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05:47 min | Last week

"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

"R V a time you know to the doors of him, right? Go elementary schools are back open. Today is kindergarten through second graders Get back to you in person learning. Each student will have a protective barrier and schools are stocked up on disinfecting supplies, and Rico will slowly phase in more grade levels to in person learning each Monday through March, 8th Chesterfield middle and high school students go back March 9th Democrats and Republicans in Washington. Both say they want schools to be open for an odds on how to do it. That story mark from a large White House press secretary Jen Psaki on ABC this week, says schools need money to improve facilities, hire teachers and create smaller class sizes to reopen safely. What the president said at the time we need is funding. That's why he's proposed $130 billion in the American rescue plan. Republicans such as Congressman Steve Scalise, though, say schools can and should reopen now, do they really want to pass a bill that's going to do Lay reopening schools, even Maura, our kids can't wait. They need to be in the classroom today. Marco Malard. ABC NEWS Virginia Corona Virus Vaccine coordinator, Dr Dani Eval is offered a little more of a timeline for when the vaccine process may open up to a majority of people would get end of April is when we will have enough supplies to be able to shift too. More open pods, and then we will on do you know between now and then we'll build out the functionality to be able to go on the website where called the call center and schedule an appointment. So far, the shows have been limited to teachers, the elderly and public safety workers as well as some other vulnerable populations. Extreme winter weather across the country over the last week is delayed the delivery of about six million doses of the current virus vaccine. At the same time, the U. S. Is on the verge of a supply breakthrough is manufacturing ramps up and with the expectation of a third vaccine becoming available in the coming weeks. The nation's top diplomat says the U. S. Now leading the response to the virus worldwide more from Lionel Louise. Secretary of state Antony Blinken says America is taking the lead. The United States has provided more than $140 billion Global health assistance. Now the single largest contributor to the international response to cope in 19, the video posted on the State Department's Twitter highlighting medical and financial contributions to the World Health Organization by the end of the month. United States intends to pay over 200 million in assessed and current obligations to the W. H O former President Trump cut off payments to the organization last fall Line of Buoys, ABC News and the House of Delegates is said to consider changes to the set the Senate made to a bill that aims to reduce carbon pollution, in part by getting some zero emissions vehicles on the road. Measure would require that starting in 2024, a certain percentage of new passenger vehicles sold by manufacturers be electric or hybrid electric. The house must approve those changes, but before it goes to Governor Northam The next news. A 30 news on demand news radio WR via dot com I'm Gary Hess News Radio WR via thank You very appreciated 85 on this Monday morning. It's the 22nd Day of February. 2021 of John Reed and glad you are with us here. On his radio Whv. I just finished talking to Pete Snyder, who is the businessman who is kind of jumping into the middle of this race for governor trying to get the Republican nomination and we're down to the last 24 36 hours for Republicans to figure out how they're going to pick their nominee. If you miss one of these interviews, you can always go back at WR via calm and listen to them. And I suspect that Ah lot of people will be interested in what Pete had to say about the nominating process, and we'll probably talk to one of his main competitors. Amanda Chase in the next day or two, because you know her lawsuit, try toe. Forced the Republican Party to make some decisions that would Preclude a real crisis with just the state's central Committee, the 72 members of the governing body of the Republican Party that was dismissed on Friday. Currently she doesn't have standing. We'll have to get a lawyer on the standing issue. Does it keep popping up? Really pretty quickly and I don't understand how I'm not an attorney. I'm not stupid, but I don't. I don't understand how someone who is a declared candidate is able to Um Is not able to bring a lawsuit when it impacts their campaign and they're a part of the Republican Party. That seems odd to me. Um, I could understand the judge saying, Hey, I'm not getting in the middle of it. This is not my purview. But to say that she didn't have standing is surprising to me. Maybe there's something I don't understand. Maybe there's a a nuance in the law that I'm not familiar with. That just escapes me. But that seems odd to me and I keep hearing No standing excuse, and that's problematic. I think maybe you know, maybe I needed education on it. But But perhaps you were surprised to its 807 on this Monday morning. Let's get right to state senator and Dr Shiban Donovan, who has joined us every Monday morning since the pandemic started. Where do you think we are? When you look at the numbers with Nationally. I guess we crossed the 500,000. Number of deaths today and, you know, I didn't blame Donald Trump for that. I don't blame Joe Biden for it, but I imagine there's a big difference in the way the two men will be. Dealt with with this significant number, do you? But do you think that's an accurate number in the first place? Um, I think that we're gonna learn a lot of we go forward about these numbers. Because when we look at death for other reasons, if you were to imagine there's a curve every year of how many people in age groups to die And year over year..

