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Mass vaccine sites open in Atlanta, Indianapolis
"Covitz surge is still possible on Lisa Brady Fox News that warning today from World Health Organization officials as the White House pleads with states and citizens not to drop safety rules. I know the idea of relaxing mask wearing and getting back to everyday activities is a killing. You were not there and we have been we have seen this movie. Being before CDC director Dr will show well, Lansky says. When prevention measures like Mask mandates are rolled back cases go up even if the vaccine rollout continues. Senior covert advisor Andy Slavitt says two more mass vaccination sites will open Atlanta Falcons stadium in Georgia. And the Wolf Teen Center in Cleveland, Ohio, will turn into FEMA supported community vaccination sites with the capacity to deliver 6000 shots per day each. Indiana's first mass vaccination site open this morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were governor Eric Holcomb got his shot while urging residents to just do it.
FEMA announces mass vaccination site in Atlanta
"Covert adviser and you slab, it says two more mass vaccination sites will open the Atlanta Falcons stadium in Georgia. And the Wolf Teen Center in Cleveland, Ohio, will turn into FEMA supported community vaccination sites with the capacity to deliver 6000 shots per day each. Indiana's first mass vaccination site open this morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were governor Eric Holcomb got his shot while urging residents to just do it.
NCAA Men's 2021 March Madness Will Take Place In A Bubble In Indiana
"This spring sixty eight. Men's basketball teams from colleges and universities across the country will gather at indianapolis for march madness that includes athletes coaches and staff along families and press. The organizers goal is to create a bubble similar to what the nba did over the summer. Indianapolis was already set to host the final four this year which nc double a senior vice president of basketball. Dan gavitt says made it a logical choice. We knew when we made the decision to come to one geographic location. Having as many of those venues in the city of indianapolis in marion county in particular was important for the health costs to be very similar. Gavitt says the city's long history of hosting sporting events should help the. Ncaa is headquartered here in the city. And there's enough venues. Hotels and transportation teams will stay in the four downtown hotels all connected to lucas oil stadium. One of the six sites to be used for games but the move will likely be a financial blow to cities that were set to host some of the games this year including lexington dallas dayton and san jose. The decision is welcome news for the indiana lodging association. It's president patrick. Tam says last year it's all twenty percent of restaurants permanently close and two thirds of the hotels facing bankruptcy. Now news is is indicative of the best news for hotels since march. This is tremendous news for a lot of people that have been out of work or they now be called and talked with end. The demand for rooms could increase the nc double a. decides to allow fans to attend at a time when indiana's averaging more than seventy deaths per day from covert nineteen university of california berkeley epidemiologist. John's schwartzberg says is important to put public health before sports news standpoint. There's every reason recent plan for it if they have to have every reason for cancelling it is. Things aren't fanatically but state and local officials like governor. Eric holcomb argue. That india can handle thousands of guests. And keep them safe will have the place spruced up and ready to go. Just like we do for the indy. Five hundred just like we do for final four. This is the only time that i hope this ever happens. And i say that. As the potential host of all these gains college basketball's march madness is scheduled to start march sixteenth and run through april fifth for npr news. I'm samantha horton in
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"America's listening to Fox News. Lucky three. W Y PC Mobile news on the level off the go, she says. She's have enough. It's cloudy and 48 degrees downtown. I'm Donny Burgess. Here's what's trending at 10 02. Resigning over the restrictions. Kurt Darling reports on why one state lawmaker his upset with Governor Eric Holcomb state. Rep. Christie stuntman represents Middlebury in northern Indiana. She's resigning come December 14th because she feels the governor was wrong to impose covert restrictions in Indiana without any input from state lawmakers. Her family now owns Amish acres in Nappanee, and she says restrictions have been so bad for their new business. She has to focus all of her attention on that, she says Holcomb's decisions have created instability for businesses throughout the state. Kirk Darling 93 w Y VC Mobile news. It's an experience says that restaurant owners who have heated igloos and storage pods to keep outdoor seating alive as the colder winter months move in. We got lights and a little heater in there and Play board games or cards against humanity or whatever you know, we've got it ready to go and just kind of hang out and do your thing. You're a little bubble. Just I think a pretty workable system for avoiding the virus and still being able to go out for dinner. Aaron Hansen, owner of Ellison Brewing, and Neil Warner, owner of Strange Bird Talking with with with Wish TV, Both businesses let six people inside an igloo or pod. Which is based on the county's coronavirus guidelines. The state of Indiana certified its votes for the election Tuesday, Rob Connor reports on the voter turnout for the state secretary of State County, Lawson said 65% of Indiana's registered voters cast a ballot, which turns out to be just over three million Hoosiers at a 4.7 million registered voters. It's still higher than the turnout in 2016 AIM 2012 when it was 58% in Marion County. The voter turnout this year was 59%. But Hamilton County had the highest turnout in the state with 75% casting a ballot. Rob content 93 WBC Mobile news two notebooks belonging to Charles Darwin, the co originator of the theory of evolution. Have apparently been stolen, according the cameras. University staff at the University library say the notebooks have not been seen in 20 years. Police are now investigating the two notebooks are estimated to be worth millions of dollars. I'm Donny Burgess on the level on the go and on Twitter at 93. W I, b. C and w ivy si dot com But no right now get a five port jug of Napa, full synthetic motor oil and a platinum filter for just 22 98 there an iconic duo like salt and pepper. Ah hammered a nail or the holidays and awkward hugs. Can't get one.
U.S. reports nearly 200,000 new coronavirus cases as more than 1,500 people die daily
"Record-setting cases of the coronavirus not everyone is heating the advice of health officials to stay home for the holidays as many midwestern governors announced new coronavirus crackdowns. Several have come together. Governor former governor. Andy beshear governor tony. Eric holcomb posting a video to social media urging people to be careful this holiday season follow recommendations from medical experts getting together with your family via zoom. Were amash take it off when you eat drink then put it back on. Keep six feet apart and wash your hands regularly. Many of the governors continue strict virus mandates amid pushback over. what some feel is government overreach. The governor's also acknowledging encouraging news. They coming vaccine.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In the days. Other news Republicans can now claim 1/50 seat in the U. S. Senate Associated Press declared Dan Sullivan the winner in his re election bid in Alaska. Senate control now hinges as we've been reporting on January run offs for two seats in Georgia. AP also projects that Democrats will control the House of Representatives, but with a smaller majority. Republicans could gain a dozen seats there. Facebook now says that its ban on political ads will likely last another month it originally covered on Ly the week after the election. The ban is meant to limit misinformation about the presidential results and about those Senate runoff in Georgia. Koven 19 infections across the U. S. Hit more records. Today, the nation recorded nearly 140,000 new cases in just the last 24 hours with nearly 62,000 people hospitalized with the virus. In response, more states announced curbed, including New York and Indiana, where Mayor Eric Holcomb said that hospital workers need help. They're exhausted and overwhelmed and need us all to do the things that we can On the outside. It will slow the number of patients that need Hospitalisation and their treatment inside. I meant to, say Governor Eric Holcomb of Indiana. Deaths are also rising, with more than 1400 deaths.
