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19 diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease in Bronx; 1 death
"And outbreak of legionnaires disease in a New York City neighborhood has sickened 19 people since the beginning of the month with one person dying The city health department says cooling towers in the hybrid section of The Bronx have been tested for legionella bacteria which causes legionnaires disease a form of pneumonia the bacteria was found in four of the towers which the department ordered to be disinfected In addition to the person who died 8 people have been hospitalized the health department says people get legionnaires disease when they breathe in water vapor with the bacteria It isn't contagious and most people don't get sick but symptoms are similar to the flu and those with symptoms should seek healthcare Julie Walker New York
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on WTOP
"Card on that Piper in New York. It appears talks between the White House and congressional Democrats have just broken up, and no deal is in sight over anew Kuroda virus relief bill to help the millions of Americans struggling financially. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, speaking moments ago, I've told them come back when you when you are ready to give us a higher number. CBS's Steve Dorsey's in Washington with the latest top Democrats say they haven't been able to agree with the White House on a dollar amount in a stimulus bill Republicans wanna measure amounting to around $1 trillion. But Democrats want a much larger bill. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called the White House talks disappointing. But Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin insists the White House wants a compromise. That news comes after we learn the economy added about 1.8 million jobs in July. CBS whose business it was Jules Schlessinger says people have been looking for work. Even as unemployment benefits run out. We've got some research from Yale University and from one of the Federal Reserve banks in Chicago, which shows pretty clearly that when people are actually getting their unemployment benefits, they are looking for jobs, and in fact, they may be looking harder and more consistently than those people who are not receiving benefits. While the governor of New York says schools can reopen this year for in person learning questions remain in other parts of the country where school is already in session. Our gym, Krystle explains 42 year old Tacoma James has died from covert 19 while self quarantining the death of the Lafayette County, Mississippi teacher at assistant High School football coach has prompted fears that an operate could occur. Now that the school district's teachers and students have returned to classrooms, administrators say James was with young people all summer during football workouts. He had contact with students and players. As recently as a week ago. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Well, It's not Cove in 19 But some buildings in Atlanta being used by the CDC or closed after a potentially deadly bacteria is found in a cooling tower. WSB radio is Sabrina Cupid. The CDC has confirmed the closure of several buildings that at least is here in Atlanta after discovering Legionella bacteria. And the water systems. It's suspected that the bacteria grew during the prolonged pandemic shut down. The agency warns that this is something other building and property owners need to be on the lookout for as the country starts to reopen overseas. 17 are dead after an air.
CDC closes several buildings in Atlanta because of Legionnaire’s disease concerns
"Confirmed this morning the closure of several buildings that at least is here in Atlanta after discovering Legionella bacteria and the water systems it was found in a cooling tower and other water source is in the building. CDC own campuses have not been impacted. The CDC suspects of the bacteria grew during this prolonged pandemic shutdown, the agency warning that this is something that other building and property owners need to be on the lookout for as they start to reopen.
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"Riverdale Road, Exit 60. It is in a left lane and checking all possible new trouble in Clayton, 75 north bound on the ramp 2 to 85. Keeping you slow as you leave the Forest Park area. I have more in minutes on Veronica Rail. 95.5 SPEED. WSB news time coming upon the 11 32. What With Georgia's death toll now, more than 4000. There are new questions this morning about Whether the state is doing enough to slow the spread of the virus. George's lieutenant governor, Jeff Duncan, this morning. This virus isn't is a moving target. It's a vicious moving target. He tells CNN that if it was 10% worse, the decision to shut down would be easy. If it was 10% less. There would be no argument for closing, he says. Politics, though, should not matter. This virus is not a Democrat. It's not a Republican. It's the enemy of all of us. Duncan says. Now more than ever, it's so important to wear a mask, social distance and wash your hands. CDC here in Atlanta has closed the buildings out of concern over Legionnaire's disease, Legionella bacteria. Found in the water system at some of the locations. It's likely the bacteria grew because of the prolonged shutdown during this pandemic, CDC saying as people return to work and start to travel more people across the country to think about the possibility. Of Legionella bacteria, which can cause deadly pneumonia grows in warm and stagnant water. And rent Scroll Croft, National Security Advisor Tio President Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush has died at the age of 95. WSB NEWS time. 11:33 a.m. Every weekday morning I'm 95.5 WSB 15 minutes of uninterrupted in depth news, weather and traffic. 8 a.m. No new speed. It's another WSB advantage when you start your day.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on KOMO
"Now check traffic well if she's not there so let's get a check of the coming eco roof forecast gray skies and showers throughout the after you might hear the rumble of thunder out there temperatures today they're gonna top out in the mid sixties other than that we're gonna keep the showers going on through Sunday under mostly cloudy skies few extra some breaks on Sunday in the dry weather Monday Tuesday in the come with a seven thirds on companies stay connected stay informed como Saturday from the cumo twenty four hour news center I'm Jeff Poe Julie here's what we're following a young woman is dead after falling into the Green River near highway one sixty nine there were three females they were hiking along the river one female fell into the water second female jumped into the water to the trying to rescue her she was unable to put the rescuer was able to self rescue herself to get out of the river unfortunately the third person they're the first person that fell into the river was not that sergeant mark Rohr pick with the king county sheriff's office the victim has not been identified three people have died in nearly three hundred have been seconded a co in nineteen outbreak in eastern Washington meat plant what a Lupe Olivera Bernardo tore alba in Jorge Castaneda all died from complications related to the virus all three worked at the Tyson fresh meats beef plant in Wallula the plant was closed for about two weeks but was allowed to reopen on may the fifth and two people in Washington state who were sick in December have since been found to have covered nineteen any bodies in their system the positive serology tests can determine whether the people have the coronavirus in December weeks before the disease was officially detected in the United States they may have been exposed after the first recorded case in January both the residents of Snohomish county which has the second highest number of confirmed cases in the state with more than twenty seven hundred after several weeks of shuttered stores in empty buildings a warning from health officials some businesses restart operations buildings that have been empty need to be checked for mold plumbing systems should be flushed Lauren James with department of health says stagnant water is a breeding ground for Legionella bacteria which can get into the air.
