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Decline in meat production could lead to shortage

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Decline in meat production could lead to shortage

"Meat processing plants have been among the factories hardest hit by covert nineteen province prompting new concerns about food shortages correspondent dean Reynolds has the story Americans may soon be asking where's the beef and this time the scarcity won't be about panic shoppers hoarding supplies the problem is deeper this is a decline in production the decline linked to the virus that is sick and then killed workers a big processing plants like the Smithfield pork plant in Sioux falls South Dakota where more than eight hundred workers tested positive workers at this plant and some of the two dozen others the illnesses kids wanna sure answers they'll be safe to return that safety guidelines from the CDC will be followed to a

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CDC says nearly 5,000 virus cases at meat and poultry processing plants

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

CDC says nearly 5,000 virus cases at meat and poultry processing plants

"But Donald has begun rationing meat for big macs and quarter pounders as processing plants struggle to obey the president's new order to stay open correspondent dean Reynolds the CDC reports as workers are right to be worried in its broadest survey of the problem to date the CDC said there have been almost five thousand cove in nineteen cases and twenty deaths at one hundred and fifteen meat and poultry processing plants in the nineteen states that

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Trump using Defense Production Act to keep meat processing plants open

WBBM Evening News

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Trump using Defense Production Act to keep meat processing plants open

"President trump says that he will invoke the defense production act to keep meat processing plants open during the pandemic dean Reynolds reports the livestock has been piling up at the nation's processing plants with a sudden drop in workers to turn the supply into food it's becoming a real serious situation livestock analyst Dennis Smith says that with red meat production down twenty percent consumers could soon face the consequences of an unprecedented food chain disruption I would say the first week of may as soon as when you it's very possible radio began to experience some shortages that it could be spotty shortages at first but then more widespread it's not that there isn't supply it's that there are fewer workers turning page into pork chops and cattle into steaks we just won't have enough space to house all the animals that we have in Minnesota farmer Matt Patterson said with pig pens overflowing and few places to take his herd euthanasia has been a terrible option pretty tough for me to think about Gary Harris who's worked at the now shuttered Tyson plant in Logansport Indiana for two decades this company should take the blame for reacting too slowly and turning his workplace into a hot spot of her supervisor said it is just a virus like the flu Harris's been tested but has yet to get back a result how do you feel about going back to work there that good at all

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:02 min | 5 months ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"It let's start with the CBS is dean Reynolds is in Chicago three Oklahoma the bulls and their riders were talking in front of empty stands sure here's who falls South Dakota a big race took place but it was a driver's only affair such is life these days as fears of the virus overtake a desire for public gatherings South Dakota doesn't anticipate a peak in positive cases until the middle of June but there are plenty of worries right now because just a few miles away stands the temporarily closed Smithfield pork processing plant where hundreds of workers have tested positive it's one of several meat packing facilities across the region that have had to close indefinitely because workers are getting sick and dying yet even as the cases are on the rise and peak still to come some governors are ready to relax their stay at home orders Ohio and Indiana plan partial lifting is on may first Minnesota may fourth Michigan may fifteenth Wisconsin may twenty sixth Illinois will keep most of its order in place until the end of may governor JB Pritzker if we lifted the stay at home order tomorrow we would see our deaths per day shoot into the thousands by the end of may and that would last well into the summer you're kind of caught in the middle of mark Kern is the board chairman of St Clair county Illinois a short drive from Missouri which will loosen its order in just over a week you have a lot of people who work in Missouri yes thirty three percent of the people who who live in secular county working in downtown St Louis Saint Louis related area across the river he wishes both states were on the same page if you envision a bomber and your last thing we want is because of opening up in Missouri too early that that thing comes around and hits on the back of the head dean Reynolds CBS news Chicago so as you can see it we're going to have many stories whether this is gonna work or not around the country yes just like when West Virginia had power ball but we didn't people would cruise over there to get some you know a chance at wealth and you know what White House coronavirus a response coordinator Dr Deborah Burke's who's been very busy says you can you know do all the openings in ease all the restrictions you want but you're still going to have social distancing well into the summer Larry Colorado state wide stay home order ends today governor chaired post warns it doesn't accomplish anything it was not replaced with practices that are sustainable for the weeks and months that it's likely to remain with us in Alaska restaurants can now serve dine in customers but at just twenty five percent seating capacity will again be king if you want to ease back on the mayor of Colleyville Texas opened up patios there was.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of November's election today he also sent fundraising emails and texts for Joe Biden and says a be back out on the campaign trail as soon as you can all right and thank you this news tonight by tomorrow about eighty million Americans will have received one of those twelve hundred dollar stimulus checks one payment processor says much of the money that's already been collected is being used for food but tonight there are concerns about the supply chain for feeding Americans hundreds of workers at food processing plants in five states have been infected forcing several to shut down dean Reynolds reports the ripple effects are being felt from farms to supermarkets at the JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley Colorado seventy year old soul Sanchez was feeling sick but his daughter could not convince him to stay home my dad was a an amazing humble hard working individuals he'd be like they need me they're short staffed Sanchez died a week ago from corona virus thirty others at the plant now temporarily closed have tested positive a similar story is emerging at the indefinitely close Smithfield plant in Sioux falls South Dakota which process is up to five percent of Americans for more than three hundred workers there have tested positive for covert nineteen all critical workers in the food chain that is now being stressed Caitlyn will act as an industry analyst at the university of Notre Dame where I seen so many disruptions across a number of different product categories particularly meat and dairy products throughout the supply chain consumers are experiencing some shortages due to hoarding but there is food the main issue is distribution as more workers get sick at the other end of the chain or the grocery workers dozens of them have died from the virus in their union says three thousand are out sick the destruction adds up to more of an inconvenience for consumers right now but it could get worse it could be more severe shortages Julie and parts of the north American meat institute we've got to figure out a way to keep operating both for consumers and for producers and the animals that they're raising but many crops are not here for another reason farmers are destroying them to avoid a surplus which would drive down prices and create another problem along the food chain Nora all right dean Reynolds thank you and there is still much more news ahead right here on CBS evening news racing to a Q. war by researchers believe a blood therapy involving antibodies can help treat the sickest coronavirus patients.

