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Rembrandt, Miro Fetch Millions at Sotheby's Virtual Auction
"Art collectors haven't stopped spending during the pandemic. A self portrait by Rembrandt has sold for a record $18.7 million at a virtual Sotheby's auction. Picasso's Giacometti's and war holes went for multiple millions. And someone paid 2.8 million for a Seascape triptych by Banksy. That's almost double the top estimate. The top seller Miro's 1927 woman in a red hat it brought in almost $30 million the highest sale price in Europe so far this year. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News
Prosecutors can see Trump taxes, Supreme Court says
"7 30 decisions from the Supreme Court on the president's financial records. Their records were held by the president's longtime accounting firm. Said it would comply with the court order. The court order basically goes to the New York State case involved, looking at some payments, ah, that the president's organization made. When it comes to the Congress. They don't get the records just yet. We're going to get the very latest on this now. Our in depth team coverage at 7 31 CBS News Special Report. The Supreme Court has just ruled against the president in his bid to keep his financial records private as part of a criminal investigation that includes hush money payments to women who claim affairs with Mr Trump White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. This is a significant defeat for the president. The justices ruled 70 to that New York prosecutors can subpoena Mr Trump's business records. A majority opinion was written by Chief Justice John Roberts, who says the president is quote neither absolutely immune from state criminal subpoenas seeking his private papers, nor entitled to a heightened standard of knee. In a second ruling, the Supreme Court will not allow Democratic led congressional committees to get ahold of the president's financial records. It sent that case back to the lower court's. Unlike past presidents, Mr Trump has steadfastly refused to release details of his finances or taxes. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, 7
Justin Timberlake says all Confederate monuments must come down for the US to 'move forward'
"Tennessee native calling for Confederate statues to come down in his home state full of Justin Symbol Lake says Removing monuments doesn't erase what he calls our country's vile history of oppression but serves as a symbol of respect for black people in America. He says that as a Tennessee and it makes him sick. There are statues still standing that celebrate racist historical figures, Timberlake says Removing them is a step toward progress. It's an actual equality for all. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"I'm Deborah Rodriguez corona virus cases are continuing to climb in the south and west Texas and Florida reporting alarming spikes today vice president Mike pence moments ago I told the governors we are ready at a moment's notice the search personnel to search supplies to expand capacity at the support of their health care response Texas has five thousand new infections for the second day in a row okay R. L. D.'s Chris fox with the positive testing rate doubling over the past two weeks now it nearly twelve percent in hospitalization numbers eclipsing forty seven hundred governor Abbott is closed bars in Texas restaurants will have to go back to fifty percent capacity on Monday if we were to experience a nother doubling of those numbers over the next month that would mean that we are in an urgent situation where tougher actions will be required to make sure that we do contain the spread of cover ninety there's a new record in Florida AT nine hundred new cases and a day as sixty two percent jump over yesterday still Jacksonville merit Charlie laid them will not impose a mask rule we don't intend to have any intention to to require them we look around the state and we see those that have required them really aren't seeing a true benefit having to run to Santis has banned drinking in bars president trump had been planning on a trip to his golf resort in Bedminster New Jersey this weekend but the White House says he's decided not to go and has it has nothing to do with covert restrictions in the state lawmakers in Minneapolis take another step toward dismantling the city's police department as well by factories the city council has advanced a plan prompted by George Floyd's death Leeson Scotland say they're treating today stabbing spree at a hotel in Glasgow as terrorism six people are being treated for wounds among them a police officer who is in critical but stable condition the suspect was shot and killed Americans are spending again into Valco in Philly's been stocking up on work out supplies leading gear like running shoes running shorts apple watch consumer spending jumped by a record eight point two percent in may Mister Marti gras has died Blaine Kern senior published the guide to the big party in New Orleans WWL TV's Dennis watering Mardi Gras was his business and he helped turn it into a major money maker for the city and I see what IT industry and became an important industry but the walls men arrive not from the parade everybody Hey blame Mr Monaco we love you blame thanks bye all is bring happiness to millions of people every year current was ninety three the Dow is down five hundred sixty one points this is CBS news these are challenging times and rocket mortgage is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact their team twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com rocket mortgage is with you J. X. N. T. a man faces two counts of murder after Thursday night shooting left two people dead near Decatur at smoke ranch according to police a man called nine one one around ten last night reporting he had shot and killed two neighbors with a shot gun the suspects in his late thirties the neighbors that live next to each other for a long time the state's interim finance committee voted to approve eighty nine million dollars in cuts to state agency budgets to help manage and eight hundred twelve million dollar shortfall in the budget you're ending at the end of this month the cuts included agency plans to both reduce spending a draw from reserves lawmakers approved spending millions of federal relief dollars to address unforeseen corona virus related expenses and a man's in custody in connection with the sexual assault of an elderly woman police say eighteen year old Lee Andre Burnett allegedly assaulted the victim while she slept on a bench off of south seventh street on Tuesday for news on demand find the latest at K. X. N. T. dot com I'm Paul one hander newstalk a forty K. X. N. T. hi it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your.
