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YouTube Pulls Florida Governor's Video, Citing Misinformation
"Is pulling a video of Florida Governor Ron Descent as for allegedly spreading misinformation. Video contains two sentences Roundtable discussion about covert 19 with a panel of noted scientists. YouTube says the video included content that contradicts the consensus of local and global health authorities when it comes to the effectiveness of masks, preventing the spread of covert 19.
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"Hour news room, Southern California Edison has turned off the electricity to more than 5000 homes to prevent the sparking of a wildfire. Edison spokesman Geoff Munford says the decision to cut power is based on actual conditions, not a blanket forecast. We have a great deal of weather monitoring information and staff meteorologists Who are looking at extremely specific, almost micro data in order to make those decisions. The winds are expected to peak this evening into overnight, Munford says There is a possibility of more public safety power shut off. With covert 19 case is spiking across the country. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is not optimistic that infection rates will get better anytime soon. There are a number of theories about how Bad. The increase will be after Thanksgiving, but they all they all project and increase post Thanksgiving Come. O says officials are working on a plan for the winter to stop the spread of the virus. He says they will continue to focus on smaller areas that are having infection flare ups instead of imposing broads. Statewide restrictions. News is sponsored by the real real dot com Florida's governor has extended his order blocking local governments from enforcing mask mandates across the state. He first issued the order in September, which suspended all outstanding fines and penalties. Governor Ron Descent, his office says he will not lock down and hurt families who can't afford to shelter in place for six weeks. Especially not for a virus that has a 99.8% survival rate. Officials say the primary focus of concern remains on assisted living facilities and Thanksgiving dinner may be good, but it's not good for cats and dogs. Ellie. Animal Services says a lot of the holiday classics People love could make pets sick or even killed them. Turkey BONES pose a choking hazard for pets making chocolate can be toxic and alcohol could cause blood sugar or blood pressure drops. From the Southern California Toyota dealers Traffic.
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"In Washington, and by tomorrow night at this time, we should know for sure, CBS News has learned. The president is expected to nominate federal appeals Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Gas, Berg. The 48 year old mother of seven was an early front runner, especially after the president considered her to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy in 2018. Barrett clerked for conservative icon Justice Antonin Scalia and became a favorite among religious groups for her anti abortion views. CBS NEWS White House correspondent We Judge Jiang the late Justice Ginsburg was honored Friday at the U. S. Capitol. Becoming the first woman and the first Jewish American to lie in state. They're not Louisville on 93 of demonstrations against the decisions by the Kentucky prosecutor on grand jury not to bring direct criminal charges against three police officers in the mistaken shooting that of Rianna Taylor at curfew. They were ordered to disperse correspondent Jurika Duncan. Larger protests are planned in Louisville this weekend. The city's interim police chief is asking our militia to stay away. Many of them say they're coming to help us. Let me be clear. That is not help we need that does not help we want Now the latest on the covert £19 on a total US cases, now about seven million total US debts from the Corona virus more than 203,000 from Florida. There's word for that. Governor Ron Descent is moving to fully open the state, including bars and restaurants, allowing for full capacity and if it's lesson that local leaders will have to justify it were also saying in the state of Florida. Everybody has an opportunity.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"General Assembly continues today. With few actually assembling this year's 75th U. N. General Assembly is going to be very different than in past years due to Corona virus. Unlike in past years, President Trump will not be attending in person. Instead, the president and the majority of world leaders will send pre recorded video addresses instead of physically gathering at the U. N one or possibly two, New York based diplomats will be allowed in the General Assembly hall with the U. N ambassador introducing their head of state media access will be very limited and all side meetings are expected to happen. Virtually In Washington, John Decker fucks. The Justice Department says it will not send witnesses called to testify to a House Judiciary Committee hearing this week because of the way the committee treated Attorney General William Bar last month when he was interrupted or prevented from answering questions. More than 70. Times. In a letter an assistant attorney general says they'll provide witnesses in the future when their committee commits toe holding hearings in an appropriate and productive manner. Florida's governor, Ron Descent, is promising to crack down on any violent protests in his state. It's almost like this writing is like they're threatening to riot more you're seeing more and more of this. Well, okay. If this is something that's coming down the pike were going to say, not in Florida. It's not the governor telling Fox's Tucker Carlson Tonight, the state will charge organizer's of violent protests under organized crime laws, and anyone who throw thing throws things that police officers will face up to six months in jail charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft are likely to be dropped by the prosecutors in Florida have decided they'll not appeal the judge's ruling. Throughout, secretly recorded video that reportedly showed craft paying for sex acts on the massage massage parlor last year. His attorneys are asking the court to.