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"To make everyone happy. He tries. He didn't deserve to die like this. Police say they've received a message calls here before she says Copy was a security guard for CUNY and was a licensed gun carrier. Darius Ramsey has 10 10 wins the Springfield Gardens, Queens. It's news time 903 people. Have been repeatedly urged not to travel over Thanksgiving weekend because of coded De Blasio says. Those that do travel are going to have to follow rules is going to see that there are really clear rules to be followed and they will be enforced. And you're going to know that if someone does not follow those rules that there are real penalties, substantial financial penalties that will be applied Thanksgiving dinner at private homes will not be policed. Those who travel, however, will have to quarantine for 14 days by state law. If they're coming back from anywhere beyond states that border New York state Don't like the quarantine. You can opt out by testing negative before returning to New York and again four days after your return. Those that don't play by the rules could be fined 1000 bucks a day. Number of people flying is well below last Thanksgiving, but air travel this week is at the highest level. It's been in months. Correspondent Geo Benitez, the CDC, pointing to how hard it is to stay 6 FT, away from people at airports, bus stations, train stations and rest stops. And while studies show mask use on airplanes dramatically reduces risk. Experts warned about shuttles and ride shares, which don't have the same air filtration governor. Cuomo says it's still not too late to cancel travel plans, He again urged people to stay home. He said. There will be No celebrating Thanksgiving with his 89 year old mother in person. After all, she doesn't understand it. Is it Thanksgiving 89 years old. Never been to Thanksgiving like this in her life..

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01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Bravery is nothing new for American women. American woman had been serving in war zone since the American Revolution where they dressed up as men so that they could serve over on third in 49th Marines tied yellow Rubens around trees, hoping tohave 200,000 trees wrapped in time for today. They were joined by Tony Orlando. And about a certain other tree. Mayor De Blasio says visitors will be allowed to see the rock center tree from Oneonta this year, but the number will have to be capped. Thanksgiving is two weeks from tomorrow. And correspondent Geo Benitez with some tips. If you're flying says it is preparing for the rush of travellers by opening additional security lanes with Mohr employees give people more room But you're still touching those bins. So sanitize your hands. After you go through security and remember, you've got to wear that mask They are required from the moment you walked into the airport the whole time, and the CDC says the safest way to celebrate is on ly with people in your household. The ratings are in for the 2020 election coverage and then carry the day when it came to the total viewers for the week at average 5.9 million viewers to 5.7 for Fox, But when it came to election night itself, it was funks that took the wind. Fox Drew 14. 0.1 million U. S Tuesday. While CNN got 9.4 million Oscar Wells Gabriel and paid six reporting this morning. President Trump is already being bombarded with offers for book and TV deals, which could be worth $100 million. No comment from the White House Up next. A boss and a prince team up for a good cause wins news time. 7 36 So question..

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02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

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"The loved ones today and every day that disaster plus the Ethiopian Airlines crash 4.5 months later, and the ongoing grounding of the global 7 37 Max Fleet. Have proved to be an existential threat to Boeing analysts say it left the company far less able than it might have been to withstand its current pandemic related financial crisis. Not a day goes by that we don't remember reflect Rededicate ourselves to ensuring accidents like these never happened again. Part of the company's financial woes stem from settling claims filed by crash victims last year, Reuters reported. Most lion air cases have been settled for a minimum of $1.2 million per claim. Corwin Hey HQ Co. Moh news There is a new covert 19 testing system designed to reopen international travel. United Airlines announcing it will test all passengers on some flights from Newark to London. Starting in about two weeks. We can operationalized this type of testing. To better support the the need for travel and opening up these markets again for the pilot program, the airline will offer a three rapid covert test inside it's United Club. The test is the abbot idea now a molecular test that's widely used, but not as sensitive as the lab run PCR test and may not pick up patients with a low amount of virus in their system. You have an I D now rapid test is great, but it's not perfect. It can identify those individuals that may have high viral load but are asymptomatic. But it also can lead to false negatives Pilot program will launch just as cases in Europe are on the rise. I think this type of travel program helps. Reassure people that we're not importing the virus or contributing to its spread this on the heels of the Harvard review that says the risk of covert 19 transmission aboard a plane is reduced to a very low levels by onboard ventilation systems, coupled with masks, cabin cleaning and distancing during boarding and de planing. But researchers are still looking at the potential risk in an airport. That's a BCS geo Benitez for 14 coma traffic.

