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U.S. Added More Jobs Than Expected Last Month, But Still Not Enough
"February's jobs number is much better than expected. Michael Castor reports. The Labor Department says the U. S added 379,000 jobs. While the unemployment rate fell slightly to 6.2% last month number surprised many economists who had been expecting about 200,000 jobs to be added Most of the job gains happened in the leisure and hospitality industry as the pandemic restrictions ease in some parts of the
Pope calls for end to violence on historic Iraq visit
"Event is underway in the Middle East. Pope Francis is now on the ground in Baghdad, making his historic first visit to Iraq, Michael Castor reports. Francis is the first pope to visit the Middle Eastern nation, often called the cradle of civilization is he set off a little known Shiite militia group, The Guardians of blood Brigade declared a unilateral temporary ceasefire stay in effect during the pope's four day visit. He's scheduled to meet with the president of Iraq, as well as Kurdish authorities and the Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. Is the highest authority of Shiite Muslims in Iraq.
'Columbo,' 'Murder, She Wrote' co-creator William Link dies
"Television writer and producer. William Link who created the iconic shows murder, she wrote, and Colombo has died. Here's Michael Castor. One other thing. The Emmy and Golden Globe winner earned his first writing credit in 1959, and over the next 50 years, he wrote her produced more than 70. TV shows and movies. Links Big first success. Columbo star Peter Faulk is a rumpled, apologetic police detective who always conflict killer who always appeared much smarter until Columbo nailed him. William Links other hit series murder, she wrote Start. Angela Lansbury is a senior citizen mystery writer who solved murders. His knees confirmed a variety. That link died Sunday in Los Angeles at age
"michael castor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The first time in the Corona virus pandemic. The U. S. Has had more than 3000 deaths in a single day. Mike Power reports the devastating news had in effect on Los Angeles County's public health director. Yesterday. She broke down at Wednesday's news conference over 1000 people. Over beloved members of their families are not coming back and their deaths are an incalculable loss. The Corona virus pandemic pushed the U. S. Passed another dire milestone Wednesday, the highest daily death toll to date and with over 220,000 new covert cases yesterday, overtaxed intensive care units say they're running out of beds in many parts of the country. The record number of those hospitalized with covert sits at 106,000 and is continuing to grow. An FDA panel will review Fizer is Corona virus vaccine for emergency use. Authorization today. Mark Mayfield reports the panel could vote on the drugmaker's application at the end of the meeting once finds her gets approval distribution is expected to begin right away in the first shots could be administered next week. CDC panel has already voted to recommend health care workers and people living in nursing homes be the first to get vaccinated. President Trump and 17 States have now joined a Texas lawsuit that would throw out election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin. Former acting you US Attorney General Matt Whitaker. It shows that this is a broadly agreed to vehicle each one of these attorney general's that have signed on to this, our experts not only in their states, laws and constitutions but in the federal system as well. The lawsuit argues that the four states made changes that are contrary to election laws set by the state legislatures and violation of the Constitution. An article 14 of Texas wins the case. The U. S. Supreme Court will overturn election results in four States and change the balance of electors from Joe Biden to Donald Trump. Michael Castor, NBC News radio. I'm writing Gorman from I have ready. I'm filling in for the team here With time off for Christmas Eve. We're covering the top stories of the day and also taking a look back some at 2020 and look ahead to.
