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Coronavirus latest: US reports record jump in coronavirus cases

KCBS Radio Weekend News

04:02 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus latest: US reports record jump in coronavirus cases

"Week with staggering numbers of the corona virus globally the number of cases of over nine point six million with more than four hundred ninety thousand deaths in the US even if cases spike in several states including Mississippi and Texas the White House continues to tout its response CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy reports the first task force briefing in more than two months began on a positive note we have made a truly remarkable progress vice president pence then noted a precipitous rise in cases across the south have a societal responsibility Dr Anthony Fauci reiterated the importance of social distancing especially as more young people test positive in the newly emerging hot spots CBS is Paula Reid asked pence whether the president's campaign rallies might contribute to the spread even in a health crisis the American people don't forfeit our constitutional rights Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington in Florida the state department of health reported nearly nine thousand new cases on Friday CBS is Manuel Bojorquez with the latest every day if it's not a record it's close to five thousand cases were reported on Thursday and on Wednesday it was more than fifty five hundred I which had not been seen before now the governor has tried to say that this is because people are returning to work they are getting tested in order to do that and that it's a younger population that is testing positive but a lot of experts that we have spoken with have said that the percentage of positive task is the real concern that out of the pool of people who are tested more and more people are showing up with the virus and that shows that the virus is spreading out much more than just increased testing could account for here and the governor has basically said he is not going to step back re openings and he's not going to close the state again both the governor and the mayor of Miami Dade County had said that they don't necessarily see at this point going back rolling back the re opening they also do not see the way things are right now going forward with the next phase what they would like to see is an increase of enforcement in fact in Miami beach we went along with enforcement officers who are going to the restaurants and trying to make sure that they're following all the re opening guidelines and if they were not we're told that they will shut them down and in fact the names for restaurants that we spoke with when we spoke with them that they had shut down temporarily so right now the the the major leaders here in Florida of the biggest cities and the governor has said that they want to enforce the existing re opening guidelines as opposed to rolling back the re opening but as you start to see more and more cases I spoke to people that were waiting for a test in a long line today they wonder whether the state needs to reconsider the re openings because many of them feel that giving people a chance to get back out there has provided a false sense of security that things are you know are back to normal when indeed the numbers are showing that the virus is doing what it's going to do and that's to spread member what are some of the other states that are seeing spikes in cases Texas has been hard hit in fact are colleagues in Houston I was reporting a hospitalizations there and some icy you beds being at capacity that's a major city yeah of course and also Arizona really hard hit as well I've spoken with doctors there say pointed out that all the patients that he saw that tested for cove it came back positive he said that hasn't happened before so they're very concerned about the capacity of hospitals in Texas and Arizona to be able to handle all the cases that are starting to pop up when you think about the lag time here between testing and people possibly having to seek hospitalization that's what really concerns a lot of them that we may not have seen the peak of hospitalizations in some of those states in Texas and

Coronavirus: Houston ICU's at 97% capacity

KNX Programming

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Coronavirus: Houston ICU's at 97% capacity

"The covert nineteen crisis worsening in Texas as CBS's Manuel Bojorquez reports in Houston the picture is increasingly dire the city's ICU beds are at ninety seven percent capacity according to the mayor and CBS news has learned that if the pace continues Houston's largest medical facility will run out of ice to use space in just four days young people are said to be among some of the hardest hit in terms of the rising coronavirus

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City Of Miami Implementing Mask In Public Rule

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

City Of Miami Implementing Mask In Public Rule

"New York City is entering a new phase of its re opening with restaurants serving people outside an office workers back on the job but many states that have moved quickly to reopen are seeing big surges in corona virus cases CBS is Manuel Bojorquez says Florida and Texas are seeing a record number of infections this afternoon Miami became the latest city to weigh in on the issue we are going to be implementing a mask in public rule everyone will have to be wearing masks in public in Texas the number reached a record for an eleventh consecutive day but governor Greg Abbott does not anticipate a return to lockdown closing down Texas again will always be the last option former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb and I think this week's going to really be a pivotal week for us to get a picture of where things are heading in states like Florida and Arizona and

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DeSantis: Florida will crack down on bars, restaurants not social distancing

Noon Business Hour

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

DeSantis: Florida will crack down on bars, restaurants not social distancing

"The same day New York City enters phase two every opening many businesses in Florida are closing because of a spike in corona virus infections are responded Manuel Bojorquez is in Miami governor Ron DeSantis said he will begin to crack down on bars that are overcrowded and restaurants that are not following social distancing guidelines this comes after the most recent data shows that increasingly young people are testing positive

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Miami - Florida Sees More Than 2,600 New Coronavirus Cases

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Miami - Florida Sees More Than 2,600 New Coronavirus Cases

"Update a new day brings new spikes in corona virus cases six state report a record number of new daily cases Florida is among them correspondent Manuel Bojorquez is in Miami Tuesday Florida governor Ron de Santis dismissed concerns re openings are driving Florida's record breaking run of new coronavirus cases the restaurants have been doing this for for six weeks I mean the idea that that all of a sudden is the reason I'm not sure that that's the case so now we're not shutting down records have been set in Oregon Oklahoma Arizona and Texas as

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Six states report record-breaking increases in new coronavirus cases

Total Information AM

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Six states report record-breaking increases in new coronavirus cases

"Roundup at least six states reported record coronavirus case increases yesterday nineteen have seen numbers go up over the last two weeks one of those states is Florida CBS is Manuel Bojorquez is in Miami Tuesday Florida governor Ron de Santis dismissed concerns re openings are driving Florida's record breaking run of new coronavirus cases restaurants have been doing this for six weeks I mean the idea that that all of a sudden is the reason I'm not sure that that's the case so now we're not shutting down but bars in several cities have started closing on their own after workers and patrons tested positive for the virus including Lynch's pub in Jacksonville seven of its forty nine employees tested positive so did Erica Chris spent ten of her friends after going there for drinks they've all been stuck indoors for months being careful doing everything the right way and then the first night we go out

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Covid cases spike across the country as some leaders deny a second wave

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Covid cases spike across the country as some leaders deny a second wave

"Another day of new coronavirus records in half a dozen states moving toward more pandemic freedoms three a reporting the most cases they've had had in in a a single single day day CBS's CBS's Manuel Manuel Bojorquez Bojorquez Texas Texas all all record record jump jump of of more more than than twenty twenty six six hundred hundred Florida Florida has has reported reported nearly nearly fifteen fifteen thousand thousand new new cases cases over over the the last last ten ten days days but but in in a a Wall Wall Street Street journal journal op op ed ed vice vice president president Mike Mike pence pence called called reports reports of of a a possible possible second second wave wave over over blown blown Florida Florida governor governor Disentis Disentis as new cases are not spread out over the state if you look at that counties that have ten percent or more positivity it's almost always and has agriculture links or prison or jail lane Texas Greg Abbott lays most of the blame on under thirty somethings going mask less New York governor Cuomo among the last two okay re opening announces a new step we're going to allow hospitals to accept visitors at their

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Coronavirus cases rise across U.S. as states reopen

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Coronavirus cases rise across U.S. as states reopen

