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"franklin county" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Retain the quality of the Bellevue school system, the very thing that people value, we couldn't squander the resources. District staff started planning for the next decade and say, enrollment is down. That's komal force Lee's tool. There's growing concern about bird flu across the world, including here in Washington state, northwest news radio's carlene Johnson has our story. A commercial farm in Franklin county had a euthanize a million chickens back in December, global bird flu has led to eggs shortages. The Peninsula daily news reports a health officer for Jefferson county told the board of health last week that the county saw 6 wild birds infected, and two backyard flocks. Doctor Scott Hensley is an influenza research expert at the University of Pennsylvania and spoke last week with PBS NewsHour. This is alarming what we're afraid is that the virus might start changing. It might undergo acquiring different substitutions that enable better replication in these mammals. We're afraid that some of those same substitutions might enable the virus then to attach the human cells more effectively. According to the CDC, the current strain of avian flu, H 5 N one, has been detected in foxes, bobcats, and feral cats and dogs, carling Johnson, northwest news radio. The State Department of natural resources hopes to reinvigorate forest land near gold bar. We get details from northwest news radios, Jeff Poe Julian. Some 160 acres of forest in the rugged hillsides along highway two were harvested by Sierra Pacific industries after the rights were purchased in 2020. But according to the Everett Herald, the forest is on state land, so now it's up to the department of natural resources to rehabilitate it. Crews have been planting seedlings by hand one by one in an effort to regrow
Fresh "Franklin County" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Increasing clouds from the weather center I'm meteorologist Rebecca Northwest News time 606 and here's what we're following a suspect aspect wanted for a violent felony was shot and killed by a Pierce County Sheriff's Deputy in Puyallup at around 3 30 this afternoon soon sergeant Darren Moss says no deputies were injured scene is closed down the Pierce County force investigation team has been called out to investigate the suspect was in a vehicle at the 512 on ramp near the South Hill Mall unclear it's what the violent felony may have been or why it escalated to a shooting WSU and OS use efforts to to control solely the PAC 12 and all of its money and assets have been put on hold Washington Supreme Court stayed a lower courts ruling while UW and others appeal WSU and OSU contend they're the only schools that can have a vote on the PAC 12 board directors of they say conference bylaws state that once a school announces they are leaving they give up any representation but the Supreme Court says the bylaws are ambiguous and more litigation is needed every school in the PAC 12 other than WSU and OSU have announced their intentions to leave for other conferences at 6 30 this King morning the Tides hit our area in a far less dramatic way than what we saw last year come before us Lee stole visited parts of Seattle that benefited from the city's investment in drainage and protective measures Elizabeth Chesbrough just finished a list of repairs on her home after her basement flooded during the King Tides last December the floor the drywall bathroom redone just like every pretty much everything water heater washer dryer Seattle and King County officials worked together to improve stormwater drainage spending about 76 million grinder pumps were installed in 24 flood prone homes to prevent sewer backups underground crews installed a new public storm drain and there's still more to be done they're installing pipes to ban the number of blocks that will be served by the pump station they're also working on a new water quality facility but but both projects are just in the planning phase this is forever the King Tides are expected to peak around 12 .6 feet in the next couple of days right where they were last year but according to the calendar there are several days in January when these high tides are going to hit 13 feet so another test is still ahead in South Seattle I'm Lee Stoll come on news bailiffs Benton in and Franklin counties will soon be disarmed last session state lawmakers unanimously passed House Bill 2 which puts additional training requirements on what are called limited authority peace officers basically it requires bailiffs to have an active commission through the state's criminal justice training commission in retired law enforcement officers whose commissions have lapsed according to the Tricity Herald this means that most will no longer the be state's criminal justice training at the moment it's unclear what it means for court security is when violent offenders are brought in they are accompanied accompanied by corrections officers from the jail who are certified to be armed in a courthouse even even if you do not live near a highway your health and especially your blood pressure could be affected by the way we get the around University of Washington just published research that shows unfiltered air from rush hour traffic can increase a driver or passengers blood pressure up to a day later similar to the effect of a high sodium diet researchers noted that there's already already evidence of long -term exposure to vehicle and road pollution that impacts our health but this new study it finds that even short -term exposure to exhaust road dust and other pollution can raise our BP furthermore this study performed in real -world conditions driving healthy people through Seattle rush hour traffic with varying levels of air air filtration the study published in the annals of internal medicine Taylor van Sykes, Northwest News Radio. news 610 time that means it's time to check sports
"franklin county" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Yeah, so I mean, there's some things you could do policy wise to make these things happen. So talk a little bit more about that. You know, we talk about the number of deaths. I mean, obviously, the fentanyl poisonings and there are some overdose two, some people who intentionally take fentanyl. But there's a whole lot more poisonings, but we dealt with COVID and COVID obviously overshadowed the tremendous loss of life because it was there, but the same thing with fentanyl. But give us some numbers too, Derek that you know of lately. I mean, what's it look like in terms of the number of people dying from fentanyl? Couple could numb us right off the bat. I said this also on the national news stories this week, okay? In San Diego, over the last 5 years, 2016, 2021. They have seen a 2375% increase in fentanyl related deaths. In the state of California in the same time frame, 2200% increase in fentanyl related deaths. The corn is office in Ohio, Franklin county, Ohio, just put out numbers, suggesting that 89% of the drug deaths are fentanyl related. So the bureaucrats in Washington will use the number 66%, 60 70%. Okay, fine. But the numbers are not right. They're not accurate. During COVID, every single night, the TV would say COVID cases, COVID deaths. In the fentanyl crisis, they're not properly reporting. Actually, the director of CDC just fell on a sword recently and told the world that she's got a Jack up the CDC because they're not doing their job. They're not living up to the standards. And the families against fentanyl wrote a letter to them that they're very disappointed that they can't keep timely and accurate statistics on the fentanyl deaths. If I had my way, if I was the president of the United States today, I would be mandating every day of the week, PSAs on prime time TV, recruitment of athletes influences and at The White House, I want them all there. I want to talk to them and the third thing is that I am going
Fresh "Franklin County" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"906 a white powdery substance found in a suspicious package in Seattle this afternoon police say they were called out to a location on Elliott Avenue West around 12 30 where Seattle Fire says they were monitoring the health of man a who may have been exposed but hazmat chris cleared the building and they say that powder turned out not to be hazardous at 6 30 this morning the king tides hit our area in a far less dramatic way than what we saw last year comer before as Lee stole visited parts of Seattle that benefited from the city's investment in drainage and protective measures Elizabeth Chesbrough just finished a list of repairs on her home after her basement flooded during the king tides last December the floor the drywall bathroom rate done just like every water heater washer dryer Seattle and King County officials worked together to improve storm water drainage spending about 76 million dollars grinder pumps were installed in 24 flood prone homes to prevent sewer backups underground crews installed a new public storm drain and there's still more to be done they're installing pipes to expand the number of blocks that will be served by the pump station they're also working on a new water quality facility but both projects are just in the planning phase this is the forever king tides are expected to peak around 12 .6 feet in the next couple of days right where they were last year but according to the calendar there are several days in January when these high tides are going to hit 13 feet so another test is still ahead in South Seattle I'm Stoll, Lee Common News. Bailiffs in Benton and Franklin counties will soon be disarmed. More from Northwest Radio's News Jeff Pogelow. Last session state lawmakers unanimously passed House Bill 1132 which puts additional training requirements on what are called limited authority peace officers basically it requires bailiffs to have an active commission through the state's criminal justice training commission. In Benton and Franklin counties most bailiffs are retired law enforcement officers whose commissions have lapsed. According to the Tri -City Herald this means that most will no longer be allowed to carry weapons inside the courtroom. At the moment it's unclear what it means for court security violent is offenders when are brought in they are typically accompanied by corrections officers from the jail who are certified to be armed. Even if you don't live near a highway your health and specifically your blood pressure could be impacted by the way we get around. The University of Washington just published research that shows unfiltered from air rush hour traffic can increase a driver or passenger's blood pressure up to a day later similar to the high effect of -sodium a diet. Researchers noted there's already evidence of long -term exposure to vehicle and road pollution that impacts our health but this new study it finds that even short -term exposure to exhaust road dust and other pollution can raise our BP. Furthermore this study was performed in real -world conditions driving healthy people through Seattle rush hour traffic with varying levels of air filtration. The study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Taylor Van Sykes, Northwest News Radio. It came down to the wire but transitional housing will be coming to the
