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"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In all states. change from Cove in 19 this one in nature. CBS's Debra Rodriguez thie Birds in San Francisco are sounding a little sexier. These days. A new study in the journal Science buying sparrows in the city have altered their tune during the pandemic. The traffic and noise down by almost 50%. Scientists say birds are singing more quietly hitting lower notes, which sounds sexier through prospective mates. Those mates able to hear the sweet sounds from farther away. Debra Rodriguez CBS News Covad, 19 and politics have brought out a little less than polite behavior both online and in person. If you find yourself at the receiving end, etiquette experts say, it's generally best to refrain from responding. Kiyonga. Crowley owns simply a lady in Wichita, Kansas, she says meditation in the morning can help you find your peace. Wendy Gillette, CBS News 205 after Bay area's new station. KCBS temperatures will start to warm up later today. We need to triple digits by tomorrow in the inland areas. Good morning. I'm Curtis Kim sitting in for John Evans. And here's what's happening. Bay Area protests over the decision in the beyond A Taylor shooting this week may have snarled traffic on a few occasions but have otherwise been peaceful until last night. Roughly 250 people took part in the demonstrations in downtown Oakland, which OPD says turned violent when people through objects at officers. Both of all people were arrested for assault on officers. No businesses were damaged. KCBS. Megan Goldsby reports Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft is hoping demonstrations that might happen over the weekend remain on the peaceful side. There really isn't all that much left to board up in downtown Oakland. Many businesses have just left up the plywood from this summer's George Floyd protests, even decorating it with murals and statements in support of the movement in some places. Support is what Mayor Libby Schaaf is hoping the protestors feel from the city of Oakland. We will celebrate the peaceful expression, the passionate expression of that outrage. We also are very clear on the difference between speech and vandalism.
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"debra rodriguez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In this nation. The first woman in American history to lie in state in the U. S Capitol. Eight service members in uniform carried her body from the hearse up the steps of the Capitol. It's a moving ceremony and much more as the day goes on. How about a good news story for schools in Massachusetts Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos naming six local schools as national blue ribbon schools for 2020, among them Kennedy Memorial Elementary in Franklin. How about that candy? A lot of people have been falling for the massive Halloween candy displays popping up already. In fact, more than a month ago, CBS's Debra Rodriguez with a sweet tooth drink, never minded kids will actually be going house to house this year. Americans air craving not just sweets, but normalcy and stocking up on Halloween candy. The National Confectioners Association says sales are already up 13% over last year, Sales of Halloween chocolate have jumped. 25% Ferrara, which makes Brocks candy Corn says people were ordering online three months earlier than usual. Some cities have already banned trick or treating next month. Debra Rodriguez CBS news and We didn't see this one coming on your Friday. The Doobie Brothers suing Bill Murray, a lawyer for the Doobies is calling on Murray to pay up for using the bands Listen to the music in an ad for the William.
Annual Lennon tribute, in 40th year, goes online
"Change of plans for a milestone musical tribute. Falintil telling us about it. Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez John Lennon would have turned 80 years old this October night 40 years after he was killed, an annual memorial concert in New York will be held on line because of the pandemic. Jackson Browne, Patti Smith, Natalie Merchant, and a slew of other musicians have already taped performances. Organizer's are hoping the free stream on the website Lenin tribute dot org's Get even Morrell exposure than past Once. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News
Evel Knievel's son suing Disney over 'Toy Story 4' character
"Disney facing a lawsuit over a movie character that looks a lot like a real life. Dare devil jumped the fountains at Caesar's Palace and cleared 13 buses at Wembley Stadium, a Balkan evils estate is suing Disney and Pixar. Are over. It's do kaboom character in his red and white caped outfit in toy Story for the late stunt man, Son Kelly says his dad didn't thrill millions of people around the world, break his bones and spill his blood so the House of Mouse could make a bunch of money. The suit. Also claims do Ka booms. Wind up movie motorcycle is a rip off of the original 1973 Can evil toy. Debra Rodriguez CBS News
Disney delays 'Black Widow,' Spielberg's 'West Side Story'
"Disney has postponed black widow for a second time, originally scheduled to open last May. Then this November. It's now slated to debut in May of 2021. Steven Spielberg's West Side Story has also been pushed back until December of next year. Disney's delayed release of the Agatha Christie mystery death on the Nile and marbles eternal. X R soul Still a go for theaters this November. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News
Disney delays 'Black Widow,' Spielberg's 'West Side Story'