"There are growing fears a second wave of corona virus may be under way covert nineteen cases have been rising and at least sixteen states since the Memorial Day weekend here's CBS's Manuel Bojorquez Florida is one of the states with infections on the rise more than thirteen hundred new coronavirus cases were reported in the state just today in other states the concern is the strain new cases are putting on hospitals in their resume the hospitals they are running out of beds covert nineteen cases in the U. S. are now approaching two

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Alarming rise in virus cases as states roll back lockdowns

KIRO Nights

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Alarming rise in virus cases as states roll back lockdowns

"As states open up at least sixteen are seeing increases in Copa nineteen infections CBS's Manuel Bojorquez Florida is one of the states with infections on the rise more than thirteen hundred new coronavirus cases were reported in the state just today in other states the concern is the strain new cases are putting on

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Florida emergency officials prepare for hurricane season during pandemic

KCBS Radio Midday News

03:09 min | 6 months ago

Florida emergency officials prepare for hurricane season during pandemic

"Scientists expect this hurricane season to be worse than normal with three to six major hurricanes emergency officials in Florida are trying to prepare but the corona virus pandemic is complicating nearly every aspect of disaster planning CBS is manual Noriega's reports on how emergency officials in Miami are trying to get ready when hurricane Irma slash South Florida in two thousand seventeen emergency managers did what they always do evacuated thousands on buses housing them in large and sometimes crowded shelters this year will be different we will screen people when they come take their temperature absolute standard questions if they have any symptoms symptoms and and we'll we'll ask ask them them if if they they have have been been co co habitation habitation with with somebody somebody that that has has covert covert nineteen nineteen Frank Frank Wallace Wallace in in Miami Miami Dade Dade county's county's director director of of emergency emergency management management says cobit cases will need to be isolated and the county may use hotels government buildings even empty classrooms but he worries that the current social distancing messaging fights the evacuation messaging we've been telling them for so long now that you're safer at home don't congregate stay away from each other but now you're going going to to be be safer safer with with us us for for hurricane hurricane so so you're you're concerned concerned people people would would be be afraid afraid to to go go to to a a shelter shelter because because of of the the virus virus and and in in danger danger of of themselves themselves to to the the storm right that's a that's a concern that we have meanwhile Florida power and light is doing its usual storm prep normally when the power goes out an army of power workers from dozens of states rights to the rescue but traveling health restrictions are already creating issues says Michael Dorrough and F. P. L. vice president we noticed actually early on this year several utilities have been challenged trying to get additional resources in order for them to restore service it will be harder for you to restore power absolutely we anticipate there to be extended restoration times if we were challenged with the right hurricane this year amid a global pandemic Florida's governor has urged the states more than twenty million residents to stock up now if you need flashlights if you need batteries if you need generators that's a tall order for the unemployed more than two million Floridians have filed unemployment claims since mid March like Janet Simon the punch in the gut because I have no money to prepare I have nothing I'm basically trying to survive and buying a little bit here with three kids in an unemployed husband Simon is finally getting some hours at her restaurant job so when it comes to hurricane season do you feel even more vulnerable this year absolutely these storms are getting stronger and stronger from what they're saying that we can expect we're definitely not prepared at all a recent survey by triple a mirror some of the concerns officials have about hurricanes during the pandemic nearly a third of people who responded said they are more concerned about this hurricane season over the last but forty two percent said fear of the virus would make them less likely to evacuate ahead of a major storm that's Manuel Bojorquez reporting for CBS news

Florida emergency officials prepare for hurricane season during pandemic

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Florida emergency officials prepare for hurricane season during pandemic

"And Florida officials say they're getting ready for a pretty active hurricane season CBS's Manuel Bojorquez has been speaking with officials in Miami who say storm preps and evacuation plans have been complicated by the corona virus we will screen people when they come take their temperature absolute standard question Frank Wallace in Miami Dade county's director of emergency management says covert cases will need to be isolated and the county may use hotels government buildings even empty classrooms but he worries that the current social distancing messaging fights the evacuation messaging we've been telling them for so long

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Third suspect charged with murder of Georgia unarmed black jogger

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Third suspect charged with murder of Georgia unarmed black jogger

"There's been a third arrest in connection with the shooting death of an unarmed black man in Brunswick Georgia CBS is bill Recca fifty year old William Roddy Brian says he had nothing to do with the February death of Amman armory but was just filming the deadly encounter the G. B. I. says it's charging Brian with felony murder and criminal contempt to commit false imprisonment also facing charges sixty four year old Gregory Nick Michael and his son thirty four year old Travis McMichael they face charges of felony murder and aggravated assault they claim armory was a suspect in a series of burglaries in the neighborhood when they confronted him more from correspondent Manuel Bojorquez armories family says he was out for a jog when the shooting occurred he was seen on camera entering an open construction site before the confrontation the armories family attorney has pressed for Brian's arrest calling him a co conspirator tonight Brian is behind bars awaiting a court

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Tyson Foods chairman warns 'the food supply chain is breaking'

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Tyson Foods chairman warns 'the food supply chain is breaking'

"The CEO of Tyson foods of the U. S. food supplies in danger because so many workers to process meat have the coronavirus CBS news correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports of farmers say the food meant for schools and restaurants such as rotting in the fields one Florida farmer Sam a curse you saw demand from the food service industry plummet he did what he could with the tomatoes that were ripe for harvesting we've just been given them away what we can but we just simply have too much people could be living off of what we have to throw away the result millions of pounds of Florida tomatoes and squash were left to rot in Idaho farmers are putting out potato pyramids for people to take in

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Florida Tourism Industry Devastated By Pandemic

WCBS Programming

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Florida Tourism Industry Devastated By Pandemic

"Another cruise ship with covert nineteen rock victim's house now docked in Florida the sunshine state's struggling with not only the health crisis but also the economic fallout including the state's southernmost points hotel occupancy in the keys is just seven percent compared to ninety two percent this time last year tourism officials say thousands of hospitality workers are now two weeks without a paycheck imagine down here you worry about hurricanes something like this because hurricanes have a finite beginning and end I've lived here for thirty seven years and business owners are my friends are scared CBS news correspondent Manuel Bojorquez

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2 cruise ships with passengers dock in Miami, Florida

Jay Talking

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

2 cruise ships with passengers dock in Miami, Florida

"Two cruise ships carrying passengers with corona virus have been allowed to dock in southern Florida for some it's the end of a nightmarish Odyssey for others the journey is far from over CBS is Manuel Bojorquez is in Miami after nearly a month said see the Zambians grueling voyage and in port Everglades passenger Val minty couldn't wait for it to be over because the needles and we're so excited about it the Rotterdam which took passengers with no symptoms from the sand dam arrived to a combined twenty three hundred people at one point the sand dam had two hundred reported ill nine positive cove in nineteen cases and four deaths

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Arkansas braces for possible "life-threatening" flooding

The Mike Pintek Show

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas braces for possible "life-threatening" flooding

"Cause we couldn't have asked for more beautiful holiday weatherwise. Not so in the south national weather service is warning of a dangerous and life threatening situation along the Arkansas river CBS's Manuel Bojorquez is in barley, Arkansas near the Oklahoma border. The Arkansas river is expected to rise another three feet over the next several days. This type of flooding is also devastating neighborhoods in this area drone video shows homes and businesses surrounded by water in Fort Smith. The river is expected to crush Wednesday around twenty feet above flood stage breaking record set in nineteen forty five potentially. Catastrophic flooding is expected in some

