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New York Gov. Cuomo urges communities to reform police forces within nine months
"Will score one for the protesters that was the message today from governor Cuomo one day after he signed a package of police accountability measures into state law now he's telling demonstrators who demanded those reforms following the death of George Floyd Minneapolis to make sure they now take part in efforts to revamp local policing the governor has signed an executive order requiring all the state's police departments to implement reforms or it could cost them as correspondent mark Remillard report under Cuomo's order requires all local police agencies including the NYPD to develop as it says plans to reinvent and modernize their policing strategies and it requires them to develop that plan with input from the community he says it's an opportunity for police and communities to reshape their relationship together in the communities that want a different relationship design it define it do it over the next nine months police agencies are required to submit plans or risk losing state funding and they have a deadline of April first of next year to drop those reforms nine months
Cuomo Says New York Is Now 'Decidedly In The Reopening Phase'
"The most of new York's reopening plans continue to happen on a region by region basis with more to come in a matter of days as correspondent mark Remillard report under Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that a section of the state between Albany and New York City will begin re opening this week the mid Hudson is still on track on the numbers to open Tuesday he says the next area of focus is Long Island Long Island is on track to meet the numbers on Wednesday we have to get the number of deaths down on Long Island and we have to get the number of tracers up and he says for the first time all trains on the Long Island Rail Road will be cleaned and disinfected
New York will open in phases, Cuomo says
"Well New York is into closer to re opening parts it's common because she's economy correspondent mark Remillard governor Andrew Cuomo says the death rate has been steady number of lives lost one hundred and fifty seven that number has been stubborn you can see may tenth was one sixty one but as the state was one seeing several hundred deaths per day the conversation has shifted some to when and how to reopen the state governor Cuomo says his state will reopen slowly and region by region
Governor Andrew Cuomo contemplating sports’ return to New York
"So the homo says some sports are due to make a comeback in this as he starts easing some covert nineteen related restrictions here in the state mark Remillard reports your governor Andrew Cuomo says his state will open slowly and region by region one area that's slated to begin operations again soon soon are are some some sports sports but but don't don't expect expect fans fans in in the the crowd crowd we're we're getting getting a a little little more more nuanced nuanced in in our our analysis analysis looking looking for for economic economic activities activities that you can start without crowds home also says worst racing can get back under way at venues like Belmont and Saratoga starting June first but again no fans allowed in the grandstands coming home also suggested it might not be long before the yanks and Mets get back out there even though that decision is up to the MLB he said fans probably won't be able to watch games in person for quite some time because guess what large gatherings still not safe so there's that in the broadcast
Top Trump health officials to testify before Senate via video conference
"Meanwhile four of the nation's top health experts will testify about pandemic response this week before a Senate committee in Washington but not in the usual way is correspondent mark Remillard report Dr Anthony Fauci CDC director Robert Redfield FDA commissioner Steven Hahn and Assistant Secretary of health Dr brazier while will testify before the Senate health committee Tuesday but none will appear in person doctors found G. Redfield in Han are all in some form of quarantine after possible exposure to cope in nineteen so all the witnesses will appear via video conference according to a statement from committee chairman Lamar
"mark remillard" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Correspondent mark Remillard report of an around the Santa says he's ordered high throughput testing machines for three state run labs that he says can shorten the turnaround time of a cold it nineteen tested here in southern Florida we take it every day to the Miami lab run it through and then hopefully be able to get a result the next morning he says the proactive approach will help the state moved closer to re opening he added that three hundred and twenty thousand people have been tested so far but that's in a state with twenty one million people meaning that's only about one and a half percent wow governor DeSantis says he does not plan to allow movie theatres or in person sporting events to resume anytime soon in Florida once this time with the read twelve now the official ten ten wins accu weather four day forecast is going on out there meteorologist Carl Erickson well Stephanie will be a light rain will drizzle out there nothing too terribly heavy this will contend with stuff to read others some heavier steadier rain well off to our south it'll make its way into the city here toward daybreak with on the forty six for a low and that will make for a very soggy very wet Sunday throughout the day and into tonight the good day to stay in and watch some movies and just the state icing Nkosi indoors with temperatures only getting up to about fifty of the for a high with that rain then back down to forty three tonight now it's going into Monday still very unsettled weather low clouds around some showers leftover high forty nine the nice warm up the skies begin to brighten up on Tuesday partly sunny skies and a high near sixty but right now it's forty nine degrees with a drizzle and light rain out there humidity seventy four percent winds northeast at seven miles per hour review the current temperature forty nine going down to forty six in midfield I make it with a meteorologist Carl Erickson on new York's weather station ten ten wins at tasty cake it's all about making happy happen no matter what the situation Hey helping your friends move on a third time this year what do you say we put a smile on that face.
