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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"It's going to be an almost impossible task. ABC news correspondent Ian Pannell continuing his coverage from Afghanistan. Come on news time. 7 14 are couple traffic every 10 minutes on the forced from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra. We have big problems right now trying to get into tuck. Will a. We have a crash north and I five near 405. It is blocking the right lane, partially blocking the off ramp as well. And then in the back up at 188th way of a crash. It's partially blocking the H O V lane. So you are sitting in bumper to bumper traffic starting right around to 72nd. If you stick to I five. It's going to take you at least an hour and a half to go from federal way into downtown Seattle. If you get off the two 72nd you head for northbound 99. It is starting to get a little bit busier. But in comparison that travel time Going to run right around 47 minutes. So a really big difference? You can save yourself about 45 minutes. Right now, if you use Dortmund 99 north down 90 five's also been crowding through Tacoma City Center, and we've been dealing with the backup approaching ST Round 18. We had an earlier stall south and I five and five near Port of Tacoma Road. That's now been moved out of your way. But we're still seeing some delays into that area. Um 167 is packed from 5 12 to about Ellingson. We see scattered slowing out of Auburn into Kent and then more slowing from to 12 to 4 or five and North bound four or five with the busy commute out of Renton and into Newcastle. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7 24 and the traffic spots for this time by beacon, plumbing, heating and electrical called beacon today, Save $50 on all drain cleaning and sewer repair. 1 800 freakin and stop freaking called Beacon. It's going to be a nice day highs in the mid seventies for today, with lots of sunshine a little bit hazy in the afternoon hours overnight low of 55 tomorrow looks like another sunny day in just a tad warmer. And we're going to cool.

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In switch, South Africa to give health workers J&J vaccine

