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"holly court" Discussed on WTOP
"The missing hiker was found Sunday in Utah's Zion National Park after 12 days. Says parts of her story. Don't ADD up. Sergeant Darrell Kashin says There's too much bacteria in a river near where Holly Court here was found for her to have consumed water from its safely and he says she had no apparent head injury. Her family claims she hit her head on a tree. She is said to have walked out of the park under her own power. Relatives have raised thousands for the 38 year old court here on go fund me for her medical care, Steve Kate and CBS News now to the virus pandemic. What happens in local schools after we get a Corona virus vaccine? That's the question Maryland school superintendents are grappling with and during a hearing of the state Senate Education Committee school leader said they could really use some help a couple of unknowns right now whether kids will be vaccinated in schools and whether a vaccine will be required for students to attend in person classes. Prince George's County public schools CEO Monica Goldson. Our current rules around immunization require that our students have to have updated immunizations in order to receive the delivery of instruction and superintendents called on the state to set up a contact tracing system for schools because right now individual school district's air having to set up their own systems, Nikolai Nelly w T o P News When the pandemic shut down cities and countries around the world. There was an upside, planet Earth got greener and Maryland did, too, as state home orders took effect in mid March, and most of us began teleworking. Air pollution significantly dropped in Maryland. A new report by the University of Maryland and the state's Department of Environment finds the levels of noxious pollutants fell between mid February and late May of this year as traffic decreased. And that changed our air quality, the study says. In three months, the pollutants black carbon linked to diesel fuel dropped by 30%, as did both carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide decreased by 15%. Study authors hope as we gradually move away from our stay at home reality, the state continues to push to increase zero emissions vehicles and public transportation. Meghan Cloherty w T. O P knew for the first time in 160 years, Santa will not be holding court at New York's flagship Macy's store. Pandemic is keeping Santa and his reindeer safe this winter. It's big loss to the quarter million or so kids who.
"holly court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Other meteorologist Joe Lundberg News? 93.1 kfbk. Currently it is 55 degrees in Folsom 56. Degrees and Valeo on news. 93.1 kfbk along with Sam Shane. I'm Christina Madonna. This is the KFBK Morning news. Let's talk to Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's. Burford and brothers Get enough data on money and business news. And where do you want to start? Kelly? Uh, Nancy Pelosi, Okay. Ah, she was just quoted as saying. A stimulus deal is just about there. They'd see how bout that Tuesday deadline you threw down It reminds me of like when Lucy like pulls the football out from Charlie Brown every year stereo That's right. And poor. Ah, poor Steve Mnuchin is Charlie Brown. So anyway, says deal it. Riverwood. Nancy imposed a Tuesday deadline. Last I checked. It was Thursday, but we knew that deadline was kind of Ah. A fake line in the sand anyway on DH. And you know what? Whatever it takes. There are people who need Some stimulus. Some people who are out of work people who whose businesses are on the brink, and so that will be and not to mention schools who need money to get reopened again, even if it's not until January. So the market has he raised a 170 point drop. By the way we did get initial jobless claims still well above 700,000, but the lowest number since March 14th of this year. Residential real estate going crazy up 9% in the latest reporting period, and that's what we got going on. Let's check the real time numbers. Why don't we Taoist now up 36 28 to 47. NASDAQ's down 26 11 for 58, the S and P Up four points. Gold Down. 30 Oil up 2% 10 Year Bond Yield 100.85. Okay, Kelly, Thanks So much talked again and a half an hour when this story initially broker was one of those stories where we all looked at each other and said, You've got to be kidding me. This woman has been trapped or stranded in a national park for 12 days and was found survived. And without all of this is miraculous might not be what it seemed to be. 38 year old Holly Court tour found alive by rescuers. The date was October 18th. She said that she had survived in the wilderness for 12 days by drinking water from the Virgin River. This is all out of Utah, by the way. And Sergeant Darrell Kashin says it's sounding a little suspicious to him. I'm saying she'd been drinking that water unless you had some really high immune system. She would have been very, very ill. And probably unable to come out on her own. So she was in the Zion National Park, and she said that she had hit her head on a tree became disoriented and was only it'll take a few steps and then collapsed. But now cashing this, saying they did not even see any evidence of such a severe wound when they found her if it was significant enough to last that many days There should have been some sign of that injury. In addition, he says she once was found was not even in the type of condition that she needed an ambulance after being in the loud 12 days. I mean, it's warm in the day, but it gets cold at night. So he overall says this case has him scratching his head. There's just a lot of question with