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Family of Man Killed by Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy Files Lawsuit
"Says he has concerns over the shooting by a deputy of a man with a knife in East La. The shooting happened back on March 14th one, a 34 year old man was having a mental health crisis. The man's family has filed a federal lawsuit against the Sheriff's Department. The sheriff's Department released video from a body worn cameras yesterday. Hot,
First-Time Unemployment Claims Fall to a New Pandemic Low
"Jobless claims numbers come in at 360,000 new pandemic low and a decrease of 26,000 from the previous week's revised level. It's in line with Wall Street expectations. This is the lowest level for initial claims since March, 14th 2020 when it was 256,000, and the trend looks better. The four week moving average was 382,500. That's a decrease of 14,500 from the previous week's revised average
"march 14th" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Down three tents from December. President Biden is touting the new executive order aimed at securing critical supply chains. American people should never face shortages in the goods and services. They rely on whether that's the car. The prescription medicines for the food at the local grocery store. He called it an issue of economic and national security, stressing US supply chains shouldn't rely so heavily on products, especially raw materials. From other countries. The full House is expected to vote Friday on President Biden so called American Rescue Plan really Phil Mike power reports. And then the legislation would go to the Senate, where minority leader Mitch McConnell is not very happy about it. They're going to try to muscle is through on a totally partisan basis. The legislation will likely pass the house with perhaps no Republican support, But Republican governors and mayors are seeking federal assistance to replenish tax revenue shortages. Democrats and President Biden want to have the cove in 19 relief plan, pushed through the Senate in the Proved by March 14th and if the stimulus package is signed into law by then, based on the previous relief plans, the first direct deposits may go out to Americans. The week of March. 22nd. I'm Mike Power, and it's like the crazy olden days of January for so called MIM stocks popular on red. It's Wall Street bets for him, such as Gamestop, AMC and cost headphones. After slumping big time For the last few weeks, Gamestop has been on a wild ride again the last couple of days. Although still trading at a fraction of last month's 483 bucks this year Peak consumer and business News Joe McConnell, NBC news radio, Hi heart.
"march 14th" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The first black Golden Globe Award nominee for the defiant ones, Sidney Poitier becomes the first black winner for his role as Homer Smith in the film lilies of the field. He would also win an Oscar for his performance March 14th 1931, the first theater designed and built for rear projected movies today. Standard Motive Exhibition opens in New York City March. 14th 1940, Bob Hope Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour team up for the release of Road to Singapore. The trio would start in six more road movies through 1962, and the Serious had been referenced frequently in pop culture, including on TV's family guy on That's the Week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss help. Passion contributes to Santana's longevity by the grace of God. You know, we have not less passion in the fire aside, said before, For some reason of a lot of musicians are age, they reduce yourself to embers. You know, in somehow way, go into the room. And you hear tornado fire, though, and like white heat, So I love it. The passion in the willing to play that note with the intensity of that If you die getting that note, then got started die. You don't get it, you know in this sounds like that, because you can't get a sound like that. Unless you're willing to put all of it in it, too, To the point of like, if you get a stroke by getting it, then get the stroke. No and the collective sound of each musician When we play like that people gonna feel it. Keep listening that I heart radio firm or Santana and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams asked what his process to making a record is just kind of a three tier process to making an album and one of them is the first is obviously writing a song. Second is demoing it on the third is making a record. So sometimes the demo is actually good enough for the record it sometimes it needs to be recut. So that's where you bring in producer and and He decides you could chase it. You can chase the demo with a new track or us and make it better,.
Chicago Police Officer, Security Guard Shot in Brighton Park
"Annoyed shoplifter accused of shooting a Chicago police officer and gravely wounding a Home Depot Security guard ended up dead after a shootout with Chicago Police in Brighton Park yesterday afternoon. Wounded officer is the fourth CPD member to be shot in the past two weeks. WGN's rob sneeze just five days ago on officer was shot in the hand Your maple on the cross avenues. In the Austin community March, 15th and officer was shot while sitting in his vehicle at a traffic light in the 8900 block of South Stoney Island Avenue, March 14th and on duty sergeant was shot outside the Grecian District Police station. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says he's frustrated over the lack. Over the increasing number of shootings in which his officers are the
"march 14th" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Have this incredible run had to be you know, on March 14th undefeated is crazy. We have a tournament. We're good to go. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk. Wireless 68 teams slotted in another handful of alternates on standby and at the top of the tournament. Are the one seeds Gonzaga number one Overall. Baylor, Illinois. Michigan, slotted in as the other one sees the Zags becoming the fifth team. He went to the NC double a tournament undefeated since Indiana's perfect season culminated with the championship. In 1976. Thanks, Coach. Mark few what we've been through this year and just had 10 have this incredible run hacked to be You know, on March 14th undefeated is crazy, especially, you know, with the preseason we played and even just getting through our league season with And really, Reese. We've carried the number one Target on our shoulder all year all the way back to November one, so I think that's an incredible accomplishment that being said. Heck, yeah. I mean, we want to win a national championship. But the one Thing that I know I can give to these guys is the experience of being in this tournament and every guard game is we have to be ready to go and we have to