The Latest: NY Gov. Cuomo: Restaurants, bars close at 10 pm
"Steps are being taken around the country to try to stop the latest spread of the corona virus in new York restaurants bars and gyms will have to close by ten PM no private gatherings of more than ten people in Indiana we are in the midst of a second search governor Eric Holcomb is bringing back some restrictions that limit crowd sizes and extends a mask mandate unfortunately too many of us and around the country have let our guards down and either assume we won't get it or if we do so be it in Sioux falls South Dakota mayor Paul TenHaken said no to a mask mandate I believe the small uptick in compliance we'll see we see from there so we will see are not worth the community division this will create violators would have been fined fifty dollars I'm at Donahue
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"He's already told you there's nothing left to cut and with less revenue coming in because of Eric Holcomb shutdowns because of Eric Holcomb's executive orders a million people out of work, thousands of businesses closed. There's going to be a lot less revenue. Well, if Eric claims they've cut to the bone affair, Holcomb says, he's cut government to the bone, and it's going to be less money. The on ly option left his tax increases. If you vote for Eric Holcomb, you will get tax increases. Now, if you're okay with that, then fine. But you already got 50 of them in quote unquote Good Economic times, including the largest one in state history that goes up every year. The gas tax If that's what you got during good times. What do you think you're going to get going during bad? If you vote for Eric Holcomb, he will raise your taxes based on what he said Tuesday night. Math says he has to. He claims government's cut to the bone, so he's not reducing any size or scope of government. That's not goingto happen under Eric Holcomb, and if he's not reducing the size, scope or cost of government And there's a lot fewer people paying in and a lot less money coming into the Treasury than the on ly option left is to raise taxes. And he will take it from you wherever he can. Folks. Where do we go from here? You decide. Woody Myers is not a factor in this equation. Do not vote for Eric Holcomb out of fear of splitting the vote. Meyers can't win and you already have a Democrat in there anyways. Don't vote out of fear. That's what they want. That's what the establishment wants. That's what the big government Republicans want that their lobbyist in donor buddies want stand up for you for once. Stand up for your family for once. Don't vote out of fear Vote for what's right vote for who is best for the job. Send a message..
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Today on its new pharmaceutical plant near Indianapolis International Airport. Governor Eric Holcomb was there. It's days like today that, uh, put the beauty back in it. When we do realize That this is Absolutely providing hope with traffic. Now. Here's Matt Beer Stand Stop found 69. All lanes still closed in the Anderson That's just east of the eggs of 9109 exit to 26. OK, Yeah, We're completely shut down right now. Because of this fatal to vehicle crash traffic is backed up all the way in the Delaware County Right now we're talking about miles past of Dale Dale. Exit to 34 deaths were traffic getting pushed? And the delay just monsters here at the moment that North bound 69 after state Road 9109, where the crashes in the South bound lanes, the left lane is blocked. Traffic is backed up well beyond that, Anderson exit 9109 traffic sponsored by the window thinking about a window door siding project. The window can decide and pressure project without ever coming in your home with their satellite technology be window dot com. Today I met their followers on Twitter for instant traffic. Updates of W II D. C traffic. And the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center or tracking, rain win and cooler temperatures tonight a bit breezy at times tonight. Temperatures falling to the forties. We can't rule out a few isolated showers. Cloudy and cool to start your day on your Tuesday by afternoon. Mostly cloudy and slightly warmer temperatures in the upper fifties TTO lose sixties.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And radio on tune in next our Media group station. 51 degrees at one o'clock. Good morning. I'm David Jennings. Indiana looks like it's fighting an uphill battle with Kobe at 19, wg and traffic on the express ways until ways to construction issues. Inbound. Kennedy Express lanes closed until 5 a.m. the Ike if you are outbound, the roadwork closes the exit to the outbound Kennedy also until 5 a.m.. Indiana is seeing some troubling signs when it comes to Koba nine. Team WG ends Lauren Latka, the number of Corona virus patients in Indiana hospitals grew over the weekend to the highest level in nearly five months. As of Sunday, more than 1200 Koven 19 patients were in the hospital, marking the eighth straight day topping 1000 hospitalizations have increased nearly 65% since September. 19th. Just before Governor Eric Holcomb lifted nearly all of Indiana's restrictions on businesses and crowd sizes. Six more deaths were added today, bringing in the states total to 3795. Lauren Latka, WG and News in Griffith killed. It has reached the town's hall door, and several businesses in town had to close their doors for disinfection after employees and customers tested positive for co bit among the businesses, John's place. All of them had to close Tradition faction after those again, customers and employees reported positive test results. David Die owns John's place. The owner colleagues Told you gilded rule out and I actually got ruled them out. Even if I had no symptoms or anything. I didn't have a clue that I was going to be caused by the name of those businesses.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"An appointment with one of our firm's Indianapolis area. Attorneys online at Cordell cordell dot com 101 West Ohio Street Suite 1100 Indianapolis. It's Indiana for 6 to 04. Www. PC Mobile News on the level on the go, You got to stage five. Becoming mostly cloudy overnight and partly sunny Thursday. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this. Our governor Eric Holcomb says the sacrifices Hoosiers have made Open the way for him to drop the state's corona virus restrictions. Don't do this without adjusting our daily lives in our routines and how we interact with one another physically separated ourselves, washing our hands masking up. All those actions have an effect on our overall performance. He wants you to keep that up and local restrictions may remain in place. A grand jury has indicted former Louisville police detective Brett Hankerson for wanton endangerment in the raid that resulted in the shooting death of Briana Taylor, leaving civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump shaking his head. I mean a life far too short. Life pregnant with possibilities. Hankerson and two other officers remain under investigation by the FBI for possible federal civil rights violations there called cross tie walkers Or maybe hobos. Rob conduct reports why you should not follow their example. But Indiana being rained on the top five every year in the country forever crossing collisions on different events like pastor injuries and fatalities. Jessica Fenner with Indiana Operation Lifesaver last year, and you know how 120 Asian with 11 fatalities and 40 for injuries. She also reminds you that walking along train tracks is dangerous and illegal. Rob Comet 93. W I. B C Mobile news on the level on the go on Twitter at 93 W. A. B. C and W II be si dot com. Now Here's the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center, temperatures falling to.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You want to talk equal time I give Eric Holcomb as many shows as he wanted to sit right here with me and have a conversation. So it's out there. I know his people. Listen, he's yet to respond. Donald. I'm very surprised by the way. Woody Myers is welcome here anytime to. He has responded in and been on the show. I'm very fair. Well, I I believe that you are. Obviously you have been very fair with me. And I would love to hear both. Gentlemen, I'd love to hear Dr Myers back on your show and would love to hear Governor Holcomb, Come on your show. All right. We're going to take a break when we come back because we got a ballgame now, And now people are maybe hearing about you for the first time. They're learning about you for the first time, and they may want to Nome or on some different policy issues other than hey, that's the Pretty and freedom guy, and maybe they got some questions on these issues. And by the way, I'm sure you're aware there's some really nasty smears from the Holcomb campaign about things about how you view abortion and what would happen if your governor so you stick around for another second, We'll talk about that. Absolutely right. Coming up Next. 93 w A. B C. Rob Kendall show. Tilly Cats, You know, I avoid the use of the words dumb and stupid on radio. And the reason I do is that the end conversation and the thing that we're supposed to want is to engage in more conversation. But I have to tell you Do you think President means not to be able to love who you want to love your dumb? It's not even laughable anymore. It's just you're an exhausting Creighton of a person. Morning six tonight on 93. W E b c at wnbc dot com. The job's about a lot more than a paycheck. It's about your dignity. Under my plan, 50% of emergency small business relief would be reserved.