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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KGO 810

"A V A G clean, nose, healthy life. Police in Birmingham, Alabama, saying Argument over a dog devolved into the fatal shootings of two people and then a gunfight with responding police. One mates making answering They were immediately met by gunfire on which we had four officers that was injured. Birmingham police Sergeant Rod Molden officers Bridie it returned fire, striking the suspect suspect interest did prove to be fatal. Here on the same two officers hit by gunfire, tomb or suffering graze wounds, all expected to live. Six inches of rain in north central Kansas, pushed the unfortunately named Paradise Creek out of its banks it in a Toma, Kansas, Maybe about 200 houses were impacted and about 50 to 100 or displaced at the moment. Chris Rhodes is Osborn County Emergency preparedness director and evacuated the people that wanted to leave their houses. They had some people who Able to move to the second story and stay there and didn't want to leave. The ransomware attacks spurred Ireland's health service to shut down its computers on Friday. ABC is Julia McFarlane, with a story from London. The prime minister has want destruction could last for days. The prime minister added that covert 19 vaccination appointments as well as emergency and ambulance services were unaffected, but that there were major problems for other hospital appointments, including cancer treatments, is not yet clear who is behind the cyber attack. Julia, my father in ABC News, London. This is ABC News. Finding great candidates to hire can be like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack, but not with Zip recruiter. It's powerful technology actively finds and invites qualified candidates to apply to your job. So while other companies might.

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Police response to vigil for murdered woman draws criticism in London

Kim Komando

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Police response to vigil for murdered woman draws criticism in London

"Being handled as if they Were otherwise are leading to a city mayor demanding answers. Thousands of people in London have defied the police ban on gatherings to pay their respects to a woman who was allegedly murdered by a serving police officer after she went missing last week. Sarah Everard was walking home in the capital after visiting a friend and her body was found outside the city near the officer's home. Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, was among the crowds who left hundreds of flowers and messages of condolence. Police have since come under criticism for a heavy handed response to the peaceful crowd with officers filmed, forcefully arresting and handling dozens of women Julia McFarlane ABC News

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

"And social distancing in public. But they are expected to give the green light to those fully vaccinated people to allow them to have small gatherings in their homes with other fully vaccinated people. Sometime this week, Northwest Fish and Game officer made international headlines six years ago after being fired for refusing to shoot a couple of baby cubs. It's been a verdict in his lawsuit against his employer, but his come was Brian Calvert explains. The road ahead still isn't clear. Back in 2015 conservation officer Bryce CASS, a van was called to the scene of a mother bear who had crossed the line. Under provincial policy. She had entered a home and falls into a mandatory destruction category. However, her two cubs did not CASS event without question, put down the mom and insist it was his discretion on what to do with the two Cubs followed the standing rules of the day, which were to transport the Cubs to a veterinarian for medical assessment and to a wildlife recovery center for a behavioral assessment. That move got him fired as his boss is apparently also wanted. The Cubs destroyed. The international backlash against the British Columbia government Agency was extreme, the elements of an injustice and I think people picked up on that and it it went viral cancel that would eventually sued to get his job back plus back pay. He tells global news. And eventually, I was able to formulate a Legal argument. As to why the actions taken against me were inherently unlawful. The case went all the way to the BC Supreme Court for Review and then the Court of Appeals, which would eventually ruled unanimously CASS event was wrongfully terminated, but the water's remain murky. And legally speaking, That means they never should have happened. And as of today, they never have happened. And that leaves us in uninterested in position for the future. He'd still like his old job back a lot. When six years of back pay, it's now up to lawyers and the government to figure out how to make this right. Bryce CASS event was terminated for not terminating the lives of 28 week Old Cubs. Those two cubs, by the way, went to rehab and have since been successfully released back into the Canadian wilderness. Ryan Calvert Colonias your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma News, sponsored by Propel Insurance Technology shares have had a tough go of it lately, And that was the case once again today, the tech heavy NASDAQ composite tumbled 361 points or 2.7%, while the Dow industrials fell. 121 of the S and P. 500 East 50. Room has just reported an adjusted loss for its fourth quarter that was deeper than analysts had been expecting. In response, Shares of the online seller of automobiles are plunging 14% in extended trading. Red Robins. Quarterly results appear to be disappointing the restaurant chain after the Bell posted a wider than expected loss as well as revenue that was down about a third from a year ago. Shares of Red Robin down 3% after hours That's your money now. Deadliest day in me and Ma, these are your world. Headlines from ABC News. At least 38 people have been killed in Myanmar in what's been the deadliest day since the coup at the beginning of February. The U. N has accused me and my security forces of using live bullets against protesters. Police in China and South Africa have seized thousands of doses of fake covert 19 vaccine vials containing the counterfeit drugs were found in factories in both countries on Interpol said dozens of arrests had been made. The International Criminal Court chief prosecutor has opened an investigation into alleged war crimes in the Israeli occupied Palestinian territories and Gaza. Israel rejected the decision, which was met with praise from Palestinian officials. On. Buckingham Palace has said it is very concerned about claims of bullying made against Meghan Markle reported in the Times newspaper. According to the story, the claims were made in late 2018 while Harry and Meghan, We're living in Kensington Palace. Spokesman said. The story was the latest attack when her character Julia McFarlane, ABC News at the Foreign Desk. London What did Homo traffic.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry expecting second child

