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Coronavirus: WHO Warns Against Complacency
"World Health Organization warns against complacency is coronavirus restrictions are being lifted more from correspondent Jim Roope sars kovi to the virus that causes covert nineteen is an opportunity when the virus has an opportunity it can transmit readily the WHO's coronavirus technically Dr Maria ventricle says a hallmark of corona virus is its ability to amplify health officials warn of a second to spike of the outbreak if people don't comply with physical distancing and face coverings guide the virus will take that opportunity scenes of crowds gather to close no face coverings she says this is the opportunity the virus needs to make another run adding as restrictions are lifted it is imperative we continue to practice the measures that have made it possible to have restrictions lifted
Lakers return $4.6 million from stimulus loan program
"The Los Angeles Lakers though didn't have any problem getting stimulus money and now they have given it back correspondent Jim Roope with that story tonight the Lakers one of the more profitable franchises in the NBA applied for relief for the small business administration's paycheck protection program and were among the companies and nonprofits granted loans during the first round of distributions but after reports that several large or wealthy entities were securing aid from the program's initial three hundred forty nine billion dollar pole while hundreds of thousands of smaller businesses got nothing the Lakers said they returned
Los Angeles Unified district to close all schools
"The nation's second largest school district announced a coronavirus school cancellation as correspondent Jim Roope reports Los Angeles and San Diego unified both of the two largest school districts in California along with Long Beach and others send their students home with home schooling plan for LA two weeks with a nine hundred campuses will be closed and clean nearly seven hundred thousand students will be instructed through programming on PBS and with with their teachers provided there will be family resource center is open every day so kids can get meals and parents can work but the nation's largest public school system is staying open during the corona virus crisis New York city's mayor said Friday that concerns about the unintended consequences of leaving more than one point one million students with no place to go outweighed mounting pressure to close but there are a growing number of states that have decided to shut down the
First death from coronavirus in the United States confirmed in Washington state
"The first corona virus death in the U. S. comes with a renewed call for precaution and preparedness correspondent Jim Roope reports that health officials urge smart practices like more hand washing unless face touching and to stay away from people who are coughing or sneezing a man in his fifties with underlying health conditions has become the first U. S. casualty from the virus which is now just over two months old what we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg Dr Frank Rita with evergreen health Medical Center where this patient died says we've been seeing the most severe cases with this case along with the least five others in Washington state that are sought medical attention there are likely others with more mild symptoms out there that don't know
WHO Says Risk Of COVID-19 Is Now 'Very High At A Global Level'
"All the help from the risk of the spread of the virus is up but not enough for the World Health Organization to declare a global pandemic more on that now from correspondent Jim Roope the alert level has been raised from high to very high but the reason says WHO's Dr Mike Ryan for no pandemic declaration is that a pandemic suggests all citizens on the planet will likely be exposed to a virus within a defined period of time what we've seen with this virus is that with containment measures with robust public health response the course of this these multiple epidemics can be significantly altered he says it has been proven the virus can be contained declaring a pandemic is giving up on containment and moving to mitigation there are still no widespread community transmission anywhere outside of
WHO Says Risk Of COVID-19 Is Now 'Very High At A Global Level'
"On the health front the risk of the spread of the virus is up but still not enough for the World Health Organization to declare a global and Democrats here's correspondent Jim Roope the alert level has been raised from high to very high but the reason says WHO's Dr Mike Ryan for no pandemic declaration is that a pandemic suggests all citizens on the planet will likely be exposed to a virus within a defined period of time what we've seen with this virus is that with containment measures with robust public health response the course of this these multiple epidemics can be significantly altered he says it has been proven the virus can be contained declaring a pandemic is giving up on containment and moving to mitigation there are still no widespread community transmission anywhere
Boston Red Sox Take Precautions With Prospect From Taiwan Over Coronavirus Concerns
"The Boston Red Sox are keeping a Taiwanese pitching prospect away from the other players on the team amid concerns of corona virus correspondent Jim Roope reports to spring training debut of twenty year old Qiang Liu was on hold while he waits out a team oppose quarantine of sorts Louis eating as males in his fort Myers Florida hotel room not getting out much reports are maybe a run once in a while lifting weights a little this is a precautionary given the operate overseas twenty six year old infielders who way Lynn says he too was shut out for a day Dr Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases so far things in this country are under control but that control could be lost we need to be ready there is still no vaccine and no drugs to combat this
Sanders wins big in Nevada; fellow Democratic candidates not giving up
