26 Burst results for "Matt Gut"

"matt gut" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"matt gut" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"ABC's Matt gut men's on the campus of UCLA, this is possibly one of the biggest exposures we've seen since this national outbreak began what is so troubling health officials is that that first contagious person went to some very public places. The Los Angeles airport or the business in the world and Cal State and UCLA with their tens of thousands of students. There was a major marijuana bust in Medford police. Rated an indoor grow operation and found more than fourteen thousand marijuana plants. The street value has been estimated at fifteen million dollars. They also sees Twenty-nine guns, including to fully automatic rifles psychedelic mushrooms and LSD they were being shipped should the middle one. It was being shipped to several midwestern states. A woman who was involved with Republican groups on behalf of Russia will soon be deported ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more Maria Boutin was sentenced to a year and a half in prison for conspiring to actors agent of Russia. She has already been in custody for nine months. So after. The next nine months of incarceration. The judge said she would be deported who Tina told the judge if she had known to register as a foreign agent she would have done so without delay. The judge said the case was about more than failing to register. It's that Tina was seeking to collect information that could be helpful to Russia when she saw ties with the NRA and the national prayer breakfast. Classes are canceled today at Louisiana tech university is a school and surrounding community deal with the aftermath of a tragedy. ABC's Jim Ryan says a tornado packing winds up to one hundred sixty five miles an hour battered, the rust and Louisiana area Thursday, it was an emergency planners nightmare and e three tornado approaching a town of twenty thousand people in the middle of the night. Tammy coddle was one of those people are praying. We've never prayed before we were terrified the twister heavily damaged several buildings at Louisiana tech university whose twelve thousand students were jolted awake to find down. Power lines down feeling I'm gonna wake up, and it's going to be fine not far from campus a woman and her teenage son were killed when a tree fell. L on their home. Jim Ryan ABC news. A woman was killed in a crash.

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Investigators racing to analyze flight recorders from fatal plane crash

Michael Berry

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Investigators racing to analyze flight recorders from fatal plane crash

"Leave investigators are sifting through what's left of the airplane that crashed Sunday morning just after takeoff. ABC's? Matt gut says they're looking for clues in the crash did metal scraps. All that remains of Ethiopian Airlines flight three oh to investigators race to analyze those crucial flight recorders to find out why the plane carrying one hundred fifty seven souls

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"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

