says some could see a vaccine by the end of this month. But not most most Americans. We'll still have to wait several months for a shot in the arm, according to former CDC director Dr Tom Frieden. Companies are ambitious in what they say they can produce, and we hope they're right. But remember, earlier this year we were told there would be 300 million doses by the end of the year than 45 million than 40 million. So it's been a shrinking number. It's still an amazing close to miraculous accomplishment. Given all this information, the reality is the pandemic is far from over. And it's taking an emotional toll. Democrats are backing off their demands of a covert bill in the trillions. They're now saying Okay to a $908 billion proposal, President elect Joe Biden says Congress says the act fast gonna be hard as hell. For the next 50 to 70 days unless the House acts in some way the Senate acts and passes some of this material.
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"My egg lands Best. I'm Steve Cave, and predictions from the experts are dire Is Corona virus records Fall by the day in this country, CBS's David Begnaud here in Ohio admissions in cases air rising so fast. At hospitals may have to start postponing non emergency procedures, according to Ohio State University, Dr Andrew Thomas. We're within a couple of weeks of having make difficult decisions on top, every hospital in the state to Wisconsin. Now they had another record breaking day of Corona virus, hospitalizations and deaths, which prompted the governor Tony Evers, to issue a brand new stay at home advisory. It's not safe to go out. Please cancel the happy hours. The dinner parties sleepovers. The playdates. Things are deteriorating and much of Europe to CBS's Chris lives A is in Rome out of 30. I seeyou beds. This hospital is down to its last one. My room. Rome's Kobe hospitals are saturated, It's unimaginable. The government is now forced to lock down five high risk red zones. Non essential businesses closed movement outside your hometown forbidden crucial measures to contain the spread in Italy, says the prime minister. Well back here at home, President elect Biden went to a veteran's Day observance in Philadelphia. President Trump went to Arlington National Cemetery today. CBS News now projects he won Alaska and its three electoral votes. George's secretary of state,.
"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP
"Debate is that is that joke is no reason I'm in great shape. His campaign says it will hold a rally instead, Joe Biden tells reporters in Delaware. He hasn't decided his next move. He goes off. It's gonna have a rally off. I don't know. Mr Trump says he believes he's been cured of Corona virus. He signals he's still on a course of powerful steroids that might be masking his symptoms on Ly Lab tests will tell the Corona virus pandemic dominated last night's vice presidential debate. Democrat Kamala Harris, blessed of the Trump administration's handling of the crisis. If the doctors tell us that we should take it, I'll be the first in line to take it. Absolutely. But if Donald Trump tells us that we should take it, I'm not taking those comments on a vaccine vice president Pence, insisting the administration has put people in Safety. First, your continuous undermining of confidence in the vaccine is just it's just unacceptable. CBS's David Begnaud is in Louisiana today. That's target yet for another hurricane. Hurricane Delta is as of now projected to make landfall within 15 to 20 miles. From where Hurricane Laura made landfall just six weeks ago in Lake Charles. That would be incredible if the same people devastated by Laura get hit yet again. The government says 840,000 people filed unemployment claims last week, an indication the pandemic recovery is still slow. Bankrate economist Mark Cameron between the traditional programs in the Pandemic Unemployment assistance program. There were more than 1.3 million new claims. And that doesn't even count the state of California, which is pausing and its reporting for a couple of weeks to work through backlogs into police against potential fraud. Reports say. Another member of the NFL's Tennessee Titans is tested positive for the Corona virus that makes 23 cases connected to the team. American woman reaches the pinnacle of literary achievement. Nobel Prize in literature is awarded to the American Poetry's click for her unmistakable poetic voice. Slick is 77 on a previous winner of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award. IBM says it's going to spin off a $19 billion slice of its business to become a cloud computing company. It's expected to happen Lee next year Wall Street right now the Dow is up 90 points. NASDAQ is up 45 points. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T.