that, and I think The place where that question can be answered, is probably with her and her holly Court tour 38 years old is from California Way Don't really know. What happened? You know, she said I was reading a little bit on the Baxter here. She did not tell like her kids. She did not tell people where she was hiking or where she was going. So I don't even know how they figured out. She was Zion. But maybe she checked in or something. Yeah, very interesting. She took a trip somewhere. There's this out of Yahoo this morning, and this is new. Former Google Chief Executive officer Eric Schmidt had some very remarkable things to say in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. About Social media. Hey, said the excesses of social media likely to result in greater regulation of Internet platforms in the coming years. Direct quote. The context of social network serving as amplifiers for idiots and crazy people is not what we intended unless the industry gets its act together in a really clever way. There will be regulation. Oh, yeah, that's common. I mean, we have just with the social media platforms. We are conducting the world's largest ever. Experiment. Sociological experiment, you know, And some would say It's not going so well. Eric Schmidt probably feels the liberty and freedom now to be so, frank and honest and blunt that he is since he is the former CEO of Google. Yeah, I still haven't watched that movie The social network. Have you seen that yet? You know, I haven't and I've been wanting to see it. I have a meeting to sit down but my husband and watch it, watch it. Watch it, talks about all the things Well, not all the things that you and I talked about on the show, but I would imagine a number of topics that we Touch upon. Yeah, I know Many of you out there listening have seen it. But I mean, there are a lot of people whose organ in social network and we're apparently on that in that movie. I just This caught my eye this morning because Christina for the first time, we're hearing somebody from Silicon Valley actually talking sense about what's going on with social media Well, and I think he's absolutely right about regulation. It's a bipartisan issue. Oh, publicans, and Democrats want to get after it. And it you know, he calls it the amplifier for idiots and crazy people. And it's off the rails. And it is off the rails. If they've got two green it in. Yeah, and I think the rest of us need to, you know. A lot of people like to get on it and mix it up. But at some point you need to take a break and I get that from a personal standpoint, the back and forth and I understand that and they're not condoning that. Just the dissemination of information. In this country is so skewed and it has polarized us more. I mean, you know, it's more difficult. People are trying to convince each other all day of their particular views right and it doesn't work. And, you know, it leads to people losing friendships and relationships anyway. That's Eric Schmidt this morning, and it's it's a It's an interesting reading. Yo, if you want to take a little bit Now we have the world serious going on. It's tied one game each. Yes, we have two very different teams. No one is like super super wealthy. The super rich that Joe Biden says. We need a tax rich team poor team, and then the 14th that Joe Biden says. We don't need to tack. How is it that you have this really rich team in this really poor team in the World Series together, we'll talk about the economics of baseball coming up. Finding versus truck. You ready? Final presidential debate. You're ready because you know what? We're gonna have a great debate. Live cover saying, Man tomorrow at 6 P.m. on news.
Utah sheriff's sergeant says Zion hiker's story 'does not add up'
"A sheriff's sergeant investigating the case of the missing hiker was found Sunday in Utah Zion National Park After 12 days says parts of her story don't add up. Darryl Kashin says there's too much bacteria in a river near where Holly Court here was found for her to have consumed it safely, and she had no head injury as her family claims.
"holly court" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee say they'll boycott today's confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett. Legal scholar Laurie Levenson says it won't stop the process. The Democrats decision is frankly, just a symbolic move. There is really no way for the Democrats, who only have 10 votes on the committee to stop the Republicans who have 12 in a 5 to 3 ruling, the high Court put on hold a lower court order that would have permitted curbside voting in Alabama next. Mum, not a Colorado. There have been new evacuations ordered in several towns in the northern part of the state as a wild fire spreads out of control, burning about 6000 acres an hour. Hundreds of homes or threatened at least 10 bodies have not been found in a non marked mass grave in Tulsa. The discovery made by crews searching for the remains of victims from the 1921 race massacre that killed 300 black residents, Paul Guard Olo at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, says Anything that's found will help tell the story now the both an emblem of pain but also a symbol of resilience. And a conduit from the past to the present. Sheriff sergeant investigating the case of the missing hiker was found Sunday in Utah Zion National Park after 12 days. There's parts of her story. Don't add up. Darryl Kashin says There's too much bacteria in a river near where Holly Court here was found for her to have consumed it safely, and she had no head injury as her family claims in Game two of the world's Siri's. The Rays beat the Dodgers, 6 to 4. Tampa Bay took control.