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"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

"Her hand fell through the metal mesh cage, and in an instant, she says, a tiger named your pounced grabbing my hands. He had pulled my Orman to his mouth. And went up to my elbow, I suppose, and just worked his way up until you go all the way to my shoulder. Stephen screaming for help, hoping someone would hear her fiance and a sanctuary worker rushed in distracting the tiger. Can you hear me, honey? Okay. This body cam footage capturing the moment Responding officers arrived on scene Stevens lying on the ground. Her co workers using attorney get to try to stop the bleeding while the team says she tripped, changing the Tigers water The sanctuary's founder, implying in a body camera interview that she suspects Stevens may have been petting the cat can't write. Can't I'm not saying Hey, He's friendly. But Stephens denies that. What's troubling to us is Tiger Haven is painting it as if summer caused these injuries herself by trying to pit one of these tiger that Tiger Yours is one of more than 260 Big cats at the sanctuary, the documentary the Hidden Tiger, showing the variety of animals that call Tiger Haven home. Despite living on the premises, Stevens did not anticipate the dangers of the job. I mean, I definitely never expected anything like this to happen Summer Stevens is recovering after five surgeries, she says she's grateful All those who helped her and that she will remember this moment well forever. That's a B C's Will Reeve 911 calls have been released from the deadly FBI shooting in Sunrise, Florida earlier this month. NBC's Lionel Louise. Reports from Miami Gun track out there. 22 minutes of audio released just happened with the last three In four minutes. You got a SWAT team over here, showing the teller heard by neighbors as suspect, David Lee Huber opened fire is agents tried to execute a warrant for suspected child pornography. Eight rounds, maybe 12 rounds. Here, my son. We are gut in FBI Special agents Daniel Alphen and Laura Schwarzenberger were killed. Lina Moyes, ABC News Come on news time to 28 Over the years you've brought them into your home. You were prescribed opioids.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:16 min | Last month

"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

"The latest from Andrew Dember. The president has promised 100 million doses of vaccines in 100 days over the past week. The country is averaging about 1.1 million doses per day. Biden using his executive authority to ramp up production and distribution efforts. This is a war time undertaking directing FEMA to establish AH 100 federal vaccination sites across the country in the next month and employing the defense production Act toe order. Private companies to manufacture specialize syringes to get more vaccine doses out of vials. Andrew Dember ABC NEWS Washington The Richmond Health District is offering some explanation on what senior should be doing to get their coronavirus vaccinations. District, Ruth Morrison saying. In some cases, people will be getting the vaccine for their own doctor. A lot of our senior could actually be vaccinated by a provider that they trust someone that they've been seeing for months or years. In some cases back in supply, being limited limits our opportunity to do that. The district is asking people to fill out the interest form on their website, which will help them gauge exactly what the need is. Meanwhile, the state vaccine coordinator says the state Health Department is changing how it allocates doses due to the shortage. He says it could take 2 to 3 months to get everyone in Phase one and Phase B. Supplied if the if supply does not increase its impeachment showdown on Capitol Hill today, with Democrats pushing to prevent the president President Trump former president Trump Remember running for office again. Alex Boucher has more. The former president is already charged with incitement of insurrection after he urged his supporters to march to the capital before the deadly riot on January. 6 later today, the House since that article of impeachment to the Senate, where Democrats will need at least 17 Republicans to vote to convict Trump GOP leader Mitch McConnell, not saying how he'll vote Offenses going up this morning around the Robert E. Lee statue on Monument Avenue. The Department of General Services tweeted this morning that the fence was part of preparations for the statue to be removed, but it would not be taken down today. The statue sits on state property, and the governor ordered it removed, but that's been on hold held up by legal challenges. Wasn't buying today will sign a buy American executive order. Lionel Louise has more. The former president is already charged with incitement of insurrection after he urged his supporters to march to the capital, But the former president is already charged with him. It was a long time campaign promise to increase the amount of federal spending two American companies and President Biden is fulfilling it. The buy American executive order will close loopholes and cut down on waivers for buying foreign products. The measure orders an increase in domestic content and will read it. Find what counts is domestic, also the creation of a new website for companies to see those government contracts so they can bid competitively for business line on Boys, ABC News Any Virginia police officer charged in the storming of the Capitol in Washington early this month, says he and a fellow officer who accompanied him are being fired from their jobs. The Roanoke Times reports that Rocky Mount Police, Sergeant T. J. Robertson received a letter from the city, citing conduct unbecoming an officer is the reason for his firing. Letter states. He'll be terminated Tuesday. Your next news. Nine o'clock news on demand news radio WR via dot com I'm Gary has news radio WR via Yeah. Just don't miss.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

