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03:04 min | 8 months ago

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"Is our producer the top stories we're following for you this evening Russian air strikes have hit the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv for the first time in weeks sending a plumes of black smoke Russian troops launched strikes that it claimed destroyed tanks that were donated to Ukraine from the west Ukraine however said the missiles hit a train repair shop Meanwhile BBC correspondent Joe inwood is in Kyiv with the latest on the fighting in eastern Ukraine The situation in the eastern city of several donets remains confused This is the focal point of Russia's advance into the Donbass a place where their massed armor and artillery had been making steady progress Reports of successful Ukrainian counteroffensives took many by surprise When the talk had been of their strategic withdrawal from the city if Russia's advance really is being held up in several Donetsk then its campaign to take the wider Donbass region will be in serious trouble Now Russia's continued stranglehold on Ukrainian ports and the Black Sea is limiting access to Ukrainian grain That's grain usually exported to parts of Africa the Middle East and beyond world leaders are warning of a catastrophic scenario if Russia holds on to the grain increasing the likelihood of famine in sub Saharan Africa There were European efforts to move Ukrainian agriculture products via rail but Meredith Wilson of emergent risk international says This is not working out because Russian is black 7 of 8 Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea and that one last port at Odessa is actually surrounded by mines so that they can't get to it Wilson says as hopeful as the European scenario sounded at first there are issues The European and Ukrainian rail systems are not set up for this Shortages are becoming dire in countries that rely on Ukrainian grain The country's first excuse me the country's largest baby formula manufacturer says production has resumed at its Michigan plant For the first time since February that plant was closed for months due to contamination which helped drive the current formula shortage in the U.S. We get more from CBS News correspondent Christina ruffini The reopening of that plant is significant but it's not an immediate fix Abbott said it's going to start with what it calls special metabolic formulas And those go to doctors and hospitals not directly to consumers So you won't see them on store shelves Meanwhile across the country almost 74% of those shelves are empty Ten states are nearly 90% out of baby formula It'll take weeks for Abbott nutrition's formula to make it into stores The first name storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is gaining a bit more force as it heads toward Bermuda after killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida Alex reached tropical storm force after strengthening off Florida's east coast early today Parts of South Florida experienced road flooding from heavy rain and wind on Saturday leaving many cars stranded on flooded streets in Miami The mayor of Miami Beach said the storm tested the drainage pump system the.

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03:09 min | 8 months ago

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"IBW local 26 a trusted electrical industry partner for over 130 years Good evening I'm trying to click one Herrera is our producer The top story we're following for you tonight Russia says it's destroyed tanks in key of a donated by Western Allies The claim a Ukrainian official denies It comes as air strikes by Russia targeted western military supplies for Ukraine Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor Vitaly Klitschko said the explosions had taken place just to the east of the center in the danit and nipro ski districts That is BBC News Ukraine correspondent Joe inwood reporting from Kyiv Russia's president Warren that any western deliveries of long range rocket systems to Ukraine would prompt Moscow to hit quote objects we haven't struck yet The cryptic threat comes days after the United States announced plans to deliver $700 million worth of security assistance to Ukraine Russia is keeping up its blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports Hampering them from exporting grain exports to countries that really need them world leaders safe Russia keeps up this blockade The grain shortages could turn into catastrophe The shortages themselves are becoming more dire especially in the places that really rely on Ukraine and that's Egypt that Sudan that's most of the Horn of Africa as well as West Africa and parts of South Asia Meredith Wilson of emergent risk international says the plan to export grain by rail from Ukraine to Western Europe isn't working The real ways themselves aren't compatible Wilson says this blockade affects the U.S. Food prices themselves are going to stay where they are They're not going down anytime soon Not only the agriculture issue but also the continued rise in oil prices So the inflation is just across the board but taking all that grain off the market has made it that much worse Liz Anderson WTO news A state lawmaker in southwestern Nigeria says more than 50 people are feared dead after a gunman opened fired and detonated explosives at a church lawmaker says the gunman targeted the Saint Francis Catholic Church in ondo state on Sunday morning just as worshipers gathered for their weekly mass He said many children are among the dead While much of Nigeria has struggled with security issues including Islamic extremeism ando is widely known as one of Nigeria's most peaceful states It's not immediately clear who's behind the attack on the church The abbot baby formula plan and Michigan is up and running once again It's closure four months ago over contamination issues was a major factor in the nationwide shortage That is likely to continue for a few more weeks now Professor David Davis of South Dakota state university studies the formula industry The industry has a long history of being concentrated Three major producers in the United States added as we're talking about here Meet Johnson is the other company Nestlé is a third which is importing some more formula It was gun violence awareness weekend marked in many.

