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"kenneth moten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of mutants. You always have to keep an eye on them because they can get to the point. Weren't male mood the mechanisms that you're trying to suppress it, such as with vaccines, the new, more contagious variants are prompting many to upgrade their masks instead of one cloth or surgical masks. Some folks are now wearing to Dr Fauci said this week. There's no official guidance from the CDC. But that could change. I often myself where two masks Can we make a general recommendation that doesn't have scientific basis yet? No. But when the science comes along and tells us that it is better or not, Then you will see a recommendation being made by the CDC baby sees Kenneth Moten has more on some promising studies regarding one vaccine and covert 19 transmission and on a new push to get schools to reopen British scientists in the vaccine from Oxford, AstraZeneca appears to reduce transmission of the virus. Evidence shows the vaccines currently available in the U. S. From Visor to Moderna. Prevents symptoms, but less is known about whether the people vaccinated can still infect others. Data from AstraZeneca also supports spacing out doses so that first doses can be given to more people right away. The study shows a single dose with 76% effective at protecting against the virus for up to three months. That protection increased 82% with the second shot given after 12 weeks. The current vaccines in the U. S require a much shorter period between doses. 21 days between the shots from Fizer 28 between Moderna The study has not been pure reviewed, meaning scientists outside the trial's still have to verify the results. And now it appears the group most responsible for spreading. The virus is in the back of the line for the vaccine. Researchers have found people between the ages of 20 and 49 or responsible for spreading more than 70% of covert cases in the U. S last year. In the meantime, schools are under increasing pressure to reopen. The city of San Francisco, is suing his own school district in an effort to bring back in person classes after the CDC says schools can safely reopen even before all teachers are vaccinated. This week, the White House said it is enlisting FEMA and the military to help administer vaccines to more Americans. Pharmacies in some states will also soon receive allocations of vaccine. And the Defense Production Act will be utilized to increase supply across the U. S. But appointments are particularly tough to get for those who aren't computer savvy ABC Sherry Preston reports on some folks who are using their tech skills to help figuring out the covert vaccine process online has been tough for a lot of people's a lot of clicking, so I don't know how anybody 75 older will do it. She's in Massachusetts carry craters in Texas, watching her parents search for where to go, let her to greed and easy to use website. It provides crowdsourcing so others can sign up more quickly. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that across the country, tech savvy citizens are pitching in to.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The live shots this morning from some of the different cameras and me. We're taking a look at Worcester right now on one of our TVs, And I mean, it does looks like a good old fashioned snowstorm in it absolutely was. And it was parts north and west of Boston. I was coming up this morning around 2 A.m. no, from Weymouth, Quincy for River area and let me tell you stepping outside the door. It was certainly slushy, but I'm like, man. We dodged a bullet Get Out on the roads, and there were a disaster. Quincy Shore, Dr Wallace and Beach The old Wallace in Boulevard is some of our older listeners may remember it as I mean, that is just gonna be a mess all morning long and the flooding is also continuing. We've seen Brant Rock and situate parts of Marshfield, Duxbury, further down on the South Shore. This was mostly rain, but again that presents its own problems when you're along the coast And you throw in some of that slush in the mix. It's just nasty. So even though you may be looking at the morning thinking, Well, we didn't get it. Too bad South Boston get out on those roads and then really experience it. I will admit, Jim, I stopped listening when you said you were out driving at 2 a.m. like me, You know, you know what that is? That's just nuts. Absolutely. Absolutely. That's what we need to do Those nuts to do this job? Absolutely correct. No question. It's on my resume, so This system does trace its roots to an atmospheric river that dumped a foot of rain and then 10 Ft of snow in the mountains of California, and now it's the East Coast turn to deal with it. A B C's Kenneth Moten has more 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.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Learn more at every bottle back. Got work from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark from Georgia to Maine. 19 states along the East Coast or under some kind of winter weather alert, maybe sees Kenneth Moten in New York says it could be the biggest winter storm in years. New York City public schools are switching to remote learning today, covert vaccination appointments are being rescheduled. For those who do go out. Road crews are busy spreading 270,000 tons of salt. A state of emergency has been declared in New Jersey Snow emergencies are also in effect in Philadelphia and Boston. Nearly 1000 flights in the region already canceled more than 250 crashes reported in Virginia alone. Those who are traveling today anywhere in the U. S on public transportation now subject to a CDC mask mandate that requires a face covering for anyone on an airplane, bus, train or taxi. ABC is Faith, the boob, A says after the deadliest month of the pandemic with over 90,000 people dead from Cove in 19 in January, the CDC says nearly 50 million doses of Cupid vaccines have now been distributed, but only 31 million have been administered. Meanwhile, the U. S military saving doses after pausing a controversial plan that would have vaccinated prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. Including 9 11 mastermind Khalid Shaykh Mohammad President Biden will host a group of 10 Republican senators today at the White House. That group is proposing a reduced relief package countering the president's $1.9 trillion proposal. But Sunday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer hinted the Democrats may go it alone with just a simple majority in the Senate. We hope We.