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2 Pilots Injured After a Military Aircraft Crashes in Lake Worth, Texas
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Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Boat With 20 Aboard
"Are missing at sea after the 29 Ft Cabin Cruiser they were on never arrived at its Florida destination. The U. S. Coast Guard says it was suspended its search for the boat. That was three days overdue to arrive in Florida after leaving the Bahamas officials say the Coast Guard and other search more than 17,000 Square miles for about 84 hours before suspending the search around noon yesterday. Officials have not released information about who was on that boat. It left the Bahamas on Monday and was supposed to arrive in Lake Worth, Florida on Tuesday.
Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Boat With 20 Aboard
"Expanding its search for this boat 20 people on board. It's been three days overdue. To arrive in Florida after leaving the Bahamas officials say the Coast Guard another search more than 17,000 Square miles for about 84 hours total before deciding to suspend the search around noon yesterday. Officials have not released information about who was on The 29 FT Cutie cabin. It left the Bahamas on Monday was supposed to revive it Lake Worth, Florida sometime on Tuesday. And how about
Coast Guard suspends search for Florida-bound boat believed carrying 20 from Bahamas
"The Coast Guard has suspended its search for a boat with about 20 people on board missing somewhere between the Bahamas and Florida. The vote was three days overdue to arrive. It left the meanie Bahamas on Monday and was most arrive in Lake Worth, Florida on Tuesday. Coast Guard another search more than 17,000 square miles of Ocean for about 84 hours before suspending the search. This is ABC News.
Coast Guard suspends search for boat carrying approximately 20
"The Coast Guard, has suspended its search for a boat with about 20 people onboard missing somewhere between the Bahamas and Florida, the boat was three days overdue to arrive. Less demeaning Bahamas on Monday and was supposed to arrive in Lake Worth, Florida on Tuesday. The Coast Guard and others searched more than 17,000 square miles of Ocean for about 84 hours before suspending the search.
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Thank you so much for having me now We know that the pandemic and the Corona virus is causing a lot of problems for all of our friends who are non profits and, uh, five or one see threes and charitable organizations, and we're sure that Lake Worth Playhouse has been hit especially hard as well. And so tell us about that impact on the Lake Worth Playhouse and tell us about what you've done to try to alleviate that problem. Yes, it's been a profound has had a profound effect on us. We are a live venue. Um, so we rely on live audiences. We produce six Main ST shows a year, Um, Broadway found musicals. Comedies, Murder mysteries, you know. All sorts of Main Street fair that, you know, we rely on our subscribers and our ticket holders to come in and, you know, enjoy live theater and With the outbreak of Corona virus, and the lockdown left we'll still this year actually, still here last time. Live show that we had was in March. We shut that march, 16 and you know we had a pivot because, um Like I said, we rely on those ticket sales for live events. We also have AH independent movie theater here that we Show films 27 days a week, 365 days a year. We have special events that go on all through the season. So basically, we had to shut everything down. And sort of dormant for a bit, Um, as far as having Patrons it but we did, you know, continue to work for reopening whenever that would be, and also we produced some digital content as well. But it's been it's been a Your catastrophe for for for the theater industry as a whole and were included in that I mean as far as not being able to have people in the seats. So how is that affected your rehearsal process? Well, we had a few shows that we had already had about three quarters of the way done, so we just put them on hold. We did some zoom hype rehearsals. We did some things when Was a little safer to gather. We went outside and did some rehearsals and parks, outdoor areas, you know, to keep everybody safe and distance. Um and then, as restrictions started to relax. You know, we were able to have people in the building. Um As of right now, we're allowed to have 60% 66% of our capacity. So as that started to happen, we started to bring, uh Our cast back in for a few shows. Kept the masked try to keep them safe is possible temperature checks. Sanitation stations, that sort of thing frequent breaks. We just got everybody back and take it slow and Back to rehearsals. And you know it's studying. She goes. We're sort of, you know, trying to navigate this. As we go, but we also selected A completely new season, Um, to meet the challenges of current virus and restricted audiences, and you know, and to sort of recoup money is lost from that people do anything for a while. We do have Ah, season coming up that reflects The challenges that we do face as far as smaller calf sizes, you know. Less involved sets and things like that just sort of lower costs and to, you know, make us um Be able to come back strong. You know, it sounds like sounds like putting a silver lining on things. But sometimes at least I find in my experience sometimes when you are challenged in that way, as you say. To rethink your presentations and to rethink the set designs and scale down the size of the production. Uh, you know, sounds like putting a silver lining on it. But sometimes you you discover hidden gems in that way, don't you? Definitely it. It kind of frees us up a bit, too. You know, some of the shows that we have coming up next year. We wouldn't necessarily, um Produce just because they're little riskier, I would say with content. We sort of have a you know, a market audience that comes out all of our shows. And, um, you know, enjoys a certain time period. Of show certain style the show, so we tried to, you know, program that as much as possible, But this year we've had to go a little bit just because of the circumstances. We had to go a little bit edgier with some shows and a little bit. I guess for different audiences kind of, but it's kind of forced us to Diversifying, expand a bit AST far as what we're gonna put on the stage for our patrons to to enjoy. So we're sort of going out on a limb a little bit with a few of the shows and Not that revolutionary but sort of revolutionary for our audiences. So you're mentioning the new season? The new season begins in 2021. Yes, we're going to start it off in January with always plastic lying. Wow, It's a two person a two person show and it's based on Recollections of a friend of pastis that there was a big super fan of hers that That actually met her and they developed the relationship, so it's sort of like, almost like a dream. Nice play where she recounts. Different concerts or radio appearances by passing and different Circumstances with Patsy and that comes to life on our stage. So it's a two person show one is Patrick Line. We've got a fantastic Patsy Cline fantastic singer. Oh, my God. Louise. Yeah. So, Wow, that's we're looking That's amazing. Yeah. So we're looking forward to that. And you see, you know, normally If I have a big big stage show here, I have 25 to 35 people on the stage. So we're going from that to Yeah, right. So you know So it zone to the challenges, But it's you know, it's a lot more streamlined for us to sort of They'll be able to present it. Safely and also we have all of our shows are closer. As far as time between shows it's normally live about a month to get the next one and build it build the set forward and all that. Or were down to like 2 to 3 weeks now, so Show like Patsy Cline with a limited set to people we can We can then come in with our next play about two weeks after that closes. So that's one of the things that we have done to is sort of streamlined our season so that You know we can. We can sort of put the next one up right after the previous one closes. Now we're confined. People find information about the upcoming season in the different plays and other performances that you have in store. They can visit www. Lakers Playhouse, Doc or All of our shows are on on our our website. Away the information about everything that we have going on, basically.