Health Officials Issue Indoor Mask Advisory for Columbus and Franklin County
"Columbus Sam Franklin County have issued a mask advisory for indoor settings effective immediately. ABC six is Luanne Stoia says health officials would do more if they could doctors telling us they would advise any school district that has made mask wearing optional to reconsider that policy. Columbus Public Health Commissioner Dr Machiko Roberts applauding businesses that are now requiring masks in the workplace. Roberts tells us if state law would allow she would order a mask mandate instead, Robert strongly recommending mask wearing indoors and also outdoors at events like concerts and football games. People are in close proximity. The advisories for everyone, regardless of vaccination status. Until further notice. The CDC recommends wearing a mask indoors in areas of high or substantial virus spread. Franklin Kenan remains under substantial spread. According to that standard,
Fresh update on "franklin county" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"At the Kaskin Mountain passes into Saturday. In the KOMO4 Weather Center, meteorologist Kristin Clark. 39 sunshine in downtown Seattle. Northwest news time 1206. Seattle's Mount Baker neighborhood on edge again this afternoon known after yet another home invasion. This latest case happened around 8 p .m. Sunday in the 3300 block of West Baltimore Avenue South. Police say five people were inside an apartment when three people masked armed with handguns broken. Police say the thieves demanded several items including cellphones and keys the to the owner's car. The three people then took off inside that stolen vehicle. Residents nearby say the overall safety of the neighborhood is declining. People got to break into cars. People got to ride people. People are driving by shooting. It makes me feel unsafe. As for the stolen vehicle officers did it find a short time after the crime was reported. However SPD says it then took off at a high rate of speed and the drivers were able to get away from officers. That's Coma Force Holly Menino. Bailiffs in Benton and Franklin counties will soon be disarmed in central Washington. More from Northwest News Radio's Jeff Carla. Last session state lawmakers unanimously passed House Bill 1132 which puts additional training requirements what are on called limited authority peace officers. Basically it requires bailiffs to have an active commission through the state's criminal justice training commission. In Benton and Franklin counties most bailiffs are retired law enforcement officers whose commissions have lapsed. According to the Tri -City Herald this means that most will no longer be allowed to carry weapons inside the courtroom. At the moment it's unclear what it means for court security as when violent offenders are brought in they are typically accompanied by corrections officers from the jail who are certified to be armed. Jeff allowed to carry weapons. That has more seen than a dozen fires so far this year. Yet another fire Sunday night at the corner of 10th Dearborn and near I -5 and I -90 a notorious netherworld of encampments managed organized crime on state owned and managed property. The Seattle records show has sparked fires 14 in 2023 alone. My major concern is now what comes next. Como news has highlighted the issues that date back years. We encourage people to take advantage of the many groups and shelters that are in the city. That was 2019 even though state lawmakers allocated money for cleanup in past sessions and made promise
Massage Therapist Targeted Ohio State Football Players in Sex Scheme
"Regarding a massage therapist who was reportedly targeting football players for sexual activity over a three year period was released today. I'll state issued this statement this afternoon. Here's a portion of that within days of learning of these allegations. University quickly launched an independent investigation of the matter. Barnes and Thornburg found that no university or athletic department staff had knowledge of the massage therapist activities. While no self reporting is required. Ohio State proactively shared the behavior with the NC two A, and a report has been made to the Franklin County Prosecutor's office, ABC Sixes Sports director Clay Hall with that latest update Ohio will stop
One Woman Dead, 5 Injured in Shooting Outside Ohio Strip Mall
"In ohio. A drive by shooting at a memorial vigil for an earlier homicide victim killed a passing motorist and wounded five people in the crowd including a twelve year old child. According to columbus detectives group had gathered at around seven pm last saturday in a ping plaza. Parking lot south east of the city to mark one year since their home aside victim was killed at the same location. In april of twenty twenty twenty eight-year-old jaren hickman was killed thereafter. A drug deal involving marijuana went back at about seven thirty pm. Police said dark colored sports utility vehicle drove past the vigil and someone opened fire injuring five people and killing one thirty nine year old latoya carpenter who was driving past. The location was fatally struck in the head by gunfire and crashed into a parked car in an apartment building. Parking lot next door carpenter was pronounced dead at the scene. All five of the victims at the vigil who were shot were taken to hospitals and were in stable condition. Mayor andrew ginther posted a message on twitter. Saying quote enough. Put down the guns. We must come together to end the violence that is tearing community apart. Share what you know with police to get dangerous criminals off the street. Police said to me in custody and asked anyone with information to contact the franklin county. Sheriff's office
State lawmaker introduces property tax relief bill to cap annual increases in Ohio
"I'm Scott Jennings, meanwhile, trying to keep more Ohioans in their home, so they're not taxed out. State Senator Herschel Craig and the Franklin County auditor in Columbus, introducing a bill that would cap property tax increases at 5% for homeowners at or below the median income of their county across the state. Property tax relief bill is similar to laws already on the books in roughly three dozen other states to make sure people in need
"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN
"Of central Ohio this morning 24 in Grandview 26 Figures. Severe weather Station News Ready Goes 6 10 w T. V N. Whether prompting some school closings this morning, a handful of delays as well, Here's a list as we have announced, starting in Franklin County Canal Winchester schools are closed. Eastland career centers closed Eastland Fairfield Workforce Developments. Closed. Fairfield CAREER centers closed grow. Fort Madison schools were closed today. Hamilton locals closed Hilliard City schools are closed today and Reynoldsburg City schools are closed. L. A County Buckeye Valley locals on a two hour delight, all in Tangier. Local schools are on it to our delight. Fairfield County, Lancaster City schools are closed and licking County Granville schools are closed with remote learning. John's Tillman Road local is closed licking height. Schools are closed with remote learning. Southwest looking schools are closed today. Pickaway County Circleville schools are closed. Hayes Valley schools are closed. And Ross County. The pick away. Ross career in Tech Center is closed. Hocking County Logan Hocking schools are closed. Union County North Union locals on a two hour delay. Madison County in London City schools are closed over in Green County, The National Museum of the U. S. Air Force is closed, right Patterson Air Force Base is closed today. And in this kingdom County, the Mideast career and text center is closed today. The list always on always updated its extent, W T V and calm that heavy snow from overnight prompted most counties in central Ohio also do issue at least a level one snow emergency that includes Franklin County, which went under a level one. Earlier this morning, ABC Sixes Mike McCarthy set up a long string town road in Grove City. I live in the Hilliard area. I was on I 2 70 driving down here. The road the highway I t 70 looked wet like it had just rained. Not really a big deal. But the instant I crossed, I 70 Headed to the southern part of Franklin County Boy did conditions change and you can see what we're dealing with. Right now. Fairfield Hawking, Pickaway, Fayette and Ross counties. We're all under a level two snow emergency this morning looking counties under a level one, along with Franklin anywhere from 2 to 4 inches. Snow fell across the area since last night parts of Fayette County also picking.
