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02:49 min | 1 year ago

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"From NPR news. I'm Ailsa Chang and I'm Mary Louise Kelly coming up the man most likely to replace California Governor Gavin Newsom. If the recall effort succeeds tomorrow, Elder has gravitated towards endorsing these positions and tapping into that voter base with this massive radio network support. First news. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. The Pentagon says all flights of Afghan evacuees to the United States have been temporarily halted. That's at the request of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention because of measles cases discovered at three different U. S. Military bases housing the refugees. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. Operation Allies welcome flights into the United States remain paused at the request of the CDC for at least seven additional days from today. Kirby says efforts are being made to do contact tracing to determine who at the basis may have been exposed. He says patients are being housed separately and are getting medical care. New York City started enforcing its vaccine mandate for indoor businesses today as NPR's Jasmine guards reports the new requirement that businesses ask customers for proof of at least partial vaccination upon entry. Had been in place for weeks, but it wasn't enforced by the city until now. New York City is deploying inspectors today to enforce the vaccine mandate for restaurants, gyms, bars and other indoor venues. Patrons, 12 or older must have at least a first dose of the Covid 19 Vaccine. Proof can be the paper card given after a dose or the Excelsior Pass a phone app that confirms vaccination. Venues that don't comply will be find anywhere between 1000 and $5000. With around 67% of New York City residents vaccinated. The goal of the mandate is to get more people immunized. Non New Yorkers visiting from out of town will also have to present proof of at least one dose. Jasmine Garza. NPR NEWS New YORK Wall Street ended the day in mixed territory. The Dow was up 261 points at 34,869. That's a three quarters of a percent. The NASDAQ Down nine points of 15,001 05, the S and P 500 up 10 at 44 68. This is NPR. After a year of political deadlock and severe economic collapse. Lebanon now has a fully empowered government but is not a Hamzi reports. The new Cabinet is facing many challenges. Lebanon's new Salvation government will be tasked with bringing the small Mediterranean country out of severe economic collapse. The country suffers from fuel, medicine and electricity shortages and has all but run down its central bank reserves. And over 70% of Lebanon's.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Change, making these mega fires worse with a plug for the millions of dollars for wildfire prevention and forest management in his infrastructure bill. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Tropical Storm Nicholas is gaining strength as it makes its way toward the southern coast of Texas. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says the city is preparing for heavy rain and flooding over the next couple of days progresses differently. More rain falling this evening and particular. From my vantage point. You know, I want to do everything I can to get people off the roads by by sundown. Forecasters say the storm could dump up to 20 inches of rain over some parts of the Gulf Coast this week. Louisiana, which was devastated by Hurricane Ida two weeks ago, has already declared a state of emergency. New York City begins in forcing its vaccine mandate for indoor businesses. Today, NPR's jasmine Guards reports the new requirement that businesses ask customers for proof of at least a partial vaccination upon entry has been in place for weeks but wasn't enforced by the city. Until now. New York City will deploy inspectors today to enforce the vaccine mandate for restaurants, gyms, bars and Other indoor venues, Patrons 12 or older must have at least a first dose of the Covid 19 vaccine proof can be the paper card given after a dose or the Excelsior path of phone app that confirms vaccination. Venues that don't comply will be find anywhere between 1000 and $5000. With around 67% of New York City residents vaccinated. The goal of the mandate is to get more people immunized. Non New Yorkers visiting from out of town will also have to present proof of at least one dose. Jasmine Garza, NPR NEWS New York On Wall Street, the Dow was up 238 points. This is NPR news. Live from news. 88 7 in Houston. I'm Matt Hair of Tropical Storm Nicholas is tracking to make landfall later tonight. As you just heard on NPR along the southern Texas coast. Multiple flash flood watches and warnings are in place in our region through tomorrow night. Tim Katie, with the National Weather Service, says Nicholas is expected to bring periods of heavy rain. For the rest of today, though, of rain associated with this system will be happiest. This will likely lead to some street flooding, and it's certainly travel issues. The storms greatest impacts will be felt along the coast where Katie says storm surges, high winds and isolated tornadoes are possible and, according to the National Weather Service's latest update, hurricane watches in effect For some areas along the coast, with the possibility of Nicholas turning into a Category one hurricane before making landfall. Now Governor Greg Abbott says the state began preparing for the storm days ago. And they said they are ready to assist with any local needs spoken to the Harris County judge as well as kind judges up and down the entire Gulf coast to make sure that we're working collaboratively. To make sure that at the local level we will be prepared for whatever the storm may bring in Houston officials are preparing to help people with this abilities whether the storm game custora gave cost. Sarah's runs the mayor's office of people with this abilities and says his office will rely on the state's database of people who have registered for emergency assistance will be using the information that is in the.