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry expecting second child

"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced today that they are expecting their second child. ABC is Julia MacFarland reports from London. Harry and Meghan made the announcement in typical style, accompanying their statement on the news with a black and white photograph of the Duchess of Sussex. Relaxed and lying on the grass with a beaming Harry. The photographer is a longtime friend of the couple, Misson Harriman. An activist photographer known for his images, capturing the Black Lives matter Movement In September Last year, he became the first black photographer to shoot the cover of British Vogue in its 104 year history. Julia McFarlane

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Julia McFarlane says This is the second weekend of nationwide protests. Hundreds detained in Moscow Russian police have closed metro stations and are restricting movement in the capital as protests began across the country in support of jailed opposition. The Alexey Navalny. He was jailed on his return to Russia after recovering from an assassination attempt He's accused of not complying with the suspended jail sentence. Protesting is expected to continue throughout the day. Way. Have a crash in Santa Ana on the five. This is on the five North bound right before a main street crash taking up the three left lanes. There you're driving started to stack up right around Brand and in Corona. This is on the United One westbound after Greek River cleanup crews. Furman, fill your crash. Take it up with great plane. There you're driving started to slow up at Main Street. Read Lind's This is on the 2 10 westbound from San Bernadino Avenue to Fifth Street. All lanes are going to be shut down due to police activity. You're driving stacking up right around the 10-K. If I the sky helps get you there faster! I'm Brian vans. Why would a plumber just tell me what it costs to unclog my drain over the phone? Is that that complicated? No, It's not. It makes no sense at all. They obviously have a price. Whoa! You've got a nice aroma. Who are you? Mike Diamond. The smell. The plumber. Will you tell me how much done stop my drain $99, But you haven't seen it Don't need to. Doesn't matter if it's a kitchen sink or a mainline sewer stoppage smell good plumbers that Mike Diamond will unclog.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. He was jailed on his return to Russia after recovering from an assassination attempt He's accused of not Implying with a suspended jail sentence. Julia McFarlane ABC news at the Foreign Desk. London Another covert vaccine could be right around the corner. Johnson and Johnson could ask the FDA for emergency use authorization as early as this week. Here's doctor is she shot dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, who says he wouldn't hesitate to get that vaccine got to see the full data? We haven't gotten the FDA authorization. That said the goal here is to prevent people from getting really sick and dying, Of course, and the Johnson Johnson vaccine based on what we've seen really looks like it's terrific about in trials. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine hasn't been as effective in preventing transmission as the Madonna and Fizer. Vaccines are but is supposed to be 100% effective against hospitalization and death. Now to the vaccine Roll out down South West Virginia being touted as a model of precision and efficiency when it comes to vaccine distribution that state regularly administering more than 80% of its inventory, with virtually no waste doses. ABC is Martha Raddatz has the story. West Virginia has had a vaccine rollout far more successful than the rest of the country. Dr Sherry Young runs the local health department here in Charleston. We tried to make this a process where there's one central location for the vaccinations get his many people immunized as we can, and then we're going to redevelop our plans so that we can downsize and.