New York Appears to Be ‘Past the Plateau’ of Virus Cases, Cuomo Says
"Well there's more positive news in new York's fight against the new coronavirus here's correspondent mark Remillard the state of New York appears to be on a downswing you could argue that we are past the plateau we were starting to descend governor Andrew Cuomo said that's good news but there were still two thousand more hospitalizations and positive cases of covert nineteen on Friday and while that represents a drop and that is still a overwhelming number he says the state also saw a reduction in deaths but five hundred and forty people still died in the last twenty four hours at his daily current affairs press briefing governor Cuomo said the rate of covert nineteen hospitalizations has declined but New York state did have five hundred and forty deaths due to that illness Friday thirty six but those at nursing homes reporters asked if nursing home administrators were not disclosing the information out of fear here's what the governor said I've spoken to a number of nursing homes I think more than anything it's they're overwhelmed formal call nursing homes the biggest concern for New York authorities with so many vulnerable people in one place he referred to them as a feeding frenzy for the
Federal Reserve will support to the new small business lending program
"The federal reserve is now stepping in to help small business get government backed loans your correspondent mark Remillard with that story for the federal reserve says it will support the government's three hundred and forty nine billion dollars small business lending program after a rocky start on Friday the fed says it will buy loans that banks make to small businesses as part of the program which was set up under that two point two trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus plan by purchasing the loans the fed would create an incentive for banks to engage in lending after many small businesses complained they had trouble accessing the lending
Gov. Cuomo announces new temporary hospital sites as New York death tolls rise
"A a new new week week begins begins in in the the tri tri state state area area there there is is no no end end in in sight sight to to the the challenge challenge that that is is frozen frozen our our lives lives the the coronavirus coronavirus death toll surging past a thousand in New York state to at least one thousand twenty six as of Sunday seven hundred seventy six of the lives lost in lost in New York City was less than one month ago when New York recorded its first confirmed case of code nineteen we haven't even been going through this for a month yet on Sunday the ninety eight people died in the five boroughs nearly twelve hundred more recall they tested positive queens now has eleven thousand confirmed cases about a third of all the cases in the city on Sunday governor Cuomo extended the mandatory business closures until at least April fifteenth to cope with the pandemic several hours later president trump extended the federal social distancing guidelines to April thirtieth more from correspondent mark Remillard president trump now calling his hopes of re opening the country by Easter aspirational instead saying Sunday that a voluntary national shut down needs to continue beyond that date we will be extending our guidelines to April thirtieth to slow the spread it's a stark change in posture for the president and his top public health advisors are saying the corona virus pandemic could claim more than a hundred thousand lives if too little is done to fight it in some hard hit neighborhoods in the city it seems like the sound of ambulances racing through the streets is almost continuous officials and medical personnel racing to expand hospital capacity before the crisis peaks for now Dr Mitchell Katz president and CEO of NYC health and hospitals says there have been a ventilators for those who need them for now everyone who is needed a ventilator has gotten a ventilator the people who need the protective equipment have god in the protective equipment but there is tremendous anxiety about the coming weeks U. S. navy medical ship will arrive in the city today to begin treating non covert nineteen patients to hospitals can focus on pandemic response governor Cuomo's is the conversion of the Javits center to a hospital is also moving quickly jobs will be coming online this week also remember a lot of what we're doing is we're building capacity and assembling suppliers for the apex you can these people say well you don't need this today yeah I know I don't need it today because I know where we are in the trajectory today I have to prepare for the apex for the Kerr that's where I need the beds that's where I need the supplies et cetera governor says the patient zero from new Rochelle that outbreak has been been discharged discharged discharged from from from the the the hospital hospital hospital now now now home home home Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Korb Korb Korb whose whose whose is is is the the the attorney attorney attorney who who who tested tested tested positive positive positive back back back on on on March March March second second second more more more than than than fifty fifty fifty cases cases cases are are are traced traced traced back back back to to to him him him as as as he he he commuted commuted commuted to to to and from Manhattan
Coronavirus: Trump extends US guidelines beyond Easter
"On Sunday governor Cuomo extended the mandatory business closures until at least April fifteenth to cope with the pandemic several hours later president trump extended the federal social distancing guidelines to April thirtieth more from correspondent mark Remillard president trump now calling his hopes of re opening the country by Easter aspirational instead saying Sunday that a voluntary national shut down needs to continue beyond that date we will be extending our guidelines to April thirtieth to slow the spread it's a stark change in posture for the president and his top public health advisors are saying the corona virus pandemic could claim more than a hundred thousand lives if too little is done to
"mark remillard" Discussed on WRVA
"Mark Remillard is with the Bloomberg campaign in west Palm Beach Florida Bloomberg making that announcement in a statement following his disappointing performance on super Tuesday saying that after yesterday's results the delegate math has become virtually impossible and that a viable path to the nomination no longer exists in dropping out Bloomberg has also thrown his support behind Joe Biden who he says has the best chance to beat Donald Trump in November Margaret Millar ABC news west Palm Beach Florida there are reports that Elizabeth Warren is also contemplating her next move following her super Tuesday wipe out an aide to the Massachusetts senator says she's been speaking to staffers and assessing the path forward governor Ralph Northam has announced today that state officials are executing long standing public health plans in response to the corona virus I want to assure Virginians that we are actively monitoring this new disease and it spread to date there have been no positive cases of coronavirus in Virginia but if and when it appears in Virginia we are prepared for militants as a testing for corona virus will take place at the state lands which will eliminate the delay of testing results would test you're sent to the CDC in Atlanta state epidemiologist Dr Lilian Peake says that seventeen people have been tested fourteen were determined not to have the virus in three tests depending she does note however that there is no current vaccines so anyone feeling sick should stay away from other people Dr Anthony Fauci told the house Appropriations Committee today it's all hands on deck to develop a coronial virus vaccine the head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases then predicted the first phase of that will lock in before may I think we'll be in in probably about six weeks which as a matter of fact will be the fastest that anyone at that has gone from the identification of a sequence into a phase one trial of any vaccine that's ever been done vality notes however that after the phase one trial comes a necessary second phase which will take between twelve and eighteen months to complete and must be completed before approving the corona virus vaccine for use at least two dozen people are dead dozens injured after power bowl tornadoes tore through central Tennessee early yesterday Putnam County sustained the highest number of deaths county mayor Randy Porter telling reporters they have identified all victims except one the grim search for survivors continues today checking.