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5 killed in shooting at Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

5 killed in shooting at Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee

"An employee who was fired in Milwaukee at the Molson Coors brewing company campus returned with a weapon Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says multiple people were killed including the suspected gunman CBS is dean Reynolds police responded to reports of a shooting at the Molson Coors compound Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett there was a horrifically shooting that has occurred very rough day for anybody who is close to the situation as

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Nevada Democrats won't use app that caused Iowa caucus fiasco

Noon Business Hour

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Nevada Democrats won't use app that caused Iowa caucus fiasco

"Democrats in Nevada are promising not to make the same mistakes in their caucus later this month as I owe it did during its caucus in about a state party says it scrapping plans to use the same apple but many are blaming for the reporting issues in Iowa a company called shadow made that happen the statement shadow apologized saying quote the underlying data and collection process was sound and accurate but our process to transmit results was not dean Reynolds is in the morning where many voters are not happy my paramount concern is making sure that these results are accurate I am a democratic chair Troy price fought back Tuesday against critics who question the use of an app to finalize caucus results I will say that we have worked with cyber security experts nationally known cyber security experts to test the sap into died do testing and security checks on this app the application was supposed to transmit voting data in real time the party leaders found several inconsistencies in vote tallies and caucus chair's reported problems downloading it to their phones one county chair told us since the app wasn't available in the app store you had to download a separate app to run it causing confusion among the caucus leaders we also learn more about the company itself shadows been used by both the blue judge and Biden campaigns although both of said it was poor communication services we went to a deli in the morning to speak to voters about the bungled process is an embarrassing yeah we'll ingen Walker and their daughter Jaden all caucused Monday night and just want their votes to be counted properly it's so frustrating like whatever it's like ten feet for like the next one I'm like I'm not even let's be honest with you right version

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Teen warns about vaping after double-lung transplant

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:27 min | 8 months ago

Teen warns about vaping after double-lung transplant

"A young man is now strong enough to share his story about how vaping destroyed his lungs a seventeen year old face certain death until a double lung transplant CBS news correspondent dean Reynolds reports on the message the boy has for his twin brother Daniel mantra members vaping last September and then waking up more than a month later after emergency double lung transplant to save his life I can talk or move because my muscles at all atrophied so I got enough enough strength even like lived on my head he and his mother Tammy recalled those harrowing weeks fourteen days went by since you went to the first tee are and you don't have any memory until after the long train as for what I lost they give you a medication I make sure for god he's speaking out now to warn against the cigarettes I don't want this to happen other people as strong as this story is nicotine addiction from vaping is hard to break even in his own family his twin brother can't stop vaping I asked him this morning if he wants to stop and if he you know if he wants my helps him get help and he said maybe by he stopped for a while but when he went back to it what do you tell your brother and he's being stupid Daniel who is seventeen now takes twenty pills a day and will be on medication for the rest of his life and his dream of being a navy seal is finished today his

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Teen warns about vaping after after double-lung transplant

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:31 min | 8 months ago

Teen warns about vaping after after double-lung transplant

"A young man is now strong enough to share his story about how vaping destroyed his lungs the seventeen year old face certain death until a double lung transplant CBS news correspondent dean Reynolds reports on the message he has for his twin brother Daniel Amanda remembers vaping last September and then waking up more than a month later after emergency double lung transplant to save his life I can talk or move because my muscles and all atrophied so I got enough strength even like lived on my head he and his mother Tammy recalled those caroling weeks forty days went by since you went to the first tee are and you don't have any memory until after the long transform I lost they give you a medication I make sure for god he's speaking out now to warn against the cigarettes I don't want this to happen other people as strong as this story is nicotine addiction from vaping is hard to break even in his own family his twin brother can't vaping I asked him this morning if he wants to stop and if he you know he wants my helps him get help and he said maybe by he stopped for awhile but then he went back to it what do you tell your brother and he's being stupid Daniel who is seventeen now takes twenty pills a day and will be on medication for the rest of his life and his dream of being a navy seal is finished today his goal is more modest to live dean Reynolds CBS news Grosse