play really, really well. Lot of folks are high on Gonzaga Mark few mentioned though the history he's got the experience Despite the experience, just one final four As if Gonzaga doesn't have enough history working against it. It has been six years since the last time. The number one overall seed reached the final four and eight years since the number one overall seed won the championship. As for what it'll take to bring down Gonzaga this year. ESPN analyst Jay Bellis. Just a really good game by a team like Illinois or Baylor or Michigan. You name it. I don't think anybody in this field is unbeatable on bears a reason why there hasn't been an undefeated teams of 1976 and we've had five of them go. Into the tournament undefeated since then, And you know, Indiana almost wasn't undefeated that year. They had a number of games that you're over time they could have, you know, could've lost should have lost all that stuff. And people forget there were two undefeated teams that year. Going into the Final four. Indiana was undefeated, obviously, and so was Rutgers, led by Eddie Jordan. Back then. So, um, you know, it's that was quite a year back in 76, but I think that Gonzaga it's It's absolutely the right call that they're the number one overall seed in the best team. They've been the best all year long. But just because you're the best team going in, doesn't mean you can't trip up And that means somebody can't play a great game against you. We've seen it a million like the one they always gets. Me is 2015. Kentucky was 38 No. And and all of us talking head Now, I should say all of us, but I'll stick with me Throughout the course of the year. I was saying, the only team I think I would be worried about if I were Kentucky's Wisconsin. They want to play in Wisconsin in the final four in lost by a bucket and that was the best team. They were the best team and there was best seen by a fair margin, and they didn't do it. And they were more dominant that year than thinking Jagga is this year in my view, eh? So I wouldn't I wouldn't, You know, sort of put them in the championship in pen. They're the favorite in there. The one I think is most likely to win it, but But everybody could lose. That's been proven over the years in the 16 years that the selection committee has announced and overall number one seed. That team has failed to make it past the first week and more often. Then it has won the championship. Failed to make it out of the first weekend. Four times it's won the championship. Three times straight talk wireless, no contract. No compromise. It's SportsCenter all night. ESPN radio Gonzaga, the top overall seed Baylor named the top seed in the South region, which is straight across the bracket from Gonzaga in the West. It would be a national championship matchup. If those two were to see each other. Baylor has been nipping at the heels of the Zags all season. The Bears one seat of the men's tournament for the first time in their history, ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg and LaPhonso Ellis with Reese Davis. And the best found their rhythm since they went on pause and have come back. You know, we all want to say they have it just because they lost to a very good Oklahoma state for you. I mean, so I'm look, Let's give Oklahoma State credit open. The.
Georgia Governor Commemorates 1-Year Anniversary of State's 1st COVID Cases
"Virginians have died from the coronavirus over the past year, leading the governor to dedicate today to them. Virginia reported its first positive coronavirus case at Fort Belvoir. None of us could have imagined what was coming. That first case was last March. 7th Virginia's first coronavirus death with March 14th one year ago. So Governor Ralph Northam is calling this a day of prayer and remembrance to honor the Virginians who lost their lives, and he's ordered all flags in the Commonwealth to be lowered on state and local buildings today. He says Virginians can see their way through this toe. Every Virginia I thank you for your hard work and sacrifice over this past year. And I encourage you to get vaccinated when your turn come. Check sports
Northam declares March 14 day of prayer, remembrance for Virginians lost to COVID-19
"9900 9900 Virginians Virginians have have died died from from the the coronavirus coronavirus over over the the last last year. year. Now Now the the governor governor is is dedicating dedicating today today to to them. them. Virginia Virginia reported reported its first positive coronavirus case at Fort Belvoir. None of us could have imagined what was coming. That first case was last March. 7th Virginia's first coronavirus. Death was March 14th one year ago. So the governor is calling for a day of prayer and remembrance to honor the Virginians who've lost their lives to the virus. He's ordered all flags in the Commonwealth to be lowered on state and local buildings from sunrise to sunset, looking ahead to every Virginia. Thank you for your hard work and sacrifice over this past year, and I encourage you to get vaccinated when your turn comes sandy coz l w t o p news they
"march 14th" Discussed on WTOP
"Were driven by Fitzgerald autumn All shot Fitz first and save money. Choose from thousands of used cars and trucks was a fit small dot com That's the fits way. Married upon for W. T OBY traffic Storm team force, Brianna Berman solo are nice weekend continues, although it is a bit chilly out there this morning. It is chilly this morning and it's gusty. Today. We've got wind speeds. Anywhere from 15 to 25 MPH in the forecast, But Gus could reach 35 MPH and with how dry it is. That's why a red flag warning is in place from the National Weather Service from ADM. Until 10 o'clock for the majority of us just because of potential fire concerns on do you know that's just part of moving ahead to spring is just just a week and then we'll be looking ahead to drier conditions with summer, of course, and longer days. With our spring forward Sunday, so back to this morning, we're in the twenties, thirties and forties. A mixed bag here for the afternoon will be in the sixties. Warm and gusty overnight down into the thirties and then in looking at a cooler day on Monday, upper forties with sunshine, rain and what snow moves in Monday night, we'll see a chance of rain on Tuesday. Upper forties drying out with fifties on Wednesday. I took this current temperatures right now. Manassas eyes reporting 26 degrees. Gaithersburg warmer 41 degrees. And eight Culpepper 32 degrees, Right, freezing and right now, 42 friendship Heights. Brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. It's 6 11 and today marks one year since the first coronavirus death in Virginia, and flags are being flown at half staff because of it. The flag tribute is part of a proclamation from Governor Ralph Northam declaring March 14th a day of prayer and remembrance.