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WBUR

03:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Was a time of introspection. Sean Alan sat quietly on the curb throughout most of the event, he says he came up from Philadelphia. I just came here last night just to show up and pay my respects in person. I felt like I had to do something, you know, you know the whole atmosphere nowadays, you know, it's the least I could do. Throughout the morning families read the names of their loved ones who died in the attacks. Jasmine Garza. NPR NEWS, New YORK president traveled on to the crash site of United Airlines flight 93. And Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where 33 passengers and seven crew members died. Along with the hijackers. President Biden will spend the rest of the weekend in Wilmington, Delaware. New research finds that survivors rescue workers and people who witnessed the attacks on New York City's World Trade Center have been experiencing lasting mental health problems. NPR's Richard Chatterjee has details. Researchers say that the rates of depression and post traumatic stress disorder among people in New York City and nearby areas went up shortly after 9 11. While a majority recovered in six months about 10% have continued to struggle with symptoms Mark Far fell is the director of the World Trade Center Health Registry, which has tracked over 70,000 people affected by the disaster. This disaster of 9 11 in New York City. Has had long term impacts and significant impacts on both. The responders and the silver civilian survivors, he says. Often survivors are struggling with more than one mental and physical health condition, which makes it harder for them to bounce back quickly. Read the Chatterjee NPR news. This is NPR. For the second week in a row, The Dow Jones industrial average closed down for the S and P 500. Friday's lower close was its fifth consecutive loss. But its first weekly decline after two weeks of gains overall, is NPR's David Gura reports. Wall Street continues to worry about the health of the economy. The Dow ended the week down 2.2% and the S and P and the NASDAQ also fell during a shortened trading week because of the Labor Day holiday. There continues to be concerned about how the Delta variant could affect the economic recovery as president Biden outlined new vaccination and testing requirements and investors continue to await more guidance from the Federal Reserve on its policies. As Europe's central bank announced it will scale back some of its support to markets shares An Apple fell by more than 3% on Friday after a judge ordered the company to make big changes to its APP store. David Gura, NPR NEWS New York Cloud based business software companies. Salesforce is telling its workers that if they are currently working in the state of Texas, the company will help them leave. At issue is a new law in Texas that severely restricts abortions in the state. The CEO of Salesforce, Marc Benioff tweeted to his workers. Quote If you want to move will help you exit your choice. The company notes. It's not taking a stand on the law per se, but it intends to stand with its female employees. The Texas law bans most abortions after six weeks. The Supreme Court declined to act on the law and the Justice Department is suing Texas. I'm Louise. Given. NPR NEWS.

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KQED Radio

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were also held in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where flight 93 crashed after passengers on board overtook the terrorists. NPR's Scott Detroit was at today's commemoration some families Who have come to previous anniversaries just felt overwhelmed by the idea of 20 years and are not here but But by and large, A lot of people are here, and it's really a sense of peace and togetherness, and I've seen them greeting each other with big hugs. It's It's really interesting how over the years this place this crash site that was the place where their loved ones died in a really terrible way has become to them a place of remembrance, a place of community a place of peace. NPR's Scott, Detroit and Shanksville. President Biden was among those gathered for commemorations at the side of the World Trade Center in New York City. NPR's Jasmine Garza was there. For the most part, it was a quiet ceremony filled with moments of silence observed at the Times of each attack. Firefighters from across the country marched carrying the New York Fire Department flag to For many, it was a time of introspection. Sean Alan sat quietly on the curb throughout most of the event, he says he came up from Philadelphia. I just came here last night just to show up and pay my respects in person. I feel like I had to do something, you know, you know the whole atmosphere nowadays, you know, it's the least I could do. Throughout the morning families read the names of their loved ones who died in the attacks. Jasmine Garza, NPR NEWS New York New research funds that survivors rescue workers and people who witnessed the attacks on New York City's World Trade Center have been experiencing lasting mental health issues. NPR's Rita Chatterjee has details. Researchers say that the rates of depression and post traumatic stress disorder among people in New York City and nearby areas went up shortly after 9 11, while a majority recovered in six months about 10% have continued to struggle with symptoms. Mark Far fell is the director of the World Trade Center Health Registry, which has tracked over 70,000 people affected by the disaster. This disaster of 9 11 in New York City. Has had long term impacts and significant impacts on both. The responders and the silver civilian survivors, he says. Often survivors are struggling with more than one mental and physical health condition, which makes it harder for them to bounce back. Quickly Return. Chatterjee NPR news This is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Natalia Navarro. The California Legislature wrapped up its annual session on Friday. KQED is Katie or highlights some of the action. Lawmakers sent a wide variety of bills to governor Gavin Newsom's desk, including several measures that would make it easier to build housing in the state. The Legislature also passed a number of criminal justice reform bills, including one that allows the commission on Peace officer standards and training to investigate and possibly decertified law enforcement officers. Who commit serious offenses. A bill that makes it a misdemeanor to obstruct vaccination clinics made it to the governor, but efforts to require covid vaccination in the workplace ran out of time. A bill to overhaul the state's bail system also stalled. Newsome now has a month to act on the bills. The Legislature sent him in Sacramento. I'm Katie or KQED news. Police and fire departments across the Bay Area are holding remembrances today for the anniversary of 9 11 in Oakland City officials held a memorial at the Lake Merritt Amphitheater yesterday in honor of the first responders who lost their lives 20 years ago. About 70 people came out to the event, including Mayor Libby Shaft and Fire and police personnel, Oakland police Chief Laurent Armstrong. Every day we come to work, understanding that there is a possibility That this may be our last. But truly, that is, what service and sacrifice is about. Today. We recognize those that made the ultimate sacrifice. More than 300. Firefighters and 70 officers lost their lives on 9 11 and hundreds more.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York State is seeing a significant increase in shootings. 51 people were shot this past weekend alone in the state. NPR's Jasmine Garza is following this story from New York City. Good morning Chess. Good morning. Governor. Cuomo said yesterday that this is a public health concern. Yes, This is in keeping with how the Biden administration has characterized gun violence as a public health concern. In fact, Cuomo compared it to the Covid 19 pandemic. We went from one epidemic to another epidemic. We went from covid to the epidemic of gun violence. And so what Governor Cuomo did yesterday is lay out a seven point comprehensive plan to address this other epidemic. He wants to use science and data to identify gun violence. Hot spots. Kind of like what the government did with Covid find a hotspot get in their address it people are worried about gun violence in New York City where you are, but they are also as I understand it worried about the response to gun violence. Absolutely gun Violence has been a major topic in the city here in New York. There's this sense that people are more on edge. But on the other hand as shootings rise, one thing I keep hearing from activists and academics is a concern that there will be a knee jerk reaction of more heavy handed policing like a return to the Tough on crime era where you know, many worried that this would indiscriminately target communities of color. Governor Cuomo does seem aware of that. He pledged to put more money into things to help curb violence like Community resources, youth activities jobs for young people. It sounds like he is aware of the fact that there is a tension between law enforcement and the people that they are meant to serve. In fact, there's quite a lot of tension. Yes, Some of the communities that are suffering the most from gun violence are the ones that have the most strained relationships with the police. I've been spending a lot of time this summer in Far Rockaway, Queens, where there's a noticeable spike in shootings, and I've been hanging out with an organization called Rock Safe Streets. They address the cycle of violence. I asked one of their violence. Interrupters, whose name is Eugene Finley, He goes by floss. What the state of police community relations is. The community relationship with the police is nothing really right now. No body in the community that is going to relate to any cop. And so in his press conference yesterday, Governor Cuomo said he wants to open a dialogue between police and communities. He acknowledged it is not easy and let me ask you. Lastly, he also talked about illegal guns, and we should say that New York has strict gun laws. But the entire point of illegal guns is that they're illegal. Yes, as we've covered Previously, New York, like several other cities, is really ramping up its efforts to crack down on illegal weapons coming into the state from places with lax or gun laws. It's part of a federal local collaboration. But another part of Cuomo's plan that really stood out to me is that he signed a bill allowing the public to hold gun manufacturers liable for instances like mass shootings. Is likely to be challenged. But Governor Cuomo himself said quote New York is going to do what Congress didn't do which Noel is to say Hold gun makers accountable. That could be an interesting fight. NPR's Jasmine Garza, Thank you for your reporting, Jason. We appreciate it. Thank you. The fastest female sprinter in this country won't compete at the Summer Olympics Yesterday, USA Track and Field announced his team roster for the Tokyo Games that start this month. And the list did not include Shakeri Richardson, There was hope she might make the team even though a positive drug test for marijuana disqualified her from her main event. 100 M. NPR's Tom Goldman reports. In the minds of anti doping officials, Shakeri Richardson seemed to do everything right. She apologized and admitted using marijuana broke the rules even though she said she used it to cope with the emotional panic brought on by her biological mother's death. She accepted a one month ban and disqualification from the Olympic 100 M. She reportedly didn't petition to get onto the Olympic four by 100 M Relay team, which still was a possibility in the end, USA Track and Field coach is squelched that possibility. A decision based in part unfairness our credibility, USA Track and Field said in a statement would be lost if rules were only enforced under certain circumstances, while our heartfelt understanding lies with Shakeri We must also maintain.