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Field in the Curry, Mesa area, and 68 it's Crips, Pierre Loya, years time 50. One, the president hoping for an earlier fielding of a Corona virus vaccine compared to the prediction by the head of the CDC. Kevin Corke has Mohr and optimistic President Trump said the federal government could start distributing a Corona virus vaccine as soon as next month. We think we can start sometime in October. So as soon as it is announced, will be able to start that'll be from mid October on it, maybe a little bit later than that. The president said the U. S has manufactured all of the necessary supplies, adding that health officials would be able to distribute at least 100 million vaccine doses by the end of the year. But that timeline seemed contradictory when compared to what CDC director Dr Robert Redfield told lawmakers on Capitol Hill. I think we're probably looking at Third late second quarter third quarter 2021. The president says the CDC director made a mistake when talking about a timeline for the vaccine and says that it should be available very soon. Governor Newsome says he will not allow San Diego County to discount code 19 cases at SD s U from the county's case rate, that means if the case right doesn't come down by next week, we could be placed in the most restrictive tear under the covert reopening road map. Supervisor Greg Cox says the county is sending a letter to the governor asking him to reconsider. The reality is the number of cases in I C U and hospitalizations is not being impacted because those cases from SDI issue that was one of the big criteria is one of the big focus is when we got started with this pandemic was to make sure we don't adversely impact the ability of our hospitals in this region to respond to rising numbers. Most of the more than 650 CSU cases or among students living near the university for outbreaks from students were in homes more than 3000. People have signed an online petition calling for tuition cuts at CSU, arguing that virtual learning is not the same STDs you senior Kelsey Santini's started the petition a few days ago. Intel's reporting partner, 10 News. Students don't have access to a lot of campus resource is library Jen's student union access to all of those things on computer rooms. Her position is asking for tuition and fee refunds for campus services that, she says STDs you is not offering because of the pandemic. Thie U S Surgeon general has wrapped up a visit to San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer says he and Vice Admiral Jerome Adams went over the plans that have kept the homeless population safe in San Diego. Bring the pandemic. You also had the opportunity to tour one of our most innovative companies here in San Diego Helix and is using genomics in terms of covert 19 testing and diagnostics able to do that rapidly with the technology and really, for us to highlight. Obviously, all of the work that's happening in this space not only on diagnostics and testing but also in terms of therapeutics and vaccine. So when it comes to covet 19, our region is really doing phenomenal in terms of research in terms of development, But I think also that spirit of working Very well together the city and county working together to provide shelter of the convention center and local hotels as the outbreak continues. Jacko Niko News Defense secretary Mark Esper is in San Diego is part of a plan three day tour of the West Coast. The Pentagon says Esper is visiting industrial facilities in the region to assess the impact of covered 19 on operations. The Pentagon has not said what facilities he's touring as per landed Wednesday at M. C S. Miramar. With fewer than 50 days before the election, the 50th congressional district could there be eth ICS claims of misuse of funds? Democrat Amar Cos your says Challenger Darrell Issa received money from the Paycheck protection program due to the pandemic. Campanis Yaar says Isis shouldn't have taken the money because he's worth millions. During an interview on the Demayo report, he wondered If I say used the funds ethically, that was on May 3rd that he bought the PPP loan on May 27 literally. Three weeks later, he loaned his own campaign $153,000 the exact amount that he got a Tpp loan for his business. There is no proof, I said, use those funds and also on an interview during the Demayo report, he said. I appreciate that He's making those kinds of allegations, but he keeps making those kinds of allegation. Innuendos congressional race receiving national ATTENTION Phil Farrar, KOGO News. While the Pacific Northwest may get some help from the weather. Fire crews here in California are not. We get the latest from Jessica Rosenthal, California Governor Gavin Newsom again reiterated that while Forest management is an important part of lessening the severity of wildfires, climate change is key 57%. The forested land in the state of California is federal area responsibility. Just 3% in state areas of responsibility if the August complex, which is 817,000 Acres, is now the largest fire in state history and one of the largest in US history. Newsom says the creek fire from which more than 240 campers had to be rescued a week and a half ago is especially complicated by the fact that the state has 160 million dead trees, mostly due to prior drought. Hurricane Sally came ashore Wednesday, sparing much of Mississippi's coast but scoring a direct hit on areas around the Florida Panhandle. Colonel Scott has the story. Sally's early morning arrival unleashed rain and wind mainly on Alabama as well. A SW Florida where Governor Ron Descent is urged residents not to venture out just yet, but it is hazardous. Do not try to go out and there there could be power lines down in the water, he says. There is progress being made in restoring power to residents as the storm job. East power, not winded reign became the biggest issue for Mississippi governor take grieves over 10,000 power outages in our state Earlier today. In Alabama, beachside condos saw structural damage due to the high winds..
