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US Birth Rate Falls 4% in 2020
"Public health officials report. The U. S birth rate declined 4% last year, biggest one year decrease in nearly a half century. Experts say that drop is likely due to cope in 19 and its economic impact. But researchers are working on follow up given that many of those pregnancies began before the pandemic hit the U. S. Birth rates dropped for Mom's of every major race and ethnicity and in nearly every age group baby sees Mark Rima lard
White House says it's working on access to migrant centers
"Of migrants coming to the U. S. Southern border continues the Biden administration continuing to face questions and criticism. Here's NBC's Mark Rima lard with more White House communications director Kate Bedingfield on ABC this week says in the near term, the administration is opening up additional locations to house unaccompanied minors or Bliss, for example, and Lackland Air Force Base are going to open up beds. She acknowledged that that is a temporary solution and says the vice president is working on broader reforms. Republican Senator Dan Sullivan called on the president and vice president to visit the border. To me. It was shocking. I think the president the vice president need to go down there. See what I saw. Mark Gray Malard ABC news.
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"Foreign policy, saying Russia has been put on notice and pledged to re strengthen ties with key allies. I want the world here today. America is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy. Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green today on the House floor, walking back support for Cuban on conspiracy theories she promoted in social media posts before elected. It includes statements to assassinate politicians and claims that school shootings were staged. Green says she came to realize those conspiracies weren't true. Any source of information. It is a mix of truth and a mix of lies is dangerous, no matter what it is saying what party it is helping. Anything or any country it's about. It's dangerous for speech comes just hours ahead of Democratic votes will lead a vote to hold her accountable and remove her from committee posts, including the House Education Committee. House Rules Committee chair Jim McGovern. I didn't hear anybody Apologize or retract the anti Semitic and Islamophobic remarks. Have been made that have been posted over and over and over again. U. S Customs and Border Protection says in 2020, the agency stopped millions of counterfeit products ABC is Mark Rima Lard has detailed. Many of those were counterfeit covert 19 products, the agency says they confiscated more than 12 million counterfeit facemasks, nearly 180,000 prohibited covert 19 test kids and more than 38,000 chloroquine tablets. Controversial drug that was thought to help Fight Cove in 19, But the FDA has since cautioned against using marker Malard ABC News on Wall Street, The markets are up the Dow trading up about 260 points this hour. You're listening to ABC News. California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Good afternoon. 12 old two on Dana has with your top local stories were governor Newsome has offered no plan yet to get high school and you've sports back up and running. But he says he's optimistic they'll eventually find a safe way to play. We want to see this happen. I want to do it safely, and a lot of great dad has been provided by the same groups that are suing us let them play rallies across California had become more prominent in recent weeks. Students and parents put more pressure on the governor to allow for youth sports to resume Newsome facing a lawsuit against his administration, demanding the immediate re opening of youth..
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"It is five o'clock. I'm Pamela for with your top stories. A number of people who have died from covered 19 and Tennessee is now surpassed the 10,000 mark. Meanwhile, the U. S reaching a milestone in its vaccine efforts. Mark Rima lard reports as the U. S covert 19 vaccination rollout has been criticized for a number of reasons, including being behind schedule. The U. S has now vaccinated more people than there are confirmed cases of covert 19. A number of people who have received the first dose of a covert vaccine now totals at least 26.4 million as compared to the number of reported covert cases in the US at 26.2 million. Now, it appears House Republicans will do nothing about Congress woman, Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has repeated conspiracy theories, including that school shootings didn't actually happen in a plane did not fly into the Pentagon. NBC's Andy Field has the latest from Washington House Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is saying he will not remove Congresswoman Taylor Greene from committees and suggested she will now hold herself to a higher standard. Even though she has doubled down on cue and on conspiracy theories, statements online representative McCarthy saying he condemns those statements Democrats debating if they will strip Marjorie Taylor green of her committee assignments happening here in Nashville. Fox 17 reporting a former captain is seeking millions of a lawsuit against the national fired. Apartment for his demotion over Social media posts. Tracy Turner placed on paid leave last August, then demoted for six months over several social media posts. The community members have said. We're troubling and in entertainment news, the country music community, reacting to the Morgan Wall in controversy over a TMZ video first, the details on that Organ..
"mark rima lard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Here on this radio station with that also. Yeah. Bah bah blah inauguration. And here to discuss what's going on in D. C right now, our good friend Mark Rima Lard from ABC News Mark What is up that? What's the latest? Well, you might be able to hear the drums in the background that is the University of Delaware. Drumline, This is President Biden. All them all No mater, and they are leading the airport fighting down Pennsylvania Avenue right now. Toward the White House, and after this after inviting motorcade, which is behind them. Writer will enter the White House as president for the first time. Interesting that now one of things I know we're going to talk to you about was in the gap between when President Trump leaves, say, the Oval Office and Biden comes in. There's like a whole process of You know, cleaning and getting the stuff out and getting the old president stuff out in the new ones. How does that go down? Mark? Yes. So there is a whole process that always takes place in between Anna administration, regardless of, you know, a year in which there's been covert 19 and pandemic concerns. There's always a deep clean, though. This year there we were told that there is some extra level of cleaning and sanitation has gone on beautiful that 19 on, in fact, over $200,000 and cents In order to clean the 55,000 Square foot mansion. So it was about this tall task Now they had a few extra hours to do it. Because President Trump left town this morning about 8 A.m.. So that gave them from about that time until you know right about now are you know within the next Helped send 50 minutes for that cleaning to take place and all the preparation But it is. It is a big tap and also, yeah, I know. I was gonna ask you any idea on what kind of an army is in there doing this right Papal army of people. It's a good question. It's private contract with private companies, so I don't know how many people is. I just we we've ABC has reviewed contract, which showed over $200,000 was spent to clean things here, so it is quite significant. Certainly it's a big task to get done in quite a few hours. No question, but there's a lot of work to be done today. Every time and you know, I just think about what it's like Starting a new job. This entire administration coming in Staff got to get their emails up and running. I mean, there's a whole lot of work that has to be done for any time A new administration takes over Mark, You said it was a private company that did it. Can you imagine being like a local D c clean outfit? And all right. What do we got on the docket today? A day White got the job, My God, Johnson household, The Washington household. And what's this? The White House? Oh, no bigger than ordinary Wednesday. That s O When actually is all the rigmarole over here? God, I don't know that because usually have the inaugural balls and all that stuff. Is that gonna happen tonight? Yeah, well, the event tonight are going to be are going to be a virtual so they're going to use a virtual balls and things like that tonight. Right now. There's Succession is being led, leading the Biden motorcade into the White House. And this may be the last time that we see him publicly today, But there's going to be these events tonight. It's kind of programming similar to what we saw at the RNC in the DSC, where they have this kind of slate of a pre prepared pre recorded things that we're gonna be able to stream and watch, but It will not be like what we normally see where we do see those kinds of balls and events occur is very, very formal, black tie kind of things that it's just not gonna occur this time due to covet. All right with that mark will let you go. Thanks so much. Thank you. Marc Rayman Lard ABC News in D. C. Can you think of anything more boring or pointless than a virtual Yeah. Does it mean like you put on your fancy dress and stuff and you sit there and from your computer and be like, Yeah, we're having fun, CI them any any virtual thing they were doing like virtual prom's and all that stuff and I get it. I get whether doing it and stuff, but You know what? I feel bad for the kids that they couldn't do that kind of thing. You know, from Joe Biden and I hear where 150 years old. He wants to be a better like eight E think he retired maybe an hour ago. But, yeah, he's the happiest guy. There's