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Navajo Nation Has Highest Covid-19 Infection Rate in the U.S.
"Nearly nine thousand coronavirus deaths across the U. S. a state by state things start to re open there are more restrictions in most places however meantime a new culvert nineteen the epicenter is emerging the Navajo Nation here's ABC's Kenneth Moton a lack of masking protective gear is partially to blame for the growing crisis in the southwest the Navajo Nation which extends across parts of three states now surpasses New York in New Jersey for the highest per capita infection rate in the country Dorothy Scott got the call that her husband died from the virus while the funeral for her son who also died from Kobe nineteen standing there and my son's grave talking to him and holding the flower to prepare here today telling me that my husband's a craving the Navajo Nation also has higher testing rates than other
Wisconsin now without COVID-19 restrictions after state Supreme Court strikes down Gov. Tony Evers’ stay-at-home order
"Spring court orders the state re opened with the nine o'clock report I'm Brian cults breaking down challenging orders to keep people home across the country Supreme Court decision in Wisconsin late yesterday could have implications for other states where businesses are shut down justices there say the governor overstepped his authority on the battle to lift restrictions with constant suffering court essentially reopen the stayed overnight striking down the governor stay at home order finding it unlawful the four to three ruling lifts restrictions on the size of gatherings and allows shuttered businesses to reopen including bars and restaurants as ABC's Kenneth Moton the Ohio legislature has a bill before it that challenges the authority of doctoring the action to shut down the Buckeye state it's passed the house is expected to be voted on next week in the Senate though governor Mike DeWine said if approved he'll veto
"kenneth moton" Discussed on WSB-AM
"They can to keep up ABC's Kenneth Moton says hand sanitizer maybe scare still summer key ingredients come from China George kids fighting cancer look forward to summer camp all year but the pandemic forces camp sunshine to call off its June session every summer when kids leave they cry because they don't want to go home because I love him so much and that's personal from WSB traffic reporter Alex Williams who would know I had to keep me as a kid when I was twelve this would have been my eleven summer as a volunteer counselor because the health crisis camp sunshine now canceling the two weeks in June for a hundreds of junior and teen campers instead they'll try to put together sunshine two point no a virtual camp but we want to do whatever we can to us still given that week of summer at the trade it's ninety five point five W. S. Atlanta reality star actually Ross dies at Grady after a car accident Sunday night her publicist describes it as a hit and run on old national highway Ross appeared as miss many on the lifetime series little women Atlanta she was thirty four grieving castmates post condolences online WSU's time seven nineteen WSB meteorologist this dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bugs and critters well despite does some more clouds today compared to yesterday still nice spring weather today close to five degrees above normal then a cold front brings a small chance of a late morning shower tomorrow with a heavy shower thunderstorms likely late afternoon and evening a couple thunderstorms with damaging winds possible then much cooler Thursday with a just a stray light shower possible mainly in the morning and mainly north then drive for the weekend with highs in the eighties for today there are nine of the mileage meter a mix of clouds and sunshine warmer than normal this afternoon highs seventy nine low fifty eight tomorrow scattered showers and thunderstorms eighty percent likely late afternoon and evening a severe thunderstorm possible highs seventy to seventy four low fifty one Thursday a mix of sun and clouds breezy and cool high sixty five low forty seven my exclusive five day forecast Friday and Saturday mostly sunny highs Friday seventy Saturday eighty lows forty eight to fifty eight recapping the forecast for today a mix of clouds and sunshine warmer than normal hi about seventy nine right now fifty I'm meteorologist Kirk knowledge ninety five point five W. S. B. C. let's get back to the morning drive now what's going on okay be aware there are delays on I. twenty P. forty eight thirty five get a lead play construction I. twenty westbound before Wesley chapel road sixty eight but probably by three feet away is a better bet this report brought you by Philly roofing the reproof guys with the green truck start date we will always follow the golden rule treat your white group group dot com thirty five point five W. S. B. U. coming up from the bottom of the hour G. blacks at the NBA's latest reversal on whether or not to get together and start their shooting some hoops fire some advice this morning from a corona virus survivor you know the whole world is going to it it's not just you and you really need to take a certain action I'm W. espys mark a line there were those WSB deuce time is seven twenty one it's time to get out there and make one to one contact yep that's what we said make contact with the right potential employees if you're a hiring manager or run your own business this is the time to reimagine your work force it's time to build a talent pipeline you've never had time to focus on building CareerBuilder can help you match your business needs with over one hundred and forty job seeker profiles these are pro active job seekers who have the time to research and care about your company and its culture and when you're ready to hit reboot career builder will help you staff up more quickly with a ninety eight percent match rate meaning CareerBuilder matches your open roles with vetted qualified candidates right to your inbox visit hiring dot CareerBuilder dot com to view our products posted job get insider advice and let.
