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Legendary pilot Chuck Yeager, first to break sound barrier, dies at 97
"Just pilot chuck yeager passed away this week. At the age of ninety seven yeager made history as the first to fly faster than the speed of sound. Abc's maggie rulli has more on his life and his daredevil spirit. And i'll start at in the small town of elmira west virginia where he was born february thirteenth nineteen twenty-three yeager enlisted in the army air corps right after highschool in nineteen forty one instantly noticed for his ace flying skills. Yeager joined combat operations in world. War two returning stateside for years later after flying more than sixty area wartime missions and he's credited with downing five german planes in a single day. It was two years later in october. Nineteen forty seven that yeager launched into history becoming the first person to break the sound barrier flying seven hundred miles per hour in level flight on the bell x one rocket nicknamed the glamorous glenis after his wife the daring feat thrusting the test pilot into military superstardom feature prominently in the nineteen eighty. Three film. the right stuff three amazingly. He wasn't done replicating the feat again at age. Eighty nine to mark the sixty fifth anniversary of his historic flight. Cemented yeager in history is an american icon and one of the greatest military pilots of all
ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes
"This week we go to the frontlines of the youth climate strike movement. There are hundreds of protests going on all around the world today as young people, school children from Australia to Iceland come together to protest about what they're calling the crisis of their lifetime climate change. Of course, what they see is politicians inability or unwillingness to do anything about it to the global protests that is underway right now, students and workers all around the world of flooding the streets demanding action on climate change, Maggie, Rulli that a demonstration in London with the latest Michael with thousands of protesters, right underneath parliament, and what's so striking besides just the sheer size of protesters here are. The age of people who are demonstrating almost all of them are students that's hiding just nine years old. We spoke to a group of seventeen year olds who said they're here today to fight for their future. Now, the goal of this strike, really all these strikes around the world it's a send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the UN climate summit happening this week in New York climate change protests happening right now in lower Manhattan this is video from chopper four showing the massive crowd marching from Foley Square the courthouses down to the battery among the people flooding city streets were students who were allowed to skip class today to join this 'cause. I told with Jerome Foster. who had seven sounded watching documentaries about our planet go activated and started climate blogging creating virtual reality platforms social justice. He's now eighteen has been climate striking for eighty one weeks in front of the white. House. He founded one million of us to get youth to vote this November Jerome is one of eleven million people from over one hundred and forty countries the climate striking and skipping school to tell us we need to act now. I stopped by asking Jerome where he is now. I'm visiting New York City I just moved here for college, but I was born and raised in Washington DC. I'm going to college at Peace University and Columbia Columbia basically majoring in computer science specializing artificial intelligence. are distance-learning others are like mixed waken coming class in? Their dorm near the off his classes, some of them, most of my classes right now are digital. Have One. Now. So tell me about growing up in DC and kind of what led you to get into the place where you founded the organization one, million US. So where I grew up in Washington DC right around like places. And forests and those like a huge place for me to explore my neighborhood. So I kinda grew up getting in touch with nature and after years of like understanding what nature wasn't had really appreciate it. I started watching documented by astrophysics and learning about like what are world's about like what a black holes water were imposed all these cool late science things, and after that, I started watching documentaries about my own planet and how our planet fit into. Astrophysics. into the rest of the world that every time they talk about something else beautiful it's like but humans are burning it down and but. Are Continuing to extract coal and an oil and natural gas to power earth than is going to continue to see species go extinct and like that was kind of a wake up call for me understanding that our earth is actually has like trouble going on but still being like six or seven years old was like. This isn't that big of an issue. Adults are GonNa fix this adults definitely going to step up and take action but Learning later on like it didn't happen. That's that's not the story as the navy faded it. kind of grew into another understanding that like if the corruption is the unwillingness to have