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"York News No Hundreds have had to flee. I'm Lisa Lis. Sarah Fox News. It's now a tropical storm. But this morning, Hurricane Sally came ashore near the Florida Panhandle, with rain being measured in feet. Sally's early morning arrival unleashed rain and wind mainly on Alabama as well. A SW Florida where Governor Ron descent, ISS urged residents not to venture out just yet, but his hazardous. Do not try to go out and there there could be power lines down in the water, he says. There is progress being made in restoring power to residents as the storm job. East power, not minded reign became the biggest issue for Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves over 10,000 power outages. In our state Earlier today in Alabama, beachside condos saw structural damage due to the high winds. Gurnal Scott Fox News in the West there still dealing with multiple wildfires currently battling Some 25 major fires. What we refer to his complexes where fires 1100 just in the last 30 days of fire starts, a lot of them start to converge together and larger complexes. We still have 38,000 plus people that have been evacuated. California Governor Gavin Newsom's as climate change is key and dealing with the fires, though he acknowledged forest management is part of the problem, he says the state has 160 million dead trees, mostly from prior droughts. This afternoon. President Trump's at a vaccine for covert 19 would be ready to be distributed in a matter of weeks. Earlier today, CDC director Robert Redfield said that wouldn't happen until the metal middle of next year. We got the message. Maybe confused. Maybe it was stated incorrectly know we're ready to go immediately. As the vaccine is announced, and it could be announced in October, could be announced a little bit after October, the president said he has confidence in Redfield America is listening to Fox News. From 77 W A. B, c and w radio dot com on Bob Round five arrests on a well known Jersey Shore house after you two pranksters drew a crowd of 1000 people Monday night. You don't want this kind of activity. Seaside Heights Mayor Tony Voss is furious after a Canadian trio known as the Milk Boy's targeted the Jersey Shore house, made famous by Snooki and her crew for It's Jersey drop. They advertised it on YouTube and at least 1000 young people showed up amid the covert pandemic. None of the kids, not one of them had a mask on now you've gotta worry about going get retested again. Police had to be called in from up and down the shore to break up the block party, The trio's been evicted. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 double you ABC News War of words between the current and former mayors of New York City. Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani heard right here on 77. BBC has been highly Critical of Mayor De Blasio. Intern says Giuliani needs some help. I think he has amnesia. I think he's out of touch with reality. I think they're Seymour and Mohr Rudy Giuliani become unhinged Giuliani urging New Yorkers to elect a Republican mayor next year. It's another day of smoky skies in the tri state area due to the wildfires out was the smoke should dissipate within the next.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"As well as Florida, where Governor Ron Descent is urged residents not to venture out just yet, but his hazardous. Do not try to go out and there there could be power lines down in the water, he says. There is progress being made in restoring power to residents as the storm job. East power, not wounded. Reign became the biggest issue for Mississippi Governor Take grieves over 10,000 power outages In our state Earlier today in Alabama, beachside condos saw structural damage due to the high winds. Gurnal Scott Fox News in the West there still dealing with multiple wildfires currently battling some 25 major fires. What we refer to his complexes where fires 1100 Just in the last 30 days. Fire starts, a lot of them start to converge together and larger complexes way still have 38,000, plus people that have been evacuated. California Governor Gavin Newsom's as climate change is key and dealing with the fires, though he acknowledged forest management is part of the problem, he says the state has 160 million dead trees, mostly from prior droughts. This afternoon. President Trump's at a vaccine for covert 19 would be ready to be distributed in a matter of weeks. Earlier today, CDC director Robert Redfield said that wouldn't happen until the middle middle of next year. We got the message. Maybe confused. Maybe it was stated incorrectly know we're ready to go immediately. As the vaccine is announced, and it could be announced in October, could be announced a little bit after October, the president said he has confidence in Redfield America is listening to Fox News. Families that receive treatment or were seen at Children's Minnesota Regions Hospital and Gillette Children's may have been impacted.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on KTRH
"Litter campaign. Don't let Houston go to waste because that is trashing. He says discarded masks and bottles are clogging city drains and causing street flooding. When it rains, Fort Bend County Judge KP George praising local health officials and first responders for their work during the cove in 19 pandemic. During his state of the county address, George said families continue to move into Fort Bend County, growing its population to more than 800,000 candles. We have faced an invisible why, just as we have numerous weather and fled events together, each that they have emerged from these challenges stronger. And more personally important County is simply the best place in the world to live play for Ben County so far reporting 174 Corona virus deaths compared to 1600 in Harris County. Hurricane Sally came ashore today, sparing much of Mississippi's coast but making a hit around the Florida Panhandle. Sally's early morning arrival unleashed rain and wind mainly on Alabama as well. A SW Florida where Governor Ron Descent is urged residents not to venture out just yet, but it's hazardous. Do not try to go out and there there could be power lines down in the water, he says. There is progress being made in restoring power to residents as the storm job. East power, not wind and rain. Came the biggest issue for Mississippi Governor Take grieves over 10,000 Power outages in our state Earlier today in Alabama, beachside condos saw structural damage due to the high winds grin all Scott Fox News President Trump in a White House news conference, pushing back on comments from the CDC director before Congress. That a Corona virus vaccine won't be available for the general public until the middle of next year. I think he.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on WTOP
