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New boost for minority businesses in underserved communities
"As a new boost for minority businesses in the deep South, struggling because of the pandemic. CBS's Jim Krystle, a explains it's being called the Deep South Economic Mobility Collaborative, a corporation that runs a Mississippi based credit union will provide up to $130 million in loans to small, minority owned businesses in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, It will partner with seven cities and nine historically black colleges and universities. In the outreach at CBS's Jim Carcela and the goal there is to address economic disparities in areas of the deep South that have been long gripped by poverty
"jim carcela" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer saying that that could happen right around eight o'clock The unrest has prompted changes by some airlines. As we hear from CBS's Jim Carcela, United American and Alaska Airlines are warning flight crews to stay out of Washington, D C. They're also moving crews to hotels in suburban areas. The airlines did something similar on Election Day, and the airlines say they will keep monitoring the situation in the capitalist they work to keep their flight crews safe. Right now. A curfew is in effect in the nation's capital. Still seeing crowds of the president's supporters out there, they have been pushed away from the nation's capital. I should say, rather, the Capitol building the entire complex. They're ah, large circle of law enforcement surrounding the Capitol building as lawmakers Prepare for what is expected to be a very long night, continuing that electoral college tally now coming up in just a couple moments. We're going to have an extended special support a report from ABC News. ABC is Aaron Could trust People go through everything that happened today? What's happening right now in the nation's capital? Stay right here at WBC news radio. We have got you covered for the rest of the night. Starting at eight o'clock. Of course, we've got Dan Ray, now to ABC News. Alex is an ABC News. Special Chaos at the capital from ABC News headquarters here is correspondent Erin Peterson. Good evening. We have never seen this before. Armed protesters, Americans storming the United States Capitol breaking windows on their way into the Senate and House chambers, forcing lawmakers into secure rooms. Confederate flag waving inside the Capitol, a woman shot in the halls of Congress. It began today is a rally on the other side of the National Mall Save America. It was called President Trump addressed. The crowd urged the demonstrators to go to the capital, telling them you'll never take back our country with weakness. You'll have to show strength and you have to be strong. Less than an hour later.
Colorado National Guardsman diagnosed with Covid-19 variant
"Well, first it was Colorado announced last night. And just like that, we've got another case of that UK variant of the coronavirus. California Governor Gavin Newsom with the new were informed that this new variant this new strain That we have identified obviously from the United Kingdom. There's some other parts of the globe, identified in Colorado yesterday has been identified here in the state of California. He was on a conference with Dr Anthony Fauci when he broke that news today. Now this coming on the heels of last night's disclosure, as I mentioned that one man, possibly two in Colorado, may have come in contact with somebody. At a small nursing home just outside Denver. Correspondent Jim Carcela has more. The two new covert 19 variant cases have been identified in Colorado. Dr. Rachel Herlihy is the state's epidemiologist. Both of these cases are Colorado National Guard personnel who were deployed to support staffing at the Good Samaritan Society Nursing Home in similar Colorado. The two National Guardsmen were deployed to the small town nursing home outside Denver. December 23rd. This is the thing everybody's talking about. At least one of the men said that he had not traveled and certainly had been to the UK with that variant is quite prevalent, so they're wondering if somebody at the nursing home has it and how many others are affected.
Kansas mayor resigns after threats over mask mandate: "I do not feel safe"
"Kansas has quit her job after getting death threats for voting in favor of a mask mandate here. CBS News correspondent Jim Carcela choice Warshaw has resigned immediately as mayor of Dodge City, Kansas. Because of phone and email threats she's received after publicly supporting a mask mandate for Shaw says Despite the threats she doesn't regret voting in favor of the masked bandit, which was approved by the City Council in the community of 27,000 by a 4 to 1 vote in mid November.
