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"karin travers" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"November 16. Was new, some 8 15. While we learned today that the first person Rudy Giuliani, the president's lawyer, called as a witness, two alleged shenanigans and familiar in Philly was Darryl Brooks, a sex offender who for years has been a perennial candidate in New Jersey. Brooks was at that press conference at four seasons total landscaping, saying It's a shame This is a democracy. They didn't allow us to see anything was a corrupt or not. Quoting him there. Brooke says he was a GOP poll watcher Trenton political insiders wants with the amusements. As Brooks took the podium today, he was jailed in the 19 nineties on charges of sexual assault lewdness and endangering the welfare of a minor. As for allegedly exposing himself to little girls, by the way, Giuliani says he was unaware of Brooke's criminal record. But insist done matter, and it doesn't discount Giuliani's unfounded claims of widespread election fraud. Pink slips have started. Meantime, out of Washington, the first casualty of a post trump reelection meltdown is the head of defense who disagreed with the president over how to handle the summer of protest. Karin Travers tonight President Trump announced on Twitter that he fired his defense secretary, writing quote Mark as for has been terminated, I would like to thank him for his service, the president says. Christopher Miller, the director of the National Counter Terrorism Center, will now serve as acting defense secretary back in June. Esper disagreed with the president on the issue of calling up Of duty US troops to deploy two American cities to quell unrest. The president wanted to do that, Esper said. That should only happen as a last resort in the most urgent and dire of situations moved to fire. Esper could be seen as unsettling for the Pentagon as well as our allies and partners. Losing presidents usually keep their Pentagon chiefs in place until inauguration day to preserve stability in the name of national security. We all saw this coming. The handgun used by the late Sean Connery in the very first James Bond film is the star attraction, and it's not a big Hollywood auction next month. I admire your luck. Mr Bond, James.

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Trump says he's fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Trump says he's fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper

"The first casualty of a post trump reelection meltdown is the head of defense who disagreed with the president over how to handle the summer of protest. Karin Travers tonight President Trump announced on Twitter that he fired his defense secretary, writing quote Mark as for has been terminated, I would like to thank him for his service, the president says. Christopher Miller, the director of the National Counter Terrorism Center, will now serve as acting defense secretary back in June. Esper disagreed with the president on the issue of calling up Of duty US troops to deploy two American cities to quell unrest. The president wanted to do that, Esper said. That should only happen as a last resort in the most urgent and dire of situations moved to fire. Esper could be

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"karin travers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Anti trump protesters during yesterday's event. Early voting is underway in many states with record turnout already, and he was saying they're getting a den now, So there's no questions later, with more now on this year's election, and President Trump Here's voter Patricia Green, we are one America and we should all be treated. Like you promised, because we voted for you. I did not vote for him. But for those who voted for him the first time to me, he owes a commitment to them as well. In Massachusetts, Secretary of State Bill Galvin says 550,000 ballots are already in either by mail or early voting. Early voting began Saturday and will continue until October. 30th And it was a big success at Fenway Park More than 4000. Boston residents there this weekend. They're chosen voting location, and President Trump is out on the campaign trail today, rallying supporters in Arizona. Let's go to Karin Travers, whose on the campaign trail President Trump's campaign continues to implement belt tightening measures, including cutting back on TV spending in critical battleground states. With just 15 days until Election Day, sources tell ABC The Trump campaign is increasingly worried. Residents. Chances of winning North Carolina have all but evaporated. That's a state team trump heavily invested in and views as essential for the president's path to victory. Sources say it was viewed as quote super safe as recently as just a few weeks ago. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington And taking a bit of a break from the campaign trail today, Joe Biden, But once he returns, he will continue campaigning in states that he is hoping to flip this election season. Here. CBS's Nancy Chin, former vice president Biden spoke to supporters yesterday in North Carolina, a state that voted for him and President Obama in 2008. But when Republican the past two elections at the rally, Biden criticized the president's Koven response. This guy's gone around the bend if he thinks we turned the corner Turn a corner. Did you get the worse? The two candidates face off in their final presidential debate this Thursday..