Sexually transmitted infections on The rise in The military
"Seven a disturbing new report shows dramatic increases in the rates of sexually transmitted infections in men and women serving in the US military, ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard, a report saying that three particular infections are most concerned committee gonorrhea and syphilis around the rise within the, the nation's military services, and that has a broader affect on the military would have an effect, obviously, on the personnel both short term and long-term on their wellbeing, but also in their unit readiness and by extension the larger military military, for example, this report cited in two thousand twelve SEI's in the navy accounted for healthcare costs of five point four million. And that's in the navy alone. So there's an economic cost. There's a personnel readiness cost to this, and they're saying that part of the conservative. This is the result of more risky behavior. The majority of our military. Branches are made up by eighty four percent are male. And they say that they're starting to see based on surveys that they done more risky behavior. Especially in the age group of eighteen to twenty five so the younger male populations talking about higher rates of sex with multiple partners, higher rates of having sex with new partners without condoms and things like that, that they are saying. May may be the reason behind the rise in this, these STI's and one of the main contributors to that being what they say is potentially dating apps is actually a one of the reasons that they may be seeing more non counters in these kinds of things. This is an age group of people who simply weren't alive to hear the safe sex message that was, you know, made very, very clear in the immediate. Wake of the aids crisis of the eighties. Yeah, exactly, it actually a part of that, too. And part of this report did talk about HIV being still, obviously, a concern in the military, and that, that there may be members of the military, you don't realize that there are their fellow colleagues and fellow service members who may have HIV now rates of HIV infections are steady between between twenty twelve in two thousand seventeen the rate remained pretty steady. But the rates of these bacterial infections, which are easier to treat they, they can be used by antibiotics rather than viral infections like HIV HP herpes, these kinds of things, which have all decreased these bacterial infections like gonorrhea. And are on the rise. And that is concerning. ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Thank you,
Federal Trade Commission announces major crackdown on robocalls
"App a major operation will be announced this morning to combat pesky robo calls here's reporter mark remillard the f._t._c. is poised to announce operation call it quits which the commission says is a multi-agency crackdown on telemarketers responsible for more than a billion robocalls the f._t._c.'s bureau of consumer protection director andrew smith is set to join indiana's attorney general curtis hill to announce details on the operation
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"Sea ABC's, Mark Remillard, joins us on the KOMO news line. And that was close. When you watch. Video do we know what led up to this near collision? Well, you have the finger pointing, essentially, you have the Russian navy, which is essentially saying that the US cruiser. Changed course very quickly which forced the Russian destroyer to maneuver and avoid collision. Then you have the US navy which says that they were on a steady course, and it was the Russian destroyer that up and came alongside them. And it was the US cruiser that had to go engine back full to avoid a collision, so you have the finger pointing, however, the video that we have seen. From the US navy does appear to support the US navy's statement because you see the Russian cruiser come up from behind and get very close in. It's pretty incredible. To see these two massive military ships. Get that close how close they were times, potentially within one hundred feet of her or so. And, and then a barely avoid collision Mark. You can't turn a ship on a dime. Certainly tell us a little more about how they, they avoid each other. They went full of stern and what else do they have to do? Well, obviously would take the, the maneuvering to we, we've seen the video the American ship, as you mentioned. They're going engine pull back to, to, to slow down and maneuver to what appear, it was the ship's left in the Russian ship making a move to the right to avoid the collision. It's not clear. Obviously how this, this really came to be an mentioned. You have that big pointing, but it does seem from some of the military analysts and then commentator. There's a we've spoken to that it could be related to the fact that the Chinese president Xi Jinping is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin today, that this may have been a show of force, or muscle flex, by the Russian navy to show its support for China and its dominance in the South China Sea this occurred in the Philippine sea, very close to the South China Sea, and that's an area that is contested in the US constantly, send ships through so potentially that was Russia, showing its support for China and the acting Defense Secretary, none, too happy with this, calling the behavior unsafe and unprofessional. Yeah, absolutely put a lot of people in danger. No question to ships of this magnitude running into each other could have been pretty catastrophic. And now this is something that has occurred quite often with regularity between the US in Russian military. But optin it's in the sky. It's, it's planes, intercepting each other just last week. There was a US military plane in minute Mediterranean. That was intercepted by a Russian fighter, so. We often see this kind of interceptions and shadowing of, of each other's military forces in the sky. But it's rare to see it in a naval. Is setting. And then also with two ships of this size in getting just that close. That was as the US navy says it's extremely dangerous and reckless. And they say they're going to file a formal complaint with the international oversight board that looks at maritime, you know, ships and making sure that they don't collide with each other. They're going to file a formal complaint. And you've got to wonder what could happen because there were powerful guns on board. And missiles. Yeah, of course, and there's that Al PSE provocation between two countries who are world superpowers that at the present time, our two countries that have relations in some of the lowest levels, we've seen in, in decades between the US and Russia, our relations are very cold between them and then you have, and this is where the whole Chinese you comes in China and Russia or not the greatest of, of allies to each other. However, they do see the US as a as a mutual, though. And especially