Stop vaping and e-cigarette use ‘immediately,’ city health officials warn
"Well with the kids back in school or about to go back to school and vaping is a big topic in almost every state in the nation the city of Milwaukee is taking a stand ABC's Kenneth Moton says health officials are out with an urgent warning stop using E. cigarette devices immediately or comes after sixteen people who use E. cigarettes were hospitalized with chemical pneumonia patients range from teenagers to people in their thirties Ken Barnes this twenty six year old son Dylan is among she says he had been baby for less than a year and almost died this month I don't think he was gonna come out at I thought that I was seeing my son the last time this morning comes just days after officials in Illinois announced the first death believed to be related to the E. cigarette use the CDC is now investigating nearly two hundred cases of severe pulmonary illnesses linked to beeping in twenty two states those patients in Milwaukee each reported using vape products or marijuana oils in the weeks and months prior to being checked into the
San Francisco bans facial recognition technology
"Facial recognition technology has. Sean, it's first ban in a major US city. Here's ABC's. Kenneth moton. San Francisco has become the first city to outlaw the use of facial recognition by police and other city agencies supporters of the band called the technology threat to civil rights and say the ordinance will prevent law enforcement from targeting marginalized communities when personal information of innocent members of the public has shared with third parties in ways that would make anyone uncomfortable when marginalized groups whether because of the color of their skin, the religion, national, origin, sexual orientation or gender, identity are tracked. The band will not apply for personal business or federal us. Law. Enforcement officials are criticizing the band saying the technologies needed to protect crowds during large scale events. If people know that we're not using certain technology. Then we become an open target several other cities and states could follow San Francisco's lead similar legislation has already being considered an Oakland. And a lawmaker Massachusetts has introduced a Bill that would impose a moratorium on facial recognition. Until the technology improves. It was seen other countries. Trying at the UK China, very famously has really been pushing hard on this. And it does raise a lot of concerns about people's
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Anchors. We'll be back in the next few hours on Capitol Hill trying to strike a deal that will end the partial government shutdown. President Trump warning that the shutdown that started at midnight could last for a long time. If the Senate does not approve the spending Bill that gives him more than five billion dollars for his proposed border wall ABC's. Kenneth Moton has more from Washington. The president summoned Senate Republicans to the White House. Trump is now urging Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to use the nuclear option passing the funding Bill with a simple majority. Instead of sixty votes McConnell has repeatedly resisted changing Senate rules and Democrats are not backing down democratic leaders say they're willing to allocate one point six billion for border security, but won't improve money to build a border wall. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer in today's democratic weekly address it and Trump has thrown. Temper tantrum, and now has this careening towards the Trump shutdown over Christmas partial shutdown affecting roughly twenty five percent of government agencies, including the Justice department homeland security, and the IRS TSA and other essential employees will work without a paycheck for now. Supreme court Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering this morning from surgery to remove cancerous tumors. The eighty-five year old is expected to be in a New York hospital for the next few days. ABC? Stephanie Ramos is outside the supreme court Ginsburg's. Lung cancer is just the latest in a string of health scares. She's recovered from the two novels were discovered on her left. Lung by coincidence when she had tests performed after she fractured three ribs. During the fall in her office in November at eighty five years old Ginsburg is the senior member of the liberal wing serving for more than a quarter of a century often, countering some conservatives on the bench US markets closed with losses Friday after suffering Wall Street's worst weekend years to make matters worse. This month is on track to become the worst December for stocks since nineteen thirty one. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time is eight oh two. Investigators believe that Kelsey bear the woodland park woman missing since.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KOMO
"News. I'm Michelle Franzen lawmakers we'll be back in the next few hours on Capitol Hill trying to strike a deal that will end the partial government shutdown. President Trump warning that the shutdown that started at midnight could last for a long time. If the Senate does not approve the spending Bill that gives him more than five billion dollars for his proposed border wall ABC's. Kenneth Moton has more from Washington. The president's summoned Senate Republicans to the White House. Trump is now urging Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to use the nuclear option passing the funding Bill with a simple majority is that of sixty votes McConnell has repeatedly resisted changing Senate rules and Democrats are not backing down democratic leaders say they're willing to allocate one point six billion for border security, but won't improve money to build a border wall. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer in today's democratic weekly address. President Trump has thrown a temper tantrum, and now has careening towards the Trump shutdown over Christmas partial shutdown affecting roughly twenty five percent of government agencies, including the judge. Optus department homeland security and the IRS TSA and other essential employees will work without a paycheck for now supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering this morning from surgery to remove cancerous tumors. The five year old is expected to be in a New York hospital for the next few days. ABC? Stephanie Ramos is outside the supreme court Ginsberg's lung cancer is just the latest in a string of health scares. She's recovered from the two were discovered on her left. Lung by coincidence when she had tests performed after she fractured three ribs. During the fall in her office in November at eighty five years old Ginsburg is the senior member of the liberal wing serving for more than a quarter of a century often, countering some conservatives on the bench US markets closed with losses Friday after suffering Wall Street's worst weekend years to make matters worse. This month is on track to become the worst December for stocks since nineteen thirty one. You're listening to ABC news ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no. Such thing as getting laid off if a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in twenty million dollars searching for the next big trend..
