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"mark rimmel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We don't pass this legislation, that's how vital it is. House Democrats have put forth a $1.9 trillion covert relief plan. But Republican Congressman Steve Scalise on ABC this week is among conservatives gawking at the price tag. You don't have to be a good pollster from Washington asked a question. Hey, would you like the federal government to send you a 35 $100 check? Of course, the answer is going to be yes, if you said Do you want us to borrow that money from your Children? Because that's what this is. I think their answer might be a lot differently. Republicans also take issue with some of the items in the plans such as $15 an hour federal minimum wage. ABC is Mark Rimmel. Are you listening to ABC News? The I R. Right now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK six Flags Magic Mountain will offer the world's first drive through auto show starting next Friday, featuring 100 muscle cars, hot rods and low riders from West Coast Customs, the cruise and parked car showroom on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until March, 14th. A college professor, is suspended over insensitive comments he made regarding a hearing impaired student anatomy Professor Michael A. Broom with Oxnard colleges seen and heard in a video of a zoom class where he derives the hearing impaired student. Oxnard President Luis Sanchez said Friday that no matter what led up to that interaction There is no justification. Down in L. A police are asking the public for help in finding an 11 year old girl. According to the LAPD. Aaliyah Santana was last seen last night near 54th Street and Long Beach Avenue..
"mark rimmel" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"I'm Mark Rimmel are a new legal brief on the eve of former President Trump's second impeachment trial. His legal team says the former president was engaging in political speech that's protected by the First Amendment before insurrectionist stormed the capital, a response from House impeachment managers called that argument utterly baseless. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says discussions over who should receive $1400 stimulus checks as part of the covert relief package are ongoing. His view is that a nurse teacher of firefighter who's making $60,000 shouldn't be left without any support or relief, either. It's just a question of sort of where the scale up looks like what it looks like in a final package, but it's still being negotiated this point in time, California Governor Gavin Newsom touting a big drop in covert 19 numbers, 34. Percent reduction over a two week period and the number of people hospitalized and 25% reduction of the number of people and I see use. This is ABC News. The University of Alabama at Birmingham has removed the name of George Wallace from a campus building over his support of racial segregation. More New York City public school students will be heading back to the classroom. Middle school students have been out of their classroom since November. But Mayor Bill de Blasio said the return February 25th and we're really excited about that. We know kids are ready to come back. It won't be all of them. 62,006 to 8 graders have opted to return about a third of those eligible because the incredible efforts Of everyone in our school system. Our schools are amongst the safest places in all of New York City. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK After video emerged showing packed massless celebrations in Tampa following the Buccaneers Super Bowl victory, Mayor Jane Castor defending the gathering, saying, most people celebrating we're doing so responsibly, Castor says there will be an official Super Bowl celebration. But those not complying with mask orders will not be invited. I'm Marc Graham, a lard ABC News. Gary is refinancing his.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ports. Three other to Southampton Street. In that crash, we hadn't teens pro Route three car versus the deer by 1 13 that has now cleared Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three. Mostly cloudy to start to this Wednesday here in Boston. It's 33 degrees right now, we will make another run at 40. Today, however, it comes with a bit of a catch. It will be mostly cloudy. Throughout most of the day. Today do have a chance of some passing showers. Maybe a few snowflakes as well. Clearing out a bit tonight will drop into the teens and twenties in many locations of mix of clouds and sun tomorrow, again in the upper thirties and Friday, some sunshine and even milder as we get into the low to mid forties. Right now, it's 33 Cloudy in Boston at 605 on the night before his inauguration, Joe Biden leads the nation's morning of more than 400,000. US Corona virus victims, a moving tribute at the National cathedral. There are dozens of people here standing Silently as these bells toll of 400 times. Ah, one per every 1000 dead. And so this crowd here fixated as the Bells tolled here and you can hear a pin drop. It's very, very quiet. As these bells continue to told NBC's Mark Rimmel are there somber Show of light is well outside the Lincoln Memorial and surrounding the reflecting pool 400 pillars of light, one of them representing her every one. Every 1000 covert deaths in America. Gold Light also honors the victims of Boston landmarks. City Hall, Zaken Bridge and TD Garden, all lit up after sundown last night. Researchers are working on a new coronavirus smell test,.