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6 rangers killed in latest attack at Congo's Virunga park

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

6 rangers killed in latest attack at Congo's Virunga park

"Six Rangers have been killed and several wounded after armed men carried out an attack at the Virunga National Park in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. No one claimed responsibility, but militias are known to fight for control of land and resources in the region. And electricity is slowly returning to Pakistan after a nationwide power cut plunged homes into darkness across the country of 40 power plant is believed to have caused the outage. Julia McFarlane ABC news at the Foreign Desk in London.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 7 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

"The store. She was a person rummaging around behind the counter. Just after 5:30 A.m. says, a call from police woke him up, saying someone had burglarized his store on First Avenue near Pike Place Market. Another crash of a Boeing passenger jet overnight. This one operated by an Indonesian airline. ABC is Julia MacFarland reports more than 60 people on board. The aircraft is a 737 500, not the Boeing 737 Max that just recently returned to service in the U. S. That model jet involved in a previous faith, Linda Knees and crash that took off from this same airport in Jakarta. Just three years ago, killing all 189 people on board bowing, releasing a statement, saying, We are aware of media reports from Jakarta on a closely monitoring the situation. We are working together. More information. Julia McFarlane ABC News London Let's check your coma traffic. Cell found five of Mercy Street. There's a collision, blocking the right to center lane traffic backing up just a little bit in that immediate area. Right behind that eastbound 5 20 closed as well between Montlake and 92nd of four roadwork all weekend North bound five on the off ramp to self centered. There's a collision partially blocking the ramp there. And in some water, self down, five year transfer road, the two right lanes blocked due to the collision. Traffic backing up to the one on one interchange from there. Our next report is the 5 44 million Smith couple traffic. Mostly cloudy and dry skies expected across western Washington here of the next several hours. However, rain will start to encroach upon.

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The U.K. has identified a new Covid-19 strain that spreads more quickly

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

The U.K. has identified a new Covid-19 strain that spreads more quickly

"The nation that Christmas would not be canceled. The U. K's prime minister last night reversed course maybe sees Julia McFarland Prime Minister Boris Johnson, announcing in an emergency broadcast that London and parts of England and Wales would be put under immediate lockdown, Health Secretary Matt Hancock, explaining that a new variation of covert 19 was spreading rapidly across the country, the new strain Walls out of control. That new strain has not thought to be more lethal resistant the vaccines but is highly contagious enough so that European nations, including Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands, banned all flights from Britain until further notice. Julia McFarlane, ABC News, London and now

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UK Says New Coronavirus Variant up to 70% More Transmissible

Howie Carr

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

UK Says New Coronavirus Variant up to 70% More Transmissible

"Health officials worldwide today. Monitoring what's happening in the UK an emergency press conference and Prime Minister Boris Johnson telling his nation it cannot continue with Christmas is planned. London, BBC's Julie McFarlane, Prime Minister Boris Johnson began his announcement with the knees that a new variant of the virus had been found by scientists to be as much as 70% more transmissible than the standard covert 19. But other vaccines currently authorized for use in the UK are believed to still provide protection. Those living in tearful areas should not mix with anyone outside. Their own household at Christmas. The news that restrictions which were planned to be relaxed over Christmas week on our being scrapped and even tightened for London and some parts of southern England, where the virus is spreading fast. Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk, London There's new restrictions in the UK go into effect

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Central America Braces For Another Hurricane

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Central America Braces For Another Hurricane

"For a second major, hurricane and weeks has Southeast Asia endures a string of powerful typhoons hurricanes here to gather strength headed towards Central America, with authorities urgent communities near the coast to evacuate ahead of life threatening flooding predicted to hit the region still recovering from Hurricane Aita. Meanwhile, dozens of people have died in the Philippines from its deadliest typhoon to hit this year. Officials say The storm produced the worst flooding the country has seen in more than 40 years. Six cyclones hit the Philippines in just Four weeks. Julia McFarlane