"31 on Jeff Pooja Linda, Come on 24 hour news Center. Here's what we're following Negative reaction following Social media posts by Seattle police union leader Mike Solan regarding SPD involvement in the Washington D. C riots this week. He inferred that black lives matter was responsible for the rise uprising and sacking of the capital. Be clear the black lives matter Movement had nothing to do with it. Washington Fraternal Order of Police criticized Solan for allowing personal bias to influence his perception of events and behavior. They say it's severely compromised their ability to fulfill the duty to protect and serve. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said Solan statements do not reflect the values of the city and former police chief Carmen Best. Has asked him to resign. Pair of Seattle police officers are on administrative leave after chief Adrian DEA says they're under investigation because they may have participated in the D. C riots. Como's Michelle Esteban has more chief DEA says the Office of Police. Accountability is right now investigating this case. In a statement, the chief says this quote SPD supports lawful expressions of First Amendment rights, but the violent mob and events that unfolded at the U. S Capitol Unlawful and resulted in the death of another police officer. He has also says if any SPD officers were directly involved in the insurrection of the capital, they will be immediately fired. Two officers activities are now under investigation by the Office of Police Accountability. A new poll shows what Americans are thinking after Wednesday's violence of the capital. The majority of people believe president in Trump should be removed from office before January. 20th. That's according to an ABC News if says poll, which shows a partisan divide among the 56% of people who feel that way on Lee 13% identifies Republicans compared to 94% of Democrats. 58% of independents say the president should not serve out his term. Two thirds of all respondents put the blame for the violence of the capital. On President Trump About half say he bears a great deal of the responsibility. Brian Clark ABC News following Wednesday's deadly riots. Another tech company is taking action that part of the story from ABC is Lionel Louise. What concerns over more riots in DC ahead of Inauguration Day Apple has now suspended parlor from its APP store. Parlor bills itself as a free speech platform. It's become very popular among Trump supporters in a statement, Apple says, in part, we have always supported diverse points of view being represented on the APP store. But there is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity. Parlor has not taken adequate measures to address the proliferation. Of these threats to people safety that APP was also banned from Google Play the day before. Lionel Moyes ABC News, someone whose time 7 34. Let's get a chance to check of traffic from the juvenile law Group Traffic Center. Overall continues to be a pretty late drive on area roadways in the greater Puget Sound area that we do have a middle cool emergency being reported eastbound 16 of Burnham Drive over in Gig Harbor. Taking up the on Aram from burning drives. Definitely use caution. There. He's bound 5, 12 still deal with Crash and Portland Avenue, taking up the left lane earlier crash north down, four or five of the ramp to 167 has been cleared. Curtis Calhoun come.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:34 min | 2 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

