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President Biden kicks off term with flurry of executive orders
"Biden Thursday laid out what he is calling a full scale war time effort to fight the Koven 19 pandemic. Right now, there are more than 24.6 million cases of the Corona virus in the U. S. CBS is we Jiujiang with details, Help is on the way. First wave of help is coming through 10 executive orders that President Biden signed Thursday he promised to do better than his predecessor. But he reminded Americans of the reality ahead. We didn't get into this mess overnight. It's gonna take months for us to turn things around. The president invoked the defense production act compelling companies to make supplies everything from more syringes to peopie eat. Part of Mr Biden's actions aimed to increase testing and vaccinations. But he bristled when a reporter asked him if, as some experts have suggested the promise of 100 million vaccines in 100 days is too low Bar hired Basically where the U. S is right now. When I announced that you all said, it's not possible. Come on, Give me a break. Man. Question Good start back in the briefing room Over two months after his last appearance, Dr Anthony Fauci, who returned as President Biden's chief medical advisor, One of the things that we're gonna do is to be completely transparent, open and honest. CBS is we did Jang at the White House.
New York state loses 1 million jobs during pandemic
"New York state shed one million jobs during the Koven 19 pandemic last year. That means 10% of the state Works force is gone. Unemployed New York City lost the majority of the jobs from December 2019 to December 20 2500 and 78,000 of the one million jobs lost. We're here in New York City. In other words, that's one of eight jobs in the big Apple 12% disappeared. That's the highest job loss rate in New York State. All this from the Department of Labor Jobs in the U. S is a whole drop 6%. That's half the rate in New York City. Equally troubling is that the economy is stalled during the second wave over 19. New York state lost another 37,200 jobs in December compared to November of last year. Governor. Cuomo says the New York job market will not recover from Cove in 19 until 2025, speaking
Biden unveils Covid-19 plan based on 'science not politics' as he signs new initiatives
"37. President Joe Biden has announced his administration's plans to fight the Koven 19 pandemic. Our plan starts with minute, aggressive, safe and effective vaccination campaign. Meet our goal of administrating 100 million shots. Our 1st 100 days in office were on day one. This will be one of the greatest operational challenges our nation has ever undertaken. I'm committed to getting it done. We're committed to getting the time the president just sign 10 executive orders in the battle against the coronavirus. One of those orders is to invoke the Defense Production Act, which would try to speed up vaccine production. President. Biden also says he wants the federal government to offer guidance and resource is to help with the reopening of schools
Biden signs first executive actions as president
"Joe Biden agenda Now that he's in the Oval Office sign 17 executive actions effectively undoing many of his predecessors. Key policies, things like stopping construction on the border wall, ending that travel ban from many Muslims. Jordy countries and rejoining the Paris climate Agreement and the World Health Organization boxes Kristin Fisher but has also released his Koven relief plan. The $1.9 Trillion coronavirus Rescue package includes direct payments of $1400 to most Americans. The plan also includes $350 billion in state and local government aid and $50 billion for covert 19 testing.
"koven" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The editor's desk right here in center City on end in sight, the latest on the Koven vaccine in Pennsylvania's Health secretary says she hopes that they can move to the next phase of Copan. Vaccination soon is the pace seems to be picking up is we hear from Kate? What abuse suburban bureau chief Jim Millward Pennsylvania House Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says she believes the pace of vaccinations picked up last week and she hopes they can keep improving, She says the Department of Health now is a map on the state's vaccine page, where health care providers who were not affiliated with the hospital or health system can sign up to get a vaccine. We want them to get vaccinated, and so we have Actually ordered hospitals, too, with the keep at least 10% for that mission, But then they're also evacuate, sees as well as how to you. Municipal health departments that are working on that mission as well of Q. H C stands for federally qualified health centers, Levine says they're making plans to move from 18 of one B, but she didn't get more specific than soon. She says. Anyone who falls in one B should reach out to their health care providers. Now, one be includes anyone 75, or older first responders, education and daycare workers. Grocery store employees, postal workers and public transit workers at the suburban Bureau Jim Award, a winnable you news radio. Meanwhile, across the Delaware and New Jersey health officials say that there have been a few reports of people trying to jump the line when it comes to getting covered Vaccines as we hear from Kevin Abuse Mike Denardo, the Garden state is relying on the honor system. Currently, only people in the one a group and police and firefighters are eligible for the vaccine in New Jersey. How is the state making sure people aren't trying to jump the line? State Health Commissioner Judy Purse Achille said showing documentation would only slow down the vaccination process. So the state is simply trusting people to do the right thing. I get many, many emails a day. People really begging to get the vaccine and I don't blame them, but we just have to try to do it in an orderly fashion, particularly said if someone that a vaccine site shows up, but they're not eligible. The staff is told to call them back at the end of the day if unused doses are available, so they're not wasted. She said. More than one million people had pre registered for the vaccine on the state's website. And those people would be notified when their group is eligible. More than 214,000 doses have been administered so far in New Jersey and a vaccination tracker has just been added to the state's website. Like Denard. Okay, whatever the news radio, and now we go to the Rosengarten scoreboard. Get your free roof estimate at roof, nick dot com and the Eagles. They fired head coach Doug Peterson today and the move came after a meeting with owner Jeffrey Lori. Okay, Whatever you said. Banking joins us and Ed. Does this move really come as a surprise? Well, this would have been a bit more surprising if this had happened about a week ago. But it seems a little less surprising considering what transpired over the weekend. That we could go in the regular season and it Doug Peterson talked with reporters said he was looking forward to fixing things for the upcoming 2021 season after 4 11 and one campaign. But then things seemed to change over the weekend reports service that Peterson's job was not safe, and there was speculation that power structure was part of the problem. Peterson apparently wanted to make sure he could select his own coaches, and it didn't seem like management was on board with that. Whatever the reason, owner Jeffrey Loria Peterson had a Monday meeting in Peterson is now out as head coach of the eagle. Where the Eagles go from here. Well, there are a host of qualified assistance and eagles or been fortunate they're behind in the interviewing process. But none of the 16th with vacancies other than the Eagles have hired a coach. As for Peterson, he could certainly wind up somewhere, possibly with the Jets, where Joe Douglas, the former Eagles assistant, GM is now running. This show is general manager but Doug Peterson's Rain and Philadelphia as a head coach has come to an end. Well, let's K one of you said, making an Eagles owner Jeffrey Loria also spoke with the media and talked about how tough of a decision this was dug for. Family for over 20 years. It's rare to have somebody as your quarterback as your assistant coach from the ground up on as a cord and then as as a head coach of your team. And having all the success that we've had together. So once again, Eagle's head coach Doug Peterson, has been fired after five years with the team will get a check on traffic and weather coming up after this. It's 6 50. Okay, what W NEWS radio catch up.
