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Yellen’s nomination to be U.S. Treasury secretary advances on unanimous committee vote
"Today to confirm Janet Yellen is Treasury secretary. NPR's Scott Horsley has more yelling, has already led the Federal Reserve and served as a top White House economist in the Clinton administration. While Republicans on the Finance Committee expressed some differences with her policy positions, no one questioned her qualifications. If confirmed by the full Senate, Janet Yellen will be the 78th Treasury secretary and the first woman to lead the department. She's already matched the first Secretary Alexander Hamilton in scoring her own hip hop musical tribute. It only took a couple centuries. The first female secretary yet the change. Yeah. Great Public radio program Marketplace Commission that number from the artist Desa Secretary Element Service the administration's point person in addressing the economic fall out from the Corona virus pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington A full Senate vote is expected Monday on Wall Street. Today the Dow was
GOP lawmaker with gun sets off House chamber metal detector
"The U. S. capitol police departments investigating an incident involving a Maryland Republican lawmaker who was reportedly trying to enter the house chamber with a concealed gun metal detectors have been installed at the capitol after this month's deadly incursion that's apparently what alerted capitol police to Maryland Republican Andy Harris carrying a concealed weapon lawmakers can bring unloaded guns into the capital but not into either chamber of Congress the incident was witnessed by a reporter who said Harris was sent away by an officer and then tried to hand the gun to another lawmaker who refused it before coming back minutes later without setting off the metal detector here's a spokesman says the congressman has a weapons permit and abide by house rules adding Harris and his family have faced death threats Jackie Quinn Washington
Arizona, 15th state with legal pot, sees recreational sales
"Right now are Scottsdale story is open and has started accepting customers. We've had a handful of recreational sales already. Arizona marijuana dispensaries are now able to legally sell recreational Lee as off today, the State Health Department gave the green light to more than 85 dispensaries across the state. Steve Wide with the dispensary Harvest, Health and Recreation in Scottsdale says they're open and all weekend for a full list. You can go to Katie Jr dot com. You're
California attorney general launches civil rights probe of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
"Attorney general launches a civil rights investigation of the L. A County sheriff's department. The probe is aimed at identifying and addressing potential systemic violations of the rights of the people of L. A county by the larger representation and personnel at the Sheriff's department. That's according to Attorney General Javier Buscetta, since this investigation Go straight to the heart of the Sheriff Department's relationship with community. It is critical that members of the public come forward with any information they may have that can assist us in this investigation. He says. Allegations of excessive force retaliation and other misconduct are among the factors that prompted them to pursue the investigation. Action we're taking today is result of Having received credible information reports evidence from a number of sources over a period of time. In a statement, Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave a said he looks forward to the non criminal pattern and practice investigation, adding that they are eager to get this process started in the interest of transparency and accountability.
Over 4,900 new COVID-19 cases, 80 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts
"And when it comes to the latest Covad data in the Commonwealth, WBZ is Carl Stevens has the details. Its latest update from the state Department of Public Health has the highest cove in death toll that we've seen in more than a week. There are 80 newly confirmed deaths in this report, bringing the death toll to more than 13,700. There are more positive numbers to report, for example, the number of covert patients in hospitals is below 2900 for the first time in weeks, and the seven day positivity rate continues to go down. It's at around 5.5%. This is after more than 4900 newly confirmed cases, bringing the estimated number of active cases in the Commonwealth right now to more than 89,000. Carl. Steven, stop him easy, Boston's news radio
Texas attorney general challenges deportation freeze in first of promised lawsuits against Biden administration
"The Biden administration over a deportation pause. Well. 100 day deportation freeze by the Biden administration is unlawful and perilous, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton argues filing a lawsuit to challenge the Department of Homeland Security policy announced this week. Deportation pause does have exceptions. Excluding anyone engaged in terrorism, espionage or posing a danger to national security. Paxton claims to executive action violates federal law. As well as agreements made between Texas and DHS. The deportation freeze is one of several executive actions from President Biden, who also reversed the Trump era travel ban. Stop funding for border Wall construction in Washington. Jared Halpern
Houston Health Department receives additional 9,000 doses of vaccine; new appointments booked in minutes
"Health Health Department Department says says 1600 1600 new new appointments appointments for for the the covert covert vaccine vaccine were were booked booked within within five five minutes minutes this this afternoon afternoon this this after after the the department department said said they they received received an an additional additional 9000 9000 doses doses of of the the vaccine vaccine today. today. The The new new appointments appointments were were for for the the department's department's new new drive drive through through vaccination vaccination site site at at Del Del Mar Mar Stadium, Stadium, operated operated by by United United Memorial Memorial Medical Medical Center, which is set to open on Monday.