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02:16 min | Last month

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"Meanwhile, the androgen tests often called a rapid test. Is a newer test that looks at proteins on the outside of the virus. It doesn't have to be shipped off to a lab. So turnaround time is as fast as 15 minutes, and it's cheaper. It could be done at a point of care so you can get that result right when you go get tested, But Dr Roland says these tests are not super sensitive and don't necessarily pick up patients with a low amount of virus in their systems. As for testing at home, a majority of those tests are no swabs. But some labs have authorized saliva screening spitting into a tube for collection. The N B. A is part of a study to test them. That's a lot better than you know the Q tip all the way up up your nose. Now, when it comes to airport testing right now, it is optional. And that means you're gonna have to pay for it out of pocket. Tampa, for example, that rapid test is going to cost about 60 bucks. The PCR 1 20, ABC, Geo Benitez Coma News Time 10 49 Here, your political insights from ABC News. There's new nationwide polling on what Americans think of abortion rights and President Trump's Supreme Court confirmation hearing so close to the November election. 52% in an ABC News Washington Post poll say the Senate should delay filling the Supreme Court's vacancy until next year. 62% say they would want the court to uphold Roe v. Wade 24% wanted overturned 14% have no opinion. Your broad political, ideological and religious based divisions on the question. 66% of women say row should be upheld, as do 58% of men. ABC is Chuck's Iverson. Meantime, both presidential candidates are hitting the campaign trail in person this week. President Trump declaring himself cured of Cove. It will be in Sanford, Florida tonight. Democrat Joe Biden will be in Ohio, with stops in Toledo and Cincinnati just three weeks to go until the November election. Those of your political insights Derek Dennis, ABC News officials confirm U. S forces in Afghanistan conducted airstrikes against the Taliban in recent days in a tweet. Spokesman Colonel Sonny Leggett said. The strikes were conducted to defend Afghan forces who came under attack in Helmand province, General Scott Miller wrote in a statement. The Taliban's offensive actions are not consistent with US Taliban agreements. The tweet appears to be the first announcement of airstrikes since June. Of this year. Cos time. 10 50 propel insurance.

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"Delaware on Saturday, he was asked about the president addressing supporters days after being released from the hospital, where he was battling the Corona virus. Fine, but in fact to be resistance, wearing the only responsible thing to do, and by later went on to campaign in Pennsylvania Thie Tampa airport is trying to give air travelers some peace of mind while flying during the pandemic. The airport launched a first of its kind pilot program now offered by other airports to test all passengers for covert 19, no matter where they're going. Testing with rapid results happens before you even go through security. ABC senior Transportation correspondent Geo Benitez has more on how much that costs these tests are optional, and that means that in most cases you're gonna have to pay for it out of pocket in Tampa. That's going to cost you anywhere between 60 and 120 bucks in San Francisco. That's gonna cost you $250 to the test. People are doing it. G Open it, says ABC News. New York and airline executives are pushing for a so called Air Bridge where passengers flying between New York and London, for example, would be tested before getting on a plane. Head of sports. The NFL is dealing with even more changes to the game due to covert 19, including uncertainty about the future of the season. Okay, y w Zed banchan reports there have been more positive covert 19 tests this past week with NFL teams and games are being forced to be rescheduled. Doug Peterson said He is well aware of the situation around the league, but has to continue to keep his focus on his team. If I worry about that, honestly, my stress level goes through the roof already. And and so I just want to focus and make sure that our guys were doing doing the right thing. Peterson did say the recent positive test should service.