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02:56 min | 8 months ago

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"The first time in weeks sending a plumes of black smoke Russian troops launched those strikes that it claimed destroyed tanks donated to Ukraine from abroad The Ukraine said the missiles hit a train repair shop Meanwhile BBC correspondent Joe inwood is in Kyiv with the latest on the fighting in eastern Ukraine The situation in the eastern city of severa donets remains confused This is the focal point of Russia's advance into the Donbass a place where their massed armor and artillery had been making steady progress Reports of successful Ukrainian counteroffensives took many by surprise When the talk had been of their strategic withdrawal from the city if Russia's advance really is being held up in several Donetsk then its campaign to take the wider donbas region will be in serious trouble Now Russia continue Russia's continued stranglehold on Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea is limiting access to Ukrainian grain grain that's usually exported to parts of Africa the Middle East and beyond Our world leaders are warning of a catastrophic scenario if Russia keeps the grain exports shut in increasing the likelihood of famine in sub Saharan Africa There were European efforts to move Ukrainian agriculture products via rail but Meredith Wilson of emergent risk international says this is not working out because Russian is black 7 of 8 Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea and that one last port at Odessa is actually surrounded by mines So that they can't get to it Wilson says as hopeful as the European scenario sounded at first there are issues The European and Ukrainian rail systems are not set up for this Shortages are becoming dire in countries that rely on Ukrainian grain Las Anderson WTO news The country's largest baby formula manufacturer says production has resumed at its plant in Sturgis Michigan That's for the first time since February The plant had been closed down due to contamination which helped drive the current formula shortage in the U.S. We get more from CBS News correspondent Christina rafini The reopening of that plant is significant but it's not an immediate fix Abbott said it's going to start with what it calls special metabolic formulas And those go to doctors and hospitals not directly to consumers So you won't see them on store shelves Meanwhile across the country almost 74% of those shelves are empty Ten states are nearly 90% out of baby formula It'll take weeks for Abbott nutrition's formula to make it into stores The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is gaining a bit more force as it heads toward Bermuda After killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida Alex reached tropical storm force after strengthening off Florida's east coast early today Parts of South Florida experienced road flooding from heavy rain and wind leaving many cars stranded on flooded streets in Miami the mayor of Miami Beach said the storm tested the drainage pump system the.

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04:19 min | 8 months ago

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"26 a trusted electrical industry partner for over 130 years Good evening Thanks for listening in Juan Herrera is our producer the top story we're following for you tonight Russia says it's destroyed tanks and Kyiv donated by Western Allies A claim a Ukrainian official denies It comes as air strikes by Russia targeted western military supplies for Ukraine Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor vitali Klitschko said the explosions had taken place just to the east of the center in the danuki and districts That's BBC News Ukraine correspondent Joe inwood from Kyiv Russia's president warning that any western deliveries have long range rocket systems to Ukraine would prompt Moscow to hit quote objects we have not struck yet The cryptic threat comes days after the United States announced plans to deliver $700 million of security assistance to Ukraine Russia is keeping up its blockade of Ukraine's black seaports Hampering them from exporting grain exports to countries that really need them Where leaders say if Russia keeps up this blockade the grain shortages can turn into a catastrophe The shortages themselves are becoming more dire especially in the places that really rely on Ukraine and that's Egypt that Sudan that's most of the Horn of Africa as well as West Africa and parts of South Asia Meredith Wilson of emergent risk international says the plan to export grain by rail from Ukraine to Western Europe isn't working The real ways themselves aren't compatible Wilson says this blockade affects the U.S. Food prices themselves are going to stay where they are They're not going down anytime soon Not only the agriculture issue but also the continued rise in oil prices So the inflation is just across the board but taking all that grain off the market has made it that much worse Liz Anderson WTO news Back in business that plant in the Midwest that was shut down for months after contaminated baby formula more from CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette The nation's largest producer of baby formula Abbott nutrition's plant and Sturgis Michigan is operating once again The factory was closed down for four months following a recall After four babies who drank formula from the plant developed bacterial infections two of them died The reopening came under new restrictions set by the FDA an agency under investigation for its handling of the lead up to the plant closure and recall The shutdown made a nationwide baby formula shortage across the country worse almost 74% of shelves are empty The first name tropical storm of our Atlantic hurricane season is getting a little stronger The national hurricane center says tropical storm continue conditions expected on Bermuda late tonight or early tomorrow morning meantime Miami is still drying out from the reign of received in the last two days from a system named Alex but Miami's mayor says they're resilient When other cities get hit with hurricanes they are devastated oftentimes because they have not spent the kind of money that we spend upgrading our capital needs So I think we're a sort of a believe it or not a bellwether for the rest of the country and the world Total rainfall expected to reach between 8 and 16 inches in South Florida to Tennessee now where three people were killed more than a dozen injured in a shooting in Chattanooga Tennessee near a nightclub more than 14 other people were either shot or suffered other injuries the place chief in that city says three people were hit by cars as they tried to flee from bullets Several people who were hurt remain in critical condition apparently there were multiple shooters the police chief says it was an isolated incident while there's no ongoing public safety threat right now but so far no arrests have been made Philadelphia officers there are still looking for a suspect believe still at large for shooting late last night that injured more than a dozen people and claimed four lives At least several people started shooting into a huge crown crowd in downtown Philly So far no arrests Philadelphia mayor calls the shooting quote beyond devastating I love police inspector DF pace as officers were in the area and heard gunfire South street his manned by numerous police officers This is standard deployment for Friday and Saturday nights weekends.