Trinity Metro On-Demand Ride Share expands to serve TCU, Fort Worth Zoo, West 7th corridor
"Is expanding its on demand demand Rideshare Rideshare service service in in Fort Fort Worth, Worth, the the Southside Southside Zib Zib zone zone that that already already provides provides transportation transportation to to the the medical medical district district and and nearby nearby shopping shopping centers. centers. Will now reach the TCU campus before words Ooh and the entertainment district along this is West seventh chord or give them a better way of getting there will be more convenient. You don't have to worry about parking, and when you're ready to go back home, for instance, you could help the wife back again but makes a little bit more convenient. It is like more of a premium service sort of speak without the premium price. Rodney Woods with Trinity Metro says the expansion begins March 14th. They're providing free rides until the end of March. Which right right
Democrats advance Biden's $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief package
"From NPR News. I'm Giles Snyder. House Democrats are expected to pass the final version of a major coronavirus relief package this week, setting up a major victory for the Biden administration. Here's NPR's Barbara Sprung, the colossal package would bring a new round of payments to Americans still battling against the economic impact of the pandemic. And includes an increase to the child tax credit and an extension of supplemental unemployment benefits through September. 6 Democrats are eager to get the final bill to President Biden's desk for his signature before current federal unemployment benefits expire on March. 14th House is expected to vote on the $1.9 trillion relief package tomorrow after the Senate approved it in a marathon session over the
Grammys 2021 Performers: BTS, Taylor Swift & More
"Night ABC script. Chris Watson has a look at some of this year's headlining performers. Taylor Swift making the stallion and K pop superstars. BTS are among the 22 performers just announced for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards. Swift is among those with the most nominees six and all for her folklore album, the same number. His fellow performers do a Leaf and Rocky Ridge. Fiance holds the most nominees this year with nine oz. The Grammys will take place Sunday, March 14th and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are
Grammy performers: Taylor Swift, BTS, Cardi B
"Night will feature an All Star roster of performers. Taylor Swift, making the Stallion and K pop superstars. BTS are among the 22 performers just announced for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards. Swift is among those with the most nominees six and all for her folklore album, the same number. His fellow performers do a leap and Roddy Rich so far. Beyonce, the year's top nominee with nine nods isn't scheduled to perform, But we've got a week for that to change. Music's biggest night happened Sunday March 14th Kristopher Watson ABC News and
White House narrows income limits for stimulus checks
"Of a threat from far right groups, including followers of the Cuban on conspiracy. Those extremists claim Donald Trump will retake the presidency today. This is not stopping the Senate from carrying on the House adjourned, but not before Democrats passed two major bills last night. One on voting rights, the other on police reform for more. We're joined by NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. And so Democrats have railed against bills passed in state houses across the country that would make it harder to vote curbing things like mail in voting and early voting that work expanded last year during the pandemic. So what would this federal voting rights bill do about that? Well, this legislation has been a top priority for the party. It's not new. It was introduced in passed in the house in the last Congress. So this vote this week was a bit of a do over. They've called it the most sweeping government reform bill since the post Watergate era. And what wouldn't do it would do things like allow for automatic voter registration, it would make Election day of federal holiday. It would restore voting rights to people with past felony convictions. It would also expand early voting that we saw you so much in the 2020 elections. It would also do things like create more independent redistricting commissions to sort of end party controlled drawing of congressional district. On campaign finance. It would require more disclosure of big donors. It would require transparency about those ads you see in your social media feeds, and it would create a new public financing system for congressional candidates. Would also do things like expand conflict of interest laws that would ban members of Congress from serving on corporate boards and require presidents by law to disclose their taxes. Okay, sweeping to say the least. Thea other bill passed last night is the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Police reform has been a democratic priority for a long time. What's in this one? This is another bill that passed in the previous congress. So they're doing it again. This'll legislation would do things that would ban choke holds, it would change so called qualified immunity protection so it would make it easier to pursue claims of misconduct against police officers. It would put restrictions on no knock warrants, and it would require new data collection on a police encounters. It would also direct more money to community based policing programs. This one is not. I mean, it's not as controversial as the voting reforms Bill, which has very strong Republican opposition. No Republicans supported it. There is a bit more support among Republicans for police reform, especially in the Senate. There's competing measure by Tim Scott, who's a Republican of South Carolina. So there's maybe a chance there could be more bipartisan effort to move that bill forward, But the other measure is purely a symbolic one of the stage. It's still a tall order in the House Democrats know based on previous failures that these bills don't have much hope of getting to 60 votes in the Senate, which, of course, is the magic number to break a filibuster, they would need 10 Republicans to vote with Democrats. So why are they so determined to pass them if the prospects looked in Part of this is just elections are making good on their promises. These issues are very important to the Democratic base, and I think it's about keeping that promise. But you're right. I mean, I think that's going to be one of the cork tensions, if not the court tension of this Congress. I think Democrats really sensitive this fact that they control Washington. Now they have Congress and the White House and they want to be able to run in 20 to 2022 on accomplishments. But they have these really narrow majorities in the House and Senate, which really limits what they're going to be able to do. You know, it's not just the filibuster to the parties are really divided right now. There's not much that they agree on. The bigger picture, though, is Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer just doesn't have the votes to change the filibuster, and it's not clear that he ever will in this Congress. One of the biggest opponents, a centrist Democrat, Joe Manchin, of West Virginia. He was asked last week if he could ever see changing his mind. And he literally yelled never at the reporters who asked him the question, Okay, digging in on the filibuster, So just in the moment we have left we have the Senate is still in session. They're debating that Cove in 19 relief package. What's the latest? You know they're making some tweaks to the bill. They've done things like reduced the income limits for people to get those $1400 stimulus checks. There was concerns among Senate Senate Democrats that too much money was going to people who didn't need it. Otherwise, The bill seems to be on a glide path. They don't expect to get any Republican support. But Democrats seem pretty unified behind it. If it passes this week, they gotta send it back over to the house to pass it back over there, but Right now. They're on track to meet a march 14th deadline that they've set, which is when current extended unemployment benefits run out, and they don't want to see those benefits lapsed. So there's a real pressure campaign to get it done by then. OK, that's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis with the latest thanks to your right welcome. Well, every