Philadelphia police officer accused of sexual assault of minor
"Officer could be fired after getting arrested today. A woman told police forty-year-old rahim montgomery sexually assaulted her about five years ago when she was a minor. Montgomery is a twenty year veteran with the police department. He's been suspended for thirty days and could be fired up to bat for the
Biden signs orders giving economic relief to working families hit hard by COVID-19
"In his 1st 55 hours is President Joe Biden has signed 29 executive actions. The two today we're focused on economic relief with hopes to speed up a two struggling Americans We get more now from CBS is Nancy Courtis. First one is the economic relief. One executive order the president signed today directs government agencies to find ways to pay all federal workers and contractors a minimum wage of $15 an hour in a national emergency. We need to act like we're in the national emergency. The other executive order urges the Agriculture Department to boost pandemic food benefits for low income families by 15%. It's meant to help parents like Craig Olds of Baytown, Texas, who lost his steel mill job in September. Food Bank will open saying 9 a.m. in the morning. Get there three hours early, just to make sure I'm actually in the line of fire enough that I'll get food. But executive orders on Lee go so far without legislation. Agencies can move money around, but they can't generate more of it. That's why President Biden is trying to sell lawmakers on a new $1.9 trillion plan. We can not will not let people go hungry. We cannot let people be a victim because nothing they did themselves. But Congress just passed a $900 billion relief bill last month. The A's of 3 59 and the appetite on the right for another package twice. The size is low.
Capitol Police questioned anew after Guard forced to garages
"The treatment of National Guard soldiers sent to protect Washington during the inauguration the sparked an outcry First Lady Jill Biden handed out cookies to National Guard soldiers were still at their posts in Washington DC the reports the troops have been forced to take breaks in a cool parking garage after being sent to protect the city incensed lawmakers like senator Chuck Schumer we made sure it was fixed immediately White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the president spoke to the chief of the National Guard by phone on Friday morning he talked about his own personal commitment and connection to the National Guard capitol police officers who spoke on condition of anonymity contradicted a statement from the interim chief saying they were told department higher ups had ordered the guardsmen out the garden capitol police issued a joint statement saying they have now coordinated to establish appropriate spaces within congressional buildings were on duty breaks Jennifer king Washington
California attorney general launches civil rights probe of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department
"General Hobby or Viscera, is launching a civil rights investigation of the L. A County Sheriff's department. It is because of serious concerns and reports that accountability and adherence to legitimate policing practices have elapsed at the sheriff's department that but Sarah says his office is undertaking the probe were doing that to determine if L. A s city has violated the law or the rights of the people of the County of Los Angeles. He says they are pursuing the investigation due to a number of factors, allegations of excessive force retaliation and other misconduct. And a number of recent reported incidents involving L A. S T management and staff. But Sarah stressed that this is not a criminal investigation in a statement, Sheriff Alex being away, Eva said during his administration. They have routinely requested the state Office of the attorney general to monitor their investigations, and they will provide immediate access to all information in their possession. Margaret
California DOJ To Investigate Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department For Possible Civil Rights Violations
"Department will be investigated for alleged civil rights violations, California's attorney General Ha ve, or viscera, making the announcement this morning, saying the probe Will determine if the department has engaged in a pattern of unconstitutional policing. The attorney general's announcement that the investigation of the nation's largest sheriff's department was prompted by allegations of excessive force retaliation another misconduct. He stressed that it is not a criminal investigation, but Sarah is President Biden's nominee to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. President
Alaska Is Ahead In Coronavirus Vaccinations
"Alaska appears to be ahead of everybody else getting shots into arms centers for disease control prevention finding that alaska has the most covid nineteen vaccinations per capita of any state. Raising the question. What's alaska doing that. Some other states are not katie. Oh oh's jeremy. Shay has more. Dr anthony inc alaska's chief medical officer first credits estates communities for working together to get people vaccinated quickly. Second she says. Alaska is getting more doses of the vaccine because of additional allotments for the department of defense department of veterans affairs and the indian health. We have the highest veterans per capita population. We have a large military presence and we have a large indigenous population with over two hundred and twenty nine sovereign tribes and because of those regions. We did get some additional vaccine in the state via the federal partnerships in. She says the state's been able to overcome logistical challenges. Posed by it's huge geographic area by arranging for monthly vaccine shipments. Instead of weekly like brother states
NYPD: Man Armed With Knife Fatally Shot By Officers In The Bronx, New York
"Police in the Bronx shot and killed a man who was threatening a woman with a knife. Let's get more on the story from the Wakefield section this morning, Here's 10 10 wins reporter Samantha Liebman. Two plainclothes narcotics officers officers were were driving driving when when they they came came upon upon the the dispute, dispute, which which chief chief of of department department Terrence Terrence Monahan Monahan says says stemmed stemmed from from an an argument argument the the day day before before You You got got away away yesterday yesterday as as she she sees sees him him again again today. today. He He approached approached her her and and the the dispute dispute escalates escalates again. again. Today, Today, few few people people tried tried to to intercede intercede on on the the corner. corner. She She ran ran and and open open up. up. Police Police officers officers got got out out of of the the car and got this all happening around 6 15 last night at Barnes Avenue in 233rd Street, which was still closed off this morning, The two officers got out of the car to confront the knife wielding man clearly id'ing themselves several times man turned around. And ran toward the charges and the detective. They fired 5 to 6 shots. He was pronounced dead at Montefiore Hospital, where police say they were covered more knives from him. Samantha Lippman, 10 10 Wins and Wakefield, the Bronx,