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04:40 min | 8 months ago

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"Thomas Robertson is our producer the top stories we are following for you today Russia says it destroyed tanks and Kyiv donated by Western Allies a claim a Ukrainian official denies It comes as air strikes by Russia targeted western military supplies for Ukraine Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor Vitaly Klitschko said the explosions had taken place just to the east of the center in the danit and nitros districts That's BBC News Ukraine correspondent Joe inwood from Kyiv Russia's president meantime warned Annie western deliveries of long-range rocket systems to Ukraine would prompt Moscow to hit quote objects that we have in struck yet The cryptic threat comes days after the U.S. announced plans to deliver $700 million of security assistance for Ukraine Its four 32 when Russia is keeping up its blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports hampering them from exporting grain exports to countries that really need them where leaders say if Russia keeps up this blockade the grain shortages could turn into a catastrophe The shortages themselves are becoming more dire especially in the places that really rely on Ukraine and that's Egypt that Sudan that's most of the Horn of Africa as well as West Africa and parts of South Asia Meredith Wilson of emergent risk international says the plan to export grain by rail from Ukraine to Western Europe isn't working The real ways themselves aren't compatible Wilson says this blockade affects the U.S. Food prices themselves are going to stay where they are They're not going down anytime soon Not only the agriculture issue but also the continued rise in oil prices So the inflation is just across the board but taking all that grain off the market has made it that much worse Liz Anderson WTO news Back in business the plant of the Midwest that was shut down for months after contaminated baby formula more from CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette The nation's largest producer of baby formula Abbott nutrition's plant and Sturgis Michigan is operating once again The factory was closed down for four months following a recall After four babies who drank formula from the plant developed bacterial infections two of them died The reopening came under new restrictions set by the FDA an agency under investigation for its handling of the lead up to the plant closure and recall They shut down made a nationwide baby formula shortage across the country worse almost 74% of shelves are empty The first name tropical storm of our Atlantic hurricane season is getting a little stronger The national hurricane center says tropical storm conditions expected on Bermuda late tonight or early tomorrow morning meantime Miami still drying out from all The Rain it received in the last two days from the system named Alex but my name is mayor says they're resilient When other cities get hit with hurricanes they are devastated oftentimes because they have not spent the kind of money that we spend on upgrading our capital needs So I think we're a sort of a believe it or not a bellwether for the rest of the country and the world Total rainfall expected to reach between 8 and 16 inches in parts of South Florida Knew this afternoon from Tennessee three people were killed more than a dozen injured in a shooting in Chattanooga near a nightclub more than 14 other people were either shot or suffered other injuries The police chief in Chattanooga says three people were hit by cars as they tried to run from all the bullets Several people were hurt and were still in critical condition this afternoon There were multiple shooters and the police chief there in Chattanooga says it was an isolated incident There's no ongoing public safety threat Now the Philadelphia where a shooting late last night injured more than a dozen Four others were killed there police say several people started shooting into a huge crowd in downtown Philadelphia so far no arrests in that shooting Philadelphia's mayor calls the shooting quote beyond devastating Philadelphia police inspector DF pace says officers were in the area and then her gunfire South street is manned by numerous police officers This is standard deployment for Friday and Saturday nights weekends and especially during the summer months The Philadelphia police commissioner says one of the three who died may have been one of the suspects Nearly half the members of the biggest ever class of D.C. fire and EMS cadets won't graduate because they repeatedly failed part of the program plus a few were caught cheating The current cadet class started their yearlong training program in November of last year with 32 members but last month 14 cadets were academically eliminated because they failed the emergency medical technician final exam twice plus an investigation found three of the 14 had cheated on tests D.C. fire and EMS spokesperson Jennifer donilon says in a statement that there wasn't enough evidence to determine if any other class members cheated Donald calls the loss of that many trainees extremely disappointing because the program.