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First American dosed with Oxford-AstraZeneca phase three COVID-19 vaccine speaks out
"Contenders are Corona virus vaccine has started a final round of testing in the US Get the latest from CBS Medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook 23 year old Jacob Serrano is the first volunteer to be dosed in the US with either the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine or a placebo. He has lost seven family members to covert 19 and says he wants to be part of the solution to save lives. No matter the cost. I know there was a break because it's like it's a trial, but I rather have us one step closer matter what it takes. Serrano was dosed on Friday at Headlands Gem Research Institute in Lake Worth, Florida Immune response was very encouraging. Dr. Larry Bush is an infectious disease doctor and the lead principal investigator for this trial site. He says he's optimistic. This vaccine is effective. More
Man who lost 7 relatives to COVID-19 becomes first American to trial Oxford vaccine
"For a Corona virus vaccine has started a final round of testing in the U. S. Researchers at Oxford University in partnership with AstraZeneca started dozing the first volunteers last week. During this third and final phase. The vaccine is tested for safety and how effective it will be of reducing or blocking cove in 19 symptoms. CBS chief medical correspondent Dr Jonathan Luke spoke exclusively with the first American participating in this trial. 23 year old Jacob Serrano is the first volunteer to be dosed in the US with either the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine or a placebo. He has lost seven family members to covert 19 and says he wants to be part of the solution to save lives. No matter the cost. I know there was a break because it's like it's a trial. Bye. I'd rather have us one step closer, no matter what it takes. Serrano was dosed on Friday at Headlands Gem Research Institute in Lake Worth, Florida Immune response was very encouraging. Dr. Larry Bush is an infectious disease doctor and lead principal investigator for this trial site. He says he's optimistic this vaccine is effective in the phase one in two trials. A vaccine has been proven that not only do you get where bus neutralizing antibodies to fight the coroner Corona virus you get a T saw response another arm of the immune system to fight off the cells that do become infected. That's crucial in treating infections. Oxford University has been conducting phase three trials in the United Kingdom, Brazil and South Africa. Earlier phase is there was no evidence the vaccine causes serious reactions. Headlands research says. They're focuses on enrolling members of the African American and the lap next community who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. The numbers are pointing to that those groups of people becoming infected at a higher rate. And therefore that's a group that would highly benefit from vaccination. AstraZeneca says it plans to enroll up to 50,000 participants globally and is planning to start phase three trials in Japan and Russia. The company expects to have late stage trial results later this year. That is
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Miami - 3 Florida Highway Patrol Troopers Test Positive
"L. three members of the Florida highway patrol tested positive for coronavirus the three troopers are from Miami lake worth and Panama City agency officials have not disclosed exactly when the troopers tested positive for covert nineteen or how many people have come into close contact with them but people who may have been in contact with the troopers are being notified about their potential exposure the facilities where they work are also being
Miami - 3 Florida Highway Patrol Troopers Test Positive
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The Allure of the Roadtrip: Building Towable Tiny Houses with Author Chris Schapdick
"I'm curious if we just art with with your kind of personal story you know what brought you to the tiny house movement and then what what made you decide to become an Tiny house builder yeah it's well it's it's as with most things in life they very often happens sort of by accident not slants sort of way and it's it's the same thing for me really I I was going back like about five six years I was a father a nine year old girl living at New York City in Berry league populated suburbia here and I kind of regretted that my daughter wasn't really getting a lot of Serb exposure due to to nature and two things that I don as a kid camping fishing hiking these sorts of things so I started thinking about that more more and I decided to buy a piece of land North York City with the idea that we would go up there we would can for something that would be a place to Kinda destination for the two of us in the one thing led to another it was right around that time that I found H. Schafer's Tiny House spoke and that kind of intrigued May and then I started going online and I found tiny houses they were b Ah Goto at the time you know if you go back a couple of years there weren't that many companies doing this sort of thing and and yeah and and suv this idea of having a place to go Kim kind of evolved into well would've built cabin there or something like that better and Yeah let's go another in Iowa wound up deciding on a tiny house and building a tiny house I'd did for a a shell build from tumbleweed folks since it was a little intimidated with doing all the framing and roofing and things like that myself are so the offered what was called an Army Amish Orrin Razor and I went with that and yet proceeded to sort of spend the next several years off and on weekends kind of finalizing that building and doing all the various things that need to be done the insulation the interior electrical plumbing and coming up with all the various decisions that to be made in that during that process as well but that's kind of like how how yeah I got for me to be talking about this wonderful tiny house upstate New York that's awesome so it's a it's a tiny house on wheels which tumbleweed model is it is the Linda Linden do that anymore but but yeah says the Linden model has nicer to foot up or on the back of it and that that appeal to me definitely so do you still you still have that tiny house absolutely yes great that's great so you you finished out the tumbleweed one then what what was the next step to saying I want to do this for other people yeah yeah so when I finished the house into a tiny house showed that was taking place in North Jersey I'd never really intended to to take the house you know ability to travel with you know it was really built to to to fill the purpose that interest described but this show was taking place that was like well you know what Lake with slips get more involved in the community because I you know I enjoy this let's let's get together with some other like minded people and it wasn't too far away spend sixty mile drive you know my my truck was up to the task of towing it there and I went to the tiny show was really I didn't know what to expect quite frankly and during the course of building the house maybe ten people got to see it you're tired on this one weekend ad like three or four thousand people trek through the House and in just the feedback and be the positive reception