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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting prosecutors in St Louis will not pursue the case against marchers were confronted by a gun toting couple in there Tony neighborhood it was June 28 marchers were on their way to the home of St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents market Patricia McCloskey the demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter March 9 people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted according to the St Louis post dispatch the McCloskey's were recorded on video and photographed armed with an A. R. 15 rifles and semi automatic handgun were charged with unlawful use of a weapon a felony the couple became national figures for conservative Republicans and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention hi Mike Rossio

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9 charged after McCloskey confrontation won't be prosecuted

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

9 charged after McCloskey confrontation won't be prosecuted

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting prosecutors in St Louis will not pursue the case against marchers were confronted by a gun toting couple in there Tony neighborhood it was June twenty eighth marchers were on their way to the home of St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson when they were confronted by gun wielding residents market Patricia McCloskey the demonstrators were taking part in the black lives matter March nine people were charged with misdemeanor trespassing but now authorities say they won't be prosecuted according to the St Louis post dispatch the McCloskey's were recorded on video and photographed armed with an A. R. fifteen rifles and semi automatic handgun were charged with unlawful use of a weapon a felony the couple became national figures for conservative Republicans and they gave an opening night speech at last month's Republican National Convention hi Mike Rossio

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Russian conditions equal housing lender listens office states analysts number thirty three dot com more than ever you need information what you need sixty AM the answer San Francisco and radio dot com a service of Salem media group news this hour from town hall dot com hi Richard Thomason corralling the coronavirus proving to be a huge challenge cases spiking in more than two dozen states from being seventeen states hit the pause button on their re opening plants in Florida governor Ron de Santis says that young people have been driving the increase in his state so he doesn't have a problem with the ban on alcohol consumption in bars you can't control those I mean like I said they're younger people I mean they're going to do what they're gonna do and I think the the the pubs was mostly just a matter of administration there was no way to ensure compliance because it was so widespread non compliance the audio from W. E. A. R. T. V. California governor Gavin Newsom rolling back re openings of bars in seven counties including Los Angeles and the situation overseas has reported twenty thousand new cases a new daily record with several states reimposing partial or full lock turns off of the total number of cases jumped by nearly one hundred thousand in one week they needed five fifty thousand one in China of eighty million people have undergoing testing in recent weeks in Beijing often outbreak centered on the wholesale market the national health commission says that twelve new cases including seven in Beijing down by more than half from the day before I'm shells and historic vote she Mississippi baby fantasies and thirty four million resolution as Mississippi lawmakers voting to retire the last state flag that includes the Confederate battle emblem in November voters will be asked to approve a new flag which will include the phrase in god we trust protesters demanding the resignation of St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson after she revealed online the names and addresses of several residents who wrote her suggesting that she the fund the police on Wall Street this morning Jeff Peters up one hundred one points S. and P. futures ahead seven points more on these stories at town hall dot com if you've fallen behind in your credit card payments.