Japanese billionaire seeks 8 people for free trip to the moon
"Japanese billionaire announced the contest to take a trip to the moon. There's Carmen Roberts. Japanese billionaire You. Sakuma is always says he's looking for eight creative people to join him on a trip around the moon in a space X rocket. And he is paying. Yes, I'm going through up myself were released a video to encourage people to apply to be one of his guest on the flight called Dear Moon, The CEO of Space Sex, Elon Musk adds, This will be a historic event. It'll be the first private space flight first commercial space flight with humans beyond Under Earth orbit. Musk says it looks as if the systems should be ready for launch and 2023. Well, if you're interested, you can apply on the Dear Moon website. Dear moon dot Earth through March 14th
Japanese billionaire to fly eight members of the public on SpaceX moon flight
"Creative people to join you. Socko Mazzei Wa Onna Space X rocket for a flight around the moon. He's paying for it in space. Ex CEO Elon Musk says It's no joke. It'll be the first private space flight first commercial space flight with humans beyond Earth Orbit, Mosque, says the launch of what's cool. The Dear Moon mission could come in 2023. You do have to apply by March 14th how much it's going to cost me. Aizawa isn't clear, but he has spent as much as $110 million on a single painting. He also admits that last year he lost $41 million in one day of stock market trading. Next money update Coming up
"march 14th" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's now 8 30. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. FBI director Christopher Wray is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee as Congress further examines the deadly insurrection at the U. S Capitol building. In his opening statement, Ray called the attack and act of domestic terrorism. It's got no place in our democracy. And tolerating it would make a mockery of our nation's rule of law. Rule of law, of course, is our country's bedrock, and it's our guiding principle at the FBI. That's why the FBI has been working day and night across the country to track down those responsible for the events of January 6th. And to hold them accountable. The FBI has arrested more than 270 people in connection with the attack. President Biden is expected to renew his push for his nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. NPR's child, Snyder reports on the president's lunch meeting with Senate Democrats today. President Biden is scheduled to participate virtually in Senate Democrats weekly policy launch after urging them over the weekend to move quickly after the House passed its version of the relief package. Democrats want to get the bill to Biden steps by March 14th when pandemic jobless benefits expire. It would extend them through the end of August. But options for increasing the federal minimum wage in the Senate bill appear to be running out. NPR's Giles Snyder reporting. This is NPR news Live from KQED News..
Biden, Senate Press Bill Without Pay Boost
"Efforts to include him in Mum. Wage increase in the $1.9 trillion coded relief bill seemed to be hitting a dead end. Senate leaders are readying their own version of the House passed relief package, and Senate aides say top Democrats have abandoned a proposal that threatened tax increases on big companies that didn't boost worker pay. President Biden discussed the relief bill in a virtual meeting with nine Senate Democrats, including Joe Manchin of West Virginia, who opposes the $15 an hour wage hike. The Senate parliamentarian ruled last week. It could not be included in this bill, also putting him to question billions to help some struggling pension plans and for insurance assistance for people who have lost jobs. Congressional leaders want a final package to President Biden by March, 14th the date that emergency jobless benefits will
"march 14th" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, All right, We're having a little technical. Let's hear with a microphone in the studio right now, but we'll get to the information We want to get to some of these headlines right now. First of all, the Dow Jones industrial average climbing over 670 points during mid morning training as investors feel more confident about Inflation be kept in check after the Treasury yields came down from last week's highs, the CDC giving the green light for distribution of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. The panel recommending the single though shot for use in the U. S just days after the FDA granted emergency use authorization. The one whose time now 9 16, and the House has passed President Biden nearly $2 trillion over 19 relief package over the weekend in the early morning hours a B C's out expert. She joins me now from Washington with a look at what's next. Alex Appreciate you being with us What Z latest Tom. Thanks for having me. So now the focus is on the Senate. They're gonna be taking up the President Biden top agenda item and the clock is really ticking right? Because we know these federal jobless aid of benefits expire March 14th so kind of spirit. Some of the boring details, but essentially, we're expecting the house toe craft a substitute bill. On Wednesday and then they're gonna be upwards of 20 hours of debate on then we could see another one of those voter Rama's similar to what happened. And in our TV. This is what the Senate similar. We see another one of those vote a Rama similar to what we saw in the house a couple of weeks ago. Okay, so we've got a couple of Democrats. That too did not vote for this when it was passed over the weekend, right? So they did not have complete support from from from house demos. There were two that voted against the bill. No Republicans back the bill. And look, I mean, I don't know that I read too much into that. But we didn't know that this bill was going to be tightly tightly pass along along party lines now in the Senate is gonna be a lot of attention paid. To Joe Manchin of West Virginia, right. He's considered immoral, more moderate. I think there's a lot of talk that $15 minimum wage effort. Ah, lot of that one away because of him and in some of some of the other moderates that Democratic leadership was trying to court. They need everybody on on on board for this to pass. Now that the calendar has flipped a march. Of course, this becomes a little more desperate. A little more much in need is the clock is ticking toward the expiration of the federal jobless aid. Absolutely so march. 14th is the day for those federal jobless benefits to expire president said. This is priority number one. I mean, I think it's a little bit with a big campaign point of his. It's something that he's been trumpeting, basically, since, uh, since since running, right, uh, trying to get another Corona virus a package passed. So I think you know, there's a lot of O mentum to make sure that this is through the Senate and on his desk. Before there's been evidence before those benefits expire on March 14 Alright. Also good to have you with us, Alex. Thanks again for your great reporting that savings. He's Alex for Shay in Washington, D C Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy sentence to a year in prison after being found guilty of corruption and influence peddling is more from ABC soon as delicate terra from Paris the French court convicting former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, of trying to illegally obtain information from a senior magistrate in 2014, about an ongoing investigation into his campaign finances. Sarkozy was president from 2007 to 2012 and becomes the first French president in modern history to be sentenced to jail for the court indicated he may be allowed to serve out his one year sentence from home with an electronic bracelet and as delicate terra ABC News parents come on, whose time 9 20 checking in money news, a 2050 past each hour and your propel insurance business up there with Ross a K A. The Federal Trade Commission has withdrawn its objections to a major hospital merger in Philadelphia..
