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"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KOMO
"Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast, Coming upon camo new, Tougher rules on university campuses to slow the spread of Kobe on Charlie Harder With story all the way after ABC News, one of the Louisville police officers involved in the killing of paramedic Briana Taylor in March, is speaking out. In an interview with ABC News and the Louisville Courier Journal, Jonathan Mattingly said they started shooting while executing a subsequently band. No knock warrant when Taylor's boyfriend started shooting, not knowing it was police. This is the point where we're doing our job. We return fire. This is not us going hunting somebody down. This is not kneeling on the neck. This is nothing like that. No one has been charged with Taylor's killing. The federal appeals court in Richmond rule. The North Carolina can accept absentee ballots in the mail up to November, 12th. As long as they're postmarked by November, 3rd Election Day State Board of Elections increased the deadline from November 6th. The Los Angeles Dodgers have drawn first blood in the 2020 world. Siri's the Dodgers drugging the Tampa Bay Rays, 8 to 3 taking a one game to non lead in the best of seven fall classic Richard can to ABC News Cuomo News, 1000 FM 97 7 Coma news time 9 31 It's 51 degrees Art Sanders and your top local stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. Corona virus. Case. Numbers continue to grow throughout western Washington Dr Chris Spitters with us Thomas Health District, says we're headed in the wrong direction is a spike last week that was higher than anything we saw in the second wave and really Competing with what we saw in the first wave. So this is really and sustained and it's posing challenges. He warns that if cases continue to increase of this raid, more restrictions might have to be put in place similar to what we saw in March. Some of the hot spots for covert spreader college and university campuses across the state. Almost Charlie Harder, tells us the governor's tightening restrictions in an attempt to bring case numbers down energy is, Lee says, the case numbers are much too high A dorms, fraternities and sororities date. We have seen fully 35 outbreaks..
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KOMO
"Prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast. Our state keeps piling up. The Kobe cases will have Mohr on that coming up. Also, after ABC News this story, you still have a job, But now the option to not ever come into the office I'm Brian Gal, but with covert inspired policy from a major local company, and why a food bank here in the Northwest is removing part of a federal food. Fox that's being distributed across their county. Those stories and more versus live update from ABC News. Thanks for being with us come on, whose time 10 30 Corona virus cases on the rise in 28 States. Nine states are seeing a record number of current hospitalizations, including Iowa, Montana and North and South Dakota, and now Oklahoma could soon get added to the list in Oklahoma. Doctors say they're seeing worrisome signs. Cove in 19 hospitalizations in Oklahoma hit a new record on Thursday night. It's 749. 1200. New cases were reported in Oklahoma on Thursday and 10 more people died. Doctors say there is consistent community spread of cove in 19 in Oklahoma and going into flu season. They worry about a lack of I C U BED, a veces Alex Stone Europe also seeing a surge of Cove it daily cases now, topping 100,000. Russia also reporting record daily high's not seen since May. New York Yankees Great Whitey Ford has died. The left hand pitcher with the best winning percentage of any pitcher in the 20th century, is credited for the team's championship wins in the 19 fifties and sixties. He was 91 Michelle Franzen ABC News.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Edward R. Murrow Newscast award. Total information AM on KMOX. KMOX news time is 6 50 that means it's time for traffic and whether together, and then we have more information about Missouri and its motorcycle helmet law. Not sure how many motorcyclists we have out on the roads this morning, But let's get the report from Roger Brandon, the steeple traffic Center. Yeah, it's just there's a few. I guess it's a nice enough day this morning. Glad they went riding yesterday more yesterday afternoon. Obviously, travel sports is over. So that 10 mutual life insurance company, but right now things are moving pretty well. We do have a small daughter reported eastbound 3 70 at 94. Reportedly in the white lanes. Pay attention as you approach that scene, but a lot of very much traffic on the eastbound 3 70 this time of day if you're on westbound highway to seven years, not a whole lot of traffic, because it's just not all that slow yet just a little bit of a slowdown. I'm seeing right and you get into the works under old walls very but definitely not a back of a 3 67 61 at the corner of originals like North bound more so than South bound Sing some slow traffic through there and are we also have that accident reported a wine You're skyline drive, but I don't see any delays in that area looking at the route three coming through Colombia with local Pirated there earlier much in the way of delays, getting a little busy as you get up around on Main Street, But nothing backed up proper. Say at that point yet, of course roadwork underway on eastbound, 38 local Hillsborough. There are delays there. A pen mutual. We believe that life insurance is a central part of a sound financial plan and they're making during impact for generations to come. Talk to your independent advisor or go to Penn mutual dot com slash SDI l that mutual.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KOMO
"Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast Coming up on coma News. Dozens arrested as police Close up chop I'm Corwin hate reaction from protestors. Seattle police tweeting out of video this morning showing the increasing violence inside chop. I'm Carleen Johnson and the press conference from the Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, live now to ABC. ABC News ANALYZE State Corona virus Trends in the rate of positivity has increased in 32 states. Hospitalizations up in 25 increases in daily deaths in 14 states. California Governor Gavin Newsom ordering for at least three weeks, a closure of all bars and endure operations of restaurants, movie theaters, museums, other businesses in Los Angeles and 18 other counties. Seeing an increase in covert. Please do not take your guard down. Please do not believe those that somehow want to manipulate the reality. Ice President Mike Pence, visiting Arizona, which recorded more Corona virus, deaths, infections, hospitalizations and emergency room visits in a single day than ever before to say to the people of Arizona were with you. I'm gonna make sure that Arizona has whatever it takes. To meet this small Florida now seeing a 15% positivity rate in testing Statue of Christopher Columbus being removed from outside the Columbus, Ohio City Hall, Chuck's Iverson ABC News Elmo News, 1000 FM, 97 7 Good afternoon Come on news time to 31. I'm Taylor Vance Ice With top stories from the Comb Over 24 7 news center Black lives matter. Demonstrators continued to mill about the newly evacuated Capitol Hill protest zone hours after police moved in to clear it out. Pamela's core when Haig has more from the scene, the police eviction of chop began just after five AM and met little resistance. Although SPD reports over 30 arrests afterward, many displaced campers stayed nearby. This protester denies chop occupants have anything to do with recent deadly violence inside the chopped perimeter were just here. Top of the hill. This area always been like that person right here at this place wasn't bad before guys think about whoever.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KOMO
"Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast Coming upon coma News, Copan, 19 stopped economic growth in nearly every industry you can think of. Except this one. I'm Siro marrow with that story, plus nothing on traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force live now. ABC is they cover our world. It's 2 30 Number of states are reporting record numbers of covert 19 hospitalizations. California has more than 6100. Governor Gavin Newsom says the percentage of residents testing positive Is now almost 6% framework for us is this if you're not going to stay home And you're not gonna wear masks in public. We have to enforce and we will and we'll be making announcements on enforcement. The nation's foremost infectious diseases expert, Dr Anthony found she telling a Senate hearing today that he wouldn't be surprised. To see the nation reach 100,000 cases a day. Lawmakers are putting pressure on the White House to respond to allegations that Russia offered bounties for killing US troops in Afghanistan. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany here here today having this discussion because of an irresponsible anonymously To The New York Times. There is no good scenario as a result of this New York Times report. House Democrats say the briefing they received today on the matter was insufficient. Daria Aldinger ABC news Cuomo News, 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon Come on news time to 31. I'm Taylor fan sites with the top stories from the Comb over 24 7 News center. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan wants to open an investigation into Councilmember Schamus want We get details live from comas Jeff Pooja Well In a letter sent to the council, Mayor Durkan asked that so want be investigated for multiple alleged offenses. Chief Among them is the accusation that somewhat used her key card. To allow hundreds of protesters into city Hall after hours. Bergen says someone's actions undermine the safety of others for the sake of political theater house Remember, Sawant has not responded to our request for comment. Council president Lorena Gonzalez is she's still digesting the letter. In which Mayor Derek and suggests that the council has the option of expelling. So want Jeff Pooja come on New someone whose time to 30 to Seattle Police and the Department of Transportation moved into the chop this morning in an effort to remove some of the barricades, But the protesters confronted the assistant chief Adrian Diaz, We need your help. We don't want to work against you. So why you out here? Killing us right now? Because you're basically saying Hey, white supremacist drive right up into chop and kill somebody..
