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Miami International Airport Boasting US' First COVID-Detecting Dogs
"A dog looking for covert is it even possible. Evidently it is and now you can find them at miami international airport for dogs trained to detect kobe. Nineteen as part of a pilot program. This is cobra one of the dogs trained to detect the virus. Watch how she sits. After she smells the inside of a mask that has deactivated virus in it. Then watch how. She just keeps walking when she smells the mask of someone who's not infected. The dogs are ninety. Seven percent accurate. I mean it's the same as the pc test. It means it's a great. It's a great thing miami. International airport is the first in the nation to have the dogs. I think in this particular airport. Now we're doing it with the employees but people will see the dogs and know that that's another weapon that we're using to fight this
Coronavirus-Sniffing Dogs Unleashed at Miami Airport to Detect Virus in Employees
"A dog looking for covert is it even possible. Evidently it is and now you can find them at miami international airport for dogs trained to detect kobe. Nineteen as part of a pilot program. This is cobra one of the dogs trained to detect the virus. Watch how she sits. After she smells the inside of a mask that has deactivated virus in it. Then watch how. She just keeps walking when she smells the mask of someone who's not infected. The dogs are ninety. Seven percent accurate. I mean it's the same as the pc test. It means it's a great. It's a great thing miami. International airport is the first in the nation to have the dogs. I think in this particular airport. Now we're doing it with the employees but people will see the dogs and know that that's another weapon that we're using to fight this pandemic
Miami International Boat Show Returns To Miami Beach
"The Miami International boat show rubbing up in Miami Beach next year. This marks the first time in six years the show will be held at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Pride Park, instead of Virginia. Key spokeswoman Kelly Patton says the show is being held simultaneously with the Miami yacht Show and Super yacht. Making it the largest boat show in the world. She says it will pack a huge economic punch, bringing some $1.3 billion into the sunshine State support over 9000 full time job and generates about 100,000 hotel bookings here in the South Florida areas. All events will be held over President's Day weekend next
"miami international" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Top of sight at Miami International has been very busy. Other parts of the world are starting. The vaccine supply here in United States are splashing is been maximized. So we have plenty of it and no need for flyers to worry about that second appointment, Emma is offering Short of the 10 needed to move ahead. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer shortly after the vote, shame on the Republican Party. Trying to sweep the horrors of that day under the rug because they're afraid of Donald Trump, adding Senate Republicans chose to defend the big lie. Because they believe anything that might upset Donald Trump could hurt them politically, That's a B C's faith of booby, authorities in San Jose said the man who killed nine people at a rail yard Wednesday, said his home on fire at the time by putting ammunition on the stove. There were 25,000 rounds in his home. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Excessive heat watches coming to the Sacramento Valley just in time for the holiday weekend. The National Weather Service is projecting upper nineties and low one hundreds on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday are expected to be even harder with triple digits ranging from one of 5 to 108 degrees in some areas. Memorial Day is getting here soon..
"miami international" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Anna. What's old will be new again in the fight against Cove in 19. Some testing in vaccination sites will be reopening under Miami Dade County Control. We're taking over, just say. Near the airport park and we're taking over the vaccination site of Miami Dade County College. North Mayor Daniella Living, Cava says they're also looking at another testing site in the North Dade area. She cut the ribbon on a testing clinic at Miami International Airport, Open daily from five a.m. to 10 P.m. catering predominantly to visitors in Broward. The vaccination side of Hollywood's DY park will close permanently but eight county run Health Department locations remain. Eric Rodriguez. Miami, Florida Department of Health officials reporting another day with covert 19 case counts under 3000 health officials reporting on Friday. 2300 new infections to go along with 94 recent resident deaths the Polk County Sheriff's office cracking down on aggressive drivers on I four and using unmarked vehicles to do it whenever these vehicles passes. Then we can just fall in behind them. Clock them with our vehicle. Arrest them at Sheriff Grady Judd, who says a new study shows that I four is one of the most dangerous highways in the country. And former President Trump says he's planning to hold rallies in battleground states this summer, reportedly eyeing Florida, Ohio in North Carolina and stops the host campaign style rallies. No specific dates just yet. Trump says he is considering a run for the White House. In 2024. With Florida's news. I'm will all top working together. Riley Scylla. Sarah Fox News After all day meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae in President Biden says they both are deeply concerned about North.
"miami international" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Cross a news radio 6 10 Wi OD. Makes the sun and clouds expected. The rest of today could see a shower as well. Right now it's 83 in Miami Shores 85 in Delray Beach at 10 31. Or former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Boyd's civil rights. Floyd is the unarmed black man who died in the police custody last year after video showed former officer Derrick Show Vin with his knee on Floyd's neck for several minutes show and found guilty last month of killing Floyd. Those four officers. No timeline yet for when a trial might begin disappointing jobs report for April, the Labor Department reporting on Lee 266,000 new jobs created last month, the unemployment rate ticking up to 6.1%. Jobs number a little more than a quarter of what analysts had forecast, experts predicted close to a million new jobs last month and the unemployment rate to fall to 5.8%. Managers and Norwegian Cruise line could move their ships out of Florida if they're bound by a state law not to use vaccine passports. Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Frank Del Rio says If the company can ask passengers in Florida to prove vaccine status, they'll go elsewhere. Everyone wants to operate out of Florida. It Zaveri. Lucrative market close DR Market But it isn't is it is an issue don't ignored. Del Rio says The dispute could wind up in the courts. The Fort Lauderdale air shows soaring above South Florida tomorrow in Sunday, it doesn't acts going to take to the skies. Just north of Sunrise Boulevard in a one A, including the F 16 Viper Demo team, The Para commandos in the headliners the Navy Blue Angels celebrating their 75th anniversary in their new, larger and more powerful Super Hornets shows. Chris Toronto says safety remains a priority. We still have A safe and separate initiatives in place for the show on Get the Koven 19 Initiatives. Air Still Still their performance is expected, but to have him between 11 33 parking is limited. Police recommend coming early. We're taking a ride share. U S customs and border protection specialist putting the pedal to the metal of Miami International Airport. This mother's day, some 90% of all flowers imported from South America passed through Miami International before being distributed across the country. So customs specialists have been working nonstop. Inspecting nearly a billion cut flower stems mainly from Colombia and Ecuador. Guys make sure the introduction off any exotic pass that can be harmful for the agriculture stay out of the United States. A bell Serrano, branch chief for agriculture, air cargo At Miami International says diseases and pests.