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Teen warns about vaping after double-lung transplant

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:27 min | 8 months ago

Teen warns about vaping after double-lung transplant

"The first person ever to receive a double long transplant after as long as were irreversibly damaged by vaping now he's telling the story CBS is dean Reynolds has more Daniel Amanda remembers vaping last September and then waking up more than a month later after emergency double long transplant to save his life I can talk or move because my muscles handle atrophied so I got enough enough strength even like lift up my head he and his mother Tammy recalled those heralding weeks forty days went by since you went to the first tee are and you don't have any memory until after the long transplant I lost they give you a medication I make sure for god he's speaking out now to warn against the cigarettes I don't want this to happen other people as strong as this story is nicotine addiction from vaping is hard to break even in his own family his twin brother can't stop vaping I asked him this morning if he wants to stop and if he you know he wants my helps him get help and he said maybe five he stopped for a while but when he went back to it what do you tell your brother and he's being stupid Daniel who is seventeen now takes twenty pills a day and will be on medication for the rest of his life and his dream of being a navy seal is finished today his goal is more modest to live dean Reynolds CBS news Grosse Pointe

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Why the number of child deaths from flu is up so much this year

Total Information PM

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Why the number of child deaths from flu is up so much this year

"They're urging new calls for parents to get their children vaccinated against the flu CBS news dean Reynolds reports dozens of youngsters have died from the flu this season the on set of this flu season is the earliest since two thousand three and it's sitting children particularly hard already there have been a total of thirty two pediatric deaths reported to the CDC the highest number at this point in the season in five

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Why the number of child deaths from flu is up so much this year

Total Information PM

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Why the number of child deaths from flu is up so much this year

"They're urging new calls for parents to get their children vaccinated against the flu CBS news dean Reynolds reports dozens of youngsters have died from the flu this season the on set of this flu season is the earliest since two thousand three and it's sitting children particularly hard already there have been a total of thirty two pediatric deaths reported to the CDC the highest number at this point in the season in five

GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

KYW 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

"United auto workers strike against General Motors is closing in on two weeks old nearly fifty thousand union workers are on picket lines but as correspondent dean Reynolds tells us thousands of others are idle and increasingly desperate rear spend your life in this community yeah Christy honey cut is one of thousands of workers who've lost their

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GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

"United auto workers strike against General Motors could enter its third week on Monday unless there's a breakthrough over the weekend nearly fifty thousand workers are on picket lines coast to coast and dean Reynolds says thousands of other workers are impacted as well. do you spend your life in this community yeah Christy honey cut is one of thousands of workers who lost their jobs

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GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

"Unless there is a break through this weekend the strike against General Motors could enter its third week on Monday CBS news correspondent dean Reynolds reports nearly fifty thousand workers are on picket lines you spend your life in this community yeah Christy honey cut is one of thousands of workers who lost their jobs because of the strike at General Motors. that is not of their making. how many people are dependent on you three me my husband and my oldest son still lives here she's not on strike but she and at least three hundred others have been temporarily laid off because they work for a GM parts supplier and right now with GM idled there's no need to supply those parts did you think was going to go this far no I didn't class Linden honey cut and many of her fellow workers at a bond say near fort Wayne Indiana

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GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

WCBS Programming

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

GM strike leaves thousands of outside workers without a job

"The United auto workers strike against General Motors could enter its third week unless it's a break through this weekend daily fifty thousand workers around picket lines but as CBS's dean Reynolds reports thousands of others and just idle and increasingly desperate for years spend your life in this community yeah Christy honey cut is one of thousands of workers who've lost their jobs

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Deadly mosquito-borne virus hits the Midwest

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly mosquito-borne virus hits the Midwest

"Eastern equine encephalitis Sir Tripoli as it's called has been detected in Union County New Jersey Skeeters in Berkeley heights near the Warren township border tested positive on Tuesday the rare and potentially deadly viruses surfaced in several other states CBS correspondent dean Reynolds is in Michigan where three people have died health officials are urging people who live in affected counties to consider cancelling or rescheduling outdoor events at dusk biting hours for mosquitoes until the first

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Officials are urging people to cancel outdoor events in states affected by deadly mosquito-borne illness

Pat Farnack

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Officials are urging people to cancel outdoor events in states affected by deadly mosquito-borne illness

"Eastern ed quien in sub Politis or triple E. as it's called for short has been detected in Union County in New Jersey whiskey does in Berkeley heights near the Warren township border tested positive back on Tuesday the rare and potentially deadly virus has surfaced in several states recently CBS correspondent dean Reynolds is in Michigan where three people have died health officials are urging people who live in affected counties to consider cancelling or rescheduling outdoor events at dusk biting hours for mosquitoes until the first frost if that's not possible folks should be wearing insect repellent she wearing a long sleeve in Massachusetts the state with the highest number of confirmed cases officials are taking a more aggressive approach spraying in the air and on the ground fields and parks are now being also sprayed in New