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

05:26 min | 1 year ago

In switch, South Africa to give health workers J&J vaccine

"Pandemic continues to leave its mark across the globe. With new variants raising more concerned. Here's ABC News correspondent Ian Pannell officials in South Africa announcing that starting next week, frontline health care workers will be receiving the single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Despite not being approved for use yet the news coming after South Africa announced plans to scrap you, said the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, saying it doesn't work on the South African variance in mild to moderate cases. Johnson and Johnson's highly anticipated vaccine awaiting an emergency use authorization in the U. S, but has yet to be approved anywhere in the world. But already the Johnson and Johnson CEO suggesting people may need to get the vaccine every year just to keep up with the mutate. Shins. And now this morning, the U. K is on alert for two new covert 19 variants. The more concerning mutation only found in limited numbers being called the Bristol variant. Early data shows it could share characteristics of the South African mutation that may impact the effectiveness of some vaccines. The experience of our colleagues in South Africa indicate That even if you've been infected with the original virus that there is a very high rate of reinfection Azzam, or emergency testing's carried out in parts of Britain, strict new travel restrictions also being imposed with up to 10 years in jail and thousands of dollars in fines for breaking quarantine rules. This as the more contagious original UK variant spreads across the U. S, though, so far no evidence it weakens the vaccine's effectiveness.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"Covert nineteen the daily death rate exceeding that of the U. S. for the first time as hospitals become overwhelmed and across the country mass graves a dog to handle the surge visible scenarios could be nineteen a little flu still define social distancing and the times wearing the mask just feet away from supporters and here in Mexico Casey's polls have steadily rise with more than seventy one thousand confirmed cases I'm more than seven thousand six hundred deaths but a new study of the data by civic watchdog group claims that the number of deaths to be much higher all of this as health professionals on both sides of the border are increasingly concerned over new plans to open up popular tourism sites in Mexico like Cancun next week A. B. C.'s Ian Pannell reporting the U. S. state department today telling Congress that Hong Kong no longer has any independence in its dealings with mainland China A. B. C.'s Andy field says that's a problem not only for its citizens but for Americans doing business there when it came to supporting a democratic Hong Kong the president last fall told fox news we have to stand with Hong Kong but I'm also standing with president she's a friend of mine he's an incredible guy Hong Kong residents saying the president can't have it both ways secretary of state Mike Pompeii declaring China's ended Hong Kong's autonomy which threatens US Hong Kong free trade and visa rules Andy field ABC news Washington update from ABC news is coming up next along with top stories in the commode twenty four seven news center and we anticipate at about two thirty but things can be delayed from time to time governor Jay Inslee is expected to give us an update on the re opening of Washington state and just how long some counties may have to stay closed including the most populous counties of king Snohomish and Pierce that's next at about two thirty we're all being very careful in practicing social distancing but don't distance yourself from health care you need.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"Way Capital One is watching out for your money when you're not Capital One what's in your wallet the magicians apply K. O. M. O. C. out okay O. M. O. F. M. any minutes of non stop news starts now here's what's coming up another two hundred thirty seven new positives yesterday I'm Brian Calvert with the group that says testing rates have actually been falling Amazon turns its attention to covert testing I'm Corwin hate with the elite engineers involved good morning it's six o'clock from ABC news Shiri Preston and about a half hour when you hear this sound trading will resume of the New York Stock Exchange with life readers there for the first time in two months this is Erica thirsty says things will look different than they did before clumps of traders crowded around computer screens are no more there are now plexiglas barriers on the stock exchange floor there are fewer traders allowed on the floor and the ones that are there must wear masks they must also find a way to work that does not involve public transportation and once there the floor brokers must follow a new choreography that includes a temperature check and limits on where they can stand the trading floor close two months ago after several traders contracted coronavirus G. B. C.'s Erica Turkey New York governor Andrew Cuomo will be ringing the opening bell as cases of the corona viruses spike in places like sao Paulo and Rio a travel ban involving Brazil kickstand sooner than expected tonight instead of two days from now for everyone apart from Americans already very difficult country to kind of get in the now twelve but yet no no Brazilians are allowed to travel next because of the friendly disaster situation in the country ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell Brazil now has the second highest number of covert cases and deaths behind only the United States the World Health Organization is warning that a speedy end to the pandemic is unlikely W. H. O. epidemiologists Maria van Kirk ko says viral experts fear a second peak wave of covert even countries that have seen a decline in cases must remain ready the W. H. O. advising continued use of face masks and social distancing saying a rush to return to normal could speed a second wave of covert nineteen cases Andy field ABC news Washington negotiations under way in Washington on whether another big pandemic stimulus plan is needed or a Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants Congress should just hit pause on spending market futures up on hopes of a virus you're listening to ABC news stay connected stay informed the como morning news good morning it's six oh two we have some showers around the sound this morning it's fifty three in downtown Seattle right now Greg Marshall.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fifty two degrees in Boston at nine o'clock that evening on Dan Watkins here's what's happening if you bend food shopping recently you probably have noticed your grocery bill is a little higher than normal this is because of the corona virus we get the latest on the pandemic from ABC more outbreaks of covert nineteen and meat and poultry plants across the country means grocery prices are on the rise ABC's Matt Gutman in Los Angeles just meat egg prices are up sixteen percent milk snacks soft drinks are all up in fact grocery bills I've seen the single largest monthly spike in nearly fifty years and experts tell us these disruptions in the food supply chain are likely to stay with us even after Kobe passes through coronavirus cases arising in Latin America A. B. C.'s Ian Pannell says Brazil is the hardest hit control hospitals and morgues and our capacity even mass graves have been dug for the growing ranks of the dead this is Brazil's president Bolsonaro attended another massive anti lockdown rally Sunday first wearing a mask but later taking a toll greeting supporters at the White House is already banned travel from Brazil with the exception of American citizens who were returning to the US from that country Terry Alden or ABC news today was the day many Massachusetts businesses have been preparing for the state taking another step towards re opening Massachusetts now allowing retail stores to offer curbside service opening parks backup allowing hair salons to take appointments this says the number of cases and deaths continue to slow across the Commonwealth the latest numbers from the department of public health just under six hundred new cases reported this evening and forty four more deaths confirmed pushing the death toll for the state over sixty four hundred these numbers are a significant decline in the number of new cases and deaths now under governor Baker's phase one of re opening recreational pot shops were allowed to re open their doors WBZ Suzanne saws will reports on one shop in Attleboro that open Monday for the very first time big day busy day but super exciting super super popular finally here Derek Ross is the CEO of Nova farms.