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"Else call the three C. body shop traffic tip line at eight to one eleven eleven and download the pink button collision repair app traffic from temp Styron header heating and cooling I'm Pat Butler on newsradio six ten WTVN make meal time easy and delicious with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese they're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and already in the microwave in six minutes try Bob insights from your grocery store it'll be love at first bite ABC six first warning meteorologist Jim good all at least we shifted the rain off for the weekend forecast but now comes Monday through Wednesday showers this afternoon fewer than we saw this morning the whole and a high of fifty cloudy with fog tonight are low forty showers especially south of I. seventy tomorrow a high of fifty four whether powered by the basement doctor eighties at forty eight and Lewis center forty seven and your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN at least five people ended up in hospitals after a series of seven different shootings that were reported across Columbus just on Sunday the calls included for shootings in the span of about half an hour that started just after eight PM one of the victims from Sunday's shooting is still in critical condition today former south bend Indiana mayor people judges campaign for the democratic presidential nomination is over he says officially suspended his campaign Sunday night after a disappointing finish in the South Carolina primary on northwest Columbus area nursing home is now being reviewed following a report of bacteria which causes legionnaire's disease health leaders are looking at three possible cases of Legionella at Arlington court skilled nursing and rehab center the report of the disease comes from October of last year while the other two come from this past February legionnaires Legionella bacteria is spread through tainted water vapor and can cause potentially fatal flu like symptoms March marks the start of the ozone season as well a time when air pollution can reach unhealthy levels for sensitive groups the ground level ozone is a gas produced when emissions from vehicles and lawn equipment and industry all combined in the presence of sunlight those with asthma are more likely to suffer they say to decrease those problems limit your prolonged activity outdoors fears about the corona virus to have some travelers concerned but triple A.'s Kimberly Schwinn says if you have a trip planned to go ahead it's a really good idea to check the U. S. department of state travel advisories website cigarette travel dot state dot gov and you will see the list of travel advisories on that website the advisories are listed in a four tier system from one to four with four being a do not travel warning the White House is now urging Americans not to travel to northern Italy or South Korea and any foreign national who visited Iran in the past fourteen days will not be allowed into the U. S. for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Alison Wyant here ABC six first warning weather showers likely today windy will see a high near fifty and chance of rain late tonight cloudy and chilly a low of thirty eight some rain expected again tomorrow mostly cloudy skies through the day hi topping out at fifty four and then finally some sunshine on Wednesday with a high of fifty three stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes passed and as news breaks the Rush Limbaugh show starts next listeners we're always.
Legionnaires’ outbreak linked to hot tub display; families to sue
"Around fifteen families affected by legionnaires disease outbreak of the North Carolina mountains state fair are suing too hot tub vendors state health officials say those who contracted the disease were likely to have spent time in the Davis events center were hot tubs are on display during the early September fair an attorney representing the families tells a citizen times of the source of the Legionella bacteria came from the centers pipes before it was eros allies through the hot tubs the owner of ash fills all pro billiards and spas which was named in the suit says they are cooperating with health officials and all tests have come
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Disease outbreak at the North Carolina mountains state fair are suing too hot vendors state health officials say those who contracted the disease we're likely to have spent time in the Davis events center were hot tubs run displayed during the early September fair an attorney representing the families tells a citizen times of the source of the Legionella bacteria came from the centers pipes before it was put into the hot tubs the owner of AS fills all pro billiards in spas which was named in the suit says they are cooperating with health officials and all tests have come back negative a low hanging bridge getting a left dirhams infamous can opener bridges getting a lift crews will begin raising the Norfolk southern Gregson street overpass tomorrow countless tractor trailer rigs have gotten caught under the bridge over the years the bridge as eleven feet eight inches of clearance Gregson street will be closed to traffic from Wednesday to November third while the bridges raised to provide twelve feet four inches of clearance it'll cost about half a million dollars for the extra eight inches of space and hopes of reducing infrastructure damage and improving safety I'm Richard styling I wake county man living life as a millionaire Gabriel campus of willow springs at a five million dollars scratch off winner we bought a twenty dollar ticket in the North Carolina lottery's new fortune game Campos took home more than two million dollars after taxes I'm Scott can blur call for the western North Carolina on approach and we've got some chill in the air next several lights so wins tonight.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"With one oh six one F. M. talk big trouble for a teen following a traffic stop a teenager is facing charges accused of dragging a Davidson county sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop the scene unfolded yesterday in the area of old US fifty two near two eighty five in Lexington officials say deputy Caleb forest was at the truck's window when seventeen year old Nicholas Myers drove off and dragging the deputy behind them deputy force was taken to a local hospital but there's no word on how badly Hertie wise Myers was caught and arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and resisting a public officer I'm Richard styling the person who attended the mountain state fair has died from legionnaire's disease health officials have not confirmed if the woman's case was specifically connected to the fair eighty year old Lorraine Williams visited the fair inflator from Campobello South Carolina more than a hundred and thirty illnesses from Legionella bacteria among fair goers have been confirmed Federal Emergency Management Agency denying assistance to for North Carolina counties they were impacted by hurricane Dorian FEMA sent a letter to governor Rory Cooper saying the damage in Catterick their high and new Hanover county said not severe enough for federal assistance staking appeal famous the Nile within thirty days of receiving the letter a toddler expected to be okay after falling three stories at a Kerry apartment complex accident happened yesterday afternoon northwest Maynard and high house roads police say the two year old girl fell out of a window she was taken to a local hospital and released within a few hours no children hurt after man crashes his truck into a Winston Salem Forsyth county school bus and the bus was headed to mount Tabor high school police say the driver of the truck rear ended the bus and was cited the bus driver suffered minor injuries BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina is looking for a new leader the head of the company with continuing news updates I'm Scott gambler sunshine in the forecast and temperatures comfortable were in the mid seventies this afternoon.