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The lake of the Ozarks ABC's Aaron Katersky has more of a governor of Missouri city it's not the state's job to police social distancing but the mayor of Saint Louis told ABC news she can recommend a course of action if you were in a situation over the weekend where are you were not social Lee distancing and you were not wearing a mask please when you come home so courting yourself for two weeks St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson called the behavior highly risky it's very likely that that sort of behavior would lead to more cases across the region the number of new cases in Missouri is rising as the state has ramped up testing Erin cutters ski ABC news about a governor Steve Sisolak says he will allow casinos to reopen on June fourth they have been closed for ten weeks now Los Angeles allowing in person shopping in churches to re open at limited capacity Congress remains deadlocked on another large scale pandemic relief bill they are showing some agreement over a small business plan for aid however I'm sherry Preston ABC news seven thirty two menus now on the menu in Miami Hialeah and Miami beach that three cities allowing restaurants to reopen for the first time in more than two months Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber says they held off on re opening more than a week after most of Miami Dade to ensure owners knew exactly how to implement the new normal rules and regulations make sure they know what's going on they have all of the measures that they have to follow so that they don't make any errors he says ocean drive will remain closed to traffic so restaurants can expand their outdoor seating options Miami gardens will not open restaurants until at least June first Wendy Grossman newsradio six ten WYO D. of Florida's coronavirus death toll stands at two thousand two hundred fifty nine another seven deaths reported yesterday two more in Broward county bring that death toll to three hundred seven thirty three South Florida students are in their last week of distance learning but district officials are working and talking about next year getting back to traditional school is going to take a lot of logistics and money to reduce the number of students in classrooms buses in cafeterias there had to be a level of funding to allow one implement our educational system that provides some means of social dissident Broward school board vice chair Dr Rosalind Osgood believes educational institution should get stimulus packages she and her counterpart at Miami Dade schools Dr Steve Gallen will take questions and your concerns during this afternoon's three o'clock Facebook live community conversation aircraft against me is ready is extendable U. Y. U. T. at seven thirty for the CDC now says covert nineteen antibody tests are wrong half of the time agency making the revelation on its website saying the results from those tests should not be used to determine if a person can go back to work or be allowed in a group setting the CDC is also urging medical professionals to use the most error free test that's available to them and added that it might be necessary to test patients not just once but possibly twice that X. is launching a small business grant program the support small or hash tag support small grants program will award up to two hundred business owners across the country struggling to stay afloat the grant will consist of five thousand dollars for the businesses and a five hundred dollar credit for FedEx office print and business services and today's launch by SpaceX and NASA making history also about the future of human spaceflight there's a lot on the line SpaceX is launching humans for the first time and NASA wants to stop launching people into low earth orbit letting the private sector do it if they can remember this is a test flight the highest priority is to test the vehicle and and get home safely and then be prepared to launch crew one Nassar's Jim Bridenstine says the agency has invested more than three billion dollars to launch a commercial spaceflight industry that way they can focus on flying to the moon and ultimately Mars Rory o'neill newsradio six ten WYO D. mornings at eight at seven thirty five I'm Natalie Rodriguez newsradio six ten WIOD the class of twenty twenty and a piece of their journey taken so I her radio along with some of the most influential voices in the world are giving it back the best way we can commencement the.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Special bringing America back what you need to know here is A. B. C. news correspondent Aaron Katersky as the country reopens there are new concerns it's happening too fast the phased approach in New York is now nearing New York City suburbs to the north and east are reopening and mayor bill de Blasio said the city should be ready in June or think about all the pieces how do people come back to work what kind of precautions need to be in place how do we monitor and how do we inspected how do we make sure everyone's doing what they're supposed to be doing the fear is what happens if people stop being careful images of packed pools yacht clubs and outdoor bars from lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri over the weekend alarmed those who've been promoting social distancing mask wearing and other measures meant to slow the spread St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson called behavior irresponsible and dangerous mayor when you saw the revelry what went through your head very high risk behavior and you know the lake of the Ozarks about a hundred fifty miles or so from the city of Saint Louis but lots of people go to the lake people throughout the Midwest go to the lake of the Ozarks have fun to enjoy themselves and I'm sure a lot of the people that went there over the weekend you know just sort of stayed with their own family and and did enjoy themselves but this behavior that you see at the polls it's just highly risky behavior and then most of those folks probably came back home last night or this morning to their own communities here in Saint Louis or across the Midwest and you know it's it's very likely that that sort of behavior would lead to more cases across the region what is St Louis doing in response or what do you encouraging all those people to do in response if you were in a situation over the weekend where you were not social Lee distancing and you were not wearing a mask please when you come home self quarantine yourself for two weeks it's only the right thing to do not just for yourself but for your own family for your friends for your co workers when you take those kinds of risky behaviors you really need to then come back and self quarantine yourself for couple weeks and I hope hope like heck they don't get sick if they do it will certainly reinforce the messages that public health officials have sent if there is not in the next couple weeks a big outbreak that results from those gatherings will that send a different message you know it's it's possible but one of the things that we do expect this to see an increase in the number of cases because we have just recently begun to crack the door open to businesses restaurants are are opening retail is opening in the St Louis region large venues will be opening in a couple weeks and we know that as you know we've been on an eight week stay at home order and we know that as people begin to expand their circles again that it is likely that there will be an increase in cases but we have to still take the precautions of staying six feet apart and wearing a mask it's just too risky not to all of us are trying to figure this out we have to learn how to coexist with code at least until there's a vaccine and none of us know when that will be St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson are thanks to you today's.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KOMO

