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Airbnb lost nearly $4 bln during holiday quarter, but held up better than rivals
"Falling 560 points, the NASDAQ 479, the S and P. 96 tentative travel moves we've been making during the pandemic have not included hotels. Airbnb has seen the
Man donates $20 million to college he dropped out of
"It. Now he's doing something different to mark that occasion. Here's CBS News correspondent Matt Piper. The same school Calvin Tyler once attended, has announced he's donated $20 million to increase the scholarship fund established in his name. Tyler enrolled in what was then Morgan State College, a historically black school in Baltimore, Maryland in 1961, But he left two years later due to lack of funding and became a ups driver. He eventually worked out. Way up the ranks to become senior vice president before his retirement in 1998, the donations Tyler had already given. The school previously has awarded
Texas energy supplier under fire
"Of Texas is power grid ER got are expected to receive a lashing in the first public hearings about last week's power miss. Tomorrow Storms lead to millions to be without power and in some cases got thousands of dollars in electric bills. KTV tease Jack Think is in Dallas with what the company has said so far Cost CEO said during the first storm, power plants kept going off line while demand surged. You said nearly half about 48.6% of power generation was forced out at the worst point to prevent a blackout. They told companies to cut power for millions of customers. The CEO admitted communications problems at the time a new
Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped
"Charges are dropped against Bruce Springsteen. Here's the A piece Margie's are Aleta. A federal prosecutor declined to pursue charges of drunken driving and reckless driving against Bruce Springsteen because his blood alcohol level was 0.0 to a quarter of the legal limit. In New Jersey. Springsteen pleaded guilty to a third charge consuming alcohol in a closed area. Springsteen told a judge during a video conference. He had two small shots of tequila. He will pay a $500 fine U S Park. Police say an officer saw Springsteen drink a shot of tequila and drive on his motorcycle in the Gateway National Recreation Area in New Jersey in November. I'm
The Fed's system that allows banks to send money back and forth went down for several hours
"The Federal Reserve is reporting an outage in its system for inter bank payments. That's the service that allows banks to send money back and forth. No immediate word on the
Bone cancer survivor to join first private SpaceX flight
"Who's now a physician's assistant will be on Space X is first private space flight this fall. ST. Jude Research Children's Research Hospital, says Hayley Arsenault will serve as its ambassador and become the youngest American in space. She figures after beating cancer as a child rocketing into orbit should be a piece of cosmic cake. Show launch alongside Tech and entrepreneur Jared I. Zigman and two yet to be chosen contest winners. Jennifer Keiper,
US coronavirus death toll reaches milestone of 500,000
"Ryan Douglas. The United States has just reached a grim marker. 500,000 coronavirus deaths. It is yet another tragic milestone. Covert 19 deaths in the U. S are more than double the country with the second highest death toll. Brazil's is a horrible And Mark, Dr Anthony Fauci says a year ago it was hoped the number of deaths would be much lower back in the late winter and early spring of 2020. When we gave the modeling number of 240,000 people thought that we were being hyperbolic. Clearly, that was not the case. And even though U. S death rates are now falling, thousands of additional Americans will fall victim
New York City movie theaters can reopen at 25 percent capacity, stocks jump
"Shares of movie theater chains are popping on welcome news from one of the nation's biggest movie theater markets. New York City will allow theaters to reopen with 25% capacity starting a week from Friday. Shares of AMC of jumped 12% Cinemark up 9%. I'm Max up
Biden updating Paycheck Protection Program to aid small businesses
"Date about how that's gonna change over time. Dr Snyder says. UPMC is not holding any vaccines aside. It's just using what's left for the people who already have appointment scheduled President Joe Biden is targeting more federal pandemic assistance to the nation's smallest businesses and ventures owned by women and people of color. The administration is establishing a two week window starting on Wednesday, in which only businesses with fewer than 20 employees can apply for forgettable loans Under the Paycheck protection program. Such businesses make up the majority of small businesses in the U. S.
Clubhouse Chats Are Breached, Raising Concerns Over Security
"Was taking steps to make sure user data could not be stolen by malicious hackers or spies. Now at least one hacker has proven that the popular audio chat rooms live streams can be breached. A clubhouse spokeswoman said An unidentified user was able to stream audio feeds from the AP. Into their own third party website. The Stanford Internet Observatory first raise security concerns about clubhouse just over a week ago, saying users that should assume all conversations are being recorded. Gina serve Eddie Bloomberg radio.
90-year-old Los Angeles man spends $10,000 on Wall Street Journal ads to shame AT&T
"Over Internet service and elderly 18 T customers spent thousands of dollars to shame the communications giant into providing better service. CBS News correspondent Stephan Kaufman has the hat 90 year old Aaron up State of North Hollywood wasn't getting the fast Internet service he felt he deserved from 18 90. So we placed ads in the Wall Street Journal as costing $10,000 really made me angry. Was this chart putting ads in the paper? Trier? Faster speed, The Los Angeles resident didn't have to wait long for a response to see what we could do for you. Epstein says. The installation of fiber optics will also benefit his neighbors. Stephan Kaufman, CBS News in Sports The Penguins are off today. They
FAA Orders Immediate Inspections After United Engine Failure
"And scary engine failure on a united jet. I did make it back to ground safely. There is now widespread concern about Boeing Triple Sevens. Equipped with a Pratt and Whitney 4000 Syriza engine. The FAA is ordering immediate inspections off this engine, which has failed before correspondent Errol Barnett going now recommending airlines using that jets suspend that pending the safety investigation in Texas from
U.S. deports 95-year-old who was a Nazi concentration camp guard
"German police have custody of a man now sent back from the United States. After living here for over 60 years, CBS is Adriana Diaz has details, but former Nazi concentration camp guard was deported to Germany after living in the United States since 1959 Friedrich Karl Berger is now 95 is Being held by police in Frankfurt. Berger admitted to U. S. Authorities that he served as a guard for a few weeks at the end of the war, but said he did not see any abuse or
Winter storms hamper delivery of 6 million vaccine doses
"Amazons Seattle headquarters became a Corona virus Vaccine center yesterday. The check the tech giant partnered with the hospital for vaccine clinics that first opened last month. Last week's clinic to administer second doses was postponed, though because of snow. Sydney Kim of K i. R. O T V has more because of delays and vaccine deliveries do the winter storms across the country. Robert Cluster of former emergency room doctor didn't know what to expect until he got here. My concern has been that with Effect of the recent weather on supplies getting here the number of cancelations of other clinics I was concerned that once again I would be
Garland to prioritize civil rights and fighting domestic terror
"Rights issues. If he's confirmed Merrick Garland goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow. CBS is Tom Foti has more From release remarks. We know Judge Garland will speak of prioritizing civil rights issues after last year's mass protests over the deaths of black Americans by police. He also addresses domestic terrorism and rising extremist threats, noting his work supervising prosecution after the 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City. Customs authorities in Ohio say the intercepted a shipment of
CDC Reports Life Expectancy in the US has Dropped A Full Year
"A new report from the CDC finds that life expectancy dropped a full year in the first six months of 2020 because of covert 19 from 78.8 years to 77.8 years. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Vegas joins us to explain. It's pretty amazing, You know, we say it's a staggering change. You know, a year because most years it changes by a month or two, mostly getting longer. So by losing this year, six months remember, this is the first six months of last year we lost a year in life expectancy that brings us back to 2006 until we lost 15 years of medical progress here on day. It's remarkable. The reason it is, is that the average person in the United States who dies of covert 19 Has lost about 12 years of expected life. And so that's an amazing figure again, 12 years of expected life, so the notion that it made me people out there saying, Well, these were people were gonna die anyway from something very quickly 12 years of extra life of being with their Children, their grandchildren doing with their love and contributing on the serve. We're no longer here. How do you calculate such a thing and arrive it that number That's that's terrifying. It was a Harvard study that was published for the end of last year, where they looked at the people who died and looked at their demographics and what was their expected life expectancy based on the chart. Good is we have a lot of people in the United States so we can do these statistics that are rather accurate. Many regards on DSA. So you know, the more I think the biggest disturbance from that year figure Is that when you look at, you know, blacks and you look at people of Hispanic descent, those numbers are even greater. You know, 23 times what we're seeing, you know, in the rest of the country. It's a really pushing it the divide here in terms of outcome with covert 19, and we have to address these issues. This isn't the sort of thing where someone can waive some sort of magic wand or give someone appeal and we get those years back, right? Sadly, no. I mean, hopefully, the vaccine will put a son back on a trajectory for lengthening life expectancy, which is, you know, really attribute to what's happened in science. No, it's going up a year from a 2006 to 2020 because of remarkable advances and diabetes and cancer and heart to do that really have made it impact. But we've lost a lot of that here now with his virus, with the 470,000 deaths in our country, and unfortunately an ongoing pandemic, we have to figure out what it changes on