"Another another big big win win for for Bernie Bernie Sanders Sanders as the Vatican office goers threw their support behind his candidacy correspondent Jim Roope reports Sanders opponents in the democratic presidential race aren't giving up senator Amy Klobuchar's saying her campaign in Nevada exceeded expectations former vice president Joe Biden saying he's poised now to move in a direction he wasn't able to before this second place win here and former south bend Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg saying this is your night this is your camp senator Elizabeth Warren saying since Wednesday's debate a quarter of a million people have contributed more than nine million dollars to her campaign
Las Vegas Democratic debate draws record viewership
"Caucusing continues in Nevada where Democrats are picking a presidential candidate correspondent Jim Roope was in Clark County near Las Vegas sun along with electability is who would best be able to withstand the heat pressure and bashing that will come from president trump especially during debates of course they all believe their candidate hand but no one seems concerned about Russian influence concern the only concern is we need to get the person in the White House it was just people on Facebook sure they can spread some disinformation but we have boots on the ground we talk to the voters we need like we need to make sure they know what's the issues I I think it's just gas lighting this is the first test for the candidates out west in a diverse state where right now senator Bernie Sanders seems to be the front runner in east Las Vegas I'm general sixty five percent of Democrats taking part in the Nevada caucuses say they are very or somewhat liberal one third consider themselves to be moderate Democrats well three percent identify as
"jim roope" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"I'm Jim Roope. At five twenty five. It's money news on KYW, here's Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The robo taxi industry is virtually non-existent today with UBS says it could be worth two trillion dollars five year. Twenty thirty a lot of companies are investing a lot of money. This is a general agreement within fifteen twenty years will be very normal instead wrote the story for Bloomberg news, everything from the building the cost selling the cause running the taxis to semiconductors. They're going to go into the cost to utilities and energy companies, you can build charging stations, very, very broad and already, some familiar, names, or leading the way, the main ones Waymo, which is part of alphabet Google, tesla taking a look at it. The two companies that are going to be the full front of I likely to be lifted Yuba because two major ride sharing companies with the big on known will consumers embrace driverless taxis, with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Charlie Pellett Phillies thirty first annual pride parade marks a milestone in the struggle for LGBT rights at the head on KYW NewsRadio. Our Moyer pool and spa manager. Jess loves dogs. So in two thousand sixteen she adopted a five month old puppy named Kona from wags referral and rescue the experience was so successful that just has fostered fourteen dogs while they waited for permanent.
North Carolina man charged with 1985 murder of top Hollywood director
"Are North Carolina man's been arrested in connection to a thirty for thirty four year old cold case murder as Jim Roope reports forensic and DNA led investigators to the mandate believe killed a. Popular nineteen seventies. TV director forensic evidence. Found on director, Barry cranes stolen car. He was found strangled to death in the garage of his Los Angeles area. Home in nineteen eighty-five was retested in two thousand six then again in two thousand eighteen and this past July led detectives to Edwin Hiatt living in North Carolina, a DNA match then led to high it's rest and police say during questioning he admitted to the
Californian Congressman Plans Spent Fuel Storage Legislation
"Says a near disaster in the decommissioning of a nuclear power plant in southern California proves the process requires federal oversight. Jim Roope reports. Democratic Representative Mike Levin says it happened this past August, one of the whole tick canisters nearly fell about eighteen feet. The Senate Ofra nuclear power plant a little more than fifty miles from San Diego was permanently shuttered in two thousand thirteen after being powered down a year earlier when a leak in one of its steam generators was discovered the process over removing the nuclear waste known as decommissioning is a slow one. There are seventy three fifty ton canisters full of spent nuclear fuel that have been stored in wet cooling pools. It was determined. They should be moved from the wet pools into dry underground vaults. Eighteen feet deep because dry storage requires no, water or electricity. As one of the huge heavy canisters was being lowered. To it's dry vault. It got stuck workers didn't realize the support straps had gone slack. So that canister could have fallen eighteen feet damaging the canister releasing the nuclear waste into the environment in that incident the canister was scratched to causing some concern. And this happened on a Friday, southern California. Edison didn't notify the Nuclear Regulatory Commission until the following Monday Levin and democratic Representative Harley Rueda both who represent districts close to the plant toward the facility and Levin determined that stronger oversight by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is needed at this facility Centeno Frei poses the most risk of any nuclear facility in the nation. There are two earthquake false there and more than eight million people within a fifty mile radius his introduced a Bill that would give closing plants with both population and environmental risks priority in federal oversight of moving nuclear waste aimed also at increasing the safety of such removal, the legislation require. Here's at the federal government. Take the responsible step. There are forty four of those fifty ton canisters full of nuclear waste, the still have to
TSA Launches New 3D Scanner Technology To Replace X-Ray Scanners