that I got from people in them and the kind words that they had from the House of what I've done is really just very socially overwhelming for me and it gave me a little bit of pause and I thought well I don't ever get this kind of reward or feedback from the five job you know I go in there stangeland during paid but I'm like crunching numbers on a spreadsheet writing emails that is not very fulfilling this weekend blatantly was had me kind of reconsider yeah Lord aspects of my life at that point wow that's huge yeah I guess when you're you know working nine to five which which I did for while as well nobody like treats your work as like something amazing and Special Lake worth worth congratulating but I guess in the tiny swirled because everything can be so unique everything kind of reflects the builder or the client or both there is the opportunity to it's really impact people with with the work that you do yeah absolutely not I couldn't agree more and and that houses is really just an extension of who I am exactly like what you're describing is it's such a personal thing when in our lives do we really have that opportunity ninety to create something like that that's such an expression for we are what we hold the import so forth so what was the first what was that well I guess what was the second tiny house you built after your your personal house yeah so the second time he asked us kind of funny because the first tiny house great reception I was like that was awesome i WanNa do this again Xie House show that wasn't so conveniently located that I could just kind of drag my house to it goes down in Florida like okay we'll Matt telling my ten thousand power house for New York to Florida unrealistic so we'll have a way how do I get to have this experience again build another tiny house and that's when I started building sort of the smaller more mobile of Artaud Gypsy wagon types pictures and they put that second tiny house together in a matter of like six weeks the first five years Bill Amazon took six weeks in and off the floor and I went and it was it was really just a desire to continue to be part of the community and Environment yeah so was that the Gypsy wagon yes gypsy wagon bill but I did nice and did you did you sell that house the Florida show did not sell it at the Florida Show I subsequently sold it but but it was yeah it was something that the second I'm bill was something that I wanted to reduce I'd I'd already started thinking about continuing to build these and building four of them for for bull so as part of that process what I built the press gypsy wagon I documented the entire build I was taking a look let me do online floors or something like that ultimately it while the apartment struggles dot com and I got a lot of Nice feedback there and again that my point there was really to make money with it or whatever it was just something that I did at pure enjoyment and and and the whole so you know helping others do something similar yeah and I love I love that you put this up on instructive holes and you know that website I feel like it was really big in the like maybe like late audits early tens it's a wonderful resource like people post so many cool projects up there and like you've got a step by step basically set of instructions for how to build a Gypsy wagon now I'm curious now that you've built several more tiny houses what are some things on that Gypsy wagon that that you would do differently well you know one thing that's always been tricky as working with wood and especially when you're working with plywood which is kind of be the exterior shell is Jesse wagons the process of ceiling that would and protecting it from the what's is such a is such an important stab and it's it's tricky right because there's those sugars a lot of like sort of green grade policies but you want to use the environmentally friendly products ideally worry about things like allergies off gas and people have sensitivities those types of things so that's that's kind of that was a struggle right out of the gate some extended like continues to be one where I try to be like very thorough. 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"A couple days ago we were talking about the the ticket you attack this took place in lake worth Florida there was a lot of details that came out all week the headline read something to the effect of kinky Jew barges into man's home and attacks him and then we were just left to put the pieces together trying to figure out why this strange beast was attacking a man yeah there's no there was ambiguity in the in the bat last night though no one knows how the cake you got there well it turns out there are areas in Florida where these kinky Jews are in the way yeah where they are living their invasive species it turns out at least at this complex in lake worth area there is a key could you if not many key could use in in this area this apartment complex down south cooler there many kick you choose but this is a key could you all right I believe us so it all starts when Michael literate skis thirty seven year old dude says he saw one of the soft furry animals outside his girlfriend's home in lake worth on Sunday he thought it was sold you know glee he approached it multiple times wanted to bond with the key could you but had no luck so he went to the store and got some watermelon to try in get the key could you to come to him is like water will it work the key could you came to him gobbled up the watermelon they shared what they got was an amazing moment together that was until the next morning when literacy open the front door to leave for work and found the animal waiting front door could you immediately attacked him biting.
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"City lake worth. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. President Trump goes to collect the California today where he'll serve a border wall construction such as it is trying different approach the president says instead of closing the border to get Mexico to do more to keep migrants from getting to the US border. He'll hit cars Mexico's sends to the US with a twenty five percent tariff. We're going to give them a one year warning. And if the drugs don't stop or largely stop, we're gonna put tariffs. Mexico and products in particular cars near as part of its lawsuit against the president's emergency declaration, the American Civil Liberties union has made a motion to stop any further construction. The lawsuit uses Trump's words against him and announcing his declaration of a national emergency. The president acknowledged didn't need to do this. But he wanted to do it much faster. Thus the ACLU argues, this isn't really a national emergency and the plan to spend millions on the wall should be rejected by the core. ABC news Lille analyst, Royal Oakes. Former vice president Joe Biden will address the international brotherhood of electrical workers in Washington DC today, his first public appearance since four women came forward to say his affectionate behavior in the past made then uneasy authorities in Uganda are expanding their search beyond the country's big national park for an American woman kidnapped at gunpoint this week along with a true a tour guide in Washington telling ABC News, it pissed the abduction is motivated by money. But the refers it could have been.