Winter storms hamper delivery vaccine
"Deliveries, but that's not all in Memphis. More than 1000 doses went to waste his Luke Jones reports. Vaccines were taken out of the freezer, thinking they were gonna be used, but that ended up not happening because of last week's severe weather. But whether alone does not explain why the people handling these vaccines never told the health Department they had map many vaccines out of the freezer that we're going to expire. Officials did rush to use up other doses. Many went to teachers, others to county inmate. White House adviser Andy
Interview with Author Libby Copeland: How DNA Testing Is Upending Who We Are
"We're talking with Libby Copeland. She wrote an op ed in The New York Times America's brutal racial history. Is written all over our genes will get to the racial aspect about this. In a moment. She's also author of the book The Law's Family. How Didna Testing is Up Ending who We Are. Libby. Maybe we need to go back further before we start thinking about how do we write the genetic parents or the cousins or the siblings? Maybe we got to be thinking a whole lot harder about. Are we really ready for what could be this Pandora's box that we're about to open if we decide to move forward with this testing? Yeah, So I mean, that is a really interesting question. And a lot of people think about this. They think about the privacy implications on the privacy implications have to do with family. But they're also even beyond that, to other issues, Things like insurance. And, um, you know, law enforcement use of this information and social sort of implications. On the other hand, you know, uninterested thing to think about is in some ways we're all already opted in because there's so many people in the databases. So many of us are identifiable even if we never test if somebody is related to us and looking for us. So in some ways the decision to test or not. The test is been taken out of your hands by, say, third cousins whose names you don't know because you've never met them because you might not know all of your third cousins, but they decided to test And their decision makes you effectively you know enough of your genetic material is shared by them that you were, in a sense. I opted into the technology now. What's interesting is that a lot of people who test and do find a surprise and I've interviewed Um, a lot of people to him. This has happened. They ultimately come out on the other side. Glad to know that is because even when the surprise is painful, right because of what it says about their family, or maybe something that their parents didn't tell them even in those circumstances. They just value so much knowing the truth about their own identity, and it allows them to better understand their own lives. The contrast then is with the people on the other side. I call them Sometimes the people who are seeking the truth about themselves or call him the seekers and the people the other side. Sometimes I call them the secret keepers. They might know about somebody, but you know they have not spoken up because of a stigma. From the past past cultural practices. We didn't talk about certain things that are we're now more transparent about it. So sometimes the people on the other side that quote unquote secret keepers or the people who are just discovering this new relatives. They may be somewhat more closed off. And then there's this very delicate dance of getting to know you and I both sides trying to have respect for the other side's timeline in hopes that they can come to some sort of reunion that is Where there were able to potentially have some kind of relationship if that's what they both want. Oh, my goodness. So you're you go from? How do you write the letter? And now all of us need to be thinking to some extent of how do you respond? To that letter. Yeah. Yeah, exactly on do. The thing that I've discovered is a lot of times the seekers of people who are reaching out because they've discovered something about their own genetic origin there often on a on a faster timeline that people on the other side right so they may may want more quickly. Maybe they've had more time to process. The news. Maybe they've had more time to kind of figure the whole thing out. Go on social media figure out who their relatives are learn a little about them on. But the folks on the other side er sounds a little bit blindsided. They're not expecting it or if they are expecting it. Um, you know, it highlights something that may be connected to some past this comfort or guilt or shame. Because again, sometimes these air might be connected to say relationship outside of a marriage. For instance, if a man has a child outside of his marriage, right You've got a grapple then with the circumstances of that child coming into his life and what it means for what he has to tell his wife, and that's really awkward Ondas well as his Children.
"kdka" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Go from here and some leaders in our area want to de fund or divert money from police but what would that look like those stories and more in the KDKA radio ten twenty morning show well we got some good feelings triggered out there I think I love when the lines are hot let's get to them first up oh my goodness it's retired cop ray hi ray hi Wendy how are you I'm well how are you not doing well with all this going on and I just wanted to say that everybody's talking about the findings the police and they've already be funded the police the morality of the please this last week I think what happened to George Lloyd but the hard working men out there women and men out there in uniform they did not do it but the they're paying for his that Charlene sands images I don't I don't think it's gonna work out good for people tell everybody what you said to me over the weekend you ran across a young police officer what did he say to you yeah I was getting gas he was at the gate on the other side of the pump tonight tomorrow things are going and he said you know what he said I want to be a police officer all my life but he said I'm ready to quit I said is it that bad he said everywhere I look I'm getting glares like I did something wrong so I I don't I don't know why people are turning on the police in general and I get it I get it there's bad officers out there I was a victim of about also there's bad officers out there but ninety nine percent of them agreement and I don't know that shopping here overturning a rule he was an MP in the army which is very strict discipline training he was just from just just I'm not I mean I don't well we'll find out we'll find out the true story the facts will come out we've seen what we've seen it was horrifying to watch America's United behind that fact but I hear what you're saying right thank you for calling love thank you Wendy always good to hear your voice is get out to Joanne malleable hi Joe welcome to KDKA when the great sure you always come well prepared with facts and figures Hey yo windy on the morning Griffin show here Ricky Burgess the Pittsburgh councilman who want to defund the police to me Wendy and and he wants to divert the money to some other so called social issues when he to me that would just exasperated problem that would destroy all incentives for a police officer to protect and serve I mean some officers take eleven twelve dollars an hour windy some of the work three part time jobs to support their family a police a police officer is not obligated to protect you from manning I agree to see if if you define them they're gonna show up after the manner rather than avoid the mess I don't disagree with that either and by the way yeah nobody's getting rich putting on a uniform and a badge every day last time I checked not in this day and age Joe I appreciate the call thank you for placing it Sandra in mount Lebanon hello love our baby let me take this matter several clips or drink I'll be right there I'm glad we're part of a year well now take my medicine all we got to take care of you I gotcha baby let me jump right in here I think the phone than that believe that devastating I have her name and I can't believe anybody would even say anything like that Ambia represent and who couldn't be represent me I'd never vote for nobody to play it like that what they need is more money to give women send them that even come out and risk their lives for people every day baby kill and taking care of the people I don't even know a man in don't say anybody don't like what I'm saying and flew around your own front door before you sleep around mine well I had an extended family member shot about a week I love the police every time I ever called then they came to my house and cleared the air man I'm so sick of people I agree heart I agree lately little baby and then I'm up close noble drew Ali said after me or be called a liar he also said no consideration can be given to other people who are not part of any nation or no Negro black African American people we are Morris and and kill my people get that did it make their aides and stop calling themselves all you can be it earned we get no consideration and once you had not I love the police god bless them all level more good bad neither all all of us thank god I love it the problem thank you sweetheart always good to hear from ms Sandra she opens the door to a place I think it's important we go thank you Terry get out to christen amberjack Chris welcome how are you doing and windy good good go ahead I love listening to you and you're my girl or you know what I really admire you well a couple thoughts here first bodies every morning I wake up I feel like I'm more more waking up towards Hitler's Germany like it's like a groundhog day because one of the things Hitler did was disarmed cause problems the place the people and gave his thoughts weapons to this also and you know when you're saying alas it's not just the last I think it's also with the Freemasons are behind us and there's a lot of facts to support that if you look at what this stuff up you know we we stand United we have to stand United United we stand divided we fall and even stolen you know said story not not I'm not gonna quit exact words I don't come here that's all and more was made it a point they don't have to do anything about America it's gonna take itself down from within and I'm pretty sure that George Soros is satisfied with the final thing that he wants to do in his life is completely have the American implode is basically what he has said so we were saying Machen nations Chris you are on point and I appreciate you placing a call I want to get some other calls here dear so don't be offended that I'm moving on Gary new Kensington I Gerry Hey are you doing good good glad to have you back back on the air and we missed you I just want to say that these riders and and the creators of chaos right now that are our dollar cities are coming from a godless society truth.