"Big Mouth" is recasting Jenny Slate character with a black actor
"B. S. in changing times means a change in some voices in cartoon town juggling but it's nothing more confrontational any slate white will no longer play Missy on Netflix big mouth she says black characters on animated shows should be played by black people in Texas what would you say is normal sways no no no no valid giving up her role as Molly on apple TV Central Park he says playing a mixed race character is an act of complete city Deborah Rodriguez CBS
Washington - President Trump threatens anyone destroying statues could face 10-years in prison
"I'm Deborah Rodriguez president trump is calling for prison time for protesters who try to take down statues like a bronze of his favorite president Andrew Jackson across the street from the White House the president says he's intent on having the book thrown at those who would deface statues long term jail sentences for these vandals of the programs that they he points to a two thousand three law passed to protect the gravesites of America's war dead it calls for a maximum ten year prison term for damage to veterans monuments there's no minimum sentence in the law and sentencing is up to judges not the president Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington witnesses tell CBS news police used pepper spray and tear gas on protesters who tried to topple the statue of Jackson a slave owner Dan Lafayette square
J.K. Rowling announces new children's book
"You'll get for stuck at home kids a warning from JK Rollings today's release is not a Harry potter book it's a new fairy tale called it a bond and the first chapter is ready for free download rolling says she started writing it more than a decade ago while she was still working on Harry stories that put it away in her attic after he read it to her own young children one installment will be released every weekday until July tenth kids can enter an online illustration competition the best submissions will end up in the book's final edition this fall all proceeds go to corona related charities Deborah Rodriguez
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Reporting I'm Deborah Rodriguez in upstate New York where several regions are joining forty eight states that are at least partially reopened it try to stem crushing economic losses correspondent Steve Futterman says they're getting tips from the centers for disease control the new guidelines are much different than the CDC's original submission these guidelines are watered down they went from a sixty three page document to H. set of simple guidelines and that concerns medical professionals including CBS news medical contributor Dr David Akers at the CDC we have some of the best public health people in the world and if I want my family protected my city protected I went there advice on how to do it right these new guidelines are broad general recommendations with limited details the White House block the release of the original document here in New York in ready to rock and roll mark is a owns a construction business in Binghamton we're very excited actually looking forward to having a good year and it looks like the jobs that we have books is going to carry us through the year the finger lakes southern tier and Mohawk valley each meet governor Cuomo's criteria including declining hospitalizations and increased testing capacity the FDA is warning a quick test from Abbott labs used to screen for the corona virus seems to produce a high rate of false negatives the agency's commissioner Dr Steven Hahn tells CBS this morning it might be worth if the test is negative getting a second confirmatory tests it is the same test used to screen staffers at the White House Democrats on Capitol Hill hold about on a new stimulus package today CBS is bill rate call this is one of the broadest deals that we've ever seen come before the Congress it's three trillion dollars worth of relief for state and local governments mortgage and rent payers and lots more house speaker Nancy Pelosi on M. S. N. B. C. this will make a remarkable difference for them all right two of the defray the cost of the corona virus but Republicans largely oppose the bill saying they want to make sure the trillions of dollars already in the relief pipeline are being spent efficiently before they put any more money in Denver is for allowing thousands of city employees for eight days to try to stem the tide of red ink mayor Michael Hancock the reality is this if cities can't recover there will be no national recovery prop will provide wisdom for this year's grads online today just be your self she will headline a star studded virtual commencement will be live streamed on Facebook and Instagram at two PM eastern time S. and P. futures are down twenty seven this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today new York's mayor says he wants to keep the lockdown for months and some governors agree as the economy collapses newsmax is asking Americans like you when the lockdown should end you can vote in the newsmax Paul about the lockdowns and president trump just text fish to thirty nine seven four seven that's fish to thirty nine seven four seven and vote instantly Congress and president trump need to.
Washington DC - The Inn At Little Washington Will Place Mannequins In Its Dining Room
"Social distancing in a crowded restaurant Deborah Rodriguez reports a three star Michelin restaurant in Virginia wants diners to feel like they have plenty of company so the end at little Washington will install mannequins and its grand dining room when it re opens on may twenty ninth they'll be seated alongside humans who will only be allowed to take up half the space as per state rules chef Patrick o'connell tells departures magazine he's always had a thing for Madigan's because they never complain about anything you can have lots of fun dressing them up Arlington's signature theatre will provide costumes for the
Amazon executive says he quit over "whistleblower" firings
"At Amazon and executive has quit his V. P. job now he's publicly criticizing his company as we hear from CBS's Deborah Rodriguez vice president of Amazon's cloud computing arm has quit his one million dollar a year job in a public blog post titled by Amazon engineer Tim Bray says he's left in protest over the way the company's treated warehouse workers during the pandemic he says firing whistleblowers and activists over potentially unsafe conditions is designed to create a climate of fear Staten Island New York worker Chris Smalls was dismissed after he organized a walkout other employees have criticized the company have also been fired for Amazon calls repeatedly violating internal
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Update I'm Deborah Rodriguez it is Tuesday morning April twenty eighth welcome at this early hour glad you're spending your time with us here at WTOP a four forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks all right driving on the Dublin Virginia first incident is on the adult approaching route fifty Arlington Boulevard I was taking away the three left lanes it was a single vehicle into the Jersey wrong apparently there's some debris in the roadway you're squeezing by single file to ride on the inner loop the ballet just after Braddock road there was a broken down tractor trailer he was in the right lane to stay left to get around that sixty six eastbound initially reported as a disabled vehicle turns out to be a crash just after the exit for route fifty Fairfax and your mom are Kerr fifty nine that was blocking the left lane was response now on scene beyond that you're in good shape getting to the beltway the good news to seventy north found north of the valley the up there three fifty five thank Christ remains along less of a tow trucks on scene trying to recover the vehicle that went through the guardrail and into the trees hopefully it'll get all lanes open soon but in any event you were getting by without delay further north on two seventy should north Montgomery village Avenue into the Watkins mill road interchange project that works has cleared all lanes open southbound to seventy without early issue leaving Frederick headed down toward the beltway both I. ninety five the Baltimore Washington parkway in good shape Harper was also moving well inside the beltway the overnight work remains fifty westbound just after routine Richie highway continuing across the Severn river bridge we were getting by the works and single father left for doing so without delay we're trying to WTOP traffic better get your warm rain coat again temperatures in the thirties and low forties this morning and will stay only the upper fifties to around sixty today with a mid day shower likely.