Hiker missing for two weeks found in Zion National Park
"A California woman who had been missing for two weeks in Zion and National Park in Utah has been found, Park officials say. 38 year old Holly court here was found Sunday by search and rescue crews and ethically vegetated area along the Virgin River. This after Park Rangers received a tip that she was seen Her daughter told a CNN Her mother hurt her head early in her hike and became disoriented a quarter now has been reunited with her family. Authorities say crews began the search after she didn't show up for her scheduled picked up in the park by a private shuttle. On October 6th.
Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park
"Were learning more about the hiker from California, missing for two weeks in Utah Zion National Park. Search and rescue crews found Holly Court here in thick vegetation along the Virgin River. CBS's Carter Evans, her daughter, Caylee Chambers, tell CBS News her mom injured her head on a tree and was too weak and disoriented to actively seek out help. Cordelia and experienced hiker left no itinerary and did not take a
"holly court" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Country back on the right track. President Trump defended his pandemic policy at a stop in to song the pandemic, its rounding the turn. Vaccines are coming. And I look fine Donut, you know. In a conference call with staffers, the president called the nation's leading infectious disease, Dr Anthony Fauci, a disaster and referred to scientific advisors. As idiots, Dr Fauci tells affiliate can X in Los Angeles. I don't want to get involved in that me against the president. That's not helpful, because what that does That creates a dialogue that distracts people from what the important things are. More states are reporting surges in Corona virus cases. New positive tests have doubled over the last month in New Jersey and Illinois is watching the numbers go up. Correspondent Adriana Diaz in Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the city is facing a second wave with more than 500 new cases a day. We have increasingly seen large gatherings off on mask young people, folks that has to stop. But some encouraging news at New York City schools of more than 16,000 covert tests Just 28 came back positive. 20 staff members, eight students were learning more about the hiker from California, missing for two weeks in Utah Zion National Park. Search and rescue crews found Holly Court here in thick vegetation along the Virgin River. CBS's Carter Evans, her daughter, Caylee Chambers, tell CBS News her mom injured her head on a tree and was too weak and disoriented to actively seek out help. Cordelia and experienced hiker left no itinerary and did not take a cellphone. New Yorker writer Jeffrey Toobin's been suspended after a nude mishap on a zoom call with colleagues. Calls it an embarrassing stupid mistake and says he thought he was off camera s and P futures up. 18. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News.
Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Utah's Zion National Park
"Nearly two weeks lost in Utah Zion National Park er over for a mom from California 38 year old Holly court here found by Park Rangers and reunited with her family. After vanishing during a solo hike that was supposed to last a day or sister Gillian court here, Oliver tells ABC I went out with a very experienced hiker. And we actually said, you know, we're going to step off the trails. We're gonna look where she could be now. One point We're hanging on the edge of a cliff and rocks are falling on us. And I thought Oh, my gosh, This is my sister. You know, I did, at one point think. How could she live through this? But she did surviving 12 days with almost no food and virtually no water Holly, making it through losing weight and covered in bruises, and her sister says moment I talked to her on the phone, she said. I love you so much, and that was for a signature thing to say to people that she loves him. I said so much for coming home for what it's worth, Dave Packer, ABC News
"holly court" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The virus, Elissa Bauer tells MSNBC. Trump needs to continue campaigning and meeting with members of Congress. This is not a job where he could be, you know, hiding in his basement from the virus. He's got to be out and he's assumed some risk in doing so. On another matter. Farah says she thinks the Democrats are getting closer to reaching a deal on the next stimulus package. Farah says Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been reluctant to move towards several officers Republicans have put on the table, but they're cautiously hopeful a deal can be worked out. There are signs more people are traveling. Scott Pringle reports. Transportation Security Administration says it's screened more than one million Flyers Sunday nationwide. That's the most in a single day since March. 17th year travel though still way down compared to before the corner virus pandemic tab Coca Cola is first Diet soda is being discontinued. The company says it will stop selling tab by the end of the year after nearly six decades, and officials says Tab did its job and it's the end of an era. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. A sexual assault suspect is behind bars After barricading himself inside a building at Paramount Studios in Hollywood late last night, Authorities say the man was armed with a knife and became uncooperative when investigators with the Fullerton Police department tried to arrest him. Multiple reports say there was an officer involved shooting, but officials don't believe the suspect was hit. The studio lot was evacuated and placed on lock down. As a result, A woman who went missing nearly two weeks ago in Utah Zion National Park has been found alive, according to her family 38 year old Holly Court ear, who they described as an experienced tiger was last seen entering the Utah Park on October 6th before she was reported missing by her family, the National Park Service said Search and rescue teams located court here early Sunday after receiving a credible tip from a park visitor. She was United with and left the park with her family. Phil for our NBC News radio Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is now home to a statue honoring women in the U. S. Military. The statue that features a woman in a full combat uniform with a service dog was in field at the military cemetery Saturday. The sculpture of the pledge, Susan Bihari says it represents women's faithful allegiance to the United States and the freedom it allows. Bihari also said that there are very few US monuments featuring women in the Military and that it's time to change that. Matt Matt Henson, NBC News radio, Aah Mexican restaurant, and Iowa is turning heads with its No love no Taco sign. The owner of La Corretta Mexican Grill in Marshalltown posted the sign in response to complaints about a small yard sign he put up in August. Supporting women's rights, science and black Lives matter, Alfonso Medina said he just wanted to respond to critics with humor..
"holly court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"So what about high school athletes are legal correspondent came in, Please Amy he Feldman takes a look. Last week ESPN to broadcast the game quarterbacked by Arch Manning Eli in Payne's nephew. It's lucky the cameras came to him since at 15, he couldn't drive himself anywhere. Given the involving plant like college athletes, pursue endorsement deals or otherwise benefit from their names and likenesses. What can high school athletes do? What can't they if they want to remain qualified to play their sports in college, although they're influx for now and see double rules still require high school athletes to be amateurs, which means they can't accept money to play the game. They can't have endorsement deals, and if they have an agent, the agent has to be certified by the as the case is work their way through the court system, and states continue to pass laws about student athletes rights that's subject to change. Luckily for Archie Manning, he still has two seasons for the W and the lawyer. Toe work this out before he gets to college from Judge Group. I mean, he felt meant for k y w. NewsRadio 1 24 in Utah. This is an ending Rescuers had hoped for after a nearly two weeks search in a national park in Utah's Zion National Park. A 38 year old woman was missing for 12 days. Her daughter was confident she'd be found. I know she would not give up on me. So I refused to give up on her. And yesterday, Holly Court here was found safe search crews were able to get to her. After another park. Visitors spotted her. She only intended to spend a day at the park getting arrived there on a bus. Steve Cave and CBS News Court here is said to be very dehydrated and malnourished. She's getting checked out at the hospital or families with her for that medical evaluation in a Family friend says courtiers in good spirits and very thankful for everybody who searched for her, especially the people. They're founder and the Rangers, who rescued her. 1 25 Money News on K Y W. Donna Wilson from Bloomberg as the update human stunk so lower as investors a sense a possible stimulus stalemate..
"holly court" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Spending three months at ground zero. Today would have been his 55th birthday. A local tribute to Whitney Houston Grammy Museum experience and the Credentials Center announced plans for a Whitney Houston mural in Newark Central Ward Oddest mod, Lemaire has been chosen to create to create the artwork on the facade of William House, a new community focused Nick's use project. An unveiling is set for late November a huge sigh of relief out west where a missing hiker has been found alive. Correspondent Steve Case and with the story in Utah's Zion National Park, a 38 year old woman was missing for 12 days. Her daughter was confident she'd be found. I know she would not give up on me, so I refused to give up on her, and yesterday, Holly Court here was found safe search crews were able to get to her after another park visitors spotted her She only intended to spend a day at the park getting arrived there on a bus. Her daughter says Cord here had recently lost her job as a nanny due to the pandemic and was traveling around in a converted camper van. Visiting national parks instead of hosting 2000 partiers on the sea. A cruise ship, which is the skeleton crew on board served as the rescue vehicle for 24 people stranded on a sinking boat. It was the carnival sensation, which spot of the voters and international waters 37 miles off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida on Saturday. Carnival Cruise Line says the vessel sailed on over and gave the two dozen blankets, lifejackets food and water. When the small vessel started taking on water, However, they brought the group on board. They were quarantined away from the crew did a covert precautions and were later taken to shore by the Coast Guard. While some cruise lines have started up European voyages, most have cancelled all trips through the end of the year. Wins news time 10 51 time for traffic.