"kdka" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"With Larry Richard on the KDKA radio morning show Larry worked last night he has a much deserved day off today and tomorrow he gets two of them tomorrow will be his first day off from work on from his normal schedule this year an official start to summer is here new could very well be the unofficial end to the lockdowns as well the weather is getting nicer that is for sure be able to add a new one I think people had enough from being ordered to stay indoors and sacrifice their livelihoods over fears of the pandemic culvert nineteen obviously has been deadly we know how serious of a an issue this is especially in the light of the poor decision making by leaders in many states many deaths could have been avoided when there's a story out to last two days from Columbia University that claims thirty six thousand lives could have been saved if we enacted social distancing a week earlier than many already began Pennsylvania was on there was sort of the forefront of closing things down across the country in Pennsylvania sort of lead that charge a lot of other smaller but a lot of others that followed have already reopened we're sort of behind the curve now while some say the lockdown should have begin begun by March first and that would be the study from Columbia University pretty interesting and we got to take with a grain of salt we did not have a case in Pennsylvania until March sixth so asking people to shut down in the input on the mass and do social distancing and all that other stuff on March first nobody would pay attention so this item this review this report by Columbia University a claims thirty six thousand lives could have been saved if we enacted social distancing on March first sort of non void at that point we don't even have a the death in the United States will till February twenty ninth businesses in Pennsylvania manufacturing sector nineteen.
"kdka" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Putting KDKA in remember that rewind button that allows you to just go back twenty four hours okay so no board today I thought I was going to share with you something a little bit personal from home all right brought calls this the windy tool monologue when I'm channeling my inner moderate so last night I went home and I absolutely snapped on one of my sons I often think about the people who phoned into the show who are so fired off an angry and faith filled with vitriol and rage and hate and I feel for them I go home and I'm like well how you know that must be so hard to to live with that kind of frustration that kind of what I hear in you all the time and I think this must be an outlet for them to call and just be like that well that's what I did I went home and unintentionally I took out my own frustration on my youngest son Bobby so I watched Bobby kind of hopscotch from devices in the house he was downstairs playing Xbox and he graduated to the television and it was over on the computer and I was looking at an I. pad and he's supposed to be reading a book and writing a book report and I was like Bobby why are you never reading a book and he didn't give me an answer that was suitable and I'm like I need you to read every single day this is important nobody ever got smarter by watching people play Xbox to get smarter by reading an expanding their vote their vocabulary and he just looked at me and I I lost it I said why don't you listen he got his big tears in his eyes and his face turned red and he ran out of the room and upstairs choose his bedroom he slammed the door my husband walked in the room and he said that was totally out of line I didn't need Joe to tell me that I knew it so I milled around in the kitchen did some dishes after dinner and I thought about I went upstairs and I sat on my son's batting didn't really want to look at me but I said to him I said Bobby I need you I need you to look at me I need you to hear what I have to say he rolled over he looked at me and he had a splashy facing looked really upset and I said I'm sorry I'm sorry what just happened had nothing to do with you and I need you to know that I brought home frustration from work and I took it out on you and I shouldn't have and I know better and I'm sorry and my son looks at me with these a big glassy crocodile tears in his eyes and he said I understand mom and I forgive you and in that moment as I'm looking at my son explaining how I'm why I didn't mean to do what I did I realize my son in that moment acted like the adult as I was acting like a child but further more I realized but when I listen to so many of you who call in here and you're angry and you hate and your dark you say terrible things and I sit here in my home how do they live like that I do it too just on a different side of the aisle just as guilty as you are just as passionate as you are about what you believe just as frustrated as you are maybe for other reasons but in that moment looking at my son who's eleven I realized I'm the ultimate hypocrite sitting here and chronicling things that I think are obnoxious that people do when I'm guilty of it too what a kick in the pants is that now my eleven year old doesn't understand how deeply I felt about that apology as I looked into his eyes after all is in it so common that we take out our frustration on those we love the most I'm just grateful that my boy was kind enough to say I get it and it's okay but what it underscored to me is that we all whether it's dang home too long whether it's this constant barrage of negative news all day long whether it's uncertainty and fear about what we don't know about this time whether it's just our own personal dog maul our own insecurities or whatever we are all that passionate hypocrite who can't look at the other side and understand why they're acting so irrationally yeah and we are we're doing the same thing and I realize that yesterday so okay headline today's gonna be all one D. Belle is a miracle but yeah she realizes that she's a jerk I don't care whatever what I realize is I can be just as irrational and as passionate and as jaded and as hypocritical as the next guy but the one thing we've got to remember to do is to talk right to to be able to share ideas with one another we don't have to agree that this show is in about you calling in and saying I think you're the best what a boring show if that was the case it's about sharing different ideas and doing it in a way where everybody feels like they have a voice right whether or not I agree with you you're like okay I get it so for all of you who listen to me every day and you're shaking like on her chart I get it because I often feel the same way in fact we are so much more alike than we are different different views right similar goals similar goals and I hope underlying all of it especially during the show is this overwhelming desire to share the love of this country because that is not political that's an American thing it's an inside your heart thing and I know I.