"Roof the temperature right now sixty five degrees in Seattle the following program was pre recorded this is an ABC news special bringing America back what you need to know here is ABC news correspondent Aaron Katersky as the country reopens there are new concerns it's happening too fast the phased approach in New York is now nearing New York City suburbs to the north and east are reopening and mayor bill de Blasio said the city should be ready in June or think about all the pieces how do people come back to work what kind of precautions need to be in place how do we monitor and how do we inspected how do we make sure everyone's doing what they're supposed to be doing for the fear is what happens if people stop being careful images of packed pools yacht clubs and outdoor bars from lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri over the weekend alarmed those who have been promoting social distancing mask wearing and other measures meant to slow the spread St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson called behavior irresponsible and dangerous mayor when you saw the revelry what went through your head very high risk behavior and you know the lake of the Ozarks honored fifty miles or so from the city of Saint Louis but lots of people go to the lake people throughout the Midwest go to the lake of the Ozarks have fun to enjoy themselves and I'm sure a lot of the people that went there over the weekend you know just sort of stayed with their own family and and did enjoy themselves but this behavior that you see at the polls it's just highly risky behavior and then most of those folks probably came back home last night or this morning to their own communities here in Saint Louis or across the Midwest and you know it's it's very likely that that sort of behavior would lead to more cases across the region what is St Louis doing in response or what do you encouraging all those people to do in response if you were in a situation over the weekend where you were not social Lee distancing and you were not wearing a mask please when you come home so courting yourself for two weeks it's only the right thing to do not just for yourself but for your own family for your friends for your co workers when you take those kinds of risky behaviors you really need to then come back and self quarantine yourself for a couple weeks and I hope hope like heck they don't get sick if they do it will certainly reinforce the messages that public health officials have sent if there is not in the next couple weeks a big outbreak that results from those gatherings will that send a different message you know it's it's possible but one of the things that we do expect this to see an increase in the number of cases because we have just recently begun to crack the door open to businesses restaurants are are opening retail is opening in the St Louis region large venues will be opening in a couple weeks and we know that as you know we've been on an eight week stay at home order and we know that as people begin to expand their circles again that it is likely that there will be an increase in cases but we have to still take the precautions of staying six feet apart and wearing a mask it's just too risky not to all of us are trying to figure this out we have to learn how to coexist with code at least until there's a vaccine and none of us know when that will be St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson are thanks to you today's opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange heralded the return of floor trading there were a quarter of the brokers there and new choreography after two months of working from home.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At the polls it's just highly risky behavior and then most of those folks probably came back home last night or this morning to their own communities here in Saint Louis or across the Midwest and you know it's it's very likely that that sort of behavior would lead to more cases across the region what is St Louis doing in response or what do you encouraging all those people to do in response if you were in a situation over the weekend where you were not social distancing and you were not wearing a mask please when you come home south Korean yourself for two weeks it's only the right thing to do not just for yourself but for your own family for your friends for your co workers when you take those kinds of risky behaviors you really need to then come back and supporting yourself for couple weeks and I hope hope like heck they don't get sick if they do it will certainly reinforce the messages that public health officials have sent if there is not in the next couple weeks a big outbreak that results from those gatherings will that send a different message you know it's it's possible that one of the things that we do expect this to see an increase in the number of cases because we have just recently begun to crack the door open to businesses restaurants are are opening retail is opening in the St Louis region large venues will be opening in a couple weeks and we know that as you know we've been on an eight week stay at home order and we know that as people begin to expand their circles again that it is likely that there will be an increase in cases but we have to still take the precautions of staying six feet apart and wearing a mask it's just too risky not to all of us are trying to figure this out we have to learn how to coexist with code at least until there's a vaccine and none of us know when that will be St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson are thanks to you.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Behavior that you see at the polls is just highly risky behavior and then most of those folks probably came back home last night or this morning to their own communities here in Saint Louis or across the Midwest and you know it's it's a very likely that that sort of behavior would lead to more cases across the region what is St Louis doing in response or what do you encouraging all those people to do in response if you were in a situation over the weekend where you were not social Lee does something and you were not wearing a mask please when you come home self quarantine yourself for two weeks it's only the right thing to do not just for yourself but for your own family for your friends for your co workers when you take those kind instead of risky behaviors you really need to then come back and self quarantine yourself for couple weeks and I hope hope like heck they don't get sick if they do it will certainly reinforce the messages that public health officials have sent if there is not in the next couple weeks a big outbreak that results from those gatherings well that's sent a different message you know it's it's possible but one of the things that we do expect this to see an increase in the number of cases because we have just recently begun to crack the door open to businesses restaurants are are opening a retail is opening in the St Louis region large venues to be opening in a couple weeks and we know that as you know we've been on an eight week stay at home order and we know that as people begin to expand their circles again that it is likely that there will be an increase in cases but we have to still take the precautions of staying six feet apart and wearing a mask it's just too risky not to all of us are trying to figure this out we have to learn how to co exist with coded east until there's a vaccine and none of us know when that will be St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson are thanks to you today's opening bell at.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WTVN