"Master news radio WR via Tom 10 to 1. It was just before 4 A.m. this morning that Congress officially certified Joe Biden is the winner of the presidential election. After a day of chaos, with supporters of the president storming the Capitol and objections from some Republican lawmakers. Members of Congress and a joint session gave final approval and Vice President Mike Pence read the final results for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Of the state of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump of the State of Florida has received 232 votes just after the work in Congress was done. President Trump issued a statement on Twitter through his social media director, saying there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. His own Twitter account was suspended for post during Wednesday's violence. As Congress reconvened Last night after the capital was secured, some Republicans decided to drop their objections to the vote totals in certain states. Also, lawmakers from both parties reacted to the violence, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Violence. Destruction. Chaos we saw earlier was unacceptable. Undemocratic and UN American Was the saddest day. I've ever had is serving as a member of this institution. Many blame the president for one happened and reportedly, some in the Cabinet are considering invoking the 25th amendment officials are asking for the public's help after the capital was breached to see details from Lionel Louise. The FBI is looking for information about individuals who may have been involved in the deadly violent activity of the U. S capitol, the bullets and asking anyone in the public who witnessed rioting and violence. It's a bit information, photos or videos at FBI dot gov slash U S capitol, adding its goal is to preserve the public's constitutional right to protest by protecting everyone from violence and other criminal activity. You can still call or send in tips with information even if you don't have photos or video line on Boys. ABC News lawmakers are vowing an investigation how police handled yesterday's breach. Authorities say four people died. A woman was shot by police inside the Capitol and three others suffered medical emergencies. Also, police officer 14 police officers were injured so far just over 50 have been arrested. State capital is back open this morning after being shut down during Wednesday's events in D. C Matt deadline has more. The state Department of General Services tweeting out that Capitol Square has reopened it with a limited gate access is what they're terming it. They're asking people to use the gates at ninth and bank or those located near the Washington Building or the Patrick Henry building. Those would both be on the side of the Capitol Square closer to 14th Street. State capital was closed yesterday as the insurrection at the U. S. Capitol happened. There were gates and barriers put up at entrances late in the evening Met M Y News radio WR state senator and candidate for governor Amanda Chase was in D. C Wednesday but left before supporters of the president stormed the capital. In a Facebook post late last night, though, she said they were not rioters and looters. The Patriots who love their country and do not want to see our great republic turn into a socialist country, Virginia's coronavirus numbers they're still moving in the wrong direction. Today's report from the State Health Department said almost 5400 new cases for the second straight day, plus the positivity rate continues to be over 16%. Taking your money Stocks up early in the train day The Dow had won 15 the NASDAQ UP. Buck 96 Your next news at 10 30 News on demand news RADIO WR Via I'm Gary s on Richmond's news, weather and traffic station news radio. W RVs He never get Democrats Republicans.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:07 min | 2 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