"kdka" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Boat commission so join us on the KDKA radio morning show Hey everybody so you know full well if you listen to me with any regularity how much I enjoy anything that smacks of loving your neighbor anything that sounds and feels like good news how about two in one right now boom that's what this is I'm so excited about this story so we all know that there's a shortage of this personal protection out there for medical professionals for police officers for whatever whomever is out there who's dealing with other people you need to have protection particularly in the medical field so there's a bunch of guys might not have otherwise known each other who kind of simultaneously answered that call found each other created something huge I love it and I called them and they're like yeah we totally want to talk about it it's cool so I'm gonna introduce you all to David L. troche rob rusher and brought in Brad Adams hopefully I got all that right guys yes yeah why you guys are the cold end of ventures and I love what you're doing and it's with its with three D. printers it's with contacts and whomever wants to start to share your story take it away well it started I'm a teacher at Homer center high school up in Indiana county and my students were kind of working on a project with a U. P. and the steam stop crossing paths with some of the tools we're gonna use and it is slowly turned into with doctor Hilary creamy it turned into what type of P. P. we produce locally here in town so we got to wait for shipments from out of state and that turned into teachers from other school districts joining in with their students as well I think it's amazing how many teachers how many students do you think Brad are all together on this right now you're probably talking about ten teachers in probably about twenty students it's so cool all right so you've got to bring rob into the conversation here and also David because you guys all get in I I just like how this is gonna loose association of people who all have a common goal but otherwise maybe not this would really be in your wheel house right yeah yeah so the rusher and so it's very with me I found out from people doing it in LA other filmmakers I'm a filmmaker or cinematographer here in Pittsburgh and so my contact out in Los Angeles were already doing it they had like fifteen people don't okay or I think already they deliver like twenty five hundred children okay I heard about that and then I was like well why don't I just start doing that here in Pittsburgh and yell and what's happening in Pittsburgh I brought David and he her what I was doing he wanted to help out David I work with each other quite a bit and you know like me he's kind of sitting around not doing a lot so be like how can I help let's get this fundraising and then he got introduced to Brad and then we kind of just join forces I love the car go ahead right right yes the Brad is the one who killed that off and then the code ventures I live in Indiana Pennsylvania but I work in Pittsburgh and I teamed up with rob and then people said Hey you need to connect with Brad and those sort of create this often alliance and were more doing fundraising trying to connect with other medical professionals we need massive PP and it's pretty often we've got we've got that they feel being worn at the Indian River Medical Center Brad I mean how many I would be still to be delivered so far rebel said about three hundred so far around town even if you go to New York City and I just stripped double down to Florida and Miami Florida hello this is so cool and I'm looking at your your fundraiser so you're trying to get about five grand and you're doing okay said tell people how they how they can look and look learn more if they'd like to chip in a few Bucks yeah it costs just a dollar to make a single face.
"kdka" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Radio show in the eastern panhandle welcome the KDKA radio good have you how you doing I'm doing well what's on your mind I just want to say the seriousness of this thing to me the gentleman who is the commander of the nuclear carrier okay was willing to give up his command he knew what what we're gonna do to is about right and all the years he spent working like crazy to get to be a commander you know he did something for those those people on that and that's why they cheered him that's that's why they moved the other guy you don't want to fight for somebody who's a Jack at that's all I have to say and I'm set well Joe thank you very much Tim on the road out there somewhere walking the KDKA radio thank yeah what's on your mind yeah I mean okay American people you need to wake up wake up look what's going on this is all being controlled okay the so called buyers that if they're blown out of proportion social distancing this is gonna be the new door all we have to really think about all whether we want to shake hands after this is over this people you're losing your mind okay yes this is a virus I think if it is I think I had it back in early February it's just a nasty cold okay but like any other cold people get over it since when since when do we give up our liberties and change our lifestyle because of a cold really that's where this is headed yeah there's a there's something bigger behind us people wake up okay what is it Tim what's bigger behind this our control the global considers the trump fell for this business isn't yeah I'm not surprised I voted for him and I'm shocked that you fall for this scam I mean this this is bigger this figure this globalist the World Bank okay they're trying to change the way that we live I want us both to you and once wants us to give up ten percent of our GDP help the other countries around the world they they want everybody on it you can scale that's what this is all about they they want us to give us our liberty and it's working what's really liberty to what Tim Tim more liberty have you given up just get out socialite I know you you have to pick and here's a here's another thing people should so the government the big conspiracy is nobody to talk to anybody okay come on people want to shut everybody down all you're just a conspiracy theorist what have we ever in this country in the world yeah after a virus or a flu okay said okay after this is over we really got the what they're they're talking about you know tracking people are you're not going to get to an airport if you have a fever what okay what are we ever gonna listen you keep on visiting the conspiracy theory fight sites and I'll keep on talking about the facts and maybe our paths will cross once again news is coming up next on KDKA radio the helpful hardware folks at least we.
"kdka" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Commission so join us on the KDKA radio morning show where where where where where we've got a lot already today eight six is there an hour winds and finance and number so we just spoke with just a minor she was talking about employees in accounting but nurses in nursing homes throughout this area are planning to walk out and four o'clock today yeah your card today they are pro testing because they say they just don't have enough P. P. I was surprised when I learned about math T. V.'s personal protective equipment they just don't have enough they say they've been there they've had it and they're walking out so I don't know what we in on this for me especially if you have a connection I do not at this moment in time have a loved one in a personal care facility but I has over time over the years I have had several and those are the people that you depend on those are the people that you count on to take care of your loved one so why are they feeling as it is they're not getting supported why are they feeling as if they're not getting what they need we focus a lot on our hospitals our emergency rooms at first responders with others a lot on them and their and their needs but the folks in our nursing homes or assisted living facilities that they're they're kind of like a I don't know their and their patients their residence they're not going anywhere many of them sometimes they can communicate with their loved ones what's going on sometimes they can't so don't they deserve support as well eight six six three nine one ten twenty give me a call let me know what you think you know I it's here's what I'm afraid is going to happen and I heard Jay anger in a caller earlier today not on my show but on another show but I heard the anger and frustration in a business owner in an earlier caller today who is stressed about not being able to open his business stressed about not knowing where is his income is coming from stressed about not being able to put food on the table and he kind of issue the call and it was like a business owners I say let's open up Monday no matter what I am fearful that we're going to get to this great divide aid in our society where people are going to start feeling a sense of desperation that I got to do this I gotta do that I gotta protect my own I got to do this are you still in that kind of stress in your life in your world eight six six three nine one ten twenty I worry about that so we've got people who are going into these jobs I feel like they don't have what they need when they get there what do you think and what he's feeling eight six six three nine one ten twenty I worry I did I worry about what's happening because now we have the governor saying our school is going to be closed until the end of the year so some things might open up some things may not how long are you prepared for how long can you hang in there how long can you hold that eight six six three nine one ten twenty are you are you at that breaking point yet I tell you what this caller ID I heard earlier today I felt like I heard a breaking point in his voice I heard a breaking point in his voice to the point that it made me feel concerned many of our workers if they're why if they're talking about pro testing where they work they might be feeling that breaking point eight six six three nine one ten twenty how about you have you felt that yet have you got that pressure yet voters say they can't get through to unemployment still folks are asking about that six that extra six hundred dollars they want to know when they're getting and how are they getting it hasn't happened yet they have questions about it there are new numbers again for unemployment claims let me just tell you if you're part of the new group for the unemployment claim let me just let you know that folks I had if you haven't gotten there they haven't gotten through yet some of them are still waiting for their pin numbers show taking place in line the lines are moving quickly we're not at a breaking point yet but I think some people are feeling like they are eight six six three nine one ten twenty are you feeling that are you feeling that stress about food are you feeling that stress about your bills about your business about not having what you needed to do your jobs we've spent a lot of time talking about their nurses and doctors in E. ours the urgent cares we talked about all of those people but we haven't talked about the people in the nursing homes we saw an explosion out in Beaver County and now we're seeing pop ups and some of the other nursing homes and the staff's they're saying that they're not feeling supported that's why they're planning a protest today at four o'clock they're organized now they're saying they gotta get someone's attention you know the folks here at KDKA radio are feeling a lot of the pressure that you're feeling that's why we're getting together on Tuesday for an event called feed the nation radio on it happens on Tuesday April the fourteenth you know started seven AM it'll go until five PM and it is just what it says is a feed and the needy radiothon that's a feat in Asian and need radiothon and the goal is very simple to purchase one hundred thousand meals a hundred thousand miles that's all we want to do a hundred thousand meals we'll tell you how you can do and how you can help us but remember that's coming up on Tuesday it'll be real simple you can text your donation to a number and we'll have that number for you before the before the week is over it's got a juror Jatin Claritin George your mom is in a nursing home Hey my mom island they've done great work with their clients out there I don't know what the broader because it'll be four weeks this Friday but I got the call not to come in I used to go on Tuesday when I was working I haven't worked in three weeks thank you for actual which is March sixteenth in order for mental online and I'm calling to fill a lot because I understand this state like so many six point six million people are out of work again I was a young man in the early eighties I know what's going on and I commend you did yeah because unlike those in plain view on both sides your people before profit if you're not seeing the planes and everything else so what's going on even on the radio asked study to read because I love it blast almost everyday last splash over here soon about the president's you know this is going on the street for me her she's a nurse's aides accessory in the nursing homes lawyers for St still the lack of any kind of personal protection equipment devices all that accurate your doing a segment on the African American population because workers are dish proportionate number of those that are being affected by she only I mean I think that I need to be dropped because there's what there's always you know I am America's forays lately but I did early in the fluid situation so like the old you know we gotta pay attention to what's going on could you stand up for me because we're in this for a while we are we are we yeah I waited about going because we're we're in it for awhile indeed Hey George as ours Acree shape the car I appreciate you every day thanks for calling we are gonna have a one forty five.