moral clarity won't stand up to corporations and that they don't have the political leadership to acting say, we need to hold you accountable and like as older I was like, how can I get into? Really. Getting their attention actually taking action when my friends kind of toby lunch table they're like, Hey, you should start into pitch. Okay. Cool. So like for sixth seventh and Eighth Grade I posted every single day. and. Like facts and got to like and I was like I got to convince that climate change because back then like global warming is a hoax and everyone believed that that was the big struggle and like today it's not that same conversation. It's about how do we take action but back then it was all about is it real? And I did that for six eighth grade in ninth grade I trying to transition. To. More technology and building I reality environments. So I mean when you say like it's ten years, it has been view like if he started when you seven that. Yeah. I started virtuality company called Vr, and basically it was the idea that like we can use virtuality. Gaming Place, but actually civic engagement accident building empathy only a few people will be able to see it because it's so expensive to create and it's so hard. Tribute it out. So I, kind of transition into. into journalism and it was because I started watching my documentaries again. It was Leonardo DiCaprio's before the flood and like in the last five minutes he said we need commentators then covered as if it's a lot we need young people we need people to come out here and start talking about time change in a new way. So I was like I can do that. There's like I'm I'm I'm with around blood so like two hours. Later I I email my English teacher in accurate a blog called the climb reporter and one hundred, sixty, five articles like eight months and determine about climate change from east perspective sounds like we need young people in this movement because our future is directly at stake people will say their children's children but we're the Stojan. At this point we waited fifty years to take action. Our Future. Now,
Prince Harry and Meghan kick off first family tour of Africa
"Its prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first official tour as a family they be sees Maggie Rulli says the royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie who barely five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the
Tiger attacks Kansas zoo keeper after 'error' brought two together
"A zookeeper at the peak zoo in Kansas is recovering from serious head and neck wounds after being attacked by one of the zoo's Sumatran Tigers more from ABC's Maggie Rulli who says they've never had something happened at the zoo like this before so they're investigating what could have gone wrong. And they say the main point they're looking at right now that why the keeper and the tiger were in the. Closure together at the same time. They say that should have never happened. That is an air. They make the point that the keeper will often go into the Tigers pen to maintain it to clean it up. But never at the same time as the tiger. Tiger named Sonji will not be
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOMO
"Saying she never would have willingly. We left her children including her six week old twins. I want so bad for somebody to see this in Colwyn with anything that you think is small that might help ABC's Marci Gonzales a push in New York City to rename a street in the city after Otto warmbier councilman, Joe Borelli wants to rename second street in Manhattan to Otto warmbier way. So hopefully, we're going to rename a little stretch of second avenue between forty third and forty fourth street in honor of this person who hoped to live here the street is directly in front of the North Korean mission to the United Nations warmbier is an Ohio native who died in two thousand seventeen when he returned to Cincinnati in a coma after spending several months in a North Korean prison. Just ahead of our AAA traffic. United Airlines is facing major backlash after passengers on. One of its flights were forced to spend the night on the runway. Passengers are reliving what they call in other disasters. Experience on the right hand. For nearly nineteen hours Sanjay Dutt says he was trapped in a United Airlines flight from New Jersey to Hong Kong the plane, diverting to Canada due to a medical emergency. Then getting stuck after mechanical problems caused by negative twenty five degree temperatures. Passengers say even the crew grew frustrated by the different reasons, given for the delay all two hundred and fifty plus passengers are trapped inside United telling them, they couldn't leave because of an issue with customs, those passengers landing back in Newark, demanding answers and wanting their money back ABC's, Maggie Rulli. Komo news time twelve fourteen AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours with marina Rockinger. You know three day weekend for some folks marina, why not hit the slopes the passes looking. Yes. If you're headed up to Snoqualmie pass, no restrictions at all either direction. You're looking good there and Stevens pass highway two traction tires advised. Both eastbound and westbound. Around here. Looking good..