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KOMO
"News one thousand FM ninety seven seven winner of the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for best newscast coming up remembering those who gave all for this country see how it happened today in the Seattle area all the way after ABC covers the world right now sixty degrees at eight thirty a weekend in a pandemic business is essential the scene at point pleasant beach New Jersey what organizers called a freedom March to protest the stage go slow approach to re opening Ian Smith Jim was forcibly shuttered after reopening in defiance of stay at home we were just told to sit and wait and wait but when our bills are due and our families are hungry and our livelihood is on the line three months into it sitting in waiting is no longer an option New Jersey governor Phil Murphy listen I want to get them opened I I I get as much as the next guy but it's we're not there yet I want to do it responsibly I don't want to kill anybody US based biotech firm Novavax says it started injecting its covert nineteen vaccine candidate in the one hundred thirty one volunteers in Australia the company hoping to release a proven vaccine this year about a dozen vaccine candidates are in early stages of testing are poised to start it remains to be seen if any will prove effective and safe Richard Cantu ABC news home all news one thousand FM ninety seven seven global news time is eight thirty one right now fifty nine degrees art Sanders top local stories from the combo twenty four seven news center remembering those who gave all for this country look quite a bit different this year almost Nick Papas at Mountain View cemetery where many drove by to pay their respects while others did so virtually one family we spoke to who is honoring their grandfather fought in World War two says they haven't seen this many people show up for Memorial Day before I hope this becomes a positive new trend in the wake of this terrible pandemic we were told that Mountain View was actually worried they wouldn't have enough volunteers to place flags here at the cemetery but luckily Washington state patrol stepped in and made sure that no one here at the cemetery was forgotten on this Memorial Day in Lakewood NYC pop up come on if the number of lives lost to corona virus in Washington state continues to slowly increase the latest count completed today shows at least one thousand seventy deaths that includes two new deaths in king county king county also reports sixty new cases today while Pierce county reports an additional seven cases statewide the total number of cases is not climb to more than twenty thousand most of the state remains in phase one of the re opening planned but there are some new openings to tell you about come most of these would occur as a lead singer is now opening back up tomorrow at least in some areas in the coastal waters to be specific state fish and wildlife officials say a few areas reopen for bottom fish and shellfish clams and other species plus the Columbia River is opening up to crabbing people will be traveling to these areas from their homes in other colonies of course and gray's harbor county for example restaurants are now also opening we saw long lines of casinos opened back up certainly people were ready for that and we may see that again tomorrow when the Chile look resort casino and the medical ship casino both open their doors both of those casino leadership's tell us that they put new safety protocols in place now those are openings for tomorrow so for today there are parks that are mostly open but remember camping spots are not play equipment is not again because you can't have too many people touching and being in close proximity officials estimate we would enter phase two by June first seven more counties were given the okay to move into phase two of the state's safe start plan late last week calotes grant island at Jefferson Mason Pacific and San Juan counties were approved to re open parts of their economies there are currently twenty one counties who've been approved to go to phase two Clallam kit sap and Thurston counties eligible to apply but haven't received approval and can attest of Clark County applications are on hold due to outbreak investigations komo news time eight thirty foreign como traffic every ten minutes on the foresters Tama Fulton in Edmonds still watching a crash on northbound highway ninety nine near two hundred forty fourth street is causing a northbound slowdown of just under a quarter of a mile now approaching that area into a coma watch for crash on southbound highway seven at south thirty eighth street partially blocking the southbound lanes added members will now just the northbound lanes of sixty Seventh Avenue northeast are closed between seventy First Avenue northeast in forty ninth street northeast due to a crash in part following a poll our next como traffic at eight forty four Janet Donnell has your Colo eco roof for cash hi everybody we are heading into our alley of Memorial Day weekend with clouds and drizzle still little bit damp out there but we're slowly trying for drying as we head into our late Monday night naturally