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"First warning Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW not a bad start to your Monday 48 degrees. Let's head around the world with a B C's Julia McFarlane, a bolo for the Venezuelan opposition. These are your world Headlines from ABC News. Leopoldo Lopez, a key opposition figure in Venezuelan politics, has fled the country of the weekend. Party, said his protege, the speaker of parliament. Guido, who the international community recognized as interim president, is now increasingly isolated. Afghan security forces have killed a senior Al Qaeda leader who was on the FBI's most wanted terrorists list. This month marks 19 years as the U. S. Invaded Afghanistan to topple Taliban militants who harbored Al Qaeda after the September 11 attacks. Lee Khan he, the chairman of Samson Group, has died at the age of 78. Mr. Lee helped grow some song from his father's small trading business into an Economic powerhouse in South Korea and one of the world's biggest tech firms. He was the richest person in South Korea, according to Forbes, the net worth of nearly $21 billion and hundreds of people demonstrated in the Taiwanese capital calling for China to release 12. Hong Kong people arrested at sea by mainland authorities this summer. Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk, London Let's get to the latest cove in 19 numbers First and Buckeye State 2309 new cases yesterday with zero debts, raising the confirmed cases. Count to 186,706, Kentucky a tough week their toughest week yet I should say in the fight against the Corona virus or from seven hundred's Paul Miles The state set a new record for the highest number of new Corona virus cases in a week more than 9300 that includes more than 1700 cases on Saturday that most reported in a single day during the pandemic. Governor Beshear. We've got to do better. And on Monday we'll be talking about new recommendations to counties that are in the red. We've gotta tamped down These cases. 1407 Kentucky ins have died from Kobe related illnesses. 841 remain hospitalized. Use radio 700.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

"S regulations. People working there not qualified. And it's no place for Hilton describes her experience when she was sent to the facility as a team, So I was at the school, I saw kids be sexually abused, verbally abused emotionally. Every single day was torture there. The institution is now under new ownership in the administration said it can't comment. Todd at ABC News. This is call Manu Saturday a ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan comes into effect. These are your world headlines from ABC News after two weeks of fighting a temporary truce, although both sides accuse the other of violations an hour after it came into effect. The truth came after 10 hours of talks in Moscow, with both sides around 300 people have died and thousands displaced since violence broke out in September. Spain has imposed a 15 day state of emergency in the capital, Madrid to address a spiraling rides in cave in 19 cases, restaurants, offices and hotels are limited to 50% capacity with evening curfews, and they're more than six people can gather. Russian police have detained at least 25 people. An antigovernment protests in the Far East demonstrations in the city of Cabarrus Kevin roiling for three months against Putin's handling of a regional crisis. And more than 350. Scientists and conservationists from 40 countries have signed a letter calling for international cooperation to save whales and dolphins from extinction. More than half of all species are said to be on a knife edge. Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk, London 6 49 Here in Seattle Friday, October 9th would been the late John Lennon his 80th birthday. Lenin's first solo single.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

"With overnight temperatures in the fifties heist tomorrow in the sixties meteorologist Abby A County to come a Weather center. Chairman and CEO of Pfizer says he expects to know whether his company's Corona virus vaccine is effective by next month. We have quite the good sounds more than 60%, but we will know if the product works or not, by the end of on CBS's face the nation, Albert Birla also addressed getting the vaccine out to the American people if and when it's approved by federal authorities. Earless says the government will likely work with visor on distributing the vaccine. Birla was one of multiple CEOs who signed to safety pledge last week as they work on a vaccine. Peace talks underway in Doha. These are your world Headlines from ABC News The Afghan government has called for a cease fire with the Taliban is talks begin in the Qatari capital of Doha. Tus encouraged both sides saying the whole world wants you to succeed. More than 150,000 candidates and Russia are battling for seats and local parliaments in dozens of elections today, seen as a critical test for Putin, supporters of the opposition leader Alexei Navalny. He was full and ill after a suspected poisoning have edge Russians to vote against Putin's United Russia party. Dozens of migrants rescued from a Danish tank in the Mediterranean have finally been allowed to land in Italy. After spending more than 40 days at sea. The ship was denied permission to dock for more than a month. And Greece has announced a large arms purchase amid rising tensions with neighboring Turkey. Both countries have rival claims of a maritime rights and gas reserves in the Mediterranean. Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk in London..

