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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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01:52 min | 4 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Order released Monday, covering attendance mask and contact tracing as relates to the Corona virus. Lin Sutton, with the department says guidance is essential to staying ahead of this pandemic. People need to know what is needed what they have to do in order to protect themselves from Kobe, 19 and order, protect others. And making sure that people understand the importance of masks and social distancing are those key things that we know work. We know that they brought down their numbers of cases and we know that Kobe 19 is still here to stay, so we do need to continue with these important protection. She says that the new orders are very similar to Mondays Mondays, but Just Mork Leer. They reinforce similar orders from the governor governor that were struck down by the state Supreme Court last Friday. Meanwhile, W W. James John Hewitt reports the city of Detroit is issuing its own health orders. Help stop the spread with the governor's executive order powers effectively struck down by the state High courts. 4 to 3 ruling the city of Detroit is now issuing its own covert 19 health guidelines. Under the authority of the city's public Health department. The Health Department has just been inundated. With questions from Restaurant's business as people who want to put on weddings citizens. Bus drivers who want nothing keep people from boarding The bus without mass has been a great deal. Of confusion there. Mike Duggan. They're saying trying to clear up that confusion. The city now through the authority of the Public Health Code of 1978, he says, has the authority to continue with the governor's executive orders when it comes to masking up and social distancing, moving forward. And he says, that's exactly what they're going to do. John Hewett, wwj NewsRadio 9 15. W W. J News time for time for traffic.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Today, issuing a new order clarifying in order released on Monday, covering attendance masks in contact, tracing when something with the State Health Department says guidance is essential testing ahead of the pandemic. People need to know what is needed what they have to do. In order to protect themselves from Kobe, 19 and or deflect others and making sure that people understand the importance of masks and social distancing are the key things that we know work. We know that they brought down their numbers of cases. And we know that Corbett 19 is still here to stay, so we do need to continue with these important protection. So you went on to say that today's orders are very similar to Monday's just more clear. They reinforced similar orders from the governor that were struck down by the state Supreme Court last Friday. Meanwhile, W W. James John Hewitt reports of the city of Detroit is issuing its own health orders to stop the spread with the governor's executive order powers effectively struck down by the state High courts. 4 to 3 ruling The city of Detroit is now issuing its own covert 19 health guidelines. Under the authority of the city's public Health department. The Health Department has just been inundated. With questions from Restaurant's business as people who want to put on weddings citizens a bus drivers who want nothing keep people from boarding The bus without mass has been a great deal. Of confusion there. Mike Duggan. They're saying trying to clear up that confusion. The city now through the authority of the Public Health Code of 1978, he says, has the authority to continue with the governor's executive orders when it comes to masking up and social distancing, moving forward. And he says, that's exactly what they're going to do. John Hewett, wwj NewsRadio 9 50. What about the Corona virus itself? The number of people going to the hospital for treatment for covert 19. It's rising. Figures from the State Health Department say there were 1095 new confirmed cases of the virus today with seven additional deaths. Michigan has had more than 133,000 confirmed cases and 6876 deaths connected to the virus since mid March, just over 900 are currently hospitalized. That's up by about 100 over the past couple of days. However, there are nearly 22,000 hospital beds in the state. Six men connected with a right wing militia were charged with trying to carry out a plan to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer. Attorney general Dana Nessel joined CBS this morning to talk about the case. And she says Widmer was kept informed of the plan. We've been consistently updating the governor as events occurred over the course of the last couple months, so she was aware of things that were happening at times. She and her family had been moved around as a result of activities that you know. Law enforcement was aware of. Nestle says state and federal agents moved in this week because they were concerned that the plot was moving towards action. The six suspects will face a judge Tuesday in Grand Rapids. Meanwhile, two of the men arrested yesterday were seen in a viral photo back in April of armed protesters inside the state Capitol chamber, which sparked a conversation over banning firearms at the Capitol State Senator Dana Pole Hanky took that photo and she says there are two entities that could institute a ban. One is the Michigan Capital Commission, the other entity who can pass my bill. And make it law is the Senate majority leader and House speaker. Those two gentlemen, the ball is in their court. Unfortunately, based on statements they made yesterday it doesn't look like They're interested in that Senate Majority leader Mike Shirky says he's having further conversations with capital commissioners about Ah, potential gun ban You heard it. First on W. W. J A driver.

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'They're domestic terrorists': Michigan governor objects to calling men charged in kidnapping plot 'militias'

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00:13 sec | 4 months ago

'They're domestic terrorists': Michigan governor objects to calling men charged in kidnapping plot 'militias'

"Have reached out to her to share stories of extremism in their states that were says that she was tired. Ated by domestic terrorists in a kidnapping plot that was foiled by federal agents will have more coming up with WW James John Hewitt