"holly court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The Dodgers Cody Ballenger broke open a three all tie with a solo home run in the seventh. Last night L. A beat Atlanta for three to win the NLCS and another trip to the world. Siri's Bellenger may have also injured himself significantly during the homerun celebration. The Dodgers at one point trailed three games to one in this Siri's game one against the Rays is tomorrow night. In the NFL. The Broncos done the Patriots in Foxboro yesterday. 18 12 to improve to two and three. San Francisco got past the Rams in Santa Clara 24 16, the Raiders and Chargers were on the bi week week six closes out tonight with a double header again this afternoon. The Bills will host the chief's beginning at 2 P.m. local time, with the Cowboys hosting the Cardinals in the nightcap. On my costume with extra 13 60, Fox Sports San Diego cargo dears time. 6 54, a San Diego woman's mother, who disappeared in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago has been found alive. Now we're finding more about the woman, according to her family 38 year old Holly Court here, who they described as an experienced tiger was last seen entering the Utah Park on October 6th before she was reported missing by her family, the National Park Service said Search and rescue teams local Did Cort here early Sunday after receiving a credible tip from a park visitor Cordy, or social media site lists. She lives in Agoura Hills, her daughter said her mother was laid off from being a nanny. After the Corona virus hit, says Mom bought a van and her goal was to visit and hike all the national parks. She was reunited with and left the park with her family fell for our KOGO news. Founding members of the beach Boys are disavowing a campaign benefit for Donald.
"holly court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Fear tactics into it, especially a woman governor and her family is so irresponsible. The president has been critical of Whitmer, saying she needs Tio ese policies and open up her state's economy. Coco two years time 502 Mohr Corona virus cases are being reported on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. This is just a few months after an outbreak sidelined the entire ship. The Navy says two sailors on the carrier tested positive for covered 19 during training off the coast. Contact tracing has been completed and all crew members who came in contact with the sailors or quarantining aboard this ship. The San Diego based carrier was forced to dock in Guam for 10 weeks in March after more than 1000 sailors contract The disease. So with the election just weeks away, as we've been talking about in cases of covert 19, appearing to rise across portions of the country to Badam IQ is becoming the focal point of discussion. Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press secretary Alex Cesar, Health and Human Services secretary who is leading the public health strategy for the federal government regarding the Corona virus. Of course, the president's leading the overall whole of government response and he's making all of us is public health leaders available to help educate the public, But What matters right now is the message that we're trying to get across, which is cases are increasing. There have been more than eight million cases of covert 19 nationwide, according to data from Johns Hopkins and nearly 220,000 deaths, a new study shows California gun sales are spiking amid the pandemic, researchers at U. C. Davis say about 110,000. Californians have bought a gun since Cove in 19 arrived. And by mid July, the pandemic was listed as a major factor for those buyers. 76% say they bought a gun over concerns of lawlessness. 56% fear the release of inmates with outbreaks in prisons 49%. We're worried about the government going too far in 38% fear to government collapse more than 13% of respondents said they knew someone who might intentionally hurt themselves. While around 1% of gun owners now say they keep at least one gun loaded and not locked up. Joshua Lipton KOGO News, a San Diego woman's mother, who disappeared in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago has been found alive and now we're finding out more about the woman, according to her family 38 year old Holly Court here, who they described as an experienced tiger was last seen entering the Utah Park on October 6th before she was reported missing by her family, the National Park Service. Said Search and rescue teams located court here early Sunday after receiving a credible tip from a park visitor Cordy, or social media site lists. She lives in Agoura Hills, her daughter said. Her mother was laid off from being a nanny. After the Corona virus hit, says Mom bought a van and her goal was to visit and hike all the national parks. She was reunited with and left the park with her family. Phil Farrar, KOGO news. Dodgers are going to the World Series..