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"Two tonight then sunny and fifty five tomorrow thirty three at the airport now five seventeen eighty KDKA radio ten twenty on what would have been opening day here in Pittsburgh let's check sports which M. colony thanks guys and good morning everyone normally I'd be at PNC park right now normally Derek Shelton would be managing its first home opener but of course this is not normally I think it's gonna be a lot harder you know I mean I wouldn't need me personally I was in a unique situation that opening day for the season was supposed to be in Tampa which is where I live and then and I worked for seven years and then we were going from there to Chicago which is where I grew up so you know my my extended family and my high school friends are gonna be there Chilton says all his players can do is follow the guidelines and beans ready as they can when it's time to ramp up the cowboys signed linebacker Alden Smith Smith was the seventh overall pick in the twenty eleven draft he made the Pro Bowl in twenty twelve after yet nineteen and a half sacks but ready to substance abuse issues three D. you eyes he's been out of the league for four years in fact he's currently still suspended but Dallas must have something worked out with the league today being cloudy is still out there his asking price is reportedly coming down now he'll settle for seventeen or eighteen million yesterday Wimbledon was cancelled today the British open is expected to follow suit the open was scheduled to begin July sixteenth at royal St George's in England at the sports that's come from colony newsradio ten twenty KDKA sports thanks Jim that's right you'd be at pot have PNC park and I would be well we used to do this routine Kevin over the years where we broadcast down there at the ballpark and then they said well nobody's here at five in the morning then we said yeah you're right this hope so we went back to the studio instead of sitting down there until people started arriving but it was and will continue to be at some point just a great day family day fun day in the city yeah you know imagine how much we will now appreciate it temporarily while a boost in appreciation for baseball on opening day and sitting in the warm sun having a beer and a sandwich for a coke in a sandwich whatever you prefer we're really going to appreciate it the next time we actually get a chance to do it Larry yeah and I would imagine that that whenever they finally schedule the game for this year it may actually be a lot warmer so we got that going for us yeah right now it's thirty three degrees let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to.
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"Firm studio doing doing right this is KDKA radio twenty four partly cloudy at eleven o'clock I'm Paul Rasmussen the Lawrence county coroner has arrived on Rainer road in Pulaski township Lawrence county that's where seventy four year old Eugene Ross was last seen Thursday afternoon police were searching for him said he was missing and gave his picture to the news media Katie Katie Beasley so Washington is there waiting for an update from police in elementary school in the Elizabeth forward school district was evacuated this morning due to a gas leak outside of the building fire crews and utility workers were called the school and students were moved to the middle school marlin Pritchard is going to trial he's the man charged with homicide in the shooting death of a three year old girl in bell super chastity Clancy was fatally wounded as she was sleeping next Pritchard on February night she was killed by gunshot blast Pritchard told police the weapon was under his pillow all charges against him were held for trial this morning Pritchard due in court next on March twenty third the Kremlin denies accusations by U. S. intelligence Russia is interfering in the twenty twenty election U. S. lawmakers were told in a recent briefing rushes goal is helping president trump get reelected White House sources the briefing infuriated Mr trump who is concerned emigrants will use the information against him one of the people under consideration as the next director of national intelligence as he doesn't want the job with that story CBS's bill Rakoff Georgia congressman Doug Collins who's had a lot of face time lately is the ranking member of the house Judiciary Committee is one of president trump's options to lead the OD and I but Collins at least at the moment is saying thanks but no thanks let me just say right now that's I know the problems are jealous community for this is not a job that pays it interests me either it is time is not one that I would say a Collins on fox business says he's focusing on his bid for the U. S. Senate among other things bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill a new Associated Press in O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll is out on the democratic presidential candidates the eight piece band Thomas as the results of the poll finds Bernie Sanders gets the highest ratings nationally seventy four per Senate democratic voters surveyed say they have a favorable opinion of the Vermont senator former vice president Joe Biden gets sixty seven percent favorable senator Elizabeth Warren sixty four percent and fifty eight percent for former south bend Indiana mayor peak looted judge about half expressed favorable opinions of billionaire Michael Bloomberg and senator Amy clover shar and nearly forty percent for billionaire Tom Steiner meanwhile about twenty percent expressed negative opinions of Biden Bloomberg Warren and Sanders Ben Thomas Washington a state department source says is seventy reduction of violence deal promised by the Taliban begins tonight and that starts the countdown to the signing of a peace agreement between the Taliban and the United States we will pave the way for a withdrawal of American troops and eventually a permanent ceasefire jailers police chief is retiring today thirty five years to the day he started Brian Kelly began as a pro patrol officer moving up to sergeant lieutenant and ultimately police chief on Wall Street heparin Tillotson says the Dow is down two hundred fifty one points to twenty eight thousand nine sixty nine the nasdaq down one twenty seven the S. and P. is down thirty one in sports the pirate spring training opener is tomorrow the Bucks you're playing the twins.
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"Doing right this is KDKA radio twenty one degrees of at ten o'clock on Bora Shaila off there is relief in sight for American stock on the diamond princess cruise ship in Japan a chartered plane from the U. S. will arrive in Japan tomorrow to bring home those Americans quarantine on the doctor diamond princess cruise ship Americans with coronavirus symptoms will receive care in Japan the other Americans will be quarantine for a further fourteen days when they arrive in the United States Attorney Matt Smith and his wife Catherine have been on the ship for twenty six days now fifteen days cruising and so far eleven days quarantined he explains why they are not getting on the U. S. chartered flight to get you to this new quarantine in the US they're going to take us off this ship before we finish quarantine here they're going to put us on buses with other passengers who have not completed quarantine and as to which most if not all of them have not ever been tested for the virus the US Federal Aviation Administration says American civilian flights can resume operations over much of the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman region the FAA is loosening restrictions announced in nearly six weeks ago amid heightened tensions between the US and Iran the FAA said today that Iran has de escalated its military posture reducing the risk to US civil aviation operations the agency still advises operators to exercise caution and avoid operating on air routes over Iran Iranian forces accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet over Tehran on January eighth killing all one hundred and seventy six people on board Democrats in Virginia are using their new found legislative control to re fashion the state as the south's progressive leader on racial social and economic issues legislators are re writing laws at a breathtaking pace with landmark legislation on guns LGBT Q. protections abortion and other key issues advancing nearly every day in a state that was once synonymous with the old south many of the Confederate monuments a scattered around the state could soon be coming down the state holiday honoring Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson is going away the legislature is said to give a final passage to most pieces of landmark legislation ahead of the March seventh adjournment a Pittsburgh kindergarten student brought a gun to school Friday morning a school district spokeswoman says a staff member at Allegheny K. five in the city's north side neighborhood was helping at the building's metal detector and found the gun in the students bag that's spokeswoman says the incident was reported to the state's child abuse reporting hotline and that families would be notified Pittsburgh police officers will vote again Monday on the city's latest contract offer KDKA radio's Joe to steal reports the officers just rejected a two point seven five percent pay hike this year it was contingent on switching to a ten hour four day week mayor bill Peduto in the forty eight ten hours contract would be.