"Jim Roope. The transportation secure. Purity administration is bringing new three D security. Scanners to airports across the country. Details from correspondent Bill Michaels. TSA began testing the new machines at airports in Phoenix and Boston nearly two years ago. The machines are now in service at a dozen more locations, the initial deployment of new systems is expected to begin the summer and should be finished sometime next year the biggest perk for travelers according to the USA today. You may not have to take your laptop liquids and other materials out of your carry on bag for inspection in the coming
Women sue California hospital that put cameras in delivery rooms
"Till a southern California hospital is being sued by dozens of women who say they were recorded without their consent while giving birth. Jim Roope has that story. Jessica Lincoln is one of eighty one women in the lawsuit, but between twenty twelve and twenty thirteen some eighteen hundred women may have been recorded at the women's center at sharp Rosemont hospital near San Diego. That's my private moment. Hospital admits to installing small motion detection cameras attached to anesthesia cards in three labor and delivery rooms to catch whoever. It was that was delaying the anesthetic propofol from the rooms the cameras caught the fief, but they also caught on tape women some conscious some unconscious partially robed sometimes the faces genitals. And everything else exposed Carla Jones says she was taped during her C-section idea that there was a camera in a room where I had the most intense moment of my life. I was very upset cameras. Also caught other procedures such as hysterectomies sterilizations dilation. According to court documents all say the women without their consent and stored on unprotected meaning no password required. Computers of multiple users, including non medical personnel and strangers. And a lawsuit claims sharp, quote, did not lock or track who accessed the recordings why. Or when and quote in a statement, the hospital said it regrets any distrusted caused and we're not comment further on the lawsuit. Alison Goddard is an attorney representing the women. Expectation of a person is
Coleman, Academy Awards And Jim Roope discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"There were a few surprises at Sunday night's Academy Awards scars wanted Jim Roope. Was there surprise green? Book took the top prize. Best picture not that I didn't have a chance, but guess was either Roma or behemoth rhapsody surprise over the Coleman won the best actress Oscar for her role as Queen and in the favourite Coleman was also so surprised that it wasn't Glenn Close close. You've been my idol long. And this is not how I wanted it to be. And I think you're amazing surprise. Also
Kraft Heinz, Oscar Mayer And Jim Roope discussed on Larry O'Connor
"I'm Jim Roope. Kraft Heinz is disclosing an investigation by federal regulators, and we'll slash the value of its Oscar Mayer brands by fifteen point four billion dollars shares plunged twenty eight percent marking the company's worst ever one day sell off that array sixteen billion dollars in market
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"Leisure. I'm Jim Roope in Los Angeles. California is known to be on the cutting edge of chain to police use of force bills in California seek to make historic changes to police tactics. The NTSB will investigate yesterday's natural gas explosion in San Francisco and President Trump's pick for attorney general has moved one step closer to confirmation with a vote by the Senate Judiciary committee, those stories next on cage or. Jio San Francisco. A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon just tell Alexa to play K G O eight ten to o'clock on K G O, I'm Nikki medoro. The Richmond San Rafael bridge is closed after large chunks of concrete fell from the upper deck to the lower deck. The CHP posted an alert about the bridge closer just before noon today, along with photographs showing what appeared to be football sized pieces of concrete that had fallen the agency says it's working with Cal trans to determine the problem and find a solution and the chronicle reports one car was damaged, but no injuries have been reported a first of its kind use of force bill's been introduced in the California legislature. Here's correspondent Jim Rupe? Assembly. Bill three Ninety-two narrows the standard on deadly force. Now, an officer uses deadly force if they are in fear of their life or the lives of others too. Broad says assembly member, Shirley Weber. She wants the definition to include only when no other alternatives are available including warnings verbal persuasion or other nonlethal methods of resolution. Or de-escalate forcement will tell you officers action is dictated by the action of the subject. But wherever says, Debbie forces being used to offer California's known to be on the cutting edge of change, and that which is good second Bill keeps the standard but adds training. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. National Transportation Safety board will investigate that natural gas explosion in San Francisco that sent flames high into the air damaging five buildings and sending panicked residents into the streets and eight person team is traveling to San Francisco and will release information as it becomes available city. Fire officials say a crew digging on the street to install fiber optic cables in the city's Richmond neighborhood, cut a natural gas line. President Trump's pick for attorney general has moved one step closer to confirmation with a vote by the Senate Judiciary committee ahead of a vote along party lines. The panels Republican chair Lindsey Graham said he thinks William bar will let the special counsel finish the Russia investigation mango right now. Major molar finishes it without interference tried to make sure yes. The space to do that as to Mr. bar, and how we handle the report I just trust that he will make sure that classified information protected if there's a privacy concern, he'll protect that. But he will share as much as he reasonably can. And this news report is sponsored by credit karma. Get your truly free credit scores and free credit monitoring from credit karma today. Download the credit karma app. Now. A check of the roads in that bridge closure next. Let's say you just bought a house bad.