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You as always my garage doors of Indianapolis Continuing now, my conversation. With Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill and instead of filled in for Tony Cats on Friday on the morning show, and I'll be in form again on Monday. We'd love to have you tuning in being a part of the program and as part of the show on Friday, I had a chance to sit down and chat with Indiana Attorney General Curtis L. Of course, he issued that six page advisory opinion memo on the masked man. Did you see a white mask mandate from the governor of Indiana? Eric Holcomb, and what the attorney general said is this is illegal. It should not go forward. And so in the last thing that we kind of talked about how he came up with that about what he looked at about what he saw, but I put the memo together. And in the second part of our conversation here, we're going to talk about what we can do is people about what the state of Indiana Khun duo about what the Legislature who asked him to look into this to issue that advisory opinion to begin with what they can do here is the second part of our conversation from your perspective. What is the step forward for people who are upset people who are you know you're a man of the law. You know the law. You know how this works. There's a lot of people all across the state that are really upset that this happened. Do they have a legal recourse right now? What processes do they do? They take when they say. The attorney general even says this is wrong. What can we do to make it not so well. One of the problems with the proposed order that was announced in the press conference is that it criminalizes behaviour of a person not wearing a mask that becomes a class B misdemeanor. But then the governor went on to say that there were there was not going to be any mask police so there's not going to be an enforcement. Well, the last thing we need on this, this fight against the covert 19 is lack of information or misinformation or confusion over what to do. So it begs the question if you're not going to enforce The statute then, then why do we have the statute and that breeds a lack of confidence in government by the people? I think that's what we're hearing and seeing a great deal when it comes to mask getting into the issue that that's in dispute now by people who want to wear masks and people who don't It's largely because we have received bad information from day one on let's not wear mass and we're not going to mass because it doesn't help. Oh, no, we're going to go. You're going for mass because we don't have enough. Then it goes to. Well, you could wear a mask, but it only works one way and not the other Two. Everybody has to wear a mask. People are not getting good information and they're getting fed up, and that's a real problem that we're seeing on a regular basis. We're going to do a little civics, 101 with the attorney general here, and we're so glad you spend some extra time with this guy. This is really important. And it's important for a lot of people to who may not have thought this through before. You understand how this works because all you've said, and this order was really well written, and I'm really glad you did. It is look again. I'm not weighing in on master telling you there's a way we do things around here. And this dude being Holcomb Has skipped a lot of the process. On several occasions. The executive orders are designed to enforce laws on the books correct like it gives him the ability to a force enforce laws passed by the Legislature, enforce laws or suspend laws. It's a it's a broad authority. It basically provides the executive branch with a nimble ability to operate. In a quick pattern in a time where legislative engagement would just be too cumbersome. Does he know that? Well, you have to ask. You have to ask him. I I certainly believe that it's it's it's certain it should be clear that the emergency power is designed for acute issues because I'm just floored that you have something that is this big deal and he knows it's going to be controversial. He knows Regardless of what side you're on, people going to be upset. And he's got your office who your you are the largest statewide office holder office, right. The attorney general's You've got all these people at your disposal, and he doesn't reach out to anyone to go. Does this work? Well, it's one of the things that that is certainly troubling because we're there to help. We don't have a dog in the fight. As I said, we make it very, very clear, in the opinion that this is not about my opinion about masks anybody's opinion about mass. The science In fact, we make the point that people should wear mass. We encourage it. The science is pretty clear that the masks are helpful. That's fine. This is about our constitution and maintaining a system in place that can be relied upon by the people that people have got to be in a position to rely on their government. Couple minutes left here with Indian Attorney General Curtis L. You are a man of the law. I don't think I know about the law scene on television mat lock Perry Mason. So I'm asking stupid question here. Law. Why don't you tell me if it is or if it's good? You could say great question and answer it. What can you do now? Because you've obviously waited and said, I think this is wrong. Do you have recourse to stop it? What is the process from inside your office? Well, keep in mind what we did was we responded to an inquiry by the members of the General Assembly. We did not take up the action in our own, right. Eso we've completed that process. We were asked to weigh in on our belief and what the appropriateness or inappropriateness of this particular move, Wass. We've done that. From that standpoint, then we wait to see if the General Assembly has further requests of our services. We were waiting if the governor's office has requested. They want to contact us for consult with us. In terms of our opinion. We're happy to do so. From that standpoint until anything further goes, we don't have a process in place. When we wrote the advisory opinion yesterday, the proposed order was just that. I'm not aware that an actual order has actually been executed. At this point. There has been a history of of announcing what the orders would be followed by the actual executive orders. So none of us have seen at least to my knowledge. I'm not aware that the executive order has actually been executed. So who knows what we'll end up occurring going forward, So I'm just gonna throw a name out of a hat from what I follow in Social media. Let's take Jim Lucas, who is a state rep from Seymour came to you and said, I think this is wrong. I want to take action. It would take the house or members of the house coming to you. Someone making that request for you to seek further action or go forward from here. Well, we would We would look at whatever request came in. I can't say that whatever requests would come in would be things that we would be. Obligated to do or even statutorily responsible for doing so we would make sure that it's within our authority on then proceed accordingly. Based upon request. He's the attorney general for the state of Indiana. Curtis Hill. Thank you so much for my friend. It's great seeing person. Thank you. Rob's great to be here, but that was the attorney general for the state of Indiana, Curtis Hill. And look, I've heard many people since this advisory opinion came out. Well, Curtis has got an axe to grind with Governor Curtis is mad at the governor because the governor was very awful to Curtis. I mean, we just call it what it was. And then the governor called on Curtis to resign when there was an allegation against without any proof. Don't we? No criminal charges were filed. No ethics violations were found. Curtiss beat that case in court and let the governor played a big part in Curtis's defeat. You would be naive. You'd be kidding yourself..