"david begnaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Island right now, moving slightly north, But we're hearing from Bob Larson. It should move out to sea. It should. But we could get a little bit of rain, especially south of the pike. Wooster. You're seeing some raindrops right now. Ah, and that could continue this rain risk for the afternoon hours. So it's not a perfect 10 today, but it's not that bad. Now. Tonight should be nice for sleeping. If you don't like it sticky who does? It's going to be mild mid fifties tonight and that low humidity Which is just so great. And then tomorrow mostly sunny and nice again high around 80. But if you're at the beach, and the waves are great right now, we had that high surf advisory for a few days, and that's tough for the little ones. Maybe, but now you've just got some nice surf out there. Not too overwhelming. So that will continue tomorrow mid seventies at the beach. Friday and Saturday. Little bit hotter mid eighties Not too hot, though. But again humidity starting to creep in ahead of a Sunday with thunderstorms. More covert clusters are spreading a colleges across the United States. CBS's David Begnaud reports that big campus parties, often with alcohol and often without masks, bear some of the blame US Corona virus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berks. We can't have these large parties because of the level of a symptomatic spread. But that's what happened in Michigan State where more than 100 students were infected. Yesterday, the school's president, seeing outbreaks around the rest of the country, announced all classes will be remote. This fall. We got our senior, you're taken away, and then now we don't even have a freshman incoming freshman Annalise Maksoud was dorm shopping with her roommates when she heard the news. She was planning to move to campus in eight days. Of course, a lot of students flying in to go to college. There are worries over traveling amid a pandemic, and it's prompting some redesigns for the Jets themselves. The pandemic is driving a number of design firms in the U. S and overseas to transform current airplane seats as well as airline cabins, and it goes way beyond just blocking the dreaded middle seat. Some of the proposed designs include double Decker rose special screen separating seats or new technologies and fabrics. Actually change color when they're sanitized to reassure passengers. I wouldn't expect new seeds to be installed anytime soon. What the designers have it invented as the airlines continue to shrink their fleets as they bleed millions of dollars a day are the funds to pay for the new cabin and see changes? Peter Greenberg CBS News John Metaxas joins us now at 12 38 over at Bloomberg. And Laurie. We have more airline news airlines of pitching a plan to reopen their lucrative transatlantic routes after the virus interrupted so many trips, Germany's main aviation industry group is proposing to create limited air corridors between major U. S and European hubs. The projects would link airports in Boston, Chicago L. A. And New York, New Jersey. With Frankfurt and Munich in Germany, passengers would need to produce a negative test for covert 19 before flying. We're seeing records on Wall Street today, Apple has achieved a $2 trillion market cap. The S and P is extending its record run up seven points at 33 97, the NASDAQ also at a new record high up 30 points. At 11 to 41. Even the Dow is higher up. 70 27 8 48. I'm John Metaxas Bloomberg Business on W. B z. Boston's News Radio John Thank you coming up a major ruling this afternoon in the Robert Kraft massage parlors sex case. Out of Florida. We have details coming up a 12 46. When you think of w B z NewsRadio, you think that base reporting essential information and news you could trust, stay safe, Stay informed and stay with W B z Boston's NewsRadio. Thiss.
"david begnaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Virus is spreading even faster than it did in the spring time. Let's go to Miami and CBS is David Begnaud, Florida set a single day record for the number of deaths yesterday, and so did California. The CDC is now saying that over the next four weeks, the states with the greatest likelihood for a large number of deaths are the following Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Utah right here. Meanwhile, Massachusetts continues to hold onto its gains against the virus as we continue Phase three of reopening 207 additional cases reported by the State Health Department. Yesterday. 16 more people died. And police make an arrest in this week's double shooting outside of a barbershop in Worcester, 18 year old Brian Barrage of Oyster is now facing multiple charges, including armed assault with the intent to murder. Surveillance video captured the crime on tape. Ah, violent standoff at a home in Lowell is de escalated. A SWAT team from the North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council convinced the suspect who was firing off shots with a gun to peacefully surrender last night. No one injured. And what else does 2020 have in store? There were the murder Hornets. Of course, there's Kobe that goes on well. Now the Pentagon's U. F O unit is about to make some of its findings public. Three months ago, the Pentagon released three videos of what it officially called unidentified aerial phenomenon. Look on. The videos taken by military pilots had been leaked earlier. Whether the government program to investigate UFOs is still in operation has been a matter of debate. Elsom findings will emerge publicly from a task force every six months, according to The New York Times, Florida Senator Marco Rubio told CBS Miami this month he's concerned about reports of unidentified flying objects near military installations after decades in the shadows. Now a new transparency appears to be taking flight, Steve Cave and CBS News. As a safety measure. Z's phase one is what we're called Start and businesses reopen. Kay's too cautious check with W. B C news. Radio three is gonna be called vigilant as this four.
