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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Curfew is coming to a West Texas border city as coronavirus death strain the cities and the moral Pasa was having to use 14 mobile trailer boards and a refrigerated warehouses, covert 19 deaths and hospitalizations surge in the West Texas border. City County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered an overnight curfew. You have a review. You continue to send the message that we're not okay. Right now, The deadly impact of Corona virus has reached an all time high and El Paso Jim Krystle CBS News, The death of George Floyd and the Uprisings of the summer sparked conversations across America and brought the country to terms with its history of discrimination, oppression and injustice. It's likely to spark some discussions at the Thanksgiving tastier expect some Children at the table to teach their elders a more authentic and comprehensive story of the first Thanksgiving. Thanks in part to a summer of racial reckoning, education officials across the country are acknowledging a need to reevaluate the colonizers version and have been integrating the Wampanoag. Perspective these air all of our ancestors, and they made choices, and we need to know about both sides. This is n a rummy or teaches sixth graders in Cape Cod. What happened? Why it happened wasn't right. Was it wrong? Who did it harm? These were the skills. I think that we need as a culture, CBS news. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and 203 will start you off west of the city where we have delays on the pike eastbound side very slow between 1 40 in the Westboro Service Plaza, more work crew delays westbound and framing him after Route nine. To Western Devon's work crew delays by Jackson Road for 95 South No trouble passing A setup in Bolton by route 1 17 south of the city, Route three North You gonna slow down through Norwell for work between run 23 2 28. 95 South. You're down two lanes and slow through Attleboro to 95 down the route one, eh? North of the city. 93 north bound your Donnelly mcd asking burrowed, Not a major problem on 4 95 North found watch for a double enclosure and hand over after 93 South bound. Another set up with no delay in Westford of Boston Road downtown. All is well in the second bridge, the Tobin Bridge. River Roads and the pike. This report sponsored by unbound dot org's Right now they're young people across the world facing a tough choice,.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Total is the 14th straight day of a record high in hospitalizations. A number of Americans being cared for in the nation's hospitals has more than doubled in a month. There was encouraging news is the number of new infections yesterday was about the same as the day before. Here in San Antonio metro Health is issuing new guidelines in an effort to stem the rising number of covert 19 cases. Mayor Ron Nirenberg made the announcement yesterday. Metro Health Department is urging San Antonians Avoid all indoor activities with people outside of your household, especially when you cannot wear a mask, Nierenberg said. The city is also stepping up enforcement of the state's executive orders as a PD officers will now conduct 350 proactive inspections of businesses per week to ensure the social distancing guidelines are being followed. Metrohealth reported 709 new cases of covert 19, a Bear county yesterday, more moral morgues are being set up in El Paso is Corona virus cases continue to surge. County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego says they're also looking at using a warehouse. One of the things would be to build a temporary facility inside a warehouse. The judge says there's a backlog of close to 500 deaths. The medical examiner's office must evaluate as to whether they should be attributed to covert 19 holiday curfew will go into effect tomorrow night in the city. The Biden administration can now confer with their counterparts in the Trump administration and begin preparing to run the country. The head of the General Services Administration notified the president elect that he is the apparent winner. And they officially begin the transition of power. And while President Trump may not be ready to leave the White House work is reportedly underway for life after January. 2021. The president is expected to make Mar a Lago, his permanent home in ABC News reported. The members of a secret service detail have been asked if they want to transfer to the area. Secret Service agents in Miami You're said to be looking at how to make physical reinforcements to the resort. Home source also tells ABC renovations are already underway at Mar A Lago is living quarters for Trump and wife Melania, one of the greatest jeopardy champions of all time is taking over the hosting duties on an interim basis. Ken Jennings will be behind the podium when the show resumes production on November 30th..

