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Philadelphia Police Fired 14 Shots at Walter Wallace Jr.
"Police held a press conference and say that the two city police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Walt Her. Wallace Jr fired a total of 14 shots. It's not clear how many struck the victim maybe sees Eva Pilgrim says It's sparked protests and arrest people covering the streets as fireworks and other projectiles explode in the air lines clearly drawn at times the crowd forcing cruisers back in the street. 30 officers injured Over the course of the night, the pickup plowing into an officer. That officer currently in stable condition. Police say they made 91 arrests here Listening
Police officer fired after fatally shooting Black teen north of Downtown Chicago
"In Illinois, fired After killing a back black man and wounding his girlfriend, Renai, an Illinois police officer involved in the shooting of a black man. Fire officials in the city of Waukegan say they terminated the officer that discharged his firearm during that incident for multiple policy and procedure violations. The officer is accused of killing 19 year old Marcellus to net and wounding his girlfriend to Pharrell Williams responded. Eva Pilgrim wins news time 3 50 here at
Coronavirus Deaths Pass One Million Worldwide
"We turn to the coronavirus pandemic here in the US, the virus now taking more than a million lives worldwide and. One fifth of those lives right here in the US more than two hundred, five, thousand American lives lost now a new study tonight finding cases in children rising from two percent to ten percent since the spring and as New York City children go back to school for the first time the alarming rise in cases right here in this city threatening to close the schools again ABC's Eva pilgrim tonight from new. York. Just as New York City. Elementary students went back to the classroom schools already at risk of closing the city reporting Koba positivity rate taking up above three percent for the first time since June new clusters traced to nine zip coats if the schools are not safe. I'm not going to allow them to operate. Period. The city to close schools as early as next week if that number stays above three percent, the potential setback coming as Cova cases in children have risen from two percent to ten percent nationwide over the last five months. One of those cases twelve year old Elizabeth mcnew from Atlantic Beach Florida who passed away after A. Battle with the virus Elizabeth came to me and said. I'm not breathing right mummy tonight a new report from the New York Times says over the summer white. House. Officials tried to pressure the CDC to play down the risks of sending children back to School Olympia, troy of aid to the vice president sat in on Task Force meetings it was. People within the White House specifically tasking more junior level staff to try to find alternate data data that the narrative that they wanted, which was it only affects you know people above the age of seventy five and it doesn't effect younger school children. It was all part of the narrative of we need to open up the schools. And the White House pushing back on that New York Times reporting saying that the task force brings together experts with different expertise and views
Health Officials Urge Residents To Avoid Large Gatherings During Labor Day Weekend
"Labor Day celebrations get out of control. That plea from Dr Anthony found she urging caution as Americans battle the Corona virus pandemic on a call with governors, the nation's top infectious disease doctor warning of dire consequences if Labor Day weekend gatherings leads to another. Increase in infections. But as Americans prepared to celebrate some areas are not closing. That's ABC is Eva Pilgrim doctor found. She also saying a Corona virus vaccine could be available sooner than expected of clinical trials now underway produced overwhelmingly positive results Doctor found, she says, if a vaccine could be deemed safe and effective Researchers would have a moral obligation to end the trial early and make the vaccine available to everyone in the study, the
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO
"Now acknowledging it may be easier to spread covert 19 then it was originally believed. We acknowledge that there is Emerging evidence in this field, 239 Scientists from 32 countries put pressure on the W H o to change its current guidance. We have long known that the virus can spread by large droplets that are on ly in the air for minutes. Those droplets can come from costs or sneezes or even talking, loudly singing or heavy breathing. Thie scientists now say this virus May be able to stay in the air much longer. In much smaller, tiny aerosolized particles. Those particles could potentially get caught up in the circulation system of a room. That's our problem in Indoor environments, so in buildings and rooms where the ventilation is poor and virus can build up, especially if there's lots of people in the room. Look at the study out of China. A woman went to a restaurant before showing any symptoms. Less than two weeks later, nine other people got the virus, five who were not seated at her table. Some of the people who got sick were more than 15 feet away. In Washington state. Tony Reyes was one of 14 customers testing positive after going to the East Vancouver Bar for employees also sick. Eventually, they said, we're gonna have to move me into I C u don't be naive. This virus is no joke. He's sent recovered, but cases tied to restaurants and bars have pushed several cities and states. Roll back openings at indoor businesses. Dr. Anthony Voucher, the country's chief infectious disease, experts said he thinks governors in states with surgeon cases should mandate masks to prevent outbreaks. Masking distancing, washing hands. Closing bars. If you do that, I think will be a giant step was interfering with the spread in your community. One studies suggesting that these particles can linger in the air for as long as 16 hours in a lab setting, Dr Fauci and Dr Marseille. This reiterates why it's so important to wear a mask especially endures. Even when social distancing That's ABC is Eva Pilgrim, a bad fall last month, Lina's Supreme Court chief Justice John Roberts, in the hospital. It was just over two weeks ago, Chief Justice Roberts had to be taken away by ambulance and stayed overnight in the hospital. He suffered a head injury that required stitches. No explanation why the incident wasn't revealed publicly When it happened. The secret kept confidential until someone tipped off a reporter. Roberts has suffered two seizures in the past, but the high Court says his doctors ruled that out as a cause they believed he was dehydrated. Derek Dennis, ABC NEWS Marvin Top, local and regional Lou's coming up on the other side of the bottom of the hour. We'll check in with ABC News next. Thanks for being with us this morning. Come on, Whose time 11 28.