back to work and back to at least home school tomorrow and things get a little bit more inviting outdoors again brighter and bluer skies with the upper sixties to near seventy on Tuesday and then we started in the seventies with a warm wave due in by Wednesday in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell is R. fifty eight degrees the governor and leaders from counties across the state are keeping a close eye on the covert nineteen numbers as we near the end of the holiday weekend in Pierce county there's new word of improving numbers just seven new cases today after averaging fifteen a day as a retired generals tapped to lead their recovery effort is good numbers are going to be good news for the retired army general who is also a doctor one point he was the commander of the Walter Reed army Medical Center never talking about general can farmer now he has come out of retirement to handle this whole situation for Pierce county and he is taking on a big task he says they obviously aren't there yet as far as moving to phase two but the governor and the state health secretary and say in order to move to phase two for indoor dining retail and hair cuts Hey county needs to have fewer than ten new cases per one hundred thousand residents over a fourteen day span other Tacoma Pierce county health to and says they would need fewer than ninety cases over the two week period that's an average of six new cases per day well right now the average is fifteen new cases per day well certainly we all hold that there will be a continual love leveling off and down.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Work Edward R. Murrow and that legacy and that standard that was my closing when I wrote for my closing night anchoring the CBS evening news and that's a famous Edward R. Murrow speech called the lights in a box speech and you know I was struggling the night before with what can I say that's meaningful and also inspiring to other people at CBS news and and I use that to really make the point that what we do is incredibly important in this field of journalism especially broadcast journalism the box that is television others no longer boxes now like I rectangle ports on our phone or whatever and it's an iPad yes minute that it can inspire it can illuminate and I always say that the wood journalism can do is not only inspired but it can also hold the powerful accountable can expose abuse can expose corruption and that's the power of television I think in many ways to our reporting in Washington we're we're tough on the president we're tough on members of Congress because we're supposed to be right that's the role of the that's part of a free press it was enshrined you know is the first amendment they didn't make it to the tenth amendment the first amendment for a reason and so I take it really seriously and I think it makes our democracy stronger and I know that's make some people not like the media or the press but think about the abuse and corruption of the press is exposed and and it does our democracy good at seven route it's made no adored armor is kind of marble like figure of American journalism give my audience a chance to listen to something broadcast on CBS November twenty fifth nineteen sixty you may know the name of this documentary but you'll hear it at the end let's play that's only this number three this is an American story the big and ends in New Jersey and New York state the harbors it is a nineteen sixty grapes of wrath.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KCBS All News
"National edward r murrow award for excellence in sound the devastation ac i never seen anything like it before branch relations j c b s reporter doug sour fires fast from the wind folks proud to be the bay area's award winning news leader kcbs kcbs news time nine eighteen first for traffic here's kim we are looking at a line of stop and go traffic coming up the nimitz freeway it's getting a gotten increasingly frustrating coming out of well almost san leandro now traffic is slow back beyond marina and become stop and go all the way up toward high street and fruitvale we did get word from michelle at the kcbs phone force that there was a stalled rig up by twenty third but again this traffic seems to dissipate once you get north of fruitvale but that stalled rig may be the culprit here in the third lane from left in the meantime we are also taking a look at some problems getting over to the dumbarton bridge let's compare and contrast the two peninsula bridges this report brought to you by mercury insurance here once again is day fox both slow but with the dumbarton bridge having an accident might be the worst commute westbound now halfway between the toll plaza and the spanish self we've got a crash right lane blocked traffic now backed up before the plaza was basilio padre san mateo bridge westbound it slows pretty much from eight eighty past the toll plaza listener no rashes still very heavy getting into san francisco north one a one and two eighty both are backed up about a mile and a half beyond the alumini interchange in the case of one on one is pretty solid beyond cesar chavez all the way up to the skyway.