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"They called the four Corners offense and what you do is if you have a lead. You don't want to make him stake, right? You know you're going to win the game, maybe Europe by eight points. With a minute to go. You don't need to score any more points. You've already won the game. Just don't give the other team the ball back. So you just keep passing the ball around the court to run run the clock at its very prominent in high school basketball, where there's not a shot clock. That's what Eric Holcomb is doing right now. He knows he's going to win. Unless something agree. Just happens. And to him agreed. This would be a mass infection rate, which people turn on him. He doesn't give a damn about your liberty or freedom because he could do whatever the hell he wants, as as evidence by the infamous massless selfie Eric Holcomb is a political animal, Joe Hogs that is a political animal there. Incapable of functioning and jobs that are political or government related, and thus all they care about is keeping their political slash government jobs. And the safest thing for them to Dio is to play the four corners offense and avoid any chance of another mass infection. Regards of how remote it actually is. But I'm wondering when, if or when the reopening is making it really going to come. Why would keep pushing and pushing it later? Through the summer? When we get closer to the winter flu, you know, infections so Miss Take. You're making those because you are a good Justin. Righteous person. Even Hatcher, who loves his country and loves freedom and liberty, you're operating from the standpoint of Of course, we want to get open as fast as possible. Holcomb doesn't care hogs. That doesn't care. They haven't missed a paycheck. They still have a roof over their head. They saw have clothes on the whole command doesn't have Children. But you get the point. They're not suffering at all. All that. For a guy like Eric Holcomb, and I know we got about 30 seconds left and Hawkes the same way. They've always been in government or politics, and the money's just always been there. It'll be fine. They'll figure it out. No big deal. It's not even malicious. In a sense, it's just who they are. And they're not very bright People who have never had to function in the real world. They've always function in the government world. Mrs. How government functions off the rails with Rob Kendall. Thanks for coming to the studio, you as always, and thanks to our wonderful, amazing, talented, vivacious sponsor garage doors of Indianapolis. That was awesome.
Hundreds Of Prisoners Have Died In U.S. From Coronavirus
"People living in close quarters like nursing homes are particularly vulnerable to the crown of ours and that goes for prisoners to buy one count at least twenty five thousand inmates in American prisons have tested positive for the coronavirus with three hundred and seventy three deaths Jake Harper with side effects public media reports from Indiana at least seventeen Indiana prisoners have died so far during the pandemic the very first with Scotty Edwards he was seventy three years old serving time for attempted murder in two thousand one Edwards was at a prison called west Phil he thank you for ballpark about a week and a half an inmate named Josh told his mother in a recorded call that Edward started showing cope with symptoms in early April he has to be identified by his first name because he's afraid of retaliation from prison staff here's one over your medical travel time Medicare fail you're fine you can send them back to other inmates corroborated the story they said Edwards was short of breath dizzy and sweaty you can even make it to see medical staff on its own other prisoners pushed outwards in a wheelchair each time he was sent back to his dorm one very late accurate after land almost fell just said to inmates got Edwards to sit on a toilet an officer called the medical staff we are in the bathroom for about forty five minutes after they finally come out on oxygen and and make them you know five hours later you guys these personal accounts it contradicts the official story from the Indiana department of correction Edwards died on Monday April thirteenth the next day the department put out a release it read quote the offender a male over the age of seventy who did not have indications of illness reported experiencing chest pains and trouble breathing on Monday and quote the Westville inmates emphasized that Edwards didn't wait until that Monday to report his symptoms he complained to staff for days Dr Kristin dos is the chief medical officer for the department of correction she declined to explain the different accounts of his death we do not talk about the topic he says and patient clinical data advocates a vast Indiana governor Eric Holcomb to order early release for some inmates such as the old and sick governors in the nearby states of Ohio and Kentucky have ordered such releases but Holcomb has refused he says it's up to local judges to decide on a case by case basis in the meantime Dr das says Indiana prisons are taking steps to control the spread of the corona virus we moved quickly and yes we have separate bills were sick from the tech but according to accounts from numerous inmates that kind of quick isolation of sick prisoners doesn't always happen three inmates at a prison in Plainfield described another coded death one L. teeny died April nineteenth Cheney kept complaining he couldn't breathe according to a fellow prisoner who later told his girlfriend what happened over the phone he across we've been trying to get this you'll start your to send them the medical initiative back Tuesday another prisoner recalls that medical staff came to check on Cheney but left him in the dorm where he later died and it's bad prisoners say watching other inmates die like that is scary and they worry it'll keep happening before Scott Edwards got sick he shared his anxieties with the sister Gloria Sam he said I am afraid of this virus because we're close to gather any big comes out is spread like wildfire she says her brother stopped calling in early April which was unusual the day after he died she got a call from prison staff she thought they were gonna say Edwards was sick they sit here he attacked us at practice what do you mean testing that this is a symbol is one of the most hurtful things I've experienced in my life that was April fourteenth if he hadn't died Edwards would have been released from Westville prison on may
Kentucky governor partners with six other states to reopen economy
"Also Kentucky governor Randy Bashir another regional governors including governor Mike DeWine then governor Eric Holcomb of the Indiana announcing a partnership to reopen regional economy this year announced the partnership at his daily briefing Thursday we have expanded our partnerships with other states on how we jointly work to re open our economy this year said he along with Ohio governor Mike DeWine Wisconsin governor Tony Evers Minnesota governor Tim Walz Illinois governor JB Pritzker Indiana governor Eric Holcomb and Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer will work in close coordination to re open the economy in the
K-12 Schools Try To Salvage The Term By Teaching Remotely
"Window Indiana governor Eric Holcomb Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer have ordered schools in their respective states to stay close for the rest of the academic year saying simply we can't return we can't deny the facts or the world we live in today right now students are expected to continue to learn remotely the two states join a growing list of places that have canceled their school years some states extending shut
Governor Holcomb rejects landlord-tenant bill
"The governor's veto kills the landlord tenant bill Stanley R. reports about the right time for it says governor Eric Holcomb not with many Hoosiers out of work in the fallout from corona virus he has vetoed the bill that would have prevented cities across Indiana from enforcing protections for renters in doing so Holcomb defies the Indiana apartment association that group had lobbied for the bill after Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett moved to oppose new housing proposals