U.S. to require COVID-19 tests for airline passengers from U.K.
"U. S health officials requiring all airline passengers from the UK test negative for Koven starting on Monday that comes as the U. K sees new virus variants, which may be more contagious than what we've seen. The feds have other warning sounds. The CDC recommends getting tested before and after your trip, limiting the number of people you interact with and then quarantining for seven days when you get back home. In Chicago. I'm Garrett Tenney Fox News
U.K. issues warning after 2 allergic reactions to Pfizer vaccine
"Tonight. British doctors warning patients who have a significant history of allergic reactions not to get the Fizer vaccine to health workers who got the Koven vaccine and the first day of rolls out. And great Britain's suffered allergic reactions. The FDA says the fires of vaccine is safe and effective, and regulators expected to approve it tomorrow. Trial participants believe that's true, but some say they felt a little sick. After getting the shot If he has already said, You may have muscle pains, chills or a headache. When you get the vaccine, doctor, see if you have some concerns, you can talk to them about
More than half of FDNY firefighters say they will refuse COVID vaccine, survey says
"Fire Department of New York found that more than half of New York City firefighters won't take the Koven vaccine when it becomes available to first responders this, according to a story in the post. The poll was conducted by the Union Uniformed Firefighters Association about 2000 firefighters were surveyed. Andrew Ans, Bro. Is the president of the United Firefighters Association. I think there's an education issue that needs to be overcome by the department. I think if I get to work with the department on this, that we're gonna be able to get those numbers off, I'm hoping in the end, this becomes Success story, the F D. N Y announced last week it would not make the vaccine mandatory for its members. The winter
Death toll in U.S. increases as hospitals are overwhelmed
"Student coronavirus rising to a new high again. The Koven tracking project reports over 98,000 Americans in the hospital as of Tuesday. Record hospitalizations came the same day new covert death stops a 23 100. CDC
COVID-19 cases surge in Texas
"As Corona. Virus cases continue to surge in Texas A new study shows the state may nearly triple the number of daily Koven deaths in the next two weeks in projects 2600 deaths in Texas during that time, the Texas Education Agency releasing new guidelines for schools amid the pandemic, the changes allow for schools to switch to virtual learning if they're staffing shortages or if there are confirmed cases in the building. That boy schools have to notify the ta and complete required paperwork. When schools do reopen, students will be allowed to attend in verse in classes if they want
Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings
"Will receive this year's international Emmy founder's award in recognition of his leadership during the Koven 19 crisis, according to the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Saving, the Academy president said the governor's 1 11 daily briefings works so well because he effectively created television. Shows with characters, plot lines and stories of success and failure, the governor said of the honor. But I considered them joint performances, joking that it was his response to questions that enhanced his performance at the news conference is as of this month, New York State has reported more than 33,000 deaths. Michelle Pelino Fox News
Chicago Restauranteurs: Data Refutes Need For Indoor Dining Ban
"Chicago restaurant owners claim data from the city that they obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request. Chose out of the roughly 70,000 Chicago restaurant workers only 300 have so far tested positive for the Corona virus. Senate Minority Leader Dan McConkie Republican of Hawthorn, Woods says he's spoken with Health Department officials in Northwest suburbs and they said the same thing you know, one of the things that they said is that when the governor first put in place Koven restrictions, But he said he would work with local health departments in order to ensure that the mitigation efforts that were done or in response to the data and the local help of health. Lt's up here are saying that restaurants do not appear to be a problem speaking with WG and Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news,
Zebra's death believed to be caused by fireworks
"News, A young zebra, born at the start of the Koven 19 pandemic, died at Noah's Ark Zoo farm near Bristol, England. Is who writes on Facebook that when fireworks went off ahead of a bonfire last Wednesday, hope ran into the boundary of her enclosure. The South believes she was frightened by the banks of the fireworks, which caused her
Fireworks believed to have led to young zebra's death at zoo
"Sounds that scare scare your your dog dog or or cat cat every every fourth fourth of of July July or or being being blamed blamed for for the the death death of of an an animal animal at at a a British British zoo. zoo. A A young young zebra zebra board board at at the the start start of of the the Koven Koven 19 19 pandemic pandemic died died at at Noah's Noah's Ark Ark Zoo Zoo farm near Bristol, England. It's believed the zebra named Hope died after being scared by fireworks. Those who writes on Facebook that when fireworks went off ahead of a bonfire last Wednesday. Hope ran into the boundary of her enclosure. The staff believes she was frightened by the banks of the fireworks, which caused her to bolt. The zoo says a postmortem report showed hopes cause of death was sudden impact. This who's hoping it'll make people consider alternative celebration methods. That's correspondent Matt Piper.