no real balls or dinners or all that stuff going on. But Virtual ball. That's the and I guess you're gonna follow through with it. Hell, I don't know. Is that a fund raiser kind of a thing? I think everything that happens in D c. It is a fundraiser. You think so? Some degree they nobody. Hey, you know what? Hey, Mr And Mrs Smith. We just thought you'd like to come down free of charge. Don't nothing. It's on us. You come on down this, but no. It's $20,000 to get in the door, son. Great. Give mansion being you know you're a big supporter. I don't care what the president's trumped by the way it don't matter and somebody you've given a lot of money and somebody goes well, you know, you could come to the virtual Inaugural. If you've in MO is like you, said $10,000 apiece. I think he thought I read somewhere that that happened. Invited a lot of the big companies and it was like a million bucks a million bucks to be at the inaugural. I think Trump was. It was like 500 grand for a million bucks for Biden's and Yeah, then they kind of the fine print was Oh, and by the way, it's it's a virtual not because you're not going to be at the Capitol there and at the you know all that no. You mad? Look, phone that coin out there for that If I'm if I'm doing that kind of money Carrots, 500 grands. I mean, I want somebody to give me I want Connolly, Harris or Joe Biden to give me a lap dance. I wanted something. I want something for my money here. Yeah. They just come out of the screen ago. Hi. Oops. There it is, You know, five minutes and I'm happy for my milk. And Lord, Everything has its price. And, Yeah, I don't know. Idea. You can. You can dream it. Did you just say you wanted Biden to give you a lap dance? That's what he said. Doctor, Doctor, Jill. For a million dollars. All his wife I was going to say I better at all I'm saying is I better get something for a million dollars as opposed to sitting there in my office, wearing a tuxedo, drinking my own booze to get him and cocktail into my own pretzels ago. You get him and her one cheek for each fire, something like that. Who from the easy out that Gina de Am I from the U. C. Health Traffic center and you see health. Our clinical research and scientific discoveries allow us to offer new treatments for epilepsy patients learn more and you see health dot com slash epilepsy. Some heavier traffic..
"mark rima lard" Discussed on KOMO
"Their details over that extremist concerns. Now they say that they will be sent home and then their command. Back at their home base, or, uh, you know, law enforcement back where they live, will conduct any further investigation or disciplinary action, or whatever might come of this that will be conducted. Once they get home. Then the other 10 were removed, according to the Department of Defense. Or other reasons, disciplinary issues or there was Some potential criminal links or something like that, that they uncovered through this additional vetting process and the Department of Defense said in all of these cases, The first goal was just removed them from service or remove them from this particular assignment. And then once they return home, they'll investigators see if there's anything that needs to be done further. We're speaking with ABC s Mark Rima lard who's on the scene in Washington, D C and Mark You are there on the scene? By this time tomorrow, Jill Biden will be the president of the United States. Yes, o Biden. Term is going to begin on a very somber note tonight. The city of Washington, D. C, as well as the country marked the grim milestone of 400,000 people dead from covert 19. We passed that milestone today on right now, Currently I'm standing outside the Washington National Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the country, where they told the Bells 400 times tonight. One per every 1000 deaths to mark that grim milestone and, you know, I think it's um Just extraordinary or or, incredibly, uh, astounding that 400,000 people have died in 364 days Since our first case, the first case in the United States occurred one year. Ago tomorrow on Inauguration Day, So it shows how serious this is, and it's just been just over a month since 300,000 people had died. So Biden's term begins on a very somber note. And as we know he's got his work. Cut out for him. A veces Mark Rima lard in Washington, D C. Mark, thank you and look forward to hearing your reporting on Inauguration Day. Yeah, thank you for having me. The public got a chance to tell lawmakers what they think of a major climate bill in Olympia. The bill proposes a cap and trade program for greenhouse gas emitters, which environmentalists like Iris and Hman spoke against corporations would pay a price that's far too low and would then be allowed to continue polluting energy companies such as PSE and BP supported the bill. State governments, including Washington's..
"mark rima lard" Discussed on KOMO
"Camo news time. 6 36. I'm Charlie Harder. Multiple Army National Guard members have been removed from the inauguration secure The mission for tomorrow's inaugural of President elect Joe Biden. Joining us on the camo news line is ABC correspondent Mark Ram, a lard mark. We we started with, too, but we have multiple people who have been taken off detail What's going on here. Yes, as part of the enhanced vetting of these 25,000 National Guard members, 12 of them in total have been removed from this assignment for the inaugural coverage our security coverage now the Department of Defense said that two of them were removed over concerns about Extremism and comments or text that essentially made them concern about ties to potential far right extreme or radicalized groups. They did not say who these groups were or what they may have been affiliated with. But basically, they said, one of them came through the chain of command. So presumably a colleague or a fellow guardsman, or someone had given some report to you know their superior and then up the chain of command, which notify them about one of these guard members. And then, in the other case, it was from an anonymous tip. Actually, for so there were two of them that have been removed from their details over that extremist concerns. Now they say that they will be sent home and then their command. Back at their home base, or, you know, law enforcement back where they live, will conduct any further investigation or disciplinary action, or whatever might come of this. That will be conducted one thing at home then the other 10 were removed, according to the Department of Defense, for other reasons, disciplinary issues or there was Some potential criminal links or something like that, that they uncovered through this additional vetting process and the Department of Defense said in all of these cases, The first goal was just removed them from service or remove them from this particular assignment. And then once they return home, they'll investigators see if there's anything that needs to be done further. We're speaking with ABC s Mark Ray Malard, who's on the scene in Washington, D C and Mark You are there on the scene? By this time tomorrow, Jill Biden will be the president of the United States s. O Biden. Term is going to begin on a very somber note tonight. The city of Washington, D. C, as well as the country marked the grim milestone of 400,000 people. Dead from covert 19. We passed that milestone today. Right now. Currently I'm standing outside the Washington National Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the country, where they told the Bells 400 times tonight, one for every 1000 deaths to mark That grim milestone and you know, I think it's um This extraordinary or or incredibly astounding that 400,000 people have died in 364 days since our first case. The first case in the United States occurred one year. Ago tomorrow on Inauguration Day it so it shows how serious this is, and it's just been just over a month since 300,000 people had died. So Biden's term begins on a very somber note. And as we know he's got his work cut out for him. ABC is Mark Rima Lard in Washington, D C. Mark, thank you and look forward to hearing your reporting on Inauguration Day. Yeah, thank you for having me. That's cool. Most Charlie Harder. It's 6 40 now and we go on to sports. It'll be a history making Super Bowl 55 next month. Here's comas. Bill Sports at the Beacon Plumbing Sports Update desk. 47 year old Mississippi native Sarah Thomas has been a groundbreaker throughout her career. First Woman to officiated college football game and the NFL's first full time female official. February. 7th Thomas, married Mother of three Does it again She'll be the first woman to enforce the rules in the NFL championship game, the Washington Husky football team losing co defensive coordinator Pete Quick, Kowski. He's going to work at the University of Texas, part of Steve Sarkisian's new Longhorns staff after four basketball road games, the U Dub Manor home tomorrow night against Colorado. Coach Mike Hopkins says, trying to teach the Huskies how to finish close games can turn it over. You gotta make foul shots, and then you gotta be able to get stops and that goes back to executing our defense. And you know your practice that you simulate it. And then you hope that when they're out there that they can focus and we can remind them and then they can execute better. Washington Just one end 11 on the season. Two weeks ago, the baseball world lost the great Dodger manager Tommy Lasorda. Today we learned l, a pitching Great and Hall of Famer Don Sutton has passed away at the age of 75 sports attended 40. After the hour Bill Swartz come on him coming up the latest on co Moh traffic and weather. It's 6 41. With so many great options to choose from in the sheets. Three for five app sampler. You'll have plenty to share mix and match any of your favorites and get all three for just five bucks like Mac and cheese bites. Mozzarella sticks boneless wings, You know, I think about you don't really have to share the three for five sampler. Order on your sheets app and pick.
