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02:54 min | 2 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"Hour, sponsored by nitsa. I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago in a speech at the UN said the UN Secretary of State Antony Blinken targets Russia's president over the war in Ukraine. No nation can redraw the borders of another by force. If we fail to defend this principle, when the Kremlin is so flagrantly violating it, we send a message to aggressors everywhere that they can ignore it too. CBS's Deborah patch on Russia's call up of 300,000 reservists. This bullet in scene shown on Russian television only tearful farewells as civilians called out to fight and Vladimir Putin's wall said their goodbyes to loved ones. Those that could try to lead the country to avoid conscription, traffic backed up with several Russian border exits. Many of these reserve soldiers have never fought in a war. Let alone one that has even hardened Russian fighters fleeing positions as cat four hurricane Fiona approaches Bermuda, they've been boarding up windows more from Chris Warren with the weather channel. Watching and waiting in Bermuda for a category four hurricane hurricane Fiona going to get very close and as the storm does move off to the north, it is possible this could be a historic storm for Canada. Former president Trump suggests on social media that the FBI may have planted evidence at Mar-a-Lago and tells Fox News that feds may have taken his will. Special master Raymond Derry, who's reviewing the documents seized at Mar-a-Lago, has given Trump's lawyers until next Friday to say whether they question the inventory's accuracy. Louisiana state police say a number of robocalls have gone out around the state reporting fake shooter situations at schools. Jones. No active shooter incidents have happened. Trump I public information officer Thomas gossen said Louisiana isn't alone as ten other states reported similar activity this week. Welsh police chief Marcus crochet explained his department who was warned about the calls being made and sent out officers to the towns to schools just to be safe. Our Jim crisilla reports on a closely watched outer space experiment. Global calls this week reporting fake shooter situations that dozens of school systems nationwide have panicked parents and children teachers and staff. Those are ones we just can't mess around with. We have to take those serious each and every one of them. Scott hare is what the Mankato Minnesota school system. With recent events of school shootings, it can cause a lot of panic, a lot of stress. In California, two 14 year old students are expected to be charged after allegedly emailing fake bob for us to teachers. Jim Priscilla CBS News. There's a CBS News. Never miss a moment, top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five. Listen on air on Alexa and on the

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"Passenger complaints of soaring in June, up 270% from the same time in 2019. Airlines for their part need to make sure they're prepared to service the tickets that they're selling. We transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg isn't ruling out new regulations. How do you feel about going into the Labor Day weekend? I do think the steps that have been taken so far are going to be helpful going into Labor Day, but I also do not believe that the system is where it needs to be. An entire city in this country, Jackson, Mississippi has been without drinkable water for days. It's really something. CBS correspondent Jim Priscilla tells us, people that are doing their best in an impossible situation. Coming together. That's what people are doing in the city of a 180,000 that has been without running water for nearly a week. Our neighbors are in need, so we're here in Jackson, Mississippi, and we're making sure that they have water so they can drink. Bill schaefer is a major with the Salvation army, which has been partnering with several companies and other organizations to distribute bottled water. Jim crystal is CBS News Jackson, Mississippi. Is staying in Mississippi a man who stole a plane and fluid over the northern part of the state threatening to crash it into a Walmart is now facing criminal charges. Police in tupelo Mississippi say Corey Wayne Patterson stole a beechcraft king air C 90 a from the tupelo regional airport took off really Saturday morning called 9-1-1 and threatened to crash the aircraft. Patterson doesn't have a pilot's license, but worked to tupelo aviation fueling aircraft, which gave him access to planes. Negotiators convinced him to land the plane, but Patterson did not have the experience to do that. And another pilot tried to coach him through it. A negotiator reestablished contact and the plane landed safely. Patterson faces charges of grand larceny and terroristic threats. I'm Mike Hempen. We've got your traffic and weather and then dozens of artifacts believed to be stolen, seized from a very popular museum in New York City. We'll tell you about it in just a couple of moments. It's four 36. The NFL regular season is almost here. Kick off week one with FanDuel sportsbook. When you place your first $5 bet, FanDuel is gonna hook you up with $150 in free bets guaranteed. Just sign up with promo code big G if I had a 150 bucks in three bets, I'd be taking a look at sprinkling some action on the packers laying a short number against the Vikings. Aaron Rodgers has been throwing touchdown passes on this Vikings franchise for years and I think he's gonna be just fine and I definitely wouldn't feel comfortable backing Kirk Cousins. Get $150 in free bets, win