and this is where you. Start to see the possible connection between the Russian support a China in the South China Sea, in that possibility of why does occurred ABC's Mark Remillard. Thank you, Mark. Komo news time six forty and time for a check on the Harley exterior sports desk with komo's Bill Swartz. Mariners are in southern California with payback in mind Bill. I pinch is twenty seven minutes away in Anaheim. The Mariners have a rematch against the angels. L A roll through Seattle last weekend taking three out of four pleased report a couple of mariner players had successful surgery and are out of the hospital. Mitch Haniger ruptured a testicle after hitting himself with a foul ball. Former Washington, husky Brayden Bishop suffered a lacerated spleen while playing four Tacoma. Rainiers Seahawks complete another voluntary week of football OTA's in Renton running back. Rashad penny has dropped below two hundred thirty pounds to be quicker. Not just I just went to a nutritionist and she just helped me out. You know, starting milk prep, pride two meals. A day. And then I mean, I feel better mandatory minicamp for the hawks next week, NBA finals game four in Oakland right now the warriors trying to level up with Toronto game five returns to candidate next Monday. Scott Brown and MAC couture share the second round lead of the Canadian Gulf open. Former U dub husky golfer, Nick Taylor one shot. 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Julian Assange too ill to appear in court via video link, lawyers say
"Accord hearing is set in London for WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange, ABC's, Mark Remillard, reports, Assange will appear in Westminster magistrate's court in London via video link as the court holds and. Extradition hearing over the United States is request that he'd be brought here to face charges that he violated the espionage act, the Sanjay's legal team had asked for a postponement citing health concerns. But that was rejected. Separately Assange is facing another extradition request by Sweden stemming from a nearly decade, old rape investigation. He's also been sentenced to fifty weeks in prison by UK ethnicities for breach of
Man with knives attacks schoolgirls at bus stop outside Tokyo
"The knife attack in a bus stop Japan leaves at least nineteen people wounded two people confirmed dead, plus the alleged killer thirteen school. Children were hurt. More from correspondent Mark Remillard, Japanese public broadcaster, NHK reporting the police, there say, fifteen people, mainly schoolchildren have been stabbed in city near Tokyo authorities say eight elementary school students and seven adults are receiving treatment. Police say two adults and one child are without vital signs. One person has been detained for ten Japan. Say the attacker took his own life by slitting his own
Trump Threatens China With More Tariffs Ahead of Final Trade Talks
"Comes as China has backtracked on some of their previous agreements during negotiations of a new trade deal. It's a remarkable shift from just a few weeks ago when talks between China and the US appeared to be on track for a deal to end, the costly, trade war, Mark Remillard, New York. President Trump set to meet with Chinese officials at the White House. Tomorrow local expert tells us he thinks. The president is threatening more tariffs on China as an ago, she aiding strategy paying attention to the Trump administration is not exactly out of character on Snaith is director of the institute for economic forecasting at UCF. He tells me the president talked extremes with North Korea and pulling out of NAFTA. And in the end both cases probably an improvement over the situation that preceded. And when I asked him if raising tariffs would need, you pay more for certain goods. Yeah. That's a possibility. But it's not always clear cut. Eight says it varies from one product to the next sometimes companies can absorb all the cost increases. Sometimes it's passed onto the consumer either way state says we haven't seen any large-scale price impacts from the tariffs. The Trump administration already imposed
Kids II recalls 700,000 sleeping rockers after infant deaths
"The consumer product safety. Commission's recalling more infants sleepers over concerns. They kids could suffocate ABC's. Mark Remillard reports the CPS issues. A recall for approximately six hundred ninety four thousand kids to rocking sleepers over concerns that infants can roll over on their stomach while unrestrained and suffocate. The agency says since two thousand twelve five deaths have occurred in the rockers all thirty-six models of the kids to rocker sleepers are affected. It follows a recall earlier this month of four point seven million Fisher Price Rockin play sleepers over similar
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"Weeks. Mark Remillard, ABC news, light rain continues to move through the Puget Sound area. We'll get the latest on your forecast coming right up. I though KOMO AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. How are we doing marina bunching up quite a bit? Southbound I five out of Federal Way to five to fifty four th southbound one six seven really difficult to from about highway eighteen past Ellington, northbound I five in Tacoma is heavy right at city center. Taking a look at JBL M kind of the south end of JV elements where that's a struggle northbound I five from two points. Oakham road into JBL. We have at tough southbound four zero five in Bellevue where it is solid from five twenty down to one hundred twelve th avenue northeast northbound four zero five in the Tacoma area is going to be heavy up to Talbot. Southbound I five slow from mid Boeing field through the Duwamish curves all the way down to two hundred northbound I five heavy from Albro to I ninety tough again from five twenty two Lake City way. And then it really becomes a slow go from Northgate all the way up through Mountlake terrace. Northbound four zero five on the east side is struggling from five twenty up to totem lake and effort, that's a tough one to north on. I five from the Boeing freeway through an past highway two almost up to that first exit in Marysville. Your next KOMO traffic at four twenty four. Okay. Here's the forecast as we do have some light bands of showers moving through all afternoon, and you get a break from it. Then the next one comes in. We're looking at some of the light rain over the south portion of the Olympic mountains that'll be hitting us and maybe an hour or so so that the light rain is ended where you are get ready for another round here pretty quickly. Tonight's low about forty eight to fifty tomorrow, mostly cloudy. Chance of showers, maybe even some sun breaks sixty for the high in Everett now, light rain and fifty Tacoma narrows airport forty nine and in downtown Seattle here that Seattle center. Fifty one light rain. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. Komo news..