"About seeing movie blockbusters at actual movie houses anytime soon forever. With many theaters still closed and others struggling with social distancing restrictions. Disney has postponed black widow with Charlotte Joe Hansen for a second time, originally scheduled to open last May. Then this November. It's now slated to debut in May of 2021. Steven Spielberg's West Side Story has also been pushed back until December of next year. Disney's delayed release of the Agatha Christie mystery Death on the Nile and Marbles. Eternal Sze Pixar SOUL Still a Go for theaters this November. Debra Rodriguez,
Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court steps
"Trump says he wants a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg confirmed to this to the Supreme Court ahead of election Day so that a full court can weigh in on any campaign related litigation. This is Mourners pay tribute debater Ginsberg at the Supreme Court. More from CBS's Debra Rodriguez. A public mourning period's began for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who lies in repose, a TTE the top of the building steps. CBS is Skyler Henry Ensberg with remembered as a trail blazer and a fierce advocate for women's rights. This was just a skins Berg's life's work. To insist that the Constitution deliver on its promise that we the people would include all the people. Chief Justice John Roberts said Ginsberg's opinions will guide the court for decades to come. She will live on in what she did to improve the law and the lives of all of us. And yet still, Ruth is gone. We grieve President Trump says it's important to confirm Ginsberg's replacement before the November election. Think it's better if you go before the election? Because I think this this scam that the Democrats are pulling it's a scam. The scam will be before the United States Supreme Court says he'll announce his selection Saturday top
You're Right, You Are Working Longer and Attending More Meetings, Harvard Study Finds
"Working working from from home home is is difference. difference. We We knew knew that, that, but but here here it it is is in in numbers, numbers, CBS's CBS's Debra Debra Rodriguez Rodriguez explains. explains. Feel Feel like like you're you're actually actually working working Mohr from home that you were at the office, you probably are. An analysis by researchers at Harvard Business School finds the average pandemic workday increased by more than 8%. About 48 minutes when the pandemic began. Employees have also been attending 13% more meetings, though they may be shorter than pre Cove it. We're getting more than five per cent more emails a day more than 8% of them are sent after business hours. And about the old 9 to 5 boundaries long gone advice to managers empathize and focus on output, Not ours. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Died today at her home in Washington, D. C. She was 87 CBS's Debra Rodriguez looks back on her life. The year was 1993. When President Bill Clinton announced I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her background and judicial record as an A C L U attorney and a federal judge clearly indicated a person of liberal leanings and once on the court, she did not disappoint, says legal analyst Andrew Cohen. She supported abortion rights. She voted for important restrictions to the death penalty, and she refused to give President Bush on limited war powers over terror detainees. Justice Ginsburg had a strong work ethic, taking pride in not missing a day on the bench after two separate battles with cancer. Later she worked from home as she recovered from additional cancer and other health issues. Recently, the Supreme Court hears more arguments over the phone this morning with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participating from a Baltimore hospital. Still, the nation's 107th Supreme Court justice kept working because this is the best but also the hardest job than I Her. Debra Rodriguez CBS News, a wretched woman burned in an Eastern Washington fire is telling her sister more details of their rescue last week, he said, Please tell him Thank you. Please tell the world that they did this for us on Marie Baxter says Jamie and Jacob Highland, were rescued by two members of the call Ville Tribe. The couple's son died. Jamie and Jacob continue to recover a harbour view the latest on Corona virus. Washington State health officials are reporting just over 400 new cases. In the last 24 hours, six more deaths have been confirmed. More than 2000 total have died. Let's check our ready A real time Traffic. Tracy Taylor Happy Friday, Happy Friday. Friday, We got a couple of things that were keeping an eye on one of which is for drivers out Nissa Clabo directions to steer on 800 just south of 109th. Icicle. A PT is shut down the road way to get this guy that's out of the ditch out of the way, so it's gonna take a little bit to kind of pull him out of there. We're still seeing some heavy traffic in a few spots, and the I don't know about you, but out in my place. I'm hearing a little thunder. So we have a couple of thunderstorms out there and a little bit downpours here in there, too, so visibility could be down Backups on south and four or five after I 93 Newcastle, a touch of the break south End of the Valley Freeway after Valley Medical Center improvement on that south and five drive thru to coma different story, though getting outta Lakewood. I'm still seeing some heavier traffic after 5 12 often on a joint base, Lewis McChord Grissom slowing North 95 as we leave five and heading out towards highway 18 traffic is brought to you by stable school goes on Unstable says everything to start the year, right? No matter where school happens all at amazing prices School on Savon at Staples Cairo Radio, real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Weather showers. Hayes and Smoke overnight lows down around 58 a rerun of that stuff tomorrow Saturday. Showers, Smoke aces High 65. It's smoky and 65 in Seattle. Right now, I'm Frank shares for breaking news highlights. Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. All right. Here we go. Kill mortgage one triple 87 70 k. I e. A.