Kroger wants grocery workers considered as first responders
"A grocery store chain once more protections for employees here CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez wants its four hundred sixty thousand supermarket workers to be classified as extended first responders or emergency personnel during the pandemic CEO Rodney McMullen is joining the United food commercial workers International Union calling for access to personal protective equipment like masks and gloves he says it's critical that they have access because of high exposure to the public McMillan says it's not just about employees it's about protecting shoppers as well for Kroger workers have died in Michigan others have gotten sick Deborah Rodriguez
Amazon fills 100k warehouse worker jobs, plans to hire 75k more to meet pandemic-driven demand
"You know if your recycling bin is like ours it's filling up with all those boxes from Amazon and the company is looking for more workers to help keep up with the demand here's Devaraj Rigas just a month after it added one hundred thousand new employees Amazon is looking for another seventy five thousand workers full and part time to meet growing demand during the pandemic positions include warehouse shopper and delivery jobs Amazon will also begin allowing third party sellers on its platform again do you ship non essential items to meet broader consumer needs Deborah Rodriguez
'Friends' reunion won't be here for us at HBO Max launch
"Reunited with friends is going to take awhile longer here's Deborah Rodriguez deadline says the friends reunion won't be ready for its scheduled debut on HBO MAX next month because the corona virus shut down filming it was supposed to coincide with the release of the entire catalog the friends episode reunion was being shot on the same Warner brothers soundstage where the original series
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on WTOP
"Deborah Rodriguez it's Saturday welcome to the week of April eleventh clad you with this one eighteen on WTOP for traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks Maryland falls road in both directions kind of the end tell me kind of in a Rockville at Tuckerman lane is where the issue is down power pole from the earlier crash so until they get those wires retrying lanes blocked in both directions on it ninety five the B. W. parkway to seventy all running very quietly on the fifty between the bay bridge in the beltway no reported issues pending in the travel lanes across the bay bridge you're traveling to been reopened on the eastbound span so you've got three lane said needs a check that two lanes had needs three lanes heading west and no delay doing it on the Virginia side sixty six couple works on separate and westbound coming from the beltway the first one will be at Nutley street exit sixty two blocking the right through lane also blocks the ramps there at exit sixty two then beyond that the long term works out after one twenty three that takes it sixty a blocked the left lane he eastbound no reported delays anywhere between Haymarket and the Rosslyn tunnel three ninety five watch for work south bound after Duke street over on the left side and then on ninety five no reported delays in either direction if you travel between Springfield and about as far south as Fredericksburg and the express lanes no reported delays on I. ninety five as well Ian Crawford WTOP traffic storm team four track in a very cold night across our region and a freeze warning in effect for areas to the west of I. ninety five we'll see a cold start for sure but a pretty good day out there on our Saturday with a high around sixty two in the city cooler in the suburbs but still all in all pretty nice and partly sunny skies Easter Sunday also looking good lots of clouds over the high of seventy two.