CDC, Listeria And Mark Remillard discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Ill. The CDC warns a deadly multi-state listeria outbreak can be traced to deli meat agency says it's currently investigating the outbreak. And it's believed to be linked to meats cheeses sliced deli counters where they have not been able to identify a single common supplier BBC's Mark Remillard says for now the onus is are concentrated in states to our north. The CDC is not suggesting you stop eating deli meat but tells retailers to keep the deli slice
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"The United States sealed indictment related to those WikiLeaks. Release of classified information. Assange lawyer has already said he was arrested for that extradition. Request of the big question. Now will he be sent to the US the British? Of course, do have an extradition treaty with the US, but one big question that they will wrestle with is the death penalty. The US has the death penalty, the British do not it will be a matter decided in court, whether they believe that he would be subject to the death penalty if he were sent to the US and that could George be a barrier to his extradition NASA. Publishing the results of its landmark twin study looking into how extended spaceflights affect the human body ABC's. Mark Remillard reports there's been no other study like it NASA comparing the effects of long term spaceflight on astronaut Scott Kelly's body to his identical. Twin brother Mark Kelly here on earth who says the study could be important for future. Flights to Mars participation in. This study will help us get closer to making a mission like that a success. The study took place between twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen is now retired astronaut Scott Kelly spent three hundred forty days in space aboard the international space station while his twin? Former astronaut Mark Kelly provided a baseline survey shin here on earth. Dr Steven Platz with Nasr's human research program says the study showed the remarkable resilience of the human body. We we train we do everything here. When we go into experience microgravity and speed like seventeen thousand five hundred miles an hour and continue to function and. Extremely well. One key finding the study was a change in the composition of Scott Kelly's gut bacteria during spaceflight which return to normal once back on earth that finding could help scientists find ways to protect astronauts metabolism and immunity while on longer term flights and a surprising discovery involves Scott Kelly's t- Lumieres. These are biomarkers of aging at the end of chromosomes that shorten with age. Professor. Susan Bailey with Colorado state university says Kelly's telomeres actually lengthened in space. And he before. True that when when Scott returned to earth, his every shorten very rapidly. And then over the course of the next six to nine month really did stabilize to to near where he started. I'm Mark Remillard, ABC.
California wildfires: Seeking solutions to a wicked problem
"California. This morning is finding itself in a catch twenty two when it comes to wildfires ABC's Mark Remillard reports has California's home to nearly forty million people in its development spreads into once wild regions. The state is seeing expanded risks and costs from wildfires. But while there is growing agreement that the. The state must step up its forest management. California's strict environmental policies make that difficult. The Associated Press reports Cal fire and the state's board of forestry estimate. Twenty three million acres could benefit from fuel reduction before his treatment projects must obtain approval under the state's environmental quality act and fire officials say that review process is costly and can take
Measles outbreak: New York City orders mandatory vaccines for parts of Brooklyn
"Forty two amid the measles outbreak. The city health department has ordered all issue is in Williamsburg to exclude vaccinated students they will face fines or possible closure if they don't comply with the city order since the outbreak began in October two hundred eighty five cases have been reported in Brooklyn two hundred and forty six of those cases are children measles is highly contagious, New York, non alone and outbreaks correspondent, Mark Remillard has mall. CDC? Now says there have been four hundred sixty five cases of measles in nineteen states. So far this year marking the second highest number of cases since the disease was considered eliminated in two thousand twenty four thousand six hundred sixty seven cases marks the worst year. But with more than four hundred and sixty cases in just the first four months of two thousand nineteen the US is on. As to top that within the next few months. The CDC says it's monitoring seven active outbreaks, including in Washington state, New Jersey, Michigan,
"mark remillard" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Mark Remillard, the longest government shutdown in US history continues its day twenty two and there's no end in sight as both Republicans and Democrats dig in on the fight over funding for a border wall. ABC's? Lana Zak reports from Capitol Hill, President Trump seems to be backing away from a plan to declare a national emergency that would bypass congress and build a wall with disaster relief funds. I'd rather not do it because this is something that congress should easily do. Nations between the president and congress are completely broken down. And many federal workers say they are now beyond frustrated while on his act ABC news, Capitol Hill. Three unions are now suing the Trump administration over the shutdown. The latest being the air traffic controllers association. They say it's legal for the government to require workers to continue working without being paid. The White House pushing back on reports at the FBI had investigated, whether the president was a national security threat following the firing of former FBI director James Comey. The Whitehouse calling the New York Times report quote absurd. In a statement press secretary Sarah Sanders says quote James Comey was fired because he's a disgraced partisan hack and his deputy Andrew McCabe who was in charge. At the time is a known liar fired by the FBI in a series of tweets. The president criticized former FBI leaders quote corrupt for opening an investigation into potential collusion with Russia. Meredith McGrath ABC news Washington after an eighty eight days. Search thirteen year old Jamie clause back home for the. First time in three months. Thirteen year old Jamie clause is waking.
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC news. I'm Mark Remillard. We're learning. More about a meeting between top Trump administration officials and congressional staffers as they were to reach a deal to reopen. The government ABC's Karen Travers with more from Washington. The White House says it will provide Saturday night or Sunday, the information Democrats have asked for in order for another discussion to take place on ending the partial government shutdown. Democrats say they will only meet again on Sunday. If the administration provides updated information on what exactly it once in terms of funding for border security, what it will be used for and what would be cut to make it fit into the d h s budget. A democratic source tells ABC this information is critical because they say the White House has been quote all over the map on the numbers. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Russian officials brushing off speculation that an American citizen being held on suspicion of spying could be released in a prisoner. Swap almost as soon as pool wheelin was arrested on spying charges. There's been speculation Russia might want to exchange him for a Russian held in America. Some of suggests. The former marine could be traded for Maria, boots and other Russian gun rights activists who pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent in the US last month for Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabov on Saturday told state media it was impossible to discuss any prisoner exchange when we has not even been formerly charged yet passionate regal ABC news Moscow. Authorities in Houston are asking for the public's help in finding a gunman who they say killed a seven year old girl and a drive by shooting at a rally for jasmine Barnes. Her mother LA Porsche, Washington was who was also wounded in the shooting says. No.