"Super blood wolf moon" will light up the sky Sunday
"For Russell Wilson's backup. Spot. That'll be interesting. You have Brett Hundley who of course is on board picked up in a trade with the Green Bay Packers. We'll see if maybe the Seahawks will look at the draft as well as another outlet to bring some more quarterbacks in junior Adams has been aimed wide receivers coach for the husky football team last two seasons. He's been the offensive coordinator at western Kentucky law. More sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies. Komo news time five eleven the interim president of Michigan State University has resigned after making controversial comments about sexual abuse survivors, the comments stem from former Olympic gymnastics coach and convicted sexual abuser. Dr Larry Nassar, I moved at the board of trustees of Michigan State University here by accepts John M anglers resignation as interim president of the university. John Engler becoming the latest high ranking member of Michigan State University to resign in the wake of the Larry Nassar sexual assault scandal angler recently came under fire. Fire for telling the Detroit News that survivors. Larry Nassar's abuse are enjoying the spotlight the scandal brings that's pretty upsetting just as a female and as someone who has been through similar situation. It's not like it's the easy thing to do. It's it takes a lot of bravery to step forward and say something worth hundreds of women accused the former doctor of sexual assault. How many during his time as a team doctor at MSU? The judge who sentenced Nassar to prison says that comment was the final straw. I assure you that there isn't one of them who wouldn't give every thing back. Every penny every word they want this to never have occurred. Many survivors tornado guns are who spoke at Nassar sentencing. Wow. Now say they look forward to this change and hope to once again be proud to wear green and white English statements regarding survivors of sexual assault had been extremely hurtful and do not reflect the values of our university. Banglore had only been the interim president at MSU for less than a year. Not the board says they will accept his resignation immediately. They have already announced his replacement. Maggie Rulli, ABC, news, New York. Komo news time is five thirteen. A new lawsuit is taking on the powerful opioid Oxycontin. And the family that owns the company state of Massachusetts is suing them accusing them of misleading. The public about its dangers the complaint alleges certain members of the Sackler family who are worth thirteen billion dollars were aware of the dangers of Oxycontin, but continued to push sales. According to newly filed court documents when Oxycontin was first released Richard Sackler, produce, former president and son of the company. Founder is quoted saying at a accompany event that the launch would be followed by a blizzard of prescriptions that complaint also says years later as evidence of widespread abuse of Oxycontin, began to mount Sackler urged the company to blame addicts allegedly writing in an Email. We have to hammer on the abusers in every way possible. They are the culprits and the problem, they are reckless criminals Purdue pharma, telling ABC news, the attorney general has cherry picked from among tens of millions of emails and other business documents produced by Purdue they complaint is littered with biased and inaccurate characterizations of these documents Purdue and the individual defendants will aggressively defend against these misleading allegations that's ABC's which Johnson
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOMO
"Also three handguns, the authorities have gone through his social media profile. They've seen the antisemitic anti immigrant occasionally anti-trump sentiments posted there, but they have not made an official determination of motive hate crime. Charges are expected we return to Pittsburgh now ABC's Maggie Rulli Nagy. Aaron I have to say it's it's kind of the assignment that no correspondent ever wants to get in. Fortunately, it seems like we're getting them more and more often in this one in particular when you drive into the town here of squirrel hill, which isn't part of greater Pittsburgh area. You're just smacked immediately by this sense of sadness, and the fact that the community here a small enclosed in tighten it, and they're really all in this together right now. And that means right now, unfortunately, feeling this grief in this pain that undescribable feeling that no one wants to feel but they're also coming together. And this is the time where you see people leaning on each other people, you might not normally see reaching out to each other. They're doing it right now, we talked about that they Joel in the hundreds of people we saw coming out relying on each other supporting each other. And even the local leaders coming out in the president coming out again reiterating, the this is the time or the nation needs to come together. A denounce these acts of hate and and really rely on each other for hope. And so now. You know, the only hope you can have is that people listen to that message and do lead into one another and work in a way to try to figure out some way, we can avoid having conversations again, and again, and then you hope that I don't have to be calling in and talking to you very often Aaron about these horrible mass shootings because it seems like at some point people just know that something has to be done. Well, said ABC's Maggie Rulli with us from Pittsburgh community still in shock and in mourning after eleven people were killed ABC's. Steve Gomez our law enforcement contributor, formerly at the FBI. Where's the investigation headed now? Steve. Well, they're going to try to learn as much as they can about the individual try to get down to the motive and build a case build a case that they're going to take into court with strong admissible evidence. And they're going to make an example. I hope they do they need to and with that. He didn't look forward as to how do they deal with preventing these types of situations? And I think there's something that can be done. And I think that's talking about it. Keeping those those those poor people that pairs today. You know? Hopefully Bush so that something can be done something can change. So this doesn't happen to get another fine sentiment expressed by law enforcement contributor, Steve Gomez,.