"Three are charged with aiding and abetting him. The ex officers are seeking separate trials. But today, prosecutors asked the judge to try all four of them together. Sheldon was seen pressing his knee on George Floyd's neck until he lost consciousness well. Hundreds of thousands of felons are being blocked from voting this November in Florida federal appeals court not allowing them now to register to vote because they still owe fines and fees. This brings the nation's largest reef Rian franchise, men and voters in 50 years to a screeching halt. The appeals court in Atlanta agreed with Florida Republican Governor Ron Descent is that payment of fines and fees by former felons is part of their terms of sense, and they must pay them before they can register. This decision comes less than a month before the state's voter registration deadline in October. Florida's disenfranchise felons represent a significant block in the state, well known for razor thin election margins. Democrats hope for an advantage among former felon voters. 9 42 Maryland's Board of elections, signing a deal with another contractor to Prince Mail in ballots for the election. Minnesota based Taylor Corporation will ride up to four million ballot packets for eligible voters who requested one. The board also contracting with run back election services to produce and send another four million applications. Single point sourcing will produce over 15 million for in person voting. The House Intelligence Committee, expanding its investigation into a whistleblower complaints by Homeland Security analysis. Analyst Brian Murphy, who alleges he and others were instructed to stop providing assessments of Russian election interference and downplay the danger to national security posed by white supremacist groups Committee is requesting documents and transcribed interviews with senior D H s officials. Murphy is expected to be deposed before the committee later this month. The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee have also requested additional documents from D. H s related to Murphy's complaint. CBS News, Intelligence and National Security reporter. Olivia Gaza's report is outs about how immigration officials flew prison detainees of Virginia just so the planes could also be used to transport federal agents to D. C to respond. The protests and a huge Corona virus outbreak followed. The Washington Post reporting a current and former U. S. Officials says the move skirted rules that bar ice employees from traveling on charter flights unless detainees or aboard as well soon after dozens of the new arrivals tested positive for covert 19, which field an outbreak at the Farmville, Virginia jail for detainees who are already there filed suit. Three of them got the virus. Iris Ice says the purpose of the flight was to move detainees into facilities with more space for social distancing Who's started the fires currently raging across the Pacific Northwest emergency responders working to strike down misinformation about the fires in Oregon and Washington state. The FBI says an investigation found no evidence that far left or far right groups are responsible. This comes after the spread of unsubstantiated social media post while fires up and down the West Coast have burned. Millions of acres of land so far, 9 40 for you worried about your underlying health conditions..
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"For the Rat Break, Progressive casualty insurance Company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law. You are listening to news Radio, K o B. J AM Austin 5 90 A. M and K 259 A Jay Austin bracing but hoping I'm Sanji and Grasso. Fox News in Florida tonight residents are hoping is downgraded to a tropical storm skirts the eastern coastline. But the storm, which lasted Bahamas today, could strengthen and residents are told to beware. We now have 16 counties that have declared a state of emergency three. Mohr since my update this morning, Broward Nassau ST John's actually, ST Lucia's well Have all declared states of emergency. We have had approval, of course from the federal government for our category B reimbursements. That's Governor Ron Descent is the storm threatens the state battling a Corona virus outbreak. First astronauts launched by Elon Musk Space X Company have left the international space station for the final and most important part of their test flight returning to Earth with a rare splashdown weather permitting it scheduled in the Gulf of Mexico on Florida's Panhandle at 2:42 p.m. Eastern time Sunday. Democrats and Republicans are talking about renewed economic stimulus in the wake of the Corona virus pandemic, But there was still some big sticking points. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the White House wants a quick short term deal. There's clearly a desire on their part to do an entire package. We've made clear that we're we're willing to deal with the short term issues and passed something quickly and come back in larger.
Hurricane Isaias heads toward Florida's coast
"Watch on Hurricane Zaius. Zaius is currently located in the central Bahamas and is traveling Northwest. 12 miles per hour. Latest projections have. Xie is coming very close to the east coast of Florida as a cattle category one hurricane later this evening and into tomorrow. Florida Governor Ron Descent is that this morning's briefing how far up the East Coast is the storm likely to go Eventually it's going to take a northeasterly turn. And when it does looks like cross, probably a weaker storm, upper level wind will break the storm apart quite a bit on then we're going to be talking, maybe about a landfall somewhere across the Carolinas. Before it moves in towards the Northeast. Fox meteorologist Rick Wright youth weather watchers along the East Coast is far north as Maine or closely tracking the storm's path.