Fired Ohio cop charged with murder in Andre Hill shooting
"Into Franklin County grand Jury today indicted former Columbus police Officer Adam Coy on murder charges in the shooting death of Andre Hill, another black man in America. Who was unarmed, killed by the persons who was supposed to protect and serve them. Hill family attorney Ben Crump today. Koi is also facing charges of Polonius assault and two counts of dereliction of duty for failing to turn on his body camera until after the shooting as well is failing to inform fellow police officers that he felt Hill presented a danger to them. Boy was arrested Wednesday. He'll be in court tomorrow and plans to plead not
"franklin county" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Brought up everybody and she came to the flat. She came inside our conference and announce them as well. She said She was wrong. But Green hasn't publicly denounced her Cuban on support. US. Democrats will now vote on whether to remove her from committees and he failed. ABC News Washington The number three Republican leader in the House list, Cheney will retain her leadership role. She was chastised by some in the party for voting to impeach President Trump. A new study shows people in the group most responsible for spreading cove. It are in the back of the line for the vaccine, Researchers have found. People between the ages of 20 and 49 were responsible for spreading more than 70% of covert cases in the U. S last year, a young population is a large driving for us. A lot of them got quarantined fatigue, a lot of them around the workplace, and they potentially are in contact with a lot of people. So in order for us to fully get to herd immunity, we do need to vaccinate all young people. Hospitalizations in cases are down nationwide. Bc's Kenneth Martin This scientist, starting a study today to see if you get more protection by mixing covert vaccines are former Columbus, Ohio Police officer has a bail hearing today. Adam Koy shot and killed Andre Hill, an unarmed black man who was holding a cell phone, not a gun on Wednesday of Franklin County Grand jury indicted him on murder charges Hill family attorney Michael Rights We believe that it was murder. We believe that it was the intentional killing of a Minister Hell that should not have occurred. So we think Murder is appropriate Toys. Lawyer says his actions were reasonable. Based on the situation. You're listening to ABC News. Have you heard? Ah, Secret hoard of 18. 88. Morgan Silver dollars has been found These.
"franklin county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For a second time just days before he left office. Trump was charged with one article of inciting an insurrection after his supporters storm the U. S. Capitol in an attempt to halt the certification of the election results. January 6 Mason Man will spend the next 14 to 17 years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted murder and multiple counts of Polonius assault. Back in July, 21 year old Cameron hander Seuin and a 13 year old co defendant had set up a drug deal near a Deerfield Township park intending to rob the person they were meeting. Anderson approached the vehicle with six people inside and then fired multiple shots. A 16 year old was shot in the back of the head. It was also an eight year old in eight month old in that car, a nest video camera capturing the entire incident. Ohio was now Seymour residents get their first dose of either Maturino or five years Corona virus vaccine. Then the total number of cases reported since March of last year close to 909,000 have already received their first shot compared to the 906,727 total cases. As of today, over 217,000 people are now fully vaccinated in Ohio. Just under 4000 to cover 19 cases were reported today in the state. But new Daily desk remain high. There were 94, a Franklin County Circuit Judge, Phillip Sheppard, on This evening, halting one of the three new laws passed by Kentucky lawmakers, which are now being challenged in a lawsuit filed by Governor Andy Bashir. A 30 Day restraining order has been issued for House Bill one, which would allow businesses schools, nonprofits in churches to stay open during the pandemic. If they make cover 19 guidelines set by either the CDC or Kentucky's executive branch, whichever is least restrictive. It is restrained pending a ruling on the merits of this year's motion for a temporary injunction. Shepherd address his concern that House bill One quote could create chaos and undermine any effective enforcement of public health standards to prevent the spread of this deadly disease.
Former police officer Adam Coy charged with murder of Andre Hill
"Indicted the White police officer in connection with the shooting death of a black man in December. Franklin County grand jury announcing its indicted police officer Adam Coy on a murder charge connection of the fatal shooting of 47 year old Andre Hill. Police body Cam footage showed Hill emerging from a garage, holding a cell phone in his left hand, seconds before he was fatally shot by coy On Wall
Former Ohio police officer indicted in fatal shooting of Andre Hill
"Homer. Columbus Police Officer Adam Quoi has been indicted by a grand jury after he shot and killed Andre Hill and unarmed black man back in late December. Ohio Attorney General David does this evening reading the charges against him today, the Franklin County Grand Jury indicted Mr Koy on following charges Murder and the commission of a felony that felony being Felonious assault. A separate charge of Polonius assault. One count of dereliction of duty based on MS Turquoise failure to engage his body camera and one count of dereliction of duty based on his felt failure to inform his fellow officer. That he felt that Mr Hill presented a danger Coy was arrested today He will appear in court
Ohio Police Officer Charged With Murder In Andre Hill Case
"Was indicted by a grand jury in Franklin County after an investigation by the attorney general's office. Coy and another officer had responded to a call about a car running in front of the home body. Cam. Footage showed Hill coming from a garage with the cell phone in his hand, and he was shot seconds later. Prosecutors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are asking for a new arrest warrant for Kyle written. How's the teen charged was
"franklin county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To subvert and dismiss the results of the election. He lost an impeachment trial is slated to begin with opening statements in about a week. The storm is winding down, putting down a lot of snow to the north and west of Boston. We have a new jackpot. Take her, at least for now. The National Weather Service says Lowell is reporting 2 FT of Snow 2 FT. Lot to like about little today if you like Snow. Well, not far from there. Wilmington got about 20 inches of snow East, acting and Hudson, both in that neighborhood as well. And WBC's Truman Holland has the measuring stick out in Medford. You know, some people are comparing this winter storm to the one that hit on this day back in 2015, and that year it seemed to never stop snowing. We'll see what happens today is this thing lingers on and plow drivers look Not easy. One kind of hectic. We wet plows actually broken. I'm heading home now. You actually have a broken plow? Yes. How did that happen? I don't know me neither tough time and get this. You drive tow Logan, and you can use a broom, Not a shovel on Lee. An inch there. Randolph. Only an inch South Shore just got a little water on the ground here in Medford. Few inches of snow, and with the temperature's dropping as the day goes on, it could present some more challenges tonight. From a very Sake. Medford, Massachusetts drew Mulholland WBZ Boston's news radio, The temperature is dropping. So that is the concern all that water out there even where it rain is going to probably freeze tonight and be icy. And, of course, cleaning up is also fixing the down wires. Remember those whiled winds overnight? I mean, just shaking the house, so right now, we actually saw the power outages tick up a little bit. Sometimes that's the way it is. They'll close off some houses or businesses in order to fix one main line and then pop will see the numbers drop by like 500, But they just went up to 2770 right now and again, these air scattered, handing county Franklin County, Worcester County, Middlesex.