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05:10 min | 1 year ago

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"NPR News. I'm Leila Faulted and I'm Noel King. Good morning, New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, has declared a state of emergency on account of gun violence. Like a lot of places. New York state is seeing a significant increase in shootings. 51 people were shot this past weekend alone in the state. NPR's Jasmine Garza is following this story from New York City. Good morning Chess. Good morning. Governor. Cuomo said yesterday that this is a public health concern. Yes, This is in keeping with how the Biden administration has characterized gun violence as a public health concern. In fact, Cuomo compared it to the Covid 19 pandemic. We went from one epidemic to another epidemic. We went from covid to the epidemic of gun violence. And so what Governor Cuomo did yesterday is lay out a seven point comprehensive plan to address this other epidemic. He wants to use science and data to identify gun violence. Hot spots. Kind of like what the government did with Covid find a hotspot get in their address it people are worried about gun violence in New York City where you are, but they are also as I understand it worried about the response to gun violence. Absolutely gun Violence has been a major topic in the city here in New York. There's this sense that people are more on edge. But on the other hand as shootings rise, one thing I keep hearing from activists and academics is a concern that there will be a knee jerk reaction of more heavy handed policing like a return to the Tough on crime era where you know, many worried that this would indiscriminately target communities of color. Governor Cuomo does seem aware of that. He pledged to put more money into things to help curb violence like Community resources, youth activities jobs for young people. It sounds like he is aware of the fact that there's a tension between law enforcement and the people that they are meant to serve. In fact, there's quite a lot of tension. Yes, Some of the communities that are suffering the most from gun violence are the ones that have the most strained relationships with the police. I've been spending a lot of time this summer in Far Rockaway, Queens, where there is a noticeable spike in shootings, and I've been hanging out with an organization called Rock Safe Streets. They address the cycle of violence. I asked one of their violence. Interrupters, whose name is Eugene Finley, He goes by floss. What the state of police community relations is. The community relationship with the police is nothing really right now. No body in the community that is going to relate to any cop. And so in his press conference yesterday, Governor Cuomo said he wants to open a dialogue between police and communities. He acknowledged it is not easy and let me ask you. Lastly, he also talked about illegal guns, and we should say that New York has strict gun laws. But the entire point of illegal guns is that they're illegal. Yes, as we've covered Previously, New York, like several other cities, is really ramping up its efforts to crack down on illegal weapons coming into the state from places with lax or gun laws. It's part of a federal local collaboration. But another part of Cuomo's plan that really stood out to me is that he signed a bill allowing the public to hold gun manufacturers liable for instances like mass shootings. Is likely to be challenged. But Governor Cuomo himself said quote New York is going to do what Congress didn't do which Noel is to say Hold gun makers accountable. That could be an interesting fight. NPR's Jasmine Garza, Thank you for your reporting, Jason. We appreciate it. Thank you. The fastest female sprinter in this country won't compete at the Summer Olympics Yesterday, USA Track and Field announced its team roster for the Tokyo Games that starts this month. And the list did not include Shakeri Richardson, There was hope she might make the team even though a positive drug test for marijuana disqualified her from her main event, the 100 M. NPR's Tom Goldman reports. After doing something wrong in the minds of anti doping officials, Shakeri Richardson seemed to do everything right. She apologized and admitted using marijuana broke the rules even though she said she used it to cope with the emotional panic brought on by her biological mother's death. She accepted a one month ban and disqualification from the Olympic 100 metres. She reportedly didn't petition to get onto the Olympic four by 100 M Relay team which still was passed. Ability in the end, USA Track and Field coach is squelched that possibility. A decision based in part unfairness our credibility, USA Track and Field said in a statement would be lost if rules were only enforced under certain circumstances, while our heartfelt understanding lies with Shakeri We must also maintain fairness for all the athletes who tried to make the teen.