Indiana Confirms 1st Case of Coronavirus
"We're here today to announce that Indiana has in fact received its first case of coronavirus coded nineteen I did want to also stress and underscore how we're moving forward I have just signed and declared a public health emergency to ensure that the state of Indiana is in the absolute best position to get the federal funding necessary to respond governor Eric Holcomb announcing that India has its first case of corona virus the patient is a man he's in isolation in Marion County he has looks like he went to Boston the came back and thought he made at a mild case of a called ahead to the doctor's office they put him in a like a side room at community north hospital with no like negative air flow and he is
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is my conversation with governor Eric Holcomb and yes we did ask about the big reveal and Amazon we want all our first although governor talking happy thanksgiving hope everything is going well for you Janet and Henry well I'm here trying to pitch in just a little bit and Janice probably frantically running around our kitchen preparing for family to descend on the house so from here all go there and start doing my chores at home as well well let's start big news of the day on article law and reveal accuse your administration of maybe Bob producing some fines eliminate them for Amazon in the wake of a death of a worker what's your thoughts what's your reaction all those well I am trying to own today thanksgiving I'm trying to take a page out of the the course book and get to a place of forgiveness because this was I don't know what motivated these allies but for some media outlets to take them as truth doing zero investigation they're not just spreading lies they're selling them and that's a big reason say what you will about elected officials but that's a big reason why the public has lost faith in some more media outlets not all of them but some of them anyone that would want to profit with doing them no investigation no true investigation it is the what reveal put out there is a littered with allies and so they'll be and and it won't be too long an appropriate time and place for us to formally respond I can tell you this the active one of the accusations and there are many inaccuracies and any kind of thorough serious simple questions would have would have the bone these accusations but I can just tell you this we've asked for on occasion tell me the time date and place that this supposed meeting that never did happen happen and they won't do that because they know as governor I've I've actually got people around me twenty four hours a day and they know where we are and will be able to prove whatever time place and and date that they said this meeting happened which never did will be able to prove them wrong and I guess I just don't want to be proven wrong you'll be making unveil your Leslie buttoned up next week all over the big McHale can give us a bit of a preview I know you got the teachers pay no commission that is still out there look at that issue yes we will invade Ole more legislative agenda in our administrative agenda in in December your correct we'll talk about it will go into much more detail shortly thereafter and do a comprehensive deep dive into how we intend to spend two thousand and twenty building one Indiana border to border and I couldn't be more excited about that we're on a roll I just got back from the Republican governors association meeting in February we'll have our national governors association meeting and this is a time that's a bipartisan gathering this is a time where we swap best practices and lessons learned from from one another and I can tell you every time I go to either of these two I get a lot of questions about how how we remain on a roll here in the state of Indiana we continue to be very bullish on what twenty twenty is going to look like as well professor quick by January one my home state of Illinois legalizes marijuana recreational purposes there is a lot of land along that Illinois Indiana border some folks are property and a journey both states any worry concerns what this does for state police enforcement our state police are the best in the country and they'll continue to be equipped and resource appropriately to to be able to carry out their job and you're right we do share a border and there's a lot of Illinois businesses that are come in Indiana because the grass is greener over here literally grass street you're one of the few that get that could talk to go in.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The unexpected death of a favorite at the zoo. Mostly cloudy, overnight, scattered showers developed Wednesday, I've seen Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. The staff of the Indianapolis zoo had to say goodbye to their six year old African elephant Madison McGill reports died late Tuesday morning after showing signs of Donald discomfort on Sunday veterinarian say her symptoms seemed like mild colic, and she was drinking and eating staff stayed with her overnight Sunday and Monday, but are symptoms progressed rapidly. He will be done to determine cause of death. Does you says elephants grieve, and we're given time with her after she died to understand why she won't be with them anymore. Madison. Mcgill Ninety-three WIBC mobile new attorney general Curtis Ville could be disciplined by the Indiana supreme court disciplinary commission last year. He'll watch accused of groping for women at a downtown Indianapolis bar back in July. He blamed the media across the country. We see a media based on. Sensationalism? The commission says hill violated the rules of professional conduct and has shown no remorse with final passage in the Senate Tuesday. Indiana is set to have a state school superintendent appointed by the governor not chosen by your vote. Governor Eric Holcomb says governors should be responsible for administering education policy and departing superintendent, Jennifer McCormick says the race for governor in twenty twenty. We'll loser greater attention. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Wrestler. Chris Jericho could be with amber Nigel. He's with a group called Fosse in their in town. They're going to be playing at the vogue. But that's that's just the that's just the tip of the iceberg. John O'hurley. Best known is Peterman on Seinfeld will be with them and five. Oh, six. Oh my goodness. Make sure you are glued to your radio. Our buddy governor Eric Holcomb will be with hammer Nigel he's going to be talking about. Well, I'm sure they're gonna be asking him about what I have deemed the war on truckers that one billion dollar tax increase on truckers. It's gonna be a huge afternoon show coming up hammer and Nigel four to seven today on WABC get I'm rob kindle in for Tony Katz. Thank you so much for joining us. And speaking of the governor, there's an art. Article out in Indy star that says through public records requests, it's been revealed. Lot of people really upset with the governor about his call for Curtis hill, the attorney general to resign. And of course, if you aren't aware or new to the party. After session the legislative session ended in March. Attorney general Curtis hill was allegedly involved in an incident at a bar the night the session ended involving four women and inappropriate touching and Curtis hill. The attorney general has vehemently denied the allegations. And it has really divided people on this whole topic course, the the epicenter of the the metoo era the metoo movement. Several the women have given their accounts of what happened in multiple different publications in the in the city and many of the high ranking Indiana officials, including the governor called on the attorney general general resign, and at the time I said that was a very bad move by the governor not because I'm supporting Curtis hill. Not because I'm saying, I don't believe these women. I I like everybody else. Don't know what really happened. There's. Only a select few who do but I was critical of the governor because the person who's