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"Radio 5 16 years of old San Francisco. A cumulus station your home for the most important election of your life collection. 20 watching the Storm. I'm Lisa Sarah Fox News parts of the Atlantic Coast of Florida under a hurricane warning as hurricane is Ayaz drenches the Bahamas is on a track for the East Coast of the U. S. Sure that if you do live in an evacuation zone, you know that that zone you know that if your order Evacuate to take it seriously and follows suit. Governor Ron Descent is in North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says they're trying to balance safety from the hurricane. With covert 19 precaution, the state will coordinate shelters for those who need to evacuate. Who can't find other arrangements. The reason we're asking people to make shelters, their last resort resort Is because social distancing and precautions that go along with a shelter in a pandemic, the National Hurricane Center says heavy rains from the store may begin to win back South and west Central Florida tonight in the eastern Caroline is by early next week. Members of the Corona Virus Task force, including Dr Anthony found me before a House panel today to discuss the administration's response to the virus. He was asked about opening schools for in person learning thing. That a default position despite the fact that we have to have flexibility would be to try and Vestas we possibly can. In the context of the safety of the Children and the teachers open the school. Many school districts across the country have said they will either begin the year with remote learning our all for a hybrid schedule for students. The Supreme Court has left in place,.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Infected. Then you Florida Governor Ron Descent, is getting heckled during a covert 19 briefing. The state is reporting about 360,000 cases now more than 5000 deaths and teachers are suing to stop their schools from fully reopening in what's believed to be the first legal action of its guide. Teachers. Unions have sued Republican Florida Governor Rod the Santis over his emergency order calling for schools to fully reopen next month. Even as covert 19 cases surgeon the state Florida has five of the country's 10 biggest school district. The suit's sets up a legal confrontation between unions and politicians that could dictate school re openings in the coming weeks. Jim Krystle, a CBS News here in Washington state, each district is developing its own plan under the guidance of the Health Department on how they will handle school this fall. Another cove in 19. Relief check could be soon headed your way with Congress back in session today, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the first order of business will be a new Corona virus relief package. The House has already approved a $3.5 trillion bill. I would consider not signing it if we don't have a payroll tax president Trump says He also wants the measure to include liability protections for businesses. Laura Podesta, CBS NEWS Seattle Police believe that once again gangs intent on destruction crashed what or Anizers had hoped would be a peaceful demonstration last night. At least 12 officers during this confrontation were injured. One had to be treated at a hospital. The mother of a 19 year old man who was fatally shot at the Seattle chop protest zone plans to sue today. She followed the claim against local and state authorities, saying they created a dangerous situation in the city. You're Cairo Radio forecast calls for sunny skies today with highs.
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"Now and save or during their summer sale. Total Lifelock dot com used from Oko risk sale in July. 23. No branch radio. 6 10 Double d U I O D It's Body shower here. There are 16 Doppler radar, but that should do it for now, anyway. It's 95 degrees in Western in Southwest Ranches 92 in downtown Miami at five hold one. Check out date is coming a bit. Earlier on Miami Beach, the city ordering all short term rentals closed tomorrow night with a new emergency order going into effect. Just after midnight Thursday, all reservations for upcoming short term and vacation. Reynolds will be cancelled. With no indication when the order will be lifted. Hotels are not affected. Better, more consistent health and safety messages need to come out of Tallahassee in Washington, D C really has to come from When the president from the governor, we're trying our best, but people will will will follow the messages they hear from the people that they that they believe in the end, they respect Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert joined fellow date mayors and a covert 19 round table with Governor Ron Descent is the governor praised their leadership and says mayors are on the front lines of the battle against the virus, the mayor's say. They're worried about the short term effects of the virus, but also the long term disruption to the economy of the latest parents survey is accurate. About 2/3 of Broward's moms and dads won't be happy with a consensus being reached when it comes to the future of school. Only about 1/3 of the more than 130,000 parents who participated in the latest survey favor 100% learning opposed to face to face schooling in hybrid models. School board members Dr Rosalind Osgood and Patricia Good agree with the superintendent's proposal to start school fully online next month, saying the lives of students and staff can't be jeopardised won't be a part of killing people. I just think it's irresponsible to open schools and then turn around and have to close schools days later. The