Bottoms confident in new public safety efforts following violent year, Atlanta
"Good morning. Atlanta. Here's what's happening A PD units, including out violent crime reduction, team and gun assault scene. Have continued to make progress, removing over 678 guys off the streets and apprehending some 385 offenders in our maybe T chief Rodney, Brian and mayor Bottoms say they're working on a plan to tackle violent crime in the city. The Mirror is not all that impressed, though, with ideas from other city leaders that include revamping Atlanta's public safety units earning city department is very costly on but also, quite frankly, It's um you know, under the purview of the administration, aceto how we we read or instead, bottom says the city is enhancing its surveillance camera networks and combating Nuisance properties. The police department is also expected to present a 90 day plan on reducing crime homicides rose nearly 60% from 2019 to 2020, long time veteran with a lot of our rescue is being tapped to head of the department. Their bottoms announced that Rodrick Smith is being promoted to service chief upon the retirement of Randall Slaughter. Smith has worked for Atlanta far for over two decades, including his most recent position as deputy chief of technical
Atlanta mayor says creating new City of Buckhead won’t solve crime problem
"Good morning. Atlanta. Here's what's happening. The plan calls for additional resource is and targeted enforcement on gains and gun violence. Mary Bottom says there's a plan to get tough on crime. She had interim police chief Rodney Bryant speak of rejoining with some state agencies and the Fulton County Sheriff's Department. And getting the bad guys off the street. I'm looking forward to continuing the working relationship, not just with the district attorney and our new sheriff, but with all of our partners on the focus on decrease in violent crimes. Meanwhile, a new group frustrated by crime is pushing for bucket to break away from Atlanta. The mayor says creating a new city of Buckhead will not solve the crime problem.
New York City Department of Sanitation Worker Charged In Connection To US Capitol Riot
"York City sanitation worker has been charged in connection with the assault on the Capitol, court documents say. Dominic Madden was identified through photos that appeared in an article in The New York Post. Showed him at the scene on January 6th. He has been suspended from the department and has been charged with violent entry into the capital remaining in a restricted building and disorderly conduct. In a restricted building. Theo Empta
Spike in Chicago carjackings, police say
"Mork Car jackings reported in Chicago last night, Just a Chicago police announce another new strategy to deal with the spiking Carjackings. WGN's Judy Wang has the latest. Another four Carjackings happen overnight. This happened right after the Chicago Police Department announced plans to beef up its resource is in response to the spike in the number of cases there have already been nearly 150 Carjackings so far this year. This incident happened just after eight. Last night, a woman was sitting in her BMW sedan. Near 46, South Ellis, a car pulled up Two men got out in one of them pointed a gun at the woman They took off with her car, her purse and her cell phone. Police say a third person followed behind the stolen BMW. The car was eventually found near 41st and Cali, a match that incident was not hurt. Police are still looking for suspects. In the other overnight Carjackings. Two men stole a 19 year old woman's car. As she was about to pump gas. Another victim was a bride share driver in Bucktown Police Superintendent David Brown, urging residents of the city to reach out to young people to help them make better
"department public" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"I hope you're well today. Good morning. There. I'm doing just done Hope you are as well. We are as well. It's good to hear so well, what's going on it man like these days. Well, we're doing great and staying busy as usual at manner like we're trying to keep everyone engaged with the various activities during this very challenging time, but we're still facing So how are we doing that? Well with a lot of different activities, of course, keep everybody busy. But once the downfalls has been the restrictions on indoor visitation for family members, Yeah, and that's tough on both sides. The resident and the families right now due to the Hall County positively right, We have to go by. We can only allow window visit to some petty of business on our memory care neighborhood where we we do have patio heaters. They're good, but it's still dependent. Yes, still depend on the weather. Of course, the DPH or department public health guidelines that like I said, we have to adhere to states as long as Hall County is about 10%, we cannot have indoor business. The right as of yesterday afternoon was 22.9. So we're a ways from getting back to 10%, which we were at prior to Thanksgiving, but it's gradually coming down. And it picked around Thanksgiving time and has been a has almost 30% for the two week average. And and but and you guys had your vaccinations last week as I recall, so that's certainly some good news anyway. As far as keeping your residents safe. Right, and we have the second round on February the second, we could only hope that the general public is being more careful for one thing, and that the backs that vaccine does have an impact on the number of positive cases. Yeah, and you guys are still doing all the normal protocols as you said, And that means testing your folks to make sure that they are negative and staff as well. So I know that that's going well. Yes, we do that every week. It's a matter of fact. We have our testing clinic today. And we're of course, like you said, still taking the recommended precautions to keep rested, then steps safe and healthy, Okay when, but in the meantime, you're still having MoveOn's I'm guessing and you're still doing virtual visits. We sure are. We have several movements already this month and several of tours that we've given and will continue to do that. Yeah, the best protocols ever to make sure that the folks there safe and while they're they're having a good time in the process, you guys do a great job with that, Uh, folks want to find out more best way to get in touch with manner like Yes. The easiest place just cost 678940, 11 01 and four more information or schedule a tour on or visit our website manner like gaby dot com and, of course policy on Facebook to see all the fun activities we do There you go dream a good to get the good word. Keep those folks safe. I know you will, and we'll look forward to that number coming down when people can get back together again. Absolutely have great day I take she take care of news on the way Next, much like the weather. Your life could change at the drop of a hat. Don't be caught unprepared. This is Sam Cuvee on with Turner Wooden Smith. You don't know what will happen tomorrow. But no matter what happens, you can make sure your loved ones are provided for with a life insurance policy from auto.