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"This is CBS News on the hour sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance. I'm Deborah Rodriguez in New York. There's a state of emergency in parts of Texas where people are struggling to dry out after record flooding, CBS Jim Priscilla reports. Up to a foot of rain fell in 24 hours, leading to widespread flooding. These women had to be rescued from their inundated home and cars. Not even 5 minutes just rushing into the house. So I was sorry. Help me tell us crying. There's the threat of more flash flooding today in areas of Texas. Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Mississippi. The Justice Department says it will respond in court to Donald Trump's argument the department's out to diminish the leading voice in the Republican Party. White House correspondent Stephen portnoy. Sources confirmed to CBS News that in 15 boxes voluntarily handed over by the former president earlier this year, more than 150 documents marked classified were discovered, following the FBI seizure earlier this month, The New York Times says the total number of classified documents stored at Mar-a-Lago tops 300. Four Democrats are vying for a shot at challenging Florida governor Ron DeSantis in November, CBS Caitlyn Huey burns has details on contenders in today's primary. There are two top Democrats fighting today to take him on that's agriculture commissioner Nikki fried and former Republican governor turned democratic congressman Charlie Crist. But desantis is beating them both in the polls. In Russia. Foreign minister Sergei Lavrov calling for no mercy for whoever's responsible for the car bombing that killed the daughter of a close adviser to president Putin, corresponding Deborah patta has more. A memorial service in Moscow for Daria dugan killed instantly when her car blew up on the outskirts of the capital. The Kremlin has blamed Ukraine for the hit but Kyiv has vigorously denied any involvement UN Security Council is holding an emergency meeting today on the situation at southern Ukraine zapper Asia nuclear plant. The Washington Post reporting, Twitter's former head of security, fighters at go has turned whistleblower. He's filed a complaint with the SEC accusing the company of misleading regulators about spam and lack security. It could give Elon Musk a boost in his fight to prove Twitter broke its contract to sell him the company. New research links a healthy heart with a healthy brain, CBS's Vicky Barker has details from London. The British

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"The people who attended this parade today to live. Yes, I'm angry. We as a nation deserve better. Let us pray for the injured and those who are still in the hospital tonight. Again, that's Illinois governor JB pritzker and pritzker of speaking at a news conference Monday evening. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has the latest on the fatal shooting of a journalist in the Middle East. U.S. State Department officials have concluded that Israeli army gunfire likely killed an Al Jazeera journalist, but there was, quote, no reason to believe her shooting was intentional. Shireen Abu akli was fatally shocked during an Israeli raid in the occupied West Bank in May. The Palestinian authority gave the bullet taken from the woman's body to U.S. investigators over the weekend, but her deposed, it is opposed to any Israeli involvement in the investigation. It's two 54. Herschel woody Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, will lie in honor at the U.S. capitol. Senator Joe Manchin announced the honor at a memorial yesterday where Williams was remembered for his courage, humility, and selflessness. Williams who died Wednesday at the age of 98 was legend in his native West Virginia for his heroics under fire during several crucial hours at the Battle of Iwo Jima. As a young marine Corporal, Williams went ahead of his unit in February 1945 and eliminated a series of Japanese machine gun positions. Money news at 25 and 55, here's Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. This is a Bloomberg money minute with a