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"karin travers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Getting treatment for covert 19 and Walter Reed Medical Center since Friday, but yesterday Feeling well enough to briefly leave the hospital to drive past supporters gathered outside and wave, a move that is drawing some criticism from those concerned about the safety of the other people in the car with him. Despite a brief motorcade trip to wave to his supporters outside the hospital yesterday, President Trump is still patient Trump this morning beginning his fourth day at Walter Reed Medical Center for Treatment of Covert. 19, the president's doctor said Sunday. He was responding well to his treatment, a five day course of rum, death severe and a steroid. His medical team signaled he may be able to head back to the White House as early as today. But there was a Siri's of contradictory statements from the president's doctors and his senior White House staff, raising questions about the credibility of the information being provided about the president's health. Karin Travers, ABC NEWS Washington White House press secretary Keelin McKinney. And he says flatly that the public shouldn't expect to know everything about President Trump's Corona virus precautions not going to give you a detailed readout with time stamps of every time the president's tested in a series of tweets in all caps. Earning the president is urging Americans to register to vote and to support his policies on corporate deregulation, religious liberty, gun rights and military spending. Jim Ryan, ABC. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health Traffic Center. You see, health would like to remind you of the importance of annual flu shots. Have you received yours? Working together? We've built a healthier community eastbound 70 for his rampant North 75. We have. Ah, look what appears to be an accident. They're the right land really slow. Look for a time they were not letting anyone on North 75. I am seeing a few cars sneak through there, so it looks like you can still access the ramp of the big time. Back up Kim and inbound on 74. You're approaching 75 might want to get off a cold rain try to avoid that mass but pretty good back of building west to 75 outwards corner. There's still blocking the right lane. Just stay over to the left. Once you get past that it's really not much of an issue. And 75 north bound in Kentucky, Still in good shape as you make your way north of Dixie Highway to the bridge, Jason Erhard on news radio 700 wlw. Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Not a bad way to kick off this workweek. The sky mostly sunny. The temperature is about 63 in the winds coming in lightly from the north. Tonight, though, it's still on the cold side down. 43 clear no wind issues. Within tomorrow the wind will shift to the Southwest, and it brings back some more of the warmth to the high increases to 70 and the sky stays. Mostly sunny from your severe weather station. I'm nine first morning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 wlw 49 degrees. Right now. Election day coming up Fast and today is the last day for Ohio winds to register to vote. You could do that online of the secretary of state's website until midnight or in person at any board of elections until nine o'clock. Early. Voting begins tomorrow We have election month in Ohio, and it all begins tomorrow morning at 8 A.m. 216 hours of voting in Ohio that makes Ohio one of the clear leaders in the nation. I think there's only five states that offer more early voting them..

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"karin travers" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on KGO 810

"Life Election 2020 from ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis questions on the timeline of President Trump's Corona virus, illness and his need for supplemental oxygen before he finally went to the hospital President Trump Tweeted just before one AM Friday that he was positive for Kobe 19. But today, his position, Dr Sean Conley said. Mr Trump is 72 hours into the diagnosis now, and a second physician, Dr Brian Garibaldi, said this about 48. Hours ago, the president received a special antibody therapy directed against the Corona virus. The White House now trying to clear up that timeline, saying Dr Conley men it's Day three. Not 72 hours that the diagnosis was made Thursday night and that the antibody treatment was given that night, not Thursday morning. Karin Travers, ABC News Washington Indications are the president. The first lady and a long list of others connected to the White House contracted the virus from last night. Today's rules Garden ceremony announcing Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is the president's Supreme Court nominee. Few people wore masks in the tightly packed crowd as Faras. The race for 2020 goes, the Trump campaign is moving forward. Despite the president's Cove in 19 diagnosis and his hospital stay. We're going to be fanning out across the country. Starting with virtual events in the full a day and then expanding in person events After the vice presidential debate on Wednesday, audio of Vice President Mike Pence there during a call with campaign workers, courtesy of the Lincoln Project. Meantime, Democrat Joe Biden is also on the campaign trail, holding a virtual town hall Saturday with transit union members in Delaware, touting the importance of wearing a mask and highlighting how the Trump administration Is handled the pandemic in the administration was told You know? That there's 1000 people a day die in a cove. It Response was, it is what it is. This was yes. It is it is because they're who they are by him, saying he was struggling with trying not to criticize the president as he deals with his Corona virus illness. You're listening to ABC News. Are you experiencing financial hardship and finding yourself Owing the.

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"karin travers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He said. Mr Trump is 72 hours into the diagnosis now and a second physician, Dr Brian Garibaldi, said this about 48. Hours ago, the president received a special antibody therapy directed against the Corona virus. The White House now trying to clear up that timeline, saying Dr Conley men it's Day three. Not 72 hours that the diagnosis was made Thursday night and that the antibody treatment was given that night, not Thursday morning. Karin Travers, ABC News Washington Indications are the president, the first lady and a long list of others connected to the White House contract. To the virus from last Saturday's rules Garden ceremony announcing Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is the president's Supreme Court nominee. Few people wore masks in the tightly packed crowd. As far as the race for 2020 goes, the Trump campaign is moving forward. Despite the president's covert 19 diagnosis and his hospital stay. We're going to be fanning out across the country, starting with virtual events in the holidays. And then expanding in person events After the vice presidential debate on Wednesday, audio Vice President Mike Pence there during a call with campaign workers, courtesy of the Lincoln Project. Meantime, Democrats. Biden is also on the campaign trail, holding a virtual town hall Saturday with transit union members in Delaware, touting the importance of wearing a mask and highlighting how the Trump administration Is handled the pandemic in the administration was told You know? That there's 1000 people a day die in a cove. It Response was, it is what it is. This one? Yes. It is it is because they're who they are. Biden, saying he was struggling with trying not to criticize the president as he deals with his Corona virus illness. You're listening to ABC News, 277 CV and Jamil. One from the Annex Wealth Management studio is he was radio W. T. M. J. You.

