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'The Crown' Season 4 Drops On Netflix

KYW 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last week

'The Crown' Season 4 Drops On Netflix

"Are you gonna love this If you want your latest fill of British royalty, the Crown drops all 10 episodes of Season four. Today on Netflix this season features a well known love story and definitely a fan favorite as Princess Diana's unhappy marriage to Prince Charles takes center stage season Four of the crown introduces Emma Corrine as Princess Di and Gillian Anderson as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Olivia Colman will reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth for one more season before being replaced by and meld Istante in for the Crown's final two seasons. Maria Garcia. CBS News and Age Old

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The fascinating women at the center of 'The Crown's' new season

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | Last week

The fascinating women at the center of 'The Crown's' new season

"Your latest fill of British royalty, the Crown drops all 10 episodes of Season four today on Netflix. This season features a well known love story and definitely a fan favorite as Princess Diana's unhappy marriage to Prince Charles takes center stage season Four of the crown introduces Emma Corrine as Princess Di and Gillian Anderson as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Olivia Colman will reprise her role as Queen Elizabeth for one more season. Before being replaced by and meld Istante in for the crown's final two seasons. Can that's Maria Garcia reporting? It's been nearly 24 years since Scream, David

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Giuliani: Trump was being 'sarcastic' with tweet saying Biden won

WPHT Programming

00:35 sec | Last week

Giuliani: Trump was being 'sarcastic' with tweet saying Biden won

"Trump tweeting quote He won because the election was rigged, but then quickly backtracked that tweet saying I concede nothing in caps. President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, says what he's saying is Maura. I guess you could call it a sarcastic. Meanwhile, on NBC's Meet the Press President elect Biden's chief of staff, Ron Claims, says I accepted as a further confirmation. Of the reality that Joe Biden won the election and not through any of the rest of that tweet, not through fraud or anything else. The president is basically alleging he won because he got more votes. Maria Garcia CBS News

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Biden's ready to start his pandemic response immediately

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:54 sec | Last week

Biden's ready to start his pandemic response immediately

"President elect Joe Biden has indicated he take a more proactive approach to the pandemic than President Trump. But the Trump White House continues to block. Biden's transition team is CBS is Maria Garcia report. Celine Gounder is part of the Biden Harris Covert Task Force and says they just want to do their jobs. This is really problematic that we're not having a smooth handover of information during this transition period. Gounder is also an infectious disease specialist at New York's Bellevue Hospital. This is a risk to the Health of people in the United States. It's also a risk to our economy. Mr Trump continues to insist without proof that he won the election, and yesterday, thousands of his supporters converged on the nation's capital to voice their agreement. CBS is Errol Barnett was there. All right Groups like the proud boys linked to white supremacy and violence made themselves visible at Saturday's event, veering potential clashes with counter protesters, D C. Police shut down streets and disallowed weapons.

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Refusing to concede, Trump blocks cooperation on transition

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:31 sec | Last week

Refusing to concede, Trump blocks cooperation on transition

"Elect Joe Biden has indicated he take a more proactive approach to the pandemic than President Trump. But the Trump White House continues to block. Biden's transition team is CBS is Maria Garcia. Report. Celine Gounder is part of the Biden Harris Covert Task Force and says they just want to do their jobs. This is really problematic that we're not Having a smooth handover of information during this transition period. Gounder is also an infectious disease specialist at New York's Bellevue Hospital. This is a risk to the health of people in the United States. It's also a risk to our economy.

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July is the new January: More companies delay a return to the office.

WBBM Evening News

00:24 sec | Last month

July is the new January: More companies delay a return to the office.

"To be back in their offices by January. But July seems to be the new target month with many companies from Ford to Microsoft extending their work from home effort. Some tech companies like slack are now working on permanent work from home policies. Many employees have mixed feelings about returning to the office. Some say working from home is a blessing. Others say they missed their coworkers and welcome the change of scenery. Maria Garcia

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TikTok "Benadryl Challenge" prompts FDA warning on overdoses

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

TikTok "Benadryl Challenge" prompts FDA warning on overdoses

"Drug Administration has issued a warning about a social media craze that's apparently been landing teenagers in hospital emergency rooms. Correspondent Maria Garcia reports. It's called the Benadryl Challenge Trending on Tic Tac, and it's already led to the death of a 15 year old girl in Oklahoma. A quick online search and you'll see videos of kids taking the challenge guessing how many Benadryl pills they can take before getting sick. Dr. Michelle Reed is a family practitioner in Garden City, New York, and says parents need to limit S ability. Do not believe medicine just out and about if something is a prescription medicine, make sure that it is in your room or in a place where your child does not know where it is. Read says. If you suspect your child took excessive, Benadryl, call your local poison center immediately.

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First Black inmate put to death since resumption of federal death penalty

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

First Black inmate put to death since resumption of federal death penalty

"CBS's Maria Garcia on the first black inmate to be put to death tonight as part of the Trump administration's resumption of federal executions. 40 year old Christopher Viagra was executed in Terra Haute, Indiana after being convicted 20 years ago in the murders of a white couple in Texas. His execution is the seventh federal execution since the Justice Department. We started the practice this year after a 17 year hiatus more than 40. 6% of the inmates on death row are black. There are 56 federal inmates on death row at this time

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Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine enters Phase 3 trial in U.S.