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTOP

"At very, very low temperatures. The more Dan of vaccine, on the other hand, can be treated pretty much like your influenza vaccine, and it's the vaccine that I think will be more readily distributed to pharmacists, doctors, offices and clinics. PASO, Texas has been one of the virus hot spots during the pandemic resurgence. CBS's Jim Priscilla, struggling to keep up with covert 19 deaths in El Paso County, Texas. Jail inmates are being used to move bodies in the mobile Morgues County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego There's no personnel no one to help out and there's volunteers. Even if they are inmates, then that's that's what we're left with Salmon. Diego is waiting on a request to have the Texas National Guard take over the grim task. Michigan's governor says she does have the authority to issue a second stay at home order. Calls a White House advisers call for people to rise up if she does reckless As we hear from CBS is we Jiujiang? Not all of the administration's energy is being channeled into challenging the election outcome. President Trump plans to end his first term with the crackdown on China. CBS News has learned that over the next few weeks, the administration promises to take what it calls historic actions to protect US interests like restricting trade and imposing more sanctions. Correspondent Vicki Barker has more on some new FBI stats out today on hate crimes, nearly 16,000 bias motivations. Violations or reported last year. More than half of the victims were targeted because of the offenders. Racial, ethnic or national background, one in five out of religious bias, one in six over gender identity, one in 50 over a disability bias. The agency does not say if these figures are better or worse than previous years, 80,000 people have made sex abuse claims against the boy Scouts, according to attorneys and the organization's bankruptcy case. Gil Gail says he was 11 years old when a leader first assaulted him during an Alabama camp out We can somehow make the price the boy Scouts pay so incredibly painful that systematic changes can happen that will ensure it never happens to anyone else. I think all 80,000 dust would settle for that iota is now a Category five hurricane aiming at Nicaragua the Dow was up 4 37. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen.

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

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

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

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

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTOP

"Be back above 50 on Thursday afternoon, and the weekend looks great. Mild with highs in the mid sixties. I'm Storm Team four. Video biologist Chuck Belford. W T O P. Great. Thank you Check it's 9 51 right now. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is self isolating. After being told he came into contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. Statement from his office says he's well and does not have any covert 19 symptoms. Johnson met with a small group of lawmakers for about a half an hour of the last Thursday, including one who subsequently developed Corona virus symptoms and tested positive. Recalled. Back in April, Johnson was hospitalized in intensive care for three nights after contracting covert 19. Worsening coronavirus situation has led to a community backlash in West Texas struggling to keep up with covert 19 deaths in El Paso County, Texas, jail inmates are being used to move bodies in the mobile marks that has prompted community backlash. County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego There's no personnel No one to help out in this volunteers. Even if they are inmates, then that's that's what we're left with Salmon. Diego is waiting on a request to have the Texas National Guard take over the grim task. Jim Chris Let's CBS knows this should be a life changing week for two Maryland men who wrongly went to prison after Baltimore police planted drugs on them 10 years ago. The two were framed by the gun Trace Task Force, a rogue police unit that brutalized, robbed and falsely arrested people. On Wednesday. Baltimore City officials are expected to approve the payment of $8 million to Kumar, burly and Brent Matthews. This settlement is the largest so far from lawsuits over that unit actions. Four astronauts are in orbit and on their way to the international space station. Their launch last night by space X kicks off regular crew flights from the U. S. And already a potential showstopper aboard the space X crew dragon has been resolved. It came up about 2.5 hours after launch. Three of the four heaters used to keep you warm for the dragon Small thruster rockets were off line to have to be working to continue a mission. It took about three hours, but Commander Mike Hopkins Finally got the call he was waiting for. From Mission control. We're able to recover the prop plane heaters and are back to full fault tolerance. That is excellent news. Good to hear the Dragon spacecraft they call resilience has made it through the first hand of trouble with flying colors. Peter King, CBS News at the Kennedy Space Center Coming up next in money news, the market start the day with a rally. Airlines air dropping international flights. I'm Jeff Global. It's 9 54. You got into public service to help citizens not push paper. All that time and money that could have been spent serving people is wasted on paperwork. The Fed ramp moderate Doc, you sign agreement cloud for government. Let's public.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The officers had close contact with infected coworkers. Washington Post says he affected officers were part of the White House detail. Many were part of President Trump's pre election rally blitz in battleground states. The corona viruses raging across much of the US with more than 150,000 new cases. Report. Thursday. The number of people in the president's orbit of also tested positive for Corona virus, including chief of staff Mark Meadows and Housing Secretary Ben Carson. They were at a packed election night party at the White House, where few face mass were observed here in Texas. A divided appeals court is ending a mandatory shut down in El Paso designed to mitigate the spread of Copan 19. The 2 to 1 ruling of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals avoids the mandate on nonessential businesses and a nightly curfew. El Paso County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego issued the mandate. Because of a severe outbreak there, and nurses working in the city's hospitals are telling horror stories about the conditions. Ideally, Cooper says, they are pushed to the limit. I'm just extremely exhausted emotionally physically, I have to go back to work tomorrow. I have not recovered, knowing that my patients are being intubated. It's very demoralizing. FEMA has sent registered nurses to El Paso. But even with their help Healthcare workers say that staffing in the city's hospitals is insufficient. There's a 3 to 1 patient to nurse ratio, they say, and they worry that problems are being missed. The city of El Paso reported 16 more deaths from covert 19, as well as 1488 new cases today. 61 Corona virus. Patients from El Paso are now hospitalized in Bear County, where the total hospitalizations as a result of the virus are now up to 353 metro health officials reported 301 new cases of Copan 19. Yesterday and two additional deaths, raising the county's death toll to 1000 287 as go over 19 infections continues surging across the U. S. There are high hopes for a Corona virus vaccine made by Fizer, who claims that 90% success rate, But those who have received the shots say it is no fun. The side effects feel like the flu or a bad hangover. UT s a biology professor Carl, Close says. That's normal what you're feeling. Is your immune system engaging until you're really feeling. You know, when you're meeting system gets engaged, and it's working for you. There are some side effects, too, that he says This should be a part of the messaging when the vaccine is rolled out. And while he agrees that feeling ill for a few days is not a lot of fun, he says..

