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"kenneth martin" Discussed on WTVN
"ABC is Kenneth Martin del Rio Port of entry still temporarily closed amid the migrant surge traffic diverted nearly 60 miles away and see you doubt Acuna, Mexico. Our team captured Mexican authorities patrolling the river and stopping migrants from crossing into the US many of the migrants coming from Haiti, which remains unstable after the assassination of its president and a deadly earthquake in August. Border Patrol says it's working around the clock to get them. Moved. The FBI says the body found in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Forest appears to be that of Gabby Petito, whose boyfriend came back to Florida last week without her and he's missing, considered a person of interest in her disappearance, last believed to have gone to a Northport Wildlife area. FBI agent Charles Jones as every parent can imagine. This is an incredibly difficult time for the family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. No cause of death for potato confirmed a Navy training jet crashed into a backyard and caused some damage, but nothing extensive in Lake Worth, Texas near Fort Worth. Military official tells ABC News. Two pilots are hurt one seriously caused the crash under investigation in the first hour of the Emmys tonight, the show tied for the most nominations, The Crown has the most wins his ABCs Jason Nathan Son in Hollywood. Ted Lasso, scoring a couple of goals. Best supporting actor in a comedy going to star and writer Brett Goldstein. Supporting actress going to handle wanting him or in a Washington is presenter Seth Rogan accidentally called her and then the limited series or movie category. Voters love the accents of Mayor of East Town. Julianne Nicholson and Evan Peters, both winning and that supporting category beating.
Reflecting on the Tokyo Games
"Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo didn't happen without serious controversy, many questioning whether the games should have gone on at all. Given Japan's low vaccination rate, and the numbers of people who have been infected with coronavirus, ABC is Kenneth Martin is covered pretty much every corner of the Olympics while in Tokyo. And he offered his thoughts on Friday, just as the games were beginning to wrap up, Ken, you were there for a lot of the most dramatic moments of these Olympics. What's your take this year? What a year? I mean the masks the pandemic. Simone Biles, give us a rundown sherry. It's something that we've never seen before. A delayed plagued Olympics and I actually said, expect the unexpected when it came to these Olympics because We didn't know when we landed here in Tokyo. What was going to happen? We knew when it came to Covid protocols. They were pretty strict. I couldn't go out into public spaces. I couldn't walk on the sidewalks. I couldn't eat in restaurants, which is really tough for me. You know me Sherry. So when it came to what we saw here, I don't think I'll ever experience anything like it again. What were the most exciting moments do you think of of these delayed Olympics? Simone Biles was the biggest story of these Olympics, I think, and that's because all eyes were on this young woman who we had such high expectations. And she came in here and we were expecting so much. And then she said, No, I'm having an issue. I'm going to work on myself. I don't care if billions of people are watching me. My mental health comes first. And then, when she was ready, she decided to get back on the horse or balance beam. She delivered a solid routine and walked away with an Olympic medal. And what we saw is other athletes talking about mental health. So during the press conferences after a lot of these athletes competed. The American ones were asked about Simone Biles asked about mental health and they really opened up. They had honest conversations, and for many
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Delta Flight Diverted When off-Duty Flight Attendant Becomes Unruly
"A Delta Airlines employee has been arrested for causing a flight from L. A x to Atlanta to land in Oklahoma City, ABC. Kenneth Martin says the employee allegedly threatened to take down the flight on Friday night. Delta crew members and passengers tackling an off duty Delta flight attendant thought authorities say the unruly passenger 34 year old Stefan Jamaar, Duncan, was showing signs of mental health issues and threatening to take down the L. A to Atlanta flight. Passengers say the man's appearance when boarding the plane raised eyebrows, questioning why he was allowed to board the flight. We're going to swat like helmet, me and elbow pads. The plane made an emergency landing in Oklahoma City, where it was swept in. Cleared. The FBI is now handling the
News, Traffic and Weather
Off-Duty Flight Attendant Questioned by FBI After in-Flight Struggle
"34 year old Stefan Jamaar Duncan. He is the off duty Delta flight attendant who allegedly caused a disturbance on a flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta Friday night. That plane was forced to divert to Oklahoma City. He was subdued by passengers and crew. ABC is Kenneth Martin has more federal authorities are investigating this incident on that Delta flight. We've seen unruly air travelers before. But there's more concerned over the fact that this allegedly involved a person who's trained to know the ins and outs of the cabin of an aircraft flying a bit higher. The
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Weekly jobless claims rise less than expected
