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"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

"Regular on a daily basis and multiple servings that really is the problem What is one drink 5 ounces of wine one and a half ounces of liquor or a 12 ounce beer Michelle Murillo P news You don't know that Marilyn healthcare workers across the state are scrambling their trying to retrieve their new licenses and get renewals so they can go to work This comes after the health department's website was hacked earlier this month From nurses occupational therapists I mean everybody's just been stopped Sharon meters says she can't get a copy of the new therapist license she spent a year training for and thousands in fees to obtain It's locked away on Maryland's health department's website which has been offline since a cyberattack this month You can't move forward You know I can't apply for a job I'm just stuck The state says it's IT team has restored 90% of the data hacked and are working to get the rest in the meantime matters wants an alternative We just want some answers Can't you print these out You've already had news There's been a recall from Tesla that you should know about correspondent Diane king hall Tesla is recalling nearly half a million vehicles due to technical glitches that may cause accidents The automaker says there's an issue with all model three cars made between 2017 and 2020 It says over time a cable may separate blocking the rear view camera feed A majority of Model S vehicles are also being recalled That's due to issues with the front trunk that could result in the hood opening unexpectedly Coming up on WTP the bidens have dogs why not adopt a cat into the first family Sports next.

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Peloton CEO Says Child Died in Treadmill Accident

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Peloton CEO Says Child Died in Treadmill Accident

"Town after a child was killed in an accident involving the company's tread plus treadmill correspondent Diane King Hall. Saletan is urging users to keep Children away from its treadmills after AH child died in an accident. The company CEO says the death involved bulletins shred plus Proton told us it could not share additional information on what happened. Quote out of respect for the family. The company is reminding people to remove this safety key when not in use is the

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$1 Million Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Sold In Rhode Island To Expire Wednesday

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

$1 Million Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Sold In Rhode Island To Expire Wednesday

"Here. But if you bought a mega millions lottery ticket in Rhode Island a year ago might be time to recheck those numbers. Time is running out to claim a million bucks last call for one lot of winner and unclaimed mega million's ticket purchased last year set to expire. Tomorrow. The winning ticket was purchased in Rhode Island on ST Patrick's Day in 2020 and comes with a one year expiration date. It's worth $1 million, and the rightful owner has less than 24 hours. To accept the lump song that is CBS is Diane King Hall just in case the winning numbers March 17th of last year were 2027 28 58 59 mega Ball was 25.

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Moderna begins testing COVID-19 vaccine in young children

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna begins testing COVID-19 vaccine in young children

"19. CBS is Diane King Harbor. Ports. Moderna once too tense, it test its vaccine on babies. The pediatric study is gauging the safety and efficacy of the shot on Children between the ages of six months and 11 years old. Madonna has already doing vaccine trials on kids aged 12 to 17 and the vaccine has emergency clearance for youths and adults tell doctors say vaccinating young people is key to reaching herd immunity. President Biden hits the road today on a trip the highlight his newly passed

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CDC warns Hispanic-style fresh, soft cheeses linked to listeria outbreak

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

CDC warns Hispanic-style fresh, soft cheeses linked to listeria outbreak

"Soft cheeses could be linked to it, CBS News correspondents Diane King Hall explains. The listeria outbreak, possibly linked to fresh and soft cheeses has sickened several people and at least four states, according to federal health officials. The CDC has not identified a specific brand of cheese, but says pregnant women, older adults and people with weakened immune system should avoid eating case. Alfre School case of Blanco and Case open Ella the states affected include Virginia, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Up ahead in money News. A conservative friendly alternative to Twitter

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9 million small businesses fear they won't survive pandemic

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

9 million small businesses fear they won't survive pandemic

"About a quarter of Americans overall, do not intend to get vaccinated at all. Nine million small businesses in the U. S fear they won't survive another year of this pandemic. Without help from the government majority of businesses surveyed. Some 88% say sales have not returned to pre pandemic levels. Reporter Diane King Hall says the Fed survey finds 44% of small businesses are now