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Away high our top story. The divided appeals court in Texas is ending a mandatory shutdown in one of the state's hotbeds of Corona virus infections. 2 to 1. Ruling of the Eighth Court of Appeals avoids the mandate on nonessential business and a nightly curfew and Al Paso. A Paso County Judge, Ricardo Salmon Diego had issued the mandates because of a severe outbreak there, The mandate said occupancy levels at 50% said restaurants must close dining services by 9 P.m. limited gatherings to 10 people directed bars to remain closed. Made masks mandatory in public officials reported nearly 1500 new cases of covert 19 today along with 16 new deaths, additional mobile morgues have been set up to handle the number of deaths. Here in Baker County Judge Nelson Wolff says efforts to stop the spread of covert 19 at the Bear County jail are moving in the right direction. Infection rate it back in early October was 3%. Now it's less than 1%. Wolf noted that about 100 new inmates are admitted every day and all of them are tested for the virus. Ah, judge commended the sheriff sheriff have yourselves are for his efforts to keep covert out of jail. Two people are dead and several others injured after an explosion at a V. A hospital and West Haven, Connecticut of a spokesperson said a leak in the steam plant likely caused the blast. Senator Richard Blumenthal confirmed the deaths to local media, adding the explosion happened while repairs were being made. Texas Republicans have retained their control for the upcoming legislative session and want what to want that to use reduce abortions. Wook eyes Michael board reports state would have some of the most trenchant abortion laws of the nation under bills filed for the upcoming session. One of them would ban the procedure after 12 weeks. That's got the support of Texas right to life. John Seigo feels we have a moral obligation to ban abortions that early into a pregnancy. We see that there is evidence that Children feel pain as early as 12 weeks, But if this bill passes, it will ultimately end up in the courts. Earlier this year, a federal judge permanently struck down Georgia's controversial law banning most abortions after six weeks, ruling that it infringed upon a woman's constitutional right to obtain an abortion. Michael board NewsRadio 1200 W. O II, The Spurs are giving many longtime fans. What they want is the two And build throwback jerseys with the Fiesta colors. Today, players will still wear the silver and black for most games. But what are called the city edition jerseys will make appearances throughout the upcoming season games start on December, 22nd teams will be playing a 72 games scheduled this year. Get the latest news anytime anywhere..

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"North Texas leaders say Cove in 19 metrics continue to head in the wrong direction, and residents must help get the men in great numbers under control. Dallas County recently passed 100,000 confirmed cases in hospitalizations continued to spike. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says he liked the compliance rate to rise from 55%. The 65% Tarrant County Judge Lynn Whitley want schools to stop athletic activities as he believes they're contributing to an uptick in covert 19 cases, especially in Children. They're currently 11 positive covert 19 kids hospitalized at Cook Children's Hospital Most since the pandemic began. Some of them are in ICU and on ventilators what Lee has asked Governor Abbott disease, all youth sports across the county. Some parents are opposed. The Dern, A one of the companies that began developing a Corona virus vaccine candidate is set to release its initial face clinical trial results next week. This comes after five you're released their clinical trial results earlier this week, which showed their vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing volunteers from getting covert 19 for about a week. Cases are on the rise in 49 states, including here in Texas and California, which became the first two states to record over a million Corona virus cases. El Paso County shutdown of nonessential businesses that was slated to last until December. 1st is on hold following a ruling by a state appeals court Thursday. El Paso County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego issue the shutdown order October 29th In an effort to slow the spread of covert 19, which is it hospitals hard. Sami Diego extended the order Wednesday. But a group of local restaurants and Texas attorney General can Paxton had been trying to block the effort since it was issued a passel mayor de Margo said Thursday about 26% of small businesses have closed and more than 15,000 jobs have been lost amid the pandemic. Texas business. Real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow was up 218 points, NASDAQ Up 25 points and the S and P. 500 up 23 points. News also brought to you by Rex L. From the W B A B news desk. I Nicolo say your next update is at 10 30 24 7 Coverage at W B A. P. E com This is the news and talk of Texas. Now it's the Chris Sal Saito. Show, honey 20 a m 99 5 at them HD to use talking 20 w.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on KGO 810