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Manuel Bojorquez CBS news, Mexico Beach, Florida, a government watchdog has found that FEMA wrongly released to a contractor the personal information of two and a half million survivors of hurricanes and the wine country wildfires in October of twenty seventeen homeland security found the breach occurred when FEMA was working with a contractor that helps provide temporary housing FEMA may have provided names the last four digits of social security numbers Bank, names, electronic funds transfer numbers and Bank transit numbers victims could be vulnerable to identity theft. Police are investigating a stabbing yesterday afternoon on a bar train heading into the fruitvale Bart station. In oakland. Spokeswoman antidote worth says two men got into an argument in one pulled a knife. The victims injuries are considered non-life-threatening station has been closed with trains running through as detective investigated and gathered evidence and the last report the suspect remained at large a Bart police officer was captured on video in two thousand fourteen slamming a drunken woman face first into a floor at Santa Rita jail in Dublin. He was later reprimanded for submitting misleading report about the incident barred officer Nolan piano wrote that he had guided a twenty eight year old Megan she hand to the floor after she tried to strike him during a scuffle. She ends injuries included. Several facial fractures broken teeth lacerations to an eyelid and lip and a concussion acting deputy chief Lance hate said that Piazza's report violated department policy barring officers from making false or misleading statements during the course of a work related and. Investigation piano remains on the Bart police force. And a new device is giving comfort to babies in the ICU. Chris Martinez reports the pacifier that plays lullabies helps little ones he'll and get stronger. Pamela, younger never expected. Her son's life would begin here in the neonatal ICU, but after a rupture of the fetal membrane Braxton Peter came into the world, nearly two months early is a total miracle who was in my office for close to five weeks with no fluids, like many premature babies Braxton Peter's reflexes to suck swallow breathe are not fully developed, so therapists at UCLA Mattel's children's hospital are studying whether music can help babies like him, grow stronger music does so much for our premature infants and for their families music therapist. Jenna ball is one of the creators of the pacifier activated lullaby or pal a device that uses. Music as positive reinforcement to help premature. Infants improve reflexes parents write and record a special lullaby, which is then recorded in the pal the device links to pacify or to a small speaker that's placed next to the child the infant sucks on the pacifier it gently plays the song and then stops after the infants stop sucking hearing. Their parents voices is a big incentive for babies. Researchers say seventy percent of infants who used the pal improved their use of a pacifier which can lead to better ability to feed and shorter hospital. Stays in from this to this Pamela says the device also helps her feel closer to her son knowing he's being soon and has less stress when she has to be away from him at work, very.

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Kennedy Space Center, Spacex And Atlantic discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Kennedy Space Center, Spacex And Atlantic discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"Him success for SpaceX. The SpaceX crew dragon made a perfect splashdown in the Atlantic today. After a flight to the international space station CBS. News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez us at the Kennedy Space Center, the goal is not only for these private companies to demonstrate that they can work with NASA and get astronauts into space from us soil. But also, it's a step forward or commercial space travel. There's no secret here that they're not only thinking of eventually sending up astronauts, but they'd like to send paying customers up into space as well when they can show that they can do it safely and with reusable rockets today marked the first time in almost exactly fifty years at a capsule designed to carry astronauts returned from space by plopping into the Atlantic. Apollo nine splashdown near the Bahamas on March thirteenth nineteen sixty

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Caracas, President And Interim President discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Caracas, President And Interim President discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"News. There is a showdown tonight at the border of Colombia and Venezuela involving tractor trailers filled with humanitarian aid is part of a much larger dispute the US wants Venezuela's president out and is recognised an opposition leader as interim president Manuel Bojorquez tonight is in Caracas. Truckloads of food and supplies arrived at the Venezuelan border with Colombia today. But the message from President Nicolas Maduro on one highway stay out, even though families like any young sees in Caracas desperately need it

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"By the conservators staff to tranquilize animal, multiple temps to no avail. Shelters like conservatives center are regulated by the ACA which accredits zoos, but they are licensed with the USDA under the animal welfare act. Jennifer, Ireland of the North Carolina zoo in Ashburn says protocols are in place there to ensure security when we work with dangerous animals such as lions we always have two people making sure that all the locks are locked that all the proper doors are closed and all the people are accounted for before moving animals into spaces or four. We enter any space that any animal was just in the center houses eighty animals, including fourteen other African lions it is closed indefinitely pending that internal investigation. It's workers shattered by grief Jenner champion. CBS news Burlington North Carolina zoo near Orlando is under investigation after a two year old girl apparently entered a white rhino exhibit correspondent Manuel Bojorquez has more from the Brevard zoo. Keith Winston is the zoos executive director. We think at least one of them. Probably made contact with our snout, and then mom hurt her arm. Pulling the baby out a child's shoe could be seen in the enclosure after her parents plucked her out and crews rushed to the hospital. In a statement, the family said she is now doing well. Winston says it's the first time and the rhino encounters nine year history. Something like this has happened. Is there pressure for zoos to make exhibits? More interactive in order to keep visitors coming in. I I think it's the wrong idea. Today's world where kids spend so much time on technology when they're rarely outside. Really? It's our duty to get people connected with nature. The clearly hear something might have to change. I think we can make it better. We always can the rhino encounters program has been suspended while officials review safety procedures they tell us the rhinos involved were not harmed and will not be euthanized Manuel Bojorquez CBS news. Melbourne, florida. Meanwhile, one family's pet badly burned by a California wildfire is getting pioneering new treatment. Here's correspondent, Jamie Yuccas. When the campfire broke out in paradise Mindy and Curtis stark were three thousand miles away from their eight year old Boston terrier mix. Olivia. I can't imagine what she saw. Or what she did? Did you think that elevator was gone? I thought she perished we really expected the worst because no one could get to her their house was left an ashtray police finally found Olivia nearly a week later. This darks reunited with their dog and a local clinic, but she was severely burned has such extensive injuries. Not only tour pas, but her sides second and third degree burns. So it was quite painful for her. So Jimmy Peyton at the UC Davis veterinary medical teaching hospital decided to treat a Livia in a highly unusual way with fish skins. She attached to lobbyist skins packed with high levels of college into the wounds allowing them to heal better and faster while reducing the need for painful. Bandaged changes or provides protection and pain relief covering all those open nerve endings as well as providing an area for the skin cells to actually grab on and move across to help heal a wind Heaton initially US Fish skins to treat bears and amount line burned in wildfires. But this is the first time the procedure has been performed on pets. There hasn't been a true standard of care for treating. Burns and veterinary medicine, we have to find better ways to treat. These patients. Weeks later Olivia's wounds are healing. We see our our dog. Now, she's she's got her personality back. They took a layer off the sadness giving hope to the Starks and their beloved pooch as they all gradually get back on their feet. Jamie Yuccas CBS news, Oroville, California. Expect to pay more at the pharmacy this year higher prices on hundreds of drugs. The average increase more than six percent allergen raising the price of dozens of its strikes nearly ten percent. Some of the steepest price rises affect some generics. Which account for nine out of ten prescriptions in the US drugmakers citing all sorts of rationales, but despite growing political pressure to keep costs to consumers down the Wall Street Journal notes, drug price rises continue to exceed inflation. Vicki Barker CBS news, the four flung new horizons space probe is sending back new images of the celestial body ultima Tuli with the backing of a superstar a frozen world one billion miles beyond Pluto. This is part of what went into this amazing success of it astounded the new horizon science team, including PHD astrophysicists, Brian May you're seeing an object here which has been untouched since the dawn of the creation of the solar system. Doctor may a sir Isaac Newton lookalike is.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Piper. Tropical storm, Gordon could become the continental US has first hurricane. If it gained strength over the Gulf of Mexico overnight more from correspondent Manuel Bojorquez. As Gordon moves into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The concern is it could strengthen the four making landfall again warnings are now up for coastal sections of the Florida, panhandle. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana New Orleans. Mayor Letizia Cantrell says emergency response plans have been activated. We've got the pumps and power. We believe we need again to be safe and protect our residents, President Trump's newest supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is expected to face punishing questioning from Democrats this week. Some two dozen witnesses are lined up to argue for and against confirming him in hearings which start Tuesday Cavanaugh will be tested by Democrats on two key issues. Presidential power and abortion rights. Democrats say Kavanagh's writings have suggested the president is immune from criminal investigation or prosecution. They were Kevin opinions could come into play. If President Trump is indicted, and Democrats are also concerned Cavanaugh could be the vote conservatives. Need to overturn Roe versus Wade. That's correspondent Steve Dorsey. The Taliban says the Afghan Connie network, founder Jolla Luton had Connie an ex US ally. Turned enemy has died after years of failing health, the Connie network was declared a terrorist organization by the US in twenty twelve CBS news military analyst, Mike Lyons death of this leader. Now, there could be a new change in the economy network, but it's still remain very much aligned with both Al Qaeda as well as the Taliban Nike says Colin Kaepernick will be one of its athletes featured in a new ad campaign. Celebrating thirty years of the company's iconic slogan. Just do it. The former forty nine ers quarterback was the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem, which brought protests nationwide branding expert. Alan Adamson, you try to not ruffle any feathers on any group. You're going to be invisible today. So they have to decide what they stand for is a company what their employee's wanna stand for. And when they take a stand there were gonna get static. But. They expect to get static. So he didn't expect it. They wouldn't have done it. When the former Roseanne show premiers now called the Connors, its former star Roseanne Barr tells the rabbi shmole podcast, she's moving out of the country. Go to Israel for a few months and study with my favorite teachers over there. And that's where I'm gonna go and probably most more there. She was fired by ABC after she went on Twitter tirade making racial comments the Connors premieres next month. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Three at the bay area's news station. KCBS partly cloudy overnight, some patchy fog mostly overcast in the morning, but then the sun will break through with another nice day it evening, I'm Curtis. Cam. Over your Labor Day has been great one. Here is what's happening hotel workers took to the streets this Labor Day. And according to Scott, Terry they were in downtown.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on WWL