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"Needs to do more but it's hemmed in because at some point we have this dichotomy that long-term short term interest rates And if the fed goes too hard on the short term interest rates it makes it unprofitable for banks to lend money and almost always when that happens the recession happens 6 dozen records set Wednesday more will be broken on Thursday says CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson So in terms of new records a 100° in Nashville that's a new record We'll also set a toasty record in Charleston West Virginia at 97° and 98 Probably even 99 in lieu of the FDA's advisory committee has unanimously recommended that the agency approved the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for very young children CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus I think parents around the world are going to rejoice that this vaccine is available and the hope is we could do better on the vaccinations of kids with this vaccine than we had done with the older kids age 5 through 18 We're only about 35% of kids in those age groups have been vaccinated A third public hearing of the January 6th insurrection investigating committee begins early Thursday afternoon CBS Robert Costa will be watching We expect to learn new details from pence's former council Greg Jacob about how Trump was enraged on the eve of the insurrection inside The White House one on one with pens will also learn about how Pence finalized his letter resisting Trump's pleas to block Biden certification will learn all about how pence's inner circle handled a crisis in the presidency There's some evidence that a beer could be good for you Cheers Men who drink a locker beer every day could increase the diversity of their bodies gut microbes and reduce the risk of diseases That's according to a new study published by the American chemical society Logger beer is brewed fermented and conditioned at low temperatures with some considering it the best beer for heart health CBS Jim Priscilla Amazon customers in California can sue the company for failing to warn buyers that some of the products it sells may contain hazardous substances The state Supreme Court refused to overturn an appeals court ruling that Amazon violated the state's toxic warnings law It could be another record for NBA superstar LeBron James a one of a kind trading card from a 2020 2021 collection is being auctioned off this month This.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"Right Frank thanks For the top stories we're following for you right now on WTO breaking this evening one man is dead after and another hurt After they were shot by the owner of a car they were attempting to carjack It happened in Alexandria just south of Potomac yard a major abortion rights protest is planned on the national mall tomorrow afternoon comes after a leak of a draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court will overturn roe V wade Bad news for some parents the ongoing baby formula shortage may not end any time soon Stores are now expecting a month's long delay before a full supply formula hits shelves again Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes In other news a former nurse in Nashville has been sentenced to probation for a deadly medical error 38 year old former Nashville Tennessee nurse redondo vault was sent to three years supervised probation Her medical mistake cost a 75 year old woman her life in late 2017 Circuit court judge Jennifer Smith Courthouse also considered the fact that miss vault will never again be in a position to repeat this fatal error She has been stripped of her nursing license Vault apologized in court to family members of Charlene Murphy several of whom said she would not have wanted to see the former nurse jailed Jim Priscilla said yes news They had in money news Without ends the day up 466 points More than 400,000 D.C. area people now do this I'm Jeff Clayton 6 48 We've got traffic.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"Friday Mishandling Ukrainian authorities began the first war crimes trial of the conflict A 21 year old captured Russian soldier is accused of fatally shooting an unarmed civilian in the early days of the war CBS is Skylar Henry says the conversation comes as Ukraine says Russia has suffered heavy losses in eastern Ukraine President Biden has addressed criticism that his administration did not quickly enough to address the baby formula shortage If we'd been better mind readers I guess we could have but we moved as quickly as a problem became apparent to us The president told reporters his administration is now taking steps to address the problem including pushing states to loosen restrictions for people who use wick food assistance to buy formula A former Tennessee nurse has been sentenced to probation in a patient's death Redundant of vault was sentenced to three years supervised probation for a medication error that killed a 75 year old woman in late 2017 Davidson county Tennessee circuit court judge Jennifer Smith The defendant although guilty of a crime committed the offense under such unusual circumstances that it is unlikely that a sustained intent to violate the law motivated the criminal conduct Vault a 38 year old former nurse apologized in court to relatives of the victim Charlene Murphy Jim Priscilla CBS News Goodbye from White House press secretary Jen Psaki at her last press briefing I want to thank all of you in this room You have challenged me You have pushed me You have debated me and at times we have disagreed That is democracy in action That is it working Without accountability without debate government is not as strong Should.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"The south CBS Jim Priscilla has more on a new poll that's out The tackle sexual orientation and gender identity 7% of U.S. adults now identify as LGBTQ according to a new Gallup poll That's a double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured identity Much of the increase is being generated by young people 21% of Generation Z Americans those board from 1997 to 2003 identify as LGBTQ Major military academies the word is sexual assault numbers went up sharply in the school year that ended last spring the military does have new prevention and treatment programs and has vowed to bring those numbers down Now the Dow is up down three 70 This is CBS News If you're checking for fever the leading side of COVID-19 beware of dangerously inaccurate non contact thermometers Instead learn about at dot com It's one O three on WTO on this Thursday afternoon the 17th of February clouds in 60° now in Washington Good afternoon I'm more close And I'm Debra Feinstein here at the top local stories of the hour a judge's ruling yesterday made masks optional in loudoun county schools And today we ask governor Glenn youngkin about folks in schools having different opinions on the mask question I strongly strongly not only encourage but appeal to all of our better selves to respect one another Here at the Leesburg diner governor Glenn youngkin says the decisions made by parents about masking are especially good reasons for that family When we have a colleague a fellow student a teacher an administrator who has a mask on or doesn't have a mask on We should deeply respect that Deeply respected In the Leesburg Neal or TLP news Now tonight the Arlington school board will be considering pausing the school districts virtual.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In Elizabeth, New Jersey reporter Alice Gainer, with terrifying stories of how fast the water roles when the Elizabeth River crested it sent water about 8 to 10 FT. High trapping some people in their ground floor apartments with nowhere to go heard her screaming and she was like, Help me help! I sell you okay, Several people saw their neighbor, a woman in her thirties, go outside with her dog. She was on the truck, but they say she went back into her apartment became trapped and died. Heard of me because I know that girl was in there. The mayor says. Three other people in the complex also died. A man in his thirties and two people in their seventies. Two sisters aged 67 84 1 of them blind. Kept trying to position themselves above the water. We stand up anything The water was up to. Here He was singing. Come my hair. Jesus. Come on. Sonia Rivera lives upstairs. I kept step, stopping on the floor to make sure they were still alive. First responders arrived in a boat to Rivera's, and within minutes, the fire department used a saw to drill through the floor so they could rescue the women below. I say, Why are we are gonna do you? The hurricane? The waters is up to Of the year, but they did have been like five minutes. He was three minutes. I think we should have been gone. She came out of the water praising God and I was right there with a reporter Alice Gator on the Gulf Coast. CBS's Jim Priscilla covered the landfall of Hurricane Ida and joins us Allison Island downtown New Orleans on Famous Canal Street. I've gone the past week or self, uh, here in New Orleans. Uncovering Ida experiencing Ida. I also experienced Hurricane Katrina here 16 years ago. And a couple of general observations first off in terms of the city. I think there