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The twentieth eighteen national edward r murrow award for excellence in sound listening from the wind honored for coverage of the wine country wildfires walk through fire literally to try and get when he thought my mom was sold in the house that's love how to be the bay area's award winning news leader j cbs we go back to the kcbs traffic center now to get an update on the roads from alden jacob all of a sudden it's just picked up redwood city one zero one northbound at whipple avenue a car has gone down the embankment of mergency vehicles including the fire department are helping out this car and there's smoke coming from the car luckily no delays but the whipple avenue off ramp is closed this traffic report is brought to you by resort release san jose highway one one northbound before two eighty all lanes are blocked to deal with the car facing the wrong way expect delays before story road tried to us highway eighty seven northbound instead or us capitol expressway to get around all of this south san francisco one zero one northbound before bayshore boulevard van hit the center divide and is blocking the two left lanes traffic is backed up to a point and the vallejo carquinez bridge there are some delays at the toll plaza the cash lanes are piling up got a timeshare contract you want out of permanently call now to legally exit your timeshare eight hundred eight nine five six five one six eight hundred eight nine five six five one six your next update.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"People like edward r murrow and later walter klondike and harry reasoner and eric several writing this and so these these things just developed from the days of their invention and they became what they were they became places that the left educated people the go much like the left educates people go to government they educated people in journalism schools to go to media and this is just what they became and they became very very valuable in terms of establishing a reputation for these founders it got them all kinds of personal accolades and do great work and when they were the only thing there was they were the only thing there was when they remain when those three networks ed they were it they dominated everything and the people disagreed with him were small in number supposedly they were out liars conservatism was basically national review william f buckley in some academics in that sense in media conservatism as never been mainstream it's ever been taught as mainstream so it doesn't have the roots in our culture that liberalism does but liberalism's roots in our culture we're not taught as liberalism or as socialism or his communism they were taught as this is what is and so conservatism has always been a reactionary to this and it's david versus goliath it really is but it it grants it gets them so much favor elsewhere because of their ideological tilt that they don't have to make any money with it go make up what they're losing and other divisions to compete with this you want some conservative guys to come along and pool their money and go up against corporation balance sheets and and.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Right right and then some of those guys have done pizza gates stories right affiliates like i remember last year there was a story at we're what are these like guys on the local news was very plainly all right and just reporting on pizza gay as though it was a real thing sinclair executive forced their stations to run protrump and anticlinton segments during their evening and morning local news programs it's just the this was the one that they sent out that was a word for word script that they had to read sort of you know casting aspersions on on the national news that people got which you know in a lot of anchors have problem with it because they're like this is not fucking like you know what i mean like the few people that are left that are like this is fucked late we can't just be wholesale on our we're counting on our local run burgundies like the voice of reason edward r murrow to stand up that's amazing yeah i cannot wait for that i wanna see them march i wanna see strike i wanna see them former union more ten hell no we won't go we'll see if we're gonna have a sick and tired and not gonna take it anymore coming out of one of these broadcasts in december kushner bragged that the trump campaign had struck a deal with sinclair executives to provide exclusive interviews during the primaries and presidential campaign and sinclair agreed to run them as is without any commentary.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on Politically Re-Active