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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02:25 min | 5 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fights everything in a red and blue blue states. Red States Democratic Senate Republican cities. I think that explains why One day before he had 200,000 best. The president held a campaign rally assistant that the virus code affects virtually nobody. The first presidential debate between Biden and Trump is set for Tuesday. Meantime, the Michigan Republican Party is suing straight overturn a decision. Let's Michigan, Michigan count certain absentee ballots up to 14 days after the November 3rd election. The state of National GOP say existing laws should be honored. Michigan usually cuts off absentee ballot when polls close on election Day, but a judge is concerned about chronic male delays because of Covad. Judge Cynthia Stevens, last week's at belts postmarked by November, 2nd can be counted if received within 14 days of the election. The GOP is also challenging another part of Steven's order, which allows someone to return another voters. Absentee ballot close to the election. Michigan reports more than 900 confirmed Corona virus cases this afternoon with four new deaths While the number are all the numbers are higher than we've previously seen, the death rate is slowly decreasing. Now sitting at 5.6% 11 deaths in the past few months have been linked to the disease in total mission has lost more than 6700. Meanwhile, more than 95,000 Michiganders have recovered from Cove in 19. Some of the last remaining closed. Businesses are getting the green light to be opened from the governor. WW James John Hewitt reports on to new executive orders signed by Whitmer After more than six months on the sidelines, the governor's green light for movie theaters, bowling alleys and other indoor venues starting in two weeks on October 9th. Is being met. No surprise as welcome news, Paul glance co founder and chairman of Imagine, Entertainment, says it's all about looking forward to putting a single word. I'm ecstatic. I'm just thrilled that we're going to be reopening. We have persevered and demonstrated that a lot of resilience to go almost seven months by the time he gets October, 9th Without any revenue, But it's a real testament to upto our team that we've had the staying power and we're gonna live to play masts are required, and occupancy will be limited to start to 20% of fixed seating capacity. In a separate executive order signed by the governor Friday..