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"On beach. Sunrise lake worth. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen testifies in open Wednesday before a congressional committee. The New York Times says Cohen will call the president a comment and a liar who wanted to make his brand great not the US. This is going to be a really detailed eyewitness account of his time with the president. And it gives these lawmakers chance to grill coin not just about those hush money payments. That were made to stormy Daniels. Not just about that Trump Tower deal in Moscow, but about a wide range of things ABC's Mary Bruce in Hanoi for his second summit with North Korea's leader. President Trump has dinner and a few hours with Kim. To the meeting tonight. Chairman kim. And hopefully, it's going to be successful. We'll see what happens Trump and Vietnam's President presided over a signing ceremony to Vietnamese airlines via jet signed to buy one hundred Boeing seven thirty sevens and bamboo Airways will purchase ten seven. Eighty seven eighths house. Democrats pushed through a measure overturning the president's declaration of a national emergency on border security. It now heads to the Senate Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell asked point blank is the national emergency legal, and he paused, and then he basically said, well, I haven't reached a total conclusion on that. And it was just so dramatic to see that. And and and also we were very much left with the feeling that Mitch McConnell is not whipping against this vote. So that means members are free to to quote unquote, vote their conscience ABC's, Trish Turner, the measure might pass the Senate, but the president promises a veto Chicago's next mayor will be a black woman. Former federal prosecutor Lory Lightfoot was the top vote-getter. In Tuesday's democratic mayoral primary. Second-place finisher was Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle, the two will meet in a run-off April. Second in Chicago. The democratic primary is essentially the election. You're listening to ABC news. This.
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"Home for the south Florida morning show. News talk eight fifty telling you, F T, Al West Palm Beach. Sunrise lake worth. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Following a closed-door meeting. Congressional negotiators announced agreement in principle on funding. Currently unfunded portions of the federal government staving off Friday nights government shutdown. He comes as lawmakers from both parties have been working to reach a border security agreement. ABC news is told that it addresses, the border wall detention beds and other major issues when asked if the White House supports the agreement. Republican Senator Richard Shelby said we think so we hope so ABC's Mark Remillard, Amazon's Jeff Bezos feuding with the National Enquirer may have been rented out in his divorce by the brother of his reported mistress inquirer could an immunity deal with federal prosecutors after it admitted to schilling for President Trump federal prosecutors, reviewing accusations of extortion and blackmail. They are going to look at every communication between the two sides to determine whether the National Enquirer violated the immunity deal. They already have with prosecutors by committing a crime ABC's, Amy robot federal public health officials say. Say that after decades of decline the percentage of middle and high schoolers smoking has stopped going down big increases in vaping to blame. We can and we should protect our nation's us from the completely preventable health. Dr Brian king of the centers for disease control says advertising's a big part of the problem will bring a work to water the flavors will get them to drink and the nicotine will keep them. Coming back for more negotiators for striking Denver teachers in that school district. There are set to resume talks on Tuesday, a strike impacting more than seventy thousand students began Monday afternoon Goshi nations over the weekend failed among other things that teachers want more money fire of undetermined origin in a hotel in the Indian capital of New Delhi. Authorities say at least seventeen people were killed in the blaze in the armpit palace hotel in western New Delhi. Another four were injured their conditions. Not known. You're listening to ABC news..
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"Swampy. Sunrise lake worth. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Five people were killed and two injured. When a twin engine Cessna four fourteen a broke apart shortly after takeoff and crashed into a house in Yorba, Linda, California, the dead one person on the plane and four in the house. It hit Robert angel lives near the scene. It was making a wicked are was starting to drop like a rock, you know. And it was scary and the debris was just right above us. So I backed up because I didn't know if it was going to actually hit us to other people hospitalized with burns in a wide ranging interview. President Trump talked about possibly pardoning and indicted longtime advisor, and whether he'll meet again with North Korea's leader would President Trump harden his longtime adviser, Roger stone indicted in the Russia investigation had not thought about it. It looks like he's defending himself. Very well telling CBS's Face the nation, you'll find out at or before Tuesday's state of the union speech about another meeting with North Korea's leader, the meetings said he's looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to it. Would he? He let his youngest son, Barron, play football and he wanted to. Yes. Would I steer him that way? No, I wouldn't football's very dangerous as the president Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news turning a deaf ear to mounting calls to resign Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam refuses. He now says he's not either of the people in his mid school yearbook photo one and black face in the other KKK robe earlier north of knowledge being one of the two delegate Lamont Begbie heads Virginia's legislative black caucus..
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"F T L, West Palm Beach. Coral Springs lake worth. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger, huddled session during the Super Bowl for Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam stop staffers, and it was called a day after the democrat refused to step down over allegations of past racist behavior. The calls for north them to do. So just keep coming. Big name. Democrats have distanced themselves from the governor and asked him to resign immediately. Among those Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, six of the eight democratic presidential nominees including Kamala Harris in Cory Booker, the Congressional Black caucus. They say you gotta go should step down. He would be succeeded by Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax an Ivy league educated. Great great grandson of slaves. Federal investigators are headed to Yorba Linda, California where a twin engine plane slammed into a neighborhood Killington lane went down into a neighborhood. Several homes were told four thousand square foot homes. According to firefighters were fully engulfed in flames. There were pieces of the plane around those homes the telling us he was a Cessna four. Fourteen eight type aircraft a lot of fire in the area. Witnesses saying on social media. They heard the plane struggling as it went down. ABC's? Alec stone in Los Angeles and escaped prisoner is back in custody in Conroe, Texas police chief Jeff Christie says said Rick marks was part of an inmate transfer and he made a run for during a stop for food regards and ten prisoners in the van. They stopped at the McDonald's on the north loop to feed the prisoners and Cedric Joseph Marx was able to escape the van marks was found in a trash can nearby. Well, it was close. It was really close almost almost all the way through the game. In fact, not one touchdown was scored until midway through the fourth quarter of Super Bowl fifty three. Then the New England Patriots scored a touchdown and another field goal when with just seconds to go. They lead the LA Rams thirteen to three listening ABC news. Ever.