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Rick you Chino Breaking Now, with many states reporting dwindling supplies of covert 19 vaccines. President Biden hopes to ramp up the roll out in the coming weeks, but officials say it could be some time before we see the effects of the administration's efforts. President bargain is no Amy to ramp up to 1.5 million doses per day. He's hoping for widespread vaccinations by spring, but one of his top adviser says We may not see that until the fall, the buying administration invoked the Defense production act to expand vaccine production. But this morning, the largest maker syringes, says it doesn't have the capacity to increase supplies that is a B C's Kenneth Moten. President. Biden says he thinks by this spring that any American who wants a vaccine will be able to get one. However, he has noted It is going to be a logistical challenge that exceeds anything the nation has ever tried. More people in the tri state will be able to get their shots starting later this week. More on that in just a few moments first, let's check the latest traffic Gan weather together from the You see how traffic center you see Health and science lives. Hope west. Bam! Fort Washington Way is open once again and have an accident. Just before you got to the merge was 71 that had it blocked off and traffic was able to bank up on the 4th 71 across the bridge and also heavy coming off. Come on. Parkway that backups just about gone. Now there's a wreck on old Kellogg and Woman Man driving cruiser cleaning up in Hamilton with erect on high at eerie, chucking. Grim news radio 700 wlw they started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. It was like, Oh, well, their medications. They can't be that dangerous. My perception was once you stop using like that's it. Your life is over. I didn't even realize that I need help. Until, like the day that I got arrested, I have been able to come There's a lot in my recovery. I just want to be happy.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You know, but smile on their face. So just the fact that you know that it was unexpected. I think it brings a lot of joy to them. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio in the nation's capital, and with pen in hand, President Joe Biden hits the ground running, signing more than a dozen executive actions. In the first few hours in the Oval Office. A B C's Kenneth Moten has detailed the president getting to work thought stated Nation days, no time to waste, signing 17 executive orders, including a mask mandate on federal property. Other immediate actions are aimed at reversing trump policies, including rejoining the Paris climate Agreement. And ending the ban on travelers from some majority Muslim countries. President Biden also suspending the Trump immigration program, known as the remain in Mexico policy, which force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for their court hearings. The actions also extend a ban on evictions till the end of March, and an executive order puts a stop to construction of the southern border wall as well. Also this morning. Dr Anthony Fauci says the United States will join the World Health Organization project, an effort to help deploy vaccines all around the planet. Although a former president Trump chose not to take part in yesterday's inauguration ceremony, becoming only the fifth president to do so. He did continue the tradition of leaving a letter behind for his success. This is a letter that was private. As he said to you all, it was both generous and gracious, and it was just a reflection of him not planning to release the letter unilaterally. But I wouldn't take it as an indication of a pending call This new White House press secretary Jen Psaki and her very first press conference yesterday, the contents of recent letters from former presidents Reagan and Obama have all eventually Become public knowledge. One of the leaders of the proud boys is now under arrest on charges for his connection on the attack of the U. S. Capitol, Joseph Biggs, part of the crowd that overwhelmed Capitol police officers manning the metal barrier on the states of the U. S. Capitol. He previously organized a rally a couple years ago in Portland, Oregon, in which more than 1000 Far right protesters and anti Fascist county are counter demonstrators faced off 9 51 Have you been eating Mork cookies during the pandemic, you are not alone. Looking makers begin smaller, sing a boost in business, the group top data says Demand for cookies is up 25% during the pandemic. In fact, one in five Americans admit eating more than three cookies a day makes cookie makers believe cookies have become so popular because people crave sugar For Comfort's looking for.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Inauguration. NBC's Kenneth Moten is in Washington, 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. It works to fortify Washington, D C and the FBI, now warning about the potential threat of improvised explosive device is being used in upcoming protests in the danger posed to law enforcement officers and the general public is quote substantial harsh words from the nation's governors after they thought their states were promised by the Trump Administration. More vaccine from a federal Secondo stockpile only to learn Friday that that stockpile is nearly empty, and scientists now expect the more contagious variant of Corona virus from the UK could be the dominant version of the Corona virus. In the United States by the end of March. Dave Packer ABC News Inbound Kennedy, Slow from concert to Diversity gets heavy Division and no hair to downtown at 28 up on 22, expressing state and the local at 10. In the next over Mannheim to display in such heavy dash into the post office from Thorne Down 35 Outbound at 30 in Vail Stevenson Heavy on the ramp to the inbound Dan Ryan, in either direction, 35 to lakeshore drive at 28 minutes. From the W s A. M 8 90 traffics in her company. Manzano. What the next update in 30 minutes for the big stories. Internal on the big 89 6000 CPS students to return. What situation? I go back to school life. We're calling it a big step forward for every new development. The New Year brings shooting rampage over the weekend. 15 year old and an 81 year old are in critical condition. Gus, your number one destination for news. This is a 90 W. L s economist. Baby boomers are the main thing. Terms of the great recession. Economic uncertainty is the order. Experts say taxes are expected to go higher Economic report. The debt and deficit are at record levels..