"miami international" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And much more first, you gotta check from the S three. A insurance traffic center. Good morning. We have a crash on the ramp from Hollywood Boulevard to the Turnpike South bound. It's blocking part of that ramp. Use caution through there. Heavy rain contributing to the brake lights North bound I 95 between Fort Lauderdale in Pompano Beach. Remember to pay attention to the roadway. If you're texting, you're not driving the turnpike South bound also very heavy through Golden Glades. Your next update in 10 minutes on NewsRadio, 6 10. Wi OD Showers and thunderstorms continue impounding a South Florida this morning from the keys, the palm beaches and now even portions of Fort Lauderdale. Getting poured on the rain is starting to trickle into portions of Miami Dade County as well. Homestead downtown Miami getting some rain, little trickle of showering your highly a word 69 degrees at 701. And with all this weather and storms on the move, If you do have travel plans this morning out of Miami International Airport ahead South, there have been several almost 100, weather related delays and almost 150 flight cancelations. Airport officials suggesting that you check with your airline before you head out to the airport. Starting today. Hard rock stadiums, expanding covert vaccinations. The operating hours will be expanded from eight in the morning until 10 o'clock at night, seven days a week. This is a big announcement that will make the visor vaccine available, too. More people who want to get it. That's FEMA spokesman Mike Jackals who says they have 3001st Oh Spicer vaccines and 2002nd doses available, Jackal says. This is the first FEMA supported site.
"miami international" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On the back porch. That's how deep it is up here. Shoot some video clips little on the blogged that there you go, Bridge GM Jeanette Crawl believes in the team shortstop, he said yesterday after missing out on signing some free agents like D D Gregorius and also Marcus, semi and among others. Let's see. They've the Reds have signed left handed pitcher left handed reliever a Sean Doolittle. He says he's open to pitching any role. It's in the bullpen for 2021. The equipment truck is ahead of the Arizona I'm sure the better weather and let's see, though the pitchers and catchers report a week from tomorrow position I was on February 17 position players February 21st. MLB in the union say seven inning doubleheaders again. Runners start for second base in extra innings no universal DHS they have already agreed upon. Let's see Thursday. Thursday's game between two Poland Xavier postponed due to covert considerations. Last night, It was number four. Ohio State beating Maryland 73 65 tonight. Arkansas, Kentucky at seven on ESPN. 15 30 VCU takes on your date and flyers Mikey. NHL Columbus got by Carolina 3 to 2 and snowbound in Middletown. I'll be number one on that list for not driving in the snow, and I'll be darn proud of it. That a boy, haven't you? Well, w This is the aviation report with Jay Radcliff brought to you by the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport on 700 wlw Vijay. We have plan B. Consider to extend the bailout the airlines all the way through September, and that could be to the tune of 14 billion. And that would be for those keeping score at home. The third such a bailout for airlines they received, of course, 25 billion Last March. Recently, another 15 billion that's scheduled to run out on the 15th or she'd made 31st of March and this would be the next 1 14 billion. Taxpayer money, most of which does not have to be repaid. That would keep the airline's going if you will, through September and I say going, Mike, the Big Four airlines are sitting on about $32 billion in cash, so it's not like any of them are in the process of Prepared to go the business or anything. Most of this is for payroll support, keeping people on the payroll that airlines at this point really don't need but That doesn't mean the money is going to stop. We could be looking at 14 billion as far as the next round of stimulus money. Well, all right, then dealt, announces they will continue blocking the middle seat through April. Exactly. And while the load factors 75% often so, so they're not giving up a great deal of revenue on some of their flights for right now, the only carrier that's suggesting they're going to continue to do so. They extended it by a month. They went from the end of Arch now through the end of April and again convenient when you don't have the numbers right now that you won't be leaving a lot of people at the gate, But Michael have the latest on this and more on my aviation blood sponsored is always by the Greater Cincinnati. The Kentucky International Airport now offering fares to Denver around her pretty $64. You can find that and more that C b g airports dunk off, All right, how we looking CVG and elsewhere. Cincinnati obviously have some slow down there, but we're doing okay. We also have some issues. And so Lake City, Atlanta and Charlotte Pugh delays this morning in Chicago. By this evening, Philadelphia and New York could get on the mixed with person delays approaching an hour. All right. Well, thank you, Sarah get the latest news, traffic and weather in about a minute. 700 wlw. Hi, I'm Dr John Barbaro, chief medical officer for Bergen Newbridge Medical Center in Paramus, New Jersey..