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"Ever percentage. Of positive Corona virus test. But Florida's governor downplayed concerns in the fact of the matter is the mortality rate for people who are hospitalized now is lower than it Wass in March. That is a sentiment echoed by his closest political ally, President Trump. Our mortality rate. Is right now at a level that people don't talk about, but it's down tenfold listen to what Dr Anthony Fauci said about that It's a false narrative to take comfort in a lower rate of death. There's so many other things that are very dangerous and bad about this virus Hospitalizations air rising in at least 22 states and this week, 28 states are seeing average positive test rates above the 5% that is recommended to safely reopen. Arizona has the highest in the country, averaging 25% positivity statewide. CBS's David Begnaud We now know when Sports will start back up in Washington High School's football season begins September 5th. All other sports begin on September 7th, The Washington Interscholastic Activities Activities Association, or W. Ay made that call is the director Kaufman. Our goal is to give students a chance to participate. You know, they have lost so much going back to the spring that any place we can provide a safe place for them to participate. We want to do. This is a good idea. Yeah, certainly. I'm just not sure if it's realistic. Or not, I mean, I'm not sure if you're speaking as a coach, is there is there a good way to practice without risking spreading infections? Not really a good way to practice football. I mean, football is a contact sport. You are breathing in the other person's face mask the entire time if you're on the line of scrimmage I really hope the kids get a chance to play. I know so many kids that you know this the senior year and you know, losing. What? What A lot of the kids did in the spring. They don't want to lose this in the fall, but I mean, I don't know how you do it, And I'm not sure if the governor Khun override the W ay ay because his guidelines say you can't really have contact or football until we're in Phase four. And who knows if we're going to be there? I mean, heck, even my son at Montana State University in their football season, they still don't know if they're going to have a season. They're waiting to find out what the Ivy leagues due today who are proposing about said today, a seven game season in the spring or maybe just something delayed this fall. We don't know. I would love to see it. I'm not sure if high school will be able to have a season. Gosh, I sure hope they do, though, in boy A few games will be better than none, but it's It's a tough call well, and it depends on the sport. Let's go back to what Big Kaufman had to say from the W. A wrestling football winded from competitive dance and cheer are considered to be the highest risk just because the nature of them and that's what we're looking at that Meena County has to be a stage for That's all right. Wind instruments you want in front of a trumpet either, do you? Yeah. So I mean, there goes the whole, you know, Friday night experience. I mean, I know so many high schools have tremendous bands. I mean, I remember Tommy's team went down and played. Ah, ah, team down in the south End way down. I mean, down in the Vancouver they're marching band was tremendous and Hawkinson. I mean, those kids are doing the same thing, too. And you know you hate to see the kids lose that kind of Opportunity because you get so few of them, especially in high school. I mean, I was I was marching band was my thing in the college football games, but I was primarily in the band, but ah Unless you can put some kind of what the antivirus filter on the belle of the trombones or the tubas. Especially, there goes the spit valve on the trumpet. It's I mean, I mean, I played the number two. Yeah, it's I don't know. Tough call. I'm glad I'm not making it. It is 8 15 U have a traffic.
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"W B Z NEWS radio 69 degrees in Boston. That 10 o'clock Good evening. I'm done, huh? Here's what's happening. Texas surpasses 10,000 new covert 19 cases in a single day. For the first time as a resurgence of the outbreak rages across the country. CBS News update. Mork ROTO VIRUS SURGES correspondent David Begnaud is in front of Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital, where patients have to wait 24 hours before a bed opens up in the I C u they are busy, but they also need more staff. They have been trying to recruit people, but it's tough. So today, Florida's governor came here to Miami to announce that 100 nurses Work and live elsewhere in the state are being redirected here to Miami to help out the head of the national Nursing Union says medical workers air again facing shortages of the equipment that they need. Deborah Burger says the shortage forces nurses to reuse things all supplies of personal protective equipment, including hair coverings, gowns. Q covers and and 95 masks are in dangerously low supply. President Trump today press state and local officials to re open schools this fall, arguing some are keeping them closed for political reasons. CBS NEWS update on that Piper Boston's mayor says the city is currently dealing with three crises. The pandemic. The economic fallout from Copan 19 and the ongoing impact of systemic racism, Mayor Marty Walsh, saying his priority has been meeting the most urgent needs of vulnerable residents and small businesses. Noting the relief and resiliency funds.
Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son
"Longer protesters and demonstrators and activists continue fighting for black lives. The more stories of police killings of black people seem to be coming to light and pressure is now mounting for a new investigation. Into the death of Elijah McCain. It happened after an encounter with three officers last August in Aurora, Colorado. Go to the family. The 23 year old was out buying ice tea when somebody called 911 claiming that MacLean was wearing a ski mask and quote acting weird. His family says, Yeah, he was wearing a mask, but it was to deal with social anxiety. Within 15 minutes, He was put in a chokehold and then injected with a powerful sedative. CBS's David Begnaud has the story. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. Rely on I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation. The district attorney investigating the case says that Elijah McClane dismissed the officers requests for him to stop. The 23 year olds family says he was just walking home. He was listening to music. When Aurora, Colorado police approached him last August, the D A. Says McLane was carrying a plastic bag when police tried to pat him down and he refused. He's then heard pleading with the police as they tackle him and use a choke hold on him. Paramedics later arrived at the scene. A medic gave McClane ketamine to sedate him. McLane was taken to the hospital. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead. 10 months after McLane's death, more than two million people have signed a petition calling on Colorado officials to fire the three officers involved. So far, the Aurora Police Department has declined. CBS News is request for comment. Dave Young is the one who decided not to charge the officers were the actions of the officers justified legally. Yes, Mr Young. Do you believe there was a moment in this where the officers could have de escalated a situation? Absolutely. 100%. They could've done a 1,000,000 things different didn't need to die on and the fact that he died does not warrant the basis for criminal charges in the body camera video cops or heard saying that MacLean tried to take one of their guns. He went for his gun. Mari Newman represents McClain's family. Don't you think if you really had grab someone's gun, we would see fingerprints ended the lifted from the gun. Did you find any evidence that corroborates the officer who said he reached for the gun? I had no evidence to cut. Predict that Shin in McLean is Elijah's mother. They? They're bullies with badges. He wanted to help people. He was a massage therapist. He not only heal others that he killed himself. He was able to accept love give love various forms. According to the district attorney's report, the medical examiner was unable to determine a cause of death. It is important to note that walking around with a ski mask is not illegal, and when you go back to the 9 11 call, the caller didn't say that Elijah did anything illegal. He said. Hey, there's a guy wearing a mask. He kind of is waving his hand. Seems a little strange. You might want to check it out. He says He might be a good guy might be a bad guy. When the police responded instead of observing. Instead of watching hanging back for a bit, the police moved in immediately to stop him. And everything went self from there.
"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP
"The nation protests yes but riding and looting not so much we tell you who was behind the order to clear Lafayette square Monday night before president trump spoke and president trump has pulled the plug on North Carolina holding the Republican National Convention it's eight thirty one CBS news special report protests over the death of George Floyd mostly peaceful last night but in Portland Oregon police went after hundreds who broke away from a demonstration yes exiles CBS's David Begnaud checked the streets of New York City they're marching from the town everybody is behind the line and the organizers were strict at one point they were chanting we will not agitate the police because we want to get home safe no one agitated anyone really and the police let them all in the street so to speak after widespread looting Monday night Saks Fifth Avenue put chain link fencing and razor wire in front of boarded up windows at the Vatican pope Francis has broken his silence I say we told him that the rising commodities in your show or phone he says he's watching the social unrest here with great concern and urging the faithful not to turn a blind eye to racism CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez now eight thirty two will protest last night had a different feel from the tense encounters DC had seen earlier in the week WTOP's Ella hunter Alvarez spent much of the day yesterday covering the protesters in Lafayette square and he said for the most part it was a peaceful gathering he says offense that was put up outside the park played a big role in keeping the P. I think dispenses actually worked both ways and that yes it's kept protesters out of Lafayette park but it's also kept the police from making contact with the protesters well you've essentially.