"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN
"Schedule a virtual or on site appointment. Headlines and where Columbus comes to talk news radio 6 10 w TVN. Plenty of updates now on these school delaying closing list for this morning in Franklin County, Hilliard City schools were closed today and also Reynoldsburg City schools are closed. Licking County Granville cities Granville Schools are closed with remote learning Southwest looking as closed. Moral county carvings and Lincoln schools are closed. Madison County, London City schools are closed. Madison PLANES local schools closed that list always on always updated at 6 10 W. T V and calm search keyword closings from ABC News TECH TRENDS Twitter thinking of getting into the online newsletters, space newsletters have exploded in popularity in recent years, with many prominent writers starting regular columns online and charging fans for access. I've seen a couple good writers just kind of picked them up and and consider them. I consider them alternative to actual employment. John Biggs, editor in chief of gives, Moto says the big newsletter platform right now is sub Stack. Some stag came in early and they started paying people to be on it, which was essentially the way that they got most of their traction. But Twitter's acquisition of a competing service called Review shows the market is getting competitive and Twitter has some advantages. If I can create a newsletter tweeted out instantly, as soon as it goes up and have my review His letter gets special treatment. Maybe there's maybe there's special subscribe buttons. It's sub Stack doesn't have right now. That's far more compelling to me to to use with Tech trends. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Coming up on news. First to five man McCoy sports and a look of business news. I'm ABC six first Morning, meteorologist Theater book, Michael. Well, We're staying cold today. 27 for the high. Wait till.
"franklin county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Truckers staff knows that you're running a small business and they were just a czar Did you do to bring you news and information that matters? American trucker met. News, traffic and weather news radio 700 WLW Cincinnati Snow begins to taper off, but rain is in the forecast for later today with the three o'clock report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. Tri state has avoided larger snow amounts of the latest storm, making its way through the Midwest overnight. But the accumulation the area has received still keeping salt trucks and plows busy as they try to treat roads. Most counties in the tri state or under a winter weather advisory until six this morning, but they're warning Clinton counties along with Franklin County in South East Indiana, under an advisory a little bit longer until 9 A.m.. As we continue through the overnight we will see that snow continue to move east and then we'll see rain developed a low dropping to 32 rain for your Sunday highs in the lower forties for your Monday Claudia Chance of snow Ah, hi, of only 32 taking a look at the current radar that snow shower activity moving out of northern Kentucky and also Hamilton Butler, most of Warren and Clermont counties at this point Still seeing the snowfall in Clinton County and around the Dayton area and back West is the rainfall moving through central and southern Indiana. Right now, our current temperature 33 degrees. Could there be more financial relief in sight for millions of American families and businesses? Who have been left in dire straits by the covert 19 pandemic. President Biden calling on Congress to pass is $1.9 Trillion economic.
"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN
"They will be contacted by their local school district in central Ohio School's in Delaware and Franklin County will see their employees said to get their Corona virus vaccines the first week in February school employees and licking Morrow and Pickaway County. Zor, then set for the week of February. 8th and larger counties may take about two weeks to vaccinate most of their staff members. This plan That we have well while most of the K through 12 staff in a county to be vaccinated within seven days, Franklin County Public Health, meanwhile, says they're ready to administer their vaccines to residents over the age of 70. Franklin County residents wishing to register can do so by calling 6145 to 552 to five. Those vaccines will be administered next Thursday and Friday at the Franklin County Board of Elections on Morse Road. Police chief Thomas Quinlan stepped away this week after one year is head of the department. A nationwide search will now be launched to find a new leader. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced he had asked Quinlan to step down because he felt someone else was needed to implement reform and change within the department. I am very optimistic about our prospects because I think this community is demanding change in Warm and will support our next chief as she or he leads it. Deputy chief Mike Woods will serve as interim chief Wallace search is underway. As we expect to see snow this weekend, ODA crews will be out in full force, keeping the roads clear. The crews have been pre treating the interstate state and US routes with Brian for the past few days to get a head start on this storm. Company jacket led FBI agents to a white home man this week who took part in the capital riots. Troy Faulkner has now been charged in a federal court with destruction of government property, obstructing an official proceeding entering a restricted building and disrupting the orderly session of Congress. Video posted online allegedly shows him standing on a window sill of the Capitol building, smashing through that window on January 6th. It was the brown jacket with the Falconer painting stitched on the back, complete with the company phone number that helped the FBI key in on his identity. I'm Alison Wyatt. The next news update Coming up in 30 minutes this summer. Give your kid a chance to get ahead while learning like a college student with Georgetown University.
"franklin county" Discussed on WTVN
"Be contacted by their local school district in central Ohio School's in Delaware County and Franklin County are said to Heather District employees received their Corona virus vaccine the first week in February. School employees and Licking Morrow and Pickaway County is there then set for their vaccines for the week of February. 8th and larger counties may take about two weeks to vaccinate most of the staff members. This plan That we have well while most of the K through 12 staff in a county to be vaccinated within seven days Franklin County Public Health says they are ready to administer Corona virus vaccines to Reggie residents over the age of 70. And you can do so you can register by calling 6145 to 552 to five. Those vaccines will be administered next Thursday and Friday at the Franklin County Board of Elections on Morris Road. Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan stepped down yesterday after one year is head of the department. He was appointed in December of 2019 and will now be the department's deputy chief as they launch a nationwide search for a new leader. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther announced he had asked Quinlan to step down because he felt someone else was needed to implement reform and change within the department. So I am very optimistic about our prospects. Because I think this community is demanding change and reform and will support our next chief as she or he leads it. Deputy Chief Mike Woods will serve as interim chief. While the search is underway. It is unknown at this point. If that search will be conducted in similar fashion to the one held last year, and how much money it will cost taxpayers. AH company jacket led FBI agents to a white home man who took part in the capital riots. Troy Faulkner has now been charged in federal court with destruction of government property, obstructing an official proceeding entering a restricted building and disrupting the orderly session of Congress. Video posted online allegedly shows him standing on the window Sills smashing through a window in the Capitol building on January 6th. It was that brown jacket that he was wearing that said Falconer painting stitched on the back, complete with the company phone number that helped key in on his identity, And as we expect to see some snow this weekend, ODA crews will be out in full force to keep the roads clear. Crews have been out pre treating the Interstates state and us around with Brian over the past few days to get a head start. I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and as news breaks that winter Storm watch goes into effect Saturday night through Monday morning for most of West, Central and western Ohio, that does include union, Logan and Champagne counties tonight. We'll have clear skies with a low of 18. Currently it is 32 degrees. Right.