Mixed martial arts: UFC 249 canceled after pressure from Disney, says UFC president
"Under pressure from California's governor UFC the mixed martial arts championship will not be held next week after all Disney has put a stop to a dozen UFC fight the powers that be there asked me to stand down UFC president Dana white had scheduled the martial arts showcase for a week from tomorrow at a casino resort on native American tribal land in California without a live audience he had a message for is fighters on Disney owned ESPN enjoy this time don't worry about the financial part of this you're gonna get the fights under contract then I'm gonna make things right with the people who are willing to step up and fight reports say it was governor Newsom who pressured Disney to pull the plug Deborah Rodriguez CBS news kind of hard to do social distancing when you're beaten the you know what out of each other you know what I mean
John Krasinski reunites original 'Hamilton' cast to perform for 9-year-old fan
"The surprise of a lifetime for a young Helton fan from Florida we yeah Blaine Manuel Miranda and the entire Hamilton cast popped up on John Krasinski's YouTube showed is saying to nine year old operate she had tickets to the musical for her birthday before the corona virus forced the curtain to come down on the Jacksonville production our retail Brzezinski she watched his wife Emily blunt in Mary Poppins returns at home instead Deborah Rodriguez CBS news
Boston - Harvard College Adopts Universal Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory Grading for Spring 2020 Due to Coronavirus | News
"Oh five a new grading system for local college I'm Deborah Rodriguez as college kids make the switch to online classes Harvard University is giving them a break with an asterisk all undergrads will receive grades of either emergency satisfactory or emergency unsatisfactory this week university president Lawrence Baker and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus the decision to implement a new grading system follows two weeks of very heated debate among undergrads about how Harvard should adjust his grading policies to accommodate students negatively impacted by the corona virus pandemic some students believe the new grading system unfairly
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Takeout CBS's Deborah Rodriguez says so it's relatively safe to eat the food you get delivered how safe is this Szechuan chicken and broccoli that comes from your favorite Chinese place a food safety expert at the department of food science at Cornell says it's difficult for the corona virus to get cooked into food Martin weed man because the risk for infection extremely small the active delivery is another issue most restaurants have amped up hand washing requirements for workers delivery platforms like GrubHub which owns seamless and Instacart has started contact free delivery dropping food at their doorstep Deborah Rodriguez CBS news high demand for online grocery delivery sparked by corona virus fears has created a backlog on Friday delivery time slots with fresh direct for city addresses were mostly filled up through next Friday on the website customers are warned to plan ahead the site also says out of an abundance of caution our delivery personnel will bring your order up to your door but cannot enter your home food deliveries on AmazonFresh were not available until at least Sunday delivery times for peapod were not available until next Thursday peapod is also putting a limit on certain products like cleaning and paper products to five each per order because of high demand coronavirus is impacting the movie's CBS's Matt Piper has that these films just opened and they are not doing well the openings for I still believe bloodshot and the Honda are all coming in below expectations the movie theaters are still open it appears many people are heeding warnings about social distancing and not gathering with large crowds early estimates of Disney Pixar's onward is heading for a repeat victory the box office but with sixty percent less size than its launch a week ago due to the coronavirus AMC regal and Cinemark theatres have all been cutting seating capacity by half back Piper CBS news said Georgia spirits maker is responding to the corona virus outbreak in a unique way remember in World War two when car manufacturers stop building vehicles and built tanks for the war effort instead well flash forward to twenty twenty when the old fourth ward distillery in Atlanta saw the shortage of hand sanitizer and decided to do something about it the company has transition for the time being to being a hand sanitizer factory pumping out nearly fifty gallons of the stuff they say even local EMS and fire departments are calling to get their hands on the sanitizer bill ray **** CBS news WCBS news time six fifty three here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat.
Dixie Chicks announce first album in over a decade
"A southern musical trio is returning CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has the story yeah the Dixie chicks are back after a long time gone never leased a new studio album on may first they've already dropped the first single gas lighter featuring Marty McGuire Emily Robison and Natalie mains gas lighter is also the name of the new album the group's first in more than ten years they did for more than forty cities in twenty sixteen they were also featured on two singles over the past few years one from beyond say the other from Taylor swift Transdev are Rodriguez CBS
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Deborah Rodriguez WWJ news time eleven thirty eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eights and trees macaskill we're seeing some sunshine so I expect that means work crews that we do have a number of work crews out here this traffic update we're checking the number of workers starting with I. seventy five brook this traffic updates sponsored by vin A. Johnson a law so first of all the traffic flows here along I. seventy five northbound between west road in south feel not that bad we do have a moving work road southbound I. seventy five made mild right to Jefferson with the right lane closed until two thirty add along seventy five north right at west road right lane closure until three PM volley was a fairly moderate making their way through the spot right now without too much problem until five PM west on I ninety four at county line road we have a right lane closure and the moving work request found six ninety six from colleagues to greenfield has the right shoulder blocked if you've been injured in an auto accident turned to a proven law firm turned to Dan Johnson law because when it comes to fighting for people's rights and there's a big difference between talking a good game and actually having the skills to back it up call eight five five then fights today only handled a motor car twenty four hour traffic center Tracy macaskill W. W. changes radio nine fifty and now the accu weather forecast with meteorologist dean devore today the sunshine will fade behind clouds and some showers pop up later this afternoon this evening that could be mixed with some snow north of town a high getting up to forty eight than cold tonight with some flurries down to the low thirties snow showers tomorrow morning tapering to flurries in the afternoon a cold blustery wind will feel sing the twenties.