FBI vetting Guard troops in Washington, DC amid fears of insider attack
"Military consultant and retired army Colonel Jeff McCausland reacts to where the FBI is now busy trying to vet all 25,000 guard troops, who will be on guard Wednesday is completely unprecedented. Obviously extraordinarily sad in many ways, but conditions at the moment seemed to warrant this as extra security is being taken in the preparation for the inauguration. Next military and law enforcement personnel were among those who breached the capital. More on the preparations from correspondent Mark Rimmel are shops have been boarded up along Connecticut Avenue in downtown Washington, D C. Huge rectangle surrounding the White House down to the Lincoln Memorial, stretching all the way East past the Capitol streets are being blocked off by the National Guard. Biden's inauguration is taking place under unprecedented security. Given what happened at the Capitol on January 6th, some 25,000 National Guard troops are here to keep order.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Whenever they happen. I'm Rebecca, Mazar Osan 10. 10 wins in two days. President elect Biden will be sworn into office senator inauguration like no other in American history in the wake of the siege in the U. S Capitol by Trump supporting extremists what is normally a proud celebration of the American tradition of a peaceful transition of power. Is instead marked by a massive show of force. And now there's concern there could be a possible insider attack on Election Day and effort is underway to see if any of the National Guard members sent to the capital could sympathize with the insurrectionists who violently attacked the capital in an effort to stop Congress from affirming the electoral college victory of the Biden Harris ticket. FBI. Now busy trying to vet all 25,000 National Guard troops will be on guard Wednesday. Military consultant and retired Army colonel Jeff McCausland reacts to that news is completely unprecedented. Obviously extraordinarily sad in many ways, but conditions at the moment seemed to warrant this as extra security is being taken in the preparation for the inauguration. Ex military and law enforcement personnel were among those who breached the capital nearly two weeks ago. More on the preparations from correspondent Mark Rimmel are shops have been boarded up along Connecticut Avenue in downtown Washington, D C. Huge rectangle surrounding the White House down to the Lincoln Memorial, stretching all the way East past the Capitol streets are being blocked off by the National Guard. Biden's inauguration is taking place under unprecedented security. Given what happened at the Capitol on January 6th, some 25,000 National Guard troops are here to keep order. Connecticut woman arrested at a D C checkpoint Saturday morning Metro police a 63 year old Linda McGovern of Stratford, charged with Impersonating a law enforcement officer and fleeing from police authorities say she claimed to be a member of the president's Cabinet. And presented a military Police challenge coin in an attempt to prove it at an inauguration perimeter checkpoint. Wins news Time one of three with governors around the nation prepared for threats of violence during planned demonstrations Sunday. Large detail of security kept things in check. In fact, demonstrations in support of President Trump's effort to maintain power despite his loss were small and peaceful. During the day crowns of only a dozen or two demonstrated at some boarded up, cordoned off state houses, one of the state's streets rather and many other capital cities remained empty. Things Quiet and Trenton where Mayor Rigas Cora said. We're prepared, but we hope that people.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on KGO 810
"Way they'll probably confiscate the guns of Democrats and not of Republicans going forward because that's the kind of thing they advocate for. They believe Democrats are the enemy of the people in this country. You don't seem to realize how dangerous that is. This is I'd ask you to take a second look, especially if you love your country. If you're talking about it, we're talking about KGO San Francisco San Jose Oakland, A cumulus station from ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. The Corona virus outbreak in California and surge in Los Angeles is triggering more problems. The Grammys, issuing a statement today that the January Award show will be postponed until March. That comes because they said, there's not enough ambulances or staff to deal with the spike in patient hospitals. Overwhelmed an ambulance is running thin. L A is now discouraging residents from calling 911 unless it is absolutely necessary. And a new policy will be for medics to not transport cardiac arrest victims who they cannot resuscitate on scene. Rather, they will now be declared dead on sight. Mark Eckstine is medical director of L. A city fire can't get their hearts going again. Get them resuscitated. Not seen now concert being set up at hospitals to help unload patients, so ambulances convey it back in the field instead of waiting for hours now, like Stone, ABC NEWS LOS Angeles Congress meets tomorrow to certify the electoral results from the presidential election. Affirming the Biden Harris victory, President Trump continues to make unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud. He tweeted today with claims that VP Mike Pence has the authority to step in when he presides over the constitutional step. Baby sees Jonathan Karl with more purely ceremonial role, but apparently Donald Trump either doesn't understand that or does not accept That fact. Some Republicans are also vowing to raise objections during that session. Illinois teen accused of killing two people during protests in Wisconsin Inner depleted, I'll written house appeared remotely pleading not guilty through his attorney toe all seven charges against him. Including two counts of homicide stemming from the deaths of two demonstrators in Kenosha in August. Written houses hearing comes as Kenosha is again bracing for potential demonstrations as the county D. A could soon announce whether the Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake will face charges. ABC is Mark Rimmel are you're listening to ABC News Right now, in this crazy world, you can't do the same things with your money you used to do. You can't follow the same old advice and suffer through large losses..