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"TVs. My executive producer, Michael Campaign. I'm not gonna lie this morning I knew is gonna be cold and what I did not share with you is over the weekend. I replace the battery of my remote for my car. Yeah. And it seemed to have worked. But I couldn't figure out what was going on with my battery because my car didn't start on Sunday, and I thought, Well, I better get this taken care of, because you know, Lexie has to hold the kids around and her vehicle so I popped the hood and I noticed there's corrosion around the battery s. So I I have this spray can of corrosion eater you sprayed on the top, and it seemed to do the trick. But I thought about you this morning because I knew is colder. And the triple A guy I was telling me to. He's like, Well, sometimes cars just don't start when it's colder. I'm like It was 20 degrees like it should still be started. You have no idea where I came from. Some cars started and get stolen. Exactly. So I wore my car up. I locked it, though, this morning, but I thought of you. I'm like, Oh, man, you watch. I forgot to tell you what? Speaking of cold cars and starting and stealing. They did. I don't know if we do the update on this. They found my car. Do you have special music? Maybe not. But we have enough data on your car share that it was found. It was on the by the way, thanks to the fact Franklin County Sheriff's office. They were the ones who tracked him down. Two of the love you guys to the culprits were arrested, too. I think got away, but I think they sweated it out of the 14 14 urges on a joy ride, So there was there was significant damage, but it's in surgery. Right now. He's in surgery and he's going. It's going well. So they're working on the land here. Now, what's the name of your car by the rudest? All my cars are named. But it Zablocki. It's a black car. Yeah, but there's black and the uniforms. I only go that my cars when I least I like police. I only have I only do scarlet, red, silver or gray or black. Rotate him. Okay. I'm in black. What? Before you wrap up? You have to share what they found inside the car. Dude, it was gross. First of all socks. They felt yeah. I mean, it's 30 socks. Kids like lived in it. They had rolled up socks. The front see was messed up. It smelled like we There were cookies that were unfolding some muffins in the munchies that was like Betty Crocker sat down with these kids and made like some kind of weird ass rep recipe. It was just The one thing I'll never forget from this whole story. What? Well, first of all having to ask you to take a uber having pick you up. That was that was funny. That was an interesting one. And then the others hearing the story about how they found dirty socks. It smelled like weed, and there were cookies. Yes. Rolled up socks in the back seat. What are you guys doing back there? I don't want to know. It's 55 radio 6 10 W TV END sports and we say good morning to Mr Matt McCoy. Only surprising there's there's no pizza boxes or burritos..
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"And My name is Bob Randolph that is Emily Taylor and Master Control and a note of traffic for you. This in from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office is actually on their Facebook page. There is a jackknifed semi It is South. It is ah, 71 North bound just south of Grove City. It's around the white road area. So if you don't know where that is, basically, it is blocking all of the North bound traffic on I 71 so if you know where the you know where Mount Carmel is down and gross city if you know where that is, Okay, it's north of there, and it's I 71 North bound. It is just a little bit. South of the string town road exit. So if you are coming up if you're planning on driving in on that area this morning, you may want to avoid it right now. Your best bet is to get off at the 6 65 exit London Grove Port Road down in Grove City there if you're heading north Or if you're you know again, you're trying to get on something. When North take that 6 65 exit shoot over to either 62 go up through gross city through like downtown rose to the or you can take that over to one of four and head north that way, So that's gonna be your best bet, but as of right now I'm 71 North bound just south of White Road in Jackson Township, which is near growth City. There is a jack knife semi, which is shut down all north bound traffic on I 71 so just want to make sure that you are aware of that. All right, 8 to 1 W T v N 106 10 W TVN. If you would like to jump in a couple of lines open for you, Let's.
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"Holding her a date's been set for the fourth impeachment trial in Senate history. ABC. Senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce says the unprecedented second trial of former President Trump will begin the week of February. A article of Impeachment will still be delivered on Monday. And, as you know, the Senate trial that has to begin 1 P.m. the next day, so members will still be sworn in his jurors on Tuesday, but then both sides are now going to be given two weeks to prepare. In the meantime, the Senate could work on other business like confirming Biden's Cabinet nominees and this covert relief bill. The trial in earnest will then begin the week of February. 8. Mr Trump is not only the first president to be impeached twice, he will be the first former president face the Senate trial, this time on charges of inciting insurrection. In connection with the January 6th attack on the Capitol. President Biden has directed his intelligence community to study the threat of domestic extremism in the U. S in the wake of the Capitol riot, which left five people dead. President signing executive orders today designed to help Americans struggling financially due to the covert 19 pandemic. President's executive orders sending pandemic strapped Americans more money for food housing extended eviction moratoriums and 16 million Americans. Currently relying on unemployment benefits while they look for work can count on these checks continuing to be there, but the president needs a congressional rubber stamp for billions more for vaccines. State and local first responder aid money to reopen schools Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington This week, Mr Biden invoked the Defense Production act to help ramp up manufacturing of covert 19 vaccines. But many states say they need them now early. If you build it, they will come mode now we just need them to come. We need the vaccine supplies. Ramp up out of Washington. That's New Jersey's Phil Murphy. New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the state could run out of vaccines. Today. You're listening to ABC news media. News radio 6 10 W. T V and held leaders in Columbus and Franklin County have extended they stay at home advisory. Now through February. 6th. Their announcement follows the one from Governor Mike DeWine, where he said he is extending the 10 p.m. to 5 A.m. statewide curfew on businesses Now through January. 30th Not there yet. Yes, governor, I have to try to keep this virus down at the same time. We're Getting the vaccines out just as quickly quickly as we can. So the way out of this in the end will be the vaccine. The governor emphasized that the new, more infectious variant of the Corona virus found in central Ohio is concerning and a reason to be more cautious. The Ohio Department of Health today is reporting an additional 4278 new cases of the virus in the last 24 hours. The Franklin County Court of Common Pleas is suspending jury trials until April they seize due to the continued pandemic. The court will operate again with a rotating docket through April 2nd. The court will then issue further orders about when they will resume full operations. The city of Columbus is approving some new funding now to purchase new and improved body worn cameras for the police Department. Columbus City leaders Are also pushing ahead with the hearing on Andres Law is early is next Monday as Ohioans continue to struggle with job losses brought on by the pandemic thousands or filing for unemployment claims every week. But some problems involving unemployment fraud have been found in the P way, the pandemic unemployment assistance. This is the one that the federal government established. Have fun people who are 10 99 or otherwise ineligible for traditional unemployment. There were 1.4 million claims, but 796,000 of those who had to be flagged for potential fraud. The number of fraudulent claims will remain unknown until investigations are complete, according to the lieutenant governor, John Houston, says he is concerned over the alarming number of potential fraudulent unemployment claims filed last year. And the Ohio State Highway Patrol is reporting the seizure of approximately one a million dollars worth of marijuana after a traffic stop on the Ohio Turnpike this week in Summit County, they say the driver of the truck has been arrested. I'm Alison Wiant, the next news update coming up within 30 minutes and breaking news at once on 6 10 W. T V. N the last place I bank. That's I had a horrible experience. I have to be honest with you. I immediately closed all my accounts and went to Arizona. Federal credit Union..