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

06:45 min | 6 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"11 31. It's an update to a story we continue to follow this evening. Michigan State police investigating the possible freeway Hugh Ting. Which allegedly occurred along westbound. I 94 near eight mile with a red car fleeing the area. Detectives responded to the intersection there of Ross Common and Peerless and Harper Woods. That's where witnesses saw male driver exit a red car and then run from the scene, leaving the passenger That passengers suffered one gunshot wound. It was taken to a local hospital. Last listed in serious condition. The male driver is in custody. One firearm was recovered and two different caliber shell casings were found. MSP say a second unknown vehicle was involved in this shooting. But the motive is unknown at the time, Ah life and death betrayal of the American people. That's how former Vice President Joe Biden reacted to reports of the president's comments in Bob Woodward's new book. W. W. James John Hewitt has Mohr on what Biden said during the campaign stop in Warren during his invitation only visit to you a doubly region one headquarters in Warren, former vice President Joe Biden opened with a blistering attack of President Donald Trump. Saying the president intentionally downplayed the severity of the Corona virus back in February, leading to a greater loss of life. He lied to the American people. He knowingly and willingly lied about threat opposed to the country for a month. You had the information. He knew how dangerous it wass. While there's deadly disease ripped through our nation, he failed to do his job on purpose. Biden claiming if the president had acted just two weeks sooner, encouraging greater use of masks and social distancing Over 50,000 additional lives could have been saved. John Hewett, wwj NewsRadio 9 50. Meanwhile, Biden isn't the only presidential candidate in Michigan this week. President Trump is set to hold a rally tomorrow in Saginaw. Local members of the GOP say they are ready to and ready for his arrival. Outlining that he's the right way to go come November. Livingston County share of Mike Murphy says Mr Trump's relationship with law enforcement. Is worth noting for voters. So I've been in the business for 32 years, and I don't recall a president that has been more supportive of law enforcement. But as our president is so eloquent at doing he can call us out when we Ah, when we step in it, too, and I love the fact that he's able to do that. Balance that we'll have live coverage of the president's speech tomorrow night at seven o'clock. Expect to see some mail from Michigan Secretary of State Soon Pulse cards informing people How to apply to vote from home are being sent to millions of registered act of voters who have not requested an absentee ballot for the November election. Yet letters will also be mailed to people who are eligible, but are not registered to vote in Michigan. Voters, registrations and absentee ballot requests can be submitted online at Michigan dot gov slash vote. Senate Mint Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the GOP targeted skinny Corona virus relief bill won't pass in the Senate, insisting that it misses the mark. It is impossible to look at the new GOP proposal was a serious effort to passing a law. It is impossible. Look at this GOP proposal. And not Wonder. You are Republican friends see the damage in America. Democrats on Capitol he'll want a larger bill with more money for states and local governments, more jobless benefits and aid for renters and homeowners. It's also unclear whether all Republican senators will vote. For this legislation. W W J News time. 11 35 the latest Corona virus numbers just out from the state Health Department. 783 new confirmed cases announced this afternoon along with 13 new deaths. That puts the confirmed cases over 108,000 and 6500 are dead and 80,000 have recovered. There are more than 400 confirmed Colvin 19 patients hospitalized around the state. The percent positive remains above 3%. And the chair of a committee looking into the cove in 19 pandemic in Michigan, still wants to interview more people involved with the nursing home situation in which more than 2000 nursing home residents died from Cove in 19. Senator at McBroom says officials believe they needed to act quickly and an executive order by the governor force nursing homes to accept residents with covert 19. I was still Walk away, believing that the best of intentions were there from the department and from others to try to protect the maximum amount of population. But On the situation never got as bad as could have been, and therefore the choices that we made weren't necessarily the best choices that we could have made. McBroom says it has been difficult to get testimony from caregivers and the Nursing Home Association. Cases of a disease and horses is outpacing 2019. State officials are confirming five additional cases of Eastern equine encephalitis. They were reported over the holiday weekend. Those officials are also urging horse owners to vaccinate their animals. Triple E is one of the most dangerous mosquito borne diseases in the United States that can affect both animals and humans. It was in 2019, Michigan, experienced one of its worst outbreaks of Tripoli ever documented with 10 human cases and 50 cases in animals. Jason Scott W W. J. NEWSRADIO 9 50 Wildfires are raging through Western states, including dozens in California, with a bobcat fires throwing a layer of smoke over the Los Angeles area. Monrovia, California resident Pastora Sanchez says she keeps personal items in a backpack in case she has to leave her home. But we basically have a backpack with personal things and anything that we can think off that we may need in case we have to evacuate. Of the National Weather Service says critical fire weather conditions continue today, but wins will diminish by tomorrow. Coming up next A Con counties former prosecutor has pleaded guilty to federal charges. I'm Sandra McNeil, 11 38 is our time, traffic.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In Waterford that's on caste Lake. He says. Demand is just sky high rentals are full today. Therefore, tomorrow they're full on Sunday and Monday. Our marina is full. I will expect the whole weekend to be just pack. And you know the nice thing about our industry. And what When I say pack the beauty is world side, so we're able to socially distance and were able to get you know, everybody goes in their own separate way away from the you know the other boaters. Yeah, Chris is talking to W. W. James John Hewitt, he says. By the middle of June, things were just crazy with new sales of boats. And with the boating. You want good weather, right? So we turned to M live Meteorologist. Mark Tour grows up, he says most of the rain for this weekend should stay self up north. It's a little bit drier of a weather pattern, because the Sunday and Sunday Night blob of rain if you will. Highly scientific will move across about the southern half Lord Michigan so it could miss Travers City. It probably will Miss Mackinaw Island, the northern parts of lower Michigan and the U. P. And he says, If you're driving back home from up north on Monday, you could see a little bit of rain, especially in the late afternoon. And if you are on the road, a little bit of a treat at the pump for a gallon of unleaded gas on average across the nation, it's going to cost you about $2.22. Patrick DeHaan of Gasbuddy, he says Americans air saving right now certainly will be sizeable enough, but not necessarily enticing enough for motorists to hit the road. We're still expecting a big drop in travelers on the road this Labor day versus last year. Of course, a lot of that, due to restrictions that still exists state to stay here in Michigan, Tripoli tells US drivers they're going to pay an average of $2.15 per gallon. More on the economy. Now it looks like consumers are behind the latest hiring spree, Consumers were helping to push hiring and electronics and appliance stores, Auto parts stores dealerships. And general merchandise stores to they sold the bulk of last month's hiring close behind leisure and hospitality businesses. They gained 174,000 workers nationwide over 100,000 people found jobs as temporary workers healthcare added. 