goal is when conditions improve, students could began returning to campuses. Specifics will be ironed out during additional workshops. Erica Rodriguez News Radio's extendable Coyote, Miami Dade and Palm Beach is school boards are set to meet tomorrow with Palm Beach is set to vote on their superintendents proposal, which is in line with Broward's The Trump Administration were sending a new federal rule blocking foreign students from taking courses online. The administration has been pushing colleges and universities to reopen this fall despite the ongoing pandemic. The rule was challenged by Harvard University and a mighty It was rescinded moments before a legal challenge was heard in the Boston courtroom market, sending the day sharply higher. Let's get the details from Bloomberg's Mona Rivera. Stocks ended the day positive. After a lot of swings, the Dale climbed 557 points, 2% the S and P rose 1.3%. The NASDAQ was close to 1% higher. Three big Wall Street banks.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi saying sobering outlook today on the path out of the corona virus pandemic a new. Npr PBS Newshour. Mayor's poll finds two thirds of Americans believe life will be back to normal for at least six more months here's NPR's medical months narrow sixty five percent of Americans don't think they'll be able to resume their normal daily lives for at least six months and with many states reopening businesses. Three quarters of people say they are concerned about a second outbreak of the virus. Experts say without strict social distancing. That's a very real possibility. There was a big political divide on these questions. Republicans are less likely to think that normalcy will take six months or more to return and they're less likely to be concerned about a second outbreak. That's perhaps not surprising. Given president trump urging states to reopen even ahead of his own federal guidelines and with largely conservative protests springing up around the country demanding an end to restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of the virus. Domenico MONTANARO NPR news Washington months after the temporary shutdown Orlando's Walt Disney world's in the process of reopening under new corona virus restrictions workers and the limited number of people allowed into the entertainment park are required to wear face coverings. There temperatures will also be checked before they're allowed inside at the same time vice president. Mike Pence was in central Florida meeting with tourism officials. And talking to Republican governor Ron descent who continues to claim that most Floridians are safe from corona virus. Whoever recent developments have raised new questions about whether the state's public health data may have been manipulated in favor of a campaign to reopen Florida's economy. Well Governor Andrew. Cuomo OF NEW. York's launching a public service campaign to warn people not to get complacent about wearing a mask. Here's NPR's Windsor. Johnston Governor Cuomo's cited data that shows people who work in jobs. That require face masks. Have up to half of the infection rate of the general population in New York City. The mask works. The governor also warned against complacency in the weeks ahead arrogant people get cocky. People get casual. Won't people undisciplined. You'll see that infection rate. Go up the governor says the state plans to expand a testing programs in higher risk areas. He says testing has shown that about twenty seven percent of people in New York. City's lower income communities have been infected with the coronavirus while the overall rate is about nineteen percent Windsor Johnston. Npr News in Central Michigan. Thousands of flood evacuees are being advised to practice anti corona virus measures while they seek shelter from severe floods. We've more Michigan Radio's Tracey Samuelson. Almost everyone's wearing a mask they have the cots set up at good distances. And everybody's being really quite careful and it's really important because a lot of the people here are elderly folks disabled folks people in wheelchairs. Pets tracey Samuelson reporting this is NPR News Francis Collins the scientists and physician who directs the National Institutes of Health has been awarded the Templeton Prize. Npr's Tom Gjelten says the prize honors those especially scientists who tackle issues of spirituality certain templeton a philanthropist established his prize to highlight the power of the sciences to explore the deepest questions of the universe and humankind's place and purpose within it past honorees include. Mother Teresa Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama Francis Collins who directed the Human Genome Project was awarded the prize for his argument. That religious faith and scientific inquiry can go together in a statement. Colin said the complexity of human biology constantly creates in me a sense of off. The Templeton Prize is one of the world's largest individual awards valued at one point one million British pounds. Tom GJELTEN NPR news us. Marshals have arrested a former green beret and his son in Massachusetts after Japan issued a warrant charging them with helping to smuggle ex Nissan CEO. Carlos gone out of the country. At the time gone was out on bail awaiting trial in Japan on financial misconduct charges. Go to childhood home of Lebanon. He says he escaped Japan because he did not believe he would get a fair trial there. The Dow's closed up three hundred sixty nine points or one and a half percent to end the day at twenty four thousand five hundred. Seventy Five P was up. One Point Percent Nasdaq was up more than two percent. I'm Lakshmi Singh NPR news..