"Filing for first time jobless claims just last week that on top of the million still out of work and struggling in this pandemic, ABC is Kenneth Martin has more help coming just in time. For people like Antonio Gonzalez in Ohio. We were strolling, but now we feel a lot better. We are happier than help is on the way. The bill also lowers health. Your premiums for people on obamacare and extends help for the airline industry. United Airlines now withdrawing his furlough notices and American Airlines CEO sending the letter to 13,000 employees saying to those who had received notices warning of furloughs, those air happily canceled, you can tear them up. We're getting closer to spring, but Colorado is bracing for a
KOA 850 AM
"kenneth martin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Vale that's just south of the Vale area. Avalanche warnings in the mountains have been extended. The danger is considered a four out of five and it's already been a tragic week in the high country K away News Radio's Chuck Clark is live with that part of the story. That's right. April kind of Brooks kind of touched on it. Another skier died. Eagle County Sheriff's Office says it happened yesterday around noon. Just outside Veil mountains boundaries. The scare was caught but didn't get pulled out with CPR didn't work, and he did not survive after three died in a slide Monday near Silverton. There have now been a total of eight skiers who have died from avalanches season Colorado all back country skiers. Earlier this week, the Colorado Avalanche Center called this the most dangerous snowpack in a decade and tweeted an ominous warning. Do not underestimate the danger. Chuck Clark, a waiter's radio, the U. S. On the verge of getting a third vaccine to battle covert, 19. Johnson and Johnson is no seeking emergency use authorization for it shot known to be 100%, effective at preventing hospitalizations and deaths. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is also easier to handle than current vaccines available. It can be stored in regular refrigerator temperatures and requires only one shot instead of to, the FDA says outside experts will review the vaccine. February 26. Will likely be available in March, according to Dr Anthony Fauci, that'll be yet again another good vaccine in the armamentarium of our of our tools to fight this pandemic that is a B C's Kenneth Martin reporting $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief. It is moving forward after the Senate approved a budget Reds resolution overnight. NBC's Tracie Potts, Democrats cleared a hurdle allowing a vote on covert relieved to pass with no Republican support. The plan includes a $1400 direct payments, $400 week jobless benefits through September and $350 billion for state and local governments. That is one of the hang ups. This morning's vote came just after 3 a.m. our time following 14 hours. Of Amendment debate, a pandemics having a big impact on our state's workforce. Colorado's unemployment call center has been just overwhelmed after a phased roll out of the Federal Pandemic Benefit program started this week to address call volume in the Call center This week. We added just about over 11,500 callback appointments through the virtual agent. We are working on staffing between 505 150 agents. Our call center is now staff with about 440 agents, Colorado Department of Labor and Employment executive director job, Marella says 100 more are in training more will be doing the same next week.
"kenneth martin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is also easier to handle than current vaccines available. It can distort it. Regular refrigerator temperatures. Requires only one shot instead of to, the FDA says outside experts will review the vaccine. February 26. It will likely be available in March, according to Dr Anthony Fauci, that'll be yet again Another good vaccine. In the armamentarium of our of our tools to fight this pandemic. Kenneth Martin in the Bronx, a mass vaccination site opening this morning at Yankee Stadium. It's just for residents of the Bronx. And there's a lot of appointments of 80. It's opening day at the Yankee Stadium vaccination site, and so far, the city is striking out with sign ups. Thousands of time slots for appointments are still open at the mega site reserved exclusively for Bronx residents in the hardest hit burrow. Mark Levin, chair of City Council's Health committee, tweeted the city should have teams all over the borough signing people up. The city says it is, but there has been resistance in black and Latino communities to getting the shot amid fears of adverse reactions. Alice stacked in Racine E. W. O R News Governor Cuomo telling Mayor De Blasio No, You can't do it. He's rejecting the mayor's bid to use second dose is being held in reserve. In order to give New Yorkers of first shot because of lack of supply. Mayor de Blasio was formally asking permission. From the state to use second doses which are sitting on shelves. Anyone out there with a senior, You love it is your mom. Your dad? Your grandparents? Your aunt, Your uncle. I think you know what I'm saying. Right now. They are desperate. Get any protection. All of that first dose gives him 50% protection. Isn't it the moral thing to do to maximize the number of first doses, he says. There will only be a brief delay, then getting the second dose patients. However, New York State's health commissioner wrote a letter back to the mayor, saying the CDC at this time does not recommend using second dose is in place of first ones. I'm Scott Pringle, double the O R news. In New Jersey today, indoor capacity restrictions being eased restaurants, casinos, Jim's nail salons, barbershops, all able to fill up seats up to 35%.