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07:50 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on KCRW

"By landfall. Tampa International Airport was slated to shut down that hey ahead of else's arrival, forecasters warn of storm surge in some areas. Meanwhile, the number of people known dead at the Surfside condo collapse has now risen to 36 with 109. Others still unaccounted for. Your governor Andrew Cuomo is issuing an executive order declaring a disaster emergency on gun violence. Like many states and cities, New York saw a significant rise in shootings during the pandemic. NPR's Jasmine Gar says more. In a press conference this afternoon, Governor Andrew Cuomo framed the issue as a public health. Emergency humanity demands that we attacked gun violence. Young people are dying and you know it and you can stop it. The governor laid out a seven point plan, which includes increased funding for youth activities and employment. As well as declaring a war on illegal weapons coming from out of state. He also said he will focus on improving relations between the police and community. Jasmine Garza. NPR NEWS New YORK Trump congressional Democrats say they're working to trying to come up with an agreement that will help pay for president binds multi trillion dollar infrastructure improvement plan. We're gonna closely divided Congress, the moderate and liberal wings of the Democratic Party have little space for disagreement. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 208 points today You're listening to NPR and at 304 on a Tuesday, July six, This is KCRW and Larry Peril. Well. Los Angeles is coming off a bloody Fourth of July weekend with at least a dozen people killed in suspected homicides. It's part of a bigger recent surge in violent crime. One of the victims was a teenager shot and killed in a car to car shooting in Venice. 18 year old tiebreak was a football player in recent grad of Venice High School. He was driving his restored 1979 Cadillac early Monday morning when he was chased down by some people in a white sedan. LAPD. LAPD Lieutenant John Radke says surveillance video shows at the Chase, lasting for some lasted for several blocks before braise car hit a curb and flipped onto its side in the front yard of a home on Rose Avenue. We really do not know how this started. It does appear that the victim was followed and pursued and shot at multiple times. A woman embraced cars in the hospital in serious conditions. Not clear if this fourth of July was deadlier than past holidays. But the LAPD recently reported the shootings are up 50% this year homicides almost 25%. LAPD says the uptick in violence began early in the pandemic and has yet to level off. An LAPD sergeant accused of sharing a Valentine's Day meme that math The wrongdoing and will not be disciplined. The decision comes from the department's board of Rights, and it contradicts chief Michael Moore, who had recommended the sergeant be fired more now from Kcrw's Daryl Saxman. The social media Post the sergeant was accused of sharing included an image of Floyd and the words You take my breath away. Floyd was murdered last year by Minneapolis police officer who knelt on his neck for more than nine minutes. Chief. Moore told the Police Commission in February that the sergeant allegedly received the post from outside the LAPD and sent it to another member of the department. The sergeant who hasn't been publicly identified, was the only LAPD employee facing discipline, although more admitted at the time that some in the department had what he called extremist views. The board of Right is an administrative trial commission made up of three hearing officers after reviewing the evidence. It found the sergeant not guilty of sharing the offensive me. This. KCRW's Gerald Saxman reporting so support for NPR comes from little passports, offering activity kits to keep kids engaged. This summer. They'll explore France and Japan and build a volcano and submarine from the kitchen table more at little passports dot com. We'll see. Clear skies this evening with lows in the sixties will be sunny with highs around 70 at the beaches tomorrow, Upper seventies to mid eighties. For Metro lay in inland Orange County. It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and um Ari Shapiro, one of the first funerals for victims of the condominium building collapse in Surfside, Florida was held today. Marcus Kwara, His wife, Anna, and daughters, Lucy, A. And Emma were remembered in a service at ST Joseph's Catholic Church in Miami Beach. Just miles from the church search and rescue continued today at the site of the building collapse, Rescue crews pulled eight more bodies from the rubble, bringing the number of confirmed dead 2 36. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine. Cava says federal investigators are also on the scene, gathering information about what caused the collapse. The whole world wants to know what happened here and especially Those who are the victims, the survivors, family members of those who are in the pile. NPR's Greg Allen joins us now from Miami. Hi, Greg. Hi, Ari. As crews conduct the search and rescue today they're also dealing with a strong tropical storm that is bearing down on the state. How is that affecting their work? Well appears a tropical storm is on a track that's going to miss this area. It's now expected to make landfall along Florida's West Coast early tomorrow. You were for fears, though, that if Tropical Storm Elsa targeted Miami High winds could further destabilize even toppled that building that was remaining standing because that the building was taken down with an implosion early Sunday, But bands of heavy rain and strong wind gusts have been coming through here today and have slowed the effort. Crews were forced to stop work for a couple of hours today because of wind gusts and the lightning. Officials say With the demolition, they can now access all parts of the pile and they're making progress. Any idea how many victims are still trapped or buried in the pile of rubble? That's not entirely clear. Currently, officials say they have 109 people have been reported missing. But Miami Dade Mayor Levine Cava says much of that information is still incomplete. We may only have a name without an apartment number without a date of birth or other details. Earlier today, the mayor said police detectives have been going through the list and can only confirm about 70 of those reported missing were actually in the building when it collapsed. It has now been 12 days since the building collapse, and dozens of families are still waiting to find out. What happened to their loved ones. Are officials holding out any hope at this point? Well, not really. In nearly two weeks of searching, rescue workers have found very few empty spaces or voids in the rubble where they say someone may have possibly survived. Asked about it today, Miami Dade Fire chief Alan Kaminsky says. We're not saying anything positive. Officials aren't saying when they will officially give up the search for survivors and move into the recovery phase. But Mayor Levine Cava has been talking to the families, she says They understand the situation. They know what is happening. They understand that the news of their loved ones may be tragic loss and they as their contacted You've met. Them know that a loved one has passed. They're prepared for it. And so I think Everybody will be ready when it's time to move to the next phase. And is there anything new on the investigation into what caused the collapse? Well, officials say investigators with the National Institute of Standards and Technology are on site and they're tagging all the evidence that's been gathered. There have also been using computer based imaging to create a three d model of the pile and the and of the remaining building before it was demolished. In the meantime, a local grand jury will also be taking up the matter and an investigation. A number of lawsuits have been filed in Miami Dade is convicted is convening an expert panel to look at what went wrong and to make recommendations on how to make sure It's something like this doesn't happen again. NPR's Greg Allen in Miami. Thank you. You're welcome. Some of the nation's most senior law enforcement officials have called the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol.