President Trump meets with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
"Story governor Ron descent is is on the national stage right now home and away from his live news conference from the White House with president trump they've been discussing reopening Florida which has been a top story for over a week now remember his safer at home order expires after Thursday governor Ron DeSantis promising a phased approach to re opening Florida businesses but he says it may look different depending on where you live this is a bottom up deal we're gonna work with Miami and Broward and Palm Beach a little bit differently than the panhandle in major metropolitan areas like Orlando testing seems to be the key or expanding their Jerry Deming says they're working to identify who can safely return to work we have tested some twenty three thousand six hundred plus
Miami - Governor Ron DeSantis To Form ‘Task Force’ To Focus On Reopening State
"Meanwhile governor Ron descent is is expected to make his task force by week's end that'll determine the best way to reopen the state's economy to Santa says the group will provide recommendations about restaurants schools tourism agriculture and other sectors which will involve requirements about testing for corona virus university of central Florida economist Sean Snaith says it's time to shut downs were ordered based on models predicting one to two million deaths and that sort of scared everybody into taking these extreme measures but as more data is being collected when more is known about the parts these projections have been revised down significantly passports will be made up of elected officials business leaders economists and health
"governor ron descent" Discussed on KTOK
"As always what's going to happen next. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches. They're gonna rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think of having been in this business a long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just political noise. Chris Wallace on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opin. State of Florida marking a somber anniversary today a year since the parkland massacre in the Broward County school board remains embattled with superintendent accused of keeping information from reaching the public and now Florida governor Ron descent is wants a statewide grand jury to comb through records. I think it's something that may lead to potential. Accountability measures by grand jury, but it can also lead to and I think it will lead to recommendations about what some of the various school districts could do better both the Broward schools, and it's sheriff's office or under fire for mishandling. The case of a known violent team who would eventually be the gunman in Broward County, Florida. Evan brown. Fox news. The wife of a former Chicago police officer who shot black teenager Lachlon McDonald to death says her husband has been assaulted by inmates in his prison cell in Connecticut, Tiffany Van Dyke telling the Chicago sometimes the Jason Van Dyke was assaulted almost immediately after being placed in the prisons general population. She says they are in fear for Jason's life. A hearing in Chicago today on a groups attempts to stop construction of the Barack Obama presidential library and museum charging its location in a park along Chicago's lakeshore, violates a law against development there, candy and cards and flowers. So my valentines days here. Valentine's Day may make your heart swell. But it can also make your wallet light the national retail federation says we'll spend more than twenty billion dollars for Valentine's Day, which is an average of about one hundred and sixty one dollars each. So what's all that money being spent on almost four billion of it goes to jewelry three and a half billion on an evening out? And almost two billion on flowers roses make up the largest portion of the retail flower sales and popular is Valentine's Day is for flower sales. It's actually the second largest holiday for floral the.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"On the thorough -tarian president Amara, but she or to step down after three decades of rule. Twenty four year old man died Thursday from warranty received at an earlier protest near the capital. Khartoum raising the official death toll since protests erupted amid December two twenty nine rights groups say more than forty people have been killed by security forces and pro government militias firing tear gas and live ammunition. Brazil's first elected openly gay federal lawmaker said Thursday, he's leaving his post in this fled. Brazil, amidst growing homophobic violence coinciding with the rise of the far-right precedent Shire Sinato John villas who took I took office in Brazil's chamber of deputies in two thousand eleven told us how Paulo newspaper he's received a number of death threats in recent weeks, and has felt unsafe since this friend and political ally lay Franco and LGBTQ activists and Rio city council member was assassinated last March two suspects in Franco's murder are members of a criminal syndicate who have ties to president Bolsonaro sonatas son Flavio, president shy yearbook sonata has a history of making racist misogynistic, and homophobic, comments and has threatened to destroy him prisoner banish his political opponents John Willis was elected to a third term in office in October hit will be replaced in Brazil's congress by David Miranda, Rio city council member and husband of the Pulitzer prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald. Back in the United States, Massachusetts democratic Senator and twenty twenty presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren unveiled a plan Thursday that would shift the US tax burden onto those who can most afford it people with tax assets over fifty million dollars. Warren says the proposed ultra millionaire tax would raise two point seven five trillion dollars over ten years while impacting just point one percent of Americans in of to New York school district. Officials are denying reports that four twelve year old African American girls were strip searched by middle school nurse and assistant principal after they allegedly acted giddy during a school lunch. The school district's denial came after two hundred people pack the school board meeting Tuesday evening to condemn the alleged incident, which they said left, the four girls feeling humiliated and traumatized the school board acknowledges the girls were detained on suspicion of possessing drugs a suspicion that admits was unfounded, but denies the girls were strip searched near. City has agreed to pay three point three million dollars to settle a lawsuit. Brought by the family of Khalif Browder. The Bronx resident who died by suicide in two thousand fifteen at the age of twenty two after