Why fewer in N.J. are dying of COVID-19 as the second wave continues
"Jersey. Bracing now for whatever comes of a second wave of Corona virus Kyi W's Mike Doherty with a story virtual health is ready to take on the next phase of the Koven challenge. What we're seeing now is that is that the number of patients getting hospitalized with covert is increasing. Relatively rapidly. Doctor. Reg Glaber is VP and chief clinical officer at virtual and he says people aren't dying at nearly the same rate as earlier in the year. People were also dying at home earlier in the year because of heart attacks and strokes because they were afraid to come to the hospital, and he says that can't happen anymore. We truly have tried to set up In each of our five hospitals to hospitals within each hospital. Ah hospital that's for patients with Covitz at a hospital for patients that don't have code. Some new treatments have shown promise and a new FDA approved therapeutic is cause for optimism. He says. Pfizer's vaccine is great news, too, but it will be a while before that is readily available. It's not just one vaccine that we each have to take. We have to take two vaccines on day one and then day 21. For that reason, he says, people should avoid large into our gatherings for Thanksgiving in South
2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know
"McIntyre, who's the 54th annual CMA awards for the fifth time, But this time, she shares the stage for the first time with Darius Rucker. As the pandemic continues, the CMAs move from its usual home at the Bridgestone Arena to the Music City Center building, the only members in the audience. The performers Lee Brice and Tyler Hubbard, are out because they tested positive for Koven 19. But the night's top nominees Miranda Lambert is in, as is Maren Morris. Luke comes Jason Aldean Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBride, him or the show open, with several artists paying tribute to the late Charlie Daniels. CMA's Marinate on ABC. Michelle Pelino facsimiles 6
Chicago has new color-coded travel warning
"Is rolling out a tiered color coded system for its Koven 19, emergency Travel Order City resident traveling from the States and Rhetta required to quarantine for 14 days. People returning from states in Orange Kaneda quarantine for two weeks or test negative no more than 72 hours before arriving in the city.
Bettman: NHL is mulling temporary realignment
"Of its teams for next season during the Koven 19 Pandemic League is also contemplating and reduced schedule and temporary hubs as it deals with the restrictions on cross border travel and regional quarantine requirements. The NHL hopes to start the season on New Year's Day. Meanwhile, the N BA has
Paris hospital director: Christmas should be cancelled due to COVID-19
"Paris Hospital director calls for Christmas gatherings to be canceled In France as the Koven cases rise. A Paris hospital director called to cancel Christmas and New Year's As Francis Corona virus cases continue to grow. Julian language. Or Langley. The hospital director and Anthony Hospital in the Paris region told RMC Radio that Christmas and New Year's Eve parties could cause cases to surge further. Langley said. That celebration's could end as quote giant intergenerational clusters that could be at the origins of a potential new third wave. Of the Corona virus pandemic, I would say without any hesitation, we ought to cancel Christmas. And Ah ST Sylvester. French president Emmanuel Macron said during a televised address on October 28th at the country entered a second lock down because France has been overpowered by his second wave lock down is expected to last until December. But could be extended or shortened depended on what data reflects in the
"koven" Discussed on WTOP
"Derek Koven, The former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd has posted bond and has been released from jail. Multiple reports say he posted a $1 million conditional bail this morning. Children has been held at a maximum security prison since late May. He was the officer shown on video, pinning George Floyd's neck onto a Minneapolis ST for more than eight minutes. What's that killing ignited protests against racial injustice and police brutality all across the country show Vin faces charges of second degree unintentional murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter to Isis fighters were in federal court here in Alexandria today to face charges related to the deaths of four American citizens. W T O P NATIONAL security correspondent J. J Green has our story. Alexandra and El Shafie O'Shea quarter part of a group of jailers for Isis, known as the Beatles because of their British accents. Their role within the Isis terrorist organization was that of being part of a brutal hostage taking ski exact. Terwilliger U. S attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. Four Americans were among their victims. James Foley, Kayla Mueller, Stephen Saw off and Peter Kassig. The whole world saw what they did the brutal acts of beheading or captured by The ISIS media propaganda machine. If convicted, each faces life in prison. The U. S had to promise the British government it would not seek the death penalty to get the two turned over. J Green w T O P News 6 51 watch out for unapproved face masks and other counterfeit personal protective equipment. There's a lot of it coming into the country, Customs and border protection officers all through the mid Atlantic. I've been seizing counterfeit and face masks as well as unapproved covert 19 medications and test kids. CBP says almost 59,000 facemasks violate trademark protections and are potentially dangerous. The shipments involved arrived from 11 nations. CPB says the volume of counterfeit covert 19 face masks is astonishing. 6 50 to the pandemic has closed the music venue. Hamilton Live since March. But this weekend, it finally reopens for a dinner and a movie Siri's of concert films. When you Walk into that Big 10,000 Square Foot Roman see more.