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GM walkout brings factories and warehouses to a standstill

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

GM walkout brings factories and warehouses to a standstill

"House General Motors and UAW back at it two days into that national strike that is item forty eight thousand hourly workers no indication there is any progress in these negotiations corresponded dean Reynolds GM took the unusual step this weekend of publishing its offer to the union in effect going over the heads of the U. A. W. negotiators more than seven billion dollars in. investments creating more than fifty four hundred new jobs boosting base pay lump sum bonuses and improved benefits now without an agreement workers are looking at strike pay of just two hundred and fifty dollars a week far less than what they made on the

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Vitamin E now a focus of the investigation into some vaping illnesses

The CBS Evening News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Vitamin E now a focus of the investigation into some vaping illnesses

"In the nation wide vaping crisis public health officials say some of the marijuana products the recently second users across the country contains the same chemical it's a type of oil made from vitamin E. harmless when used as a supplement or skin appointment but apparently not safer for vaping at least two deaths are linked to vaping the latest in Oregon dean Reynolds spoke today with a young man who nearly died from the thing. how do you feel physically now I'm doing better now I'm off off oxygen but when I first got here was it was like a day there was so much as when he got to add the could condo Medical Center in Libertyville Illinois on Saturday eighteen year old Adam Hurtgen raider was feverish vomiting and gasping for breath. from what doctors here know of his case vaping nearly killed him Stephen names very is is poll monologist any doubt in your mind the vaping is responsible for this there doesn't seem to be anything else turning up in these cases we look for other potential causes but we haven't been able to find anything else Adam's mother poly drove him to the hospital did you ever think that your son might die yes the doctor said he would have died that night. yes one sort of collapsed and he would have died Adam told us he'd been vaping for two years addicted he said to the buzz it gave him from nicotine then the hive from marijuana or THC it's primary ingredient how do you how do you get that. you know the THC I got from not like a drug dealer or whatever did he assure you it was okay sure yeah but you don't know right whether was okay or not right the CDC has identified more than two hundred cases like Adams nationwide and the number is growing dean Reynolds CBS news Libertyville