"jim carcela" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"So this is this is the stall trick for me. On Capitol Hill. Congress is closer to reaching a deal on coronavirus relief. CBS is Diane King Hall. Congressional leaders are still hammering out details on a new coronavirus relief package, and today of another round of stimulus payments for Americans is back on the table. With that addition, lawmakers are reportedly stripping out aid for state and local governments. US. Retail sales fell 1.1% last month brittle analyst Ken Perkins says it goes hand in hand with lack of stimulus help from the government. We've been concerned that the lack of stimulus, which ran out for millions, Americans at the end of July, begin to weigh on retail sales. This looks to finally have caught up with consumers. One of the country's largest meat processors, has taken disciplinary action against some plant managers. Correspondent Jim Carcela tells us why Tyson Foods says it aspired seven manager said that huge pork processing plant in Waterloo, Iowa, the move comes after an investigation into claims they placed bets on how many workers would be sickened by Corona virus. And outbreak at the plant left several workers dead and hundreds infected with the virus. Officials in Alaska's say health care worker had an adverse reaction to visors vaccine within minutes of receiving a shot yesterday. She was then taken to the ER for treatment and was kept in the hospital overnight. They say she's doing better today. Ah Chinese Lunar capsule has just returned to Earth with the first fresh samples of rock and debris from the moon in more than 40 years more from our Steve Futterman these air the first moon rocks brought back to Earth since 1976 capsule continue. The lunar sample landed in a remote part of China early this morning. Ah Chinese lunar probe landed on the moon two weeks ago. It then collected around £4 of Moon rocks. Send dirt. Scientists believe these samples are billions of years younger than previous samples brought back to Earth by the U. S and Soviet Union and could provide new insight. At the close. The Dow lost 45 Today. NASDAQ goes up 63 S and P gained six. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you want the ability to adjust your loan options in real time rocket can need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can Sitting down. How's your posture? Did you to shift in your seat on the move? Or you strutting her Shuffling time to change it up? Raise both arms. If you're ready to say goodbye to anything that holds you back..
"jim carcela" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Right. Thanks. Kelly Coronavirus. Very latest news. 93.1 kfbk. Americans air packing into airports ahead of Thanksgiving despite CDC recommendations against traveling during the pandemic. Anastasia Smith is one of these travelers. We just felt like, okay, well, it doesn't seem like it's getting any better. So I mean minds. Well, just tried to this have a little bit of fun without Getting six other Transportation Security Administration says it's screened over two million people at the nation's airports on Friday and Saturday. That's much less than the amount who traveled on the same Friday and Saturday of last year, of course, but it shows many Americans are going through with her Thanksgiving Day travel plans despite the coronavirus Now. On Thursday, the CDC warned against holiday air travel as the number of cove in 19 cases. Continues to surge across the U. S. Three. Major airlines reported a decline in bookings after that announcement, but they are still bracing for the busiest week since the pandemic began. The owner and workers at Ohio restaurant that voluntarily closed because of the surge in Corona virus got quite a shock. Recently, CBS News correspondent Jim Carcela has more Brendan Ring, and the four employees working Sunday brunch at his restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio, could hardly believe their eyes. A customer who ordered a $7 beer left a $3000 tip on the receipt Ring Road on Facebook. He ran after the man who said the tip was not a mistake and that he would be back to the restaurant called Night Town. The top leader of CVS Pharmacy, says those most vulnerable in the Corona virus will get the vaccine. First. Our first involvement in terms of administering the vaccine will be involved term care facilities. On CBS's face, The Nation CEO Larry Merlot added. More than 25,000 long term care facilities have chosen CBS to provide the vaccine. Now merlots comments come in his final months of CEO was he prepares to step down and that's early next year. Now let's find out what's coming up tomorrow on the cave became morning news with Corentin, Kristina Matanza and Sam Shane. Tomorrow morning psychedelic drugs could they treat mental health illnesses? That's tomorrow morning. All right. We look forward to that. Just ahead on the kfbk afternoon news, the top stories, traffic and weather Plus, we're gonna go in depth. The latest news as we're learning about a vaccine that's 90% effective going to take a deeper look at that. Coming up on news. 93.1 kfbk love everywhere on the I Heart radio app. News radio from California's capital City. My heart radio station news 93.1 Kfbk is available everywhere with the I. Heart radio.