"That's what I'm hoping for. Fingers crossed. Alright, Transition team Rebuff Mohr class from the outgoing president That's sarcasm. That is just moments away. Chris Marilyn for John Roth and KGO If you're talking about it, we're talking about KGO San Francisco San Jose Oakland, a cumulus stations From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. It's been a week since the election, and President Trump is still insisting he was reelected to a second term. But that isn't stopping the president elect from moving ahead with this transition. Porter's asking Joe Biden if it's dangerous for him not to have access to classified briefings and transition funds. Now that he's president elect, it would be nice to have it, but it's not critical. And, uh, That's so we're just going to proceed the way we have. The Clinton administration also withheld funds, while Al Gore disputed the election until mid December against then candidate George W. Bush and the field. ABC NEWS Washington The president hasn't been seen, but he is making political moves. A day after firing Defense Secretary Mark Esper. He's replaced three other top Pentagon officials with Trump loyalists. With covert 19 cases on the rise. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers is urging residents to stay. Always cancel the happy hours. The dinner parties sleepovers the playdates at your home. If a friend or family member invites you over, offered a hangout virtually instead in Texas. El Paso County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered more more trucks have.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTOP

"Was leading half the country to view the outcome of this election as illegitimate. CBS's Margaret Brennan, it doesn't appear the Trump campaign has been able to substantiate any of these claims of fraud in any of the states. The FBI has not backed that up. Now there's homeland security. You don't have official results to challenge yet You have a trend in the voting that the president seems to be objecting to. And so it seems they're trying to sow doubt in the results and ultimately litigate. A different outcome. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is tested positive for covert 19. His results come as the search continues nationwide. It has come to the point now that very few of us Very, very few of us. Are not experiencing the devastating effects. Of this virus. El Paso County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego after a court upheld his order imposing a lock down there. He called it a moral victory. Health officials in North eastern Tennessee say they don't have enough nurses to combat covert 19 cases. New Mexico is reporting a new high, surpassing the record set just days ago in Detroit to convention center is being put to another use. Claude Mullen ery Hospitals from around the region are sending their used people being to be AH, recycling. Cleaned and put back into service. You know, which is a great cost saving, so that operation's been going around the clock seven days a week. Six countries there now reporting a corona virus on mink farms and apparent mutation. Mutations are normal these types of changes in the virus or something that we have been tracking since the beginning, the World Health Organization's Maria von Kerr Cove in Denmark The virus has jumped from minx to humans and infected at least 12 people that could threaten the effectiveness of a future vaccine. This is CBS News. Brought to you by MassMutual honoring mutuality all around us and the people who prove we're all stronger when we look out for one another MassMutual It's Saturday, November 7th 2020 55 degrees Gonna be sunny Nice today highs around 70. Good morning. I'm Nick I and Ellie continuing election 2020 coverage here on W T o P. Joe Biden, addressing the nation last night is the inches closer to the 270 electoral votes he needs to win the White House. We're going to win this race with a clear majority. The nation behind us. You've gotten over 74 million votes. Repeat that 74 million votes. That's more than any presidential ticket has ever gotten in the history of United States of America four days after election Day, and we still.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Spoke today and for worth the senator from California touched on immigration as well as the pandemic during the half an hour remarks. Let's talk about A nation under this administration that had a policy of separating Children from their parents at the border. A nation that broke its promise to the dreamers. In terms of not following through on a commitment around Dhaka protections. Paris spoke later that today and Macallan and in Houston Visit w b ap dot com. Answer our poll question. Do you believe the polls in Texas and across the country? Investigators have not named a motive. After an apparent ambush of police officers in New Orleans, Tom Graham explains who police officers are recovering after being fired upon in broad daylight in the famous new Orleansfrench quarter one was shot in the phase. The bullet became lodged in the skull. He's in serious but stable condition. The other officers. Injuries are reportedly minor. Police say the gunman was riding in a pedi cab when he opened fire. He remains in custody after a witness pointed out the suspect to responding officers Tom Graham, Fox News and El Paso judges locking horns with the Texas governor over pandemic shutdown Powers. Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego ordered all El Paso non essential businesses to shut down for a two week period. In addition, Salmon Diego and acted a shelter in place order and banned resident gatherings and all non essential travel Attorney General Kim Packs and has joined a lawsuit against the L. Paso judge stating that Salmon Diego is in direct violation of the governor's executive order and has no authority to impose a shutdown packs and also sent a letter to the Democratic judge stating his order is unenforceable and should be amended. The attorney general joined El Paso businesses in that lawsuit. Again..