"michael castor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quick. Take this is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. President Trump is once again claiming that he run the 2020 election despite the fact that a button Harris transition is already underway on dime in the Oval Office right now. And it's very interesting to see what's going on, and this was an election that we won easily. We wanted by a lot. That's the president, speaking at a Pennsylvania Republicans event, state election officials have said there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Now there is a case where a judge is questioning the constitutionality of this year's absentee voting in Pennsylvania. That case will be heard Friday. Typically tonight is one of the highest grossing nights for bars. But be warned states all across the republic have been issuing curfews or alcohol cut off times in the early evening hours. As for tomorrow, President elect Joe Biden says he and his wife, Dr Jill Biden, will forgo holding their annual gathering will be in our home in Delaware with our daughter on our son in law. Rest of the family will be Doing the same thing and small groups, CDC says small groups advised travel not so much and here's why, by the numbers the global coronavirus case count is now topping 60 million. Fifth of those are here in the U. S. Closing in on 12,700,000 infections. India takes the second Most Brazil just behind that. The U. S also leads with the most lives lost to covert 19 at more than 261,000. Three women in the national spotlight are now in the running for Time magazine's person of the Year. Vice President elect Kamila Harris made history this month by becoming the first woman elected VP Stacey Abrams is credited with helping to flip Georgia Blue and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer handled attacks from President Trump while being at the center of an alleged kidnapping plot. Also on the list. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Corona virus expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, Pope Francis and many more. I'm Bill Trapero. The abortion rate in the U. S. Rose slightly from 2017 to 2018. That's according to data reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by 47 States and New York City. They were roughly 6000 more abortions and 2018 compared to the previous year. Total abortions are still on the downward trend dropping over 20% since 2009. There's a rush for Corona virus testing ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Michael Castor reports. Dr. Robert Leverenz, chief medical officer for the University of Texas Health System, says Getting tested isn't a bad idea, but it takes about two weeks from exposure to start showing symptoms of the Corona virus is whether CDC is encouraging everybody to have a socially distant Thanksgiving with chairs spread out and Turkey served outside. Nearly 170,000 new cases of the virus were confirmed yesterday. This, according to data from Johns Hopkins University over 2000 deaths were also reported the highest whole since May. I'm Michael Kastner to New York City, where Mayor Bill de Blasio says he'll be announcing a plan on the re opening of city schools next week. Let's go. School by school because it's the way we can at least get started Start with those D 75 schools themselves. But again, the goal here is to quickly move to early childhood and elementary. The mayor says schools, which had been closed since the city hit 3% positivity rate last week, will reopen on a rolling basis, the city might become an orange zone. Giving the state authority over schools. Two women are settling their discrimination lawsuit after they were detained at the U. S Canadian border because they were speaking Spanish and a Sudha and Martha Mimi Hernandez say customs and border protection agents detained them outside of Montana Convenience store for 40 minutes in May of 2018 because they were speaking Spanish. Video of the incident show.
"michael castor" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And Dean you tell. President elect Joe Biden is formally announcing the newest members of his national security and foreign policy team. That's a team that reflects the fact that America is back. Ready to leave the world, not retreat from it once again sit at the head of the table. Speaking and Wilmington, Delaware, Biden said. They're ready to confront our adversaries and not reject our allies. Biden said he believes working with our allies is the best way to keep America safe from terrorism and extremism. President Trump says the coronavirus facts he will be distributed to Americans next week or shortly thereafter. Speaking of the annual Turkey pardoning ceremony, Trump said news from drugmakers, visor and Moderna on their vaccine efficiency is one of the greatest medical achievements this planet has ever seen. President Trump may not be ready to leave the White House, but work is reportedly underway for life post January Michael Castor has more president is expected to make Mar a Lago, his permanent home, maybe see news reported. The members of the Secret Service detail have been asked if they want to transfer to the area. Secret Service agents in Miami. You're said to be looking at how to make physical reinforcements to the resort home. Source also tells ABC renovations are already underway at Mar. A. Lago is living quarters for Trump and wife Melania. I'm Michael Kasman, the manufacture of the drug Oxy Cotton is admitting to playing a role in the country's opioid crisis produced. Pharma Chairman Steve Miller pled guilty on behalf of his company Tuesday, three criminal charges Include providing incentives the doctors for writing more opioid prescriptions. Although the plea agreement last month called for $8.3 billion in penalties, a federal judge overseeing the hearing it's only holding a company liable to 225 million. The Coast Guard is ending in search for four fisherman off the coast of Massachusetts. After Comey 2000 miles of Ocean on Tuesday. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Joan Esposito live. Joan Esposito Live local and progressive on a 20 A M. W. CPT Willow Springs is powered by comment..
"michael castor" Discussed on KTRH
"The Fizer vaccine coming the American people we believe, they said The goal is to provide enough doses to all Americans who want to be vaccinated by next spring. These are added agencies within the department are working with both companies to remove any unnecessary bureaucratic barriers. Used to make Sylvester Turner wants people to avoid Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations due to the recent uptick in Corona virus. He also wants people to wear mask when they're around others. This is the vaccine that I know exists that works, okay? And you all you all have seen me around a lot of people, and I've been very fortunate, blessed but quite frankly, if I'm in a situation where I feel uncomfortable, I not only have one My song. You know, I'll have a couple of them on Mayor Turner says. Those who do end up involved in the larger gatherings are asked to quarantine for 14 days after the gathering. Justice, delayed again used to municipal courts have extended suspension of all jury trials and jury duty through the end of January due to the Cova 19 pandemic. Those with jury trials that were scheduled between September in January must make a recent in person at the court location. By Saturday, January, 23rd would co would hit several states shut down houses of worship to stop the spread. Texas didn't Stay right map Shawnee and one tol keep it that way. He found a bill that would protect religious organizations. We want to make sure that religious institutions are respected in state of Texas in aren't shut down by the government. His bill says that religious organizations should be considered essential during a disaster and the doors must remain open. I'll text odds Click it or ticket campaign kicks off this week from now through November, 29th state local pull police across the state will watch for violations of the state's seatbelt and child car seat law. Texas law requires drivers and all passengers to be secured in both the front and the back seat drivers could be fined up to $200 Ktrh news time is 403. President Trump calling out some Republican governors who are getting weak kneed over his election legal fights. The president continues his quest to overturn the vote, count the election and taking aim at politicians that he supported who now say it's time to begin the transition. The president firing back and wine on Twitter, saying quote who will be running for governor of the Great State of Ohio will be hotly contested Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson going even further than DeWine, saying he does expect Biden to be president. That's Fox. Is John Roberts reporting Well, Cinnabon is rolling out its signature cream trees. Cheese frosting by the pint. Michael Castor has that story. Consumers across us will be able to purchase the icing a pint of it sold separately for 5 99, and it's also going to be available for purchase through food delivery. APS. The point is the largest expansion of the brand during the current a virus pandemic since many of its locations were in airports and malls. In September, Cinnabon launched its first ever frozen breakfast line major grocery stores such as Target and WalMart. I'm Michael Kastner. There's an abandoned ktrh dot com. Our next update comes your way at 4 30.