COVID-19 vaccine sees early positive results
"It it appears appears progress progress being being made made in in the the development development of of a a covert covert 19 19 vaccine. vaccine. Here's Here's NBC's NBC's Eva Eva Pilgrim Pilgrim Visor Visor announcing announcing promising promising results results from from early early trials trials are first vaccine candidate is listening antibody levels to neutralize the virus. It is equivalent to or better than what you see people who have had covered 19 The World Health Organization's latest report shows 17 potential vaccines in human trials 132 in pre clinical phase. It's the front runners, according to the W. H O Oxford, AstraZeneca in the UK, Cancino in China and Moderna here in the U. S. Oxford, the furthest along now in Phase three, enlisting more than 10,000 volunteers if found to be safe and effective emergency. Doses of Oxford's vaccine could be ready by October in China. Cancino given the green light for military use, and here, the U. S biotech company, Moderna sets begin Phase three human trials in collaboration with the National Institute of Health this month with 30,000 volunteers if successful, hoping to have doses ready by early 2021 while the progress so far looks promising. Success isn't a guarantee, and experts warn the vaccines themselves aren't the only issue. Developing Snaith and effective vaccines isn't the only challenge. We need to have enough supply. And potentially hundreds of millions of Americans willing to get vaccinated in orderto achieve herd immunity, and doctors say it's key for companies to test large numbers of people both old and young to prove the vaccine is safe and effective. If we sort of cut corners on those things, I don't think we should create the confidence people need, so I think we can get there, but we have to do it. You do it right on. The FDA has said If researchers can show that a vaccine is safe, and at least 50% effective, they will likely approve it for use. That's a BCS Eva Pilgrim from
U.S. Jobs Report Shows Clearest Data Yet on Economic Toll
"The latest job report showing the unemployment at its worst a fourteen point seven percent jobless rate A. B. C.'s over eva pilgrim with more in just the last month twenty point five million Americans losing their jobs unemployment surging to a rate not seen since the Great Depression behind those staggering numbers millions of Americans are on the brink of financial ruin and that report yesterday shows the economy shedding more than twenty million jobs forcing many to turn to unemployment and even to food banks
Man who stole ambulance, led Philadelphia police on chase
"A man is in custody recovering from a parent officer fired gunshots after police responded to a domestic disturbance call at a local hotel leading to a low speed chase of a stolen ambulance in Philadelphia ABC's eva pilgrim for nearly two hours police in full pursuit at one point officers almost arresting the suspect but he manages to drive off ramming into a set of police cars the ambulance losing two front wheels driving on sparks finally the chase ending police pulling the suspect out of the ambulance and taking him into
Democrat Presidential Candidates Prepare For South Carolina Primary.