Officials at Miami International Airport announce initiative against human trafficking
"National human Trafficking Awareness, Daito announced. Miami International Airport has become the first airport in the state to join the Homeland Security's Blue Lightning initiative. All new hires will be required to complete the training, which is being offered to all employees and the airlines. It's very subtle, the sides of human trafficking and if you don't have the proper training or awareness, you may not notice it. You may not see it what is looks like just two people sitting down at a restaurant here at the airport. Now that you have some training may look on Homeland Security investigation Special Agent in charge Anthony Salsbury, Florida driver's finding
American Airlines to fly first Boeing 737 Max plane from Miami in nearly 2 years
"At Miami International Airport are boarding a 7 37 Max, take off. Four take off. It's an American Airlines jet that will go from M I a toe LaGuardia after two deadly crashes involving its state of the art plane across there's a Boeing 737. Max ate the same. Boeing reworked the Max and now is his CEO Dave Calhoun. I think we come out of here leaner, faster, smarter, better, most importantly, safe. But among families of the 346 people who died in the two crashes. Don't trust it. Elena Lopez Lewis and six other family members have written to the FAA asking that the max be Grounded again while acknowledging that I don't think that fake really cares about what we have to say, either Jim early in ABC News The
Passengers Left More Than $900K Behind At TSA Security Checkpoints, Including New York City, Miami, Dallas Airports
"This has happened to us all leaving money at airport security and then trying to figure out where, when? Well, seems that's happened A lot of times. Travellers left behind $926,000 an unclaimed to money. Say airport security checkpoints during fiscal year 2019 that included nearly $20,000 in foreign currency. The top three airports where passengers left the most money, where John F. Kennedy in New York City at $98,000, San Francisco International $53,000 and Miami International at $48,000 Jim Krystle, a CBS New and, by the way, Della's collecting nearly 43,000 B W II 13,000 Reagan
Four international airlines return to Miami International Airport
"Aviation analyst, joining us now, Eh? So what? What is the lay of the land out there right now? So that Miami international, Actually he's getting back for international flights. It looks like we are starting to see a little more activity. We are, in fact, the PSA for the second weekend row, Brian reported that we had a day have traveled that more than 800,000 passengers were screened. I think last Monday. We had 862,000 change that were screen and obviously that's a huge increase over the mid April numbers where we had less than 90,000 people a day flying But we're still even at 862,000 good way away from the 2.5 to 3 million people that would normally be flying at this time during a typical normal summer travel season, so Now The good news is, we're we're headed in the right direction. And I think the airlines are trying to find a way and I think they're successfully doing so having passengers feel more comfortable about flying a little bit. By some of the reports that we're saying that come out, saying that it's becoming increasingly more difficult to catch the coronavirus on board an airplane and also with airlines. Absolutely being You know, adamant about their mass policy, and, you know, we've had several situations involving the mass policies that have happened with passengers around the country this week, and it just goes to show that the airlines are not budging at all on that. You know, J related. Something dawned on me recently and that is it. I'm guessing with the protocols that are in place. We don't have a bunch of problems with people that are arriving. To the airport that have cove in 19, or else we would be hearing about it, wouldn't we? Absolutely Now The thing that were a little bit at a disadvantage on is that the airlines don't keep the personal contact information for every passenger so that if we did have a situation on a flight with an airport We would easily be able to contact everyone that that individual came into contact with or was around the center of the disease Control has been, I think for the last two years trying to get airlines to start putting at least basic contact information. Into each passenger name record, and even earlier this spring, again urging the airlines now especially to do so. And the airline said no, they would not, it would cost Too much money for them to do so. And obviously, once we hit the corona virus crisis, having that kind of information would have allowed us perhaps to contain some things a little bit more successfully than we did. Were speaking to J Rally of his website is Jay Ratliff dot com. That's Jay Ratliff dot com. J. Howard fares doing at this point are we seen along with a bit of an increase in traffic and increase in pairs, as well. Actually, we're seeing some fair start to drop. I'm writing emails from people around the country that are looking at fairs from now until 11 months from now, and some are saying, You know, I was looking at this for three weeks ago or two months ago, and it was this rate and now it's here. You think it's a good a good deal, and it was, But by the time that they think about it, it's gone. So the idea is you keep an eye on those city pairs. If you've got a couple of cities that you're looking after your flying between later this fall early next year, and you check in the prices to 75 to 75 No wonder you look at it. It's to 25 jump all over it because of the airlines air rolling that out. They need cash, desperately brain. We've talked about that losing tens of millions of dollars a day. And if some of the advance bookings aren't what they think they should be. Will adjust the fairs and for the savvy traveler, the check and you need to do so is early in the days. You can. That's normally when the new fares were loaded. You might come across. Ah, rather good deal that you can take advantage of. In this, actually, you know, it kind of leads me to wonder. Are they operating at a loss? Just counting on getting to bail out at this point. Um, they're at this point. I'm hoping the cargo can pull him over the top because back in the month of September, many airlines air going more cargo, all passenger cargo passengers. Cargo flights versus passenger flight. So I mean the ideas that United American are still packing as many people on to the airplanes as they can, and they recognize coming into September, which is one of the slowest travel months of the year. We're gonna have a difficult time. So what? We're seeing Brian his adjustments to their future scheduled so that they can lose less money. If certain markets aren't really responding there. They're suspending those flights temporarily until the demand for that. Picks back up airlines right now. Very fluid situation. They're doing everything they can as quickly as they can. To try to predict what may be happening and then adjust their future flight schedule accordingly.
17-Year-Old Girl Wanted in Armed Carjacking Caught Trying to Board Plane at Miami Airport
"Just minutes before the 17 year old girl was about to board a flight at Miami International. She's seen on video robbing a man at gunpoint as he sat in a parked car near Fort Lauderdale. Hollywood International Airport surveillance video from a Daytona Beach restaurant shows a woman using credit cards belonging to the victims. Robbery detectives determined the 17 year old woman seen in that surveillance video. She was attempting to fly out of town under someone else's name. Police say she confessed to the crimes when she was taken into custody. 22 early voting
Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport
"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.