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Italy yesterday the epicenter of the European pandemic now other nations are suffering here's ABC's Julia McFarlane with the update in Spain the death toll climbing the total to more than seventeen hundred the national lockdown extending for another month Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel now getting into quarantine after finding out her doctor tested positive the country is now banning outdoor meetings of more than two unless it is for central work and police and power is out in force checking people's papers making sure they need to be out in public India expands its virus containment measures halting its lifeblood train network and now the federal government is warning of strict legal action for those who don't follow the rules the prime minister of India tweeting please save yourself save your family calling on states to follow preventative measures to contain the spread of the virus India right now is at least four hundred and fifteen active cases of infection many linked to foreign travel covert nineteen is impacting the prison population let's get right to WBZ's Madison Rogers with more on this good morning good morning Laurie all visits to state correctional facilities are now off to DO see taking precautions after the first confirmed case of covert nineteen at a Massachusetts jail the prisoners tested positive as a man serving life for the Massachusetts treatment center in Bridgewater he did have a cell mate who's now been quarantined as well any corrections officer who worked at M. T. C. is ordered to refrain from working at any facility until further notice several DJs in Massachusetts now reviewing requests for release with the aim of freeing inmates who are non violent offenders and particularly vulnerable to the virus jails across the country have moved to release some inmates as a perk coronavirus precaution messages that senator Elizabeth Warren and representative out of Presley sent an open letter to the president calling for similar action to be taken at federal prisons back to you all right and a related story Madison at a New York prison we've learned that Harvey Weinstein has tested positive for covert nineteen he's been placed in isolation course the former movie producer is serving a twenty three year sentence after being convicted of sexual assault and rape commercial labs will get guidance from the department of health and Human Services later today that they should prioritize inpatient testing here's more US president pence of Sunday's White House briefing we are urging all commercial labs to prioritize in patient testing we want people that have been checked into a hospital they are being treated for what they suspect to be corona virus to receive those tests more quickly pence says more test kits are being distributed Germany is currently testing one hundred sixty thousand people per week the U. S. has tested fewer than two hundred fifty thousand people over two months chucks Iverson ABC news medical staff said hospitals everywhere continue to be under an incredible amount of stress ABC's Adrienne banker it is in New York City which has been hard hit by corona virus inside hospitals there's growing concern it's a scary time to be a doctor in America and especially in New York Dr Cornelia Griggs a mother of two is a pediatric surgeon who works with corona virus patients at Columbia University Medical Center she said she's worried the hospital could run out of masks eye protection and gloves her message on Twitter don't make us worse in our two toddlers its course need to feel like I have to live apart from my children in order to protect them and back breaks my heart Texas governor Greg Abbott says he'll be taking extra measures to help combat corona virus in his days the National Guard this week is going to be deployed to help local hospitals and local health care authorities respond to these challenges I will provide the National Guard for their needs they express Abbott says the guard will help with things like monitoring drive through testing sites the governor of Texas also signed an executive order postponing non elective surgeries in Hawaii the corona virus a mechanical problems forced a cruise ship to dock in Honolulu's harbor cutting its trip short the Norwegian jul caring roughly two thousand passengers was supposed to be sailing around Australia in French Polynesia but many ports were closed because of the pandemic the ship will be repaired in Hawaii the passengers will be flown out of Honolulu today and tomorrow heading to the grocery store today it is packed WBZ's Carl Stevens tells of the pandemic is shining a new light on food delivery services family dinner of food delivery service was started in twenty seventeen out of Somerville yet that we could bring a whole local food directly to people come in just a couple years Erin bomb Gardner and her husband have grown the business and now during this pandemic she says they're able to fill the gap for nervous families all their cooking more and they're looking to understand where their food comes from and feel confident about what they're putting on their plate and family that are it able to get on that continent and bring them Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news.

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U.S. says 34 troops diagnosed with traumatic brain injury after Iran strike

News, Traffic and Weather

01:09 min | 1 year ago

U.S. says 34 troops diagnosed with traumatic brain injury after Iran strike

"The Pentagon now reports more U. S. servicemembers suffering from traumatic brain injuries after the airstrike carried out by a wrong ABC's Julia McFarlane at the foreign desk in London with the update the announcement contradicts initial statements from the Pentagon that no Americans will harm to the attacks early this month now we know thirty four service members suffer traumatic brain injury related to the January eight attack when around five missiles into the other side have a seat in a wrong now hall for the injured have returned to what the remaining seventeen service members have been flown to Germany and the US for further treatment the updated figure is more than three times the reported number when the Pentagon acknowledged that eleven service members was suspected of having concussion related injury reacting to the news while doubles for the World Economic Forum president trump said that he had they had headaches I can report it is not very serious adding that he did not consider the injuries as severe as those suffered by troops hit by roadside bombs in a rock a lot of press conference pensions chief spokesman said the symptoms worsen with concussions adding that some had worsened