being held at Rikers jail for nearly three years without trial for a crime. He didn't commit Khalif was just sixteen years old in two thousand ten when he was sent to Rikers jail on suspicion of stealing eight backpack. He always maintained his innocence and demanded a trial and steady spent the next nearly three years at Rikers nearly eight hundred days of that time in solitary confinement. When not in solitary Khalif was repeatedly assaulted by guards and other persons Khalif story. Let New York City mayor Bill de Blasio to pledge in two thousand seventeen to close the Rikers island jail in ten years time in Florida. Newly appointed secretary of state, Michael Ertl resigned. Thursday, just hours after photos emerged showing him in black face while wearing a shirt reading Katrina victim. The photos were taken at a Halloween party in two thousand five just two months after Hurricane Katrina devastated. The Gulf Coast killing over eighteen hundred people and leaving much of New Orleans underwater toll was appointed. By Florida's Republican governor Ron descent who narrowly defeated democrat, Andrew gillum and November Gillam is African American during the campaign, he faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups, and from desanctis who told Florida voters ahead of the election. Not to quote monkey. In Indiana, a school superintendent has been charged with three felonies and a misdemeanor charge after she used her son's name to get medical treatment for a six student who didn't have healthcare. Casey smitherman says she picked up the fifteen year old student earlier this month after the teen showed symptoms of strep throat. After a medical clinic refused to see the teen because he had no insurance. Smitherman took into a second clinic and signed him in under her son's name. She then filled a prescription for antibiotics at a local pharmacy under her insurance. In a statement smitherman said as a parent, I know how serious illness can be if left untreated, and I took him to an emergency clinic. I knew he did not have insurance. And I wanted to all I could to help him get well, and in Brussels Belgium, an estimated thirty five thousand children held a one day school strike Thursday surrounding the European parliament building demanding urgent action on climate change. It was one of the law. Largest student protests ever in the Belgian capital students said they're ready to skip classes once a week until their demands are met.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on AP News
"Of having killed five people in the Bank this afternoon in Seabrook. Police haven't released a motive in the shooting is N's aver was arrested at a SunTrust branch Bank. Police chief Carl holding says the man contact the dispatch earlier saying he fired shots inside the Bank before eventually surrendering when a shot swat team entered the building Florida governor Ron descent, this is an individual face, very swift and exacting Justice. A neighbor tells the AP Xaver and his mother moved into a home several months ago and see bring man says Xaver kept to himself, but he could hear him playing and yelling at video games into the middle of the night. The political friction between President Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi shifts to include the state of the union address. Here's the AP saga megani? President Trump was to address a joint session of congress Tuesday. But Pelosi is denying him access to the house chamber until the government reopens. That's great. Blotch on the incredible country that we all love it. It's forcing the president to find a backup plan. Well, do something in the alternative though. He didn't say what that was Pelosi at asked him last week to postpone the address and the president in essence called her bluff earlier today by saying he'd go ahead with it. She then denied him access, which he calls a disgrace. The latest moves and their increasingly personal standoff over the shutdown saga megani. Washington votes are set for tomorrow in the Senate on two competing bills to end that partial shutdown House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says Democrats want to stand off the end, I think it's time speaker Pelosi begins to listen to her own conference. This is AP radio news on Iranian state, TV anchor held as a material witness for a week has been released from jail. American-born Iranian television. Anchorwoman I has Chevy is no longer under detention in the United States Abedi Yuban attorney with the American Arab anti-discrimination committee says me was released from jail in Washington. Wednesday. A person familiar with the matter tells the Associated Press Shemi fulfilled, her obligation as a material witness court papers in which Chevy was named a witness. Do not include details of the case a Chevy who was.
"governor ron descent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"It starts now. Governor Disentis makes his first appointment to the supreme court. Good afternoon. It is twelve thirty. We've got sixty seven degrees going to ride to about seventy one seventy two today room temperature not so much tonight, though, a low of about forty two forty three here in Orlando. You folks in the villages will be a little bit chillier around thirty eight thirty nine war with Brian on the cold weather coming up tonight. Jackie has her eye on the I four traffic cameras. But I it is our top story less than twenty four hours on the job. And governor Ron descent makes his first appointment to the Florida Supreme Court, and he's making history with this one to today, it's going to be my honor and privilege to announce that I'm gonna appoint judge Barbara logo to the Florida Supreme Court Nagoya is a highly native who graduated from Florida international university before getting her law degree at Columbia University. She has served for the last twelve years as an appellate judge on Florida's third disc. Court of appeals. She becomes the first Hispanic woman to sit on the state's highest court Disentis still has to other supreme court picks due to mandatory retirements Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO coming up. How much force went to returns with tonight in central Florida? And how soon we'll be back to our spring like weather next news at noon. This is news ninety six point five w Devi. Oh, we're we're Landau turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic on channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Are major cold front is sliding by coming up. We're tracking one of Chile's nights of the season. I'm khaki O'Brien. Looks like a good ride for your lunch hour traffic in four minutes on news ninety six point five WDBO. It's a good ride on a Wednesday. And it's Orlando's news at noon with Scott Anez twelve thirty to reduce 96.5 WD afternoon. I'm Gene Wexler beautiful.