investigating. This is the inspector general and. That person is appointed by the governor. And I really felt that that statement by the governor while it probably didn't actually taint the investigation while it probably will have no impact on the actual finding of facts that the mere perception that the governor makes a statement and the person that he appoints is in charge of the investigation the findings of which will go to a special prosecutor as that's not good. That's not good to even give a a hint or any sort of sense that everything is is not Justice is blind. Right. And and I just felt that was really muddy the waters on that whole investigation. And it appears that a lot of people have felt the same way because this this public records request of. Tain by indie star show that basically the folks are upset there are a lot of really angry people that sent in voice their frustration either through Email or or phone call to the to the governor's office. Some of the descriptions here of what people said one person credit. The governor is quote, a useful idiot of the democrat party also part of the swamp or then one of some people said he should resign. So again, nobody other than the people that were involved in the actual incident. No, the women who've accused Curtis L certainly seem sincere their stories on many levels are very similar. They seem credible. I am not in any way by saying the governor should kept his mouth shut saying, I I don't believe these women or a don't find them to be credible. But the folk. Seem to agree that the governor should have stayed out of this let the system do its job run its course. And then we will all see the contents of that investigation. And then if the governor had seen that and then after the investigation is complete wanted to say that fine. That's fine. But again, once again, people are on my side is it always appears they are ninety three WIBC rob KENDALL in for Tony cats keeping an eye on hurricane Florence yesterday. We talked about it on this show as it was barreling towards Wilmington, North Carolina. I said look is it these these hurricanes. Are tricky tricky things. And when we talk tomorrow, it could be totally different. And it is if you're waking up today yesterday was expected to hit land as a category four hurricane and that would have been an absolute disaster for that area. Now expected to hit land at a category two perhaps perhaps even one after it initially makes landfall and to give you an idea of the difference between a category four and a category to a category. Four hurricane is a hundred and thirty to a hundred and fifty six miles per hour that I mean that is absolute devastation to most things in its path. I mean, you're talking homes buildings et cetera. You're talking just catastrophic flooding. A category to on the other hand is ninety six to one hundred ten miles an hour of win. Again. Not good not something you want to have. Ideally, but it is certainly easier to sustain a category two hurricane then a category. Four now. The other interesting thing is this has started to turn south and just two or three days ago. South Carolina looked like it was going to be totally spared now in big trouble there and Georgia has even joined South Carolina, North Carolina Virginia, declaring states of emergency. Because once this thing had South Georgia is going to be right in the line of that as well. Now, again, I want to preface they're they're thinking it will hit early Friday morning late Thursday night by the time it hits it could be totally different this afternoon. It could be totally different hurricanes are incredible incredible things, and again, nobody knows. But man, just everybody out there from Wilmington. In south on alert, keeping their eyes open. But some good news seemingly as the hurricane in strength has dropped. The problem's going to be the biggest problem is going to be flooding because once this thing hits land, and it starts to turn south. It is gonna sit they think it's going to sit and some areas they're saying could get twenty to forty inches of rain on the coast. And again that is a horrific level of flooding. So lot of moving parts, I know a lot of hoosiers are down there helping out FEMA ready to go. It'll be very interesting to watch this thing over the next twelve hours or so as hurricane foreign begins to to make landfall late Thursday early Friday morning, ninety three WIBC rob can Lynn for Tony cats. Stick around more on the way coming up next. But I met bear tells about those roads Robert taking a look at the interstates right now. And so far so good. Yeah. If you're coming in from the east side on is seventy seventy here pretty much wide open. You're looking good four sixty five solid through Emerson avenue.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Raising the taxes on what he's raising the tolls. Tolls. Tolls toll. So you don't have to pay it unless you use it unless you drive there. All I thought that's what the gas tax was all about remember, the largest tax increase in the history of our state that was gonna fix the roads. You remember that eleven cents a gallon now, Mark if you're scoring at home. Okay. All right. So we're where's this toll? All right. Governor Eric Holcomb unveiled Tuesday, a one billion dollar infrastructure plan, which would be funded by an increase in toll rates for heavy vehicles on the Indiana toll road. So it's on truckers. Yeah. I guess they suck. I guess if you're a trucker governor, Eric Holcomb, not your buddy said truckers are mad. Is there anything else? We can talk about. No, no. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, man. Yeah. Truckers, man. So one billion dollars that is a lot. That's a lot of money after we just did one billion a year in the gas tax increase. Yeah. So where did that go? Yes. That's a good question. Mark governor Holcomb would like to sit down, and oh, I don't know up. He summit. And clarify it for everyone. Doesn't sound very peaceful. Yeah. Right now, you sound on him, which is probably why he doesn't wanna come here and have any sort of summit with you. I mean, I gotta tell you. You're not being very enticing right now. Hans right now you should have seen yesterday about four thirty. When the Scott announced, I did see a Facebook post. I didn't I saw that saw that from right across Facebook. Now, I'm gonna ask you this. Because you two are very smart. Well, thank you of the smartest women I've ever met. You mean shrews? Shrews are very very smart while the governor is clarified that this is for quote, unquote, roads, I would like to see if you could help me understand how some of these expenditures qualifies roads. Okay. This is the play at home edition. If you're listening hearing, our voice play along at who listening. Okay. An additional twenty million to lure more international direct flights to Indianapolis. Well, I mean, I mean, there's roads that the the play the place have to fly, right? The landing road. That's always fun when the plane land on the road, we they got nine. All right runway on going around keep going hundred million to bring broadband access to ROY underserved areas through grants. I would love broadband. Can I have that? We don't have cable where I live. You know, what they probably need to put it under the road. I live in an underserved area. The auto. Rural area. So that where there's very few roads. Yeah. Lots of corn not not a of cable. Ninety million for the addition of more, hiking biking and riding trails biking, hiking myemma cyclists. I mean, if you look at the Monin, it's essentially like a road, it's hard to take my road bike on a non road exa-. I don't have a mountain bike. So this is also just as affecting me. Rob just remember if you're a trucker when you vote in twenty twenty governor Holcomb hate your guts. Not true. I don't think that is true. I think that he actually was sit down and hang out with you. I've been trying for weeks because that's because you're crazy. Freaking lunatic. Let's get something. Good, shall we? Yeah. President Trump does not like Bob Woodward. My gosh. My case him now. Guy. He's kind of puttable. Oh my God. You're ready. Yeah. The already discredited. Woodward.