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Of pressure to try to push the Chicago teachers union to settle in a void in October seventeenth strike pressure point number one is no pay for days lost to a walk out she will not extend the school year to do this no there's no plan to make up any days pressure for number two is no scheme to shorten the school day by adding more prep time for teachers were never cheating our kids on the day of construction we're not to shorten the school day that's not gonna happen the union denies it's trying to shorten the school day that Ron Emmanuel achieved but city hall is suspicious that's an elbow camera interview less AB nineteen years Jerry is convicted into white punto de of first degree murder in the shooting death of nine year old tie Shawn levy who is lowered into an alley with the promise of a juice box a separate jury today found codefendant Corey Morgan also guilty of murder Morgan said to have orchestrated the gang revenge style slaying to northwest Indiana schools have been temporarily closed after school district employee tested positive for legionnaire's disease we get more from Kathy Vollmer Doolin school corporation officials close Westchester intermediate school in Chesterton today after traces of Legionella bacteria were found in its cooling tower and Chester to middle school was shattered following a similar discovery in its water system the administration center was closed as well after an employee self reported testing positive for legionnaire's disease we juniors as a flu like illness contracted when infected water vapor is inhaled officials say there were. king with experts to address any environmental hazard to make sure students and staff for safe the Porter county health departments been notified and testing continues on the water and air systems no word yet on when the buildings will re open Kathy Vollmer W. LSA MA ninety news press as strong trump says the White House is preparing to send a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi in which she is expected to formally object to the Democrats impeachment inquiry the letter is expected to say the White House won't cooperate with the probe because it was initiated without a house vote fighting Illini football gets back at it Saturday against Minnesota in Minneapolis rob more to your previous tomorrow afternoon's game the line I is too into coming off their bye week it's the first of two breaks during the season so how does coach Lovie Smith feel about the extra week of rest I just love the two bye weeks I think it is good for our game you know the more players you know more help the players you have on the football field has to make our game better for the fans and all that so I'm excited but course but this one excited about the next one and I hope that becomes a big part of what we always do the second bye week is November sixteenth after a visit to Michigan state and be for trip to Iowa rob our tear eight ninety W. L. S. A. M. sports WLS use are right now is.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Are the most paused at that use pause rewind watched again or just paused in general three one two nine eight one seven two hundred by the news coming up right after this. one goal one gold going to beat the thirteen at every position I believe that they're going to be on much more competitive team going into this season than they were coming out last. Friday October fourth against one goal and one place to. seven twenty W.. hockey yeah it's also time for news is two thirty right now it's getting to the newsroom with Vic want no cause for concern in Batavia the west suburbs that message from officials after Legionella bacteria was found in a bathroom at Batavia high school it can lead to the severe type of pneumonia known as legion air's disease it was detected after the testing of rooftop cooling towers district one oh one officials say those towers have been shut down for cleaning the drinking water inside the school tested negative they say it's safe to drink former U. S. state department special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker set to testify on Capitol Hill later this morning he'll take questions from members of Congress who said on three house committees testimony starts at nine AM central it's related to a whistle blower complaint involving president trump and a fourth democratic presidential debates less than two weeks away it'll be crowded stage twelve candidates will take part in Westerville Ohio October fifteenth the Democratic National Committee announced the lineup Wednesday you can find it at Democrats dot org.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"America's listening to fox news. connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk a shortage among prison staff means the closure of three minimum security prisons in North Carolina that was the word from state prison officials Tuesday hope correctional institution in Raiford the Tyrell prison work farm in Colombia anti Odum correctional institution in Jackson are all slated for closure in coming weeks the victim of another shooting last night in high point has died from his injuries police this morning identified the victim is thirty one year old William the campus No suspect information has been released the highway patrol says a door a man was arrested after leading authorities on a high speed chase at times reaching speeds above a hundred miles per hour the chase began on I ninety five and ended on US sixty four when the driver crashed in the median cops say they found a large quantity of cocaine in the car the Asheville city council has approved a one year moratorium on all new hotel construction citing a spike in requests for permits the council said it would use the time to develop new policies to guard against over development staying out west those who attended a big fair in western Carolina may have caught more than a good time rob Stadler explains some people it took in the North Carolina mountains state fair and Fletcher earlier this month have come down with legionnaire's disease but health officials aren't sure if anything at the fair was the source of the Legionella bacteria the state epidemiologist says that anyone experiencing pneumonia like symptoms including cough fever or shortness of breath should see a doctor immediately there are more than one hundred fifty cases of legionnaire's each year in North Carolina they can be treated with antibiotics I'm rob Stadler meanwhile Guilford county health officials confirm five cases of mumps at high point university the school says precautionary measures are being taken to help stop that infection from spreading with continuing news updates I'm Carl Wilson. temperatures close to ten degrees above average again today a mix of clouds and sun upper eighties.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on WTVN
"Go frankly we intelligent background checks okay wait for that all right Republican or Democrat the president says he's spoken with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell with the idea for lawmakers to consider some kind of legislation when they get back from recess visitation for one of the victims of Dayton's mass shooting going on today a celebration of life of Logan Turner going on now until eight PM in spring borough you'll be laid to rest tomorrow as firefighters say a person was found dead inside a home in the twenty nine hundred block of Templeton road this morning we are waiting on more from investigators more cases of Legionella bacteria being found at the Mount Carmel healthcare system this time traces of the potentially deadly bacteria were discovered at Marion hall that's at the Mount Carmel college of nursing in Franklin Tenn so far no cases reported in connection with the findings an outbreak at mount Carmel's new Grove city hospital second about a dozen people and killed one Columbus area couple now filing suit after a fertility mix up in Cincinnati Joseph cardinal loan from the Columbus area found out through a home D. and the aid that his twenty four year old daughter Rebecca conceive through in vitro fertilization was not his biological daughter we keep asking why hasn't someone done something about this already we're talking about the creation of life the family is suing the institute for reproductive health ovation fertility Cincinnati and the Christ hospital health network the family also investigating whether her doctorate Christ hospital is the father I may see Jepsen a Richland County sheriff's deputy was hurt in a crash last night in Mansfield Ohio state troopers say that deputy was responding to a shooting call when his cruiser struck a mini van along state route four thirty at Illinois Avenue two people in the van were also heard no word if any charges will apply in that case and Facebook is reportedly looking to pay publishers millions of dollars when it comes to obtaining news contents the Wall Street journal reports reps for Facebook are in talks with executives from a number of news organizations including Bloomberg and The Washington Post offering to pay up to three million dollars a year to license articles it's not clear whether any publishers have agreed or if this number applies to each organization or to all Facebook has yet to respond but it does confirm eight news tab which is set to launch this fall the move comes amid backlash with critics saying the company is pulling ad revenue which used to go to newspapers krystin Goodwin fox news radio six ten WTVN sports.