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WBUR

"Winds by landfall. Tampa International Airport was slated to shut down that hey ahead of else's arrival. Forecasters warn of storm surge in some areas Meanwhile, the number of people known dead at the Surfside condo collapses now risen to 36 with 109. Others still unaccounted for. Your governor Andrew Cuomo is issuing an executive order declaring a disaster emergency on gun violence. Like many states and cities, New York saw a significant rise in shootings during the pandemic. NPR's Jasmine Guards has more. In a press conference this afternoon, Governor Andrew Cuomo framed the issue as a public health. Emergency humanity demands that we attacked gun violence. Young people are dying and you know it and you can stop it. The governor laid out a seven point plan, which includes increased funding for youth activities. Unemployment. As well as declaring a war on illegal weapons coming from out of state. He also said he will focus on improving relations between the police and community. Jasmine Garza. NPR NEWS NEW YORK Trump congressional Democrats say they're working to trying to come up with an agreement that will help pay for president binds multi trillion dollar infrastructure improvement plan. We're going to closely divided Congress, the moderate and liberal wings of the Democratic Party have little space for disagreement. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 208 points today. You're listening to NPR and this is 90.9 W bur in Boston. Good evening. I'm Lisa Mullins. Strong thunderstorms are moving through the Boston area. Heavy rain is falling in Maldon, Medford and Saugus. The storm is moving south and east toward the coastline. Another line of storms is farther west in Milford and Hopkinton and slowly moving south and east toward Franklin and Mansfield. The National Weather Service says the risk of storms with gusty wind and lightning should be with us. Until just about eight o'clock tonight. At least three of the 11 people charged in connection with the armed standoff on I 95 this weekend in Wakefield refused to cooperate with the court during their arraignments today. 40 year old Quinn Come. Verlander of Rhode Island, says the case should be heard in federal court. The second suspect asked for a fellow defendant to be his attorney, a third refused to identify himself. The suspected leader of the group told a judge in Maldon. He doesn't understand why he's being charged. The suspects are being held without bail. The men say they are part of a group rise of the Moors, which the Southern poverty Law Center says believes government does not have authority over individuals. A labor union that represents nurses at ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester says it's reviewing a new contract proposal from the hospitals. Parent company. Amid a strike that's gone on for months. The Massachusetts Nurses Association says another round of negotiations set for Friday. Tenet Healthcare says it's the fourth offer put forward since the strike began in March. Nurse staffing has been the primary sticking point. You can add the Peabody Essex Museum and Salem to the list of places offering Covid 19 Vaccines Museum says it will host free clinics on Friday evenings. They start this week and run through mid August. Bob Monkey is the museum's interim chief operating officer. He says the effort is the latest adaptation brought on by the pandemic. The museum has been around for 220 some odd years. And, uh I guess our forebearers have had to be resilient and flexible to. Hopefully we're just continuing the tradition. The shot also comes with free museum admission and a new survey shows Massachusetts business confidence in the direction the economy is taking rose for 1/5 time in six months. Associated Industries of Massachusetts executive vice president Kiss Chris Gear and says their monthly business confidence index is now at its highest point in years. The labor market Recovery is finally gaining some momentum. In fact, the companies that participated in our survey gave their most confident assessment since April, 2018. Karen says larger companies and those based in Eastern masking the highest ratings. The group surveyed more than 140 employers in the forecast thunderstorms over parts of the region right now moving on out eventually, when they leave, We should be left with a mugging night temperatures around 70 degrees. Tomorrow should be sunny but esteem heat rising to the low nineties and then cloudy on Thursday, and a lot cooler only about 70.