was far more damage in Katrina, then from Ida. Now outside the city. It's the exact opposite a lot more damage outside of New Orleans proper, especially to the parishes, the bayou parishes to the southwest, Tremendous, tremendous property damage. In Homa places like that mortgage city, Thibodeau and then further south down towards Grand Isle, But I can tell you having experienced both Alison but in the aftermath of Katrina I and my colleagues from CBS and really colleagues with the other media who were here really feared for our lives because of the lawlessness, especially the first 345 days after Katrina hit. I remember Katrina hitting on Monday, and the storm itself wasn't that bad. But then, of course, the levees gave away in the city flooded and we all know the history, but I haven't had that sense at all with item in terms of these past several days after either came and going on Sunday came and went on Sunday. I haven't felt any kind of personal danger or or fearing for my safety. I'm curious, Jim. I know that, as you just said you were there for for Katrina. And I know you've also been talking to people that are without power and food and water and might be for weeks. I wonder. If people there are wondering what the heck is the government doing that This is a huge problem. All of these years later, I see a lot of people saying, Where's FEMA? Where's FEMA? Where's the help for us? Yes, it's you effect here is the class shape of deja vu all over again. But yes, In terms of the power situation, many of these people are reliving the misery and, frankly, the hell they went through after Katrina without power without any condition. Obviously, New Orleans is a warm place and even this time of the year Every day. It's it's in the nineties, mid nineties with the heat index well and well above 100. It's just miserable. You're sweating. You're frankly, your smelly. A lot of people haven't had a shower for a week or so. So, yeah, it's very difficult. Very little warm food is available. Virtually no stores are open a handful if they have a generator. Some of the grocery stores have reopened again on generator power. Again. Yeah, People are very I certainly not to the degree, the frustration and the anger they had after the train. I haven't sensed that with this, but at being said, give it another Whatever week or two for these poor people down here if they still don't have power and our conditioning, uh, they're gonna get pretty desperate. CBS's Jim Priscilla. Coming up reaction to the Texas abortion ban. That's next on the CBS News weekend. Roundup. I heart radio Earth is here with little tips for a healthier planet. A staggering eight.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Making its way through New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut right now and will be in Massachusetts before too long. In fact, we're expecting the first raindrops from this leftover storm system to Start falling on us this afternoon. There is a flash flash flood watch in effect from this afternoon to tomorrow and tonight it's really going to get dicey. We've got a lot of downpours, flooding situations. 2 to 4 inches, widespread expectations from this storm. Some areas could be hit even harder. It's really going to come down overnight and for the early portion of tomorrow morning's drive to work. Rain starts to taper off as we work our way through the morning hours, and by midday, it's all out of here. Sunshine returns tomorrow afternoon. It's going to be cool upper sixties to low seventies tomorrow, But what's behind the storm system is worth the wait. We've got plenty of sunshine on the way Friday and heading into the long holiday weekend 806 and 71 degrees here in Boston this Wednesday morning. A million people are still without power in all of Louisiana. Days after Hurricane Ida, But electricity has just been restored to a portion of New Orleans. The big Easy still has a ways to go. It's under an all night curfew. Many are without running water, and it's hot. This is all costing the big easy, some big business first It was the pandemic, then Hurricane Ida hit. Costing businesses big business. Scott Wood owns a brewpub. I couldn't imagine having gone through the last two years in any other city that didn't have the levity that we have that didn't have the neighborliness that we have. We take care of one another. And I think that makes the difference here with the city without power would gave the bear away rather than let it go Bad. Jim Priscilla, CBS NEWS New Orleans this maybe years late, but it's not a dollar short. A local man finally gets his due. And picks up his high school diploma. 22 year old Ryan Boyd is thrilled to have his diploma three years after he left Marlborough High School. Now that I got the diploma in my hand, it just really shows how far I've come. Boy has a mild form of autism and learning's always been tough back in 2018. When he walked across.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve K Thin. The deadline for the US pullout from Afghanistan is a week from today. Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell tells Fox News. If it takes longer, so be it extend the deadline. Get outside the perimeter. Make sure that every single American who wants to leave is able to get out with our assistance. And Our Afghan allies, officials say the CIA director William Burns, met with a top Taliban leader yesterday in the Afghan capital Today. The Taliban insisted extra time would not be honored. CBS NEWS National Security contributor Michael Morale what they're trying to accomplish. I can only speculate, but the one is undoubtedly sending the Taliban a message that there's no plans to stay, you know, don't worry about additional U S forces coming into the country and, you know, we expect you to live up to Your agreement with President Trump that you not attack Americans as they leave KABUL A new federal lawsuit challenges the South Carolina law that bans mask mandates in schools. CBS's Jim Priscilla has more on how things are going. In one major district where schools are open. More than 23,000. Students across metro Atlanta are in quarantine just a few weeks into the school year, the number is likely much higher since only a select few districts release quarantine numbers. Lamar County, Georgia schools have gone to virtual learning for several weeks because of soaring covid 19 cases. And with the Delta variants, sparking that surge in cases the message from Hawaii's governor David IgE, a is don't go there at least Not through October is not a good time to travel to the islands. Restaurant capacity has been restricted. There is limited access to rent a cars and the Waverly Tennessee area. People like Kenny Rochelle are at work again today, searching for the missing after the weekend's disastrous flooding. I just can't lay in the bed when there's people losing.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now. Whether you want to go to the game is a whole other question. Ticket sales experts say This may be the most anticipated game of the regular season and Somerville James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio landscape in college hockey, is changing with a big Hockey East upset the associate head coach at U Mass. Asked. Ben Bar is jumping ship from the national champs to a head coaching gig at the University of Maine Bar becomes the new men's ice hockey coach for the black Bears. Take over the program for the late red Genderen, who died in April. It's a 49 Sunshine 59 degrees here in Boston. Fast food giants are raising wages as they struggled to find new workers. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has more McDonald's will increase pay at 650 company owned stores of the U. S. To help attract new workers in a tight labor market. McDonald's will raise pay an average of 10% to $13 per hour rising to $15 per hour by 2024 supposedly has also announced pay hike. McDonald's is largely run by franchisees, which are also being urged by the company to raise the wages as well. Warmer weather here in Boston today and right through the way You can do that certainly feels good. But it's also a big red flag and a warning sign for the Environmental Protection Agency. Scientists say there are that climate change is not only ramping up in the United States, the effects are becoming more severe, and the change is noticeable in just the past few years. This will say wildfires are bigger and starting earlier in the year, heat waves are more frequent and damaging storms are now packing and even heavier punch. This sounded like a great idea for the environment just a few weeks ago, But Tesla has now begun to think twice. It was just over. Three months ago, the Tesla bought $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin with plans to use it for payments and other transactions. CEO Elon Musk says the environmentally friendly electric automaker will no longer accept or sell the crypto currency. Musk says Bitcoin uses fossil fuels for mining transactions, especially those involving Cole. He tweets things good change of Bitcoin moves to more sustainable fuels. Peter King CBS News It is a mess on the roadways. 8 51. We'll check him out Next. The Loop is five minutes of news from the number one news.