"Tropical storm, Gordon could become the continental US has first hurricane. If it gained strength over the Gulf of Mexico overnight more from correspondent Manuel Bojorquez as Gordon moves into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The concern is it could strengthen the four making landfall again warnings are now up for coastal sections of the Florida, panhandle. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana New Orleans. Mayor Letizia Cantrell says emergency response plans have been activated. We've got the pumps and power. We believe we need again to be safe and protect our residents, President Trump's newest supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is expected to face punishing questioning from Democrats this week. Some two dozen witnesses are lined up to argue four and against confirming him in hearings which start Tuesday Cavanaugh will be tested by Democrats on two key issues. Presidential. Power and abortion rights. Democrats say Kavanagh's writings have suggested the president is immune from criminal investigation or prosecution. They were Kevin Neal's opinions could come into play. If President Trump is indicted, and Democrats are also concerned Cavanaugh could be the vote conservatives need to overturn Roe versus Wade. That's correspondent Steve Dorsey. The Taliban says the Afghan Connie network, founder John Lewis had Connie and ex US ally. Turned enemy has died after years of failing health the network was declared a terrorist organization by the US in twenty twelve CBS news military analyst, Mike lions, Rick the death of this leader. Now, there could be a new change in the economy network, but it's still remained very much aligned with both Al Qaeda as well as the Taliban Nike says Colin Kaepernick will be one of its athletes featured in a new ad campaign. Celebrating thirty years of the company's iconic slogan. Just do it. The former forty Niners quarterback was the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem. Which brought protests nationwide branding expert. Alan adamson. You try to not ruffle any feathers on any group. You're going to be invisible today. So they have to decide what they stand for is a company what their employees wanna stand for. And when they take a stand they were gonna get static. But they expect to get static. They didn't expect it. They wouldn't have done it. When the former Roseanne show premiers now called the Connors, its former star Roseanne Barr tells the rabbi shmole podcast, she's moving out of the country. Go to Israel for a few months and study with my favorite teachers over there. And that's what I'm gonna go and probably most more there. She was fired by ABC after she.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Tropical storm, Gordon could become the continental US is first hurricane. If it gained strength over the Gulf of Mexico overnight more from correspondent Manuel Bojorquez. As Gordon moves into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The concern is it could strengthen for making landfall again warnings are now up for coastal sections of the Florida, panhandle. Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana New Orleans mayor La Toya Cantrell says emergency response plans have been activated. We've got the pumps and power. We believe we need again to be safe and protect our residents, President Trump's newest supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh is expected to face punishing questioning from Democrats this week. Some two dozen witnesses are lined up to argue for and against confirming him in hearings which start Tuesday Cavanaugh will be tested by Democrats on two key issues. Presidential power and abortion rights. Democrats say Kevin writings have suggested the president is immune from criminal investigation or prosecution. They worry Kevin Neal's opinions could come into play. If President Trump is indicted, and Democrats are also concerned Cavanaugh could be the vote conservatives. Need to overturn Roe versus Wade. That's correspondent Steve Dorsey. The Taliban says the Afghan Connie network, founder Jolla Luton had Connie an ex US ally. Turned enemy has died after years of fading health. The county network was declared a terrorist organization by the US in twenty twelve CBS news military analyst, Mike Lyons death of this leader. Now, there could be a new change in the economy network, but it's still remain very much aligned with both Al Qaeda as well as the Taliban Nike says Colin Kaepernick will be one of its athletes featured in a new ad campaign. Celebrating thirty years of the company's iconic slogan. Just do it. The former forty Niners quarterback was the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem, which brought protests nationwide branding expert. Alan Adamson, you try to not ruffle any feathers on any group. You're going to be invisible today. So they have to decide what they stand for as a company what their employees want to stand for. And when they take a stand there gonna get static. But. They expect to get static. They didn't expect it. They wouldn't have done it. When the former Roseanne show premiers now called the Connors, its former star Roseanne Barr tells their rabbi shmole podcast, she's moving out of the country. Go to Israel for a few months and study with my favorite teachers over there. And that's what I'm gonna go and probably most more there. She was fired by ABC after she went on Twitter tirade making racial comments the Connors premieres next month. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. Seventy seven degrees at twelve. Oh three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. A Carrollton couple found dead today. Police believe it's a murder suicide about four o'clock Monday afternoon. Neighbors heard a fight and a gunshot inside a home in the oak hills neighborhood police arrived, they heard another gunshot the swat team could not establish communications with anybody inside the home. They used a drone go inside. And that's when the couple's bodies were discovered friends remembering a Dallas man who died after falling off one of those electric scooters over the weekend Saturday night twenty four year old Jacoby stone. King was on a line bike scooter riding home when police say he fell off at the scene. The scooter was found cracked in half. The details of the accident are unclear but stone kings suffered a head injury was rushed to the hospital after several surgeries. He died his longtime friend and roommate Kenneth Moore says Jacoby was love. Loved by everyone. He met. We got really close moved in about three and a half years ago four years ago. Rebate, and we worked together and everything. So. Together, his ex girlfriend called him. The most genuine person she's ever been with stone king, we'll have his organs donated and then be cremated. A ceremony will be held this weekend line bike has yet to respond to a request for comment. Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty care will the plano, man. Indicted for sexually assaulting two young girls at two different locations. Tree Sean Robinson being held on one hundred thousand dollar bond. Police say Robinson groped one girl in a grocery store in may and took inappropriate pictures of another girl at an apartment swimming pool in June..