"koven" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And just put up, you know, glass barriers as the president walked from backstage to the front of stage to keep people not exposed Teo to him. Duke last bears now in president's speeches when Pope speech, so that's not uncommon, and I think we'll get more clarity in the next 24 hours. I think everybody infecting everybody is in the room. Just figuring out how the next 3 to 4 days look like Republican strategist Bryan Lanza were more on the election campaign now from Rachel, Bitter coffer who's an erection forecaster on host off the Election Whisperer podcast. In one aspect. It changes very little, and that's the contours of the vote choice, right? It's not going to change. That means they were still looking at pulling that's going to show Biden ahead. Hyperpartisanship polarization has made voter sentiment very in elastic, so that things even giant pandemics and infected president Don't impact voter choice, right? But in other ways, we're going to have a massive change, right? I mean, here's the last 30 days of the election, and we certainly can't see the president going into debates. Even if he ends up with a mild version of the Koven 19. He was doing this irresponsible in person rally. Traditional campaign style approved to election earing, and that obviously is not going to be happening now, too, so we really are going to see profound differences on the close of this cycle is going to be impacted pretty grandly. The one thought that I've heard ad Is If the president were to be quite seriously ill. With this, there would be public concern public sympathy might that lead to some minds being changed? Here's the thing. Yes, there will be great public sympathy if it was the opposite situation where you were looking at the Republican electorate, and they had to feel sympathy for Joe Biden. I think we would see a more constrained response. But my guess is that Democrats were going to be pretty sympathetic. And I guess politically civil about Trump and about these other key Republicans who are getting diagnosed with this virus, right? But in terms of voting, no, you will not see people changing their vote choice to vote for Donald Trump. Merely because he's been diagnosed with Koven 19 to that announcement. My first question would almost inevitably have bean about the presidential debate and the impact that might have had on the voters. What's your take on that now? We are looking at this debate that really has no parallels right? Weak. It was not a debate by any traditional sense. The reaction wass universally negative in terms of his intensity, I think and the way that he was cutting, biting off But again, I really did not expect it to move public opinion. I have been talking quite a lot about how little swing there isn't the swing voters do to hyper partisanship and polarization, especially trying to get people to understand that most independence Lean towards the Democrats or to the Republicans, and therefore, you know, we're really talking about a much smaller pool of people that we call pure independence. And you know Biden is winning in this group about 60 40. Rachel. Bitter coffee election forecaster. You're listeningto weekend from the BBC World Service..
"koven" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Hope over a Koven relief law and uncertainty ahead of the presidential debates and decided to sell today down. Lost. 131 went to these time for 41. Time for traffic in transit. Here's Greg Rice. Lauri, Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. As we've been telling you. Lower East River has been actually packed today. You've got the Brooklyn battle Williamsburg Carlene for the breakdown of the right lane. We finally see a police officer with a tow truck. Just a whole lot of traffic back into lower Manhattan, Brooklyn bound Manhattan Bridge at least Was better because everything's been reopened. Brooklyn bound Brooklyn Bridge is awful. Just be causing the Brooklyn bound Battery Tunnel by default is your winner out of lower Manhattan Back towards the Brooklyn side arrested the roundup. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. Inbound George could ride to the upper lower everything out in some sort of slow cross Bronx, the worst of it. Lincoln's about 10 minutes in a 30 minutes out 45 of the outbound side of the Holland And that back in a new A jersey the out that sky way better than that worked. Extension bridges to and from Staten Island. Behave queens. Bette R F K closer to Queen Slower You go because of ongoing issues on the ramp to the westbound beacuse Whitestone Throgs neck. They do the job at least so far this afternoon. In Westchester North Hodja mess to the cross County again from a Marinich. You stay with the New England Thruway. And for the most part you stay on the gas Cross Westchester. A westbound mess from 6 84 ride on out towards the Sprain. Brook Parkway. Morial Cuomo Bridge is fine, but the North down through whale GM of getting up towards the Palisades. I'm Greg Rise. Our next report at 4 51 on 10 10 wins as New York City Elementary school students resumed in person.
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"koven" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Deed for your neighbor by 11 50 Let's go to the vault is a 66391 10 20 Happy Labor Day, Marty and Swiss Veil You're on Katie Kay. No, it's Brody. Um No. Brody, I talked before Mr Moore. Is Marty on the screening. I'm sorry, Brody. Go. No, no, I just said it's nice to hear Chris more going for Marty. I just called to talk about briefly very briefly about the The male and the protesters. The US mail. I don't know what's causing them to slow down. I don't know if it's a conspiracy. I don't know what's going on with it. Obviously, since the Koven The U. S mail. Their their their Their stars went from, Maybe 2.5 a negative, too. They're doing a horrible job. I'm just telling you that right now, I'm sorry for any male men out there, but You know, I know my rent check. It has to get the Mount Washington I have delivered myself and drop it on the drop off. My my check shows up late. I don't know what's going on with that. I hope it could be regulated. And but mainly called to talk to you about the protesters on Saturday going turn downtown Pittsburgh bothering people peacefully. Uh, You know, having a nice meal and everything like that. Uh And then the mayor said that, uh He had He had enough of the protest thing. So what made him make a stand because they're bothering his sleep. It's got to come to an end. Chris, this is ridiculous. I never I never not surrounded by protest before it better not happen. God help those people. Who what are you going to do? If it doesn't? What are you going to do? If it does, I mean Well, I mean, come on. I mean, I don't like to fight either, but, um You know I don't Are you suggesting you go start a fight? No. But what happens if they come to my table and just start Schlepping stuff around. What do I do? Do I run inside? So I called 911. So you know, I don't want to just go on and tell the truth. You go fade, right? Of course I am. Alright. Well their head like Look, Brody here. Here's the thing. Ah, cow ridden house decided he was going to fight and he killed two people. Now he may be judged innocent at the end of whatever legal troubles, he hairs but already every $70,000 to defend him. And that is not enough, in fact, is crooked Lawyer resigned because he was stealing some of the money and he's got At new counsel and he's got to raise more money. You may be defending your rights, but people who tell me about use of force that I interview tell me the minimum you're going to get in terms of Ah, Getting involved in a fight is a legal bill for about $25,000. You should think twice about