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning. It is five oh five again. The investigation into those mail bombs sent to high profile democratic figures now centering on Florida officials have traced many of the bombs to south Florida. We've got the latest on this investigation. Now from correspondent Maggie Rulli sources confirmed the ABC news that federal authorities are following promising leads right now in south Florida. Zeroing in on open Lakha as the potential place that at least some of the packages were mailed through their desperate to find the person or people behind the tenant nearly identical suspicious packages sent across the country to targets including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton congresswoman, Maxine Waters and most recently, former vice president Joe Biden, an actor Robert deniro officials have been analyzing the bombs and the materials used to make them, and they have developed a lot of leads. This is former FBI agent Steve Gomez, a lot of planning has to go into an operation. Like this. You're talking about ten device. Prices. It's not just about building a bomb which takes a lot of work. You have to go about and acquire all the different tools and materials the black powder. You have to get the tape and the pipes and so on then you have to spend some time putting it together to where it's not going to blow up in your face. So to speak federal officials say they need that many of those bombs were not likely to explode an initial review of the devices shows that there were significant flaws in the making of them and many were incapable of exploding at this point in. The investigation is not clear whether that was intentional or not officials continue to caution anyone who receives a package should treat. It as dangerous and at the New York postal facility officials there say they are carefully going through the mail. We've got our eyes and ears, but post employees, highly trained pulse. Inspectors out there searching postal facilities looking for these devices. And again, we haven't found anything Alaska it out well mayor to blonde through and police officials said yesterday New Yorkers should not be fearful there was another scale. Here at the Time Warner center last night. Hundreds of people from two floors were evacuated. This man was near the Time Warner center when he noticed a crowd of people growing on unseen. And.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Thank you stayed. Good morning. It's thirty eight degrees at O'Hare a few degrees. Colder than that. In some counties freeze warning is in effect for areas away from the lakes that wants for slick spots on the roadways this morning. Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of seventy eight year old Washington cardinal Donald world a world has come under much criticism of late Kista covering up decades of sexual abuse within the church his predecessor step down as Washington archbishop. Also forced to resign as cardinal over allegations. He sexually abused at least two minors and adult seminarians Washington Post reports today there is proof columnists Jamal kashogi was killed in a Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey. Keep ABC's. Stephanie Ramos reports from Washington, the Washington Post just reporting that they do have proof from Turkish officials who have spoken to you. As officials saying that they have audio and video recordings. Privy Neka showy was killed and all while here in Washington. Lawmakers are demanding that the president do something about it. And some lawmakers are demanding that US stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia until US investigators. Find Khashoggi meanwhile, beginning to see some media companies react their executives boycotting at conference in Saudi Arabia over kashogi. It's the future investment and issued if conference in Riyadh the editor in chief of economist has pulled out so has a CNBC anchor as well as attornal is from the New York Times evacuees from the Florida, panhandle are waiting to see if they still have homes a hurricane Michael devastated that region ABC's. Maggie Rulli is in Panama City. It avoided a direct hit. But still suffered heavy damage a win here. We're just so powerful that really not. Any building was left one hundred percent intact. And that includes the local hospital, and the doctors were saying that the wind swept through they had a brace themselves against the doors to try to help save their patients if they spent the last twenty four hours under a emergency evacuation orders. Trying to get those critical patients out seldom helicoptered away locally the community came together last night for a pitcher in the city's Rogers park neighborhood, they remembered Twenty-four-year-old Eliahu Moskowitz. He was shot and killed execution style October first on a walking path at Loyola park, thirty six hours before that just a few blocks away and also execution style. A seventy three year old man was killed still no arrests in either of those murders and loyalist Chicago's basketball team chaplain. Sister Jean will be awarded the Illinois twenty eighteen senior hall of fame award tonight. At the department of aging says she was selected for outstanding achievement in education. She gained some popular locally locally last March. When the ramblers made it to the NCAA final four. Let's get a check a WGN sports here now with Dave. Thank you. Vic good morning. The Blackhawks were closing it on their third win of the season last night league. Minnesota late in the third period. When the wild gotta shorthanded goal from Ryan Suter to tie it up. And in our xfinity Blackhawks report hawks suffered their second straight overtime loss. When Jason Zucker scored for the wild at three twenty five o t the hawks fall to Minnesota four three not the coach Advil had in mind. Were.
Massive blaze engulfs 200-year-old museum, home to millions of artifacts
"No reports of injuries. The police was closed at the time but a, huge fire engulf Brazil's two hundred year. Old national museum in Rio de Janeiro firefighters museum workers scrambling to, save Stoorikhel, relics the. Museum houses artifacts from Egypt Greco Roman art and the first, fossils found in Brazil no word on just how Bad the damages but the museums president, calls it a sad day for all.
