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08:34 min | 11 months ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"In the early days of september gabby potatoes family started to worry about her. She and her boyfriend bryan laundry had taken a van out west earlier in the summer they wanted to hit up all the national parks and document their journey online and the trip had been going well at least from the pictures gabby instagram and the frequent calls or video chat sheet made to her mom back in new york but now it had been a few days since her mom and stepdad in new york or her dad in florida had been able to get a hold of her and sure. Sometimes when you're traveling reception is spotty. Gaby's mom had received a text that had said as much from gabby phone on august. Thirtieth according to cnn read quote no service in yosemite but the more time passed without word from gabby the less sure her family was that text even came from her at all when her mom thought back on the last time she remembered really talking to her daughter hearing her voice or seeing her face. It was the twenty third. Maybe the twenty. Four even up to the twenty fifth according to newsweek. Either way it had been too long. Something was wrong. It seems that while. They tried to reach gabby they. Were also trying to reach brian or his family. According to an interview gabby parents on fox news. Her mom tried to call and tax. Brian's mom on the ted september tenth to tell her that she was worried about the kid because she hadn't heard from them but she couldn't even get a call or text back from brian's mom and gabby dad found out he too tried to call and tax even escalating. It telling them that the next step is they. Were going to call the police. But even that didn't garner response and at that point according to reporting by michael ruiz for fox news on september tenth her father had had enough waiting and he drove to brian's family's home looking for answers as to where his daughter was now. Brian has family also live in florida and gabby was living with them. Based on the reporting we don't know what was said at the home or who he talked to and he arrived just that he got there at six thirty on the night of the tenth. And we know he didn't go inside the house but obviously because there is a report we know that at some point police were called and there was a public service incident. Report made by the next morning. Her mother and stepfather reported. Gabby missing in suffolk county. New york where they live. Police seemed to have taken the report pretty seriously. Since the same day they contacted police in northport where laundries family lived and they asked them to go down there and basically see what's up. Do a welfare check. Maybe see if they have been able to get a hold of brian. who is supposed to be with gabby. But when police down there get to the family's door. Instead of being met with another set of concerned parents they were. Hit with a bombshell i. They learned that brian. Oh he's been home for a week. He drove gaby's van back solo and arrived home on september. First this is. We're finding out on september eleventh. Though all the time her family was looking for her or trying to get in contact with him he wouldn't speak to them again. They didn't even know he was home until right now. And it's at this point. According to a cabbie's mom told fox news that they were even more certain that that august thirtieth taxed didn't come from gabby because if brian is home in florida on the first then how would that even be possible. She didn't make any mention that they were separated or that she didn't have her van. No her mom doesn't have cell phone data to show where the phone pinged from. When that text came through she assumes the fbi is looking into all of that but to her. It's obvious that it didn't come from her daughter at yosemite but if police have questions about all of this and high they have a lot of questions about all of this. No one in the family is willing to answer those questions. Because according to a quote from law enforcement to cnn the police were essentially given an attorney's number and told if you've got any questions talked to him this did not sit well with police and it certainly didn't sit well with gabby family. Police seized van from the house and found quote unquote material in there though as of this recording. We don't know exactly what that was and this is about the time that this story started hitting all of your radars a couple on a camping trip. The boyfriend comes home but for ten days doesn't mention to anyone that he came home without his girlfriend and actually according to what they were telling people just days before gabby went missing. She was his fiancee though. Gobs mom says that they broke off the engagement and decided to go back to being boyfriend and girlfriend but either way fiance or not. They were together. He claimed to have loved her and yet here he was alone refusing to talk to anyone refusing to say when he last saw gabby why he's here alone even despite pleas from her parents and they. We're just asking brian to talk. They were begging absolutely begging anyone in his family to talk as well. I mean my god they all live with gabby. Surely they cared about her well. Being why wouldn't they convinced. Brian to cooperate and was there anything that they could tell police to help. Gaby's family released a statement through their lawyer directed to bryant's family and published it in a number of outlets quote. Please if you or your family have any decency left. Please tell us where gabby is located. Tell us if we are even looking in the right place. All we want is for gabby to come home. Please help us make that happen. We haven't been able to sleep or eat. An our lives are falling. Apart and quote. The laundry's statement to the public was that they wouldn't be talking. They had nothing to add. It was essentially no comment so without getting any information from the family. Police put the pressure on a little by officially naming bryant. A person of interest on september fifteenth according to the independent. By this point the whole country is watching the case and following every single move. How could this man just not say anything. Where did you leave her. If nothing bad happened just talk. It was the not talking that people became obsessed with because they would look at her instagram and his instagram and they seemed so happy. But you know what i know. Social media is a lie it only lets. You see the shiny parts of their lives kissing on the mountains doing cartwheels on the beach. It doesn't give you insight into the real parts of a relationship. The darker parts but there are no glowing filters on police body cameras and on september sixteenth. 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"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"More light on this tragedy. It's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building, a top by the administration official says. This morning, the administration is stepping up plans to begin relocating tens of thousands of Afghan interpreters and others. Who worked with US forces during the war. They're going to place them in other countries. For now, as their applications for US entry are processed. The administration has been under pressure from Democrats and Republicans to protect those Afghans. Veterans have been pressing the administration to The number of Americans applying for unemployment dropped last week assigned the layoffs declined in the job market is improving, and there's word that the economy grew at a solid 6.4% in the first three months of the year. Economists are forecasting. This could be a strong year. This is a P news. President Biden's rolled out his plan to fight an increase in crime. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which is spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and we'll crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check, President Biden says This doesn't affect responsible gun owners. Second Amendment rights, The White House is limited in what it can do about guns. So President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs and provide jobs. Fourteen's during the summer. Make sure young people pick up a paycheck instead of a pistol. Jackie Quinn, Washington and I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute rescuers have been pulling survivors from the debris that used to be part of a 12 story Beachfront apartment building in the Miami area, Part of the building and Surfside, Florida collapsed early this morning. At least one person died, Area resident Michael Ruiz tells WPLG local 10 TV in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by.