KUGN 590 AM
"kenneth martin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Brought up everybody and she came to the flat. She came inside our conference and announce them as well. She said She was wrong. But Green hasn't publicly denounced her Cuban on support. US. Democrats will now vote on whether to remove her from committees and he failed. ABC News Washington The number three Republican leader in the House list, Cheney will retain her leadership role. She was chastised by some in the party for voting to impeach President Trump. A new study shows people in the group most responsible for spreading cove. It are in the back of the line for the vaccine, Researchers have found. People between the ages of 20 and 49 were responsible for spreading more than 70% of covert cases in the U. S last year, a young population is a large driving for us. A lot of them got quarantined fatigue, a lot of them around the workplace, and they potentially are in contact with a lot of people. So in order for us to fully get to herd immunity, we do need to vaccinate all young people. Hospitalizations in cases are down nationwide. Bc's Kenneth Martin This scientist, starting a study today to see if you get more protection by mixing covert vaccines are former Columbus, Ohio Police officer has a bail hearing today. Adam Koy shot and killed Andre Hill, an unarmed black man who was holding a cell phone, not a gun on Wednesday of Franklin County Grand jury indicted him on murder charges Hill family attorney Michael Rights We believe that it was murder. We believe that it was the intentional killing of a Minister Hell that should not have occurred. So we think Murder is appropriate Toys. Lawyer says his actions were reasonable. Based on the situation. You're listening to ABC News. Have you heard? Ah, Secret hoard of 18. 88. Morgan Silver dollars has been found These.
America in the Morning
Major storm hits Northeast, more than foot of snow forecast
"I'm Dave Packard. The big Dig out in the Northeast today after the region was buried by a major winter storm. ABC is Kenneth Martin. Some areas receiving up to 3 Ft. Of snow in New Jersey Cement trucks have been outfitted with plows to help keep up with snow removal along the New Jersey shore, severe flooding a major threat as high tides and 10 Ft Way slam the coast. In Connecticut, a dramatic rescue after police say a driver doing doughnuts lost control of his truck sliding into the water to people inside, pulled to safety at the airports in the region. More than 1600 flights canceled and covert 19 vaccination sides in New York City and other parts of the
"kenneth martin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather News. 93 Point war king of PK from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. We've learned of the death of veteran actor Hal Holbrook. The New York Times says Holbrook died of his home in Beverly Hills, January 23rd. We're trying Deep throat in all the president's men was one of his more notable roles. He was also known for playing Mark Twain on stage and on TV. Cam by railroad is on those trains against tired ever, seven minutes as to stop and rest for three quarters of an hour. Hell, Holbrook was 95. For about two hours of the White House. Last night, President Biden huddled with a group of 10 moderate Republican senators talking about their differing visions of pandemic relief. Maine Susan Collins. I wouldn't say that we came together on a package tonight. No one expected that in a two hour meeting, But what we did agree to do is to follow up and tuck further. The Republicans have a package. That's one third the size of what the president wants. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer, Democrat Let's welcome the ideas and input of our Senate Republican colleagues. The only thing we cannot accept is a package that is too small or too narrow to pull our country out of this emergency. A lot of the Northeast US will continue digging out today after a brutal winter storm. Some areas receiving up to 3 Ft of snow in New Jersey Cement trucks have been outfitted with plows to help keep up with snow removal along the New Jersey shore, severe flooding a major threat as high tides and 10 Ft. Way slam the coast. The airports in the region. More than 1600 flights canceled. ABC is Kenneth Martin Lee Storm now taking aim at northern New England. Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny faces a hearing in Moscow. The Russians alleged Navalny violated probation and want Vladimir Putin's most prominent critic in prison. For 3.5.
KUGN 590 AM
"kenneth martin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"In the heart of Winter slams into a Birmingham, Alabama suburb got out of bed to look out the window, and once I looked out the window, the window was shaking and the wind was blowing and I could see the garbage cans at the gas station next door, blowing all over the place Hendricks and heavily damaged Hotel and Fulton, Dale, Alabama, north of Birmingham. Several people were trapped in buildings and cars. They spent the night trying to get them out of people, and they're trapped in their houses that we are still trying to access at this time until Mayor Larry Holcomb. The corner says At least one person was killed and more than two dozen were injured. The clock is now ticking on President Trump's second impeachment. Try a lady See congressional correspondent Rachel Scott on Capitol Hill. That trial is not expected to begin in earnest until the week of February 8th and that delay was meant to give both sides some time to prepare. Trump has really struggled to put together a defense team. Democrats also wanted to be able to push through President Joe Biden's Cabinet picks. Cases of covert are on the decline across the country. But variants believed to beam or contagious have now been detected. Station first discovered in Brazil has now been detected in Minnesota. The State Health Department says. The case involves a resident with recent travel history to Brazil. The Brazilian Berry and found in Minnesota is said to be more contagious than the more common strains and a variant that originated in England now spreading and at least 2016. NBC's Kenneth Martin Moderna says it's working on a booster shot. Increasing effectiveness of its back seen older Americans, doctors and nurses. Now teachers starting to get their vaccines. When will the general public be allowed to get their shots likely will be sometime in April. But before will be when you get to the point where everyone will have been vaccinated Resident Biden's chief medical advisor on covert Dr Anthony Fauci, some asking about wearing Two masks. If it'll become the norm. Many doctors say their focus.