"michael castor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Berg radio. Now. Ah Global News update. Traffic is blocked around Trump Tower in Chicago this morning is a man is demanding to speak to President Trump hangs off the side of a high rise Don't wanna die. If someone will try to pull this off, I will jump and die. I have a knife if someone will try to reliable covered, and I will probably that, But I don't wanna die. The man apparently posted a video to social media. Police say the man has been dangling from the tower 16th floor balcony since last night. Negotiators currently trying to get him down. President Trump will be campaigning in Arizona today. With Election Day just two weeks away. Trump scheduled to speak at a mini rally. A Prescott Regional airport at noon local time also speak to supporters at Tucson International Airport later in the day, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the pandemic isn't improving. Speaking at a rally in Durham, North Carolina, Biden accuse President Trump of having a Park Avenue perspective. Irving panicked over the virus. I'm Michael Castor. Drilling into the thoughts of the world's financial leaders to the markets need coordination improvement. Where does the apple of body stand? Bloomberg markets weekday mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg. Quick Take This is a Bloomberg business Flash. And I'm Karyn Moscow and stocks in Europe are.
"michael castor" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Radio. I'm Dean Mutual. President. Trump is hoping to win the hearts and votes of folks in Pennsylvania. At a rally Tuesday night, Trump said. Rival Joe Biden lied to the people in the Keystone State, he said career politicians like Biden betrayed the people of Pennsylvania, crushing their dreams and outsourcing their jobs. More than 10. Million Americans have already voted in the 2020 election. Michael Castor reports figures compiled by the U. S elections Project of the University of Florida show early voting this year is far ahead of the pace four years ago points to a big turnout As of Monday night. Nearly 10.4 million ballots been cast in states reporting early voting data rise in Corona virus cases is leading to a surge in early voting and mail in balloting, particularly among Democrats. Former President Barack Obama is going out on the campaign trail. There's time for his former vice president. CNN reports of former chief executive will hit early voting states in the final two weeks of the campaign that could include stops in Florida, North Carolina and Wisconsin. President Trump Supreme Court nominee will not commit to recusing herself from any election related cases that may arrive at the high Court Mark Mayfield reports during your confirmation hearing Tuesday. Amy Promised she would remain independent. I certainly hope that all members of the committee have more confidence in my integrity and to think that I would allow myself to be used as a pawn to decide this election for the American people. She explained that she couldn't offer a legal conclusion on the question of what she would do if a case disputing the election was brought to the Supreme Court. Trump has suggested he would challenge the election results of the Supreme Court. Would have the final decision. Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be honored in New York City next year. A bronze statue of the Supreme Court Justice will be unveiled on March 15th here listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Jonah.
"michael castor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Course, to huge wrestling rings where you can run from rope to rope all day long. Kevin Bo is the owner and head trainer. I was never a natural athlete. Yes, And I can be a good professional wrestler because I'm a nerd Science. You may be surprised to learn that a place like this exists in north and over. After all isn't wrestling fake, Kevin says Not really. It's a lot realer than they probably expected. Me and I walk in, you know, sometimes to the office with black eyes, bruises, stitches staples in my head. So if that sounds like fun, you might just be ready for stardom in this school has had a track record of launching the most stars into the W W E You know, than any other school in the country taking you hit me in the back with one of those fold up chairs. Yeah, that sheer W B Z Boston's news radium. Careful out there, not a dangerous A trainer and a former NFL players are 100 Dyke Minted Texas, all of accused of filing false health reimbursement claims to the league. Luis Rey turned himself in this morning, saying he signed fake invoices for players from 2016 to 2018. It's believed he got almost 100 $13,000 for players for the signatures. The former players who include former Raiders first round draft pick Fabian Washington recused, taking almost $724,000. The governor of Oregon is responding to allegations Police used violence against journalists during protests and weekend protests in Portland. Videos posted on Social media show officers using force against people identifying themselves as journalists. One video shows an officer knocking a photographer to the ground. Governor Kate Brown issued a Siri's of tweets yesterday, saying she will call for an investigation. Brown. So she takes the use of physical force by law enforcement officers seriously, whether it involves members of the public or the media. That is correspondent Michael Castor,.