House GOP limping to Election Day as farm bill implodes
"Royal family tweeted it's thanks to people who watched prince harry mary meghan markle yesterday abc's maggie rulli has what's next for the newly married royal couples stayed here last night but the heading back to kensington palace today and then making their first official appearance as a royal couple on tuesday for prince charles seventieth birthday russell told they plan to go on honeymoon sometime soon we don't know where yet but i'm sure it will be somewhere at a former doctor is headed to prison and after slipping in a portion drug into his girlfriend's t brooke fisk was dating arlington virginia dr sue candor imron when fisk says the doctor slipped in abortion pill into her drink causing her to miscarry fisk says she was seventeen weeks pregnant when he poisoned her imron was arrested in may of last year and pled guilty in march two fetal homicide faced between five and forty years in prison but fisk pleaded for leniency saying homerun was dealing with depression imron was sentenced to three years in prison after which he could be deported to his native pakistan dave packer abc news linda lopez abc news it's time now for your connect fm news update this.
Security camps out ahead of royal wedding
"The one hundred twelve million dollars it'll take to build it wasn't easy but this project was worth fighting for we have a lot of endangered species and other fish that travel on the way river project manager liam hohnstein with the army corps of engineers says this new facility will move one point two million salmon each year we're looking to move thousands of fish every hour and according to pay dividends on all of the efforts to bring him back they salmon didn't get up there you've lost generations of fish thousands of millions to more of all the juveniles than the adults could've come so this'll pay back for for generations i hope to be done by the end of twenty twenty in buckley mitch pittman komo news on saturday the world will have a new princess and she'll be an american megan markle and prince harry will tie the knot abc's maggie rulli has the story from windsor castle meghan all know working guy from royal diehards because this crazy cola who've been camped out for days just waiting to get their first glimpse of the newlyweds to mini markle's walking through windsor everyone we've met seems to be a fan of the future american princess scenario people marrying into the royal family with less than twenty four hours to go it's crunch time for the royal family rehearsals are set making asked her future father in law prince charles to walk her down the aisle after finding out her own father could not make it to the wedding due to medical reasons and his statement the palace said the prince of wales is pleased to be able to welcome miss markle to the royal family in this way the cake is baked elder flower buttercream which is a buttercream that's very light and fluffy the families have met megan's mom sitting down with queen elizabeth and she already had tea with meghan future inlaws security is tight so many security personnel are being brought in for the big day that many of them are having to sleep intense here outside castle grounds and the guest list is finalized perry's ninety six year old grandfather prince philip who has been in ill health confirming he will be at the wedding hearing down you can buy just about anything with harry and meghan space audit from t shirts to flags to mugs two spoons all.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Same time i'm so hurts the know that a lot of people i know are gone the alleged gunman now in custody charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder according to authorities crews have told the police he heard voices that told hit the planned the attack that's abc's maggie rulli reporting and parkland the fate of dreamers cloudier than ever after senators thursday failed four times to pass immigration reform in response former florida governor jeb bush calling for incumbents to be punished politically bush spoke at a university at the university of pennsylvania forum thursday in philadelphia saying immigration reform has broad support among american voters like what they're doing throw the bums out this kind of has worked as though an executive orders signed by president trump and daca protections for dreamers on march fifth and after winning gold in the giant slalom mikhail chiffrent fell short in the slalom finishing in fourth she became ill before the race and said it felt more like a bug the nerves so race again next week lindsay jake of bellas came in fourth in snowboard cross good news there for the men's hockey team they beat slovakia's score two to one amtrak's top executive is considering suspending service on tracks that don't have sophisticated speed controls by december thirty one deadline it's a push to strengthen safety after a series of deadly wrecks and on wall street thursday a surgeon technology companies push stocks higher again the dow gained three hundred and seven points the sp rose thirty two well the nasdaq added one hundred thirteen points this is abc news broadcasting live from the annex wealth management studios this is wtmj milwaukee there's only one way to keep up with the highflying plots this easily it how in the ability of arts 'insiders as your.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOMO
"The attack and being relatively here by at the same time i'm so her to know that a lot of people i know are gone the alleged gunman now in custody charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder according to authorities crews have told the police he heard voices that told hit the planned the attack that's abc's maggie rulli reporting and parkland the fate of dreamers cloudier than ever after senators thursday failed four times to pass immigration reform in response former florida governor jeb bush calling for incumbents to be punished politically bush spoke at a universe city at the university of pennsylvania forum thursday in philadelphia saying immigration reform has broad support among american voters don't like what they're doing throw the bums out this kind of has worked as store an executive orders signed by president trump and daca protections for dreamers on march fifth and after winning gold in the giant slalom michaela schifrin fell short in the slalom finishing in fourth she became ill before the race instead of felt more like a bug the nerves she'll race again next week lindsay jacob bellas came in fourth in snowboard cross good news there for the men's hockey team they beat slovakia's score two to one amtrak's top executive is considering suspending service on tracks that don't have sophisticated speed controls by december thirty one deadline it's a push to strengthen safety after a series of deadly wrecks and on wall street thursday a surgeon technology companies push stocks higher again the dow gained three hundred and seven points the sp rose thirty two while the nasdaq added one hundred thirteen points this is.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Of the thousands of mourners chanted no more guns seventeen lives lost many of them teenage student junior lexi jed drawn survived the attack on thing hodiby here but at the same time i'm so her sonoda a lot of people i know are gone the alleged gunman now in custody charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder according to authorities crews has told the police he heard voices that told have the planned the attack that's abc's maggie rulli reporting and portland the fate of dreamers cloudier than ever after senators thursday failed four times to pass immigration reform in response former of florida governor jeb bush calling for incumbents to be punished politically bush spoke at a university at the university of pennsylvania forum thursday in philadelphia saying immigration reform has broad support among american voters don't like what they're doing so the bums out this kind of us were to store and executive orders signed by president trump ends daca protections for dreamers on march fifth and after winning gold in the giant slalom mikhail is schifrin fell short in the slalom finishing in fourth she became ill before the race and said it felt more like a bug the nerves shall race again next week lindsay jacob ellis came in fourth in the snowboard cross good news there for the men's hockey team they beat slovakia's score of two to one amtrak's top executive is considering suspending service on tracks that don't have sophisticated speed controls by a december thirty one deadline it's a push to strengthen safety.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOIL
"The latest from abc news i'm maggie rulli the weep again's was some major moves in washington president trump unveils his budget priorities and the senate debates immigration reform in dhaka as president trump discussed his infrastructure plans with a group of governors and mayors he also sounded optimistic about reaching a bipartisan immigration deal for the dreamers we think there's a good chance of getting dr done if the democrats are serious of they actually want to do it meanwhile the top republican majority leader mitch mcconnell and the top democrat in the senate minority leader chuck schumer spent the morning complementing one another just prior to opening debate on immigration reform lana zak abc news capitol hill the wife of donald trump jr was rushed to the hospital today after opening a letter with a white powder inside the envelope of boston postmark was addressed the donald trump jr but open just after ten a m by his wife the nisa there was a white substance in a note expressing the sender's anger about something firefighters decontaminated vanessa trump and then took her to the hospital as a precaution she appeared to be fine the substance was not immediately identified though police said it was nonhazardous the nypd and the us secret service were investigating the package abc's aaron katersky as the flu continues to be bad democratic senator amy kluba charter of minnesota has called on congress to introduce the flu vaccine act that bill is going to be focused on getting more research going and nih to try to develop a more effective flu vaccine she says the research will help develop a universal vaccine more and more people are getting sick at the winter olympics in south korea abc's alex stone is npr chang with the details the number of norovirus cases here continues to grow new numbers in from olympic organizers there are now one hundred ninety four confirmed cases here at the games seventeen new cases just today officials say many of the people who got sick were security guards you're listening to abc news the ever make a change and then wonder why didn't they do this a long time ago that's what's happening for thousands of people with regard to their health care their joining medi share and then they're wondering why in i already do this for most members it costs less than half what they were paying for their.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOIL
"Here's the latest from abc news i'm maggie rulli the budget deal is a win for the american people so says senate minority leader chuck schumer talking about the deal he in majority leader mitch mcconnell reach to prevent another government shutdown i keep the government funded for two years here's abc's lana zak less than a month ago with the government shutdown the issue of greatest disagreement was immigration today on the principles of yet another budget deadline there is still no resolution the immigration issue offered in the breakthrough bipartisan senate bill but some of the things that are included six billion dollars to combat opioid abuse four million dollars for va medical facilities and twenty billion dollars for infrastructure the white house reaction we applaud the steps forward that they've made but we're going to need to see what is in the final bill though we're certainly happy with the direction that it's moving press secretary sarah sanders at that same briefing secretary of defense of gene mad has called on congress to approve the deal but cannot