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"There the workers who have spent the pandemic in the air at airports or taking care of planes. I dreamed of being a flight attendant when I was a little girl. So my dreams came true. Um, I have my dream job. And so I have been asking myself like, what do you do when you lose your dream job? Where do you go from there? I don't have any answers right now. Annette Hall has worked as a flight attendant for united for the past seven years. Her last flight was just a week ago, I asked one of my co workers to take a picture of me. I said, this is my last time like putting on this uniform coming back. I wear my uniform with pride. I love my job. Her tears represent really worried just weeks before the pandemic. Ravage the airline industry Jalabad her first house past October 1st. My future is like a big black hole. There's a lot of innocent people whose lives are being held in the balance, and we're all on a precipice right now. Back in March, the airlines received $25 billion from the U. S government from the payroll support program through the CARES act. Thie airline industry has been begging lawmakers for Mohr. Even taking their message to Capitol Hill. We must continue the payroll support program that has been the most effective jobs program of Corona virus relief. The most effective use of the public's money. And so on a balance sheet. Everyone agrees. Nick Calio is CEO of Airlines for America, which represents the major U. S Airlines. What's going through your mind thinking about the Thousands and thousands of employees who were gonna lose their jobs, their health insurance thie impact that that's going to have on their families. To those who say that the airlines didn't manage their money correctly from the beginning. What do you say? I would say that that is simply not true. The airlines all of them said to have fortress balance sheets. They had all packed in enough liquidity for an event three times 9 11 3 times three times worse in the 9 11 That all disappeared by April. We were flying 94% less people than we have been on March 1st that's like 1954 prior to the jet Age. Air travel is down around 70% compared to last year, and experts predict it won't return to pre pandemic levels until 2024. Now we're seeing how one family of airline workers is dealing with the cuts. The Erickson's all worked for Alaska Airlines. The fatherly is a pilot. The mother, Brenda is a flight attendant. There, kids Kaylen and Cydney work at the airline to and in hopes of saving their jobs. Mom and Dad took early retirements. We piloted his last flight this week, passing the baton to his son, who was his copilot flag for 36 years. Urgent today to buy with my son, The writer Lee and Brenda say they don't regret their decision one bit because they get to watch their Children fly the friendly skies to un inspiring story Even in the midst of heartbreak for so many Americans like Annette Holla, who worries about the future of air traffic, this might be There's no guarantees in the future that Wei will be able to come back that life won't change her that I would be able to continue to do this self. Yeah, I've thought about it. And that recovery could take years. Geo Benitez ABC NEWS New YORK

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American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

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03:20 min | Last month

American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

"There the workers who have spent the pandemic in the air at airports or taking care of planes. I dreamed of being a flight attendant when I was a little girl. So my dreams came true. Um, I have my dream job. And so I have been asking myself like, what do you do when you lose your dream job? Where do you go from there? I don't have any answers right now. Annette Hall has worked as a flight attendant for united for the past seven years. Her last flight was just a week ago, I asked one of my co workers to take a picture of me. I said, this is my last time like putting on this uniform coming back. I wear my uniform with pride. I love my job. Her tears represent really worried just weeks before the pandemic. Ravage the airline industry Jalabad her first house past October 1st. My future is like a big black hole. There's a lot of innocent people whose lives are being held in the balance, and we're all on a precipice right now. Back in March, the airlines received $25 billion from the U. S government from the payroll support program through the CARES act. Thie airline industry has been begging lawmakers for Mohr. Even taking their message to Capitol Hill. We must continue the payroll support program that has been the most effective jobs program of Corona virus relief. The most effective use of the public's money. And so on a balance sheet. Everyone agrees. Nick Calio is CEO of Airlines for America, which represents the major U. S Airlines. What's going through your mind thinking about the Thousands and thousands of employees who were gonna lose their jobs, their health insurance thie impact that that's going to have on their families. To those who say that the airlines didn't manage their money correctly from the beginning. What do you say? I would say that that is simply not true. The airlines all of them said to have fortress balance sheets. They had all packed in enough liquidity for an event three times 9 11 3 times three times worse in the 9 11 That all disappeared by April. We were flying 94% less people than we have been on March 1st that's like 1954 prior to the jet Age. Air travel is down around 70% compared to last year, and experts predict it won't return to pre pandemic levels until 2024. Now we're seeing how one family of airline workers is dealing with the cuts. The Erickson's all worked for Alaska Airlines. The fatherly is a pilot. The mother, Brenda is a flight attendant. There, kids Kaylen and Cydney work at the airline to and in hopes of saving their jobs. Mom and Dad took early retirements. We piloted his last flight this week, passing the baton to his son, who was his copilot flag for 36 years. Urgent today to buy with my son, The writer Lee and Brenda say they don't regret their decision one bit because they get to watch their Children fly the friendly skies to un inspiring story Even in the midst of heartbreak for so many Americans like Annette Holla, who worries about the future of air traffic, this might be There's no guarantees in the future that Wei will be able to come back that life won't change her that I would be able to continue to do this self. Yeah, I've thought about it. And that recovery could take years. Geo Benitez ABC NEWS New YORK

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New York City mother and kids removed from flight after 2-year-old wouldn't wear mask

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01:55 min | 3 months ago

New York City mother and kids removed from flight after 2-year-old wouldn't wear mask