Miami officer seen hitting woman in face relieved of duty
"Ramirez, responding last night on Twitter to a video that shows a uniformed officer hitting a woman at Miami International Airport in the video, the woman was yelling at the officer who hits her in the face and then claims she headbutted him first. Ramirez has ordered an investigation. That officer is now on leave
Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport
"Has the director of police in Miami Dade County. Shocked and angered pretty pretty Ramirez, Ramirez, responding responding last last night night on on Twitter Twitter to to a a video video that that shows shows a a uniformed uniformed officer officer hitting hitting a a woman woman at at Miami Miami International International Airport Airport in in the the video, video, the the woman woman was was yelling yelling at at the officer who hits her in the face and then claims she headbutted him first. Ramirez has ordered an investigation. That officer is now on leave on Wall
Miami officer seen hitting woman in face relieved of duty
"Ramirez, responding last night to a video that shows a uniformed police officer striking a woman at Miami International Airport. In the video. The woman yells at the officer who then hits her in the face and claims she head butted him First. Ramirez has ordered an investigation. The officer relieved of duty
Miami - Groups Of Healthy Passengers Allowed Off Coral Princess
"Oh one bosses keep putting up with coral princess support Miami V. healthy passengers are boarding them bound for Miami International Airport will they'll take charter flights home it's believed all those you can leave the ship will do so by tomorrow six passengers have tested positive for covert nineteen dozens others suffering symptoms three passengers have died others have been
Miami mayor asks Trump to ban flights from coronavirus hot spots
"For Miami's mayor is calling on the president to help keep more corona virus patients out of the magic city mayor Francis Suarez said in a letter to president trump asking the president to stop flights from covert nineteen hot spots from landing at Miami International Airport source once these flights suspended from both domestic and international cities but didn't offer specifics he writes it's a step needed because we're at war with the silent and deadly and merciless
Miami mayor asks Trump to ban flights from coronavirus hot spots
"Three Miami's mayor is calling on the president to help keep more corona virus patients out of his city mayor Francis were sent a letter to president trump and in it he asks trump to stop flights from Quebec nineteen hot spots from landing at Miami International Airport source once flights suspended from both domestic and international cities but didn't offer specifics he writes this step is needed because we're at war with the silent deadly and merciless
Man arrested for acting as Russian spy in Miami
"Meanwhile the feds have arrested a man accused of acting as a Russian spy in South Florida prosecutors charged a man identified as a Russian spy Hector Alejandro Cabrera Fuentes was charged with conspiracy to act within the United States as an agent of foreign power the FBI says Fuentes fluid to Miami International Airport working for the Russian government they say he then snuck into a condo complex in Miami county where US government confidential source lives according to the criminal complaint the Russian official task when days with locating the confidential human source CHS his vehicle in the parking garage of the CHS his residence ambassador say when Fuentes his wife was flying out of Miami international she was stopped by federal agents and they found pictures of the U. S. sources license plate on her
Miami International Airport to conduct emergency preparedness drill
"And it may look real but Miami International Airport officials want you to know it's only a drill this morning they Miami Dade fire rescue and federal emergency response agencies are conducting a full scale airport emergency exercise on the airfield the Federal Aviation Administration mandates these test every three years to evaluate the airport's emergency plan and its ability to respond to
Two Miami airport employees in critical condition following burglary
"Airport employees have been badly hurt after an alleged burglary in homestead officers say the workers from Miami International Airport were shot after confronting the man burglarizing vehicles and their tow yard the armed robbers and supposedly stole the workers valuables before fleeing the victims are in critical condition as the investigation continues
"miami international" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Up its forty nine in Weston and fifty right now over by Miami International Airport it's now eight a one and it's the agony of defeat for fans of the San Francisco forty Niners who came up short in Super Bowl fifty four halfway through the fourth quarter it looks like the forty Niners were gearing up for a whim but chiefs fans know about their team and comebacks we never lost NDP quarterback Patrick Mahoney says those fans are real motivation but she says are amazing and I'm glad that we're able to get this trophy bring it home to Kansas city and get to enjoy this with some homes already recorded that famous commercial and today he's going to Disney world Rory o'neill newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. and secure a wagging her tongue during this year's Superbowl halftime shows inspired countless memes on social media she even epic performance with other artists on stage however with her tongue wagging that stood out some fans taking to Twitter to educate folks on the meaning behind the tongue move Shakira who is Colombian **** of Lebanese descent appear to be performing a traditional Arab vocal expression which is used to convey excitement and celebration and a lot of people are talking about died and all things having to do with Super Bowl fifty four but the office a whole other story that might be a little bit empty it's believed a record setting seventeen and a half million U. S. employees will have come down with Super Bowl fever choosing not to show up to work today it's the highest number since the work force institute at Kronos began tracking the phenomenon back in two thousand five the majority of the workers more than eleven million of them have their bosses blessing using pre approved time off but nearly five million will be calling in sick Eric Rodriguez these radios extend W. I. U. D. and if you're heading to the airport you might want to get there a little bit earlier fans of the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco forty Niners are heading home after last night's Super Bowl at the hard rock stadium airport officials expect today will be one of the busiest travel days of the week so get to the TSA checkpoint at least two hours before your departure and add a little extra time if you're checking in a bag eight oh three Tampa has a tough act to follow the city will play host next year to Super Bowl fifty five