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Prime Minister Hun, Twitter and Patrick Fos discussed on Joshua's Trail with Elder Dr. Levon Yuille
"Dot com I'm Ron garage Hundreds of people filled in Indianapolis church yesterday for funeral services for four of the nine Indiana family members, killed when, a, tourist, boat, sank, on a Missouri. Lake Indiana governor Eric Holcomb wife Janet along with Representative Andre Carson were among the dignitaries attending services at grace apostolic. Church for the husband and three children of Tia Coleman an attempted robbery to jewelry store today prompted a heavy police response following, initial reports. Of an, active shooter at a Corpus Christi Texas area mall officials say those reports though were actually the, result of glass, cases being smashed as a jewelry. Store the plaza mall all known suspects are in custody no injuries reported cracking down on hate abuse and. Online trolls is also hurting Twitter's standing with their investors the company stocks plunged Friday after it reported the decline in its monthly users and warned. That the number could fall farther in the coming months the twenty, point five percent plunge comes one. Day after face Book lost nineteen percent of its value in a single day Twitter. Says it's putting the long-term stability of its platform above user growth. That leaves investors seemingly unable to value with the biggest companies, in the. Sector which, rely on their potential user reach are worth Patrick fos reporting Cambodians voting in Sunday's general election, we'll have a, nominal choice of twenty parties but. In reality only two serious options either extend Prime Minister Hun sees thirty three years in power or don't. Bother to vote at all the key factor was last November supreme court decision to dissolve the Cambodian national rescue party their rival to hun sees..
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"B. o. fifty metal detectors and so the stats are in the window to apply as as. Closed and according to the south bend Tribune more than ninety four percent of Indiana's public. School districts have, requested the, metal detectors and it all three thousand two, hundred and, twenty eight devices were. Requested Three three thousand two hundred twenty eight devices now we don't have a cost on this yet it's going to be very very interesting to see what what the final cost of being but here's my question Three thousand two hundred twenty eight devices requested are they're going to be three thousand? Two hundred, twenty eight new resource officers that are going to be? Hired to use these if not are, they going to be three thousand two. Hundred twenty eight people who are properly trained to. Use them if so what, sort of training are they going to go through who's going. To pay for that There are so many unanswered questions with this and again this is not an indictment. Of Eric Holcomb as a person I think. He's a very, nice guy he's a very nice guy Eric Holcomb is. Totally sorta guy you'd want to go out and have a beverage wet I'm sure that'd be a blast maybe not me and him together but. Get them saying my criticism. Of this program is not that I think Eric hold them so bad Garrett doesn't care about kids, I think he's totally all about school safety I. Think he I think he desperately. Wants every student to be safe my criticism of Eric Holcomb on this much. Like with the gas tax is you're just throwing money at a problem without any sort of plan I guarantee Avon high school I don't know whether they applied for a high school going to get ten of these or not but they were eligible for roughly ten of these they're not? Hiring ten, security guards they can't do it think just went through? A referendum to pay for teachers Money to pay teachers so who's. Going to use these now. I talked to one superintendent he. Was pretty candid I'm not going to reveal the whole. Conversation but there's one superintendent basically. Said I think this is gonna, work I don't think this is the right approach I think this is a bad move and so I said why are you taking. Them because they're taking the metal detectors he. Said I have, to he said what choice do I have because if. I don't take him and something happens well then people say why didn't you take the metal detectors so what we've created here's an environment in. Which the governor says why. Must do something something must be done says Reverend Lovejoy wife says on the Simpsons someone must must, think of the children and I don't have an. Answer so instead of getting the. Answer and taking my time and telling everybody calm down let's get it right I'm just gonna I'm going to. Invent this program that's going to cost it's. Going to be well over a million. Dollars with almost with, more than thirty two hundred? Of these things going out it's. Going to, be millions and, millions of, dollars and I'm sure this? Won't be the only opportunity to apply for these, when, it's all said, and done so I'm just going to? Throw money at this, problem I'm just saying that's what we're doing, here there's no plan there's no rhyme or? Reason to it and and when it's all, said and done unless you're going to, are you going to train if. You're going to train people that's going to cost a lot of money to who's, going to do this Where are they going to be at metal ones are. Not I've talked to several people insecurity Gooding some people that, that secure many of our government buildings including some people secure. The statehouse metal ones are not designed. To be an. Indoor be all they're designed to be a second layer. Of protection you know that's why if you go to the state house you'll walk through the metal detector and when you. Walk through the metal detector if you set it, off then they want you that that's how that works you know there's a reason for that those things. Are not failsafe so what we've created an environment in. Which money thrown at a problem many school. Districts no it's..
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Person who really screwed up by doing this though the person who looks really bad and all of this is eric holcomb the governor of the state of indiana and we'll get to that in the next segment to about why his inability to keep his mouth shut has tainted this entire thing after that couple of days later the first accusers account shows up but it's not to the cops it's not to the police to law enforcement it's to the indy star are you catching a trend your week in the business we call this drip drip drip you know why they do that to keep it in the news to keep recycling it to keep it at the forefront now i'm not a guy that believes there was a gunman on the grassy knoll but that seems a little coincidental right i mean if you're alleging you were sexually assaulted which this this i the state rep who's alleging that's what she says in her account it's right there at the top she was sexually assaulted by curtis l she's not going to the cops and this is months later she's going to indy star she still hasn't gone to the cops by all accounts she's going indie star curtis hill is enforced to come out says i didn't do this there are tons of fallacies in this report i was never talked to i'm not going anywhere by mic drop walks out after that another accuser comes forward drip drip drip and then most recently the biggest rip of all the biggest drop nikki to silva republican she works for the republican caucus in the senate because the first two were democrats right that's very important now the republican comes out and identifies herself drip drip drip so that's where we're at right now that's where we're at you have the attorney general of the state of indiana accused of sexual assault by not one not two not three but four women it's very dealing their stories are very compelling but when we come back i'm gonna tell you where the state has completely dropped the ball most of all the governor of the state eric holcomb he has screwed the whole thing up he isn't tainted the entire investigation and as a result if it goes forward curse hill could bring the entire gop in indiana down with him ninety three wibc rob kindled rob kindle show stick around more on the way coming up next news happens is all happening fast very fast faster than even i envision and there's no slowing down we can flow it down on the floor of the senate floor so you just gotta keep up next as we go forward check in often they're going to do so for news as it happens the shooting man russia and syria north korea this is news and we will be listening ninety three wibc before i was queen latifah it was always my.