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"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Jim Krystle at the flight 93 National Memorial in southwestern Pennsylvania. Former President George W. Bush was among those who spoke to families of flight 93 who lost loved ones 20 years ago. 33 passengers and seven crew of flight 93. Could have been any group of citizens selected by faith and assess. They stood in for us at all. Mr Bush said the nation now faces a domestic terror threat, and he decried the nation's disunity. In Spokane County. The number of hospitalized covid patients has hit the triple digits for the first time since the pandemic. The demand on staff and equipment is prompting hospitals to cancel elective surgeries. And clinics to limit hours and testing Deb wiser as chief medical advisor for Chaz Health. All these changes are due to the impact that the surgeons had on our workforce and our ability to staff for clinics appropriately Eastern Washington Hospital said they have not yet had to institute crisis standards of care like they have in Idaho. Where they're having to decide who gets a ventilator. And who doesn't And not a good plan is what some major employers in our state are saying about the upcoming long term care tax. Many workers in our state will have to start paying next year, It was rushed to implementation. We need to put a pause on that so that we can think through it, and so that it is a program that does provide care for Washingtonians who need it, and also provides options for Washington employees. The Association of Washington businesses, Amy Anderson tells US 165 employers. Labor unions and local governments have sent a letter to governor Inslee asking him to halt attacks until the legislature can make further changes as written, a person earning 50,000 year will pay around 300 a year for the state's long term care attacks..

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Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall in Louisiana

WSB programming

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall in Louisiana

"Of the most powerful, powerful hurricanes to ever strike the U. S. With 150 MPH winds and, of course, this coming on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Jim Krystle in New Orleans by mid size SUV is being buffeted, rocking side to side by hurricane ideas wins. Streets, which are mostly deserted, are already littered with downed tree limbs and leaves. The rain has been off and on falling in sheets at times low grey jagged edge clouds are racing by overhead. Jim Krystle to CBS News, New Orleans and again. Ida has just made landfall. We're told very different story in metro Atlanta over the next couple of days where we remain

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Fire at Jackson Water Plant Causes Water Supply Issues

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Fire at Jackson Water Plant Causes Water Supply Issues

"With its water supply again. Jim Krystle a explains why Water pressure dropped in Jackson, Mississippi, after a fire in one of the city's to water treatment plants. The entire city of 160,000. Is under a boil water notice. Ah Winter storm in February caused machinery in a water facility to freeze. Many residents were without water. For weeks, NASA and space X

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Judge Denies Video Release in Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Judge Denies Video Release in Shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

"Body cam video of the fatal shooting of a black man in northeastern North Carolina in a courtroom and courthouse protected by a heavy police presence. North Carolina Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Foster refused to allow the release of body camera video of the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr Bypass will turn county sheriff's deputies release may harm The reputation of jeopardized the safety of a person released would create a serious threat to the fair, impartial, orderly Administration of justice. The 42 year old black man was killed outside is Elizabeth City home last week as deputies tried to serve drug related search and arrest warrants. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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Damage from virus: Utility bills overwhelm some households

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Damage from virus: Utility bills overwhelm some households

"To the shot utility bills or overwhelming mortem or Americans as the pandemic drags on more on that, from CBS's Jim Krystle, a millions of US families air facing past due utility bills that have grown the past years, the pandemic forced Americans to hunker down at home and consume or power and estimated 37 million customers. About a third of all households are having trouble paying utility bills as they struggle with the job loss government moratoriums that barred utilities from from Off the power of their delinquent customers are starting to expire

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Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates

"Of covert 19 restrictions in two Southern states. The president, Biden says, is a big mistake. Republican Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has lifted most mask mandates. And most covert 19 restrictions. These women live in coastal Biloxi. I really do think that we are as a state being too lax too quickly. I'm not going to be going any kind of big gatherings or party. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is getting both praise and condemnation for rescinding a statewide mask a mandate and allowing businesses and then used to operate at full capacity. Jim Krystle, a

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Former Sen. Bob Dole and Republican elder statesman, 97, announces he has advanced lung cancer

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Former Sen. Bob Dole and Republican elder statesman, 97, announces he has advanced lung cancer

"Bearer is now facing a cancer diagnosis were long term Kansas Senator Bob Dole has announced he has stage four lung cancer that 97 Year old says he will begin treatment within a week. Dole was the Republican presidential nominee in 1996 when he lost to incumbent President Bill Clinton. Dole, who was badly hurt Did World War two was President Gerald Ford's vice presidential running mate in 1976 when Ford lost to Democrat Jimmy Carter Jim Krystle, a

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Idaho advances constitutional ban on legalizing marijuana in the state

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Idaho advances constitutional ban on legalizing marijuana in the state

"Legalizing medical and recreational marijuana more from CBS's Jim Krystle. A proposed constitutional amendment that would prevent the legalization of marijuana in Idaho is moving through the state legislature. Despite the growing acceptance of the drug nationwide, opponents in the conservative state argue medical marijuana's needed for residents. Suffering from chronic or terminal illnesses. As Wall Street Rest up gain Stop was

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States report vaccine shortages and cancel appointments

WBZ Overnight News

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

States report vaccine shortages and cancel appointments

"Americans against the Corona virus hits a roadblock. CBS's Jim Krystle and increasing number of states are reporting They're running out of the vaccine. Tens of thousands of people who were able to get appointments for a first dose are seeing them canceled. Just half of the 31 million doses distributed nationwide have been administered. Only two million people have received the two doses needed for maximum protection against the virus, according to the CDC.