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Red Sox strike out on a plan to go public Fenway Sports Group have been working on a deal that would sell a minority stake to special purpose acquisition company Red Ball axis reporting. The deal was expected to be worth more than a billion dollars, but red Ball couldn't raise enough money to get the proverbial ball rolling. You might not be thinking about it yet. Maybe you think about it every day as you sit in your cubicle, but today is marked as the day you should start planning a getaway vacation. National plan for Vacation Day is today, which means planning starts now the unofficial holiday lands on the last Tuesday of January, just at the peak of winter gloom and wander less And the U. S Travel Association says 63% of Americans say they desperately need a vacation after enduring the pandemic. Diane King Hall was CBS News Coming up Next at 11 30. A tug of war in Washington were right window in Woburn. Our competitors think we're in Woburn. That's because they're not from around here, ones off doing the nation, the others trying to conquer the world right window. All we care about is doing your house because we're around your corner and up your block, and we Like it. They look nice too. But does being a local replacement window company really matter what? Yeah. Does like we're going off the Peabody. They're looking around for Peabody. We have customers over a Natick. They're driving around looking for an attic. And when we go to sit to it, I can't even tell you where they think they're going. Not allowed to say it on the radio. So, yes, right Window If you want energy star windows professionally installed with a lifetime warranty. Call the company that leaves the hill.

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Pfizer vaccine vials contain excess doses, surprising hospitals and pharmacists

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Pfizer vaccine vials contain excess doses, surprising hospitals and pharmacists

"A little noticed detail when it comes to distributing the vaccine may work in everyone's favor. The hospitals are making a surprising discovery as they dole out the first doses of visors vaccines. While the vials are supposed to hold five doses in total, pharmacists say they have discovered more up to as much as seven. The FDA says. Use them. That is CBS correspondent Diane King Hall.

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Zoom to lift its 40-minute meeting limit for holiday celebrations

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Zoom to lift its 40-minute meeting limit for holiday celebrations

"Any of us are foregoing celebrations with our family all over the country in the world. Instead, celebrating within the walls of our homes back on Thanksgiving, you might remember Zoom decided to lift its 40 minute time limit so Families could get together for all ASL Ong's they want really. Now they're rolling out their plans for the next few weeks since you may have spent the entire year on zoom. Why not? The holidays to the video conferencing platform is dropping its 40 minute time limit on free accounts for the holidays. Time limits will be off for Hanukkah, Christmas Eve Christmas, New Year's Eve New Year's J and throughout Quanta this year, and the CBS is Diane King

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"diane king" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"diane king" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Myself. This help have held the hand of dying patients cried over their family that they can't see by this frank that the Trump Administration stonewalling. They cost precious time and the rollout of lifesaving vaccines just we just don't have available to us. Which unless has made available soon, we're gonna be behind. He's pursuing meetings with the drug makers directly. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar hopes to have 40 million doses of the Fizer and Madonna vaccines by the end of December, enough to vaccinate about 20 million of our most vulnerable Americans. And production, of course, would continue to ramp up after that, Realistically, maybe next spring before the vaccines are more widely available this morning. AstraZeneca updates its vaccine trials. Stage results published in the medical journal, The Lancet chose It's vaccine is safe and triggers a similar immune response in adults across a wide variety of ages, including those over the age of 70 reporter Diane King Hall says late stage test results for the Oxford vaccine, maybe out around Christmas about 12. Million Americans stand to lose unemployment benefits A day after Christmas, when two Cares Act programs expired, or 20.6 million face being dropped from pandemic emergency unemployment compensation benefits that provides an additional 13 weeks of jobless aid beyond the typical 26 weeks, that's States provide in reporter Matt Piper says the other expiring program helps seven million freelance and gig workers. New STIMULUS AIDS installed on Capitol Hill Senate test The iPhone 12 ceramic Shield by dropping the phone a bunch of times reviewers said that the ceramic shield seems indestructible, and we dropped it from heights of hip height, head height, even higher than that. We even took sandpaper to it. And it appears as though it's able to take quite a beating scene, etc. In sure says the back of the phone does not have the same coding so it can crack or scuff. He still recommends a case. WSB news time 7 18..