'Judge Judy' to end after 25 seasons
"Judge Judy tells Ellen that after twenty five seasons CBS is marking the show's anniversary by going into repeat mode what they decided to do was to sell a couple of years worth of reruns but I'm not tired so Judy justice will be coming out here later it's unclear if the new show will be another syndicated program for a network or for streaming service judge Judy is the highest paid TV personality with a forty seven million dollar yearly income Deborah Rodriguez CBS
Baby Peggy, child star of silent film era, dies at 101
"The Niles the family silent Film museum says Diana Serra Cary one of Hollywood's first child stars has died at the age of one hundred one CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez looks back on her life and career baby Peggy was one of the top stars in Hollywood silent movies she first appeared on screen at the age of nineteen months by the time I was three I was a veteran by the time she was five she was a millionaire endorsed various products and was as famous as Charlie Chaplin or Mary Pickford wherever they had news reels we were the ones but Peggy's career ended abruptly in nineteen twenty five when her father had a falling out with the studio the most of her films have not survived she left a legacy the actress wrote in her memoirs that Judy garland's mother pushed her young daughter into show business
No checkout needed: Amazon opens cashier-less grocery store
"Amazon is opening its first full size supermarket aimed at speeding up the checkout process Amazon go grocery has four times the space of its original seven eleven style stores with just the basics menus the new larger grocery as fish meat wine beer everything except cashiers Deborah Rodriguez CBS
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Deborah Rodriguez former Illinois governor rod will go a **** is scheduled to speak to reporters outside his home in Chicago a day after the president commuted his prison sentence everlasting gratitude to president trump for doing what he did local events had served eight years of a fourteen year term for trying to sell Barack Obama's old Senate seat for now he wants to celebrate I have a banana split and I'd like to have three scoops of ice cream vanilla chocolate and strawberry and president also pardon several other people including former junk bond king Michael Milken Milken there's speculation he'll forgive his friend Roger stone if he sentenced to prison time tomorrow Loyola University Los Jessica Levinson I think that this is going to raise a lot of eyebrows about why the president is going on on a limb for defendants that so many people thought were righteously convicted CBS news has learned Attorney General William Barr has told people he's considered quitting over the president's tweets on the stone case from the campaign trail no big down is no special interest nothing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of ads have earned Michael Bloomberg his first turn on the democratic presidential debate stage be booted jabs at CNN's town hall growing colossal sums of money on television shows you what's wrong with our system the top six candidates face off tonight in Las Vegas seventy nine new cases of the corona virus have been confirmed today on a cruise ship docked off Japan bringing the total number on the diamond princess to more than six hundred the news came as a two week quarantine was lifted and passengers began to disembark the BBC's Laura Baker is in Yokohama many of the people that are left on their waiting for test results is also criticism of the Japanese house authorities for that that it's taken so long to text everyone of the ship there's a new setback for Boeing as it tries to get at seven thirty seven MAX planes off the ground again live to correspondent Vicki Barker about four hundred undelivered Max jets have been sitting the Boeing plant near Seattle where they were built over the past year before production was halted last month now Boeing says it's found do brief contaminating the fuel tanks of some of them the company says the problem's been address stand it remains confident the Max jets will be clear to fly again this summer the FAA says it's now increased its surveillance and will take any further action based on its findings Deborah a woman suspected of posing as a photographer and lowering a new mom with a drug cupcake in order to steal her newborn has made her first court appearance the alleged victim a Lisa Miller I don't like being at home I'm not sleeping I'm not eating I'm terrified she's gonna get back I'll S. and P. futures are up seven Dow futures ahead seventy three this is CBS news behind every moment shared with the ones you love is a plan that helped make it happen learn more or find an adviser at mass mutual dot com number one the US radio nine fifty good morning thank you for joining us on this Wednesday it's February nineteenth twenty twenty time short of the morning on reported just seen and here's dean with a look at the weather winter cold but with really not much precipitation maybe a few flurries later tonight the high today around thirty the complete accu weather forecast into a warmer weekend on the way currently partly cloudy and twenty four degrees in metro airport WWJ news times seven oh three Republican voters in Oakland county will have to choose a nominee to run for the a county executive one name being mentioned is the former congressman.
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"After backlash Deborah Rodriguez CBS news this is of the California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. and extend seventy newsradio I'm back in the K. our top local stories at three OO five a person reportedly was symptoms of the corona virus arrived at LAX and was rushed to a hospital for an evaluation four people died when a small plane crashes on take off from the corona airport but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives loose hours what do you know I know that the circulars are still working on the five and fourteen those go to the fourteen first they will go up to the five this is in the Santa Clarita on the fourteen south right at the find the truck lanes and this is the right truck lane is open the left lane is squeezing the right lane is closed the left lane is open and the main lanes are open as well until about four AM this is for a vehicle that rear ended a big rig and then Sigler up in the like a pyramid lake area just before pyramid like the of five north the two right lanes are closed between temple in highway in Vista del Lago to clean up the big rig fire that happened last night and actually it happened yesterday sometime around six o'clock I would imagine that that was the time frame and the two left lanes are open to get through and let's go to some Caltrans work lots of that going on seven ten north the four right lanes are closed just the left lane is open to squeeze by between Florence and the five again this morning until five AM then in the east LA change the five north connector to the westbound ten that is shut down the sixty west connected to the west and that is open five north the right lanes open between Indiana and callous on up the hop over the K. real the right lane is closed on the southbound side between did men and Olympic and on the one on one north of two left lanes are closed between seven street essays are Chavez until about four AM next reports coming up at three fifteen I'm loosed hours more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio for a nice day later on highs in the fifties and sixties actually all the way up to the mid seventies depending upon.