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"In Hong Kong Sunday in riot gear firing tear gas to clear streets a new report just out in the past hour about video posted online in Hong Kong showing a police officer grabbing one protester in shooting another as demonstrators blocked subway lines and roads during the Monday morning commute the officer fires again as a third protester approaches this update police say one protester was wounded and is undergoing surgery Iran's discovered another big oil field in the southern part of that nation's as Iran's president Rouhani but U. S. sanctions make it hard to impossible to sell overseas Iran has just begun pouring concrete for a second nuclear reactor at a key new power plant is A. B. C.'s Julia McFarlane in London Ron's deal with Russia for nuclear power project at the push of her palms goes all the way back to the early nineties the plans were put on hold when I run into the into the nuclear deal with the U. S. on western powers in twenty fifteen since the U. S. pulled out of the deal last year round Europeans have been unable to help her on Seles or elsewhere Ronnie's have been reneging on certain commitments in the deal blaming the other parties for not keeping their end of the bargain the impeachment inquiry into president trump is Ukraine phone call begin public hearings Wednesday to be broadcast widely ABCS Terry Moran after a few weeks of the intelligence committee will handed off to the Judiciary Committee they'll decide if it amounts to impeachable offenses they'll draft articles of impeachment basically the indictment and send it to the house floor for a vote so this is on a fast track and it starts launching this week president trump will confront turkeys leader about his decision to buy Russian air defense system when they meet this week at the White House amid strained relations between the two NATO allies that from the president's national.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mother Nicole Caine says they did find some of her belongings in her car which was found at the intersection of magnolia and sure would drives in Crown Point a honest to god in my heart do the car wasn't even pulled over it was stopped at the stop sign she was a half a mile from home like she was supposed to be she could be with twenty two year old Alexander Corey fish torn her family has a protective order against him for stalking a bomb went through a wedding in Afghanistan's capital of Kabul killing sixty three people and injuring nearly two hundred more among the victims women and children ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan has claimed responsibility for the attack eighteen here is ABC's Julia McFarlane with an update this comes as the US and the Taliban have just concluded the eighth round of peace talks to end the Afghan war now in its eighteenth year on Friday president trump held a high level meeting with his Afghan envoy along with top security stuff at his golf club in Bedminster he said that both sides want to deal to end the war to limit fallen ABC news London tens of thousands of people are marching from a park in central Hong Kong for what organizers hope will be a peaceful demonstration for democracy this follows recent recent fighting with police organizer Bonnie long says they hope they can show the world that Hong Kong can be totally peaceful they are demanding more democracy and human rights Chicago police are looking for the driver of a jeep grand Cherokee that hit two women and drove off in the Bridgeport neighborhood last night one woman was seriously injured police say the vehicle has severe damage on the driver's side and the driver side front window is covered in clear plastic and illinois' newest specialty license plate will be raising money to fight pediatric cancer the plates will also find cancer.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Armed man burst into a mosque in a suburb of Oslo over the weekend here's ABC Julia McFarlane Hubbard Rafiq was a member of the congregation he was in his seventies when the government broken to the mosque he ran towards him and he jumped on him and he managed to overpower him and to shake the pistol from his hands police say that there is no doubt that his swift on five response save lives that he stopped the aggressive and prevented further casualties that mine is now being hailed as a hero officials in Norway say they received vague tips about a suspected mas gunmen a year ago but no concrete plans quite a shock for staffers at little sprouts daycare in Peabody they found a loaded gun in a child's backpack the safety was on the gun is owned by the child's father who dropped off a child that morning the man has a license for the gun but is expected to face charges an inmate who escaped from a prison in Tennessee Wednesday has been captured a couple in the town of Henning saw Curtis Watson taking drinks out of there outdoor refrigerator after authorities arrived on scene he surrendered and the nearby so a field Watson save faces several new charges including first degree murder in the death of a present administrator doctors in one southern state are touting the benefits of getting outdoors say parts of Tennessee are teaming up with doctors to get people to appreciate the health benefits of all tore exercise and activities time outside it's been proven as a treatment for health for anything from chronic diseases to a lot of the physical elements to mental health Tennessee state parks have a new app that allows people to accumulate points from physical activity the points can be used for free camping and cabin rental at Tennessee's fifty six state parks Jim chrysalis CBS news for communities across a bad way S. flooding is becoming the.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC news. I'm Dave Packer to tankers near the strait of removes and the Persian Gulf were attacked this week and the United States as video. It says, proves Iran is to blame. ABC news chief global affairs anchor Martha Raddatz says allies of our country are not entirely convinced yet. President Trump told Fox News, in a phone interview today, that evidence proves Iran was behind the attacks, Iran. Did do it. I guess one of the mines didn't explode, and it's probably got essentially Iran written all over it. And that was vote, and they didn't want the evidence left behind, but the US has not yet publicly released any evidence showing Iran placed the minds on the tankers. The German Foreign Minister today, saying the video is not sufficient proof. Iran is to blame in California, chaos erupted inside a Costco store in corona as gunman opened fire killing one man, and injuring two others last night, the alleged shooter now in police custody. Witnesses say customers started running. For their lives, but found locked doors, which only added to the panic. Investigators say the shooting stemmed from an argument inside the store. Amanda Knox's returned to Italy. That's sixty where she spent nearly four years in prison for murder conviction. That was eventually overturned twice this week. She spoke at the Italy innocence project in the northern city of Medina in a panel discussion on the media's impact on trials ABC's. Julia McFarlane has more this morning. Unemotional Amanda, Knox back in the spotlight. And speaking in the talian in a discussion on the media's impact on trials. Her mother sitting in the very front row, the thirty one year old describing what she went through and the sensational coverage of the case in France..