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"karin travers" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:09 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"News. I'm Derek Dennis questions on the timeline of President Trump's Corona virus, illness and his need for supplemental oxygen before he finally went to the hospital President Trump Tweeted just before one AM Friday that he was positive for Kobe 19. But today, his physician, Dr Sean Conley, said Mr Trump is 72 hours into the diagnosis now, and a second physician, Dr Brian Garibaldi, said this about 48 hours ago, the president received A special antibody therapy directed against the Corona virus. The White House now trying to clear up that timeline, saying Dr Conley men it's Day three, not 72 hours that the diagnosis was made Thursday night and that the antibody treatment was given that night, not Thursday morning. Karin Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Indications are the president. The first lady and a long list of others connected to the White House contracted the virus from last Saturday's rules Garden ceremony announcing Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is the president's Supreme Court nominee. Few people wore masks in the tightly packed crowd as faras. The race for 2020 goes, the Trump campaign is moving forward. Despite the president's cove in 19 diagnosis and his hospital stay. We're going to be fanning out across the country. Starting with virtual events in the holidays and then expanding to in person events. After the vice presidential debate on Wednesday, audio of Vice President Mike Pence there during a call with campaign workers, courtesy of the Lincoln Project. Meantime, Democrats will Biden is also on the campaign trail, holding a virtual town hall Saturday with transit union members in Delaware, touting the importance of wearing a mask and highlighting how the Trump administration Is handled the pandemic in the administration was told You know that, Uh there's 1000 people a day die in a cove. It Response was, it is what it is. This was yes. It is it is because they're who they are. I'm saying he was struggling with trying not to criticize the president as he deals with his Corona virus illness. You're listening to ABC News. Are you experiencing financial hardship and finding yourself Owing the IRS back taxes, the professionals and Allied tax relief can relieve you from Iris Collection's most importantly, negotiating your tax debt, especially during.

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"karin travers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Reed Army Medical Center in Washington just didn't want to stay in the White House. I was given that also to stay in the White House. Lock yourself in. Don't ever leave. Don't even go to the Oval Office. Just stay upstairs and enjoy it. Don't see. People don't talk to people and just be done with it, and I can't do that. But there are questions over the time line of Trump's illness and his need for supplemental oxygen before he finally went to the hospital President Trump Tweeted just before one AM Friday that he was positive for Kobe 19. But today, his physician, Dr Sean Conley, said Mr Trump is 72 hours into the diagnosis now in the second physician, Dr Brian Garibaldi said this about 48 hours ago, the president received A special antibody therapy directed against the Corona virus. The White House now trying to clear up that timeline, saying Dr Conley meant it's Day three. Not 72 hours that the diagnosis was made Thursday night and that the antibody treatment was given that night, not Thursday morning. Karin Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Indications are the president. The first lady and a long list of other is connected to the White House contracted the virus from last Saturday's Rose Garden ceremony announcing judging Amy Cockney Barrett is the president's Supreme Court nominee. Few people were mass in the pact crime. Is whether that Rose Garden event where he announced Supreme Court pick ended up being a super spreader. Seven people we now know who were in attendance have since confirmed positive, including Kellyanne Conway. But in addition to that we've got two Republican senators Tom tell us and Mike Leigh, in addition were also saying the number of people in the president's inner circle grow, who have now tested positive. ABC Cecilia Vega some of the other names with Corona virus, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who was part of President Trump's debate prep. The president's body man, Nick Luna, who travels everywhere with the president, and separately, unrelated New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton confirming he's positive for covert 19. You're listening to ABC News. 22 77 CD and Beauty and Jamie from the Medics. Wealth management studio is he was ready. O W. T. M J paid voters This's day Doral from canned or Marine, and if you're a voter, and you haven't been here, ask around, and I think some of your voter buddies will tell you you're missing out because they can't or Marine. We have everything you need, but the water and when you get here, you'll know that's no exaggeration. So getting a No because voters in the know know exactly where to go. Kendo, Marine 57th and.

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"karin travers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on KOMO

"And what if vice president Mike Pants were not able to perform his duty? Then you're in the deep woods of the 25th Amendment. Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi is Next in line of succession. There would be a written declaration of the president and the vice president are unable to discharge their duties. Nancy listen, would resign and become acting president. That's ABC is Terry Moran reporting President Trump was around supporters immediately prior to the positive test results of his covert 19 exam. The president and senior White House staff new aide Hope Hicks had tested positive before they boarded Marine one and went ahead with the fundraiser Thursday night in New Jersey. There were about 100 supporters. Attendance. It was not immediately clear when the participants were made aware of President Trump's positive test, the governor of New Jersey said the contact tracing process is underway and he urged attendees to take full precautions at ABC. Aaron Carter Ski President Trump's visit to Florida is off after his positive Koven 19 test campaign rally and Stanford set for this evening or Excuse me, san furred set for this evening has been cancelled. People already started showing up when news of the president's positive test was announced. Joe Biden, reacting to the news that the president and first lady are positive for covert, 19 abiding, writes on Twitter that he and his wife, Jill, are sending their thoughts to President Trump and the first lady for a quote swift recovery from Coben 19 by then, adding quote, We will continue to pray for the health and safety of the president and his family by then squared off against President Trump At the first presidential debate on Tuesday in Cleveland, both candidates practice social distancing on stage, no handshakes. No mingling, sources say the former vice president will be tested for Coben 19. This morning. Karin Travers, ABC News Washington. Come on news time 9 59 49 coming up on 9 50. That means it's time for your propel insurance money Update. Here's Jennifer. Job creation slowed to 661,000 with 7.9% unemployment last month, suggesting labor market improvements from the Corona virus downturn are moderating as employers confronted prolonged period of uncertainty. Payroll gains added to the 11 million jobs were covered after 22 million were lost in March in April but also marked the first month since April that net hiring was below one million. Unemployment now in line with previous recessions and remains well above levels seen before the pandemic. Carnival Cruise Line is cancelling most US sailing through the end of the year, the latest sign the crew's industry's recovery from the pandemic could still be months away. The company is canceling sailings from all ports except it's home ports of Miami in Port Canaveral. Carnival Stress did still might not sell from those ports in November and December. That's your money now, and the Dow is shaking off some of its earlier losses at the moment, down about seven points as in P off 17 in the NASDAQ off 185. Maybe you've noticed.