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The nineteen forties Deborah Rodriguez we're out of the woods yet with this winter storm cable it's news time is five oh five I Michael Calhoun along with Debbie moderate and Tom Ackerman we will check any traffic issues coming up at five right now though accu weather steam devore tells us what's in store for this morning team yeah good morning to you did they were kind of in this law period we picked up the some snow sleet and freezing rain yesterday that we kinda walled into this freezing drizzle situation here this morning some light rain but I do expect the intensity of the precipitation to pick back up later this morning and we should add some snow and sleet back into the mix as we go through the afternoon before this wraps up as flurries tonight so some areas have picked up one to three inches already expects more so the total so sleepy can relations by later tonight still gonna reach forty eight inches in many places with a high did ages thirty two down low twenties icy tonight and staying cold tomorrow as it dries out so the winter storm warning continues until midnight tonight we'll keep you up to a minute by minute always influences radio camel ax cable X. news time is five oh six lots of school closings this morning is your child's school one of them you can find the complete list of school closings online cable X. dot com just click on the winter weather closings banner at the top of the page metrolink at metro bus are running on time this morning there's no significant delays and no buses running on the snow wrote this morning metro call the ride is also on time this morning but are subject to delays and cancellations of conditions worsened throughout the day if you have a ride scheduled you will be contacted if your trip is affected by whether you're still encouraged to allow for extra time if you're writing metro today one Sunday snow started to fall the Missouri highway patrol was pretty busy as of nine thirty last night troopers responded to more than four hundred fifty calls for service in the Saint Louis area that includes one hundred thirteen stranded motorists and one hundred fifty nine crashes fifteen of those crashes had at least an injury four people were killed three of those four were struck by another vehicle in St Francis county about five last night on southbound sixty seven year Francis St Francis state park three people from bond to air got out of their car to assist another vehicle the how would patrol says a car lost control of the big river bridge and hit the three pedestrians Joseph Reddick the second have their roots in and paid in Sir bellow were pronounced dead at the scene here marks this time is five oh seven Saint Louis city police will be allowed to live outside the city under measures filed for mysteries legislative session that begins next month historically legislators have been reluctant to Tinker with local issues.
"deborah rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"I'm Deborah Rodriguez president trump is brushing off concerns over the U. S. economy I made a trade war with China and a wobbly stock market I don't see a recession I'm in the world is in a recession right now and although that's too big of a statement but if you look at China China is a very very poorly CBS's Laura protested says politics could play into it best case scenario the White House want there to be a strong economy a strong stock market when constituents cast their ballots in November twenty twenty right now they're just putting forward words saying they are confident in the U. S. economy a new survey of economists shows a majority believe the US will be in a recession by twenty twenty one there's a court appearance scheduled in Ohio today for a young man who posted footage of a mock shooting CBS's Meg Oliver has the story a lease arrested twenty year old James Riordan as self described white nationalist after uncovering this threatening social media power forty see the video shows him shooting a semi automatic rifle and talking about killing Jews in Youngstown Ohio independence day in Afghanistan has been marked by a series of explosions correspondent Kathy McCormick is at the Pentagon at least ten blast occurred around Jalalabad the country is still in mourning after a recent attack at a wedding killed more than sixty people Islamic state claimed responsibility for that but many Afghans are wondering whether a peace deal between the US and Taliban will end the violence Afghan president Ghani said today the Taliban have laid the foundation for such brutal killings Buckingham Palace has issued a statement denying prince Andrew condoned participated in or encouraged any alleged incidents of pedophile Leah committed by the late Jeffrey obscene comes after newly released video showing the prince at the door about dean's New York City mansion thanks so long to what appears to be a teenage girl CBS is Charlie d'agata is in London it's important to know this happened in two thousand ten this is two years after at Steen was charged and found guilty of sex crimes critics say prince and be sure to cut up that relationship there and then palace as the Duke of York is appalled by reports about dean's alleged crimes a spicy fine for a customs and border protection canine unit that port in San Diego KCB STV's Chris Hallstrom officers at the tied mesa crossing say a Mexican citizen drove a tractor trailer into the port of entry claiming it was full of jalapenos drug sniffing dogs discovered otherwise they found more than three hundred wrapped packages of pot we're told the drugs are worth more than two million dollars S. and P. futures up thirty two this is CBS news are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started at indeed dot com slash higher.
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"Morning I'm Deborah Rodriguez the trump administration has just taken the wraps off new policy that we didn't die permanent residency to people for being too poor live to Washington and correspondent Alison Keyes the rules taking effect could deny green cards to immigrants who use Medicaid food stamps housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance current law already requires those seeking legal status to prove they won't be a burden to the US but the new rules include a larger range of programs that could disqualify migrants from benefits immigration and citizenship officials will now consider other factors including education public assistance household income and wealth when considering granting legal status steady he spoke for the president for a heart beat now he's speaking out against him and his first and only appearance in the White House briefing room Anthony Scaramucci told reporters he loved president trump very very loyal to the president but after two years that loyalty is formally lapsed Scaramucci now says the president's increasingly divisive rhetoric has damage the fabric of our society he says he won't support Donald trump's reelection Scaramucci tweets to those asking what took so long you're right that after Mr trump tweeted Scaramucci was totally incapable of handling the job of communications director Steven Portnoy's CBS news the White House and update on the investigation into the death of accused child sex abuser Jeffrey abstain correspondent mullah lanky as outside the metropolitan correction center in Manhattan the medical examiner's office for an autopsy on at Steve's body yesterday but says they're waiting for more information before drawing any conclusions.
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"There's Deborah Rodriguez CBS news, and that's going to end our Super Bowl coverage. We thank CBS news for that. It was it was a very very unexpected Super Bowl. Right. Very unexpected. I mean, we didn't expect that one bit. And so we got us a clunker and my team wasp, but you have to now there was a guy in Chicago. There was a guy in Chicago right after the bear's loss to the eagles in the playoffs few weeks ago. Right. Cody parkey missed the field goal. A guy went on the internet on the video, and he was really really mad Neo is. And I was a lot of us were on Twitter. We saying Nick guys taking this too seriously. My team lost the Super Bowl, and they looked really bad doing it. Their head coach got pants might team's head coach got pants by the other team. It was it was out coaching was out performing. It was really really quite as stellar performance. By the bad guys and the bad performance by the good guys, at least from my perspective. But we work with the facts, and we live with the truth, and we have to remember, it's sports. It's just a game. Right. And we're still worried about these players with the e and all that kind of stuff. So we keep our perspective. Look, I was rooting. I'm a Cleveland Indians fan out here. And they lost to the Chicago Cubs in extra innings on their own field gave them the World Series right before Benedict. Dial got it got to keep your perspective about things it's important to keep your perspective. And so let you and I keep our perspective about things I have time for you today, of course, one eight eight eight three two one six zero zero one one triple eight three two one six thousand in one. I know it's not a sports show. But I, you know, look the Super Bowl is kind of different it it transcends sports. So there you go. We'll Super Bowl coverage to get us started. I I don't know if you wanna talk about the Super Bowl in this is not a sports calling Joe, but it's your call..