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Frampton lawmakers. We'll be back in the next few hours on Capitol Hill trying to strike deal. That will end the partial government down President Trump warning that the shutdown that started at midnight could last for a long time. If the Senate does not approve the spending Bill that gives him more than five billion dollars for his proposed border wall ABC's. Kenneth Moton has more from Washington. The president's summoned Senate Republicans to the White House. Trump is now urging Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to use the nuclear option passing the funding Bill with a simple majority instead of sixty votes Connell has repeatedly resisted changing Senate rules and Democrats are not backing down democratic leaders say they're willing to allocate one point six billion for border security, but won't improve money to build a border wall. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer in today's democratic weekly address it and Trump has thrown a temper tantrum, and now has careening towards Trump shutdown over Christmas partial shutdown affecting roughly twenty five percent of government agencies, including the judge. Optus department homeland security and the IRS TSA and other essential employees will work without a paycheck for now supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering this morning from surgery to remove cancerous tumors. The eighty five year old is expected to be in a New York hospital for the next few days. ABC? Stephanie Ramos is outside the supreme court Ginsberg's. Lung cancer is just the latest in a string of health scares. She's recovered from the two novels were discovered on her left. Lung by coincidence when she had tests performed after she fractured three ribs. During the fall in her office in November at eighty five years old Ginsburg is the senior member of the liberal wing serving for more than a quarter of a century often, countering some conservatives on the bench US markets closed with losses Friday after suffering Wall Street's worst week in years to make matters worse. This month is on track to become the worst December for stocks since nineteen thirty one. You're listening to ABC news..
Accused Russian spy Maria Butina to change "not guilty" plea
"To push the Kremlin's agenda through those relationships. President. Trump says Michael Cohen is to blame in a tweet today. The president defended the hush money payments made by his former lawyer to two women during the two thousand sixteen campaign calling them simple private. Transactions and saying if there was any wrongdoing Collins liable, not him correspondent, Kenneth Moton reports federal prosecutors don't see it that way Trump is trying to minimize the fallout from two federal investigations were very happy with what we're reading because there was no special counsel Robert mellow revealed in court documents new evidence in Russian efforts to build a political alliance with the two thousand sixteen Trump campaign and barrel.
Interior secretary accuses Democrat of being a drunk
"Is seven thirty three US interior secretary. Ryan Zinke has gone on a Twitter attack against the democrat set to become chair of a powerful committee. Correspondent Kenneth Moton has more for us tonight. He called Arizona's democratic Representative rogue Rehovot a drunk, the likely incoming chair of the house natural resources committee wrote an op Ed demanding Zinke resign. He's been plagued by scandal and internal ethics investigations. Zinke responded on Twitter saying it's hard for Representative Hilda to quote think straight from the bottom of the bottle in quote halwa who admitted to having drinking problems decades ago also responded on Twitter dismissing Zinke,
Pelosi clinches speaker nomination; needs to find more votes by Jan. 3
"To end those tax credits. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi is poised. To regain the speakership early. Next year, the California congresswoman clearing a major hurdle here again ABC's. Kenneth Moton at the capitol. Thirty two Democrats voted against nominating Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the house diversity is our strength. But I is our power before the crucial democratic caucus vote. The longtime leader chose to focus on the majority who voted yes, I'm very very just so inspired by and to grateful to my colleagues Lucy has worked today before the January third vote on the house floor where she will need to hundred eighteen votes to become speaker. The reason is because mississippians know me, and they know my heart and thank you for stepping up. Mississippi Republican senators Cindy, Hyde Smith who won this week's runoff election against democrat. Mike Espy amid charges of racism more from ABC's Mary Bruce Smith in fisted, she will represent all of Mississippi after winning this race, which was rocked by regional controversy. She came under intense fire for her comments on public hangings. She made clear she is eager to move on. She's now the first woman elected to congress in the state's history, and she told supporters she's a cowgirl who can roll with the punches while her opponent urge his supporters to continue to raise their voices against injustice. This was the final Senate race to be called. And now give Senate Republicans net gain of two seats expanding their majority to fifty three seats. Democrats forty-seven all over in the house. The Democrats have now flipped. A whopping thirty nine seats giving them a very comfortable majority throat a possible government shutdown month looms over congress arguing over border security funds this week teargas turned back migrants rushing the US Mexico border ABC's Matt Gutman's been with the caravan of thousands more than one hundred migrants deported following those violent clashes in the border town of T one. A peaceful protest turning chaotic when hundreds of Central American migrants. First clashed with Mexican police rushed the border fence. They were meant a wall of tear-gas unleashed by heavily-armed US agents behind coils of concertina wire there is an enormous amount of discouragement here among the migrants other about five thousand people here. Now that number's expected swell to about nine thousand in the coming days, but many now understand that it is going to be incredibly difficult to make it into the United States. At least legally they understand asylum is a long shot and storming the fence as they did between the Guatemala, and Mexico borders, that's not gonna work here. Some people are going to try to get their way in illegally smuggling using Cochise. Others are going to go home major damage reported in and around Anchorage Alaska following a massive seven magnitude earthquake Friday buckling buildings and roads suspending rail travel in briefly shutting the airport ABC's Alec stone with more as you're quake was hitting a FedEx Boeing trip. Seven was landing in Anchorage when the air traffic controller and mid quake guild for the jumbo jet to cancel his landing. The audio from live ATC dot net. There was confusion. And then finally an answer from the tower forty nine round. After the quake planes were held in the sky while the