"march 14th" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Moments away, Dana Marino will be at the Tobin Center in San Antonio on Sunday night. March 14th Dana pre no coat, of course, co host of the five on Fox News. She is also co anchor of America's newsroom. On Fox News and an analyst for Fox News, election coverage and specials. She is also a number one New York Times Best selling author. A new book goes on sale next Tuesday, March, 9th is called Everything will be okay lessons and advice for young women from a former young woman, and she will be at the Tobin Center Sunday night. Fort Teeth this morning again tomorrow. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning at 8 45. There will be a queue to text we will do that live Every winner Monday Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will then qualify. Have their names drawn or a name drawn on Friday after the show And we'll win four seats. And a socially distanced box. At the Tobin Center to see Dana Marino. First opportunity is this morning. Coming up at 8 45, Texas.
"march 14th" Discussed on KOMO
"Goal for lawmakers, sister get This bill passed by March 14th for that's when Unemployment benefits run out in Seattle, Patrick Quinn come on use. The House approved the president's $1.9 trillion covert relief bill late last night, including a boost in the minimum wage to $15 an hour, though to Democrats voted against it. Washington's represented per mil, a giant Paul was on CNN pushing the Senate to follow suit, and this is an emergency for so many of the lowest wage workers. In the country and for people who say we should target our assistance. This is the easiest way to target help to those who need it. The most giant Paul says. It's essential. We finally deliver a minimum wage that is a living wage. The legislation now heads to the Senate. Someone whose time is 4 34. Let's get another check of how our roads are faring on this Saturday afternoon, Evan Smith joins us from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Still seeing a few issues on our roads right now, North bound 167 on the off ramp to 188th Street. There is now an emergency responsive involving the state Patrol. Partially or fully excuse me blocking the ramp there. Meanwhile, on Highway two West found east of old Owen wrote this a collision is still fully blocking the roadway nor found 405 to 7 to 5 to 70 collisions in the right lane there. Meanwhile, on south of moral fiber West Valley Highway that right lane blocked is blocked you to a collision with a bit of slowing right behind that. On the highway 16 eastbound at South 19th Street. There's a fire that has the off ramp there block were found five south of one 64th. The collision has the right wing block with a three mile backup approaching the scene of that crash in South bound five it into urban just north in urban and obstruction. Still in the right center lane, our next couple traffic is.
House Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill
"On Capitol Hill. It's the house approves a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill on this vote. The ayes are 2 19. The nays are 2 12. The bill is passed Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The bill now heads to the Senate Democrats, hoping to have the bill passed and on President Biden's desk before March 14th when the federal boost to unemployment Expires, clearing the path
American Rescue Plan 02/27/22 part two
"Second part. But if not, I will do a third part. I want to thank you for listening to the vote Voice podcast vote Voice is a 501 c 3 nonprofit. You can follow us on Instagram Twitter. We're on Facebook. We have a website at ww.w off vote voiced., and we thank you for your support. I thank you for following us to the second half of the American Rescue plan by accident bitin and we're going to get started. So I can start to read out. Because I think that we need to know ourselves. What is in President Biden's rescue plan so that we have this information for ourselves. We're not depending on anyone to tell us what's in the plan we need was in the black and I know there's a lot of people calling up to Washington because as I'm reading this everything's playing out in Washington right now, this is February 27th. 2021 and right now in Washington this plan is going through the system many people oppose it. It's very much needed and we need to know what's in this plan so that we know if we support this plan or not. Okay, so I'm going to pick up where I left off in part one of President Biden's American Rescue plant. And right now we're at at the point where the president has laid out his plan for extended and expanded unemployment insurance benefits. So American workers can pay their bills around 18 million Americans rely on the unemployment insurance program. Congress did the right thing by continuing expanded eligibility and extending the number of weeks unemployed workers can receive benefits off one study estimates that extending pandemic unemployment insurance programs through 2021 could create our save over five million jobs. These benefits are set to expire in weeks. Even as the covid-19 pandemic worsens millions of Americans are receiving benefits check through Unemployment Insurance programs. That will no longer serve new beneficiaries starting in mid-march, and I believe they have to have this off everything in place in Washington by March I think they're trying to do it by March 14th. Because the plan is fastly going
"march 14th" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Only Rose 1.4% down three tents from December. President Biden is touting a new executive order aimed at securing critical supply chains. American people should never face shortages in the goods and services they rely on. That's the car for the prescription medicines for the food at the local grocery store. He called it an issue of economic and national security, stressing US supply chains shouldn't rely so heavily on products, especially raw materials. From other countries. The full House is expected to vote Friday on President Biden so called American Rescue Plan really Phil Mike power reports. And then the legislation would go to the Senate, where minority leader Mitch McConnell is not very happy about it. They're going to try to muscle is through on a totally partisan basis. The legislation will likely pass the house with perhaps no Republican support, But Republican governors and mayors are seeking federal assistance to replenish tax revenue shortages. Democrats and President Biden want to have the cove in 19 relief plan, pushed through the Senate in the Proved by March 14th and if the stimulus package is signed into law by then, based on the previous relief plans, the first direct deposits may go out to Americans. The week of March. 22nd. I'm Mike Power, and it's like the crazy olden days of January for so called means stocks popular on red. It's Wall Street bets for him, such as Gamestop, AMC and cost headphones. After slumping big time For the last few weeks, Gamestop has been on a wild ride again the last couple of days. Although still trading at a fraction of last month's 483, Bucks a share peak. Consumer and business News Joe McConnell, NBC NEWS radio Fire Up Your DVR. It's time for your TV.