75,000 jobs in manufacturing gained 29,000 workers, however, manufacturing employment is still down more than 700,000, compared to where it was. Back in February. Murray Feltman w W. J. NewsRadio 9 52 CAMPAIGN 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden blasting President Trump today over reports accusing him of belittling members of the US military. But the president is calling those reports fake. The Trump campaign has put out statements from administration officials who also deny the report. Meanwhile, the president is touting Friday's jobs report. You're going to see tremendous growth in the very near future. The unemployment rate has fallen below 10% for the first time since March, but the nearly 1.4 million jobs added in August. Is less than the previous two months, Donald Trump may be the only president in modern history. Leave office and fewer jobs than when he took office. The former vice president says the president must get a handle on the Corona virus pandemic before the economy, Khun Bounce back. The president continues to tout progress on vaccine development and therapeutics. Debra al Verone CBS News, The White House, meantime, when hearing of alleged comments made by the president regarding service members who died in war Local Democratic congresswoman Elissa Slotkin of former intelligence analyst for the CIA, calling those comments a punch to the gut the idea that the commander in chief would disparage Our uniform military just like hits me in the gut. I deeply deeply hope that it's it's incorrect, and I think it's the responsibility of the.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"11 31 4 cell field. Firefighters and paramedics involved in the case of a woman who was declared dead but then found to be alive have been placed on leave. W W. James John Hewitt live and local with the very latest, John Brooke, Unique and unsettling is how Southfield fire chief Johnny Men if he describes the sequence of events from back on Sunday morning, when 20 year old timey Chabot champ was declared deceased by paramedics who responded to her Southfield home on Ly to be found alive. My operators of a local funeral home where she was transported, they check their vital signs on three separate occasions. Each time. Miss Bow champ didn't show any signs of life. At each intersection with medical science are paramedics in the patient. Show no signs of life. But chief Menifee did acknowledge family members on scene that day, thought that to Misha was breathing and contacted fire personnel on scene who were at the home who came back and checked her again. He says this incident being investigated by Oakland County's medical control team. The chief also addressed what he called erroneous statements made by attorney Geoffrey Feiger, who represents both champ namely that she was placed according to Feiger alive in a body bag, something the chief says. Is absolutely untrue. Reporting live. John W. W E. J NEWS radio 9 50, a Michigan State police trooper, help save a man who is driving on four flat tires for 100 miles in northern Michigan. 27 year old Trooper Tyler Baker of the Cadillac Post was called out on the man driving on us 1 31 on four flat tires near Mattan. Got behind them attempted to stop.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Staying away completely. WW. James John Hewitt has more. There may not be as many cars cruising Woodward or people interspersed along the avenue in lawn chairs, but they're still out here. Just the same. Like Mike Abraham, who made the ride in this weekend from Chicago this year. Totally different, something that We can't control but at least we can control ourselves. Keep our distances and still enjoy what you know, gives us That that excitement Jerry Ogden and her husband, Jim made the ride into Michigan all the way from South Carolina. It's a shame really is things have happened this way, But you know we're here. This would have been the 26th annual Dream Cruise and although 2020 will go down as an asterisk in the record books In many ways, everyday car enthusiasts are making sure the tradition continues. John Hewett WWJ a news Radio, 9 50 I will soon be a new place to buy furniture and Macomb County loves furniture and mattresses, unveiled a new sign that Lakeside Mall this afternoon. There's no word on when the store will open, the company expected to open the multiple storefront across much of Detroit in the coming months. Loves furniture executives announced in May they had acquired the inventory in assets of 17 Former Art van stores. How not to promote voting by mail. This is Dave Ross on the CBS News radio network presented by capital one bank, Democratic leaning groups of pushing to get more states to vote by mail. But the campaign could backfire. For example, in Virginia. 500,000 applications for absentee ballots were mailed out, not by state election officials. They came from a nonprofit group in Washington, D. C. That wanted to make it super easy to get an absentee ballots, so they sent ballot applications with the registration information already filled in Trouble is many of the return envelopes have the wrong address. But even more embarrassing, gave fresh ammo to a fellow who thinks this mail and stuff is all a fraud. 500,000 applications. Four ballots got sent. Two dogs got sent to dead people. They said that we made a mistake. I'm sorry, 500,000 Tony ballot applications while they were actually phony, but let's face it, private groups mailing out ballot applications. Has a certain odor to it. If you want to help voters get absentee ballots wanted just direct them to the state website yet to your name, birthday county last four digits of your social security number and then right before you click send, you have to check a box, which says that if you lie as in, you're actually dead or a dog, you'll be prosecuted for computer fraud. Gets the job done and smells so much better. Dave Ross on the CBS News Radio network. Brought to you by Capital one capital One's banking app lets you manage your money.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of health reporter Dr Diana Lights with Mohr. Many things have changed regarding covert 19 in the past five months from symptoms and testing to treatments and lingering health effects. Doctor Betty choose the chief quality officer for Henry Ford Health System were able to very effectively manage the number of Cove. It's in patients that we have and successfully direct care of. Patients in habla Torrey Side who are seeking care to our ambulatory clinics are requiring testing, but I think there's a problem for the door me that we're all money to make sure that we prepare for a potential surge this fall. Some of that preparation includes stockpiling enough personal protective equipment. The hospital is also preparing to administer flu shots. In an effort to minimize complications and hospitalizations from that illness Come the fall from the Delta Dental Health Desk. Dr Deanna Lights WDBJ News Radio 9 15 and there are reports now that the presidents of the Big 10 universities have voted to cancel the fall football season. Included in those who voted against playing as Michigan and Michigan State doubled up James John Hewitt with reaction here on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor. Reports that the Big 10 has voted to cancel the 2020 college football season is being met with disappointment but not surprise being. Schaeffer, a recent graduate, agrees with the decision and socks. Bye. I also think it's necessary actually take that's whatyou're everything going on? I mean, affects more than just the players. Chloe, hypes at University employee also believes the.