"kenneth moten" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Happens to you call sweet James Accident Attorneys at 805 152 100 or Sweet Jane, Stop Tom. Danny Sullivan. Key to Our News Clouds increased today ahead of a cold front coming through our state, but we won't see any rain and valley with this one. Instead. Look for a high of six. C seven in Phoenix will clear out tonight with lows fallings about 42 degrees, then were warming to 65 for high on Friday. I'm ABC 15 meteorologist Iris Mosco as long ago three. It's 34 degrees and Chandler happening Right now. Much of the Northeast is getting buried in snow. ABC is Kenneth Moten has more no piling up as much as three inches per hour. In some areas, the Sox Hall of Snows hitting your face, You know, kind of things a little, and now the storm turning deadly overnight. Central Pennsylvania. A pileup involving up to 60 vehicles, killing at least two people Can tractor trailers. 20 passes your car's sound from that crash from broadcast. If I it was snowing at the time of the pile up. But the cause remains under investigation. Well, even in a state that's notorious for hot summers, Arizona went above and beyond. When it comes to shattering heat records. University of Arizona climate scientists might, Crimmins says this year has also been on the dry side for the state. It was the fourth driest January through November period and the driest April through November period on record, Phoenix had a record number of days above 100. 1, 10 and 115 degrees. Crimmins says the cooling of the Pacific Ocean waters called blood, Nina is expected to bring a drier winter to the southwest. Are dry, hot summer may be responsible for a lot of the wildfires we have this year, including a couple this summer just north of the Valley. Now the town of Cave Creek is realizing it needs a better firefighting strategy. After.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"With the 2018 Kroger shooting the man accused of shooting and killing two people at that store will plead guilty to state and federal charges. The decision announced by the U. S District Court of Western Kentucky in a filing Gregory Bush was arresting connection with the killing of Marie Stahler to Vicky Jones, both of whom were black and shot and killed at the Jefferson Town. Kroger. According to the court filing. Bush will plead guilty to state charges at a hearing today where he's facing murder, attempted murder and one endangerment charges. In federal court. Bush will plead guilty to hate crime charges at a hearing in February. Governor. Bashir says Kentucky may get five different shipments of covert 19 vaccine this month tomb or than originally planned, But he warns, there will still be restrictions on the distribution even if we get those extra two shipments from Fizer In December. There's only going to be enough for long term care which again we want that vaccination program to go as quickly as possible if we can cut off 66% of our fatalities in the 1st 2 2.5 months of our program. Oh, my That'll be us doing something really special. You know, it's more than 1900 new cases of the virus on Monday, along with 10 new deaths, but says the growth rate of new cases appears to have slowed. Nearly 284,000 people in the country have died from covert 19. ABC s Kenneth Moten has more on that the day the U. S could surpass 15 million covert cases as the country approaches 200,000 new cases each day, Dr Anthony Fauci with this warning as the holidays approach, not only for New York state for any state or city..
"kenneth moten" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In multiple states as the virus spreads at record levels in California. The governor says he's pulling the emergency brake on reopening the state. Economy and is considering a statewide curfew. Daily cases, though in the state of California have doubled just in the last 10 Days, and Iowa the governor, there's reversing course, now issuing a mask mandate that 35th state to require face coverings and indoor areas open to the public. I'm afraid that these mild cases have created a mindset where Iowans have become complacent indoor gatherings in New Jersey or now limited to 10. People in Oklahoma mask are now required in state buildings and restaurants in the state must close at 11 P.m.. I'm starting Thursday. ABC is Kenneth Moten, meantime promising progress on a Corona virus vaccine. Pharmaceutical giant Moderna says preliminary tests show it's covert vaccine is nearly 95% effective. The nation's top infectious disease. Doctor, Anthony Fauci calls it alighted the end of the tunnel, but warns We should not let the up the accomplishment of an effective vaccine. Have a field. We can let our guard down fact it should be an incentive to double down. Who's on the Madonna? Treatment comes after fives or announced a 90% efficacy rate for its vaccine trial. Ah bombshell accusation over George's election vote Republican Senator Lindsey Graham facing allegations he asked Georgia Secretary of State to throw out mail in ballots to try and help President Trump win. Senator Graham denies it, saying he simply had a conversation about signatures on mail in ballots, getting bipartisan verification if.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Miller, the latest member of the president's inner circle to test positive for Corona virus. The exact status of the president's condition right now is unclear. White House doctors only saying yesterday that Trump reported no symptoms as he attacked the FDA. The president accused the agency of carrying out a political hit job after FDA officials tightened their safety standards for vaccine makers, making it unlikely That a vaccine will be ready by election day. And there are new questions about how often the president was tested for covert 19 before being diagnosed with the virus, according to The New York Times. The president was not tested every day. A senior administration officials saying Trump was tested on Ly regularly because doctors have repeatedly dodged questions about when the president last tested negative. That's a B C's Kenneth Moten reporting Florida's Corona virus stats right now are still rising. The death toll is up by 55 additional fatalities. The Department of Health also reporting more than 2200 new cases. The second largest wave of students and grades two through six and nine and 10 return for face to face Learning and Miami Dade this morning. United Teachers of date president Carla Hernandez Montes says the first return wave went well but with a few hiccups did see some issues that popped up. You know, we tried to address those as quickly as possible, because those are safety issues when you're talking about poor ventilation or from their places where there is not enough social distancing She says teachers are short on supplies like antibacterial wipes. And so even though the superintendent disagrees on Friday, great 78 11 and 12 return Broward begins its staggered start Friday with students in pre K through second grade returning. Palm Beach County's health director concern about the flu season after noticing something unusual. We've already seen cases here in Palm Beach County of both influence a A and B that's unusual. We usually see influence a be showing up a little bit later more towards December, January February, Dr Alina Alonso says symptoms of influence that we are exactly the same as covert 19. She fears hospital emergency rooms will fill up. She's urging residents to contact doctors if they're feeling sick, rather than just rushing to the hospital. 503 a stretch of road in North East Miami Dade has been named after Tell teen Trayvon Martin Northeast 16th Avenue between I've Steri Road and Northeast 209 Street will now be called Trayvon Martin Avenue. A neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman was acquitted after the deadly shooting of Martin back in 2012. Upon 50 for the Lakers holding off the heat in the fourth quarter of a 102 96 winning game for the NB finals. LeBron James piled up 20 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists for L. A, which now takes a commanding three toe one Siri's lead, but he'd sent her Banda Bio says they're not giving up on backs against the wall. It's not like it's never been done before. And, uh, you know, we still have hope we still don't fight, man. Start to finish. And of course, Game five is Friday night mornings at 5. 30 this morning is next. I'm Natalie. Roger. Guess. News radio. 6 10. W y o d. Progressive presents the sounds.