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"karin travers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm excited for our parents and our families and our fans and Like I said, there's there's no more group on more excited for them than our players, So the plan is for an eight game season. Any player who tests positive for Coben 19 will have to sit out for at least 21 days before returning to the field. Other conferences have already been playing football amid the pandemic. Louisiana State University's head coach says most of the players on his team already caught Cove in 19, but I've gotten over it. Four players are still sidelined with the virus. The players that previously had cove it are doing fine and are eligible to play Alice, you plays its first game against Mississippi State on September 26. Western Illinois University has cancelled classes for the day after a shooting last night inside of Thompson Hall that left one student hurt. Police say the shooting was due to a roommate dispute. They're still looking for the gunman, interim director of the Office of Public Safety Derek Watts. Police have identified the suspect as freshman caviar, unpopular 18 years of age. He is considered armed and dangerous Search the suspect is underway. Populace is from Chicago. Authorities haven't released a condition of the shop student but say he's out of surgery. Former state Senator Terry Link pleaded guilty to a federal count of filing a false tax return, marking the latest conviction in a series of wide ranging investigations against Illinois political leaders. Link was charged in August with failing to report income on his 2016 tax return to the IRS link listed his income as $264,000 when in fact his income substantially exceeded that amount. That's according to the charge. He resigned from office last week. Resident, Trump took part in an ABC News Town hall with undecided voters in Pennsylvania last night. ABC is Karen Travers looks at how he framed Hiss case for a second term. The ABC News Town Hall in Philadelphia was a chance for President Trump to make his case to uncommitted voters and try and pick off some voters who are leaning toward Joe Biden. But the president focus heavily on what he has done since taking office and didn't frame his argument about what he will do if given four more years in the White House. President was asked by a voter what he would do differently if re elected to address what this voter said. Some people call unpresidential behavior. I'm fighting a lot of forces. Sometimes you don't have time to be. Totally as you would say, Presidential. You have to get things done. Karin Travers, ABC News Washington and now W. G and sports. Here's Dave. In it. The Big 10 is back in business. The conference announcing a football season beginning October 23rd 24th extending through mid December. The plan calls for daily testing of players and other on field personnel. The Bear's back at work today, practicing for Sunday's game of the Giants, White Sox host the Twins again going for seven straight pre game 6 35. W G N of the Cubs host Cleveland Dave Anet W G in sports..

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"karin travers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Santa Rosa Beach, Destin, hitting some of the worst of those wins and flash flooding trees and utility lines down through the region. Over half a million without power. Wildfires in the West continue to burn their smoke, creating a major health problems in the West. Dr Peter Hakeem says hospitals, they're still seeing an increase in patients with respiratory issues. It's difficult to tell at first who has Koven 19 and who has an irritant from the pollution President Trump face to face with undecided voters last night on ABC News Town Hall in Philadelphia president focus heavily on what he has done since taking office and didn't frame his argument about what he will do if given four more years in the White House. The president was asked by a voter what he would do differently if re elected to address what this voter said some people Call unpresidential behavior. I'm fighting a lot of forces. Sometimes you don't have time to be totally as you would say, Presidential. You have to get things done. Karin Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Newly released documents show an effort by police in Rochester, New York, to keep the death of a black man out of the public eye. Daniel Prue died one week after an encounter with police who placed a hood on his head and pinned him to the ground. The police chief has been fired and seven officers have been suspended. Taking a look at Wall Street. The Dow is up. 143 point The NASDAQ is down. 18. You're listening to ABC News, All right, We're coming up on news from your neighborhood in just a moment. But before that, we need to get you some traffic in 10 minutes and we'll start with Brian Nobles and see how that morning commute is looking looking pretty good right now. If you're on I 80 coming in from Roseville. Nine minutes there gets you to the camp Cities put another night on the cap city and.