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"Morning in Springfield the president meanwhile says he has been speaking to the NRA as discussions on background checks for gun on gun owners are taking place between house and Senate leadership appear saying in a statement the NRA opposes any new restrictions on gun rights adding the proposals being discussed by many would not have prevented the horrific tragedies in el Paso and Dayton the president tweeted today that he wants to ensure that the NRA's very strong views can be fully represented and respected Legionella bacteria has been found on the campus of Mount Carmel college of nursing Mount Carmel health system has confirmed the bacteria was found in a water source in Marion hall during testing after the water supply was disrupted for a time due to a construction project a couple from the east side of Columbus is being charged with child abuse in connection to the torture of their five children it was a result lists and his wife Rosa appeared before a Franklin County judge on five counts of endangering children they say the eight he cruelly abused his children while his wife who is the children step mother did nothing to stop his behavior the children are now he and have been placed with Franklin County children's services and the services for Brandon creature have they are being held today the Ohio soldier was killed in Afghanistan late last month his visitation runs to they said this afternoon and Brian high school in the gymnasium his private funeral is set for tomorrow I'm Alison Wyant stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past in as news breaks the Glenn Beck show continues next is a tender little tale.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on WTVN
"Awaiting sentencing now after pleading guilty in a deadly deadly head on crash in Clermont county Germany old has pled guilty to one count of vehicular homicide in the death of answered Anthony Bertram prosecutors say old was speeding to a call in Batavia back in January when he missed a curving collided with Bertram's pick up truck they're taking steps to remedy the problem Legionella bacteria was found this week at the Mount Carmel college of nursing the bacteria was discovered after testing was being conducted inside Marion hall Mount Carmel health system says the entire water supplies being filtered and disinfected they say the testing will continue as the weekend progressed series two people have been arrested and charged with rape and endangering children of this police say thirty three year old Jose rose Alice is facing three counts of rape and five a child endangering all twenty nine year old rose service Seles is looking at the same child endangering charges the two were arrested by swat officers on Wednesday officers say the five juvenile victims were removed from their home back in March and remain in the custody of Franklin County children's services I'm Scott Jennings Walmart is pulling violent video game displays and signs from their stores after two deadly shootings last week the store confirmed it's taking immediate action out of respect for those killed and wounded a former Walmart employee shot and killed two managers at a store in Mississippi in late July and a suspected white supremacists is accused of killing twenty two people at a Walmart store in el Paso Texas last Saturday Walmart has said earlier in the week they do not plan on stopping selling guns a school in the Youngstown area is letting their students a sleep in a little bit this year Niles McKinley high news born on Friday this upcoming school year the skull was we have a couple more hours of sleep on Fridays that's because the schools implementing two hour training sessions for teachers and staff to learn new teaching techniques from soon or strategic.
"legionella bacteria" Discussed on WJR 760
"Used at airports and military bases. The fast detection act authorizes forty five million dollars for the US Geological Survey to conduct nationwide. Sampling and develop new advanced technologies to detect the chemicals, Michigan congressman, Dan. Kildee is the sponsor of the Bill in the house. Michigan has more known pee sites than any other state, but that's because Michigan developed a comprehensive program to find water contamination. As a result of the Flint water emergency. The updated map shows that p contamination is truly a nationwide problem impacting millions of Americans in hundreds of communities, dick, Hafner, WJR news. A southeast Michigan congressman has joined growing number of Democrats supporting impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. Right. Presentative Andy Levin. A democrat from Bloomfield Township north of Detroit announced his support for an impeachment. Inquiry, Saturday Levin representing Michigan's ninth congressional district wrote about his support on Twitter. Of land hospital ordered by the state to take steps to reduce the risk of exposure to legionella bacteria once a hearing on that matter, MacLaurin, McLaren rather Flint hospital, requested an administrative hearing before the state, enforces, the terms of an order over issues with the bacteria that causes legionaires disease. Oh, crack police are searching for twenty three year old devante Bailey who is wanted in the fatal shooting of his brother-in-law. They shooting happened around five thirty pm, Saturday inside a home on Burton street off Coolidge highway where the twenty nine year old brother in law lived, according to oak park police, the two men got into an argument that turned deadly police believe Bailey, maybe headed toward that. It's white area. Bailey should be considered armed and dangerous today is Father's Day. And according to a recent survey by the national retail federation, Americans are expected to spend a record sixteen billion dollars this year. Last year. People spent fifteen point three billion dollars on Father's Day gifts. And this year most.
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"Well, President Trump speaking to students at the White House visiting the White House with their parents, Trump urged them to keep learning and keep dreaming also warned children that they should never take drugs. Drink alcohol or smoke and California prison officials are starting to treat water with chlorine. After the dangerous legionella bacteria was found in the water of several facilities in Stockton officials. Say hyper chlorination of the water began yesterday the treatment comes after one inmate died from legionnaire's disease in March. Traffic and weather together. Let's check in again with Dana. Hess, those kids should be seen and not heard westbound cab El Camino avenue offramp. Not injury collision three vehicles. They're still working on that one. It's not injury. Accident didn't work in a good half hour. Now, it looks like jagged freeways. Yeah. Eastbound eighty through Davis, Ed as a slog one thirteen to the causeway that clears up magically eastbound capcity city, heavy starting in mid Tanner at ends read goes all the way to the river. Westbound going to be slow from the Marconi curve the river and westbound fifty guests long ago traffic, and it starts at whatever. We'll take you all the way to sixteenth street. And then that also goes away at elk grove Honda. You could drive at twenty nine thousand nine civic, LX, joy style technology, safety and great gas mileage ask about the least you can do there. L grow Honda in the bottom all highway ninety nine and they'll grow boulevard, I gotta get an elk grove, Honda, Honda and traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings and afternoons. Dana has news ninety three point one KFC K. Sunny skies today. Highs in the upper eighties mostly clear overnight.