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"Eight fifty. West Palm Beach. Sunrise lake worth. From ABC news. I taught at authorities looking for a man who they say killed five people at two different homes in Louisiana police say the suspect is driving a silver pickup he stole from one of his victims, and is armed and dangerous at a home in Livingston parish Louisiana about seventy miles west of New Orleans. Authorities say a man fatally shot his girlfriend and two of her relatives he allegedly then travelled to neighbouring ascension parish where he shot and killed both of his parents at their home deputy Alison Hudson with the ascension sheriff's office says. Is a twenty one year old coda -tario as for a motive. We don't know what triggered him to to do such a acts of violence fight this. Brian Clark ABC news with just a short term agreement to reopen. The government President Trump says it was a no way a concession on border security ABC news, political analyst, Matthew Dowd, describes the pressure on the president in recent days poll numbers dropped he United the Democrats. And so I think in this the big losers. The president the big winner. Obviously, the eight hundred thousand workers are going to get paid now. But also Nancy Pelosi she's established herself as a dominant force. The president says he will try again to persuade lawmakers to finance his long-sought border wall horrific conditions in Venezuela described by secretary of state, Mike Pompeo at an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council Saturday to address the political crisis. The South American country says Nicolas Madura has repressed the Venezuelan people as president leaving them starving and fleeing the country we'll have conversations with every country, including.
"lake worth" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Palm Beach. Coral Springs lake worth. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Failure by both measures is considered likely but come Thursday. The Senate will vote on two measures aimed at ending the now thirty three day old partial government shutdown. I is based on President Trump's proposal for Saturday, including border wall funded. The other Bill McConnell is going to bring to the floor is a short too weak resolution that would fund the closed parts of the government for two weeks, essentially, giving the two sides a little more breathing room to get back to longer term negotiation. ABC's alley Rogan now, it's the should say there's the FBI, but is complaining about the shutdown. Now, an undercover FBI agent in the southeast saying he's had to put child-sex-abuse suspects on standby without the funds or manpower to go after them and other agents saying they've run out of money to make fake purchases of drugs and guns. So they can arrest gang members the FBI association saying the month long shutdown is delayed critical training and delayed a number of counterintelligence investigations Andy Field ABC news Washington act. School today for six hundred forty thousand students in Los Angeles school district LA mayor Eric Garcetti helped broker a deal. Now accepted by striking teachers union president Alex Caputo Pearl adding back to school to the students that they love and the classrooms that they love and the schools that they love and are committed to they'll be heading back tomorrow Wednesday labor pains, meanwhile in Denver public schools, fifty six hundred unionized teachers authorizing a strike could begin as early. As Monday software maker oracle is declining to comment after the Labor Department accused it of engaging in discriminatory practices, resulting in thousands of women black and Asian employees being underpaid by as much as twenty five percent more than four hundred million dollars, retired New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was voted into baseball's hall of fame on all four hundred twenty five ballots, the first ever unanimous in Duckie..
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"Floor of the Lucerne building in downtown lake worth near the inner still stop by and see them today. From the line lavine studios. Anna jarring Levin accident attorneys. Call one eight hundred seven four seven freeze. That's one eight hundred seven four seven three seven three three. All right. Marginally advanced camp show. Are Jamie Markley? That's David van camp. Okay. That is a startling staff that you just mentioned fair. Yeah. It is national safety council. Put out a statement. They're looking at the different things that you may be at risk for that Americans are at risk for in America. It is now more likely for someone die from an opioid overdose than from a car crash. There is a one Ninety-six chance that someone will die as a result of an overdose. In a one in one one hundred and three chance of dying in a car crash. National safety council said in a statement, the nation's opioid crisis is fueling our grim probabilities in that crisis is worsening with an influx of illicit Fenton. Yeah. Yeah. The big, bro. Okay. You probably I don't know if you know the answer this question. Maybe it's too simple. When they do these stats, okay? I like the one after a few shark attacks say off the coast of Florida happened. They say, you know, you're more likely to be struck by lightning and die. Yeah. Is that taking into consideration all of the people that get into the ocean in those areas in Florida or just from all the people in the United States, right because most of them have zero chance of getting hit by a shark because they'll never be in the water there. I yes, I think you are looking at the the difference is that there are a lot more people who drive a car. People who use opioids. Okay. So they take that into consideration. Do they do that with the shark bite? I don't know. You're never gonna convince me to go swimming in the ocean ever again. No, not at all. I'm just trying to say, okay. But what are we really talking about here? You know, what I mean, if you're walking outside during a lightning storm, you're more than likely than the person that stays inside during a lightning storm or someone that gets in the water or are we talking about everybody that drives versus everybody that takes opioids for pain relief. Or you're talking about more people are now dying from this more people are dying some. Yeah. So you could make the argument that it may be a worse problem than even what that stat says. Yeah. Because many people that get addicted. Holy smokes, man. Either way that is pretty jarring. Then there was a different story. And this isn't this is like term stuff that you worry about like what I'm consuming on a smartphone on a tablet on a computer every day. Exactly, what is the junk. I'm consuming online doing to me long-term and mental health. There is another piece out there about that. We really don't know yet. I mean, we know that it can bring on depression. Especially certain social media apps, and it depends on what you're looking at. But sometimes