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"jim chris sula" Discussed on WTOP
"The storm system will head out to sea Wednesday will be breezy highs of being the upper 40s to near 50 then increasing clouds on Thursday ahead of a warm front highs will be in the low to mid 40s but then we're going to get into the 50s if not 60° Christmas Eve during the day and on Christmas Saturday 43° of manassas right now 39 in gaitersburg 41 at Washington Regan national All right thanks Matt brought to you by dulles glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com dulles glass love your glass It's three 51 There is a new push from The White House for vehicles to be more energy efficient It's seen as a major step to deal with climate change The Biden administration is raising vehicle mileage status to significantly reduce missions of planet warming greenhouse gases There would be an industry wide target of 40 miles per gallon by 2026 That CBS News correspondent Jim Chris sula the proposal is a major increase from the 32 mile per gallon standard for 2026 sat by the Trump administration The dulles greenway is privately owned you can choose to drive it and pay the toll or take another free but perhaps more crowded route However some local state legislators say it's time for a change Virginia lawmakers will consider a plan that would reduce current toll costs and create distance based pricing for drivers who use the greenway Delegate David Reed and senator Jennifer boysko felt introduced the bill in January that would say that operations and tolls on the greenway are in the public interest They say right now the green way is the only privately owned toll road in Virginia and requested increases often exceed the cost of inflation The CEO of the greenway tells WTP they support distance based pricing and welcome the chance to work with state lawmakers V dot and loudon county The log can stay in double you TLP news Well there's big disappointment for people who spend a lot of time on one of the nation's busiest highways the ten mile extension of I 95 express lanes to Fredericksburg will not be completed by next fall A $565 million project was expected to be finished by next October but The Washington Post reports the project is behind schedule because of a dispute over soil conditions The Virginia Department of Transportation until operators trans urban say it's going to take longer to finish those lanes but they did not give a new end date Late night TV host Trevor Noah is suing his doctor and a hospital in New York City He alleges their negligence caused him to sustain permanent severe and grievous injuries He says the hospital for special surgery along with doctor Riley Williams failed to properly diagnose his illness and condition he also says they failed to refer him to specialists with proper skill in training to treat his illness and negligently performed exams and surgery His unclear just what injury or illness Noah suffered Stay with W TOP this afternoon Yeah coming up in the next hour the rise in the COVID cases is forcing the district to make some changes including bringing back the indoor mask mandate We'll let you know how one of the biggest school systems in our region is dealing with the surge and at four 40 we will be talking actually for ten we'll be talking live with capital hill correspondent Mitchell Miller That's all I had here on WT It's three 53 Let's see what's coming up in money news Some streaming customers get popular channels back I'm John Aaron Atrial fibrillation or A-fib is an irregular heartbeat that if not properly treated can lead to shortness of breath heart failure and stroke Long-standing persistent A-fib is a particularly challenging form of this condition but these patients can be successfully treated with hybrid AF convergent therapy This treatment recently received FDA approval.
"jim chris sula" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And the WSB 24 hour news Center. We have the first public word this afternoon about what was indeed the ransom paid for that cyber attack against the nation's biggest fuel pipeline, which is based on Alvarado, Jim Chris Sula. Reports. Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blunt says the Georgia based company paid $4.4 million in ransom. Hackers after a cyber attack because quote it was the right thing to do for the country. That's according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Blunt says the hacking will cost colonial tens of millions of dollars to restore operations that will take months. 79 degrees on Peachtree Street at 2 31. Channel two action News meteorologist Brad Knits in for Kurt Mello says isolated shower this afternoon high and the low eighties. Atlanta's most accurate, dependable forecast is coming up nation's largest supermarket chain Kroger, ending its mask requirement as of tomorrow for both vaccinated customers and employees. May have noticed this with the grocery already and it's a shortage of workers said North Georgia poultry plants helping Dr Chicken prices higher the worst it's ever been the president of field Dale Farms in northeast Georgia tells the Atlanta Journal Constitution there about 1000 workers short and it's not an isolated problem. Wayne Farms and Pendergrass looks to fill 200 job openings by offering bonus money. In addition to a grueling work environment, poultry processors face stiff competition for blue collar workers from companies such as Amazon with chicken supplies that they're low. Was point in four years. The cost for whole chickens is up 90% from a year ago. Bill Chi Accio 95.5 WSB governor camp has appointed a panel, which will decide whether Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill should be suspended from office He's under indictment is, you know for ordering the abuse of detainees? WSB news time coming up to 2 32 breaking news first and accurate at the top and bottom of every hour every day. 95.5 wsb Atlantis news and talk Neal boards and this is absolutely one of the best things I've ever done for myself, maybe second only to marrying the queen. I went toward him Sai Clinic and got pre Lex surgery. Then threw away every pair off prescription eyeglasses I owned and I started wearing them when I was 5.5 years old. Now I'm strutting around with 2016 vision and some real cool shades. See if you're a candidate for pre Lex surgery would inside dot com. Erich von.