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"Weather, heart radio station. News ninety three point one. Af PK. I'm McGaw is news ninety three point one can't be K the bacteria causing legionnaires disease was found at a state prison in Stockton. The discovery was made after the legionella bacteria turned up in an inmate who died last month and a second inmate also tested positive for the bacteria following the discovery. The prison known as the California healthcare facility installed shower filters and began trucking in bottled water, although the bacteria was found throughout the prison. Officials say it's not in the water supply for the city of Stockton, one hundred thirty one people across California were caught misusing disabled person parking placards during nineteen enforcement operations last month. According to the DNV drivers in Rosemead received the most citations at sixteen followed by sandy miss at fourteen and the Oxnard Ventura area at twelve the DMV said all offenders had their placards confiscate. And face fines ranging from two hundred fifty dollars to one thousand dollars. Mcgaw is news ninety three point one, Kathy. K now, traffic and weather together. Good evening thirty-three Bob Williams in the traffic center. What's going on up there tonight? What we've continued got one way control not one way, but one lane east direction on highway fifty in plaza Ville Klay street Carson road off ramp closure. Eastbound fifty mosquito road off ramp is closed on the westbound side. The mosquito road on ramp is closed otherwise working out there. This after noon and evening hours lagoona boulevard pocket road, northbound five alternating link closures through five AM one way controlled traffic on the Rio vista bridge at state route twelve north front screen rivers to the junction of highway one sixty that goes on through six AM and work around the rest area on eighty westbound round Donner summit the right lane is closed right now. They're doing some emergency work in that area. That should be wrapped up sometime today. Next update at nine three traffic on the tans every ten minutes mornings end after. Jeune's? Bob williams. News ninety three point one KMP K. Lear end moonlit tonight, the low fifty one four tomorrow sunshine at a few.
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"Team yet Sacramento in Saint Louis contenders. To host the twenty eighth and L S team. Either city has been invited to send representatives to tomorrow's meeting. Several owners say they need more information before deciding which city gets the new franchise Sacramento recently announced plans to build a new soccer stadium in the rail yards. If the city gets the franchise for the first time in recent memory, the local price of gas did not go up overnight. Now, that's news DASS buddy dot com reports the average price for gallon of gas in the Sacramento area holding steady at the re dollars ninety cents which is the same as yesterday. Prices have been on the increase due to refinery maintenance and the switch over to California summer blend fuel nationally the average price of gases to eighty four gallon. He. Here in California statewide average, officially four dollars and one cent a gallon, which is a dime less than today's average price. No that as dime, that's eleven cents more than today's average price here in Sacramento. The bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease has turned up at a state prison in Stockton. The discovery was made after the legionella bacteria turned up an inmate who died last month. A second inmate also tested positive for the bacteria following the discovery. The prison known as the California healthcare facility installed shower filters and began trucking in bottled water, although the bacteria was found throughout the prison. Officials say it is not in the water supply for the city of Stockton. Well, the northern California salmon season could be the best in five years state. Fishery managers proved a one hundred twenty two day commercials season almost twice as many days as last year the salmon population is believed to be the most abundant since twenty fourteen. Thanks to this year's heavy rains making for a healthy adult spawning run the San Francisco district season between point arena on the southern Mendocino.
Legionella bacteria found at University Hospital of Brooklyn
"Will staff and patients at a Brooklyn hospital are advised to drink bottled water and avoid taking showers because of a bacterial infection in the water supply tap water was turned off at SUNY downstate medical after the state health department found that it might be contaminated with the bacteria that causes the flu like legionnaires disease. A patient at the hospital was reportedly diagnosed with the disease recently, but it was most likely already infected before being admitted the daily news reports it is unclear whether there is any connection between that patient and the
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"Things like leaving trace evidence by changing his physical appearance. Shamming his head. Behind the sheriff also said law should be treated as a hero since she helped them break the case and gave them details. That led to the suspect. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. A sheriff of Barron county Wisconsin is praising Jamie clause for having escaped her abductor on Thursday. Dean mutual reports. Thirteen year old Jamie clause had been missing for three months after someone killed her parents in their home last October. She was found Thursday afternoon in a remote area of northern Wisconsin police did arrest her alleged kidnapper twenty one year old Jake Paterson, Barron county sheriff Chris Gerald said Jamie helped them break the case she should be treated as a hero. He said the teen had the will of a kid survive and gave them details. That led them to the suspect clause has been reunited with family members and her dog Patterson, we'll have his first court hearing on Monday, deem, mutual NBC, News Radio. Water restrictions are in place at a Brooklyn hospital after legionella bacteria were found in a water sample. The city's health department told ABC. Seven the two cases of legionnaires disease or under investigation at New York. Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital after a pair of patients came down with the disease. The hospital says the amount discover was small and not likely to make people sick the hospital is working with the health department to disinfect it's water system. Federal health officials are predicting a spike in flu cases this month. Lisa Carter has more the centers for disease control shells, high numbers of influenza cases in New York City and nineteen states. In a new report, the CDC describes flu activity as widespread with the highest hospitalization. Rates among young children. The hardest hit states are mainly the south at along the Gulf Coast. Doctors say it's done not too late to get a flu shot since the flu season can last well into spring. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Atlanta supreme court Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is being given a clean Bill of health by doctors a statement released by the court says there's no evidence of any remaining lung cancer following her surgery in December the eighty five year old. Justice Mr round of arguments this week, and we'll continue to work from home for the time being John Jeffreys NBC News Radio. And now a.