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"On Monday, but we should be in the warm sector that much of the day, meaning rain, the very heaviest Noah's along Interstate 80 from Chicago to Toledo to Cleveland. All right. Very good. Thanks, Jim. It's okay. 33 right now. Mark Blazer show with Jon. Cease, Dimitrius Stanley. You know, a little birdie told me that do you been tapped to possibly be on the Franklin County Advisory Board, which I think is interesting. Franklin County Sheriff's Yeah. The Franklin County Sheriff's Advisory, Right? Yes. Oh, they ask you to do that. You haven't You're still waiting to get more information about it. Well, we had a meeting last week to kind of talk about. You know what it is what their goal is and what they want to do. And you know the thing that For me. There's just a disconnect from the shares from the Franklin County, Eric Columbus police officers and all that, and I just want to be someone that And I know this may sound terrible, but I don't have anything invested on either side. I want to be invested in the middle, because there's things that I think the police don't understand about the black community. And there's a lot that I know the black community doesn't understand about. The police, right? Um And this is here. Something that I told them and they were like, huh? No. Didn't know that was real. So the police was created during the time of slavery in the US, and it was used to squelch riot it was used to control slaves in in those times. And so it passed down through generations of the police and how they became about and all that stuff right, so that's embedded in the black community. They don't understand. See when they go into a situation with a black person? They go in for that moment, right? They go in and say, OK, this is what happened. This is why I'm here. Well, they have to understand. There's a psychology about policemen in the black community because of the history. And they have to take that into account that that's a part of the decision making when they're going and they're dealing with certain types of people. And then you know, the black community has to realize they're coming in to do a job and it's at this moment. It's this job. I have a warrant. And I think everybody's trying to figure out their own side and what they're doing, But nobody is taking the time to figure out. Okay. Why do they do this? Why do they act this way? Why do they feel this way? Or why do cops do it this way? What protocol do they have? So there's a There's a good I think it's going to be good because the guys that I was talking to they really want to solve some of the issues and let me tell you something I didn't know. You can make 60 to $90,000 being a Franklin County Sheriff. Did you know that? I absolutely know that you knew that. I didn't know that I worked for the Franklin County Sheriff's Office for a little while. Okay, Well, here's here's your Here's your piece of you and Delaware. Absolutely. Columbus Police. Yeah, they They're starting now in the fifties, Okay? I didn't know this. I wasn't aware of this. Maybe I'm lost on behind the times. But here's how you my first thought to them pretty good money. So great money So you should go into the community You want to. They're hurting with recruitment. Right? So what do you do? You change the perception of police and authorities get away from that and say. This is an opportunity Go promote the sheriff's department in these communities, just like state farm would or nationwide would say This is opportunity. You can get insurance. They got great benefits You can retire. It's ridiculous. Amazing, right? Yeah. So you go in the community and instead of going in there as an authority figure, if you having a problem recruiting, and then you're having a problem recruiting Minorities go in there and say this is an opportunity to make X amount of dollars. You get health insurance. You get benefits, and then you can be a part of protecting your own neighborhoods. Right? So I think not promoting what an opportunity it is. I mean, people will go. To join the military for a possible chance of going to war for $35,000, but to get an education, right you could possibly sent over to some of the country. Why wouldn't you do that to people to stay here in their own little city on towns and help protect right and make 60 and a possible $90,000 in insurance and retirement pension? All that? That's amazing. Put that out there. Little help will see that And the thing is, too. There's some things you have to have. Not in your past. In order to qualify, that that is true. They can't They can't lower those standards. There has to be certain standards there in your background. Okay, I get it. But that's that's to be part of it. But if you start the process, so the police are looked at as a instrument of slavery. Okay, So how do you change that? How do you begin to change that you come in and offer an opportunity to lift you up to lift her community of to help you provide for your family. So you start there. Of course, you may have some issues because why do people go to the streets when they go to the streets to make money? Right? That's why they go to the streets. So now you start this process now, so that in, you know, a couple years or so You got people like you know what? I don't want to go to college, maybe unnecessarily, And then you start programs within the sheriff's Department of Police Department, where it could be junior. You know, police officers or sheriffs and they get to see the system. They could see how it works. They see that they could make money and they kind of grow up in it, but you change it from you have to understand the psychology of the black community and the police and it's a lot of it has come from the time of slavery. They have to get rid of that in order for this thing to go anywhere. First and foremost. Well, would you also say it's fair to say they have to get rid of that. But would you would it be fair to say that people who haven't actually been a part of slavery like yourself in the present day? Have to also get rid of some of that, too. You can't keep holding on as long as you keep looking backwards. How do you go forward Is what? Okay, So is it fair to say? Have you ever seen something happened to someone? And then it didn't happen to you necessarily. But you saw it. And then when that that situation happened, it kind of gave you a little PS ps PTSD like it kind of it kind of like it's ingrained in your head. So when you've grown up and you've been told the police it's come Generation a generation that the police have word instrument of slavery. And then it just kind of goes and then you see a young black man gets shot in the back fire police Then you just always told that you know, and it's always a white guy shooting a black like it. Still stays in the mix. And so I think As police officers. We're dealing in these situations they have to understand. The A lot of people are dealing in the history of their dealing in the moment of right on. I think there's a disconnect. And so if the police can understand that there's so much more over here in the black community that is Thought about in that little instance. If they can understand that and get a better understanding it because nobody knew that when I told him that little tidbit of it doesn't it always come down to the law? If you've broken the law or not, it does. But when you are profiled also, well, that's a whole different thing. But it Z that Iraq that's all. Yeah, it is. It's all connected. No, I understand what you're saying. But when your profile that's the whole thing that shouldn't be happening, right, I got you, but it does happen. And it kind of anger. It does. There is something about when you actually doing so. Think wrong. I think here's what's happening. As the younger people continue to get hired and continue to be part of and continue to grow and move forward. The older people retire some of the ones who maybe would be holding on to the type of thing that you're explaining, right? And I think that ends up being kind of cycled out, right. You say what you have, but you have to start the process. It's happening. It's happening. Just because people are aging is what I mean. Well, it is. But then you have to remember those aging people still told that 15 16 17 18 year old that this was a thing. Well, I know when when you go see pictures of the sixties and seventies. I'm talking about the officers. Oh, the officers. Okay, I'm with you guys way we're talking about two days and I told like in another thing. What are the pictures you see about of German shepherds from the sixties? Yeah, sicking among black people, right. So all of that psychology. The police have to take time to understand that, but then, at the same time, the black community has to take some time to understand what.