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine enters Phase 3 trial in U.S.

"Has entered the final phase of testing for a covert 19 vaccine. Johnson and Johnson confirms entering critical Phase three and plans to enroll 60,000 participants as they move forward. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas says the vaccine has an advantage over the other ones being developed. It's an easier vaccine that other vaccines and that this vaccine is One shot and the other vaccines have been two shots. Vaccine does not have to be stored in sub zero temps, which is a plus, Vega says. While a trial reaching faith three is great News of Copan 19 vaccine will still not be available until next year. Maria Garcia CBS news

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Johnson & Johnson starts trial of one-dose COVID-19 vaccine

WBBM Late Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Johnson & Johnson starts trial of one-dose COVID-19 vaccine

"Leading American drug maker, has begun the final stage of testing for a Corona virus vaccine. Johnson and Johnson trials will be the largest with plans to enroll 60,000 participants. The experimental vaccine may also have several advantages. It does not need to be stored in sub zero temps. And it may just require one dose instead of two. If all goes as planned, Johnson and Johnson may be able to determine if the vaccine is safe and effective by the end of the year. Maria Garcia CBS news

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Covid-19 Live Updates: Johnson & Johnson Tests One-Shot Vaccine

Von Haessler Doctrine

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Covid-19 Live Updates: Johnson & Johnson Tests One-Shot Vaccine

"The final stage of testing for potential Corona virus vaccine is now underway. The Johnson and Johnson trials will be the largest with plans to enroll 60,000 participants. The experimental vaccine may also have several advantages. It does not need to be stored in sub zero temps, and it may just require one dose instead of two. If all goes as planned, Johnson and Johnson may be able to determine if the vaccine is safe and effective by the end of the year. Maria Garcia CBS

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

"Events taped around New York City. But City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the magic will still be the same. You will be able to feel the spirit and the joy of that day on television online, not alive Parade, but something that will really give us that Warmth and that great feeling we have on Thanksgiving Day. The mayor says it's important to keep traditions alive, especially when the nation needs uplifting experiences as we continue dealing with a challenging year. Maria Garcia, CBS News New York All right, is a certified young parson masks. They're totally

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

"Be be a a Macy's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade this year, but it won't be like anything you've seen before. Correspondent Maria Garcia has the story. Just like many other celebrations that are being altered by the covert crisis. This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will be virtual, featuring pre recorded events taped around New York City. But City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the magic will still be the same. You will be able to feel the spirit and the joy of that day on television online, not alive Parade but something that will really give us that warmth and that great feeling we have on Thanksgiving Day, The mayor says it's important to keep traditions alive, especially when the nation needs uplifting. Appearances as we continue dealing with a challenging year. Maria Garcia, a CBS News New York

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Tropical Storm Sally forms in the Gulf of Mexico

KYW 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Tropical Storm Sally forms in the Gulf of Mexico

"2020 is going down in the history books is a dreadful storm season. Now, hurricane warnings are up for parts of Louisiana and Mississippi as tropical Storm Sally closes in Sally is expected to strengthen before it hits the northern Gulf Coast Tuesday. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Can travel Looks like Sally can make landfall as a hurricane. Here. We're still providing shelter and assistance to our hurricane Laura evacuees here in the city and upward of 12. 1000 that we know of. There are currently six storm systems in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. CBS's Maria Garcia for the first time in recorded history. 18 tropical storms have formed before October in the Atlantic. The previous record was set by hurricane Stand Back in 2005. We still have a long way to go. Hurricane season runs June 1st through November, 30th.

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'Tenet' tallies $20.2M as Americans step back into theaters

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

'Tenet' tallies $20.2M as Americans step back into theaters

"Theater slowly reopening many cities, the new film tenant being used as a test run to see if audiences are ready to head back to the theaters. CBS News correspondent Maria Garcia reports. It'll open the right doors. Some of the wrong ones to tenant, A future spy thriller about preventing World War three scored $20 million at the box office over the weekend, despite many theaters still being shut down across the country. Normally, a film like this would bank at least 50 million on opening weekend, But Warner Brother says they'll take it about 35% of the nation's theaters remain closed. Three states, New York, New Mexico and California. Still have no theaters Open. Maria Garcia, CBS NEWS New York

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Census Work Has Been Winding Down, But A Judge Says It Needs To Press On For Now

Christine Flowers

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Census Work Has Been Winding Down, But A Judge Says It Needs To Press On For Now

"Says the census must continue CBS's Maria Garcia. The order issued by U. S. District Judge Lucy Coe forces the Trump Administration to continue in person counting efforts. It's expected to remain in effect until a hearing is held on September 17 to address another court order requiring the count to continue through the end of October. Without that extra time, there's concern the Census Bureau will not be able to conduct the mandated count of every single person living in the US, especially my Nor it ease and immigrant

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USPS lost veteran’s remains for 12 days, family alleges