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"karin travers" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WTVN

"W TV ad weather is powered by the basement doctor Sunshine L 62 at Ohio State. 64 your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W TV and after a controversial decision to postpone the big 10 football season due to the Corona virus pandemic Conference reverses course back on August 11th, the big 10 announced that ofall sports would be postponed in light of the covert 19 pandemic. But after much protest about the early decision to call off the seasons and much review of the cost for Big 10 schools not being able to generate revenue from football season's change has been made. The big tent college football season reportedly will kick off October 24th. This news follows a weekend where the big 10 met with several school presidents and chancellors and found the latest medical information adequate to allow a football season. Jared Max Fox New president Trump taking credit for that decision in a tweet this morning, Trump said, It's his quote, Great honor to have helped and quote Oh issue athletics director Jean Smith and University President Dr Christina Johnson now scheduled to speak this morning about that decision. Elsewhere, Hurricane Sally made landfall early this morning near Gulf Shores. Alabama packing 105 Mile an hour winds have moved. Onshore storms already blamed for hundreds of thousands of power outages, and there have been numerous reports of calls for rescue President Trump took part in an ABC News town hall with undecided voters in Pennsylvania last night. ABC is Karen Travers looks at how he framed his case for a second term. The ABC News Town Hall in Philadelphia was a chance for President Trump to make his case to uncommitted voters and try and pick off some voters who are leaning toward Joe Biden. But the president focused Billy on what he has done since taking office and didn't frame his argument about what he will do if given four more years in the White House. The president was asked by a voter what he would do differently if re elected to address with this voter said some people call unpresidential behavior. I'm fighting a lot of forces. Sometimes you don't have time to be. Totally as you would say, Presidential. You have to get things done. Karin Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Democrat presidential nominee, Joe Biden telling Hispanic voters they can help put America on a path forward this November. Today. It is no exaggeration to say that the future of the success of this country depends on Hispanics having opportunities and the tools they need to succeed during an event in Florida, he said. The Corona virus pandemic shined a light on the importance of Hispanic workers on the front lines, he added. It's time to pay them and treat them with dignity. Former VP Elsa ripped President Trump for repeatedly failing the Hispanic community going to the movies during the pandemic, a different experience than before. John Fithian, president,.

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"karin travers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:11 min | 5 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Today at two o'clock and we're going to cover that red Spaceballs scheduled today doubleheader first pitch about 505 and action get started about 405 and I want to share with you a tweet that I put out last night. Relative, Teo the situation with Jacob Blake. Get your reaction to it. And by the way at Willie 700 wlw, and this is what I said. The facts matter, Wisconsin attorney General a Democrat said tonight which was last night about 7 P.m. about a woman called 911 to report that Jacob Blake Was violating a protective order by being around her. Has to in uniformed police officers arrived, Blake said He had a knife in his car. He resisted arrest, fought with the police officers. A cz. You know, on the ground, he was tased without effect. I continue my tweet. Blake, then walk towards the car, ignoring orders to stop As he arrived at the car Blake reached in Police then discharged seven rounds and the Blakes back. Police found the knife. On the driver's side floor that officer Chesky Commit a crime unquote. And when you think about what's happened The facts are still being developed there always premature issued judgments instinctively, a large chunk of the American people want to believe the cop is a murderer. Irrespective of what happened, and a large chunk of the American people want to support the police officer until other information is given. I'm in the latter category. Not the first I instinctively want to say I want to know I support the police and let's see what happens every now and then. On the millions of contacts every day. There's going to be individual police officers who screw up commit crime. That is absolutely true. I do not believe That there is systemic racism in big city police departments controlled by Democrats for the past 50 to 100 years. In almost every circumstance, whoever it might be. Can you give me a circumstance? Where Ah, the so called criminal. Completely complied with the police. It was nonetheless shot. Completely complied. I did everything they said to do. And nonetheless they were killed. There may be an argument about Briana Taylor, but she was in bed asleep with her boyfriend. A knock on the door. The police say in Louisville that they said Wait. We have a warrant. Police police. I don't know if around a Taylor and her boyfriend heard it. I don't know what they heard. The boyfriend said. I didn't hear that and I have no reason to dispute that. But at some point the first shot that was fired in Louisville was from the boyfriend who shot a police officer and the police thought it was some sort of drug den. And so they responded, unfortunately, sadly killing Brown and Taylor. But can you think of a case? Certainly not George void. Certainly not Jacob Blake, in which the future person to be shot or killed. Completely complied with the police and was killed. Nonetheless, almost 99% of these cases involve circumstances where the police are telling. The person to comply to do something. Stop what you're doing. Don't reach for the knife. Don't reach for the gun. And there were and they were killed because of a lack of quick judgment or because the place they're told to do that. And Jacob Lakes case. He had a worn out for his arrest for the sexual assault of a 16 year old who was the daughter of the woman who dialed 911 to say he's here? There's a protective order and two cops show up with Jacob Blake. And I don't know the facts about who did they run his record? Did they know who they were dealing with? But they had reason to believe that Jacob Blake had a temporary protective order. That had been filed against him from the woman, the mother of the 16 year old that allegedly Jacob Blake and sexually assaulted before July 6th of this year and there was an active felony a worn out for Jacob Blake. And so then the wrestling begins on the grass. He was tased. He told the police. He had a weapon had a knife that was in the car, and he's walking toward the car. Opens the door and reaches in and is then shot. Hey, give me a circumstance where The future. Deceived in the person that was shot completely complied with the police, and the place was shot him anyway. 513749 7000 coming up next to Steven Cortez from the Trump campaign about tonight's activities on news radio. 700 WLW Cincinnati This is the final night of the Republican National Convention. I'm Matt Reese breaking now President Trump expected to accept his party's nomination tonight. For a second term in office. The Republican National Convention comes to a close later this evening. For one night at the White House. Things may almost looked normal like there isn't a Corona virus pandemic 1500 guests are expected on the South Lawn tonight when President Trump accepts the Republican nomination. Supporters are asked to wear face coverings when they arrive and in security screening areas, but masks are not required. The RNC is encouraging attendees tonight to practice social distancing whenever possible. Karin Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Earlier today, the president was asked about the police shooting and subsequent rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. President Trump praised the job done last night by the National Guard in Kenosha, Wisconsin, saying things when smoothly. The president also saying he could give more force if necessary. But notably, he did not answer questions about the Jacob Blake video video,.