"Weekend St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson called the gatherings are responsible and dangerous St Louis county executive Sam page issued a travel advisory advisory urging people self quarantine for fourteen days until testing negative for coronavirus New York Stock Exchange trading floor re opens today with far fewer traders after two months of all electronic trading because a corona virus only one fourth the usual number of traders to be allowed to return to work few traders on the floor will have to wear masks and follow strict social distancing roles in person mass was held in Catholic churches throughout Ohio for the first time in two months on Sunday central Ohio diocese opening all of its parishes after the corona virus shut down churches can only be a fifty percent capacity during mass and parishioners must follow social distancing guidelines the federal government's investigating possible price fixing in the beef industry prices in supermarkets are the highest in decades of processing companies are paying B. producer staggeringly low prices for cattle the justice department's looking at the nation's four biggest meat Packers Tyson foods JB S. national beef and Cargill the US airforce ending height restrictions to make way for more women until now pilot applicants had to be between five foot four and six foot five the average woman about five foot three well the airforce approve most height waivers say say they didn't want to discourage nearly half of the female population from joining this news a service of legacy retirement group I'm Scott Jennings next reported eight for breaking news and weather alerts instilling follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news news.

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Organization emergencies chief is warning the first wave of corona virus could include a second peak during a briefing yesterday doctor Michael Ryan urged countries that believe they've overcome the virus or are easing restrictions to remain on high alert continue to put in place the the public health and social measures the valence measures the public health measures the testing measures a comprehensive strategy to ensure that we continue on a downward trajectory Ryan says the respiratory infection can jump up at any time he says to continue flattening the virus curve public health officials need social distancing testing and tracing measures must remain in place for the foreseeable future leaders in Missouri have issued new warnings after video showed crowds gathered at the lake of the Ozarks over the weekend went viral St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson called the year gatherings you're responsible and dangerous she says people in the video will be coming home to St Louis raising concerns about a rise in corona virus cases Brian Boyle's is the owner of Marty birds bar and grill in the Ozarks and worries businesses will have to shut down again if there's an increase in covert cases it's safe to say that people weren't following all rules this weekend because of the holiday weekend and just hope that there's no operations in Lewis County executive Sam page issued a travel advisory urging people who ignored protective practices to self quarantine for fourteen days or until they test negative for.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Com headquarters in the heart of Chicago this is fifteen thirty W. C. K. G. special report coronavirus update a report citing an internal trump administration document projects that even while many states are re opening the administration believes the daily death toll from corona virus will nearly double to three thousand daily deaths by the first of June the New York times reports the data is from the CDC St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson is not ready to reopen we are very concerned that we continue to see a decrease in the number of hospitalizations before we are able to go back to work New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits at some point you have to re open this is not a sustainable situation close down everything closed down the economy lock yourself in the home you can do it for a short period of time but you can't do it forever Chief Justice Roberts wrapped up the first Supreme Court argument by phone today with the words the cases submitted I'm Mike moss the Senate is back in session today even as Washington DC remains under a stay at home order due to the corona virus this is the first time the full Senate is back in DC since late March the return comes as senator rand Paul several staffers and capitol police officers all tested positive for corona virus we're the Senate is back in town the house is not house speaker Nancy Pelosi cites a warning from the capital position is that it was not safe for all of the members to return at this time given their sheer numbers including the staff and support personnel required to make the house run a return date for the house is not yet set windy canyon Washington the Smithfield foods shuttered Sioux falls South Dakota pork plus a processing plant is trying to re open today but eight hundred employees have been infected there the meat processing plants across the country are cautiously re opening at the water president trump the.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Here not the quality the nominees is the quality of the process O. W. Avenue got use stories special report global virus update a report citing an internal trump administration document projects that even while many states are re opening the administration believes the daily death toll from corona virus will nearly double to three thousand daily deaths by the first of June The New York Times reports the data is from the CDC St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson is not ready to re open we are very concerned that we continue to see a decrease in the number of hospitalizations before we are able to go back to work New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits at some point you have to re open this is not a sustainable situation close down everything closed down the economy lock yourself in the home you can do it for a short period of time but you can't do it forever Chief Justice Roberts wrapped up the first Supreme Court argument by phone today with the words the cases submitted I'm Mike moss the Senate is back in session today even as Washington DC remains under a stay at home order due to the corona virus this is the first time the full Senate is back in DC since late March the return comes as senator rand Paul several staffers and capitol police officers all tested positive for corona virus but the Senate is back in town the house is not house speaker Nancy Pelosi cites a warning from the capital position is that it was not safe for all of the members to return at this time given their sheer numbers including the staff and support personnel required to make the house run a return date for the house is not yet set Monday Kenyan Washington the Smithfield foods shuttered Sioux falls South Dakota pork plus a processing plant is trying to re open today but eight hundred employees have been infected there the meat processing plants across the country are cautiously.