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

USPS lost veteran’s remains for 12 days, family alleges

"Family of a US veteran is blaming Postmaster General Lewis to joy for a painful delay. CBS's Maria Garcia explains Army that Scott Egan died last month in ST Louis. His cremated remains were supposed to be delivered to one of his sisters in Maryland within two days through the USPS. But for 12 days, Egan's family had no idea. His ashes had gone after dealing with some red tape. A postal worker drove two hours each way to finally deliver the remains. The family blames the painful snap you on Lewis to Joy's recent attempt to make postal service cuts. Maria Garcia CBS News

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Anthony Fauci recovering after surgery to have polyp removed from vocal cord

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Anthony Fauci recovering after surgery to have polyp removed from vocal cord

"Top infectious disease expert is recovering from throat surgery here. CBS's Maria Garcia reporting, Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS White House correspondent Paula Read that he underwent polyp removal surgery on his vocal cords, and the procedure was done at George. Tintin University Hospital in DC Vouching who had to have general anesthesia was drowsy after the surgery and says he's looking forward to getting a good night's sleep. Thou cheese doctors have advised them to Lim talking to help his recovery.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 4 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Man's death. CBS's Maria Garcia Police say they were monitoring the protest late Saturday night along Is avenue when shot suddenly rang out. Thie male victim was rushed to Del Set Medical Center where he later died. Officials say initial reports indicate the victim may have been carrying a weapon when he reportedly approached a suspect in a vehicle and the suspect fired. That suspect is in custody and cooperating with the investigation. Maria Garcia CBS news A body of Congressman John Lewis will make a final crossing over Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Album L'M, Alabama this morning, CBS's Alison Keys spoke exclusively to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still very hard for me to talk about John leaving Pelosi considered Lewis to be a good friend. She laughs a bit about how he came to be known as the conscious of Congress, really, not a nickname so much as it does clear designation. A nympho era tive for all of us to be challenged by him on a regular basis. Pelosi says it was natural that lawmakers would always want to know what Louis thought, Pelosi says Louis was always a person of peace and love. Alison Keys. CBS NEWS Washington That weekly $600 federal unemployment benefit came to an end this weekend for more than 25 million Americans, CBS's Paula read. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says. I do think basic unemployment insurance fundamentally handled by the state, but backed about us will be a part of. But the Trump Administration says it does not want people to get paid more money to stay home than to work, suggesting a benefit that represents 70%.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good morning I'm Maria Garcia and here are three things now at one fifty one president trump has tested negative for corona virus and is praising the billion dollar virus package passed by the house for aid to we have the first two deaths of coronavirus in New York victims are an elderly man in Rockland county and an elderly woman in Brooklyn both had underlying health issues there are also two deaths now reported in New Jersey at three New York City teachers are calling for a mass sick out on Wednesday pushing that mayor de Blasio close city schools amid the covert nineteen outbreak churches in the city and other places of worship have also been hit by the virus outbreak our Mike Rosenberg tells us more the archdiocese of New York serves ten counties which includes Manhattan the Bronx Staten Island Westchester and Dutchess were gatherings of more than twenty people are now banned program effectively prohibited people in in Dutchess county from attending mass so that helped to make the decision for the archdiocese to cancel all masses until further notice you can still go to church though says archdiocese spokesman Jos willing we are not having mass with the churches will be remaining open for people to come in to pray we are urging people to pray for those who are fighting the disease who are who are fired gotten sick R. as well as for their doctors and nurses and caregivers and all those who are working so hard to find a a vaccine or cure he says in his thirty eight years for the archdiocese he's never seen anything like this Matt Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eight it is unfortunate but New York city's Human Rights Commission is now investigating complaints of coronavirus field acts of racism reported over the past two weeks attacks on people of Asian descent have multiplied across the globe since the disease originated in Wuhan China in January the apple of course which is home to the largest Chinatown in the western world has been no exception on Tuesday a fifty nine year old Asian man told police a team kicked him to the ground on the Upper East Side cursed at him and spit in his face on Thursday Asian man and his ten year old son in queens were repeatedly harassed governor Cuomo says he's disgusted by the attack finish asking the state hate crimes task force to investigate Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams now targeting price gouging when it comes to sanitizing products he had this to say to CVS.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hi Maria Garcia panic continues spreading over corona virus with at least thirty four states now dealing with cases twenty four people have died in the U. S. so far Dr Anthony Fauci is with the National Institute for allergy and infectious diseases on CBS's sixty minutes he addressed the idea of people skipping large gatherings as the virus continues to spread the idea of social distancing yeah I mean obviously that's something that will be seriously considered depending upon where we are in a particular region of the country the corona virus outbreak is causing major headaches in Italy or massive quarantines are being imposed CBS's Charlie d'agata with more from Rome it is by far the most dramatic measure yet in a race against the virus prime minister Giuseppe conte declaring the force lockdown of a quarter of the country's population nationwide museums movie theaters sporting events shut down weddings and funerals banned the contagion is not only accelerating it's now everywhere on Sunday the pope delivered his weekly address over a live video stream Joe Biden will be hitting the campaign trail in Michigan today or he's been endorsed by that state's governor this is the first woman in Detroit both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will be here in Michigan today another sign just how important this state is four years ago Sanders beat Hillary Clinton but right now the polls seem to give the edge to Biden Biden when following last week's big super Tuesday tribes would certainly be a major boost for the former vice president Michigan is the first populist midwestern state to vote this primary cycle with a hundred and twenty five delegates up for grabs two days after North Korea threatened to do something momentous it has launched three short range projectiles office eastern coast I'm Alex Jensen in Seoul and with North Korea in the middle of military.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Hi Maria Garcia panic continues spreading over corona virus with at least thirty four states now dealing with cases twenty four people have died in the U. S. so far Dr Anthony Fauci is with the National Institute for allergy and infectious diseases on CBS's sixty minutes he addressed the idea of people skipping large gatherings as the virus continues to spread the idea of social distancing yeah I mean obviously that's something that will be seriously considered depending upon where we are in a particular region of the country the corona virus outbreak is causing major headaches in Italy or massive quarantines are being imposed CBS's Charlie d'agata with more from Rome it is by far the most dramatic measure yet in a race against the virus prime minister Giuseppe conte declaring the force lockdown of a quarter of the country's population nationwide museums movie theaters sporting events shut down weddings and funerals banned the contagion is not only accelerating it's now everywhere on Sunday the pope delivered his weekly address over a live video stream Joe Biden will be hitting the campaign trail in Michigan today or he's been endorsed by that state's governor this is the fireman in Detroit both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will be here in Michigan today another sign just how important this state is four years ago Sanders beat Hillary Clinton but right now the polls seem to give the edge to Biden Biden when following last week's big super Tuesday tribes would certainly be a major boost for the former vice president Michigan is the first populist midwestern state to vote this primary cycle with a hundred and twenty five delegates up for grabs two days after North Korea threatened to do something momentous it has launched three short range projectiles office eastern coast I'm Alex Jensen in Seoul and with North Korea in the middle of military.