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"Here's ABC's Mark Remillard, all sixty seven counties in Florida have until three pm local time to submit the results of their recount, though. If Democrat Bill Nelson as his way that deadline will be extended Nelson's lawyers have asked a federal court to do away with the deadline set by Florida's secretary of state in an effort they claim to ensure all counties have enough time to count every ballot. Secretary of state is due to respond to the lawsuit this morning Saudi Arabia officials have just announced that eleven suspects in the killing of reporter Jamal kashogi have been indicted five or facing the death penalty kashogi was killed after disappearing into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The death toll in the California. Wildfires has now reached fifty nine ABC's Alec stone. The search for human remains in the ashes in northern California. He's a slow process on Wednesday. Our teams witnessed a national guard search team find what they thought was a human hip in a burned-out house an anthropoid. Gist was called in and determined. It was an animal carcass. There are still so many people who are missing and finding human remains is it difficult delicate grim task the lawyer for adult film star stormy Daniels is out on bond after being arrested in Los Angeles. Attorney Michael Bernardi is out on a fifty thousand dollar bond defending himself after he was arrested charged with felony domestic violence. I have never struck a woman I never will strike. A woman victim and identified Los Angeles. Police have released few details only alleged incident happened Tuesday. ABC's Kenneth moten, British Prime Minister Theresa may this morning. Trying to sell the latest Brexit planned lawmakers in London decisive progress has.
"mark remillard" Discussed on KOMO
"Rapist brought back to Pierce county to face charges custody arrested north of Miami today as suspected male bomber targeting, Democrats and other Trump critics why didn't the bombs explode FBI director Christopher race as the devices are not hoaxes even if the devices and we're still trying to determine whether or not. They were functional as they say. So we're doing all kinds of analysis on that to make a definitive determination, but they did contain energetic material, which if subjected to the right combination of Heaver shocker friction could be dangerous to the public, and the public should treat any device like that Gordon ABC's Mark Remillard Caesar say may have been arrested here outside an autozone. In south Florida. But he will stand trial twelve hundred miles away in New York. The case will be handled by US attorneys in the southern district of New York. Three of the fourteen devices were found in Manhattan, but before say CEOs heads north he will make his first court appearance here in federal court in Miami. That will take place on Monday afternoon. Mark Remillard, ABC news, plantation, Florida. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Komo news time seven thirty one. Fifty six degrees. Art Sanders and your top local stories now from the KOMO twenty four seven news center after a four year fugitive. Invest. Negation of thirty eight year old man is extradited to Washington from Guatemala and charged with child rape accused of sexually assaulting a twelve year old girl in Pierce county. Komo's sue Romero reports. The man was charged in court today. US marshals brought back the man thirty eight year old Guadalupe Leiva from Guatemala City on Thursday. He'd been on the run since twenty fourteen when he was first accused of sexual assault in Pierce county reported that our father had been raping her multiple times over the course of two years. Here's prosecutor Mark Lindquist says label was also charged with a salt and felony harassment. After pulling a gun on the mother and daughter in two thousand fourteen and threatening to kill them and himself if they called police he then fled to Guatemala where he was arrested last December and finally extradited to Washington Dale was set at three million dollars Romero. Komo news one way to get to the train UW light rail station that's by escalator. But now they're all being replaced Kimberly reason with sound transit says the may two. Mistakes with UW station design one was not including stairway. Key goals was to do our best taxpayer money where possible, and we made the cost effective decision to buy a lighter grade of escalator that ultimately did not work at this day. She says all thirteen escalators will be replaced with a combination of new heavier duty escalators in new stairways at a cost of about twenty million dollars by twenty twenty two Ford -able housing in new bike lanes are just a couple of benefits expected from tens of millions of dollars..
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"From ABC news. Mark Remillard outside CNN headquarters in Columbus circle in Manhattan, where a suspicious package has forced the evacuation of CNN's headquarters the package was received in the mail room this morning and employee calling nine one one to report that suspicious package that appears to be a small pipe bomb wires extending from it. Authorities say it was contained inside a yellow envelope. ABC's? Aaron Katersky is following the investigation and has more. It was just after nine thirty in the morning when police said they received a nine one one call from inside the mail room at CNN in New York. We're now told that that device is similar to what was sent to the financier George Soros to the home of Bill and Hillary Clinton in New York and Washington DC residents of Barack and Michelle Obama. This is Karen Travers from the White House. Where press secretary Sarah Sanders says they condemn the quote, attempted violent attacks made against former President Obama, former President Bill Clinton and former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, and what Sanders calls other public figures, Sarah. Anders ads in a statement, quote, these terrorizing acts despicable and anyone responsible will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law here in New York City, we understand police have stepped up their counterterrorism measures. And we expect a briefing from authorities in just a short time now with more news. Here's ABC's Scott Goldberg Saudi Arabia's crown prince is now condemning the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi calling it a heinous crime that a day after Turkish officials said a fifteen man team sent by Saudi Arabia killed the writer inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Lottery. Officials now say the winning one point five billion dollar mega millions ticket was sold in Simpson. Ville, South Carolina. There is a chance. We may never know who won the big prize because in South Carolina, you can claim lottery prizes anonymously. The next mega millions jackpot back down to forty million dollars. On Wall Street. The Dow is down sixty one points. The NASDAQ is off seventy six you're listening to ABC.
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"Is praising Republican governor. Rick Scott's response to the hurricane. The Trump's are also visiting hardest. Hit parts of Georgia today. President Trump says the king of Saudi Arabia. Is denying have having anything to do with the disappearance and suspected murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi? I don't want to get into his mind, but it sounded to me like baby killers. We're going to try getting to the bottom of it very soon, but his was a flat denial. Trump has dispatch secretary of state Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to meet with the Saudi King Khashoggi was last seen October second walking into the Saudi consulate and the Turkish government believes Khashoggi was killed inside. The consulate by a Saudi hit squad. The battle over a proposed top golf at Oxmoor center could come to an end tonight, the metro planning commission will resume a public hearing and could vote on the project, which includes a golf range bar and restaurants. Many residents of nearby Hurstbourne an ox Oxmoor woods oppose the project arguing that top golf will bring too much light noise and traffic to the area. What police thought was a car wreck south of Atlanta has turned into a murder mystery the story from ABC's Mark Remillard earlier this year Kentucky. It was a terrible wreck a white Mazda veering into oncoming traffic and slamming head on into two cars last Monday. But paramedics would soon. Discover it was no typical accident as the driver of that Mazda. Twenty-eight-year-old Kelsey Quayle had been shot in the neck at Saint to ask to be random at this time. We have not been advised of any information reversed anybody shooting in the area Clayton county police, captain Scott stub says investigators are now asking for the public's help in finding Quayle's killer as they're baffled by the shooting. Mark Remillard, ABC news. Your next news update at four o'clock. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio. Eight forty W. H E, Kentucky, Anna's breaking news, weather, and traffic.