"march 14th" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know when we're really just hoping that everybody's safe out there, but be creative and innovative it at your at your home with others, Okay? And when our videos do now that I'm participating. I've got to get that done. When, When do I have to post that? Dave? Just give me the deadline and I'll get it done. Way would love to have everything in by my my march 14th, and that includes the funds of the race. They can run all kinds of cool prizes. From structure talents toe, so logoed space heaters. Believe it or not, Anna there, there's a lot of things they can win, but they could get everything in by March, 14th. That really helped us a lot. Oh, that's awesome Plunge. Illinois died or guy can remember that. Thank you, Dave Green. Thank you for coming on the show. I appreciate all the work you're doing over there. We all do and it's it's really incredible. You hear the stories that come out of special Olympics? Illinois. Thank you. Well, well, thanks for being ball. Appreciate it. Dave Green there, you know where to go. It's a plunge Illinois dot org's We're gonna check the roads and then Lauren Lister. She's a reporter of KT l. A who is covering the Tiger Woods crashed. She's going to join us. Let us know the very latest as I've just been told, authorities have decided They will not charge they will not charge Tiger Woods. There will be no charges in the case. But there's more to know we'll get to that. After we go to marry and I look at the roads start to get very heavy up on Saturday. Eisenhower about 32 minutes out to Mannheim and 55 out to 3 90 inbound 24 from Mannheim. The Eaton's is okay up on Kennedy to O'Hare. 26 minutes 40 coming in from O'Hare about 32 from the Eaton's Stevenson 46 from 3 55 26 from the Tri state. Lays 3 55 into 2 94 Dan Ryan is looking good, along with the bishop for it, and 57 Oak Forest still have an accident. Sister on 155th Mutter Union Pacific West Line Outbound train number. 37 is running about 45 minutes late due to earlier freight train interference. Vandeveld between traffic Central Get all your Chicago news from Steve Bertran. Chicago Congressman Robin Kelly wants to be the next leader of the Illinois Democratic Party will tell you why. On the next Chicago's afternoon news next four W G with.
Covid-19 Relief Bill Moves Closer to House Vote
"Trillion coronavirus Relief plan is moving toward a vote and the full house. By the end of the week. The president wants to sign the bill by March 14th. The package, including those $1400 stimulus checks passed out of the House Budget Committee today. It also includes more money for schools, small businesses, vaccine distribution, and it phases in a boost in the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour Right now. This plan has no Republican support. GOP lawmakers argue it's unnecessarily bloated and the cost is simply too high happening now, the Seattle school district is pushing back the date for the youngest students to
House Democrats unveil full $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill details
"Stimulus checks for most Americans and an extension of $400 Weekly federal unemployment benefits. The Democrats goal to get the bill on the president's desk before those benefits expire on March 14th. Just last week, 861,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims and more than 18 million Americans are collecting benefits from ST And federal government program. ABC is Alex Parrish, a protest in Denver. Ah, Group of workers for the Mental Health Center of Denver. Protest Ng
Big Ten Moves Men’s Tournament Moved From Chicago To Indianapolis
"Yet on whether fans will be admitted, But the Big 10 men's basketball tournament will be played in Indy. Rob Con it reports the big 10 conference is moving next month's men's basketball tournament from Chicago to Indianapolis. All games will be at Lucas Oil Stadium starting Wednesday, March 10th. With the championship being played on Sunday, March, 14th. That's the same day. The NC double A reveals the bracket for the March Madness tournament, which will also be played in indie romcom 93. WBC Mobile News
"march 14th" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Service will make changes in the presidential detail when President elect Joe Biden takes office Michael Cashner reports Washington Post reports that while changes in personnel are common when administrations change, there are concerns some agents might be aligned with President Trump. Last year, the Secret Service allowed an agent who headed up Trump's detail to service, the White House political advisor, according to the Post. Biden's protective detail will include agents who worked with him when he was vice President. I'm Michael Kastner. Target is re calling 490,000 pieces of infants and toddlers Clothing. The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall Wednesday involving a swimsuit for infant toddler girls and infant rompers. The item described as the cat and Jack Infant toddler. One piece rash guard swimsuit is being re called because of the possibility of the snaps, coming off the suits and becoming a choking or laceration hazard. The second item, the Cloud Island infant rompers was recalled for the same reason. Mayor Bill de Blasio is declaring March 14th an annual day of remembrance in New York City for Corona virus victims, Scott Pringle reports. The city's first covert related death came on March 14th and there's been more than 25. House in coronavirus deaths in the Big Apple since Mayor de Blasio says many of the victims were also victims of any qualities and did not get enough healthcare in their lives was a disease that affected everyone, but it did not affect everyone equally. So on March 14th each year. We remember also the painful lessons we learned, but it's a time to re dedicate ourselves to making a difference and changing things. The jackpots for two lotteries continues to climb. Friday's mega millions jackpot will eclipse the $400 Million Plateau and no 11 last night's Powerball drawing, so Saturday's jackpot will be about 384 million. The biggest U. S jackpot ever was more than $1.5 billion in a 2016 Powerball drawing. I'm Brian shook the films, the stars. The milestones. The awards. I heard radio brings you the week in Hollywood history. January. 