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The champion of gender quality, has died at the age of 87 Bater Ginsberg died at her home in Washington. The court says she died of complications from pancreatic cancer. She was 87. I'll have more on this throughout our newscast. CBS NEWS Debra Rodriguez takes a look back on this Mavericks life. The year was 1993. When President Bill Clinton announced I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her background and judicial record as an A C L U attorney and a federal judge clearly indicated a person of liberal leanings and once on the court, she did not disappoint, says legal analyst Andrew Cohen. She supported abortion rights. She voted for important restrictions to the death penalty, and she refused to give President Bush on limited war powers over terror detainees. Justice Ginsburg had a strong work ethic, taking pride in not missing a day on the bench after two separate battles with cancer. Later she worked from home as she recovered from additional cancer and other health issues. Recently, the Supreme Court hears more arguments over the phone this morning with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participating from a Baltimore hospital. Still, the nation's 107th Supreme Court justice kept working because this is the best but also the hardest job. That I ever had. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News and again Justice Bater has died at the age of 87. She was a legal, cultural and feminist icon who actually appealed to people of women of all ages, especially and we'll have a special report. Coming up shortly. 7 47. It's in about a face for the Philadelphia school board, which last night approved a tax break for the company planning TTO Turn the former South Philly refinery site into a logistics up Hey, what W's Mike DiNardo explains. The school board last month rejected a Keystone Opportunity zone designation for the refinery site and the tax breaks that go with it. Members wanted the buyer Hilco Redevelopment Partners. To doom or to provide job training for a district graduates. The company has since promised. Mohr board President Joyce Wilkerson read a letter from Mayor Kenny Before last night's vote. Wilco's indicated a willingness To make specific binding commitments regarding recruitment and training of local workers. Angela McKeever was one of three board members who changed their votes from no to Yes, but she said she was concerned about the influence of mostly white unions on jobs at the former refinery site. It is well documented that Philadelphia trade unions function as private clubs in the city are unions are gatekeepers for entry into these high paying union jobs and reject are black and brown citizens for membership after failing to get the necessary five votes last month. The cozy was approved last night by a seven Nothing vote with one abstention. Mike Leonardo Kyi, heavily NewsRadio, contradicting the top government health experts, President Trump now says every American will have access to Corona virus vaccine by April next year. CBS News White House correspondent Steve Important Way, laying out a more aggressive timetable than government experts testified to this week. The president says he now predicts hundreds of millions of vaccine doses will be made available early next year. We expect to have Enough vaccines for every American by April, the CDC director said this week. A working vaccine probably won't be available to the general public until late spring or early summer. Mr Trump said Dr Robert Redfield was mistaken. The president was asked if he believes he knows better than his own government experts in many cases, idea. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News And the Eagles are getting ready for their first game on Sunday after losing on the road last weekend. After a collapsed last week in their season opener. Coach Doug Peterson says he has no choice but to continue to have faith in his players. Along with his decision making, You know I have to trust our players, right? I have to trust myself from it from an instinct standpoint, that You know the decisions I make. Really time are the best for the football team. Sunday will be the first home game of the season for the Eagles and Peterson talked about how much you'll miss the fans as they play in an empty stadium on Sunday in the stadium full is Is an emotion. That's that's really hard to explain, and it is definitely going to be missed. On Sunday, Peterson said He has talked with his players all week about the need to put the wash Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. The announcement coming from the Supreme Court in the last half hour. The 87 year old Ginsberg, who had been battling illness for several years, died of complications from pancreatic cancer. Look back in her life from CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez. The year was 1993. When President Bill Clinton announced I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court Judge Ruth Ginsburg her background and judicial record as an A C L U attorney and a federal judge. Clearly indicated a person of liberal leanings and once on the court, she did not disappoint, says legal analyst Andrew Cohen. She supported abortion rights. She voted for important restrictions to the death penalty, and she refused to give President Bush on limited war powers over terror detainees. Justice Ginsburg had a strong work ethic, taking pride in not missing a day on the bench after two separate battles with cancer. Later she worked from home as she recovered from additional cancer and other health issues. Recently, the Supreme Court hears more arguments over the phone this morning with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participating from a Baltimore hospital. Still, the nation's 107th Supreme Court justice kept working because this is the best but also the hardest job. That I ever had. Debra Rodriguez CBS News AGAIN. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87 CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. And again re fate against Berg has died at 87. We will have special reports throughout Thie evening, and she was a maverick in many ways..
Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'
"Man is throwing his hat into the political ring here. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Saturday night Live has found. It's Joe Biden activism. Yes, Executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture Jim Carrey will step into the role this election season. Michael says he'll bring energy and strength to the part. As for Biden's political Rival every huge queue like Baldwin's been filling the president's shoes for the past few years, Maya Rudolph has already said she looks forward to returning as Kamala Harris. SNL returns to Studio H October 3rd. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News Right
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"It sells for around $2700. Debra Rodriguez. CBS News 7 30 for the governor of Louisiana claims Laura was the most powerful hurricane to ever hit the state piles of rubble where homes and businesses used to be others completely gone and some that survived but have no roofs are missing walls. Mike Steel in the Louisiana governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness says this scene is playing itself out over and over again Throughout the western portions of Louisiana. We still have areas like that all the way up. Three Port you know, they just Maybe having gotten the attention that Lake Charles has gotten, says the media shown just a sliver of the destruction. Dave Cohen for CBS News, New Orleans, Louisiana to this area. Residents of Plainfield and surrounding communities are remembering this day 30 years ago in the only category F five Tornado ever hit. The Chicago area wreaked havoc in all 29 people in Plainfield and area towns were killed. 350 people injured in the tornado that hit 30 years ago this afternoon. Dozens of single family houses and a couple of apartment buildings were destroyed. The storm had begun as a super cell in the Janesville and Rockford areas moving southeast, cutting a 16 mile wide path of destruction. Four motorists were killed when the tornado through their vehicles from the road at Plainfield High School volleyball team was preparing for a game in the gym when alarms went off and the players headed for a hallway. Moments later, the gym roof and walls came down. Bernie to foil NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM just 90 seconds. Thesis. Marquis answer than traffic weather. It's 7 36 Rashad Jennings, former NFL running back author and dancing with the stars chose financial in the United Way's share of vision. What better America And today I'm here with both organizations for the power.
Trump's postmaster general testifies
"Postmaster general faces questions from senators about cutbacks and delays. CBS's Debra Rodriguez reports. CBS News Special Report. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy has begun Testifying before a Senate committee on changes and cuts at the post office ahead of November this year, the Postal Service will likely reported loss of more than $9 billion. Democrats insist belt tightening will interfere with a pandemic your election that will likely lead to large numbers of mail in ballots. Joy insists changes must be made to ensure our sustainability for the years and decades of Michigan Democrat and ranking committee member Gary Peters sisters enjoy your decisions have cost Americans their health their time their livelihood, Sze And the peace of mind. I believe you owe them an apology for the farm you have caused And you you all all all all of of us us some some very very clear clear answers. answers. Today. Today. Changes Changes aimed aimed at at reducing reducing over over time time and and getting getting rid rid of of mail mail sorting sorting machines machines have have already already led led to to complaints complaints about about service service delays. delays. The joy is a major Republican donor.
Movie theaters are starting to reopen with retro films and prices
"Crowe's unhinged debuts at more than 100 AMC theaters. Reopening for the first time since March. If you're into oldies, but goodies shape up, Jane will sell retro price tickets at 15. Cents a pop for films like Greece, Ghostbusters and Back to the Future will be $5. After today, seating is socially distanced mask the must, and there will be thorough cleanings between shows Debra Rodriguez, CBS
Kansas City Chiefs Allowing Reduced Capacity at Stadium
"The Super Bowl champs are making plans for fans when they open the season next month. CBS's Debra Rodriguez fans will be back for some NFL action. Stroh's CAR Williams, Kansas City Chiefs say they'll open the stands to 22% seating capacity at Arrowhead Stadium in the new season begins in a few weeks. Tickets will go on sale next Monday. They'll be sold in grouped pods season ticket holders will get first
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Nine. Debra Rodriguez fact checkers or calling out President Trump for floating a false conspiracy theory about Joe Biden's new running mate. Mr. Trump cites an op ed in Newsweek questioning Kamala Harris eligibility, correspondent Ed O'Keefe explains. Harris's parents immigrated from Jamaica and India. She was born in Oakland, California. And any person born in the United States is an American citizen. So there's no doubt about Harris his eligibility. The attack here is the racist accusations Mr Trump once made against former President Barack Obama, according to Article two Section one of the Constitution of presidential candidate must be a natural born citizen of the U. S. A resident for 14 years and 35 years of age or older. Paris meets each requirement. Ah prestigious medical group is now recommending even tiny tots cover up during the pandemic. Correspondent CAMI McCormick, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued some new guidance for Children over the age of two. It says a vast majority can wear masks safely, and many will adopt just like they have two car seats and bicycle helmets. This guidance says as parents prepared to send them back to school and childcare face covering should be part of their new normal new numbers from the CDC show. One in four young adults say they've considered suicide over the last month. 40% site challenges linked to social distancing and stay at home orders. Israel and the United Arab Emirates have reached a historic agreement to establish normal diplomatic relations. The president's son and senior advisor Jared Kushner, led the talks, He tells CBS this morning. This is a dramatic.