Texas Court to Hear Appeal for Dallas Officer's Murder Conviction
"Hearing today in the case of a former Texas police officer who shot and killed a black man. CBS's Jim Chris Sula. A Texas appeals court today will hear arguments on overturning the conviction of Amber Geiger, the white former Dallas police officer, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. For the 2018 shooting death of a black neighbor in his own apartment. The judges will have to consider whether the evidence was sufficient to prove that are shooting a bottom. John was murdered Dagger claimed she mistook his apartment for her own and thought he was a burglar. U. S
Cat Food Sold In 8 States Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk
"There's been another pet food recall, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula Me L mix brand cat food sold at Wal Mart Stores in eight states is being recalled because it might be contaminated with salmonella £30 bags of mail mix original choice. Dry cat food are involved in the recall. They were shipped to 1100 Wal Mart stores in Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming
Amazon Beats Back Union Effort in Alabama
"The queen. Workers at a giant Amazon warehouse in the south have rejected a bid to unionize. CBS is Jim Chris Sula. The national labor relations Sports is 1800 workers at Amazon's facility and best Summer Alabama near Birmingham voted against a union with nearly 740 voting in favor. 55% of the workers at the warehouse cast ballots in the biggest union pushing Amazons 26 year
"jim chris sula" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Chilly tonight under clear skies will see alot tonight 42 44 Tomorrow Plenty of sunshine will see a high tomorrow 62 to 66 cloudy skies Thursday Thursday will reach a high 61 to 65 I'm AccuWeather's through Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. 57 in Granite Bay, 57 in GALT and 59 in the Garden area. This is the money news now, and Genevieve's Burford and Brothers is now Cap trust. And here is Kelly Brothers. Kpk certified financial planner is just about two weeks ago, GM said they were going to be all evey by 2035 JAG war. British carmaker came out said they're going to be all evey by 2025. That's four years from now. Believe it or not. We'll see which one hits their mark Mariott mourning the loss of their CEO. His name is Arne Sorenson. He died at the age of 62 from pancreatic cancer. He had helped turn Marriott to the biggest hotel. You're in the world with the purchase of Starbird back in, I believe was 2017 passing away on Sunday market overall, pushed around little bit by Government bond yields moving up as a matter of fact, back to where we were pre pandemic. Tao of 64 5 31,022, NASDAQ Down 48 of 14,047, the S and P, down two points. Gold off by 24 Today below $1800 Announced, 10 Year bond yield up to 1.31%. All right, Our thanks to Kelly Brothers for 52 Virus, Very latest Corona virus pandemic kfbk Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Well, the World Health Organization says the pandemic is group created what they're calling a parallel pandemic. Affecting people's mental health. A survey found that adults in the U. S have the highest stress levels since April, and 84% say they are feeling at least one emotion that's associated with prolong stress, such as anxiety, sadness or anger. Psychiatrist, Dr. Sue Varma spoke with CBS this morning. There's a lot of grieving going on. Grieving is not only the things that we lost, but it's also the things that we didn't get to have. We didn't get Tau commemorate important milestones. We didn't get to grieve losses in person during funerals s, so we really need to look at the economic impact as well. And I think that that's really big part of the picture. Dr Varma says it is important to self. Check yourself. If you can look at over the last two weeks to one month, how has removed Ben has removed been lower than usual. Are you experiencing more anxiety than usual? Are you having trouble sleeping? And are you having morbid thoughts that life is not worth living? The hopelessness and the pessimism? That's one thing that I see setting in people. The longer that this goes on. Dr Varma says it's important for the medical community to help people address mental health issues because that, of course, affects a person a person's ability to function and to be Productive in the workforce and the elderly woman in Washington state that went to the extreme to get her code. 19 vaccination. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula has her story friend. Goldman was determined to get a Corona virus vaccine no matter what. The 90 year old Seattle woman walked six miles round trip through heavy snow so she could keep a covert 19 vaccination appointment. She wasn't about to miss the opportunity since she spent hours Trying to sign up for the vaccine. All right. And that is Jim Chris Sula. There. Apparently, she said, she woke up to more than 10 inches of snow, and I don't know before she headed out. But she said was trapped challenging. She just was only five minutes late. And she said that she'd been early. She would have had to wait in her car. She didn't have a car to wait. And so was good. She was little like, all right, coming up on our kids came morning news with Kristina Mandanda and Sam. Shane Kitty. Tomorrow morning on the kfbk. Morning News. Which generation is most bond of the prenuptial agreement. More on that tomorrow morning, all right, and coming up on her afternoon news of voter approved property tax takes effect today We'll tell you about it on news. 93.1 can pick a live everywhere on the I.