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Coronavirus: US suspends travel from Brazil for foreigners

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: US suspends travel from Brazil for foreigners

"Through coronavirus cases arising in Latin America A. B. C.'s Ian Pannell says Brazil is the hardest hit control hospitals and morgues and our capacity even mass graves have been dug for the growing ranks of the dead this is Brazil's president Bolsonaro attended another massive anti lockdown rally Sunday a post wearing a mask but later taking a toll greeting supporters at the White House is already banned travel from Brazil with the exception of American citizens who were returning to the US from that

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"After last night's severe weather ABC's Jim Ryan in Dallas as a governor's dispatched emergency resources right now video from around Monterey county northwest of fort worth shows heavy damage to cars homes and businesses the result of a likely tornado that ripped through the area at about sunset besides the high winds heavy rain brought flooding and in one town residents were dodging hail stones the size of baseballs hot spot right now for Colbert nineteen Latin America we're being told or cases are surging in the region's two largest countries including Mexico and Brazil officials on both sides of the border fear that cases may be traveling between the regions increasing the dangers of the virus's spread A. B. C. senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell in Mexico City many people feel that that land borders completely close but that's not the case there's still traffic passing through one truck driver reporting this week there were no testers he entered America and travel is going home with seeing undocumented migrants being sent back Guatemala complaining that some of those who arrived this week what positive for covert nineteen seven forty eight here come off you're dreaming of a whole wine vacation officials say keep on dreaming here come the spring covered this week tells us paradise right now is off limits so you're ready to get away from being cooped up at home to cope with nineteen told why he wants you to know you're not welcome that measures that have been put in place I've been working people are not coming in today and visitors are canceling their trips for staying as Tim Saka Haro one of many Hawaiian government officials trying to discourage tourists there's been a ban in place since March and right now it's been extended until the end of June for all of the islands if you do make the trip you up to quarantine.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in intensive care with COVID-19

Jay Talking

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in intensive care with COVID-19

"Minister Boris Johnson remains hospitalized with coronavirus here's ABC's Ian Pannell Boris Johnson remains in intensive care for a second night in prison was fined the corona virus without its leader prince William tweeting that he hopes for a speedy recovery president trump saying Americans will pray for him Joseph full communications chief will Waldron spoke with his friend just last week telling ABC news Boris is a fighter he's a reluctant patient he doesn't wear all this very well the queen's sending

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"ian pannell" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on WTVN