"department public" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Home and stop spreading the virus partying in the pandemic. Crowds of people packed shoulder to shoulder outside L, a restaurants, drinking, talking loudly, not wearing face masks or large gatherings at homes. You can thank them for the 10 P.m. curfew. This is already a risky time because there is more transmission in our community Epidemiologist and BIOS. Detention at UC San Francisco Kristen Bivens Domingo tells KNX people just need to hunker down into The vaccine is available. We're at a time of the holidays when we all want to get together with our family with our friends. We all want from relief from this confident shutdowns and bubbles and talks of all of these things. And so this is a time of higher risk is when we have to be the most cautious, statewide covered cases among people ages 18 to 49 or more than all other age groups combined. Emily Valadez Kay Next 10 70 news radio. I'm Brian paying one reason why l. A county is moving toward the idea of business curfews and away from total lockdowns could be because the lighter option doesn't really work really time for us to stop focusing on lockdown and more on smarten up. Dr. Michael hurt with the Center for Integrative Medicine in Tarzana, tells KNX he's not convinced the county's plan to impose a curfew on businesses will be all that effective either. He says. Similar restrictions on businesses in Europe have failed to yield any real progress against the virus. Wish our mayor would read his own page of the Elevate Department Public Health, which Says. If you own an establishment like that, putting a HEPA filter an air scrubber inside your business can help to reduce the chances of covert spread. You have to clean the air as well as you clean your hands, and we can put this thing to rest. Doctor. Hertz says There's too much messaging out there about canceling plans altogether. And he says, we need to use more common sense to reduce our exposure when we're out of the home. Rain. Ping KNX 10 70 NewsRadio. How serious is it? Well, l. A county's virus numbers are still soaring. 35 mortgage. It's almost 4300 new infections confirmed during the latest reporting period. And although that new case number is down from the previous day's record daily high of more than 5000, it's still a lot more than just a few weeks ago, and that has health officials very worried about what might lie ahead. They are also stressing that the rising count isn't just the result of more testing, but instead reflects a much higher rate of positive virus tests. That rate was below 4% earlier this month. It's now about 7%. We have the latest numbers in Orange County. They were more than 800 world That is more than 800 new cases with 11 additional deaths in the O. C. Black Friday is the unofficial start of the holiday shopping.
"department public" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Special in the squeaky wheel is Elon Musk. California Department Public health, saying its new covert 19 order. These stay at home order does not apply to Tesla employees who are now essential workers. You'll recall yuan must defied state and county health orders and kept their factory running. When they wanted the county, one of them to shut it down to basic operations, But now they're deemed to be essential so that factory will keep working market overall today, lower lower on the week, but less than 1% despite the economic shutdown's going moving across the country as a matter fact, one major banks said today. They believe we will have a negative growth rate in terms of economic rose in the first quarter of next year. I guess that all depends on how quickly a vaccine is distributed. The Fizer vaccine went to the FDA today for emergency authorization use. Out out to 19 and 29 to 63 NASDAQ Down 49 11 8 54, the S and P down 24 points, Gold up 13 and 18 70 to announce And your body will 0.82 Thanks to Kelly there, it's 6 24 at kfbk. Building a better Sacramento KFBK. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil's getting close to the Holidays. Salvation Army gearing up to help raise money for the less fortunate in Sacramento County. They need your help. Captain Emanuel Missing. Go, says the Salvation Army still needs two things to continue. Their good work This season.
"department public" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And conditions apply traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Night, Clear and chili with a low 35 to 39 an abundant amount of sunshine for tomorrow with a high 62 to 66 I'm AccuWeather's Gregory Patrick News 93.1 kfbk. 61 in Sacramento and Roseville has 57 Citrus Heights 57 degrees. Let's get some business and money news. Now it's Kelly Brothers. He's from Genevieve's Burford and brothers. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. The special in the squeaky wheel is Elon Musk. California Department Public health, saying its new covert 19 order. These stay at home order does not apply to Tesla employees who are now essential workers. You'll recall yuan must defied state and county health orders and kept their factory running. When they wanted the county wanted them to shut it down to basic operations. But now they're deemed to be essential so that factory will keep working market overall today, lower lower on the week, but less than 1%. Despite the economic shutdown's going moving across the country as a matter fact one major banks said today they believe we will have a negative growth rate in terms of economic rose in the first quarter of next year. I guess that all depends on how quickly a vaccine is distributed. Fizer vaccine went to the FDA today for emergency authorization. Use doubt out to 19 and 29 to 63 NASDAQ Down 49 11 8 54, the S and P down 24 points. Hold up 13 and 18 70 to announce 10 Year Bond deal 100.82 are thanks to Kelly Brothers Coronavirus. Very latest Corona virus Pandemic KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Experts at Johns Hopkins University speaking today about the impact of the pandemic on the country, Beth.