fighting. People just drop on the floor. Just My my head and let people kicked me in the head on the island Protesters did doing the civil rights movement. That's that is correct, Mr Long. Well, you don't have to drop on the floor, but you can retreat. And and that's basically what I would do. And I say that as a person who has a license to carry and concealed, Terry, Okay? No, I understand that now is somewhat if if my wife and I wouldn't be out eating, doing covert ID this, But if we were and somebody turned over my table, I'd grab my wife at arm and we'd start retreating. If somebody hit my way treating if somebody hit my wife, then I would I think that I could defend myself, okay? And her tell you while you make every bit of sense, Mr more you really dio. I would hope I hope that never happens to me and, uh, You know, you know everything. I'm sure you could handle business. But it is very smart. God gave you two legs, but it's like this has to stop. People were listening. And they're thinking of conspiring Tio protest and what I'm glad to see the mayor has changed his plans. Oh, man, and he's cracking down on anybody who's disrupted anybody who's peaceably going about their business having dinner, Okay? That's nice. Thank you. Alright. Thank you. Alright, God bless you. Thank you. You too. Thank you, sir. Let's go to Steve. Stevie on Katie. Hey, how you doing? All right, you Great. Thanks. Actually, I'm the chairman of Pittsburgh Labor Day Parade I organized. The whole thing with other people is going up by you. You know that We are the number one parade in the country. Oh, great. We have way have been for years. You know, it is a disappointing day for us. No, because it's a day of family lay. We're getting together all the unions. Big day for us, but we did have a big weekend. We, uh, worked out of Renzi Park community and we clean up WW two memorial upon the streets, Students tree in the West and We just finished up with our Labour Mass over ST Paul's Cathedral. I think that's great. And I know you're involved in a lot of activities. But what do you think all these people called me and blame labor for all the problems and jobs going overseas. Uh, at the whole another animal that you know another discussion chorus. I mean, there's a lot of blame to go around with everybody. One person wants to blame now that farce and that's not what it's all about you, you know we have to stick together. It's hard because You know, in politics they decide to conquer and divide they pick on somebody is weak that way. Somebody's membership of struggling because of the fossil fuel or whatever their issues are. You know it. It's a difficult Steve Steve. I have to break for traffic and you hold on just second and talk a little bit more about labor. You're all right. Hold on, please. We have to break for traffic, Which is brought to you by Bowser is Greg McEntee. And speaking of laboring Chris usually tend our workers are not working during the holiday weekends. This is no exception. But there are lame restrictions still in place. I 70 West found South Addington sounds replace Moreland County. They have the ramp to mount Pleasant. That's worth 31 that is closed during that ongoing project. There's just be aware of it. You're gonna be guided around it by way of opposed to detour X triple A traffic all the fires at 9 35 for the president, Syrian Sr Her network Traffic center. I'm Greg Makati news radio 10 20 Katy K. Tri State office furniture in Pittsburgh has been assisting essential business is through the Koven 19 virus and continues to assist all businesses navigating going backto work for information call for 127710780.
"koven" Discussed on KOMO
"Those demanding action in the death of Daniel proved who died in police custody this past March of death, family or friends said it should have never happened to the brother of Daniel Prude, believes that that system that response for police is part of the same system that led to his brother's death. He referred to police as animals. Zookeepers and he said nothing will change until the system changed. A striver Alda ABC News, the Atlantic magazine piece in which President Trump has quoted slagging Dead and wounded veterans as quote suckers and losers has infuriated at least one parent of Soldier. Trump's presidential opponent, Joe Biden. Joe Biden, delivering a scathing condemnation of President Trump for my son. Volunteered. Enjoying the United States military as the attorney general who went to Iraq for a year. Won the Bronze Star. Another commendations. He wasn't a sucker. The article based on anonymous source is claiming the president belittled fallen American soldiers during the November 2018 trip to France. ABC News has not confirmed the reporting in Thailand High school student groups from 24 schools participating in a student rally there in Bangkok today in support of the growing anti government student movement tie demonstrators in recent weeks have been calling for a revised constitution and a revamp of there. Justice system and a growing number of protests. Despite the threat of Koven, 19 commoners timed out 7 47. It's a big question that's been before Amazon for sometime just who is responsible for faulty products sold through the platform. More and more, the courts have said Amazon and not the sellers of those products is responsible Technology reporter J. Green Taking a closer look at this for the Washington Post had a chance to speak about it With almost Bill on Il Jae, first off. We should point out that the post in Amazon do share one thing in common, and that's Jeff Bezos at the top here. He does it on this paper. All right now, this obviously has to be a source of frustration for Amazon. With so many sellers around the globe, using it as a point of sale. Yeah, I mean these problems frustration for some of the buyers. You know, Amazon has largely being shielded from product liability cases that were brought against it when somebody purchased products. I'm the website from one of the third party sellers, and I think a lot of the issues is that when people buy from Amazon, they don't often recognize that they're buying not from Amazon, but from a company that has set up on Amazon's website to sell products. And when they do that, in the product is defective and maybe hurt them or damages their property. They in the past suit, both Amazon and the cellar on If they've got no remedy from the cellar, it's been falling to Amazon and cases going pretty far back Amazon Prevailed on that That's beginning to change. And so that's what I'm focused on in my piece today. Has there been any talk of trying to legally reduce Amazons liability in certain circumstances? More? The opposite. There has been Litigate. There's been legislation that proposed particular California recently to actually increase Amazon liability in these instances and make it clear that they should be held liable for products that are sold on now, when its end. What if anything, is Amazon been doing to address this concern about maybe sellers that aren't on the up and up completely to doom or maybe to vet some of their cellars? The Amazon says it does bad fellers and you know it uses machine learning technologies, Tio try and weed out some of the risk here ones, But you know it's a challenge right? Because Amazon has 2.5 million sellers on the site. I quite honestly, it's really hard for Amazon. Tio put with those that broke out and that you might even argue, and I think some folks have argued that you know, Amazon is prioritizing. Having the largest election that could possibly have that's hugely important for Amazon is competes against Wal Mart and Target and so many others. And when it does, that it may make it harder for him to actually find and they disincentive Amazon to actually find.