"The focus now in the twenty twenty democratic presidential race is South Carolina holds its primary on Saturday the super Tuesday nominating contests are just days later March third correspondent eva pilgrim says Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus is over the weekend solidifying his frontrunner status the democratic socialists admits this wave of success is surprising even him but a potential stumble amid a surge in popularity Sanders drawing criticism for comments on communist leader Fidel Castro when Fidel Castro came into office you know what he did he had a massive literacy program is not a bad thing even though Fidel Castro did Joe Biden now hitting harder Sanders electability Biden has been campaigning in South Carolina focusing on the African American vote with Sanders surging in the delegate count pundits say South Carolina could be Biden's last stand Mike Bloomberg will not appear on the South Carolina ballot but he will be on the ballots on super
Early voting underway in Nevada ahead of state caucus
"Early voting is underway in Nevada through tomorrow night ahead of Saturday's caucuses A. B. C.'s eva pilgrim talked to a woman who wasn't surprised to learn that she'd stand in line for hours to cast a ballot people are waiting in line so long only one the matters Democratic Party says more than twenty six thousand people cast votes during the first two days of early voting and many of them it says were first time
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"ABC's eva pilgrim with continuing coverage the New Hampshire primary Richard can't to ABC news it's five oh two three people including an innocent bystander hurt after a drive by shooting it happened overnight near southwest one hundred twelfth Avenue in Miami Dade police say armed men on ATVs fired into a moving car and then hit two men in the head one of those victims is in critical condition the others in stable condition and the woman that was hit by the stray bullet is also expected to be fine five a three in since late last month multiple law enforcement agencies have been searching across the state for baby and your cover hero my meeting police department lead agency in the investigation says unless there's a new lead to follow the active search for the boy is over deputies found the boy's father forty nine year old and mistook away at a dead of an apparent suicide your van parked in Pasco county no sign of the baby police say he killed the infant's mother grandmother and great grandmother at their Redland home before abducting Andrew a private investigator will continue working on the case for the family at no charge well house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the actions of the justice department should be investigated after all for prosecutors in the Roger stone case step down in a statement on Twitter the U. California Democrats and president trump engaged in political interference by commenting on the sentencing of his longtime associate she said it is outrageous that the DOJ has deeply damaged the rule of law by withdrawing its original sensing recommendation DOJ officials have said the recommendation of seven to nine years in prison was extreme and excessive and trump called a miscarriage of justice that is mark Mayfield reporting the spread of the corona virus has a citrus county couple worried crystal river spill and gay quartered in quarantine for eight days on the diamond princess cruise ship off Japan's coast after the only spread among passengers thirty more people on board got sick yesterday which makes one hundred seventy four on the ship that have tested positive for the virus for more news less in the daily diets big news stories explained not shot at less than the daily drive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Natalie Rodriguez let's say you just bought a house bad.
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on WTVN
"Was a party ABC's eva pilgrim in Columbia South Carolina that state's democratic primaries February twenty ninth for federal prosecutors quit the Roger stone case after the justice department overruled them and will seek a shorter prison term for president trump confidante after Mr trump call the original recommendation seven to nine years very horrible and unfair former homeland security acting undersecretary John Collins is an ABC news contributor away the entire circumstances handled by the justice department is highly unusual and DOJ will have to demonstrate that politics and political influence did not play a role both the justice department and president trump's say there was no communication on stone mini van recall Honda recalling two hundred forty one thousand Odyssey minivans E. excel touring an elite variance from the eighteen through twenty model years they have to fix a wiring problem that can cause fires owners to be notified by mail next month you're listening to ABC news five oh two it news radio six ten WTVN traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense mornings and afternoons here's Johnny hill the more work on the south side over night is two seventy westbound ramp to seventy one south and the seventy one north ramp to two seventy west both closed discipline nightly projects throughout the week and we are re open it now as of five AM for the morning drive so that you could expect over night here the rest the week freeway delays very light around town in all four directions especially as you come in in seventy one north is.
Country star's tour bus goes up in flames
"Along the highway in Louisiana country stars tour bus turned into a fiery inferno the musician streaming the whole disaster that occurred ABC's eva pilgrim has more award winning artist Neal McCoy watch from the side of the road as massive claims to for this tour bus the singer who captured the whole incident on Facebook live just said they were traveling from Texas
Popular Iowa congresswoman endorses Joe Biden for president
"Joe Biden has landed that a high profile endorsement in Iowa from congresswoman Abby think an hour she's the first member of Iowa's congressional delegation to take sides correspondent eva pilgrim is on the campaign trail in Iowa just one month until the Iowa caucuses and the candidates are out in full force Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are both expected make stops in the area today and this is still anyone's race the latest polling showing people here in Iowa still haven't made up their minds Bernie
A BC student killed himself the day of his graduation. Now his girlfriend has been charged with manslaughter
"A former Boston College student is accused of encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide Alexander to took his own life just two hours before graduating this past may after abuse that included forty seven thousand text over two months urging him to go kill himself and just die ABC's eva pilgrim has more in young you now facing charges for involuntary manslaughter these allegations echoing another Massachusetts case in two thousand seventeen Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter after sending
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO
"Luggage compartment of the Peter Pan bus on its way to Boston here's ABC's eva pilgrim there was a lot yeah yeah the luggage I need help nobody knows where people in the front to hear her thank you for help the woman clearly she can sue colluded and scared for her life attempting to alert authorities about her whereabouts despite being unable to see the road something if you close the door and we're writing Peter Pan bus route please help passengers after nearly an hour the bus was eventually pulled over by police my client would never do something as evil as cruel as intentionally locking someone in the luggage compartment in deciding to drive on the highway with that person in the luggage compartment driver windy Bertie arrested and charged with unlawful restraint lawyer telling ABC news all charges have been dropped and that is client was wrongfully accused there's nothing that I've seen there's no evidence that the you know audience that I've listened to that would support any justification for arresting windy for any of the charges and that bus drivers lawyer saying she's never had any complaints or issues before this as for the woman who was traveling she is okay they found her her back was open and she was on her laptop and she had a conga drum she was pretty far deep into the bus so when they actually open it up they didn't see her right away ABC's either bill room reporting the woman had gotten into the compartment to get something out of the bag when she was locked in New vaping related deaths confirmed in Minnesota the state health department says tests confirm two people died from complications from severe long injuries related to vaping in September both of them over fifty years old and the new Chinese study shows severe sleep apnea increases the risk of blindness it's already been linked to hypertension heart attacks stroke and.