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AP News

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley Breaking this morning. Part of a condo building in the Miami area neighborhood has collapsed. Michael Ruiz lives nearby and tells WPLG TV local 10 in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by And I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life all at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Miami Dade Fire Rescue is conducting a search and rescue operation. No word yet on casualties. We do not yet know why part of the back of the building collapsed are my camp in with what we do know about the building. The seaside condo development was filled 40 years ago in the southeast corner of Surfside. The area is a mix of new and old apartments, houses, condominiums and hotels. With restaurants and stores serving and international combination of residents and tourists. AP Correspondent Mike Hemp in reporting Police in South Florida have taken into custody the mother of two young girls found dead in a canal on Tuesday. No criminal charges have been filed against Turnesa Hogan. Police are looking into reports that Hogan was offering to baptize people in the canal a day before her two daughters were found. Little girls were seven and nine years old. Missouri is seeing an alarming rise in covid cases, The delta variant is spreading fast, and many there are reluctant to get the covid shot. Eric Frederick is with Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. He told us that a lot of people think the pandemic has ended. I heard even on the news this morning. Someone said something post pandemic and I was like We're not host. We're still in the middle of this going to the White House, a bipartisan group of senators seeking President Biden support for an infrastructure plan. This raises hopes for a breakthrough agreement. It would provide money to fix roads and bridges. For instance, this is a P news Member of the oath Keepers, has pleaded guilty to charges related to the January attack on the U. S Capitol building. Here's Our Ed Donahue great and Young pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding. He is the first oath keeper to plead guilty. Young also agreed to cooperate in the investigation. Authorities say he was seen on camera wearing a helmet and tactical vest. Part of the military style stack, marching through the crowd before entering the Capitol building. Another oath keeper John Ryan. Schaefer also pleaded guilty, but not to conspiracy. Anna Morgan Lloyd from Indiana was the first person sentenced and connection with the riot. Three years probation after the riot, Lloyd call January 6th the best day ever. In court. She apologized to the court, her family and the American people. Ed Donahue, Washington On Wall Street. Yesterday, the Dow dropped 71 points. The S and P was down four. The NASDAQ gained 18 points. I'm Rita Foley. AP News AP News.

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AP News

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"P news. I'm Rita Foley, A beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside this morning. Miami Dade Police say one person is dead. Firefighters were seen pulling survivors from the debris. Michael Ruiz lives nearby, he told w. P G. LTV local 10 in Miami. He's never seen so many first responders I'm hearing all about, I would say about 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my camp in with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports. It's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check. President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked the judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservators will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth. If there's anybody up there to see us I'm Rita Foley. AP News This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, A.

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AP News

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"On this tragedy. It's a 12 storey candle tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building, a top by the administration official says. This morning, the administration is stepping up plans to begin relocating tens of thousands of Afghan interpreters and others. Who worked with US forces during the war. They're going to place them in other countries. For now, as their applications for US entry are processed. The administration has been under pressure from Democrats and Republicans to protect those Afghans. Veterans have been pressing the administration to The number of Americans applying for unemployment dropped last week assigned the layoffs declined in the job market is improving, and there's word that the economy grew at a solid 6.4% in the first three months of the year. Economists are forecasting. This could be a strong year. This is a P news. President Biden's rolled out his plan to fight an increase in crime. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check, President Biden says This doesn't affect responsible gun owners. Second Amendment rights, The White House is limited in what it can do about guns. So President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs and provide jobs. Fourteen's during the summer. Make sure young people pick up a paycheck instead of a pistol. Jackie Quinn, Washington and I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with 12 story Beachfront apartment building in the Miami area, Part of the building and Surfside, Florida collapsed early this morning. At least one person died, Area resident Michael Ruiz tells WPLG local 10 TV in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by and.