after Miami hosted Super Bowl fifty four which was played last night reviews for this year's host city mostly positive no major incidents have been reported all week leading up to the game at a ceremony this morning at the mine me host committee will hand things over to that Tampa host committee Super Bowl fifty five is set for February seventh twenty twenty one at Raymond James stadium it'll be the fifth time Tampa's hosted a Super Bowl and the first time Super Bowl forty three in two thousand nine when Pittsburgh beat Arizona it's coming up now on eight oh four in today marks the first real test for the democratic presidential wannabes has the Iowa caucuses get underway forty one democratic delegates are up for grabs and the latest polls show Bernie Sanders is the man to be followed by Joe Biden the judge and Elizabeth Warren university Sean foreman says the winner will get a nice bump from this but it's just the beginning we don't want to read too too much into what happens in Iowa it's only the first contest we're gonna have a string of other states coming after work with different dynamics in them he says Michael Bloomberg is still in it to win it but he's not spending a lot of time nor money in Iowa choosing instead to focus on larger swing states like Florida and president trump has plenty to say about the impeachment effort against him but it was a very unfair and mostly it was unfair to my family having my family suffered because of all of this and many other family suffered also it was a very very it's a very serious thing that should never happen to another president trump made those comments in a pre Super Bowl interview on fox with the impeachment trial wrapping up this week likely with an acquittal trump said it will be difficult to work with Democrats going forward he'd like to work with the Democrats but he said they don't care about fairness meantime trump counted his accomplishments in his three years in office including tax cuts increased military spending and a booming economy trump said he'll highlight those achievements during this week's state of the union address which you'll hear live right here on WYO dean W. I. ready dot com with mark the field reporting there US military launching an air strike in Somalia killed one terrorist a member of the group al Shabab U. S. army Major General William Keeler said the killing even one terrorist makes the region and the U. S. safer no civilians were reported injured yell cut a branch in Yemen meanwhile claiming responsibility for last year's deadly shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola site intelligence group which monitors jihadist websites reporting the claim Sunday saying the video indicates the shooter a Saudi aviation student and al Qaeda were in communication the shooter was a lieutenant in the Saudi airforce in training at the base he opened fire inside a classroom killing three people before being shot dead by a sheriff's deputy outside is Yemen branch long has been considered the global networks most dangerous branch and has attempted to carry out attacks on the US mainland that's foxes and character reporting it was six the latest movie in the bad boys series is having a good run remaining at the top of the box office and its third week bad boys for life comes in at number one earning seventeen point seven million box second place goes to World War one drama nineteen seventeen do little finishes in third place and rounding out this week's top five arc right Aline Hansel and the gentleman from morning.
"miami international" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of the world's most powerful crime operation begins at the Miami International Airport leaning towers of Miami beach set against the dazzling blue of the sea flora scenic sign post for seekers of the most exciting days in my life to the CEO of the responsibility and you don't have to look junior joins a distinguished list of great right place in the hall of fame the old the loads of they saw the new central operation so they were they felt they could be safe they chose the Miami area total three hundred ninety six three hundred ninety six out of three hundred ninety seven one side a Miami police headquarters and I'd like to ask or say one writer who didn't vote for you the different I focus on the ones I mean it takes takes a lot of people to all agree to get you to this point it is astonishing with what cutting the criminal hide it in ten thus far is my time there's two players as you get a hundred percent of the world's and and you know no I don't I don't think about that you know this justice to complete honor to be and all broadcast on nationwide the only the person who are arguably one of the motor has a choice of making the public or not the agreed upon guidelines established by the membership if you have any information concerning these clues notify your local police I don't know my reaction was asked him to look at it but deep down inside it was it was a completely overwhelming feeling dad.
"miami international" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Why the forty five in Deerfield beach forty four now in Pembroke pines and forty five near Miami International Airport it is now ten oh one wrangling over in the Senate impeachment trial of president trump lasted into the early morning hours every amendment put forth by the Democrats was voted down but the issue of witnesses could be brought up after the opening statements president trump telling reporters in Switzerland he would have no problem testifying would that be great I don't know I sort of love so great the front row and center there correct spaces A. B. C.'s actors get the capital with more what happened today both sides can present pre trial motions including perhaps a motion to dismiss from president trump's legal team we've heard from Republicans that they are not at this stage anyway prepared to vote for dismissal even though many of them appear poised to acquit the president of abuse of power and obstruction charges following pre trial motions senators weary from nearly thirteen hours of rules debate return to the chamber for forty eight hours of opening arguments laid out over six days with continuing coverage the impeachment of president trump I'm sherry prestin ABC news meanwhile with all eyes on Washington the presidential impeachment trial set to resume at one o'clock the parties now looking to the future the Republican National Committee kicks off its winter meeting this afternoon at trump national Doral in Miami Florida's GOP National Committee men Peter fame and doesn't expect to hear anything about what he calls the impeachment charade we are all about planning for the convention and planning to get as many new voters registered he says unlike in twenty sixteen when the party was divided everybody has one gold one goal in mind and that's the real act this great president president trump is set to speak at the event tomorrow aircraft guess news radio six ten WYO deal wild violent scene caught on camera in Hialeah you can watch the video W. I. O. D..