"department public" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Cases. Very, very worrisome. Another change smaller gatherings. They will be limited to 15 people from a maximum of three households. Emily Bell Dez can extend 70 news radio. I'm Brian paying one reason why l. A county is moving toward the idea of business curfews and away from total lockdowns could be because the lighter option doesn't really work really time for us to stop focusing on lockdown and more on smarten up. Dr Michael hurt with the center for Integrative Medicine. Tarzana tells KNX he's not convinced the county's plan to impose a curfew on businesses will be all that effective either, he says. Similar restrictions on businesses in Europe have failed to yield any real progress against the virus. Wish our mayor would read his own page of the Elevate Department Public Health, which says if you own an establishment like that, putting a HEPA filter an air scrubber inside your business can help to reduce the chances of covert spread. You have to clean the air as well as you clean your hands, and we can put this thing to rest. Doctor. Hertz says There's too much Messaging out there about canceling plans altogether. And he says, we need to use more common sense to reduce our exposure when we're out of the home. Brian Ping KNX 10 70 news radio, the emotional the financial toll of the pandemic on full display in Orange County. Top county health official broke down during a supervisor's meeting, Orange County supervisors voted to extend the local health emergency to December 15th. And when it came time for their top health doctor, Dr Clayton Chow to speak tearfully. He urged people to wear masks. How this would affect them. And so I'm asking the computer T to continue to make sure that we do everything we can to protect each other. And so that we could bring back jobs. Supervisors did vote to set aside a million dollars of federal cares Act money money for restaurant so they can stay in business as the county dips back again into the purple tear. Just as the weather gets cold purchasing heat lamps, heaters, lighting and or tense canopies. Restaurant owners.
"department public" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"department public" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Covered rates so low in Boston is college students were turned to the area disease, Karen Regal as Morris Ting rates are up significantly in the city, and that's largely due to the influx of students being tested. Psychologist says the mayor, speaking of colleges, large gatherings. Still not okay. Avoid large gatherings. We saw one over this weekend, a large gathering and I believe it was in Dorchester. We're asking people those dangerous. Those dangerous not only have the large gatherings But the danger is for you the dangerous for people around you. If you're if you're sitting asymptomatic, and you don't know you carrying the virus, you can get other people sick people around you. That might be symptomatic can get you six or ask you to be very, very careful. They're hot spot remains East Boston. At City Hall, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio. Nationally, things may go from bad to worse because of the pandemics. Financial strain states. The Koven 19 economic downturn by shaking the confidence of residents. It's estimated state and local governments will have budget shortfall so $500 billion through next summer. That assumes the Corona virus pandemic doesn't get worse. Jim Krystle to CBS News, CEO of Cambridge Pace modern adjoining the heads of eight other big pharma companies. Pledging to maintain high ethical standards and sound scientific principles in developing a covert vaccine. The CEO's point to a clear guidance from the FDA and vowed to submit a vaccine for approval or emergency use authorization on Lee after it has gone through Phase three of clinical study and also promising to make any vaccine available globally. Latest numbers the Massachusetts Department Public health when it comes to Cove in 19 in the common Law, 168 newly reported cases today on just over 9400 new test. There's 121,214 confirmed cases of cove in 19 in Massachusetts. State also reporting eight new deaths. Today, Somerville begins entering Phase three of the states, where the opening plan about two months later than most of Massachusetts beginning today, you can start to work up a sweat again and.
"department public" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Executives of nine drugmakers likely to produce the first covert 19 vaccines are promising that they'll be safe and effective. The chief executives, including the CEO of Cambridge based Madonna, say they'll maintain the highest ethical and scientific standards and testing and manufacturing of their vaccines. More from CBS's Diane King home. Big Pharma is teaming up, pledging not to see government approval of a covert 19 vaccine until it is deemed safe and effective. Nine CEOs announced their United commitment today in an unusual move among rivals, including Madonna, Visor and Johnson and Johnson. Companies have all been separately racing to come up with a vaccine for the Corona virus, says the FDA has established clear guidance for vaccine development. Therefore, they will only submit a vaccine for approval or emergency use authorization after it has gone through phase three off a clinical study. Morning Iris testing in Boston Laboratory's been stopped after the investigation found more than 300 positive test. There were actually negative. The Massachusetts Department public Health says it started looking at origins lab in the seaport in early August because of an unusually high positivity rate of tests. And testing there was stopped August 8th cheesy TV reports, investigators retested samples at an independent lab and found at least 383 in Massachusetts were erroneously positive. 203 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Trouble spots were added to the West. Panis is in sudden mass Sutton 1 46 North bound, It's locked up a mile and a half. Through sudden. This is a problem with a dump truck that was being towed on a flatbed. It stalled out there was a spill there Anyways. It's a crash cleanup 1 46 north before the Central Turnpike. That's exit seven. You want to be in the far left lane to get through there now elsewhere. Things were pretty good out West with that odor, Reggie for 95, the Mass Turnpike to 90 all in decent shape right now. Delays to the south. No surprise. Route three North is jammed up well over four miles through Plymouth, starting after exit to a past exit three with a new issue there. You're down to one lane. The expressway South. Here we go already Stop and go from the tunnel. And most of the way down to the gas tank is not too bad after that, But you can certainly count on 30 minutes already. 30 minutes, Boston to Braintree. North bound seems to be okay. A little slow coming up through Quincy and East Milton up to the north. Things air. Good 1 28 off to a good start, Route three and 93 north or okay to my king double. BBC's traffic on the three.