"Range just south of Indianapolis in just south and west of Cincinnati this morning and it's slowly working its way our directions so what we'll start cloudy today but definitely rain into and through the day forty five degrees is where we talk about school stay cloudy with some showers overnight forty one so pretty mild the more the what's up tomorrow the high goes to fifty now gonna hang on to forties one more day Wednesday with more rain shower activity with forty five the highs and much much colder come Thursday forecast is powered by the basement doctor each thirty three right now coming up on Columbus this morning you up to speed on the corona virus this morning here's Ian Pannell South Korea declaring a code red the highest alert for infectious diseases with more than six hundred confirmed cases could be nineteen million people linked to a single church groups in the city of Daegu I know it's silly racing to contain the largest outbreak outside Asia a hundred and fifty confirmed cases and three deaths at least a dozen times in northern Italy now unlock them so keep an eye on that story moving forward posted sextillion ugly day on Wall Street can I see into it is going to buy credit karma will get you more on that coming up use can change in a blink of an eye get a complete refreshing amused at the top of the hour six ten tell one of the biggest issues for men over the age of fifty five is erectile dysfunction newly introduced European technology is now available it has been proven to be over eighty five percent successful in treating erectile dysfunction medical professional and top local doctor for erectile dysfunction doctor Ronald brown erectile dysfunction for men of all ages has become much more common in fact most men don't realize that ninety percent of erectile dysfunction is a direct result of broken down old blood vessels this causes a lack of blood flow which is critical in achieving an erection with our state of the art technology were able to read those blood.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"Validly selected membership at participating locations only commitment required annual fee and other restrictions may apply the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk gray skies in the forecast overnight and into tomorrow temperatures early Sunday down to the upper thirties and low forties with high temps for tomorrow in the mid to upper forties but you factor in the clouds wind as well as our scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms he got the idea is going to wind up feeling a little bit cooler we could be dealing with some of those downpours especially in the morning a few strikes of lightning from time to time and a lot of heavy mountain snow breezy to locally windy too I'm meteorologist Abby accounting the couple weather center it's going to stay in Nevada for Democrats and ABC's Alex stone in Las Vegas says the candidates are working to get out the vote at final campaign stops here in Nevada the Democrats are making one final push for support today a thousand people showing up for V. to judge a few hundred through some of the others Joe Biden among those pushing for last minute support talking about reports that Russia is trying to interfere with the election right we speak trying to affect the general election Democratic Party today there will be over two hundred fifty cocky sites set up around Nevada Alex stone ABC news Las Vegas the battle to contain the corona virus is not over experts are trying to contain outbreaks outside of China ABC news senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is in Seoul South Korea the Korean deputy health minister saying is isn't it a serious new face officials confirming pulled in four hundred cases authorities say eighty percent of them links to a single hospital and the single church down entire city and neighboring region and being in class a special management zone S. Korean authorities fight to contain the spread there's also been an outbreak in northern Italy today rising to more than twenty cases and in around again another outbreak with nineteen people affected five of them have died from ABC news tech trends Hey Alexa tell me about the Basil's earth fund this week Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he's planning to commit ten billion dollars of his own money to efforts that seek to combat climate change brand merchant senior editor at tech and science publication one zero says basis is responding to employee unrest they've been calling on him to reduce emissions to release a plan as to to reduce your carbon in the in the shipping sector and you know to believe they've been calling.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"Eastbound ninety two east Mercer way it's been cleared as well south of five bumper to bumper between north came all down to the ship canal bridge in south bound for five will be the lights going around new cast Kerr discountable traffic forecast from the eco roof weather desk gray skies in the forecast overnight and into tomorrow temperatures early Sunday down to the upper thirties and low forties with high temps for tomorrow in the mid to upper forties but you factor in the clouds wind as well as our scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms he got the idea it's going to wind up feeling a little bit cooler we could be dealing with some of those downpours especially in the morning a few strikes of lightning from time to time and a lot of heavy mountain snow breezy to locally windy too I'm meteorologist Abby accounting the couple weather center it's going to stay in Nevada for Democrats and ABC's Alex stone in Las Vegas says the candidates are working to get out the vote at final campaign stops here in Nevada the Democrats are making one final push for support today a thousand people showing up for V. to judge a few hundred three some of the others Joe Biden among those pushing for last minute support talking about reports that Russia is trying to interfere with the election right we speak trying to affect the general election Democratic Party today there will be over two hundred fifty cocky sites set up around Nevada Alex stone ABC news Las Vegas the battle to contain the corona virus is not over experts are trying to contain outbreaks outside of China ABC news senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is in Seoul South Korea the Korean deputy health minister saying is isn't it a serious new face officials confirming pulled in four hundred cases authorities say eighty percent of them links to a single hospital and the single judge down anti city and neighboring region and being in class a special management zone as Korean authorities fight to contain the spread there's also been an outbreak in northern Italy today rising to more than twenty cases and in around again another outbreak with nineteen people affected five of them have died from ABC news tech trends Hey Alexa tell me about the Basil's earth fund this week Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he's planning to commit ten billion dollars of his own money to efforts that seek to combat climate change brand merchant senior editor at tech and science publication one zero says basis is responding to employee unrest they've been calling on him to reduce emissions to release a plan as to to reduce your carbon in the in the shipping sector and notably they've been calling.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KOMO