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Soybean harvest dean Reynolds reporting robocalls, or becoming even more. More oppressive, so far this year on half the calls we receive our from robo callers, and scammers. Now there's an activist working to get back at those scammers. It's fascinating story. Anna Warner has it morning. We're taking you behind the scenes with some of the people tracking where those scams originate now one group works for a company whose name, you'll know immediately it runs its own full blown digital crime bureau. The other just one man you're looking at the web, come of scummy, Nim Deva, the voice on this YouTube video is a man who calls himself, Jim Rony. He won't disclose his real name and didn't want us to show his face for his own safety, try to keep safe. This after our scammers in India, making robo calls to people, they hope will fall for their computer repair. Schemes high reoccurring from recruiting firm department here in this video, Jim connects with the con artist then plays the victim listening as the scammers tell him they need access to his computer, so they can give him a refund. Typically use the freeze like a computer company going out of business. You'd pay us in the past going to refund Germany. Jim, let's them into his computer, but what they don't realize is, he's about to turn the tables buy now, accessing their computer and spying on their operations once in he watches them. The offices are very small and Crump listens to this. And worms his way into their system courtesy of this particular scour, we're going to get a little too, of exactly what the looks like his unorthodox strategy for going after scammers has proved popular on YouTube, where this video has garnered more than two million views. What is your goal in helping to expose these people really get these guys? Awareness in general, particularly these types comes, but there's somebody else tracking the scammers someone equally determined, but a lot more powerful our frontline customer support services folks were getting phone calls from around the globe Microsoft to when after call centers running scams in India, but on a much larger scale working with and providing intelligence to law enforcement overseas. One of the results of both last November in two cities in India, that took down sixteen call centers and resulted in the arrests of sixty eight people. It's expensive. So why is Microsoft willing to spend the money for a whole bureau of people just to go after cybercriminals? Couldn't you just say the customers? Look, we sell a product fraud is not our problem. Why is it worth for Microsoft, even do it? We think that this type of cyberfraud is really undermining fundamentally customer trust in technology, not just Microsoft, the only way they're going to use it as if they trust it. Meanwhile, Jim found a way to make it a lot harder for this fraud operation to market their scam. He says he quietly replaced, the robo call they were sending out with one of his own same computerized voice different message. This is just a scam so that they can access your computer, and we'll try to get money from your Bank account if you ever get a message like this, it is always a scam a Warner reporting. Eleven forty.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Dean Reynolds. No matter who Chicago selects today choice will be historic either. Lori Lightfoot a former federal prosecutor or Toni preckwinkle president of the Cook County board of commissioners will win the mayoral race. What do you think the message from the city of Chicago is if you win? You know, I'm really hopeful that this is a message about change that that is really action. What do you think the message from Chicago would be if a lorry Lightfoot is elected mayor that the Chicago machine is Steph throws. That's why nothing will distract me from bring electing Lightfoot whose ads feature daughter would be another. I the fact that preckwinkle noted during a recent debate, she's open and honest about her LGBT to orientational. Now, I think it's really important in this country that we'd be respectful of differences. Three hard ceilings. Yes, you know, woman black lesbian, and I think it's ten years ago. It'd be on thinkable. I've invest right. Not only on thinkable maybe dangerous. It's hard to actually make chain bits surprising. That both candidates emphasize change. Either will face serious problems left to them from outgoing mayor Rahm Emanuel. The city's finances are a mess. Income inequality is obvious. Seemingly.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The last time the jackpot hit was December twenty six Wendy Gillette. CBS news. A solar flare that erupted on March. Twentieth is giving some people in the US and Canada, and maybe even right here in New England. The rare chance to see the Northern Lights tonight also known as the Aurora Borealis the Northern Lights occur occur rather. When electrons hit earth's atmosphere. Space weather forecaster Jonathan lash with Noah says, depending on a few factors New England viewers could get lucky, but we don't really know how well the plasma will connect with earth's magnetic fear until it gets here if it gets here, and it connects particularly well, it could be a little bit stronger than we forecasted. And if that's the case that that helps people in New England and bring that Aurora a little bit further south and make it a little bit more pronounced less says for new Englanders the farther north you go tonight with a clear dark sky, the better chance you have of seeing the impressive lights some. People in white county. Indiana are giving a failing grade to a sheriff's department program aimed at preparing teachers for the dangers of school shootings. CBS's dean Reynolds reports on the low marks they may have something to do with an unusual aspect of that program. Entailed was one drill with teachers lined up in an empty classroom and shot in the back by a deputy with an air. Soft gun hurt hurt quite a bit. I had a Welt and another spot, drew blood and scab Dover. And they hurt consistently for about a week and a half this struck Dan hall of of the Indiana state teachers association as excessive being asked to turn around and their shot at it's it's craziness. The sheriff has now decided to suspend the shooting drills indefinitely while the program is modified. Now, the sheriff's department says it's been doing the active shooter drills at the school and using an air soft gun for the past several years now take.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The actor who apparently sought the fame cameras promise ran away from them as he left the Cook County jail charged with felony for filing a false police report. Probably not the episode. He craved for CBS this morning Saturday, dean Reynolds, Chicago. A new proposed law being debated at the state capital seeks to strengthen estate pilot program. It goes after people doing business illegally here in California. We have more from reporter Margaret Carrero with radio dot com station KNX in Los Angeles established in twenty fourteen the program allowed agencies in Los Angeles and Sacramento to work together and prosecute the most outrageous crimes ranging from grand theft of employees wages to tax evasion and even human trafficking attorney general. AB twelve ninety six is a win win for Californians who played by the rules over twenty five million dollars in lost tax revenue victim restitution and investigation costs have already been recovered state, assemblywoman Lorena Gonzales stopping the underground economy helps all of us. The newly unveiled Bill would permanently establish law enforcement teams in LA and Sacramento and authorize additional teams in San Diego the bay area and Fresno reporter, Margaret Carreira new research from Georgia State University finds common food additives may cause anxiety emulsifiers commonly found in processed foods to improve texture and extend shelf. Life may trigger anxiety says Georgia's state researcher Gert diverse there are clear links between the health of the gardening. He says they studied rats who ingested the fires and found mill rats showed signs of increasing Zaidi and the females changed their social behavior, Mason and human Arnold that dramatically different in processed foods and nutrients through the different tissues. In in the body. So I would certainly see it as a warning sign. Sabrina cupid four CBS news.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Correspondent dean Reynolds Felicien, Chicago, say smollet lied to them last month when he claimed to mass Trump supporters shouting racist and homophobic slurs beat him up in the middle of the night near as a partner building brothers told police Millette paid them to stage the attack if he's convicted he faces up to three years in prison the Vatican's top sex crimes. Investigator says the church has a lot of work to do. They should come to know us. Friends of the safety of the children U archbishop Charles chic. Luna addressing a Vatican summit on priest sex-abuse the pope opened the four day meeting handing out at twenty one point list of guidelines with suggestions on mandatory codes of conduct for clergy and training people to spot abuse. CBS news has learned Robert Muller could release the results of his Russia investigation as soon as tomorrow and no later than mid March. Whether the public gets to see them is another question. Correspondent Steven Portnoy is at the White House Justice department regulations dating back to the Clinton era. Call for the special counsel to turn over a confidential report to the attorney general who then decides what to turn over to congress attorney general Bill bar installed just last week has promised transparency, but he has not committed to a full public release of Muller's report House Democrats say if they have to they'll subpoena the special counsel to testify about his findings are weather warnings and advisories posted for parts of the south. West that rarely see so much snow CBS has Carter Evans is watching the flakes fall in flagstaff account of pace in Arizona. It's about sixty miles south of here. Well, normally they get up just under two feet per season. This storm will likely.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Night. Correspondent dean Reynolds Felicien. Chicago say smollet lied to the last month when he claimed to mass Trump supporters shouting, racist and homophobic slurs beat him up in the middle of the night near as a partner building brothers told police Millette paid them to stage the attack if he's convicted he faces up to three years in prison, the Vatican's top sex crimes. Investigator says the church has a lot of work to do. They should come to know us. Friends of the safety of the children you archbishop Charles chic. Luna addressing a Vatican summit on priest sex abuse. The pope opened the four-day meeting handing out at twenty one point list of guidelines with suggestions on mandatory codes of conduct for clergy and training people to spot abuse. CBS news has learned Robert Muller could release the results of his Russia investigation as soon as tomorrow and no later than mid March. Whether the public gets to see them is another question correspondent Steven Portnoy is at the White House Justice department regulations dating back to the Clinton era. Call for the special counsel to turn over a confidential report to the attorney general who then decides what to turn over to congress attorney general Bill bar installed just last week has promised transparency, but he has not committed to a full public release of Muller's report House Democrats say if they have to they'll subpoena the special counsel to testify about his findings there our weather warnings and advisories posted for parts of the south. South west that rarely see so much snow CBS Carter Evans is watching the flakes. Fall in flagstaff account of pace in Arizona. It's about sixty miles south of here. Well, normally they get up just under two feet per season..