you don't know the long-term effects. Do you think it's being overblown right now or sold short? I think in some ways it's being sold short. Just because we don't know what it's doing to us. And also, you know, I I I am not a fan of Mark Zuckerberg. And I'd love to see his empire. Before is. No. You don't know. It's also knew nobody really knows what the long-term effects are going to be. I mean, you'd think about Facebook is not that old. No. But how much of an influence has it had on our society? It's huge. It's it's been a huge influence on our society worldwide. This same thing with Twitter. I mean, there are much fewer people on Twitter than there aren't Facebook and Twitter makes the news every day. It does what's happening on Twitter. Will I guarantee you? We'll be on a newscast somewhere in the United States national newscast. Boy. But you didn't see sixty minutes last night. Did you know I didn't where you had. It's one of the leaders in China entrepreneur understands artificial intelligence in a way, a lot of people don't paraphrasing. The whole thing is basically predicting, you know, fifteen twenty years down the line. You're looking at forty percent of the workforce replaced by artificial intelligence, probably. Forty percents a lot man. And then, you know, one of the questions is, okay. What does that mean for people? What do you do? Eight takes a dramatic shift in how we think about earning a living. What how we occupy our time? Yes. Yes, that's nuts to think about I'm like hold on a second. There are a lot of things that need, you know, human intelligence to be able to do it. Well, no, they all these things can learn. But again, they have no soul. You know what I'm saying? At least that we know of right now. You go for the top is it when is it that artificial intelligence become self aware. And then is the act of self awareness proof of a soul. Okay. Oh, man. What are you gonna listen to Pink Floyd in the next segment? I've got some ideas here in the office that I'm gonna just go ahead and try to show you something else real quick that I saw on sixty medicine if you happen to see it last night. You saw the same thing. The guy there's an architect that had a brain tumor, and they got the tumor, but it also made a blind for the rest of his life. And so it was like the day after they were trying to get him some counseling almost of other things you could do besides being an architect. No wanna keep being an architect. And he learned how to do plans. Like almost read them type. Of braille then how he could do plans himself in some ways he thinks it's made him better. Wow. This is amazing. Artificial intelligence.
"lake worth" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Why not? Because it's important, but because people feel they understand it. If I may though, I mean on your point about. I take your larger point to heart, but regarding immigration, I would say it's both complicated and important, but you know, you've all every every feel like I'm traveling down a road with you and every step we take their their little pass that branch off with a multiplicity of questions that we could find. I'm not sure which direction to go. So if I may, I'm going to allow our listeners to ask some of their questions. Dmitri is calling from lake worth Florida. You're on the air. Terrific. Thank you for taking my call. Thanks. What's your question? Dimitri. Okay. So am I see you're actually it's more of a comment you asked, are we ready for for the twenty first century, we prepared humans for the twenty first century. And honestly, I'd have to say no evolving so fast as you guys have been talking about and like you said, so many branches down, you know, in in the conversation so many questions coming. I don't think as humans we're prepared for actually understanding which questions to coolly asked and then what are the answers to and a lot of the things that we're seeing today that we've had a just a couple of points. One of the things was he got talking about consciousness. Well, not too long ago. Google did a competition was a Chinese game. They set up an AI bought, learn the game in the middle of learning. The game where Google engineers realized was that the bought were starting to talk to each other in their own language and were modifying the programming code so much. So the engineers turned off because they were like, wait a minute. We don't. Understand what's happening. So that was intelligence that was being created by the AI itself. On a lot of the examples that if talked about us being program, they all exist today. NPL is something that you know eastern Europe, linguistic programming languages, something that has existed for awhile. It's done on such a small scale on an individual basis. You're talking about basically using something like that in a on a very large scale, and that's extremely scary to think about what you can do in controlling people. Dmitri m just continue because we, we do take a break in a couple minutes, but thank you so much for your thought evil Harari. You had a response there? Yes. I think that things are progressing at such a rapid pace, that it is a big question, whether we can deal with it both as a specie and as individuals the we don't, we have absolutely no idea have the would look like in twenty fifty. Is the first time in history. I think that we really have absolutely no idea how the world would look like in thirty years now it was always impossible to predict the future. You could never predict the political revolutions the earthquakes epidemics but still throughout history. When you looked thirty us to the future Yoon you how the job market will basically look like if you live in the middle ages thirties from now, yes, the Vikings might might invade. There might be a huge damage, but still most people will be peasants. So you know to teach your kids how to PLO the field in how to shepherds as the flocks and so forth. You also know that in thirty years humans will still have the same bodies. They will have the same brains, you know that family structure and gender identities will be more or less as they are today. But in twenty eighteen when you think about the world of twenty fifty, we don't know any of that. The only thing we know is that it will be completely different. World and that most of the things that kids learned today in school will be probably irrelevant by the time they are forty or fifty. The one thing that people will need to do certainly is to constantly learn and constantly reinvent themselves. You will have to reinvent yourself repeatedly, not just once. And so this is also the best bent about what to teach kids today. Well, we're talking with, you've all know Harari he's an author and historian his latest book out this week is Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century really fascinating conversation. We're gonna get two more calls when we come back from the break. What's your question for you've all Harari I Magnin shocker body. This is on point..