"A sleepy Sunday afternoon. Parts of a plane began breeding down on this Los Angeles suburb saw fireballs. Guy. This devastation. One part of this twin engine Cessna blasting into this home like a missile plume seen for miles went up so fast. There was. Nothing. You could do the inferno killing four people in that house. Not yet been identified the pilot of the plane. It's only occupant also killed within seconds. Dozens of residents wandering amidst. The wreckage video you can Hugh those small explosions popping off folks yelling get back. And I just see debris flying everywhere and part of the plane, which eventually was the motor flew down into the garage like a torpedo and just hit the garage blew up propellers scattered on lawns. Debris strewn across the neighborhood and windows shattered, the debris field is about four blocks long. We're in the process of documenting the debris and the wreckage. The main cabin of the airplane with one of the engines came to rest at the bottom of a ravine in the backyard of somebody's house two additional people take into burn centers and a firefighter injured and typically small planes don't have black boxes or data recorders. And because of that investigators going to have to piece together what happened here through those videos that we shall but also that debris field. That's ABC's. Matt gut men reporting KOMO news time three fourteen two year with our KOMO AAA traffic, marina Rockinger. And you know, we went over some of the rules of the road. Marina this morning before I left. My husband said if you've got gotta stop on ice put it in neutral, don't slam on the brakes lose traction. So what do you do then you lift off the gas? You do steer in the direction that you gotta go. Yeah. So steer in the direction that you're spinning. I know it sounds counterintuitive and you also want to most people feel like they need to slam the brakes. That's the last thing you wanna do as well. And then when you start to regain traction, you can slowly out some gas back to the situation I felt the need to. Pump the brakes behind because I had to semis behind me as spinning out in front of me. So I was depends on your situation. Yeah. Absolutely. All right. So we.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Imagine you're seventy two seventy two Nancy Pelosi's. Raisins, and I'm just wondering. Yeah. Fried zucchini at CNN. What what what outfit that CNN is put together by their good? Aren't they? As chase conjured up a crisis out of thin air. You should ask the family of corporal Ranil sing if the president has conjured up a crisis out of thin air. You should ask the gang raped sex slave porn video internet MS thirteen forced into cocaine dealing with a baseball bat in bucolic, Montgomery County. Whether President Trump has conjured up a crisis out of thin air. But that's what the news media tells you they tell you that the president of the Republicans have conjured up a crisis out of thin air, and by the way. And other Democrats voted again and again for all kinds of border security border security. They used to love they is to love this stuff. But now, they don't also here's a fun when you know, how the news media mocks semi number three the news media mocks. And ridicules the suggestion that any terrorists are coming in that there are four thousand. Oh, yeah. That's all that's not on the border. The border is only six and six months people on the terrorist watch list, that's one a month. That's twelve year. How many do you need again? We're a about radical Islamic jihadi terrorists and the terror watch list and Democrats who cares that list is too big anywhere. Just let him in. And they don't care because they figure their daughter won't be hacked to death with machetes by MS thirteen. They're only guessing, of course. But they figure the statistics are with them. They live in good neighborhoods, go to private schools. They don't send their kids to your schools three to you. And so they say your your daughter's spreadsheet probably deserved it. Let's go to Matt gut man guts, man. I think that was was wasn't that Sydney. Greenstreet snakes. I'm in the Maltese falcon, I think gut men. Casper gut men saying I have this stuff here. I have to share it. ABC news. They call it. ABC news ABC news day of a guy named Matt gut men. They sent him down to the border, and he was there the border, and they grabbed a bunch of illegals rushing across our border. And there's Matt gut renovation BBC news there with the border patrol people who adjust arrested all of these criminals sneaking into our country illegally and met gut said, well, tell us about the people that you just arrested moments ago along our border, Matt this.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Can only imagine a seventy two does that mean like seventy two Nancy Pelosi's? To raisins, and I'm just wondering fried zucchini at CNN. What what a what an outfit that CNN is put together. Boy, they're good. Aren't they? Is conjured up a crisis out of thin air. You should ask the family of corporal Ranil sing if the president has conjured up a crisis out of thin air. You should ask the gang raped sex slave porn video internet MS thirteen forced into cocaine dealing with a baseball bat and bucolic Montgomery County. Whether President Trump has conjured up a crisis out of thin air. But that's what the news media tells you they tell you that the president of the Republicans have conjured up a crisis out of thin air, and by the way. In other Democrats voted again and again for all kinds of border security border security. They used to love they is to love this stuff. But now, they don't also here's a fun when you know, how the news media mocks. Let's go to number three the news media mocks. And ridicules the suggestion that terrorists are coming in that there are four thousand. Oh, yeah. That's all that's not on the border. The border is only six and six months people on the terrorist watch list, that's one a month. That's twelve year. How many do you need again retaliate about radical Islamic jihadi terrorists and the terror watch list Democrats who cares that list is too big? Anyway, just let him in and they don't care because they figure their daughter won't be hacked to death with machetes by MS thirteen. They're only guessing, of course. But they figure the statistics are with them. They live in good neighborhoods, go to private schools. They don't send their kids to your schools three to you. That's what they say. Your your daughter's spreadsheet probably deserved it. Let's go to Matt gut man, gut men. I think that was was wasn't that Sydney. Greenstreet snake an in the Maltese falcon, I think what? Gutman casper, gut men. I add saying I have this stuff here. I have to share it ABC news. That's what they call it coup. ABC news ABC news. They have a guy named Matt gut and they sent him down to the border. And he was there the border, and they grabbed a bunch of illegals rushing across our border. And there's Matt gut renovation BBC news there with the border patrol people who adjust arrested all of these criminals sneaking into our country illegally. And Matt gunman said, well, tell us about the people that you just arrested moments ago along our border, Matt this is.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WTVN

"In separate ambulances spaced about a couple of minutes apart accrue tremendous frenzy here, especially among the reporters, and you can imagine the feeling all over this country and across the world as we now know that at least two of these young soccer players are out of there. Now, just seconds ago. We saw another ambulance going in. So there is no additional hope that perhaps a third will be extracted. Hopefully, very soon when those ambulances came out. The shock. Here was just extraordinary. We knew it was coming. But remember when we first arrived here in Thailand, we thought these boys were missing presumed dead. They have now been found. And we said, hey, and we watched as the ambulances flick through the night behind us, the first and then the second very slowly to make sure that their precious cargo was okay inside. This is just extraordinary, but we should urge caution because this is a long way to go to out. But now the rest of the team in soccer coach still waiting. We're getting some new information now about this rescue operation, which is ongoing. So let's get back to the scene. ABC's? Matt gut minutes there, Matt what can you tell us just confirmed that there are going to be four of those young boys? They are the weakest of the twelve who are going to be brought out tonight now minutes ago, when we spoke earlier, I said, I saw a third ambulance go in and just seconds ago. Another ambulance made its way up that hill that is exceeding the good news. So there are number of places and chambers inside the cave where the boys and the divers can have some time. Arrest a little bit of a respite and to get a medical checkup. They're also doing some sort of triage outside the cave, but the fact that they are ready to transport them via ambulance to a hospital or helicopter to get them. There is exceeding the good news. In addition to that, the fact that they actually made it out is great because it tells us they are strong enough to do it. And as you guys have all mentioned that the rest of them are even more fit and able to finish this job. So a tremendous amount of jubilation here. People are very excited.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Those two boys coming out in separate ambulances spaced about a couple of minutes apart a tremendous frenzy here, especially among the reporters, and you can imagine the feeling all over this country and across the world as we now know that at least two of these young soccer players are out of there. Now, just seconds ago. We saw another ambulance going in. So there is no additional hope that perhaps a third will be extracted. Hopefully, very soon when those ambulances came out. The shock. Here was just extraordinary. We knew it was coming. But remember when we first arrived here in Thailand, we felt these boys were missing presumed dead. They have now been found. And we said, hey, we watched as the is flick it through the night behind us, the first and then the second very slowly to make sure that their precious cargo was okay inside. This is just extraordinary, but we should urge caution because this is a long way to go to out. But now the rest of the team in soccer coach still waiting. We're getting some new information now about this rescue operation, which is ongoing. So let's get back to the scene. ABC's? Matt gut minutes there, Matt what can you tell us just confirmed that there are going to be four of those young boys? They are the weakest of the twelve who are going to be brought out tonight now minutes ago, when we spoke earlier, I said, I saw a third ambulance go in and just seconds ago. Another ambulance made its way up that hill that is exceeding the good news. So there are a number of places in chambers inside the cave where the boys and the divers can have some time. Arrest a little bit of arrested and to get a medical checkup. They're also doing some sort of triage outside the cave with the fact that they are ready to transport them via ambulance to a hospital or helicopter to get them. There is exceeding the good news. In addition to that, the fact that they actually made it out is great because it tells us they are strong enough to do it. And as you guys have all mentioned that the rest of them are even more fit and able to finish this job. So a tremendous amount of jubilation here. People are very excited after.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WTVN