The NBA returns
"Balls up and NBA is back. The NBA season restarted on Thursday. After a four month cove at nineteen delay teams have been isolated at ESPN's wide world of Sports Complex near Orlando. After tip off the game unlike anything we've ever seen you think player can talk smack with virtual fan or that's not gonNA happen with virtual fans in. The stands coaches no longer required to wear suits while living in the bubble and referees now using whistle covers ABC's Kenneth Moten so far the league says, no player has tested positive for
"kenneth moten" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"6 10 W. Y. O D and I are radio station from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. The federal appeals court in Chicago cleared the way for the first federal executions since 2003 the Lower court had granted a delay and acclaimed by victims families that to attend the lethal injection for 47 year old triple murderer Daniel Lee. There'd be no social distancing in the small room with the prison during Pandemic. The Justice Department appealed and won, saying the claim doesn't outweigh public interest in carrying out the sentence. There are currently four confirmed Corona virus cases among inmates at the Terra Haute prison, according to federal stats, and one inmate has died ABC Chuck Stevenson Victimsfamilies to appeal to the Supreme Court. Florida reported the biggest one day number in any state in America of new covert 19 infections just under 15,300 on Sunday. Elsewhere in Mississippi, some hospitals are now First to send covert 19 patients out of state after running out of room and in Arizona and the mayor of Phoenix is warning morgues are filling up as hospitals in the city, bringing refrigerated trucks and preparation for more deaths in Texas. We have acknowledged the fact that the numbers are continuing to rise. Houston's mayor, proposing a two week shutdown. As I see you best dwindled to fewer than 100 in the entire city. The Army is now sending nearly 600 medical personnel to help in the hard hit state. ABC is Kenneth Moten, ESPN confirmed Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington D. C NFL franchise, will announce the retirement of the name Redskins. No word on the new name actress Kelly Preston died Kelly Preston's husband, John Travolta, confirming his wife's death on Instagram, writing that after fighting breast cancer for two years, Preston has died. The news comes as a surprise is Preston's cancer diagnosis was not public knowledge. Travolta writes that he's grateful to all the doctors and nurses that helped Preston and the friends and loved ones that have been by her side. Preston and Travolta had been married 28 years and had Three kids together. A bee sees Jason Nathan's in in Hollywood. You're listening to ABC News from the W. Y O D 24 hour traffic.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A record health officials worried heading into the holiday weekend parts of the country are preparing Missouri's lake of the Ozarks, where Memorial Day pool parties made national headlines due to the lack of social distancing. Authorities are trying to prepare for record crowds this weekend. Chicago is the latest city to crack down on visitors coming from hot spots the city now issuing a quarantine order, while Washington state is now allowing businesses to refuse service to anyone not wearing a face covering and in West Hollywood. No mask will now cost you $300 for a B C's. Kenneth Moten four states California, Texas, Florida Arizona accounted for half of those 50,000 new Corona virus cases on Thursday in Texas Governor Greg Abbott acknowledging the state Reopened two fast in ordered everyone to wear face coverings in public held up one of the issue. The order will take these worn by everybody in the coming days to make sure that we will protect those lives and we will slow The spread of covert 19 less than two weeks after attending President Trump's Tulsa Rally. 2012 Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain is hospitalized in Atlanta with Corona virus. Bubbling with small business owners, the president out of the unexpected edition of more than four million jobs in June as an early sign of an economy rebounding from the pandemic, We built the greatest economy in the history of the world. And we're now doing it again. And I think we'll do even better the second time that we did the first time unless somebody comes along. And says, Let's raise taxes on everybody. President Trump has spiked the ball and made this about him. He doesn't seem to realize he's he's not even on the 50 yard line, Joe Biden says. For the average American things, they're still looking pretty bleak. June Unemployment dropped 2% points to 11%. You're listening to ABC News.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And traffic. Depend on the traffic. T- revisits that trouble in downtown Atlanta before six thirty WSB news time, six twenty three more stories. Make morning news. Every fifteen minutes, here's MARCY Williams and Bill Caiaccio as we follow up the journal constitution channel two action. News investigation into court delays by house speaker David Ralston, he is withdrawn from one of those cases speaker David Ralston expects his withdrawal as David shells defense. Attorney to be finalized this week while he can't say the reason behind the move victims. You Don carpenter believes it's after shell brag to the media that he hired Roulston to delay. The case I had a very strong feeling that welcome him liability. Having your says it's been nearly six years in shell headbutted her embitter finger at a gilmer county campground. She's thankful Ralston is no longer his attorney now, maybe eight actually got to try and gilmer counties. Sandra parrish. WSB brand new Atlanta city councilman Antonio Brown is warning today as we told you he defeated Byron Amos and last week's run. Off round fills the district three seat left vacant after the death of IRA Leong junior. He vows to make affordable housing groceries a top priority. Massachusetts democratic congressman molten launches a shot bid for president molten tells CNN. He's a new dad, but