"Jam packed between the five curve and through downtown Tacoma Curtis Calvin Coolidge after now your call no ego roof forecast we had a nice break from all the recent rain this week but this weekend it's back to reality cloudy with possible like showers today before heavy rains move in on Sunday highs will be in the forties today and drop into the thirties overnight rain and snow along the passes are expected on Sunday I'm Kelly Bly with your forecast from the como forecast team it's got this day in Nevada for Democrats and ABC's Alex stone in Las Vegas as the candidates are working to get out the vote at final campaign stops here in Nevada the Democrats are making one final push for support today a thousand people showing up for people who judge a few hundred for some of the others Joe Biden among those pushing for last minute support talking about reports that Russia is trying to interfere with the election right we speak trying to affect the general election Democratic Party today there will be over two hundred fifty cocky sites set up around Nevada Alex stone ABC news Las Vegas the battle to contain the corona virus is not over experts are trying to contain outbreaks outside of China ABC news senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is in Seoul South Korea the Korean deputy health minister saying it isn't it a serious new face officials confirming pulled in four hundred cases authorities saying eighty percent of them linked to a single hospital and this single church down anti city and neighboring region it bringing clad a special management zone S. Korean authorities fight to contain the spread there's also been an outbreak in northern Italy today rising to more than twenty cases and in around again another outbreak with nineteen people affected five of them have died from ABC news tech trends Hey Alexa tell me about the Basil's earth fund this week Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he's planning to commit ten billion dollars of his own money to efforts that seek to combat climate change brand merchant senior editor at tech and science publication one zero says basis is responding to employee unrest they've been calling on him to reduce emissions to release a plan as to to reduce your carbon in the in the shipping sector and you know doubly they've been calling.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"U. S. coronavirus patients in Japan aboard that quarantine cruise ship will not be able to come home once they're cleared at least not until they jump through a couple of hurdles ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is on site in Yokohama with the story U. S. embassy here in Japan singers contacted only American patients still in hospital here telling them they're going to have to test negative twice with a twenty four hour gap in between before they can even think about booking flights home

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Americans released from cruise ship can't return to U.S. yet

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Americans released from cruise ship can't return to U.S. yet

"U. S. coronavirus patients in Japan aboard that quarantine cruise ship will not be able to come home once they're cleared at least not until they jump through a couple of hurdles ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is on site in Yokohama with the story U. S. embassy here in Japan singers contacted only American patients still in hospital here telling them they're going to have to test negative twice with a twenty four hour gap in between before they can even think about booking flights home