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Scholar and athlete cats was a minor during the time of a psychological, treatment so. Investigators are trying to determine whether that would have raised any red flags during, his, gun purchases, Manuel Bojorquez CBS news Jacksonville Florida. A white former Texas police, officer has been sentenced to fifteen. Years in, prison for killing an, unarmed black. Teen in April two thousand seventeen we did we did a. Visibly emotional, Odell Edwards held back. Tears the father of fifteen year old Jordan Edwards overwhelmed by the verdict we the. Jury unanimously find the defendant guilty of murder after nearly two. Weeks of testimony a jury convicted former bald springs police officer ROY Oliver. Of killing the unarmed team body camera video from the night of the shooting. Shows Oliver and his partner responding to, allow House party Oliver told the investigators he heard gunshots saw car headed towards his partner, and feared for his partners life Then fired five shots into the vehicle hitting Edwards in the head and killing him but the body Cam video. Showed the car driving away. From the officers and. Oliver's former partner testified that he never felt he. Was in danger gonna tell you, right now, those jurors are courageous, jasmine Crockett is an attorney for the Edwards family, it was a, guilty on murder not manslaughter not some lesser included but on murder Did, you see, on the TV that, this is happy Nothing ever happens during Oliver, sentencing hearing Edward's stepmother. Charmaine. Spoke directly to the. Jury and, I'm forever grateful. Mitch I'll sing your heart see the it was wrong Thankful But once I mean it doesn't bring Jordan, back but we have some kind of closure Omar, Villafranca CBS, news, Dallas a Guatemalan woman is planning to sue the US government after she says her baby died after getting sick and Texas immigration, facility they entered the country illegally back in March seeking. Asylum she had an amazing smile and chubby. Cheeks she had never had any serious medical conditions or any chronic medical conditions of any kind. She she was, a she was a healthy kid lawyers for. Yasmine what is her? Daughter mudiay was examining cleared for custody by medical staff at the south Texas family residential center in. March what is his? Lawyer Stanton Jones says within days the toddler developed respiratory infection after sharing a room with other. Children some of whom were. Sick what started with a cough and congestion and runny nose turned into intermittent. Fevers sometimes spiking Hi as over one, hundred and four degrees lawyers say medical. Sapper prescribed, an antibiotic, Tylenol, and Honey among other treatments but mighty as health continued to decline the medical care that mightier received inside dilly was woefully inadequate, neglectful and sub-standard legal papers filed Tuesday was still sick. When she and her mother were released to. Live with family in New Jersey hours later the child was admitted to the hospital six and. A half weeks, later mudiay died is declined to comment on. Mondays as case do? Depending litigation but in a statement the agency says it takes very seriously the health safety and.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And athlete cats was a minor during the time of a psychological treatment, so investigators are trying to determine whether that would have raised any red. Flags, during. His gun, purchases Manuel Bojorquez CBS news Jacksonville. Florida a white former, Texas police officer has been, sentenced to fifteen years in prison. For killing. An unarmed black teen in April twenty seventeen redid we did. A visibly, emotional Odell Edwards held, back tears the father of fifteen year old Jordan Edwards overwhelmed by the verdict we. The jury unanimously find the defendant guilty of murder after nearly. Two weeks of testimony a jury convicted former bald springs police officer ROY. Oliver of killing unarmed teen body camera video from the night of the shooting. Shows Oliver and his partner responding to, allow House party Oliver told the investigators he heard gunshots. Saw car headed towards, his, partner, and feared for his partners life then fired five shots into the vehicle hitting Edwards in the head, and killing him but, the body Cam. Video showed the car driving away from the officers and. Oliver's former partner testified that he never felt he was in danger. I'm gonna tell you right now those jurors are courageous boys jasmine Crockett is an attorney, for the, Edwards family it was a guilty, on, murder not manslaughter not, some lesser included but on murder slowing times did you see on, the TV that this is happened And nothing ever, happens during, Oliver sentencing hearing Edwards, stepmother Charmaine spoke directly to. The jury and I'm grateful Mitch I'll sing your heart Soc-. The it was wrong Thankful because once I mean, it doesn't bring Jordan back but we have some kind, of closure, Omar, via franca CBS news Dallas a Guatemalan woman is planning to sue the US government after she says her baby died after getting, sick and Texas immigration facility they entered the country illegally. Back in March seeking asylum she had an. Amazing smile and chubby cheeks she had never had any serious medical conditions or any chronic medical. Conditions of any, kind she she was a she was a. Healthy kid lawyers for Yasmine what is say her daughter was examining cleared for custody by medical staff at the south Texas. Family residential center in? March what is his lawyer Stanton Jones says within days the toddler developed a respiratory infection after sharing. A room with other children. Some of whom were sick what started with a cough and congestion and runny nose turned into intermittent Fevers sometimes spiking as high as over one, hundred and four degrees lawyers say medical sap prescribed an, antibiotic Tylenol, an, Honey among other treatments but mighty as health continued to decline the medical care that mightier received inside dilly was woefully inadequate neglectful, and sub-standard legal papers filed Tuesday say Monday was still. Sick when she and her mother were released. To live with family in New Jersey hours later the child was admitted to the hospital six. And a half, weeks later mudiay died is declined to comment. On Mondays case do pending litigation but in a statement the agency says it takes very seriously the health safety and welfare. Of those in our? Care including providing access to necessary and appropriate medical care TI's mean Justice means more than just money. Nothing can ever bring her. Daughter back but she wants to make sure that this never happens again Correspondent Maria VR AL reporting up next powerful. Storm is taking aim for Japan said by. Warm ocean waters Jeb is expected to, morph into a super typhoon on the CBS news weekend roundup.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Athlete, cats was a minor. During the time of a psychological treatment so investigators are trying to determine whether. That would have raised any red flags during his gun purchases Manuel Bojorquez CBS, news, Jacksonville Florida, a white former Texas police officer. Has been sentenced to, fifteen years in prison for killing an unarmed black teen. In April. Two thousand seventeen we did we did a visibly emotional. Odell Edwards, held back tears the father, of fifteen year old Jordan Edwards overwhelmed by the verdict we the jury unanimously find the. Defendant guilty of murder after nearly two weeks. Of testimony a jury convicted former, bald springs police officer ROY Oliver of. Killing the unarmed teen body camera video from the night of the shooting shows. Oliver and his partner responding to allow House party Oliver, told the investigators he heard gunshots saw car headed towards his partner, and feared for his partners life Then fired five shots into the vehicle hitting Edwards in the head and killing in but the body Cam video. Showed the car driving away from. The officers and Oliver's former. Partner testified that he never felt he was in. Danger I'm gonna tell you right, now those, jurors are courageous boys, jasmine Crockett is. An attorney for the Edwards family it was a, guilty on murder, not manslaughter not some lesser included but on murder so many times Did you see, on the TV. That this happened Nothing ever happens during Oliver sentencing, hearing Edward's stepmother Charmaine spoke directly to the jury. And I'm grateful niche out seen in your heart See, the wrong thankful because once I mean it doesn't bring Jordan back but we have some kind of closure Omar Villafranca CBS news, Dallas a Guatemalan woman is planning to sue the US. Government after she says her baby died after. Getting sick and Texas immigration facility they enter the country illegally back in March seeking asylum she. Had an amazing, smile and chubby cheeks she had never had. Any serious medical conditions or any chronic medical conditions of any kind she she was a she was a healthy kid lawyers. For Yasmin what say? Her daughter mudiay was examining cleared for custody by medical staff at the south Texas family residential center. In March what is his. Lawyers Stanton Jones says within days the toddler developed a. Respiratory infection after sharing a room, with other children. Some of whom were sick what, started with a cough and congestion and runny nose Knows turned into, intermittent fevers sometimes spiking is high as. Over one, hundred and, four, degrees lawyer say medical sap prescribed an antibiotic Tylenol and Honey among other treatments but mighty as health continued to decline the medical. Care that mightier received inside dilly was woefully inadequate neglectful. And sub-standard legal papers filed Tuesday say was. Still sick when she and her mother will release to live with family in New Jersey hours. Later the child, was admitted to the hospital six and a. Half weeks later died is declined to comment on Mondays as case pending litigation but in a statement the agency says it. Takes very seriously the? Health safety and welfare of those in our care including providing access to necessary and appropriate medical care. TI's mean Justice means more. Than just money nothing can ever bring her daughter back But she. Wants to make sure, that this never happens again correspondent Maria.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Was a minor during the time of a psychological treatment. So investigators are trying to determine whether that would have raised any red flags during his gun purchases. Manuel Bojorquez CBS news, Jacksonville, Florida, a white former Texas police officer has been sentenced to. A fifteen years in prison for killing an unarmed black teen in April. Two thousand seventeen we did we did a visibly emotional Odell Edwards held back. Tears the father of fifteen year old Jordan Edwards overwhelmed by the verdict we the jury. Unanimously find the defendant guilty of murder after nearly two weeks. Of testimony a jury convicted. Former bald springs police officer ROY Oliver of killing the unarmed teen body camera video from. The night of the shooting shows Oliver and his partner responding to allowed house party Oliver told the. Investigators he heard gunshots, saw, car, headed towards his partner and feared for his partners life Then fired five shots into the vehicle hitting. Edwards in the head and killing but the body Cam video showed the car driving away, from the, officers and Oliver's former partner testified, that, he never felt he was, in danger I'm gonna tell you right now those jurors are courageous, jasmine Crockett is an attorney for the words. Family it was a, guilty on murder, not manslaughter not some lesser included but on murder so many times Did you see, on the TV. That this happened And. Nothing ever happens during Oliver sentencing hearing, Edward's stepmother Scher main spoke directly to the jury and I'm forever grateful Mitch out. Seeing your heart to see the it was wrong Thankful because once I mean it doesn't bring Jordan back but we, have some kind of closure Omar Villafranca CBS news Dallas. Guatemalan woman is planning to sue the US. Government after she says her baby died after getting sick in Texas immigration facility they entered the. Country illegally back, in March seeking asylum she had an amazing. Smile and chubby cheeks she had never had any serious medical conditions or any chronic medical conditions of any kind she she was. A she was a? Healthy kid lawyers for Yasmine what is say her daughter mudiay was examining cleared for custody by medical. Staff at the south Texas. Family residential center in March what is his lawyer Stanton Jones says, within days the toddler developed a respiratory, infection after sharing. A room with other children some of, whom were sick what started with, a cough and congestion and runny. Nose turned into But in a statement, the agency says it takes very seriously the health safety and welfare of those in our care, including providing access to necessary and appropriate medical care to Yasmine Justice means more than just money. Nothing can ever bring her daughter back, but she wants to make sure that this never happens again correspondent Monday, AL reporting up. Next, a powerful storm is taking aim for Japan said by warm ocean, waters, Chevy is expected to morph into a super typhoon on the CBS news weekend roundup..