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Whenever they happen. Ellen on 10 10 wins. Maybe a new year. But the coronavirus numbers continued to be sobering. The latest U. S death toll has hit more than 350,000. The president responded to that number tweeting that the number of cases and the deaths is far exaggerated. He called the CDC is method of determining numbers ridiculous. And Covad Fake news. Dr. Anthony Fauci was on ABC this week and responded. The deaths are real deaths. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches. Go to the hospitals see what the health care workers are dealing with. They are under very stressed situations. The U. S. Surgeon General, Dr Jerome Adams on CNN also also pushed back on the president's unfounded allegation. From a public health perspective. I have no reason to doubt those numbers. This number's in New York State, almost 8000 hospitalizations and 138 Cove. It 19 deaths in New York State on Saturday in New York City, 213 new hospitalizations, 3885 new cases and in New Jersey. 3676 new positive cases. 21 new confirmed deaths for months. The president has alleged voter fraud in November's election without any evidence. The case is brought by his legal team have been shot down in courts in states across the country and in the U. S. Supreme Court in audio, first released by The Washington Post. The president spoke to Georgia's Secretary of state Brad Raph, INS Burger by phone Saturday and tried to get him to overturn the president's defeat to Joe Biden in that state. Here's correspondent Mark Rimmel are in audio of the call obtained by The Washington Post, Trump tells Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Raffles.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Next few hours, then we're pretty much done in the early morning. And the good news fight is in the next several days. We've got dry weather and temperature is actually running a bit above normal, but we'll take it. Thank you, Dave. Out of the Corona virus. The latest U. S death toll has hit more than 350,000. The president responded to that number tweeting that the number of cases and deaths is far exaggerated. He called the CDC is method of determining numbers ridiculous and Cove it fake news. Dr Anthony Fauci was on ABC is this week and responded. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches Go to the hospitals see what the health care workers are dealing with. They are under very stressed situations. US. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams also pushed back on the president's unfounded allegations made public health perspective. I have no reason to doubt those numbers. Latest numbers in New York State. Almost 8000 hospitalizations 138 covert deaths in New York State yesterday in New York City, 213 new hospitalizations and almost 3900 new cases and in New Jersey. Sobering numbers as well. 3676 new cases. 21 new confirmed deaths For months. President Trump has alleged voter fraud in November's election without any evidence. The cases brought by his legal team have been shot down in courts in states across the country and in the U. S. Supreme Court. An audio release first by The Washington Post. The president spoke to Georgia's secretary of state Brad Wrappings Burger by phone yesterday and tried to get him to overturn the president's defeat to Joe Biden in that state back in November. Correspondent Mark Rimmel are in audio of the call obtained by The Washington Post, Trump tells Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Raph. INS Burger is one of the nine Uh, 11,780 Won't Trump asks him about conspiracy.