Protests continue into their seventh night
"Protests over the death of George Floyd mostly peaceful last night but in Portland Oregon police went after hundreds who broke away from a demonstration yes exiles CBS's David Begnaud checked the streets of New York City they're marching from the town everybody is behind the line and the organizers were strict at one point they were chanting we will not agitate the police because we want to get home safe no one agitated anyone really and the police let them all in the street so to speak after widespread looting Monday night Saks Fifth Avenue put chain link fencing and razor wire in front of boarded up
"david begnaud" Discussed on WTOP
"Pest control for free inspection eight eight eight eight eight eight home or visit home paramount dot com Jack Taylor WTOP traffic and out of storm team four meteorologist Lauren rickets well we've got some clouds we got some sun really depending on what you where you are is a depending on what you're looking at but we're going to stay mostly dry today after about seven eight o'clock we're gonna have some scattered showers and thunderstorms north of I. sixty six so mainly through Maryland in the northern portion of Virginia but a lot of us are going to stage right overnight but until then we're heating up low to mid nineties today and the humidity comes back in as well a little breezy at times just through the mid morning and into the afternoon as well we've had a ninety degree day since early October of last year now we get into the overnight as I said a few scattered showers mainly DC in North could have a few lingering ones tomorrow morning by tomorrow afternoon more scattered showers and thunderstorms and some of those could be strong especially given the heat tomorrow back into the upper eighties to low nineties and again will be humid here Thursday hi humid conditions presents for Friday and Saturday will have some sunshine in the morning scattered showers and thunderstorms possibly Friday and Saturday afternoon temperatures will be in the mid to upper eighties heating amenity finally drop on Sunday what more sunshine temperatures around eighty now temperatures right now seventy degrees in Washington that's the cool spot and that was at seventy three Leesburg now up to seventy nine degrees in Frederick seventy seven okay Lawrence seven fifty one now CBS news special report an eight PM curfew didn't keep protesters from being out around in New York City the included doctors and nurses treating covert nineteen patient how racism affects our patients and their health and their lives just like others but the demonstrations were mostly peaceful CBS's David Begnaud caught up with one group headed to trump tower there marching through the town everybody is behind the line and the organizers were strict let me tell you in fact at one point they were chanting we will not agitate the police because we want to get home safe no one advocated anyone really and the police let them all in the street so to speak president trump has said that the whole world is laughing it states where protests have turned into riots pope Francis isn't laughing it all righty.
"david begnaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cycling event benefiting the Crohn's and colitis foundation visits been four dot org to learn more fifty degrees cloudy skies deeper as WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast early on this Wednesday morning increasingly windy with some rain a few rumbles of thunder there even will be some fog especially along the immediate coast low forty five later today windy in remaining mild with times of clouds and sun the high fifty five clearing brisk and cold tonight low thirty eight tomorrow mostly sunny with a gusty breeze high fifty two body will turn out cloudy and breezy with showers in the afternoon high forty six but it'll turn colder Friday night the rain get ends a couple of snow showers I'm accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski WBZ Austin's news radio WBZ newsradio ten thirty when the news was never stop good morning I'm done here's what's happening rescue workers have been combing through the rubble in and around Nashville after a strong series of tornadoes left more than two dozen dead and more than a hundred injured several others still unaccounted for the storms hitting without warning tearing off roofs snapping trees and surprising people as they slept CBS's David Begnaud is in Putnam County about seventy miles east of Nashville there are homes in Putnam County which are barely recognisable after the tornado blazed a two mile trail of debris shattering lives the tornado come through actually demolished and decimated everything in its path the scene is surreal stunned residents have come out to look at the damage in every direction at least nineteen of the twenty five deaths in Tennessee are right here in Putnam County sixty five people have been treated for injuries and they even set up a special board so that people could come and identify their loved ones Tennessee governor bill Lee well we all of us can provide shelter and restore.