"Edward r murrow is her harvests of shame which is like one of the greatest documentaries ever made that hasn't menachem star aitor beguiristain florida and ends in new jersey and new york state with a harvest it has a 1960 grapes of wrath that the guns at the mexican border in california and ends in oregon and washington it is the story of men and women and children who work one hundred and thirty six days of the year and the average nine hundred dollars a year the final in buses they ride trump they follow the sun well i don't know it don't look like get ahead i guess we'll just have to keep going kale we can find something better a minister named cassidy who works with them says that existed batasuna sleigh only on name they i noticed leiw but in a way that treated their with this lay and somebody ethnic at thousands of dollars out of a threat is that is sleigh will not the this thing comes on t the tv and it's about the migrant workers situation which is barely changed at all in i'm looking you people living in conditions that are you know these are the pizza i'm getting food under the refrigerator that these people were be killing themselves you know in in in the i'm i'm completely paul olry i was eleven wow wow and a pall of 11yearold lewis right most liberals i can't imagine make appalled will lewis black again in may eleven here eleven or twelve people's really uh i was stunned by the whole thing and i uh in that kinda made me kinda go.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Of finding more survivors are fading eighteen people army seeing on presumed dead after their tour bus slammed into a truck that had come to a stop on a southern german highlight the thirty survivors are all suffering burns the bus itself now a charge skeleton and early help set some passengers might have run away from the scene and shock have now been dashed rescuers have searched the immediate area and found no one peter the president's re tweet of a fake wrestling match between him and cnn has critics crying foul university of virginia politics professor larry sabotage note krone tweet doron dignified but really did a new standard anew low it so completely inappropriate for a president to do so something like that mr trump's defenders include homeland security adviser thomas bossard who appeared on abc's this week whatever the content of that particular tweet is or any tweet his demonstrated genuine ability to communicate to the people in the baazar says nobody should feel threatened by that video the radiotelevision digital news association is telling journalists not be intimidated by it while cnn says the president should start doing his job amtrak has resumed limited service after a derailment near tacoma washington the engine three cars went off the tracks yesterday this woman was one of two hundred sixty seven passengers were slightly shaken up our we hit bolder had because it was all of hidden jer endure inapp pay giant stop that trade runs between vancouver canada and eugene springfield oregon s p futures are up seven points the winner of the edward r murrow award for overall excellence.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Are fading eighteen people are missing and presumed dead after their tour bus slammed into a truck that had come to a stop on a southern german highway the thirty survivors are all suffering burns the bus itself now a charge skeleton and early helps that some passengers might have run away from the scene and shock have now been dashed rescuers have searched the immediate area and found no one peter the president's re tweet of a fake wrestling match between him and cnn has critics crying foul university of virginia politics professor larry sabato note chrome tweet doron dignified but this really did that a new standard anew low it healed so completely inappropriate for approach to do something like that mr trump's defenders include homeland security adviser thomas bossard who appeared on abc's this week whatever the content of that particular tweet is or any tweet his demonstrated genuine ability to communicate to the people in the baazar says nobody should feel threatened by that video the radio television digital news association is telling journalists not to be intimidated by it while cnn says the president should start doing his job amtrak has resumed limited service after a derailment near tacoma washington the engine three cars went off the tracks yesterday this woman was one of two hundred sixty seven passengers were slightly shaken up our we hit boulder hemp because it was all of heading a gear and endure inapp the giant stop that train runs between vancouver canada and eugene springfield oregon s p futures are up seven points the winner of the edward r murrow award for overall excellence.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Says he wants a bill with hearts health and human services secretary dr tom price on cnn's state of the union says the administration goal is to cut premiums the plan its entirety will absolutely bring premiums doubt 'cause you increase competition increase choices for individuals you allow folks to be able to purchase the cata coverage that they want not that the government forces them to by senate democratic leader chuck schumer says there is a fiftyfifty chance that bill will pass the heat is still on the southwest aggravating efforts to get the best of wildfires in at least seven states in southern utah a major blazes charred more than forty thousand acres destroying more than a dozen homes and outbuildings k u tv reporter jeremy harris thursday they have made some progress in protecting homes but the weather is not helping