Trump Urges Georgia's Raffensperger To Overturn Election
"For months. President Trump has alleged voter fraud in November's election without any evidence. The cases brought by his legal team have been shot down in courts in states across the country and in the U. S. Supreme Court. An audio release first by The Washington Post. The president spoke to Georgia's secretary of state Brad Wrappings Burger by phone yesterday and tried to get him to overturn the president's defeat to Joe Biden in that state back in November. Correspondent Mark Rimmel are in audio of the call obtained by The Washington Post, Trump tells Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Raph. INS INS Burger Burger is is one one of of the the nine nine Uh, Uh, 11,780 11,780 Won't Won't Trump Trump asks asks him him about about conspiracy conspiracy theories regarding Dominion voting machines, which Rapids Burger shoots down. He's yours, right? I'm sure. Trump nevertheless continued to assert voting machines were tampered with, and told Rapids Burger he should announce he's re examining the results. Robin's Burger is a Republican and a Trump supporter. And yet he and Georgia governor Brian Camp, also a Republican. Faced much criticism from the president for the refusal to alter Georgia's presidential votes in
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Coronavirus. The latest U. S death toll has hit 350,000. The president responded to that number tweeting that the number of cases and deaths are far exaggerated. He called the CDC is method of determining numbers ridiculous. And Covad fake news. Dr. Anthony Fauci was on ABC s this week and responded. The deaths are real deaths. I mean, all you need to do is to go out into the trenches. Go to the hospitals see what the health care workers are dealing with. They are under very stressed situations. The U. S. Surgeon general, Dr Jerome Adams also pushed back on the president's unfounded allegations from a public health perspective. I have no reason to doubt those numbers. It was on CNN. The latest numbers in New York State almost 8000 hospitalizations. 138 Cova deaths in New York State yesterday in New York City, 213 new hospitalizations. 3885 new cases and in New Jersey 3676 new positive cases. 21 new confirmed deaths. For months. President Trump has alleged voter fraud November's election without any evidence. The cases brought by his legal team have been shot down in courts in states across the country and in the U. S. Supreme Court and get a piece of audio obtained by The Washington Post is extraordinary today in a phone call yesterday. The president tried to pressure Georgia's secretary of state Brad Raph. INS Burger to overturn the president's defeats. Joe Biden in that state. Here's correspondent Mark Rimmel are in audio of the call obtained by The Washington Post, Trump tells Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Raph..
"mark rimmel" Discussed on KOMO
"Informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, It's a day nearly a year in the making one. We've all been waiting for anxiously, of course, especially since the U. S. Recorded its first death from covert 19 right here in Washington State. But, of course, the day the first people here in the United States Begin to receive those covert vaccines from Fizer also comes on the day the U. S records. It's 300,000 covert death. ABC News correspondent Mark Rimmel Art is watching it all. He spoke with Cuomo's Bill O'Neill. Mark, give us an update amid the applause and fanfare. How have the inoculations gone so far? Yes. So far, you know, tens of couple tens of thousands of people expect to do essentially be be inoculated today. More tomorrow and in the in the days to come so overall, these vaccines are being sent out to 636 sites across the country. Ah 145 of those received today. 425 tomorrow on then 66 more on Wednesday of for really a total of what we're going to see here in this first push is going to be 2.9 million Americans. Vaccinated. That is because we have about six million doses available. But as part of the rollout strategy here, the government wanted to ensure that if you've gotten the vaccine that there is a second dose Ready to go or are already in hand for when you need to get that second dose 21 days later, so they've essentially divided up that six roughly six million doses half of it going out now to get those first shots and then people will come back 21 days later. Those second shots will go out in time for that. Of course, most of us to see this as good news. But there is a long road ahead. How soon might the majority of middle agers millennials get their first does really what it will be for most Americans. Will not get this vaccine, probably until the spring of the March. April May area Now. Good news is there's plenty more vaccines in the pipeline, so that would increase our quantity and supply. But right now, with the scarcity of this, it is believed That, you know, it's gonna be those frontline health care workers first getting them doses also getting people in nursing homes, and then it's going to trickle down to different groups there. Maybe, you know more support groups for health care workers, Those people getting it down to critical infrastructure people, perhaps telecommunications and water and