"david begnaud" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Call eight four one one solar the back and forth between the Trump administration and how speaker Nancy Pelosi continued today. CBS news. Bill Rakoff reports very hard to have a meeting where you accused the president of the United States of Krant White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders to reporters this morning. The president steams about being. Accused of a cover up. He said to have stormed out of a meeting. With Democrats yesterday. I'll speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked today about whether someone should stage an intervention. His family and his. Cabinet and his staff in the White House. This is not behavior that rises to the dignity of the office of president regarding the press for impeachment by some of the Democrats in her caucus Pelosi said, she prefers to see the investigative process continue, and that they are not at the place for impeachment yet, Bill Rakoff, CBS news, Washington. John Walker Lynn. The US citizen joined the Taliban Afghanistan was freed this morning, after serving seventeen years of twenty year cents. He was granted early release for good behavior. Something critics say you shouldn't have been eligible for CBS news. David Begnaud reports from outside the Indiana prison, where Lynn was held win. John Walker Lindh was captured in Afghanistan. In two thousand one he told you forces, why he decided to join the Taliban. Test Lind was interrogated by CIA officer, Johnny, Mike Spann, who was killed shortly thereafter in a prison. Uprising Lynn was taken back to the US to face charges of conspiring to kill span. But in a plea bargain, he only admitted to illegally supporting the Taliban, we still feel that he is radicalized, and that releasing him into our public is a danger to everybody. Alison span was just a child with her father was killed now a CBS affiliate anchor and Bullock's Mississippi. She said a letter to President Trump asking him to stop Lynn's. Release David CBS news outside the federal prison here at KIRO Indiana. Another emotional morning in court in vista today as another accuser tick stand in the trial of Kellen Winslow, the second winslow's accused of raping two women and unconscious teenager news as Steffi arenas been covering the case all week and as more, what happened inside the courtroom this morning. Jane Doe, number three, testified through an interpreter that she was cutting flowers in her yard last may when a man in cycling clothes came up and scared her because he came to my house, and Dan, he took off his pain to show his penis. Let's very sick reaction was immediate at that moment. I said, no, no, no. And then I walked away. She said she never looked at his face the scribe the man bus I saw his body, only I look at his face. So he has must body via professional cyclists. The trial is now into its fourth day. It's expected to last a month. The next step in the city of San Diego's ban on poly, styrene, foam, single, use plastics, kicks in tomorrow sales of Ed cartons food service ware and food trays made from styrofoam will not be allowed businesses making less than five hundred thousand dollars a year argh until next February. The ordinance is being rolled out in phases to give businesses time to implement the.
More than 300 avalanches recorded in Colorado
"In Colorado Avalanche's are waking havoc on mountain highways. Cbs's David Begnaud explains just in the past week, Colorado is seen over three hundred avalanches with a level of danger. Not seen in decades five on a scale of five at least nine western states are now under avalanche warnings right now. The avalanche danger in Washington state is
"david begnaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty one in the morning here at WBZ. And this is as good of a time, go back and take a phone call. So. Munda? Good morning. Hi, how you doing Laura? I'm doing fine. Linda, how are you? Oh, I'm just because. I'm going in today for oil Gerry Adams. Three. Linden sorry to hear that. Well, no, I need to get him out. But I like, I'm. I pay. So. Yeah. Taking me go there. Place to have. Territory. How I won't be alone. I've never had an. And I never had. I'm very anxious salad. Anyway. Well, I don't I sound like. And take me up and take me Dallas. So I gotta try to paper. That's a very important thing to have. It's milk, water bread and teepee. Toilet paper. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He goes. So anyways. That was taken care of. So i'm. At downsides dirty. I had. Our fast. So it's like, no. Not now. Wishes a with you. Our wishes are with you. Well, thank you Morgan. Salad. I at the countdown got like a is a. Got three hours and. I. Enabled either. Hey, my call them and my fingers crossed that you get to this operation. And simply as possible. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Good night. Carolina. Good morning to you. Hi, Morgan caroliina. How are you? Coming back put it up there. But I just I didn't look. That's okay. That's okay. I had some snow bought some sort of euphoria tomato today. I just thought I'd share. Okay, I came in. And there was snow. My son was out shoveling drive, and and I got out of the car. And I'm like, suddenly I wanted to have a snowball fight. How old is your son? Forty two years. Okay. Then sixty six years old. Okay. And I'm like, oh my God. It's no I I grew up in Boston. So you know, when I was a kid. I you know, that's what we did. It was just like, wow. It's not let's all go. And have a snowball fight. I felt so sad. Because I couldn't find one person to have a snowball fight with we had two son. But he didn't wanna play. Okay. Okay. He said Ma the snow's to stopped, and I sit down let me show you how this is time. I said, you woman up in between your hands, and it turns into a snowball, and you and your pile up. And then you just go for it. Like, I said, yeah, I'm your mother. But anyway, I just thought I'd share. I said, well, we grew up in in the fifties. And sixties my God. That's what we did. And I miss that. I remember that too. I clearly remember that. Yeah. I was like I and every