"jim carcela" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I mean, look at this. Then you have thousands of people across the street that couldn't get in. They couldn't get in. His next rally was in the Lancaster area, Then he's scheduled took him to El Tuna. Joe Biden visited a voter activation center in Chester, Pennsylvania this afternoon and spoke with reporters when asked his reaction to White House plans to hold an event this evening to celebrate Amy Cockney barrettes expected confirmation to the Supreme Court. Don't blame me for celebrating. There's a lot of things we could be doing having massive crowds, but the fact is that it's just not appropriate. The State Health Department says the two day total of covert 19 cases today is 3073. That's 1666 new cases reported yesterday. 1407 new cases today the statewide total since the pandemic started is now over. 195,000 There were 12 new deaths reported yesterday seven today the pandemic total statewide now at 8673 deaths Today's covert 19 report from Allegheny County has 177 new cases No additional deaths in the last 48 hours combined rate of positivity have confirmed and probable cases from 2416 test is 7.3%. The testing was done between October 15th and yesterday. Social media scams are skyrocketing during the cove in 19 pandemic here, CBS's Jim Carcela. If you've fallen victim to a scam on social media, you certainly aren't alone. The Federal Trade Commission says more people are reporting losing money to scams on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter, among others. Complaints more than tripled in the past year, with a sharp increase in the second quarter of 2020. FTC says people reported losing $117 million in online scams. In just the first six months of this year, compared to 134 million for all of 2019 Jim Krystle, a CBS new stock market had its worst day in a month as virus cases surge and help for the economy from Washington remains nowhere in sight. On Wall Street for intelligence says the Dow closed down 650 points at 6 27,085. NASDAQ was down 1 89 the SNP down 64 in Monday night. Football..
Titans players held off-site workout after their facility closed due to COVID-19 outbreak
"Has been hit with more Corona virus cases. The Tennessee Titans won't be returning to the team's training facility as expected today after two more players tested positive for covert 1922 players and support staff have gotten Corona virus and the NFL's first covert 19 outbreak. The latest cases could force a delay of Tennessee scheduled game Sunday against Buffalo. That's CBS's Jim Carcela. Vice
Top US immunologist quits health role over Trump's COVID-19 response
"Abruptly quit today. CBS is Jim Carcela. Dr Rick Bride, a high ranking government whistle blower, who sharply criticized The Trump Administration's handling of Corona virus, has resigned, saying he was forced out. Bright was sidelined at the National Institutes of Health, where he had been transferred this spring after being kicked out as head of a bio defense agency president Trump Shutdown
"jim carcela" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Remnants are now pushing into Georgia and the Carolinas. New statistics are further evidence of the nation's obesity crisis. CBS News correspondent Jim Carcela has the story. The US adult obesity rate now stands at nearly 42 a half percent. It's the first time the national rate has passed the 40% mark. The national adult obesity rate has increased by 26%. Since 2008. Mississippi has the highest adult obesity rate in the country at 41%, Colorado has the lowest at 24%. Rates of childhood obesity are also rising with nearly 20% of young people ages 2 to 19 considered Obese Jim Krystle is CBS knows New Jersey's governor, Phil Murphy, says he's reached a deal with lawmakers to increase taxes on residents who earn more than a million dollars a year, part of an effort to help middle and lower income families hit hard by the pandemic. Under this plan, those who make between one and $5 million we'll see a tax increase of about 2%. That money, he says, will help fund $500 rebate checks for more than 800,000 families. The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to 860,000 drop of 33,000 from the week before. Still, the total reflects the long term economic damage of pandemic shutdowns. Labor Department also says 12.6 million people are getting traditional unemployment benefits. That number is down 900,000 on Wall Street today, half until it's in, says the Dow. Closed down 130 points at 27,009 01, the NASDAQ Down 140 points and the S and P Down 28. In sports pirates are back home hosting the Cardinal's Tonight at the U. S. Open. Justin Thomas shot a 65 for the lowest round ever in the U. S. Open at wing foot Patrick Reed in second place. Rory McIlroy was another shot back at three under. Tiger Woods finished with a double bogey ending up three over at 73..
Virus death toll linked to Maine wedding grows to 7
"Toll from a Corona virus outbreak linked to a New England wedding continues to increase, CBS News correspondent Jim Carcela reports. The public health authorities say the death toll from a covert 19 outbreak linked to a wedding in Maine has grown to five. There have been more than 175 confirmed cases from the August wedding at the Big Moose in In Millinocket, the event of violated state Kuroda virus restrictions.