"kenneth martin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Get out of bed to look out the window, and once I looked out the window, the window was shaking and the wind was blowing and I could see the garbage cans at the gas station next door, blowing all over the place Hendricks and heavily damaged Hotel and Fulton Dale, Alabama, north of Birmingham. Several people were trapped in buildings and cars. They spent the night trying to get them out people and they're trapped in their houses that we are still trying to access that system. Bolton tell Mayor Larry Holcomb. The corner says at least one person was killed and more than two dozen were injured. The clock is now ticking on President Trump's second impeachment. Try a lady See congressional correspondent Rachel Scott on Capitol Hill. That trial is not expected to begin in earnest until the week of February 8th and that delay was meant to give both sides and time to prepare. Trump has really struggled to put together a defense team. Democrats also wanted to be able to push through President Joe Biden's Cabinet picks. Faces of covert are on the decline across the country, but variants believed to beam or contagious have now been detected. Station first discovered in Brazil has now been detected in Minnesota. The State Health Department says. The case involves a resident with recent travel history to Brazil. The Brazilian Berry and found in Minnesota is said to be more contagious than the more common strains and a variant that originated in England now spreading and at least 2016. NBC's Kenneth Martin Moderna says it's working on a booster shot to increase the effectiveness of its vaccine old. Are Americans, doctors and nurses, not teachers starting to get their vaccines. When will the general public be allowed to get their shots? You likely will be sometime in April. But the fall will be when you get to the point where everyone will have been vaccinated Resident Biden's chief medical advisor on covert Dr Anthony Fauci, some asking about wearing two masks. If it'll become the norm, many doctors say their focus is getting on more people to wear even one mask. Listening to ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1.
"kenneth martin" Discussed on KGO 810
"In the heart of Winter slams into a Birmingham, Alabama suburb. Get out of bed to look out the window, And once I looked out the window, the window was shaking and the wind was blowing and I could see the garbage cans at the gas station next door, blowing all over the place Hendricks and heavily damaged Hotel and Fulton, Dale, Alabama, north of Birmingham. Several people were trapped in buildings and cars. They spent the night trying to get them out of people and they're trapped in their houses that we are still trying to access it this time to tell Mayor Larry Holcomb. The corner says At least one person was killed and more than two dozen were injured. The clock is now ticking on President Trump's second impeachment. Try a lady See congressional correspondent Rachel Scott on Capitol Hill. That trial is not expected to begin in earnest until the week of February 8th and that delay was meant to give both sides and time to prepare. Trump has really struggled to put together a defense team. Democrats also wanted to be able to push through President Joe Biden's Cabinet picks. Cases of covert are on the decline across the country. But variants believed to be more contagious, have now been detected. Station first discovered in Brazil has now been detected in Minnesota. The State Health Department says. The case involves a resident with recent travel history to Brazil. The Brazilian Berry and found in Minnesota is said to be more contagious than the more common strains and a variant that originated in England now spreading and at least 2016. NBC's Kenneth Martin Moderna says it's working on a booster shot. Increasing effectiveness of its vaccine. Older Americans, doctors and nurses now teachers starting to get their vaccines. When will the general public be allowed to get their shots? You likely will be sometime in April. But before will be when you get to the point where everyone will have been vaccinated incident, Biden's chief medical advisor on covert Dr Anthony Fauci, some asking about wearing two masks. If it'll become the norm, many doctors say their focus is getting on more people to wear even one mask. Listening to ABC News. Do you check your Google search results regularly. You should people often get their first impression of.
KFI AM 640
"kenneth martin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Here in California, talking to members of the military Pence and his wife, Karen, visited Naval Air Station Lemorin, Central California yesterday afternoon pens had some advice for service members and their families in these challenging times across the wider world. Be vigilant. Mind your mission. Respect the unified chain of command. Take care of each other Pence has headed to Fort Drum, New York next. He's planning to attend Joe Biden's inauguration Wednesday. A man from Virginia has been arrested with a loaded handgun, 500 rounds of ammunition and fake inauguration credentials as he tried to get through the police checkpoint just north of the U. S. Capitol Building. Police arrested the guy Friday night. ABC is Kenneth Martin says to keep people out fences have gone up all over D C from the White House of the capital. What we're seeing is barricades everywhere, especially downtown here in D. C. U. S Secret Service is running the show here. But the agency also says every state is pursuing leads a potential threats as it works to fortify Washington, D C. Governor Newsome has ordered 1000 national guards to protect the capital in Sacramento and the CHP has been put on tactical alert, which allows the CHP to increase the number of officers available to help protect the state's roadways, Buildings and the state capital. Only about a third. The number of passengers have traveled through Elliot's in 2019 traveled through last year. L E X officials say an estimated 29 million passengers pass through the airport in 2020, compared.