tower evacuated the president says the federal government will spare no expense to help. Mr. Trump is pooh-poohing last week's silver report on climate change here again as ABC's Jonathan Karl President Trump dismissed the report written by scientists from thirteen federal agencies and released by his administration the day after thanksgiving. It's a report that warns climate change is already taking toll record wildfires in California. Stronger hurricanes crop failures in the mid west. The report bluntly warns of more to come including threats to air quality and the transmission of disease and says if steps aren't taken to limit the release of carbon into the atmosphere economic consequences will be devastating a ten percent loss to the economy worse than the great recession. We asked the president about it. Mr. I if you read the climate report yet I've seen it. I've read some of it, and it's fine. But they say economic impact could be devastating. You don't believe it. No, no. I don't believe it right now, we're at cleanest we've ever been very important Jimmy, but if went plead, but every other place, our nurses, dirty. That's not so good. Marriott says it's been the victim of a four year. Cyberattack ABC's. Aaron Katersky has details. Marriott discovered only recently that hackers penetrated a Starwood guest reservation database in twenty fourteen and had been siphoning credit card numbers passport numbers and other customer information ever since hundreds of millions
Researcher claims to make world's first gene-edited babies
"The purpose not to. Cure or prevent an inherited disease, but something else entirely supposedly giving these twin girls the ability to resist HIV infection US supreme court back to work this week. So is our BG supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is back on the bench after suffering three fractured ribs earlier this month, the Eighty-five-year-old Justice fell in office and was briefly hospitalized Ginsburg and the other eight justices have a busy week ahead. I up a case involving apple the tech giant is trying to end an antitrust lawsuit. That could force the iphone maker to cut the thirty percent commission. Charges software developers whose Azer sold exclusively through Apple's app store. Kenneth Moton, ABC news, Washington. KTAR news time
Trump hails revamped North American trade deal
"Trump's top economic advisor is touting his new trade deal with Canada and Mexico and sending a warning to China White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow says the revamp North American trade deal that will replace NAFTA says a strong message to China continent as a whole now stands United against what I'm gonna call unfair trading practices by you-know-who starts with a C and ends with an Democrats say they will scrutinize every word of this deal that needs to be passed by congress. Kudlow says if Democrats want to help workers they'll support the deal. Kenneth Moton ABC news
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"This fall my kids and my grandkids are back out to play. This is a Scots yard. Now's the time to feed your lawn. Pick up a Bank of Scott's winter guard today. The house could soon release a number of documents related to its investigation into Russia election meddling house intelligence committee is preparing to release a batch of transcripts from interviews conducted as part of the panel's investigation into Russian meddling during the two thousand sixteen campaign. The committee voted Friday to release the fifty three transcripts which included interviews with Donald Trump junior. Jared Kushner attorney general Jeff Sessions, former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe and others. The office of the director of national intelligence will now reviewed the transcripts before they release. Kenneth Moton, ABC news the capitol. Trump administration documents predict a significant increase in the global temperature by the end of the century in documents laying out a case to roll back stricter fuel economy standards for vehicles. The White House says a global temperature increase of more than seven degrees Fahrenheit is almost certain by twenty one hundred and therefore limiting emissions would not make a difference. That's according to the Washington Post, but experts say a seventy. Increase would be catastrophic creating millions of climate refugees, while swamping coastal cities seven degrees is more than double the limit set by the Paris climate accord from which the White House plans to withdraw Brian Clark ABC news Honda is recalling nearly a quarter of a million vehicles that could have problems with the software that runs the backup camera display. This recall affects twenty eighteen accords and twenty nineteen insights, this is ABC news parking downtown or heading out to an event. Download.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on WTVN
"I believe we have a responsibility. To subpoena at the very least, Mark. Before we moved to vote. Senator Richard Blumenthal's? Request was voted down one pivotal vote on that matter is in Republican Senator Jeff flake says he will vote yes. To confirm supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh flake released a statement saying he left yesterday's hearing on sex assault allegations against cavenaugh with this much doubt as certainty, but he's prepared to support the nomination based on Kavanagh's view of the law. Injudicious record still no word from other key swing boats, including Republicans, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, that's ABC's. Kenneth Moton reporting Columbus police chief Kim now asking the FBI for help investigating the police vice units Columbus police chief once federal help to expose possible corruption within the vice squad vice officer, Andrew Mitchell is relieved of duty is evidence is developed an investigation that is three weeks old several incidents, but two recent high profile ones involving Mitchell and other officers one including the police involved shooting leading to the death of a woman during a prostitution. Sting another involving the arrest of adult film star. Stormy Daniels in July, Jared, alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN. AP customers will be seeing monthly Bill reductions after the company released reached a settlement with the public utilities commission of Ohio APA getting over six hundred million dollars in Bill credits from tax savings, which will then be passed down to customers settlement was reached. According to rules, set by the tax cuts issue by congress last year customers using an estimated one thousand kilowatt hours can expect to see their bills reduced by just under four dollars a month. The CDC says eighty thousand Americans died from the flu last season. He was surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams expressed some frustration over that number at a recent press conference. I gotta tell ya. I'm tired of hearing people say, well, I didn't get sick. And I didn't get the flu shot those eighty thousand people who died last year from the flu guess what they got the flu from the flu killed more people than traffic collisions gun violence and opioid overdoses last year, spike and flu doubts a severe flu season usually kills less than sixty thousand America. The CDC pins the increase on the H three virus? It's usually deadly among.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KSRO