"mark rima lard" Discussed on KOMO
"Notify them about one of these guard members. And then, in the other case, it was from an anonymous tip. Actually, for so there were two of them that have been removed from their details over that extremist concerns. Now they say that they will be sent home and then their command back at their home base or Uh, you know, law enforcement back where they live, will conduct any further investigation or disciplinary action or whatever might come of this that will be conducted once they get home. Then the other 10 were removed, according to the Department of Defense, for other reasons, disciplinary issues or there was Some potential criminal links or something like that, that they uncovered through this additional vetting process and the Department of Defense said in all of these cases, The first goal was just removed them from service or remove them from this particular assignment. And then once they return home, they'll investigate or see if there's anything that needs to be done further. We're speaking with ABC s Mark Rima Lard who's on the scene in Washington, D. C and Mark You are there on the scene. By this time tomorrow, Jill Biden will be the president of the United States. So Biden Term is going to begin on a very somber note tonight. The city of Washington, D. C, as well as the country marked the grim milestone of 400,000 people. Dead from covert 19. We passed that milestone today. I'm right now. Currently I'm standing outside the Washington National Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in the country. Where they told the Bells 400 times tonight. One per every 1000 deaths to mark that grim milestone and, you know, I think it's um This extraordinary or or incredibly in astounding that 400,000 people have died in 364 days since our first case. The first case in the United States occurred one year. Ago tomorrow on Inauguration Day, So it shows how serious this is, and it's just been just over a month. It's 300,000 people had died. So Biden's term begins on a very somber note. And as we know he's got his work cut out for him. ABC is Mark Rima Lard in Washington, D C. Mark, thank you and look forward to hearing your reporting on Inauguration Day. Yeah, thank you for having me. We'll have full coverage tomorrow. Here on coma news. That's come most. Charlie Harder. Come on. News news. Are you ready? Make your best guess Who is it? Who is it Time? The comb. Oh, afternoon sound bite. Mob was fed lies..
"mark rima lard" Discussed on WTVN
"We got 40 of them. Right? So by the way on a side note before everybody starts called, I don't know that that That Tim Hortons have. I know that the one that I used to go to their like we know of chili anymore. So I started getting Wendy's and, you know, same company, but it's completely different. Chilly, but I was really bummed. So, yeah, to your point about that. Also real quick to the red Lobster thing. We ended up there over the weekend being my wife, because, ironically, yes. Well, I saw you know we did that story last week. Where that you didn't want to talk to the manager. Go. What was going on? Where did your sign go? Well, the wagyu beef thing we talked about The new items and all of that, that bacon wrapped scallops with your amazing where that I tried those. There is an enormous gash in the side of that building. Where it looked like. Maybe there was a sign at one point Now the sign is still on the front of the building. But I was referring to the sign on the side of the building, and it's gone. It's still gone. And trust me. They're very much in business. We waited an hour to sit down and eat. So you know, the red Lobster over there on Polaris is clearly they're they're They're numb dinging. As we say. I'm not sure what's going on. We are. We were supposed to get a call from someone about This another story that we had coming up in the meantime. So, Bill Bella check How about this? Declining the presidential Medal of Freedom? Um And what? Why, I guess it's the question is that to be associated with Trump? So it's in vogue right now to be anti Trump. It's popular now can't if you're a public figure you're you have to basically say I want Trump dead. That's about the only way you're going to get respect anymore. He's say Trump's dead to me. Goodbye. I mean, Bill Belichick in him were friends for years. Come on. I know I don't understand this, the canceling of anyone that had anything to do with him. Is really starting to spiral out of control, Belichick says. You know, his statement was the tragic events of last. Let me try to do it in my best village Jack tragic events of last weekend. Last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award. That's it. I mean, that's the that's the Vela check statement, So I guess he's uh, I'm I'm going to turn my I'm shutting Trump as well. So there it is. And like you said, they've been friends for years, him and Robert Kraft. Friends, Trump and Kraft, the owner. The Patriots. This is man. It's this never going to end. It feels like this is just the beginning, and it's just going to get worse and worse. I guess it's not enough that he lost. He's leaving. Pennsylvania Avenue, is no longer going to call that his home address and he's going to go do whatever I guess that's not enough. The cancel culture mob now is going to come out of anybody who ever said anything positive about Trump. They're gonna have to be destroyed. Unemployed, You know, you know, I'm telling you. Well, could this be something positive that he's doing? The Trump Administration is supposedly not holding back vaccines, opening up the process to everyone older than 65. For more on this, let's bring in from ABC News and Mark Rima lard and Mark, Maybe maybe this is being perceived as positive concerning him. I'm not sure right now, though. Yeah. So you know, this is a step toward trying to get these vaccines out to more people. You know, we've got 25 million doses that have been distributed to states across the country. But on Lee, about nine million people vaccinated so far, so there's a pretty big gulf there, and I think one of the things we heard from Health Secretary Alex Cesar was This guidance for states and for the people who have these vaccines, you know, don't wait. Don't wait. If you're holding on to those vaccines, so you can wait to vaccinate these, the first initial group of people that were slated to get the vaccine, the health care workers and people in nursing homes. Basically Alex Cesar, saying, We don't want the vaccine sitting on the shelf, so start moving on to other vulnerable populations. And that's where he's saying. Look, if we have the supply, let's open it up to 65 older. Let's open it up to people under 65 who have health conditions, So these are other priority groups. You know, let's start moving down the ladder so we can keep this thing going here and get these doses out to people. Well, I think this is a fantastic move because we have been seeing. It's kind of been front row news. I mean, until what happened to the capital, we were starting to see what's going on in states. Why are they slow rolling this out? Why're the governor's taking, dragging their feet or I don't know if it's so much that it's just they couldn't get it figured out. And now this looks like maybe they'll pick up the pace some because it was like this rush. Let's get all these. Let's get all this vaccinate. Let's get all the vaccines out. We get them all out, and then it's like, won't want everybody is like real slow and nobody can get it figured out. So this seems like welcome news Mark Yes. So you know it's a complicated process, obviously, And I think I think part of what? This. Uh what we're seeing here with the vaccine and the issues of the roll out here and in a slow roll out of this vaccine is I think it's just exposing the fragmented system within the U. S. Where you have the federal government that's working to procure doses of coordinate with states who then receive those doses. From private companies the states and direct those private companies where they need to go. They land at a hospital somewhere and in the hospital's on its own, to figure out what to do with it. So you have all these different mechanisms that are moving. And if not, you know, if one piece of the chains slows down, the whole thing slows down, so I think that that's what we initially saw with this crush. When the vaccines first started coming out, I think it's Been getting a little bit better. But nevertheless, we still as I said, have quite a gulf between the amount of people who have gotten vaccinated and the amount of doses that have been distributed, and that's where I think you're seeing. As I said, Health secretary is our say, Let's not wait just for these these one priority populations. Let's move down the ladder. Um, now another thing that they've done that is Would help also, you know, give us some clarity. Eyes is this idea, too? Is that right now, besides kind of the last mile problem where you know, once against the hospital's, it's a little confusing. Each hospital has its own. System for distributing in who gets it. Um, you know, eligibility is a big confusion right now And for a lot of people is not very clear. If you're eligible. Some people are finding out. You know, just now that they're eligible and can go down and get one s 01 of the things that will make this process a little bit easier going forward is once these things get simpler. Over 65. That's pretty simple to understand if you're eligible or not under 65 with the medical conditions, So now we need to start to finding that right so you can see where as we go down the ladder, it should get a little more simple in terms of who is eligible people being able to understand that, so I think that's all part of it. And then the other big thing that a czar announced today is no longer holding back the second half of supplies. So right now we're up until now. We were You know, if we had 10 million doses, we were only sending out five million of them and holding five million back. Because we wanted to make sure that we had the supply when that first group needed to get their second dose. Now they're saying we're confident enough this what a czar said today. That they're confident enough in the supply chain from Madonna and Visor that they think they can dole out all 10 million doses and they'll have enough Come 21 days later or 28 days later when they.