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Fine. Debra Rodriguez. Russia claims It's beaten other countries to the punch with an antidote for the Corona virus. Correspondent Vicki Barker is at the foreign desk. There's been strong international skepticism about Russia's claims that it's developed an effective covert vaccine. That's usually determined only after many months of trials involving many thousands of people. But President Vladimir Putin insists the new vaccine has been proven to be safe and effective. And that one of his daughters has already had it suffering only a slightly elevated temperature. In response, CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vega says there are lots of missing details about Russia's reported vaccine. We don't know whether it actually protects and we don't know what will happen when large numbers of people or inoculated the Trump administration is reportedly considering a ban on Americans trying to return to this country if they're suspected of being infected with the virus. Oil. The law professor Laurie Levinson says it would surely face court challenges. That's a very broad and low standard and generally, citizens and permanent residents have a right to return. Congressman Anthony Gonzalez, a former Ohio State and NFL wide receiver, says it would be a big mistake to cancel college football programs because of Cove. It Florida State offensive lineman Andrew Boselli agrees with what I love to do. We just works very hard in the offseason to prepare ourselves for the full season. The A C C. The SEC, the Big 12 Pac 12 haven't made decisions yet. Big. 10 presidents are expected to meet this morning. Parts of the Midwest.
Chicago's Magnificent Mile Erupts In Overnight Looting, Violence
"Member F D I C. Dozens arrested. 13 Police officers hurt following looting in downtown Chicago overnight here, CBS's Debra Rodriguez. It was a night of violence and looting in Chicago. You're waking up in shock this morning, Mayor Lori Lightfoot after police arrested More than 100 people for breaking into upscale stores and the magnificent mile. You have no right, no right to take and destroy the property of others. Our residents deserve to be safe. Police Superintendent David Brown calls it an incident of pure criminality. He says shots were fired at police and officers returned that fire Brown reports. 13 members of his department were injured, he says. There will be a heavy police presence downtown until further notice. Many of the businesses that were ransacked had recently opened definite. The Chicago protests of George Ploys made 25th
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Debra Rodriguez C B S News this year might see another resurgence of a polio like disease. Sabina Cupid has the details since the mysterious illness first showed up in 2014. CDC Chief Robert Redfield says there seems to be an outbreak every two years of a FM, and that means 2020 could see one collision should suspect them. In patients with sudden limb weakness. Especially during the month of August to November. Acute placid myelitis or a FM is a neurological disease that's rare, but very serious. More than 90% of the cases have been in young Children. Sabrina Cupid for CBS NEWS Atlanta New Research finds that the rates of dementia and Alzheimer's disease have dropped over the past decade. A massive study including data from more than 49,000 men and women finds that rates of dementia have steadily declined over the past 25 years. Researchers at Harvard find that if the trend continues, there will be 15 million fewer people with dementia in the U. S and Europe. And there are now this despite warnings from advocacy groups warning of a huge surge in Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia. Study authors also found that men and women have equal rates of dementia, so many believe women arm or at risk. Allison Keys. CBS NEWS There are new guidelines concerning women's visits to the gynecologist. The American Cancer Society has updated it. Cervical cancer screening requirements recommends women undergo HPV testing rather than a PAP test. Every five years, starting at age 25 through 65. That's a later start in less frequent testing than what was previously recommended. The change was made so women have fewer unclear or incorrect. Pap test results..