"miami international" Discussed on WTVN
"WTVN thank you very much for listening today and a man in the studio with me thank you Bob Randolph producing the show did you see footage of this woman walking through the airport stripping her clothes off didn't see the footage is still a saw a still photograph of it moments ago due to actually witness just see it I actually saw the video it was pixelated so I you know the woman is actually from what I could tell you know like an average looking woman nothing really stands out about her I mean she looked fit she's just if you she's casually removing her clothes and she's walking through Miami International Airport and when I say casually she didn't break stride she's walking you I think it picks up about where she's got on a broad panties and she's continuing to walk then the camera then is kind of a a back angle of her kind of walking away she reaches her hand back behind us Napster brawl it just takes it all doesn't even break stride just continues walking and then she just pulls are just pull some office she's walking steps out of them interest continues to walk it's easy to get bogged down in an airport so I I can understand you know she was in a hurry you want to keep stride you wanna keep your moment forward momentum you can't miss our flight legs moving ahead running back just drive fall forward get more yards moments later the here's the interesting part she's on top of a police car near the exit she jumps off of that into traffic she runs over to a waiting police officer who takes her into custody at that point and then they're saying she was in coherent and delusional at that point when they're speaking to dilute you think I mean I don't know that anybody of sound mind would just be walking through an airport stripping off their clothes when you started talking about that you sadly you go either she's whacked out on drugs and I'm watching it right now yeah and or or she's having some sort of mental break which is also set I thought it was also interesting that they were saying nobody all the people who saw nobody stepped in to help let me ask you this question let me pose this question to you if you were in now Miami International Airport in your walking and you see a woman coming at you who is either naked or is stripping off her clothes the last thing you're probably going to do is run up and say do you need help you're probably going to be standing there stunned because you're not expecting something like I'd be looking around to see if I get in film there's there's there's like punk or something along those lines I think I would probably look you know does she have something in our hands does she have a gun or a knife it and if she didn't then maybe go Hey are you okay can I help you but I would I do that from about thirty feet away so you would be running up trying to put your coat around or or no yeah hello she said can you help me or or yeah and but she's been evaluated now and once again do not Google is on your work computer just a.
"miami international" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Do you see your cumulus stations. devastating Dorian sabotage I'm Martin. hurricane Dorian turning forty eastern Canada after dumping heavy rains on North Carolina flooding homes in the Outer Banks hard hit areas of the Bahamas are starting to get assistance correspondent Patrick up man families of come from other parts of the home is to look for their family members and places like high rock the call themselves to see if they can find their own family members and we talked to several them and most of them have been unable find anybody in in usually don't even recognize the neighborhoods because it can be been completely changed by the storm Florida senator Marco Rubio says the US aid agency for more request of the defense department provide heavy lift aerial support to bring aid to the Abaco islands devastated by during a mechanic for American Airlines appeared in court Friday on charges of sabotaging a commercial airliner at Miami International Airport shortly before was set to take off correspondent Renee marsh says this incident puts the focus on a major concern this really does highlight a larger issue this issue of the insider threat that U. S. aviation or aviation as a whole actually is extremely vulnerable it is a trust investigation has been launched into Facebook the attorneys general of eight states and the district of Columbia announced a multi pronged probe into Facebook the investigation will focus on Facebook's impact on advertising prices data and consumer privacy and the social media giant's previous acquisitions including Instagram and what's out there now so comes days before dozens of states led by Texas are expected to launch a separate anti trust probe targeting Google and its advertising practices I'm in Kate's job growth slowed more than expected in August with one hundred thirty thousand jobs added retail hiring decline for the seventh straight month but there were strong wage gains Wall Street the Dow of sixty nine SNP up two and three quarters nasdaq.
"miami international" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Court on charges of sabotaging an American Airlines plane prosecutors say Abdul Majeed Maruf Akhmed Aloni disable the navigation system on a plane out of Miami International Airport two months ago the pilot aboard the flight when alarms went off and no one got hurt hurricane Dora and largely spared Florida man today governor distintos visits the Bahamas to find out how we can help there the death toll in the hurricane ravaged island has risen to at least thirty Florida's Attorney General warns people wanting to donate to door in relief efforts to background check any charity they consider giving to my heart breaks for the Bahamian and Floridians are already trying to help Attorney General Ashley moody says you can Google search for check a charity to find an app that will help in sports the race host the Toronto Blue Jays tonight at the drop the race collect hurricane relief supplies and say that people who donate will get a free ticket to Sunday's game check raysbaseball dot com for items they'll accept from the weather center Abraham sending you to wake the injury lawyers dot com experience counts Patel's Hillsborough. your ten day forecast news channel eight. Lee cloudy less you would overnight sunny and not as hot tomorrow high ninety one ninety one degrees it is radio WFLA I'm John the question this report is sponsored by compassion international right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future and no hope you can bring home when you become a compassion international sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now I was in the United States Army for twelve years and if we had a stressful time we say Hey let's go smoke a cigarette the further I got away from the military in corporate environments and not.