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Special report will only result day port citing an internal trump administration document projects that even while many states are re opening the administration believes the daily death toll from corona virus will nearly double to three thousand daily deaths by the first of June The New York Times reports the data is from the CDC St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson is not ready to reopen we are very concerned that we continue to see a decrease in the number of hospitalizations before we are able to go back to work New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits at some point you have to re open this is not a sustainable situation close down everything closed down the economy lost yourself in the home you can do it for a short period of time but you can't do it forever Chief Justice Roberts wrapped up the first Supreme Court argument by phone today with the words the cases submitted I'm Mike moss the Senate is back in session today even as Washington DC remains under a stay at home order due to the corona virus this is the first time the full Senate is back in DC since late March the return comes as senator rand Paul several staffers and capitol police officers all tested positive for corona virus well the Senate is back in town the house is not house speaker Nancy Pelosi cites a warning from the capital position is that it was not safe for all of the members to return at this time given their sheer numbers including the staff and support personnel required to make the house run a return date for the house is not yet set Linda Kenyon Washington the Smithfield foods shuttered Sioux falls South Dakota pork plus a processing plant is trying to reopen today but eight hundred employees have been infected there the meat processing plants.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"K. L. C. H. T. to Las Vegas Bob Beasley media group station trump administration document projects that even while many states are re opening the administration believes the daily death toll from corona virus will nearly double to three thousand daily deaths by the first of June The New York Times reports the data is from the CDC St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson is not ready to re open we are very concerned that we continue to see a decrease in the number of hospitalizations before we are able to go back to work New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits at some point you have to real peace is not a sustainable situation close down everything closed down the economy lock yourself in the home you can do it for a short period of time but you can't do it forever Chief Justice Roberts wrapped up the first Supreme Court argument by phone today with the words the cases submitted I'm Mike moss the Senate is back in session today even as Washington DC remains under a stay at home order due to the corona virus this is the first time the full Senate is back in DC since late March the return comes as senator rand Paul several staffers and capitol police officers all tested positive for corona virus but the Senate is back in town the house is not house speaker Nancy Pelosi sides a warning from the capital position is that it was not safe for all of the members to return at this time given their sheer numbers including the staff and support personnel required to make the house run a return date for the house is not yet set windy canyon Washington the Smithfield foods shuttered Sioux falls South Dakota pork plus a processing plant is trying to re open today but eight hundred employees have been infected there the meat processing plants across the country are cautiously.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Special report will the virus update a report citing an internal trump administration document projects that even while many states are re opening the administration believes the daily death toll from corona virus will nearly double to three thousand daily deaths by the first of June The New York Times reports the data is from the CDC St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson is not ready to reopen we are very concerned that we continue to see a decrease in the number of hospitalizations before we are able to go back to work New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits at some point you have to real peace is not a sustainable situation closed down everything closed down the economy lock yourself in the home you can do it for a short period of time but you can't do it forever Chief Justice Roberts wrapped up the first Supreme Court argument by phone today with the words the cases submitted I'm Mike moss the Senate is back in session today even as Washington DC remains under a stay at home order due to the corona virus this is the first time the full Senate is back in DC since late March the return comes as senator rand Paul several staffers and capitol police officers all tested positive for corona virus well the Senate is back in town the house is not house speaker Nancy Pelosi cites a warning from the capital position is that it was not safe for all of the members to return at this time given their sheer numbers including the staff and support personnel required to make the house run a return date for the house is not yet set windy canyon Washington the Smithfield foods shuttered Sioux falls South Dakota pork plus a processing plant is trying to reopen today but eight hundred employees have been infected there the meat processing plants across the country are cautiously.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WTVN