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"Sees Mark Remillard is there. There are more questions and answers here. But what we know twenty people killed after a limousine blew through an intersection in the small town of scary and hit two pedestrians. But why that limo failed to stop remains unknown the NTSB as Senate team to assist in the investigation. And chairman Robert somewhat says we look at the vehicle factor. If we look at the roadway, we look at survival factors. We look at the condition of the drivers the licensing of drivers a relative of some of those killed says the limo was on its way to a birthday party when the crash happened. Tropical storm Michael is getting stronger now almost a hurricane threatening the Gulf Coast. They've barely had time to pack away the sandbags imply what now another storm is threatening the Gulf region, the emergency. Preparedness office is up and running in New Orleans on the west and dozens of Florida counties are under states have emergency on the east end of Michael's danger zone. It's ABC's Jim Ryan are you in panel now warns world governments have barely a decade to do something about climate change. Jim ski of the panel co-chair says. Widespread action is needed. Now. We've told you for the scientific FOX the evidence the costs it is up to the governments know to decide what to do with. It supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh will visit the White House tonight for a ceremonial swearing-in hosted by President Trump ABC news political commentator Cokie Roberts says after the confirmation hearing only is the atmosphere and the Senate very much poisoned because it got so personal. But the atmosphere on the court is going to be difficult, and the justices will do their best to keep it from being incredibly partisan and poisonous, but it's not gonna be easy officials and Indonesia now say the death toll after the soon NAMI and two earthquakes has risen to nearly two thousand. You're listening to ABC news. Hey, it's MAC Watson for my friends. At renters warehouse used to be when you move you called a real estate agent. Well today you call a property manager..
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"Mark Remillard is our ABC news correspondent in Norristown, Pennsylvania, Mark. So the sentencing phase starts today. How does this play out? Well, we'll hear a lot of different testimony will hear from Andrea Constand who was the main accuser in this case who said that he drugged and sexually assaulted her back in two thousand and four she'll testify. We may hear from family members of her testify as well, we'll hear from a member of the states sexual offender Assessment Board, which will basically look to try and get Cosby classified as a sexually violent predator, which is the most severe distinction of sex offender within the state of Pennsylvania. And there's a lot that comes along with that the defense is trying to fight that categorization, and there's a lot of question over whether or not that's constitutional. So that may be a big battle here in the next two days. The other thing we might be looking to see whether or not Cosby decides to speak himself. He has that option. He didn't say anything during the whole trial other than post his verdict yelled at the prosecutor back in April. But other than that, we really haven't heard much from Cosby himself. So he may choose to speak to the judge directly. And then, you know, obviously, the verdict or the sentence excuse me would be rendered 'em. Remind us what charges was he actually found guilty for three charges of what's called in aggravated indecent assault. And this is for he did not set to have sex with Andrea Constand, but committed other assaults against her sexually that she claims occurred back at his house in Pennsylvania in two thousand four this case was brought to charges just days before the statute of limitations expired on this. And so this is the only criminal case that has been brought up against Cosby, despite the fact that he's got more than sixty other accusers. And if they throw the book at him, what is the max sentence here, you think the maximum sentence on each one of? These charges is ten years. So he if the judge decided that they should run consecutively, then he could get a thirty years, technically. And he's eighty one years old remember that? So that would be the maximum sentence. But since they all stem from the same incident, he could choose the maximum running concurrently. And then that would be ten years, but he could get a couple of years. The judge has a lot of leeway here. The judge could send him home with simply probation. So we don't know what the judge will do in this case. And that that's why that's makes it so interesting because it just is such a wide range to choose Cosby sentence. And is this a tough judge? Do we have any indication as to how this individual has has ruled in other similar cases, I couldn't speak to whether or not he's a tough judge. But the case has certainly gotten personal. Let's put it that way over the last couple of weeks. Cosby's defense team has been trying to get the judge off the case. And this the same judge from when the charges, really. We're I try brought up back in two thousand fifteen and they've essentially said that the judge had a grudge against a former witness that the defense brought up way back in two thousand fifteen so they have gotten personal as the questioning the judges ethics in this case. The judge has resigned Lee ruled against their efforts to get him thrown off the case. So we'll see, you know, obviously, the the hope here would be that as a judge. He wouldn't take personal matters into his sentencing. So. Kelly. When it when it gets personal. It's personal do you think there's any chance of leniency given Bill Cosby's age and infirmity? Well, maybe certainly he's he's said to be legally blind. And obviously, he's eighty one years old. But you know, if the judge decides that he should be given a sentence of let's say a couple of years in jail. Maybe ten years, whatever he determines is correct sentence. If Cosby ends up going into some of these prisons many of these prisons, and there are certain facilities that have the capability to house. Geriatric patients patients who need medical attention things like that. So it's very possible that Cosby could still end up in a prison like that just under a special kind of of of not treatment, but of a special kind of nature in which he could be cared for properly while he's in in in serving his time. How the mighty can fall. This is a lesson to keep your keep your business to yourself and not not crossover into thinking that you're invincible. This is it it's quite a fall from grace from being they once such a renowned comedian who, you know, from is is comedian career back in the sixties television to what he's meant for many black Americans as well as an incredible fall from grace, Mark Remillard, or ABC news correspondent live for us in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you six eleven here on this Monday morning. Let's check on traffic.