"Brooklyn woman and her family were kicked off a plane because her young daughter would not wear a face covering here's ABC Geo Benitez cameras rolling Wednesday as a moment being told to get off a JetBlue flight from Orlando to Newark because her two year old daughter would not wear a mask. I I was So taken aback. I said, What did I do? Why Hyah! Brooke was traveling with her six kids when her youngest Dina just wouldn't wear that mask and she started crying. You wanna wear one? They said she has to wear it has to cover her nose on her mouth. I said, What am I supposed to do? Shoot entire hands of feet like how am I supposed to force her to wear masks? Other passengers joining into support? I stuck up for her shard at point set, says when she did, her family was also picked off the flight. JetBlue says she and others became uncooperative and they were issued a full refund and escorted from the gate You're trying to make. It seems about my son because he was eating French fries. Boarding the plane didn't have a mask. JetBlue says it sends customers This email before the flight that reads all travellers. Two years of age and older must wear face covering and that the policy was updated two weeks ago, But Brooke says, the JetBlue website said this on Wednesday. Children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from the requirement if you had to do it all over again. Would you travel now during the pandemic after this experience, absolutely not was extremely traumatizing for me, my family. The mother says that a JetBlue executive did call her to apologize. By the way. Most major airlines do have similar policies in place, and the CDC says that Children to end up should be wearing A face covered.

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01:41 min | 3 months ago

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"A quick walk around the block will not do. People will be required to take their dogs out for at least one hour. Each time Germany's agriculture minister said the proposal is based on evidence that many of the nation's 9.4 million dogs are not getting the exercise they need. The tethering of dogs on a chain or a lead for long periods would also face an all out ban. With road trips popular during the pandemic. Used car prices are spiking. Now around the country, and more people are thinking of cashing in on their old set of wheels. Check a website like Kelley Blue Book or edmunds dot com and see what your car is worth. Experts say Get offers from both dealers and online retailers. And don't just take the highest bidder. Some mail for more cash up front. And different states have different perks. The spike in value even surprises. The experts Ivan Jury of Edmund's just sold his car because he wasn't using it during the pandemic. I actually got more than I expected to the point where I drove my car for one year. And I only shaved off $1200 from the original purchase price. Correspondent Geo Benitez reporting. Health officials in South Dakota say a person who attended the Sturgis motorcycle rally last week has now tested positive for Cove in 19. They say this person spent hours at one eyed Jack's saloon on August 11th urging anybody who had visited that saloon during that period to monitor for symptoms for 14 days. Health experts had warned that the annual motorcycle rally had the potential to be a super spreader. Many of those gathered did not wear a mask or keep distance from others, most notably at a concert for the band smash mouth. 69 degrees and cloudy. Going up to 80 wins news time. 1 55. I'm enrolling in Medicare soon.

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India Air Crash Investigators Focus On a Dangerous Runway and a Pilot’s Actions

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00:31 sec | 3 months ago

India Air Crash Investigators Focus On a Dangerous Runway and a Pilot’s Actions

"In India investigating Friday's Air India express crash that left at least 17 people dead and over 120 injured plane wound up in several pieces after it landed in southern India on ABC Transportation correspondent Geo Benitez has more We know that visibility was incredibly poor. They're in that area. But we also know is the runway was very, very short. It makes it incredibly challenging. And we know that there was another accident quite like this because of a runway that short so they're gonna be looking at that very, very closely.

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01:31 min | 4 months ago

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"On Earth in the last hour Dragon Space capsule with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Banking aboard returned to Earth after 64 days and 27 million miles. A successful splash down for the dragon Endeavor just off the coast of Pensacola, the drama of return a spacecraft traveling at 17,500 miles per hour, slowing down to just 15 miles per hour. Before splashing down. Baby sees Geo Benitez It's the first time since 1975 that a NASA astronaut returned from space by landing in the water negotiating the next round of stimulus payments. Republicans say the expired $600 jobless benefits discourages people from looking for work. They want checks reduced to $200 but there are no payments until both sides worked this out a monster California wildfire exploding in size of the past 24 hours east of Los Angeles. Nearly 8000 people forced from their homes. Officials now suspect that it may have been set intentionally. Dave Packer ABC News E X traffic From the Papa Murphy's traffic center. We make it bacon inbound on the sunset Highway going find stop to Goto ways to start near the zoo and they'll slate on a couple of minutes and reach for five. We also have a closure of the Steel Street bridge in downtown. That's where they have maintenance going on for the light rail that'll be wrapping up, hopefully, by the end of August. I'm Gary, Britain K X traffic now to weather. Way around at the weekend with a typical summer weather pattern. Some morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. Seasonal temperatures.