"Kenneth Moton, Capitol Hill right now to sort of the most crucial hearing in the confirmation process of supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. Protest against Cavanaugh. And I stand with Brett demonstrations just before the high stakes hearing his accuser, Christine Blasi Ford. We'll tell Twenty-one senators on the judiciary committee. He tried to rape her at a party in the early eighties cavenaugh will strongly denied that allegation. GOP staffers have also been investigating unsubstantiated anonymous accusations against cavenaugh and allegations from two men that they were the ones who altered Blasi Ford, not cavenaugh the White House closely monitoring this hearing here's ABC's Karen Travers, President Trump is standing firmly behind Brad Kavanagh mass Wednesday, if there was a scenario where he would withdraw Kavanagh's nomination. He said sure if he thought Cavanaugh was guilty of something like this White House, counselor Kellyanne Conway told reporters this morning at the White House. There is no replacement under consideration. The president is not looking at any list. He's watching the testimony today and he stands by judge. Kevin. Oh, I'm Karen Travers at the White House now with more news. Here's Michelle Franzen. President Trump is also expected to meet today with deputy attorney. Army general rod Rosenstein, it follows a chaotic week that leaves Rosenstein future at the Justice department up in the air, President Trump telling New York news conference, he may delay his meeting with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and discussed the possibility he might fire him. My preference would be to keep him and to let him finish up the president's saying rod Rosenstein saying he didn't offer to secretly record, Mr. Trump. But hasn't said definitely that the deputy attorney general will stay or go Andy Field ABC news. The US economy grew at a robust annual rate of four point two percent in the second quarter that according to the Commerce Department. It's the best performance in nearly four years. But economists say that they believe growth has slowed in the current quarter partially because of the drag from trade, you're listening to ABC news. From.
Trump's top court pick, accuser to face high-stakes hearing
"The high stakes hearing involving sexual assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Now, just hours away his accuser testifying publicly today ABC's. Kenneth Moton is at the capital dabble is expected to come down at ten AM. Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley and top democrat Dianne Feinstein will deliver opening remarks then for the first time, we'll hear the voice of accuser Christine Blasi Ford who will make her opening statement Twenty-one senators, we'll have five minutes each for questions with the eleven Republicans expected to yield their time to outside counsel who will question Blasi Ford. Brad Kavanagh will then. Testify, an answer questions. The hearing is expected to last six to seven
Census Citizenship Controversy
"A federal judge here in New York set a trial date of November fifth for the case against the Commerce Department's decision to include a question about citizenship, and the twenty two thousand census a group of state attorneys general sued in April arguing that adding the citizenship question will fatally undermined the accuracy of the population count. The judge has yet to rule whether the plane is. I can depose commerce secretary Wilbur Ross who they said as personal firsthand knowledge of the circumstances and
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
Heroes of Flight 93 remembered at "Tower of Voices" memorial
"President Trump and the first lady joined others at the new tower voices memorial to remember the forty passengers and crew killed on hijack flight ninety three on nine eleven near the crash site outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the president recounted the final heroic moments of those on board through their sacrifice the forty save the lives of countless Americans in these saved our capital from a devastating strike. The president saying the heroes on flight ninety three change the course
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
John McCain laid to rest at U.S. Naval Academy after final journey
"After Sunday's private burial service for Senator John McCain at the US naval. Academy in Annapolis Maryland an aerial salute. By four f eighteen fighter jets and. The missing man flyover formation it was the final journey for Senator John McCain and that happened on Sunday to the man who. Served his country in war and in, congress was laid to rest hundreds came out for a hero sendoff. Kenneth Moton has more to the legendary Senator the procession taking John McCain to his final resting, place of the US naval academy people waving American flags lined the. Streets a
"kenneth moton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"In the Senate are demanding access to hundreds of thousands of documents records. From supreme court nominee bread Kavanagh's work with the George W, Bush White House. Citing executive privilege the Trump administration says it won't. Release them ABC's Kenneth Moton is at the White House with more confirmation hearing set for Brett Cavanaugh, sources say Cavanaugh who underwent intense Mark hearings is not expected to offer any commitment to recuse himself from cases involving investigations of President Trump in the past Cavanaugh advocated that sitting presidents should be free from the. Distractions of investigation confirmation hearings, begin, on Tuesday Arizona Senator John McCain will be laid to rest this afternoon at a private service on the grounds of the US naval academy among those eulogizing McCain on Saturday at the National, Cathedral in Washington, the senator's. Daughter Megan McCain we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness The real thing not cheap rhetoric, from men who will never. Come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly McCain's funeral procession stopped at the Vietnam memorial in Washington on Saturday McCain visited there. Often during his time in the Senate first responders are still, searching for at. Least one person still missing the Colorado river after. Two boats collided last night ABC's Marci Gonzales says a dozen people were hurt that search for those, twelve injured people in the water was especially challenging because this happened in the dark just after sunset around eight o'clock last night I just happened on the Colorado river in Milwaukee regional park that's your California's border. With Arizona the waterway was, packed, with people celebrating the holiday weekend the current was so strong rescuers say they found survivors as far as five miles from the crash scene the Netherlands will keep its terror threat level at, four out of, five following. The stabbing of two Americans the city's main railway station Aretha Franklin's relatives still sorting out her estate she.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KSRO