"michael castor" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"They're pounding up our time story. 90 days of demonstrations in the streets, according over social injustice turned violent once again, 11 90 kxas Michael Castor reports. Demonstrators targeted the ice building last night. They vandalized the ice building a disabled security cameras. When federal officers came out, they were hit with rocks, eggs and bottles. One officer was injured when a rocket there like police move the crowd away from the building. One officer was hit with pepper spray crowd left the area early this morning, about a dozen people were arrested. The ultimate county D. A says he won't prosecute demonstrators unless they cause injury or property damage. The FBI is investigating whether federal charges could be filed. Special agent in charge for Portland ran Cannon tells K too. This has nothing to do with peaceful demonstration. Don't investigate First Amendment activity on We don't investigate ideology, but we do investigate violent crimes and that's where we're gonna be doing. Maura Cannon says they're focusing on arson and people attacking police with commercial grade fireworks and rocks. Endgames are postponed today, but the players have decided to resume the playoffs. They'll create a list of actionable items they want the MBA to endorse former Trailblazer and current head coach of the university important pilots, Terry Porter tells K to many of the players about the same Age is the black men who are being killed by police. Some of these people of color recently have been getting killed are a dyed in the hands of the law enforcement, so they feel it could have been there. Some players had boy counting the rest of the playoffs for take away the platform they could use to make a real difference. Trailblazers guard Damian Lillard is leaving the NBA's bubble in Orlando, Florida and is not because of unrest over racial injustice it so we could get more tests on his injured, right, Mi Lord hurt. His knee and Monday's play off against the Lakers. His injury was listed as a lateral knee sprain. I'm brand Ford News radio 11 90 k X. The following is a paid advertisement. Hello, I'm Franklin Grim. Our country's in trouble way. See the violence. We see the people. The riots, people are stressed out to this krone virus.
"michael castor" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"No comments on your listening to ABC News on afternoon Brand Port. Our time story and demonstration Last night Important was declared a riot by police 11 90 KXAS Michael Castor reports. Portland is heading into its fourth month of protests in the Straits. Officers were hit with rocks, heavy metal screws, balloons filled with fecal matter and green lasers. A demonstration was held outside of the North Precinct police building. A Dumpster was pushed into the street and set on fire. Two awnings of the precinct were burned. One police officer suffered a cut on his hand. Police arrested several people. It's going into the fourth month of protesting in the streets of Portland since the death of a black man, George Floyd, in the hands of police in Minneapolis, 23 people were arrested last night. An investigation continues into the discovery of a person's body inside of a home that was destroyed by a three alarm fire in southwest Portland by officials say. Cruz responded to the house on southwest Madison Street early Saturday morning to find the structure heavily involved with flames. Crews extinguished the fire and later found a person's body inside of the home. Neighbors had previously told firefighters that no one was home when the fire started. Not yet clear. What started that fire? After only a couple of days. The states from $35 Million in $500 checks for Oregonians waiting on unemployment benefits. 11 90 K excess. Michael Desmond has the update on Friday, House Speaker Tina Coat check and Senate President Peter Courtney and asked all the money for emergency relief checks has been obligated. This won't help everyone. It's not gonna be enough for everybody, but we know that people can get $500 in their hands will be able to pay some bills Speaker Kotex his organ is now obligated almost all federal covert 19 relief money. We See the federal government to act and give us more assistance for audience who who can't pay their bills. If you've made an appointment to get a check, do not cancel it. No new appointments or walking applications are being accepted. Washington County Sheriff's deputy has made his 2000 impaired driving arrest. Ebony Jeff's Jason McLaughlin joined the sheriff's office in 2000 for is a patrol deputy. Bring a 16 year tenderly worked on the crash.