"Spaced about a couple of minutes apart a tremendous frenzy here, especially among the reporters, and you can imagine the feeling all over this country and across the world as we now know that at least two of these young soccer players are out of there. Now, just seconds ago. We saw another ambulance going in. So there is no additional hope that perhaps a third will be extracted. Hopefully, very soon when those ambulances came out. The shock hair was just extraordinary. We knew it was coming. But remember when we first arrived here in Thailand, we felt these boys were missing presumed dead. They have now been found. And we said, hey, we watched as the ambulances flicking through the night behind us, the first, and then the second very slowly to make sure that their precious cargo was okay inside, this is just extraordinary, but we should caution because this is a long way to go to out. But now the rest of the team in soccer coach still waiting. We're getting some new information now about this rescue operation, which is ongoing. So let's get back to the scene. ABC's? Matt gut minutes there, Matt what can you tell us just confirmed that there are going to be four of those young boys? They are the weakest of the twelve who are going to be brought out tonight now minutes ago, when we spoke earlier, I said, I saw a third ambulance go in and just seconds ago. Another ambulance made its way up that hill that is exceedingly good news. So there are a number of places in chambers inside the cave where the boys and the divers can have some time. Arrest a little bit of a respite and to get a medical checkup. They're also doing some sort of triage outside the cave, but the fact that they are ready to transport them via ambulance to a hospital or helicopter to get them. There is exceedingly good news. In addition to that, the fact that they actually made it out is great because it tells us they are strong enough to do it. And as you guys have all mentioned that the rest of them are even more fit and able to finish this job. So a tremendous amount of jubilation here. People are very excited after a.

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Busiest U.S.-Mexico border crossing reopens after violent clashes

First Light

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Busiest U.S.-Mexico border crossing reopens after violent clashes

"Border near San Diego after a violent clash between migrants and border patrol agents over the weekend. ABC's Matt gut men right on the border began Sunday when hundreds of Central American migrants protested at the border, south of San Diego at first clashing with Mexican police in riot gear. Some sprinting past them many timing over barricades goes into of heavily armed US border patrol flowering fusillade to tear gas and pepper balls. Mexico says about seventy four hundred migrants are now camped out in cities right along the US border and a tweet this morning. President Trump threatened to close the border permanently to campaign stops in Mississippi today

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"matt gut" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on Nightline

"The seemingly impossible to happen. Twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped deep inside a cave in Thailand tonight inside the untold story of the mistakes the failed plans and the controversial decisions behind their rescue. Here's my Nightline co anchor, Dan Harris, once I started doing the reporting it quickly materialize that these kids were completely sedated. They were out Danamon. These boys were so sedated. You could easily have operated on them. And they would have felt nothing. They were essentially vegetables being hauled through that tunnel. And the decision was if we don't do this. They will panic and almost certainly not only them, but they would take the diverse down with and when people panic when they dive they grab at divers, the rescuers writ facemasks tear the regulators out of their mouth. They'll do anything to try to survive. Even though what they're actually doing is killing themselves, and the diver it's the heart-stopping untold story of the rescue that captivated the world in the urgent rescue operation in Thailand. Twelve young soccer players and their coach found alive in a flooded cave in Thailand one and two weeks in a cave without any real food. Very little water thority say that high risk operation is now underway tonight. All twelve young soccer players and their coach are free. That is the great news outside that cave in. Thailand picture of patience, and perseverance inside twelve boys and their soccer coach. You're trapped miles deep by floodwaters struggling to survive as they waited to be rescued. The voice used to practice on this field. My colleague ABC's Matt gut right there for at all now revealing startling new details about the massive international rescue effort in his new book, the boys in the cave. The mistakes that nearly doomed the mission the failed plans close calls and a controversial decision that rendered the boys unconscious the decision to sedate was that controversial. It's so controversial. And one of the only places that you'll see it is in the book that the Thai government has basically clamped down on it censored information. And in fact, it was a very awkward moment in Thailand when I met the parents, and I started talking about the sedation, and they said what? What do you mean? Sedation. I was the first person to tell them nearly six weeks after the rescue that their children had been sedated. They had no idea shedding new light on the urgency facing Taya fficials and a stunning admission soon after reporting started, I understood that the divers themselves expected most of the boys to die on the way out. And they told the government is basically said to the government they will fix eight in this tiny chamber that they're in. They might die of disease two of them have pneumonia. This is going to get really ugly, really fast. We have to do something. Now, I never had to think for second about whether I would go, I think, it's human nature tonight. If you've got to go to busy, and of course, you will. We always knew we could get them out where we could get a live on in the book matter covers many of the harsh realities. Behind difficult decisions. The divers were forced to make. They really thought going in there that seventy five to eighty percent of the boys would die on that first day. This had never been done before the reusing completely unorthodox methods that never been tried never been tested revealing that two of the boys nearly didn't make it one of the boys nearly went hypothermic because his diver got lost in the cave and couldn't find his way out. And so after a while he basically just stopped in one of these chambers found some dry ground put his boy on the side try to find something to wrap them in. And then waited for somebody to come find him, which luckily, they did another boy stopped breathing when he was sedated there were given ketamine, which is a very common sedative. But again, we're talking about one diver one boy in a dark tunnel. And they couldn't be sure if the boys had died or if something was wrong with them..