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"Deborah Rodriguez. This is the nineteenth day of a partial government shutdown and tomorrow federal workers will miss their first paychecks. Correspondent Nancy Cortez says the president is beginning to lose support last night. Alaska, Senator Lisa Murkowski became the third Republican Senator to say publicly that we should reopen most of these agencies as negotiations continue. Here's what she had to say. The reality is that of furloughed, federal employees and contractors have no paycheck in sight. And there's no reason that they should be held hostage to a political dispute. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders asked this morning, if she's worried I'm concerned about the fact that we have a crisis at the border that we need to solve and we need Democrats to step up and do their jobs and work with us to get it done. The president meets with congressional leaders at the White House today. CBS news correspondent Paula Reid. Has learned deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is ready to stay. Epa side after William bar is confirmed as attorney general timing is surprising. And it's unclear what this means for the special counsel's investigation expected that bar would likely inherit oversight of that investigation. But there's no guarantee because his previous very public criticism of that investigation is expected to be a central theme of his confirmation hearing next week, the family of a navy vet from California is pleading with the administration to get involved to get their son released from prison in Iran. Your CBS CBS's Margaret Brennan, Michael white is the fourth American to be held by Iran. And while CBS news learned that Iran floated the idea of a prisoner exchange last year State Department officials will not say whether the Trump administration is now willing to negotiate contact between the two countries was cut off after President Trump exited the nuclear deal, an American journalist held hostage in Iran for a year and a half is suing Tehran for damages live to see Vicki Barker one billion. Dollars in damages. In addition to forty million in compensation that Washington Post journalist Jason resigned says he's do over the eighteen harrowing months, he spent an Iranian jail, it's meant to discourage Iran from engaging in future hostage-taking, but Iran, watchers note that terror victims and pass such cases have been able to collect only a small fraction of the forty six billion dollars in total judgments leveled against Tehran since nineteen Ninety-six. Debra the manager of a pokey restaurant in Chicago has been suspended after admitting. He threw a chair at a black customer. I had to fight three people have. Video posted to social media has Matthew Fethi apologizing to eighteen year old Kyle Johnson who says he'd gone inside to say hi to some friends s and p futures up twelve this is CBS news. Dell's small business technology advisors. No, there's nothing small about your business. They provide one on one partnership and reliable Dell PC's with Intel core processors to get business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell..
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"Deborah Rodriguez. I'm w w we have developing news in washtenaw county right now, deputies are on the scene of a barricaded situation. This isn't Sioe township south of anarchy over the call came in about three this morning about a man suicidal, his wife and young son are said to be safe outside of the home. And we're working the story. We'll have more ahead county sheriff's deputy is expected to make a full recovery after his patrol car was smashed by a road rage driver. Officers were trying to stop a minivan that was ramming into other cars on US Twenty-three. This was near Brighton yesterday when they pulled him over on white lake road. The suspect pulled away turned around and rammed the front of the deputies patrol car before going out of control and then flipping over after pulling the suspect from the smoldering van officials say the deputy was an pummeled by the suspect. A man was tasers by other officers as he tried to get away in the. Deputy's car. A former judge in Monroe county will be sentenced today for sexual torture here with the story WWE J legal analyst, Charlie Langton. It is a very unusual charge. Former Monroe county district judge Forty-one-year-old. Jared Caulkins will be sentenced on multiple counts of misconduct in office. That was a plea bargain. The original charges stemmed from CIA prostitution relations. Caulkins plenty pleaded guilty to crimes and accused him of using social media dating websites to find women, and then meet them at a hotel where he would engage in acts of Saito as masochism court documents indicate that he said he would be their sugar. Daddy. And that he would provide gifts and money in exchange for sex Caulkins faces up to five years in prison. Reporting live, Charlie Langton, WJ NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news time seven thirty four President Donald Trump leaves later today for the group of twenty summit in Argentina where he will spend just forty eight hours on the ground. The president will pack eight high level meetings with foreign leaders into that today. Visit j news time is seven thirty four women aren't the only ones who have the option of birth control the university of Washington school of medicine testing, a new male contraceptive, Dr Stephanie pages leading the study any concept of really empower women in the end because women need to have control of their own fertility and couples need to be able to determine when they wanna have children. This latest contraception in the form of a gel is applied to the man's shoulders. The study looks at whether application of the Dow can prevent pregnancy for a year. Mudslide and flooding concerns in southern California as rain falls in an area singed by wildfire. Many in Malibu have decided to leave their homes sorta and Clark and his family preparing for the worst possible scenario they live at Trump is canyon. You're PCH their Malibu home is at the bottom of a hill. Scorched by the Woolsey fire some boards behind there.