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's 6 30. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar, Northern States of the focus today of the campaigns. The presidential campaigns are focused on the Midwest today as Election Day approaches. It'll be Joe Biden's busiest day on the trail. Yet yes stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, both of which voted for President Trump in 2016 and Minnesota, which Hillary Clinton won and has long been a solidly blue state. But it's where the president's making a push and he will appear there as well Today. Despite the Midwestern focus by then figures the race could be decided in the South. Florida goes blue. It's over. It's over. He was in Florida yesterday, as was the president, who also as stops today in Michigan and Wisconsin. SOCCER Megane Washington For Austin City. Council members say they want to hear from chief Brian Manly on how the Austin police will handle demonstrations. City Council member Natasha Harper Madison is one of those asking the question. Ultimately, we just want to make certain that is enough in the way of consideration and preparation. However, this thing shakes out on November 3rd. We all hope that our community space we hope our law enforcement professionals say El Paso's having a major battle with the Corona virus. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in code 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed, but the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state. Attorney general who's tweeting Judge Summon Diego doesn't have the authority to shut down businesses in the county. And he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 new covert cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn. Some Democrats think they can flip the state to blue since 2006 Democrats have been saying the state would flip, but of course, that hasn't happened. We asked political science professor Kimmy King. If this might be the year look at the way candidates are raising and spending money and, most importantly, how they're using ads in Texas. That gives credibility and legitimacy to this idea that it is in play, she says. Texas is a must win for President Trump but isn't a must win for former Vice President Joe Biden. Robert WOULDn't USE RADIO KO BJ Battle over Diversity training is intensifying. Three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the CP Legal Defense Fund. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month in a statement. The Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit might cross CIA Washington 33. Here's Austin's on time traffic with don prior, just the usual stuff. Building up nor found 35 starting to slow down a bit as you hit slaughter of two stashing right on schedule. And then you hit Woodward. Your slow up to Cesar Chavez.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on AP News

"S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June I Mike Rossia Ah former U. S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women. Has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June. I might cross, the county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge some Diego doesn't have the authority to shut down businesses in the county. And he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 New Kobe cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, the Corona virus situation's gotten so bad in El Paso County, Texas, that officials have ordered a two week shutdown of non essential activities. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge someone. Diego does. I have the authority to shut down businesses in the county, and he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 new covert cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the C P Legal Defense Fund. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month in a statement. The Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia Washington an executive order signed by President Trump last month. That bar certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting a lawsuit challenges President Trump's executive order that prohibits certain diversity training in the government. An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bar certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting the president's executive order on diversity training faces a lawsuit. Three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month. In a statement, the Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia, Washington President Trump's Cabinet members air hitting key election states, leading to questions about violations of a long standing law about federal workers and politics. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is planning a moms for trumps rally in her home state of Michigan, a key swing states. Acting homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf traveled to the really Grand Valley in Texas to tout the border wall. 2016 Trump campaign promise important that we don't lose sight of the challenges we overcame to keep this. Important promise. The Office of Special Counsel ordered Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to reimburse the government for a North Carolina trip and what she let a chant of four more years. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and others are also under scrutiny. The 1939 Hatch Act prohibits political activity by all federal workers except the president and vice president. 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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on AP News