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Impossible The son of a bus driver becoming mayor of the capital city I was the only non millionaire in the race and that was no slight. To any of my opponents but to, simply, say that it means something to have had the experience of what it meant to watch your mother and father trade between which bills they could pay before something I. Cut off in picking Gillam Florida democratic voters abandoned. The traditional strategy of playing to the center and took a hard left kill supports Medicare. For all abolishing, immigration and customs enforcement and impeaching President Trump so. Next governor is big, endorsement Senator Bernie. Sanders a complete one eighty, from the man who helped propel Grandes. Santa's to the Republican nomination the president himself Ron loves playing with. The kids build the wall. He's policies to Santa's has fully embraced our taxes. Have been cut and the. Red tape has been reduced I'd say that's pretty good work for a year and a half so let's keep it going the. Gloves are already off President Trump, called gay Guillem of failed, socialist on Twitter today Republicans plan to use an. FBI investigation of Tallahassee, municipal government against. Gillam though he's not directly, been named a subject Democrats will likely. Use this comment by Disentis today some racist the last thing we. Need to do is to. Monkey this by trying to embrace a socialist agenda Today his campaign said it would be quote absurd to. Characterize those comments as racist our request to interview to Santa's was declined Gillam called those remarks beneath the intelligence of, Floridians John, Manuel Bojorquez for us thanks man Manuel at his weekly, audience, at the Vatican pope Francis spoke of his recent trip to Ireland, and lamented the pain caused by the church's sex abuse scandal he did not. Mention allegations by the Vatican's former ambassador to the, US the Francis new, of sex abuse by cardinal Theodore McCarrick but. Did nothing today the former ambassador archbishop Carlo vegan, oh said. He made the accusation not out of revenge against the pope but out of love for the church Coming up how battle on the high seas fishermen, out, for each other's scallops and later on the CBS evening news deadly, collapse at a construction site near DisneyWorld Six forty five at WCBS.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Shooter who lost during a Madden NFL nineteen gaming, tournament on Sunday and Jacksonville Florida then returned with gun and. Fired shots into the crowd we get the story from CBS. News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez shots rang out at this Jacksonville mall people initially thought it was firecrackers or balloons popping because no one expected a shooter were turn up out of qualifying. Event for video game tournament but the panic then sat, in and people were trampled rushing for the exits games On Wall Street is not A live stream from the event shows what appears to be a red dot flash across one of the players chests seconds before the first shots ring out Pop up. Up up a leg didn't stop the first. Nine one one calls came in at one thirty four pm local time police rushed to the Jacksonville. Landing, mall, there were three deceased. Individuals at the scene one. Of those being the suspect who took his life for, the, suspected shooter was identified as. David Katz David Katz keeps to himself. He's a man of business a one time Madden tournaments champions known by his gamertag bred cats lost in yesterday's tournament then as Allston played against beat them Went to his. Hand telling the game and he just looked at me and say anything I can never see his face because all I could see was was the flash from the muzzle. Of the gun and I knew right away, and Tony, Montenegro also, competed in yesterday's tournament the, father of. Two was shot in his lower back and. Leg told me that I was going to get a shot playing a video game I to call. You, liar, he says when the. Shooting started he immediately dropped. To the floor my phone is on the ledge probably, about, ten feet in front of. Me and all I can, think about Is is getting my phone Contests This let them know I care about the that's the most helpless. Feeling in the world Sports the makers of the Madden video. Game series issued a statement expressing its condolences in calling. The shooting they quote senseless act of violence that we strongly condemn. The NFL has also said that it is shocked and deeply saddened all of the nine people who are ended. Are in stable condition that CBS news correspondent Manuel Bojorquez market preview take a, look at your, money, at, the, Bloomberg. Business us coming up next double double Genucel nine three fifty four To do reminders without the. Sound bites Johns if you.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"A manslaughter charge has. Followed a closely watched shooting this began with a dispute over a parking spot the sheriff initially refused to. Arrest the shooter saying he was protected by stand your ground laws more on this now, from Manuel Bojorquez today's arrest of Michael Drako was what twenty eight. Year, old. Marquees McLachlan's family had been demanding for weeks Michael McLaughlin is his father. Who was something they should have been done three weeks ago but I'm just glad, that The, shooting happened last month surveillance video shows mcglockton pushing Drako to the ground after, Drako confronted mcglockton girlfriend Brittany Jacobs over. A handicapped parking space that's when Drake pulled out a gun according. To the charging document mcglockton immediately backed up when he saw the weapon and turn towards the store as he turns, away from Michael. Drako Michael Drako fires one shot mcglockton was hit in the chest and ran into the store collapsing in front of his. Five year old son he did. Not have a weapon the Pinellas county sheriff had initially set the shooting was justified as self defense due to Florida's, stand your, ground law family attorney Michelle Rainer calls Drako. A cold blooded murderer how do you count for the difference between the sheriff's initial response to this and what the state? Attorney, is now saying well I can't speculate on what the sheriff state of mind with the state attorneys who do this day in and day out who try these kind of cases and who plied the law to the facts decided that Ground was, not applicable There is a memorial for MC Lockton here. At the parking spot our attempts to reach Michael Drako after the shooting, have gone on answered he could be arraigned tomorrow. On a manslaughter charge that carries a maximum sentence of, thirty, years in prison Jeff Manuel Bojorquez tonight on the scene of where. This happened many thanks there are new details tonight about the fate of one of the children found at a New Mexico desert compound raided by. Police ten days ago this came today to court hearing for five adults arrested on eleven, counts of child abuse Mark Strauss minutes there This is an, extraordinary case at the bond hearing for Suraj Hodge. And four others prosecutors presented disturbing update about his son, three year old Abdul Ghani whose body was found buried on this apocalyptic. Looking compound authorities rated last week other children found their told investigators the boy died during a religious ritual some of the children have stated that. These rituals were intended to cast out demonic spirits from Abu Ghani's body all five defendants, knew about these. Rituals The children also said they were instructed how. To use, firearms and how to clear rooms in, case police Cantu the compound one child was. Armed when, police arrived this was their ramshackle? Home? A, trailer buried, almost to the roof in. The desert, in all this filth and behind. This six foot wall of tires authorities also found shell casings gun manuals and books. Written Arabic couldn't pay me enough money to spend one night in near Jason and Tanya badger own the land with the home side he says. He told us authorities back in, April a missing boy was living on. His property I mean what other could you possibly need authorities insist they investigated but lacked evidence in public defenders. Say prosecutors are over hyping the case Prosecutors say police recovered not only. Weapons here, but a CD detailing how to build, untraceable assault rifle and a manual on weapons. Training Jeff, remember remember those explosive allegations about? Kids being, trained how, to become school shooters will. Thirties have, yet to detail any.