Colbert and Corden Will Finally Leave Home to Host Their Late-Night Shows in New York and Los Angeles
"On the way for late night talkers. It's been a while since he's been in the studio come to my bathroom. I'm your host even will bear watching a very special social distancing edition of the Late show, called there will return to the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for the first time since March. James Coram Broadcasting to you right now from my garage home, gets to leave his backyard in L A and head back to Studio 56 a television city. Both hosts will begin production again next week with no studio audiences. Jimmy Fallon returned to the Tonight Show set in Manhattan two weeks ago. Debra Rodriguez CBS News
Isaias Lashes the US East Coast
"Fine. Debra Rodriguez it's pouring in Britain Mar, Pennsylvania as Tropical Storm Yes races up the East Coast. This woman in great Mills, Maryland, says her backyard has turned into a river. Just watching the water rise. Say yes was a Category one hurricane when it made landfall in Sea Isle Beach, North Carolina. Overnight storm surge in flooding rains prompted high water rescues in north and South Carolina. The storm was far worse at Oak Island, North Carolina than this woman expected. I was just looking out the window. Saw the neighbour's car's flight. It's Alec out the back window and I saw my jeep floating away. Just gone a Espana deadly tornado near the small town of Windsor in northeastern North Carolina. Several other confirmed tornadoes caused widespread damage at North Carolina and South Eastern Virginia. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85
"Brimley and actor known for playing Grumpy characters and his signature walrus moustache, has died at the age of 85. CBS's Debra Rodriguez looks back on his career. He was the Grand Pi and the Quaker Oats commercials. Bullitt Stephen Quaker Oatmeal Wilfred Brimley had roles in the natural and Cocoon has died and your grandma are are going going away. away. More More recently, recently, P P essays essays for for diabetes diabetes turned turned him him into into a a social social media media sensation. sensation. One One and and three three adults adults has has prediabetes prediabetes manager manager says says Grimley Grimley has has been on dialysis because of a kidney condition. Wilfred Brimley was 85 years old Debra
Garth Brooks Steps Out of CMA Entertainer of the Year Category
"Country Music star says he's heard this all too often and award for entertainer of the year goes to Garth Brooks is taking himself out of the running for the Country Music Association Awards entertainer of the year. Seven top prizes under his cowboy belt dating back to 1991 he says. It's time to give someone else a chance, he says. There's one tweet that really sticks in his head. Why doesn't this guy stepped down and leave it for the next generation? Brooke says he 100% agrees. Debra Rodriguez CBS
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Debra Rodriguez CBS News at 6 55 It's Money News on K Y double Deal. There's bluebirds, Larry cost. Cautious optimism ahead of the feds to day meeting gave stocks a modest lift. Traders are hoping the Fed will reinforce its low interest rate policy they know Jones industrial Average gained 115. The S and P added 20 for the NASDAQ climbed 1 73 The economic recovery remains on hold for 1/4 week. The dashboard designed by Bloomberg Economic shows the economy stalling his cases continue to rise and businesses the Lavery openings or are forced to shut down again. For Google employees it see you next summer. It's pushing back the reopening of its offices, and we'll let employees work from home until next July. It previously said they could do so through your rent. Oh, the Oprah magazine is ending its monthly prejudicial in with the December issue. After 20 years of publication publisher Hearst says the brand isn't going away but will become more digitally centric with some form of print. With money news from Bloomberg on K Y W I'm Larry coughed. A former University of California Los Angeles men's soccer coach has pleaded guilty to accepting $200,000 in bribes to help two students get into the school is recruits. Or gay Sal Sade Oh, admitted today to participate in the college admissions bribery scheme involving TV celebrities, other wealthy parents and elite universities across the country. Britain's Prince Philip has made a rare public appearance. Prince Philip came out of lock down.
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The coffin for the months long bombing approach to marketing. Swifts nemesis Kanye West was supposed to release his own album at midnight, donde with child named for his late mother, but no sign of it yet. Debra Rodriguez CBS news, Okay, this is gonna be hard for me to admit. Have you ever seen a Taylor Swift concert? No, I have I have and one of the best shows I've ever seen. Really? That's awesome. Just blew me away. But, you know, I'm looking to a Taylor Swift fan. Yeah. Here it is. 7 24 Here's another man born to be wild. Let's check on your money. Here's David Johnson. Tell me the truth. You lost a bet. Right? Susie? Could you see in there? I can see him rocking out at the literary. You're here. No, no, no, I didn't. But I may have been the only one there with grey hair. So liquor of those thie Oh, boy we got clocked yesterday and it was attack rag. That's what started it, and now that looks like it's going to continue, But we've also got other problems to deal with. US. U. S. China businesses escalated China's order the US to close a consulate in Chengdu After we close. There's in Houston and meanwhile, Secretary of State Pompeo made a speech just absolutely slamming China. So you've got that looming out there. And then you know, there was a lot of private taking a lot of selling into technology stocks yesterday, and that's an area that is just ripe. The Intel came with their earnings. The earnings were great revenues were better than expected, but they're delaying the rollout of a new chip. That was supposed to be a big deal. That stock is down. 89 $10 a share this morning, which is just unheard of, and it's dragging the whole area them. So the NASDAQ is probably the area of greatest concern right now looks down 111 points. The Dow looks down 99 points right down. Remember, there are a lot of technology stocks that are in there, and that's a problem to the price of crude, up 28 cents $41.35 goes up a dollar, 30 10 year rates 100.58%. We're seeing selling really around the world losses of over 1% in all the European markets, losses of well over 1% of the Asian markets.