Wade, Rabbi Shmole and Roseanne Barr discussed on South Florida Morning Show
"He didn't have his putting his is a great place to come and scrape place that have your family all day and enjoy the weekend. You just have to stay with your children old says the child wandered away from his parents who were having a picnic at the park. Senator. Elizabeth Warren is warning Americans ahead of a confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. One of those groups executive director has made clear that his number one goal in life is to overturn Roe versus Wade. The other group has made a top priority rolling back healthcare coverage. Judge Cavanaugh has expressed that the Roe v. Wade laws and Roe v. Wade is established law and would not be turned back almost a week after election day, a close primary contest and Broward County is finally decided recount yesterday. Settler race for school board. Incumbent Donna corn did win a majority of the vote and was able to avoid a runoff against runner up. Ryan petty who lost? Daughter and the parkland shooting. Well protesters in Brazil are furious over the destruction of the national museum in Rio de Janeiro a two hundred year old institution went up in flames Sunday night, the fire destroyed callous historic artifacts. Dating back as far as eleven thousand years, and what one politician called a lobotomy of the Brazilian memory. Roseanne Barr will apparently be in Israel when the reboot of her show airs this fall colors without bar, premiers October the sixth on ABC the network canceled. The hit update of Roseanne earlier this year after bar posted a racially tinged tweet about former Obama administration aide. Valerie, Jarrett bar has since apologized. She said on a recent podcast with rabbi shmole, both yak that you'll be going to Israel to study with their favorite teachers, and that she plans on moving to the Jewish state bar said she wishes no ill will on anyone associated with the show that grew out of hers. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Second-seeded Roger Federer out of the US open the twin time grand slam singles. Champion was upset by an unseeded player. Australian John millman Nike choosing former San Francisco forty nine or quarterback Colin Kaepernick as the new face of. It's just do it campaign. Cabinet tweeted a photo of himself with the slogan believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything capper Nick who was the first player to kneel during the national anthem and protest against racism and police brutality is currently not playing any sport or in the NFL and he's suing the league on accusations that they're cluding to keep them off the field. College football got underway. At who? Choked. On a cupcake nineteenth ranked Seminoles hailed to score touchdown in their twenty four three season. Opening loss divide tech your next update? It's time for traffic. Eight fifty WBZ news time seven oh five. Hey, guys, give them morning. Traffic is brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are currently on ninety five southbound just before sixth avenue south. We still have the wreck, but it is off to the shoulder. The problem is the main line delays on ninety five south at thirty five minutes at this point very slow from West Palm into Boga, a better drive on the turnpike. By the way, we've got some school delays out there, folks. Please the careful in the fifteen mile per hour school zones through lake worth job road is moving very slowly south between western way and north tree boulevard. Rocket mortgage is simple..
'This was a meeting to get information on an opponent': Trump changes his story on Russia meeting
"At noon news talk eight fifty, telling you West Palm Beach Coral Springs lake worth From ABC news Dave, Packer last year the president said that a meeting at Trump Tower to tweet his son done junior and Russians was to. Talk about adoptions now we says that meeting before the election was to get addition information more from, ABC's terrible Mary the president claiming it wasn't criminal, for campaign aides, including Donald Trump junior to meet with Russians at the infamous Trump Tower meeting months before the election President Trump admitting the purpose of the meeting to get dirt on. Hillary Clinton tweeting this was a meeting to get information, on an opponent totally legal and all the, time in politics and. It went nowhere I did not, know about it but ABC news has learned. Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen says then candidate Trump did noted Vance, about the meeting northern New Mexico sheriff's deputy searching for a missing three..
LeBron James speaks at opening of new hometown public school
"F. t. l. it's eighty three degrees. In lake worth it's eighty five degrees and, lottery hill President Trump says he's willing to meet with. Rainy and president Hassan Ramani I do believe that they will probably end up wanting to meet and I'm ready. To meet any time they want to and I don't do that from strength. Or from weakness I think it's an appropriate thing to. Do talking with reporters at the White House today Trump said. He would not insist on preconditions and defended pulling the. US out of the Iran. Nuclear record if we could work something out that's meaningful not the waste of paper that the other deal was I would certainly be willing to make President. Trump says he has no problem shutting down the government over immigration it's time we had proper border security with. A laughing stock of the world we have the worst immigration laws anywhere in. The world the government runs out of. Money at, the end of September part. Of what Trump is demanding involves several billion dollars To start. Building a massive wall on the US Mexico border the operators of the duck boat that sank July nineteenth in. Branson Missouri killing seventeen people is facing a one hundred million dollar wrongful death lawsuit with this lawsuit we hope that we. Will drive the death trap duck bus out of best. Attorney Bob Mondello says that the claim states the canopy of the boat track those on. Board dragging them to the bottom of the lake you're damned if you do your data if you don't. You're drowned if you do your drowned if, you don't they put their passengers in an impossible situation. Where no matter what they do they are likely to die if that duck boats six a school funded by. One of the best basketball players ever is officially open but when people ask. Me why why school because I know exactly what these. Towards under forty kids are going through on the all the. Nightmares that they have because because I've been there LeBron James helped open the I promise school today. In his hometown of Akron Ohio school made possible by a partnership between the LeBron James family foundation and Akron Ohio, public schools the goal to create a fruitful environment for kids who have a hard. Life so the dogs we have a responsibility to not let these kids down to continue, to be the teachers the mentors the superheroes. Everything that's. Our responsibility to US senators, calling in the, Federal Trade. Commission to investigate the company, blamed for mismanaging, Florida's sun pass and electric toll systems in six other states conduit has been, accused of billing customers for inaccurate told charges late fees, and penalties senators Bill Nelson of Florida Gary Peters of Michigan say if drivers. Are being hurt financially the, FTC, should hold? The vendor accountable and prevent it from doing further harm earlier this month Florida Department of transportation announced it was suspending contract payments for conduit after the Botched a two hundred eighty seven million dollar upgrade of the sun, pass system Florida's primary is just weeks away according to the latest Mason Dixon poll, democrat Gwen Graham. And Republican Rick desanta 's are leading their parties pollster Brad Coker says Graham. May have an, advantage grams favorability is thirty five negative rating only five to Sanchez's favorable is thirty two, which is, right behind, hers. But he has a twenty one percent unfavorable rating President Trump speaks at a rally for dissent us on. Tuesday at the Florida state fairgrounds in Tampa North Korea returns. The remains of US troops killed during the Korean war and, Boynton beach career Korean war. Veteran hopes the remains, include his friends here's, eight fifty WFAN Karen Curtis with the, story Eighty-five-year-old Boynton beach Korean war veteran I sergeant Joe green is the only. One of his, friends to survive the, war green will join fifty w. f. t. l. tomorrow Teno five to talk about his. Fallen comrades came in through and they were very This one group Survivor out. Of thirty Friday the possible remains a fifty five US servicemen killed during the Korean war or taken off a US military plane. And South Korea green is optimistic that a box could contain at least one of, the thirty eight Karen Curtis news talk eight fifty w. t. l. and gas prices in. Florida down slightly but that could. Only be temporary AAA says the statewide average for a gallon of regular to seventy four down a penny from, a week ago average prices in south Florida range from two eighty four in West Palm Beach to two eighty two in, Miami AAA, says strong, demand lower inventories, push wholesale prices higher resulting, in a five two cents a gallon. Increase this. Week I'm Ron. Hersi news talk eight fifty w. f. t. l. This report brought to you by the Hyundai shoppers assurance program, we've got, an accident, out on I, ninety five northbound at hyper, Luxeuil road this crashes affecting two of. Your left. Lanes to you're. Right on the approach to it You're gonna see a much lower ride if you're heading..