"michael castor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Up and down the state. Almost two dozen in the northern part of the state. They're in many in the Bay area, causing all those evacuations and structures have been destroyed. It appeals court today allows ING ride hailing Giants uber and left to continue treating their drivers as independent contractors for now, while on appeal works its way through the courts. That's good news for the group Mothers against Drunk driving, which says the potential loss of uber and lives could put people in danger. Patricia Riera, the executive director for Mad in California, says the ride sharing companies provide a lifesaving service. We really believe and have grave concerns that the future of rice here is in jeopardy. We really want to support right share of being available and being a transportation auction losing this Convenient in a horrible way to be safe. Right home. We really feel like that Terrific Mansingh. Loss of ride sharing options in California leader increase in deaths and injuries from impaired, driving Jack Cronin, Koga news former Trump campaign manager and White House adviser, Steve Bannon and three others putting not guilty after being indicted for illegally funneling money from a crowd sourcing project. To build a border wall. Michael Castor has the details, NBC News Legal analyst Pete Williams says we build the Wall Project didn't last long Crowdsource website shut it down over concerns about how the money was going to be used. Prosecutors in Manhattan say the defendant's defrauded hundreds of thousands of Americans who contributed to the We build the wall Project where they promised 100% of the money would be spent on building a wall between the U. S and Mexico. Prosecutors claimed. The foreman took hundreds of thousands of dollars of funds from the 25. Ilyin raised. They also claimed they took steps to hide the money they took. This is President Trump's second campaign manager to be arrested. Michael Kastner, NBC NEWS radio president. Trump says Democrats will only win the election in November if it's rigged. President, speaking in Pennsylvania today, the near Scranton, Joe Biden's birthplace just hours before Biden is accepting the nomination tonight, he accused Biden of abandoning his home state but again claimed he's going to win in November. 4 of Joe Biden's former rivals are about to tell the nation why he should be president. They're speaking in tonight's final night. Of the Democratic virtual National Convention. The 77 year old former vice president gets his big moment tonight his liver they expect acceptance speech has been waiting decades to give And football fans in Missouri or being told Now they can no longer wear headdresses to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs. Same goes for Native American theme to face paint during Home games and the Super Bowl champs are also deciding Now, if the Arrowhead Shop should even continue on Wall Street. The Dow closed.
"michael castor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In depth coverage. Golden State Killer Case Golden State killer Joseph James D'Angelo Junior is facing a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. D'Angelo pleaded guilty on June in June to 13 rape related charges and 13 murder counts stemming from crimes in the 19 seventies. And 19 eighties across six California counties. He is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday after three days of testimony from his victims and survivors. Testimonies start on Wednesday. Also this morning out of Portland, Oregon, continued protests. In fact, they've seen more than 80 consecutive days. Of those protests and also declared riots following the death of George Floyd this morning. Dozens of 911 calls in Portland apparently going unheeded overnight by police, as they contended, with hundreds of demonstrators for another weekend of unrest gave a K a correspondent Michael Castor has Mohr from Portland police said in a statement. More than 60 calls for police service we're holding around the city, according to the statement. Some had been holding for the length of the events that included people throwing things at officers trying to clear crowds that block Downtown traffic for three hours, the police department said. Officers couldn't respond to calls including theft, vandalism, hit and run alarms in stolen cars. Meanwhile, in Seattle, a riot was declared when protests there turned violent. 10 arrests were made multiple officers injured, and that includes one with serious eye injuries. Michael Kastner, NBC NEWS RADIO Portland, Oregon. Well, it is understandable that people are a bit concerned about the security of the upcoming presidential election, with all the talk lately about potential voter fraud, possible interference by foreign Countries. And, of course, the new debate about whether the U. S. Postal Service is ready. TTO handle a massive number of ballots being mailed by people not interested in risking exposure to cope in 19 might go into a polling place. Dmitri Alva Chip, which helped co found crowd strike. He was a guest on CBS's face the Nation, and what he had to say is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. He has one overriding concern, he says about the election. The hack ability of our election systems both from the influence side as well as from the voting perspective, and I can tell you from my experience that voting is the hardest thing to secure. When it comes to cyber security. It is literally the hardest. Out there and the only way we know how to do it well and safely by using paper, whether it be mail in ballots or whether it be voting in person without paper record that could be produced by the machine or the paper record paper ballot, which you can mark up. Those of the safest ways and the other way of forces to drop it off something that's not getting much attention. Right now. With all the focus on mail in ballots is that all policing should have drop off boxes by the curb side that people can drive by. Walk by and drop off the ballot without using mail. Well, he's right that we haven't really talked a lot about that. I mean, you could drop off your ballots at any polling place, not just yours. You could drop it off at any polling place, and that's something that election officials have been telling us for years. Yeah, so it's nothing new, but you can definitely at election security to the List of concerns come November, although again we'll tell you Sacramento County Election officials have repeatedly said they're satisfied that you're gonna be able to vote securely and have confidence that your vote will be counted right. California is one of the states that has been voting by mail. Mostly, I'm in the majority of our residents vote by mail and has done so successfully for many years. Other states just coming online are trying to make sure their systems are ready to handle and yeah, and that's that. I think that's the concern, especially at the White House. Whether or not they are actually ready to do that. Right now, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories here in news, 93.1 KFBK.