"debra rodriguez" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Debra Rodriguez, the US has reached a dubious new distinction for 1,000,000 Corona virus cases, the most in the world. President Trump has had a change of heart about the Republican nominating convention in Jacksonville next month. The timing for this event is not right. Just not right with what's happened. Recently, the flare up in Florida. You have a big convention is not the right time. Yesterday, Florida joined California, Idaho in Tennessee and record numbers of covert deaths. But there is hopeful news from the West CBS's Laura Podesta in Arizona. New cases and hospitalizations are trending downward. There's no victory lap today, There's there's no celebration. Governor Doug Ducey indefinitely extended the state's closure of businesses like bars and Jim's. The president has announced new CDC guidelines for schools to Rio. After he criticized the previous one being too strict. A new Gallup poll finds 57% of K through trailed teachers are very concerned about going back to class. That's about three times higher than other workers fears about returning to the workplace. Pro players got back to the social ease distance game of baseball. Major League Baseball kicked off a 60 game regular season in Washington, but no fans allowed. My brother was going to come out. We're all gonna have a big party. It was something that I've been looking forward to ever since October 30th 1 that's won the World Series plans had to change. Dr Anthony found. She threw or bounce the ceremonial first pitch as the Yankees beat the champion nationals. In a game cut short by rain. In Los Angeles. The hometown Dodgers clobbered long I'm rival San Francisco Wayto one Tom Foti. CBS News Protest in Portland are still going strong. Demonstrators.
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"Debra Rodriguez protesters in Portland, Oregon, send a message to the mayor resign now their chant. Democratic Mayor Ted Wheeler was among the demonstrators as federal agents threw tear gas and stun grenades to try to keep crowds away from the federal courthouse. I am not blaming the feds solely I am absolutely calling out what the federal government is doing here in the city of Portland, because I do believe fundamentally, it is a threat. Two American democracy protestors let a large fire at the edge of offense erected around the building. The Trump Administration has ordered federal officers to other cities with high crime rates. For now, the president is sending hundreds of federal agents to Chicago, Kansas City and Albuquerque. Laments that officials in those and other cities aren't seeking the assistance. Chicago should be calling us and Social, Philadelphia and Detroit and others to go in and really helped them. Attorney General Bill Bar says Thie effort known as Operation Legend will use standard police tactics to track down and arrest violent offenders. Mr Trump says he's prepared to doom or we are ready, willing and able to go in there with great force. Steven Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington An assessment of the Corona virus pandemic from the country's top infectious disease, Dr Anthony Fauci tells CNBC think we ultimately will get control of it. I don't really see us eradicating it. There were more than 71,000 new cases confirmed in the US Yesterday, Almost 1200 people died and hospitalizations are up to nearly 60,000 in Florida Governor Rhonda Santis softening his dance on sending kids back to classrooms if the school district needs to delay the school year for a few weeks. That everything will be in good shape have at it. Statues of Confederate heroes will be coming down on Capitol Hill may vote. The A's of 305 the nasal 1 13 All Democrats and 72 Republicans voted in favor of a bill to remove symbols of men who upheld the right to own slaves and live in a segregated South. Major League Baseball's back today, but it'll look at sound a little different with no fans in the stands. Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg. It's pretty strange. To be honest, It's just what we got what we got to deal with. And you know, I think we're all competitors here. Dr. Anthony Fauci, scheduled to throw out the first ball when Washington host the Yankees, Dodgers and Giants play in Ella. He's come a long way since his early days with the Red Sox. Okay, Betts, grounded to the left of sense has agreed to a record 12 year, $365 million extension. The Dodgers. This is CBS News..