"jim carcela" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Donna Rosa. We sort of saw it. Coming s O. We had done some preparations by way of a solar generator. Already more than two million acres have burned this year in California wildfires in Washington state. Nearly 80% of the homes in the town of Maldon were destroyed by a fast moving fire. Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers. We tried to get the word out as much as possible. Get people evacuated. Get people out of the way. But this this came through like a like a jet plane. Really? Just You're right through here. And in Colorado, where a massive fire is burning and Larimer County Snow is in the forecast. KCNC TVs Rick Salinger reports A lot of hopes are riding on that thousands of people. Or out of their homes, including some of them here in this evacuation center, hoping and praying that this cold front But snow arrives before the flames. Many Americans headed to the beach is over the holiday weekend despite Corona virus restrictions and the threat of severe weather for some hotel owners like Tom Din Tail in North Carolina that brought some welcome relief even slam just about every day 80% full Most every day and on the weekends were definitely 100%. Full. Health officials are worried about another spike in Corona virus cases after the Labor Day holiday, much like we saw after Memorial Day. That's especially a concern at universities. Penn State President Eric Barron in a message to students right now. Key to Penn State. Staying open is the behavior of every single one of us. Jim Carcela has more on what another school is doing to deal with more cases. Administrators at West Virginia University of Cancelled in person classes on the campus in Morgantown through at least September. 25th. Nearly all undergraduate class is air moving online because of a rapidly spreading corona virus outbreak among students. Sunday, The university placed nearly 30 students on interim suspension amid what was called ongoing covert 19 investigations. Jim Krystle CBS do with Labor Day The political campaigning was in full gear. President Trump held a news conference at the White House, hinting a Corona virus vaccine could come before Election Day and we get the vaccine early. That's a great thing, whether it's politics or not. Joe Biden was in Pennsylvania, criticizing the Trump administration's response to the pandemic in toward 200,000 above 200,000 range of people have died from Covina. And, uh, so has no plan. Kamala Harris was in Wisconsin, as was vice president Pence a key swing state..
"jim carcela" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the so called peaceful protest, we have Lukashenko, who's been empowered now for 26 years, calling the strikes in significant declaring he will not cave to the pressure. And at 507, a billboard devoted to a woman fatally shot by police in Kentucky has been targeted by Vandals. Your CBS's Jim Carcela, someone threw red paint on one of 26 billboards that include a picture of brown, a tailor. They were erected ended around Louisville, Kentucky by Oprah Winfrey earlier this month. The billboards feature call to action, demanding that police involved in the killing of the 26 year old African American woman to be arrested and charged. Taylor, Louisville paramedic was fatally shot when police broke into our apartment with a no knock warrant in mid March. Jim Krystle, a CBS News and a former Providence police recruit, who's black, suing the department, now saying he endured race based harassment and humiliation at the police academy before he was avenged. We kicked out the U and the federal lawsuit claiming Michael Clark was the on ly recruit, subjected to repeated stun gun shocks, shocks letting him leaving him bleeding with skin burns during a training exercise, Clark is seeking damages and retraining of academy instructors. No comment from Providence Police. Five away time for Bloomberg Business Here's and Rhodey I'm in us trying to trade worries, but also strong earnings reports. It was a loss for the Dow today Down 67 but a new record high for the S and P 500 up eight first record in six months. The NASDAQ put another light on its string of recent records, ending up 81 points today. Just finished quarter was big for the world's biggest store chain. WalMart Road the strong wave of its grocery business and watch it's online orders nearly double sales inside stores jumped more than 9% beating Analystsforecasts. But Wal Mart says sales weakened toward the end of last quarter. As those federal stimulus track. Scott mostly used up and it's morning that a strong performance will be harder to come. By this quarter shares ended down almost a half percent. Andrew wrote a Bloomberg business on W. B z Boston's news radio. What do you think of W. B? C news radio?.
"jim carcela" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"This is CBS News on the hour, sponsored by Nitze on that Piper in New York for the second time in just over a week. A Republican official who was set to meet with President Trump during a visit to their state has come down with the Corona virus, CBS's Steve Futterman says. This time, it's Ohio's governor. Justus President Trump lands there. Mike DeWine was set to greet President Trump in Cleveland. Part of the protocol for those who meet with the president is to take a covert 19 test. The 73 year old governor took the test and it came back positive. DeWine's office says he is showing no signs of any corona virus symptoms. The wine who has been a strong advocate of wearing masks, is now returning to Columbus, the state Capitol, where he will quarantine for the next 14 days. The news comes shortly after health officials in Ohio say dozens of establishments could've helped spread the virus. CBS's Jim Carcela, according to contact, tracing at least 50 bars and restaurants across Ohio, have been linked to corrode. The virus outbreaks since July 1st. That's six times more than any other locations. That prompted Ohio Governor Mike DeWine to sign an emergency order ending liquor sales. State White at 10 PM School continues to be top of mind for many parents, Whitney Reddick, teacher and Jackson out of Florida, wrote her own obituary as she prepares to head back later this month. She read it aloud. Today she fought with vigor for things she believed in. She stood up for ingested embrace. There's her different from her and truly listened when spoken to hundreds of thousands remain without power after Tropical Storm Isa he us earlier this week, states of emergencies have been declared. Just speed up the process. This woman lives in New Canaan, Connecticut. They had 3 to 5 day like that's what we're getting.