"mark rima lard" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"J. W film oars in Patoski. She's worked at the restaurant for 10 years and never expected to get a tip. Quite like the one she got this morning. I'm here. I'm not open yet. I'm freaking kidding. Serious $2021 given to her by an anonymous couple. I took a phone order this morning and I went out to get the payment from him. And when I opened the book, he Tipped me $2021. The anonymous couple started the 2020 Just be nice tip challenge. Their goal is to inspire other people to be generous, especially to those who need it Most, and the tip came with a request and there was a note with all of that money that just said. Just be nice. Becky says she intends to do just that. The mayor of New York, calling for a woman who wrongly accused a teenager of stealing her cell phone. Face charges. NBC's Mark Rima lard reports. That woman's phone was later found in an uber Mayor Bill de Blasio says the woman seen on video, wrongly accusing a 14 year old of stealing her phone should be charged. The incident happened the day after Christmas in a Manhattan hotel, and police say the woman who is white, also assaulted. The black teen. De Blasio compared the incident toe one earlier this year, where a white woman called police on a black bird watcher in Central Park. When someone does something like this, they have to suffer consequences. Police say They're asking for the public's help in locating the woman. Marco Malard. ABC NEWS NEW YORK The death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer called attention to the Black Lives matter Movement and brought needed change to police departments around the country. W. C. C o televisions, Kate Rad. It's reports on what changes the city of Minneapolis and the Police Department have done to be more transparent and to prevent other incidents of violence. In the days after George Floyd's death and May there were demands for change, even a proposal from the Minneapolis City Council to defund the Minneapolis police Department. So what has changed since then? Well, the Minneapolis police department was not dismantled or replaced. There were efforts made in 2024 reform the city's new budget. Reallocate roughly $8 million toward violence, prevention and other resource is there was also a rocky rollout to a community based program with violence interrupters on the street that the city hopes to start up again in the spring. It is 7 58 and coming up in the news at eight o'clock, the latest on a Massachusetts state police trooper. Was shot late.
"mark rima lard" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm taking the latter half of the show here, Angie, Clear on KGO. Well. Joe Biden has criticized the Trump administration because, he says, at the rate the vaccines are going out. It will take years to vaccinate all Americans years. So he was talking in Delaware this afternoon, and he said the outgoing administration is far behind delivering what's needed, he says a few weeks ago, quoting from President elect Biden now in a few weeks, the Trump administration suggested that 20 million Americans could be vaccinated by the end of December. With only a few days left in December. We've on Lee vaccinated a few million so far, and the pace of the vaccination program is moving now, if it continues to move as it is, it will take years, not months. Vaccinate the American people. Further, he said. I'm going to move heaven and earth to get us going in the right direction. I'm going to use my power under the Defense Production Act when I'm sworn in in order. Order private industry to accelerate the making of the materials needed for the vaccines as well as protective gear. It will take more time than anyone would like you said. More time than the promises from the Trump administration have suggested. He called it the greatest operational challenge we have ever faced. As a nation. Always being honest right up front. Let's find out what's happening on that front. And I'm gonna bring onto you. Someone from ABC. Mark Rima Lard ABC News correspondent, Mark Thanks for joining me. Hey, Thanks for having me. So where is this falling apart? Is it Is it pace of available vaccines? It's Is it the messaging about the vaccines? Where Where does this whole scenario about getting 20 Million people vaccinated fall down. I think it's ah, depending on who you ask. It could be at any level from the federal government to the state level to the local level. It could be at any particular level, depending on who you ask. Really? Because at the federal level you have a federal government that Ah can only do so much based on the system in which our country operates the federal government, as Admiral Bret Sherawat has said, who's on the Coronavirus task force? The federal government does not storm into Texas or Montana and distribute vaccines. That's not how things work. They pass it off to the states. But there has been reports of Fizer having vaccines sitting on shelves at times because they have said these vaccines already, But the operation warp speed hasn't placed the orders or moved those supply to the states. So There's some, perhaps, and blame to be pointed there then at the state level, you have states that are responsible for distributing these vaccines, taking them from the federal government and sending them out and directing the companies like FedEx and you bet ups where they need to go that they need to go to this hospital in this city. Um, but then, from there, we've heard reports at the local level the hospital saying Well, one of the things get off the truck from FedEx and ups. No one knows what to do with them. And then each hospital is operating on its own system. And we've heard at times a chaotic free for all style systems. In some of these hospitals, where you know, sometimes administrators air getting vaccines rather than frontline. Workers and nurses. And so really, each level here is an issue. But I think the real takeaway from this, particularly from some of these top medical officials, and people, like Dr Anthony Fauci and Dr Ashish Job from Brown University is the focus on the last mile. It's that once those boxes come off the trucks Where did they go? And who's in charge? And how do we distribute those effectively and equitably? And I think that's where there's a real lacking at this point. You know what I noticed? And you can tell me if this is something that you've seen hold true. Almost everything we talk about these days has bickering between Democrats and Republicans particular when it comes to finger pointing, and I noticed that although Joe Biden today was very straightforward, saying the Trump administration is messing this up. I haven't heard that same thing for coming from Congress. I haven't heard them get involved in questions of distribution or the pace of vaccines. Have you heard anything from them and collectively? No, not collectively. But you know, I think one of the things when we talk about Congress on their role in this, I think it's not to be overlooked here that one of the reasons that the states are having trouble and states are having a hard time with this right now is because many of their health departments are vastly overstretched as a result of this pandemic from you know the early days of having to ramp up testing and things like that. It was difficult process, and many of these health departments are very stretched. And they went months and months without additional funding as a result of Congress not being able to pass another stimulus plan. So you have now that stimulus plan passed and signed by President Trump. I think that you know when we when I speak about Dr Job, for example, for Brown University was saying, there's there's