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WBEZ Chicago

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Changes the whole dynamic of the entire pile of rubble. But it is a very unsafe thing to do so we do have to take our time, Brown says. Until told Otherwise. This remains a rescue operation. Jasmine Garza NPR NEWS, SURFSIDE, Florida In the months before the Champlain Towers south partially collapsed. The president of the condominium association alerted residents at the 40 year old building structure had become worse and Jean what Nikki's letter obtained by NPR residents are informed that Extensive repairs are needed and would cost much more than previously thought. In 2018. The repair estimate was at least $15 million. An NPR investigation finds low income disaster survivors are less likely to receive some types of crucial disaster assistance. NPR's Rebecca Herscher reports of federal government has been aware of the disparity since at least 2019. After a hurricane, wild fire or other disaster. Many people rely on the federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA for help, but poor people are less likely to receive some types of basic housing assistance after disasters. That's according to internal analyses conducted by FEMA and obtained by NPR through a public records request. As a result, low income disaster survivors often struggle to find stable housing and are more likely to be displaced or face long term health and financial impacts. FEMA says providing equitable assistance is a top priority. The agency is seeking feedback about how its programs serve people of different demographics. Rebecca Herscher NPR news Tropical Storm Enrique is losing strength as it heads closer to resorts on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. It's forecasted skin passed or passed over portions of the southern tip of how later today or tomorrow over the weekend. The storm was the first hurricane of the Eastern Pacific season. The Dow is up 78 points since the Open. This is NPR news. It's 71 degrees at 11 04. I'm Araceli Gomez Saldana with W B easy news. A retired firefighter who was a member of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame was killed during a weekend robbery and Gary Wallace Wally Broadnax was shot Saturday at a gas station as he was returning to his car. He was 70 years old. Broad next was on Roosevelt High School 1968 State championship team and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1993. Gary Mayor Jerome Prince says he's heartbroken and disgusted over the slaying. Princess. Two teens are in custody brought next worked for the Gary Fire Department for more than 25 years. He's the 21st homicide victim and Gary this year. For now. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker is steering clear of any state role in a possible Chicago Bears moved to Arlington Heights. Earlier this month, the team announced it put in the bid to buy the land now occupied by Arlington International Race course for a possible stadium. The governor says the question of where the team eventually winds up playing is in private hands. That's not something we're looking at. Right now. I think.