"michael castor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It. Golden State killer case. Golden State killer suspect, Joseph James D'Angelo Junior is facing a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. D'Angelo pleaded guilty in June to 13 rape related charges. 13 murder counts stemming from crimes in the 19 seventies in 19 eighties across six California counties. He is scheduled to be formally sentenced on Friday after three days of testimony from his victims and survivors. Testimony start on Wednesday and out of Portland, Oregon, this morning, where they have seen more than 80 consecutive days. Of protests and declared riots after the death of George Floyd, of course. This morning. Dozens of 900 calls in Portland went apparently unheated overnight as police contended, with hundreds of demonstrators for another weekend of unrest. KFBK correspondent Michael Castor has the report from Portland police said in a statement. More than 60 calls for police service we're holding around the city, according to the statement. Some had been holding for the length of the events that included people throwing things at officers trying to clear crowds that block downtown traffic for three hours. The police department said. Officers couldn't respond to calls including theft, vandalism, hit and run alarms and stolen cars. Meanwhile, in Seattle, a riot was declared when protests there turned violent. 10 arrests were made multiple officers injured, and that includes one with serious eye injuries. Michael Kastner, NBC NEWS RADIO Portland, Oregon, United States Postal Service is making headlines right now, after President Donald Trump expressed hesitation about funding for the service. Democrats say they they believe the Trump Administration's decision may undercut The Postal Service's ability to handle a massive number of mail in ballots in the upcoming election, which is something many states are looking at doing that California will be sending ballots to all registered voters, for example. There's a lot of confusion surrounding this issue, and the political divide seems to be making the confusion even worse. So what exactly is the president concerned about? White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows tried to answer that question on CNN State of the Union. This is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. It's that no excuse absentee or the vote by mail where you request a ballot, and it comes to you and you fill it in. Not only is the president supportive of that the vast majority of Americans are supportive of that. What he's against is changing the process to make it a universal, so we'll clear it up right now. Changing the process to say that we're going to send balanced. Everybody s so that you can have all this potential for fraudulent behavior within with ballots that they're going to other people. That's what he's against. And so if you've got a normal process in your state where you have where someone requested a mail in ballots, then then we want to make sure we process it. And we might want to make sure that it's counted fairly. Alright. So there you go. The distinction that the administration is making is that absentee voting is one thing, but The states that are participating in mass mailing of ballots to voters on the registers list eyes where they think potential or the potential for fraud. Existing Christina We're seeing just now, a report in from Fox eight News in North Carolina, at least half a dozen states including Colorado, North Carolina and Virginia. And you can bet Javi airbase Sarah from California will probably jump in on this. They're reviewing their legal options against the administration and may very well be filing a lawsuit. This will probably also will most likely Some would say definitely, via topic at the Democratic National Convention among some of the speakers so that kicks off today by the way, and and and also, we will have live coverage of the DNC on our I heart sister station talk 6 50 k S. T. They'll be about two hours of prime time listening for you there, all right, And let's get you caught up now on all of this hour's top national stories here at news 93.1 kfbk. From.
"michael castor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Multiple Children who were part of a day care program at the Salem Y M C. A a now infected with covert 19 sale news reports. The wife is working with city and state officials and are contacting everyone who might event expose the Y M. C. A asked nine Children who came in close contact with the infected staffer to get tested. Some of them did end up testing positive. I hear a lot about bad stories coming out of the pandemic during this long, hot, socially distant summer. Of the BCS. Karen Redl would like to introduce you to the sisterhood of the traveling pool. And Melrose Neighborliness meets Creativity meets technology when a woman offered up a brilliantly colored inflatable pool in the buy nothing Melrose Facebook group. There were lots of hands up for the pool. So the sisterhood of the traveling pool Was born Alicia Parsons, enjoy the pool for a few weeks, then passed it on. I had only wanted it more began. And so I said I'd return it back to the group after I use it, and then I guess that's how it all started. Over the last few months, The inflatable pool has gone from family to family house to house and child. A child and 1/2 year old daughter was calling it the awesome cool moment it was dawn she forgot about the pool has a rainbow arch and a slide. It's pretty dope. In Melrose, Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio in a summer trip somewhere, Just traveling around. Maybe Spotify is out with its top songs for a summer road trip of the Ring. Central News Lied Michael Castor. Reports, with many people not flying due to the pandemic, traveling by car for vacation has become more popular. The songs on Spot of Highs list include Bon Jovi's 86 hit Living on a Prayer. Life is a highway by Rascal Flatts, Miley Cyrus's party in the USA and Don't stop Believe. And by journey, Spotify says the songs will make you want to roll down the window and sing out loud. Whereas don't stand so close to me. My harsh your mellow about just anything by The cars 3 57 straight ahead in the news at four o'clock President Trump with an update on what his administration is investing in the pandemic. 2020 election is being called, are most important in years from now to Election Day on November 3rd, I Heart radio is turning over the airwaves on our radio stations are podcasts and even the I heart.