Los Angeles teachers' strike extends to second day as charter teachers join
"At once, but says they might be more easily gotten if both sides joined a singular battle we share the passion commitment, we share that same frustration. Let's bottle it. Let's put it on their buses and go to Sacramento and help find more funding for educators our schools, and our students either side is back at the bargaining table. Jim Roope, Los Angeles shut student. Journalists have free speech protection and articles. They write for school newspapers. A lawmaker in Virginia speaking out there. Currently going
Police ramp up investigation in sexual assault at Ariz. facility
"Victim. Who was sexually assaulted along. With who assaulted the woman. The investigation is also concerned with how this pregnancy either went unnoticed or unreported for nine months. It went unnoticed. There's negligence how could a change in weight not be noticed lack of menstruation? And if unreported well that's willful either way says Thompson, I'm led to believe that this came to light when the child was born on top of that the CEO of the facility abruptly resigned on Monday, the baby and its mother are said to be okay at a local hospital and Thompson says a search warrant has been served to get DNA samples from every male employees of the facility DNA will be one of our T tools in this investigation. The identity of the woman has not been officially released nor the sex of the baby. But the San Carlos Apache tribe says the woman is native American and twenty nine years old the baby is a boy and with the woman's family. Thompson says every ports the woman had been assaulted on numerous occasions. I know at least once she was sexually assaulted. Which is way too many times. Thompson says no suspect is in custody. Just yet. I'm Jim Roope in sports. Second ranked Michigan and number three Virginia are the only division. One college men's basketball teams without a loss following Houston's setback in Philadelphia. Temple wins over number seventeen.
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"Shutdown talks Congo problems. I'm Barton Necker. Partial government shutdown is entering a third week as correspondent Manu Raju. Reports lengthy talks between President Trump and congressional leaders Friday failed to resolve any of the standoff over five and two-thirds billion dollars in funding for a border wall. They will be some staff level talks to White House staff hill leadership south they could happen to the weekend. Mitch McConnell later said perhaps they could get closer to a deal by early next week. But still that is expecting a lot of staff to come to an agreement that the principals aren't even close to reaching President Trump is informed. Congress that American military personnel. Have deployed to the African country of Gabon at the Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr, says eighty military personnel are on standby to protect you as citizens and diplomatic facilities in neighboring Congo. They are ready to go in and protect the US embassy. But also ready to go in and. Rescue Americans out of that nation if it becomes necessary. This is something the US military is very expert at it's quite significant that when congress has notified about this. We learned that they went with combat equipment. Another lawsuit has been filed over the collection and selling of user data. Our Jim Roope reports. The city of LA is suing the weather channel's website, the lawsuit alleges that the app misleads users into thinking location data is being used to give them accurate weather reports. But it's actually collecting info on where the users are and what they're doing to sell to advertisers and others the lawsuit seeking twenty five hundred dollars per violation of every California app user the app boasts forty five million average monthly users so IBM which owns the app faces millions or billions of dollars employers wedding a hiring spree in December. Adding a surprising three hundred.
LeBron James Apologizes for 'Jewish Money' Lyrics: 'Thought It Was a Compliment'
"James caught some heat about the post Darren Revell who covers sports betting for the action network posted. Does posting lyrics absolves someone from the responsibility. Behind the words. I argue no James apologized saying he didn't mean to hurt anyone. He thought the lyrics were compliment Jim Roope. Los Angeles wins. News time twelve thirty five. So how's RV g doing it mess? KC supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is up and working as she continues to recover from cancer surgery that according to a court spokeswoman who also says the eighty five year old remains at New York's Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center, the Justice underwent surgery Friday to remove two malignant growths in her left lung and doctors say there's no evidence of any remaining
"jim roope" Discussed on WJR 760
"Making a surprise visit to the motel museum today. That's where the students were she's in town for her book tour becoming the former first lady says she can't wait to continue discussions that have been some meaning for a meaningful for her and helps meaningful for many others. What is the academy going to do? Jim Roope reports less than just over two months to go before the Oscars the motion picture academy is stuck about what to do for host. Kevin Hart is most know by now is out as host after feeling the heat from resurfaced years old anti-gay tweets and comments. Now, the academy is weighing some options hire a host, but who is gun shy now on having someone to edgy or controversial. Even if internet trolls dig up dirt from the turn of the century can't be too safe either it already has ratings issues. Maybe something stunt, you know, a bit like a group monologue or no host at all. That's kind of how the sag awards done. Suffice it to say the academy's up against it. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. We'll update. Borgwarner sets the patient powertrain innovation since two thousand five borgwarner has become one of the most decorated companies in the history of the prestigious automotive news pace awards. What's next hour? Mechanical know-how and proficiency and rotating electric Motors will accelerate new technology development for electric and hybrid vehicles. Lord waters, unique systems expertise is driving future trends with faster market solutions for a cleaner more energy efficient world borgwarner feel good about driving. WJR traffic..