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Garrett thank you. Very. Much Omarosa manigault Newman will be interview tomorrow on CBS. This morning In Florida today a manslaughter charge has followed a closely watched shooting this began with. A dispute over a parking spot the sheriff initially refused to arrest the shooter, saying he was protected by stand your ground laws more on this now, from Manuel Bojorquez, today's. Arrest, of Michael. Drako was what twenty. Eight. Year old marquees McLachlan's family had been demanding for weeks Michael mcglockton is his father it was something that should have been done three weeks ago but I'm just glad that the shooting, happened last month surveillance video shows mcglockton. Pushing Drako to the ground after Drako confronted McLachlan's girlfriend Brittany Jacobs. Over a handicapped parking space that's when Drake pulled out a gun according to the charging document mcglockton immediately backed up, when he saw. The weapon and turn towards the store as he turns away from Michael Drako Michael Drako fires one shot mcglockton was hit. In the chest and ran into. The store collapsing in front of his five year old son he did not have a weapon the Pinellas county sheriff, had initially, set the shooting was justified as self defense. Due to Florida's stand your ground law family attorney Michelle Rainer calls Drako a cold blooded murderer how do you count for, the, difference between the sheriff's initial response to this and what the state attorney is now saying well I can't speculate on what the sheriff state of mind with. The state attorneys who do. This day in and day out who try these kind of, cases And who plied the law to the facts decided that stand your ground was not applicable There is a memorial for MC Lockton here. At the parking spot our attempts to reach Michael. Drako after the shooting have gone unanswered he could be, arraigned, tomorrow on a manslaughter charge that carries a maximum sentence of thirty. Years in prison Jeff Manuel Bojorquez tonight on the scene of where this happened many thanks there are new details tonight about the. Fate of children found at a New Mexico desert compound raided by police ten days ago, this came today to. Court hearing for five adults arrested on eleven counts of child abuse Mark. Strauss. Minutes there this is an extraordinary case at the bond hearing for Suraj and four others prosecutors presented a disturbing update about his son three year old Abdul. Ghani whose body was found buried, on this apocalyptic looking compound of Saudis, rated last week other children found their told investigators the boy, died during a religious ritual some of the Children have stated that these rituals were intended. To cast out demonic spirits from, Abdul Ghani's body all five defendants knew. About these rituals The children also said they. Were instructed how to use. Firearms and how to clear rooms in case police Cantu the compound one child was armed when police arrived this was their. Ramshackle home a trailer buried almost to the roof in the. Desert in all this filth and behind this six foot wall of tires authorities also found shell casings gun manuals and books, written Arabic, he couldn't pay me enough money to, spend one night near Jason and Tanya badger. Own the, land where the home? Side he says he told? Us, authorities back in April a missing boy. Was living, on his property I mean what other will cause could you possibly need authorities insist they investigated that lacked evidence and, public defenders. Say prosecutors are over hyping the case Prosecutors say police recovered not only weapons here but a CD detailing how to build an untraceable assault rifle and, a manual, on weapons training Jeff remember remember those, explosive allegations about kids being trained how to. Become school, shooters aurthorities have yet? To detail any of that? Such, crazy case right marks Rosman on the. Scene in, New Mexico tonight Mark thank you Still ahead on the CBS evening news the Baltimore officer seen in this viral video is an, officer. No more Up next is Google searching for you Let's get a check of traffic and transit still have some delays on the westbound Schuylkill expressway from Gulf mills to the approach to all because of a crash still. Off to the shoulder is an ambulance a tow truck police are there on, the scene attracted. Some, attention eastbound side the seventy six again they reopened it at two zero two from all that mud from the earlier flooding, was shut down for over eight. Hours but in all lanes are open. Ninety five looks great in both directions no. Problems to report on four. Seventy six the blue route in Delaware you're jammed on four. Ninety five south of the Philadelphia pike only. The left lane gets by New Jersey looks good on forty two. And two. Ninety five mass transit reporting no delays I'm just dropping in the TruMark financial twenty four hour. Traffic center in. Spiro urgent care centers make things simple we let you get ahead by. Checking in remotely from wherever.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"It's just terrible the tyler said filed a lawsuit against the clinic and the cell surgical network with which it's affiliated they claim the risk of danger from the procedure outweighs the existent benefits of therapy with no evidence of therapeutic value i often referred to these cells is magical cells despite sales pitches by the founders of cell surgical network they are capable of fixing anything the fda has not approved the treatments the georgia clinic that treated doors tyler declined to comment federal regulators advise those considering stem cell treatments to ask if the fda has reviewed the treatment and to make sure they understand all of the known wrists before signing the consent form to participate in any clinical trial cbs manuel bojorquez reporting starting may thirty first when it comes to space travel if one thing doesn't get you another just might when the sun is quiet for example it let's end more radiation from outside the solar system a recent study in fact said the level of cosmic rays could jump by as much as thirty percent in a few years when the sun is at its quietest cosmic rays are energetic particles from exploding stars and other objects they can damage a spacecraft's electronics perhaps even knocking the craft out they also can harm any human occupants increasing the risk of organ damage and cancer when the sun is active it's wins and magnetic field act as a shield against cosmic rays they keep most of them from reaching the inner solar system but the sun's activity changes over a period of eleven years at its peak it produces a lot of dark sunspots and big outbursts of energy and particles these activities also can endanger electronics and people but they keep the cosmic rays at bay at its lowest point though the sun is quiet so many more cosmic rays get through the last couple of cycles have been unusually quiet with the low points especially so at the same time observations from an instrument on a moon orbiting satellite have shown that the number of cosmic rays has been jumping faster than expected as a result the level of cosmic rays could jump by up to thirty percent at the next solar minimum another hazard for the dangerous business of spaceflight starting on w j is made possible by cranbrook institute of science there metro detroit explores the natural wonders of the universe through changing exhibits programs and planetarium shows now a bloomberg business report from the suburban cadillac buick business.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of becoming a lawyer or car was crushed by the footbridge manuel bojorquez is in miami again tonight manny jeff today crews carried out the painstaking work of breaking apart massive slabs of concrete while at the same time trying to delicately remove the bodies of those who died this surveillance video shows the moment the nine hundred fifty tons of concrete and steel collapsed donald crushing at least a vehicles and shearing others in half people jumped out of cars and ran out of offices to help including dr rebecca martinez who spoke with correspondent david begg know about one rescue man that was bleeding from the face building our and and saying please don't leave me placed don't leave me what were you never forget how desperate that man was today miami dade police director want res said crews could find more bodies in the rubble a we just want to find out water kurt what caused this collapse to occur and people to die this afternoon crews started the risky job of demolition as investigators began their work which includes looking into reports a stress test was being done when the walkway collapsed state representative carlos carello this is the case is why was the road underneath open during the stress test in a tweet florida senator marco rubio offered this scenario the cable set suspend the miami bridge had loosened and the engineering firm ordered that they be tightened they were being tightened when it collapsed plans for the bridge included a tower and cables attached to the walkway but a week ago the university and its builder celebrated the installation of the pedestrian span and the accelerated bridge construction method partly developed at the school it involves building bridge components offsite to minimize traffic interruptions and risk carol and horry fraga we're searching for their family member rolando fraga waiting and i nothing.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Vat coming up on kcbs time jeffrey sheild there was an outburst in a courtroom as two people appear in the brutal savic of a woman who was left for dead along an alameda county row have general aim at grieving family take steps to sued the city of san francisco over a shooting death with a stolen gun if only an officer had followed the law this never would have happened cbs news coverage the borrell next what's happening and why kcbs a yet gay frc fm and hd 1 san francisco oakland san jose six this is the cbs world news roundup late issued presented by jail i peter king live in parkland florida horrific horrific broward county sheriff scott israel after a gunman opened fire at a high school here killing seventeen people and wounding fifteen at least three are in critical condition the gunman is in custody he's nineteen years old was a former student of dealt with high school got expelled for disciplinary reasons i don't know the specifics the area around the school even hours later is still full of police cars it's still of active crime scene one moment here tells me that her son survived but they're worried about a friend that nobody is heard from since a text this afternoon i'm peter king live in parkland now with more on the story here's allison keys cbs's manuel bojorquez tells us students ran for their lives it really was chaos after those shots rang out with equal running not only through the halls of that building trying to get away from it but also on the outside running through bushes trying to ensure that they could escaped with their lives right now the identities of the deceased have not been released we heard the shots and we all looked around lake would that we just had the same noise students such as hector navarro were still trying to process a terrible day definitely her law for a lot about coaches were her people that were hurt kids over her and even close funds over since con the hard to take it all and i want republican florida senator marco rubio has questions this is one of the.