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Dollar General Will Pay Workers to Get a Covid-19 Vaccine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Dollar General Will Pay Workers to Get a Covid-19 Vaccine

"Workers at a major retailer is going to get paid extra to get vaccinated against the virus. Dollar general workers who agree to get a covert 19 vaccine will receive four hours of extra pay. The Tennessee based retailer with 157,000 workers nationwide is among the first big U. S companies to offer employees of financial incentive. To be vaccinated, and CBS News correspondent Jim Krystle is saying that some big employers have said that they want as many workers as possible to be vaccinated, but they won't require them to get the shot. Many

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First case of fast-moving U.K. COVID-19 variant found in Colorado

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 11 months ago

First case of fast-moving U.K. COVID-19 variant found in Colorado

"Now cases two cases of a seemingly more contagious variant of coronavirus that first appeared in Britain. The two new covert, My teen variant cases have been identified in Colorado. Dr. Rachel Herlihy is the state's epidemiologist that these cases are Colorado National Guard person. Now we 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 New Earlier, We spoke with CBS News Medical contributor David Vegas about this new variant, he says the U. S needs to do a better job looking for it all over the United States, Unfortunately, is what I believe that we've done very little genetic sequencing in the virus compared to other countries. And when you don't sequence you don't look, you don't know how much of the mutant strain there is. My gut is there's lots of it around that being said the AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine works against this mutant strain. We don't yet have the data on the other two vaccines, the five year and Madonna hopefully that data will be here soon. But again we have to vaccinate is many people as possible to stop this virus. Now

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Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024

"Of the Olympics are hoping to lure a younger audience. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has two tails. The International Olympic Committee has chosen breakdancing as an official sport. It will be added to the medal events at the 2024 Games in Paris. Skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing will also be in competition of the 2024 Paris Games. They will make their Olympic debuts of the Tokyo Games beginning In late July 2021. They were postponed a year because of the cove in 19 pandemic. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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House to vote on bill featured in 'Tiger King' series that would ban big cat ownership

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

House to vote on bill featured in 'Tiger King' series that would ban big cat ownership

"Crow Sula, the U. S House is set to pass legislation banning the private ownership a big cats like lions and Tigers. Tiger King star Carol Basket and her husband Howard's organization. Big Cat Rescue have spent years lobbying for such a move. How you begins in sterile and big cat rescue, and these are some of the cats at the sanctuary. The measure would allow existing facilities to keep their big cats but would prohibit most contact between the public and the animals. Jim Krystle, a

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Record-setting 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Record-setting 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends

"Jim Krystle, a CBS New

Record-setting 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Record-setting 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends

"Season ends today and it has definitely been a long, strange trip in the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. 2020 will go down as the most active Atlantic hurricane season on record. There have been 30 named Storms 13 Hurricanes, six of them, right. King major status. The season started early when Arthur formed in mid May before the official start of the season. Jude first This was only the second time that letters of the Greek alphabet had to be used for storm names. The other was 2000 and five A named Storm formed in late December of that year. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Will the Steelers and Ravens play

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's very valuable because the people that asymptomatic don't know they're carrying it and could get other people infected. John Fonseca knows what it's like to get coronavirus. He was diagnosed three weeks ago and wanted his whole family to get tested for others in easily accessible free test was hard to pass up. The town's testing was funded by money from the cares act. President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, urging Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers to throw out mail in ballots in that state. Giuliani reacting to a Pennsylvania courts dismissal of one of the campaign's cases, the case in Pennsylvania, was dismissed on a motion to dismiss In which the judge made factual findings. Against us. Basically saying he thought our claims were observed. The Trump campaign is appealing that decision. A new ruling from the Supreme Court holding that New York cannot Limit the amount of people that houses of worship. Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson says This is showing the importance of Justice Amy Cockney Barrett on the bench. The ruling shows something we're probably going to see more of in the future, which is a Supreme Court that split 4 to 4 with Chief Justice John Roberts in the middle, trying to find a narrower path, trying to find a way in some cases to avoid the bigger, more controversial question. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's three liberal justice in that Descent. Ah, Louisiana home and nurse who died in a house fire being hailed as a hero, the state fire marshal says the 64 year old home nurse died saving her 71 year old paraplegic patient from a fire in the small town of Dell Hi east of Monroe in northern Louisiana. The disabled woman told investigators Gwendolyn Thea's tried several times. The wheel her bed out of the burning house. It was trying to push her out a window when the nurse was overcome by smoke. Fireman pulled both women from the house and performed CPR on them. The disabled woman is expected to recover. Jim Krystle, a CBS News.

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Coronavirus pandemic fatigue affects mental health

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus pandemic fatigue affects mental health

"19 fatigue is real. And it's only going to get worse. If the Corona virus pandemic has gotten you down and overwhelmed. You're certainly not alone. Charles Calderwood is a psychology professor at Virginia Tech University. We all feel really emotionally drained. We're not getting to have our normal social interactions and connections with other individuals. Colder, which is covert fatigue, a similar toe workplace burnout calls to mental health crisis in suicide prevention hotline have been up sharply nationwide. Jim Krystle is CBS Does Donny. Husband

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A mall outside of Milwaukee yesterday, the extent of their injuries have not been released. Shots were fired. As shoppers ran for cover in the chaos. Police say they believe the shooting was spurred by a fight and not a random act once again, that shooter of suspected shooter Still on the loose being hunted by police this morning and meanwhile in Illinois teenager charged in a fatal shooting during a Wisconsin protest is free on bond today, CBS News correspondent Jim Krystle a reports 17 year old Kyle written House post of the $2 million Cash bond in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The northern Illinois teenager is charged with shooting three people to fatally during an August protest in Kenosha against police, racism and brutality. His lawyers insist he was acting in self defense. Some Con's Servant lives have portrayed written house as a patriot who was merely exercising his right to bear arms to protect property. Jim Krystle, a CBS does And we continue to see a high number of people here in Massachusetts, needing to be hospitalized for the Corona virus. That's what the latest numbers from the state Department of Public Health Show. We get the very latest from Carl Stevens 34 newly reported covert related deaths in the latest update from the state Department of Public Health. That brings the total since this all started to 10,238. The number of newly reported cases is nearly 2300. That's lower than the previous day. But there were fewer tests. The seven day positivity rate actually went up a little bit. More than three and a quarter percent. The number of covert patients in the hospital went down a little, but it's still above 900. It's at 904 the number of patients in the ICU 1 79. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, and there's some bright news on the Corona virus vaccine will have details on the ground breaking progress up next, But first.