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"An additional 900,000 people filed for first time unemployment last week. Despite that stocks are hitting record highs. A B C's Deirdre Bolton, There are some who see a silver lining in that and they say once the vaccine rollout is done Once it is at least a little bit more widespread than you will have sectors be able to hire more workers. And I'm thinking about hospitality restoration tourism, So really, a lot is just hinging on this vaccine rollout. Despite there are now close to 16 million people on government assistance around the nation. The state of Ohio is no longer included in its own travel advisory least for areas with a high cove in 19 positivity rate. Ohio and five other states were removed from the list with areas that have a positivity rate of 15% or higher, where travelers are asked to self quarantine after visiting. There are now 14 states on the list. The Ohio Department of Health is reporting there were more than 6000 new daily cases of the virus reported around they stay yesterday. Meanwhile, the U. S, though, did hit another single day record for the number of Corona virus related deaths on the day of President Biden's inauguration, the U. S said yet another single day death toll record from covert 19 with 4409. According to the Cove it tracking project. Across the country. There are 122,000 people hospitalized from the virus, and it continues to spread rapidly with 186,000 new infections yesterday, all of that occurring on the one year anniversary of the first case here in the U. S. Market Malard ABC News Washington. Meanwhile, vaccination efforts are still underway in Franklin County Public Health says they plan to begin administering more vaccines by appointment next week. People 75 older can start getting the covert vaccine. In Ohio starting next week, and Franklin County Public Health is holding a pair of appointment only clinics this Monday and Tuesday to administer more than 1000 doses. It'll be at the Board of Elections on Morris Road near Tamarack Boulevard again appointment only the link to make an appointment is on the Franklin County Public Health website. Or you can call 6145 to 5. 5 to 25 slots are expected to fill up quickly. I'm Jack Crumley and an early morning crash sent a driver into the water in southeastern Franklin County. It happened near the intersection of South Hamilton and Bixby Rose..
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"And weather. Use radio 700. W L. Jealousy Cincinnati one Encourage everyone. Thank you for coming downtown this weekend. Simply think again. This'd is the noontime report. Sandy Collins breaking now. That is the Franklin County Commissioner, Kevin Boyce, joining forces with the police chief, the Columbus mayor and other elected leaders this week to dissuade people from coming to the state Capitol today in Columbus, the mayor there says that violence will not be tolerated. It got everything buttoned up, Governor Dwyane expressed worry that innocents people could get hurt. I can't tell any Ohio and not to exercise their First Amendment rights. I would just say, though, that in a time when we have already seen violent People who infiltrated the crowd in Washington and who are out there. I think I might find a different time to protest in Kentucky governor Bashir says No permit requests to demonstrate were requested and none were granted, He says. The state and local police and the Kentucky National Guard are Standing by and Indiana The State House is closed now through Wednesday, Governor Holcomb deployed Guardsmen to D C as well, but officials did not disclose if they'll be deployed in Indianapolis. Traffic and weather together here on the big one. We're looking at light volume. And a couple of problems to report as we zoom in here. We've got a problem. It looks like, um, on 74. There's a crash westbound 74. And that is right before you get to the bend there at 52. North Bend Road. So if you're coming westbound on 52 that is not 74 52 North Bend Road. There's a crash. They're in the right lane..
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"In this body four years ago, but what I observed a Savo ter is a citizen of Illinois four years ago were Troubling evidence of the fact that not every vote was being counted intended from the Ark. Mr President. This is obviously a difficulty debate for many reasons, but I commend the senator from California for joining with Members of the House, most particularly Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones in raising the objection because it does permit us to air some of these issues. Why did a computing error in Franklin County initially award 4258 extra votes to George Bush when only 638 people had actually voted? Thankfully, they fixed How many other votes did the computers get wrong? There's too many voters of cast votes on machines that jam or malfunction or suck the votes without a trace. As we look at our election system. I think it's fair to say that there are many legitimate questions about its accuracy about its integrity, and they're not confined to the state of Ohio because of these And many other examples all documented in the press. I am joining with Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs jumps to cast the light of truth on a flawed system. There is no reason at the time when we have enormous battles taking place ideologically all across the globe. At the time when we're trying to make certain that we encourage democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan and other places throughout the world that we have the legitimacy of our elections. Challenged, rightly or wrongly, by people who are not certain as to whether our process is a fair and just Ohio is the objection. I'm from Ohio embracing the rejection, but I anticipate you also hear from some of my colleagues from other states who had similar situations. That is easy to say. While it happened in Ohio, it happened in Michigan that happened in Arizona. And so let's not worry about it, cause it happened everywhere. So I would hope that this body and thanks to the objection of my friend from California this debate, which has started today will continue. But there are other things that are being presented that people are show that eyewitness myself. That would say that that say to me that this regularities in Ohio deserve a hearing in the House of Representatives would be standing here saying this no matter what the outcome of the election. But I still think the best rule in politics is the golden rule. Do you want to others as you would have them do unto you? Said.