"News radio WR via Tommy. No, too. It was just before 4 A.m. this morning that Congress officially certified Joe Biden is the winner of the presidential election. After a day of chaos, with supporters of the president storming the Capitol and objections from some Republican lawmakers. Members of Congress in a joint session gave final approval and Vice President Mike Pence read the final results. It's for president of the United States are as follows. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Of the state of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump of the state of Florida. Has received 232 votes just after the work in Congress was done. President Trump issued a statement on Twitter through his social media director, saying there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. His own Twitter account was suspended for post during Wednesday's violence. Officials are asking for the public's help after the capital was breached Tuesday. Lionel Louise has those details. The FBI is looking for information about individuals who may have been involved in the deadly violent activity of the U. S. Capitol, the bulletin asking anyone in the public who witnessed rioting and violence. It's a bit information, photos or videos at FBI dot gov slash U S capitol, adding its goal is to preserve the public's constitutional right to protest by protecting everyone from violence and other criminal activity. You can still call or send in tips with information even if you don't have photos or video Lionel Boys, ABC News lawmakers are vowing an investigation to how police handled Winston's breach. Authorities say four people died. A woman was shot by police inside the Capitol and three others suffered medical emergencies related to the breach. Also, 14 police officers were injured so far just over 50 have been arrested. DC's mayor announced the 6 P.m. curfew last night in the National Guard was deployed, Governor Northam said members of Virginia's National Guard in 200 state troopers to help out he also enacted a 6 p.m. curfew last night in Arlington and Alexandria. As Congress reconvened Last night after the capital was secured, some Republicans decided to drop their objections to the vote totals in certain states. Also, lawmakers from both parties reacted to the violence, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Violence. Destruction. Chaos we saw earlier was unacceptable. Undemocratic and in America. Was the saddest day. I've ever had is serving as a member of this institution and state senator and candidate for governor. Amanda Chase was in D. C Wednesday but left before supporters of the president stormed the capital in a Facebook post late last night, though, she said they were not rioters and looters but Patriots who love their country and do not want to see our great republic turn into a socialist country. The next news 8 30 News on demand news radio WR via dot com I'm Gary Hessen, Richmond's news, weather and traffic station News radio WR via thank You very appreciated Saito. Five on this Thursday morning is the seventh day January 2021. And I'm John Reed. Very glad you're with us here on his radio. W R V M Some bee In hindsight, I'm glad I wasn't in Washington yesterday. I'm getting I had called around. I think I mentioned to you. My original intention was to do the show. From D. C, but it just seemed to be going south. Not so much because of the Trump supporters. I've been to a lot of events for Trump supporters, and it's generally a fine Event kind of a joyful event. For my observation. The press turns it into something ugly, but I kept getting word that Muriel Bowser, you know, the mayor of D. C, who sent home the National Guard When Black lives matter and anti evil. We're burning ST John's Church and Trashing the downtown area and, uh, bashing all the windows of federal buildings near the White House trying to climb over the fence to get into the White House. She sent the National Guard home. This summer. As you may recall when that was going on. Everybody blamed it on Trump. Um, but the mayor of D. C just basically allowed her city to be burned. I think for political reasons she liked having those pictures thought that they were useful politically. And I just decided I I am not going to spend the money to go get a hotel room in D. C and I don't wanna be a part of A very unstable situation. And then you saw how things transpired yesterday. So where does that leave Republicans? Trump supporters who love their country and our distress that they feel like the election has been stolen. Where what what do you suppose to do now? John McLaughlin has a long time pollster in Virginia and nationally, he did a lot of the polls for the Trump. Operation this year and he is with us this morning is the CEO of McLaughlin and Associates. And my experience with you is you kind of tell it is You don't necessarily tell people what they want to hear about what they need to hear. What are your thoughts this morning, John. Well, I think you know when you lose, you learned something valuable and I used to work for in the eighties, one of President Reagan's pollsters Arthur Finkelstein. And we used that he's used to bring candidate to him that it never lost the race for Mayor Council or whatever, and they want to run for Congress and they say, never lost the race, he said. That's terrible. They say Why? Because You haven't You don't know what you're doing wrong. And you and, uh, when you lose like Ronald Reagan did he ran for president three times like Richard Nixon? Did he lost that race in 1960 You learn from losing. And in 2016 of those president Trump's first campaign. Um, we were able to beat the Democrats at their own game because they have beat us precisely because they had done things like when I worked for Eric Cantor. David plus the Obama people. They sent Democrat primary voters entire primary to beat us. On. They use social media to do it. So when I was working for B B, Netanyahu and 2015 in Israel were able to jam them up with our own social media, Facebook etcetera and beat their Super Pac Jeremy Bird, who was a bottle for America was trying to be B. B. And in the following year, we did the same thing with Trump their part with the Republicans. They never changed the game plan. They've been doing the same thing since 2012. And in the meantime, John Solomon wrote a great piece paper just the news and we've talked quite a bit up during the year where the Democrats did three things. A basically learned from losing in 2016. And the first thing they did was they changed the rules, so their mail in ballot game could be the Republican ground game. We saw a taste of it in the midterms in 2018. When we lost the house that they crossed us. With that, because you know, the Republican ground team didn't work. Democrats get out more votes and now what they do with the pandemic. David Plus, who was Obama's campaign manager, works for Mark Zucker Burg..

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"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

"Has changed cities across the country in New York Broadway shows her stalled until may of next year. But as the expression goes, the show must go on. NBC's Lionel Louise tells us how one group has found a way to do that. Broadway is alive in New York City through the sounds of one of the most iconic performers. Prince this show is It's really like elaborate concert series. Aaron Marcellus plays lead in purple Rain. It's part of the new Broadway at the Drive in Syriza Radio Park in a story of Queens to see the movie played on then, when the songs come where they're like Thanks. So then costumes and everything. See, you know, you can kind of put yourself into the film cast on stage with Aaron some of the entertainment industry's finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place.