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Astronauts Set To Return To Earth In First U.S. Splashdown In Decades

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00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Astronauts Set To Return To Earth In First U.S. Splashdown In Decades

"Astronauts on board the international space station ready to come back to Earth tomorrow in a water landing. NASA NASA monitoring Hurricane eye ISA is to make sure it is supposed threat, too. Details now from correspondent Geo Benitez, at the Johnson Space Center in Houston Flight director said overnight that he's feeling really good about a splash down tomorrow somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico, in part because that hurricane is actually making better weather there. For that splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico. This will be the first American splashdown in 45 years. Now, if they delay the undocking, they will try again on Monday. Astronauts Doug Hurley. Bob Duncan will be returning to Earth on the space Six Dragon capsule. It'll be Space X is first splashed down with astronauts wins news

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01:43 min | 5 months ago

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"You call a car again she could be ten twenty thirty percent higher than what we've seen traffic could come to a standstill Sam Schwartz the man who coined the term gridlock says by Labor Day expect those still fearful of taking public transit to hit the roads in their own cars he says the rush hour commute could triple in length if your rush hour period is usually two hours long it may become a four to six hour window okay it's from eight AM to ten AM or seven AM to nine AM that may now be from six AM to eleven AM take for example the Long Island expressway in New York right now traffic data shows cars are going faster than fifty miles per hour but after Labor Day this is what Schwartz thinks it might look like every inch packed with slow moving traffic in Chicago the Kennedy expressway where before the pandemic cars traveled at an average speed of five miles per hour during rush hour may move even slower this fall and it's not just those commuting to work a new survey shows dramatically more vacationers are planning road trips sixty two percent planning to travel by car that's up seventy two percent from last summer that is A. B. C.'s geo Benitez reporting the Supreme Court is refusing to hear president trump challenge to California's sanctuary law which restricts state and local law enforcement agencies from cooperating with immigration officials Senate bill fifty four was signed into law in twenty seventeen trump has called it outrageous the administration have been asking for a review of the law saying it undermines federal immigration enforcement governors time is eleven twenty eight we'll check in with ABC for the latest update and then more top local news coming anyone who builds remodels.

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01:40 min | 6 months ago

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"Are expected to close more than three thousand storms stores this year thanks largely to the coronavirus according to an analysis by business insider the number of store closings this year could be even higher than previous records retail companies have so far confirmed a total of thirty six hundred stores slated to close in twenty twenty for the first time in nearly a decade NASA has launched astronauts from U. S. soil on a rocket ship headed to the international space station the crew taking Tesla's to the launch pad with one final look before boarding the dragon and lifting off into history Baysox created by you on mosque becoming the first private company to put astronauts in orbit a mission NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine says will change the future we're proving that we can compound pharmaceuticals in a way that you cannot do on earth thousands gathering on the beaches of Florida to witness history ABC's geo Benitez the National Basketball Association making plans to resume the season suspended over the corona virus and the solution could be connected to Disney world the NBA appears to be closer to figuring out a way to crown a champion our partners ESPN say the league's board of governors is expected to approve a plan for twenty two teams to resume the season at Disney's wide world of sports complex in Orlando this is ABC news I've always wanted to learn another language so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on babble and soon you're putting words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really.

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01:35 min | 7 months ago

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"Of Democrats thinking they will resume normal activities by then the university of Chicago is studying the effects of the drug room disappear on covert nineteen patients after some people were administered that drug and claimed it was a life saving move correspondent geo Benitez says well the university is urging caution others are touting what they say is success GMA has previously spoken with some covert nineteen patients not involved in the study who were given the medication every morning I have a fever and it was very very very tough to breathe and Chris Kane's health rapidly deteriorated after he tested positive he was admitted to a hospital on March ninth doctors tried everything but to no avail the next day he was administered room just severe which she says finally saved by hiding within forty eight hours I was Feelin full of a lot better than where I was I think there were tons of beer gave me the extra jump starter Kickstarter whatever I needed to to kind of turn that corner a San Diego physician who runs a beauty spot has been charged with mail fraud in connection with selling what he called a magic bullet to protect against corona virus hydroxy core queen the drug mentioned at times by president trump Jennings's Staley has been charged with that mail fraud according to federal authorities Jennings comments about the drugs so called remarkable capabilities were recorded during the phone call to the concerned father of three who contacted Staley enquiring how we could protect his family from contracting the corona virus the person on the other end was actually an FBI agent.