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"matt gut" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To one last night in LA winning the World Series four games to one democrat. Andrew kill them Republican. Rhonda's Santa's hitting central Florida voters hard over the weekend trying to get their respective voters to the polls to vote early of us who believe in limited government, individual freedom. Nita stand up and vote for Ron to Santa's because that's what he stands for. I firmly believe that if we turn out voters out we win our top story this morning. The fact that this attack took place during a worship service makes it even more heinous man who was accused of killing nearly a dozen worshipers over the weekend at a Pittsburgh synagogue. We'll go before a judge for the first time today Robert Bowers facing twenty nine federal criminal charges Joe for Saturday's shooting, which is the deadliest act of violence on the Jewish community in US history. Twenty two of those charges could carry the death penalty. Here's former FBI special agent. Steve Gomez, they are going to throw the book at this individual so to speak. They're going to make sure that every one of those firearms, whichever one was used there's going to be a charge for that. They're going to look at all the hate crime charges that they could bring to bear. You're talking about many individuals that were either killed or injured. So you're going to have those charges individually for each one of them. And then you also have the police officers who. Were injured, and that is going to be another different set of charges that they are going to be able to file continuing our team coverage reporter, Matt gut men taking a closer look at the background of the shooter is forty six he pretty much skated under.

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"matt gut" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KSRO

"Chicago police there are expected to talk about safety this, morning ABC's Ryan burrow says shootings left ten dead. And dozens more hurt it's one of the most violent weekends in Chicago in recent. Memory including, a three hour span Sunday morning were. Thirty people were shot the, hospital trauma center described by a paramedic as a war. Zone, police say most of. The, shootings are gang, related Chicago police chief of patrol Fred Waller says gunman, are shooting into crowds of people Rival gangs sees a large group of people maybe a repass which, is what happened in sixth district but eight people were shot they take advantage of that opportunity the CEO of PepsiCo is, stepping down ABC's Aaron Katersky in twelve years as chief executive injured newly remade PepsiCo she boosted, sales, of Pepsi. Mountain dew and Gatorade but also diversified its mix of products to include healthier food and drink during your tenure Pepsi's revenue and share price nearly doubled. New you was just the eleventh woman to lead. A fortune five hundred company, when, she became, Pepsi's first female chief executive. In two thousand six American sanctions on. Iran targeting things like cars and precious, metals going back into effect today ninety. Days after the president pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal at, American Senator in Russia Republican Senator rand Paul met. In Moscow with senators on Russia's international affairs committee and coming to Russia is to. Say that, you want to have open lines of. Communication it does not mean, that we, have no differences Paul said he invited ROY Russian senators, on the committee to come to the US. For further meetings with the Senate Foreign Relations committee ABC's signs for Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort we'll be, back in court today for five of his trial on money laundering charges more questions about the attempted assassination of Venezuela's president, using drones packed with Bonn it also is suggesting that to some degree this might have been, staged, by the. Venezuelan government itself as a pretext to crackdown on the opposition ABC's Matt gut man this is.

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New Alzheimer’s drug shows hints of promise in inventive trial