"jim carcela" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting on that Piper in New York for the second time in just over a week. A Republican official who was sets of meet with President Trump during a visit to their state has come down with the Corona virus, CBS's Steve Futterman says. This time, it's Ohio's governor. Just this President Trump lands there. Mike DeWine was set to greet President Trump in Cleveland. Part of the protocol for those who meet with the president is to take a covert 19 tests. The 73 year old governor took the test and they came back positive. The Wine's office says he is showing no signs of any Corona virus symptoms. The wine who has been a strong advocate of wearing masks, is now returning to Columbus, the state Capitol, where he will quarantine for the next 14 days. The news comes shortly after health officials in Ohio say dozens of establishments could've helped spread the virus. CBS's Jim Carcela, according to contact, tracing at least 50 bars and restaurants across Ohio, have been linked to grow. The virus outbreaks since July 1st. That's six times more than any other locations. That prompted Ohio Governor Mike DeWine to sign an emergency order ending liquor sales statewide at 10 PM school continues to be top of mind for many parents. Whitney Reddick teacher in Jackson out of Florida, wrote her own obituary as she prepares to head back later this month. She read it aloud. Today she fought with vigor for things she believed in. She stood up for injustice embrace. There's her different from her and truly listened when spoken to hundreds of thousands remain without power after tropical storm Asahi, US earlier this week, states of emergencies have been declared to speed up the process. This woman lives in New Canaan, Connecticut, 3 to 5 days like.
"jim carcela" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Piper in New York for the second time in just over a week. A Republican official who was set to meet with President Trump during a visit to their state has come down with the Corona virus, CBS's Steve Futterman says. This time, it's Ohio's governor. Justice President Trump lands there. Mike DeWine was set to greet President Trump in Cleveland. Part of the protocol for those who meet with the president is to take a covert 19 test. The 73 year old governor took the test and it came back positive. DeWine's office says he is showing no signs of any corona virus symptoms. The wine who has been a strong advocate of wearing masks, is now returning to Columbus, the state Capitol, where he will quarantine for the next 14 days. The news comes shortly after health officials in Ohio say dozens of establishments could've helped spread the virus. CBS's Jim Carcela, according to contact, tracing at least 50 bars and restaurants across Ohio, have been linked to corrode. The virus outbreaks since July 1st. That's six times more than any other locations. That prompted Ohio Governor Mike DeWine to sign an emergency order ending liquor sales. State White at 10 PM School continues to be top of mind for many parents, Whitney Reddick, teacher and Jackson out of Florida, wrote her own obituary as she prepares to head back later this month. She read it aloud. Today she fought with vigor for things. She believed it. She stood up for injustice embrace. There's her different from her and truly listened when spoken to hundreds of thousands remain without power after tropical storm Asahi, US earlier this week, states of emergencies have been declared to speed up the process. This woman lives in New Canaan, Connecticut, They said. 3 to 5 day like that's what we're getting.
"jim carcela" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Your home for original reporting on that Piper in New York for the second time in just over a week. A Republican official who was sets of meet with President Trump during a visit to their state has come down with the Corona virus, CBS's Steve Futterman says. This time, it's Ohio's governor. Justice President Trump lands there. Mike DeWine was set to greet President Trump in Cleveland. Part of the protocol for those who meet with the president is to take a covert 19. Test, the 73 year old governor took the test and it came back positive. DeWine's office says he is showing no signs of any corona virus symptoms. The wine who has been a strong advocate of wearing masks, is now returning to Columbus, the state Capitol, where he will quarantine for the next 14 days. The news comes shortly after health officials in Ohio say dozens of establishments could've helped spread the virus. CBS's Jim Carcela, according to contact, tracing at least 50 bars and restaurants across Ohio have been Linked to Corona virus outbreaks since July 1st. That's six times more than any other locations. That prompted Ohio Governor Mike DeWine designed an emergency order ending liquor sales. State White at 10 PM School continues to be top of mind for many parents, Whitney Reddick teacher in Jacksonville, Florida, wrote her own obituary as she prepares to head back later this month. She read it aloud. Today she fought with vigor for things she believed in. She stood up for injustice embrace. There's her different from her and truly listened when spoken to hundreds of thousands remain without power after Tropical Storm Isa he us earlier this week, states of emergencies have been declared to speed up the process. This woman lives in New Canaan, Connecticut, They said. 3 to 5 days like that's what we're getting word.