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"karin travers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"If you'd like to hear the ballgame, please tune into 700 wlw, the home of the Cincinnati Ray final night of the Republican National Convention. I'm Matt Reese breaking now President Trump expected to accept his party's nomination tonight. For a second term in office. The Republican National Convention comes to a close later this evening. For one night at the White House. Things may almost look normal like there isn't a Corona virus pandemic 1500 guests are expected on the South Lawn tonight. When President Trump accepts the Republican nomination. Supporters are asked to wear face coverings when they arrive and in security screening areas. But mistakes are not required. The RNC is encouraging attendees tonight to practice social distancing whenever possible. Karin Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Earlier today, the president was asked about the police shooting and subsequent rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. President Trump praised the job done last night by the National Guard in Kenosha, Wisconsin, saying things when smoothly. The president also saying he could give Morpho rse if necessary. But notably, he did not answer questions about the Jacob Blake video video. Always push a ABC News Washington president also asked about N BA players refusing to play in protest of the police shooting. They become like a political organization. And that's not a good thing. I don't think that's a good thing for sports or for the country. President Trump talking about the N BA The game between Kings and Winton Woods tomorrow is canceled after a member of the King's high school football team tested positive. For the Corona virus. Governor DeWine announcing Good news in the war against Covert 19 this week. We have six red counties. This is the lowest number of red counties that we have had. The alert system since we started there's nine weeks ago. They are Montgomery County Dayton area. Prebble Mercer, Lucas, Lorraine and Erie County's Montgomery County is the only county to move this week to read. We had four counties dropped from red to orange, which is the good news. Those counties that dropped from Red, Orange or Clermont County, Clark County, Franklin County and Trumbull County. Governor DeWine during his news conference this afternoon that you heard live here on news radio 700 wlw. The governor announced he's going to be issuing an order to require schools to establish a reporting procedure for parents to report Covad 19 cases, then schools would have to report that information to health departments right away. Latest numbers for Ohio 1244 new cases in the past day. That's the largest daily increase in more than two weeks, 32 new deaths reported. Indiana, reporting 1164 new cases with six new deaths and Kentucky with 775 new cases. Hamilton County Prosecutor Making special note of people who have been serving on Juries serving out a very can be a hassle any time but especially in the middle of a pandemic. Able to get a prosecutor Joe Deters, thanking the first years to be called for duty since Corona virus hit He says without their participation in the justice system wouldn't function. Prosecutor says they always appreciate Jury service but want to especially thank those willing to come to court during covert. 19 has been told by the assistant prosecutors who handled recent trials that the jurors took their service seriously and didn't let covert concerns interfere with her duties. He was assuring people the county court has taken several steps to ensure everyone's health and safety on Brian comes news Radio seven w It's going to be a three person race for Cincinnati Mayor next year. The inquire reporting that activist Kelly pray there is planning to run. Pray there is black and will be taking on council members David Mann and P G. Sittenfeld, who are white. A 14 year old girl.

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"karin travers" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 7 months ago