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06:31 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Mike Rossia reporting an ex embassy worker is suspected of sexually assaulting 24 women. Ah, former U. S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June I Mike Rossia Ah former U. S embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women. Has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego, Brian Geoffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on May 31st at the U. S. Embassy least department in Mexico City. Prosecutors anticipate more charges involving 23 other women. The FBI opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on May 31st and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment. Raymond, who worked for the government for 23 years in numerous countries, resigned in June. I might cross CIA. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge some Diego doesn't have the authority to shut down businesses in the county. And he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 New Kobe cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, the Corona virus situation's gotten so bad in El Paso County, Texas, that officials have ordered a two week shutdown of non essential activities. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge Summer Diego does I have the authority to shut down businesses in the county, and he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 new covert cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the CP Legal Defense Fund. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month in a statement. The Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia Washington an executive order signed by President Trump last month. That bar's certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting a lawsuit challenges President Trump's executive order that prohibits certain diversity training in the government. An executive order signed by President Trump last month that bars certain diversity training at federal agencies is being challenged. The order also applies to federal contractors and grant recipients. The C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington, D. C. The National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance. Both have federal contracts within the government. The Justice Department has suspended all diversity and inclusion training. Training programs have also been cancelled at the State Department, Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Mike Rossi, a Washington I might cross CIA reporting the president's executive order on diversity training faces a lawsuit. Three civil rights groups have filed a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order that prohibits federal agencies, contractors and grant recipients from offering certain diversity training. The complaint was filed in federal court in Washington, D C by the C P Legal Defense Fund, the National Urban League and the National Fair Housing Alliance lawsuit argues Trump's order violates free speech rights and hinders efforts to address systemic race and sex discrimination. Trump signed the executive order last month. In a statement, the Labor Department says it is confident it will prevail in the lawsuit. Mike Rossia, Washington President Trump's Cabinet members air hitting key election states, leading to questions about violations of a long standing law about federal workers and politics. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is planning a moms for trumps rally in her home state of Michigan, a key swing states. Acting homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf traveled to the really Grand Valley in Texas to tout the border wall. 2016 Trump campaign promise important that we don't lose sight of the challenges we overcame to keep this. Important promise. The Office of Special Counsel ordered Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to reimburse the government for a North Carolina trip and what she let a chant of four more years. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and others are also under scrutiny. The 1939 Hatch Act prohibits political activity by all federal workers except the president and vice president. Jim McGuire. Washington THISS.

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El Paso judge imposes two-week shutdown as COVID-19 cases spike

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00:54 sec | 1 year ago

El Paso judge imposes two-week shutdown as COVID-19 cases spike

"Virus situation's gotten so bad in El Paso County, Texas, that officials have ordered a two week shutdown of non essential activities. The county judge in El Paso County ordered a nighttime curfew this week, hoping to reduce a spike in coded 19 cases. But that hasn't worked. So now Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego has ordered businesses to close things like hair and nail salons, gyms and restaurants. He says. Hospitals are at capacity and medical professionals are overwhelmed. But the judge is facing a legal challenge from the state attorney general who's tweeting judge Summer Diego does I have the authority to shut down businesses in the county, and he's violating a government order to keep businesses open. El Paso had more than 1100 New Kobe cases Thursday and two more deaths. I'm Jackie Quinn, three