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Your home for original reporting hi Maria Garcia as corona virus continues to spread across the nation classes have been suspended at several universities on the east coast including Columbia and Hofstra in California passengers aboard the grand princess cruise ships are expected to disembark in Oakland later today twenty one people on that ship have been infected with corona virus overseas the government in Italy has imposed quarantines as the outbreak worsens there CBS news correspondent Charlie d'agata is in Rome in the war against corona virus speedily chose the nuclear option a complete lock down a quarantine of sixteen million people twice the population of New York City a region that includes Venice and Milan it's financial capital a quarter of the country's population nobody in or out until April third in a country already on the verge of a recession oil prices continue to plunge but CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says that's a double edged sword the good news is that if you are thinking about driving a car over the next few weeks you're probably going to see gas prices drifted lower the bad news is that US oil producers rely on oil being at a high enough level so that they can make money so this is not very good for the energy industry in the United States Twitter has use its new manipulated media label for the first time on a video clip featuring Joe Biden the video retweeted by president trump chose the former vice president stumbling during a speech he says the words excuse me we can only re elect Donald Trump but his full statement actually was excuse me we can only real like Donald Trump if in fact we engaged in the circular firing squad here CBS news tech consultant Larry mac as the campaign goes on I suspect we're gonna see a lot of examples where people post on Twitter Facebook and other social media platforms images videos speeches and other media that is in some way manipulated or truncated the change the meaning of what the person said or did what it takes something out of context and the platforms are struggling with ways to at the very least label this type of deceptive content Twitter's new policy was enacted after years of criticism that the company has not done enough to prevent harassment on the platform the White House is ramping up its response to corona virus and the trump administration has a new chief of staff to help with the efforts here's this nation's Margaret Brennan on North Carolina congressman mark meadows Mulvaney will be moving into a job as an envoy to this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today your news live and local this is WCBS newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station fifteen degrees later today's sunny breezy warmer with a high near seventy W. CBS news time three oh three as the corona virus continues to spread governor Cuomo confirms there are one hundred five cases in the state I would get nervous if the number didn't go up we want to put them in isolation so they not spreading governor Andrew Cuomo says there are now sixteen more coronavirus cases confirmed with eighty two overall in Westchester county alone he toured around Northwell health's core labs it's one out of seven private labs in the state ready to be used for faster corona virus testing they just need CDC approval first please C. D. C. approve these private labs and improved automated testing to date there is no reason to delay these labs could run about an extra thousand or two tests per day in new Hyde Park critically she and WCBS newsradio eighty like last night Hofstra University canceled all campus classes for the week a statement on its website says a student who attended an event with someone infected with corona virus reports they now have flu like symptoms starting to day classes at Hofstra are canceled all week spring break starts Saturday March fourteenth Columbia University is canceling classes today and tomorrow because a person at the school is under quarantine after being exposed to corona virus that person has not been diagnosed with COPD at nineteen Barnard College which is considered one of Columbia's undergraduate colleges announced it's taking the same precautions in an email last evening Columbia University president Lee Bollinger says classes will be suspended Monday and Tuesday to try to prevent the virus from reading from Wednesday until the start of spring break on Friday Columbia you classes will.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:29 min | 9 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Hi Maria Garcia at the corona virus outbreak continues classes have been suspended at several universities on the east coast including Columbia and Hofstra in California passengers aboard the grand princess cruise ship are expected to disembark in Oakland on Monday more from KPIX TV is better you all roughly ten acre site at the port of Oakland is currently being sealed off fenced in and secure so that a sophisticated isolation operation can take place the site offers a number of benefits number one proximity to the Oakland airport which will provide us the ability to allow foreign passengers on this group to be repatriated and their home countries there will be no contact with the general public in terminals because the passengers will use a separate area for chartered flights twenty one people aboard the ship have tested positive for covert nineteen the battle for the democratic presidential nomination getting more personal now senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden focusing on the six contests in this week's edition of super Tuesday on ABC's this week Sanders was after winning Michigan would make or break his campaign I think we got a great shock to win in Michigan that we got a great shot to win in Washington maybe some of the states as well we have a long long way to go to the democratic nomination we're gonna fight off for every vote that we can get Michigan has one hundred and twenty five delegates at stake the White House is ramping up its efforts Agee ends corona virus with a new point man helping to call the shots North Carolina congressman mark meadows was announced as the president's new acting chief of staff via tweet replacing Mick Mulvaney CBS news senior foreign affairs correspondent and moderator of face the nation Margaret Brennan says it was never a question of if but meadows will get the job but when meadows has been a real ally of the president and it was expected to come into the role of the fact that it came by tweet late Friday a surprise people particularly at this moment of real stress for the administration in terms of responding to a crisis the former South Carolina congressman will now serve as special envoy for Northern Ireland in Nashville members of the missionary Baptist church worship in the rubble earlier today services were held inside a tent because a house of worship has lost its.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Update hi Maria Garcia four thirty two whose R. K. Y. W. traffic update thankfully no accidents reported at this time we're looking at on all the P. A. majors right now six seven six provide expressways in this for the school goal reading in or out of center city no major delays they're heading out to the suburbs now we do have some police activity on the ramp from four seventy six south bound down to ninety five said no delay with this one thankfully there's not a lot of volume there but the sum to watch out for this come on you kind of quickly everything in the blue route south bound to ninety five down to Delaware County otherwise we're looking good for twenty two to a to everything the king of Prussia area looks of looking pretty good as in any delays on the PA turnpike over in Jersey forty seven north bound this is Delsea drive just south of the turnpike to sing a bit of a slowdown and that might be some extra vivus watch out there in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm appointed this is Sunday March eighth twenty twenty good morning I'm Pat Saudi a four year old boy was shot on Saturday night inside a home in Philadelphia's Olney neighborhood K. Y. W. Saturday Howard reports just before eight PM police responded to a call that a four year old boy was shot at a home on north fourth street near only Avenue captain Nicholas the pluses described what could be seen at any family gathering just before the shooting maleness twenties who is known to the family was playing with a group of children who.