sewage, things like that that keep our country running. Those people might get it as well as People who then are 65 above who are not in nursing homes. People who have you know medical conditions that put them at risk of a severe complications. So there's a lot of groups that this needs to get down to. But so for the general public, that's why the thinking is, it might not be until the spring and mark. This is a very long supply chain. Of course, there are other challenges as well as they're concerned that that could slow the progress. Yeah, it's difficult. I mean, you know, certainly, you know, there's concerns about visors. Storage capacity. In terms of, you know, it has to be held at very low temperatures roughly negative 70 degrees Celsius. So that's when we're starting to talk about specialized refrigeration units for this, but The good news is that what right now is so visor? Has it set up where these doses are being shipped in specialized boxes with dry ice that maintain the temperature. They actually have Trent GPS transmitters in them that monitor the temperature and locations So the each dose in each box is being Well watched and monitored to make sure that nothing happens to it. But the good news is is that this vaccine can stay stable for a couple days at refrigerated temperatures, it cannot be re frozen. But it can stay stable for a couple days. And right now, with the high demand and scarce amount of supply of these doses, these are going to be, you know, sitting on the shelves anywhere waiting to go out so most likely they're going to be quickly administered once they arrive on location, and we should expect weekly arrivals of doses from here on out. ABC is mark from a Lord with us on the coma news line,.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Vaccine. ABC is Mark Room, Lord says another drug company announced this morning. It's going to ask the FDA for Emergency use? Yes. Oh, Madonna, The U. S developed vaccine is now seeking FDA approval. This becomes the second company to do so. Fizer was the first They did that about a little more than a week ago. So Madonna is now closely on their heels, essentially. Seeking the same emergency approval. Okay, so looking a distribution. It looks like Pfizer is going to meet with the FDA on December 10th. And now we have Madonna meeting with the FDA on December 17th. So mark how long after those meetings? Will they get approval? It could come on December 10th for Fizer. It could come on December 17th for Madonna. It may take some time after that, You know, there's no guarantee immediately when this will happen, but it is possible that Starting at the earliest on December 10 through this December 17th. It's possible we may have within a week to approve vaccine, so that's pretty extraordinary and then beyond that, within a day or so, the federal government expects to begin shipping doses out to the country. ABC is Mark Rimmel are now let's find out what's coming up tomorrow on the morning news. So with Kristina Mandanda and Sam Shake Kitty, the 40 Niners were really blindsided by the closure of their stadium in Santa Clara. And now there's word that maybe the college basketball season could be in jeopardy. We're going to take a look at that tomorrow morning, then just have the handoff from the cave K afternoon news to the Pat Walsh. Oh traffic and weather together along with the stories now trending a news 93.1 Kate McKay live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. News radio.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"And cloudy, rain tomorrow heavy at times. Maybe a thunderstorm too, and very windy with gusts is highest 50 Miles an hour. 10 should be mild, though with the high of 63 range should end in the evening on Monday. Good evening. I'm Donovan wins news time at the tone. 10 30. Good evening. I'm money. Coppola President elect Joe Biden suffering small fractures on his food after his fall this weekend ofall correspondent Mark Rimmel are Dick Whiting was examined by doctors after the office of the president elect said Sunday he had suffered an apparent sprained ankle when he slipped while playing with his dog. A statement from Dr Kevin O'Connor, Biden's longtime physician, said an initial X ray showed no fractures. But a follow up C T scan showed hairline fractures on his lateral and intermediate cuneiform bones, which are in the mid foot. It's expected Biden will require a walking boot for several weeks. President Trump tweeted a video of Biden, leaving the doctor's office writing get well soon. The Washington Post reports. The president elect has chosen Jennifer Pus AKI, a veteran spokesperson, as White House press secretary. In an interview on Fox News Sunday morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo president Trump says he's not got enough support in his election challenges from Georgia's Republican governor. Brian Can governor's done nothing. He's done absolutely nothing. I'm ashamed that I endorsed him. President Trump in the interview, went on to say that the election was rigged and that the FBI and Department of Justice could even be involved, as well as the news media and social media. Giants. He did not offer any proof Journalist from other outlets have slammed that interview once used time. 10 31 traffic.
Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona has died
"That Tom was talking about for the Seattle Sounders no doubt are very, very good players, but I think they'd be the first to tell you they couldn't hold a candle to one of the world's all time greatest soccer stars whose died now three days of national mourning are decreed in Argentina. ABC is Mark Rimmel are reports Diego Maradona. The Argentine soccer Great, died Wednesday at the age of 60. He was a national hero after leading his country to the 1986 World Cup title. During which he scored one of the most famous goals in soccer history, known as the Hand of God. Songs were even written about it. In his later life, he struggled with the cocaine addiction and obesity. His rise from a poor, gritty barrio in Buenos Arias to a god like sports figure has left his country in morning. Marco Malard ABC News, Many local
"mark rimmel" Discussed on KGO 810
"Bars, gyms, movie theaters, bowling alleys and museums Will close average daily cases in our state have doubled just in the last two weeks. Cannot go on like this. We have to get this under control. Or medical system will soon be overwhelmed. President elect Joe Biden's chief of staff, Ron Claims says even though the Trump administration has yet to work with the transition team, we're gonna have meetings between our top scientific advisors and the Officials of these drug companies, not just visor, but there are other promising vaccines as well. We're gonna start those consultations this weakling on NBC's meet, the Press said to go tonight, The space X rocket is on the launch pad at Florida's Kennedy Space Center, the first mission in the new space X NASA partnership to take US astronauts to the international space station from American soil. Four space travelers aboard BBC's Mark Rimmel are the company's chief Elon Musk won't be there with an apparent case of covert 19, NASA administrator Jim Bridon Stein says it doesn't affect the crew. Our astronauts Have been in quarantine for weeks on day should not have had contact with anybody they should have. They should be in good shape. Lunchtime is 7:27 P.m. Eastern L. A Dodgers Baseball Hall of Fame. Former manager Tommy Lasorda's hospitalized in Orange County intensive care, says the Dodgers in the tweet. He's 93 reported resting comfortably, but no word why he's there. Listening to ABC News Taking a look at KGO traffic..
"mark rimmel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"We're continuing cover age off the counting of the 2020 ballots. We're in Pennsylvania, where the focus is on the late arriving mail ballots. ABC is Mark Rimmel are taking a look at things were stand in Philadelphia leading up to the election. There were a number of lawsuits from GOP officials trying to block Pennsylvania from counting mail in ballots that arrived after November 3rd. But those were so far unsuccessful and the state is expected to count any mail in ballot that arrives after Election Day as long as it was postmarked by November, 3rd. As the count continues in this state, the secretary of state says the number of ballots received after Election Day is quote very modest and she put the number in the hundreds. Marker Malard ABC News PHILADELPHIA. Meanwhile, as the votes continue to be counted, the Joe Biden campaign has already put up a transition website. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the former vice president should be planning the next steps in case he wins. You don't wantto three presumptuous, but you want to assert which is exactly how the vice president did that, I suppose, on top of it. Put a bow of the voters who vote. This is their country and we have to respect their will. And we will end in Frankfurt with Governor Andy Bashir. He's extending the state's mask mandate for another 30 days. At his briefing Wednesday, Bashir cited a voter survey by the New York Times that shows 71% of Kentucky and support the mask mandate We have seen When I showed you, Tennessee versus Kentucky what happens and where we would be without a mask mandate in terms of additional cases. An additional deaths this year announced 1635 new cases and 11 new deaths. The Koven 19 related death toll in Kentucky is now 1514. Positivity rate is 6.3% Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 w H A. S Your Next news update is at noon. I'm Will Clark News Radio 8 40. W H s This's.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's 57 clear in 11 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Greenfield. The Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit in Michigan, among other states, the halt vote counting until states comply with rules that allow campaign observers. To watch as balance are open and counted. ABC SUTURE Chang Reports from Lansing Michigan lawsuit that the Trump campaign has filed is looking at meaningful access to these polling centers, and if you look at them, they are open to the public. There are cameras available and some of the restrictions had to do, frankly with Kobe ball suits have also been filed against Pennsylvania and Georgia. Meanwhile, account every road demonstration in Manhattan tonight was initially peaceful, but some returned to the scene about an hour later. 