Pentagon, Us and National Space Council discussed on Joyce Kaufman
"F t l i'm ron hersi it's eighty seven degrees in rivi are a beach it's eighty six degrees endanger beach president trump ordering the pentagon discarded making plans for a space of force which would be a branch of the us military trump hosted a meeting of the national space council at the white house today and set a space force is going to be something trump also insisted the us must be dominant in space more people being allowed to return home after being forced to evacuate because of the four sixteen fire in south western colorado authorities are starting to let some firefighters go home because the blaze burning near durango has increased to thirty percent containment firefighters got a lot of help this weekend for mother nature bringing muchneeded rain to the area the world health organization is ready to classify video game addiction as a mental health condition gaming disorder will be added to the new edition of the international classification of diseases out today it's marked by gaming taking precedence over most everything else leading social and personal dysfunction a woman is dead a child injured after a crash in west palm beach sunday night at forty fifth street a north shore drive was the scene eighty two year old jean johnson's car left the road hitting offense and then another car investigators say johnson later died at a nearby hospital a child in the car had to be airlifted at last check the child was in critical condition after surgery a medical problem may have caused that crash leaders in west palm beach are scheduled to vote tonight on whether to allow marijuana dispensaries in the city if the city commission approves the plan medical marijuana dispensaries would be allowed within city limits with some restrictions dispensaries will not be allowed within six hundred feet of a school for instance there are already two dispensaries in lake worth which is in palm beach county several others are along the treasure coast i'm ron hersi news talk eight fifty w f t l this is rich steven's coming up in the next all new rich stephen show here we go again i'm hearing some chatter that the parkland fdle report may.
"lake worth" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Well yes but also also they added cheese to their burgers without permission according to climatologists april was the four hundred month in a row to be blinker than average hotter yes this week amazon announced it was banning customers who blanked items to offer return them yes on wednesday the city manager of a town in florida college is for an emergency alert warning of blank i don't know missiles zombie i did know the attack lake words power grids sends out automatic alerts whenever services interrupted as it did during a massive power outage on wednesday but some residents noticed the alert also warned of a zombie outbreak especially alarming since lake worth slogan is beautiful beaches delicious brains phil how to do you got five right for ten more points she don't has twelve points and is tied with hurry so bill how many does adam need to win and it's five to win all right adam this is for the game are you ready are just so this week a federal judge ruled that president trump can't legally block people on what twitter correct on monday genus bowl was officially sworn in as the new director of blank yes this week secretary of state mike pompeo said that he supported findings that suggest blank helped trump's campaign russia yes on monday treasury secretary steve mnuchin announced the trade war with blank has been put on hold china yes after being caught by police with a bag of cocaine in his house a man in florida told officers blake there was more in the garage.
Hawaii Kilauea volcano: earthquake strikes
"A began erupting free weeks ago unexploded once again this week laba has dust from fissures insent methane gas flames shooting up through the ground bbc's mad government got up close with the volcano spewing lava reports on the story from hawaii's big island the rat of kilowatt continues on the big island of hawaii lobbying lava bombs into the air and pumping out a lakes worth molten rock it incinerating everything in its path with roads cut off the only way in is on foot florida being guys up in the air it's probably going one hundred hundred and fifty feet up it is incredibly powerful you can feel all the heat that it's generating and also we're am it used to be valley and now it is literally creating this new topography orig has formed where cows used to munch on cane grass a roiling pit kicking up several swimming pools worth of lava every second creating rivers of molten rock pouring across highways cutting off access routes more than two hundred eighty people remain in shelters and about fifty structures have been destroyed we met retired electrical engineer herschel hood he was returning to his evacuated neighborhood still here herschel tells us that latest fisher decimated his home i hope someday we can get back to that piece of land because it will still be there underneath all that lava authorities now were warning island residents about a steam release containing lease it's a toxic cloud of hydrochloric acid and grass crystals caused by the piping hot lava mixing with seawater and for that reason officials have cut off access to coastal areas were the poses a threat that twentysecond fisher continuing to erupt piling up lava roy up against the poona ju thermal venture the plant that supplies about a quarter of the island's power the state's largest utility the crisis at the plant is just the latest in a series of emergencies triggered when kilowatt sparked back to life the lavas actually creating more coastline in hawaii permanently changing large swaths of the landscape here what's incredible is that where this massive fisher is putting off so much and so much lava this was pasture land wendy still monitors volcanic activity for the us geological survey how long you expect this to continue for the.