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"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump has a busy six days ahead of him with eleven campaign rallies on his schedule leading up to Tuesday's midterm elections. Correspondent Steven Portnoy is at the White House. Aiming to expand his party's majority in the Senate and help Republicans hold the house. The president will be on the road each day between now and the election starting in Florida tonight, he'll head to Missouri. Tomorrow, West Virginia, Indiana on Friday by election day, he'll have return twice to Indiana, Missouri, and Florida state's were democratic incumbent senators face formidable GOP challenger house, minority leader Nancy Pelosi who helping to come out of the mid terms. As speaker was on the late show with Stephen Colbert, outlining some differences with the president the one thing that is a big difference between the president, and he has very thin skin. And I have very thick skin. Two days after notorious mobster Whitey Bolger died at a prison in West Virginia. His lawyer is blaming the federal government CBS. Nikki battiste says prosecutors will try to find out if the eighty nine year old was beaten to death the day after he was transferred to Hazleton. According to the Boston Globe. Baldur's is were nearly gal JD out and two inmates including a convicted mafia hitman or seen on surveillance video entering Bolger cell Tuesday morning. Some reports say Bulger was targeted for being a government informant. It's the third time since September that Chinese intelligence officers are being accused of stealing information from American corporations ten of them along with hackers and company insiders allegedly tried to get access to information on turbofan engine technology for commercial airliners CBS's Jeff peg as in a statement, a US attorney accused China of trying to steal the information for commercial gain saying that China could use the information to build their own. Engines instead of buying American. Prosecutors say mental health officials have concluded the suspect in April shooting at a waffle house in Tennessee is competent to stand trial. Police say Travis Ryan king was naked wearing only a jacket when he allegedly killed four people at the restaurant in Nashville kids who are disappointed in their Halloween. Hall can trade it in this year at a vending machine in New York City. Correspondent Gary Nunn has the detail rhesus created a Halloween candy converters low rent. This put unwanted candy in and get reese's peanut butter cups in return. The company created a promotional video for the converter tested last weekend. In Tarrytown, New York may go national next.
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"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The Pentagon is sending thousands of new troops to the southern border to keep migrants out and President Trump says the US won't be building anymore detention facilities, we begin with CBS's Laura Podesta on the thousands of central Americans cutting a slow path through southern Mexico. The caravan is still more than eight hundred miles from the US, but the Pentagon is preparing to deploy more than five thousand troops to the border officials say the soldiers who do not have the authority to apprehend migrants will close gaps and strengthened security at points of entry. We will not allow a large group to enter the United States in an unsafe and unlawful manner. President Trump on plans for alternate accommodations for people seeking asylum. We're gonna have tents. They're going to be very nice, and they're going to wait. And if they don't get asylum. They get out the president tells FOX. Fox the caravans are an invasion of the country. Mr. Trump and the first lady are headed to Pittsburgh today to pay respects to the victims and loved ones of Saturday synagogue shootings. But not everyone will welcome him. Jonathan mayo accuses the president of politicizing a tragedy. We wanted to make it clear that in our time of grieving and mourning his presence is not welcome mayo is with the group benchmark which has gathered over forty thousand signatures in an online petition asking, Mr. Trump to stay away. The man who allegedly sent more than a dozen pipebombs too high profile Democrats this week apparently had others in mind CBS's Manuel Bojorquez CBS news can't confirm that investigators.
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"Deborah Rodriguez. With the new FBI report on Brett Cavanaugh fresh in their minds senators are scheduled to vote on moving his court nomination forward in a few hours from now. Connecticut Democrat, Richard Blumenthal. What happened here was plainly the White House straitjacketing this investigation. Protesters hoping to convince three Republicans at at least one potential swing democrat at a sit in in the Hart Senate office building. CBS is Bill Rakoff says the nominee is trying to ease concerns over his demeanor answering questions about his when he answered questions about an alleged sex assault writes in the Wall Street Journal op-ed that he may have been too emotional times during his hearing last week and says going forward, quote, you can count on me to be the same kind of judge in person. I've been for my entire twenty eight year legal career, hard working and even keeled open minded, independent and dedicated to the constitution and public good. He said he will try to be the best husband dad, and friend that he can be this year's Nobel peace prize. Does not go to Kim Jong Hoon or President Trump live to CBS's. Jim Taylor prize goes do Congolese Dr Dennis Smith and Iraqi activist Nadja morale of them in their own way has failed to give greater visibility to wartime sexual violence. So that the perpetrators can be held accountable for their actions. Reach Anderson chair of the Norwegian Nobel committee in Congo. They call him Dr miracle for his dedication in helping women. She was a victim of sexual slavery as a captive of these state Prius drivers check the specifics of a major recall CBS's, Lucy craft from Tokyo recall covers a total of two point four three million hybrid vehicles worldwide. One third sold in North America. Toyota is calling back Prius and RS models produced between October two thousand eight and November two thousand fourteen over a flaw that could cause accidents. There are new numbers on the arthritis depression connection, here's CBS's Kenneth Cragg dolts with arthritis are twice as likely to experience symptoms of anxiety and depression than those without the CDC report finds nine million American adults with arthritis having citing and five million have depression, the symptoms are much more common in middle aged adults than older adults. Major league playoffs are in full swing..