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"106,000 new doses a week. That's not a heck of a lot more than we were getting a month ago. The governor says. They need double that, he says. Every week, governors make the same pleas to the Fed for more vaccines, but the numbers haven't changed. And the Springfield bureau John Bay BACK WBZ Boston's news radio, with the second impeachment trial of former president Trump in the rear view mirror. Congressional focus shifts back to President Biden's pandemic stimulus bill, CBS News correspondent Naomi Rockem has the latest. The new stimulus package proposed by the Biden administration could offer the most help to America's poor. Analysis from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy found that the benefits included in the bill would boost incomes for the poorest 20% of Americans by 33% more than $3500 per family. Multiple house committees of approved parts of Democrats $1.9 trillion covert relief plan as the chamber moves to pass the full package by the end of the month. People who've lost their health insurance or looking to get insured. Have more options. Now. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula reports. A new health insurance enrollment period opened today and it will run through May 15th In most states. It's available to people who don't have health insurance through work, and it's expected to make finding a new plan less of a hassle for those who've lost their jobs. President Joe Biden ordered the markets to reopen. Federal health insurance marketplace will be open for three months as more people take to the skies. Airlines still trying to figure out the new normal United is the first U. S airline to offer passengers access to in airport Cove in testing, CBS Transport correspondent Errol Barnett explained. Almost a year into the pandemic. There's still widespread confusion.
"jim chris sula" Discussed on WTOP
"From Anybody about when our turn Woz. It turns out that Safeway called and Safeway was able to say hi. We can come and do a clinic at your facility. Finally, in late January, all but one of Gordon Manners, residents received their first dose of the vaccine. The World Health Organization says it's investigators in Wuhan, China, believe covert 19 most likely entered the human population through an intermediate animal and was not likely leaked from a lab. It's not just kids, new STUDY finds A growing number of adults are opting for some flower seeds spreads. CBS's Jim Chris Sula, nearly five million adults of the U. S have peanut allergies. That's according to a new study that also found about 20% of them developed the allergy after they turned 18. The Northwestern University study also found fewer than a quarter of Children with a peanut allergy will outgrow it by adulthood. There's new research on pollution. Vicki Barker from London Air pollution caused by the burning of such fossil fuels as coal and oil was responsible for one in five deaths in the year. 2018 with a total of 8.7 million deaths worldwide, the British researchers say in places like China, which still burn a lot of coal and oil. That proportion rose to one in three deaths. After a one day delay. The ratings are in fact, there were a little more than 96 million viewers tuned into the Super Bowl on CBS Sunday. Those are the lowest number since 2007 s and P Futures down five. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O P s. 903 And it's Tuesday, the ninth of February cloudy today and maybe a few Sprinkles of rain, too, but warmer highs near 50..
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"Announce it will miss a year a deadline for providing numbers used to allocate congressional seats. The delay could impact President Donald Trump's efforts to exclude people in the country illegally from the count if the figures aren't in before President elect Joe Biden takes office. CBS correspondent Jim Chris Sula, fellow lawmakers are offering condolences to the family of Luke let low. He is the 41 year old Louisiana lawmaker who was said to be sworn into a congressional house seat but died Tuesday of the Corona virus. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana. A doctor who tested positive this year and has since recovered, asked people to remember let Lo's family and spoke on the dangers of the virus, saying quote. It's just just just just brings home covert can kill Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards plans to send voters back to the polls to fill that seat. Probably In March 1 of the restrictions placed on Anna Randall County restaurants offering indoor dining, they will have to engage in contact, tracing the move to allow restaurants in and Randall County to offer. Indoor seating at 25% capacity included the agreement to have restaurants help with contact tracing James King with the Titan restaurant group in Anna Randall County, which initiated the lawsuit to keep restaurants open, said that he could see that issue cutting both ways with customers. People are not gonna feel comfortable giving their first Full information, and I think others may feel like it is a more comfortable, safer way to dine out so that we have that contact rations. James says he's convinced the risks associated with indoor dining can be.
"jim chris sula" Discussed on WTOP
"Second does has started to shift. In the meantime, Colorado announced it will begin to vaccinate seniors over 70 years old Connecticut is expected to announce its vaccination plan next week. There are growing tensions in the Persian Gulf. CBS's David Martin Ah U. S military official says the intelligence indicating Iran his planning an attack against U S forces or interests. Mark the one year anniversary of the killing of custom Sulamani is very real. So the money was Iran's most famous and powerful general. And this weekend will mark one year since he was killed by an American drone strike. Missouri Senator Josh Holly says he will challenge the electoral college results next week when Congress is set to certify the results. CBS is Paula read Holly's objection won't change the outcome, as noted today by the president elect spokeswoman Regardless of whatever answer anyone is up to on January 6 president elect bite It will be sworn in on the 20th. But Holly's move will force both the House and the Senate to vote on whether to accept Mr Biden's victory, putting Republicans in the awkward position of siding with the president or the will of voters. The U. S census results will be delayed. CBS's Jim Chris Sula, the Census Bureau plans to announce it will miss a year a deadline for providing numbers used to allocate congressional seats. The delay could impact President Donald Trump's efforts to exclude people in the country illegally from the count. If Figures aren't in before President elect Joe Biden takes office in the NBA last night, another glass ceiling broken when a woman briefly became head coach Becky Hammon took over for San Antonio's Gregg Popovich. When he was each did honestly, in the moment. I was just trying to win the game. I I say this a lot. But I try not to think about the huge picture in the huge aspect of it because it can get overwhelming. Lakers were a bit overwhelming..