"koven" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Ability to provide Koven 19 tests. Governor Gavin Newsom announced the state is building a new love with help of PerkinElmer. The goal is to have the site up and running in November. Ah positive. Koven 19 case at the California state capital is causing delays in the final week of legislative sessions. Senate President Pro temporary Toni Atkins confirmed the case, saying the person was a member of the Senate family. And all floor sessions have been canceled. She says the Senate will continue work once the public health threat has been eliminated. I'm Nikola guys Sacramento traffic from the cave became traffic center work on the 50 quarter tonight, alternating lane closures between the cap city 99 ramps in the 39th Street under crossing through 5 A.m.. And from how having youto Watt Avenue through 5 a.m.. How having you on ramp and off ramp closed until 6 A.m. Eastern westbound 50 sweeper trucks working between 65th Street and Jewel Avenue through four AM westbound 50 alternating lane closure from Hornet Dr. Tio just east of the five connector ramp at work goes on through five AM Expect multiple on an off ramp closures between Hornet Drive and I 535 Am Traffic on the tens, Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A m and your I heart radio app Now Sacramento weather Clear to partly cloudy tonight Hazy an overnight low of 56 to 60 sunshine Tomorrow High 91 to 95 clear to partly cloudy tomorrow night and hazy low 59 to 63 months. He study.
"koven" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And teachers. For Koven. The stories are coming up in the next 15 minutes prefers. It's 8 15 traffic and weather together of a 10 minutes on the fives. And here is Jennifer your You know your drives into downtown are looking fantastic. The golden State across the Valley floor all the way in the East L A. The 1 70 Does have a little bit of complication. They've been doing it all week, of course in Valley Village to run late flock from Burbank down to Riverside on that south 1 70 north around. So it has the same thing from Magnolia after Burbank, But I don't think it's flowing North Little Florence L found cell for five across the Valley floor looks great as well is just a little bit of flowing around Nordoff and then again from the water, one of the top of the past, but nothing to worry about. Let's go to Desmond. He's got the Southern California torture dealers and jam Cam on the 10 where we briefly had a car fire on the westbound side of the tent. He's headed towards mid city Lay. It's been extinguished. It's along the right hand shoulder. Little tight, though, fromthe 1 10 over towards just about Robertson. Now, with all lanes open eastbound looks like a great riding in downtown L A. All right, and the tennis in San Bernardino Noah out in Ontario, 10 West Central. We got a box truck conk out in the right lane. You got about a mile and 1/2 of slowing down that 10 West The 60 would be a good of working alternate for you. Although you do still have some slowing approaching at a water, you lose Elaine there on the to 10. Westbound looks pretty great, although we have a little pocket of slowing on that westbound to 10 right around Citrus. Our next report at 8 25 more tropical plants more often. I'm Jennifer York, in the Toyota of Gondor, a 24 hour traffic center connects and 17 years radio another hot day ahead for your Monday excessive heat warnings and heat advisories. They've been extended. They're not gonna be with us all the way through Thursday night sometime this afternoon. Is near 80 along the coast near 90 for down down on the base and triple digit.
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"The Koven 19 pandemic, leading to an escape from New York. Start spreading the news. They're leaving today. They don't want to be a part of it. New YORK New York A new report from Douglas Element Miller Samuel says the New York City is facing record apartment vacancies. It's leading to lower rents across several burrows after residents fled the city during the pandemic. One thing that landlords were doing to lure new tenants is to offer free months on the least, usually at the end of a full 12 months, which leads to a reduced overall rent. But it's Still uncertain how many will return. New York has managed to flatten the pandemic curve. But a shift back to the city may depend more on telecommuting than any incentive that the city or landlords can offer. Sandy and dress Oh Fox News Lightning from a rare summer thunderstorms, sparking several small fires in Northern California early Sunday. Those Stoking a big forest fire that's forced hundreds of people from their homes north of Los Angeles AA Defense Department task force now being put together to investigate military UFO sightings. The Pentagon is now so interested in those cockpit videos in which military pilots are pursuing something they can't identify. There now, forming a high level task force. Instead of like those sci fi movies where the government tries to keep UFO discoveries under wraps, both the Pentagon and members of Congress have been discussing those things openly. While they're doubtful those flying devices are from another world. Some brass express hope they could be alien UFOs, they say, would be better news than earthbound adversaries coming up with a new technology. Evan Brown Fox News. It's being billed as the first Mediterranean cruise after Italy's Corona virus pandemic shutdown. Passengers boarding the MSC.
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"The Koven 19 pandemic, leading to an escape from New York. Start spreading the news. They're leaving today. They don't want to be a part of it. NEW YORK New York A new report from Douglas Element Miller Samuel says the New York City is facing record apartment vacancies. It's leading to lower rents across several burrows after residents fled the city during the pandemic. One thing that landlords were doing to lure new tenants is to offer free months on a lease, usually at the end of a full 12 months, which leads to a reduced overall rent. But it's still uncertain how many will return. New York has managed to flatten the pandemic curve. But a shift back to the city may depend more on telecommuting than any incentive that the city or landlords can offer. Salvi and Grasso, Fox News Lightning from a rare summer thunderstorm. Sparking several small fires in Northern California early Sunday. Those stoking a big forest fire that's forced hundreds of people from their homes north of Los Angeles AA Defense Department task force now being put together to investigate military UFO sightings. The Pentagon is now so interested in those cockpit videos in which military pilots are pursuing something they can't identify. There now, forming a high level task force. Instead of like those sci fi movies where the government tries to keep UFO discoveries under wraps, both the Pentagon and members of Congress have been discussing those things openly. While they're doubtful those flying devices are from another world. Some brass express hope they could be alien UFOs, they say, would be better news than earthbound adversaries coming up with a new technology. Evan Brown Fox News. It's being billed as the first Mediterranean cruise after Italy's Corona virus pandemic shutdown. Passengers boarding the MSC grandiose on Sunday had their temperatures check and took over 19 tests before departing from the port of General. It's Sunday night for seven night cruise by Paul Stevens. And this is Fox..