"jim roope" Discussed on WJR 760
"We have had from sedans. And that's what necessitated the decision we've made, but we have a clear track record of preserving an adding manufacturing jobs, and we're going to continue to do that all this as the November jobs report comes out Christine Romans talks about which sectors at at the most jobs. They were hiring and business information services. These tend to. Be higher paid jobs. These are office jobs accountants, these are lawyers healthcare thirty two thousand jobs there. This has been for years. We have seen Healthcare's driver in the American economy, and that continues and in manufacturing twenty seven thousand net new jobs there, that's something. Clearly, the White House will be happy about here in Michigan. What will governor Snyder do with bills that were passed a pullback minimum wage and sickly regulations still reviewing them? They came to me just a day or two ago, you know, the pace of things going on right now. So I have a two week period to look out. So I'll review them carefully look at the policy issues and just like I do on every Bill governor Snyder speaking on the Frank Beckmann show, the bills were passed mostly along party lines. Kevin Hart says he's not going to deal with crazy. So he's out as the Oscar host. It was a rough twenty four hours between the time Hart was named the host of the Academy Awards on Wednesday in the time. He dropped out on Thursday team caused me. Oh my God. Kevin the world is upset but tweets you years ago. Those tweets anti-gay. Nothing. Recent and heart says, that's because he's matured and he's apologized for his younger self several times and won't continue to do. So swear man a world is becoming beyond crazy. He means about not being given credit for growth and maturity now the academy told him to apologize or he's out is host. He says he's already apologized. So he dropped before they could pull him. Jim Roope, Los.
"jim roope" Discussed on KGO 810
"Jim Roope. Status alive. That's eight hundred two two two five two two two. Pretty that your calls right now. Let's go on out to Jeff Jeff Woody say, hey, Dr to Lorne Jeff love both of you guys very much, Lauren. I love you more. When you talk about illegal immigration. Stay on topic. And Jeff, Jeff. Jeff opens the way Ringo Starr does when he asked for no for their autographs peace and love peace and love. Jaffe said love go ahead. That's it. Nationalism front. I think war, and I think you're you're way off and Dr do your spot on. There's nothing wrong with being proud of America. In fact, we all know that this is the most amazing place on the face of the earth. It's wasn't everybody from every corner of the world wouldn't be wanting to come here live here. I never said that we don't live in an amazing country. Jeff, I'm just talking about the definition of nationalism in why it has a bad rap and one of the reasons is because the component of nationalism that differs from patriotism is that nationalism exalt one nation above all others. And so maybe you do believe that the US should exalt its culture its interests as opposed to other nations. I have to say I do I for years. I I spent four years after the military in the early eighties. In the air force. I spent two years Saint you. I appreciate that to those you're stationed overseas. And I I'm telling you. This is the greatest country on the planet, and we should be proud of that. And we are better than they are in so many ways. But should we had the emphasis on promoting our culture and interests as opposed to those of other nations because that's the component of nationalism? Okay. We're going to other countries and trying to sell are. So right. That's what we're talking about. But we don't we don't tell us to do that. Now, you don't. So every time somebody watches a movie turns on a TV show in another part of the world listened to a podcast, folks. Like, you they realize that this is much different than anything else. We've ever experienced. They're naturally drawn to us. We don't have to. Exactly. I know. I appreciate your sentiment. Jeff, and obviously, you know, better than anyone else having served especially overseas. I'm just saying that's why it gets bad rap because it's the idea that we're emphasizing our culture is better than yours. Our interests are better than yours. That's all. Okay. It is what it is. I guess his own. Well, I think I think what's interesting is that we all have kind of different takes on the word like Lauren. I mean, I'm just going by merriam Webster's dictionary. And. Just the connotation because I don't I don't I don't take Trumka tation that.
"jim roope" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Expressway. Traffic and transit on the twos. Coming up in just a couple of minutes in Pennsylvania this election. Three men are running for seats in the state legislature. That are currently held by their fathers KYW's, Pat Loeb reports one of them is in the Philadelphia suburbs. Stewart greenleaf candidate for the twelfth district. State Senate seat boasts Sanad record. We know it's true someone by that name has been representing the district for forty years, but it's not him. It's his father many people follow in their father's footsteps greenleaf says he's running because he's seen the good is father stunned. But he says he's talking about himself in the regards created my own record as Montgomery County controller and the community volunteer, people know me, and I like. To run on my own record his opponent. Democrat Maria Colette is not so sure I heard talk to quite a few people that are confused about that. I just think he owes it to voters to be more transparent about who she is political dynasties are not new in Pennsylvania. Senator Bob Casey is the son of the former governor political analyst Terry Madonna says the sun's benefit from name recognition. But he doesn't think that's a problem nature of politics. They have every right to run the voters responsibility to ferret that out to make some sense of that Pat Loeb KYW NewsRadio five fifty one central. American migrants are facing a new problem illness, the caravan about four hundred miles from Mexico City about a thousand miles from the US southern border are suffering from things like runny noses and sore throats, some high blood pressure and dehydration no reports of infectious diseases other than food like symptoms, but given the complaints the Mexican government's providing volunteers to clean up the areas where the migrants have been and providing medical dental care for some other issues include sore and. Blistered feet some injuries the migrants say they're taking care of themselves as best they can they want to be healthy when they reach the border. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. At.