"michael castor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"That's when the governor's state Corona virus update happens in it. 2 30 for the county again that is live here on Kogo, a New Jersey federal judge going public since her son was killed and her husband was shot at their home in North Brunswick. Michael Castor has Mohr Judge Esther Salas recounted the seconds before the shooting. The doorbell rang. Daniel look, that men said quiz that And before I could say a word. He sprinted upstairs. Within seconds. I heard the sound of bullets. And someone scream. No judge Solace begged those in power to do something to keep personal information like theirs off of the Internet. Michael Kastner, NBC NEWS radio. If you've been thinking about getting a pet this month San Diego Welfare coalition part of the nationwide effort to clear the shelters, the campaign to get as many pence adopted as possible is a little different this year. Instead of being a single day effort. It'll be a month long adoption drive to allow for virtual adoption consultations by appointment instead of coming into the shelter on browsing your animal. We ask you to browse the animals on what might be humane, not order, and then you schedule a virtual consultation with an adoption counsellor, and then you find out all the information about the animals during that consultation, and if you want to move forward at that point, you come into the shelter Nina Thompson with the San Diego Humane Society. Eddie tells KOGO News. All the animals have been assessed for behavior and medical condition, spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Find a pet at SD humane dot org's Maryland.
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"The pandemic clearly is not over. He says the single most important thing people Khun due to prevent covert 19 from spreading. Is wear a mask. Not complicated, totally available now on everyone should be doing that if they're not six feet away from people. Social distancing and to be on the safe side, a good idea to do it, even if you are six feet away from people. Speaking in Louisville, McConnell says the Senate will soon take up new Corona virus relief legislation. The Kentucky Republican says the theme of the next package will be liability reform. Getting kids back to school, along with jobs and health care. US Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia coming to Boston tomorrow, he's planning to announce major federal grants. To expand job opportunities. He's also planning to be with volunteers of America, Massachusetts and other community groups discussing ways for those getting out of prison to reenter civilian life. Scalia reportedly said the administration will push for tax relief and the next stimulus bill that opposes calls to stretch the extra $600 a week and unemployment benefits that was offered earlier. Stop and shop has stopped its appreciation PE program for grocery store workers Amid the pandemic. Quincy based supermarket chain paid it's employees an extra 10% from March 10th through the fourth of July in a statement, the company says the temporary extra pay was meant to recognize associates for their hard work during the unprecedented surge in demand and customer traffic. It adds that those levels are falling back to what they were Pretty Cove in one of the unions representing some of the workers at stop and shop is calling for the company to keep the pay coming the extra pay, noting that covert cases are spiking nationwide. Senator Ed Markey, hailing the Supreme Court decision upholding the ban on Robo calls to cellphones. He is one of the original authors of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. In a statement, Marquis and California congresswoman on the issue also praised the court for closing a critical loophole in the law. Political consultants and pollsters were among those asking the Supreme Court to strike down a 1991 law that prohibits them from making Robo calls the cell phones. They said it was a violation of their free speech rights. They pointed to an exception for government debt collection Robo calls. The court responded by throwing out the exception and allowing the law to stand united. CBS to Steve Door State congresswoman issue had introduced the hang up act to repeal the exception in the law. Also today, the high court rules that members of the Electoral college have to back their states. Popular vote winner correspondent Michael Castor tells us the decision was unanimous. So called faithless Elector case pitted electors from Colorado in Washington who did not conform to their states. Popular vote in the 2016 presidential election. In Colorado, Michael Baka cast his electoral ballot for former Republican presidential candidate John Kasich, in an attempt to potentially deny President Trump the 270 electoral votes needed to secure his victory in the opinions of Justice has expressed concerns about changing laws that bind delegates to popular vote winners, saying it could lead to campaigns it would try to influence their votes. Justice Elena Kagan wrote the decision with references to the Broadway show Hamilton and the TV Siri's veep. Getting an accurate census count has been proving to be quite challenging during the Corona virus celebrate big ocean wagon with New Michigan media says The nation is in the self response phase of the census right now, but starting August 11th The census will start sending people into neighborhoods to knock on doors because of the virus. It just makes it more difficult for the door knocking phase this time around to be successful. Don't let it get to the point where someone has to come knocking on doors. Do it before them, fill it out and sending them. This face was slated to start a few weeks back. But all deadlines have been pushed back because of the covert 19 pandemic, and there have been increases in covert 19 cases across the country. That, by the way was correspondent Alisa's See, Florida has had an increase in cases, Miami Dade County is pulling back the openings of some restaurants and gyms because of the increase. Nail salons and dog runs back in business in New York City. Today, they are entering a new phase and easing of Corona virus restrictions. Indoor Restaurant dining bill is still postponed indefinitely in New York in order to prevent a spike in new infections. 4 20 about this Cape Cod. Now a lot of people are leaving their today We've been hearing about that in the traffic, but there's still buzzing on the cape about a competition that was held in Willow Bend Country Club and mash me over the weekend. It was made for social distancing. The tennis court was converted into a human foosball table. Instead of rods. Players were controlled with ropes and pool noodles. The ball they used was a Soccer ball. We believe everyone had a good.