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NCAA Warns State Lawmakers Against Limiting Transgender Sports Participation

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

NCAA Warns State Lawmakers Against Limiting Transgender Sports Participation

"Who want to place limits on transgender athletes have been put on notice here. CBS's Jim Priscilla, the NC double A board of governors has warned state lawmakers that putting limits on transgender athletes in sports could result in the loss of championship games and events. 30 states are considering legislation banning transgender girls from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity. The Republican governors of Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have already signed such measures into law. It's 12

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NCAA Backs Transgender Athletes, Says Events Will Be in Places 'Free of Discrimination'

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

NCAA Backs Transgender Athletes, Says Events Will Be in Places 'Free of Discrimination'

"Limits on transgender athletes have been put on notice. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has more the NC double. A board of governors has warned state lawmakers that putting limits on transgender athletes and sports could result in the loss of championship games and events. 30 States are considering legislation banning transgender girls from participating in sports consistent with their gender identity. The Republican governors of Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have signed such measures into law. How we doing on Wall

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Supreme Court Gives Georgia Win in Water War With Florida

Kilmeade & Friends

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Gives Georgia Win in Water War With Florida

"Has prevailed in a long running legal fight with a neighboring state. CBS's Jim Priscilla, has been following this story. The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously for Georgia in a drawn out legal fight with Florida over water. The court rejected Florida's claim that Georgia uses too much of the water. It flows from the Atlanta suburbs to the Gulf of Mexico, Florida claimed Georgia's over consumption of water is to blame for the decimation of the Sunshine State's oyster industry. The justices dismissed Florida's lawsuit, which had been before the court twice in the past three years.

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Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure

"Caffeine changes. Your brain research has found that regular caffeine consumption does not actually disrupt quality sleep, but it can alter the part of the brain connected to memory reporter Jim Priscilla says. Scientists find caffeine can reduce the brain's gray matter in the cortex. But if you cut off the caffeine, the effects temporary caffeine is the world's most

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2 men accused of posing as US marshals to get out of wearing masks at Miami area resort

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

2 men accused of posing as US marshals to get out of wearing masks at Miami area resort