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"Like blood news only 3.1 kfbk. Let's get more news now with K F Because Brody Fernandez there are two new cases of the new variant from the U. K in the U. S. CBS correspondent Jim Chris Sula 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 Jim Krystle a CBS News following a Senate floor speech this afternoon by Mitch McConnell, in which the majority leader said he would not consider a standalone proposal for $2000 stimulus checks. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was soon visibly furious at McConnell for not allowing senators from both sides of the aisle to decide the fate of more stimulus checks. And let me just make it clear for the majority leader. 10 out of the poorest 25 counties in the United States of America are located in Kentucky. So maybe my colleague, the majority leader might want to get on the phone and start talking to working families in Kentucky. And find out how they feel. About the need for immediate help in terms of a $2000 check for adult But I am asking is give us about what's the problem? Meantime, McConnell says he's not distracted by Sanders and says the focus should be on the massive defense spending bill, which President Trump has vetoed. But the House has voted this week to override his veto. It's fate now rests with the Senate. Their amendment went down in a landslide but now are calling from Vermont it again putting political stunts before the needs of our men and women in uniform. Right now. The possibility of $2000 checks are against all by GOP senators until further notice. We'll, of course, keep you updated on the latest from Capitol Hill right here on news 93.1 kfbk. U. C. Davis Health Systems first phase of vaccinations against Covert 19 is currently underway and it's running smoothly KFBK. His tailor, Martin tells us more over 7000 employees have received their first dose is at the medical facility, according to Marianne Rush Sharpe, who works in public relations at UC Davis. They've made it quote strong effort to cover not only medical staff, but also food service workers and maintenance employees. She notes. They have received allotments of around 9000 doses and are administering them to frontline workers who volunteered to receive them. Taylor Martin News 90.1 kfbk The first Snow Pack survey is in the books Sean to Guzman, with the Department of Water Resource is says today's results at Philip Station in Eldorado County were better than expected. Today survey recorded a snow depth of 30.5 inches. A snow water content of 10.5 inches. That results in 93% of average to date and 52% of the April 1 average here at this location while conditions were positive that Philip Station statewide, the snowpack is just 52% of average for this date. On average, the Sierra snowpack supplies about 30% of California's water supply. It's 606 on the cave. BK Afternoon news. Thanks Brody Some sad news this evening Dawn Wells of Gilligan's Island fame has died from the novel Coronavirus. She passed away today at the age of 82. She, of course, played Marianne on the show. There was a lady here who also has sweetness and warms the lady I would pick is the most beautiful in the world. Marianne. Oh, Here's the Marianne Wells isn't just known for Gilligan's Island. She was in more than 150 TV shows. In addition to many films, Wells also competing in the 1959 Miss America pageant is Mr Vata and Kind enough to join us here on the Pat Walsh Show on KFBK just a few short years ago, one of the nicest people that we have had in the KFBK studio. Certainly sad to hear the news of dawn wells passing away today from Corona virus at the age of 82. Coming up with 6 11. We'll take a look at our kfbk poll question. But right now, let's get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk from.
Fraternity Members At Three North Carolina Schools Allegedly Trafficked Over $1.5 Million In Drugs
"Trafficking rings operating on and near three North Carolina college campuses have been broken up. Federal and local authorities are calling it an astonishing drug distribute. Should ring at three North Carolina college campuses. Nearly two dozen people are facing criminal charges stemming from an investigation of drug trafficking at UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University and Appalachian State University. Investigators allege the drug trafficking involved several fraternity houses at the three schools. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula had that story for us.
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"Latest Corona virus Pandemic kfbk Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Well, there's a new study on a bad habit stuck at home workers have picked up. Apparently, CBS correspondent Jim Chris Sula explains, there may be more bending of elbows than simply maneuvering a mouse. Among the countless people now working from home. Nearly half of such people admit to drinking during the work day, according to a new survey more than 60% of the 2000 people, Questions said virtual happy hours with co workers have led to increased drinking during quarantine. And that is a Jim Crow Sula. Meantime, the Federal Reserve, which has been buying billions of dollars in bonds month to keep inflation from ravaging on already battered economy, is urging Congress to take action now when approved more economic aid. A B C's Dave Packer reports as Congress considers a $900 billion economic relief package. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says the central bank's bond buying It's keeping interest rates low until the economy gets a foothold. Everything we do is in service to our public mission. We're committed to using our full range of tools to support the economy and to help assure that the recovery from this difficult period will be as robust as possible. But economic stimulus that's up to Congress fall again urging lawmakers to approve more economic aid. Dave Packer ABC News Now let's find out what is coming up tomorrow morning on our KPK. Morning News with Christina, Madonna and Sam Shane. Hey, kid, er restaurants essential the move to reopen and who is leading the charge That's coming up tomorrow morning. Yeah, they'll tell you more about it. We're pulling you on the idea this afternoon and coming up. We'll check in with a B. C's Alex Stone. He's got new numbers covert numbers here in California. And a reaction to the vaccine. We'll have more on news 93.1 kfbk live everywhere on the I heart radio at whatever the weather brings.