"Twenty nine just one minute away it's another shot at a thousand dollars under the stage show me strong recovery plan Missouri governor Mike parson is gonna allow public events like concerts to resume starting today he says events such as amusement parks attractions concerts drive ins funerals museums in school graduations may all resume but seating shall be spaced out according to social distancing requirement while the governor may give permission many Missouri cities are making the decision to remain in lockdown St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson said we will continue to be guided by data not by dates some of us has had fantasies about isolating at the happiest place on earth all but one guy went a step further and he tried to well I tried to get out to Disney's discovery island he won this social distance there same as Richard McGuire he told police that he had been there since Monday or Tuesday didn't realize it was a restricted area he says it looks like a tropical paradise if you're gonna have to is social distance why not there well the Orange County sheriff's department says McGuire had to walk past several no trespassing signs to get on the island the guy was busted after Disney security repertoire did seeing him using one of Disney's boats to get around the company plans to press charges he was arrested for trespassing I mean come on I mean it's good to have a story but that that story just doesn't hold up are we got a thirty on the buttons so let's give away some money.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"ET dot donations at Illinois dot gov St Louis is seeing its first go bid nineteen death ABC's Jill enders has the story St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson announced that the victim was a woman in her thirties this should be a wake up call for all of us particularly anyone who may still question whether or not this is a real thing anyone who questions the gravity of this issue we know code nineteen is very very serious and it can be deadly health officials in St Louis say the victim had not traveled recently U. S. Attorney General William Barr joined president trump during the president's daily briefing bar morning some hoarders are price gouging herself masks and other medical equipment deemed vital in the fight against the corona virus will be prosecuted if you are have a big supply of toilet paper in your house this is not something you have to worry about but if you are sitting on a on a warehouse with masks surgical masks you will be hearing a knock on your door federal law enforcement also warning that scam artists are now preying on the fears of elderly people by peddling fake cobit nineteen test kits to Medicare recipients but also sing schemes that offer so called senior care packages with hand sanitizer in Florida some seniors report being told falsely that president trump has mandated they get tested at the White House press conference the president said federal authorities had already shut down a website selling what the president called a totally fake vaccine also knew from president trump's meeting with the press I'm also announcing that we're postponing the deadline for compliance with real ID requirements again the deadline for all air travelers in the U. S. to get an enhanced real ID now postponed the old deadline had been October first this year the president did not give a new deadline and now WGN sports white Sox have added a new frequently asked questions page on their website it'll focus on fans and providing them with updates on the postponed twenty twenty season USA gymnastics says a majority of senior national team members have indicated in an anonymous survey that they are in favor of the Tokyo Olympics being pushed back from its scheduled July opening a long time international Olympic committee member now tells the Associated Press it'll likely be postponed and the U. eight foot has formally postponed the champions league final supposed to take place on may thirtieth in Istanbul it's now being put off due to the corona virus pandemic you wait for us says no decision has yet been made on the new date on the call on on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN president geico presents a book another voice mail from your roommate Hey I got some bad news someone broke into our apartment and they took your TV on your.