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WTVN

"News and area Aldinger a grim milestone in the Corona virus pandemic. The covert tracking project says there were a record 88,452 cases reported today. ABC is Mark Remillard says They include one of the best players in college football head coach Dabo Swinney, confirming in a statement that the team's quarterback Trevor Laurence, Has tested positive for covert 19 and is in isolation, The statement said. He's doing well with mild symptoms, but will not be available for this week's game against Boston College, Ohio, Topping 3000 new cases today. Governor Mike Viruses raging throughout the state of Ohio. There's no place to hide. In El Paso County, Texas. Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego is ordering nonessential businesses to shut down for two week election activities shall be considered an essential function. And under no circumstances. This is order effect the voting or campaigning for candidates. On the November 3rd 2020 developed the city's mayor De Margo, once the state's attorney general, to clarify the order, President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden holding dueling rallies today in a must win state. Here's ABC. Jonathan Karl Trump. Biden today. Same time, same place Florida campaign 2020 no state looms larger to get re elected President Trump must win Florida. There's no state he has visited Mohr Heck even became a Florida resident. Now in the campaign's final week, the president is trying to outrun the virus, holding one giant rally after another. Biden calls them super spreader events, but the Trump campaign sees them as key to getting trump supporters to vote tomorrow. Both candidates will be in Minnesota. The city of Philadelphia is on high alert after authorities discovered a van filled with explosives and other suspicious cargo following two nights of unrest over the fatal shooting of a black man by police. Two suspects are in custody. You're listening to ABC news news radio 6 10 W T Vienna Malice and Wiant, Ohio is once again breaking records for the number of new covert 19 cases reported in a single day. A. We have As I said, set another record. We report 3590 cases. Uh, this is the first time we've surpassed 3000 daily cases per day, Governor Mike DeWine says That brings the statewide total since the pandemic took hold in the state in mid March to upwards of 209,000. It's not only the case numbers, though, that are increasing. We also have 192 new hospitalizations reported in the past 24 hours. This is the third highest we have ever reported the governor pleading with Ohioans to of practice proper physical distancing and keep wearing a face mask. No Ohio counties, however, moved up into the Purple Zone today on the state's color coded corona virus map. Purple is the most serious designation indicating severe exposure and spread Kaya, Haga, Clark and Hamilton counties. We're all at risk of falling into that category, but instead remain in the red Zone. The Corona virus has not helped the Columbus crew any this year as they near the end of their regular season. The Columbus crew are desperate to get back on track as the playoffs inch closer. The crew lost DC United last night. One Nothing in our 14 and two in their last seven matches. Columbus is now in the third place tie in the East with Orlando City, six points behind. In place. Toronto FC with three matches left the crew host Philadelphia on Sunday and will air on ABC on my Cam Pana. If you're taking the kids out trick or treating this weekend, the pandemic has complicated this beloved holiday tradition, but it's not impossible. The guidelines for mass do include some more recommendations, officials say. Do not wear a costume mask on top of a cloth mask. Don't double it up because that could make it harder for kids to breathe. Masks also are not needed for kids younger than two when it comes to handing out candy. Don't use a big old community bowl that everyone's gonna have to rummage through to pick something out. Instead, health officials suggest spacing candy out. Maybe on your front porch, your front stoop or if you have a card table, you could set that up in your driveway. The key is maintaining that 6 ft. Social distance ABC Sixes. Mike McCarthy. Meanwhile, police say as it is dark and dreary out tonight, watch out for any kids or loose pets and over the weekend. Keep an eye out in neighborhoods and stay off your cell phone as you're passing through. I'm Allison Wiant.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Daria Aldinger a grim milestone in the Corona virus pandemic. The covert tracking project says there were a record 88,452 cases reported today. ABC is Mark Remillard says They include one of the best players in college football and head coach Dabo Swinney, confirming in a statement that the team's quarterback Trevor Laurence, Has tested positive for covert 19 and is in isolation, The statement said. He's doing well with mild symptoms, but will not be available for this week's game against Boston College, Ohio, Topping 3000 new cases today. Governor Mike Viruses raging throughout the state of Ohio. There's no place to hide. In El Paso County, Texas. Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego is ordering nonessential businesses to shut down for two weeks election activities, she will be considered an essential function. And under no circumstances. This is order effect the voting or campaigning for candidates. On the November 3rd 2020 developed the city's mayor Dame Margot, once the state's attorney general, to clarify the order President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden holding dueling rallies today in a must win state. Here's ABC. Jonathan Karl Trump. Biden today. Same time. Same place Florida in campaign 2020. No state looms larger to get re elected President Trump Must win Florida. There's no state he has visited Mohr Heck even became a Florida resident. Now in the campaign's final week, the president is trying to outrun the virus, holding one giant rally after another. Biden calls them super spreader events, but the Trump campaign sees them as key to getting trump supporters to vote tomorrow. Both candidates will be in Minnesota. The city of Philadelphia is on high alert after authorities discovered a van filled with explosives and other suspicious cargo following two nights of unrest over the fatal shooting of a black man by police. Two suspects are in custody. You're listening to ABC News. Here's what's happening around.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"ABC News Area Aldinger a grim milestone in the Corona virus pandemic, The Koven tracking project says there were a record 88,452 cases reported today. ABC is Mark Rebel Art says They include one of the best players in college football games and head coach Dabo Swinney confirming in a statement that the team's quarterback Trevor Laurence, has tested positive for covert 19 and is in isolation. A statement said he's doing well with mild symptoms but will not be available for this week's game against Boston College, Ohio, Topping 3000 new cases today, Governor Mike DeWine viruses raging throughout the state of Ohio. There's no place to hide. In El Paso County, Texas. Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego is ordering nonessential businesses to shut down for two week election activities shall be considered an essential function. And under no circumstances. This is order affect the voting or campaigning for candidates. On the November 3rd 2020 developed the city's mayor Dame Margot, once the state's attorney general, to clarify the order, President Trump and Democratic Challenger Joe Biden holding dueling rallies today in a must win state. Here's ABC. Jonathan Karl Trump. Biden today. Same time, same place Florida campaign 2020 no state looms larger to get re elected President Trump must win Florida. There's no state he has visited Mohr Heck even became a Florida resident. Now in the campaign's final week, the president is trying to outrun the virus, holding one giant rally after another. Biden calls them super spreader events, but the Trump campaign sees them as key to getting trump supporters to vote tomorrow. Both candidates will be in Minnesota. The city of Philadelphia is on high alert after authorities discovered a van filled with explosives and other suspicious cargo following two nights of unrest over the fatal shooting of a black man by police. Two suspects are in custody. You're listening to ABC News. How many APS.