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"Bridge, you're beginning to warm up today signing after the patchy fog burns off a warm things by. Degrees today. Mid seventies. For the high the warm up will last all the way through Saturday when we top out in the upper sixty s at the beaches eighty by the bay upper eighties inland. Good morning five thirty one K G L. I'm Brett burkhart. We'll get you back to the best of Armstrong and Getty in just a moment. First though, the largest transgender organization in the country right here in the bay area is gearing up for a fight for the Trump administration over what looks like an effort to deny the constitutional rights transgender people responded. Jim Roope reports it was during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign that then candidate Trump said as your president, I will do everything in my power to protect our algae btcu citizens that a draft memo obtained by the New York Times suggests an effort spearheaded by the department of health and human services seeks to narrow the legal definition of gender to male or female, only based on the genitalia with which a person is born why to walk back from that campaign statement, but for Chris hi Ashi director of the transgender Law Center in Oakland, the largest national. Translate organization. It is absolutely not a surprise to me. She says even when then candidate Trump promised those protections. His organization warned not to believe it because his message his hope that has been about eight intolerance and device in what she calls this attack or the transgender community is similar to the attacks. He says by the president on the undocumented Muslims the rest of the gay community. There are roughly one point four million Americans who do not identify as male or female, she says gender identification by virtue of genitalia at birth is not the same thing as a person's gender identification. But this memo he says, and what it might represent means what legal recognitions the transgender community gained during the Obama administration are in jeopardy. Eliminate the very existence of transgender people with automatically if aiming to deny are right and to deny our very humanity, and it absolutely runs in the face of cities and states all across the country who have laws and policy in place. Validating our humanity transgender people and it lies in the face of scores of court date that have made clear that transgender people this and that we are protected from discrimination under federal civil rights law and under the constitution. I asked you says they are ready to sue. If this memo moves forward Jim Roope, Los Angeles.
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"Our Jim Roope. Takes a look at what we might expect the seventy th primetime EMMY awards what and who will follow. These five words. There are years when who or what that follows that statement can be predicted. But tonight, not so much especially in what is undoubtedly the most anticipated category outstanding drama series. We are a group of people do not like one of the game of thrones was not in this category last year because it missed the qualification deadline, but even with sitting out last year thrones is the top nominated drama series and Emmys history picking up twenty two this year for grand total of one hundred twenty nine I didn't believe it until I saw the HBO series. That's been called a weekly major motion picture is up against the show that won the first ever outstanding drama series. Emmy for streaming service who lose the Handmaid's tale relate to be without shame. But as interesting is that race is there is a third series that received major critical acclaim this year the final season of the Americans. We had a job to do, but truly any show in this category. Could take that trophy NBC's? This is us HBO. Westworld and the net flicks nominee stranger things and the crowns. Gives it tells that around wedding. Then we have the outstanding comedy series honor with shows like Amazon's the marvelous MRs Mazel in its freshman debut. Into this dress required. No, solid foods for three straight weeks. There's the HBO triple threat berry curb your enthusiasm in Silicon Valley along with FX is Atlanta. We're all here to have a good.
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"In the morning. It's thirteen before the hour. Dramatic video has been released in an officer involved shooting in Los Angeles in which a suspect was killed an officer wounded as Jim Roope reports are so called routine traffic, stop escalated quickly to the use of deadly force. There is nothing really routine in the life of a police officer things can turn bloody in an instant as in this case, the traffic stop on July twenty seventh started out calling the suspect. A known felon on probation was pulled over in an investigative stop after the female officer recognized him the female officer approaches. Hey, you have a senior in a while. Probation wants, ma'am. Deterrent? Oh, nine months. Okay. I'm gonna have you step out of the vehicle. You don't have anything on your right as the suspect got out of the car. He produced a handgun began firing point blank. Partner returned fire striking the suspect in the body and head. Third. I as the female officer fell to the ground with a gunshot wound. She lay there she will still worry for the safety of her partner. Anderson because the suspects could still be alive and could continue the attack. Officers revived the suspect died from his wounds a number of days later. Jim Roope, Los Angeles..
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"That's what upper perky I'm in school district. Superintendent Dr Alexis mug loin said in the letter the parents revealing upper perky in highschool won't be open from Monday until at least Friday. She says they notice mold in the building recently after the school year began they also found mold during the summer break and thought they had cleaned up. The problem. This only affects the high school other schools in the district will have class as normal four. Make-up days have already been announced. Glowing attributes these mall problems to what she calls unprecedented weather over the summer. Andrew Kramer, KYW NewsRadio four members of the family who run daycare and adult. Residency facility is northern California have been charged with the number of crimes, including human trafficking began most family operates the rainbow bright daycare centers, which employ mostly Filipino worker. New to the US for members of the family have been charged with rape, human trafficking and labor exploitation FBI agents, also seized fourteen illegal assault rifles, California, attorney general hobby are bizarre calls the crimes despicable. They were forced to work up to twenty four hours a day. They slept on the floors. And in garages. Sarah says the gamble says with threaten to turn the workers over to immigration and or confiscate their passports, forcing them to work for very little or nothing while the state paid the family thousand eight Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Hundreds of volunteers gathered in the cafeteria of lower Merion high school Saturday afternoon for a common cause and to break a world record KYW. Hadas Kuznits was there about four hundred volunteers attempted to break a backpack, stuffing Guinness world record here at lower Merion, high school, we're stopping schoolbags with.