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Over there my name is nigel special in studio guest route kendall producer for the chicks on the right he's also got his own show on the weekends here ninetythree wibc rob we solve this op ed piece in the indy start a day from gop staffer nikki to silva she's otherwise known as employees a in this league curtis hill memo detailing the attorney general's inappropriate touching and harassment at a bar a few months ago so we have yet another person from this memo coming forward and saying yeah that's me he did it but toby to show a little skin i keep reading these things over and over three people have come forward now there's still one more anonymous person that's involved in that memo i keep seeing these headlines thinking up this is it this is it it's over for the attorney general this is done this out can you keep going it's not helpful but i go back to buy assertion i made from the beginning eric holcomb the governor matlock eric holcomb screwed this all up by condemning the guy because eric holcomb appoints the spector general who's going to do the investigation which will give the facts to the special prosecutor holcombes condemn the guy how is the inspector general supposed to do an impartial investigation when her boss who controls her employment has already condemned the guy you're going big picture and i see that but do you believe that curtis hill is in some serious trouble here because now we've got another name to go with this and it's somebody that's on the same side of the political scale so you can't say that it's a witch hunt by the democrats i believe nikki mentioned that in her op ed piece in the indy star today it's republicans its democrats they all have very detailed stories this isn't a real good luck yeah get it's not helpful for him but here's the thing the indiana constitution spoke with senator jim merritt today who's the chairman of the republican caucus and he was very clear unless courtesy ill is convicted and that's keyword convicted of a misdemeanor not accused not charges brought against him convicted of a misdemeanor day cannot impeach him they absolutely cannot impeach him that's from the chairman of the republican caucus in the senate without him being convicted of a misdemeanor he already doesn't like these guys so why would he quit you know what's interesting about this latest piece in the indie stars december said she and the others never wanted any of this to get out i just wanted him to recognize his behavior to make sure would never happen again yeah and that's where it gets really interesting right because somebody gave the standi star somebody gave this report and it had to be politically motivated and maybe that's why the republicans in the beginning were like how did this get out it you would tend to think from the republican side it was the democrats who gave it out just by reading that op ed piece today in the indy star which to their credit you know they've been the recipient of these leagues and i think they've done a pretty good job all the information out there not their fault at all it feels like nikki dasilva here didn't really want to come out but after curtis hills press conference where he walked up there for seven and a half minutes his name defiant yeah that's what it seems like bothered nikki dasilva and that's why she came out and this is where we come back to the governor eric holcomb has really screwed this up by his public comments because we are dependent upon the inspector general to get the facts which will go to the special prosecutor now i'm not saying that the the inspector general's not going to do her job i'm not saying she's biased but perception is reality and when your boss i mean you guys know this david would came this and said here's what i think will we're not saying oh yeah that's right 'cause we need a paycheck whether that's what's going to happen or not the public perception is your bosses hardy waited you're gonna find but rob holcomb didn't say that he thought hill was guilty he just said yeah you.
"eric holcomb" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The level of the the attorney general is standing firm partly cloudy and ninety one degrees becoming mostly clear overnight thunderstorms possible tomorrow afternoon i'm staying lear here's what's trending at four thirty curtis hill says he will not resign in spite of the call for his departure which comes even from governor eric holcomb i respect the governor and i believe him to be an honorable man and i wish he had reached out to me regarding these accusations before rushing to judgment he is accused of sexual harassment by state legislator in three legislative staff members hill is blaming the controversy on the news media president trump announces his court nominee tonight and it could be former notre dame law professor amy coney barrett you can hear the president's announcement live on ninety three wibc nine o'clock the trump administration is not expected to beat the deadline for reuniting children separated from their parents at the border with mexico fox's jessica rosenthal explains why more than half of the one hundred and two children under the age of five are expected to be reunited with parents or sponsors by tuesday those will happen at ice run locations and the plan is to release the families a federal judge had set tuesday as the deadline to reunite all of the younger kids but he says it is clear that deadline cannot be met the justice department says more than forty children might not be reunified by then on friday the justice department said the parents of nineteen kids had been deported and the parents of another nineteen were released the judge expects the government to file paperwork by tuesday about the plan for the kids who aren't being immediately reunited with their parents jessica rosenthal fox news the fort wayne health clinic was opened for eighty one years until today planned parenthood of indiana and kentucky president and ceo christie gillespie says their landlord kicked them out she blames allen county right to life.
Mystery deepens after couple sickened with nerve agent not 'deliberately targeted'
"I wanna thank justice kennedy for his lifetime of truly distinguished service president has said he will name his choice on monday republican sources tell fox vice president pence says also met with leading candidates police in the uk trying to piece together how a couple became critically ill from the same nerve agent at second a former russian spy in his daughter to main piece of evidence right now we have the same soviet air nova chuck very very dangerous very toxic and of course it was used just eight miles away from the script poisons where this other couple was also poisoned so police joining the dodge and already we're seeing diplomatic spats going on between russia and the uk today a number of locations have been searched after tested confirmed that the toxin was the same one fox's benjamin hall indiana's republican governor eric holcomb.
Father of Pulse gunman was FBI informant, widow's attorneys say
"This is talk radio five sixty san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the case of oh skill no fret the mass murderer and the fbi i'm michael toscano the president doesn't believe that any of the claims that mistake was made last night interviewer accurate spokesman raj shah saying president trump doesn't believe anyone from his organization threaten porn star stormy daniels not to talk about their alleged sexual affair as she claimed on sixty minutes last night no he does not omar mateen was once being considered as a potential fbi informant prior to killing forty nine people back in two thousand sixteen at the pulse nightclub in orlando that according to an fbi special agent called as a witness today in the ongoing trial of mateen's widow nora salman martin savage reports that perry mason moment came after solomon's attorneys had already filed a motion to dismiss the case because they had just learned the gunman's father said dc martine was an fbi informant the judge in the courtroom today said that he was made aware of this information and the motion by the defense to dismiss or drop the charges and he says he's going to put that into consideration this evening indiana governor eric holcomb has signed a bill into law that allows murder charges for crimes that ended up killing unborn babies prosecutors can seek murder voluntary manslaughter involuntary manslaughter or feet aside charges depending on how far along the pregnancy was the new law does not apply to abortions jim roope is reporting facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and other social media ceos are being hauled before a senate committee it's an invite to a hearing on data privacy to be held april tenth soccer bursts expected to be asked about the cambridge analytic data breach and explained what happened why and what's being done to stop it from happening again we're going to be working on this forever invited to to the hearing google ceo sundar pichai and twitter ceo jack dorsey to also fill congress in on what they're doing federal trade commission confirms it's investigating facebook and that's sent facebook investors into a selling spree dropping its value and other six percent on wall street the dow's up almost six hundred i'm michael toscano a few years back i founded a small company now it's a big company the.