"koven" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"The Koven 19 pandemic, leading to an escape from New York. Start spreading the news. They're leaving today. They don't want to be a part of it. NEW YORK New York A new report from Douglas Element Miller Samuel says the New York City is facing record apartment vacancies. It's leading to lower rents across several burrows after residents fled the city during the pandemic. One thing that landlords were doing to lure new tenants is to offer free months on the least, usually at the end of a full 12 months, which leads to a reduced overall rent. But it's still uncertain how many will return. New York has managed to flatten the pandemic curve. But a shift back to the city may depend more on telecommuting than any incentive that the city or landlords can offer. Sandy and dress Oh Fox News Lightning from a rare summer thunderstorm. Sparking several small fires in Northern California early Sunday. Those stoking a big forest fire that's forced hundreds of people from their homes north of Los Angeles AA Defense Department task force now being put together to investigate military UFO sightings. The Pentagon is now so interested in those cockpit videos in which military pilots are pursuing something they can't identify. There now, forming a high level task force. Instead of like those sci fi movies where the government tries to keep UFO discoveries under wraps, both the Pentagon and members of Congress have been discussing those things openly. While they're doubtful those flying devices are from another world. Some brass express hope they could be alien UFOs, they say, would be better news than earthbound adversaries coming up with a new technology. Evan Brown Fox News. It's being billed as the first Mediterranean cruise after Italy's Corona virus pandemic shutdown. Passengers boarding the MSC grandiose on Sunday had their temperatures check and took over 19 tests before departing from the port of General. It's Sunday night for seven night cruise by Paul.
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"On 7 20 W g N W G and sports. Here's Kevin Powell. The Cubs wrap up a brief two games set with the Indians in Cleveland, a day after taking the opener, 71 Cubs, now 11 and three on the year. That's the best record in the National League. Kyle Hendricks. Gets the start. Tim Anderson kick things off with a leadoff homerun, setting the tone for the White Sox offense in a 75 win over the Tigers in Detroit. Definitely start a party. You know, I've seen everything he has, and I gave up too. You know, every guy behind pitch, you know, just stay, stay locked in and went one giving in. You know, he was defeated. So we had no choice but to come to me. You know, they miss their missing a little note. Anderson was a double shy of the cycle. Dylan cease, earning his third win of the season up next for the socks, a home Siri's with the Cardinals on Friday. We'll see what happens there. ST. Louis has played just five games this season. After multiple positive Koven, 19 Tests within the organization will have that game. It's 6 35 Chicago sky taking on the Phoenix Mercury. Tonight is the WN BA season continues Blackhawks dropping their Siri's opener to the top seeded Golden Knights game to tomorrow. We'll have it here at four. The bear is beginning to get in some really on field work. Coach Matt Maggie. We've got a lot of zoom meetings. We've had a lot of discussions we can talk about. It sounds good through this computer. But today was the very first time that our entire team and I'm speaking offensively being able to throw routes from these quarterbacks to the wide receivers, tight ends and running backs. For the first time. Since last year and the Bears with a roster move today, signing safety Marquis Christian. He spent the past four seasons with the Rams, and there will be no Spectators at Augusta National. When the Masters has played in November. That means all three majors this golf season will not I have fans on the home of the Blackhawks, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Kevin Powell. W G In sports. You are money on W G and the Dow closed up 289 points today. NASDAQ Up to 29 the S and P 546 points. I'm Kim Gordon.
"koven" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"During the Koven 19 pandemic visitors today it r b medical supply dot com r b medical supply dot com. Mix of sun and clouds this afternoon heading for a high of 90. We're almost there right now. Skies are sunny and it's 89 degrees. Good afternoon. I'm Larry Cantor wins news time at the tone. 2 30 Good afternoon. I'm Susan Richardson News for New Yorkers Hoping to get a driver's license governor, Cuomo says the five hour driver training course can now be done remotely. We understand that student drivers can't appear in person. And this will allow them to participate. Online so they can get their driver's license and they can do it safely during his daily Corona virus briefing, the governor also announced Gulf US Open will be held September 14 through the 20th up in Mamaroneck. No fans, though, will be allowed. And New York continues to lend a helping hand to state struggling through virus spikes. Today, the governor announced, the state will establish a testing site at a church in ST Petersburg, Florida. As for the numbers here, both hospitalizations and Intubation Zahra at their lowest point since mid March. There were five Kuroda virus debts in New York yesterday. The news not as good in New Jersey governor Murphy says the state have seen about 2000 new cases in the past two weeks. And so he's doubled down on his call for everyone to act safely as possible. Yes, it's summer. Yes, we all want and in many cases need to blow off some steam. But this is no time for anyone. To be vying for induction into the Knucklehead Hall of Fame. Governor says dozens of cases are linked to house parties in Middletown and on L B I. It's yet to be determined whether anyone got sick in a 700 person gathering in Jackson. Texas congressman next from a presidential trip today. That's because he's got the virus will have that coming up. Wins news time to 31 traffic and transit. Here's Greg Rice when we go to Brooklyn westbound beat me right before Wife Avenue. In fact, right at the White, Haven't you exit ramp? You've got the left lane shut down, and you've also got a whole.