"Lands to men in jail in South Florida, Two men are accused of pretending to be federal marshals and flashing phony credentials to get out of wearing facial coverings to the South Florida resort Hotel. The men aged 53 81 allegedly threatened to arrest workers of the Deerfield Beach Florida Hotel and half the facility find over the face mask running and CBS's Jim Priscilla says a real Marshall it was called by authorities ended up arresting the two men.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rides with the variance spreading across the country. Right now, the rate that started the United Kingdom is spreading and because it is much more infectious, we're worried that these kind of events Super Bowl in Tampa Bay, as well as parties across the country can lead to significantly more cases. Scientists are predicting that new variant originally found in Britain could become the dominant strain in the U. S. By the end of March, White House Medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci encouraging news. Is that the vaccines that we're currently distributing right now? Quite effective against that particular variant, less so against the South African, the 351. But hopefully we will get the virus on the much better control advisor says it'll radically increased production of its vaccine correspondent Jim Priscilla Visor is calling it project light speed. The drug maker hopes to nearly cut in half the amount of time it takes to produce a batch of covert 19 vaccine from 110 days to an average of 60 days, Fizer has doubled the vaccine output at its plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In just the last month. In addition to the $1400 checks, the president has proposed the White House is signaling its support for an expansion of the child tax. Credit correspondent Steve Important, Like Correct Child tax credit is $2000. The president already proposes to boost it this here too, as much as $3600 for child. Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal, who chairs the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, wants to write that expanded credit in the law and make it permanent Chairman Neil says the credit should be paid in monthly installments and even go to families that Oh, no federal income tax. CBS is Stacey Lynn says former President Trump's attorneys Air blasting the beginning of his impeachment trial tomorrow. Mr Trump's legal team accuses Democrats of attempting to silence a political opponent and says they're exploiting last month's capital riot. For their parties gain. They call the impeachment case Political theater and urged the Senate to dismiss it entirely. The Dow gained 2 38 NASDAQ was up 1 31..

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The hundreds who stormed into the capital is Congress took up the electoral College count was a Texan named Guy Wesley ref it, according to a federal agents affidavit. Effort is also accused of threatening his own family members. If they reported him. You know what happens to traitors he's accused of telling them. But ref it's 18 year old son had already reported his father to the FBI weeks before the riot, saying that the elder ref, it was talking about doing something big. The team tells The New York Times that he didn't realize it was an assault on the Capitol. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Dallas and more than 100, Vermont National Guard soldiers will remain in the nation's capital until the end of February. And they're joining the thousands of National Guard troops at least 5000 that will remain in Washington amid threats to lawmakers over President Trump's Senate impeachment trial. ABC is Erica. Turkey continues our coverage. The looming impeachment trial of President Trump could antagonize the same people who desecrated the capital earlier this month, some of them the FBI has said were intent on harming members of Congress. Concerns about lawmakers, safety and an attempted repeat of the January 6th riot have caused 7000 National Guard troops to remain in Washington through mid March, when the number is expected to draw down. The National Guard, said troops the would stay as long as needed. And in the wake of Twitter and Facebook banning former president Trump from their platforms. There is worry now about Northern California tech companies possibly being targeted for violence. ABC is Alex Stone, with details from California. A briefing distributed to law enforcement agencies by the Department of Homeland Security and obtained by ABC News warns it online threats of violence directed at Northern California based tech companies and their exam. Negatives are increasing and could turn into violence with little or no warning. The briefing was sent to law enforcement on January 16th before the inauguration, warning that threats have been primarily directed at corporate headquarters and executives. Alex Stone ABC NEWS LOS Angeles, More states are considering easing gun restrictions, Republican lawmakers and several more states. Want to loosen gun restrictions by allowing people to carry concealed weapons without having to get a permit. 15 states already allow concealed carry without a permit, and lawmakers and nine others have proposed allowing or expanding that practice. And CBS's Jim Priscilla as the proposed changes here, come after gun sales hit historic levels last summer. You have the F.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WTOP