"department public" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Data released by the department public safety shows three hundred eighty one people died on roadways all of last year still the overall trend is downward office of traffic safety director Mike Hanson says the crashes and fatalities can in part be attributed to the strong economy when you have good economic times you have more people traveling you have more miles traveled more vehicles on the road and so those crashes are going to typically trend upward officials say high speeds led to the most italics followed by not wearing a seatbelt impaired driving and distractions hope to get more later today about a fatal police chase yesterday in Owatonna that left two people dead police chasing an assault suspect apparently the attacker actually get into a vehicle with another person and raced from the scene after a brief high speed chase the car slammed into a post while exiting interstate thirty five both of the occupants were killed it's not clear if the passenger was actually the victim of the reported assault police have not identified either one of them men dot urging drivers to be extra careful this holiday weekend many last hurrah of this season at places like the cabin one of the most troublesome construction spots at the interstate thirty five split in forest lake where there are lane and ramp closures and signaling traffic to watch out for in the metrolink luger's rhyme place on thirty five W. between downtown and across town in the metrolink luger's are in place on thirty five W. between downtown and across town on four ninety four the Inver Grove heights area and on I ninety four in the east metro interchange men dot is encouraging drivers to think about alternate routes this weekend and to be prepared for slow moving traffic Jerry Peterson news talking three oh WCCO the twenty make a little baseball history in Chicago yesterday one one pitch a fly ball deep left center field and then is going back still going on the track at the wall that pulls that solo Homer by Jake he was the one hundred thirty ninth will run the twins of it on the road this season that breaks in MLB record twins did have to wait long to add to that record either CJ crone hit a Homer the very next at bat he also hit another home run later in the game the twins are now just seven home runs away from sending the Major League Baseball team record for homers in an entire season again another crack at it tonight when they go to Detroit to take on the Tigers if Tigers story about a cougar first Bloomington now Eden prairie police say one was spotted a cougar that is last week it's tearing like yesterday another perhaps the same one was captured on a surveillance camera your purgatory creek just a couple weeks ago Bloomington at a similar sighting I'm Steve Sampson a news talk a three oh WCCO I'm Dave believe WCCO out here at the Minnesota state fair good morning Minnesota hospital given what nine o'clock or eight o'clock rather would come out anyway Hey you know who we just saw here one of the big guy cut your heart trucks ladder delivering product to the state fair a lot of the great challenges and the food is featured certainly out here at the bundle so a great get together Mike I just made that up well I I I latched on to the tail gate in and and try to get try to go with the truck I got away with it for about a black you know well lo fi side yeah and it's funny because your name is your destiny right we said Hey what one time we're both nickname lo fi yes but he's lo fi for reason he represents loaves of bread over their country heart the village chart but you know what I would say to see lo fi there's a couple ways to do that go to Instagram I always on there a lot but also I would wonderful to heat it love it could be a she too I'm not real sure we never checked low but see what bathroom here she goes it but anyway so low for use on the the bread and at what you'll do is you'll see a lo fi on Instagram also got something Cookin but today on Facebook country hard the middle chart give away free product all you do is like the page and you're eligible for now opportunity to have country hard to build chart bread it's that simple which you want to do when you get a chance stop by the store pick some up I got a day though the artist heart though man there's some good brothers at like four different artists and harsh and now they got the rustic white bread which is a real fix lights Hey what country are the military all those big in their best just for you and me don't miss summer is here and there's no better time to hit the road at AutoZone we've got the free services you need to drive with confidence like our free autos alluded to you can choose from over a hundred specialty tools borrow the one you need to get the job done right we offer all sorts of tools for all sorts of jobs.
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"To help find a police US you these stolen from the department's public parking lot. Sergeant Mark Marty says the departments, especially concerned because they were loaded firearms inside the SUV can be released from within the vehicle, but you have to know the way to be able to release it. I'm guessing based on the amount of time or someone had enough time, they could cut the weapons out. One of the weapons stolen Friday is an fifteen assault rifle. The other is a police shotgun. The black and white twenty eighteen Ford explorers. Marked as unit number nine with a license plate number that ends in the numbers, two three eight a controlled burn as taking place in part of Riverside County, and it will take place again on Friday. Cal Cal fire says drifts smoke will be visible near the lake Mathews area, east of corona, an army veteran who served in Afghanistan has been indicted in LA for allegedly plot. Adding to set off bombs at a rally in Long Beach. Alex stone says Mark Domingo allegedly considered various attacks targeting Jewish people churches and police officers, but settled on the rally as payback for attacks against Muslims, dinn-, go allegedly express support for violent jihad and didn't know the many was working with rank surely undercover FBI agents, the FBI's is the explosives Domingo thought he had we're actually inert yummy bet could get life in federal prison. If convicted six police officers killed in the line of duty. I've been honored at the fiftieth annual LA county peace officers memorial ceremony LA county sheriff's deputy Joseph, Blair remembered, his father, Stephen, was killed in nineteen ninety five when Blair was six. He says the extended law enforcement family is never forgotten him or his family at every turn in life, holidays. Graduations, or if I just needed advice they kept their vow to be there when my father could not. I like to thank them once again today, make sure their example became a deputy sheriff left, July families of officers from guardian Pomona who died last year released a white dove at the ceremony yesterday. A new research project says people hesitant against vaccinations can be convinced, otherwise just by meeting, someone who has had a vaccine preventable disease. The research was done by a team of scientists from Brigham Young University. The result showed sixty eight percent of people surveyed who are not really, for vaccines became more pro vaccine by the end of the study President Trump has announced he won't work with Democrats on issues like infrastructure. Unless all the rush investigations. Stop Trump says he told that to the top two Democrats in congress when they showed up for talks at the White House yesterday, we're going to get everything done. We're doing a lot without them. Let them play their games. We're going to go down one track at a time. Let them finish up. And we'll be all said, thank you, everybody. House Democrats issued subpoenas for two more former White House workers this week Trump administration says it's cooperating with investigators but it's pushing back on subpoenas speaker Nancy Pelosi calls the president's actions, a cover up and a woman in Poland has given birth to six babies. It's believed to be the country's first case of sex Toplitz..