US diplomat's wife speaks out after deadly UK car crash
"Officials in the U. K. are toughening their stance in the investigation of the fatal car crash that crash is being blamed on an American diplomat's wife the forty two year old and so clueless she's now reacting ABC's eva pilgrim has details in our first statement to the media circles as she is devastated by what happened and would like to meet with the Dennis family his family's as they are open to the meeting but only
"Shark Tank" star invovled in boat crash that left two dead
"No charges yet in connection with the deadly boat collision involving one of the stars of shark tank here's ABC's eva pilgrim be a better way one of the stars of the hit show shark tank revealing he was on a boat involved in a fatal collision only Joseph in Ontario Canada over the weekend Kevin o'leary saying in a statement he was a passenger and the other boat had no navigation lights on and then fled the scene of the accident the two people killed in Saturday's collision were not on
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on WTVN
"That's ABC's. Eva pilgrim. The suspect is now in custody. President Trump threatening to impose tariffs on Mexican imports of Mexico falls short on enforcing security at its southern border weighing in on Twitter. Sunday, Trump said, if Mexico doesn't cooperate, quote, we can always go back to our previous very profitable position of tariffs, and quote, there's a long way to go in the search for Columbus is next police chief Don Tyler lease in charge of the effort for mayor Andrew gathers office. She tells sixteen WTN's Westside Jeff, the community search committee still taking input from the public and the community engagement forums were inviting people to come and share their thoughts and more detail about what they'd like to see in our next chief. And why, and we've had to forum so far, and we'll have four more throughout the month of June city still has to hire a search firm to recruit candidates, both inside and outside of CPS. They'll name the finalist who will come back to the community to take info from the public again, alternately that search firm will recommend the next chief to the mayor California's moving to become the first state to grant health benefits for thousands of illegal immigrants as part of a new budget deal released late Sunday around ninety thousand young, low income illegal immigrant adults would have access to the state's Medicaid program radio six WTVN sports. Although champion yet in the NHL is Boston wins in Saint Louis five one to even the Stanley Cup final at three game seven back in Boston. Coming up, one say baseball Indians rally from five nothing deficit to force extra innings, but they lose seven six to the Yankees reds avoid is sweet beating Philadelphia, the clippers won over Norfolk. The US open is this weekend, Rory mcilroy tuned up in spectacular fashion. More on that in sports this hour and eight forty and. Oh, what you football lands offensive line recruit, for the twenty twenty class grant to one of the top players in Michigan. Commits to the buckeyes from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk back accord, NewsRadio six ten WTVN. I'm Scott Jennings. Stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio, on the hour, thirty minutes past.