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New York City Winery To Require $50 Coronavirus Tests To Get Inside Eatery

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

New York City Winery To Require $50 Coronavirus Tests To Get Inside Eatery

"Have in trying to make the pandemic dining has safest possible restaurant in New York City now is hoping to be able to provide some absolutely safe indoor dining. Some may wind about it, but the New York City restaurants city winery Will require customers at their expense to take a $50 rapid covert 19 tests before they can eat indoors. Michael Dorf is the restaurant's CEO. We wanted to create a bubble so that people could feel that we were doing every single thing we could to keep them safe. The restaurant claims it will be the first eatery in the U. S. To test every customer for coronavirus. Indoor dining in New York City may soon be shut down because of rising coronavirus cases. Jim Krystle is CBS news

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"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Aching for some states. I'm Jim Krystle. The seven day rolling average for daily New Corona virus cases in the US rose by 22,002 more than 74,000, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Hospitals could soon be overwhelmed. Dr. Lauren Hamel is president of Spectrum Health Lakeland in South Western Michigan. If that track those trends continue, and will produce some serious capacity constraints and the health system even as a resurgence of covert 19 cases, strain hospitals Officials and many of the hardest hit states are resisting taking stronger action to slow the spread. Jim Krystle, a CBS News governors find themselves in the middle of political pressure to avoid on popular steps to curb the growing public health threat. Latest Johns Hopkins report on U. S fatalities, Putting the number at close to 230,000 on the stretch for an election campaign trail. President Trump continues to NCR rounding the turn. On the pandemic. With or without vaccine we have the vaccine is going to come, which is not the way Democratic challenger Joe Biden sums up the virus situation, jump his wave the white flag. He surrendered his virus. The American people don't give up. As for the voters who will decide which of them will get to carry on after Inauguration Day Early voting continues to set records with about 87 million ballots already cast CBS News reporter Caitlin Huey Burns has been speaking with voters dropping off ballots to the courthouse in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. This is a state that has not had early voting before. This is the first time They had it. It's over now. But you can still drop off your absentee ballot. And they're expecting more people to vote absent even ever before, with key thing to know about Pennsylvania, is that Unlike in other states, they can't start even opening up ballots to be processed until election day along the Gulf Coast. Here they go again, clean up and rebuild after yet another storm Hurricane Zito, leaving a lot to clean up and rebuild Wkrg TV's Debbie Williams and Fort Morgan, Alabama. As far as you can see a massive mat.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

"If you're thinking of breaking up with your travel credit card, he says, start by asking for a waiver of the annual fee. There's actually been a really shift to cash back rewards. Most people nowadays are finding that more worthwhile than travel MEGHAN clarity. W GOP News over 19 is also having a big impact on Halloween sales while Halloween costume sales are down. And people are buying more decorations. James McKee has noticed it at his pop up Halloween store in Franklin, Tennessee. Crops have been flying off the shelf, The Koven 19 pandemic has made things more challenging for the industry. Biggest thing was just a place in our orders that we normally do around June, somewhere in their initial actual waited the longest. The National Retail Foundation estimates there will be $8 billion in Halloween spending this year down about 10% from 2019 Jim Krystle, the CBS News Coming up in money news. Twitter is following Snapchat with fleets If you don't know what that means, well explaining coming up next 7 54 at MGM National Harbor, Hitting a jackpot feels even better than getting out of a traffic jam. And just like traffic. It happens all the time. Must be 21. Please play responsibly for help. Is that MD gambling helped out or or 100 gambler? What are you thinking, Brian? I'm thinking about Dorothy Dorothy, who? There's no place like home that Dorothy. Oh, the one with the shoes. She went through all kinds of stuff, and all she wanted was to get back home. Home is a special place and 1 800 got junk makes it even more special by getting rid of what doesn't belong by getting rid of what doesn't belong home is where the hardest and junk Is wherever you find it. Leave it Where it ISS call 1 800 got jumped, and we'll make that junk disappear. All you have to do is point if you'd rather tossed that junk outside. We can make it disappear from.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Transit times for mail in ballots is typically 1 to 3 business days, but many parts of the country continue to see delays due to covert 19 and other operational changes. 29 states require mail in ballots to be received by the end of election Day, while 21 states will accept ballots that are postmarked by November 3rd and arrive within a limited window there after Marco Malard ABC News deposition of Jeffrey Epstein's former companion made public today on order from the court. Hiring is one of my functions going, Maxwell said of her role with Jeffrey Epstein. But she denied recruiting underage girls to give him sexualized massages. I never saw any inappropriate underage activities with Geoffrey ever, Maxwell said. Federal prosecutors have accused her of committing curd Gery and of enabling Epstein's alleged sex trafficking of minors. She has pleaded not guilty, and in the deposition, she repeatedly denied any suggestion of wrongdoing. Asked why she's stuck with Epstein after he became a registered sex offender in 2008, Maxwell said. I'm a very loyal person. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New YORK West Coast judge issuing a ruling. It's not so neighborly dispute involving some neighboring farms. You could call it a sour grapes dispute to Oregon wine grape growers have failed to convince a judge in McMinnville, their grapes would be harmed by odors from a neighboring marijuana operation. The judge who considered the case for eight months Said. While the smell of pot could pose a threat or risk to the nearby wine grapes, there's not enough proof to say that will damage the grapes of the Near or long term. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Countdown is on People.