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"I'm Jim Roope Debris and transit on the twos are pretty slow on the Schuylkill expressway westbound university into the. Vine street expressway and the vine west is heavy all the way across a can't use the Parkway exit because you, can't, use the, Parkway makes sense cleaning up from made in America they expect to have. All of that reopened by five. O'clock tomorrow. Morning Martin Luther King drive still, closed as part of that west on, the Schuylkill. Round Belmont. You see a little bit of traffic. And some volume forming after the, blue route on out to just about two two on the blue route. Itself southbound we. Actually have a report of some really slow traffic just south of Baltimore pike so we're not saying what you're seeing being AT and t. phone force tipster, give us a, call at one five seven twenty four ten sixty not seeing any other major, problems on the blue right now PA turnpike east west looks good Poconos travel we've. Got some heavy traffic now Mahoning valley to Lehigh valley going southbound New Jersey of course it's what you'd expect on Labor Day everybody coming home Garden State Parkway northbound you're jammed up from right around Seattle city all. The way up Two summers point you've got jammed traffic. On the ACS approaching exit for May's landing there's a crash that's in, the left lane it's nice until you get out to pass Hammonds and where it. Slows, again and then as you approach fifty five those roadways that everybody takes to try to avoid the Parkway like forty seven and Eighty-three through Dennis yeah you're jammed there but we're not hearing of any accidents heavy getting up to fifty five. In millville as well back on the PA side not seeing any issues or problems on four twenty to thirty bypass, so, we go, to Delaware where ninety five northbound was jammed from the Christiana mall up. To around one forty one that. Crashes now. Out of the way if you're, coming home from the Delaware beaches mass, transit things. Are looking. Good next update in less than ten. Minutes from the TruMark financial twenty, four hour traffic center where member baking is better banking I'm Steve agrees.
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"A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon, Alexa open the k. g. o. eight ten scale fast. Moving wildfire in Shasta county has claimed a second life as it spreads into the city limits of reading. Eleven o'clock at k. oh, I'm Brett burkhart. Good morning. Ethan Bearman is taking your calls from Russia with love in a moment. But first Jim Rupe tells us about the loss of life on the fire line Thursday, Cal fire commander, Brett Gouveia confirmed a contractor hired civilian. Bulldozer operator was killed, cutting containment lines. Remark broken today a reading firefighter was killed is unclear exactly. How but three other firefighters were. Burned when overcome by a sudden blast of heat protecting homes, the, car fire, is now, at just under forty five thousand acres destroyed sixty five structures. Meanwhile the Cranston fire in southern California is now approaching. Twelve thousand acres containment. On both fires is just about three percent Jim Roope Los Angeles and Hathaway. Caused the deadly stabbing of a young black woman at a. Bart station in, Oakland unspeakable while condemning white privilege Twenty-seven-year-old, parolee faces charges. In the death of NIA Wilson prosecutors are still investigating of John cowl was motivated by hate Hathaway wrote. On her Instagram account quote, white people including. Me including. You must take into the marrow of our privileged bones the truth that. All black, people fear for their lives daily in America cows family says he has suffered, from mental illness, and failed to receive proper treatment Twitter's. Shares are taking a, beating after an An earnings miss a monthly active users Jason Middleton tells us about. It Twitter shares fell as much as eighteen percent at. One point Twitter is actively cleaning out its user, base by eliminating bots and hateful accounts. Twitter, removed about seventy million accounts in may and June but Twitter CFO Ned Siegel said most of those were not included, in the reported metrics because they were dormant for thirty days or more Twitter has been getting shade overshadow banning too but the company wrote that we do not shadow van and we certainly do not. Show ban based on political viewpoints or ideology we do rank tweets and search results I'm Jason, Middleton, Twitter stock, is down, more than eighteen and a half percent this hour this news. Report is sponsored by chain x. change see Steve Wozniak. Gary van or Chuck. At chain exit chain a blockchain an innovation.