"From ABC news I'm Sherry Preston is some Democrats in the Senate are demanding access to hundreds of thousands of documents records. From supreme court nominee bread Kavanagh's work with the George W, Bush White House. Citing executive privilege the Trump administration says it won't. Release them ABC's Kenneth Moton is at the White House with more confirmation hearing set for Brett Cavanaugh, sources say Cavanaugh who underwent intense Mark hearings is not expected to offer any commitment to recuse himself from cases involving investigations of President Trump in the past cavenaugh advocated that sitting presidents should be free from the. Distractions of investigation confirmation hearings, begin, on Tuesday Arizona Senator John McCain will be laid to rest this afternoon at a private service on the grounds of the US naval academy among those eulogizing McCain on Saturday at the National, Cathedral in Washington, the senator's. Daughter Megan McCain we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness The. Real thing not cheap rhetoric from, men who will never come. Near the. Sacrifice he gave so willingly McCain's funeral procession stopped at the Vietnam memorial in Washington on Saturday McCain visited there. Often during his time in the Senate first responders are still, searching for at. Least one person still missing the Colorado river after. Two boats collided last night ABC's Marci Gonzales says a dozen people were hurt that search for those, twelve injured people in the water was especially challenging because this happened in the dark just after sunset around eight o'clock last night and this happened on the Colorado river in Milwaukee regional park that's your California's border. With Arizona the waterway was, packed, with people celebrating the holiday weekend the current was so strong rescuers say they found survivors as far as five miles from the crash scene the Netherlands will keep its terror threat level at, four out of, five following. The stabbing of two Americans the city's main railway station Aretha Franklin's relatives still sorting out her estate she left. Behind four sons but no will, you're listening to ABC news Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and, saying I quit and how would.
Croatia defeats Russia in shootout to reach World Cup semifinals
"In chicago saturday demonstrators calling out elected officials to do more to address gun violence in the city the group led police to briefly shut down the north brown dan ryan expressway during their march at group calling for better schools jobs and economic development there's no indication foul play at anything to do with the deadly home explosion in southern new jersey saturday morning that blast damage at least four neighboring homes several homes damaged debris sent flying a macro spotted dangling high in the trees installation on the power lines investigators on the same focused on the appliances to people inside the homework killed family friends say they were an elderly couple well known in the community incredibly there were no other injuries investigators from a number of agencies spent the day fifteen through debris as they work to confirm the cause of the explosion kenneth moton abc news newfield new jersey very european final four at the world cup after england beat sweden saturday and brady with our partners at sky news is in scenario southern russia england will face croatia in the world cup semifinal they again rolled their look winning another penalty shootout and dumping out the hosts russia england all what they have to do now history beckons in moscow on wednesday night france and belgium play the first.
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.
Senate, Sarah and Murder discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"Hour president trump meets for an hour tonight on capitol hill with house republicans the subject immigration president trump sounded optimistic about immigration reform when he walked out of his meeting with house republicans the laws had been broken for many years decades but we had a great meeting for white house says the president endorsed two gop immigration bills that tackle border wall funding the be the lottery an immigrant family separations but the pieces of legislation don't have the needed support in the senate kenneth moton abc news the capitol civil rights attorneys file a federal lawsuit accusing bristol county sheriff tom hodgson unlawfully detaining an immigrant for nearly three weeks they allege the sheriff's refusal to free moya assists ribas violated state law hodgson claims the lawsuit as completely false and unethical a boston federal court jury continues deliberations tomorrow in the murder trial of mobster cadillac frank salami and an associate they did not reach a verdict after getting the case today the two defendants denied the accusation there accused in the killing of restaurant owner stephen to sarah in nineteen ninetythree to sorrows family releasing a statement today saying however gruesome.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KOMO
"News stay connected stay informed komo news one thousand ninety seven seven and komonews dot com president trump showing support for his embattled epa administrator scott pruitt even though the chief of staff is reportedly attempted to oust him the administration insisting pruitt has done a good job despite mounting questions about his travel expenses security detail and his connection to a top energy lobbyists abc's kenneth moton has more new reports have in battle epa administrator scott pruitt unprecedented spending associated press reporting better than epa official who spoke anonymously for fear of retaliation says pruitt security costs travel expenses plus pay total nearly three million dollars this news coming just hours after pruitt met with president trump in the oval office the president thinks that he's done a good job on the purpose of carrying out the goals of the epa for the white house refuses to say you're pruitt is on the chopping block trump tweeting his support for the epa chief whom he said it's totally under siege despite the president's tweet abc news has confirmed that its own chief of staff john kelly believes pruitt should go scrutiny magnified by this news interview about top eight getting hefty pay raises go around the president in the white house and get pay raises to two staffers did not my staff did and i found out about that yesterday and changed it but epa officials telling abc news that's not true they say pruitt knew about the raises and supported them one eight received a nearly fifty seven thousand dollar increase pruitt already under fire for that housing deal that allowed him to pay fifty dollars a night for this dc apartment is owned by in washington lobbyists whose husband represents clients who fall under the jurisdiction was like an airbnb situation when i was not there the landlord they had access to entirety of the facility near detail about that living arrangement abc news has learned the city says the landlord did not have a license to rent out the room and political reports pruitt overstate is welcome landlords were so frustrated with their lingering tenant that the ability pushed him out and change their locks that living arrangement is under scrutiny by the epa as inspector general and members of congress the epa which is already looking into his travel says security costs were high because pruitt the man responsible for.