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04:35 min | 8 months ago

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"Good afternoon I'm sandy cosell Thomas Robertson is our producer Here are the top stories we're following for you today Russian air strikes have hit the Ukrainian capital of key for the first time in weeks sending up plumes of black smoke Russian troops launched strikes that it claimed destroyed tanks donated to Ukraine from abroad Ukraine said the missiles hit a train repair shop Meanwhile BBC correspondent Joe inwood is in Kyiv with the latest on the fighting in eastern Ukraine The situation in the eastern city of sever donets remains confused This is the focal point of Russia's advance into the Donbass a place where their massed armor and artillery had been making steady progress Reports of successful Ukrainian counteroffensives took many by surprise When the talk had been of their strategic withdrawal from the city if Russia's advance really is being held up in several Donetsk then its campaign to take the wider donbas region will be in serious trouble And Russia continues its stranglehold on Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea That's limiting access to the country's grain which is usually exported to parts of Africa the Middle East and beyond world leaders warn of a catastrophic scenario if Russia keeps Ukraine's grain exports shut in increasing the likelihood of famine and sub Saharan Africa There were European efforts to move Ukrainian agriculture products via rail but Meredith Wilson of emergent risk international says this is not working out because Russian is black 7 of 8 Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea and that one last port at Odessa is actually surrounded by mines So that they can't get to it Wilson says as hopeful as the European scenario sounded at first there are issues The European and Ukrainian rail systems are not set up for this Shortages are becoming dire in countries that rely on Ukrainian grain Las Anderson WTO news More shootings to report a shooting near Chattanooga nightclub released Sunday has left three dead and 14 people suffering gunshot wounds and other injuries Chattanooga police chief Celeste Murphy says besides 14 people hit by gunfire three were struck by vehicles while trying to flee the scene Two people died from gunshot wounds one person died after being hit by a vehicle Several of those hurt are in critical condition there were multiple shooters but Murphy says it was an isolated incident In Philadelphia three people are dead and 11 others wounded after a shooting in one of the city's most popular entertainment districts This happened just before midnight on south street in downtown Philadelphia Police were already on location and they observed several active shooters shooting into the crowd One of the officers observing an active shooter discharged at that individual It's unclear at this time whether that individual was struck or not Police inspector DF pei says two men and a woman were killed in the shooting to handguns have been recovered no arrests have been made The country's largest baby formula manufacturer says production has resumed at its plant in Sturgis Michigan for the first time since February that plant had been closed for months due to contamination which helped drive the current formula shortage in the U.S. More from CBS News correspondent Christina rafini The reopening of that plant is significant but it's not an immediate fix Abbott said it's going to start with what it calls special metabolic formulas And those go to doctors and hospitals not directly to consumers So you won't see them on store shelves Meanwhile across the country almost 74% of those shelves are empty ten states are nearly 90% out of baby formula It'll take some weeks for Abbott nutrition's formula now to make it into stores Tropical storm Alex is gaining a bit more force as it heads towards Bermuda After killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida The current class of D.C. fire and EMS cadets hailed as the department's largest ever has been cut nearly in half The class of cadets that began training in November of last year started with 32 members making it the biggest in D.C. fire and EMS history but about two weeks ago 14 cadets were eliminated from the program after failing the EMT final exam not once but twice Also an integrity investigation found three of the 14 had cheated D.C. fire and EMS spokesperson Jennifer Donnelly says there was not enough evidence to determine if any other cadets cheated the remaining members of the class are continuing their training with graduation scheduled for September Michelle bash WTO news Traffic and weather next it's three 36 Josh wasn't sure he'd ever find a career His Asperger's syndrome made social interactions difficult and he struggled in interviews Josh faced an.

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02:10 min | 8 months ago

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"Robertson is our producer the top stories that we are following for you today early Sunday air strikes and Kyiv by Russia took aim at western military supplies for Ukraine's government Russia says it destroyed tanks donated from abroad acclaimed denied by Ukrainian official Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor Vitaly Klitschko said the explosions had taken place just to the east of the center in the Danish and nipro districts That's BBC News Ukraine correspondent Joe inwood from Kyiv Russia's president meantime more than any western deliveries of long range rocket systems to Ukraine would prompt Moscow to hit quote objects that we haven't struck yet The cryptic threat comes days after the United States announced plans to deliver $700 million of security assistance for Ukraine It's 1233 parents who have been struggling to find baby formula may start to see some of it on the store shelves in a few weeks after the biggest maker of the formula reopened one of its plants On that now from CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette the nation's largest producer of baby formula Abbott nutrition's plant in Sturgis Michigan is operating once again The factory was closed down for four months following a recall After four babies who drank formula from the plant developed bacterial infections two of them died The reopening came under new restrictions set by the FDA an agency under investigation for its handling of the lead up to the plant closure and recall Now Abbott said the shutdown made a nationwide baby formula shorter to cross the country worse almost 74% of shelves are empty A tropical rainstorm is making its way off the east coast of Florida Miami got dumped on especially hard but Miami's mayor says they are resilient When other cities get hit with hurricanes they are devastated oftentimes because they have not spent the kind of money that we spend upgrading our capital needs So I think we're a sort of believe it or not a bellwether for the rest of the country and the world Total rainfall is expected to reach between 8 and 16 inches in South Florida Breaking news this afternoon from.