"kenneth martin" Discussed on KGO 810
"ABC News. I'm Dave Packer. With just four days left of the Trump presidency, Federal authorities have strong evidence. More demonstrations are being planned. ABC is Kenneth Martin is in Washington were just days away from the largest security effort ever to protect an inauguration, the nation's capital of Fortress Vince's up checkpoints in place and barricades down armed members of the National Guard on duty. The FBI is worried about the substantial threat of improvised explosive devices on in our Duration day and the ongoing threat to political leaders and security beefed up in all 50 state capitals. Minnesota Governor Tim Wall says their security plan for the state Capitol in Saint Paul is in place. These are complex operations. They're expensive. It's about making sure that we're right sizing and again. We can't err on the side of having too few people you have there on the side of having too many. Meanwhile, arrest continuing of those connected to the capital riot among those no charged I'm gonna a far right blogger who goes by the name baked Alaska and a New York man Today, the FBI arrested Edward Jacob Lang at his apartment in Newburgh, New York on charges stemming from his alleged participation in the insurrection of the capital, a law enforcement official told ABC News Lying posted images of himself with riot. One post said he witnessed a woman trampled In another, he claimed to have been shot in the foot. Lang is now among scores of individuals arrested. Federal prosecutors have said they eventually expect hundreds to face charges for on a virus vaccine supply chain blips as the U. S struggles to ramp.
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"kenneth martin" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Information fueled opinion driven. This is Nashville's news and talk leader. Super talk 99 7. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer. With just four days left of the Trump presidency, Federal authorities have strong evidence. More demonstrations are being planned. ABC is Kenneth Martin is in Washington or just days away from the largest security effort ever to protect an inauguration, the nation's capital of Fortress Fences up checkpoints in place and barricades down armed members of the National Guard on duty. The FBI is worried about the substantial threat of improvised explosive devices on Inauguration day, and the ongoing threat to political leaders and security beefed up in all 50 state capitals. Minnesota Governor Tim Wall says their security plan for the state Capitol in Saint Paul is in place is complex. Operations. They're expensive. It's about making sure that we're right, sizing and again. We can't err on the side of having too few people you have there on the side of having too many. Meanwhile, arrest continuing of those connected to the capital riot among those now charged I'm gonna a far right blogger who goes by the name baked Alaska and a New York man Today, the FBI arrested Edward Jacob Lang at his apartment in Newburgh, New York on charges stemming from his alleged participation in the insurrection of the capital, a law enforcement official told ABC News. Lange posted images of himself with riot one post said he witnessed a woman trampled In another, he claimed to have been shot in the foot. Lang is now among scores of individuals arrested. Federal prosecutors have said they eventually expect hundreds to face charges for on a virus vaccine supply chain blips as the U. S struggles to ramp up the pace of vaccinations. ABC is Trevor Altar as more Americans. Demand for vaccines is now greatly outpacing are available supply. With millions hanging in the balance. Multiple states now scaling back distribution plans. They just ramped up. Several governors accusing the Trump administration of lying to them that 20 million more doses were about to become available. You're listening to ABC.
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"kenneth martin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Debates. Spook Transfer power has been a hallmark of our democracy. In this country, The will of the American people reigns supreme over the ambitions of any individual. Every single president has honored upheld these principles until now, House Republican Darrell Isis says the body is trying to punish the president for the last four years. What's being debated is whether with 167 hours left until he leaves office. Is he a clear and present danger and he clearly isn't the California congressman says the president's actions have remained the same since he took office. The president, responding to some members of the GOP, who have signaled they will vote to impeach number three House Republican Liz Cheney says she will vote for impeachment, Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell said to be angry with the president. The New York Times reporting, McConnell's glad Democrats are moving against him. Officials close to the West Wing say the president's livid and frustrated that he cannot fight back on his Twitter account, which has been shut down the theater's Sunder Madani, along with Twitter. The president's also been banned from Facebook and other social media platforms. Since after last week's capital riots, more details now on what the grounds looked like in Washington during these ongoing impeachment debates, just remarkable scene here in the capital, there are rows of national Guard troops who are lining the sidewalk all the way around the U. S capitol. They are armed. They are on watch. They are on guard looking for any potential problems. We haven't seen one pro trump demonstrator, but that doesn't mean they're not in the area. Also on the scene right now U S Secret Service backing up Capitol police. Quite a different scene that we saw one week ago when approach of rioters ransacked the U. S. Capitol. This place was under siege today is completely different. Kenneth Martin ABC News The Capitol officials in DC say they are grateful for all of the National Guard troops that are in the district for this weekend next. D C. Police chief Robert Conte says they're getting significant backup. Thank you can expect to see somewhere upwards.