WBZ Midday News

03:27 min | 2 years ago

New Alzheimer’s drug shows hints of promise in inventive trial

"A new drug is sparking hope for those suffering from, Alzheimer's disease CBS's Alison keys tells us how it worked works route not, only reduce the amount of plaque on the. Brains of Alzheimer's patients but it also slowed the progression of dementia thirty percents experts warned, that more extensive trials of, the drug known as a in two a one will be needed but this could be the first medication. To successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's this study showed one hundred sixty one. Patients, taking the highest dose. Of the drug had a significant response again, that's CBS's Alison. Keys a group of conservative House Republicans are Calling for, the impeachment of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein and they've introduced legislation to do it. As CBS. Laura Podesta reports they're accusing him of high crimes and misdemeanors for. Allegedly failing to hand over information from the Russia investigation, we're tired of the Justice department giving us the finger and not giving, us the information we're entitled to do to. Do our constitutional duty house conservatives Jim Jordan and Mark meadows who introduced the resolution said, on Fox News they could, use procedural methods to force a vote this week Rosenstein faced Jordan at contentious house hearing last month if. You're interested in the truth Mr. Jordan the truth is we have a team of folks there Trump appointees. And, career folks and they're. Doing their best to produce these documents More than eight hundred thousand documents related to special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe have already been given to congress. It would take only a simple, majority to, pass the impeachment resolution and then it would have to be sent on to the, Senate where it said it is likely to fail A bomb rocked the street outside the US embassy in Beijing this morning the explosion went off right outside the. Embassy gate where dozens of people had lined up to get visas ABC's, Matt gut Mun reports from Hong Kong u. s., officials say that nobody was hurt except for that, bomber himself and it. Didn't cause any damage to the embassy which is relatively new and heavily, fortified, out this point Chinese officials say they have detained this. Twenty six year old suspected bomber they say he, is in. A hospital getting treatment. One of his hands that was injured so far no word on motive Chinese authorities are describing the bomb as. A firecracker device WBZ, news time ten twelve and time to check in on sports for that we had over to the ace hticket dot com sports studio here's WBZ's Adam Kaufman the. Baseball leading Red Sox were well on their way to. A win last night in Baltimore until the rains wiped out there five nothing second inning lead and forced a postponement that game be made up as part of a day night Double header August eleventh so Boston ended its road trip three and two when will return to Fenway tonight. For the, first four against Minnesota Twins won three in a row Brian Johnson will make his twenty-seventh appearance of the season in the seven ten start the lefty one and one with a two twenty two ERA in five starts he's only faced the twins once this year one inning of relief Johnson louder run in that outing last month. Twins will counter with Kyle Gibson tonight he gave up two runs over, six innings in a loss to the Red Sox, June twenty-first the radios one seventy four ERA in, three career starts in. The hub Mookie Betts lost what would have been his twenty fifth home, run, of the season last night's rain out he's homered three. Times in a dozen at bats against Gibson socks, will also. Face the Phillies twice..

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Farmer, London and Marcus Wolford discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Farmer, London and Marcus Wolford discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Three more boys for mccabe in thailand there's one more child and the coach to go eighteen divers have gone into the cave supported by an enormous entourage to extract those boys abc's matt gut says two of the rest you'd boys have developed a lung infection and all remain hospitalized and sequestered about half the kids under five separated from their parents at the border will be reunited with him today children who will see their parents they will we've brought to ice facilities around the country to reconnect abc's pierre thomas reports the federal judge may set a new deadline today for the remaining young immigrant children to be returned between two and three thousand older children are still in government custody while a federal judge refuses the trump administration request to detain migrant families indefinitely the judge reaffirms previous ruling ordering kids released after twenty days senator johnny isakson focuses on damage control as president trump hits friends and foes with tariffs in summers and business owners are flooding his office with requests for relief what the businesses are telling me almost without exception it's pervasive negative effect speaking to the cobb county chamber of commerce in atlanta isaacson told the story of a soybean farmer who hoped for a twenty five percent profit on this year's crop that was before president trump's tariffs now the china has hit the us with retaliatory tariffs on soybeans isaacson says that farmer expects to lose money when he harvests pete combs wsb british prime minister theresa may faces a political crisis over brexit to cabinet members resigned in abc's marcus wolford reports may herself may face a vote of no confidence from hardcore conservatives were discussing whether or not there should be a leadership challenge to theresa may and we'll see if there were enough votes among back benches to unseat her all this is the backdrop for president trump's visit to the uk this week he largely intends to stay out of london to avoid protests delta.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Newborn doc dot com uber dot it's about time wbz news time five thirty five the death of a man inside a home in new hampshire has been ruled suspicious police say they responded to a nine one one call to the hoban buck street inside they found the body of forty nine year old david smith an autopsy scheduled for monday while police while suspicious police in nashua said they do not believe there is any threat to the public divers rescue four of the twelve boys who were trapped in a flooded underground cave and thailand the effort to rescue the remaining eight boys all members of a soccer team and their coach will resume in the morning the four boys rescued a now being checked out at a hospital abc's matt gut is at the scene he spoke with one of the divers involved in the rescue one dive described it to me as like climbing mount everest it is so physically exerting and today we spend an hour in a cave that was similar to it minus the water and you know within five minutes i was huffing and puffing so they're going through air at a tremendous pace five thai divers and thirteen foreign divers taking part of the rescue they say that two divers would accompany each boy as they are gradually extracted from the cave speaking of flooding storm battered residents in puerto rico were preparing for heavy rains and high winds the first torquemada the atlantic season is barrel the storm pushing it to the eastern caribbean threatening islands still struggling to recover from last year's devastating storms wbz news time five thirty seven up next it's a weekend edition of bloomberg business companies helping you get there on a.