reason to be hopeful that this slow beginning in this kind of chaotic beginning to the vaccine rollout. Could be assisted by a lot of the funds of the states will receive. So I think Congress also plays a role in some of the questions here about how this vaccine rollout has gone just as a result of these states, not really getting the funding that could help them, roll it out faster and more efficiently. I'm talking to Mark Robo lard He, Ray Velarde. Pardon me. Mark is with ABC news court. I keep wanting to call you as you know, Mark really yard because it sounds much, you know, Higher end Mark Bremer. Lard is with ABC news. I don't know if this is something you've looked into Mark, correct me if you have it, but No, we here particularly on the Internet. A lot of friends theories. You know, Bill Gates has a vaccine plot, and it's funded by George Soros and etcetera, etcetera. You know if that's had any real impact on the numbers of people getting vaccinated, willing to be vaccinated. Is that something we haven't quite studied yet. I don't know that that's been necessarily studied yet, and I would question whether or not the Venn diagram overlaps with the people who are currently getting vaccinations or access to vaccines of right now, The lot of the people who are getting the vaccines are Healthcare workers, people who work in the medical industry. And so you know, I don't have data to necessarily say what the numbers of of, you know, belief and trust in this bag. Either of these vaccines is within those circles. But presumably, I think that's probably higher than the general public where we've seen pulling of. A lot of Americans who are concerned about the safety or whether or not they would get it and all the way from just general. Hey, this. I feel like this system has moved too fast down to conspiracy theories about vaccines, So I think there's a wide of, uh, you know, spectrum there, but I'm not sure that How much the Venn diagram overlaps there from these groups of people who are very skeptical of it for particularly for conspiracy reasons, and whether or not those of the group's their access to vaccines at this point, But you know that's a great question As to whether or not you know how much of that is. We have heard. I will say this we have heard about No, um fire departments and, um, frontline workers and things like that, who have expressed concerns and you know, there's a lot of people who have expressed concerns based on how fast this whole process Has gone. Yeah, Yeah, understandably appreciate that. Well, Mark, I appreciate your work as well. And I do have to say anybody who uses the term been diagram on my show is an automatic shoe in for another. Another conversations will be bringing you back You Thanks really informative market. All right. Take care. Marc Rayman lard of ABC News. I want to open up the phones to you. And see what you're thinking about this vaccine. I know there were people who are reluctant to get it just because of this sheer speed of how the studying went down. I mean, obviously, you can't say Well, this is what will happen with people who got the vaccine five years down the road. Obviously, that kind of study can't happen and hasn't happened yet. On the other hand, there's been a serious serious push with the best of science in the best of scientists who get out an effective vaccine as fast as possible. Based on the importance of getting this done, Would you get the vaccine? What are your concerns about getting the vaccine? If you do get the vaccine. What are you worried might happen. Would you let your child get the vaccine? These are all questions..
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"You really want to consider who's to blame, you gotta look beyond the suspect. This'll was a 45 minute investigation. 45 minutes And ironically, it was called to a whole band assistant police Chief had nothing to do with the investigation, and it gets worse and worse, the more you know. From Black Mountain Media and tenderfoot TV. This'll Talk Kentucky basketball with coach John Calipari tonight at six on Use Radio. Wait. 40 w H. A S What a bizarre story. The police in Nashville have identified the man who who was responsible for the bombing. But I guess the jackpot question is Why? How did this all happen? And why did this all happen? Mark Rima Lard from ABC Radio News has been watching this story for us. Mark. I appreciate you spending a few minutes with us today. So what do we know about this man who set off the bomb on Christmas morning? Yes. So we've learned a few things over the weekend. He was 62 63 years old that he died in the explosion. Authorities linked him to it through the vin number on the RV and and through Edna evidence that they collected at the scene. They said that they found glove and other tissue from the scene of the explosion. So it does appear that he was You know, perhaps in the RV as it exploded, But we've been told that you know, Neighbors described him as someone who was quiet and kept to himself for the most part, But other outlets, including The New York Times, Associated Press and others have reported Anything from that he was giving away property. In this last days. There was a report that he was telling people he was sick or retiring meeting up to this and so he was giving things away. Up to a neighbor who told The Associated Press that um In the days before the explosion that he told a neighbor that Nashville and the world is never going to forget me now. The neighbor said that he had seen Warner out of his mailbox and he pulled up and asked him if Santa was going to bring him anything good for Christmas, and that's what he said in response, So in fact, the neighbor took that as being like. I'm saying that good things were coming. But instead, I was shocked to find out that Warner was involved in this blasted again. He died in the blast, according to authorities, But the big question still remains. Why? Well, we don't know the motive yet. Well, I mean, it really is interesting because he apparently did what he could to minimize that risk of lots of casualties. He did this on Christmas morning when there would likely not be anybody in the area. He had recorded announcements, apparently talking about How you should evacuate the area. That's how the police became aware of all of this, So I'm just I'm sure there was some sort of statement that he wanted to make. I'm just not sure what itwas Yeah, you and everybody else I think is wondering that exactly now. Authorities said that given that there was that audio recording, warning people that Obama is about to explode into evacuate the area. That it does believe that they said that his intent appeared to be more discreet destruction than death, but certainly something of this size. I mean, you can't rule out the fact that this could have killed a lot of people. Um and you know, we've we've heard from some of the officers. There were six officers who are really being hailed as heroes right now in Nashville. Who worked to evacuate people in the area. We heard from some of those officers yesterday. Obviously, they say that Christmas will never be the same for them and that this is something that I'm never going to forget just how massive this explosion was, but they raced to Knock on doors of apartment buildings in the area and let people know. Hey, you know this this could explode or whatever this is you need to evacuate on. They may have saved a lot of lives because of that, And so it's like I said, This could have been so much worse. For sure. Audio warning is part of the reason that it's not but nevertheless, this was a big bomb. No, and I'm certainly not. I'm not minimizing the potential risk. But at the same time, I think it's fair to point out that had Mr Warner wanted to create even more devastation. He could have done this, say on a busy afternoon. With no warnings, and clearly the casually count would have been significantly higher. So it Z really hard to know exactly how to make sense of all of this. Right? Yeah, Yeah. No, that's a great point. I mean, the timing of this potentially could be a role could be part of the fact that perhaps Warner did not seek Theo, you know, Kill a bunch of people. Whereas you're right. He could have You know, maybe you could have done this during a rush hour. Something like that again and could have been much worse. These are all things that I think you know, investigators are looking at and especially when we talk about the motive and why he decided to do this when he decided to do this and where I think that those are still questions. That investigators say they're looking at you. They have not said what they believe the motive to be. We don't know if you know there's a lot of questions about whether or not he intentionally targeted the 18 T building that was down there that really affected communications, not just in Tennessee, but several states around it. It's not clear now we understand that his father worked at 18 T. But whether or not there was some connection there, or if this is just if you just chose this