Women sue California hospital that put cameras in delivery rooms
"Women are suing a california hospital sharp over hidden camera video the suit alleges gros mont alcohol in place cameras and operating rooms at the women's health facility capturing them at their most vulnerable times a._b._c.'s eva pilgrim reports at least eighty women say their privacy was violated hidden cameras in three operating rooms allegedly filming patients during childbirth and other procedures carla jones claims she was one of those women recorded during an emergency c section it really shows how comfortable i was with hospitals and doctors and if i could trust them according to the lawsuit cameras also recorded some eighteen hundred patients between july two thousand twelve and june two thousand thirteen
Pope Replaces Chilean Cardinal Accused of Sexual Abuse Cover-Up
"Eva. Pilgrim after refusing to resign. Refusing the resignation rather a French cardinal found guilty of covering up sex abuse. Pope Francis accepts the resignation of a Chilean cardinal for his handling of abusing priests. Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Chilean cardinal Ricardo Zonta of Santiago. He has faced widespread criticism for his handling of cases of clerical sexual abuse in his country. The cardinals is the eighth resignation. Pope Francis has accepted after almost every Bishop in Chile offered to step down in may last year. That was after a three day meeting at the Vatican to discuss the clerical sex abuse
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Eva pilgrim on the story again tonight. Producers of the show empire today announcing they are removing jesse's. Let's character from the last two episodes of the season to avoid further disruption on the set saying the events of the past few weeks have been incredibly emotional for all of us. Jesse has been an important member of our impair family for the past five years, and we care about him deeply while the allegations against the actor are disturbing. They say they are placing their trust in the legal system as the process plays out. Smell let the center of a media frenzy moments after facing a judge for allegedly filing a false police report the actor reported to the empire set telling the cast and crew of the show. He is innocent. Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of news to make false accusations. After a scathing press conference from police smollet punching back his lawyer saying he feels betrayed by a system that apparently wants to skip due process and proceed directly to sentencing or let's bring in either pilgrim with us again tonight. And even among these a list of evidence that prosecutors laid out yesterday all indications today are that he still plans to fight this. He maintains his innocence. That's right. David is due back in court in Marsa charge against like carries. A penalty ranging from probation to one to three years in prison. David Eva pilgrim,.
Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say
"David curly a. Twenty three year old woman who was reported missing this weekend in Boston has been found alive. Police say Olivia Ambrose was found in a suspect's apartment. ABC's Eva pilgrim's, she was taken to the hospital where she is being evaluated. Her family. Putting out a statement tonight. Thanking everyone for helping to bring Olivia home police say a suspect will be
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven man looking forward to his Florida vacation wasn't expecting anyone to try to spy on him says he found hidden cameras in his Airbnb rental. And now the company is taken action. ABC's Eva pilgrim has more. It's not what anybody -cation or wants to see the moment. Max says he spotted black boxes inside the Airbnb. He was renting he knew something wasn't right. Wasn't sure what they were unplugged on and looks them up and found out they were they were hidden cameras. Best book the apartment for the week in Miami shocked. He says he began packing his bags pulling the memory cards from those cameras taking them to the Miami. Police department should feel like you're comfortable when you when you rent. Airbnb or a hotel or whatever it may be that. You're not being watched in the bedroom. Miami police say they are investigating. They're in the process of gathering additional information and collecting evidence Airbnb telling ABC news, they require host to clearly disclose any security cameras in writing on their listings. This host has been removed from our community. It is now working to refund vast for that reservation. But this not the first time hidden cameras were discovered inside a vacation rental. One couple finding pinhole cameras in their Florida. Airbnb town home in two thousand seventeen this time hidden in a smoke detector over their bed. Police eventually finding two cameras recording both audio and HD video in that help. Whether you're workout at a gym or do it on your own. Having a good pair of headphones can really help you pass the time. Komo's Connie Thompson tells us about consumer reports latest picks for the top performers. Everyone has a preference when it comes to headphones for working out for working out. I prefer wired headphones. There's a wire a wire not a huge fan over here. Big ones the too bulky for me. It's consumer reports tests dozens of headphones every year for sound quality features comfort and fit..
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and wife MacKenzie to divorce
"Proof that the rich don't always get richer, Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos and his wife are getting divorced ABC's. Eva pilgrim has more the world's richest couple calling it quits, Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie announcing the surprise split on Twitter after a long period of loving exploration and trial separation. We have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends Amazon is once again, the world's most valuable publicly traded company. But with the split Jeff Bezos may get knocked down a few pegs on the
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Her hit, the water ABC's, Eva pilgrim reporting the legal fight between Cincinnati and people experiencing homelessness. Who call themselves the colony happened to be An option for those so she just can't or won't go into a shelter whether we like it or not we have to come. Up with some game plan that does not mean that they say it just means, that we can't keep doing what we're doing because we're having next to bad result councilman Greg. Landsman talking about some of the people who were camped on third street then moved outside zone imposed by a. Judge who then moved again when that zone, was expanded the prosecutor today saying a judge has granted a new ban on tent city. Encampments throughout all of Hilton county if you're an FC Cincinnati season ticket holder you'll get an Email this coming Sunday with how you can renew its shortest time line yet this. Year about three weeks to decide once season ticket holders of, Finnish. FC opens it up to people who've paid, a fifty dollar, deposit to secure a place in line we have over a thousand. Brand new season ticket accounts That have put down. That deposit for twenty nineteen and they all will, personally have the opportunity to pick their seats and find the areas of Nipper today diem. That is most conducive for that FC Cincinnati Jeff Smith there are more than eighteen thousand season tickets this currencies in his goal is twenty five thousand next season Matt Reese NewsRadio seven hundred. Wwl w here's the Bengals update Bengals scoring a late touchdown to get by the, Chicago Bears are Paul Brown stadium tonight in preseason game number one Andy Dalton throwing two touchdowns. Off next for the Bengals at Dallas on August the eighteenth against the Cowboys elsewhere in the AFC north Cleveland. Has won five straight preseason games after the, Browns top the giants twenty to ten but can't win more than one game during the. Regular season in two years trying to figure that one out Pittsburgh over the eagles thirty one fourteen and the ravens.