"miami international" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I will drive my ass over Miami International Airport and hop on a bird and fly to Orlando you hop in your car the very same time we'll see you get to Orlando I now I leave it up to you guys. If you want a central point that we both have to meet at I will be there with a hat on all right. I will be there with plenty of time to spare and and if you're at an Orlando that weekend I'm going to have a D._J.. Set at hot nightclub over there details coming. My flight is at one thirty five now. I'm giving go. I'm giving him one hour giving him one hour to happen his car and drive up to Orlando being that he is from being that is born and raised in Miami. I WANNA bring during Anthony and on this otherwise known as not billy who's filling in this week for Billy Aka Tony Kaye Antonio right yeah. That's all right. I WanNa bring you in what you think is the most efficient way to get from Miami to Orlando a flight or driving. I actually did this trip. This weekend. I went to Disney and <hes> the driving is miserable miserable. I'm with Mike here if I'm going to Orlando I'm getting on a bird. I'll be there in thirty five minutes by the time I played two songs that planes already coming down. I'm already there in terms of total travel time I think I don't think anyone does Mike Have T._S._A.. Pre Check of course my daughter good of course. I didn't know you were peasant or Jerry King and again by King Mike Ryan How's The T._S._A.. Pre check your in and out in what five minutes ten minutes as an but that's what it wouldn't you argue. It's the same amount of travel time when you just isn't there just more carefree when you're on the road. It was certainly more arrests Chris. No no not this one. I've done this one at Tampa. Uh which is a longer drive security on a Friday afternoon at that time reasons your breeze through POW skin through yeah. I've done this where I leave. You've for a weekend getaway from with my brother and sister-in-law they live out in Tampa. Greytown burn steakhouse best can't wait for WRESTLEMAINIA got. Oh I got to start looking ahead for burns reservations. It's life hack do that in advance because I think six months out they started taking reservations. That's going to be a C._N._B._C. type join but it's <hes> I digress. It was life changing when I went up there for weekend getaway in Tampa because my flight took thirty five minutes I landed. I'm like Oh my God. Usually I have four more hours. There's I'm losing. This is four more hours than I can be with my nephew my brother and sister-in-law back to back to billy you went to Disney this weekend. Where did Mark Smith caught man? You know how we do drink the start of Mexico guy of course you gotta get. I I've started in Mexico. I'm not anti starting in Mexico. I think it can go either way. Just what's in Canada concerning Gono. You Forget Canada. That doesn't have a mole set you start right you started about. I mean you just walk through first one on that right side. I like hitting English within the English probably gets pretty rowdy. That's where the undercover people start saying. You and your crew should probably start thinking about again that yes dress like towards. It's happened to me yeah me and Alex Morgan too great Americans. This human resources professional is a rockstar thanks to Cronos and this is hype Song Have H._R.. Payroll talent and time time now we're engaging all the best people Kronos H._R.. Solutions for the modern workforce and the people who support them learn more at Kronos dot com slash H._r.. Swagger Down Lebatardshow. I mean when you think candidate. What do you think of? I think Tim Hortons they don't have starbucks there. Either you know about they get one. Well wait a minute. What just happened there where I.
"miami international" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And we haven't been able to get the manifest yet. So you know, what what was aboard the other flights going to South America? We don't know. This is a very puzzling case of if you look on social media and dig into the background of of employees ease of Twenty-one air in associated companies, you see that there are many accounts of employees who follow the Venezuelan opposition in opposition accounts. It follow them as well. So there's certainly some sympathy from employees within the company to the opposition to mother oh in Venezuela. Talk more about the leadership of the company that you investigated based in North Carolina. And explain what you mean when you talk about the links to rendition under President, George W Bush. Will full. Morning than seventy five percent owner of Twenty-one air, and he's got many other companies, but he's been involved out of Miami. I I don't know. Well, the company is registered North Carolina. The operations really are out of Miami. As far as I can tell that's many of the flights have been operating a huge operation center at Miami International Airport. A curious secondary aspect of this story is that the company that consigned the cargo also has ten gentle links to this historical. The Iran contra affair. The head of the of GPS air is a band, knee, Jose, Manuel Calvo, and he. More no has many companies in one of those companies with the partner that he. Used to create this company. Is a company called heavy lift air in that company has a subsidiary out of the UAE that is controlled by an Iranian American named for Seema who also had a role in Iran-Contra. So there's all these circumstantial things, but there's really no smoking gun that I could tell it it. You know, this may be just circumstantial are you reporting? This new now on Iran, contra what you're saying. And explain for people who aren't familiar with the Iran contra scandal this happening under the Reagan Bush years the selling of weapons to Iran to take that money to support the contras in Nicaragua which violated US law the Boland amendment. Yes. So that is scandal involved southern air transport. Which is also was a a. Cr a front company that really exploded into the news back in one thousand nine hundred eighty six because the Sandinista army shot down a twin engine plane that was run by southern air transport. That was taking all armaments to the contra rebels fighting in Nicaragua. So southern air transport was actually heavily involved in in all the the arms shipments to Iran in from the Middle East to the to the contra rebels. Nick restivo. Well, I I wanna ask you about a Eugene for who you mentioned in your article nineteen eighty six he was aboard a US blame that was shot down in Nicaragua. While on a secret mission to bring arms to the Nicaraguan contras. He was the only passenger survive. I want to turn to a documentary made by Wisconsin public television called the gene has some fos story from one thousand nine hundred ninety one it featured an excerpt from the station's initial coverage of what happened to him in one thousand nine hundred six but Wisconsin man has been the focus of.