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'Purple Rain' continues Broadway at the drive-in run in New York City

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:27 min | 3 months ago

'Purple Rain' continues Broadway at the drive-in run in New York City

"Has changed cities across the country in New York Broadway shows her stalled until may of next year. But as the expression goes, the show must go on. NBC's Lionel Louise tells us how one group has found a way to do that. Broadway is alive in New York City through the sounds of one of the most iconic performers. Prince this show is It's really like elaborate concert series. Aaron Marcellus plays lead in purple Rain. It's part of the new Broadway at the Drive in Syriza Radio Park in a story of Queens to see the movie played on then, when the songs come where they're like Thanks. So then costumes and everything. See, you know, you can kind of put yourself into the film cast on stage with Aaron some of the entertainment industry's finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on WRVA

"Battle in several states over mail in ballots in the election results, Senator Lindsey Graham told Fox News Sunday. The process has huge ramifications. There's a lot of shenanigans going on here. If our president Trump I would take all this to court. I'd fight back and from a Republican point of view, Melon balloting is a nightmare for us. The post office is now the new election Center. It's the Wild Wild west. When it comes to melon balloting. Everything we worried about has come true. So if we don't fight back in 2020, we're never gonna win again. Presidential E. The president vows to uphold the integrity of the American election process and his fighting in several states. Alex Stone reports that includes Arizona. One of the lawsuits, the Trump campaign. His filed is here in Maricopa County. And while in some places they've argued to stop the counting here, they're arguing to count Mohr. They say election work. He's in Arizona incorrectly rejected some problem ballots while feeding them into machines and that some of those could have been trump votes. Biden is ahead in the vote count here, and Trump winning Arizona would not secure him the presidency. Joe Biden is working on transition after news outlets called the race for him Saturday. Today, they'll announces Corona Virus Task force looks like Abigail Spam Burger will keep her seat in Congress. The Associated Press Sunday finally called the seventh District race in her favour. Remember, was in a tight battle with Nick Freight ist, but her lead has grown to about 8000 votes. Greatness has not conceded the race. Chesterfield Elementary Students are back in class two days a week, and this week middle and high school is a following suit, half her in school today and tomorrow, the other half Thursday and Friday with virtual learning the other three days, a group of teachers have protests of the move, saying school should remain all virtual. Schools in South Florida are closed today because of tropical storm Ada. Lionel Louise has more from Miami. Certainly feeling and seeing the effects of Ada down here in the situation has continuously deteriorated. Heavy rain and strong winds. Flash flood warnings in place and now school officials in Broward and Miami Dade counties announcing classes are cancelled altogether Monday. Broward initially planned to do remote learning but decided to close due to the threat of power outages. Evacuation centers in South Florida Also open now. Lionel BOYS, ABC NEWS Miami, Fizer announced this morning that an early peek in its vaccine data suggest the shots maybe 90% effective at preventing the Corona virus. Indicating the company's on track later this month. The file an emergency use application with regulators, The announcement doesn't mean a vaccine is imminent, but appears to be an indicator of progress in the process and Virginia's current of ours. Numbers continue to go up, but nowhere near as much as some other states. The percentage of positive test in the ST rose to.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be a completely uneventful election, and we're all hoping it is, But I mean up, and so we spent a lot of time preparing for things that may not happen. But if they did would be really bad, And so that's what you're seeing here. The FBI says in a statement that it is committed to protecting the public's right to a fair and safe election by securing it. At the federal courthouse in South Boston. Mike Macklin W busy. Boston's News radio, the top federal prosecutor for Massachusetts, announces a new task force designed to help state and local law enforcement officials investigate and prosecute civil rights violations. U. S Attorney Andrew Leveling, says the task force Will bring law enforcement officials from different agencies together to better identify and fight threats. He says. The task force will also provide local police departments with training and support on civil rights issues. From terra firma to weigh up there, where a low tech solution has resolved a big problem. For months, astronauts have been trying to figure out how to handle a leak on the international space station. It turns out all they needed was something most of us have in our pantries, ceiling compartments and tons of high tech equipment could not detect the leak. But on planet Earth, a bright idea to send up a bag of loose tea leaves to space and it worked. The leaves were sucked by the escaping air to a crack in a window. Now, the next step Is repairing it. No word on whether they saved any of the tea for a hot cup after all their hard work. Lionel Louise ABC News a check on business now with Bloomberg. Stocks took a late stumble on Wall Street are racing an earlier gain and leaving major indexes mixed. On Friday, the Dow had been up a cz Muchas 348 points but finished up just 112 at 28,006 06, the S and P. 500 closed up a fraction of a point but still managed to post a modest gain for the week. NASDAQ was off about a third of a percent today, investors had new September retail sales numbers to go on. The nearly 2% increase was almost three times the growth in August. And the fastest growth since June. Putnam Doyle, a senior retail analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence, says the holiday shopping season will be much more of a digital exercise than usual stories. They're not opening on Thanksgiving Day there will be limited or traffic on black Friday. Given capacity constraints. The volume is really going to be dependent on large Europe's aviation regulator tells Bloomberg that he thinks the 7 37 Max is safe enough after Boeing's fixes, and he expects the aircraft would be flying over Europe again by the end of the year. Mark Mills. Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio coming up at 11 45. Winter's coming, but it might not be as harsh as usual balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. You guys, your customer service, everything. You guys were great on the commercials. Talk about it, but I don't know if it really gives it true justice people need to know. This is maybe the most amazing product I've ever tried so pure. It tastes so good. I just blown away by it. Balance of nature is now offering 35% off on any new preferred order. Go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code fruits. Let's be real mopping is a hassle. We have to fill the bucket using a wet, heavy mob around been cleaning them up when you're done so it doesn't grow bacteria hassle on top of a hassle. Tryst with her wedge with Swiffer wet jet..