Legionella bacteria detected in Sands Resort water system
"A week to reach an agreement on all outstanding issues. Locked out national grade workers protesting yesterday after being off the job for weeks without health insurance. Or pay on Wall Street. The Dow Jones futures down eighty six points. Nasdaq futures down sixteen and a half and the s&p futures are down just about six in other news, hundreds of people in westboro were forced out of their homes last night. When a fire broke out in their building. WBZ TV's Tiffany Chen has more from the scene on turnpike road apartment fire in westboro forces about two hundred fifty residents out into the street families had evacuate quickly leaving with just the clothes on their backs and
N.H. beach hotel pushes back on CDC in Legionnaires’ testing
"Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time six, ten, tropical storm Gordon is taking aim at much of the south and southeast correspondent Jim Krasula tells us it's. Washing out the Labor, Day festivities in south Florida right now Jim Krasula hurricane and. Tropical storm watches are posted across the central Gulf as tropical storm Gordon continues to gather strength as much as a foot. Of, rain could fall across. Areas of the deep south and. Southeast flood watches, are up for parts of Alabama Mississippi Louisiana and Texas drivers around the metro New Orleans area are lining up to put sandbags in their trunks. In Saint Tammany parish a line of cars reached between twenty and twenty five vehicles long at times. The National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to move away from the southwestern Florida coach Post and. Reach coastal Mississippi and Louisiana by late Tuesday, it's expected to move inland over the lower Mississippi valley on Wednesday The New. Hampshire health department is demanding a Hampton beach hotel take immediate. Action after finding a potentially deadly bacteria in its water system WBZ Sheri small has an update after, a series of tests the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease, is traced to multiple. Places at the sands resort in Hampton beach New Hampshire bound within parts of the. Hotels water system including the hot, tub the hotel is now ordered to fix the problem and notify all of its guests the health department says. So far fourteen confirmed cases of legionnaires disease contracted in Hampton beach since late July one elderly person has died from it legionnaires is a bacterial pneumonia, contracted by inhaling droplets, of, water, contaminated with, the legionella bacteria symptoms which mimic pneumonia typically surface within. Two to ten days Sheri small WBZ, News Radio, ten thirty sports Tom Cuddy is. In the remote, as hticket dot com sports studio at TPC Boston in Norton Tom Red Sox winners in Atlanta Red Sox eight brave to for the. First time since joining the Red Sox. Won the method have. Two months ago in Kinsley retro factor three runs batted in Kinsley post. Game with WBZ radio sports anytime you contribute offensively is a. Lot of fun and you're winning games there's a lot of fun that's really it comes down to, comes down to wins if you're contributing on those winds, it's fine if you're. Not it's still fun Windsor fun Red Sox Kinzler Alex Cora believe it or not. Used to.
Health officials confirm Legionnaires' cases in upper Manhattan cluster grows to 27
"The former starts city housing complex in Brooklyn as officials work to determine if the death of a fifty six year. Old woman in one of those buildings was the result of the outage power. At spring creek towers went out about five, AM this morning and required. The help of dozens of city firefighters many of whom are, called, to, help people, who, had gotten stranded in elevators it restored, the power, about, five hours later five. People suffered minor injuries the complex is privately Owned and. Operated and has its own power supply more grim, news in the massive car wildfire that's burning around Redding California the body of another victim of the fire has been found the body Justice covered. That brings the. Total number of dead to six a great, grandmother her two young, great, grandchildren to firefighters and now the latest death Shasta county. Sheriff Tombo Sankoh. We have confirmed that the person did receive. Evacuation notices. And did not. Evacuate the area where the latest body was found, is now a crime scene Alex, stone ABC news outside of Redding California state health departments is a number of people infected with legionnaire's disease and upper Manhattan is now up to twenty seven the. Cluster continues to affect people in Hamilton heights in Washington heights with three people remain hospitalized officials confirmed twelve days ago. That one person died from complications related to the disease most of the folks. Who have been infected are over the age, of fifty meantime a prominent. New York City hall Hospital has been dealing with a legionella outbreak they're very low. Levels of the legionella bacteria showed up in the water supply at Jacobi medical center in the Bronx Saturday visiter. John was shocked to learn this when he showed up she just told me. Don't, drink the water because it's bad Got. Normally go wash my hands you know you're. Going to see a new baby wash I didn't do I use the the hand sanitizer New York City health and hospitals, says they're bringing in bottled water so far.
U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin says he sees at least 3 percent growth for next 4-5 years
"Caused by the hurricanes last. Year he decided to help out and to sing about it this album isn't necessarily about the devastation or the destruction it's about the moving forward. That's all coming. Up but first this news Live from NPR news, in Washington I'm Janine. Herbst in northern California the massive wildfire around reading continues to. Burn zone Hudson for member station k. q. e. d. visited in evacuation zone for the car. Fire earlier today I've been driving around in an evacuation zone near. Reading and in that area the car fires. Burned entire hillsides landscapes completely blackened ashes flying around like snow flurries also in. That area there's a lot of homes, that have been completely burned to the ground by the fire they're, totally flattened there's lots of melted and twisted metal but the fires burned so randomly one house on a street could be totally fine and the other could be totally burned to the ground. At tens of thousands have been evacuated many are wondering when they'll be, able to go home are spokesman Chris Harvey says it could be a while your. Safety and the safety of the fire in law enforcement. Cruises number one and in order to ensure that safety. We have to make sure. All the roads continue. To be, closed and An, open only, to law enforcement and fire traffic and. That means that you're you're not. Likely to be allowed to go home anytime soon the fire is still only five percent contained Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the economy will. Continue to see strong growth for the next several years of you, contrary to many economists, and peers mirror Kennedy reports figures released Friday show the economy grew four point one percent in the second, quarter the latest growth rate is the highest one in nearly four years and on Fox. News Sunday Treasury. Secretary Steven Mnuchin said to expect more, of the same we. Can only project a couple of years in the future but. I think we're well on this path for several years he predicted four or five years of. Sustained three percent growth many economists are sceptical that current rates will. Continue though Federal Reserve officials told congress this. Month that they project GDP growth rates of under three percent next year and. Lower in twenty twenty and the ongoing, trade fight also has potential to limit growth Mary Kennedy NPR news Washington Dave before Zimbabwe holds historic elections longtime former, ruler Robert Mugabe gave us a prize press conference at his. Mansion today supporting the opposition and fears ater Peralta has more. Mugabe's sits on a green office chair in Zibo in the middle of his vast estate he's been here since the military forced him to resign in November and he lets it be known. That he will not be voting for Emmerson Mnangagwa who staged. What he, calls a, coup We're That means Mugabe the man who ran the ruling party for almost four decades will be voting for the opposition Mugabe who violently squash dissent, says he now hopes Zimbabwe's will be able to return to quote constitutionality. People he, says should be able to vote freely and fairly in pure news Herati and you're listening to NPR news from, Washington and this is WNYC in New. York I'm Sean. Carlson each of the nearly six thousand apartments in the stare at, city complex lost. Power early this, morning the sprawling complex in east New York has its own power plant workers resolved the issue by late, morning but it would take another several hours for the power