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"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. Fine. Debra Rodriguez a week after the election, the Trump Administration is holding up the works for President elect Joe Biden's transition to power. Now the Biden team is threatening to sue correspondent Ed O'Keefe. That transition office is being blocked from doing its work by Trump appointee Emily Murphy, who leaves the General Services Administration and won't grant Biden steam full access. And funding until she ascertained a winner is clear. The attorney general has authorized the Justice Department to look into the president's claims of election fraud. Loyola Law professor Laurie Levinson says William Bars intention is likely to full. He's also saying We're not going to investigate mere speculation mere allegations unless there's evidence to support it. The Justice Department official in charge of investigating elections crimes, has resigned. CBS News confirms President Trump will form his own Political action committee it would allow him to retain influence over the Republican Party. By accepting donations and spending them on other candidates, including contenders in the next presidential primary race is the Supreme Court begins hearing its third major challenge to the Affordable Care Act Today, Healthcare coverage for more than 20 Million people may hang in the balance, among them more than six million in California Governor Gavin Newsom Current administration Washington ISI is advocating that the affordable care act Be struck down. As a consequence, we in California are vulnerable. The FDA has given emergency approval to the same Corona virus treatment. The president received CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David This is an antibody, which is a protein that targets the spike. In 19 and blocks it from getting into human cells. A side effect of the Corona virus may involve male fertility. University of Miami researchers found Corona virus in the male sex organs of six men who'd died from Cove, it 19. They also found it in a living male patient undergoing fertility tests. Who'd concerning Lee earlier tested. Negative for covert. Their findings Echo and earlier. Chinese study, Both sets of researchers say more work is needed to determine just how badly covet can impair male fertility and whether the effects are permanent. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS How do you feel about going back? CBS's Diane King Hall takes along 94% of remote workers say they're ready to return to the office in some way. According to a new survey from workplace tech firm envoy But the shift is more of a soft launch workers say they would make the commute if technology and tools were in place. To assure a safe and productive space. Dow Futures are up 1 97. This is CBS News. Brought to you by MassMutual honoring mutuality all around us and the people who prove we're all stronger when we look out for one another MassMutual 703 on this Tuesday morning, November..

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Businesses Expect To See More Job Cuts Due To Rise In Coronavirus Cases

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Businesses Expect To See More Job Cuts Due To Rise In Coronavirus Cases

"Also today, but of concerning news on the jobs front. More layoffs are looming as the Corona virus pandemic continues to hurt the economy, according to the conference Board, about one in 10 businesses plans to cut more jobs this year. And although the latest jobs report showed improvement, outplacement firm Challenger Gray and Christmas says, we will continue to see unprecedented levels of job cuts. The CBS is Diane King Hall.

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"diane king" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"diane king" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it possible deal has been reached. That would avoid hundreds of Delta airline pilots being furloughed. The agreement includes a 5% reduction in mandatory minimum hours for pilots. If approved, the cost cutting move would prevent hundreds of pilot Merlots that were set to take effect Sunday. The pilot's union says Delta has agreed to make improvements to pilot schedules and offer enhanced retirement savings benefits. The contract must still be reviewed by union leadership and put to a vote by Delta's roughly 14,000 pilots. Now, they told us these Amanda Moria reports, Delta lost more than $5 billion and its third fiscal quarter off the year. Netflix is raising prices. The cost of Netflix Standard plan is going up to 13 99 of month, the premium plan being hiked up to 17 99 a month. I was taking advantage of the entry level plan will pay the same at 7 99 a month and Americans have been spending a little bit more. CBS News MoneyWatch correspondent Diane King Whole new Dead on Consumer spending shows that Americans loosen their wallets slightly in September, according to the Commerce Department spending Rose 1.4% last month. Remaining government stimulus help prop of households in September as we take a look at the WSB market watch the Dow is currently down. 438 26,228 NASDAQ's down 281 and the S and P s. All 58 now live team coverage of traffic and weather. Let's go back to Veronica Carol in the WSB 24 hour traffic center and we're going to go back to this red alert over on 25 is 25 eastbound The outer loop just before flat shows Road exit 40 80.

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U.S. Household Spending Rose 1.4% in September

Herman Cain

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Household Spending Rose 1.4% in September

"Bit more. CBS News MoneyWatch correspondent Diane King Whole new Dead on Consumer spending shows that Americans loosen their wallets slightly in September, according to the Commerce Department spending Rose 1.4% last month. Remaining government stimulus help prop of households in September as we take a look at the WSB market watch the Dow is

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Target giving frontline workers another bonus

Herman Cain

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Target giving frontline workers another bonus

"Bonus for workers at target. It's bonus time again at Target. The retailer says that employees will receive another round of bonuses this fall. More than 350,000 workers will get the onetime bump of 200 bucks. This marks the fourth time this year. The target has handed out bonuses. And that's Diane King Hall reporting in the

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"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