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"Really kicks off today tonight Friday Saturday Sunday where he talked to hunter stable. Hopefully, I'm saying that correctly. Hunter has a short in the film festival is called BNB. I watched it this morning. It's a short. I watched the whole thing this morning. All I'm going to tell you about BNB is it's sick. In a really good way. Hunter will be here to we'll do our monthly our about food in Santa Fe. Three o'clock today. Pam Royal being Pam is the executive director of a nonprofit called farm-to-table also coordinator of these Santa Fe food policy council. Talk about food food security food issues at three o'clock with pan ROY four o'clock today. More film. But this one is Santa Fe based Santa Fe made in it is about. Well, the film is called frequent caller we'll have in grey Cairns and Andrews mercutio Andrews is an EMT. It's about people who were in the past have called nine one one to get to the doctor. So under the gun Zola's administration. Heavier mayor Gonzales and Sanford, fire department police department public safety decided, you know, we should have a we should have a better way of dealing with this. Because so many of the calls for the fire department are for people who are not feeling. Well. Were they are legitimately six. So let's be proactive anyway death. What this film is about is called frequent caller. We'll talk to Greg and Andre at four o'clock tonight. Four two four twelve sixty want to be on the show shoot me. An Email, Richard Santa Fe dot com. All right. Let's talk a little bit. Well, before we get into talking actual political stuff. If you have not voted you're waiting to early vote early voting. Starts saturday. Right. It'll run through Saturday November the third. As we come down to the last Tuesday next Tuesday is two weeks before the midterms. So early voting starts on Saturday. You wanna go early vote? If you're one of early vote on Saturdays, the hours are this ten AM until six PM on Saturdays..
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"A department's public information officer garrett reportedly involved with a woman who has a criminal history dating back nearly ten years officers arrested her on memorial day sing she exhibited strange behaviour or the announcement of who will be la's new police chief apparently right around the corner mayor says he expects to make an announcement on monday on who will succeed lapd t charlie beck i'm i hope to yes i don't want to totally box myself in but i expect eric garcetti says they still have to complete final interviews with the three final candidates la assistant police chief michael moore deputy chief robert arcos and current san francisco police chief william scott who also served in the lapd for twenty seven years it's nice that we have a city that is so representative that there are candidates that could make history or represented and communities but we need a chief will represent everybody i'm confident all three can now it's about the chemistry and the this moment in his eight year run as chief june twentyseventh in torrance karen adams ten seventy newsradio ellie man who posted some really disturbing videos on youtube threatening to shoot up his old university going to spend the next few years behind bars and one of the videos the man claimed he'd much rather go on a killing spree than dire commit suicide in another one of david kenneth smith video ranch he could be seen lying in bathtub with a handgun on his chest rambling about various grievances he had was soka university in a lease oviedo one of his videos was even titled who to kill he also sent emails to a university staff member threatening to put the small campus on the map by making examples of people nobody would forget orange county sheriff's deputies arrested him at his la partment and found nine loaded guns a jury convicted him of making criminal threats and he's now been sentenced to three years in prison cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio a woman who made an emergency landing putting her a small plane down on a street in huntington beach being praised for her piloting skills and this happened during the afternoon rush hour on hamilton avenue and lune street scott bird flew over the scene and sky through this pilot did a wonderful job.