Tyler Perry gives 1,000 Kroger gift cards for cops to hand out to residents in Atlanta
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"Debra Rodriguez, another all time Corona virus High in the U. S. More than 63,000 cases. It break seven previous records set over the past two weeks. Florida, California and Texas report their highest single day death toll since the pandemic began. Texas governor Greg Abbott. I think the numbers are going to look worse, A CZ we're going to next week on. We need to make sure that there's going to be played in hospital beds available in the Houston area. Arizona and Nevada have both rolled back re openings, but another hard hit state is moving ahead. I'm Peter King in Orlando. This is the second day of Disney World Soft re opening the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom open for real tomorrow, but it won't be quite the same experience that Disney fans they're used to. All early reviews from guests have been good during the run throughs. One medical professional says opening Disney is like putting gasoline on a fire with covert 19 cases rising here. Disney World Actors say they want tests for the disease since they can't wear protective gear. The president will visit Doral, Florida today to get a briefing on drug trafficking from South America. There's a call to boycott Goya after the CEO of the country's largest Hispanic own food company, Praise the president during a visit to the White House yesterday, Robert Conway called the country blessed to have Mr Trump is a leader. Many are calling him out over the president's continuous attacks on Latinos. The hashtag going away is trending on Twitter. A federal judge has struck down in Indiana law that would have required medical providers to file reports with the state if they treat women for complications from abortions. The ruling issued this week by U. S. District Judge Richard Young came two years after he blocked the law from taking effect following its 2018 passage. Young sided with Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky and its challenge to the law. The role that the law was unconstitutionally vague because it didn't give doctors clear guidance on when they would have to report complications from abortion procedures. Bill.
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"Debra Rodriguez, hard hit Covad States are kicking it and reverse on re openings. There are now more than three million Corona virus cases in the U. S correspondent Peter King from Florida. Miami Dade still appears to have the worst of the outbreak with hospital beds in general filling up there, the head of the Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida, tell CBS News. The good news is that cases there are less severe the use of ventilators down and so our deaths Jackson Memorial in Miami has increased the number of I C u beds at one of its hospitals. But on ly about 1/3 in total are occupied within the system, Florida, Texas and Arizona among the red Zone states on the White House task force risk scale now. California Health officials link a covert spike in college students to UC Berkeley. Senior Michelle Jang blames France for throwing parties. No social distancing or mask rules. Stop having them because you're not only hurting yourself, but you're hurting everybody and vertically President Trump pushing public schools to reopen, threatening to withhold funding if they don't Economistspredictions morning's report from the Labor Department were reflected other 1.4 million unemployment claims. CBS's map, Piper says some airline workers will be filing soon lay off warnings went out to 36,000 United Airline employees from flight attendants, the pilot's gate agents to maintenance workers. The number comes out to about half of it's US staff. Officials with the Chicago based airlines say they hope to lessen the blow by offering early retirement to some bed Bath and Beyonce says it will close more than 20% of its stores. Sir Lau tabla plans to close 51 of its 121 stores after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The search resumes at Sun up for a missing TV star.
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Canadian marijuana company Tilray has first US pot IPO
"Changed when it comes to pot marijuana company is now trading on the NASDAQ after completing an initial public offering till Ray a Canadian. Company is the, first pot related business to complete an IPO and then trade on a major US stock exchange it's. A big step as the industry? Chases legitimacy to other Canadian marijuana companies started trading on the NASDAQ and new York Stock Exchange earlier this year American pot companies can't list on u. s. exchanges because the, drug is a legal under federal law when did you let CBS news archaeologists in Egypt have. Cracked open an ancient sarcophagus dating back two thousand years a week after they discovered it in a mystery tomb fifteen feet under. The ground, in Alexandria they. Found three decomposed skeletons inside floating. In red liquid sewage that. Leaked in, over the years they believe the skeletons are most likely the remains of military officials and one may have been hit by. An arrow Debra Rodriguez CBS. News This is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station KNX. Ten seventy. NewsRadio good morning, I'm Mark Austin Thomas our top local..
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"Tiara makers but from american tourists debra rodriguez cbs news it's too old five at the bay area's news station kcbs windy and little damp around the bay this morning but we should clear up by sunrise we've got a nice day had been on the cool side highs about sixty i'm john evans good morning after mark zuckerberg's three day visit to capitol hill including two days of testimony before congress facebook is pulling out of a of a campaign to defeat a privacy initiative in california kcbs has doug sovereign says the authors of the november ballot measure are thrilled about it facebook has been chipping in along with google comcast and others to oppose a measure that is likely to qualify for the november ballot it would let consumers know what information companies collect keep them from selling it and hold them accountable for data breaches now facebook is quitting back coalition emily no longer contribute to it mary ross of oakland is president of californians consumer privacy i think it's fantastic news i think that facebook finally realized that they can't say one thing but then spend money on opposing common initiatives like ours stephen spokesman for that opposition campaign says while facebook will no longer campaign against the measure is still doesn't like it they remain steadfast in their opposition to the initiative it's called it slot and unworkable and they join many many businesses in california and tech companies in opposing sure to be a big dollar fight in november with or without facebook on board doug sovereign kcbs emergency call records show one of the mothers who died when an suv plunged off a california cliff sent a text to a friend after child protective services visited the family home in the greater portland area in the tax she said that she was so sick she might have to go to a.