year, I I I really go off the track. And like, I my grandson apron. I balled up a snowball in one year, and I do it. I'm and I'm like come on. Let's go for it. And he's like grandma. What did I do you? Like what is going on? Sometimes I feel like where's all the fun? Now, you know. Well, anyway, I get out there. And I have a good time. When I can't I was so happy to see the snow. I was like in heaven. So anyway, met a couple of snowballs, and I invited the lady next door to have a snowball fight with me. But said no she says she can have a booth. I how many on either. So anyway, I just thought I share a fun story whipped. You think I'm gonna share front story with you. Okay. I grew up. Kademi homes. They know what you may knock not too far from Hyde Park. I do I know I actually grew up at Roxburgh was born and raised some Roxbury. Was in Roxbury. Yeah. And one of the big fat snowstorms that we had in the I think nineteen sixty eight because we have a couple of months to snowstorms in a row. Yeah. I remember that we we didn't have to go to school for what seemed like two weeks with continual snow. The. Hammer. Explain this the various entry ways to different apartments. There was an overhang and those overhangs, obviously, they get covered with snow. Uh-huh. And we. And an organized snowball fight all the kids. Wow. And. Get captured. Captured they'd want you to an area, and it was just a a wall. No windows, just a wall, and they fired snowballs at you. Oh, no. I was being what to the wall. And I was able to. I was Philly athletic in those days, and I must have been like thirteen. Uh-huh. Huh? And I was able to leap up. Double handfuls of snow. Spin around before I landed. And hit two of the four people walking me to the wall. Wow. And the first two they were amazed that I could even think to do something like that. But he had accomplishment accomplish it. Wow. The other two. Decided you don't need to take Morgan to the wall. Just a snowball him here. And they all off for them just kept grabbing handfuls and handfuls more snow, and I got. Beat. Wow. That's too funny. But I can remember that as if it just happened. Fun. So so somewhat. I mean. The wall, but it was so much, but I was listening to the gentleman before when he was talking about the show, you know, the snow clearing. And when we were young, you know, we we loved it because you know, it was a different day in time. And and we would all get shovels, and, you know, go to the neighbors, and they'd pay us like fifty cents and two dollars, and, you know, just clean up the whole neighborhood, you know, and and that was way of making a couple of dollars for whatever probably just to bring home to our mother, but still it was like such a great day such a great time, and you know, in the sense of accomplishment that you shoveled out Mr. Jones's. Walkway and sidewalk, and you get paid for doing that task. Yeah. It it wasn't a lot. But it was you know, a lot then. Right. And but we anticipated those things anyway, just because it was just like part of it was fun in the snowball fights in the process and all up it. And it was just anyway, I didn't mean to take a long long time. But apparently, that's fine. I do have to go now for news. But yeah, thanks for sharing. You take you. Dagoes Carolina CBS CBS news update. The winter storm in the northeast and midwest moves out on Wednesday. But along the west coast Seattle was once they get buried under record breaking snow after it was hit with its fourth snowstorm in a week. Correspondent David Begnaud reports for many people caught in it..
How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation
"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.
Outrage grows as families are separated. Will Trump change his policy?
"School day in the mayor mag valley lowell public schools are closed today due to expect it extreme heat conditions inside the buildings and both hateful and lawrence public schools will be calling it a half day reports are emerging from inside the immigrant holding facilities in texas where reported two thousand children have been held separately from their parents while seeking legal asylum in the us here's correspondent david begnaud children and adults are seen huddled together in the building that's divided up into chain link fencing that looks like a cage monique graham is an executive officer at the center she says parents without an extensive criminal history will not be separated from their children if the child is four years old or younger what happens if you're five and older and your mother and father doesn't have a significant criminal history the child will not be prosecuted adult well under the trump administration zero tolerance policy every adult who comes into the country illegally is sent to see a judge for possible prosecution and that is when the parent it is separated from the child that separation can be just a few hours or if the parent is sent to jail it can be weeks months or even years massachusetts congressman joe kennedy tried to visit a tent city for immigrant children at a border town in texas but wbz's carl stevens tells us he was turned away congressman joe kennedy was a man on a mission sunday when he went through tornado texas the site of the first tent city for children separated from their immigrant parents at the border you participated in a protest march and tried to visit the children but was turned away by federal officials spoke to wbz about that it is awfully hard to come to any other conclusion than the trump administration knows that this is a horrible shameful deliberate policy to inflict pain and suffering on children and their families he calls the practice horrifying in his words it just needs to end carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty coming up the red sox bats wake up on the way west coast fly ball left centerfield leaned into this what back back back sanders strikes again dave o'brien with the call socks salvages split in seattle adam has it all coming up in sports wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes back to chris culkeen on the mass pike eastbound a crash in the.