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"ian pannell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good Wednesday morning I'm Jeff brown here's what's going on president trump is expected to address the nation later this morning following retaliatory airstrikes carried out by the Iranian government targeting US troops set to air bases in Iraq in his national address the supreme leader of Iran says the retaliation is now over in a late night tweet the president telling Americans all is well more than two dozen ballistic missiles hit their targets A. B. C.'s Ian Pannell says so far no word on any American casualty Iranian state TV describing the tax as a revenge operation to the U. S. drone strike that killed general Qassem Soleimani the top Iranian military leader blamed for the deaths of hundreds of Americans considered by some in the U. S. administration to be an immediate threat an Iranian official posting a tweet of the Iranian flag mimicking president trump who treated the American flag directly after killing so the money CBS news military analyst retired US army major my client says early indications suggest this is a measured if not a symbolic response the proof may lie in the trump administration's thought process I think that it's going to give this administration some pause if there was no real battle damage that took place here I think that it possibly can begin an offramp to try to figure out a way to get the both sides to talk through intermediary and response comes from the Massachusetts congressional delegation congressman Joe Kennedy on WBZ's night side with Dan ray the question is does the action initiated by this administration lead to a safer more secure environment for our troops our allies are interested in the region we have gotten no explanation the American public has received no explanation from the president from the senior leadership advisors as to what that thought process or plan was a pencil in Iran overnight a deadly crash of another Boeing jetliner this time it's a Ukrainian flight from Tehran and crashes in a field shortly after take off all one hundred seventy six passengers and crew on board dead authorities say it appears to be a mechanical issue with the aircraft the latest in a string of deadly crashes for Boeing this particular aircraft not part of the grounded Max fleet will calling the housing crisis in Boston the biggest economic challenge people face in the city today mayor Marty Walsh stepped up to the plate rents and home prices.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On the president's next move this is a special edition of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly news ninety six point five W. TVO the country says its missile attacks last night was retaliation for the assassination of Iran's top general what appears right now those missiles didn't cause any significant casualties of reporter Ian Pannell starting our team coverage there will be an assessment of the damage that and the big questions about the targets these were not too obvious targets especially up in bill these are to come in remote places if you wanted to cause a lot of damage and more importantly if you wanted to inflict a large number of casualties these weren't the two obvious signs to do all eyes are now on president trump and what his next move will be president gathered around him his top national security team top military commanders vice president pants he was also calling other world leaders including the American Qatar Qatar sometimes a go between between Iran and the west but at the end of the night held fire this is a president who's been threatening massive escalation if they retaliate for the killing of custom so the many and nothing really at the end of the day coming up breaking news overnight after Ukrainian passenger jet crashes in Tehran will have the details next on windows morning news news ninety six point five Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic it online I would this news meteorologist Brian shield ties today in the upper sixties coming up for tracking a much warmer weekend on the way in overnight construction I all has two right lanes blocked at Torrance news ninety six point five W. D. V. morning it's now five thirty to your listing Orlando's morning.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Grounded bowling forced out chief exec Dennis Mullen Burke the trouble aircraft grounded after two deadly crashes I was in a meeting with Dennis mon for about a week and a half ago and he was intent on staying until the seven thirty seven Max was back in the air but the board of directors had a different decision Sunday night and decided to fire the CEO and take the chairman and make him the CEO and as of Monday he was already calling the head of the FAA and the airlines trying to reset the relationships between the regulators and the stake holders A. B. C.'s David curly Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's not ruling out witnesses in impeach president trump's trial he told fox news he wants rule similar to the Clinton impeachment which a few witnesses were called after both sides presented their cases separately the house Judiciary Committee filed a court document raising the possibility of additional articles of impeachment against the president if any new evidence comes to light and attorney said the house Judiciary Committee could consider whether to recommend new articles of impeachment the filing is part of an ongoing court fight over the testimony of former White House counsel don McGann house lawyer called against testimony urgent and central to the judiciary committee's ongoing inquiry into the president's obstructive conduct ABC's Erin to Turkey Saudi Arabia sentence five individuals to death in the murder of Washington post columnist in Saudi royal family critic Jamal Stricker shogi the post publishers calling the trial a sham human rights groups call it a mockery and a white wash this out is in the trump administration which is largely stood by them unlikely to hope this ends the effect but it risks do the opposite with so many questions left unanswered about what really happened ABC's Ian Pannell crown prince Mohammed bin Solomon is denying the CIA's determination that but the show he hit was likely carried out on his orders you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one AFP K. Cambodian American man paroled by governor Newsome is now in the hands of a nice **** told walked out of San Quentin prison Monday and was instantly turned over to federal agents for possible deportation he spent twenty two years in prison for killing a rival gang member presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders says he has over three hundred indoors mints from California he released a list including mayors town supervisor's professors and city council members he also listed several environmental civil rights end LGBTQ groups the list builds on eighty six earlier state endorsements from union groups.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Against Asian Americans students for fair admissions say they will appeal the decision the heads of three congressional committee is participating in the house impeachment inquiry are slamming secretary of state Mike Pompeii for stonewalling the investigation Pompeii has objected to the committee's efforts to obtain depositions from five current and former state department staffers as part of the impeachment inquiry he calls it a bullying tactic that brought a sharp rebuke from the chairs of the house foreign affairs intelligence an oversight committees they say not only is the secretary of state a witness to the inquiry if you listen in on the call between presidents trump insulin ski his comments could be seen as intimidating witnesses not to testify and therefore could be considered obstruction bill right top CBS news Capitol Hill meanwhile president trump escalates his rhetoric against the impeachment investigation tweeting the inquiry is not really an impeachment but a cool intended to take away the power of the people yes it has happened again this time in Phoenix a child found dead in a hot car here's ABC's Alex stone the four month old child was found in a van in a Phoenix parking lot on a day when temperatures were in the nineties firefighters say when they arrived on scene the child could not be resuscitated and was pronounced dead that van reportedly belongs to a school district employee parked at a. district office it's unclear right now how long the child was in that car before firefighters arrived on scene but they believe the child had been dead for a while in the van Hong Kong's police commissioner defends an officer's use of live ammunition during today's anti government protests saying the officer was under attack and his life was threatened the teenage protester was shot in the chest no word on the condition ABC's Ian Pannell tells us Hong Kong has reached the boiling point.