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on WTVN
"Would remain in place until it's clear nuclear weapons are no longer being operated in north korea and manos those looking the singapore singapore someone in the rear view mirror abc's eva pilgrim her family is originally from korea first reaction was to call my mom and say oh my gosh do you see this and she was surprised as well there was talk that it was going to happen but to actually we see it play out and the two of them sort of jovially like walking around and him looking at the president's limo i mean it was surreal we forget but north korea was the more economically advantageous place to live prior to this war there are many many families just like mine where members of them went south because it was safer a federal judge approving the merger between at and t and time warner the justice department sued to block the eighty five billion dollar deal and lost the merger the merged company will not be an internet provider but will include direct tv streaming service see nets megi ridden says net neutrality advocates are kind of concerned the merger is going to hurt consumers they're controlling which content can reach consumers faster or if they can give priority to certain kinds of content over others than there are definitely folks who say that they are kind of abusing that power more than three million dollars worth of fitna was off the streets after massive bust in clark county mtti a mommy valley a bulk smuggling taskforce announcing the seizure of nine kilos of the powerful painkiller during a rate happen butler township four men with ties to a mexican drug cartel were arrested on drug trafficking charges dozens of columbus city schools employs will be moving under one roof the district says they bought the former electron classroom of tomorrow headquarters for nearly three and a half million dollars a number of business functions will be consolidated inside the sprawling south high street building from several other locations more than a dozen ceos across ohio or out of a job according to challenger with the executive coaching firm challenger gray and christmas eighteen ceo's have left their posts since the beginning of the year and five of those in may alone we actually saw the most exited ohio coming from government nonprofit sector as well as the financial industry and didn't see too many exits from auto industry this month.
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO
"To continue the heroin addiction took him at property crimes and caused problems for our neighborhoods we're gonna come out hard on that it was nice to meet you leaders hope the personal connections these teams are creating will lead to more people accepting help it's a way to get to the root of some very complex issues that go well beyond borders thanks to you komo news abc news investigations taking a look into an online shopping trend that could cost you many people want to be social media superstars known as influencers and it's for more than the likes abc's eva pilgrim has a closer look social media superstars gland pictures free goodies influence or status this is the dream for many including the toronto in through here she is trying to grow her folic so what a company called marina collections reached out inviting her to help market it's necklaces and become a brand ambassador she was all in the offer diane necklace at a deep discount and submit a selfie wearing it for a chance to be seen by thousands on the company's platforms it wasn't track them because you know are probably some more followers as well she bought a necklace and says she didn't receive it till two months later eventually got the jewelry piece look handmade actually metal scrap toronto had complained to the better business bureau and got a refund but she isn't the only one who's been complaining other women taking to youtube to vent this.