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"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 6 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

"And Marina is trafficking. Well, we do have a collision way up north. It's in the Ferndale area except number 2 62 on north and I five at Main Street. The left lane is blocked by that collision in smoky Point Eastbound highway, 5 31. It's smoky Point Boulevard. We do have a collision reported there in Kent Redway closed of one 92nd both directions between 116th Avenue southeast and highway 5 15 because of an earlier collision that resulted in a power pole getting hit, so they've been dealing with that today is like a traffic is brought to you by all state. If you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance, save money with paper mile insurance from all state. Our local Allstate agent and get a quote your next coma traffic at one 34th and your forecast sunshine today tomorrow and really the rest of the week. Look for highs in the mid seventies each day. The news time 1 25. Dozens of cases of Copan 19 have been linked to a motorcycle rally in South Dakota. NBC's Lionel Louise has Mawr after a massive motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. The Department of Health says 40 people have tested positive for covert 19 and more cases are expected. The 10 Day event was the biggest public gathering in the country since the pandemic started with hundreds of thousands of bikers. Three cases are from out of state. But health officials say they are only aware because of contact with South Dakota residents. Someone who attended and got the virus but had no close contact with someone in South Dakota would be considered a case in their home State line. Oh Moise. ABC NEWS European nations are working to find a Corona virus cure. Lee starts its first clinical trial.

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"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on KOMO