18 1992 Jodie Foster wins her second best actress Golden Globe for her role as Clarice Starling. She would go on to win the best actress Oscar as part of the top five. Sweet by the Silence of the Lambs. January. 19th 1940 nearly two years before the U. S is official entry into World War two, The Three Stooges released the short, You nasty spy, which brutally sad arised Hitler and the Nazi movement. It reached audiences despite restrictions on political content in films at the time. January. 20th 1994 seminal romantic comedy Four Weddings and a Funeral has its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. It would earn nearly $250 million worldwide on a budget of under five million. January. 22nd 2010, The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien airs its last episode, Less than eight months after its premiere in a controversial move. Previous host Jay Leno returned to the show after the failure of his primetime show, while O'Brien would get his own show on TV. Yes, that's all. January. 24th 1980 Gary Coleman becomes the first black performer to win a People's Choice award, taking home favorite young TV performer for his role in the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes. And that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. You're the top Luke Bryan songs You thumbed up number three knocking boots. Sleep T.
"march 14th" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Here. New Year's Eve in Times Square, the streets nearly empty for the first time in more than a century. Read. The NYPD has barricaded off several blocks. They want to keep crowds away, the police commissioner said outright, do not even attempt to come down here because of this raging pandemic. They're keeping everybody out. And now we turn the calendar millions of Americans from coast to coast, hoping to put 2020 behind them and move on the better things following a year they're brought a once in a century pandemic. Has claimed the lives now more than 345,000. Americans, including more than 30,000 in New York State, Marry De Blasio is declaring March 14th and annual day of Remembrance in New York City for Corona virus victims. The city's first covert related death came on March 14th and there's been more than 25,000 coronavirus deaths in the Big Apple since Mayor de Blasio says many of the victims were also victims of any qualities and did not get enough health care. It was a disease that affected everyone, but it did not affect everyone equally. So on March 14th each year. We remember also the painful lessons we learned, but it's a time to re dedicate ourselves to making a difference and changing things. And he says the city will remember victims by being there for their families and honoring those who tried to save them. I'm Scott Pringle, double Your heart is so one person is dead after a four alarm fire burned through an apartment building this morning in Yonkers, the blaze breaking out on the top floor of a six story building. On Bruce Avenue, just after 5 a.m.. The buildings suffered extensive damage. Yonkers firefighters responded to the scene as it was a three alarm fire at the time, it quickly escalated to a four alarm fire. The identity of the person who died is unknown at this time. The cause of the fire under investigation and the news is brought to you by National Realty Learn the insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on prime building locations. It's a 32. Let's get a check up w o R traffic. I'm Cindy Weightman With your W O r traffic traveling on the BQE eastbound on Queens Boulevard. Just watch out for a crash. One lane is out. Dig in south bound at the cross Bronx with a vehicle fire Heavy delays. All lanes are subject to closure in that area. And if you're taking a ride on the West Side Highway pretty quiet, one up and downtown. No complaints on the FDR Harlem River Drive combo and checking your Hudson River crossings there Nice and quiet. Across the board. Alternate side parking rules are suspended today meter rules. Don't apply either. Garden State Parkway South Exit 1 36 Watch out for a crash in Cranford and.
"march 14th" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"What is your american get off on a high wall um a seem online invites deeply does a shooter at this wall girl was due to fears things in my whole way right now invested in the 1200 bill she's hearing on noise is correct the arraignment four suitor nicolas cruises march 14th that's one month after the fatal incident i'm john lawrence reporting and this just in the government reports us employers went on a hiring binge last month the labor department says employers drew three hundred thirteen thousand people into the job market in january the most since july of 2016 agency analysts say the surge likely reflects confidence among businesses that recent tax cuts will accelerate growth meantime wage gains fell from the previous month to two point six percent yearoveryear growth strong hourly wage growth spooked markets in february because it raised the spectre of inflation but january's figure was revised down one tenth of a point to two point eight percent the influx of new workers kept the unemployment rate unchanged at four point one percent scott carr wash washington still to come odd six seventy kboi it's called the slow pokes bill and it's making its way to the governor's task tell you all about it coming up at seven thirty on seventy kboi flo books bill slope oaks built the fits kboi news time 721 right now traffic here's ron o'brien all right starting to get a little bit here i morning commute i4 eastbound if you're coming through napa some of the merge slow down at at north side boulevard primarily has meant to bad beckett karcher quite yet volume by definitely on the increase minimal merck slowing at ten mile meridian road or leedle road but the little busy or some of those spots with the on ramp to come.