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Purdue Pharma settlement marks second guilty plea for company

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Purdue Pharma settlement marks second guilty plea for company

"Ever against one of the one of the nation's top drug makers. Purdue Pharma has agreed to a plea deal on criminal charges in connection with the nation's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to federal charges over its production and sales of the prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen Global settlement announced today involves the company pleading guilty to three Felony counts for defrauding the United States. Purdue has agreed to pay more than $8 billion in fines and damages. It's believed the nation's opioid addiction and overdose crisis has claimed nearly a half million lives Over the past 20 years. Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead guilty to federal criminal charges: DOJ

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead guilty to federal criminal charges: DOJ

"One of the biggest settlements ever against the nation's top drugmakers. Purdue Pharma agrees to a plea deal on criminal charges in connection with the country's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to federal charges over its production and sales of the prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen Global settlement announced today involves the company pleading guilty to three Felony counts for defrauding the United States. Purdue has agreed to pay more than $8 billion in fines and damages. It's believed the nation's opioid addiction and overdose crisis has claimed nearly a half million lives. Over the past 20 years. Jim Krystle, a CBS News New Pharma could face other charges from states down the road. Massachusetts attorney general says the Justice Department failed in its deal with the drug maker.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

"High winds will once again fan wildfires burning across Colorado and Wyoming. It's a scary time that fires Khun just wipe out a whole neighborhood. Jack hander fled his now destroyed whole outside Boulder, Colorado, just in time. If I had to stay in the house for 10 more minutes, I wouldn't be here to talk to you. I know that for a fact, the Colorado State Health Department is asking people in urban areas to limit driving. To avoid making AARP allusion caused by the smoke from the wildfires even worse, Jim Krystle, the CBS News French Georges County, says eat is the first place in the country to start a public private partnership to build and maintain its schools. Last night, locals learned a little more about how it'll work more than 17,000 community members attended a town hall by phone last night to hear from local leaders. The plan is to have six new schools built over the next three years, using $1.3 billion in private money that are in this cycle. One fan from 47 years 82 years of age Superintendent Dr Monica Goldstein says the plan will not cost taxpayers anything. Additional. About 10% of the school district's renovation budget of $169 million would help pay off the loan over a 30 Year period. She says The project would also include a maintenance plan to help keep up the building. We're trying T multiple ways to get new schools and really be a breath of an innovative school board will vote on the final contract tomorrow. Melissa held a Penis money news is next. It's 1 54. This is time that matters a window of time to help protect the ones you love your preteen benefits from staying up to date with their well visit scheduled their visit now sponsored by Mark It's a great day at exterior medics. Hi, my siding is rotting and cracking, and even starting to melt. No sounds like you need one of our siding Surgeons stat. We carry James Hardy siding. It's known for its gorgeous look. An exceptional quality look forward to a brighter future..

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And safety technology. Toyota President Trump has entered the wall to read Military Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. CBS News White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has the latest president waved to reporters and gave a thumbs up. But he said nothing as he walked to the Marine one helicopter, wearing a suit tie and a mask. Before departing the White House. He recorded this message to supporters. I'm going too watery hospital. I think I'm doing very well, but we're going to make sure that things work out. The White House hasn't said why the president's been taken to the hospital except to say that it was recommended by medical experts. Stay is expected to last at least a few days. Stephen Portnoy CBS news next hour, We'll have a special report on the situation that starting at 706. Meantime, a new study found that mosquitoes don't appear to transmit Cove it more from Jim Krystle of CBS, a mosquito that bites a person who has Corona virus cannot pass the infection to its next victim. Even though mosquitoes are notorious disease carriers in lab experiments, researchers at Kansas State University allowed several species of disease carrying mosquitoes, plus other biting insects to feed on blood spiked with covert 19. The virus was unable to survive and replicate itself in any of the insects. Jim Krystle is CBS News. An 18 year old from Wooster is under federal indictment for his alleged conduct following a peaceful protest against police brutality here in Boston. Prosecutors say Vincent Evasions had a Molotov cocktail with him at a demonstration in June following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Charges include civil disorder and possession of an unregistered firearm. It takes 57 at seven o'clock, the latest from DC President Trump Testing positive for covert now at Walter Reid. We also have this special report at 607. When it comes to driving change..