overstate the negative impact toward critiquing families moreau from all this budget uncertainty mattis went onto confirmed the pentagon is working on plans for a military parade president trump said he wants one two rival what he saw in france on bastille day a senior member of the president's team has resigned white house staff secretary rob porter resigned wednesday in the wake of multiple allegations of domestic violence by two exwives who spoke on the record to the daily mail abc news does not have comment from these women puerto released a statement that was read by white house press secretary sarah sanders in that statement porter call the allegations outrageous and simply false he said quote i have been transparent in truthful about these vile claims but i will not further engage publicly with a coordinated smear campaign karen travers abc news the white house republican senator johnny irked and democratic senator jeanne shaheen have called for a special committee to investigate the us olympic committee.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They thought he moved here from pakistan seventy years ago his driver's license place the tenant tampa florida the sources thank you also lived in ohio and most recently in paterson new jersey abc's maggie rulli near the spot where saipan was taken into custody after slamming into a school bus and then finally being shot by police in the abdomen he is expected to live he's in the hospital getting surgery more from abc chief investigative correspondent brian ross sipe off grew up in touch can't stuck his stat where he applied for and won his us visa in two thousand ten under once called the diversity immigrant visa program for residents have come one his us visa in two thousand ten under once called the diversity immigrant visa program for residents of countries that heavensent many immigrants to the us coincident killed five people investigators want to ask saipa the bout a note that was found in that rental truck they gave credit for the attack to isis president trump responded with a tweet saying quote we modern note that was found in that rental truck they gave credit for the attack to isis president trump responded with a tweet saying quote we must not allow isis to enter our country the process to get a debtfree more to counter a good morning at in you flora wants to be able to iran now 420 rally from here on out that is not guaranteed though because the current permit holders wants to be able to run now 420 rally from here on out that is not guaranteed though because the current permitholder is banned from a putting that event on for the next three years for leaving civic center park in a shambles whatever the outcome many of these you floor employees though has paid the price sleeping bags to get these reclining chairs you're not allowed to do any tensed because that would be violating the camping ordinance in denver but um you know just toughen it out six hour shifts making sure that we take care of each other you flora marketing director bobby rationale he says he he's not trying to throw shade on anyone who's thrown out of and in the past but that it's time to professionalize the 420 rally reporting live in denver counter sri if koa newsradio cut our thanks europe daytoday'do six this news brought to you by fire iin point security and coming up busy.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOIL
"It's begin today at a hard hit areas like santa rosa abc's maggie rulli is there i think nearly every street you turned out in santa rosa there are some form of devastation many times you come across entire neighbourhoods that are destroyed right now we're standing in one community were anywhere you look every single house is destroyed hundreds of homes are now reduced to just rubble there's nothing left the chimney a refrigerator you can see you can make up the remnants of a kitchen but it is just completely levelled new evacuation since the noema county first responders going doortodoor in some towns telling people to get out or is it in george here is one of them are living a nightmare that i wish we could just wake up and it it would go away thousands of people in shelters wondering if their homes are still standing more than thirty six billion dollars in federal relief is expected to be voted on today in the house that money will go to wildfire n hurricane recovery efforts president trump right now tweeting about puerto rico only 10 percent of puerto ricoh has power three weeks after hurricane maria this morning president trump says the federal government's assistance to the us territory is not openended the president writing on twitter quote we cannot keep fema the military and the first responders who've been amazing under the most difficult circumstances in pr forever he says the islands electric grid an infrastructure were already a disaster and now congress has to decide how much to spend to rebuild the trump administration has faced mounting criticism about its response to last month's devastating storm that the president's been fiercely defensive karen travers abc news the white house later today the president plans to sign an executive order on health care will allow some plans to be sold across state lines it also exempts mall businesses from providing certain essential health benefits the pakistani army says it's rescued a canadian man his american wife and their three children were being held by.