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"Doing right this is KDKA radio thirty four with light walk I'm Paul Rasmussen this just in a woman has died after an accident involving a tractor trailer outside giant eagle in crafting dispatchers confirming for KDKA a vehicle accident outside the craft in Ingram shopping center police tape of police tape rather set up around the tractor trailer first responders are at the scene the victim again in this accident has died a no contest plea today from Allegheny county controller Kelso Wagner to one of the charges from a confrontation with police at a Detroit hotel last year KDKA radio's Joe to steal reports the plea was entered this morning at a pretrial hearing Wagner was found not guilty in November on a disorderly conduct charge the jury couldn't decide on a felony resisting and obstructing police her attorney Charles Longstreet says Wagner decided to cut our losses include Bob Sir but I think this is the second race at the second trial of a possible future Wagner pleads no contest to disturbing the peace get six months probation after which the case is dismissed with no record Joe to steal his radio ten twenty Katie K. A. also knew it new in Penn hills high school students are being allowed to leave classes early due to a strong odor on the second floor of the building it's unclear what this order is but they say it occurs when there is substantial rain the district says steps are being taken to reduce that smell there is some progress to report in the Afghanistan peace talks with the Taliban CBS CBS is Carrie McCormick has the latest from the Pentagon defense secretary mark asper has just announced the U. S. in Taliban have negotiated a seven day a reduction in violence as per city believes that sufficient for now to move the peace process forward the reduction in violence is seen as the first step toward a peace deal and an eventual draw down of some US forces of fifteenth case of corona virus has been confirmed in the United States this latest one is a U. S. evacuee from China to Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio and was a solo traveller earlier today in China two hundred fifty four new debts and a spike in corona virus cases of more than fifteen thousand reported the university of Pittsburgh will be working on a corona virus vaccine pits center for vaccine research is receiving samples of the virus in the university also held in information session Wednesday to address myths about the outbreak Megan color Freeman with the pizza for medicine tells Katie K. A. T. B. people should be more concerned about the flu anyway the likelihood of you catching influence on the season is far greater than coming into contact so I encourage everyone to wash your hands stay home if you're sick and to get your position as of last week there were over eighty seven hundred reported flu cases in Allegheny county democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg is kicking off early voting in North Carolina says he's running to be president trump I'm Jim crystal in Greensboro North Carolina democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg came here to the super Tuesday states on the first day of early voting Megan this morning on Twitter thank you very much Donald he sees our poll numbers and I think it's fair to say he is scared because he knows I have the record and the resources to defeat him.
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"Law firm studio doing doing right this is KDKA radio it's twenty four degrees international at six o'clock I Melinda rotor the first American has died from the corona virus health officials confirm a sixty year old American patient died at a hospital in Wuhan China meanwhile the death toll in China has skyrocketed to at least seven hundred twenty two more than thirty four thousand people have been infected by the outbreak now some new strict quarantine rules are being enforced in both Hong Kong and mainland China to curb the spread of the virus BBC news China correspondent Steven McDonald is in Beijing with more on the story these new quarantine provisions carry a potential punishment of a prison sentence if you noted here to it they will send these kind of bracelet things you have to wear a similar to what a court uses one certain restrictions imposed on you to make sure people are moving around now in other parts of China it's different measures this sort of saying to households one or two people can leave the house every couple of days to go shopping a doctor from Westmoreland County has been a suspended for taking kickbacks on opioid prescriptions Thomas Wilton is being charged with healthcare fraud and conspiracy to distribute Fenton all and other drugs the board of medicine found that Wynton accepted payments from drug maker insists between twenty thirteen and twenty fifteen in exchange for either prescribing the drug or increasing dosages of former patients tells Katie K. A. T. V. started going to wit and when his primary care doctor would no longer prescribed pain meds for his back and foot pains he's now dependent on the drugs within a prescribed including oxy code own and Sentinel I shake a lot and I can do what I wanna do you know court records show Whitten is also accused of pre authorizing scripts to be paid for by Medicare Medicaid and Highmark insurance a doctor from Greensburg was sentenced Friday for violating federal narcotics laws the US attorney's office says forty nine year old doctor me lodge a car was found guilty of fourteen counts of illegally dispensing opioids last year evidence into cars trial suggested that he and dispense to various drugs to a patient in exchange for sex and sexually explicit photos and messages in addition to a fifteen thousand dollar fine he'll spend up to forty one months in jail followed by three years of supervision and important road closure in the city to let you know about this weekend PennDOT is inspecting the eastbound ramp from the Boulevard of the allies to the parkway east you can expect a single lane and shoulder restrictions throughout the weekend president trump has fired to government officials who delivered a damaging impeachment inquiry testimony against him one time forty two of the high visibility witnesses in the recent impeachment hearings in the house have lost their jobs one the trump contributor Turner Bassett accordance almond the other is a decorated war veteran lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman nor bookbinder citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington it's not just a problem because it it gives vindictive but it also discourages people from coming forward colonel than men and his twin brother who did not testify were escorted out of the White House by security Tom forty CBS news Washington lawmakers in Virginia I stayed where an average of three hundred people were killed by gun homicides every year are trying to reduce that toll CBS news correspondent Pam colder Virginia Democrats are moving forward with gun control legislation despite fierce opposition from gun rights advocates lawmakers are advancing a bill to ban the sale of assault weapons in the possession of high capacity magazines the measure passed by state house committee and backed by governor Ralph Northam bans the sale of popular eight are fifteen style rifles in the possession of silencers and magazines that hold more than twelve rounds Pam Coulter CBS news and sports the penguins face the Panthers tonight in Florida that game starts at seven o'clock in college hoops bit host Georgia tech at two o'clock today to gain welcomes the St Bonaventure Bonnies at three Robert Morris travels to Sacred Heart for three o'clock and Penn state host Minnesota at four it's six oh for your accu weather forecast is up next let's say you just bought a house bad news.