Woman who vanished in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago is found alive
"Missing nearly two weeks ago in Utah Zion National Park has been found alive, according to her family. 38 year old Holly Court here, who they described as an experienced tiger was last seen entering the Utah Park on October. Before she was reported missing by her family, the National Park Service said. Search and rescue teams located court here early Sunday after receiving a credible tip from a park visitor. She was reunited with and left the park with her family. That's Phil Farrar reporting cheers.
"holly court" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Do is ask you can even get a job lot quantities of work material sent right where you need them with job site delivery exactly what you need when and where you need it the best jobs start at the home depot how do we get more done the station you know CBS reporter Holly court at UCSF mission bay campus in San Francisco the people you trust so far there hasn't been a case of covert nineteen here at the children's hospital the nurses say they're already being told the concern we are with you all news all the time on the bay area's news station KCBS it's four forty eighty KCBS traffic and weather together we have this morning after a some slow traffic coming at a Tracy John this trip report is brought to you by his water it's a west bound to all five just after north Tracy Boulevard as we gonna start see the brake light is very very slow and you get to a slightly past eleven street you say kind of you know tapping the brakes into you can transition onto westbound bye baby on the Altamont pass once you get past Wes grant line road it's going to be about a good mile or so before you actually start to pick up and go over the Altamont pass once you get into Livermore beyond you looking really good as you continue westbound five eighty mad about you are looking good all the way in the Castro valley so good stuff there where I do see some slowdown is on the peninsula south bound to eighty they're still overnight road work going on they're doing some pavement worked on highway two eighty between sand sand hill road in Woodside road they do have various lane closures till six AM in the southbound direction that's where I see a little bit of slowing once you get past that you're looking good it is pure water infused with surprisingly true fruit flavors including watermelon blackberry and cherry no sugar no sweeteners no calories available at your local.
"holly court" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Online today to make America's tomorrow right shape your future starts here at twenty twenty senses dot com paid for by U. S. census bureau the station you know KCBS reporter Holly court at UCSF mission bay campus in San Francisco the people you trust so far there hasn't been a case of covert nineteen here at the children's hospital the nurses say they're already being told the concern we are with you all news all the time on the bay area's news station KCBS CBS news time one eighteen first for traffic let's check in with George rasp you know Susan they're still big delays getting into Sacramento out of woodland on interstate five this report brought to you by time sheets dot com this is south bound just passing one thirteen and then making that turn into Sacramento it's about a three and a half mile stretch leading out to road twenty two and it said they've shut down one of the lanes there so it's jamming up the ride again that's heading into Sacramento out of woodland and then we have continuing delays for one sixty just south of Rio vested north of Antioch as they continue with the road work on the three mile slough bridge one way traffic control it's slow for about a mile each way and despite the reports of problems with an accident eastbound on interstate eighty at hilltop there is little if any slowing their.
"holly court" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Facility and today I was diagnosed with COPD nineteen that's from video taken at the Willis home where he is quarantine how we got it unknown hundreds of people turning up for the first day of drive up walk up virus testing in Hayward today here's case CBS's Holly court for the next three weeks the street in front of the home would fire station will be blocked off across the street in tennis and Parker multiple times with a screening and swapping takes place people started lining up here as early as six thirty in the morning in wheelchairs and walkers some are homeless others people who live nearby first responders and hospital workers are getting priority inside the fire station one in five cars at the drive up line were forwarded for further screening Donte Nicholson speaks for the Hayward fire department in two other other sites can set up the yeah we do it this way we're not turning away people just because you don't live in a word we're not turning away those people were you know that's not even the criteria the show was one of those trying to get tested because I've been sick for one and a half months and I'm just getting better you know but because she didn't have a fever of a hundred or higher she was turned away which is a bit of a relief but she still can't get in to see your doctor they said we we only do phone appointments you know so I I don't know what to do in a word Holly Quan KCBS executive order by governor Newsom is allowing companies and governments to hold remote meetings KCBS reporter Tim Ryan on the peninsula in a message to her constituents redwood city mayor Diane Howard said these virtual meetings will last a few weeks minimum there will be the ability to ask questions via email and only important business will be acted upon your health and safety are our top priority and I want to reassure you that during the shelter in place status all essential city services will continue to stay open next door in San Carlos mayor Ron Collins said the only one at city hall will be the city clerk he admits that this may be a little awkward but they've tested the technology likely it's a short agenda so a lot of it is just I mean there's really one item and that is just getting Hey report on the a staff report on the all the changes that have been made and and the updates and what we need to know that's coming down from the state these virtual or remote meetings warrant allowed under the state's open meeting law the changes to the brown act were made by an executive order from governor Newsom in San Carlos Tim Ryan KCBS statewide there are now more than fourteen hundred cases twenty seven deaths reporting live Jim Taylor KCBS thank you Jim us starting today barred his having reduced service hours as the shelter in place orders caused a huge drop in ridership weekday service will now run from five AM to nine PM service on Saturdays and Sundays will run from eight AM to nine PM the agency says training frequency will stay the same bart officials estimate the revenue losses could leave the agency and a fifty seven million dollar deficit each month coming up on KCBS we are going to talk a little bit more about PG&E it reached a plea agreement for the northern California wildfires that killed eighty four people that was the campfire check in with our own Kim Vastola she's checking out something in Daly city I can't.