"koven" Discussed on WTOP
"From the Koven 19 closures. Money will go to the creation of a Gogo archive and to the promotion of Gogo activities. Go go, a style of music that originated here in the nation's capital in the 19 seventies. Push continues to come up with a new name for a major road in Arlington that's named after a Confederate general. That would be Lee Highway, which runs through several jurisdictions. City of Falls Church Ray named its portion Washington Street a while back, It could just go ahead and do that, because Virginia City's air not required to get state approval as Arlington, which is a county does. Arlington County Board member Katie Crystal says she and her colleagues are glad to see neighborhood leaders begin the important conversation about the community's past and its vision. For the future. Arlington expects the state to go along with it. Its eventual ly highway renaming suggestion even though it is the state, which owns and maintains Route 29. Sandy coz l W T O P News, a Montgomery County private school, is moving classes outside this fall. In response to the Corona virus pandemic students and teachers at Matara Morris Montessori school and asked in Maryland will be learning outside, intense this fall, being able to come to school and be with teachers and with classmates. Is the ideal scenario. Head of school. Alicia Davis in right, said her school has set up outside tables and ground workspaces for their students on their 13 anchor campus. She believes the new model will help Children continue learning in person while taking precautions for the Corona virus in the monastery model monastery philosophy. Children have some choice and where they work and what they work on. So this allows them to continue to have that bond. W T O be news. 2 20 for your summer. Fun starts now. At Fair Oaks, Chantilly, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram. Get hot Summer savings on New Cherokees, Grand Cherokees, Wranglers, rams and more with huge factory incentives. You.
"koven" Discussed on WTOP
"Positive. The Koven 19 pandemic could lead to a shift in the political landscape in the U. S Senate in which party controls the chamber. Come November. I asked USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page on Skype. How the pandemic factors into the possible shift. If we had talked on January 1st, we would have said hard to see how the Democrats get All the seats they need to get a net gain of three or four to control the Senate. Now that looks entirely possible. We've seen the prospects for nine of the Republican senators who are running for re election get worse since January on Ly to of the Democratic held seats are competitive, and this is because In large part because of covert 19. For one thing, Koven, 19 has hurt President Trump and we know that Senate candidates really depend on the top of the ticket, and there are also some particular races in which Cove in 19 has played. A big role in a way that has hurt the Republican incumbent. Let's talk about a couple of those. What are people focused on here? Which states Aaron play? You know, you look at Montana that was a state that's a red state. Steve Bullock, the governor decided to ride it was still the Republican incumbent senator still ahead, Steve Daines. Then Coburn, 19 happens and the governor Gets all this attention as governors have gotten during this pandemic, and he gets credit for doing a pretty good job. And now that race is tied, or you look at North Carolina now we knew that was going to be a close race. Tom, tell us The Republican incumbent. Democrats are now making an issue of the fact that when he was the speaker of the State House, he blocked Medicaid expansion. And at this moment, with so many Americans losing their health care coverage, that is an issue that Democrats think hurts. Tom, tell us So talk a little bit about President Trump's leadership on this issue as a factor in the outcome. What are you hearing? What are people saying about where this is going to take the Senate? You know if you want to look at how much the presidential race affects Senate races look at what happened in 2016 in 2016 every Senate race was won. By the candidate of the same party that carried it in the presidential race. A perfect match. It matters a lot how the top of the ticket does, And we know from national polling from statewide polling that President Trump has seen his approval rating decline and is losing in a Siri's of matchups with Joe Biden both nationally and in some of these key states. How important is money during this time of the pandemic very important and will no more midnight tonight NBC reports to do for the second quarter. We've seen some of the Democratic reports. They're pretty good. We haven't seen some of the Republican reports and we think that's because they're not going to be as good as the Democrats. Money matters when you need TV ads because you can't do big campaign rally. Use a today Washington bureau.
"koven" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The Koven Numbers continue to lead the local news Dallas County's reporting a record high of 1103 new cases of covert 19 Saturday along with two new deaths. The number of the new number surpasses the prior day's record high of 1085. It brings the total number of cases recorded since March 2. 24,778 cases in 395 deaths. The two deaths reported Saturday, including man in his seventies who was a resident in bulk springs. He had underlying health conditions, but a woman in her eighties who was a resident of a long term care facility in the city of Dallas. Had no known underlying health conditions. Texas has reported its biggest daily increase the number of confirmed Corona virus cases at 8258. Hospitalizations also continue to climb. Now, Carol, these Jim Barto has the rest of the story. Much of Texas began mandating face coverings Friday on the orders of governor Greg Abbott. The mass quarter carries say, $250 fine. The order is the most dramatic about face that Abbott has made as he retreats from what stood out as one of America's swiftest re openings. Texas health officials say the state's total number of confirmed Corona virus cases Is now at 191,790. State health officials also report 33 additional deaths linked to covert 19 that brings Texas is total to 2608 deaths. Hospitalisation stood at 7890 on Saturday, an increase of 238 from Friday. Jim Barto News Radio, 10 80 King Rld Planet Fire and Rescue had a busy evening responded to two separate grassfire Saturday, both believed to be started by fireworks. Both fires were located near the area of Jupiter and Spring Creek, one of the old point nature preserve, which was extinguished 30 minutes after being reported the other fire. Was on the Von Farms near Parker in Jupiter. There were no injuries reported the Koven 19 pandemic gobbles up yet another event for the first time since World War two The MLB All Star game is officially canceled. The Midsummer Classic was scheduled to be played at Dodger Stadium instead. They'll get a game in 2022. Next year's game is still in Atlanta. Caroli traffic and weather together and Dallas. He's found 30 Ferguson looks like this accident almost out of your way. But still, we got a little block there looks like that's why it's a little slow in the area. And then now on North found Dallas nor tollway at Beltline Road, you get an accident there. That's definitely causing a little bit of a delay on the call from the Carroll The Weather Center will tonight partly cloudy through the overnight low round 78. Good news is is we might get some rain tomorrow. About 20% chance of showers, mainly in late afternoon. Otherwise partly sunny you're high near 96. Heat indexes of 101 Sunday night. Keep that 20% chance of showers in the forecast for the overnight when the little round 76 right now 89 degrees here. The following program has been pre recorded..