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"Doing doing right this is KDKA radio thirty two degrees at eleven o'clock I'm border Shaila off authorities have barred travel to and from who by province and its capital Wuhan where the corona virus was first detected before it spread across China into a dozen other countries including the U. S. France and Australia the disease has killed more than fifty people and infected nearly two thousand others Hyatt director of the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine says there are still many unknowns about the disease any business any organization any school should sitting through and and should have actually such a plan what to do in case all I'm gonna make influenza or an epidemic with people are massively ill and stay home how do you assure business continuity and what to do to protect not only the business but the community and all employees and the French government is meeting to decide whether to repatriate same eight hundred French citizens living in Wuhan the Chinese city at the epicenter of that virus a final decision could come out later today after the meeting with prime minister Eduard Filippi French automaker PSA already announced plans to repatriate it's French employees and their families from Wuhan after a period of quarantine three people in France are being treated for the new coronavirus and officials say more confirmed cases are likely in China the toll has risen to fifty six dead and nearly two thousand people affected medical teams have begun greeting passengers arriving from China at French airports Iraqi officials say at least twenty two people have been wounded in fresh clashes in a key Baghdad square as hundreds of anti government protesters flooded onto streets of Iraq's capital and south cities on Sunday in defiance of a powerful Iraqi religious leader who recently withdrew his support from the popular movement the presence of the cleric's followers had served as protection from the protesters from security forces and other groups attacking them their departure from Baghdad star here square the hub of the protest movement had sparked fears of security crackdown the anti government protests began in October and are demanding the overhaul of Iraq's sectarian system Troy hill man was detained after federal agents executed a search warrant at his residence last week yielding seven firearms including an A. R. fifteen style assault rifle two shot guns three revolvers images of the resident fifty year old Dennis Allen rigs wearing **** clothing and giving a **** salute as well as footage of the twenty nineteen Christ's church massacre in New Zealand according to KDKA TV F. B. I. special agents and task force officers also discovered rigs decorating his house with **** and Hitler posters and pictures possessing numerous other weapons knives and daggers and having hundreds of bottles of liquor and alcohol Robert Davis is a neighbor of rigs I live right across the street from any of the tiny creek and shot me my brother my kids you know or anybody Riggs is being charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon the sixty second Grammy awards will air tonight on CBS with Alicia keys hosting nominees in some of the top categories include favorites like Billy I list listal analog sex but this year's show has already seen controversy over allegations from suspended recording company C. E. O. Dever Dugan that this year's song of the year nomination was manipulated to include a less deserving artist something the academy denies CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman will be there three performers could dominate tonight's Grammy show eighteen.
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"Doing good doing right this is KDKA radio thirty degrees at seven o'clock time more Shaila off a partisan government accountability office found that the White House broke the law by withholding security aid for Ukraine approved by Congress CBS news White House correspondent Paula reed has more we have more evidence coming out that undermines the white house's defense during the Senate trial and in this report hi this is a a nonpartisan Congressional watchdog and they concluded that the White House budget office violated the law when it froze at U. S. military aid to Ukraine in fact the report specifically states the law does not permit the president to substitute his own policy priorities for those Congress has enacted his Republican U. S. senator Pat Toomey says the Senate should conduct a fair impeachment trial of president Donald Trump but he gave no indication of whether he's support calling witnesses to me said in a brief statement today the Senate should allow house managers to make their case the president's lawyers to make theirs and senators to pose questions he says the Senate can then decide what if any further steps are necessary after that Democrats are requesting that the trial including new witnesses and documents not available for the house impeachment proceedings but it'll need Republican support Pennsylvania's belt and serving as commercial casinos reached a new high in revenue last year a record boosted by an aggressive new expansion of gambling authorized in the twenty seventeen gambling online gambling bill the Pennsylvania gaming control board said Thursday that revenue at the state's twelve casinos as well as through fantasy sports contests and video gambling terminals at truck stops rose in twenty nineteen by one hundred and forty six million dollars or four point five percent to above three point four billion dollars it was the fifth straight calendar year that casino revenue grew in Pennsylvania the twenty nineteen figures had the first results from online gambling and sports betting Pennsylvania's commercial casinos are now number two in the nation in gross revenue after an about us Pennsylvania joins a fourteen other states Washington DC and New York City in a lawsuit against the trump administration's proposal to cut nutrition assistance Attorney General John Shapiro says the change would prevent states from expending snap benefits or food stamps for seven hundred thousand Americans including eighty thousand Pennsylvanians the suit alleges the U. S. D. A. violated a federal making policies and the rule would pose significant regulatory burdens for Pittsburgh woman says her father's life savings were seized from her by a federal agency at Pittsburgh International Airport last August now she's filed suit against the D. E. A. N. to TSA to get the cash back you're mad and then your eight you know intimidated and scared and worried this is my dad late stating Rebecca brown of Lowell Massachusetts was visiting her father in south Fayette she says he gave her the cash and she was to deposited back home she's working with the nonprofit institute for justice which has filed suit over similar caches Caesar's at airports in sports the penguins play in Boston tonight then in Detroit to tomorrow night and Carlos Beltran is out as manager of the New York Mets amid fallout from the Houston Astros sign stealing scandal it's seven oh three triple a traffic and accu weather together next let's face it most new year's resolutions are.
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"Is KDKA radio thirty three degrees of seven I am good morning I'm showed a studio CBS news special report Iran calls its attack on two Iraqi bases that house American and coalition troops quote proportionate measures is self defense its leader Ayatollah Khamenei is heard here through an interpreter and the homeowner engines retaliations different users or we just give them a slap in the face last night correspondent Elizabeth Palmer is in Tehran revolutionary guards posted a statement on their website which was also carried on Iranian television where they said if there is a reprisal for last night's attack then the guards will respond so that was an explicit threat of escalation earlier doesn't missiles hit two air bases or our military bases CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons says they may have just been warning shots a line has the capability to be precise in their targeting so if they are just virtually lobbing missiles close to these areas they're just showing more Lester capability CBS news special report on Peter king and I'm Joe to steal Pittsburgh area congressman guy Russian fall arrest this morning on the KDKA radio morning news if he thinks the US is added to war I don't think we are entering the war no one wants a ground war interbrand particularly the Iranian and they know that would be the end of their regime congressional leaders to be briefed today here shots fired after high school basketball game last night in McKee's port three people taken to hospitals and having on Washington Street around nine PM police say shots came from a black SUV aimed at a white Dodge charger KDKA TV is Lindsey ward says the charger sped up hit a pole and then rolled over the sea inside the white Dodge charger.
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"Firm studio doing good doing right this is KDKA radio sixteen degrees at six thirty I Melinda rotor at the democratic debate in Los Angeles last night when asked about money and campaign donors may your P. to boot a judge and senator Elizabeth Warren went added about their donors Warren said she doesn't sell access to her time a statement he disagreed with I do not sell access to my time I don't you call billionaire I mean I don't meet behind closed doors with big dollar donors and look I've taken one ought to be an easy step for everyone here he was quick to point out she's a millionaire a democratic led house of representatives in a bipartisan show of unity voted yesterday to pass a renegotiated trade deal with Canada and Mexico at the democratic debate in Los Angeles last night senator Bernie Sanders reacted to the passing of the trade agreement at the end of the day in mind you it is not going to stop outsourcing it is not going to stop corporations from moving to Mexico where manufacturing workers make less than two dollars an hour the Vatican's legal counsel that reviews all complaints of clergy sex abuse is backlogged after a record one thousand cases were reported worldwide this year but the understaffed council has only process to six thousand of the cases it's received since it took over the responsibility for doing so nearly twenty years ago critics point out that the churches in house legal system relies on religious superiors like bishops some with no legal experience to investigate abuse allegations father Thomas Doyle is one of the church's canon lawyers the Vatican itself just using its own mechanism is on canon law system which is woefully inadequate to handle the numbers to handle the complexity of the issue Argentina Mexico Chile Italy and Poland have joined the U. S. among the countries with the most cases nearly a dozen middle school students students in Baldwin are suspended after allegedly drinking alcohol on school property KDKA TV talked with one of the sixth graders suspended from J. E. Harrison middle school he says he didn't know what he was drinking and he did know those alcohol in it I walked into school and my friend told me that my other friend had a drink with sprite nearly ranchers in it and two liter bottle and I took a sip of it and like one for us today he said around ten kids tried to drink Tuesday a teacher got suspicious at lunch time and it was learned the drink had similar effects to alcohol the boys dad says the suspension is too harsh a Washington County fire chief has been detained in Thailand since before thanksgiving no local politicians are appealing to the U. S. embassy there pushing for his release chief Michael Moore I has been serving the Hanover township fire station for more than thirty years his son Dominic Moore and tells Katie K. A. T. V. that she was working in Thailand for General Electric when he was stopped while trying to board a plane he was detained for.