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Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

"A multimillion dollar settlement for victims of former gymnastics doctor larry nassar michigan state university agreed to pay the three hundred thirty two women half a billion dollars attorney say four hundred twenty five million will go to the female students nassar was accused of molesting while he was a doctor at msu the other seventy five million will be held aside for any future women that come forward lawyers say the settlement does not include claims against usa gymnastics and several other parties nassar pled guilty to assaulting the women and is currently serving a sixty year sentence for child pornography charges corbin carson kfi news hawaii's big island is under a red alert because of a twelve thousand foot plume volcano ash the red alert issued yesterday means a major eruption is considered imminent and could have effects on air traffic abc's matt gut says now people have asked to worry about not just the sulfur dioxide that was already spewing from the ground the biggest casualty here has been hawaii tours in which largely relies on the volcano national park but its closure and people's fear has caused tourism bookings drop here by fifty percent in the past couple of weeks at least twenty fishers of opened up destroying several dozen homes leaders of the senate intelligence committee of back to report from the intelligence community this has russia interfered with the two thousand sixteen presidential election to help trump become president and hurt hillary clinton the top republican on the committee says they see no reason to dispute the conclusions the top democrat on the panel says the report's conclusions were accurate and on point the report also found no evidence the trump campaign colluded coordinated or conspired with russia traffic from the what onto traffic center we have a crash on the one on one in studio city this is on the southbound side before the one thirty four blocking the second lane from the left pushing the drive back all the way from lost hills mike o'brien is taken a look at the drive in diamond bar the kfi in the sky brought to you by injury attorney marian parman not exactly a jam in diamond bar.

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Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Michigan State University, Attorney and Matt Gut discussed on John and Ken

"A multimillion dollar settlement for victims of former gymnastics doctor larry nassar michigan state university agreed to pay the three hundred thirty two women half a billion dollars attorney say four hundred twenty five million will go to the female students nassar was accused of molesting while he was a doctor at msu the other seventy five million will be held aside for any future women that come forward lawyers say the settlement does not include claims against usa gymnastics and several other parties nassar pled guilty to assaulting the women and is currently serving a sixty year sentence for child pornography charges corbin carson kfi news hawaii's big island is under a red alert because of a twelve thousand foot plume volcano ash the red alert issued yesterday means a major eruption is considered imminent and could have effects on air traffic abc's matt gut says now people have asked to worry about not just the sulfur dioxide that was already spewing from the ground the biggest casualty here has been hawaii tours in which largely relies on the volcano national park but its closure and people's fear has caused tourism bookings drop here by fifty percent in the past couple of weeks at least twenty fishers of opened up destroying several dozen homes leaders of the senate intelligence committee of back to report from the intelligence community this has russia interfered with the two thousand sixteen presidential election to help trump become president and hurt hillary clinton the top republican on the committee says they see no reason to dispute the conclusions the top democrat on the panel says the report's conclusions were accurate and on point the report also found no evidence the trump campaign colluded coordinated or conspired with russia traffic from the what onto traffic center we have a crash on the one on one in studio city this is on the southbound side before the one thirty four blocking the second lane from the left pushing the drive back all the way from lost hills mike o'brien is taken a look at the drive in diamond bar the kfi in the sky brought to you by injury attorney marian parman not exactly a jam in diamond bar.

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"matt gut" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Approved a fee for tree removals for development projects council made for one of the debate about adding that fee expose a larger issue we need a urban forestry master plan and it should have been done yesterday or years ago and we were we were trying to find a way to move that forward more quickly the fever replaces an old rule requiring developers to buy saplings for every tree cut down for new construction court says the trees would be placed in city nurseries were they'd wait for years to be planted many of them died before that happen part of hawaii's big island is under a red alert now because of a twelve thousand foot plume of volcanic ash that red alert issued yesterday means a major eruption is considered imminent and could have effects on air traffic abc's matt gut says people now have asked to worry about not just a sulfur dioxide that's already been spewing from the ground the biggest casualty here has been hawaii towards him which largely relies on the volcano national park but its closure and people's fear has caused tourism bookings to drop here by fifty percent in the past couple of weeks at least twenty fishers have opened up destroying several dozen homes traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center now there's a car fire in elision park on the one ten southbound side before we get to kademi road the two left lanes are still shut down at the really heavy coming away from avenue fortythree northbound seventy one ten that's going to bunch up out of south la from just beyond the one in five assists pretty heavy on over to the one to one still got that problem if you're heading into lumber rutta.

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Bodycam video shows police breaching hotel suite of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock

The Download with Justin Kaufmann

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Bodycam video shows police breaching hotel suite of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock

"Says the victim will be okay it's just ridiculous that that this kid is doing what we want him to do he's just simply going home from school and some knuckleheads two blocks away firing shots at each other or whatever the case may be and just a few miles away seventeen year old was shot several times at seventy i in richland around the same time as the other shooting johnson says the seventeen year old is known to police officials in las vegas every least new body cam footage from the moments officers entered the hotel room of stephen paddock on the night he killed fifty eight people and wounded hundreds more at an outdoor concert last year abc's matt gut tells us what the tape shows video shows the swat team clustered in the hallway outside the snipers room though sense of what they'll find when they blow down the door deafening explosion one officer's body camera then revealing the moment he spots stephen paddock's own surveillance camera hidden on the surface might be a camera from the officers ginger entering the hotel suite and with you with you smashed shooter in us history abc's matt guzman reporting from las vegas sheriff's officials says to her knowledge there are no survivors after a cargo plane carrying nine members of the puerto rican air national guard crashed on a highway in georgia the crew was flying the c one thirty into retirement today when it plunged onto a highway on the outskirts of savannah now that the.