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miami - Holland America Cruise Ships Allowed To Sail To South Florida

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00:53 sec | 8 months ago

miami - Holland America Cruise Ships Allowed To Sail To South Florida

"Days cruise ship carrying some coronavirus patience is now heading to South Florida as we hear from A. B. C. news correspondent geo Benitez seemingly never ending cruise for passengers on what was supposed to be a fourteen day trip from Argentina to Chile now a hundred eighty nine passengers and crew sick with flu like symptoms and at least four dead with no set date to return to dry land in sight we have been quarantine since the twenty second without being able to go outside three hundred five Americans are among the more than eighteen hundred people who started their journey three weeks ago on Holland America's song dom and Wendell Citi's the ship being turned away from port after port passengers on board feeling trapped overnight the president of Holland America line sending a message into passengers rooms the intention is for each of the ships to work in tandem to try to protect the health

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01:37 min | 8 months ago

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"Sea borders are closed for the next seven days be with your kids it's very hard for me to know that the call and I'm away from them the U. S. state department chartered evacuation flights out of Asia but is telling American citizens it can't rely on the U. S. government to fly them home overnight a state department spokesperson telling ABC news it is aware of the American stranded overseas and is looking at ways to assist them U. S. officials have been warning American citizens that local governments might restrict travel on short notice now these Americans are hoping they can get home soon the report from A. B. C.'s geo Benitez it is three fourteen your call traffic every ten minutes on the force right back to see Romero said well that was quick and accidents in Lakewood in Pierce county southbound I. five eight state route five twelve has been cleared out of your right lane and really traffic volumes are so light the back of the already gone as well if you're something I five trying to get into Pierce county from king county it does look a touch slow there the port of Tacoma road then again at Pacific Avenue on your way past highway sixteen south bound one six seven has some slow spots heading into Pierce county as well south and one six seven look forward Ellingson road in the Elgon area then it is crowding before you get to state route for ten in Sumner taking a look at king county the biggest backups here and they're really not that big south on four oh five just south of I ninety down to cold creek parkway then again at forty fourth in Britain so far those are like bridges that great in either direction your next come up traffic at three twenty fourth let's talk.

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Health officials confirm first U.S. case of China coronavirus, expand screening

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:10 min | 11 months ago

Health officials confirm first U.S. case of China coronavirus, expand screening

"Out international health officials they'll meet this week to determine if the L. break of coronavirus in China is an international health emergency ABC's geo Benitez has the latest now we're learning of new cases indicating that the virus has the potential to spread from human to human proving that it does not only spread from animals to humans at least fourteen healthcare workers in China have now contracted the virus after treating infected patients at least six people have died and the number of confirmed cases has quadrupled to nearly three hundred and it's not just China since the virus first appeared in the central Chinese city of Wuhan last month it has spread into neighboring countries like Japan Thailand and South Korea back in the states the CDC screening thousands of passengers arriving for MoveOn at JFK LAX and SFO officials checking temperatures looking for symptoms similar to the common cold flu or even pneumonia as travelers enter the country this train station in Hong Kong thousanders getting screen for the virus right off the train our Bob Woodruff speaking to one American tourists at the station who decided to cut his visit short

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Former Boston College student charged over boyfriend's suicide pleads not guilty

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Former Boston College student charged over boyfriend's suicide pleads not guilty

"A former Boston College student pleads not guilty she's accused of sending tens of thousands of text messages to her boyfriend some of those messages urging him to commit suicide in causing his death more details from ABC's geo Benitez former Boston College student in young you facing a judge charged with involuntary manslaughter of her boyfriend Alexander or tool prosecutors say he took his own life after forty seven thousand text from you spending two months many urging him to go kill yourself and go Josh prosecutors reading some of the tax in court okay yourself leave me alone and if you don't die to myself or tool replying thousands of times telling her he was hearing voices meanwhile prosecutors are saying that she was the one person who knew of a suicidal thoughts encourage those thoughts and instead of getting help that she did not tell

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"geo benitez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"CBS news a forty six no bail for men from Groton charged in the fatal stabbing of his wife Gregory Fairbairn arrested on Saturday night after calling nine one one reporting that he had murdered his wife at the scene police found his wife Mary who had died from multiple stab wounds he's undergoing psychiatric evaluation after being charged with murder assault and battery concerns about the health of plane crew members and passengers forcing an emergency landing in Dublin medical audio from inside an American Airlines flight moments after two crew members and a passenger were briefly incapacitated I take her back each each line to London to Philadelphia radio immune from over the Atlantic saying cleaning products containing ammonium chloride has spilled the fumes too much for some man ABC's geo Benitez reporting it's now eight forty seven spam cell phone calls we all get them and these days they look like legit calls when they come in I've had ones that have been my own number calling myself I guess Rosalie Snyder's with call for action telling us it's causing a lot of issues and it's wasted a lot of our time think about it if you saw unknown caller displayed or an out of town number you may not be tempted to answer the call these calls are spam and quite intentional imitating your number is a way of getting you to answer and say hello and most of the time it's a robo call they are targeting you in an effort to scam money from you and they are counting on the fact that you may answer because the number is so similar to your own and sometimes those instincts are right if it looks suspicious it probably is best advice just let that call go to voicemail if you.