"We'll start a bank and a member of SG W T o P News time to 35 the world's Corona virus, death toll is approaching one million more than 200,000 deaths are here in the U. S. But other countries are starting to catch up. India is reporting new Corona virus cases faster than any other country over six million and there are concerns it will soon surpass the number of infections in the U. S. The hardest hit country in the world with the high number of infections. The government should take some big step says this man. What new government restrictions are becoming a source of frustration. Elsewhere, bars and restaurants in major French cities have had to close early in the port city of Marseille. They have to close altogether. Hospital beds are filling up with the highest number of patients since June, and there are fears intensive care units will be overwhelmed it CBS News reporter Riley Carlson. Meanwhile, the road to a Corona virus vaccine is still a bumpy one. Another pharmaceutical company hits a speed bump in the race to come up with the Corona virus vaccine in no Vo Pharmaceutical says it's Phase two and three trials are on hold. While responds to additional questions from the FDA. The biotech says the pause is not due to any adverse reactions. Company says once it responds in October, Health officials have 30 days to decide whether it's trialled can continue CBS correspondent Diane King Hall and Will you be taking your kid for a flu shot this year? A lot of parents are saying No. One third of American parents have no plans to get their Children vaccinated for the flu this year, and two thirds of those polled don't believe getting a flu shot for their child is more important this year. This despite multiple warnings that the opposite is true, the CDC warns Children under five A high risk of developing serious complications from the flu. And if the flu season and the covert pandemic peak at the same time that hospitals could be overwhelmed. Vicki Barker, CBS News Coming up on w T o p the future of the US diplomatic mission in Baghdad to 37. You can't use your timeshare. They're closing the resorts, canceling reservations and preventing owners from booking new reservations. Meanwhile, you're forced to keeping maintenance, mortgage and assessment fees and forget about even getting there to begin with. Does your timeshare company care off? Course not. They're taking advantage of you. It's not right..

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Pretty clear up to the New Hampshire line really. And the mass Pike West. Bounds in good shape all the way into Metro West miking. W B Z is traffic on the three o'clock Tonight We have a heat advisory up. We're going to get cooler weather and less humid weather over the next few days. So let's get through this afternoon and this evening, shall we? A shower or thunderstorm is possible in spots as we head into tonight mainly to the south of Boston. There have been a few showers that have popped up not too far from the Plymouth area this afternoon and partly cloudy after that, with a low Tonight of 73. Tomorrow, you'll feel the difference less humid. Clouds and some sauna High 82 partly to mostly cloudy. Tomorrow night Low 69 then Friday. We'll have some sunshine temperatures only in the upper seventies, maybe in 80 in a few spots and looks like the same for the weekend temperatures. Will be in the mid to upper seventies with maybe a couple of eighties. Partly sunny skies both days right now 91 degrees in Boston as Cambridge based modern it continues to test its Corona virus vaccine, another major drug company, outlining its plans to produce and distribute one, Johnson and Johnson is outlining plans to mass produce its trialled covert 19 vaccine. Drug maker says it could manufacture a 1,000,000,000 doses of its potential vaccine. Last month, J and J began early stage human safety trials on the vaccine candidate it is developing a large scale trials are said to begin in October of CBS's Diane King Hall, local company Partners with the University of Connecticut to make three D frames for facemasks intended crucial The students who are returning to class state officials today toward Connecticut Biotech and South Windsor to check out the technology behind those custom ask you're gonna have the schools open. We'll have Children who will need mass. We have. Teachers will need masks.

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is back at home recovering from her injuries investigators tell us the reason the releasing details about this crime now is because they still haven't found the suspect and they worry he could attack someone else again this investigation is active and ongoing lady Gaga is pushing her car Monica ball toward back one year Gago was set to play Fenway Park on August fifth well not show will now happen on August seventh twenty twenty one tickets for this year's show will be good for next year meanwhile Billy Joel as well as Def Leppard Amali crew have also reschedule their Fenway shows you know anyone who is not able to go to the twenty twenty one concert has until July twenty sixth of this year to seek a refund in Nike has reported a very big loss as most of its stores were forced to close here CBS's Diane king hall Nike swung to a surprise loss in its latest quarter due to fallout from the covert nineteen pandemic is worth where giant says it lost seven hundred and ninety million dollars in its fiscal fourth quarter and sales fell to six point three billion Nike cited temporary store closures nationwide for the thirty eight percent drop in revenue Nike CEO announcing the layoffs this week in a company wide email the layoffs were learning are expected to happen in phases starting in July the CEO also says this move is not related to the pandemic or finances but describes them as an effort to restructure the quote over burdened matrix of the Nike company it's one thirty eight want to check in now with Bloomberg here's the latest in the business world the last few months have been particularly hard on the travel industry Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky likens it to a torpedo across the bow the first dark moments when we had about a billion dollars of cancellations from gas and now that much of the world is starting to emerge from the shutdowns Chesky says travel as we do it is over does he travels gone but that travels gone and nobody knows quite what it's going to be because it's really up to the industry to invent the way forward Chesky says that way forward may include travelers blurring the line between work and play if you can work from home you can work for many home anywhere in the world so long as you're right times on Airbnb started offering live streamed experiences during the pandemic like chats with Olympic athletes and Broadway stars Chesky says that could be a big part of its post virus recovery the.