"jim carcela" Discussed on WTOP
"Are 1 £49 this weekend giant I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. Firestorm team forced another hot and humid summer day in the Washington area, partly to mostly cloudy today and a Sprinkle of rain here through the next couple of hours and the chance for a thunderstorm or two mil and later parts of the afternoon. Not a big, severe weather chance today, thankfully, but rain certainly 60% chance. High temperatures today mainly in the low nineties. Tomorrow your Friday be a little bit cloudier and a smidgen cooler high Tomorrow 89 40% chance of a few showers on your Friday and then hot and sunny and dry for the weekend. I'm storm team for meteorologist. Check Bell for w T o p And right now, here in Washington. Under partly cloudy skies, temperature has reached 90 degrees will be in the low nineties. For later today, 1 51 now a main Hope motel is offering It would be guests a special incentive during the covert 19 pendant Bell would resort hotel in coastal Wells main will reimburse newly arriving guests for the cost of up to two covert 19 drive through rapid test at a nearby hospital. That's $50 per person per room with a minimum three nights. State. Results of those Corona virus test are usually available in about 15 minutes. That a CBS News correspondent Jim Carcela, guilty on all but one count in a military court for a Naval academy midshipman charged with sex crimes in three incidents dating back to 2018 and 2019 military prosecutors said. In each case, Nixon key goes victims were intoxicated and asleep at the time of the assault. Keigo is being sentenced today..
"jim carcela" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"You'll continue straight through the Haltom City. I'm Julian Rogers next report at 12 28 and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. On like Julian mentioned We knew him some rain coming down right at 30 and 6 35 In Mesquite. This rain in western Kaufman County, a little west, the Kaufman Pretty heavy. It's actually a thunderstorm cell non severe. Expect Maura this as we go through the afternoon into the evening hours. I have a son down high today. Lower nineties for new spray dot com. It's 87. No matter when you get in the car were the only station that brings you news, Traffic and weather all day news Radio, 10 80 k. R. Whose word today that the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services and Fizer have agreed to. Ah, huge deal and hopes have quickly developing AH, covert 19 vaccine. Let's bring in CBS news correspondent Jim Carcela. He is live on the K r LD news line, Jim. Good afternoon. Hi, Chris. Good to talk to you again. Yeah, This is pretty important information. I think pretty big news. Fizer, hoping to deliver sometime in December by December, the first of the 100 million doses of a covert 19 vaccine. The pharmaceutical companies working to develop another 500 million cases potentially would be under the agreement. This company has signed with the U. S government at this point Can this be taken Jim as a good sign that Fizer is making rapid.
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"There are eight new hospitalizations one additional death statewide. There are 1027 new cases and 20 new deaths reported today. The state Department of Health confirms That the those there are 20 new covert 19 deaths in this state, nearly 953,000 negative test results have been recorded. The recovery rate is 75%. Florida now has a dubious distinction when it comes to Corona virus here. CBS's Jim Carcela, Florida Skyrocketing Covert 19 death rate is now the highest in the nation, edging out Texas, which has about 25% more people. Despite that Republican governor Rod the Santis is optimistic. When it comes to Corona virus. We're going to get through it. I think we are on the right right course I think we will continue to see improvements The past week Florida has averaged 115 Culver deaths today. The daily average a month ago was 33. Jim Krystle, a CBS News president, Trump has signed a memorandum today that seeks to bar people in the U. S illegally for being counted in congressional reapportionment move that drew immediate criticism from Democratic officials. The Supreme Court blocked the administration's effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census form. With a majority, saying the administration's rationale for the citizenship question to help enforce voting rights appeared to be contrived. The president said in the memorandum that he had determined that respect for the law and protection of the integrity of the democratic process wore the exclusion of those living in the U. S illegally from the apportionment base. On Wall Street right now have fertility and says the Dow is up 300 points at 9 26,081 NASDAQ is down six points. The S and P is up 23. In sports. Pirates lost last night's exhibition game at Cleveland Final..