"geo benitez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"geo benitez" Discussed on KOMO

"Dollars what's going through your mind as you watch this it's disappointing to see the non compliance some people have gotten the message clearly some people have not. it is progressively got for got worse extremely fast seventeen year old try some so filled is just one example of what police are taking the sting seriously try since vape you sent him to the hospital where he needed a ventilator just a very. so it's not something to look over. and so for health officials haven't connected any specific vaping products to the vaping related illnesses including price and what they are investigating now some states are taking some serious action Massachusetts has banned all vaping devices some of the vape shops there have now sue the state and starting this Friday New York will ban all flavored E. cigarettes Michigan to the same because so many health officials believe that flavors are used to get young people that CBC's geo Benitez as we take a look now at our como triple a traffic every ten minutes on the force with marina rock injure the crash cleared from the west Seattle bridge it was west bound near mid span that's now out of the way but the backup was from my five to the scene and that is starting to slowly dissipate about four or five approaching I five there was a collision is now on the shoulder that's why stop and go traffic from the bottle or highway northbound I. five pretty slow from north of north gate up to older would we have slowdowns that are still pretty tough from highway eighteen through five down to the port of Tacoma road south on one six seven still struggle from highway eighteen almost in a son or your next coming traffic at five twenty four and the weather outlook calling for more showers tonight and into tomorrow they'll back off eventually Friday and we might see a few sprinkles into Saturday but for the weekend partly.

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"geo benitez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"geo benitez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That's A. B. C.'s geo Benitez in new Smyrna beach Walmart announcing today it will stop selling some weapons and ammunition including some short barreled rifle ammunition that can be used a military style weapons and large capacity clips it will also stop selling handgun bullets to and and and hand gun sales in Alaska in a statement just released the NRA says Walmart's actions will not make us any safer rather than place the blame on the criminal Walmart is chosen to victimize law abiding Americans vice president pence hazards Ireland and the rest of the European Union to negotiate in good faith of Britain as the October thirty first brexit deadline nears in Dublin today Penn says the U. S. supports Britain's decision to lead the E. U. and wants to see negotiations succeed and now with WGN neighborhood news here's down clapping if you're looking for a way to let the kids blow off some steam now that school started you may want to head over to the Glenside public library in Glendale they have set up a sponge Bob square pants escape room there are three start time starting at four for kids and fourth to sixth grade teenagers get a turn tomorrow from four to five hi don clip in with neighborhood news sponsored by wind trust Chicago's community banks and now WGN sports here's Kevin pal Kim it's bears Packers week the start of the NFL season Thursday night at Soldier Field and that's were two new statues one of George Halas one of Walter Payton were unveiled near the south entrance today. a little bit row we are collectively cried together the hall of Famer Dan Hampton had some words will now for the next one hundred years all who come here we'll see these two statues of these two men who forever changed the game of football and now their spirits will be as one with all players players and fans forever more god bless both of them thank you so much what the Ford here half with be this year on all our bears pregame and postgame coverage beginning this Thursday and six I think that we special guest appearance on that pre game show one thorough del Mister Hampton has to be on the field that's right for Thursday night so they've asked me to fill in as Dan Hampton is it the will incredible disappointment to bears fans throughout the nation but it'll it'll work out his work on throwing your fist down on the table in front of you a lot of hand I just got a letter will be you know because in the end yeah all of them the real emotional and Carmen still gonna be here okay yeah dude taken swings and it's a winning combo heavily on the post game show yes okay hopefully we're talking about a winner on the injury front for the opener tight end trade burdened with a mild groin strain he will be a game time decision five roster moves for the white Sox today ahead of their series finale in Cleveland second baseman Danny medic Dylan Kobe's account Daniel polka all getting the call up from Charlotte but no Louise Roberts so we're not gonna see him up in the majors until a least next spring outfielder Jon J. transfer from the ten day to the sixty day injured list with a strained right hip deal and see how that's gonna is giving her from getting the end of the season now yeah he had a good run this season Johnson yes he did have a pretty good run it is healthy you missed a big chunk with the with the same injury and then this looks like it's going to end to form some Dylan cease will take the mound tonight pregame five thirty five here on WGN first page after six at NDG cubs three games back of the cardinals in the central but there two and a half games up on the Phillies for the second wildcard answer tonight's fell finale with the mariners at Wrigley Kyle Hendricks on the mon and Ben..