"jim chris sula" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Cove in 19 Red Zone. He also updated the case Count today we're reporting 3800. 95 new cases of the Corona virus that has our second highest state that we have ever had. It's the highest Thursday. 34 new virus related deaths are reported on Thursday, putting the positivity rate now it 10.7%. Saying that the state is now quote pretty close to qualifying for our own travel advisory. The leader of a so called black armed militia. The made appearances in Louisville over the summer, is now facing federal charges and F A C leader John Fitzgerald. Johnson, commonly known as Grand Master Jay was arrested on charges stemming from a September incident that occurred with Ellen PD officers, the FBI and U S Secret Service. Federal investigators alleged Johnson pointed a rifle it officers on the roof of the Jefferson County grand jury building, where they were watching over armory place to monitor heavily armed individuals. This is the first time officials have confirmed any sort of investigation involving Johnson and his group's appearances and Movil following the death of Rianna Taylor. Haley Hanson News Radio. Wait, 40 wh A Yes. We're in show lively now where a person is dead after a Thursday evening crash Crumbs Lane and seventh Street Road shyly. Police have not released many details other than to say that the person who died Was a driver who crashed to a bus stop before hitting utility pole. No other cars were involved. The driver has not been identified. Additional details will be released by shy Valley police as their investigation goes forward. There's no inside on the nation's covert 19 labor market. Correspondent Jim Chris Sula looks at the numbers. The shrinking of the labor market because of Corona virus has been especially bad for women and baby boomers. According to unemployment data. It's estimated the U. S Labor force is more than 2% smaller than in February. Ah, loss of nearly four million jobs, experts say many of those lost jobs have been held by women and baby boomers. They emphasize that billions have simply given up looking for jobs. Jim Krystle, a CBS knows And streaming, maybe sounding the final death knell to watching a movie in a dark theater with a big bucket of popcorn, Deborah Rodriguez explains. It'll be a boon for stay at Homer's A bust for movie theaters. What happened to you? Warner Brother says it will release all of its 2021 films on HBO, Max the same day as theaters, including Matrix four suicide.
COVID-19 Shrinks the Labor Market, Pushing Out Women and Baby Boomers
"There's no inside on the nation's covert 19 labor market. Correspondent Jim Chris Sula looks at the numbers. The shrinking of the labor market because of Corona virus has been especially bad for women and baby boomers. According to unemployment data. It's estimated the U. S Labor force is more than 2% smaller than in February. Ah, loss of nearly four million jobs, experts say many of those lost jobs have been held by women and baby boomers. They emphasize that billions have simply given up
"jim chris sula" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"With Louisville's coronavirus numbers. City health officials warning that the hospitals are reaching a breaking point. Louisville recorded its highest number of new covert 19 cases last week. Almost 3600. The reality is is a coma. 19 is spreading widely. It's out of control in the city right now, Mayor Greg Fischer. At U of L held the chief medical officer, Dr Jason Smith says they're planning for a post Thanksgiving spike in Cove in cases were opening up some areas of the hospital that we have not opened in 10 or 12 years you have. L health is also looking at dual occupancy in some hospital rooms for surge capacity. Whole miles. News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. The U. S Department of Labor has abruptly ended extended unemployment insurance payments for Kentucky INS. The Kentucky Labor Cabinet says the state's number of people receiving unemployment insurance fell below the threshold for the state to continue the extended benefits. For that reason, the state will not be able to pay any extended benefits after November 28th and will be barred from administering them for a minimum of 13 weeks. Over 4700 Kentucky INS received the extended benefit payments. Haley Hanson News radio 8 40 W. H. A s word, the van whose education center where there is no longer a threat of a state takeover of J. C. P s. A recently completed state audit verified the district had addressed a long list of concerns outlined in a previous audit that provoked threats of a state takeover. We're not all the way there yet, but this is a major step for US and J. C. P S superintendent Dr Marty Polio, says J. CBS has gone from 276 corrective action items to 27 recommendations that still has to complete. We still have a lot of work to do, and we will be focusing on that work. Even Maurin tensely and pushing harder to ensure that special education is where we need to be in the years to come Doctor polio, adding that he has dealt with four different state education commissioners and three different state boards of education during the audit and corrective action process, All of whom he says We're supportive. Suzanne Duval news radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. The maker of a highly addictive opioid as pleaded guilty to criminal charges. Jim Chris Sula has more on that. Oxy cotton maker Purdue Pharma has pleaded guilty to three criminal charges, probably admitting its role in an opioid epidemic that has contributed to hundreds of thousands of deaths over the past 20 years the company admitted to paying doctors through speakers program. Right more prescriptions for its highly addictive painkillers. Critics are unhappy that the wealthy Sackler family who owned the company were not criminally charged. Jim Krystle, a CBS News And we end with the Duchess of Sussex, The Forman Megan. And we end with the Duchess of Sussex, the former Meghan Markle revealing she had a miscarriage in July. Vicki Barker has more on that from London, writing in the New York Times make it describes, which he calls an almost unbearable grief, saying, I knew as I clutched my first born child that I was losing my second, the 39 year old describes watching husband Harry's heartbreak as he quote tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine. She says she shared her experience to urge people to commit to asking others. Are you okay over this Thanksgiving holiday? Winning praise from a stillbirth charity here for her honesty. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London Your next news update is at a dime. Will Clark news radio a 40 W H a s time? Well, it is that time of year celebrating family get togethers, bed, NFL football games and more except Depending on if you're gonna follow what Governor Bashir's outline or not, It may be a little bit different. And if you just decided we're not gonna be going to Grandma's house, or vice versa. This time, it could be a little depressing. So what we do, Let's find out Dr Charles Pemberton. Joins me Dimension family therapy global dft dot com and appreciates time Charles is always course. Outstanding podcast you have here with I heart radio. How are things and what we do well It's a crazy year tone. It's good and happy Thanksgiving to you and all the listeners. Um, you know, I guess I'm looking at it. I'm trying. You know, we've got to have that positive stem. We've got to have that way of looking at this, and I'm looking at it going. You know how many times do you have to get together with Thanksgiving? And after we eat, you sit down in front of TV. And you stare at the screen watching the game. Well, this you may be. It's not gonna be a whole lot different except on the screen is going to be other family members. You know, it's not a whole lot different, and you know you can share that screen with with family members rather than your favorite game. All seriousness, though we've really got to be looking at. You know what the safety is and what things to talk about. And I think at this point, families have already decided what they're going to be doing. Think it's a matter of avoiding those topics and this year? Some of those topics. Well, luckily have kind of you know that the heat has been taken off of them, except for cocoa vid and I would strongly encourage families to try to really lay off of that topic. And if you have a family member, that's not there. It's really not the time to kind of behind the scenes say something bad about them because next year You know you're going to be getting together with those people. Let's not make any of them are getting harder than it is, and it would be really easy toe make those passive aggressive comments and that can get people into a whole lot of trouble. The other side of this is if you are family that staying home you have the possibility of reaching out The family members that you don't normally get to see my family is going to be staying at home this year, and I yesterday sent out zoom invites to family members that I haven't seen in the years that living in Arizona and Texas and all over the place and We're hoping that they're going to be able to join us and, you know, see my parents for a little while, we'd never be able to spend Thanksgiving with them. So think outside that normal group that you're with think about family and friends. Janet talked to in a long time and put out that that invitation that video conference invitation. See if you don't They can join you. Well, I don't know about you. But zoom seems like to be, um, personally impersonal if that makes any kind of sense and in a weird kind of way, although, you know people are going to do it, and I think it's ah, it's Maybe the next best thing that you could do. I think you're right. I think it's the next best thing. And I will tell you that I've been doing zoom a lot now. You know, I do. Almost. I do all my therapy sessions that way, and it takes a little getting used to, But you know, with a little bit of etiquette and a little bit of work. It can get there and it is. It is not the famous sitting in the same room with somebody, but there are a whole lot of benefit to being able to. Turn on the TV, talk to people and then tune into another group of family or friends that you want to see. There are some benefits to it, and it's really a matter of right now. The next few months being able to focus on okay. What can I get out of this? 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"Good morning Endeavor. Feinstein and I'm morgue. Lois. Jocelyn Chesson is our producer. Just ahead. The covert 19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca found to be up to 90% effective what needs to play out before a covert 19 vaccine can go out. I'm Mike Murillo. Well, a key swing state vote to certify its presidential election results today on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller make Stone Wall Street with the Dow up 156 points the S and P up just two and that Zach is down. 38 w T. OBY at 11 31 More good news today on a vaccine the possibly for covert 19. There are now three vaccine candidates that are showing real promise. I have toast of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, followed by Full those two weeks later, provided 90% protection against covert 19. And no one on any of the dosage is required Hospitalization for coronavirus. Another plus. Unlike the fighter vaccine, this one could be stored in ordinary fridge temperatures, which means distribution will be much easier. CBS correspondent Vicki Barker. Well, despite that promising news, there is a process that has to play out a government before people can start getting those shots. We're not quite there. Yet. Hope is on the horizon, and part of that hope is a covert vaccine by Pfizer and buy on Texas. Sarah Carlin Smith, a senior writer for the pink Sheets, visor has applied for emergency use authorization. FDA has scheduled to meet with its independent advisory committee to look at size Ear's application on December 10. Madonna also Appears to have a candidate that's close to ready. As this happens, the center for Disease Control is working with states to figure out where doses should go first, probably going to be health care workers and people working in health care settings who are at high risk of Covina, and it could be the spring before it's widely available. Mike Morello w T o p News Some Republican governors are ignoring the advice of health officials to limit Thanksgiving gatherings. This week. Republican governors in some states hit the hardest by Corona virus are refusing to ask families to limit Thanksgiving celebrations, despite warnings from federal health officials that such gatherings could worsen the cove in 19 search. South Dakota Governor Christie Norman Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt. Actually encouraging people to be with their families for Thanksgiving, even as infections overwhelm hospitals in many states at CBS correspondent Jim Chris Sula president elect, Biden is preparing to announce members of his Cabinet. CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian is in Wilmington, Delaware. With the Biden team president elect Joe Biden will formally announce Tony Blinken as his nominee for secretary of state Tuesday. Blinken was a front runner for the post and has been working on global issues for the president elect. He.