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03:46 min | 8 months ago

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"Top stories we're following for you today Some of those empty shelves where baby formula used to be may be restocked in a few weeks now that Abbott nutrition has reopened its facility in Michigan more from CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette The nation's largest producer of baby formula Abbott nutrition's plant and Sturgis Michigan is operating once again The factory was closed down for four months following a recall After four babies who drank formula from the plant developed bacterial infections two of them died The reopening came under new restrictions set by the FDA an agency under investigation for its handling of the lead up to the plant closure and recall A tropical rainstorm is making its way off the east coast of Florida Heavy rain and thunderstorms hit Miami particularly hard But Miami mayor Francis Suarez says their resilient When other cities get hit with hurricanes they are devastated oftentimes because they have not spent the kind of money that we spend upgrading our capital needs So I think we're a sort of believe it or not a bellwether for the rest of the country and the world Total rainfall is expected to reach between 8 to 16 inches in South Florida Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine as defending forces reportedly pushed to retake parts President volodymyr zelensky says the situation remains difficult in the east with Russia continuing to pour its troops in there BBC correspondent Joe inwood is in Kyiv where Russia's defense ministry claims it destroyed tanks supplied by Ukraine's allies and missile strikes He has the latest Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor Vitaly Klitschko said the explosions have taken place just to the east of the center in the danuki and nipro districts A Russian agent that was accused of poisoning a former Russian spy in London has himself died A Russian lawmaker says that Dmitri kovtun died from COVID complications the UK determined that kovtun and another Russian man killed Alexander litvinenko in 26 2006 and that Vladimir Putin probably approved the operation North Korea carried out its 18th missile test of the year earlier today Asian time South Korea's military says North Korea test fired a salvo of 8 short-range ballistic missiles toward the sea South Korea's joint chief of staff says the missiles were fired and Succession over 35 minutes near North Korea's capital of Pyongyang It's unknown how far the missiles flew but South Korea officials say the military has heightened its monitoring in case the north fires more missiles It's ten 35 I know a lot of us set goals to lose weight by summer but did you know summer is a great time to start losing weight Hi it's Rita Kessler Two years ago I started coper right before summer and I've never looked back Sure I was skeptical I mean what could make compare different than all the other programs I've tried I'll tell you what makes them different The personalized coaching Co pairs certified health coaches not only teach you how to lose the weight they're there for you every step of the way because let's face it Losing weight isn't easy But my coach helped me with every challenge I faced And believe me there were challenges That support is a big reason why I've not only lost weight but kept it off Don't wait any longer You must call co parents start now Father's Day is.

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02:33 min | 8 months ago

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"Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine defending forces reportedly pushing to retake parts Ukraine's president says the situation remains difficult as Russia continues to pour in troops there BBC correspondent Joe inwood is in Ukraine's capital Kyiv where Russia's defense ministry claims that destroy tanks supplied by Ukraine's allies and missile strike The situation in the eastern city of sever donets remains confused This is the focal point of Russia's advance into the Donbass a place where their massed armor and artillery had been making steady progress Reports of successful Ukrainian counteroffensives took many by surprise When the talk had been of their strategic withdrawal from the city if Russia's advance really is being held up in several Donetsk then its campaign to take the wider donbas region will be in serious trouble That's BBC correspondent Joe in wood and Ukraine's capital Kyiv A Russian agent that was accused of poisoning a former Russian spy in London has himself died a Russian lawmaker says that Dimitri koppen died of COVID complications the UK determined that kofta and another Russian man killed Alexander litvinenko in 2006 and that Vladimir Putin probably approved that operation North Korea launched a short range ballistic missile Sunday morning local time according to South Korea's military This 18th North Korean missile test of the year featured an unusual number of missiles apparently sending the message that the north is capable of attacking multiple locations from various sites in a short time window and this test happened a day after South Korea and the U.S. finished a three day combined exercise including the nuclear powered USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier That's reporter Alex Alex Jensen reporting from Seoul And now to COVID the number of new COVID infections and hospitalizations are down nationwide in the last two weeks but California is seeing more cases CBS News correspondent Tom waite After a spring of big declines some hospitals in the Golden State are starting to fill up and new infections have jumped 30% since last week Really isn't the number of cases to me that's most critical It's the level of hospitalizations and the amount of hospital beds that are still open Why do you think we're seeing a surge in California versus other states where cases are going down To California several weeks behind New York This is a tremendously infectious new variant That is spreading Doctor agus recommends that everyone get boosted and vaccinated to protect.