"News on the hour sponsored by Rocket Mortgage on that Piper in New York. Republicans and Democrats alike say they are considering impeaching President Trump for a second time. Texas congressman, Democrat Al Green, impeaching him for specifically what happened with the insurrection is not enough. They say it is President Trump who incited the violence that led to five deaths Wednesday at the capital, including a police officer. President elect Joe Biden, speaking right now says impeachment is up to Congress and wants them to focus on confirming his Cabinet members ASAP. Given what our country has been through the last four years, the last few days Given the threats and the risk in this world they should be confirmed, is close to January 20th as possible. Richard Barnett, the man seen sitting at Speaker Pelosi's desk during Wednesday's riot has been arrested in Arkansas and West Virginia. State lawmaker Derrick Evans has just been charged for his involvement to CBS a scholar Henry. Numerous other trespassers have also been identified. Including conspiracy spreader, Jake and Jelly from Arizona, known as the Cuban on C'mon, I was on the front line. Boyd Camper came from Montana. If you haven't heard it's called the Insurrection Act. More arrests are expected in the coming days. Mr Biden says he plans to ramp up vaccine accessibility as soon as he's in office correspondent Jim Priscilla says his words come after this country's deadliest day the U. S has topped 4000 daily coronavirus cases for the first time covert 19. Surge is being seen in several Sunbelt states where there were spikes of the virus. Last summer, the nation had 275,000 new coronavirus cases Thursday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has died and proud to be associate ID with the greatest organization in basement. Team says he suffered a heart attack last night. He was 93 years old, spent seven decades with the team on this day 10 years ago. Shooting in Arizona that critically.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Doesn't stood outside the Trump International Hotel near Columbus Circle for about an hour, holding up two banners that read. Trump is guilty and indict Trump and his correspondent Scott Pringle. US some social media platforms of bringing down the hammer on the president's CBS's Jim Priscilla tells us the president's finding himself on the outside looking in on some sites. Facebook is batting President Donald Trump, at least until President elect Joe Biden is sworn into office. In a post Facebook founder Mark sucker, Berg said. The risk of allowing Mr Trump to use the social media platform is too great after his incitement of a mob that later touched off deadly violence that the U. S. Capitol, Twitter and Instagram have also temporarily blocked the president's accounts after he repeatedly posted false claims about election fraud. Jim Krystle, a CBS News What about Social media and the role it may have played in the violence that broke out on Capitol Hill yesterday. The New York Times is also reported that a lot of what happened On Capitol Hill. What's actually organized on social media, particularly on some of these alternative social networks like parlor, which have become online havens for extremists whose accounts have either been suspended by Twitter or Facebook. Or no, they wouldn't be able to have an account on those services to see that see ensure Facebook's resuming its ban on political ads in Georgia. Now that the Senate runoff there are over the platform posted a message. Thank the state would join the rest of the U. S. In the nationwide ban that was put in place after the November 3rd presidential election. The restriction on Facebook was lifted for Georgia, December 16th in order to get more political information out to voters. 20. Any sporting events have taken a back seat because of the pandemic. And with many in person sports leagues shuttered, more and more communities are turning to ease sports to fill the void for kids. Inaugural Central Massachusetts Recreation and Parks Association East Sports League will soon be up and running. The Hudson Recreation Department teamed up with seven other towns to form the virtual league. The idea is to give kids stuck at home away to compete with other Children online while socializing and having fun report games are The kids are playing at home anyways, on their video systems. This is an opportunity to take what they're already doing and expanded into a avenue for them to compete against other kids, Whether it's in their town or in the surrounding towns similar to when they would play baseball or football team. They would travel around play different towns since Assistant Recreation director Dan Hannan says competition will take place one night a week for an hour. There will be adult supervision. Kevin Tom a Cliff WBZ, Boston's news radio, said, Let's go. Can't tell.

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"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"jim priscilla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Outbreak following a Christmas celebration. Emergency room employee has died after a coronavirus outbreak led to dozens of staff members in the department testing positive for the coronavirus. The outbreak at the Kaiser Permanente San Jose Emergency Department has infected at least 43. Staff members over the past week. Investigators are trying to determine if the sudden spread was caused by an employee who warn inflatable Christmas costume in the emergency department on Christmas. The hospital says the outbreak began soon after the holiday celebration. Mac Piper CBS News There will be March Madness this spring in Indiana. CBS's Jim Priscilla has the story. The NC double A, says The Springs 67 Men's basketball tournament games, including the Final Four will all be played in Indiana, most of them and Indianapolis. The plan is intended to keep the Marquis event from being canceled for a second consecutive year because of the covert 19 pandemic. The NC double a still hasn't determined how many fans will be allowed at the March Madness games. 3 38. We're off the Wall Street, Little January Madness to kick off the new year on Wall Street, Andrew all day is that Bloomberg and Not the way we plan to start the year. No indeed worries about rising Cove in cases and what it might mean for lockdowns and other business restriction measures as well as all kinds of uncertainty the day before the Senate elections down in Georgia and what that might mean for U. S policy, especially economic policy. Kind of weighing down the street here so far now losing 427. NASDAQ Down 1 95 S and P 500 down 57 a proposal by public health leaders to require negative covert tests before most international air travelers return to the U. S. Now has the backing of major U. S airlines. Reuters says. The group Airlines for America, which represents U. S carriers, including United, American and Delta, has sent its endorsement of the plan in a letter to vice President Pence Stuff might start getting more expensive on the inflation front. Expectations are changing. Traders now see US inflation averaging at least 2% per year over the coming decade and wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio one.

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Breakdancing will make Olympic debut at 2024 Paris Games

Atlanta's Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Breakdancing will make Olympic debut at 2024 Paris Games

"Get you into the Olympics. The International Olympic Committee is chosen breakdancing as an official sport. It will be added to the medal events at the 2024 games in Paris. Sort of Jim Priscilla says skateboarding and surfing will be competed in Paris after they Their debut next year in Tokyo. The IOC eliminates several weight lifting events due to persistent doping flow bees.