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 Myanmar passenger jet lands safely after landing gear fails

KOA Q and A with Ed Greene

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Myanmar passenger jet lands safely after landing gear fails

"A narrow escape Saturday after passengers and crew evacuated and mar airlines jet after an emergency landing ABC's. Julia McFarlane has more from London me on national airlines jet was forced to land without its front wheels. Scorching the runway Tomek inside the cabin the crew coaling everyone to get off the plane passages scrambling to escape the plane's landing gear malfunctioned, according to a statement from the line the pilot suckled at traffic control twice to check if its London had deployed before activating emergency procedures. None of the eighty nine people on board

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Weather PJ, Sacramento, key, HD, two Sacramento and can't be KFI. AM Pollock pines. From ABC news. I'm Dave Packer measles cases in the US now in a twenty five year, high and this morning more than a thousand students and staff at to Los Angeles. Universities UCLA, Cal State LA ebbing told to stay home unless they can prove they were vaccinated if they can't Dr barber Farrar director, Los Angeles County department of public health, telling them remain at home or an designated setting and not to attend school or work outside of that designated setting now breaking news this morning from the National Rifle Association convention in Indianapolis, Oliver North says he will not serve a second term as president of the NRA. There have been reports of a power struggle between north and chief executive Wayne LOP here just yesterday, President Trump they're telling NRA members that he will not ratify a human rights treaty. That's intended to keep weapons away from human rights violators administration. We will never surrender American sovereignty to any. Now overseas with the number of arrests in the Sri Lankan bombings now topping seventy people surveillance video showing people and continuing to eight investigators ABC's. Julia McFarlane has more from London surveillance images of the suspected bomas industry Lanka moments before the Easter attacks that left hundreds dead at several churches in luxury hotels than shocking images, the aftermath of an explosion at one of the luxury hotels that was targeted phys running high in Sri Lanka that could be more attacks. A military raid to home linked to the suicide bombings turning deadly Friday at least fifteen people killed including several children, the family of that little boy who was thrown from the third floor balcony at the mall of America two weeks ago says he's no longer in critical condition, and is now alert and conscious five-year-old land and still facing multiple surgeries and rehab, but they hope will be able to go home by June. You're listening to ABC news Sacramento's number one for breaking news, traffic, and weather. I.

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Errors Raise Questions About Sri Lankan Response to Bombing

Online Trading Academy

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Errors Raise Questions About Sri Lankan Response to Bombing

"Now overseas with the number of arrests in the Sri Lankan bombings now topping seventy people surveillance video showing people and continuing to eight investigators ABC's. Julia McFarlane has more from London surveillance images of the suspected bomas industry Lanka moments before the Easter attacks that left hundreds dead at several churches in luxury hotels than shocking images, the aftermath of an explosion at one of the luxury hotels that was targeted phys running high in Sri Lanka that could be more attacks. A military raid to home linked to the suicide bombings turning deadly Friday at least fifteen people killed including several