"karin travers" Discussed on KOMO

"Gives you the ability to keep things Ah, little bit more distant for LIFEBEAT I'm Arena Rock. Inger come. Oh news coming up after ABC News Seattle police have moved into the Capitol Hill protest zone this morning. KOMO, Seattle KOMO FM, Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts Now Here's what's coming up occupied protest, apparently coming to an end as police on Capitol Hill. Move in. I'm for one. I've seen first, the latest from ABC News. It's six o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard knew Kobe 19 cases in the US jumping 80% in the last two weeks, setting another record increase in cases in the last 24 hours. Nation's top doctors now warning that covert cases could nearly triple in the coming days. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, Dr Anthony found, she's saying the current spread could leave the U. S health care system in a dire situation. I'm very concerned because it could get very bad. The rapid spread already pushing testing sites to their limits. In Florida. One site in Orlando hid capacity only 30 minutes after opening, forcing health officials to tell anyone still waiting to try again. Another day. ABC is Megan to have risen Dr Asheesh job, Harvard's Global Health Institute, telling Americans wear a mask or be forced to take tougher measures later. All of us have been warning for the last 46 weeks that we've got to get on top of this, because otherwise we'll find ourselves with some very UN appetite. Choices and stay at home. My mind is really that last thing that you do when nothing else is worked. The Senate has now agreed to extend the payroll protection program, which expired at midnight. But the House still needs to agree to extend the program. Key members of Congress heading to the White House today a briefing on intelligence involving an alleged plot by Russia to pay bounties. For killing US troops in Afghanistan. President Trump on Twitter Wednesday morning, claiming the Russia Taliban bounty story is quote just another hoax. He says it's something made up to damage him in the Republican Party. Lawmakers from both parties who've been briefed on this issue, said the information was gravely serious. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, a Democrat. Nothing in the briefing that we have just received Lead me to believe it is a hoax. Karin Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Gugino, The 75 year old protester in Buffalo pushed to the ground injured by police released after a month in the hospital. You're listening to ABC News, Stay.

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"karin travers" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WTVN

"We'll see some really did a nice job from what I read. I didn't watch any but McCain rapid he scored big also green book This one three is award. Did the well third longest TV side shutdown Americans won best drama. in governmental history. Kaminsky method won So best musical if or you've comedy. got good track I think it's record interesting. with You know, your when you employer, talk about Andy Sandberg, Sandra. would Oh, you keep working doing a nice job sands was Kevin money Hart or no? on I with mean, Ellen there's a lot of like you'll say, last you're not week paying sometime, me. I'm not coming. and I there get are that. people that But are it's really not so upset final. at Ellen for having them on and kind of sport. Hey, you know, he's learned a lot since then and all that they're like one Ellen to ask tough questions. It's like have you ever seen the show before? I mean that is that is not what she's about. So she's just trying to help a comedian. I'm I'm not sure all the ins and outs of that. But I mean, Ellen is not where you go for hard hitting news. I don't think so, you know with the nicer kinder gentler. Andy Sandra tag team. I don't know Kevin Hart. You know, really fits that mold or that mold is even what they're looking for. But there's plenty of squirrel there. We're gonna talk to Jason Nathanson. Eight forty three this morning and kind of get the round up on what went on there. Right now, we shuttled the DC. Karen Travers ABC news covering the White House this morning happy new year. Karen? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so day seventeen. And boy every time I hear report anytime, I read anything there just is no wiggle room on this government shutdown and trying to come together on fixing it. I mean, there's been no progress. Certainly nothing changed over the weekend. The White House was saying there were productive conversations Democrats were disputing that. And saying that nothing got done. There was no movement over the weekend. The conversations were taking place between vice president Pence, Jared Kushner and the secretary Kirsten Nielsen and congressional staffers there weren't even lawmakers involved in net should tell you something because nobody in that room is gonna come up with the big breakthrough that they could walk out and say a deal has been made there just too many people way above that they have to sign off on these things. So sure positive that at least there were conversations taking place here at the White House Saturday and Sunday, but the the the framing and the readouts we got from both sides were still miles and miles apart. Are you seeing much in the way of inactive? I guess I would say there in DC because there's a lot more federal workers there that have been furloughed than probably any other place in the country are are things slowing down. I you know, I haven't seen that directly. You see, you know, some just because I meant the White House. I don't know what's happening in some of the more other areas of the town, but you the museums are closed, so if you're a school group or family that had a trip planned to Washington this week all the Smithsonian's are closed. The national zoo is closed a lot of the park facilities are closed bathrooms at the monuments are closed because the park service is part of the interior department. So that's an immediate impact for tourism here in Washington. But it's those eight hundred thousand workers who you know there. There's a pay period coming up the check that should be coming on Friday that there's big concerns that they're not gonna get it. They're working without pay right now or they're off the job and not getting paid. And you know, this is real for those people president was asked about those federal employees over the weekend. And he said he can relate to them didn't expand on that to say how but he. He did say, and he said this for several days now that he feels based on his conversations that the federal employees impacted by this back him on this. They understand and they support his push for border security. I gotta tell you. He might be having those conversations we've asked the White House for details. Having gotten a lot of it. But people were talking to our very worried about not getting paid Karin Travers at the White House this morning on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. So what about this idea that he may declare nationally emergency at the border? So he can just bypass it. All and start building the wall. So what he would like to try and do there would be declared a national emergency and take money that had been allocated by congress for the Pentagon and use it to build the wall. So try and go around congress on this one. If they go down this route, which is not a guarantee, they would there will certainly be an immediate legal challenge. You can't take federal money that's been approved by congress and put it towards something else. If it's approved for a you can't apply it to be. That's just how the process works. And there the White House says by declaring a national emergency. They could take it money that was for a and put it toward b but legal experts. We talked to late last week say that might not even matter that there might not be legal standing for the White House to try and do this. You know, skeptical view of this or cynical view is that it's just a a statement to make knowing it gets tied up in court and never gets done. But you can say the administration can say, look, we tried any timeline. Any meeting scheduled for today or tomorrow, nothing nothing's on the president's public schedule, and they're known ago, she Asians with Democrats either staff or lawmakers planned at this point. Gotcha. You're still getting paid though. Right. So far. We're all good here. That's my girl. Karen? I appreciate it very much. Thanks for the update. Karen Travers at the White House on NewsRadio six ten WTVN, traffic and weather in a minute. Scott. You gotta give you props on finding that Spanish language tape of the mist bears kick we're gonna play that again here in about five minutes. Alrighty, where did you find that? That's brilliant. I I have my sources. Here we go deep deep under God bless your sources again. If you missed that we played it about fifteen minutes ago, the Spanish language, take on the bears, miss kicked. The lose the game. We'll play that for you here in about five minutes. What's making news, my friends and couple of things Joel the Harris County, Texas sheriff's office could bring charges against a second suspect in the shooting death of seven year old jasmine Barnes sheriff Gonzales said twenty year old Eric black was formerly charged with Campbell murder. He said black acknowledged his involvement in the Houston murderer. And a second person was also part of it acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, says President Trump's no longer insisting a wall along the southern border be made of concrete. He was willing to agree. And he mentioned this at the rose garden press conference to take a concrete wall off the table Vini on NBC's, meet the press said the president would settle for a thirty foot barrier of some sort possibly made steel said the president's goals to change conditions at the border, and if he has to exchange the law for a fence, he will end got an assessment of the effect of the government. Down on security at John Glenn Columbus international airport. That's coming.