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"We can help you out with absolutely editor tune into dan that's right tune in to me because i'm the car expert yeah any way okay cleaning up a little old news that we discussed earlier i find this appalling i can that for the life of me anti believe this this is just another example out of a zillion examples okay as i mentioned in the first hour my wife was assaulted in the ever so popular for a while they're knockout game were black black men were and by the way guys i i don't i don't i don't care about race this dry eye this seconds we even talking race i don't care i'm just this is just relying history okay this was the knockout game where black men would come up behind white people out of the blue and literally hall off and check them as hard as they can in the back of the head that is what this guy did to my wife downtown she's totally innocent walking along and he just wailed outer from the back out of the blue and then took off the knockout game okay his putt barricade the arrest it was barbaric and what did he get she texted me i didn't know that this he didn't even get a he didn't get a felony he didn't even get a misdemeanor he got a city ordinance violation like a parking ticket and and that's that's what he got gin and we have nfl player saying we just need to undergo need to understand maggie rulli ask you this yet futile walked up behind the anybody i don't care who they are and you're playing the knockout game what would have happened to you i would be imprisoned for out for for a long time yeah i long time i would be in prison this is ridiculous this is insanity and these people are saying oh nobody's hearing so anyway but don't i don't want it i do i want i with his former second problem because we have all become a respecter of people and not a respecter of laws devised that.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Store and grab some presto an antifreeze for eleven ninety nine a gallon that's napa know how now colorado's morning news the 512 is the push to repeal and replace obamacare dead for now in dc built nominee issues these issues signs she's gonna be with us we have to fix south dakota gop senator john thune their abc's maggie rulli has the latest on the efforts in the beltway days after the republican effort to repeal and replace obamacare crumbled in the senate republican senator lamar alexander had democratic senator patty murray are teaming up in a new bipartisan effort that you are looking to make small and barons changes to the 2010 healthcare law that will stabilize the market and curbing expected hike in premiums the partnership appears to ignore the president's repeated orders to quote let obamacare implode maggie rulli abc news washington but some republicans say they need to shift their focus now to something they can achieve this year perhaps tax reform or infrastructure improvements or is it time for one of the president's biggest campaign promises keeping illegal immigrants out of the united states house speaker paul ryan says quote it's time for the wall meantime it was another busy day now the daytoday drama at the white house abc's richard cantey reports from dc the white house denying the president from dictated the misleading statements some donald junior gave about last summer sit down with a russian lawyer spokeswoman sarah sanders he certainly didn't dictate that here like i said wade and offered suggestion like any father would give south carolina senator lindsey graham calls it concerning the statement was misleading it was not a crime to issue a you know a misleading press release that a lot of people would go to jail uh but is just not helpful also being denied by the white house assertions in a lawsuit against fox news.
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"The ohio state fair abc's maggie rulli with more on that one authorized called the all a trip to the ohio state fair goes riders on the fireball we're sitting in the air when an entire car breaks off clinging riders down onto the concrete below the seven people died in critical condition and eighteen year old tyler general we investigation on this organizers say the ride past inspection just hours before the accident abc station w s y hacks was there with date inspectors checking of it before the faeroe thing these guys have been doing this and honestly they know these rides butter the we described as an aggressive thrill ride other fares are now cautioning against the fireball north carolina announcing a moratorium across the state and the orange county fair immediately shut down a similar ride back in ohio the state governor has ordered all rise the fair closed until the investigation is complete and additional safety inspections conducted things in life with this accident becomes a terrible terrible tragedy there were heavy rains and flooding the week leading up to that their than inspectors had to work a long night the check the more than seventy rides but state officials insist infection was not rushed maggie rulli abc news new york and this developing story congress has sent the russia's sanctions bill to the president's desk but it is unclear whether he will sign it or veto it it's three money now your come up propel insurance money update from abc news.
"maggie rulli" Discussed on WTMA
"About this the planned activity and response to someone who was a conservative that wanted to speak on a campus last destroy property that's destroy property that's planned that's organized and they still don't think they're wrong for doing it those that were responsible for doing it now you have to i mean fully and completely separate yourself from that and not just stand up and go well we don't we don't condone that because we're not again we're not talking about loan actors in a one one by one by one were talking about people who organized to get they got together to destroy property burn it down because someone that they disagreed with was going to speak on campus well when when you talk about that the only way to get away from that truly separate yourself from that is to stand up as a group as a party in say these are the things we believe in and we're going to fight for this other stuff we has no place in our part eddie when but they're light us route of running when they were challenged for saying all lives matter they should have been in their face it in of the black lives matter ripe one said his are they apologized were liberals we don't we don't defend separatism separatists racist of any form instead they when those to apologize and they said we're sorry for saying all lives matter ha six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye george would widow a radio toll free at eight six six maggie rulli.