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the heroes of the civil rights movement has passed away linda brown the center of nine nineteen fifty four us supreme court ruling brown versus board of education that struck down racial segregation in schools in the us has died brown was seventy six italian authorities are on high alert after their embassy in tunisia received an anonymous letter about a potential terror attack in rome abc's julia mcfarlane has more on the story as she spoke komo's tom hutler julia thanks for this sounds very intense for tell us how we got here and what's going on now thanks so yes so italian authorities basically received by the embassy in tunis the capital of tunisia that warned about that unity and mine called at less matt lucy now the mining question he is actually in tunisia so it transpires he's no longer sought to be in italy and so they have stood down the side and he is actually being speaking to authorities in tunis he's done interviews and he says that he he sounds outraged he's gay he's threatening to see anyone who has accused him of being a terrorist so the story has ended up being somewhat of a false alarm as far as we know but what we do what we what we can draw from this is that is that europe and italy is feeling skittish at the moment on a heightened state of alert and watching out for any possible terrorist threats imagine that was especially heightened yesterday being palm sunday with so many worshipers in rome security is going to be a stepped up during not week not just because of the importance of headley week for the christian calendar but say because that will be thousands and thousands of tourists and pilgrims flocking to italy flocking to rome and rome itself has been specified target of islamic state they have they've frequently said in that propaganda that they are going to invade rome invade the the capital of christendom and of course people are feeling a little on edge following the attack in france on friday so security is stepped up across his leave also just because of the residual tariffs across europe many countries remain on high alert you mentioned the attack in france that killed four people the gunman pledging allegiance to isis so there's obviously does have to lead to more security measures being taken and they're reviewing those plans today correct.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on KOMO

"Is at the editor's desk nice to have witnesses we take a look at some of our top stories president trump has fired secretary of state rex tillerson via twitter and picked cia director mike pompeo to shift from america's spy chief to its top diplomat set of biracial twins are stunning the scientific community where their one in a million genetic makeup abc's julia mcfarlane has the store meet mafia and millie big star eleven year old fraternal twins who have different skin colors that addis black and then mom is white and she lovingly calls them how one in a million miracle lester beautiful door mosse has pale skin big blue eyes and dirty blond hair milly has a darker complexion with brown eyes and jet black hair nice because people can't tell you that you within the content because you're not you're like kind of now they're on the april cover of national geographics issue on race something beyond their wildest dreams wow then not even teenagers yet but these twins often mistaken for friends are not defined by the color of their skin i think is a negative thing because sometimes it can have she by your by actress if it's going to be nice committing go ahead like if people say to the book spice people by their looks could there could be some church different on the inside but some mossy and millie the global attention today unique genetics bypasses what matters to them most that they are two sisters two best friends he just loved to have fun together and the message they want to put out to the world it's best to celebrate the skin that you're in from other people because you can just be yourself quite a story that's abc's julia macfarlane reporting united airlines is apologizing after a flight attendant told a woman to put her family's dog in the overhead compartment at the end of the three hour flight from houston to new york the dog was dead the passenger had to carry the animal's corpse off the plane abc news aviation contributor john nance tells us this is not the way things are supposed to be done it all my years of flying i have never heard of a flight it's on an asking are forcing somebody to put an animal on.

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"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"julia mcfarlane" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A f f i x chicago the forecast from the wgn chicago weather center mostly sunny today high near fifty three pretty much the same thing on sunday getting up to fifty six sunday night into monday we've got a slight chance for scattered showers temperatures monday in the low 60s right now thirty six at o'hare and i task of 37 at midway forty one long lakefront lake michigan water temperature forty three wins of the south three i'm rush battery shen the wgn news from rated join the conversation whenever story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn in the mood into him rebel with you here on seven twenty wgn good morning everybody if you're just getting up in joining us it's a pretty chilly day here in chicago some of the warmer weather from this week i don't believe will be around much this weekend right roger tell you that bad though uh after tuesday afternoon it drops down we got a chance for some white flurries over the next several days has no real snow in the forecast at out ruling right non nothing nothing that you need to get out the shovel deal with all right well something that is uh so there'd been a lotta just craziness in in america over the last well let's face it year but especially this week we've got indictments we've got guilty pleas we've got tax bills getting past it like two in the morning eastern time we've guy matt lauer we've got a lot of craziness going on there is no doubt about it so one thing they kind of got overshadowed it's a softer story but it's still a fun story in one that's certainly captures the attention of the whole world when it happens there is a royal engagement in britain joining us on the phone is our old friend julia mcfarlane from the bbc hey julie how are you this morning give money to good thank you so much for being with us usually we're talking about such serious stuff and i don't know maybe undo consider the serious for us it's a lot of fun prince harry finally got engaged to an american meghann markel this is going to help soften our relations i think julia well let me say that my because unmanned when the announcement was made it was the.

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