"march 14th" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Unholy alliance between the radical left and radical islam and these are the ones that are coordinating this national school walk out those kids are being used dose kids are being indoctrinated and to all the principals and teachers that are involved in this shame on you shame on you for using your kids as props shame on you for using them to advance your political agenda and shame on you for teaming up and cooperating with rabbit anti semitic ju haters like linda sarsour and louis farrakhan on my friends this national school walkout needs to be exposed for what it is it is a radical leftwing attempt to brainwash and indoctrinate our children and eventually to destroy our constitution and if my child comes to me and says daddy daddy were walking out on march 14th i'm saying ashton eva you're not going to school and i want to speak to the teacher and the principal immediately because my child it doesn't belong to you you don't have authority over my child the responsibility to raise my child is me handsoff my kids don't brainwash the children agree disagree six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight to the parents what will you do when your kids are told they need to walk out of school on march 14th will you keep them home will you call the school what should be done i want to hear from you all of your calls next the sound of wipo i guess is very simple his june 20th thank you ever heard this because w rko he is now on one hundred point seven hd two w r k always at one hundred point seven aged d to broadcasting live from on top of the peru were.
"march 14th" Discussed on KQED Radio
"House march 14th info at us fca that edu flash management yells acappella group the within pouf says admitted its first female menderes members since its founding in nineteen all nine at story still to come in this hour of all things considered when reports surfaced about immigration rate it was immigration officials may be planning a sweep it in order to you see the san francisco chronicle ice ages are looking to a rather than a thousand five hundred on document where do you turn to get a deeper understanding i'm devin katayama host of kqed's newest podcast the bay where we talk about what often gets lost in the news they launches in early march but you can actually find this right now on apple podcast npr one app or wherever he shows tonight tonight at eight o'clock special is america abroad it's a an hourlong documentary about document leaks in the consequences of revealing secrets be with us for america broad it comes on tonight at eight and then we'll have a rebroadcast tomorrow morning at two here on kqed public radio the time now five fifty it's all things considered from npr news i'm mary louise kelly and i'm ari shapiro one year ago a wellknown intensive care physician announced that he just might have come across a cure for sepsis the steadily reaction to infection kills around a quarter of a million people in the us each year it's the leading cause of death in hospitals scientists are now doing a new round of studies to see if that physicians treatment really does all he says it does meantime some doctors have gone ahead and started using it on patients npr's richard harris reports this story begins up in the cascade mountains last summer fifty one year old christopher kelly was doing what he loves to do cutting timber or with cut in for a logging now grid up on the iraq cliffs and a uh a bell about one hundred fifty foot for tree under these mapletrees they added bunted dead talks we call him widow makers and when the top of the first tree crashed into those maples he says the but if the tree bounce back toward him and i was against iraq lifted in have nowhere to go and i got crushed he says the.
"march 14th" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Have an opportunity to talk to the republican candidates on him in a simple ballot so you'll have school war candidates and rebecca logan will be there so if you want to me to the republican candidate is for um you know that people are claiming i don't know fall kendall's republican i don't know what he is anyways but rebecca logan seems to be one of the front runners she's going to be a pizza man march fifth at seven pm and speaking of rebecca she will also have a meet and greet in eagle river march 14th uh that's a wednesday from five to seven pm at the aol house in eagle river so it's also another great opportunity to talk to that mayoral candidate if you are so inclined are only come back on the other side of the break i have to get into the story about the mat su governor walker has made another appointment and senate district d and frankly i don't know the guy which i think has been a benefit in the sky in his appointment frankly i think he has it's it's the hill mary governor walker i think is looking for but we'll see i hear of heard really good things about him so i'm excited to get to know him uh but governor walker has made an appointment in that particular district all right jim before i actually go to break i wanna tell you about one more thing i have a no here buffoni malcolm called in yesterday to remind us that next week on monday the february twenty six they are going to have the alaska policy form is sponsoring an event to talk about what can we do in the state of alaska to roll back obamacare it's a free event but they are asking you to sign up because space is limited you can go to alaska policy forum dot org they're going to have us our guest speaker up here dr roger stark and it will be held at the alaska aviation heritage museum of five thirty on monday february twenty six so again if you wanna ticket it's free but you.
"march 14th" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"The problem the problem is going to war since then always anticonstitutional pirates at 166 away it's just trying to nail nickelanddime everything away from us still does the question about it preceded daniel thanks triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 daniels call for a pro the gulf of mexico yeah he hit then he'll probably had a soda speaker good safety tip when you call in try not to have a set of speaker because it sounds like that you know we talk to we did talk a lot about the the kids talking about the they're a march coming up on march 24th mmhmm headed to dc but there are also now getting together and encouraging students teachers and their allies to walk out of schools on march 14th to protest gun violence so we've got that going forest as well since agonizing say it's agonizing all right now this is a jeffey is totally several times this morning this is one of his favorite sheriff's in the country so methods bovay aim graded done i didn't realize that was a thing that people develop a list of favorite sheriff's across it shows you how much how much trouble with the law this i has had his entire life this sheriff probably treated you a little bit better than other ships in the most definitely okay so take a look at florida's polk county sheriff grady judd he was on fox friends talking about his sentinel program there's no absolutes from life but i can tell you this at least two coaches were killed standing in front of and trying to protect kids don't you believe it would be a game changer if they had a gun to defend the children yes i do here's the basic f the average shooter is finished with this evil deed and two to five minutes we studying these things in fact in broward county it was three minutes the average place response is plus five minutes when nine one ones call the shooter is on the campus wreaking havoc that's too late.