spot because he chose this spot. Yeah, we really don't know if these are some of the questions. It's certainly a foreigner was alive. They would be asking him, but obviously he's not, And they believe he is the sole perpetrator of this, So they're trying to piece this together in the aftermath, and it's certainly difficult. But just just quickly. We should point out here. I guess that he was not on the police radar. They didn't. They had no reports about this guy. He was not on anybody's list of people to watch or or anything like that. That's just sort of happened almost out of the blue Now, maybe somebody Who knew Mr Warner could could say We saw this coming or something? But I mean for certainly for the authorities. There was no indication that anything like this was going to happen. Right, Authorities said that they were that he was not at all on their radar on. I think that's also one of the other questions that this leads to is is then if you were not on his radar, which he appears not to be. How did he build such a massive device? Umm, you know so so under the radar, and I think that that's something that has been asked of authorities, but the questions are still outstanding because They're still analyzing the bomb evidence at Quantico, so they're still looking at how this thing was made what it was made of on still have yet to talk about that and really explain that, But it's a great question because he was not on their radar. So how did he go about doing this on do such a degree that he did? To be continued, I guess. Mark rebel art of ABC Radio News. Thank you So much for the update today. Joe Elliott in For Terry in news, radio, 8 40 W H. A s Really a nice day today. Meteorologist Jay Carr does he has latest wook? Why forecast? Tell aside we're looking as we rolled through the week? Yeah, yeah, drama as you mentioned. It's.
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"Right now it is the mark Blazer show with Josh Cease. So the FDA getting ready to give the all clear here, but the first vaccines administered across the pond and let's bring in from ABC News. Mark Rima lard for the very latest on this mark. Welcome in. How are you? A very good Yeah, That's right. The first doses going into arms in the UK today, the first in the world. In fact, the first lady was a 91 year old woman named Margaret Keenan. She's from Northern Ireland. There's this great photograph of her where she's sitting in the chair, and she's rolling up her merry Christmas shirt and getting the vaccine in her arm, the pretty great picture. But so basically, she was asked afterward how she felt, and she said she wasn't nervous at all. About getting the vaccine. And so the UK beginning distribution and actual back vaccination, and the U. S might not be far behind. It's the FDA is meeting on the 10th to discuss possible approval of the Visor vaccine. And as we understand from health Secretary Alex Cesar, who said over the weekend it's possible that we get approval. Following that meeting with that within days, and then from there, the doses begin to go out. All right, So did they talk about any kind of a reaction yet? Any kind of symptom or a side effect? If you will. Yes, so today. Actually, the government released materials ahead of the meeting That's taking place on Thursday and there was a lot of very positive news within this report, they reported. No major side effects in more than 38,000 participants in these clinical trials and two months of follow up as a medium, so half the cases they followed up for at least two months, half were Under that amount, But they said that one of the lines have stuck out to me here was that, uh, following up up to the second dose suggested a favorable safety profile, with no specific safety concerns identified that would preclude issuance. Of an emergency use authorization, so that's a very positive sign. What we've understood about this is that between the ages of 16 55, about half the people who got the vaccine. Had some level of side effect of which were typically mild that included things like fatigue or headaches. About a third reported some chills or muscle pains. But those are about the only side effects of that have been reported so far. Nothing that we're aware of. That has been major or significant of concern. And of course, we also know The efficacy of this vaccine remains to be about 95%, which is pretty incredible. All right. Very good. Mark Rimmer Lard ABC news Thanks very much for the very latest on this and you know, similar to marital side effects, I think is what we could say the fatigue that aches those air what? My wife uses us excuses at night. For, like, not cooking dinner? No. Yeah, That's what I'm sure. Yeah. Has anybody checked on this lady? By the way? Who was the first one to get the too soon for those jobs? All picture of her? She doesn't look 90 good for her. I again just poking fun a little bit, But, yeah, good for her being the first one, I guess Post What approval? I guess we could say, because she's technically not the first. I just like it when you know it's like it's just mild side effects. Headache, you know, nausea, you know, fatigue, chills. Irritation at the site like that say you can call that mild if you want. I don't That's that's really uncomfortable. So I wanted to pivot to this, too, because I wanted we needed to get to this, at least in the first hour will cover it. Maura's the show goes on, but it was interesting that this happened while we were researching this To speak about it on the air today, but the FBI has joined in on the Casey Goodson shooting investigation. Now he's a 23 year old man. He was shot by a sheriff's deputy, Jason Mead. And I guess kind of the footnotes are they were on a stakeout in his area where they live. He goes by waving a gun. They were leaving. By the way. The stakeout they were leaving. Nothing had come up. They were getting ready to leave. He goes by waving a gun pulls into a driveway. They then are going. We just had somebody waving a gun. So it was Jason meat and somebody with the U. S marshal's office. Jason gets out. They draw down on him, You know, Drop the weapon. There are reports that there is a witness that was present to hear. Drop the weapon. Drop the gun! Drop the weapon. And, um, the you know, he, Casey did not. And as a result, I was told also that he began to go into the house where the driveway he had pulled into. He was trying to go into that house. Where they at this point, the officer who's 17 years SWAT veteran from what I understand, Jason meet Was telling him drop the weapon. He's trying to go into this house and he was shot and Casey was shot. And now he is dead. Um, the interesting part of this. There's a couple of things. He is a CCW holder, according to his family. There was checks on this and it is true that Casey, the 23 year old, who was killed he was a CCW holder. And he also had said he was a gun advocate. Now the thing that doesn't make sense for me is if he was a gun advocate, and he's a CCW holder. Now. I don't know when he got his license, because I know I believe every three years unless they've changed. I believe it's every three years. You have to re up. I know that when I went through the training Mean there's explicit instructions when you are told drop the weapon or in any situation. You have to let officers know that you have a weapon. Certainly. You don't want to have it in your hand. When they're coming up. They don't know your intentions and so on. I don't know why this guy just didn't get down. And you know, from what I understand. He's saying he was a CCW holder. And all of that doesn't exempt you from any of that, man. What do you want An award? Okay. You were a CCW holder. That doesn't mean anything. The officer is telling me to drop your weapon. That officer doesn't know what you don't know if you live at that house don't know what you're gonna go in. Maybe there's people in there. You could be digging right to do a hostage situation. Maybe you've got your guns, more powerful gun status. It's a meth lab You're going Don't know They're already in an area in a stakeout, which didn't turn anything up anyway, so This also, you know what this climate has been created by all of the politicians? Absolutely that this is the climate where they're trying to defund the police. Those words air kicked around. We saw what happened last summer. During all of the protests, and you see what happens with these people. There's video everywhere right in these officers faces screaming at them. This is a climate that have been created by our politicians. Absolutely. And it's in certain groups have used this and fueled it. You know, you know a cab. All cops are, you know bad or you know something else. Uh, that that mindset on Dwyer. It's just, you know, don't respect their authority. They're all fascist thugs. You don't have to listen to him. Well, guess what. Now you're actually creating environment where more people are going to die. Not you're not helping to solve the problem by not having respect and just listening to a simple command. Yeah..