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He just said seventy nine degrees in Boston is eleven thirty five and taking a look at unemployment this morning we have new numbers and the country continues to seize staggering unemployment numbers although they do seem to be trending downward another one and a half million Americans file jobless claims for the first time last week that makes eleven straight weeks the number is actually gone down CBS is Diane king hall breaks down the numbers there have been improvements month over month but we go for a week you're showing a lot of pain still in the job market now even though the number was more than expected again it was an improvement of the prior week still this was the thirteenth week in a row that claims of total above a million and Massachusetts saw roughly thirty thousand new claims last week that's down by roughly fifteen thousand from the week before Wall Street coming up at eleven thirty eight the standoff goes on between the owner of prime fitness in Oxford and town officials the gym opening back before they were allowed to according to governor Baker's re opening plans well now the town is cutting off their water and power this is just two days after a judge ruled the town could do what they need to do to shut down the gym owner David Longdon tells WBZ TV the power being shut off won't stop gym owners work out people should do as they please they can exercise they can do as they want you know as you can see people are still coming to work out regardless of how our water is it's not about it are not coming here for.

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"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

"Many U. S. corporations are speaking out in support of those protesting George Floyd's death here's CBS's Diane king hall as protests erupt across the U. S. sparked by the death of George Floyd business leaders are chiming in apple CEO Tim cook sent a memo to employees Sunday condemning the killing cook also acknowledged racial disparities within U. S. institutions like education and the criminal justice system cook called for change in says apple will make donations to a number of social groups like the equal justice initiative with people staying at home and working from home because of covert nineteen not surprisingly power bills are going up your CBS news correspondent Matt Piper in California residential energy use during the pandemic has risen fifteen to twenty percent over the same period last year new York's main electricity provider con Edison recently told residents to expect higher bills this summer but who pays Facebook offered some of its workers a one thousand dollar cash bonus to help with work from home costs many companies that install home air conditioning units have seen a big spike in business the covert nineteen death toll in the U. S. is now more than a hundred five thousand worldwide the death toll has topped three hundred seventy five thousand the Dow was up on Monday the Nikkei is up on Tuesday this is CBS news WTOP a to all good Tuesday morning June second twenty twenty cloudy comfortable low fifty five by daybreak fifty eight right now good morning I'm dean lane closure.

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New York Stock Exchange reopens trading floor

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

New York Stock Exchange reopens trading floor

"The New York Stock Exchange has protocols in place as some traders are back and working on the floor for the first time in two months CBS is Diane king hall stocks higher in the first day of a partial re opening of the New York Stock Exchange floor the floor had been closed since March twenty at that was the last full day of a full floor trading and today begins kind of a new normal in a phased approach to

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US retail sales fall by record 8.7% in March as Americans pulled back on spending amid viral outbreak

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

US retail sales fall by record 8.7% in March as Americans pulled back on spending amid viral outbreak

"According to the commerce department retail sales skidded eight point seven percent last month that is the biggest drop on record keep in mind malls began closing in March in response to state and federal shutdown orders that CBS news correspondent Diane king giving details on the devastating impact of retail