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02:05 min | 8 months ago

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"Them died The reopening came under new restrictions set by the FDA an agency under investigation for its handling of the lead up to the plant closure and recall CBS is Wendy Gillette says it could take weeks before baby formula appears again on store shelves Tropical storm Alex is forming it's the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season There's a tropical storm watch up for Bermuda They're expecting the strongest wins there on Monday Hurricane specialist Eric Blake is with the national hurricane center The gun violence epidemic keeps growing CBS Adriana Diaz has the latest Police in Phoenix say 9 people were shot and one killed no arrests have been made And in Wisconsin authorities confirmed that retired judge John romer was the victim of a quote targeted killing It happened in his home Authorities say a 56 year old suspect showed up armed with a gun and an apparent hit list That hit list included Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell and Wisconsin governor Tony Evers Police have identified the man who allegedly stabbed a doctor and two nurses inside a Southern California hospital emergency ward authorities say he is ashcan Amir Soleimani and he has been booked on three counts of attempted murder He's being held on $3 million bail A mere Soleimani was arrested after he was holed up in a room for hours at the encino hospital medical center two of the stabbing victims have been released the third is in fair but stable condition With the latest on Ukraine here's BBC correspondent Joe inwood in Kyiv Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor vitali Klitschko said the explosions had taken place just to the east of the center in the danit and districts Britain continues to celebrate the queen's jubilee which marks Queen Elizabeth II 70 years on the throne a celebration has included a special concert in front of Buckingham Palace This woman was lucky enough to get tickets Oh God.

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03:48 min | 8 months ago

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"Morning I'm Stephanie gains Bryant met small is our producer The top stories we're following today a tropical rainstorm is making its way off the east coast of Florida Heavy rain and thunderstorms hit Miami particularly hard But Miami mayor Francis Suarez says their resilient When other cities get hit with hurricanes they are devastated oftentimes because they have not spent the kind of money that we spend on upgrading our capital needs So I think we're a sort of a believe it or not a bellwether for the rest of the country and the world Total rainfall is expected to reach between 8 and 16 inches in South Florida The country's largest baby formula manufacturer says production has resumed at its plant in Sturgis Michigan for the first time since February The plant had been closed for months due to contamination that shut down drove the formula shortage the U.S. is experiencing now CBS News correspondent Christina rafini is at The White House with more The Biden administration says it's doing everything it can The president tweeted that the U.S. has secured another 33 million bottles of formula from Nestlé That means more than a 127 million bottles are heading to store soon But when that factory does start back up production of more standard direct to consumer formula it's going to take several weeks before you see it in the grocery store And that's not going to help moms and dads and families who need to feed those infants right now Heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine as defending forces reportedly pushed to retake parts President volodymyr zelensky says the situation remains difficult in the east with Russia continuing to pour its in troops there BBC correspondent Joe inwood is in Kyiv where Russia's defense ministry claims it destroyed tanks supplied by Ukraine's allies in missile strikes with the latest Life has started to feel almost normal in Ukraine's capital the thick black plumes of smoke rising over Kyiv as it awoke this morning were a stark reminder this is a city still at war The mayor vitali Klitschko said the explosions had taken place just to the east of the center in the danzi and nipro ski districts A Russian agent that was accused of poisoning a former Russian spy in London has himself died A Russian lawmaker says that Dmitri kovtun died from COVID complications The UK determined that kovtun and another Russian man killed Alexander litvinenko In 2006 and that Vladimir Putin probably approved the operation North Korea carried out the 18th missile test of the year earlier today Asian time South Korea's military says North Korea test fired a salvo 8 short-range ballistic missile toward the sea South Korea's joint chief of staff says the missiles were fired in succession over 35 minutes near North Korea's capital of Pyongyang It's unknown how far the missiles flew but South Korean officials say the military has heightened its monitoring in case the north fires more missiles China has launched a new three person mission to complete the work on its permanent orbiting space station Shenzhou 14 crew will spend 6 months in the tiangong station during which they will oversee the addition of two laboratory modules to join the main living space that was launched in 2021 Coming up after traffic and weather police are looking for a man who carjacked an ambulance in southeast D.C. It's 6 35 Meet.

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02:40 min | 8 months ago

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"Went to a trickle but it was persistent And that led to so much flooding So many areas Joan Murray and Broward county's pomp and O beach And Yuval Texas after the elementary school gun massacre Funerals for two more slain children were held Their names McKenna Lee elrod and Rojo Torres both children were just ten years old Meanwhile officials have decided that rob elementary were the massacre took place will never reopen We are not going back to rob school That will not be a school for our children moving forward Correspondent Adriano Diaz reporting this overnight in Philadelphia at least two people are reported dead more than a dozen herd as Philadelphia police responded to reports of a person with a gun and a large crowd That coming after a violent Friday night in early Saturday in Philadelphia 9 separate earlier shootings that left a pregnant woman dead and 8 others heard Four months after it was closed over safety concerns And with the nation still facing a huge baby formula shortage one of the largest manufacturing plants in the country is back in operation Officials say it could be a couple weeks before the product is back on the shelves The facility shut down back in February after a recall of products due to contamination issues Abbott entered into a consent decree with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to take the necessary steps to reopen the formula plant Reporter Emmy or Austin in Kalamazoo Late developments overseas in Ukraine there have been several explosions after a period of relative calm and Kyiv and meantime The situation in the eastern city of several donets remains confused This is the focal point of Russia's advance into the Donbass a place where their massed armor and artillery had been making steady progress Reports of successful Ukrainian counteroffensives took many by surprise The BBC is Joe inwood in Kyiv not our East Asia where North Korea fired a short range missiles as usual spooking its neighbors reporter Alex Jensen and soul This 18th North Korean missile test of the year featured an unusual number of missiles apparently sending the message that the north is capable of attacking multiple locations and in South Asia at least 34 people are reported dead from a fire and explosion at a container depot in Bangladesh not number expected to go higher This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO Four O three Sunday morning June 5th 2022 61° in the nation's capital at glorious day ahead sunshine up.