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Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:34 sec | 2 years 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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Texas inmates paid $2 an hour to move COVID-19 victims' bodies

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Texas inmates paid $2 an hour to move COVID-19 victims' bodies

"The pandemic resurgence. CBS's Jim Priscilla, struggling to keep up with covert 19 deaths in El Paso County, Texas. Jail inmates are being used to move bodies in the mobile Morgues County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego There's no personnel no one to help out and there's volunteers. Even if they are inmates, then that's that's what we're left with Salmon. Diego is waiting on a request to have the

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US coronavirus cases surpass 9.5 million

CBS News Weekend Roundup

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

US coronavirus cases surpass 9.5 million

"In the US There are more than 9.5 million cases of the Corona virus and more than 234,000 people have died. 17 out of 50 States set record one day increases in covert 19 on Thursday and the outbreak is hitting the Midwest Hard. Illinois reported nearly 10,000 new cases Thursday alone the number of hospitalizations in the US roast over 52,000 Thursday and increase for the 11th straight day. CBS Jim Priscilla tells US hospitals in some areas, they're overwhelmed several hospitals in the Metro ST Louis area. Have suspended elective procedures because there's so many people hospitalized. They need the bed space, so they're doing that rather drastic step but again. Over 19 cases and hospitalizations are writing rapidly in the ST Louis

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Supreme Court reinstates Alabama's ban on curbside voting

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court reinstates Alabama's ban on curbside voting

"A nation's highest court has ruled in a legal dispute over curbside voting in one red state in the deep South in a 5 to 3 vote, with the three liberals descending. The Supreme Court has blocked curbside voting in the November election in Alabama. A federal judge had allowed that in response to the cove in 19 pandemic after a state election official banned the practice. 28 States allow curbside voting in which a person votes from their vehicle by handing their Bella to a poll worker. Jim Priscilla, CBS news

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Florida governor extends voter registration deadline after online system crash may have stopped thousands from enrolling

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Florida governor extends voter registration deadline after online system crash may have stopped thousands from enrolling

"For voter registration in a presidential battleground state is extended after a computer crash may have stopped thousands of voters from enrolling its A big snafu. We get Mohr from Jim Priscilla with CBS NEWS Florida Governor Rod De Santis has extended the state's voter registration deadline after heavy traffic caused the state's online system to crash that potentially prevented thousands of people from signing up to vote in next month's presidential election. That deadline that expired Monday. Was extended to 7 P.m. eastern time today. Joe Biden and tweeting about the move to extend the deadline. Mr Biden says the decision is a win for democracy and urges people to register to vote.

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Georgia lawmaker creates COVID-19 whistleblower email

Herman Cain

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Georgia lawmaker creates COVID-19 whistleblower email

"Corner. State representative says her email has blown up with whistleblower complaints about school safety in the pandemic. Georgia State representative Beth Moore says she's already received more than 650 complaints. About unsafe Corona virus conditions in schools reporter Jim Priscilla says more set up the email after a North Paulding high school student got into trouble for posting a photo of a pact corridor starting Monday that high school alternates days for in school instruction, based on last name.

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GE selling century-old lighting unit to Savant Systems

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

GE selling century-old lighting unit to Savant Systems

"Hall General Electric no longer in the light ball business CBS's Jim Priscilla tells us the Boston based company has been selling off underperforming parts of its empire for years we heard now General Electric has decided to get out of the lighting business after nearly a hundred thirty years the company is selling its Cleveland Ohio based lighting unit to smart home company savant systems G. E. was formed on April fifteenth eighteen ninety two Jim chrysalis

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Suicide car bombing in Somalia's capital kills at least 3

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Suicide car bombing in Somalia's capital kills at least 3

"Buried this hour the naval academy in Annapolis Maryland it's a private ceremony held for family and a report claims that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren has a law professor in the nineteen nineties was. Not based on any certian of, Warren's native American heritage in Somalia at least, three people are dead including a child after a suicide bomber. Detonated a car bomb outside a government office in the country's capital, captain Muhammad Hussain said the bomber, tried to speed through a, checkpoint, but was stopped by. Security forces prompting him to detonate The vehicle near the gate of how Doug district headquarters he said another four people were wounded mostly young students at a

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"Sinking coffins": Lawsuit seeks $100 million for duck boat victims

Brett Winterble

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

"Sinking coffins": Lawsuit seeks $100 million for duck boat victims

"Four AM seven sixty I'm news eight Eric Conard a, one hundred million dollar lawsuit has been Filed in connection with the fatal duck boat, accident, near Branson Missouri CBS. News Jim Krasula reports a federal court lawsuit accuses the owners and operators of the duck boat. That capsized on table rock lake killing seventeen people of putting profits over safety it is absolutely outrageous that seventeen people were killed on a duck boot when the entire industry was well aware. Of the, fatal design flaws lawyer Andrew Duffy. Says that includes canopies, on the boats. That can trap. People if it starts taking on water Jim priscilla's CBS news it was on the Beatles nineteen. Sixty five album rubber soul it's a song it's taken on, a life of its own and, the dispute over who wrote the music for the. Beatles in my, life maybe. Over CBS news Larry Miller.

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