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"karin travers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Schools are opened again Atherton closed this morning because of continuing issues with the power outages. There our top story is the Kentucky man accused of killing two black customers at the J town Kroger now facing federal hate crime charges. The indictments has Gregory Bush shot and killed two people and injured a third at the Kroger store. Jefferson town last month because there can't their skin color acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker caused the crime horrific adding that racially motivated violence cannot be tolerated. Russell Coleman is the US attorney for the western district of Kentucky as as a man who's privileged to to swear to do Justice with these colleagues and my left and my right someone who's raising their family here. This is not acceptable. The federal hate crime charges. Could carry the death penalty? The Justice department hasn't made a decision on whether they'll pursue the ultimate punishment. It's seven thirty three at NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S a former Ellen officer charged with sexually abusing teams back in corrections. Kenneth pets is one of two former officers accused of sexually abusing teens in the Louisville metro police departments explorer program, the judge placed him on house arrest and ordered. He stay off the internet. However Betts was arrested once again after his estranged wife and employers said he sent them emails texts and snap chats. His mother testified. She was the one sending the messages something bets as attorney called quote at best a technical violation. That's his bond has since been revoked and he's back in custody. Haley Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S President Trump sat down with top Republican senators to go over a game plan for the rest of the air. What legislation they looking to push forward? President Trump met Thursday with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans she discussed the agenda for. For this lame duck session of congress. That's the period right now after the midterms, but before newly elected lawmakers, sworn in top priorities for the president and Senate Republicans include funding for the department of homeland security the form Bill disaster relief funding judicial nominations and prison reform, President Trump's also pushing for funding for the wall he wants to build on the US Mexico border and this seven week window may be his last best chance to get it. Karin Travers ABC news, the White House the US imposing sanctions against seventeen Saudis for their alleged role in the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi State Department spokesperson, Heather Nauert laid out. Some of the details all of the individuals assets. Within u s jurisdiction are blocked. US persons are generally prohibited from engaging in transactions with these individuals a statement from the treasury department says the Saudis are part of the planning and execution of kashogi. He was a Saudi citizen with US residents rights. There was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Turkey in early. October reports later saying that he was immediately. Strangled and dismembered by a guy with a bone salt. Your next news update coming at eight. I'm will Clark NewsRadio eight forty W H A S, Kentucky and his breaking news, weather and traffic station. Well, if you are still out of power, I do feel for you man yesterday..

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"karin travers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"karin travers" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Let's head to washington check out with our friend karin travers who covers the white house in politics than i think i heard you reporting from all that snow would pennsylvania yesterday tonight yeah i luckily well i like snow but i wasn't in the thick of the snow but it was very cold of their outside philadelphia that eerie was the one they had a recordsetting nineteen inches of snow over six hours of christmas night into yesterday for more than fifty some inches and who in a day moutardier sports governmental to go because he is from up that way originally needless was jimmy need got all these pictures from relatives it's like i don't even want to think about living place butch snow and only get you can't plow that you up sixty inches of snow you just have to basically wait for it to melt in for like as whoa politics a funny story about orrin hatch in a you have funny because of the newspaper there in utah he's the utah senator said it's time for this guy to to call it quits because of his utter lack of integrity and he came out in thank the paper yeah and then he and his offices like that was of course some cast day he was saying he was grateful for christmas on arabic's always read sarcasm there needs to be like of an emoji on twitter as everybody knows exactly that you're meaning that in a sarcastic way but yeah pretty tough editorial he was named the uturn of the year by the newspaper but uh for illegal has they say it's not always for good and it is he he had made a lot of news he had a big impact but the what they cited was his role in advising the trump administration or pushing the trump administration for what they say.

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