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"joe inwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"joe inwood" Discussed on WTOP

"There was straight up racially motivated hate crime Police say gendron was wearing military style clothing and tactical gear including a helmet where he had a fixed camera that live streamed the shooting CBS is when did Gillette The suspect was arraigned last night in charge with first degree murder W IVB TV reporter Kelsey Anderson was inside the courtroom He was staring straight at the judge the entire time He was wearing a white mask and a white paper gown something like what you would wear at a doctor's office Now to that baby formula shortage it's like a scavenger hunt desperate parents taking desperate measures to find formula in short supply Meanwhile a new family run company is trying to keep up with the demand By heart is a baby formula that hit the market in March We worked with the world's experts in breast milk research to get closer than ever to before to breast milk Ron Bel de grun cofounded the company with his sister Mia Funt In just the first 6 days we sold into all 50 states That was really shocking to us They sell online and have so far kept pace with demand They control their own supply chain and don't outsource production Steve kathin CBS News Almost three months after Russia shocked the world by invading Ukraine a British reports as the attack has lost momentum The BBC's Joe inwood is in lviv Ukraine Losing troops is the main thing losing armor losing equipment The report also says that they've lost a third of the ground forces that they use to launch this invasion In terms of how it's happening well they are coming up against incredibly stiff resistance at every point Ukraine says Russian forces are withdrawing from around har cave Ukraine's second largest city after bombarding it for weeks Singer Britney Spears has posted on Instagram about the death of what she called her miracle baby Today she announced the loss about a month after she first announced her pregnancy with her new husband spears called this a devastating time and added perhaps she should.

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"joe inwood" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:30 min | 9 months ago

"joe inwood" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Later as we mark 1 million COVID-19 deaths in the United States Stephanie Ramos a chaplain in Los Angeles remembers how the losses seem to build each day in the hospital where she works And it just seemed to just keep creeping up and creeping up and creeping up and it's Ah There was a lot to hold in a human heart First our newscast at Saturday May 14 2022 Live from NPR news I'm trial Snyder for a ministers from the group of 7 wealthy nations are vowing to beef up the political and economic isolation of Russia over the war in Ukraine The foreign ministers issued a joint statement today after meeting in Germany where land mines came up as a potential long-term risk speaking on the sidelines of the median Canadian foreign minister Melanie jolly says her country is ready to help Canada has been spearheading the issue of landmines for years there is an important auto a convention on the question of landmines So we've announced support to map these landmines across Ukraine Ukraine meanwhile says Russian forces are withdrawing from harkey after weeks of heavy bombardment and the institute for the study of war a Washington based think tank says Ukraine appears to have won the battle for the country's second largest city the BBC's Joe inwood reports from lviv Hockey eve is Ukraine's second city and it's had the nickname in the past of a fortress city and I think it's fair to say that over the last 70 days it's earned that reputation It seems the Ukrainian forces that have been defending it since pretty much the start of the war and a huge levels of bombardment have successfully pushed the Russians back They've been launching counter offensives we understand over the last few days This analysis from the institute of the study of war thinks that that has been so successful that the Russians have been pushed back to the border in some cases and have basically given up their attempts to encircle harkey Now it's not a turning point in the war I think but I think it is a significant moment The BBC's Joe inward reporting from lviv India has abruptly banned wheat exports a country the second biggest wheat producer in the world and the band comes at a time when the Ukraine war has hurt global wheat supplies NPR's Lauren freya reports from Mumbai The Indian government quietly posted an announcement overnight saying it's banning new wheat exports effective immediately Just days ago prime minister Narendra Modi boasted that India was going to help feed the world by boosting wheat exports to help with the shortfall from Ukraine The goal was to export a record 10 million tons of Indian wheat But South Asia has since been hit by a massive heat wave Farmers are harvesting shriveled wheat and prices have skyrocketed up more than 40% since the start of the year In its announcement about the ban the government cited India's own food security and domestic prices Lauren freyer and PR news Mumbai The United Nations Security Council is condemning the killing of the Palestinian American journalist shirin Abu akli and is calling for an immediate and transparent investigation The 15 member council approved a statement last night after Russia and China successfully sought the removal of language on the importance of media freedom You're listening to NPR news A.