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Investigative part of this so what exactly happened where do we go from here what authorities have to say we will be live with kenneth moton abc news he will join us with the investigative part of the story that comes your way at 334 on wtmj and we continue to have our athletes to watch and the winter games which start now in about a week and other athlete to watch comes your way at three forty one on wtmj president trump gives his state of the union and roger goodell was giving his state of the nfl address where is the commissioner missing the mark on his remarks greg shares his thoughts 735 tonight on sports central news after money here's brad alan with the wtmj drake associates market update us stocks rose today capping off a strong start to two thousand eighteen with the dow jones industrial average having its best monthly performance since march of two thousand sixteen the dow gained about seventy two points with boeing hitting an alltime high the sp 500 rose point zero five percent and the nasdaq composite advance point one two percent the federal reserve left interest rates unchanged but did say it expects inflation to move up this year and to stabilize around its two percent target treasury yields rose on the back of that statement the benchmark 10year yield rose to two point seven five percent before trading at two point seven two percent while the 2year yield held around two point one five percent u s economic aid has been strongly adp and moody's analytics said private companies added two hundred thirty four thousand jobs.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KOMO
"A new assists from me and i would i am going to do is to let the process play forward is that the first time lewis douse asking of space legal trouble during the campaign he was involved in a physical altercation grabbing a reporter by the arm but a misdemeanor battery charge was later drops abc's kenneth moton a san francisco woman is fighting back against thieves who've been stealing packages from her porch she filled boxes with used capped litter and left them on the stoop for thieves and they took them and were were they in for a big surprise when the open to find out she was a really a waste cameo would tells bustle that porch pirates have been stealing online orders containing everything from cap meds to us things at us knock he was his wall light for ohio teenagers faced a judge yesterday in connection with the death of amana earlier this month more from abc's gio benitez each between the ages of thirteen and fifteen their families by their side some openly crying all denying juvenile charges of murder and the hickey were vandalism stemming from a prank that turned deadly police claimed the defendants deliberately and fatally tossed a sandbag from a bridge onto a busy interstate that sandbag hitting a traveling car blow the victim 23yearold marquees bird a father of a young boy succumbing to his injuries four days later on december twenty sec i will say it's out here today on you know from each of the juvenile's and i don't always see that at a detention hearing this tragic incident coming just two months after five teenagers in michigan were charged with second degree murder accused of throwing rocks off at overpass on the exact same highway 1 deadly toss of a six pound rock killing thirty two yearold father of four kenneth white the five defendants pleaded not guilty and face possible life imprisonment if convicted and in this latest case an attorney for one of the boys says his client expresses remorse for the victim the victims' family has said they'd like to see them tried as adults but the prosecutor tells us if highly unlikely the bar is just too high for that komo news time eight forty nine a door to a.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Seventeen the ongoing russia investigation and the fbi abc news is kenneth moton is in west palm beach president trump today spotted on his trump international golf course through the trees in his signature red make america great again hat on christmas the president said he'd be back at work today he's also back on twitter responding to a fox news report about that now infamous dossier alleging links between the trump campaign and russia dossiers we have long known as bogus the president tweeting wow dossier is bogus clinton campaign dnc funded dossier epi i cannot after all this time verify claims and darcy of russia trump collusion fbi tainted the most salacious parts of the dossier have not been corroborated and it's unclear what role of any it has played in the fbi's broader russia investigation who weeks the president has been attacking the fbi here amara lago president trump also taking aim at fbi deputy director andrew mccabe accusing him of bias during the hillary clinton email investigation after an ally of clinton's donated to mccabe weiss political campaign at the time mccabe consulted fbi ethics officials about the donation the president asking on twitter how mccabe could be quote given seven hundred thousand dollars for wife's campaign by clinton puppets the administration defending the president's attacks on fbi leadership he's making the point that we need to make sure there so biased i think they're serious concerns about whether or not there was or was not so this is the bill right here and we're very proud of it trump still riding high after signing the gop tax bill into law now onto infrastructure the border wall in healthcare tweeting democrats and republicans will eventually come together and develop a great new healthcare plan tonight the president reaching a new milestone he spent more than one hundred days this year at one of his properties that's nearly a third of.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"From abc news todd ant the white house says president trump looks forward to fulfilling the promise that he made to the american people to give them a tax cut by the end of the year republican field the biggest overhaul to the nation's tax code in a generation now they have a final down and they say they have the votes at senators are falling in line senator marco rubio said he was in now that the child tax credit had to be more generous to get his lowers our wanna support tax reform and support for the country but i think this needs to be part of it republicans gave him what he wanted allowing lowincome families to claim up to fourteen hundred dollars per child rubio is now well yes abc's mary bruce reporting at x capitol hill staffer is calling for an ethics investigation into a virginia congressman she's accusing of sexual misconduct emory's ever since as she was fired him blackboard on capitol hill after rejecting the sexual advances abridging a representative bobby scott ever sent an exlegislator aid for the congressional black caucus so scott inappropriately touched her twice while they're working together five years ago that i have worked very hard to accomplish scott denies the allegations calling them politically motivated kenneth moton abc news washington female congressional cabinet edry or ramsey has dropped out of the kansas race over a twelve year old lawsuit accusing her of sexually harassing a male subordinate ramsey calling the allegations that she arrest and retaliated against the mantle lie in a facebook post friday announcing the end of her campaign in southern california thousands of firefighters be battling wildfires through christmas one firefighter was killed this week national weather service meteorologist rich thomason as means work the way down through sieve through.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KOMO