them out at all it's very hot very dry and the winds have kicked this fire in several directions making things extradifficult for those firecrews more than a dozen wildfires were burning in southern arizona and southern california search crews are trying to find survivors in a landslide in southwestern china tons of mud and rocks very you're in a village dozens of people missing cbs's been tracing unfortunately there have only so far ben greet's survivors that it about this with a a family a wife and their what what old baby boy were rounded up by our hours after that happened and then they have not found any survivors and they're saying that be out the finding any at quaint are quote really clint heavy rains triggered that landslide pope francis today prayed for the victims efforts by president trump to advance the middle east peace process run into trouble the story from cbs's rubber berger in jerusalem arab and israeli media are reporting that last week's meeting between president trump's soninlaw jared kushner and palestinian president mahmoud abbas what's tense a boss was furious that kushner demanded a halt to payments to the families of palestinian terrorists with gaps so wide some reports suggest the us is considering whether to drop efforts to revive israeli palestinian peace talks robert burger cbs news jerusalem at least one hundred fifty people dead an oil tanker explosion in central pakistan a truck flipped over on a sharp turn southeast of lahore the winner of the edward r murrow award for overall.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Mothers friendship with fired fbi director james colmey use coal very bothersome the government has suspended imports of beef from brazil live to cbs's peter king what's the problem but the safety issue frank it'd come three months after brazil's meat industry was shaken by a bribery scandal meat inspectors allegedly paid off to allow expired meet be sold ag's secretary saudi produce as us inspectors have turned back more than ten percent of the meat shipments coming from brazil this year because they flunked a safety tests for most countries the rejection rate is about one percent bob brazil is taking some action the us as each not enough the remnants of tropical storm soon he could unleash new floods in parts of tennessee kentucky in west virginia cbs's david begg no tells us what cindy left behind along the gulf coast of luxy river has risen thirteen feed because of tropicalstorm sending the water has over top the banks of the river and has cluttered areas veteran least a quarter mile from the biloxi river the good news is the rivers cresting national weather service meteorologist michael mosher has his eye on the western heatwave that he could have preferred philippe through the weekend by monday for we might not anymore recordhigh across the region have breaking news from london police say the high rise apartment fire hear that killed at least seventy nine people started in a refrigerator they say criminal charges could be filed some subscribers use facebook to spread fake news or bully people they don't like the company hopes a new approach will help it move away from the new mission statement put faith book into business encouraging positive behavior that she's giving people the powered built community and bring the world closer together cbs news technology analyst larry magid s p futures were up two points ahead of the opening you're listening to the winner of the edward r murrow.
"edward r. murrow" Discussed on KOMO
"Tariffs scapegoat one komo news a lot of us probably remember the welcome to patera sign burning down a very memorable picture of that posted on our website komonewscomfire from a couple of years ago eleven fourteen komo news aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours kierra jordan feels like were just sitting and waiting for something really bad to stack the traffic right yeah the calm before the storm but we're still looking pretty good for the most part right now we do have one blocking problem this is five whereas stalled northbound i five at to come a road is blocking the right lane but our problems are light enough that traffic is getting through that area easily are drive still looking good at olympia entity coma that's gonna be bad later on this afternoon but right now pretty much smith sailing also looking good at the north into and three snohomish county we are seeing some delays westbound us to make your way through gold bar and sultan and our ferry writers currently running into a one hour delay departing kingston and now just heard the word it's also one hour wait departing clinton your next report's at eleven twenty four i'm kierra jordan on komo news in you the forecast now and today is going to be another warm what about eighty degrees or so with partly sunny skies cloudy tonight and fifty four for the low now tuesday and wednesday we have a chance of showers maybe even a thunderstorm thrown in there for tuesday afternoon right now in seattle we have mostly cloudy conditions and it's fifty seven degrees at komo news komo news time eleven fifteen winner of the twenty seventeen edward r murrow award for overall.