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Schedules here in the United States we get some details from CBS news correspondent Diane king all corona virus outbreak has prompted United airlines and JetBlue to cancel more flights making them the first U. S. airlines to reduce domestic schedules on top of international cutbacks United announced an initial ten percent cut to domestic schedule jet blue said it was Laura capacity by about five percent executives at both companies said the corona viruses because passenger demand to crater president trump is stopping short any potential talk of a bailout for the airline industry industry saying he does not believe airlines need it right now this would be similar to the one they received back in two thousand one following the nine eleven terror attacks and while all kinds of sporting events are making changes because of cold at nineteen one key events will still take place CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter with the story a corona virus will not stop next week's flame lighting ceremony in Athens for the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympics the Greek Olympic committee says it's working closely with health authorities and will review the situation every couple of days the Greek leg of the torch relay will also go on as planned there are seven reported cases of the virus in Greece all are linked to people who've traveled from Italy which has the most corona virus cases in Europe Pam Coulter CBS news and fears over the illness could be about to take a big bite out of Christmas this year and some new baby Yoda toys could be taking a direct hit Rhode Island toy maker Hasbro says the corona virus that's sweeping China is messing up the supply chain well delivery of the cuddly character is not affected yet it soon could be experts believe that if the world does not get a handle on the illness by this summer kids are going to be disappointed this upcoming holiday season the baby Yoda series expected in stores later on this year it's based on a character in the streaming series the Mandalorian five forty nine and a nice start to the day here in Boston it is a Thursday morning and were under clear skies at thirty nine degrees right now plenty of sunshine and less wind today in fact no wind later on as temperatures reach the middle fifties for parents it's all about making some memories right with a high school basketball season about to wrap up a state Supreme Court justice reflects on the many drives to practice and games he sad just to watch his daughter drive to the basket state Supreme Court justice David Lowy routes for Marblehead high school Anne's daughter Maddie just as he has rooted for her for the past eight years what does that mean to Maddie I think it's been everything is something that we've done together something that's made our relationship so strong she started playing when she was nine years old her dad's always been their rebounding or shots for years in the quiet bliss of an empty gym I tell Maddie all the time I love her just the same way they should have it for another three pointer again or she had five in a row the seniors off to college in the fall at the university of Virginia but you'll always know that in the game of life if she misses a shot dead got the rebound every time we're having a tough game or the other teams having a streak I can just look into the stands and he's supporting me either way you gonna miss him for sure from Marblehead Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news.

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On demand a pork is how my came with WBZ's traffic on the threes that we get a check of the four day WBZ accu weather forecast brought to us by plumbers nine one one here's John last win for tonight partly cloudy and cold below twenty of the twenty eight the city tomorrow partly sunny brisk and chilly I thirty five to thirty nine real feels in the twenties for the balance the day clearing cold all right down to twenty four and sunshine on Sunday still little bit breezy hi thirty eight the milder Monday increasing clouds right near fifty some showers are likely Monday night Tuesday Tuesday sided fifties I'm accu weather meteorologist John fear WBZ Boston news radio right now it is twenty nine degrees in reading thirty one end date of thirty one and hang on and thirty one degrees in Boston's lovers nine one one Boston dot com for emergency plumbing service twenty four seven plumbers nine one one Boston dot com a network of local plumbers available twenty four seven the best in the business is just a click away plumbers nine one one Boston dot com three fifty five other executives lied it happens every four years an extra day in February it happens this year tomorrow for those of birthday is February twenty ninth well Happy Birthday and some companies are trying to make up for the sporadic birthday tomorrow is Labor Day a once in every four year occurrence best celebrated with a one of a kind deal if you happen to be a leap year baby olive garden is giving you for free dolci desserts to make up for the last three years and any in store diner could take up another entree for two dollars and twenty nine cents at Popeyes post but users who buy a chicken sandwich today will receive a call for a free chicken sandwich tomorrow with a minimum order CBS is Diane king hall it's not just leave birthdays about a rare sometimes it's your wedding day a group of people Sir remember their anniversary.

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Reported virus cases spike as Europe sees its first major outbreak

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Reported virus cases spike as Europe sees its first major outbreak

"Stocks swooned on Wall Street today investors are concerned about the global economic impact of the corona virus which is spreading in Italy and South Korea economist Diane Swonk the reality and the world over about the fact that we're not going to see some real economic effects of the coronavirus CBS is Diane king hall has more investors were rattled by a rise in corona virus cases outside China Italy now has the largest outbreak in Europe the epicenter is just miles from Milan Italy's financial capital CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger doesn't expect the virus to have a dire economic out when I talked to economists they're not framing this particular virus outbreak as tragic as it is on the human side as an economic docket that would throw the world into a recession CBS news update I'm

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MGM hack exposes data of 10 million, including government officials

Mark Larson

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

MGM hack exposes data of 10 million, including government officials

"If you've been to an MGM resort recently listen up CBS is Diane king hall says there has been a hack ten point six million people had their personal information exposed in a hack of MGM resorts that's according to ZD net names addresses and phone numbers were among the stolen information posted in a hacking forum yesterday some celebrities and government officials were among those

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"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WTOP