it was his baby daughter who helped him make up his mind won her growing up in this country. The way that it is with the commander in chief that we mentally can't trust molten is a Marine Corps VAT and stresses his military service. He joins a crowded field of democratic contenders. Kids scamper across the south lawn of the White House today at the annual Easter egg rolls is Trump also incorporate her be best initiative with the station for children to send postcards of kindness to family, friends and members of the military ABC's. Kenneth moten says the American egg board is donating seventy four thousand eggs today. Today's event including a commemorative be best egg for the first lady. WBZ news time six twenty five coward tells you how to avoid home improvement scams after we check weather and traffic. Here's WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. Lots of sunshine for today. With an afternoon high around eighty one currently forty nine on Peachtree street and back to the morning drive. We go triple team traffic. Smilin' Mark McKay. Street. Third street south they shut down. They opened up as the result of our work though. Just jump street over to Petri north toward downtown. The road to Wesley chapel athlete Prescott Cobb County as well rolling. I twenty eastbound beginning around riverside Parkway season brake lights getting past Fulton industrial boulevard to eighty five crash. Just cleared in Gwinnett county on west park place headed northbound at highway seventy eight traffic brought to you by Callaway gardens resort spring comes alive Calloway resort and gardens. Celebrate the season with acres of flowers miles of hiking and biking culinary events. And specially themed weekends details. Callaway gardens dot com. Triple team traffic USB.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The NYPD saying twenty four year old Anthony camello was behind the fatal shooting of an alleged crime, boss. The suspect in custody and a now appears the suspect and victim knew each other. The twenty four year old suspect was allegedly dating the head of the crime family's Meese. And he didn't like that. So what police are trying to figure out was this a mob hit or more personal dispute? ABC's Kenneth moten has more say the shooter slammed into Kelly's parked SUV while he was home. The two men seen talking on grainy surveillance video even shaking hands before the gunman opened fire in Y P D detective say they got a big break discovering a fingerprint on Kelly's bloodstain vehicle despite the new development police are still concerned about potential retaliation. Lisa North Carolina's searching for a man they now say murdered his wife. Lynn, keel, initially spoke to detectives. But now is nowhere to be found. His wife. Diana kills body was found on Tuesday about thirty miles from their home, and as ABC's aerial Russia reports this isn't the first time a week. Woman close to lineal has died. Now new questions surrounding the mysterious death of Lynn's first wife, Elizabeth after she allegedly fell at their home in two thousand six at the time ruled an accident. Investigators confirming to ABC news in the wake of Diana's murder. They are reviewing details of Elizabeth case on Akeel was an emergency room nurse and mother of two this is ABC news. Indeed knows finding the right hire takes time away from your business. Hiring unqualified data engineer felt like a second job more job seekers use indeed than any other sites. So.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"At least seven more worshipers were quickly slaughtered and today, one more dying in the hospital tonight with burials underway this community that is unaccustomed to anybody. Once now mourning the loss of so many, including this three year old boy, you don't have many mass shootings in New Zealand at all nothing that I can remember poacher loved ones close. I'm just talking that you love the and we'll card joins us now from. Outside that first mosque that was attacked and will investigators actively searching that area right behind you that dry, Tom. Investigators are combing this area. They are going inch by inch searching underneath cars and ingress looking for shell casings. Also tonight, we're learning that authorities believed that the gunman targeted New Zealand because it's one of the safest countries in the world. And if you could pull it off here he could pull it off anywhere top. We'll car for us tonight. Will thank you next to the breaking developments in a criminal investigation. Getting a lot of attention back here at home, the NYPD now saying this man is the man behind a fatal shooting of an alleged crime boss that suspect is in custody tonight. ABC's Kenneth moten with the latest tonight. Sources tell him ABC news the first murder of a reputed, New York mob boss in more than three decades may not have been mob related while we believe we have the shooter in custody for this incident. The investigation is far at this point from over New York City police plan to charge Anthony camello for the execution style killing. Francesco Frankie board Kelly outside his Staten Island home this week police say the twenty four year old and his blue truck spotted at the scene were tracked down in brick New Jersey sources say in Wikipedia investigators believe the suspect had been dating a female relative of Kelly's when the reputed boss of the Gambino family told him to stop seeing her. We are well aware of Mr. Kelly's past that will be part of this investigation as we determined. What was the motive for the incident? Police say the shooter slammed into Kelly's parked SUV while he was home. The two men seeing talking on grainy surveillance video even shaking hands before the gunman opened fire in why PD detectives say they got a big break discovering a fingerprint on Kelly's blood-stained vehicle despite the new development police are still concerned about potential retaliation to prevention him any future. Violence is most Online's NYPD says the suspect is being held in New Jersey for now, and we'll be char. With murder in the coming days. Tom Kenneth voting with those new developments investigation kinda.