"For tax reform but many are focused on what's being called the racial flurry slurry the oval office abc's kenneth moton reports from washington today president trump's fight for his first john slade if victory once again overshadowed by what many hip called an offensive mohmed in front of a group of native heroes although we have a representative in congress who they say was he a long time ago they caller pocahantas native american groups condemning the president's words polka contents the president label for politico massachusetts senator elizabeth warren she called comment a racial slur aimed at distracting from the gop tax reform plan kenneth moton abc news washington a major signal their former national security adviser michael flynn could be ready to cooperate with special counsel robert muller in the russia investigation lindh's lawyer meeting monday with the special counsel's team abc chief investigative correspondent brian ross people briefed on the case say flynn may be writers of talk has he faces the prospect that both he and his son could be prosecuted his lawyer recently cut off communications with white house lawyers and he already told congress general flynn certainly has a story to tell and he very much wants to tell it showed the circumstances permit air battle the us senate candidate roy more speak least alabama last night continued to deny allegations that he sexually assaulted or molested women decades ago arguing that if the women were abused they would not have wanted publicity when he young lady is abused now grip present many victims cases such as this i have not seen one who wants her picture posted on national tv especially in a political advertisement and other former staffer accusing congressman john conyers of sexual harassment dna mayor said that he made.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KTRH
"Drop down to 10 percent overnight under partly cloudy skies lows in the low to mid 70s partly sunny for your monday with a fifty percent chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms highs low 90s with him next around 102 i'm across todd work for wiltel it's eighty six on the island eighty seven at the ktrh top tax defenders 24hour weather center it's 800 on our top story there will be no healthcare vote in the senate this week senate majority leader mitch mcconnell announced he's putting the big vote on hold until senator john mccain can return to washington from his home in arizona where he is recovering from blood plot surgery abc's gloria riviera has more on the developing story although we have to go on right now is from the colonel's office mcconnell has said that lawmakers will simply focus on other items wow mccain is recovering now mccain's out as has said he's been ordered to rest for the week but they gave no concrete tienlin so this could push this vote all the way to the week of july twentyfourth and as we know a lot can happen on capitol hill in one week we do know that senator mccain is tough he's handled a lot more than a blood clot in his time in his own tweet today he said he's feeling good and looking forward to getting back to work mcconnell needs at least fifty committed yes votes right now does it looks like they're not there at least eight swimmers are dead after a flash flooding colds rings arizona on saturday carry them away abc's kenneth moton reports fastmoving water sweeping away your who was workers in northern arizona rescue this guy and his onemonth old baby water mud trees pre watching down a melton flooding the world rescuers on at least eight killed two of them children poor rescued but tonight the desperate search for two more still missing officials say the wall of water that swept away those more than six feet high moving nearly thirty miles an hour ktrh news time is eight o3 during saturday's heavy weather lightning colonel houston woman literally napping it's something no one wants to wake up to but something iena chambers neighbor was yelling at her when she got up from a nap saturday afternoon lightning made a big down to a.
"kenneth moton" Discussed on KOMO
"The us warning against logic and other chemical weapons attack mattis noted that there has been no such attacks since the white house's surprise statement monday night in that statement the us threatened president bosch are assads government with a heavy price of it used chemical weapons the us as it saw active preparations to use them and mattis wouldn't say what triggered us concerns of an imminent attack do it torrential study shows that president trump's policies have caused countries to have a less favourable view of the us than in the past joining me on the kobus on with some of the takeaways from the study abc's kenneth moton at the white house what are the number show kenneth hey they show that brought president trump powerp will keep our through their unpopular which really should be a surprise with the america perth progress about pew report better survey people in thirty feb a nato favorable ratings whether the a decree pick people are prepared to forty nine percent but really good i revere network carpet have been trump to do the right thing when it comes to international repair twenty two percent compared to president obama quick before per month ago that betty for trump they up on climate change immigration of called people with the code arrogant in our it even dangerous but he also theme of a strong leader and come but you david where the president had the repeat or beckoned big trip or trip picking arpaio you're going to be twenty bummer where you'll be surrounded by leaders from many of the country pervade very interesting study also the president today making a push to get the house to pass legislation the crackdown on sanctuary cities like the one here at seattle and undocumented immigra criminals right intimate back bush president trump will meet with victims of immigrant crime at the white house he urged him out the path to build on immigration that target sanctuary city of community that don't report federal immigration law the other bill imposes copper penalty i give undocumented immigrants who commit crimes get deported and reenter the us tom and the chicago cubs are coming back to the white house worth they there in january when there was a cubs fan an office look when you have a one hundred eight your drought when it comes to the.