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"Not a campaign 2020 here on W T o P less than two weeks now till Election day, and today, the Biden and Trump Campaign's are focusing on the same battleground state one day before the final presidential debate trailing in national polls, the president's on a tour of must win states fewer than two weeks before Election Day yesterday in Pennsylvania. This is going to be bigger. Then, four years ago, the president promised his supporters will turnout This evening. He'll rally in North Carolina Biden running mate Kamala Harris is there to the outcome of this race will in very many ways be decided by you? North Carolina. Biden himself has no public events until tomorrow night's debate in Nashville. Former President Obama will hold his first in Person Biden campaign event today in Philadelphia. Soccer Megane Washington. Meantime, President Trump's lawyer Square off in a Manhattan courtroom today with a woman who claims Mr Trump raped her back in the 19 nineties. In today's hearing, the president's lawyers will argue he should be allowed to substitute the Justice Department for himself as the defendant in Hee Jin Carol's defamation lawsuit, Carol's lawyers will argue the president cannot claim he was acting, you know. Official capacity when he denied the encounter with Carol in a department store dressing room. The Justice Department says the president had to respond to accusations Carol made against him in a book last year. One of the nation's biggest makers of painkillers, pleaded guilty to federal charges. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula, Purdue Pharma, the company that makes the powerful painkiller OxyContin has settled in $8 billion legal case in which federal authorities Alleged the company helped touch off the opioid epidemic. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rose that this resolution does not prohibit future criminal or civil penalties against Purdue farmers executives or employees. It's estimated nearly a half million Americans have died from an opioid addiction or overdosed since 2000 Jim Chrysalis CBS ahead on Double D T O P Threatening emails sent to Democratic voters in swing states will go into into that with our national security correspondent. It's 3 34 with Wells Fargo Mobile Deposit, Mom Khun Seamlessly deposited birthday check before grabbing ice cream with the family. Alright. Thankyou, Grandma. Happy birthday to me. Hey, Anybody else want ice cream? Ice cream? Seriously, I love his.
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"Dozen major wild virus continued to burn and destroy. Her. CBS's Jonathan Vaguely Adi California's fire season, Already seven times larger than normal, two million acres have already burned to put that in perspective, That's more than 10 times the size of New York City. The state also suffering unrelenting heat 100 degrees in downtown San Francisco on Sunday and in Woodland Hills 121 degrees the hottest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles County. Can you trust a covert 19 vaccine that became a campaign issue on Monday? Here's CBS's Toki. Pamela Harris said Sunday that she wouldn't just trust President Trump's word on a vaccine. I will not take his word for it. He wants us to inject bleach at the White House. The president said his opponent's should apologize for raising doubts about a vaccine that it's so dangers for a country what they say about a new CBS News battleground tracker poll finds skepticism about a vaccine is on the rise hundreds of students at the University of Kansas on Monday Chose not to attend classes as part of the K you Labor Day student strike this student part of the group. We believe this was irresponsible because within just the first few weeks we've already had 546 positive tests, and we believe that number is definitely going to go up. Officials are investigating another death at Fort Hood, Texas, Here's CBS's Jim Chris Sula 25 year old private coral 10. She died last week, several days after collapsing following a physical training exercise. He was the 28th Fort Hood soldier to die. This year. A Pittsburgh man Joe McCain has started a multiday demonstration to speak out about social justice issues. Reporter Chris Hoffman of Katy K. A TV for 10 hours a day for the next eight days, McCain will be at this platform along the Allegheny River Can't stand are for like one day for three hours and expect people to take you serious. So you had to sacrifice just like Mother Teresa's sacrifice. Like Martin Luther King sacrificed, McCain says he is standing for unity, love, peace, understanding, healing and positive change. A Saudi court has handed down sentences for the men found guilty in the murder of journalist Jamal Kasogi here. CBS's Vicki Barker. The eight defendants, who have never been named, got between seven and 20 years for the grisly murder and believed dismemberment of Jamal Kashiwagi..