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02:00 min | 7 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Be specific. That's along with three new death. Though two of those were discovered in a review of death records, there have been 86,889 positive cases. Sense of the pandemic began in Michigan. Back in March. A state official involved in a Corona virus Contact tracing contract that the governor canceled, refused to be interviewed by auditors who investigated on July 31st letter released by representative Alan and Bolin shows that Andrea Taverna instead referred auditors questions to our attorney. Taverna is a senior adviser to the Department of Health and Human Services. Bolin sought the inquiry into the handling of the contract. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nestles office also investigating how the state awarded the contract to a Democratic political firmed up contact and warn people who were potentially exposed to covert 19. Well work on another round of federal stimulus money continues. Or maybe not. Local education leaders are leveling some criticism against state lawmakers, whom they say have not done enough to provide budget clarity ahead of the new school year. W. W. James John Hewitt has details with only a few weeks to go before the start of the new school year in whatever form that takes. Local school leaders meeting with immediately assume, say state lawmakers and the governor need to doom or to provide them with some form of budget clarity when it comes to expected state funding. Dr Robert, senior superintendent of the Rochester Community School, says that's not even counting money spent in response to the Corona virus. At this point, we've spent about $5.5 million added cost too cold and in climbing. That doesn't necessarily include all of our wages or employees that have been pitch again with our task force is all the added work that they've been doing. We're up to the challenge, but it's way are also in desperate need of support. Lansing in Washington, DC Federal lawmakers remain at work this week trying to draft a new Corona virus relief package..

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:11 min | 7 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"We'll have that story coming up. Also another option for parents who don't want to send their kids to the classroom this fall. I'm Dan Jenkins and all of the story and governor Wittmer has reportedly met with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will have more on that coming up. Good evening. I'm Zach Clark for W W. J News Radio 9 50 also coming up this half hour Sports at 9 45 Tigers keep those bats hot out in Pittsburgh will take a look at your money with Bloomberg of Business reported 9 55 66 degrees, The forecasted lo should be a pretty pleasant evening. 72 degrees right now. W W J News time just ahead of seven Make that 9 32 Of course, no time machines here. Governor mentioned. Widmore has extended Michigan's Corona virus emergency through September 4th, enabling her to keep in place restrictions that are related to Cove in 19 since nearly two months ago, the seven day statewide average is up sixfold to about 700. The rate of positive tests also has traded higher since early June. After negotiations over anew Corona virus Relief package collapsed in Congress President Trump signed executive measures at his New Jersey Golf Club today in an effort to bypass Democratic lawmakers. CBS is Michael George reports. His actions are designed to defer evictions, payroll taxes and student loan payments and extend enhanced unemployment benefits at $400 a week. Democrats are seeking to extend the $600 a week that expired over a week ago. The Democrats dismissed Trump's orders is falling short of what people need in the face of the pandemic and economic crisis. His presidential rival, Joe Biden, accusing Trump of putting Social Security at risk with quote, half baked measures. Back to school plans. They're being finalized by local district There was a growing concern among administrators as to how they can plan for a pandemic while still not knowing what state and federal funding they can count on. WW James John Hewitt has more as federal lawmakers continue to work on another covert 19 stimulus package that should include education funding. Local school leaders are also calling out what they say has been a lack of budgetary clarity. From state lawmakers as well when it comes to funding for schools looking to adapt and adjust this fall. Bob McCann is executive director for the Try County Alliance for Public Education. Our district are being forced to move forward with Little denote guidance and certainly no funding, certainly coming from Lansing, but the first day of classes only a few weeks away. It's clear of this point. Unfortunately, that our Legislature has failed in this effort to help schools reopen McCann's comments coming during a zoom meeting of local education leaders, in addition to the states, projected budget shortfall, he says school statewide are facing over a $1,000,000,000 in new costs. To reopen, providing PP for students and staff. John Hewett WWJ NewsRadio, 9 50 It's an option for parents who don't want to send their kids to the classroom this fall. The details from WW Jay's Dan Jenkins registration now open for families interested in a full virtual academy offered through Utica Community schools. It's a completely online option for families who may have medically frail students. Or seeking a full virtual option for their kids this fall..