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"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"judge ricardo salmon diego" Discussed on KOMO

"If you're looking for a deal on renting an apartment in Seattle, you may be in luck thanks to the pandemic. Those stories still had it. 6 30 oblique record coronation battling a pandemic. The covert tracking project says there were a record 88,452 new cases today and 1000 49 deaths at midnight El Paso County, Texas, will begin a two week shutdown of non essential businesses and services. Today I'll pass was called 19 Hospitalization rate. Is 44%. This is 365 point to increase from the beginning of the month. County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego says election operations won't be impacted Clemson football coach double Swinney says quarterback Trevor Laurence has tested positive for covert 19 Lawrence is one of the top draft prospects is going to sit out Saturday's game against Boston College five days to the election President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden and focused on a must win state. Florida tomorrow, they're both going to be in another battleground. Minnesota. At least five deaths are blamed on what was hurricanes ate almost two million customers in several states without power, Dairy evolving or ABC News. Cuomo News 1000 FM 97 7 top stories Now from the comb over 24 7 News Center Good evening on Rick Fan sites with ELISA Jaffe. After a slow start, there are improving numbers for school attendance in Seattle during the pandemic. Almost Charlie Harder with the story of The New York Times reported last month that students were logged in about half the time in Seattle public schools. But now, Superintendent Denise Jean L says things have changed. Really great news is our average daily attendance so far for October is 96.9%, and that number is actually better than the attendance rate for a typical in person learning. The district plans to have online learning for at least three more months. Gino says the earliest students could return is January 29th Charlie Harder come O'Neill's The Seattle rental market is another industry taking a big hit from Cove in 19 Come. O Seu Romero has story high rise apartments in Seattle, once in high demand are now struggling to find renters in the midst of the pandemic analyst Jared Cadre with co star which tracks commercial real estate data. Says rents and Seattle have dropped by 14% or higher, notably downtown Seattle and Lake Union. Those areas have seen the most adverse impact in terms of rent declined since the outbreak began, he says. They're also the neighborhood's offering the most incentives for renters to move in three rent or a wave Security deposit free parking. We've seen a lot of that lately. Cadre says Tech workers doing their jobs from home no longer need to be near the office downtown and are contributing to an increase in luxury apartment rentals. And home sales in suburbs like Linwood and Shoreline. See Romero camo news. If the stress of covert shutdowns in the meeting of work and school at home, give you headaches or muscle tension, it's a normal reaction comes Ryan Harris has more from a psychologist Paul that stress puts a lot of cortisol, your fighter flight hormone on your brain, and that could make it hard to concentrate or see the positives when they come at you. Snohomish County psychologist Dr Kerr a mouse that says it's because you're always looking for the next bad thing around the corner mouse. It says. Your kids feel it, too. But she says, you should get your own emotions in order First. It's kind of like putting your oxygen mask on on airplane before you help somebody that sitting next to you if you khun emotionally regulate yourself and model that for your kids, and they learn that from you, that might be one of the most important things that become right now to Dr Mouse, it says, taken extra moment to process that email or something said to you before you respond, and if you're sure Olders bunch up from the stress. Try to be conscious of keeping them down in Snohomish County, Ryan Harris Comeau News. Come on news time is 6 34 Get over to Tampa Fold Now for a check on our co Moh traffic..

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