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"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"manuel bojorquez" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"King by officials at the local elementary school and a lockdown likely save lives all evidence appears that he chose his squirrel as a random target we have not connected him with any one person indonesia the suspect stole obstacle in flat and during a shooting spree randomly opened fire at seven locations before police took him out among the dead a neighbor he was previously accused of stabbing gary nunn cbs news alabama senate candidate roy more held a campaign event last night when he railed against his sex abuse accusers and those who would have him drop out of next month's special election one obviously a corresponded manuel bojorquez says more enjoys support in his own it seems that every time another establishment republican comes out against him it only adds to the fuel for them to keep supporting him many of them have said that they feel that this is a political attack it doesn't matter who they think it's coming from but they want to continue to support house who's there he launched the fundraising support of the republican national league attorney general jeff sessions was grilled by house democrats yesterday he was on capitol hill more questions about his contacts with russian during the trump campaign i had no participation in any wrongdoing with regard to uh our influence in this campaign improperly he blamed the chaos of the race for a hazy memory of some of this but vowed he had never lied to congress republican tax reform chances getting a little more dicey now that the senate has linked the repeal of a key obamacare component of the mix cbs's steve dorsey the house bill is expected to pass but senate republicans are no raising the bar with their own legislation there including language to repeal obamacare is mandate something president trump called for monday it could out pay for tax cuts in the bill but could leave four million more people uninsured by 2019 thirteen million by 2020 seven more fraternity hazing this time at texas necessity k r ldh's kelly weeks the university's president says they are suspending all activities of greek fraternity and sororities chapters until they have done a thorough investigation police found twenty year old matthew alyssa sophomore from the houston area dead the university says he attended an offcampus events sunday night hosted by by kappel saifur turned he reportedly died after the group's initiation kelly we.

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