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NEWS 88.7

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Sun Saturday. 25 between now and then, 50% chance you'll encounter showers. Maybe even thunderstorms will keep the highs mostly in the mid to upper eighties 76 for the overnight lows, showers and storms likely again tomorrow with high of 89. Right now. It's 85 here here at the U. N. H campus and you're listening to your NPR's station, K U H F Houston News City seventh Service of the University of Houston. It's 11 o'clock. Millions of indigenous Children were forcibly sent to boarding schools in the U. S and Canada. Now both countries are reckoning with that passed from W Am You and NPR in Washington This is one a high and Jenn white Today on one, a history and legacy of Native American boarding schools between the late 18 hundreds in the early 19 sixties, more than 350 of the schools operated across 30, US States, native Children were forced to attend in a bid to assimilate them into Euro American culture. This month, Activists in Canada found nearly 1000 unmarked graves at the sites of two former schools. Now the U. S. Is investigating its own former boarding school system and will speak to one of those leading that effort. And we want to hear from you tweet us at one end Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi saying On Thursday, President Biden is expected to visit Surfside, Florida, site of a massive operation to find victims of last week's partial condo building collapse. According to statements from officials a short time ago. The death toll remains at 11 about 150. People are still unaccounted for. Here's NPR's Jasmine guard. Government officials and rescue crews say they remain hopeful, citing past cases of earthquakes were survivors have been found. Seven or eight days after the disaster crews on the ground have been working around the clock amidst daily thunderstorms and intense heat. Captain Adam Brown from Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, told NPR that the process is both a race for time and a delicate balancing act. Every time. We move something. Rock boulder, a piece of metal Changes the whole dynamic of the entire pile of rubble. But it is a very unsafe thing to do so we do have to take our time, Brown says. Until told Otherwise. This remains a rescue operation. Jasmine Garza NPR NEWS, SURFSIDE, Florida In the months before the Champlain Towers south partially collapsed. The president of the condominium association alerted residents at the 40 year old building structure have become worse. Jean what Nikki's letter obtained by NPR residents are informed that extensive repairs are needed and would cost much more than previously thought. In 2018. The repair estimate was at least $15 million. An NPR investigation finds low income disaster survivors are less likely to receive some types of crucial disaster assistance. NPR's Rebecca Herscher reports of federal government has been aware of the disparity since at least 2019. After a hurricane, wild fire or other disaster. Many people rely on the federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA for help, but poor people are less likely to receive some types of basic housing assistance after disasters. That's according to internal analyses conducted by FEMA and obtained by NPR through a public records request. As a result, low income disaster survivors often struggle to find stable housing. And are more likely to be displaced or face long term health and financial impacts. FEMA says providing equitable assistance is a top priority. The agency is seeking feedback about how its programs serve people of different demographics. Rebecca Herscher NPR news Tropical Storm Enrique is losing strength as it heads closer to resorts on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. It's forecasted skin passed or passed over portions of the southern tip of Baja later today or tomorrow. Over the weekend. The storm was the first hurricane of the Eastern Pacific season. The Dow is up 78 points since the Open. This is NPR news. The Pacific Northwest, Enduring a heatwave that set record temperatures from one day to the next. The National Weather Service is Clinton, Rocky says yesterday A lot of places were well above 100 degrees. Temperatures over the most of the northern half, The state were above 110 again 115 to 117 anywhere from the line at Valley northward and eastward across the north central north eastern parts of the state of Oregon. Even up in Washington state. We had temperatures quite well up into 101 110. Rocky, who's in Oregon says given what residents in the Portland area have been through today might feel like relief. When temperatures are down to 85, or 90 degrees, cases of Covid 19 continued to surge in many parts of the world. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports. New lockdown measures are being ordered in several African nations. Here in Sierra Leone officials are requiring proof.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On Thursday, President Biden is expected to visit Surfside, Florida, site of a massive operation to find victims of last week's partial condo building collapse. According to statements from officials a short time ago. The death toll remains at 11 about 150. People are still unaccounted for. Here's NPR's Jasmine guard. Government officials and rescue crews say they remain hopeful, citing past cases of earthquakes, where survivors have been found seven or eight days after the disaster crews on the ground have been working around the clock amidst daily thunderstorms and intense heat. Captain Adam Brown from Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, told NPR that the process is both a race for time and a delicate balancing act. Every time. We move something. Rock boulder, a piece of metal It changes the whole dynamic of the entire pile of rubble. But it is a very unsafe thing to do so we do have to take our time, Brown says. Until told Otherwise. This remains a rescue operation. Jasmine Garza NPR NEWS, SURFSIDE, Florida In the months before the Champlain Towers south partially collapsed. The president of the condominium association alerted residents at the 40 year old building structure had become worse. Jean what Nikki's letter obtained by NPR residents are informed that extensive repairs are needed and would cost much more than previously thought. In 2018. The repair estimate was at least $15 million. An NPR investigation finds low income disaster survivors are less likely to receive some types of crucial disaster assistance. NPR's Rebecca Herscher reports. The federal government has been aware of the disparity since at least 2019. After a hurricane, wild fire or other disaster. Many people rely on the federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA for help, but poor people are less likely to receive some types of basic housing assistance after disasters. That's according to internal analyses conducted by FEMA and obtained by NPR through a public records request. As a result, low income disaster survivors often struggle to find stable housing. And are more likely to be displaced or face long term health and financial impacts. FEMA says providing equitable assistance is a top priority. The agency is seeking feedback about how its programs serve people of different demographics. Rebecca Herscher NPR news Tropical Storm Enrique is losing strength as it heads closer to resorts on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. It's forecasted skin passed or passed over portions of the southern tip of how later today or tomorrow over the weekend. The storm was the first hurricane of the Eastern Pacific season. The Dow is up 78 points since the Open. This is NPR news. This is W N. Y. C it to New York State lawmakers have sued the NYPD in federal court, alleging they were beaten during protests against racial injustice. Last year, Assemblywoman Diana Richardson and state Senator Zelnorm Marie We're at a protest in Brooklyn last May, where they say officers pepper spray them. The alleged the NYPD used excessive force violated their free speech rights and illegally arrested. Mary. The city's law department did not immediately.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Metal It changes the whole dynamic of the entire pile of rubble. But it is a very unsafe thing to do so we do have to take our time, Brown says. Until told Otherwise. This remains a rescue operation. Jasmine Garza NPR NEWS SURFSIDE, Florida The cause of the collapse remains under investigation, but the focus is on structural problems identified in a three year old engineer's report released by suicide city officials. President Biden is set to leave the White House in about an hour to make another push for his massive infrastructure proposal. He's traveling to lacrosse, Wisconsin today's trip. There comes less than a week after the administration and a group of bipartisan senators reached a tentative agreement as NPR's Scott Detroit reports the president and several moderate senators hash together a proposal that includes a half trillion dollars in new infrastructure spending. And Biden is hoping the Senate and House passed that with votes from both parties. So they are. Biden is trying to court moderates and conservatives. But at the same time, Biden want Democrats. To pass a second massive multi trillion dollar measure. With proposals Biden set aside to reach the first deal. That means making sure moderate and progressive Democrats are on board. Over the weekend, Biden had to walk back a threat that he would veto the first measure if the second larger bill doesn't pass to Scott. Detroit. NPR NEWS the White House major highway in Colorado as reopened after a series of mudslides forced it to close Colorado Public Radio. Stina seek Interstate 70 fully reopened in western Colorado Monday night. After prolonged closures on Saturday and.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Piece of metal Changes the whole dynamic of the entire pile of rubble. But it is a very unsafe thing to do so we do have to take our time, Brown says. Until told Otherwise. This remains a rescue operation. Jasmine Garza. NPR NEWS SURFSIDE, Florida Cause of the collapse remains under investigation, but the focus is on structural problems identified in a three year old engineer's report released by suicide city officials. President Biden is set to leave the White House in about an hour to make another push for his massive infrastructure proposal. He's traveling to lacrosse, Wisconsin today. His trip. There comes less than a week after the administration and a group of bipartisan senators reached a tentative agreement as NPR's Scott Detroit reports, the president and several moderate senators has together a proposal that includes a half trillion dollars in new infrastructure spending. And Biden is hoping the Senate and House passed that with votes from both parties, so their Biden is trying to court moderates and conservatives. But at the same time, Biden want Democrats to pass a second massive multi trillion dollar measure with proposals Biden set aside to reach the first deal. That means making sure moderate and progressive Democrats are on board. Over the weekend, Biden had to walk back a threat that he would veto the first measure if the second larger bill doesn't pass to Scott. Detroit. NPR NEWS The White House major highway in Colorado as reopened after a series of mudslides forced it to close Colorado public radio Stina Sieg Interstate 70 fully reopened in western Colorado Monday night. After prolonged closures on Saturday and.