to be fully up and running in each building. Barrel Thomas a home health aide couldn't get one of her clients because the elevators were. Down so she sat on a bench outside and waited and my. Client she's oxygen does she can't get anything? On I can't go the. Abaci it's seventeen. Floor Thomas, says emergency, workers Climb the stairs to check on vulnerable residents workers also rescued six people from stalled elevators the battle between New York's public, service commission and charter communications is heating up on Friday the agency said. Charter which, operates in state as spectrum was failing to meet its timetable to expand broadband service into the state's rural areas, in order to the company find another. Provider for its. New York customers within sixty days John Campbell Albany correspondent for the USA today network. Says charter lawsuit, can be expected during that time I do expect for lawsuit to be filed before that so that'll probably, drag it on the short answer is customers are being polled no there won't be any interruption and the state. Says that Charterhouse to continue providing the same amount of service through this new battle charter. Said the spectrum has built out its broadband network to more than. Forty two thousand unserved or under serve home? Since it began its merger. With Time Warner. Cable two, years ago Health officials say the drinking water at the Jacobi medical center in the Bronx has tested positive for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease, a spokesman for New York City health, and hospitals says required testing of the water found quote very low levels. Of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center. Says it's using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say. The risk the patients, staff and visitors is very low in that this New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply for the rest of, this evening we're looking at mostly clear skies here in our area will. Have low about seventy degrees tonight. Tomorrow Monday, Partly sunny through the day the high could. Hit about eighty two sometime in the afternoon and then. Tomorrow night we could see some showers a slight chance of rain but a. Twenty, percent chance of that mostly. Before midnight otherwise mostly cloudy tomorrow night we'll have low about seventy degrees this is WNYC at five or six support for NPR comes from the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms learn more at Ford Foundation Dot org.
Zimbabwe to hold 1st election since nearly 4 decades of rule by Robert Mugabe
"Says he had run an errand to a friend's house, when the car fire was still miles away and on the other side of, the Sacramento river, from his home far gobbled up that. Ground in a matter of minutes some people saw fire NATO's spin hundreds of. Feet in the air and touchdown destroying homes while leaving others on the same street untouched for NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt police, New Orleans asking for, help from the public following last night's shooting they're looking for two suspects that. They say shot indiscriminately into a group. Of people leaving three dead and seven injured New, Orleans, police superintendent Michael Harrison asking anyone with information about, the shooting to contact police no means does anyone think you need to, take matters into their own. Hands the New Orleans police department. And partners are on this we will stay on it until we clear, it until we hold those accountable For near since as one gunman was armed with a. Rifle the other with a handgun Sam Baba's former leader appears to be seeking to influence tomorrow's election Robert Mugabe today broke months of silence since his ouster under military pressure November saying he will not vote for those who've illegally taken, power in apparent reference to his, former deputy president Emmerson Managua tomorrow's election is the first since Mugabe was forced out Turkey's president says his country will. Stand firm against American pressure NPR's Peter Kenyon reports of Washington is threatening sanctions have Turkey. Does not release a US pastor who's facing trial president told a Turkish news channel that the US would be losing a strong, insincere ally, if it, doesn't change its attitude toward Turkey pastor Andrew Brunson was, held in a Turkish prison for the better part of two years before court, ruled he could, be moved to house arrest while his. Trial on terrorism charges continues officials in Washington said that wasn't enough in president Trump, demanded brunson's immediate release or Turkey would face sanctions Turkey is also seeking to buy American F, thirty five fighter jets at transaction congress is trying to prevent in his interview aired on said. Turkey would pursue international arbitration if the sale is blocked Peter Kenyon NPR, news and, you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first emergency crews are at. A New, York City housing development after nearly four dozen buildings in. The complex lost power the f. d. n. wise has crews. Were sent to start city in Brooklyn's east. New York section this morning after all Forty-six buildings lost power WCBS TV reports fifty seven year old woman who was on a respirator when the power went. Out was found dead officials tell the station that, the machine did not rely on building power because it ran on its own batteries they say she. May have died before the power outage there are nearly six thousand apartments in the housing complex which has its own independent power Our plant. Outside the management of con Edison health officials. Say the drinking water at the Jacobi, medical. Center in the Bronx has tested positive, for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease a. Spokesman for New York City health. And hospitals. Says required testing of the water found quote very low levels of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center says it. Is using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say the risk to patients staff and visitors is very low and. That the New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply former mayor Rudy Giuliani says guy Molinari, the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run for mayor was his staunchest ally. And greatest defender Giuliani was among the mourners at Molinari's. Funeral mass yesterday on Stanton island Molinari died on Wednesday at the age of eighty nine Seventy two degrees right, now we'll be seeing mostly sunny skies today with a high in the mid eighties tonight skies remained clear we'll have a. Low around, seventy degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from.
Legionnaires’ cases double in NYC neighborhood
"R the radio home of the mets i heart radio station seventy four degrees and cloudy at four o'clock good morning i'm rod dawson two more cases of legionnaires disease are reported in upper manhattan bringing the total number to sixteen people in the hamilton heights and lower washington heights neighborhoods are getting more concerned and say they're not getting enough information from health officials about the latest cases i think there should be more awareness and more flyers around the whole neighborhood find out about this it's not great seven of the people who are ill are in the hospital all the visuals are investigating cooling towers on the apartment buildings could be feeling legionella bacteria growth another place for sports betting opens up in new jersey and it's the first in close proximity to new york city the mental ends race track in east rutherford officially started taking bets much to the delight of ceo jeff girl i honestly think in a couple of years people will look back and say what took so long there was a sense of urgency to open the fan duel sportsbook just before the world cup final which is today it's the fourth sports betting outlet to open new jersey since the supreme court cleared the way for states to allow gambling w o r sports mets beat the nationals seven four they try to take three or four from the nationals in the series finale this afternoon at cities field mets ondeck starts at twelve five first pitch at one ten right here on wwl are yankees edge the indians five four and now the w o r weather channel forecast overnight cloudy occasional rain showers with an isolated thunderstorm possible then later today scattered thunderstorms in the morning then remaining cloudy during the day high eighty eight tonight partly cloudy low seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny in the morning increasing clouds during the day a stray shower or thunderstorm possible in the afternoon high eighty nine it's seventy four degrees right now the next update at five and breaking news at once up with len berman and michael riedel in the morning tomorrow morning from six to ten i'm rob dawson on seven ten w are an nbc news radio station the following is a paid program w o ours airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the.