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

"There's growing concern among the medical community hospitals in several areas of Wisconsin are being overwhelmed by Corona virus cases. Some health experts are calling it a dire situation. Milwaukee County Medical Director Dr Ben Weston 640 hospitalizations far higher than the previous peak of 440 back in April. Hospital in Walsall, says covert 19 patients Increased 30% in one day. Some hospitals have started putting Corona virus patients on a waiting list, with times ranging from several hours to a full day. Jim Krystle, a CBS News now to the latest Corona virus numbers around our region, there have been nearly 1200 new reported cases and 25 deaths in the last 24 hour reporting period across D C. Maryland and Virginia. The worst numbers are coming from Virginia, which reported 755 of those new cases and 21 death. It's whoever overall trends over the last two weeks are moving down in Virginia and Maryland and remain low and flat in the district. You confined a full rundown of the latest Corona virus data at w t o p dot com 8 42 in a Kentucky judge has delayed until tomorrow, the release of secret Grand jury proceedings and Briana Taylor's killing by police so that prosecutors can edit out witnesses, names and personal information. Audio recordings of the proceedings were originally supposed to be made public yesterday. But Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office has asked a Louisville court for the delay, in an exclusive interview with WDR Be TV cameras said that while some feel justice was not served, he says, the fax one out, I cannot Fashion the facts in such a way to meet a narrative. The other two officers who fired the shots at Taylor, including the bullet that killed her miles Cause Grove and Jonathan Mattingly were not indicted on any charges. The attorney for the anonymous juror who wants to speak out, says his client felt compelled to take action based on how Cameron present to the grand jury findings last week at CBS correspondent Adriana Diaz. Today marks the third anniversary of the Las Vegas massacre that killed dozens of people and wounded hundreds at an agreement has now been reached to provide the victims and their families with financial compensation. It happened three years ago. Today shooting this is shooting the worst mass shooting in American history. Now a judge has approved an $800 million settlement. With the more than 850 people who were wounded and the relatives of the 58 people killed. The massacre occurred as an outdoor music festival was taking place. MGM Resorts acknowledged no liability, It will pay $49 million while that's insurance companies will pay $751 million. Steve Futterman CBS News There are increasing challenges on cybersecurity and now a tech giant has some fresh data out. On how much the problem has worsened Moron that with federal news networks Tom Timon new research from Microsoft details how bad actors have used the pandemic to go after government services, particularly healthcare ransomware that is locking up data and demanding Bitcoin for unlocking. It topped the list of attack motives. So far this year, researchers note a leap in attacks, sophistication, especially among organized criminals. Nation states attacked by stealing people's credentials and by hacking into the networks, government agencies and companies used They're people Comptel work. The malware is often delivered and carefully constructed fake emails that Microsoft says praise on collective anxiety. The company blocked 18 billion such e mails last year alone. Tom Taman Federal news Network sports at 15 and 45, brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda 8 45 and Here's Dave Johnson. It is still the player that nationals Ryan Zimmerman told me again last night. He plans to come back and play that season. You know, I missed it a lot. This year was a tough decision, but the right decision but watching watching the game that I ever took it for granted, but I think it Confirm how much I still want to play and I can't speak for Heather. But I think she would like me probably played it for a little while longer than last night, Right? And his wife, Heather, received the Champion award from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society through there's EMS Foundation. They've done so much for M s patients and their families, including a kids camp. Heather Zimmerman points out anything, Give him a break from their daily routine. Give them something to think about other than maybe they're sick parents and they're able to just come out. 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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Take lightly seriously. Beta has also prompted flood watches across much of Louisiana. Jim Krystle, a CBS know some of the pets at the only animal shelter. ST Thomas have been waiting quite a while for their forever homes. That's because tourism on the island's dropped dramatically during the covert crisis, meaning there are less adoptions. BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. You stepping into help the M S P. C. A has transported 38 animals from ST Thomas to Massachusetts In the last month. The first batch 10 cats and three dogs were all adopted out very quickly. MSP see, a spokesman Rob helping says That's because the demand for pets has skyrocketed since the start of the pandemic. Given everyone working from home wanting to have a new four legged beside them. We've been cleaned out of the mold. The second batch of ST Thomas Pecs arrives September 18th and will soon be up for adoption. 18 adult cast five kittens and one dog at a very cute puppies. They are in their quarantine and undergoing their health checks will place the men in their homes in the coming days. Among the cats transported a 12 year old named Bam Bam, who spent six years at the ST Thomas Shelter. Kevin Tana Cliff W. B. Z, Boston's news radio. These animals are not up for adoption. In fact, most people don't want them around it all. The rat population is exploding in Massachusetts, and as easy as Matt sure found out the pandemics to blame. 2020 just keeps getting crazier as the city of Boston has a new, beastly foe, Aggressive rats. They're everywhere and they are more brazen, bold and it's not because they've been watching too many Mark Walberg movies, reports of unusual aggressive behavior to restaurants and food sources closing down during the standoff. Boston City Councillors discussed the issue today. Actual hearing, they said the rat boom can be.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What happened. Terrible old elevator That should have been, you know. The medical examiner took the body away as a part of the investigation. And that's W. B. C. TV's Tiffany Chan reporting from Allston. So new allegations now against a member of the state police connected to that overtime scandal lobe now reporting, Sergeant Mark Lynch was facing his own internal investigation. When back in 2018. He took over as the head of the state Police union paper received this information after a records request filed back in December. The records say that investigation determined Lynch either skipped or falsified Dozens of shifts after the scrutiny began into overtime at the force investigation into Lynch was never brought much further After that. The attorney general's office says it was not notified of the case. Lynched today still on the job as a supervisor, although last year he stepped down as union president, Meantime, in Louisville, Kentucky, a settlement reached now in a civil lawsuit between the city and the family of a black woman shot to death by police, according to CBS TV affiliate W. L. K Y. In Louisville, a lawyer for the family of Briana Taylor says the deal includes quote a significant dollar amount. And more police reforms. Additional details are expected later today. The 26 year old woman was fatally shot in her home by Louisville police officers executing a no knock warrant in mid March. Police have said officers returned fire after the woman's boyfriend fired at them. The incident has lead to widespread protests and demands that the officer's face criminal charges. Jim Krystle, a CBS News and a 10 49 in Lowell. A man shot and killed earlier this week was known as a father, a caring friend and for his time is a star athlete over Chelmsford High School officials say. Tyrone Fete was found shot early yesterday on Spring Avenue local later died of his injuries. Level son spoke with staff of Chelmsford High who called Fed a sweet, friendly and outgoing kid. Now at this point, it's not clear what led to him being shot. But the Middlesex D. A's office is investigating and they tell the sun. This does not appear to be a random incident. 