"Absolutely beautiful sunshine highs in the mid seventies today, overnight lows in the mid fifties. Expect the sunshine in Rather mild temperatures to continue over the next several days, even on into the weekend, Come on news time. 12 25, Florida's largest teachers union, can claim a legal victory over the states. We get more from ABC is Matt Gutman, that back to school battle I've chosen. My students were so many difficult things. But I can't put my family at risk now being fought in a new arena courtroom's a Florida judge siding with teachers demanding the right to work remotely during the pandemic without the threat of losing state funding. But now the state expected to appeal and as the fight rages on teachers or preparing for all options photos from a classroom south of Jacksonville, showing those shields turning desks in tow plexiglass cubicles. And one teacher outside Orlando, welcoming back her second graders Monday to a classroom filled with PVC pipe and shower curtains and his cases climb on college campuses. TUSCALOOSA, Alabama, Shutting down bars until September, 8th After the images of packed bars with barely a mask in sight, made headlines at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. They're closing in on 450 cases. Julie Randall, who's a junior and seven of the roommates have all tested positive. We really tried to adhere to the standards that Notre Dame set. Yeah, there's eight of us and who knows where one of us got it. Classmate Harley Larson is now living in Notre Dame's quarantine unit. One night I started having a little bit, which I cough. The next morning, I had a fever had chest pains this as researchers now one of the possibility of getting Cove it twice. Hongkong reporting the first documented case of reinfection, citing a patient who got sick back in March, then got re infected by a different strain in August and was asymptomatic. That's what he likely shows that cobalt behaves more like it's genetic cousin. The common cold, which you can get multiple times in a season and something like the chicken parts, which most people typically get only once in a lifetime. NBC's Matt Gutman reporting 2000 pilots of a major airline could be out of work on October 1st. ABC is Lionel Louise reports Delta Airlines plans to furlough close to 2000 pilots following the expiration of relief from the cares act. This. As airlines nationwide have warned at least 75,000 employees, their jobs are at risk. Delta says the cuts will happen. October 1st unless the perils support program is extended, or deal is reached with the union 1500 pilots had already taken buyouts are often for early retirement. Lionel Moise ABC NEWS Most of General Motors, salaried workers in the U. S, may be staying home until at least the end of the year. G. M's president of North America, says an internal memo memo. The auto Maykel Automaker will consider reopening offices for some salary workers on October 1st but on ly if it's safe and necessary, the memo reads. In part access will be granted in a cadence to Manor and will be limited to Tuesday through Thursday in the beginning later expanded to the full workweek. Come on news time. 12 20 Now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance ready. Go. Oh, hi. Um okay. Guess we should talk about something kind of have to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not talking about.

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Atlanta based Delta Announces Plans To Furlough Nearly 2,000 Pilots By October

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Atlanta based Delta Announces Plans To Furlough Nearly 2,000 Pilots By October

"Pilots of a major airline could be out of work on October 1st. ABC is Lionel Louise reports Delta Airlines plans to furlough close to 2000 pilots following the expiration of relief from the cares act. This. As airlines nationwide have warned at least 75,000 employees, their jobs are at risk. Delta says the cuts will happen. October 1st unless the perils support program is extended, or deal is reached with the union 1500 pilots had already taken buyouts are often for early retirement. Lionel Moise ABC NEWS

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"lionel louise" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"lionel louise" Discussed on WGN Radio

"With dealing with frustration. Way. Also deal with the grief process. Way just hunches deal. She's Floyd's aunt, Angela Harold Sinn, speaking outside the courthouse after that hearing. Lloyd's death was captured on cell phone video and then went viral. It's led the weeks of both peaceful and violent protests, the Department of Justice is pushing back against those who engage in destructive rioting. This today from White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany anarchy and our streets is unacceptable and anger is not enough. You have a president committed to action. More than 100 people have so far been charged in federal court. It was a house hearing today in Washington into the police operation against what appeared to be mostly peaceful protestors across from the White House back on June 1st police clearing out Lafayette Park so President Trump could walk to nearby ST John's Church. Representive Raul Grijalva, Democrat for Arizona and chair of the House Natural Resources Committee. Peaceful protesters church impress. All fell victim to this administration's violent and senseless operation. 15 months after Chicago based Boeing's entire fleet of 7 37 max commercial airliners were grounded. We're now seeing The beginnings of the first round of test flights with the Federal Aviation Administration. ABC is Lionel Louise has more. All 7 37 Max planes were grounded after Lion Air Flight 6 10 crashed October of 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed March of last year. Minutes after take off both crashes, killing everyone on board. Investigators linked both crashes to the plane's flight control. Software certification flights are expected to take three days. The first plane departed this morning from Boeing Field in Seattle to grant County International Airport and back On Wednesday. The minimum wage goes up in Chicago and across Illinois, to a lesser extent, goes up to $14 an hour in Chicago goes up to 11 per hour across the rest of the state. In fact, several new laws go into effect this week. The gas tax goes up by seven cents..

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