"Lady tweeted her goal for twenty twenty was to bring a healthy lunch to work and for god it on our first day to Bali has been responding to those tweets with codes for free lunch on them CBS news correspondent Diane king hall the robo calls just keep on coming Americans were hit with nearly fifty nine billion robo calls last year up twenty two percent from the year before that comes from you mail which provides a service to block robo calls USA today reports in a separate report released last week Maryland hers were hit hard by the calls getting about eighteen a month residents of DC had the most averaging nearly two a day why is there an arrest warrant out for Odell Beckham junior the well known NFL receiver that story coming up to forty four here's John o'donnell president and CEO of Washington area new automobile dealers association talking about what you can expect at the Washington Auto Show last year we had an indoor all electric riding drive which is a big big hit more than a thousand people per day participated in that but this year we're gonna move it out onto the street around the convention center so you can get a wider perspective on what an electric vehicle can actually do one other nice thing about the all electric riding drive outside as you can drive the vehicle on there is absolutely no sales pressure we just want you to take a spin city can understand when electric vehicle really feels like and what the benefits are you'll have product specialist to answer questions for you but you won't need to feel like you're you have to buy now buy now so come on down check.

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"True innocent victim in the victims that still are that all her family who's left behind but also these young individuals of also besides ruining her life in causing all this problem in this hearty for her family I'm sure their own families are going to going to go through heartache in the room they're only so it's just senseless violence it's it's young people not thinking though before they act the boy in a woman also in the vehicle were not injured a health care bill expected to pass the house is likely to hit a wall in the Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi is setting up a showdown vote next week on her bill empowering Medicare to negotiate drug prices the latest version would use savings from lower drug costs to provide Medicare recipients with dental vision and hearing benefits not presently covered at is Diane king hall with CBS moneywatch speaking of money five oh wait Andrew day joins us from Bloomberg unrelenting rally for Wall Street today Laurie the Dow dance three hundred thirty seven points nasdaq up eighty six as to be five hundred twenty eight behind the rally were job gains labor department says US employers added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs to pay rolls last month smashing forecast playing a supporting role was the early December reading of consumer sentiment from the university of Michigan rising more than forecast amid the market's recent gains and boating well for holiday shopping and for good measure throw in some trade optimism is trying to reveals is in the process of waving retaliatory tariffs on some imports of US pork and soy US and Chinese negotiators have signaled that they may be drawing closer to agreeing.

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Sushi sold at retailers like Trader Joe's and 7-Eleven recalled over listeria concerns

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Sushi sold at retailers like Trader Joe's and 7-Eleven recalled over listeria concerns

"Premade sushi sold at stores like trader Joe's in more than thirty states being recall because of Listeria concerns CBS news moneywatch cut correspondent Diane king all ready to eat sushi salads and spring rolls are being recalled over Listeria fears the Fuji food products are sold at major retailers including trader Joe's seven eleven and Wall grains in thirty one states and Washington DC the recalled products are packaged in plastic with most sell by dates of November twenty second to December sixth on the labels have been no reported

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More than 2 million pounds of chicken recalled for possible metal contamination

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

More than 2 million pounds of chicken recalled for possible metal contamination

"Line a massive it sure can recall is under way for Simmons prepared foods CBS is Diane king hall is more more than two million pounds of fresh and frozen chicken products are being recall due to possible metal contamination the products include Simmons prepared foods ready to cook items which include whole chicken wings and breasts made to me it was shipped to Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Georgia Minnesota Oklahoma and Pennsylvania the items were produced between October twenty first and November fourth of

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"BTG public hearings have been scheduled for this month in three main communities on central Maine powers request for nearly eleven percent rate hike the utility has been under fire recently because some customers were over billed the pork on press Herald says that happened as a new building system was rolled out in the mall of New Hampshire will have a new store by year's end the union leader reports part of the former seer store will be taken over by Dick's sporting goods I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Ballenger with New England business on WBZ Boston's news radio all Verizon wireless says this could help parents have more control over their kids use of their smartphone rises Janelle Taylor says a just kids plan lets parents see what their kids are and block inappropriate content plan we developed to give parents peace of mind and Easter cater to their first smartphone experience five gigs of data with unlimited talking tax of twenty contacted the parent can determine what their child labor rights and says the average beginning age for smartphone use now ten years old speaking of kids in smartphones one woman learned the hard way just how easy it is for a toddler to cause some mayhem without even trying the average toddler may still be learning to talk but one for coaches two year old was savvy enough to order a couch on her mom's phone the mom says she handed her cell phone to her daughter to play with and later received an email telling her that a four hundred dollar couch and shipped the couch cost too much to send back to Amazon so the woman is now selling it online CBS is Diane king home tension investors not earning eighteen to twenty one.