17-year-old Clear Lake, Texas, student diagnosed with deadly illness caused by working out too much
"To the family nearly twenty firefighters received some sort of treatment for their injuries eight or transported to the hospital investigators are still looking for a cause the new york city health department says there are now fourteen cases of legionnaires disease from one area of manhattan seven people with the disease are in the hospital this neighbor says he's concerned outside i have the time and you can get sick so it it is scary but there's a lot of the broncos so it's kinda like giving take you gotta take it with the caution on the cluster of legionnaires is centered around the lower washington heights in northern hamilton heights neighborhoods all the visuals suspect cooling towers on the apartment buildings could be fueling legionella bacteria growth there's growing concern on capitol hill about the upcoming summit between president trump and russian president vladimir putin after a dozen russian intelligence officers were indicted the new indictment charges russian intelligence officers with engaging in widespread hacking targeting the clinton campaign and the democratic national committee the allegedly started as early as much two thousand sixteen eight months before the election targeting at least three hundred people correspondent pierre thomas and some lawmakers are saying the summit shouldn't go on like new york congressman jerrold nadler who is on the house judiciary committee you know know the russian military intelligence is hacking the democratic national committee democratic congressional campaign committee was trying to throw the election trump and even republican senator john mccain says that the president is willing to question putin about the interference in elections than the senate should be cancelled the president while in the uk says he would talk with putin about it nypd cops are searching for a woman who set her roommate on fire inside a homeless shelter in long island city on wednesday night police say the fight between the two roommates ended with one of them setting the other on fire using nail polish remover to ignite the mini blaze the victim was rushed to the cornell burn unit at new york presbyterian hospital in critical condition police have made no arrests and the city's buildings spiderman is issued a stop work order at the high rise construction site in manhattan where a piece of scaffolding fell and killed a man came loose on thursday and fell twelve stories killing twenty eight year old construction work your construction worker angel espinosa from staten.
Vigil for Idaho stabbing victims after birthday girl, 3, dies from her wounds
"The news quickly reached the families of these boys between eleven and sixteen years old rescuers had reached a part of the cave system called pattaya beach where the group was believed to have taken refuge after being stranded by sutton and continuous downpours but rescuers found the area flooded so tiny seal diverse continued another several hundred yards where they located the team they're trying to figure out a way to get that youth soccer team out of their seven people still in the hospital most of them children after a man stabbed nine at a birthday party for kids in boise idaho over the weekend now a three year old girl has died there was a big crowd gathered for a vigil last night thirty year old timmy kiner has been charged with first degree murder and eight counts of aggravated battery during his first quarter appearance he told the judge he didn't understand the charges against him understand none of these prosecutors in idaho have not determined whether they'll seek the death penalty of the nine victims who were stabbed at the birthday party in boise on saturday a three year old girl died from her injuries one child was released from the hospital and seven others are still hospitalized i'm andrew spencer pressures growing on the trump administration to reunite the migrant children and their parents in the country illegally separated by us immigration while some families have been reunited correspondent miguel marquez has a follow up on this from mcallen texas the trump administration has stopped reporting the number of families reunited the administration last week reported two thousand forty seven children were separated from their parents but it's not clear if that number includes families separated as part of me near year long test program before zero tolerance was announced along the borders el paso sector to employees of a contracting firm working at wayne state of contracted legionnaire's disease they were working on the new anthony wayne drive apartments across the street from a building on the university that had tested positive for the legionella bacteria two major sears stores closing around here sears announcing.
Wayne State contractors diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease
"The great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit seven sixty wjr news are meadowland rim wbz news time seven o'clock currently eighty eight degrees to construction contractors at work at a new apartment building on the wayne state university campus have been confirmed as having legionnaires disease the two minutes affected are directly across the street from a building that has a cooling tower suspected to be the source of the bacteria michael right is with wings state we have shut that down for the foreseeable future until we get to go to you troy health department to put it back on we're we've tested now several times we remediated remediated at once we retested it but it showed signs of legionella again so we think that that's the problem and we're going to actually bring in an alternative cooling system until we get that thing absolutely fixed a hundred percent sure they say the legionella bacteria is carried through the air by water vapor students and faculty living and working in the building with the contaminated cooling tower have been moved the white house is trumpeting the actions of federal law enforcement officials who arrested cleveland man who was plotting a terrorist attack in that city on the fourth of july white house press secretary sarah sanders says it was a great job of police work this morning the department of justice and the federal bureau of investigations joint terrorism task force announced the arrest of an ohio man for providing material support to al qaeda on sunday the suspect explained to an undercut undercover fbi agent that he was planning to conduct an attack in cleveland on independence day in a future terrorist attack.
Sarah Sanders to get temporary Secret Service protection at home
"Untreated for the respiratory illness and three others have similar symptoms the via shutting down all water fountains at its outpatient clinic to do era legionella bacteria testing all columbus public health looks for possible links a federal judge is ordering the government to reunite micro children and parents who were separated at the porter tuesday's ruling officially halts the zero tolerance family separation policy after the trump administration began a no tolerance policy in early may some twenty three hundred migrant children were separated from their families president trump issued an executive order on june the twentieth to stop the separation but some two thousand children have yet to be reunited with their parents matt cook reporting brian shook tells us the secret service will start protecting white house press secretary sarah sanders at our home this week the protection is expected to be temporary but it's unclear how long it will last it comes as administration officials are facing backlash in public over the government's policies over the weekend sanders was asked to leave of virginia restaurant because of her position in the trump administration days before that homeland security secretary christian nielsen was jeered while she ate at a mexican restaurant brian shook nbc news radio you'll notice construction getting underway.