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"She and Robert's Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell today, says the single most important thing Americans Khun do to prevent the spread of Corona virus is to wear a mask. Not complicated, totally available on everyone should be doing that if they're not six feet away from people social distancing. And to be on the safe side. It's a good idea to do it, even if you are six feet away from people. Speaking to reporters, the Kentucky Republicans said the pandemic is clearly not over. He added that it is not complicated for Americans to wear a mask. Oklahomans can expect delays for the unemployment benefits today, Officials of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission say payments will likely hit accounts this afternoon instead of this morning. Oh yes, See, said the delay is in part due to the large number of payments going out and because of the holiday weekend. The U. S Supreme Court now is unanimously ruled that members of the Electoral college must vote as the laws of their states. Direct Michael Castor reports. A so called faithless elector case pitted electors from Colorado and Washington who did not conform to their states. Popular vote in the 2016 presidential election in Colorado, Michael Baka cast his electoral ballot for former Republican presidential candidate John Kasich in an attempt to potentially deny President Trump 270 electoral votes needed to secure his victory in the opinions. Justices expressed concerns about changing laws that bind delegates to popular vote winners, saying it could lead to campaigns it would try to influence their votes. That's Michael Castor reporting. An investigation is underway in Del City, where police say a security guard fired at a shoplifting suspect at least 10 times over the weekend. The guard is a Langston University police officer. Well, they say the suspect hit the guard with his door while the guard open fires the suspect fled. Police say the suspect is expected to recover. Sergeant Craig Johnson spot has been added to a list of other fallen officers at a memorial outside of the Tulsa Police Academy. CPD added a stone bench in a spot for a plaque to go. A local artist will now in grave Johnson's name on the bench and create a special design to remember the officer. Johnson was gunned down last week. Another officer remains hospitalized. More than 130 rule. Volunteer fire departments in northeastern Oklahoma getting some financial help, thanks to the Cherokee Nation, some $3500 checks are goingto 136 departments in the state and country music legend Charlie Daniels is being remembered today. Daniels died at his home in Nashville. The age of 83 from his radio 1000 Katie Okay, Weather center and the four Warren Storm team. Chance of some isolated showers Today through tomorrow highs near 90 then warmer this weekend will be back to near 100. I'm Brian Gan news radio 1000 Katie. Okay? Use Radio 1080 Okay Studios are a service of Universal men's Clinic for medical Solutions.
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"Encourage you to pick up a copy commutes inner circle offers access to extra content on the topics you enjoy exclusive invitations the members only online events and political analysis and context on the two thousand twenty election go to Newt Center Circle Dot Com and become a member now I five hundred nearly subscribers who receive limited edition gift as part of their membership join now at Newt's inner circle dot Com in this episode of Neutral World This is the second episode in our three parts stories about China and we're looking at what is like to live in Modern Day Communist China when Xi Jinping became president of China we imagined a more open Chinese society. Xi Jinping became the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China the Chairman of the Central Military Commission and the President of the People's Motoko China during his tenure there has been a significant increase in censorship and mass surveillance significant deterioration in human rights and the removal of term limits for the president to some he's considered the most powerful and influential person the world to others he's totalitarian in dictator my guest today speak candidly about their experiences with human rights in China I'm pleased to introduce my guests Michael Castor a human rights advocate researcher and civil society consultant who has lived and worked in China and Dr Tung the nope he Chinese dissident human rights lawyer and Adjunct Professor at Hunter College City University of New York.