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"joe inwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"joe inwood" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Deborah Feinstein And I'm Mark Lewis Jocelyn jessen our producer The top story we're following dangerous civilian evacuations in Ukraine CBS News special report An elderly Ukrainian woman shaken after she was evacuated from a steel plant in mariupol and taken by bus to Ukrainian held territory Correspondent Chris livesay has more from Kyiv This rescue effort began over the weekend and it is ongoing both from the city itself were about a 100,000 citizens remain and from within that steel mill In eastern Luhansk local military officials have released video showing more than century old school burning after Russian shelling in the region the BBC's Joe inwood says Ukraine's military is standing firm They all doing their best to hold on They all have to concede some ground but they are extracting a very very heavy price from the Russians House speaker Pelosi met with Polish president duda in Warsaw today CBS News special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez Back home there's a new wrinkle in The White House's major aid package for Ukraine that targets Russian oligarchs Morphine WTO's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says lawmakers will press hard for quick passage of the $33 billion aid plan and at the request of the administration he says language is now being added to the legislation designed to make it easier to seize major property like yachts and mansions from sanctioned Russian oligarchs There is no.

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"joe inwood" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"joe inwood" Discussed on WTOP

"Biden had lost the election to mister Trump right Well yes we saw a tremendous amount of better fund We have investigations going on right now in the state of Georgia No widespread voter fraud has been found On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news Meantime McCarthy continued his denials when reporters caught up with him just before an event in California last evening I have never asked the president to resign So what the book said was not true I never asked the president to resign 6 35 Now a man tried to set himself on fire last evening and happened in front of a Supreme Court and about 6 30 p.m. the man was airlifted to a hospital The federal aviation administration is admitting it failed to tell U.S. capitol police about an army demonstration flight that led to an evacuation of the capital complex Wednesday evening That flight and restricted airspace had been approved for parachute jump into nationals park In a statement the FAA says we deeply regret that we contributed to a precautionary evacuation of the capital complex and apologized for the disruption and fear experienced by those who worked there Earlier this week House speaker Nancy Pelosi called the FAA's actions outrageous and inexcusable CBS News special report Russian troops have reportedly made a little progress in their campaign in the eastern Donbass region The BBC's Joe inwood has more from keys We've been expecting this to what they're going to be doing is attacking from above trying to grind down the Ukrainian resistance However there are many places there where the soldiers are not only experienced and well equipped They're also well dug in They've been there for many years.

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"joe inwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"joe inwood" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mountain areas For NPR news I'm Alice fordham in Albuquerque A wildfire in northern Arizona has now burned about 32 square miles near Flagstaff Some of the latest U.S. Military aid to Ukraine is expected to arrive in that country by the weekend That's according to The Pentagon Yesterday President Biden announced another package of military assistance costing $800 million This is NPR news from Washington New satellite imagery shows mass graves in Ukraine near the southern port city of mariupol which Russia now claims to control The BBC's Joe inwood and Kyiv says local officials believe up to 9000 civilians are buried in those graves The images appear to show four freshly dug trenches on the edge of the village of Manus Each is almost 300 feet long The city council has already claimed the Russians buried civilians at the same location They said dump lorries had been used to bring the bodies It provided its own aerial image of the site claiming it was already twice as large as the nearby cemetery Mario poles mayor Vadim boychenko said tens of thousands of civilians may have died in the fighting Mario Paul has also wear hundreds perhaps thousands of Ukrainian fighters and civilians remain holed up at a steel plant The leaders of North and South Korea are expressing hope for better relations between the two countries as NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports letters were exchanged between Seoul and Pyongyang this week North Korean state media report that the south's outgoing president Moon Jae-in wrote to Kim Jong-un urging him to resume talks with Washington and cooperate with moon's successor Yun seung y'all who takes over next month Kim wrote back thanking moon for his efforts toward peace The exchange comes as the south is on the alert for further missile and nuclear tests by Pyongyang I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington And it's WNYC at 7 33 on earth day Friday April 22nd 54 in sunny now sunny and 68 today Remember alternate side parking is suspended but we still must pay the parking meters New York City is getting more than $11 million this week to help combat the city's growing opioid overdose crisis It's just the first installment of $256 million that city will get overall The money comes from a larger pot of settlement funds New York attorney general letitia James secured from opioid makers city health commissioner doctor ashwin vasan says the money will help increase access to critical services for drug users The investments we can make as a result of the opioid settlements will save lives for now and for years to come State advisory committee that the San sits on plants a decide how to spend that money Your forecast now 54 in sunny on earth day right now and then today sunny in.

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