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good morning I'm Maria Garcia and your three things now at twelve forty five one the rape and murder of a ninety two year old woman in queens as far as the acting director of ice to say it happened because the York as a sanctuary city to a norovirus gear in China's pumping extra screening of airline passengers here in the US and three president trump is beating up his defense team just as arguments are set to kick off at his impeachment trial next week CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff discuss the move with Michael Wallace and Steve Scott on the afternoon around so bill who is the president brought aboard well as you know we do have the two lead defenders pats of Bologna and Jay Sekulow of those who have been associated with the president for awhile but some other names that we know now we're going to be involved maybe most notably that of cans star you'll recall that he was one of the ones that investigated president Clinton and went from a real estate deal in whitewater two of the Monica Lewinsky saga he's being brought on as his Alan Dershowitz who is an expert in constitutional law you've seen him on no doubt a number of TV programs over the years is very prolific with that Robert ray who was also involved in the Clinton investigation those are a couple of names you might know Pam body the former Florida Attorney General CBS news is reporting that she's also part of the team she came on board the administration a little while ago to serve as a public relations person to help try to put the spin out from the White House on the investigation but now she's actually going to take a rather direct role in a few other names Jane Raskin fellow by the name of Michael per per and Patrick Philbin rounding out that team but they could add even more as they go along you mentioned the big name can Starbuck in nineteen ninety nine Donald Trump said this so can starlets listen and stars a lunatic I really think they can stars a disaster.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good morning I'm Maria Garcia things you know twelve fifteen one the Dow closed down six hundred twenty three points for the week as a trade war with China heats up China announced new tariffs on Friday president trump responded with more terrorists as well to spoke to residents at a grammar see park building are taking the stairs instead of the elevator and after a man was crushed and killed by an elevator on Thursday residents say the elevators in the building had a history of safety violations and three the verdict is in from a New Jersey judge the giant pile of garbage here the highlands has to be cleaned up here is the B. C. B. S. reporter Steve Burke most of New Jersey can trace its water supply up to the highlands in places like Vernon in Sussex county that's where the state claims Joseph Wallace has been leading in trucks to dump their waste on his property for years in order from the state allowed testing to be done on the seventy five foot high pile in a testing showed was rife with carcinogens that local officials worried could be seeping into the water supply now the state is once again prevailed in court with a judge ruling that Wallace has to stop bringing in materials and start cleaning up it's not clear how it'll be in force but the judge does say finds could be on the way if Wallace still ignores the order we reached Wallace's attorney Jeffrey Patty on the phone he claims the state is known about and tacitly approved off the pile for years it's unfair recess to make Wallace clean it up himself the state attorney general's office has not returned our request for comment Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty the NYPD has released a video message warning officers not to hesitate during arrests let's get the story from the V. CBS reporter son Adam in a stern voice the NYPD's chief of department told all police officers don't listen to the PBA if you hesitate arresting someone you might end up dead that video message was shared department wide in response to comments from the PBA president after the police commissioner fired officer Daniel Pantaleo for the chokehold death of Eric garner PBA president Pat Lynch cautioned officers to think twice when someone resists arrest step back wait for a supervisor don't open yourself up to liability chief of department Terrence Monahan calls that bad advice backing off he says could give a criminal the upper hand Lynch fires back in this anti police climate Monaghan is out of touch with reality your police headquarters Shawn Adams WCBS newsradio eighty twelve.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good evening I'm Maria Garcia here are three things no one eight forty five won a bronze man busted at JFK airport this morning trying to board a flight to Afghanistan the F. B. I.'s accusing that man of trying to join the Taliban and terrorize US soldiers to the house Judiciary Committee says it is now considering whether to recommend articles of impeachment against president trump following rubber mother's testimony here congressman Jerry Nadler is leading the effort and three a victory for the trump administration the U. S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for president trump to use Pentagon funds to rebuild sections of fencing along the southern border the New York state Attorney General not thrilled with the justice department approval of a merger between T. mobile and sprint let's get more from WCBS is Joe Abelardo proposed merger T. mobile and sprint is quote an anti competitive deal that will be bad for consumers and workers so says New York state Attorney General Letitia James is only service of corporate interests and does not really serves to represent the interests of consumers and in this country the deal would require T. mobile and sprint to sell some of their prepaid phone card businesses and some of their airwave rights to dish satellite TV James says that would concentrate power in the phone companies and as for dish you should never been in the wireless business and had a wireless network it it it it will build one now but it's past practice is any indication of the future that outlook is grim James in thirteen other states attorneys general are suing to block the merger of T. mobile and sprint she says the new plan and the justice department approval of it does not diminish their intent to fight this merger Joe Abelard newsradio eight eighty US sixty year old man jumped in front of a train in queens of police are trying to figure out why let's get more from WCBS is Marla diamond the man was wearing a backpack that police dean suspicious the bomb squad flooded the area under the elevated tracks on liberty.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good morning i'm maria garcia and here are three things no it's well forty five one new york state attorney general letitia james says she will not be cooperating with president trump's immigration raids this sunday she calls them a despicable act of racism to nassau county residents being told not to drink the tap water after an e coli outbreak in the waters off of long beach showering is not an issue though and three retired n._y._p._d. detective liu alvarez has stopped his cancer treatment and is now in hospice but he's still fighting for the nine eleven victim compensation fund opera sat down with our peter haskell to discuss his urgency to see the bill passed what do you think his continually get held up in congress what what is it that they don't get What they don't get is. That. Politics. It's to sandlot baseball game now on our want this. I'm playing roughly. That's worked together. You know what score together? We'll have one specific goal in mind. Take care of fresh responds who justly deserved. Compensated and to have the peace of mind. If they get sick. Deal. Have you benefits if you had a chance to talk to Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, what would you tell them? I would tell them. So we have to. Partisan politics side. And take care of. What's your message to the guys who worked in the World Trade Center, who either are sick or might someday kit, sick catch that number one? Catch yourself. Check. I am the prime example. The guy who taught us to police force. And nothing's going to happen to me. Sixteen years later. Sitting office..