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

07:21 min | 7 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Released in the blast, telling all to stay indoors, the source of the catastrophe explosive material seized years ago and stored at the port, according to the Lebanese government, But what sparked it is yet unknown. Federal officials confirm to CBS News that Corona virus cases in the U. S, declined to 9% in the past week. While deaths increased 24%. But that's not stopping students returning to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, WCNC TVs crystal Price was There has been a busy day here at UNC at Chapel Hill, where students have been moving in the dorms all day long. So while some students still have some concerns about moving back in, for the most part, students here tell me they feel safe. Coming back. Federal health officials are warning this year might see another resurgence of the polio like disease reporter Sabina Sabrina Cupid has detail since the mysterious illness first showed up in 2014. CDC Chief Robert Redfield says there seems to be an outbreak every two years of a FM. And that means 2020 could see one acute placid myelitis or a FM is a neurological disease that's rare, but very serious. More than 90% of the cases have been in young Children. Pediatricians are urged to suspect a FM and patients with sudden limb weakness, especially from August through November. He's not just an actor. This is a corrupt organization that has been rotting from the inside out for decades now, and you know it. Dwayne the Rock. Johnson is now part owner of the XFL. He and a business partner bought the bankrupt pro football leagues parent company for $15 million. This is CBS News. Quoting home insurance just got easier with progressives. Home Quote, Explorer quote and buy online and progressive dot com Live and local Detroit's number one news station. Use radio 9 50 U W J Good Evening. Thanks so much for joining us on your Tuesday It is August the 4th 2020 I'm Stephanie Davis for WWJ. NewsRadio, 9 50 Some beautiful weather on San for the next several days, will not a sunshine high temperatures, mostly in seventies, but it will start to warm up as we head towards the weekend. The complete Activate the forecast just coming up. All right. Thank you. Brian Thompson. Current temperature in the city at 66 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. I'll update traffic and weather together in just a bit here at 11 08 W W. J NEWS TIME. 11 03 We're watching election results across metro Detroit this evening, including some hotly contested races in Oakland County. W. W. James John Hewitt is live and local with Mohr on the races there, John. We're up to 55% of precincts reporting with these latest numbers tonight, Stephanie, starting with the county executive race on the Democratic side. Dave Coulter in front of Andi Meisner, holding onto a 53% to 47% lead again 71,000 plus votes for colder. Currently Meisner 64,000 and this is again with 55% in culture, also leading by roughly the same margin in the term ending race as well, formerly a term ending race as well as a next term race, two of them On the ballot tonight for Coulter and Maester to see who would fill out L. Brooks Patterson's term on the Republican side. Senate Majority Leader My Colwell in front by roughly 3 to 1 margin over Troy based attorney Jeffrey Nut. Prosecutors race the Democratsside again, drawing the attention tonight, 55% of the count in Karen McDonald out in front, roughly 2 to 1 over current prosecutor Jessica Cooper. The former Oakland County Circuit Court. Judge MacDonald has been holding that lead from the get Go Tonight, Lynn gets a attorney from Lake Orient, running unopposed on the Republican side and in the race for sheriff, of course, Mike Bouchard, running unopposed on the Republican side has four terms looking for five is sheriff on the Democratic Side. Three challengers. Former state legislator venting Gregory remains in front of Former police officer Barnett Jones, 44% to 38% tonight with Randy Maloney, a distant third other news and notes from across the county. Stephanie Police Fire villages All fared well tonight, winning big and groveling Township, Independence Township, Oak Park and Orient Township in Auburn Hills, a public roads village past tonight. And school military is in South Lyon, Waterford Township and Bloomfield Hills are all leading but not finalised. Faras The count tonight reporting live in Oakland County. John Hewitt. W double VJ News Radio 9 50 already. Thank you, John and third term Democratic representative Debbie Dingell has won the primary in Michigan's 12 congressional district. Single defeated liberal challengers, Solomon Raj put all but ensuring her re election in November to the seat that is heavily Democratic. A Dingle Dingle has represented the area in Congress for 87 years of a Dingle that is W W J News time. 11 06 other races were watching, and Wayne County challenger Victoria Burton Harris is leading and come and prosecutor Kim worthy in the Democratic race for the job. It has been 53 to 47% for some time now, with results still to come in. In Macomb County. The race is on for prosecutor on the Democratic side. It's a close one between retired Macomb County Judge Mary Shannon now ski and water for District Judge Jody Sadowski. On the Republican side, Pete Placido is way ahead of his challenger, Richard Goodman. And some results are in for villages in Macomb County and Bruce Township. Voters approved a parks and rec millage renewal by a wide margin there a library millage proposal and Harrison Township was defeated. 57% to 42% and Ray Township voters approved of a fire and rescue operations. Millage renewal. Primary voting held across the state. Today, the secretary of state's office deployed poll workers two sites where staffing was lacking. Spokesperson Jake Rallo says workers were deployed to Ben Xe Lake and also Jackson counties, along with Flint. Although the majority were dispatched to the motor city we've sent over 50 to Detroit today. Um, and the reason being that election workers who they had expected to show up today either showed up late or did not show up. 11. 07 is our time. Meantime and bloom failed. Township clerk Jan run, Sally says the turnout looks like it will be over 50%. They're hiring a high number. For a non presidential primary. And Ron Telly says the township isn't alone or in the 30 percentile area. We usually are, you know, high in the county and higher than the state, but this one I don't know we're gonna be competing with a lot of different communities with even higher than where so absentee Nearly half of the townships registered voters cast their ballots. Absentee coming up. 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03:23 min | 7 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Or staying home to start the year Students. The Grosse Pointe School District will be staying home, the superintendent says. It's better safer and in everyone's best interest to start Tuesday, September 8th and full remote learning with gradual plan to bring everyone back are just over 8000 students in the district. Earlier this month, Henry Ford Health System published a study which showed the use of the drug hydroxy Clara Quinn, double the survival rate in some covert 19 patients. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, was asked about that study Friday during a hearing on Capitol Hill. He called the study flawed partially because he says it was not randomized. I have not seen yet. A randomised placebo controlled trial. That's done that. And in fact, every randomized procedure controlled trial that has looked at it has shown no efficacy, So I just have to go with the data. I don't have any horse in the game one way or the other. I just look at the data. He says. Those in the study were also given a steroid. He called it a non control retrospective study confounded by several issues going on. Whitman has vetoed Republican sponsored legislation that would have led nursing homes. How's Corona virus infected residents? But on ly the building separate from other residents. Measure ahead attractions of Democratic supporters. Well, the bill was a response to the governor's order lets people with the virus be transferred in isolated in nursing homes that also have non infected residents. Thereof. Harper Woods, who came under fire for making inappropriate comments is stepping down W. James John Hewitt reports. Early Friday afternoon, The city of Harper Woods received the resignation of longtime Mayor Kenneth Pointer. Who was well liked in this community after more than two decades of service, but comments he made last week in a meeting to the effect that he understands why white people would become white supremacists led to calls for his resignation. Jon Ge. Li is an attorney representing the city of Harper Woods in this matter. One simply cannot in any way, shape or form suggests that any form of white supremacy is OK, especially when it comes from a government leader. The Harper would City Council is now expected to meet in special session next week. To appoint current Mayor Pro TEM Cheryl Constantino as mayor in Harper Woods. John Hewitt, TJ News Radio, 9 50 Meantime, voters in Wayne County's 13th district will be voting on a key Democratic primary race that's coming Tuesday, Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones's again challenging representative receded to leave for a congressional seat. Jones spoke live on W W. J this morning. The primary differences that I'm interested in that being a Roxanne not not running around the world. I'm interested in representing the people of the motif Congressional District representative like she did. He has been one that has been everywhere interested in everything other than that request in a district that she has not given a lot of attention to and on NewsRadio 9 50 this morning, Congresswoman Toe leave responded provoked to know, you know, data routed in the community. I come home every single A week. I come and I work at the service centers. I make sure that they have access to government and government is working for them. Even here, both interviews with Brenda Jones and Congresswoman Toe Leave. Download the radio dot com m on your smartphone favorite WW. Jane used that rewind feature to go back to 9 30 10 30 this morning. Meantime, one driver.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:15 min | 7 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A pilgrimage to Selma with the march across the Pettus Bridge. In Selma. And I think we all reflected back on what that day was like in 1965 when the marches were beaten and met a large platoon of of Alabama state troopers that that almost cost John Lewis his life and and others. It was always a feeling that you were experiencing history and You were being led by a man who lived it. Ricky Thomas W W. Jane is ready. 09 50 freeway shootings in weapons seizures are up this summer compared to last year, according to the Michigan State Police. W. W. James John Hewitt is live and local from the Metro South post in Taylor. Good morning, Mike. When it is whether or not I should say it is connected to the cove it 19 pandemic in terms of people having been isolated, and now they're not in the economic stresses many air feeling. That's one theory. But There is no mistaking incidents of violence and weapons. See, here's on our freeways are indeed up, Michigan State police Detective First Lieutenant Robert Weimer says. Since the 15th of June, there have been 15 shootings on area highways, mostly in the city of Detroit. One particular shooting that we're still looking for information on occurred on Sunday, July 5th. Approximately 10 PM It occurred on West Bone I 94 near Mount Elliot in the city of Detroit. On. So we're looking for anybody that may have information on that. Whether you heard something after the fact or maybe witnessed the shooting that information may be helpful to investigators. In 10 of those shootings, the lieutenant says Suspects have been identified and Mike when it comes to Confiscation of illegal guns from May through June, a three month period MSP actually may a plate April into July. Forgive me on the timing their MSP troopers have taken off. Over 100 guns from the streets. And they say that is up fourfold from a year ago reporting live and local John Hewett wwj NewsRadio 9 52 Metro Detroit teens involved in a crash in northern Michigan Wednesday night and one of them was killed, the Sheboygan County sheriff's Department says. 18 year old Jason Nixon of West Land was driving a Trailblazer on U. S 23 Mackinaw Township in the rain when he lost control and slid sideways into the path of an SUV. Nixon's passenger, 18 year old John Spore of Garden City was killed. Nixon in the driver of the other vehicle were taken to the hospital and serious injuries, The sheriff's office says. Speed And lack of tread on the Trail Blazers tires were factors in the crash. The all clear has been given to the 3000 plus residents near the site of last night's big fire in rock. Would they have been told to either evacuate or shelter in place with Windows closed at the height of the fire at the R. J. Marshall Company, which is on here on river Drive? Rockwood Fire Chief Dan Mercure, telling News Radio 9 50 It took the help of seven other departments to knock down the flames that were just get back to tear apart a little bit so We're just doing that I'm going to start the investigation and company come in and start their cleanup stuff. Five firefighters needed hospital treatment for heat issues and possible exposure to chemicals. The business of over 30 years handles raw materials for the cast polymer composite And flame retardant industries. A different look for the September issue of Oprah Winfrey's O Magazine for the first time ever, O magazine will not feature Oprah Winfrey on its cover. Instead, the September edition will feature a picture of Briana Taylor and the words her life matters. Oprah says It's a tribute and a cry for justice for the unarmed woman fatally shot by police after they stormed her Kentucky home in March. The historic move comes as O magazine is set to go fully digital next year. Maria Garcia, CBS. News. Police are searching for a person who pulled the trigger in last night's quadruple shooting on Detroit decide, authorities say. Just before 11 p.m. three men and a woman were along Canton Street near Grasset and Warren. When a car pulled up in a person inside open fire. Two of the victims were critically wounded. No description is available on the suspect or the vehicle. City of South Field is adding officers and promoting others. Even as attitudes and efforts to curb police forces across the country grows, police chief Elvin Baron says Shall field has seen 18 Black lives matter, Protests and marches in the past year. They've all been peaceful. In fact, this police department was able to stand with a number of the protesters to show that we are responsible when it comes to policy revision. Was this Police department called for other agencies to adapt the duty to intervene policy. We've put restrictions on the use of chokeholds Nick restraints. Barron made the comment after introducing three new officers and promoting to each to sergeant and lieutenant while making his one year at marking his one year anniversary as the head of the South.