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on KOMO
"And abc's eva pilgrim after president trump called for drug dealers to be punished with the death penalty abc's aaron katersky tells us federal prosecutors were instructed today how to do it in a memo to federal prosecutors attorney general jeff sessions instructed them to pursue capital punishment in appropriate cases involving drug related crimes it follows president trump's recent appearance in new hampshire where he encouraged the country to get tough on drug dealers that toughness includes the death penalty he needs memo sessions told us attorneys we cannot continue with business as usual the us has never executed a defendant for drug offense and critics like congresswoman yvette clark said the death penalty has never been a deterrent aaron katersky abc news new york a book satirizing vice president mike pence's family pet has become a bestseller last week tonight hosts john oliver released his version of bunny marlin bundle story a day before the pence's family released their book and oliver's book the bunny has gay oliver has been critical of pence's stance on lgbt issues oliver's book was the number one bestseller on amazon as of yesterday the pence families book which was written by the vice president's daughter charlotte and illustrated by his wife karen is number four on amazon proceeds from both books are going to go to charity the pants families donating a portion of the proceeds to eight twenty one a nonprofit focused on combating human trafficking oliver is donating his proceeds to united states and the trevor project which focuses on preventing suicides by lgbt youth that's mark mayfield reporting komo news time twelve fifty and your komo propel insurance money updates wall street numbers still look pretty good stocks holding onto their gains after the fed wrapped up its meeting energy companies are rising along with the price of oil and smaller more us focused companies are also climbing today oh homebuilders are at following a report that sales increased in february and cereal maker general mills go in the other direction sinking after it reported rising expenses and cuts in its profit forecast nasdaq down three points the dow up forty three the sp about three points higher facebook ceo mark zuckerberg planning to speak sometime in the next day with a focus on rebuilding trust that's according to a person familiar with.
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Embryos in these two cases with these two clinics are they lost forever we unfortunately won't know until the earth thawed and then attempted to be used for care so there have been two issues at too well respected clinics is this common in our there are other safeguards know this is extremely rare i think it's important to remember this is a highly regulated industry these centres are regularly inspected but whenever you talk about mechanical systems and human involvement there is a potential for air i'm telling my patients overall this is still an incredibly save process but whenever you talk about reproductive technology it's also a really complex process or a doctor joseph rows of research and so much now back to the backyard mystery unfolding in florida police investigating human remains discover behind a home investigators trying to determine if they belong to a husband not seen in more than two years they say his wife never reported him missing here's abc's eva pilgrim investigators turning their attention to the wife of the florida man after police recently discovered human remains in his own backyard she is a person of interest and we are keeping close tabs authorities say 36yearold michael shaver may have been missing since october two thousand fifteen no credit card or cell phone activity but noone reported him missing until this february when a friend called asking for a wellness check that's when law enforcement went to the home he shared with his wife 35yearold lorry shaver deputies say she told them she had not seen him since two thousand fifteen but investigators noticed something odd would seem like a fresh layer of concrete near a firepit and asked to bring in a cadaver dog she refused and asked for an attorney we come at hope that didn't get confirm authorities obtained a warrant to search the property that shaver lived in with his wife and two kids one 10yearold and one seven officials finding an armbone under that concrete near the fire pit later finding more remains and clothing lorry shape.
"eva pilgrim" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Republicans wanted a stopgap funding measure and the democrats wanted to make that conditional on a deal for the socalled dreamers will now the white house is digging its heels and obviously playing to the base tom and the president tonight stain at the white house all right david thank you the latest on those negotiations tomorrow on this week georgia's guests will include white house legislative affairs director mark short senate minority whip dick durban of course the powerhouse roundtable be sure to tune in and one year ago this week at that first woman's march in large part against the president that's all rallies across the country today hundreds of thousands of women marched again in seattle los angeles denver new york and dozens of other cities what was on their mind this time here's abc's eva pilgrim hundreds of thousands lined up sidebyside across the country the growing push times up from philadelphia to chicago dallas to seattle the crowds significantly larger this year almost two hundred thousand in new york alone this crowd stretches for as far as the i can see both directions everyone here marching for change this year's march following on the one year anniversary of president trump's inauguration who tweeted today get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones an unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last twelve months lowest female unemployment in eighteen years many empowered by the growing number of women who have come forward in the last year breaking their silence on sexual harassment and assault tammy murphy wife of new jersey governor phil murphy joined the mi2 movement sharing her story publicly for the first time today i will add my voice to this growing chorus.
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"Go shoptillyoudrop have a good time if you're not doing all your shopping on wine which lots of people are all have a story coming up here shortly eva pilgrim with abc is going to warn us about porch pirates now that's porch pirates not pittsburgh pirates i think they're part you're probably saved from the pittsburgh pirates but porch pirates are a concern this time of year and what that is as as somebody who wish her the package to show up on your door and then runs in picks it up in the hopes that something they like i i don't know you see i would wanna take off with a package not knowing what's in the package because what if it's a homing device for me this this guy that sounds like a that sounds of white for getting busted and plush you mess with the male committing a federal crime any of you porch pirates out there getting getting a nice hot healthy breakfast for a long day of porch pirating keep in mind you get caught you're in big trouble and hey how about this it ain't exactly the christmas spirit to steal toys off a people's porches i'm just saying you know i mean there there are chris me your things christmas e earth things than that but i mean i don't know why everybody's making such big deal about christmas our maintenance a three hundred ninety eight days away and most are having won this year uh which i sure hope not because of ari blue this month's extra money uh took a cab to the soup kitchen uh make a couch blessings babe i got i gotta tell that story now um of fela hit me from behind on freedom dr uh in in the car that's washer up warning he hit me from behind belt was a result of one of those things people slammed on the brakes a chain reaction occurred he just barely bump me i think i think we both would have kept go one we we're know each other so we had at least check it out and shake hands and do all that stuff so we pullover we get off the road and we're gonna talk to each other about this quote unquote accident we just had i mean i would have been hit harder by skateboards probably but we pullover and as i.