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"Accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr hundred tourists stranded by flash flood were flown by helicopter five at a time out of an arizona canyon yesterday this is america in the morning eighteen after i'm john trout california lays claim to what they call a big push to stop climate change our jim roope reports the state is way ahead of its selfimposed greenhouse gas reduction goals when california governor jerry brown extended the states climate change law he said california's doing something that no other state is done the original goal was to reduce carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions to below nineteen ninety levels by the year twenty twenty recent numbers from the states air resources board shows california is already there and has been there for about two years the latest numbers available are from two thousand sixteen and shows since the greenhouse gas peak in two thousand four levels are down thirteen percent and dropped nearly three percent in two thousand sixteen alone if we don't stop climate change is going to be one hundred and ten imperial county it's gonna be one hundred and thirty hundred and thirty five not for a few days or a few weeks but for months on end it can become unlivable brown sounding a bit apocalyptic calls climate change quote the existential threat of our time and quote he says doing nothing to curb carbon emissions will lead to more fires we've seen an increase in those of the past few years disease and mass migration plus it will ultimately cost consumers more he says for food and gasoline and as aggressive as some say the goals are some environmental groups say they are not aggressive enough some conservatives also oppose the aggressive goals but for economic reasons they say they're too expensive but brown says these are real measures backed up by the real power of the state of california this is big and open sends a message across the country the next goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by forty percent below the two thousand four peak by the year twenty thirty jim roope los angeles in sports major league baseball is miami marlins have suspended their business relationship with papa john's after that company's chairman of the board.
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"Today i'm jim roope i hop says it's temporarily changing its branding and will now call it self iheart that's be with a boy standing for burgers instead of p for pancakes i five o'clock neville says other restaurant chains are having a little fun with their the name change is in permanent but the international house of pancakes tweeted a short clip of pancakes being swapped for burgers to promote its non breakfast items it wasn't long before other restaurants took to twitter themselves fast food chain wendy's tweeting not really afraid of the burgers from a place that decided pancakes were too hard and water burger chiming in tweeting as much as we are pancakes we'd never change our name to what a pancake the big reveal surprised a lot of people who thought the b would stand for breakfast but the restaurant confirmed it's pushing its burgers i'm clayton neville another skyscrapers now opened near where new york city's twin towers once stood in lower manhattan officials cut the ribbon on three world trade center near the nine eleven memorial the eighty story structure is mostly office space with some retailers and it's the third building to be constructed and opened at the site since the nine eleven terrorist attacks i'm mike cremedas news time is one fifty two traffic and transit on the twos while at this hour running pretty good speed on our majors throughout the region we have no delays on the schuylkill expressway however watch out for a sweeping crew eastbound from conshohocken on down the belmont and westbound the right lane is taken between south street and six seventy six included it at work pattern the thirtieth street offramp also shut down for construction now we do have an accident investigation going on out on city and lancaster avenue with that intersection if you can area bridges are checking out okay but the burlington bristol bridge road work is still set a mid span causing very minor delays in both directions south jersey well southbound forty two between one thirty and two ninety five a couple of lanes are taken out for roadwork it'll be like that until around four o'clock this morning mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center where member banking is better banking i'm pete in toronto.
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"In the shooting remain on administrative leave i'm jim roope sometimes advisor to president trump who worked closely with his campaign roger stone is making the media rounds responding to reports he had close contacts with the organization of that released damaging emails about the clinton campaign and democratic party in two thousand sixteen he thinks president trump should not speak with special counsel robert muller's team but roger stone is also out running defense for mr trump in case i never received anything whatsoever from wikileaks julian assange anyone associated with them or anyone else including allegedly hacked emails and pass them onto donald trump recent washington post and wall street journal reporting claims don't have contacts with julian assange of wikileaks including dinner before the election wikileaks was the source of hacked e mails released in months leading up to election day and the head of the releases stone tweeted that clinton campaign official john podesta would soon experience time in the barrel bob costantini washington it's a day of mourning on the gaza strip after another anti israel protests on friday left nine palestinians dead that brings the number of dead in nine days of clashes to thirty one more from cbs news correspondent robert burger in jerusalem hundreds of palestinians attended the funeral of a well known journalist in gaza who was shot dead by israeli troops on friday while covering a mass protest on the border how estonian say it's proof that israel is using lethal force against unarmed demonstrators israel says it is investigating the incident but added that the army does not deliberately target journalists or civilians robert berger cbs news jerusalem wwl news time five thirty six back out to the roads will.
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"You know at the center of this film as this as this actual you know you have to believe in bushido or whatever and we have to believe that you believe that with no explanation there's no it's not as though everybody is there's a lot of scenes of other people going like oh yeah that's goes dog he's like this because while blah blah blah right like you're just in that world and your natural to that world did that role come to you through audition or was that something that jim jarmusch wrote for you jim roope the movie for me of in he in some ways was thinking that this character was his representations of me what happened was we met in we said we'd like to work together in about a year later he said you know the can we get together and talk and get an idea and then he proceeded to like for months for the for about a year like meet me and we would have just have like these sometimes four five our conversations and then he would go back to new york and then one day said okay i have enough i'm gonna go write the script and he wrote go stalk it has something matic's we're talking about even the different way you know i think the movie deals with purpose and whether you can live and die by what you believe in the dow was attested that goes on with with him it's quite challenging.