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Swimming and exploring Mackinac Island More a grand hotel dot com in the W W. J traffic center Katherine Leslie W W. J News Radio 9 50 Alright, Thankyou, Catherine the AccuWeather forecast Now with some story Was moving through today. Here's meteorologist Brian Thompson. We'll consider to see a couple of showers and thunderstorms and early this evening, any which can be heavy and gusty, is still a lingering showers. Storm later tonight with cloudy sky Low 65 Not as warm tomorrow with the morning shower or thunderstorm will turn less humid later in the day as clouds break for some sun, Hi 85 Mostly cloudy tomorrow night Low 65 And clowns in Samsun on Sunday with an afternoon shower thunderstorm around high near 80. Most of the time that this weekend does look rain free. Thank you, Brother. Meteorologist. Brian Tops it on W W. J D is ready. Go dying 50 And right now in Rochester Hills. We have 75 degrees. It is 71 in Ann Arbor. Still, some storms reported at City Airport, 80 degrees 71 at Detroit, Metro traffic and weather. We do it every 10 minutes on the eight Sandhya. Next report, less than 10 minutes from now. 3 50 Live and local use. Radio 9 50 W. W J Good Afternoon. I'm Greg Bowman here. Our top stories at 3 51 Police say a 20 year old man is dead after an officer involved shooting on Detroit's West side officers investigating a deadly weekend shooting were arresting one person with the victim got involved. W. W. James John Hewitt will have Mohr just after four o'clock President Trump traveling to Florida during a round table with Hispanic leaders, the president lashed into his Democratic rival, Joe Biden. Nobody will be safe in a Biden America. Biden doesn't know what a bite in America is, if you ask him to define it. CBS News will have Maura the top of the hour. New developments in illegal flight over Corona.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Bowman. And here. Our top stories at 3 2120 year old man is dead after a police shooting in Detroit this afternoon, Police chief James Craig says gang activity was involved, he says. A man fired shots at officers. W Nobody. James John Hewitt will have Mohr just after the bottom of the hour New numbers from the State Health Department today There are 446 new Corona virus cases in Michigan today and nine new deaths. But there's more to the numbers than is being indicated. Details coming up after the bottom of the hour. Head of the Detroit water and Sewage Department. Reacting to a class action lawsuit due to shut offs in the city Director Gary Brown says some of the fixes the is pushing in their lawsuit aren't possible. Under Michigan law like setting up rates based on percentage of income, We can't use rate dollars. Teo Teo give to poor people that would be viewed as attack supporting both versus land. And so we need the dollars to come from a separate source. Brown says those suing him the mayor of the city and the governor should push to get a pending federal pandemic bill passed would make over a $1,000,000,000 available for water assistance. Nationally, some relief in store for mid Michigan County said by flooding in May, as President Trump is to clear those counties a major disaster area. President Trump tweeted that he's approved the disaster declaration to provide more than 43 million and federal funds to help the people of Michigan recover from the recent dam break Flooding. Brad K. Is the city manager of Midland. But then something we've been Waiting for, obviously, since the time of the dam failures and the resulting floods that came through our community. We've known that there's going to be significant impact both financially as well as physically for people and any help that we can get is certainly welcome. He says. He's not sure yet how the 43 million will be distributed in an area that has 175 million and residential damage and 35 million in public damage. Beth Fischer. W W J. NewsRadio 9 15 W W J NEWS TIME. 3 23 It's time for the Feldman report. This is getting smaller workers spending more time at home and patients spending less time with the doctor I Marie Feldman with the Feldman report on W W J NewsRadio, 9 50 A new workplace study finds Nearly half of all companies say they are in the process of reducing their office space and physical brick and mortar footprint. SNP Global Market Intelligence says Nearly seven out of 10 companies expect work at home policies to remain in place for a long time. How long is that many say through all of next year, 20% say they see protective gear, social distancing in some remote work and their plans well into 2022. Another study about people who are no longer going to the doctor regularly. Nearly half say it's because of the cost, but one out of four says they've skipped a doctor's appointment because it's been hard to nail down that appointment. Nearly 20% say they're skipping doctor visits because they don't want to get bad news with the Feldman report. I. Marie Feldman,.