"holly court" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Coming up for you at six ten mayors from throughout Saint Louis county gathered to discuss their concerns with a proposed city county merger among those in the room, the mayor of the Nita park James Mckee says what did you say you don't want this thing? No. We definitely do. Not be crammed down your grandma down our throats. NFL through our residence to do that and the mayor of Nita park and north county says he's concerned about a potential drop in police coverage other mayors Kerry Griggs of bridgeton says he's concerned that you won't be able to call your local police department, and no you're talking to if there's some large police force for the Saint Louis city and county region. A lot of skepticism here. But also a lot of question marks. What will the actual plan b that is announced by the group better together? And how will this group of mayors unite to oppose it Chesterfield Kevin Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox. Coming up at six thirty an update on the municipal leagues vote on the better together plan, o'fallon, Missouri. Police say a sixty eight year old man shot and killed a man who was attacking his daughter during a domestic violence incident. It happened about ten o'clock last night in a home on Holly court. The dead man is identified as forty five year old one on Fallon Missouri highway patrol. Investigating the shooting death of an off duty St Louis police officer by an on duty officer the patrol is investigating at the request of Saint Louis. Circuit attorney Kim Gardner tried to find out what led up to the death of twenty four year old officer Caitlyn Alex she was off duty at an apartment in the seven hundred block of Dover shortly before one in the morning yesterday with two on-duty city male officers police say there was some kind of mishandling of a gun, and she was shot in the chest. Those two officers rushed to the hospital, but she was pronounced dead shortly after arriving Alex had been with the department for two years. She is survived by her husband her parents and other family members a county police detective expected to make a full recovery after he was struck by a car during a traffic stop yesterday afternoon. It started with a car being pulled over at Saint Charles rock road and Lulu avenue in the Walston district around two pm, the car sped away from the scene and sideswiped a detective with the north county police cooperative causing a knee injury. The suspect was stopped after a chase in which he jumped. Out of the moving vehicle, which struck a police car. Police found two guns inside the car the driver taken into custody. A judge signs off on the settlement clearing the way for Saint Louis PSL L holders to get some of their money back. This after the Rams pulled up stakes and left town. Well, short of their thirty year.