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"geo benitez" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"geo benitez" Discussed on KOMO

"The hostages were released the gunmen who phoned his attorney shocker Johnson finally agreeing to speak with negotiators and hours later surrender all of those injured officers are gonna make a full recovery it's A. B. C.'s geo Benitez a pick up truck swerved into a crowd of isa protesters last night outside a Rhode Island prison this protest appearing to be peaceful but quickly turning into after a driver into this crowded demonstrators shocking video outside the White detention center in Rhode Island you can see the truck driven by an alleged corrections officer approached the entrance to the detention center's parking lot he was sitting on the before attempting to drive straight through the crowd of Jewish protesters many advocating for the human rights of migrants detained by ice protesters suffered non life threatening injuries reports say immediately following the truck going into that crowd officers came out and surrounded the truck in hopes of moving the protesters the crowd of roughly six hundred demonstrators doesn't dispersed officers protesters say those officers did nothing to address the driver and reach for ABC news the detention center offered no comment this morning ABC's Ginny Norman last month's strong earthquakes in.

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"geo benitez" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"geo benitez" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Young ball players from Elizabeth trying to keep their little league world series hopes alive tonight in the mid Atlantic semi final ten Gen wins accu weather partly sunny high today eighty four this is market a it's back to work for the red eyed Mets tonight at home against the nationals even hotter Yankees continue there series in Toronto and we'll check round two of the northern trust in Jersey city this is Sandra day Bloomberg following big gains for Wall Street yesterday we're seeing some not quite as big losses dal losing a hundred three points nasdaq down almost one percent news time ten OO one from the ram trucks traffic center here's Karen story we're gonna start with mass transit NJ transit for the problem all morning still is Morris and Essex in Gladstone line train service seven to thirty minute delays both ways to the overhead wire problems your short hills all related to that storm that blew through yesterday in Jersey well tickets and passes they are being cross honored by NJ transit buses and private carriers let's see what else we've got on the menu here for mass transit delays nor to world trade center line of the path that is delayed both ways on the subways it's the Bronx bound to use in the uptown three is that are delayed running through Harlem crews are working on a train and its breaks over a hundred and thirty fifth street is what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels ten to fifteen in it you're hot summer crossings outbound George in the cross Bronx is an hour over in New Jersey the northbound garden state parkway disabled that we had at one thirty be is gone we have alternates on the street parking in effect today city wide across all five boroughs job in transit every ten minutes on the once I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins news time ten oh two there's been another killing in Newark came from the Essex County prosecutor continue to do their work here on Brunswick street gun shots as many as eighteen of them filling this block at three thirty in the morning one woman killed two others wounded this is the fourth killing and a week here in the brick city I am worried I am worried very concerned all I don't like you you look I'm a girl for wrong is this is terrible those are among the residents who watches this investigation goes on now in terms of homicides here in Newark they're down for twenty nineteen thirty two so far this year forty three last year at this point but this first week in August it's been a very bad one one shot ten ten wins here in New York on all the shooting was about this time is unclear so far no arrests a former member of the U. S. Olympic dressage team is facing charges of attempted murder in New Jersey fifty four year old Michael Barone song was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Washington township after police received a nine one one call of a woman with a gunshot wounds authorities also found an injured man at the scene rated not identify the victims or how seriously they may have been hurt marathon participated in the two thousand eight Olympics and is an active member of the U. S. at Questor in federation a man is under arrest for threatening a bus driver with a gun police say it was around eight this morning that the two got into an argument over where the passenger could be dropped off the incident occurred at eighty third street and Central Park west no word yet on charges checking accu weather breezy and warm today mostly sunny skies lower humidity can't rule out a brief shower or thundershowers this afternoon high today eighty four nice evening then clearing comfortable overnight a low sixty six closer to sixty in some inland suburbs tomorrow lots of sun and a high eighty two it's seventy six degrees skies are sunny humidity sixty six percent winds northwest at eight miles an hour repeating the current temperature is seventy six heading up to eighty four when news time ten OO five it's unclear what was on the mind of a man in Springfield Missouri yesterday when he went to a Walmart was it murder was he just trying to make some sort of point here's correspondent geo Benitez he.

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FDA investigates 127 cases of seizures after vaping

Herman Cain

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

FDA investigates 127 cases of seizures after vaping

"Cell new this morning the FDA is investigating reports of a hundred and twenty so Evan people having seizures after vaping ABC's geo Benitez reports many of them are teenagers or young adults according to the FDA users in some of those cases also reported experiencing fainting or tremors the FDA says that while it's unclear if the E. cigarettes because the reported seizures and that the reports do not necessarily indicate an increase in frequency or prevalence of seizures among people who vape it's asking the public to come forward to report any unexpected health issues after

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