"kenneth martin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Gavel, like Montreuil of Tennessee, and Larry Rendell, Brock of Texas, both sing with ZIP ties inside the Senate chamber. Among the arrest Cleveland Grover merited junior accused of bringing an assault rifle into D. C. And threatening and text messages to kill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Live TV. NBC's Kenneth Martin Pelosi on CBS's 60 Minutes, Calling President Trump deranged, unhinged and dangerous Sense says If the vice president doesn't move to invoke the 25th amendment, she'll move forward with a second impeachment. First lady Melania Trump, issuing her first statement since the Sea is saying she is quote, disappointed and disheartened. Sherry Preston ABC NEWS Siding Unlimited WTMJ news time 7 31 from the WTMJ Breaking News Center. President Trump has nine days left in office and is on the verge of a possible second impeachment. But the White House is planning on ramping up his remaining schedule. President Trump has kept a very light schedule since Election Day, very few public events he's growing increasingly isolated at the White House, his social media accounts. Are locked, taking away his primary means of communication. But the White House is planning a full schedule of events this week, the last full week of his presidency. Officials say the goal is the highlight President Trump's record, but that may be challenging, given the House Democrats movement toward a second impeachment. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Republicans in the state Senate poised to take up its own cove in 19 relief measure this week. WTMJ is Tony Bennett is live in the breaking news center, and it comes after the Assembly passed its version along party lines last week. The Senate Finance Committee scheduling a hearing on the bill today, Senate Majority Leader Devin Lemack You says a likely amend the package during a four session tomorrow still unclear what changes would be included. We are expected to learn more about it today. Republican State Senator Steve Nash says he wouldn't support a bill that does not reopen state government or give funding priority to schools that are providing in person instruction. Governor Evers already indicating he would feed all the assembly's bill, should it reach his desk. Demonstrations expected today in South Milwaukee. Students and parents fighting back into the classroom. TMJ force Adriana Mendez has more from self Milwaukee High School District has three reopening option plans. Two out of the three plans would resume classes to a hybrid model on January 18th for elementary students and January 25th for middle and high school students. One of the options would resume to a hybrid model on February 1st for middle and high school students as well. Now, the district says safety is their top priority, and their plan reflects the latest federal state and local safety guidance school Board set to vote on a return during a meeting tonight one local health leaders having hopeful as the Copa 19 vaccine will play a positive role is this pan? Then it continues. It is different than it was a month and a half ago, Milwaukee County's director of medical services, Dr Ben Weston says. Even with the rate of new cases rising, having a vaccine means a new way to slow its spread those health care workers those AMs providers those in long term care facilities are now getting vaccinated. He's also encouraging people to get it when it is available to them after he got his first dose several weeks ago. With no side effects, I could still do everything still do activities. A little bit of a sore arm. That's all I had. He received his second dose last Friday. Rusty Mellberg WTMJ News, a long awaited World Health Organization mission to investigate the origin of the Corona virus, finally got the okay to waiter China starting Thursday. Monday's announcement from China's National Health Commission said the officials will be jointly carrying out scientific research with their Chinese counterparts. The message was scant on details. It's not yet clear whether the team will be visiting Wuhan, where the virus was first detected in late 2019. The WH show last week had expressed disappointment over delays to the investigation..