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Maria Garcia, and your three things to know at one, fifteen one mayor de Blasio says he will not attend today's annual Puerto Rican day parade as because it'd be campaigning in the early voting state of Iowa to his critic the mayor says he is running for president in that means h djing schedule to a Muslim woman says she was the victim of a hate crime. In the Bronx that happened last month after the woman got off a bus. In more Sania the victims has four men pushed and beat her investigation is now underway and three the search for a missing mother of five continues in Connecticut. We get the update from WCBS reporter Steve burns search for clues into Jennifer Delos disappearances, showing no signs of slowing down the Hartford current reports detectives and canines are still going through shredded garbage at a trash plant in Hartford, and now multiple reports indicate investigators were seen on the property outside Hartford Jennifer's estranged husband. Fota stool slips, they were being led around by photos, his girlfriend, Michelle tra- conus. She's been wearing a GPS tracker ever since she posted five hundred thousand dollars bond photos, still in jail, both were arraigned on charges of evidence tampering and hindering. The prosecution court documents indicate the two were seen dropping off several trash bags around Hartford. The night, Jennifer went missing may twenty fourth inside those banks. Investigators found cloves and other items stained with Jennifer's blood. They say blood was also found in Jennifer's, new Canaan home, and it looked like someone tried to clean it up their five children between eight and thirteen have been staying with Jennifer's mother in New York City. She's now applied for custody of those kids, citing focuses arrest, Steve burns, WCBS, NewsRadio eighty traffic light will soon be installed at a deadly intersection in Brooklyn WCBS reporter micros Berg with more from Benton, her steel frustrated, and you'll heartbroken state assemblyman William Colton has been trying to get a traffic light here at the intersection of Benton avenue and bay twenty fifth street. For six years. It's finally going to happen this November, but it's too late for a mother who lives here, her three year old son was struck and killed as a car went to make a right. Turn onto Benton avenue, last month took a three year old to get killed by a car in order for the to finally pay attention to that. We need a late here on Briggs says she's scared walking through this intersection because people speed.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS Maria Garcia. There are three things to know at nine forty five one. A second suspect has been arrested in the queen's robbery that led to the friendly fire death of NYPD detective Brian Simonson police say twenty five zero Jagger Freeman acted as a lookout Christopher ransom. How up a T mobile store in Richmond hill officials say Freeman took off when shots rang out to New Jersey are trying to locate the son of a couple found fatally stabbed inside their Englewood home. The victims have been identified seventy one year old Edward bodak and seventy two year old mirrors Lawa Toca officials say the incident appears to be isolated and three in Illinois say the man who killed five co workers at a warehouse on Friday brought his gun to a meeting knowing he was going to be fired forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was fatally shot by police during the rampage astronaut Mark Kelly announced this week that he's running for John McCain's old Senate seat CBS Saturday morning. Correspondent Dana Jacobson takes a look at the small club of congressmen who've traveled to space. John Glen, blazed the trail both in space and on Capitol Hill. He was the first American to orbit the earth back in nineteen sixty two and then became the first astronaut elected to congress in one thousand nine hundred seventy four Glenn spent twenty five years as a Senator from Ohio and in his last term return to space and nine hundred ninety eight at the age of seventy seven. Before he was elected to represent New Mexico in the Senate Jack Schmitt was the last human to walk on the moon one zero. Well on the Apollo seventeen mission. Schmidt snapped a picture of earth known as the blue marble, perhaps the most famous photo of our planet and Jack swagger is responsible for one of the most famous lines in NASA history. We've had a problem here twelve years after he and the crew of the Apollo thirteen safely returned to earth after their ill-fated lunar mission swagger was elected to represent Colorado's sixth house district. But he died before he was sworn in liftoff of mission. Fifty-one Jake garn became the first sitting member of congress to visit space and a seven member crew of discovering the Utah Senator was head of the subcommittee. Overseeing NASA when he flew aboard space shuttle discovery in one thousand nine hundred five I remember the first thing from the Capcom was welcome to space rookies. Former Florida Senator Bill Nelson traveled to space in one thousand nine hundred six while he was a member of the house of representatives. Nelson says the experience of spaceflight and looking back at our planet changed his perspective. Love seeing that the daily little rigors the daily little spat. They seem a little less important. If Mark Kelly wins the democratic nomination for his Senate seat, he will likely face another high flier in the general election..