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White couple arrested after pulling gun on Black family

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01:13 min | 8 months ago

White couple arrested after pulling gun on Black family

"Oakland Oakland County County couple couple now now facing facing Polonius Polonius assault assault charges charges after after pointing pointing a a gun gun at at a a black black woman woman and and her her daughters daughters that that cell cell phone phone video video has has now now gone gone viral. viral. This's not James John Hewitt reports, although their conduct was deemed criminal by the Oakland County prosecutor's office. 32 year old Gillian Woo. Stenberg and her 42 year old husband, Eric, of Independence Township are both legally licensed gun holders with no criminal histories. Still, each now faces a charge of phony is assault punishable by up to four years in prison. The worst in birds, who are white, are seen on video pointing guns at a Pontiac mother and her daughters who are black. The confrontation happening Wednesday night outside of a chipotle restaurant in Orient Township. In announcing the charging decision. Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard noted that his department has received calls from the public on both sides of this incident, which has clearly been polarizing. Leading the sheriff to call for calm. I guess my plea is Please let us all try to be that voice of calm. In the storm. And remember each one of us. Is a human being. That

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And face coverings are required if the stations and the board and de board or while moving about the trays as they're underway. It makes stops in Holland beggar and say, Joseph met in Harbor, Jim Matthews, double deputies. Radio 9 50 Let's check in right now, with our midday news anchor Brooke Allen joining us now with a preview of what's ahead today, between 10 and two. Good morning, Brooke. Good morning, Tom Ford, putting the brakes on its social Media campaign. W W. J oughta be reporter Jeff Gilbert will tell us why. At 10 o'clock Health agency chiefs testified before a Senate committee on getting backto work in school. Also a dire warning from the World Health Organization, which now says that the Corona virus pandemic is far from over. We will continue to monitor those developments. Detroit police chief James Craig taking part in a webinar on race relations, WW James John Hewitt will be watching. And also there's a new study from Yale University coming out at 11 o'clock on the relationship between fat cells and stress, but a speaking of fat cells. How about pie for the Fourth of July? All this between tenant to appreciate a Brooke, We're going to check it with Joan Doniger next. Look at business just ahead of the opening bell. Two minutes away. It's Jamie Progressives Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song. But the name your price tool So when it's like, tell us what you want to pay his head in the trombone goes Bah bah wah and you say we'll be fine Carthage options that fit your budget. Then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes statement coming at your savings coming out job. Yes. No. Maybe Anyway, so your practice tonight I got new lyrics for the rat break. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law home..

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"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"james john hewitt" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The very latest on this. Capsized boat accident killing seventeen of. The thirty one. People on board also ahead a twenty month old girl from Pontiac has died. After she was struck accidentally by an SUV we've seen these. Tragedies and different circumstances play. Out in seconds also coming up the Tigers they took a loss. And also. Took a loss of their, pitcher Michael former he's on, the disabled list and the general manager says he's probably going. To be. Out for a. Couple. Of weeks good morning I'm Sandra Neil Turned into CBS CBS news update there are, seventeen victims of the duck. Boat tragedy in Branson Missouri it's the highest. Death toll in such an accident in almost two decades KO l. our. TV reporter Joe Moreno has more, about the recovery effort those final four bodies had. Been recovered when the dive stop, their search six bodies, were still missing those have been recovered now in seventeen people dead from this and they, have, also found, the boat as well the boat was. Found on its wheels on the bottom of the lake a, team from the National Transportation. Safety board is already on the, scene CBS news. Correspondent Kris van cleave on the investigation they're going to look at the people. Involved so the operator of the duck boat and sort of. His situational awareness if you. Will about the weather the decision making process to be on the. Water they're. Gonna look at the equipment, the duck boat itself the, canopy the life preservers we know that it had life jackets. On board. CBS news update I'm Wendy Gillette w w. J news time is twelve thirty two well picking up where a CBS, news left off WW James John. Hewitt talked to a local tour boat operator about that accident in. Missouri and what he had to say the storm was part of the same upper level weather system, that led to several destructive tornadoes in Iowa. North of Missouri radar shows wind gusts. Reaching speeds of above, sixty miles, per hour there's several duck. Bulls to run all over the United States and this is, the first incident I've ever heard of one highly. Unusual that's how Steve Carruthers owner of diamond Jack riverboat tours in Detroit. Described yesterday's tragedy in business for over twenty years along the Detroit river I asked him what, would have been going through. The captains mind as the weather intensified I. Really don't know what situation he got into out there as far as. How many crew would help get, on life jackets or whether he had enough time. To see this weather coming in, and maybe should have, put people like jackets most of the time you're acting just to get back, to a, dock John Hewitt WWE j..

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