"jim carcela" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Right lanes down with an accident. L. A is bumper to bumper wrecked the Cambridge stick with the West Side Highway looking much better. Our next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS Our forecast from meteorologist Daniel Little partly cloudy this evening then we'll wind up mostly cloudy at times later on tonight, Low 68 lower in mid sixties, though, as you move into some of the online areas. Tomorrow. Clouds and some intervals of sunshine with a high near 80 tomorrow night will be being coming. Mohr humid with a shower or thunderstorm around the area later on tonight, Low 68 Unlimited son for Friday with a shower or thunderstorm around Heisey, Andy or 80 degrees. It's 71 degrees in Danbury, 73 in Somerville had 72 in Central Park with a southerly eight mile an hour breeze at 9 40 WCBS. As the White House pushes her schools to reopen this fall. Top Republican lawmakers are pushing for federal dollars to help CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey has more from Washington. The exact spending details of a Republican proposal for a final Corona virus spending package are unclear, but majority leader Mitch McConnell says it should help schools reopen mob you is the next package that we develop ought to be Geared toward doing everything we possibly can to make it possible for the kid to be back in school, Democrats are more focused on funding a national testing strategy and workplace protections. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington Thousands of daycare centers have reopened in the country. Some are already reporting trouble. CBS News correspondent Jim Carcela, Kentucky health officials are concerned about the growing number of Children five and younger testing positive for covert 19 that includes a four month old this week. Maybe tolls operates a large daycare connected to the University of Kentucky and Lexington is extremely concerning our staff members love the Children like they were their own, so they they take this to heart. A covert 19 outbreak has prompted the Oh zing.
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"When schools will re open in his state, not the president. If it's not safe for my child, it's not safe for your child. So we'll get the data and we'll make that decision in August. CBS's Jim Carcela has an update on an outbreak of covert 19 in one Southern state House. The number of Corona virus cases linked to an outbreak at the Mississippi capital in Jackson has grown to 36 that includes 26 legislators, the state's Republican speaker of the House and Republican lieutenant governor. Have both tested positive for Cove in 19. Many politicians ignored recommendations. Toe wear a mask inside the Mississippi capital. In recent weeks since the covert crisis began, CBS's Jeff Piggies reports that many Asian Americans have been targeted by racial slurs and physical attacks. MIDLAND, Texas In March a hate crime attack their left a man and his two year old with knife wounds across their faces. In April in New York, a man poured acid on an Asian American woman from China. I need to know there have been more than 2000 reports in the US of discrimination and harassment aimed at Asian Americans since mark the Supreme Court is expected to rule on Thursday whether President Trump must turn over his tax and financial records. CBS is Steve Dorsey. Reports from Washington. President Trump has long blocked the release of his financial records, including tax returns, saying he's been the subject of a long running audit. Now the Supreme Court could decide if and how much information should be turned over to a New York City grand jury and Democratic led House committees who have subpoenaed Mr Trump's accounting in bank records. A couple of developing stories were watching at least one person is dead, another injured after a violent tornado touched down near Asbury, Minnesota. Rescuers in California will resume their search at first light for missing actress Naya Rivera, the 33 year old Glee star last seen on a boat in like Peru, Ventura County on Thursday..
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"Support for the state's lock down orders remains high and as the number of Corona virus cases rise So do mask orders, with New Jersey, becoming the latest to require they be worn outside when social distancing is not possible. CBS News update. He wants to reopen America's schools despite Corona virus worries and President Trump threatened to hold back federal money of school districts do not bring their students back in the fall. He said his own public health officials, safety guidelines are impractical and too expensive. We want to learn In the classroom, so our schools we want him open in the fall more from correspondent Paula read. This is significant because up Until now, the administration has largely deferred to local leaders to make decisions about reopening amid the Corona virus pandemic. Yesterday. The president said he is going to directly put pressure on governors today he threatened to cut funding for anyone who does not push to reopen. Schools. Correspondent Jim Carcela says some schools have to tackle the issue of sports. The eight prestigious Ivy League schools have cancelled all fall sports because of the Cove in 19 pandemic decision on winter sports, is expected later this month. CBS News update. Amat Piper. Hey. CBS NEWS time. 7 32 SC Oakland Unified School District works on a reopening plan for the fall, Teachers are urging school officials to keep the doors closed, at least for now. Okay. CBS's Carrie, who dissect has more from a car caravan outside East Oakland. Pride Elementary driver's honking their horns, posted signs on their windows that red protect our Children and I refused to return. Teacher Naomi Katz says she doesn't feel safe going back to the classroom because of the recent spike.