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"Mark Remillard the Justice department says it will appeal a federal, judges decision Friday ordering the Trump administration to fully restore DACA protections to hundreds of thousands. Of young immigrants this judge's ruling isn't the only strike against the president's plan to put doc. On the shelf he joins judges in Brooklyn and San Francisco who came to similar conclusions since the so-called dreamers plan was launched by. The Obama administration some, six years ago it's logged more court time, than Perry Mason and it's still standing ABC's legal. Analyst Royal Oakes the DOJ says the ruling has not changed its position that DACA. Unlawfully circumvents congress it has twenty days to file its appeal at a, summit in Singapore, secretary of state Mike Pompeo warning Russia against violating UN sanctions sees, reports prove accurate and we have every reason to believe that they are that would be in violation of UN. Security Council resolution. Twenty-three seventy five this is after reports that Russia has been allowing joint business ventures with North Korean companies And allowing new guest workers from the country Pompeo says he'll discuss the reports with. Moscow ten months after, the Las Vegas shooting police say they still, don't know what drove gunman Stephen paddock to open. Fire killing fifty eight people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history interview. With his doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind but no troubling behavior, that would trigger, a call to law enforcement Clark county sheriff Joe Lombardo Las Vegas, police released the findings from its investigation on Friday a Massachusetts college employees placed on leave after calling campus police. On a black. Student eating lunch that student who Canete says she is shaken an.
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"Response to his latest charge correspondent mark remillard seventy degrees fair skies in midtown accuweather calling for a clear comfortable overnight lows sixty three in the city fifties in most suburbs later today friday mostly sunny becoming prec very warm in the afternoon high eighty seven tonight friday night clear and warm low sixty nine saturday very warm more humid with sun and clouds a shower or thunderstorm approaching the city from the north and west by day's end saturday's high eighty eight sunday clouds limited son not as warm but still humid with a shower or thunderstorm around high seventy one monday memorial day clouds a few breaks of sun with a shower around high seventy one seventy degrees and fair in midtown wins news time twelve oh seven an update on the guy who was captured on video going on a racist rant somebody sent an envelope containing powder to the office that he used to work out of the letter arrived at two seventy five madison avenue addressed to aaron schlossberg all since he doesn't work here anymore a worker opened it out spills a white powder to people were exposed in the fourteenth floor had to be evacuated but it turns out the substance is harmless and nobody was hurt you remember schlossberg he's the lawyer who ranted against spanish speakers at a local deli the rant went viral al jones ten ten wins in mid down president trump issues are rare posthumous pardon to jack johnson boxing's first black heavyweight champion in all white jury convicted johnson in nineteen thirteen for violating the man act which made it illegal to transport a women across state lines for immoral purposes he been traveling with his white girlfriend for more than a century boxers lawmakers alike pushed for a pardon at the president says it was about time to correct a wrong that occurred in our history silvestre stallone was in the oval office for the pardon and said johnson inspired one of his rocky characters apollo creed credible johnson's great great niece linda heywood says her family's pain and shame have now been erased history will be rewritten correspondent saga megani wins news time twelve oh nine are you at home but you kinda wish you weren't and you should really stick around the house because of reasons baseball in the house that's why buffalo wild wings has a new online ordering experience so when your kid brings home a stray dog.
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"Mark remillard has this update tonight's airstrikes pounding a syrian research center a chemical weapons storage facility in strategic command posts and while that message was sent for syrian president bashar al assad president trump not letting russia off the hook president trump pointing a finger squarely at russia president putin who he says promise the world they would guarantee the elimination of serious chemical weapons assads recent attack and today's response are the direct result of russia's failure to keep that promise last year the administration had a similar message after a saron gas attack in syria and attack that led president trump to launch a missile strike on an airbase the administration said then that russia was either complicit or incompetent for not stopping assads use of chemical weapons karen travers abc news washington defense secretary james mattis says tonight strikes were targeted to avoid civilian and foreign casualties mark remillard abc news georgia's senator david purdue has tweeted quote for too long the world has been asking when will assad stop it is time for action assad must know his inhumane actions will not be tolerated and quote wbz news time twelve oh one wsb meteorologist kirk mellish calling for a mild right now in a partly cloudy day coming up atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is straight ahead five.
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"Get on board mark remillard abc news what did democrats get out of it senator chuck schumer says debate over daca is a huge step forward now there is a real pathway to get a bill on the floor and through the senate now goes to the house brad mielke abc news here's police report two hundred sixty nine murders in the city last year that's more than a ten percent drop from 2016 chief art also vado says robberies and non violent crime were also down across the city over our nonviolent crimes are now four point three percent which equates to so important corporate sent reduction in burglary at eight point nine percent reduction auto and vouch for now two point six percent however chief hans vado says there were nearly fourteen hundred rapes and more than fourteen thousand aggravated assaults and 2017 both numbers up or within his own point four percent reduction in burma at eight point nine percent reduction auto sales in sales for now two point six percent however she's also vado says there were nearly fourteen hundred rapes and more than fourteen thousand aggravated assaults in 2017 both numbers up more than ten percent cleanup continues on dickinson by you after last week's freeze damage the velvet the kelly that processing plant causing sulphonate solution to leak out it's now been isolated to a small area kelly latte refining is currently conducting an internal investigation texas general warned alfredsson us coast guard are conducting state and federal investigations cleanup is expected to be finished today the coast guard has opened dickinson by you to water traffic in the dickinson by you boat ramp will remain closed crews will inspect saturation booms up for the next several days to collect any residual product.