10 49 some word from Washington today, when it comes to travel to China, officials say. If you've got a visit planned, they want you to reconsider it. The State Department has just issued a level three travel advisory, its second highest warning level, strongly advising against travel to mainland China and Hong Kong sighting the risk of arbitrary detention, which could see US citizens arrested and held without access to U. S consular assistance. Tensions have been rising ever since Beijing imposed a new national security law on Hong Kong that violates its past commitments to respect To the territories. Freedoms. Vicki Barker, CBS News out in South Dakota State official They're under investigation in a deadly crash. Elf Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravens board telling investigators he thought it was a deer he hit Saturday night, but investigators say it was a 55 year old man Ravens Borg, releasing a statement saying the incident happened as he was driving home from a Republican dinner, where no drinks were consumed, and he immediately called 911, a sheriff showed up, but neither could find a deer in his car had to be told the next day, Ravens board says And by the accident scene again and found a body lying in a ditch Craig prices with the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. We have officers that are highly trained and investigating these types of incidents, and they're the ones that are working against Derek Dennis ABC News and it looks like ownership of one of the nation's prominent baseball teams could be changing hands for a pretty big chunk of change in their hedge fund manager Steve Cohen says. I am excited to have reached an agreement with the Wilpon and Cats families to purchase the New York Mets. Terms of the deal were not announced. But if Least 23 of baseball. 30 team owners approved the sale in the U. S record for the most money spent to buy a sports team. The nearly $2.3 billion David Tepper spent on the NFL's Carolina Panthers could be topped. This is Cohen second attempt to buy the man's He's spent $40 million on an 8% limited partnership in 2012. His bid beat out another offer from a group that included Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. Brian Clark. ABC NEWS New York Smart Speakers air bringing radio back into the home. No station forms a home better. W easy news video while you cook while you clean and whatever you do in between, we're live in.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"78 a shower or to Thursday night. Right now, it's partly cloudy and 70 degrees in Boston. Oh Weymouth Woman charged in a deadly stabbing in Attleboro was Horton ordered held on bail, but Kayla can do won't be going free. Her bail in an earlier case has been revoked. Prosecutors say she was staying with Kimberly to Philly and her husband in an apartment on Leroy Street, where the victim was found stabbed on Friday. They say the stabbing came after a fight over stolen money and drugs. Cantu was arrested over the weekend in Providence, The state reports 235 new cases of Cove in 19, and nine more deaths. The state's positive test rate is 1.9%. There's a rising concern around the country of another possible impact of the pandemic, child abuse and neglect going, UN reported. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services received 20,000 fewer reports of child abuse and neglect for March to August compared to the same period last year. With more kids at home because of the covert 19 pandemic, some experts worry abuse cases air going undetected because they're often reported by teachers, childcare workers and clergy. Financial hardships, which many are now suffering play a key role in child abuse. Jim Krystle, a CBS News president, Trump fires back at Nevada Governor Steve Sis select the Democrat tweeting that Mr Trump's decision to hold an indoor rally in his state last night was quote, reckless and selfish, but the president says the governor blocked his efforts to hold the event outdoors. Outside.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Vehicles. For weeks, Firefighters in the West have been battling a relentless siege of wildfires just north of Sacramento. The north complex West zone fire, destroying the community of very Greek and killed at least three people. A dozen others are missing. I don't want to know where the rest of my family there are at least 12 people missing in that area. President Trump's still on the defense after released audio recordings showed that he intentionally misled Americans about the severity of the Corona virus back in February and March. She was no lie here. What we're doing is we're leaving and we're leading in a proper way. The comments were part of a Conversation with journalist Bob Woodward. It's a legal fight over the virus between Iowa politicians and the school system. Republican Iowa Governor Kim Randall says students in the state capital of Des Moines must return to the classroom. The state's biggest school district wants to educate all students remotely during the covert 19 pandemic. I am committed to working with the Des Moines Public School to meet the health and education needs of our students to judges have ruled the state has Theo authority to impose its rule. Is on local school districts and can order the Des Moines System Tau have in person learning Jim Krystle, a CBS News Hackers linked to Iran, China and Russia, are trying to hack both this year's political campaigns. CBS is little bit Olivia Gases, says. That's according to investigators with Microsoft in a block post, the company's vice president characterized the attacks is unsuccessful, but said the level of activity made it clear that hackers had stepped up their efforts in targeting the 2020 election. Both President Trump and Joe Biden will be in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, tomorrow to mark the September 11th anniversary. Of Portland, Oregon, where Mayor Ted Wheeler has ordered police to stop using tear gas for crowd control during the last 100 days. Portland, Multnomah County and state police have all relied on CS Gas where there's a threat to life safety. We need something different, and we need it now. He says he still wants police to respond aggressively. This is CBS News. Save up to 45% during Dale semi annual sale on business laptops and desktops with Intel core processors called 877 by Dale or visit del dot com slash business deals coming home to what's left after a wild fire that story coming up after Cairo radio, real time traffic Tracy Taylor We're still watching the accident on north and four or five of the West Valley Highway. It's blocking the rampant. It's taking up the right lane, which explains your lineup right around South Centre and now I'm looking at. I don't know what's going on up. There It is. It's a traffic stop. That's off to the side on South 25 at South 200. I see State Patrol that's partially blocking the on ramp there, and it looks like a little bit of that right lane. So that explains the lineup from coming up from South Centre Hill. Backup's on south and five through the convention center Self in four or five as we get out of Bellevue and heading out towards Newcastle, I'm also hearing that there still working. Nope. They cleared the crash that happened out near theme Uncle Tio Speedway and Harbor Point Boulevard and Rock blasting Work starts at 6 30 over Snoqualmie Pass traffic brought to you by Amtrak rolled out new safety measures, including in his cleaning, efficient air filtration and physical distancing. Learn more at Amtrak dot com. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my northwest dot com I know people you know, like there. But until you go through something like that, you just you can't imagine it 71 year old Darryl Hurdy, returning to his home in Graham on Ly to find it destroyed by a wildfire. At least six homes were lost in that fire, which is now out.