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good evening. Maria Garcia, and here are three things. Snow at eleven fifteen one former Trump advisor, George Papadopoulos has been sentenced for lying to the FBI the punishment fourteen days in prison. He's the first former campaign aide to be sentencing special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation to the hunt for the op Ed writer continues in Washington, the president calling for attorney general Jeff Sessions to investigate Trump's these it as a national security issue. He was slammed in the anonymous op Ed piece written by someone in the Trump administration and three Brooklyn DA era Gonzales looking to overturn possibly twenty thousand marijuana convictions. He is not prosecuting most misdemeanor cases now and says it's unfair for people to carry past convictions, which would not be pursued today four days before the seventeen th anniversary of the September eleventh terrorist attack members of the NYPD gathered. In lower Manhattan to remember their own today. WCBS reporter back Rosenberg was there. The world sore on September eleventh what it is New Yorkers in New York City. Police officers are made of and we say it often we run towards danger police benevolent association. President Pat Lynch did not mince words and trying to send a message about what nine eleven taught the world about first responders before nine eleven the tradition of honoring those first responders happened every year here at the police memorial in battery park and its happened every year in the nearly seventeen cents. But with a different more solemn undertone, which is words resonated with a young, man. Who's here from Texas? Lieutenant David Barnett, the Collin county sheriff's office who told me he's.