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"The department's public information officer garrett is reportedly involved with a woman who had a criminal history dating back nearly ten years officers arrested on memorial day saying she exhibited strange behaviour the announcement of who will be la's new police chief apparently right around the corner the mayor says he expects to make an announcement on monday on who will succeed lapd chief charlie beck i'm i i hope to yes i don't wanna fully box by seven but i expect eric garcetti says they still have to complete final interviews with the three final candidates la assistant police chief michael moore deputy chief robert arcos and current san francisco police chief william scott who also served in the lapd for twenty seven years it's nice that we have a city that is so representative that there are candidates that could make history or you know represents her and communities but we need to represent everybody i'm confident all three can now it's about the chemistry and this moment in his eight year run as chief june twentyseventh in torrance karen adams canucks ten seventy newsradio meli man who posted some really disturbing videos to youtube threatening to shoot up his old university is going to spend the next few years behind bars in one of the videos the man claimed he'd much rather go on a killing spree than dire commit suicide in another one of david kenneth smith video rans he could be seen lying in bath bathtub with a handgun on his chest rambling about various grievances he had with soka university in a lease oh va ho one of his videos was even titled who to kill he also sent emails to a university staff member threatening to put the small campus on the map by making examples of people nobody would forget orange county sheriff's deputies arrested him at his l a partment and found nine loaded guns a jury convicted him of making criminal threats and he's now been sentenced to three years in prison cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio a woman who made an emergency landing put her small plane down on a street in huntington beach is being praised for her piloting skills this happened during the afternoon rush hour on hamilton avenue in nulan street scott burt flew over the scene and sky threes pilot did a wonderful job the.
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"When officers arrived to investigate bottles reportedly thrown at them no officers were hurt one detective says the crowd was as large as one hundred and fifty to two hundred people nine people were arrested and they face charges including failure to disperse and battery on a police officer police officers shot a man to death outside a gym in torrance this happened at hawthorne boulevard and del olmo ever calls the nine one one reporting a shirtless man in his thirties armed with a knife at times holding up a snake lies on threaten to people a lady and a gentleman who was jogging torrance police responded tried to talk the man down eventually fired a beanbag at him i didn't even look like you know harm them at all he ended up getting up turning his back to the officers pumping himself up like trying to pump himself up with adrenalin and energy and then he turns around and goes marching straight to those officers with no intention to stop and that's when they opened fire keith thinks he heard six shots in total the use of force investigation is happening in cooperation with the la county da's office in torrance craig figure knx ten seventy newsradio inch county sheriff's captain is retired three days after being put on leave amid an internal investigation into his off duty conduct captain lainela garret oversaw the jail in and previously served as the department's public information officer the garrett reportedly involved with a woman who has a criminal history dating back nearly ten years officers arrested her on memorial day saying she exhibited strange behaviour of the announcement of who will be la's new police chief apparently right around the corner the mayor says he expects to make an announcement on monday on who will succeed lapd dt charlie beck i'm i hope to yes i don't want to totally box by something but i expect eric garcetti says they still have to.
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"The united states as of twenty eighteen and as of two thousand sixteen firearms accounted for fifty one percent of those same suicides men are also three point five times more likely to die by suicide than women and as of twenty fourteen twenty one point five million american adults battled substance abuse according to the national survey and drug use and health no amount of fame fortune or love could stop kurt from killing himself if that is truly what he wanted to do to pression especially coupled with drug addiction can be a mentally difficult to overcome although kurt's death is certainly interesting there's simply not enough evidence to support the murder conspiracies surrounding it kurt and courtney may not have had a perfect relationship but we don't think she would have killed him or conspired to do so at least at one point she loved him and he was the father of her child gordon is innocent strange details like the lack of legible fingerprints kirch credit card activity in the different size lettering on kurt suicide note aren't enough to say he was murdered by anyone in twenty four teen as the twentieth anniversary was approaching the seattle police departments public information unit asked the kurzweil be reopened detective michael kozinski reviewed the case and determine the initial ruling was correct kurt committed suicide he came to this conclusion based on the lack of concrete evidence to the contrary the details people find most suspicious like the lack of legible prints on the gun and the high levels of heroin and kurtz bloodstream can be explained with science so well it is certainly possible to speculate about the case we agree with detective shows in ski kurt killed himself on april fifth nineteen ninetyfour before that he dramatically influenced grunge music and brought alternative rock to mainstream audiences kurt cobaine was a complicated thoughtful person who.
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"All the healthy agencies and all the airquality agencies and government nothing yet a nor dole made the point said los angeles county department public health they should have had doctors and the surrounding areas conduct their own tests why don't they didn't so he did his oldies said the department's to air simple spoke he just kept saying everything's fine no long term effects how's the la county department of health bought off yeah you would think they'd wanna do something like this yes so what's what's the story there why would they not be interested when you've got two people were experiencing nose bleeds all this time later dizziness and nausea and and all these i mean lithium uranium in styrene this all sounds terrible so we'll talk about that coming up soon in santa rosa things are getting better but a tremendous amount of damage and death has happened with all those fires alex stone endlessly covering some disaster it seems less there for weeks alex houria hey guys doing wow i'm in a neighborhood right now where there is a bulldozer cutting fire live fire up above it heading down toward the neighborhood right now i am the rick a fraction of the neighborhood very here f bill bidwill pink because they acquire regarding paragraph was made right overdose area plane passed over it and in this area paying it it looks like you walked into candy land all the rooftop light oh the power poll called decreed everything is a bright pink color waiting for the claims to combat down into it if area there hoping that they walk they are gaining up an upper hand out a lot of acquired this one is still the the the bad guy although the they cannot get they've got fifteen percent can payment on this fire the oakmont fire while they're dating a lot of condemn it on the other one and their new clunkers being stubborn and they cannot yet.