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"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KOMO

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03:39 min | 2 years ago

"louis mayor lyda krewson" Discussed on KOMO

"Carry out or delivery meal from a restaurant in your community stronger together Seattle's closest Snoqualmie casino stay connected stay informed twenty four seven komo news still ahead Boeing set for a two week shutdown I Charlie harder following continues to grow forty one thousand have contracted a corona virus vice president pence at the daily coronavirus task force briefing with the new what number of Americans who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus A. B. C.'s Jill Endres meanwhile says one of the nation's largest cities has now had its first F. St Louis mayor Lyda Krewson announced that the victim was a woman in her thirties this should be a wake up call for all of us particularly anyone who may still question whether or not this is a real thing anyone who questions the gravity of this issue we know code nineteen is very very serious and it can be deadly St Louis health officials say this case wasn't travel related Chillin dearth ABC news Saint Louis Senate Democrats and Republicans are still trying to come to terms on a third economic stimulus package Dario opener ABC news one thousand seven ninety seven seven continuing with our top stories from the combo twenty four seven news center of course covered nineteen front and center fabric fence I spoke with Lisa Jaffe but we also have a major issue on the west Seattle bridge which will mean drivers will need to make alternate travel plans for weeks we're told growing cracks of lead to structural concerns prompting the Seattle department of transportation to shut the bridge down indefinitely starting tonight plans are in the works for metro and the king county water taxi to add service governor Jay Inslee plans to give a major address this evening about the state's efforts to fight the spread of coronaviruses staffs as Inslee will lay out enhanced strategies to mitigate the covert nineteen outbreak the speech comes after cities such as Everett and Edmonds of issued stay at home orders and if for some businesses to shut down temporarily Inslee widely expected to issue orders that are stricter than those currently in place will carry that speech of course live right here in less than an hour at five thirty on como Boeing is about to suspend its production operations in the Puget Sound area couples Charlie harder with the story the company confirms you como that twenty five Puget Sound area employees have tested positive for Kobe at nineteen and that it will take a fourteen day period now to deep clean its factories reporter Phil lebeau on CNBC the biggest impact there is the average plant where they built the triple seven as well as the seventy seven Dreamliner employees who are able to telecommute will continue doing so during the fourteen day shut down all the employees will continue to get paid machinists union members say one of the employees sickened by corona virus has died in a statement governor Inslee parades Boeing's decision calling it bold action Charlie Parker colonials some of the things we have to worry about during the Copa nineteen crisis come was Ryan Harris says your water and lights don't have to be among them that's because the home is county P. UT is ready to help with credits of up to two hundred dollars for home bills and up to five hundred dollars for small businesses plus what they're calling upon was on late fees and shutting you off if you're unable to pay the peonies Erin Sweeney says the estimated cost is two million dollars but that figure is very preliminary I don't know when you're gonna get back to work and businesses are going to get back open so right now we don't we just put the number out there in terms of just as an initial estimate but honestly we don't know what the final numbers gonna beat and right now we just want.

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