State lawmaker who filmed himself storming Capitol resigns
"Manhunt underway for every suspect attacking the Capitol building on Wednesday. The FBI going through photos and videos Many posted by writers themselves as ABC is Kenneth Martin reports. Authorities are making more arrests, including a state lawmaker and a pipe bomb suspect criminal complaint alleges newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans Was live streaming as he entered the capital Evans resigning, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Some writers facing serious charges for the violent and deadly attack Alabama resident Lonny Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. According to a complaint. Kaufman later denied knowing anything about the bombs. Vice
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Man pictured carrying away Pelosi's lectern, two others charged in Capitol riot, Washington DC
"Underway nationwide to track down those involved in Wednesday's deadly riot at the Capitol. ABC is Kenneth Martin is in Washington, D C, with the latest on arrests and charges filed that nationwide manhunt is intensifying for the pro trump rioters and the deadly and violent capital breach. Law enforcement coming through social media, post surveillance, video and mountains of cell phone data receiving thousands of tips after the release of these below posters, new video appearing to show an Associated Press photographer being assaulted by the mob. Thousands were there, but so far only 13 charged in federal court authorities. Id'ing this man at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk. This morning, the suspect, Richard Barnett, in custody and Arkansas. These new images show Burnett turning himself into authorities. Those actions cannot be tolerated and those people must be held accountable. Overnight. Adam Johnson, the man seen carrying Speaker Pelosi's lectern through the Capitol building, arrested in his home state of Florida. Alabama resident Lonnie Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. Hoffman, according to a complaint later denied knowing anything about the bombs. West Virginia State delegate Derrick Evans also charged. Evans attorney says he was exercising his First Amendment and did nothing wrong. Federal
"kenneth martin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"From the weather Channel. I'm Jeff Martin. Have you ls am 8 90 with another update in 30 minutes from ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. A passenger Boeing plane that took off from Indonesia's capital is missing. Authorities say that flight originated in Jakarta. Now recovery efforts are underway. ABC News Aviation contributor Steven Daniel says initial indications point to a severe altitude drop. Why would that about precipitous drop of occurred? Lots of things could happen? Weather does not seem to have been a factor. But we do know that Indonesia has probably the worst air traffic safety record in the world is not the same aircraft is the 7 37 Max jets involved in two deadly crashes. Democrats say they plan to impeach President Trump, saying he incited the mob of Trump supporters to violently breach the U. S. Capitol leading to five deaths. A veces Rachel Scott has more House Democrats do decide to move forward with this impeachment resolution. We could see them introduce this as early as Monday, and so now the White House's blast This as partisan politics. They say that this move would only further divide the country and House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy saying at this point, he doesn't believe necessarily. It would be the right call Flags at the Capitol flying half staff in honor of fallen Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick ABC is Kenneth Martin has more on the expanding criminal investigation, law enforcement coming through social media posts, surveillance, video and mountains of cell phone data. New video appearing to show an Associated Press photographer being assaulted by the mob. Thousands were there, but so far only 13 charged in federal court..
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"George is an incredible scene here. You hear the police sirens? That's because D c police. We know that D C police have tried toe keep people back from the capital as much as possible. But I'm on Pennsylvania Avenue, where people march from the lips from the White House. They actually took up a lot of the streets. They march on Pennsylvania Avenue. They march on Constitution. And then take a look right there to the west front of the Capitol. There are people on these stairs up there who are as Mary mentioned they're banging on the windows. They're banging on the doors. All I see is a sea of red and blue Trump's eyes waving right there. These folks are really fired up. As we know as they tried to storm the camera has a storm the capital, Georgia. One point as we were walking, we heard people chanting way took the capital. We took the capital because they wanted to make sure their voices were heard. At this point. It is incredible situation because we know that the National Guard they are coming by the band lose. To the capital we saw at one point at least 20 Federal Protective Service. Cars that were heading right for the capital way, also saw cars heading toward the White House. Because up and down the streets here in D C. It is quite a situation is an intense situation as federal and local authorities try to keep calm. Try to keep control here in the streets of D. C. But at this point George Way, do not see that happening. We see Trump supporters who are all over the streets right now. They're chanting They are yelling! They're saying Stop this deal they are fighting for President Trump. And at this point as we see there on the Capitol steps on the West front, just a sea of humanity, just a sea of Trump supporters who are actually on the steps and what's really striking is obviously On Inauguration Day on January 20th. We're expecting to see a transition of power there on those same exact steps, but at this moment way see chaos, George Kenneth Martin, speaking to my colleague, George Stephanopoulos. From his vantage point outside the United States Capitol. The House is now being evacuated. Guns.
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"News. I'm Chuck's Iverson getting noticed a comment from a Texas congressman on efforts to try to overturn the presidential election. With dozens of lawsuits and challenges in tossed out of court, citing lack of standing or lack of evidence. The latest of federal court in Tyler, Texas, whose judge was nominated by President Trump throughout a challenge from Congressman Louie Gohmert, Texas Republican and people who are allegedly alternate pro trump electors from Arizona. The court said they have no standing and could not show how they were injured. Gohmert saying this on the cable TV channel Newsmax lot of land he is the court is saying we're not going to touch this. You have no remedy. Basically, in effect, the ruling would be that you got to go to the streets and be his violent is antifa and be Elia. 11. More Republican senators have joined Senator Josh Holly's saying they will contest the electoral college certification. They wanted investigation of alleged voter fraud, which state legislatures, courts and the Justice Department have said. Did not happen on any large basis. The nationwide vaccine rollout as far behind schedule Lesson. Three million people receive the shot so far, far short of the 20 million gold the Trump administration had set for the end of 2020. ABC is Kenneth Martin in Florida singer citizens waiting in line for hours after Governor Rond De Santis expanded eligibility to those over 65 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Traffic backed up the first day residents 75 older. Eligible for the vaccine. You cannot. ABC NEWS Washington Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner visiting the first public vaccination clinic to open in the city. Any resident who is in a qualifying tear, which includes people over the age of 65 can go and get a vaccine. I will tell you, I initial.