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KCRW

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on KCRW

"For the confirmed death toll is 11 with 150 people still unaccounted for NPR's Jasmine Garces in Surfside. Government officials and rescue crews say they remain hopeful, citing past cases of earthquakes where survivors have been found seven or eight days after the disaster. Crews on the ground have been working around the clock amidst daily thunderstorms and intense heat. Captain Adam Brown from Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, told NPR that the process is both a race for time and a delicate balancing act every time We move something. Rock boulder, a piece of metal It changes the whole dynamic of the entire pile of rubble. But it is a a very unsafe thing to do so we do have to take our time, Brown says. Until told Otherwise. This remains a rescue operation. Jasmine Garza NPR NEWS SURFSIDE, Florida The cause of the collapse remains under investigation, but the focus is on structural problems identified in a three year old engineer's report released by suicide city officials. President Biden is set to leave the White House in about an hour to make another push for his massive infrastructure proposal. He's traveling to lacrosse, Wisconsin today. His trip. There comes less than a week after the administration and a group of bipartisan senators reached a tentative agreement as NPR's Scott Detroit reports the president and several moderate senators hash together a proposal that includes a half trillion dollars in new infrastructure spending. Biden is hoping the Senate and House passed that with votes from both parties. So they are. Biden is trying to court moderates and conservatives. But at the same time, Biden wants Democrats To pass a second massive multi trillion dollar measure. With proposals Biden set aside to reach the first deal. That means making sure moderate and progressive Democrats are on board. Over the weekend, Biden had to walk back a threat that he would veto the first measure if the second larger bill doesn't pass to Scott Detroit. NPR NEWS The White House major highway in Colorado has reopened after a series of mudslides forced it to close Colorado public radio Stina Sieg Interstate 70 fully reopened in western Colorado Monday night after prolonged closures on Saturday and.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Left the labor force, potentially setting back their careers beyond the current crisis. I'm making McCarty Carino from marketplace. One more thing on the actual jobs data adhering to the policy of this program that if we stop talking about this stuff, we're gonna stop talking about it. White unemployment 6% last month black unemployment 9.9%. Virus. As I believe I've said a time or two on this show and his, Neela said about three minutes ago is in charge of this economy right now. So who gets the vaccine for it? And when is gonna have a lot to do with how this economy goes among the slices of this economy that lost the most jobs last month? Restaurants and travel and leisure. So it's of note that in Washington, D. C next month, restaurant workers move up in the vaccine line marketplaces Jasmine Garza has that one. Listen, Layne bartenders at several different places in Washington, D C, she says. Even with the pandemic, raging patrons waiting for food and drink, recited that it was okay to take off your mask. If you're sitting down at this table, it's like OK, so the virus stops if you're sitting down, which puts servers like her at risk many times a day, she says. Vaccinating restaurant workers. It definitely is an acknowledgment that restaurant workers are important and we are often exposed to disease without any health insurance and vaccines won't just protect the health of workers. They could be key to rebuilding the health of the restaurant industry. More than 100,000 restaurants have closed temporarily or for good since the pandemic began. Hundreds of thousands of restaurant workers have lost their jobs and millions of people have stopped eating out. William Wheaton is an economist at M. I T. He says. Good at the restaurant industry. It is really hard for city destroyed. That's that's you know, Half the reason people live in cities, Saeko CV heads up Restaurant Opportunities centers, United and advocacy group, he says. The health of people handling our food is critical to combat in the pandemic. We have always considered Restaurant workers. You know, health care as a public health issue, so the DC audience is something that is a very exciting news for us. CB says he hopes other cities and states will follow DC's lead. I'm Jasmine Garza for marketplace. Coming up. It's turned from one need to another need. And so I don't see. I don't think bartering will ever go out. Get by in this pandemic economy, but first Just do the numbers down. Industrials Up 56 today 1/10 Percent 31,000 and 97, the NASDAQ added. 134 points 1% 13,002 01 It should be. 500 found. 20 points about a half percent 38 24 for the five days going by. Remember, we talked about disconnects on this program yesterday, The Dow up 1.6%, the NASDAQ ascended 2.4%, the S and P. 500 Rose 1.8% Visor says it's Coben vaccine appears to be effective. Against new variants of the virus, not peer. Reviewed, though Fizer up 2/10 percent German partner beyond Tech or by on tech, The CEO says you can say it either way back down more than 7%. You're listening. The marketplace marketplace is supported by G E P. Helping build resilience supply chains with strategy, Manage services and AI based Cloud native software.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Left the labor force, potentially setting back their careers beyond the current crisis. I'm making McCarty Carino from marketplace. One more thing on the actual jobs data adhering to the policy of this program that if we stop talking about this stuff, we're gonna stop talking about it. White unemployment 6% last month black unemployment 9.9%. The virus. As I believe I've said a time or two on this show and his, Neela said about three minutes ago is in charge of this economy right now. So who gets the vaccine for it? And when He's gonna have a lot to do with how this economy goes among the slices of this economy that lost the most jobs last month. Restaurants and travel and leisure. So it's of note that in Washington, D. C next month, restaurant workers move up in the vaccine line marketplaces Jasmine Garza has that one. Listen, Layne bartenders at several different places in Washington, D C. She says. Even with the pandemic raging patrons waiting for food and drink decided that it was okay to take off your mask. If you're sitting down on the table It's like OK, so the virus stops If you're sitting down, which puts servers like her at risk many times a day, she says. Vaccinating restaurant workers. It definitely is an acknowledgment that restaurant workers are important and we are often exposed to disease without any health insurance. Vaccines won't.

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"jasmine garza" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jasmine garza" Discussed on KCRW

"Labor force, potentially setting back their careers beyond the current crisis. I'm making McCarty Carino from marketplace. One more thing on the actual jobs data adhering to the policy of this program that if we stop talking about this stuff, we're gonna stop talking about it. White unemployment 6% last month black unemployment 9.9%. Virus. As I believe I've said a time or two on this show and his, Neela said about three minutes ago is in charge of this economy right now. So who gets the vaccine for it? And when is gonna have a lot to do with how this economy goes among the slices of this economy that lost the most jobs last month? Restaurants and travel and leisure. So it's of note that in Washington, D. C next month, restaurant workers move up in the vaccine line marketplaces Jasmine Garza has that one. Listen, Layne bartenders at several different places in Washington, D C, she says. Even with the pandemic, raging patrons waiting for food and drink decided that it was okay to take off your mask. If you're sitting down at this table, it's like OK, so the virus stops if you're sitting down, which puts servers like her at risk many times a day, she says. Vaccinating restaurant workers. It definitely is an acknowledgment that restaurant workers are important and we are often exposed to disease without any health insurance and vaccines won't just.

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