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"It's thirty eight degrees at eleven thirty. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. The Senate is considering a pair of bills aimed at ending the partial government shutdown the latest now from CBS news CBS news update in two days. The US Senate is set to take up President Trump's proposal to fund border security, and and the government shutdown. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the ball is now in the Democrats court is their plan truly to throw federal workers DACA recipients customs and border patrol and indeed all America under the bus just to extend this Ron of political theater. Democrats have described the legislation as anything, but a compromise. Correspondent Bill Rakoff from Washington. It's fairly clear at the moment that the president's Bill doesn't have much of a chance of passage in the Senate, but will enough Republicans defect and vote on the house approved Bill that does not contain border funding. And if it passes will the president sign it at all also noting that the house Bill only funds the. The government through February eighth at which point we could be right back to square one caught in the middle or the roughly eight hundred thousand federal employees who have been furloughed CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. General Motors now admitting it has a problem at a plant in Toledo two federal lawsuits have been filed accusing GM of ignoring severe racial harassment. CBS's dean Reynolds, the federal lawsuits say that for at least two years African Americans at the plant were called boy monkey and worse. They were told to go back to Africa where they belong. What's the big deal about nooses white supervisor was quoted as saying during a meeting about racial tolerance? There was never a black person. Who was lynched that didn't deserve. It. GM says win it identifies those responsible. They will be fired dean Reynolds, CBS news, Chicago..

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You ever seen a zebra get loosened zoo, that's what it was like. Late word tonight. Is that one of the shooting victims has died? The gunman was also killed although it's unclear whether he was shot by police or took his own life. The police officer he shot is the second officer in Chicago to be shot while on duty this year. Jeff alright dean Reynolds initiative mentioned number still remain in critical conditions nineteen. Thank you. Varies a new urgency to the search in California tonight rain is expected Wednesday in northern California bringing relief, but also the potential for mudslides, which will complicate the job of finding victims of the camp fire. At least seventy seven were killed by that fire Nelia thousand are still unaccounted for mega Oliver is in paradise tonight. Cruiser scouring the scorched landscape to recover DNA and identified the dead before the rain moves in heavily. Ash and soot, and when the water turns touches data turns the sediment, so anything that we we have or potentially have you know, is going to be further buried and entombed by that. Search teams are trying to find bathtubs or mattress is likely places. People would take cover when the fire left them no way to escape with more than forty thousand people forced to flee the campfire. There are close to a thousand people still unaccounted for could that lesbian. Did that list is subject to flux fluctuation? Both upper down as new information and data comes in. That's because the sheriff says there are duplicate names on the list people who don't know they're on it and reunions that hadn't been reported. As investigators dig into the cause of the campfire Pacific Gas and electric has confirmed. It had to power line failures the day the fire ignited. But in a statement, the utility says in determining a public safety power shut off it considers multiple factors, including strong winds. Very low humidity levels in critically dry vegetation. The forecasted conditions. Didn't meet the criteria? Careful back here at the recovery effort devastating news for thirty year old Chardonnay tally last week. CBS news was with her as she tried to locate her father, Richard Brown. She had not heard from him since the fire struck spent their war and things and. Possibly he could've made it through the remains of Chardonnays dad have now been found identified. She says she doesn't think her father made it very far from how? Nearly everyone in this area has suffered a horrible loss. This entire neighborhood burned to the ground FEMA told us they are working to secure long-term housing for the thousands of people who lost their homes, the Jeff it is highly unlikely those trailers will arrive here thanksgiving..