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"Doctors and nurses continue to feel the strain in Miami. Dr. Mark subpoena is back at work in the E. R at Jackson Memorial Hospital, having just recovered from covert 19 about being our water. Right now we have the resource is where we need. Fortunately, How much longer can we go? That's a great question. I think part of the challenge is not knowing how much longer there is. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports on another state where hospitals and its caregivers are being overwhelmed. In Texas, where hospitalizations have surged nearly 60% over the last two weeks. Some smaller hospitals are having to turn away Cove it patients. In the Rio Grande Valley. Ambulances are waiting 5 to 12 hours to deliver patients. Some teachers air making a strong statement against the idea of opening schools in the fall of CBS's Jim Chris Sula. Reports, Many teachers in Texas have taken on a grim assignment there, writing will's getting medical power of attorney established and taking out extra life insurance. As they prepare for the start of the school year, with the state vowing tohave in person classes. There are reports that the Trump administration is telling hospitals to stop giving Corona virus information to the Centers for Disease control more from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman now administration officials reportedly say this change is simply the streamlined the process and help those who are trying to distribute covert 19 supplies the hot spots around the country. But critics of the administration are expressing concern that this may be a way to control what information is released. In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Trump avoided a question from senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about black people being killed by police officers that George Boyd's death was a terrible thing terrible..
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"Washington, Florida surpassed its daily record for Corona virus deaths on Tuesday. Doctors and nurses continue to feel the strain in Miami. Dr Marx Lupino is back at work in the E. R at Jackson Memorial Hospital, having just recovered from covert 19 about being our heads above water. Right now we have the resource is where we need. Fortunately, How much longer can we go? That's a great question. I think part of the challenge is not knowing how much longer there is. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports on another state where hospitals and its caregivers are being overwhelmed. In Texas, where hospitalizations have surged nearly 60% over the last two weeks. Some smaller hospitals air having to turn away Cove it patients. In the Rio Grande Valley. Ambulances are waiting 5 to 12 hours to deliver patients. Some teachers are making a strong statement against the idea of opening schools in the fall of CBS's Jim Chris Sula. Reports. Many teachers in Texas have taken on a grim assignment there, writing will's getting medical power of attorney established and taking out extra life insurance. As they prepare for the start of the school year, with the state vowing tohave in person classes. There are reports of the Trump Administration is telling hospitals to stop giving Corona virus information to the Centers for Disease control more from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman now administration officials reportedly say this change is simply the streamlined the process and help those who are trying to distribute covert 19 supplies. The hot spots around the country. But critics of the administration are expressing concern that this may be a way to control what information is released. In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Trump avoided a questions from senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about black people being killed by police officers that George Boyd's death was a terrible thing terrible. Wire. African Americans still dying at.
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"Lee through the week ending July 25th or the 26th Well, Florida is seeing a covert 19 surge like no other state right now across the country. For the last 24 hours, there were 7500 people hospitalized with Corona virus statewide. It's about 550 more people than we saw hospitalized on Friday night Down in Miami. The icy use are near capacity. Not quite there. Here in Orange County, where Disney World is based. By the way, the test positivity rate is nearly 13% Land that is CBS's David Beg node with that report, There are calls from some states to reverse reopening plans now because of the recent surge is doctor and re mon. With the medical saying it's one of the only ways to really gain control of the virus spreading. We have to really doubled down on our efforts. Right now we need to be closing bars. We need to be closing restaurants we need to be going is far back into the early phases of lock down as we possibly can to be able to get our Our arms around this in Texas recently announced plans to draw back some of their reopening plans at 2 18 Tensions between the U. S and China continued to escalate. U. S officials saying today. The Trump administration will outright reject nearly all of Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea. The United States has called these claims unlawful. In the past, but today the State Department is preparing to reject them. Officially, for the first time, Beijing has already ignored an international tribunal that ruled their territorial claims in the South China Sea were unlawful. Relations between the United States and China obviously tense recently back and forth sanctions between the two countries over China's alleged human rights violations and still major major questions. About how they handled the initial outbreak of covert 19. Its 2 19/20 people are injured after a fire on board a naval ship docked in San Diego. Ah, fire that the Navy is still fighting. I saw all this black smoke coming from the shipyard fire that started on the USS Bonhomme Rashard early Sunday and continues to burn this morning and may burn for days. According to San Diego's fire chief. 21 people were injured most with smoke inhalation. There was a report of an internal explosion. What we cannot ascertain exactly what that explosion. It was caused from Navy Admiral Philip So back thinks it's parked in the lower vehicle storage area of the 840 foot amphibious assault vessel. It was undergoing maintenance. At the time, Roughly 160 sailors and officers were on board far fewer than the 1000 typically on the ship when it's on active duty. Laura Podesta CBS News at 2 20 a child dies in South Bridge after being found in a swimming pool. Emergency responders trying to revive the child who was found yesterday. But those efforts were unsuccessful Self bridge police offering their condolences to the family. They have not were not released any more information about the incident and it would have been the first federal execution in the United States nearly 20 years But now a lethal injection scheduled for this afternoon has been put on hold. A judge has ordered a new delay in federal executions. Just hours before 46 year old Daniel Lewis Lee was to die by lethal injection in the prison in Indiana. Lee was convicted in Arkansas of the 1996 killings of a gun dealer, his wife and her eight year old daughter. The Trump administration has pushed for resumption of federal executions, the last of which was in 2003. And that is CBS's Jim Chris Sula. With that report. Some often on pop up showers and thunderstorms making this early afternoon commute a messy one. How long will they be sticking around? Will take a look at that in the four day forecast, plus see how those roads are doing.