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"Where in la and ambulances a twenty year old man named james alex fields junior and ohio native was taken into custody and charged with second degree murder officials declared a state of emergency as police tried to restore order a helicopter carrying two state troopers crashed killing both men bringing the total number of dead on the day to three more than thirty people hurt police were eventually able to regain control of the city many blamed the white nationalist groups were inciting the violence but white nationalist manhind boxing the city of charlottesville has blood on its hands for the death of counterprotestors heather higher claiming radical leftists were the ones that brought the violence with but what the police standout order as we were trying to exercise or legal constitutional right heineback speaking outside of the courthouse were james alex fields junior face charges accused of ramming his vehicle into a crowd of counterprotesters brian burrow abc news charlottesville virginia the city of charlottesville trying its best to heal coming together not with torches but with candles abc's eva pilgrim with more from charlottesville how shelled forbes hundreds tracing the same path that white nationalist wa but this crowd standing with a statue of thomas jefferson who founded this university and who wrote in the declaration of independence that all men are created equal but as charlottesville attempts to move forward a national debate is now taking place over the removal of confederate statues across the country abc's jim ryan reports chuck it's the controversy that isn't going anywhere the statue of rajabi tawny has been lowered from its pedestal in front of the maryland state house in annapolis.
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"And late this afternoon the white nationalist behind the rally that started all of this changed from his own news conference by protesters abc's eva pilgrim starts to soften charlottesville charlottesville under siege frightening moments a car mowing down a crowd of people protesting against a white nationalist rally in charlottesville tonight we're learning more about the man accused of driving that car 20yearold james fields just before the attack field seen on video chanting a message of why power marching with vanguard america a known white supremicist group hours later fields allegedly carrying out his attack witnesses watching in horror carb screaming down the street the driver turned it into the crowd of people pretty clear on route two hundred three hundred field arrested shortly after seen sitting in handcuffs his mother saying she knew her son was driving from his home in northwest ohio to virginia four rally was points since i thought and had something to do with trump from sun this i mean he had an african american friend a former teacher now saying even in high school fields made pronazi comments he well he felt the were superior fokker views the adolf hitler spouse were correct in some way the roof field was marching with has a slogan blood and soil the idea people with white blood have a special bond with american soil one of a number of hate groups protesting the planned removal of a confederate statue the rally becoming one of the largest gatherings of white supremacists in decades.
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"Abc's eva pilgrim in the storm zone in an exclusive interview with abc news a juror in the bill cosby sex assault trousers ten of the twelve jurors voted to convict cosby on two of the three counts against him and eleven jurors voted to acquit on the third the trial ended this past saturday with a hung jury in trial declaration and airport police lieutenant in flint michigan is expected to live after being stabbed in what authorities say was a terror attack the attacker is in custody identified as a more fatuhi of or authorities say he entered the us legally from canada last friday a related police operation was taking place in canada struggling with his agenda in washington president trump went on the road a campaignstyle rally in cedar rapids iowa where he touted in advance on one of his agenda items coal last week a brand new coal mine kissed opened in the state of pennsylvania first time in decades we are very very mine in question employs about one hundred people back in washington still no details on the senate republican plan to do away with the affordable care act it's coming out tomorrow the best kept secret in washington republicans who are helping to a right bill still don't know exactly what's taking points include how to roll back the expansion of medicaid how americans will pay for their coverage but tomorrow morning we will finally see how senate republicans plan to overhaul obamacare abc's mary bruce on capitol hill you're listening to abc news news radio 610 wtvn i'm scott jennings columbus police chief kim jacobsz recommending what amounts to a three day suspension for an officer appearing to kick a handcuffed suspect in the head recommendations for officers zachary rosen for his conduct during an arrest bank in april that was caught on video by a bystander jacobs a suggest justin eat 24hour suspension but the city's public safety director has the final say on the matter bond set at one million dollars for the man accused of killing his mother abc six is mike mccarthy is twenty five.