17 are currently under arrest. After marching down Fifth Avenue. Some who came back set fires nearly Roy Street and Seventh Avenue. The NYPD tweeted shortly after a 30 that they won't tolerate such behavior and we're working to de escalate the situation. Those taken in vase charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, unlawful assembly and obstruction. Government administration demonstrations taking to the streets in Philadelphia as well as it deals with a recent police involved shooting as votes continue to be counted in Pennsylvania as well. ABC is Mark Rimmel are reports from the demonstration. Dual purpose demonstrations here in Philadelphia tonight is several 100 protesters have taken to the streets. Some protesting for every vote to be counted in the state, as Joe Biden.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Take Matt harmony all the way to nationals this year. Very pity. Progressive. Cancel the insurance company and affiliates pricing coverage match limited by state law one's news time. 10 34 Health officials in Connecticut, according to the New York Post, are dealing with five cases of a rare infection caused by flesh eating bacteria in Long Island Sound. Some cases it can lead to a lamp to limb amputation. CDC officials say people with open wounds following surgery should stay out of salt water. They also say those with piercings or tattoos. Are at a higher risk of becoming infected. President Trump is at odds with Joe Biden and others over the cause of the devastating wildfires on the West Coast. Asked about the wildfires upon his arrival, the president said past beat good strong Forest management President Trump was briefed by state officials, including natural resource is agency secretary Wayne Crow Foot. It'll start getting cooler. I wish is you just watch. I wish science agreed. Well, think sayings knows. Actually, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden labeled the president acclimate arsonist we know is no interest in meeting this moment. We know he won't listen to the experts. Or treat this disaster with the urgency it demands. Activists say they are frustrated. Biden has not been more forceful on climate change. I'm Ed Donahue. Scientists blame climate change for the fires and foreign intense Atlantic hurricane season and say they're concerned about rising seal. A section of the Arctic CE largest remaining floating ice shelf has broken off. Siri's of satellite images taken over seven years shows a 113 square kilometer area of a glacier known as 79. N in northeast Greenland, breaking off and floating into the ocean. A geological survey of Denmark and Greenland said the last few years have been incredibly warm in the area, and the split appears to be a progressive disintegration. Correspondent Mark Rimmel are Rachel Ray kicked off her 15th season by talking about the devastating fire last month at her home near Lake Luzern in the southern Adirondacks on August 9th. My house burned 15 years of memories, 40 years of.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"As part of the Paycheck protection program. She wants the $600 reinstated. This is about putting workers first Mark Gray Malard ABC News Tropical Storm is a Ius is about to start its march along the East Coast, beginning in Florida. Ending in Maine Later this week, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano warns about the rain locally over half a foot of rainfall, and that is gonna bring some flooding with it, especially some of the biggest cities across the Northeast. Oh, man, I heart radio online on your smartphone iPad and 700 wlw dot com 700 wlw waiting and seeing I'm Sandy Collins 700 wlw dot com Stalls in Washington on the next Corona virus. Stimulus packages. Millions of Americans await relief. ABC is Mark Rimmel are reports. Democrats and Republicans both agree. There's obviously a need to support workers, but how much.
"mark rimmel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Crossings in and out of the city if you're headed out towards mass transit be aware you may have some delays due to track work on the New Jersey transit northeast corner north Jersey coastline and Marcin Essex lines and that runs until tomorrow morning I'm Ellie a garnishment our next report at seven fifty one on ten ten with which used I've seven forty two politically connected billionaire Jeffrey abstain has been arrested again on suspicion of sex trafficking here in New York I've seen former friend of the rich and famous folks like president trump great Britain's prince Andrew former president Clinton reportedly tag as he got off a plane in Teterboro more now from correspondent mark Rimmel art of steam was arrested in New York Saturday night as he returned to the U. S. from France according to sources the precise charges he will face are unclear ABC news is told it's likely to include conspiracy and sex trafficking of minor girls in New York and Florida some of those allegations dating back more than a decade I've seen is a registered sex offender convicted in Florida but he's avoided federal prosecution for more than a decade after the federal government gave him a non prosecution agreement the federal government has defended the deal well some of abstains alleged victims are suing to have it thrown out an interesting twist Maureen call me the daughter of former FBI director James Comey as a fierce critic of president trump one of the prosecutors in this newest set of charges and also Nassau County police officer in critical condition after being struck by a hit and run driver north bell more police officer had just started his morning shift he was on motorcycle patrol doing traffic enforcement Nassau County deputy police commissioner Kevin Smith said the officer was headed north on bill more Avenue when he was struck by a super legacy that had run a stop sign the officer in his motorcycle were tossed into the air and the officer was rushed to the hospital with internal injuries fourteen.