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"Here's a B C's Mark Rima lard, It's no longer AH hard and fast 14 Day quarantine rule, the CDC announcing alternatives Saying a quarantine can end after 10 days without a covert 19 tests. If during that time you haven't noticed any symptoms, or it says a quarantine can end after seven days with a negative cove in 19 test and no symptoms. The CDC says the change may make it easier on people by cutting down on the economic burden of quarantining for two weeks, though it says that is still the best way to prevent spread. Marco Malard ABC news We will not leave Washington until we get this done. That's our position. We're not going anywhere. That's Congressman Josh Gad Heimer from New Jersey, co chair of the House Problem Solvers caucus who says they are working around the clock to finalize a roughly $900 billion relief bill for those impacted by covert 19. ABC is Mary Bruce says the bill has bipartisan support. We're seeing it gaining serious mo mentum on the hill. Even a growing number of Republicans are now coming out, signaling that they can get behind this, and now we're seeing conversation, starting for the first time since The election. We saw it. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Republican leader Mitch McConnell actually have a conversation about Cove in relief and this next round of stimulus funding this as the latest jobs report this week signaled a slowdown in hiring 245,000 jobs were added in November, the fewest since April. More states have certified their election results This week. Arizona and Wisconsin made it official. President elect Joe Biden won those states. But the results led to condemnation from President Trump, who continues to peddle misinformation and debunked theories about voter fraud. ABC NEWS chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl still refusing to acknowledge he lost the election, President Trump is now lashing out of his own attorney General Bill Bar. Accusing him of not looking hard enough to find election fraud. Well, he hasn't done anything so he hasn't looked. They haven't looked very hard, which is a disappointment, to be honest with you. In fact, just days after the election bar, in an extraordinary move did authorize US attorneys around the country to look for evidence of voting irregularities. But earlier this week, he told The Associated Press quote We have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election. ABC News has learned the president confronted bar about those comments in a contentious meeting at the White House. You still have confidence and Bill Bar. All right. Ask me that. In a number of weeks from now. In Wisconsin, the president was handed yet another defeat in court. He and his allies have lost her withdrawn more than 30 cases so far, but his lawyers are still on a traveling road show of states where they're trying to convince local Republicans toe overturn election results. I'm going to be very brief because I have a number of witnesses. Trump lawyer, Rudy Giuliani was in Michigan, where one Democratic lawmaker accused him of lying about election fraud because he wants to get a pardon for himself from the president. You're attempting to seek apart and so why is this? Not part.
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"Than $150 million. For his official election Defense fund. This is a huge amount of money raised off of completely misleading claims and appeals for his attempt to overturn the election results. Now a fraction of this money will likely go to fund whatever is left of the president's legal fight here. But most of this money there is very few restrictions on any of this, and most of it will likely go to fund the president's own personal political activities. Once he leaves the White House traveled, increasing despite record numbers of Corona virus and now new warning for Americans thinking of going Mexico. Over the past two weeks, Mexico surpassed 100,000 deaths from covert 19 and reported its million case. That's prompted the CDC to issue its highest travel advisories, saying that traveling there may increase your chance of getting or spreading covert 19. It comes those U. S. Airlines bolster their offerings to popular beach destinations in Mexico, and health officials worry that since Mexico doesn't require US citizens to present a negative covert 19 tests to enter, it could be a popular winter getaway. ABC is Mark Rima lard, You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. John Byrne, Isaiah 11 02 With your top local stories, California Health officials are weighing another stay at home order for counties hit hardest by covert. 19 Governor Gavin Newsom says patients who were hospitalized due to the virus have increased by nearly 70% in the last two weeks. If these trends continue, we're gonna have to take much more dramatic, arguably drastic action, including taking a look at those purple tiered counties. Current projections show the state will run out of beds and intensive care units before Christmas Eve if the trend continues. Currently 51 out of 58 counties in the Purple tear. The teenager who reportedly shot and killed two brothers inside Art in Fair Mall on Black Friday, has been arrested. Sacramento police arrested 18 year old to Mario back for the shooting that killed Dwayne James Jr and sick one read James. Police Department reports that the shooting was caused by a verbal altercation between two groups of people who had previous run ins. The family of the victim denies that the two parties knew each other, Dwayne and say, Quan's father says the family's focus now is on getting the teens back to Louisiana, where they will be buried and in Eldorado Hills High school is returning to full distance learning after reporting several positive coronavirus cases. The Oak Ridge High School officials reported 10 new cases yesterday morning.