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WTOP

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

"Yes, they are, And they're gonna be with us tomorrow as well. But it will gradually drop on Friday. That's going to set the scene for a beautiful holiday weekend just to give you a little update about this weekend Sunshine temperatures around 80. And low humidity. Obviously not the case. Today we've got the clouds. We've got a little bit of drizzle this morning. We've got a lot of humidity and temperatures in the mid seventies will warm up to near 90. Today It's going to feel near 100 degrees with that humidity could have some midday sun shine at least pops of it before. Another round of thunderstorms comes this afternoon after about 34 o'clock. Some of these thunderstorms could pack a punch. We're talking about damaging winds, small hell and possibly a brief tornado. Now as we head into the overnight temperatures were back in the sixties and said. Diesen. Patchy fog tomorrow a little bit more sunshine tomorrow afternoon. Some more storms about a 40% chance. Some of those could be strong to severe temperatures around 90 tomorrow, still in the upper eighties on Friday, but improving conditions with plenty of sun and gradually falling humidity. And as I said this weekend, looking absolutely fantastic across the region temperatures now we're coming in at 76 here in Washington and doubtless, also at 76 sober spring in 73 in Fredericksburg, it's 75. And Lauren. Right now we have 73 degrees in friendship Heights. Brought to you by newly comb design right now, say 50% on all roofing materials. It's a 22 now to your health sponsored by my eye Doctor. Doctors of optometry Visit my eye doctor dot com A new large scale study is offering hope for covert 19 vaccine efforts. Antibodies that our bodies produce to fight Corona virus last for at least four months after diagnosis and do not fade quickly. A sub earlier reports suggested those air the findings of scientist who tested more than 30,000 people in Iceland. It's the most extensive work yet. On the immune system's response to the virus and his good news for efforts to develop vaccines. Jim Krystle, a CBS News The National Institutes of Health Panel of More than three dozen experts says there's no evidence backing the use of convalescent plasma to treat Corona virus patients and doctors shouldn't treat it as a standard of care until more study has been done. A statement contradicts the Trump administration's characters, characterization of the treatment as historic and a major advance. Statement says Well controlled, randomized trials are needed to determine whether convalescent plasma is effective and safe for the treatment of covert 19. The politics of poverty might determine how well workers can support their families during the pandemic. State laws impacting everything from unemployment insurance to Medicaid can be crucial. This pandemic has shown us that everyone needs health care whether they're employed or not employed with Oxfam America, a group working to alleviate global poverty. Katie Henderson state see to expand Medicaid. Also, she says, all state should have paid leave and improve unemployment.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The weekend. Jim Krystle, a CBS knew his first two days of in person learning have gone off without a hitch up the clerks in school district. It's one of the earliest to reopen classrooms in our states Superintendent Finland, Nolan. There's been no issues as Faras mask compliance, that kid's air wanting to be a school and even outside, they're keeping their masks on there. So grateful that there's any kind of school it all that they're just Happy to do whatever we ask. Schools are doing a half and half model where students spend a portion of the week on campus and the rest of home and now your Cairo radio weather going to be just a gorgeous weekend out there 80 degrees for the high this afternoon than mid seventies. Saturday and Sunday. All sunshine right now 65 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Erin Granola Stream. Cairo Radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo radio ad by northwest dot com. Cairo Radio Your first source to know and understand Corona virus. We'll go back to the G and Ursula Shoji is off today. Mike Lewis's co piloting again with me on this Friday morning, I could tell it's a Friday The words are hard to get. You saw me. They spent all the words earlier. The Oh my goodness. You saw me this morning that someone whose name I should know I could not spit out for the hole. Talk of the life of me saying, Agent. This's no good, OK coming up in about 15 minutes. We're going to talk to a gentleman who we spoke with earlier in the week and he told us about how he had not been getting any unemployment payments. For the past five months, and he was going to in really tough straits. There's some good news to report is going to share that with us coming up in 15 minutes, But right now we want to talk a little bit more about the outrage and the call to action from the aunt of Jacob Blake. He is the black man who was shot seven times in the back by a white police officer in Wisconsin over the weekend. Nicole Blake chap it's shared her outrage over the shooting of her nephew by Canosa police. As he joined Black lives matter. Seattle for a press conference in front of Seattle City Hall yesterday, We told them to stop after tray von wait, stop. After Orlando Castillo. Especially 12. It stopped after George Clyde. Now, after the attempted execution of my nephew were former criminal defense attorney couldn't believe her eyes when she saw the video. I like to hear people using the term seven to the back. Seven to the back is assemble that white cops were so scared of black men. That they shoot them seven times from two inches away because of their own personal fear. What kind of family did this man bro weapon that he had soon? A black man made it be killed that in time and gave the killer. She called police violence like that her nephew experienced illegal and blamed government for allowing it to continue for decades. Government officials and politicians Have allowed policemen tto police themselves. The police state of America has proven they don't care what Americans think about them killing Jeff. It's also said it was time to change that by defunding police. They don't need that much money because there's not gonna be a swatch cry. Take that money. On the little black child who desires who prays to be an artist Gets piano lesson. Take that money and the black family who's struggling because their parents were criminal or welfare clients and their parents. Parents were criminal welfare clients take that money and help them learn. Take that money to give to get that message out. She's calling for protests. I would like you to come out everything that has my nephews name on it so that just like George Floyd, people feel love reach out to them. But she said, taking to the streets in Kenosha isn't going to be enough. You know how.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