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"You know, you've got to remember this is the like, what? What was that headline something about the traitors, TRITON enemies of the people by referred to those the Holly court. The enemies of the people. I mean, if the meal becomes slightly lists, rabbi, does it make a significant difference to the general mood music? Because no newspapers in this country are as influential as they once were, but the Daily Mail is influential. Politicians are genuinely scared of it. Absolutely. I'm and you know, you can see how it was always going to be interesting to see how this would work once taken moved upstairs as he's moved as it become, I think chairman on some sort of honorary chairman and Greg to cover because the two papers the mail, the mail on Sunday, the brothers, six paper being tweaking each other's, not trying to Trump each other's exclusive countering leaders the next day by response sort of cloak and dagger publishing the paper so they don't get wind of what the other was doing for a long time. So it was to be antiquated that Greg would try and change the narrative. I fear though the even a moderation of their tone. One kind of bleed out into the community, sadly, and the readers who I in. In sort of rabidly engaged daycares. Worst excesses. I don't know if it has that power. Maybe it might temper the that were successes, but I fear that the die is caused and it's only sort of jockeying now, but you know, one can only hope I agree with what looks at me, and he just seemed to have slightly more. I dunno, compassion. He seems a bit more levelheaded so you can only hope pages the is it also possible Judy, Greg Joe's just sees. I think people are starting to which way the wind is blowing on this. This was not even if you thought this was a good idea Brexit. That is fairly clear now that it's not quite going to be the walk in the park that it was presented as a really fat point. I think it's becoming clear has become clear if this past month the it's it's not really going to be a walk in the park, and I take thing anyone's believing that anymore. So I think it's, yeah, I think it's gonna make a massive impact, perhaps. To what to what their papers saying. However, I do think that there's, there's quite a difference between the Daily Mail online and the Daily Mail paper. And I would suggest that perhaps online there might still be a little bit of negatively towards the interesting when you said talking to our international readership owed, advise them not to go to the Daily Mail. What a great deal about the the newspaper, which looks positively like an August in venerable untrustworthy institution. Alongside the the online variant gets very bad indeed. So what we will take a short break. Now you're listening to Madari house with me under along with Augusta, much Laurie, Tom Edwards and page Reynolds coming up. Next, why Rockstars never retire. Mentioned the name funk house in Berlin, and you'll be greeted with excited curious d- or mysterious smile from those. In the note the former communist broadcasting house got a new lease of life when young musicians hunkered down. Motoko films set out on a tour of the stunning studios and recording holes, funk house on the same wavelength playing now in the film section at Monaco dot com..
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"Code has access to high quality education they will use those students of the education shen department for a conference on siree rose winds moore and unresponsive at about nine this morning one founder a backyard pool on holly court and melville the other pulled from the bottom of the pool by firefighters both children rushed to a hospital in plain view in extremely critical condition their mom was home at the time no word yet on health this happened sara lee kessler new york authorities say the man accused of killing an 11yearold monmouth county girl admitted he's responsible for death james flip and has the detail prosecuting attorney zion ai says the girls wounds were clear well before any autopsy was complete he had suffered grievous dramatic injury on buzz signs of her now andreas arousal appearing in court where it was revealed he confessed after nine hours of interrogation he faces murder charges after the body of abigail smith was found with a stab wounds not far from her qian's berg apartment complex last week because this is a tile this affects everyone it's in our community when i listen to audible i'm not on mile to my early morning run i'm not searching for clues in the abandoned toy factory near the cemetery as i make my way down to the basement i can't help i feel i can be followed did that all just move i should really get a treadmill go to audible dot gov slash act now and drew i download is free audible stories that surround you i perform fresh high school choir director who taught me to breathe from the diaphragm and sing from behind speech debate vietor news in the performing arts teach valuable life lessons that typically aren't todd in the classroom they help high.
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"The choice is crystal clear crystal windows to our news time five 23 grief over takes a neighborhood in melville long island today as a mother comes to grips with the deaths of her children a pair of toddlers who died this morning in a backyard pool carol d'auria now with the sand detail it's a tragedy that so hard to think about three euros oh twin brothers drowning together in the family swimming pool a hitches moved into the house and holly court thirteen months ago with their parents and a fiveyearold brother the swimming pool was filled with green algae that hadn't even gotten a chance to clean it yet the mother had just awakened and when she couldn't find the twins she told police she looked out of a second floor window and one of the floating in the pool while she did cpr on hand the paramedics arrived found the second voice still under the water this neighbor said she doesn't fall the mother at all devoted in a second like seoul's to move in cool he have lawyer dreams then the family's property does have a fence around it but no fence separating the pool and the back door of the house carol d'auria ten we engine now they'll president trump getting flak about his tweet today regarding transgender individuals serving in the military of course founded are let's say and spoke with elder statesman john mccain who says every able bodied american ought to be able to serve and without all the drama senator john mccain thinks president trump's tweet barring transgender people from serving in the military was unclear and says it's an example of quote live major policy announcements should not be made via twitter in a statement the chaired the senate armed services committee said service members meeting medical and readiness standards should not be forced to leave the military quote regardless of their gender identity mccain said a policy decision should not be announcing till the pentagon completes its review of the impact of allowing transgender people to enlist the president's tweet comes on the eve of a year review period put in place last year doing the the obama administration wins news time 525 does getting flavor fault balanced inconvenient dinner on the table night after night feel like a chore lot hellofresh take care of the weekly.