Suspect in custody for mob boss killing
"To the breaking developments in a criminal investigation. Getting a lot of attention back here at home, the NYPD now saying this man is the man behind a fatal shooting of an alleged crime boss that suspect is in custody tonight. ABC's Kenneth moten with the latest tonight. Sources tell him ABC news the first murder of a reputed, New York mob boss in more than three decades may not have been mob related while we believe we have the shooter in custody for this incident. The investigation is far at this point from over New York City police plan to charge Anthony camello for the execution style killing. Francesco Frankie board Kelly outside his Staten Island home this week police say the twenty four year old and his blue truck spotted at the scene were tracked down in brick New Jersey sources say in Wikipedia investigators believe the suspect had been dating a female relative of Kelly's when the reputed boss of the Gambino family told him to stop seeing her. We are well aware of Mr. Kelly's past that will be part of this investigation as we determined. What was the motive for the incident? Police say the shooter slammed into Kelly's parked SUV while he was home. The two men seeing talking on grainy surveillance video even shaking hands before the gunman opened fire in why PD detectives say they got a big break discovering a fingerprint on Kelly's blood-stained vehicle despite the new development police are still concerned about potential retaliation to prevention him any future. Violence is most Online's NYPD says the suspect is being held in New Jersey for now, and we'll be char. With murder in the coming days.
"kenneth moten" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Wednesday looks dry before another slight chance of rain Thursday and Friday, I'm ABC fifteen meteorologist Irish be seven three. It's fifty five degrees in Avondale. More information this morning about hoc- into healthcare that where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth last month. Former Arizona director of economic security Tim Jeffries is providing more details about the investigation he launched into haciendas finances. We conducted an audit of twenty fourteen financials, and it showed upwards to four million dollars in either aronie us or what we feared fraudulent billings. Jeffrey says the criminal investigation was ended in two thousand fourteen after governor Ducey chose not to retain Jeffries as a director. It is day twenty five of the government shutdown and major delays continue at airports as more and more TSA screeners, call out sick in Washington. There is still no word of a solution sight. And yes, this is the shutdowns impact keeps growing along with those lines and delays at airports across the country leader this week the federal courts run out of money on Friday. We are told that means they may suspend hearing civil case. Cases while the shutdown continues. That's ABC's Elizabeth her. It was ten years ago today that a US Airways flight made a shocking yet safe emergency splashdown on the Hudson river ABC's, Kenneth moten has more a decade after the miracle on the Hudson. Those aboard flight fifteen forty nine still remember every detail, and we're taking off injury the newspaper, and all of a sudden, boom, I.
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"The one hundred sixteenth congress getting underway yesterday. New faces more diversity, however, does that mean more cooperation in solutions to the problems facing us and our country ABC news, political direct recline shares his take on Congress's newest members, and that diversity so many of these people felt like they came for specific purposes to represent their communities to react to President Trump and perceived slights and biases they view the president is having perpetuated and to get things done, and they came with ideas around healthcare, and they came with ideas renovation and childcare and national security, so many military veterans there, and they are not willing to just sit around and work through a committee process Klein says this new class is on a mission to make a difference. We're gonna see more and more of them step out and say, look, this is what I was sent here to do. And this is the mission that I'm on. And and they were to find a friends in in in similar situations from very. States. I was struck in talking to candidates all through the last year, how different individual stories were. But the common theme was they wanted to make a difference. They felt compelled to get off the sidelines because they felt like something was going wrong in the country. And he seems to think that the diversities energizing the democratic side feel like they have been sent here for particular purposes. Maybe they're not the same purpose, but they feel like they haven't been here to to perpetuate the status quo that they don't have much of a stake in and I think to have this young energetic, vibrant, dynamic new new majority on the democratic side it matters. And I think it's going to make some governing challenges for house speaker Nancy Pelosi, but I think it's also going to bring a tremendous amount of energy to the Democrats. And this truly is a new congress a new looking congress. Maybe I guess not your father's congress is not your father's congress. It's definitely not your grandfather's congress. It may be something that your mother would be proud of though because there was a record number of women record number of people of color a record number of LGBT individuals. The first native American. And the first Muslim American woman in congress. It made a splash that is ABC news political director recline, the new members of the now democrat controlled house representatives wasting little time yesterday and getting the work the first order business is to get the government fully open and running once again ABC's Kenneth moten with the latest on that with the new house majority. Democrats voting to fund the government, but not President Trump's border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi regaining the gavel can people smoke and demanded a new dawn congressional Democrats now have subpoena power. They're preparing to investigate all aspects of the president's administration and campaign, but up first tackling the partial government shutdown trying to take back the focus President Trump made a surprise first appearance in the White House press briefing room congratulating Pelosi, but demanding money for his border wall surrounded by ice and border patrol officials without a wall, you cannot have border security ABC's, Kenneth moten just about five fifteen sports time.
Secretary of State alleges Russian meddling in US elections
"Of state Mike Pompeo, issuing a stern message to Russia. ABC's? Kenneth moten has more from Washington. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says there will be swift and severe consequences for Russia, or any other foreign government that interferes in US election in the last few years. Russia's been particularly aggressive in using its cyber capabilities disinformation and other covert means to attempt to sow instability in America this week. President Trump signed an executive order that allows his administration to impose tougher sanctions on foreign actress for election meddling, but lawmakers on both sides say the order doesn't go
Britain 'Ready To Ask' Russia To Extradite Suspects In Skripal Poisonings
"Russia's ready to consider a request by British investigators to come and interrogate the two men accused of poisoning. A former spy President Vladimir Putin spokesman to meet you peskov says Russia authorities will consider Britain's request to interrogate the two men if it comes. He added Britain has Stolz repeated Russian offers to conduct a joint inquiry Britain, charged Alexsandr Petrov on Roussillon Bush you off last week for trying to kill double agents cripple and his daughter Yulia with an agent nother. Chuck the to appear Thursday on the state-funded RT channel in Russia saying they visited Salisbury as tourists at the time but to have nothing to do with any poisoning. I'm charlesetta.