Hundreds march in Ohio to protest police shooting of Casey Goodson
"Hundreds turned out Friday night in Columbus for a protest march down High Street. They were protesting the shooting death of Casey Goodson by a Franklin County sheriff's deputy. Protesters blocked traffic near the Ohio State House. They also march past the Columbus Division of Police Building, Columbus City Home, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. The parade broke up around 10
Attorneys say Casey Goodson pointed a gun at Ohio deputy
"The family attorney says a black man killed by a deputy in Ohio was shot in the back, according to a preliminary autopsy, the AP, said Donahue reports Casey Goodson Jr was shot and killed last week in Columbus. My grandson just got shot. Okay, Where did this happen? My house? Franklin County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Mean says Goodson had a gun outside the grandmother's house. The family says it was out of character for Goodson to have a weapon. He was delivering sandwiches set of clothes. Bloody murderer! Good Since Mother Tamela pain is demanding answers have enough guts to stand up and me or my family. Why I did this to my baby. Make that he doesn't have meat is fully cooperating and disputes claims made by Goodson's
Federal authorities in Ohio join probe into death of Black man shot at grandmother's home
"The family attorney says a black man killed by a deputy in Ohio was shot in the back, according to a preliminary autopsy, the AP, said Donahue reports Casey Goodson Jr was shot and killed last week in Columbus. My grandson just got shot. Okay, Where did this happen? My house. Franklin County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Means, says Goodson had a gun outside the grandmother's house. The family says it was out of character for Goodson to have a weapon. He was delivering sandwiches set of clothes. Bloody murderer! Good Since Mother Tamil a pain is demanding answers does not have enough guts to stand up. It's me or my family. Why I did this to my baby. Make that he doesn't have meat is fully cooperating and disputes claims made by Goodson's family. I'm Ed
Free coronavirus testing expanding in Massachusetts as cases surge
"Also today, said the state's numbers are going up in his words like a rocket after Thanksgiving. In response, the state is now expanding its freak over testing. Those plan includes three new free express testing locations and framing him Do Bedford and Lynn. This effort will be in addition. $150 million investment we've already made in testing to continue to provide access to testing across the Commonwealth. These new sights will be operated by Project Beacon. The vendor that's currently running the high volume expressed testing site and revere. Their model is proven to be quick and efficient. Is anyone from booking online appointment and visited drive through testing site and the governor said the state is also expanding new free testing sites in Franklin County, Hampshire County and Berkshire and Barnstable counties as well.
Board of Elections: Some Franklin County voters received wrong absentee ballot
"Of voters have been sent the wrong absentee ballots in the mail. Today we have now learned the secretary of state. Notify the director here at the Franklin County Board of Elections that workers need to identify any voter potentially impacted by this on, then create a clear and concise communication process with them to tell them exactly what they should do. Next Bottom line If you realise you've got one of those wrong ballots Don't fill it out as a vote and mail it back, instead. Return the ballot here so it could be tracked properly and don't fill that ballot out as an actual vote. ABC SIXES Mike McCarthy McCarthy reporting reporting there. there. The The error error is is being being blamed blamed on on a a malfunction malfunction with with a a high high speed speed scanner. scanner. Voters Voters who who want want to to check check to to see see if if they they have have the the correct correct ballot ballot can can match match the the precinct precinct number number with with the the one registered to your address online at vote dot Franklin County, Ohio dot gov. Backslash search with girl in cases of covert 19
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Teddy has formed; one of four active named storms in Atlantic basin
"20 now tropical storm teddy way out in the Atlantic likely to grow into a hurricane this week. Tropical storms. Sally, meanwhile, is bearing down on the Gulf Coast. NBC's Morgan Chesky has more in the Florida Keys. Torrential rains flooded roads as high winds battered the coast. A powerful preview ofthe could hit Louisiana late Monday, where many you're getting ready. Or getting out a tropical storm warning in effect for parts of big Gulf. Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton County's A tropical storm watches in effect for the coast of Franklin County. Rain totals from the big Bend to the Alabama line could range from 8 to 25 inches, and the highest totals are expected in the Western Panhandle. Stocks
Boston - Severe Thunderstorms Possible In Massachusetts This Afternoon, Evening
"The four day Actually, the forecast is brought to us by ring Central, empowering your team. The work is one. We've got those severe thunderstorms across the area on We'll have more to come as the afternoon and evening rolls along. Right now. There are severe thunderstorm warnings for northwestern Middlesex County, as well as northwestern Worcester County and parts of Franklin County under the gun right now, there's a storm system over right near the Lowell area currently, and also a line that stretches back from About Newburyport overthrew Hey, Vel Lawrence into southern New Hampshire and Pelham, New Hampshire, especially with some of the severe ist and heaviest rains and winds with these storms, also a line that stretches through central Massachusetts, north Central Mass all the way back down into western Massachusetts. That'll be bringing in some heavier precipitation areas as we head deeper into the afternoon. Severe thunderstorm watch up for Most of us until early this evening. Tonight, we will eventually get rid of these storms Bring in mostly cloudy skies and alot of 72 temperatures in the eighties. Tomorrow's sun and clouds still a bit human, less humid. Those Saturday temperatures made eighties with sunshine and pretty sunny on Sunday. It will be more humid, though, and warmer temperatures near 90 right now in Boston, it is 88
Fencing returns around Lafayette Square; protesters march to Lincoln Park as protests continue in DC
"Told there's no let up in protests around Washington DC more police were patrolling Tuesday night in Lincoln Park around an area now called black lives matter plaza fencing will go back up around Lafayette square so the National Park Service can repair stand choose another park resources a new fence was put up around the historic Saint John's Episcopal Church near the White House here in Columbus mayor Andrew Ginther will deliver virtual address to the city set for this afternoon some protesters of call forget there to resign over the police handling of protesters downtown over the past few weeks get there earlier this week told ABC six he has no plans to resign last night protesters were ordered by police to stay on the sidewalks and not go into the streets as a March from city hall to the Franklin County
Seattle - Snohomish County sheriff says won't enforce Washington's unconstitutional stay home order
"Snow which county sheriff is refusing to enforce governor Insley stay at home or in a Facebook post Adam Fortney wrote he believes the order is illegal we can't go to church on Sunday so that's a big deal that's guaranteed to us in the constitution and he says none of his deputies will be arresting people for violating the governor's order however for he says he is taking the situation seriously and encourages voluntary compliance governor Jay Inslee says some local leaders are acting irresponsibly during the coronavirus shutdown published Charlie harder has the story county commissioners in Franklin County say they have the authority to lift the stay at home orders in the Snohomish county sheriff says he won't enforce them at a press conference governor Insley said those leaders don't have the authority to lift the orders if people have disagreements with the law that it could be decided by the courts not by any individual law enforcement officer asked about when certain industries such as construction could return to work Inslee said he's hoping to hear about some scientific models which are expected Thursday Charlie Harker komo
Commissioners say Franklin County was never officially closed
"Let's rip of Republican lawmakers want to hold a special session to deal with the outbreak at economic shutdown representative Jesse young says measures to prevent the spread of covert nineteen I've been working however it will only work if people continue to choose to abide by them and we're seeing greater instances of civil disobedience however you want to label it but if that continues to occur because people are frustrated at not feeling as though they're being listened to the missile system falls apart anyway so far no comment from governor Inslee's office Franklin County is back for a bit open for business again though in defiance of the stay at home order issued by governor Insley county commissioners voting yesterday to allow businesses to reopen if they choose to couples calling Johnson a unanimous decision by the three county commissioners tells businesses church leaders go ahead and reopen nobody's coming after you Franklin County sheriff Jim Raymond had already given his nod Gresham I'm not going to enforce that the bottom line during that so yesterday the commission members said Inslee's emergency proclamation is unconstitutional sure Freeman telling Kamel they had four deaths in Franklin County and they do take covert nineteen seriously not to the point that we become fearful and were fearful to move about because our government says we can't have the decisions under review by that county's prosecutor and the governor's office is firing back calling it a wrong headed approach that could expose the county to legal liability a spokesman from Inslee's office told reporters last night local jurisdictions can go further with restrictions but not