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WCBS Newsradio 880

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Big stories on WCBS good morning I'm Maria Garcia You are three things at one fifteen one police still investigating the. Death of a baby boy found floating in, the East River near the Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday the eight-month-old was wearing only a diaper officials say no parent. Or guardian has been located at this point to terrify moments at an Upper West side restaurant a man jumped out. Of a walk in freezer at Tara Beth restaurant on Sunday and attacked employs with a knife then the man suffered a medical emergency and died police, say he wasn't a former worker and they still don't know how he got in and three definitely not a spa. Day at a Brooklyn nail salon where a brawl recently went down. Between some. Workers and customers You're. Hearing cell phone video of that wild attack which. Shows a worker viciously beating to customers with a broomstick at the new. Apple nail salon and avenue in east flatbush, the employees thirty two year old who Ye Zang was charged with and weapon possession she was freed on our. Own reconnaissance after a hearing on Saturday in Brooklyn criminal court one of the customers involved twenty five year old Christina. Thomas was also arrested on a charge of misdemeanor assault she was also released on her own recognizance the woman who posted the video says racial bias. Played a role in the Malay she points out that all the customers were black and the workers were all Asian Another heatwave is. Upon. Us. And we'll be sticking around until Tuesday WCBS. Reporter Mike sugarman spent his Sunday staying, cool with some special friends they could be the coolest dudes and do debts around and it's not just because of the tuxedos they wear year round hangings penguins at the penguin display at the central park, zoo it is a comfy thirty five degrees comfy, for penguins inside their enclosure for those of us looking thought that cool but it's much better than outside the way it is a hot wave says Simone bolt who is visiting from Spain with his wife. Alexandra and it's actually much cooler here today in.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The big stories on wcbs good morning i'm maria garcia here are three things at three fifteen one president trump maintains his stern stance on immigration to the supreme court rules at generally police need warrants to access cellphone data a big win for privacy advocates and three the new jersey man accused of mowing down pedestrians in manhattan truck attack last year pleads not guilty in court after facing additional charges in the case the nypd beefing up security for this year's pride parade it kicks off sunday at noon in the west village fifty thousand marchers and two and a half million spectators are expected to show up for the forty nine times the celebration is being held police saying that while no one has made any credible threats to the parade they will be deploying a large number of officers in uniform and in plainclothes to protect the public to commemorate the day the empire state building will be lit up in a rainbow of lights throughout pride weekend more than a thousand pages of emails obtained by wcbs eight eighty reveal effort by the trump administration to disown a rainbow flag that went up at the stonewall national monument last year are alex silverman has exclusive the rainbow flag had already gone up and staffers in the national park service's new york office seemed excited about it they helped plan the ceremony but when a new story started circulating saying this would be the first permanent pride flag on federal land things changed assistant deputy interior secretary todd williams wanted to know what was up park service workers in new york seemed frantic breathing down my neck at one wrote within hours the park service director got a message saying todd ordered the flag removed williams didn't answer when we asked why what an official brought up how the community might react the director suggested it might become a quote safety issue but the flag is still up there because officials orchestrated away to save face they got the city parks department to take the flags as a donation and take control of maintenance at the flagpole a spokesperson for mayor de blasio says the city is quote damn proud to do so that's wcbs alex silverman reporting in connecticut former police officers may be facing charges for allegedly falsifying background check reports for their colleagues according to the new haven register local police chief anthony campbell says he already contacted the state in us attorney's offices weighing in on whether to prosecute former officers leah russo in christian ramirez who have since resigned the findings are the result of a may investigation which was launched after incorrect information was discovered on a report wcbs news time three eighteen on the eighth and let's see turnpike delays new jersey yeah it's still due to their car fire was actually a truck fire over by thirteen in the northbound direction plus you have the gospels bridge closed staten island bounce that a lot of things going on in that area if you can use the bayonne bridge to try to avoid that and get back on the turnpike and over the newark bay extension that might be the way to go or the outer bridge crossing as well just try to avoid the turnpike northbound by thirteen as they continue to work on that truck there if you're using the newark bay extension you're fine and by the way this report is brought to you by.

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"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"maria garcia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Belmont stakes game two of the subway series yankees beat out the mets final score forty three cloudy seventy two degrees on saturday june ninth could evening i'm maria garcia cbs news time eleven thirty one it is a very big deal a north korean leader has never met with a sitting us president the two countries have no diplomatic relationship and have been at odds since the korean war started nearly seventy years ago but that is all changing now with president trump's scheduled summit next week with north korea's kim jong hoon singapore's one of the few countries that have relationships with both the us and north korea are ben tracy is there is no doubt this super bowl of political summits and everybody is now waiting for president trump and kim jong un to arrive here in singapore capella hotel where the some between the two leaders will take place is already unlocked down and close to the public there is also a visible security presence at the hotels where president trump and kim jong un will be staying the historic summit is set for tuesday president trump is very optimistic and says he is undertaking what he's calling a mission of peace a stark warning from president trump to america's trading partners earlier today not to counter his decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports cbs news correspondent we jiang reports from the g seven summit in canada that did not go necessarily well with the president placing blame on past american presidents even though president trump said saturday that he had made progress on these trade talks he didn't seem willing to budge on the tariffs because he characterize them as a tool essential to level the playing field because he strongly believes right now the us is on the wrong side of deals but what was interesting was that he didn't blame the other world leaders he blamed his predecessors and he said for fifty years things have just gotten worse and worse and past presidents made bad deals and that's why we're in the situation now that he feels he has to clean up since the g seven president trump tweets that he now does not endorse the g seven joint statement after canada's pm's false statements he also tweeted that trudeau acted meek and.

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