"miami international" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"So we'll we'll move on these these are some of the things that David night talk about each week and on the digest, hopefully, hopefully tailored, we'll get his voice back in time for for us to talk about it at the end of this week. But meantime in still sticking with airports. We are in the US still suffering under the partial government shutdown as as we record this. And we have a number of art. Articles looking at the impact on on the airports. Some of the TSA agents are reporting for work in calling in sick. It's not huge numbers. But there was a statistic in the Washington Post that on the Friday before we record this. It said that of the fifty one thousand TSA workers five point six percent didn't show up for work on that on that Friday that compared with three point three percent who took unscheduled absences a year ago. So slight increase, Miami International Airport. I know closed one of its concourses for a period over the weekend and expected to to continue that scene. Some more recent reports that indicate airports are doing the same thing. Because with reduced staff. They are not going to change the. The security process. No matter how many or few TSA agents they have in. So they're they're opening up fewer lines because there's fewer agents, and those lines are getting longer so lots of lots of impacts from this this shutdown, and I was just wondering the the numbers here. Five point six percent didn't show up versus a three point three percent who didn't show up before. There was an article that was widely quoted I think perhaps a week or so ago which reported that quote, hundreds of TSA people had not shown up. Well, guess what? If you run seven five point six percent that turns out to be twenty eight hundred people. And if you look at three point three percent, which is nominally how many people would be out that's sixteen hundred people roughly in the difference between that is almost twelve hundred people. So yeah, I would say there are many hundreds like about twelve hundred people who apparently are. Sicker than usual. We also see an article AT w online that Neta the national air traffic controllers association has sued the US government over this this shutdown filed suit on January eleventh, they claim that union members are being unlawfully deprived of wages because of the partial government shutdown in they're also alleging violations of the fair labor standards act saying that the government is not paying at least the minimum wage to NetCom members who are working without pay. So I don't know where where this will go. This lawsuit names defendants President Trump acting if a administrator Daniel L, well, acting director of the office of personal management director of the office of management and budget and also. So the acting interior department secretary so the unions, not happy for sure I talked about this last week on aviation news talk. There are just so many different aspects to this particular story. Let me just mention a couple others. So for example, air traffic control. We know the controllers are working without pay. But there are three thousand of the support worker. So we've got about ten thousand air traffic controllers. They've got three thousand support workers sport workers are not there. So ATC has two controllers have to do everything that normally would going to be done by their support staff. In addition to the doing their job. There was also concerned that more controllers are going to hand in their retirement papers. Now apparently eighteen percent of all controllers nearly one in five are eligible to retire. In fact, I did read on Facebook note from an ATC supervisor said he was at of silly with fewer than twenty controllers to them told them that they were going to turn in their paper work this week to retire. Now, here's the irony. The people who will handle that paperwork. Yeah. The furloughed they're not round. So this came out of story from rob. Mark our good friend at flying magazine. Some of the other things are socio with this the investigations by the FAA in the NTSB of crashes are being postponed, and they're having to prioritize them. So they're small plane crashes in Florida, South Dakota in two Michigan that killed a total five people that have not been investigated in won't be read a separate story that a sheriff's department. I think in Michigan is having to, you know, work overtime to protect the scene until the federal government can eventually come to investigate the the accident..
"miami international" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"This is america fast a show set in the time when frequent flyer miles still meant something and a big ass carryon bag was a go given right i'm roger bennett i want to take you back a couple of hours before the flight at the miami international airport the twenty play is voting the plane they've been fighting to compete in a huge tournament in uruguay the copa america well the face of the best teams in the world one problem haven't been telling to finish negotiating contracts and advance the flight because let's be real soccer players they lift to play the game not negotiate just a few weeks before the same players that beat in mexico in shutout game now even greatest fan could have predicted they were flying high the nineteen ninetyfour worker the money was pouring into us soccer for the first time and these players they shoot and they get a piece of it and then came that she to pay that's simply stated if you had not played the national team up to ten caps he would not be compensated whatsoever for your inclusion in this competition all right everyone just uses soccer to caps house just the stat that counts how many times national team plays a paid in an international match and that she to pay was an offer from us soccer a plan to compensate players on kind of sliding scale players of a lot of caps they could receive as much as five thousand dollars plays with just a fee they get nothing so what that means is dividing cocker it was let's get the veteran players to comply and screw everybody else and even though the offer would benefit when and the other veterans they knew go against the very thing that made them successful you know it was about it was about being a team and we for the first time felt like we had an identity we felt like we were team that could could do great things and that's that was always our our mindset is nother woke it we deserve better than this it was hey why are you trying to manipulate us why are you trying to fragments why are you pull us apart with the federation thinking so ask yourself what would you do in nineteen ninety five when you.
"miami international" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Finally a boca raton man florida was that miami international airport peeing peeing in public at the airport let me just remind everybody yo when you're at the airport when you get into fights on planes and you're at the airport yo you're not on regular grounds you dummy you can't against a tree at the airport you can't just unfold the loaf and piss in miami international airport if you're not in the bathroom it don't work like that you're going to get you're gonna get more charges than you were for public indecency at a park you're in the airport i don't know if it's federal or what it is but i i don't understand why people think airports planes are the place to try to get crook it's not the place to try to get crook yeah did you hear about the story where do brito sex doll on the plane and he he tried to hit it he hit the sex doll on the plane they had to land the plane money's oh you couldn't wait you got off the plane you could win like if you like if you got all geeked up and you're you're you're that hot you couldn't go in the bathroom and choke the chip if you've got to do that i'm not gonna lie when i was younger i did that i did that in my twenties i did that a couple of not all the time but you know five five hour flight your horny you're young you could do that there's nothing there's no shame in that but when you blown up the sex the plane we're gonna land the plane duke and you might get beaten up on the plane wait wait wait you choke the chicken on the airplane yeah oh my god not in my seat i sit in the privacy of a bathroom shit you bug it you can't you crazy well let's wait i'm saying this is gears ago i've been flying flying for years i'm saying this is going to be an honest being open this guy has been arrested apparently inadvertently or or on purpose while he was peeing in public at the airport.
"miami international" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"You're listening to global news the most important stories and the best entities and on the spot reporting from the bbc world service says the communist podcast a report on zanzibar is mental health crisis mostly prepared for the rise high tech thing look now pacific juggling so this loop but before that president trump has been strongly criticised for allegedly tanning the widow of an american soldier who was killed in asia earlier this month that he must have known what he signed up for a democrat congress has said she was with my should johnson when she received a phone call from the president and head their conversation the soldier's mother was also there and his back to the congress woman's claim with more on this story here's our north american edged john simple the cool for the white house came up with a cost speakerphone as the family waited to receive the coffin of the fallen servicemen at miami international airport in the vehicle was democratic congresswoman frederica wilson the david was a young man from our community who gave his life our country he's a hero i was in the car when president trump 'cause he never said there were he said that the uae well i guess he knew what he was getting into sensitive can you be hard this eggs while the family of the young why she could child according to the will the president left a widow in tears as he didn't even know her husband's name.