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"Are local on the weekends too and to your calls west and welcome the KDKA radio dole well what's on your mind I wonder if there pardon except hello no I don't hate musicals Southlake too by the way your you did on our subject and what you're talking about the impression okay okay so now if I were in now if I were like Nancy Pelosi I would then flip out on you for suggesting that I do hello no yes because that's how Nancy Pelosi responded to the question what would stop she responded one right and I I just said if I was late all I said can't was if I was like her I would then flip out on you about the idea of daring to even suggest that I could hate somebody okay but to also project that she feels some pathway towards him because she expressed herself in this way if you call now and you don't if there's a way that you don't it is terrible that the public what we saw in the air her response to the question makes sense to you okay yes it does give them from the file the file Catholic look now might feel that way hello what eight thirty we went SO she sat with me she was a devout Catholic she would be pro life if she was a devout Catholic basically if she was a devout Catholic basing her life on the teachings of the Catholic Church she would be pro life well I don't I don't know it all yeah she does she's decided to pick and choose what it is about Catholicism that she likes and she's decided to go with and I want to turn this into a tub an abortion discussion it's more about a cherry picking discussion and going back to the legitimacy of the question and that just because you're Catholic doesn't mean that you love everybody because a because you follow all the Catholic teachings because she clearly doesn't okay well it's clear to me trouble follows the two states the question is not one yeah I think it's the guys should respond in that manner many that she hate the man no more did manage to save her okay he responded and parkway to the appointments that can kill will form on your answer so I mean I don't know based on what the question is legitimate yeah this was your request yeah our response to it what aid workers like in the what is clearly a passionate involvement to have that kind of reaction to the question your dog all right of officer clearly passionate yes like what we have for the fashion press just like that but that wasn't the question though she was passionately responding to the question at that yes he said no yeah your response okay but that passion the this related to first so I mean I know if you ask me about the yes I specific goals I may not like the Pacific bell but how may I respond in a way you know and if it ends up the way it could happen to like dogs in general hello general if you get this despite all these thirty seven you know take his his line about being a Christian I did but don't know first that would be the question but whatever and even access he Kerry picked well I would say I agree with you I am but it needed his level of Christianity is something it's more projected on him by others then he's actually you who you know clearly calling for himself but I appreciate the call can eight six six three nine one at ten twenty jailed new Wilmington walking the KDKA radio Gail thank you Klay the media will take anything it was no I didn't where Robert.
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"On your role welcome the KDKA radio good to have you I'm elated to be here thank you very much for making time I do appreciate this from your perspective help people who are not Porter Rican best understand what the great outrage is importer echo at this point is it just about these messages or does it go deeper than what was discovered in what was released to the public so before the messages for at least the FBI arrested six high former officials cut highly ranked former officials of the Porter Rican got government including former secretary of education Juliet tell her and that way grounds for it like out race you're seeing right now right after Kelleher's arrest leaks occurred and the leaks really reflected the Porter wreaking garments fifteen towards most sectors of the Porter Rican population including extremely sexist common homophobic comments marking and finally like marking here came Maria's static including some very serious I Q. say comments regarding hiding or marking the bodies that were still being process by Porter Ricans forensics adornment forensics so people can have not been able to bury their dead and that was being blocked by a government official so that extreme out rations programs have been ongoing since last Saturday if I'm not mistaken and it is so for a lot of people across the continental United States the over of Porter Rican descent and people who are just sympathetic to the Porter Rican because are forming different protest marches of the wrong what are you looking at for tomorrow afternoon early evening in Pittsburgh so here in Pittsburgh we have a Porter Rican population but it is it is very small and we gathered the B. first gathered last Wednesday thanks to the invitation of law professor she never looked Martinez was Porter you can and a group of young Porter Ricans wanted to just meet up and build community and we still felt some uneasiness and wanted to demonstrate again so we decided to organized a demonstration on tomorrow Monday because Porter Ricans are staging a national strike so the picture demonstration will take place in the Roberto Clemente bridge Costa Roberto Clemente statue and we might want to pay hommage to Roberto Clemente who is a very beloved figure both in the archipelago in here in Pittsburgh do you get them does someone need to be Porter Rican to be a part of this absolutely not so we are trying to build community but also educated and make pottery can issues visible so if you want to learn about what's going on if you want to support Porter Ricans in Pittsburgh you're more than welcome to come let the Porto Rican population has been going through some hard times emotionally because it's the only time I find comparable to that of what's happening now is that of hurricane Maria one most Porter Ricans here on the main line with the flying home health now some forty can hear either want to fly home and I'd or protest if you spend time with their families in this moment of historical transformation instruct so if you want to demonstrate support for the pottery can community and anyway you're more than welcome to join us is there something for people who are non Porter Rican that they can identify with in this protest that would would resonate with a made to speak to those individuals that really aren't into the Porter wreaking government or any aspect of that but there's a principle that crosses over is that we should be resonating with people so first I would argue that anyone who has anything against government corruption find a common cause with us who are demonstrating tomorrow evening also anyone who knew anything about hurricane Maria we are still mourning and grieving are dead and this is it these protests have helped process that trauma so many folks here in the mainland cool well it's we'll have anything and any feelings of support for those who grieve or for those who oppose government corruption can definitely join up one of the things it's the most heartbreaking for me with who's watching this and and being a part of some of the relief and rescue efforts that have taken place since hurricane Maria is that I have encountered individuals that are on the ground that are truly victims and see others as being in a greater state of being a victim than themselves and wanted to do to help for others no matter how much they have been a horribly impacted by the storm so I see so many aspects of the great heart of the people of Porto Rico that reminds me of the great heart of the people here in Pittsburgh that would give to those causes in the first place and it's good with great frustration as an American to look down at that island and I say down this from the standpoint of how you would look from a map and see the level of corruption and mismanagement that is so widespread a with the indictments that have come down within the past week or two that individuals that truly needed the help in order to restore their lives to some semblance of normalcy but were denied that an order for these allegedly these these elected officials these bureaucrats to then line their own pockets and then extend the misery of the people on their own island to who they are sworn to do be defending and up holding and trying to ease their pain and suffering is just absolutely outrageous and I think in a in a lot of ways Americans on the mainland can recognize that that there are governments that horribly mismanaged money from the federal level to the state level to a local level they have done that does it have been involved in criminal endeavors in order to died take those dollars and not use them as prudently as possible for their constituents and in some cases line their own pockets and I would agree with you there should be that aspect of the connectedness bitter for no other reason American citizens are protesting about government that is not treating them the way that they ought to be treated and X. committing crimes against them and for that reason alone I can see a reason for people to say I want to stand in a level of solidarity with you because I wouldn't want to happening here I get outraged when it happens here and I'm outraged equally as it happens there yeah absolutely and it's it's it's interesting of exercise he would witness tomorrow because as I said but perhaps a Porter Rican population that is very dispersed geographically this is an opportunity that we will use not only to show our support for our unpopular from patients India and the archipelago but to build our own community so we would be happy to interact with anyone who wants to be part of that exercise I once again it's happening tomorrow at five thirty right outside PNC park near the Roberto Clemente bridge next to the statue that is right there as well Aurora thank you very much for your time I do appreciate you coming on with me thank you for having actually all the best of you tomorrow as well stay right there whole lot more to come and you 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