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Moderate Republican Susan Collins holding a key swing vote said she trusts spread cavenaugh cast his own political preferences side as a supreme court Justice in a lengthy speech on the Senate floor. It put him on track for approval when the full Senate vote Saturday afternoon correspondent, Nicole Killian. Call Lynn toward over the FBI inquiry and testimony of Dr Christine Blasi Ford who accused Cavanaugh of sexual assault win both were teenagers. But at the end of the day Collins said the certainty wasn't there. The four win said she named could not corroborate any of the events shortly afterward loan democrat, Joe Manchin of West Virginia said he will vote to confirm cavenaugh Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska broke with her party. Murkowski said she will however ask to be recorded as present in the final tally a jury in Chicago. Oh, found a white police officer guilty of second degree murder and multiple counts of aggravated battery in the two thousand fourteen shooting death of black teenager, Liquan McDonald. It is the first time in half a century. That is Chicago police officer has been convicted of murder for an on duty death. Correspondent dean Reynolds says in the years between this verdict and the crime a lot has changed in managerial city rolls exposed deep racial divisions within the city and between the police and minority residents. The video came out a year after the shooting and only when a judge ordered it released the episode Turnage, the reputation of the mayor cost the police superintendent his job and forced increased oversight of the police department. A judge revoked bail for officer Jason Van Dyke, and he was taken into custody. The unemployment rate fell to the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine thanks to healthy consumer and business spending chief White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow. This story will continue.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on WWL

"Piper. Moderate Republican Susan Collins holding a key swing vote said she trusts spread cavenaugh cast his own political preferences side as a supreme court Justice in a lengthy speech on the Senate floor. It put him on track for approval when the full Senate vote Saturday afternoon correspondent, Nicole Killian Colin toward over the FBI inquiry and testimony of Dr Christine blazing Ford who accused Cavanaugh of sexual assault when both were teenagers. But at the end of the day Collins said the certainty wasn't there the four win and since she named could not corroborate any of the vans. Shortly afterward loan democrat, Joe Manchin of West Virginia said he will vote to confirm Cavanaugh Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska broke with her party. Murkowski said she will however ask to be recorded as. Present in the final tally a jury in Chicago found a white police officer guilty of second degree murder and multiple counts of aggravated battery in the two thousand fourteen shooting death of black teenager, Liquan McDonald. It is the first time in half a century. Chicago police officer has been convicted of murder for an on duty deaths. Correspondent dean Reynolds says in the years between this verdict and the crime a lot has changed in managerial city rolls exposed deep racial divisions within the city and between the police and minority residents. The video came out year after the shooting and only when a judge ordered it released. The episode tarnished the reputation of the mayor cost the police superintendent his job and forced increased oversight of the police department. A judge revoked bail for officer Jason Van Dyke, and he was taken into custody. The unemployment rate fell to the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine thanks to healthy consumer and business spending chief White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow. This story.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Hot weather fanning the flames of a wildfire near Yosemite national park the smoke has closed the park to tourists for four days CBS's, dean Reynolds, you can see it you can smell it add. To that temperatures that are supposed to be close to if not above One, hundred degrees in this area and you have literally a very combustible situation torrential rain and flooding the problem on the east coast it's expected. To last through the weekend in places like Annandale Virginia where flooded roads and homes of led to dozens of water rescue went from not having enough range having way too much in Pennsylvania. The search has resumed for a nineteen year old woman swept away in a flooded. Creek seventy nine people now confirmed dead in yesterday's massive wildfires near Athens Greece dozens are missing reporter Eleni mave Rulli says others have nowhere to go many houses that were, destroyed that almost a, hundred and, many of, them are permanent residents so you can understand, that all these people. Right now are homeless the boy scouts, are facing. New lawsuits over sexual abuse live to CBS Vicki Barker the. Four plaintiffs claimed, Connecticut scoutmaster Walter Ackerman, physically mentally and sexually abused them between nineteen seventy four and nineteen seventy six and that local state A national scout officials knew the movement have become. A magnet for pedophile yet failed to warn parents Ackerman was arrested. In nineteen seventy seven and eventually served a sixteen months, sentence the boy scouts says it sincerely apologizes to any victims not clear if it will fight the suit Debra s and p futures are down three this is CBS news Are, you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Opportunity for roy more and is very very dedicated followers john dean reynolds for us in birmingham thanks thirty if roy more does get elected to the senate the next move is up to his senate colleagues we're joined now by one potential republican colleagues senator tom cotton of arkansas senator cotton i wanna talk to you about tax reform in a moment but let's talk about this more situation for a moment cory gardner when you're republican colleagues who's in charge of getting republicans elected said that the centre should expel more if he wins and his sent to washington would you support that will john first let me take a step back for more and more and speak up in general about sexual harassment and sexual assault severe serious matter has no place on the job no place in our society i think sadly too many women have faced that over the course of their lives and it's not a partisan issue they are misbehaving men and both the democratic and republican parties and unfortunately there are female victims in both parties as well so i even applauded no matter i mean it's happened in your industry in the media has happened in hollywood it happens in business so i think it's important that women feel once they've been subject to sexual harassment and especially sexual assault that they can come forward now since you know the harvey weinstein allegations broke about a month ago or so and that's a good thing and that's a good change in the norms and expectations of our society as far as more goes i'm not gonna speculate about half that ecoles about what may happen should he win we're only three weeks out from the election he made it pretty clear this week that he's not going to step aside so as you said in your intro it's gonna be up to.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A cumulus station cbs news i'm jim chenevey alabama senate candidate roy more fighting back against the growing list of sexrelated accusations against him including at least three more women coming forward wednesday moore's attorney challenging the accusers to produce proof to back up their allegation as for accuser beverley young nelson's claimed that more signed her high school yearbook moore's attorney wants to see that your book four handwriting analysis cbs's dean reynolds throwing everything against the wall and hoping something sticks in defence of a judge more on its face twelve women in the entire state doesn't seem like a landslide of support for a judge morale obama's others senator richard shelby says he won't be voting for more lee writing in the distinguished republican house republicans are expected to vote thursday on their tax overhaul plan cbs's steve dorsey the bill is expected to pass in the republicancontrolled house it differs significantly from the senate gop version which democrats say includes hundreds of millions of dollars in cuts to medicaid dealt pay for the bills deep tax cuts it prompted this exchange between missouri democrat claire mccaskill and finance committee chairman orrin hatch there are no gunston medicaid ms boom that's where the marines coming from where do you think the three hundred million dollars coming from his their affair either dropping it on the senate the senate bill also strips obama care of its ensuring acquire men steve dorsey cbs news washington there are reports that convicted murderer charles manson is hospitalized and may be close to death a source quoted by tmz said it's just a matter of time he's eighty three years old sheriff's deputies in sao king county california have captured randle's saito as psychiatric patient with a dangerous pastor who escaped from a state hospital in honolulu and made his way to california carlos correa reports investigators say sitel has family in stockton and he was last seen in the area on monday from hawaii how he made on a plane to get over here and where he got his money has the real question i think the owner of ernie's general store was a few feet away a taxi carrying site so in the back seat pulled in to get gas china was committed in 1980 one found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity a very rare painting by a very famous artists by nearly a.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The lowest since he took office fifty seven percent disapprove of how his handling the oval office yes mr trump also lost support among some republicans seventy two percent of them approve of his job performance that's down from eighty three percent at the president's one hundred day mark for deeper look into the newest polls let's bring on cbs news elections and surveys director anthony salvanto so paul numbers keep going down what is the driving force likely behind all of this right now it's clearly his handling of the russia investigation because what happens is he gets higher ratings on things like handling terrorism handling the economy then he does for handling that by a wide margin and even among republicans as you mentioned and that is to say that they don't still support him generally or that they don't like him but specifically on his handling of that you see these big differences and you also see when republicans tend to think that the matter is serious not the did anything wrong but the serious and that they really investigations take its course they're more likely to disapprove of in and so that's what's what's really dry on his overall numbers for the moment when jumped out at you is the most surprising result out of these numbers yet well the movement among republicans is something we haven't seen before we've talked a long time this year about how his base is solid that is still true but there is a smaller subset of republicans who are much more conditional on this they want to see him pass legislation they want policies to go through and you get the impression that here that they would just like this to necessarily to necessarily go away or one its course uh they think that the special council is going to be impartial is just really a matter of getting to the bottom of things and then moving on cbs news goes dean reynolds who's been talking with some trump fans who are still fans two brothers restaurant in oshkosh trump supporters like ken shaky are getting impatient but not with the.