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Caravan of migrants reaches US border, await Border Patrol processing

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Caravan of migrants reaches US border, await Border Patrol processing

"Sure kim jong un is watching very carefully what president trump does in iran david tonight martha thank you closer to home tonight and the showdown on the us border that caravan of men women and children from central america arriving at a us border post the question tonight what happens next abc's chief national correspondent matt gut men on the border tonight tonight that standoff but the mexican border intensifying some scaling to the top of this border fence customs and border patrol claiming some migrants have now illegally entered the us they had made the two thousand mile month long trek from southern mexico on buses train and on foot murray martinez said her family of nine has been pursued by the gang ms thirteen may he goes you told me if i stay in my country be killed president trump repeatedly warning the migrants should not be allowed into the us are you watching that mess that's going on right now with the caravan coming up but the migrants here say they won't give up gave it by far the longest part of the journey for any asylum seeker happens with they're actually in the united states and that's the process of being granted or seeking asylum it can take years and in hinges upon something called a credible freddie interview basically these migrants have to prove that they face persecution if they are sent back home and a majority of them are sent home david matt government on the border forest tonight thank you mad and there were also developments in that serial killer investigation in california investigators tonight on why they believe that former police officer allegedly went on a reign of terror joseph di angelo of course behind bars tonight authorities believe he committed twelve murderers more than fifty rapes in tonight right here what might have fueled his rage.

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"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

"In the hospital he was admitted just hours after his wife barbara was laid to rest abc's senior national correspondent matt gut men reports the president falling ill barely a day after his wife barbara's funeral that infection spreading to his blood what's called sepsis can be fatal the elder president bush gamely greeting hundreds of mourners the next day the forty first president we'll down the aisle towards his wife's waiting casket forty third president his son george w bush his other sons describing his parents i'm dying love he held my mom's hand all day long yesterday and i called him and he said i'm kind of a crybaby crybaby right now not feeling very good eight parkinson's type disease has kept the president bound to a wheelchair but that didn't stop him from skydiving on his ninetieth birthday though full of light tally famously throwing out first pitch is at baseball games the elder bush was twice admitted to the hospital for pneumonia last year always cared for by his wife barbara he helped create the saturday morning soundtrack for two generations komo's brian calvert remembers a writer of voice in the songs most of us can instantly recall it's important i realize this guy was much more than a saturday morning staple now it is my great pleasure to introduce one of the jazz greats bob dorough no the voice seems familiar saturday morning cartoons must have been big in your house during the nineteen seventies and eighties but it all started with this magic yes it is during a ted talk in two thousand sixteen bob dorough took a mostly grey haired audience back in time to the moment that changed everything i had this call to have a meeting with the president of a little ad agency he said my little boys can't memorize times tables but they sing along with jimi hendrix rolling stones bob churned out three is a magic number and a host of other tunes that eventually copy ear of executives at abc semi on television and the rest as they say is history bob was the music director the writer and even sang on many of the classics like elementary elementary get your time cartoons were being criticized for being too violent and void of value schoolhouse rock brought education into homes across the country as a tribute to bob dorough i leave you with the my favorites hoping you'll offer your own tribute by singing along.

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Former FBI Director James Comey's New Book Coming Out Next Week

Chad Benson Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Former FBI Director James Comey's New Book Coming Out Next Week

"From abc news i'm todd ant former fbi director james comey has a new book contains some pretty scathing details about his time in the white house and president trump comes out next week is upcoming new book former fbi director james comey lichens president trump to a mafia boss describing a presidential demand at a hastily arranged white house dinner komi claims at that dinner president trump told him i need loyalty i expect loyalty in his book komi rights he thought to himself the demand was like salmon the bulls cosa nostra induction ceremony that dinner was just one week after the inauguration a few months later komi was gone fired by the president abc news chief justice correspondent pierre thomas any possible renewed us military action in syria which president trump tweeted may or may not happen soon well follow the israeli air strike on a syrian air base just days ago abc senior national correspondent matt gut reporting from tel aviv says iran was the real target of that israeli airstrike syria expects to be slapped right now the question is how hard is this bloke and be it's probably going to be more than fifty eight tomahawk missiles we saw last time but is it going to be a causes belly like an active war are they gonna go after assad himself will they hit his palaces and if he gets overly upset then if i gets upset then they might bring in iran white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee said that president trump held a meeting thursday afternoon but that no final decision has been made protests at the state capital and new pressure to reopen bottled water distribution sites in flint michigan community activists oregon collecting.