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"ian pannell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ian pannell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Leader of Ukraine in that letter the whistle blowers lawyers say fifty thousand dollars in bounties are being offered for information on their client's identity president trump says he deserves to meet with the whistle blower who has agreed to testify before the house intelligence committee here's ABC's David Wright Congress is now in the middle of a two week recess but the investigative committees continue their work this week they expect to hear from the former ambassador to Ukraine from the former special envoy to Ukraine the guy who resigned just a couple of days ago and they hope to hear from the inspector general for the director of national intelligence he's the guy that escalated the whistle blower complaint calling a credible saying it was a virgin concern that testimony will take place behind closed doors with the seventieth anniversary of communist rule in China coming up tomorrow there are worries about more violent protests in Hong Kong ABC's Ian Pannell says police have clashed with big crowd there were tens of thousands of them police opened fire with tear gas the protesters responded with chunks of rock that they generate up from the sidewalk also throwing these homemade gasoline bombs he's Molotov cocktails over a police testimony in Texas resuming today in the murder trial of a former Dallas police officer the star witness for the defense has been defended timbre Geiger herself who tearfully explained that she mistakenly believe that she walked into her own apartment which he found both from John standing inside her wanted to get on Saturday Texas Rangers investigator David Armstrong testified about high stress situations you may have vision narrowing or tunnel vision to explain how Geiger might have missed visual clues that she was not in her apartment Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas hot overnight three of the four prisoners who escaped from a county jail in Ohio they were picked up in North Carolina you're listening to ABC.

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"Of his career ABC's Ian Pannell social media executives are on Capitol Hill heads of Facebook Google and Twitter at a Senate hearing on mass violence an online extremism you're listening to ABC news. and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Byrne idea ten oh two with your top local stories a bill that would remake the gig economy is now sitting on governor Gavin Newsom's desk Newsome has signaled he will sign the bill but Sacramento state finance professor Sonjay larceny says a Goober is making a case it will not comply and would not have to comply if the bill becomes law both sides are trying out you know what they think is is made may it may actually be the solution authored by assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez AB five would force companies like uber to reclassify independent contractors as employees uber lift and door dash you're spending ninety million dollars to take the issue to voters on the twenty twenty ballot the Catholic Church is ready to settle claims with victims of sexual abuse victims in Sacramento and five other diocese can now file to have their claim settled with the church rather than taking legal action the diocese of Sacramento Fresno Los Angeles orange and San Bernardino and San Diego are all part of the program the payouts are settlements and victims who agreed to the settlements would not be able to sue and the San Francisco forty Niners are no longer in charge of managing Levi stadium the Santa Clara stadium authority on Tuesday opted to end an agreement that allowed the Niners to run the arena for non football events stadium authority officials say the agreement ended for several reasons including allegations that the team booked events that lost millions of dollars and failed to pay prevailing wages. traffic.

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"Lose road opens days earlier than expected forget or traffic and weather in four minutes but first we check in with A. B. C. news at six o'clock. from ABC news. I'm hearing test in Iran now says he will strike back immediately if the U. S. targets Iran over the weekend attack on that Saudi oil facility ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz later today the Saudis are holding a press conference to try to prove that those missiles and those drones came from a Ron what is clear is that if Iran is proven to be behind the attack the pressure will be on president trump to do something about American officials have already blamed Iran for the attack the White House is set to try to stop California from selling its own auto emissions rules president trump is in California today as his administration is poised to revoke that state's authority to set its own auto emissions that are stricter than the national level California governor Gavin Newsom said this move would have devastating consequences for kids health and air quality California's Attorney General has already said file a lawsuit maybe she's Karen Travers at the White House in the Israeli elections what we're looking at is a potential earthquake in Israeli politics Benjamin Netanyahu's Israel's longest serving prime minister and the dominant political figure these generation but this morning one of president trump's closest allies is now facing the gravest political danger of his career ABC's Ian Pannell ninety percent of the votes are counted and the top two political parties are deadlocked the fed is set to talk interest rates today here's ABC's Terry Alden or inflation's creeping up and the job market is starting to slow down although hiring is still pretty steady those are two things the federal reserve's open markets committee has been watching closely they factored into the central bank's decision to cut interest rates earlier this year their two reasons of it is expected to cut rates again when they wrapped up their meeting later today slow progress reported in the talks to end the strike by a U. A. W. at GM more than forty nine thousand walked off the job on Monday construction workers hard at work at a lot of new homes commerce department says home construction jumped over twelve percent last month you're listening to ABC.

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