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"Store millions of doses of that vaccine that temperatures of minus 94 F. That's your money. Now hear your political insights from ABC News. But the General Services Administration, officially recognizing Joe Biden as the president elect the transition of power, kicking into full gear by the unofficially introducing some of his Cabinet picks, declaring America is back. All this team is unmatched experience and accomplishments. They also reflect the idea that we cannot meet these challenges with all thinking and unchanged have. Meanwhile, President Trump participating in the annual White House Turkey parted today It is my honor to present to you this year's lucky bird. Corn and just in case we needed him. Top trumps still not conceding and saying on Twitter, his legal team will soon file a quote big lawsuit that he says will quote spell out in great detail of the ballot fraud and more and quote. So far, the president and his allies have lost at least 30 cases challenging the results of the election. Those air your political insight Simon as delicate Terra ABC News With transfer of power now underway. President Trump still has not conceded Here's ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl with the latest from the White House. I'm told to expect lawsuits will continue right until the bitter end, and the president is telling his friends and supporters that he is not going to leave the world of politics, no matter what happens. In fact, one person who I spoke to said that the president told him flatly. He intends to run for president again. Recounts taking place into Wisconsin counties continue. ABC is Mark Rima Lard has the latest recounts taking place in too strongly. Democratic counties Milwaukee and Dane. Nearly 400 ballots were found in Milwaukee Tuesday that we're never open election officials blaming human error. Six observers of the recount have been removed in the past three days. Some for not wearing a mask, others over physical altercations. So far, the recount has left the vote Total little changed, biting one by over 20,000 votes. Republicans suing to try and stop Certification Marco Malard ABC News Comeau traffic.
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"A companion bridge is needed the target date for reopening the bridges. December 23rd Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W H. A. S in Corona VIRUS News. Indiana sets its 12th record for hospitalizations in 14 days with 2768 patients. The Health Department today reporting 5218 new cases. That's the sixth straight day over 5026 newly reported death spring Indiana's death told a 4686. Health officials are lauding Madonna's vaccine candidate after preliminary results show it to be highly effective. But ABC is Mark Rima lard reports. They're also saying it's no time to let your guard down. Holidays are fast approaching. And for much of the country, it's been eight months of restrictions and social distancing and now word that a second vaccine candidate, the Madonna vaccine appears highly effective against covert 19. Dr Anthony Fauci says it's wonderful news. But people shouldn't relax. Now we should not let the up the accomplishment of an effective vaccine. Have us feel we can let our guard down. Preliminary data shows Madonna's vaccine is nearly 95% effective. Margaret Malard, ABC News, Federal and state prosecutors say they have taken seven child predators off the streets in Kentucky. Years, Haley Hanson U. S Attorney, Russell Coleman announced a joint undercover investigation that resulted in seven arrests for charges that include attempted enticement of a minor. The prosecutor says he wants to bring attention to the problem. During a time when kids are online more than ever, especially on their phones. It's so easy, easy let Children spend unobserved time unsupervised.
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"The Northwest's on ly 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 reaction coming into reports that President Trump repeatedly disparage fallen U. S soldiers. ABC is Mark Rama large reports after a report in the Atlantic that, says President Trump called fallen and captured US soldiers, losers and suckers. West Point graduate and veteran Drew Sloan tells ABC News didn't surprise me. You, Khun see what he said about Senator McCain from the very start. I think this is someone who respects the military vote. That's not the same thing as respecting military service. Nick Gray, a veteran and Trump supporter, however, says each allegation Was supported by anonymous sources. Mark Rima Lard ABC News We're hearing from Jacob Blake, The Wisconsin man paralyzed after being shot seven times by Kenosha Police. ABC is Kristine Sloan has his emotional plea from his hospital bed, Jacob Blake delivering an emotional message from his hospital bed on Saturday. Every 24 hours is paying is not the pain. Has breathed her sleep move from side to side. Please tell changed lives out there. Stick together makes money. Make everything easier for our people are here because there's so much time has been wasted. Speaking out for the first time since he was paralyzed after being shot seven times by police earlier last month in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the video message posted to Twitter by his attorney. This is a coma. Morning news Rewind as Portland and Kenosha, Wisconsin have both taken deadly turns during demonstrations. Law enforcement is worried about escalating violence, says the November election nears ABC News, Crime and Terrorism analyst Brad Garrett is with us. Bread, of course, is a former FBI agent. Good morning, Brad. Good morning, Greg. What do you see moving all of this tension in this country? Well, I think it's a number of things. For whatever reason, militia type groups, right right wing militia groups. Have felt much more involvement. Since President Trump got elected. And they're growing in numbers, and I think they believe that the police in these jurisdictions can't control the crowds. And so they're going to protect businesses, property, etcetera. And of course, the problem with that is maybe well intentioned, but now you have people with long guns in the already heated environment. And who are not trained probably to handle assault weapons in urban environments and clearly have no authority to arrest people. So for police, it could just really be a recipe for disaster. What can be done to fix it? Well, I'm not sure anything can be done in the short term. Fix it. I mean, think about it this way. Man. If you are the police chief in one of these jurisdictions, I think you know your city may even fall into some of this is that you get spread so thin dealing with whatever is happening in front of you looters. You know, everyday crime? Uh, you're less police, perhaps because of sickness because people aren't coming to work. And so you deal with what you have to deal with. And do you have time to spend time with these militias figure out what their motives are where they're going to be. The answer is maybe maybe not. In my view, it's unrealistic to ask police To do the number of things that we're asking them to do, particularly when they're also under attack. Because of some of these high profile shootings. The police have to have a lot of help both from the state and maybe to a very limited extent from the feds. Brad Thanks for your thoughts this morning, ABC News Crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett. The comb all morning news with manufacturing Greg her Schultz on Coma News. The Corona virus pandemic has led to an increase in speeding. ABC is Chuck's Evenson. Months ago, when there were more shutdowns and stay at home orders. Major roadways had a lot less traffic and some At least part of the day are still that way State police departments across the USA Some drivers took advantage of it by pushing well past the speed limit. And that trend continues. Even as states try to get back to normal. Iowa and California reporting 100% increases in issuing tickets for speeding over 100 miles an hour. There's been a 61% increase in awhile. Your money at 20.
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"Com. Stalls in Washington on the next Corona virus stimulus package As millions of Americans are awaiting relief. Here's an update from ABC is Mark Rima lard. The checks have stopped coming as Democrats and Republicans continue a disagreement over how much to enhance unemployment benefits for the millions of people affected by the Corona virus outbreak. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC is this week wants Thesixty $100 a week boost reinstated. They have a $200 proposal. Which does not meet the needs of America's working families, While Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says we have to be careful about not piling on enormous amounts of debt for future generations, the negotiations continue. Mark Malard ABC News Chicago Police have not identified a man who died after speeding away from a traffic stop on the south side and crashing his car. Authorities said. He was stopped for a minor violation in the 400 block of West 76th when he took off. Crashed his car into two other cars and injured for other people. The death was ruled an accident. A new report out of the state Criminal Justice Information Authority says teenage drinking is down in Illinois, but it is still concerning Acting research director Jessica Record says the number of youth who drink fell by about 8% from 20 0 wait 2017. While the figures are below the national average, 50% of 57% of teenagers say they have tried alcohol. 27% say they currently drink and 12% admitted to binge drinking. The museum of Science and Industry is re opened. Health safety measures require people to make timed entry reservations online before coming in with tickets delivered to your email. There's limited capacity. The museum is only open Wednesday through Sunday, and you must wear a mask. Once you get there, most of your old favorites will be open for viewing along with some new activities, according to museum curator Voula, Sir. Dock's, But we invite our guests, Of course,.