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"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

"The woman who believes she was being suppressed by youtube and hated the company opening fire at its headquarters tuesday there's abc's matt gut men law enforcement officials say thirty eight year old naseem storm didn't you an employee patio at youtube headquarters in san bruno california shooting three employees before turning the gun on herself whatever another family says the prolific youtube user my name as naseem sa dated the company claiming it was censoring her content and not paying her for the videos posted on the platform i had a youtube channel abn walkout videos because many of them in farsi her brother says her family reported her missing over the weekend and claims they told police about her deep seated resentment towards you she called and again that she might visit isn't she she been audited for san diego one cherry the first call for help came in at twelve forty shakes local time two minutes later first responders arrived i was very chaotic as you can imagine police moving forward finding hundreds of youtube employees their hands raised searching each of them the wounded scribbling out of the youtube complex some of them still bleeding junior youtube ceo issuing a statement on twitter writing there are no words to describe how horrible it was to have an active shooter at youtube today our deepest gratitude to law enforcement and first responders for the rapid response the royal weddings just weeks away and megan markle is preparing with the help of her mom just six weeks to go until the wedding the countdown is on and megan is planning the finishing touches with her nearest and dearest to make it the perfect day megan left london last thursday with a rep break and calendar supply of its los angeles to spend time with her mother doria and it was in los angeles that she arrives equips with sketches from the wedding the wedding dress itself sixty could really give her mom some insights into compound the big day we'll look back in london harry took the.

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"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

"Fifty four jay phillips komo news we have gray skies across western washington on this wednesday morning some of them so leaking a little bit mist and drizzle but most of the precipitation wraps up today highs eventually back into the low fifties thursday we welcome home the mariners there's a chance for a little bit of rain especially north of ever closer to the canadian border we can keep the rain there north of seattle we'll have that roof open at the safe so keep your fingers crossed by easter weekend there's a chance for showers we'll saturday and sunday so that bears watching as well not really going to commit to forecast or another because the models are still really undecided in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell china's attic control space stations about to fall from the sky it's expected to plunge to earth as early as thursday and where it lands is anyone's guess abc senior national correspondent matt gut mun has the story what went up in twenty eleven is about to come down in a blizzard fiery debris the chinese lost contact with the bus is sean gong one space station in early twenty sixteen since then it's been an eight and a half ton time bomb destined to crash back to earth from its decaying orbit about eighty miles up much of it will burn up but up to seven thousand pounds at space junk could still make it through and hit earth scientists say along long stretches over the us from california to new jersey body williams has the distinction of being the only person ever hit by space junk but it looks like it's like this big ball of we couldn't see anything you couldn't hear anything that was from a delta rocket in nineteen ninetyseven and she wasn't hurt stay connected stay informed komo news one thousand ninety seven seven and komonews dot com blowback from.

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"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on KOMO

"With a citation for your cell phone use which will cost you a hundred and thirty six dollars at enough you heard about this one but the there is a deadly car crash on a california highway and police are investigating a young woman who was actually live streaming while she was driving and authorities now are asking why why the young driver driver kept live streaming as her sister was dying abc senior national car stand it matt gottmann has more she's been charged with gross vehicule or manslaughter while intoxicated now that carries a sentence of up to ten years in prison but what is certain is that you'll be sentenced to a lifetime of guilt hats matt gut men reporting it's 534 let's get you caught up now on our aaa traffic here's marina it's a rough one on highway ninety nine per sure our our avenue north at north sixtieth because those northbound lanes are blocked due to power lines down on the roadway from a crash so drivers will be detoured it whitman place uh southbound traffic for a while the lanes were stopped but it looks like those lanes of and reopened it is stop and go traffic from wi known out but you will be able to move through the area but it's also pretty backed up from everybody slowing down to take a look at what's going on northbound now you do of some alternatives if he if you can take i5 which is a good choice right nominate is getting slow but it is a decent choice you can do that for sure vezza it's backed up all the way to queen anne we're looking at slowdowns up both bridges westbound into seattle eastbound i 90 some slowdowns out of the mount baker talent and one more time as you approach 405 southbound 405 solid between five twenty and newcastle there was a crash northbound 405 nearer a northeast seventieth but it looks like that one cleared out of the way you we'll will see a backup though as you make your approach to totem lake you're gonna find brake lights northbound i5 through everett in fact that slowdowns beginning south everett area your next look at traffic at 544 marina rockinger komo news marina thanks so much take a look at your.

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"matt gut" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"matt gut" Discussed on WINS 1010

"One on ten wins news time twelve forty two will o j simpson get his game get out of jail card we should find out today let's go live to the 10 ten wins news room for our juliet poppa and susan in just twenty minutes from now in nevada parole board begins down hearing to determine whether oj simpson can be released from prison later this year he was convicted in two thousand eight for an armed hotel holds up he tried to force thirdly a get is memorabilia back and things went horribly wrong he served the minimum nine years and so he gets his shot before the fourmember board today in that hearing room along with simpson will be his attorney his sister his daughter arnelle and the victim in that crime bruce fro among now he was held the gun point he accused simpson of essentially kidnapping him in holding him hostage but now he says that simpson has served enough time in prison and should be granted parole that's correspondent matt gut men so many with opinions on oj is possible release christopher darden prosecuted simpson for the murders of his wife and roy ron goldman and feeling still run high ducklings model proven their dozen moons model citizen affected as a model prisoner doesn't move to this puzzle wrist a risk to the baldwin so many issues go into a release risk assessment report simpson's behavior in prison and whether he is remorseful you'll get see heroj himself as he answered questions during this hearing and we will be carrying that live right here on ten ten wins.

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