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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Protesters gathered on the streets of saint paul minnesota tonight following friday's acquittal of police officer your animal yanez in the death last year of black motorist the land rocca's steel dean reynolds reports here luke as the jury's acquittal sank in emotions spilled under the plaza outside the courthouse in saint all down don't go away mad as hell ride mad yet that bellary casteel is the mother of orlando casteel will was shot to death by police officer who run them all janas during a routine traffic stop almost a year ago nif eighty ko my son and a martyr i get away the jury deliberated for five days before reaching the verdict of not guilty meantime norristown pennsylvania five days of jury deliberations have resulted in november two jet into the bill cosby sexes all trial they'll be back at it in the morning corresponded kenneth craig supporters chanted let bill go after he made a brief statement following the conclusion of the the day jury deliberations to the viewer long day on this word i also would supporters if cosby is convicted he faces up to ten years in prison kenneth greg cbs news norristown pennsylvania leaks sea water into the uss fitzgerald have been stabilized after the navy destroyer collided with a container ship off the coast of japan before dave prague's saturday seven sailors remain unaccounted for the captain and at least two others were injured correspondent david martin the great happened off the coast of japan in water crowded chipping waters at two thirty in the morning local time when most of the crews on boats would have been a sleep and had not able to look braced themselves and ship's captain brice benson was airlifted to a us naval hospital huh in yokosuka and is in stable condition the two other injured crew members suffering just justin cuts and bruises congressman steve scalise remains in critical condition after being shot while at the gop baseball team practice doctor jack sava i feel a lot more confident and a lot more optimistic than idea dhs two three days ago i would say that when he arrived he was in critical condition with an imminent risk of death.

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