Irish government says Trump has postponed November trip to Ireland
"Month, the White House in Ireland can't agree on an upcoming. Visit White House says the plans for President Trump. Stop in Ireland are still being finalized. But the visit is in question. The Irish government says the trip has been postponed. In the White House site scheduling conflicts, Ireland's national broadcaster RT quoted Irish government sources who say the cancellation came as a considerable
State Orders Hampton Hotel to Remediate Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria, Notify Guests
"House the bacteria that causes legionaires disease has been found in multiple rooms at a Hampton beach hotel health department, ordered the sands resort to notify all guest of. The outbreak in to fix the problem. Officials say fourteen people contracted the infection in Hampton, and, one of them died nine of those victims stayed at the Sands hotel. SAM's hotel and resort in Hampton
Trump, Sessions approved of Putin meeting proposal: former campaign adviser
"Official end of summer cloudy skies will. Dominate in the morning tomorrow which should clear out by the afternoon highs by Wednesday will be near. Eighty I'm Kelly via with your, forecast from, the KOMO forecast team Stunning claims revealed in the sentence agreement of former Trump, campaign, aide George popadopoulos ABC's, Kenneth moten, is at the. White House with the story Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George popadopoulos. Detailing what allegedly happened when he offered to set up a meeting between then. Candidate Donald Trump in Russian, President Putin popadopoulos a pivotal figure special counsel Robert Muller's investigation the first Trump campaign official to plead guilty and cooperate with. Prosecutors every lie to mothers team during questioning about the Trump campaign relationship with Russia sentencing memo lawyers for popadopoulos say that during the campaign meeting popadopoulos announced he had connections that could facilitate a foreign. Policy meeting between Trump and Putin. The memo says while, some in the room rebuffed the offer Mr. Trump nodded, with approval and defer. To Mr. sessions who appear to like the idea and stated the campaign should
Senator John McCain, President and US Naval Academy discussed on You Get The Blessing
"John McCain will be very today in, a private ceremony at the US naval academy former presidents Barack Obama and. George W Bush both spoke at Saturday's commemoration John's voice will always come as a whisper over our shoulder We're better than this America is better than this President Trump spent Saturday playing
George Papadopoulos Suggests Trump Assented to Campaign Meeting with Putin
"Court documents newly, released, involve, a former Trump campaign foreign policy aide who's got a plea deal. With the special. Counsel George popadopoulos ABC's Kenneth moten in Washington. Sentencing memo released overnight lawyers for popadopoulos say that during the campaign meeting popadopoulos, announced he had connections that could facilitate a foreign policy meeting. Between Trump and Putin the memo says while some in the room rebuffed the offer Mr. Trump nodded with approval and defer to Mr. Sessions who, appear to, like the. Idea stated the campaign should look
John McCain, George Popadopoulos ABC and Chuck Larson discussed on
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Mr. Trump, Kenneth Moten and George Popadopoulos discussed on On The House With The Carey Brothers
"Trump tweeting criticism of the Russia investigation. Using the words in one tweet a, police state and now court documents. Newly released claim former Trump campaign foreign policy aide George popadopoulos offered to set up a meeting between the candidate and Russian president that according to. ABC's Kenneth moten in Washington sentencing memo released overnight lawyers for popadopoulos, say that during the campaign meeting popadopoulos. Announced he had connections that could facilitate a foreign policy meeting between Trump and Putin the memo says while. Some in the room rebuffed the offer Mr. Trump nodded with approval and defer. To Mr. sessions who appear. To like the idea as stated the campaign should look into, it
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"In less than three minutes stay with us senate oh nine wsb temperatures seventyone federal appeals court judge brett kavanagh's running into opposition as possible supreme court nominee republicans worried cavanaugh won't be a reliable conservative vote on the court abc news has learned senators rand paul tom kline and ted cruz have all called the president expressing concern tara palmeri reports there's no wiggle room in the confirmation battle the president announces his choice monday another sign the president may not be able to count on the loyalty of his former fixer michael cohen crow in the president's former longtime personal attorney is under federal investigation scrubbed any mention of trump and the trump organization from his social media abc's kenneth moten says cohen may be ready to cut a deal with federal prosecutors he says his first priority now is his family secretary estate mike pompeo is often north korea today to see if kim jong un really means to denuclearize to get in the room with them and try to figure out whether or not they're actually still committed to that document that kim jong un and president trump signed together in singapore abc's connor finnegan reports satellite images show the north a continuing to work on its yongbyon nuclear facility another couple in the uk is exposed to the russian nerve agent novacek this man saw its effects and called an ambulance broken against the rule making funny noises and his eyes wide open glaze and pinpricks sweating for making noises the couples gravely ill police retracing their steps to russians poison in salisbury in march recovered black man taste by a white officer in lancaster pennsylvania sues for excessive force sean williams says video shows he was unarmed sitting on a curb with his back to the officer and got taste anyway there's no reason that somebody should get stunning bags the point where the fact that they could be traumatized for the rest of their life he disputes police claims he was not compliant he seeks seventy five thousand dollars in damages and it comes to fast food faves customers prefer chickfila the georgia based chain easily outpolled secondplace pinera in the american customer satisfaction index restaurant reports among full service restaurants texas roadhouse places ahead of cracker barrel and longhorn factors include food quality clinton leanness and service wsb news time seven eleven it's pretty easy just to see who's who's got a linebacking on the street folks would live one.