"Spreading that virus. Widely, covert expert Takeshi CA SE says the most dangerous person in the room could be the one who looks the healthiest people in their twenties, thirties and forties are increasingly driving spread. Many are unaware and that means there's a danger they could unknowingly spread the virus to the elderly and vulnerable. They encounter. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London, researchers have discovered that the flu spreads in ways that Been known before. New research from the University of California and Mount Sinai finds the fluke and spread through the air on dust fibers and other microscopic particles. That's worrying to some researchers that it spreads in ways other than respiratory droplets from other humans. They've long assumed it spreads from being around those who are coughing, sneezing or talking transmission by dust, they say, opens up whole new areas to investigate BBS correspondent Cami McCormick Ah wind for transgendered persons in the US at least. Now, just one day before Trump Administration effort to end transgender health protections was set to take effect. A federal judge in New York makes a move to block it. The rule plan to get rid of protections for them against discrimination by doctors, hospitals and health insurance companies. But the judge said it went against a Supreme Court case that outlawed workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The ruling is only a temporary action while a lawsuit moves forward Lisa Matteo CBS News to 42. Her and her Children have been left homeless after that deadly gas explosion in Baltimore last week, But she says she's not been left to fend for herself. She's getting a lot of support from the community. Here's double D T O P is Melissa how the local group Casa held a vigil last night in Baltimore near the site of the explosion That happened last week, speaking through a translator, Mary Bell of resident impacted by it shared her experience. She watched the explosion caught by her home security cameras on her phone while she was out. All I wanted to do at that moment was rush home and make sure my Children were okay. None of her Children were heard in her home wasn't severely damaged, but two others were killed. 20 year old Joseph Grim and 61 year old Lonnie Harriet, Maribel says. It's a horrible loss for the entire community. Oh, she's grateful for the support of groups like Casa and right now where we're in a much better peace. Melissa how w. T O P NIS Fire and an apartment building in Annapolis back in June that left 30 people and 10 pets homeless. Caused by lightning. The apartments building in on spot roads at about $1.3 million in damage. It was one of the biggest fires in recent history in the capital city. There has been hit and historic find on a major Southern university. More than 200 unmarked graves have been discovered in a cemetery on the campus of South Carolina's Clemson University. The graves were thought to be slaves, sharecroppers and convicted men who built university buildings in the 18 nineties. Dr. Rhonda Thomas is a Clemson history professor. We cannot not honor them because we are indebted to black labour for the existence of Clemson University. Additional graves are expected to be uncovered his restoration work continue. In the once littered and overgrown campus cemetery. Jim Krystle, a CBS News forecasters have been watching a powerful storm that's been moving north from Mexico. Hurricane Genevieve has grown rapidly into a very dangerous Category four storm it threatens to bring Tropical storm force winds to parts of Baja California. Now this storm as a maximum number of a maximum sustained winds of 130 miles an hour. It is moving to the northwest at 16 Miles an hour. You want to stay with double d t o p will keep on top of it as that storm moves north. Let's get the latest now on what's going on on Wall Street. Here's Jeff Kleber, that was down 30 points. He hasn't be 500 Index is up 10 Money news in 10 minutes on double sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda and 2 45 back to.

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"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"jim krystle" Discussed on WTOP

"Soaring number of covert 19 cases in some parts of the country is setting off concern in Congress as lawmakers are learning Mohr for medical experts. Get details from W. GOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. We're all concerned about recent data from several states indicating rising infections. Admiral Brett Giroir, member of the White House Corona Virus Taskforce, who tells a house panel that testing continues to ramp up with many states hitting record numbers. This week, the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer, says legislation needs to come together more quickly. Number of covert cases Health related is the number one effect on the long term health of the economy. House Republican whip Steve Sculley says the country has made progress in many areas but urges young people to take the necessary health precautions so they don't spread the virus as your experience in more freedom. That freedom comes with responsibility. As for a vaccine, and I each director Francis Collins assures a Senate panel that the rapid pace of research isn't cutting corners. I think the ability to do things so quickly is not compromising safety on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News Hours after President Trump celebrated a drop in the unemployment rate this morning for Vice President Joe Biden went on the offensive. The likely Democratic nominee, said in a Twitter video that the nation is still in a deep job hole and that minorities or feeling the pandemics worst effects even acknowledge the disproportionate impact. This disease is having a black brown in Native American communities. Much less done anything to address those health disparities. Underlying systemic racism, the shapes You know the answer. Course now. I require him to step up and lead would require him to put the American people ahead of his own interest. Another 1.4 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits just last week that marks the 15th straight week of Mohr than a 1,000,000 new unemployment claims. We'll talk more about the June jobless numbers coming up at 1 40 Stay with us for that. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case over whether the Trump administration should turn over the full Mueller report. But it likely won't happen until after the November election. More from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. The cord is agreeing to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a lower court's ruling that it turned over secret grand jury testimony in the Mueller probe to the Democratic controlled House of Representatives. A decision though, might not happen until 2021. Democrats say the materials could reveal new misconduct allegations and generate new articles of impeachment against President Trump. Another strict abortion law in the deep South is now on the books. Mississippi Republican Governor Tate Reeves has signed a law that bans abortion based on the race, sex or genetic anomalies of a fetus. Supporters say it will prevent abortion for down syndrome or other conditions. Opponents argue and interferes with private medical decisions in a state with only one abortion clinic. CBS correspondent Jim Krystle, Um up ahead. Another Confederate statue has been removed in Richmond. It's 1 35.

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