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"Quality Sleep. Welcome back to 2020 Year and review from ABC News once again. Here is ABC news correspondent Alex Stone, eight minutes and 46 seconds. That's the amount of time a police officer in Minneapolis had his knee on the neck of George Floyd before May. 25th George Floyd was not a household name. That would change when a video went viral showing police arresting Floyd for allegedly using a counterfeit $20 bill to buy a pack of cigarettes. Floyd died. I'm able to breathe with that knee on his neck. He would prompt weeks of protests, Violence and calls for police reforms in the U. S. It became a political flashpoint during the election. Now I take you back to our coverage from many days of protests following the death of George Floyd, please, Please let me say they received a call about a man who appeared to be under the influence trying to forge a check when they arrived. They say the man resisted officers. Video shows an officer pinning the man down by putting a knee on his neck. After he was put into handcuffs. Officers noticed he was in medical distress, and an ambulance was called. The man died at the hospital. Neapolis Mayor Jacob prices. What happened was wrong at every level. What we saw was horrible, completely and utterly messed up. Protesters plan together Tuesday to demand justice for the victim and his family. About five minutes into the video. Floyd appears to lose consciousness bystanders urging police to check his pulse. But the officer does not get up more than seven minutes into the video, E. M. T s arrive on the scene and check his pulse. The officers need still on Floyd's neck, police mistreatment of black people and focus again. Minneapolis police fired four officers and the killing of George Floyd and unarmed black man in custody and affords check investigation who died while handcuffed my standard video showing an officer kneeling on Floyd's neck as he pleaded, he could not breathe protests and demonstrations overnight in Minneapolis. Anger spilling over at the police involved death of George Floyd seen on video telling an officer holding Floyd's neck on the ground with his knee and he couldn't breathe. ABC is Kenneth Martin has more thousands of demonstrators taking to the streets blocking intersections as police used tear gas to push back the crowd. Some people were seeing throwing objects back at officers, vandalizing a police vehicle and smashing the front window of a police precinct. So many others marching peacefully chanting I can't breathe. Demanding justice for George flowing. Do all of those of you are.
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States impose new restrictions as COVID-19 cases hit record high
"A crisis levels across the country. We would get this morning's update from ABC News correspondent Kenneth Martin with more than 150,000 new cases Thursday. Highest single day total. So far, I said, if we did not get control of this that we could reach 100,000 infections today, and people thought I was being hyperbolic. And now look what's happening. A Utah nearly 4000 new cases shattering the previous single day record, where the breaking point And ready to have some serious repercussions because of that challenge the number of hospitalizations also hitting a record high for the third consecutive day with more than 67,000 patients across the country. In Michigan. One nurse says she was forced to treat a patient and set a storage room because they're running out of beds. The nurses union, saying the hospital wasn't prepared. We all as a community and hospital, we were getting a second round of called it. That hospital, saying it works closely with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to monitor and ensure the best possible care for patients. In the meantime, New York City now preparing to potentially close schools again in Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine and posing a statewide mask mandate and the mayor Milwaukee now supporting a plan to find business is up to $20,000. If they don't comply with restrictions. I know we're all player. I'm tired. You're tired, but we must remain vigilant to do is necessary in Chicago, the mayor now asking people to leave home on leave for a central activities. D'argo now is the same. It is. It was. During the early days of this pandemic, and that is to bend the curve. We're back there. And now the CDC predicting that by the end of Thanksgiving weekend, at least a quarter of a million Americans will have died from Covina. Kenneth Martin ABC
Reports: Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are quarantining due to coronavirus concerns
"Also breaching the Pentagon. All but one of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are now working from home after the vice commandant of the Coast Guard tested positive. ABC is Martha Raddatz, calling it unprecedented even after 9 11 when the building was hit by an airline. Owner they worked out of the Pentagon. It is humiliating to have our nation's highest military officials all confined to their homes, and you can bet our adversaries are getting a good laugh out of it. The Pentagon insists there is no change to the operational readiness or mission capability of the U. S armed forces as Kenneth Martin Kamala Harris
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Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, 27, found dead in Texas hotel room; Monday's game vs. Rangers postponed
"On the minds of many of the mariners and players around baseball twenty seven year old Los Angeles pitcher Tyler Skaggs who died yesterday after being found unresponsive at his Texas hotel room before the angels begin a series with the Rangers ABC Kenneth Martin explains why the angels team is no stranger to tragedy Skaggs is death adds to the list of recent tragedies for the team watch your infielder Louise bell boy that died during an attempted robbery in his native Venezuela and a two thousand nine another young pitcher twenty two year old Nick eight and heart was killed by a drunk driver in the years that followed team major weaver scratch in hearts initials into the mound before each game he pitched Kenneth mode ABC news New York last night's game was canceled on decision on what happens with tonight's game of the others in this