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The ponies out there all the horses on the planes. Any word on the animals. Yeah. Issues there this morning that there were in fact yesterday is this tornado had just moved through Enid Oklahoma. I was watching as a rancher on ETV small ultra Dicko was trying to hurt his title together to get them into sheltered reprint, any pounding rain this morning, there, also worsened stranded. Tell just east of Oklahoma City out there in some of those areas, works real problems been a flooding that's been the major issue today. Once the wind the twenty does were gone. We still had a lot of rain round is actually from civil leaps of wet, weather and the flooding. All right. Tim. Thank you for that update. We appreciate it. Thank you. All right. For the second time in a week, a deadly plane crash occurs in southeastern Alaska ABC's, Adrian banker has details of what happened roughly twenty miles from Katcha can talk TalkLine Aeroflot plane crashed as it came in for a landing leaving the pilot and passenger dead, weather and visibility were clear at the time. Good. Samaritans were nearby to help tow the plane to shore and this deadly crash happened only a week after another attack. One air flight collided with a second small plane, six people were killed in that mid air collision. American Airlines is suing to unions mechanics unions involved in a job action. Diane king hall was CBS MoneyWatch.

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"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"diane king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The same sort of ideas where you walk around a map of the game world as you're walking around in the real world. But what's to be really interesting is that there's a lot of hurry Potter Esq things in there. There's a lot of magic involved. There's even dueling between wizards say you become a wizard, and then you can do it with other people, and it kind of brings to life. This idea that Harry Potter's fantasy world is somehow kind of in the shadows of our real world. Right. And we get to uncover it through this game. So it'll be really interesting to see whether or not they can make this work, and whether it'll be successful, obviously, Pokemon. Go was a cultural phenomenon. The question is can they repeat that again, that'll be really interesting, Harry Potter wizard's unite launches later this year, some recalls to tell you about girls fashion chain players is pulling some of its. Products for safety reasons. The details from CBS Diane king hall, issuing a recall of some makeup products. After the government says they tested positive for us. Then make up in question. It's eye shadows compact powder and contour palate, the FDA says consumers who have the products should stop using them and return them for a there's a recall out on several different models of cars as well. Just over a million, Honda and Acura vehicles across the US are being recalled due to defective Takata airbags those being recalled were previously repaired for the airbag issue. But the replacement parts were also found to be potentially faulty a complete list of those models being recalled his son Honda, news dot com. Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly nine hundred thousand vehicles, they aren't meeting US emission standards. Recalls include certain dodge, calibers, Chrysler, Dodge, avengers and dodge journey vehicles. No recall here that where where of girl scout cookies, lots of handed out a group of Utah girl scouts city. It's still can't believe. What this man did? He bought hundreds of boxes of cookies, and then told them to give them all.

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Honda recalling 1.2 million vehicles for second time

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Honda recalling 1.2 million vehicles for second time

"Honda. Now recalling more than one million vehicles in north and Central America due to dangerous Takata airbags air bags can explode and shrapnel potentially injuring passengers at least twenty three people have been killed globally due to the deadly defect. The recall covers many, Honda and Acura models from two thousand one through twenty sixteen owners are being told to take their vehicles to dealers to have the problem fixed. CBS Diane king hall officials say the ammonium nitrate used by Takata to slate. These airbags can deteriorate when exposed to high. High temperatures and humidity blowing apart a metal canister and hurling pieces of metal throughout

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Veterans blame 3M earplugs for hearing loss and ringing in ears: "It is torture"

WBZ Midday News

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Veterans blame 3M earplugs for hearing loss and ringing in ears: "It is torture"

"Honda. Now recalling more than one million vehicles in north and Central America due to dangerous Takata airbags air bags can explode and shrapnel potentially injuring passengers at least twenty three people have been killed globally due to the deadly defect. The recall covers many, Honda and Acura models from two thousand one through twenty sixteen owners are being told to take their vehicles to dealers to have the problem fixed. CBS Diane king hall officials say the ammonium nitrate used by Takata to slate. These airbags can deteriorate when exposed to high. High temperatures and humidity blowing apart a metal canister and hurling pieces of metal throughout

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