Trump supreme court pick: favourites emerge in rush to name nominee
"At your wwl forecast i'm melissa van partly sunny and eighty seven at newsradio eight forty w h a s our top story president trump today is expected to meet with more candidates for the supreme court the president says he will announce his pick to replace the retiring justice anthony kennedy on monday abc's kenneth moten has more from washington monday president trump met face to face with four potential nominees to the supreme court circuit judges for the court of appeals brad kavanagh amy coney barrett raymond catholic bar today's sources say the president plans to meet with federal judge thomas hardiman who came in close second to justice neal gorsuch last year six circuit judge joan larsen which would make her the second woman to meet with the president to potentially replace retiring justice anthony kennedy kenneth moton abc news washington and as kenneth reported a move par is one of those interviewed by the president on monday he's a federal appeals court judge and former federal prosecutor in kentucky a three year old boy has died after he was found unresponsive in a car in frankfurt the coroner in franklin county says it happened friday evening the boy was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead the medical examiner's office has performed an autopsy but.
Iranian police fire tear gas as capital again rocked by economic protests
"White up providing truck insurance for over forty years let's head to pittsburgh pennsylvania protesters taking to the streets over the fatal police shooting of a seventeen year old boy last week now the woman who recorded that video of the shooting talking about what she witnessed abc's kenneth moten in pittsburgh with more it's the video that's fueled anger and sparked protests east pittsburgh police officers seen opening fire on an unarmed seventeen year old antoine rose as he and another passenger ran away from traffic stops.
Southwest cancels dozens of flights for engine inspections after deadly midair explosion
"Again in thirty minutes here are your political insights from abc news with michael cohen president trump's personal attorney facing a criminal investigation there is speculation he might turn on his longtime client i spoke to a source close to michael cohen who was with him on saturday night and that person said michael cohen will never flip that person seemed quite reassure that michael cohen has no interest and push back against the assertion that trump treats michael badly saying that when you work for someone for fifteen years there obviously points that are not that great abc's tear appel mary mitt romney's political comeback in the form of a us senate run in utah hit a bit of a speed bump he failed to win the nomination at the state's republican convention said today and we'll have to run in a primary election i have good support across the state now keep on campaigning hard this designate your campaign so we were together earlier this week i sent we expected to have a primary we do and i'm looking forward to it and those are your political insights richard cantu abc news does the flights canceled after southwest airlines issued an emergency order to inspect certain plane engines at order after one of those engines exploded on a recent flight killing one passenger abc's kenneth moten emergency inspections over the deadly southwest airlines engine explosion are impacting thousands of passengers those inspections for south west to cancel nearly fifty.
Fox's Ingraham taking vacation as advertisers flee amid controversy
"Host says she's taking a vacation this week as advertisers flee her show because of a twitter war with a parkland shooting survivor fox news anchor laura ingram earlier this week tweety david hogg rejected by four colleges to which he applied and winds about hog fired back asking his nearly six hundred fifty thousand followers on twitter to boycott ingram's top advertisers the list of companies pulling as now includes big names like expedia hulu nestle and johnson and johnson ingrams issued an apology to hog sane in a spirit of holy week i apologize for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of parkland abc's kenneth moten malala yousafzai arrived in her hometown in pakistan today for the first time since being shot by the taliban in two thousand twelve this is abc news okay more americans turn first in the morning a start their day go on tell them robin warning america short good morning america laura good morning america take them robin let's settle good in your morning with abc's good morning welcome this shot girls on mytalk one zero seven one i'm elliot caplin with my mom harmony and hope is here to hire everybody wow i'm so.
Trump campaign phased out use of Cambridge Analytica data before election
"Big data company cambridge analytica reportedly breached the profiles and mishandled the data of more than fifty million facebook users without their permission the company uses that data to build psychological profiles and influence voters abc's kenneth moten tells us it was hired by the trump campaign during the two thousand sixteen election but a new report from the new york times suggests some of the data the company uses to create its profiles was provided to them against facebook guidelines cambridge analytica denies any wrongdoing saying it deleted all of the data after it realized it was improperly passed on by third party now the campaign also denies using the firm's data saying instead that it relied on formation from the republican national committee but fifty million of the big numbers for facebook appears to be taking this pretty seriously facebook called the allegations and unacceptable violation of trust and it's threatening legal action for any unlawful behavior chuck sivertsen abc news a performer killed in a fall at strict ucla at a show the tragedy happening saturday night in tampa florida shocking carry the man who fell is yon arno a veteran aerial straps specialists he was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died in the past decade syrups had several onstage accidents including its first fatality in two thousand thirteen that's abc's with johnson reporting black panther remaining the number one movie in the us and canada the disney marvel superhero flickering additional twenty seven million dollars of the weekend for grand north american total of six hundred five million bucks since its released five weeks ago black panther is also closing in on just over a billion dollars in ticket sales worldwide at and t will be in federal court today arguing with the justice department over the telecom giants deal to buy time warner at and t has an eighty five billion dollar deal to buy time warner which owns dc comics including superhero franchises batman superman and wonder woman time warner also owns cnn as well as hbo and its popular game of thrones the justice department argues that too much news and entertainment firepower to be in the hands of a company that counts one third of americans among its wireless customers maybe a bridge too far more money news now five twenty five from bloomberg here koa newsradio this is a bloomberg market minute the grocery business isn't easy these days regional chains are filing for bankruptcy europeanborn discounters are expanding forcing competitors.