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AP News

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"Rita Foley breaking this morning, part of a condo building in the Miami area neighborhood has collapsed. Michael Ruiz lives nearby and tells WPLG TV local 10 in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by and I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life all at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Miami Dade Fire Rescue is conducting a search and rescue operation. No word yet on casualties. We do not yet know why part of the back of the building collapsed are my campaign with what we do know about the building. The seaside condo development was filled 40 years ago in the southeast corner of Surfside. The area is a mix of new and old apartments, houses, condominiums and hotels. With restaurants and stores serving and international combination of residents and tourists. AP correspondent Mike Kemp in reporting Police in South Florida have taken into custody the mother of two young girls found dead in a canal on Tuesday. No criminal charges have been filed against Turnesa Hogan. Police are looking into reports that Hogan was offering to baptize people in the canal a day before her two daughters were found. Little girls were seven and nine years old. Missouri is seeing an alarming rise in covid cases, The delta variant is spreading fast, and many there are reluctant to get the covid shot. Eric Frederick is with Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. He told us that a lot of people think the pandemic has ended. I heard even on the news this morning. Someone said something post pandemic and I was like We're not host. We're still in the middle of this going to the White House, a bipartisan group of senators seeking President Biden support for an infrastructure plan. This raises hopes for a breakthrough agreement. It would provide money to fix roads and bridges. For instance, this is a P news Member of the oath Keepers, has pleaded guilty to charges related to the January attack on the U. S Capitol building. Here's Our Ed Donahue great and Young pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding. He is the first oath keeper to plead guilty. Young also agreed to cooperate in the investigation. Authorities say he was seen on camera wearing a helmet and tactical vest. Part of the military style stack, marching through the crowd before entering the Capitol building. Another oath keeper John Ryan. Schaefer also pleaded guilty, but not to conspiracy. Anna Morgan Lloyd from Indiana was the first person sentenced and connection with the riot. Three years probation after the riot Lloyd called January 6th the best day ever. In court. She apologized to the court, her family and the American people. Ed Donahue, Washington On Wall Street. Yesterday, the Dow dropped 71 points. The S and P was down four. The NASDAQ gained 18 points. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute part of a condo building has collapsed in Miami Miami Dade Fire Rescue has been conducting a search and rescue operation. No official word yet on casualties. Here's are my Kempen with what we do know, the Miami Herald reports. It's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse. There are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Police blocked nearby roads and scores of fire and rescue vehicles, Ambulances and police cars rolled into the area again. This is a condo building in Miami, part of which has collapsed. President Biden will be in North Carolina today, urging Americans to roll up their sleeves as part of a nationwide month of action to drive up the vaccination rate. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm.

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

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"And fire rescue just driving by Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett on what happened and why there's no reason for this building to go down like that, unless Someone literally pulls out the supports from underneath or they get washed out where there's a sinkhole or something like that, because it just went down Army camp in shed some more light on this tragedy. It's a 12 storey CanDo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building, a top by the administration official says. This morning, the administration is stepping up plans to begin relocating tens of thousands of Afghan interpreters and others. Who worked with US forces during the war. They're going to place them in other countries. For now, as their applications for US entry are processed. The administration has been under pressure from Democrats and Republicans to protect those Afghans. Veterans have been pressing the administration to The number of Americans applying for unemployment dropped last week assigned the layoffs declined in the job market is improving, and there's word that the economy grew at a solid 6.4% in the first three months of the year. Economists are forecasting this could be a strong year. This is a P news. President Biden's rolled out his plan to fight an increase in crime. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check, President Biden says This doesn't affect responsible gun owners. Second Amendment rights, The White House is limited in what it can do about guns. So President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs and provide jobs. Fourteen's during the summer. Make sure young people pick up a paycheck instead of a pistol. Jackie Quinn, Washington and I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute rescuers have been pulling survivors from the debris that used to be part of a 12 story Beachfront apartment building in the Miami area, Part of the building and Surfside, Florida collapsed early this morning. At least one person died, Area resident Michael Ruiz tells WPLG local 10 TV in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by and I have never seen so many ambulances and police.

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nine pools and a lot of convention space. The resort opens to the public at 11. PM In an update to a story we first brought you yesterday. A man who was run over during a road rage incident near Desert in in Boulder Highway on Tuesday, has died. The family of 73 year old Martin Smith said he passed away Wednesday morning. Two people have been arrested in connection with his death. A beachfront condo towers partially collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside scores a fire and rescue teams. Michael Ruiz lives nearby. I live nearby, So I came by and I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life all at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Officials haven't yet said what may have caused that collapse, Vice President Kamala Harris said to make her first visit to the U. S Mexico border since taking office, the visit El Paso, Texas, planned for Friday. Comes after criticism from members of both parties over her failing to go sooner. Despite her leading role in the administration's response to a steep increase in migration. Here's White House press secretary Jen Psaki. She's of course hosted a number of bilateral engagement she's visited The Northern Triangle she's taking made a number of announcements about how to address root causes. Parades have insisted that her focus is distinct from the security issues that plague US officials trying to handle a spike in border crossings. It's do or die tonight for the Vegas Golden Knights as they face the Canadians in Game six of the semi final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. We've got to find a way You know where you got to find a way this time, the year against good teams and against pressure and against attention, And, you know, I guess a good goalie that tonight's head coach Pete de Boer, Montreal leads the series three games to two. The puck drops at five. The news brought to you by yes, air conditioning and plumbing, keeping you cool in the summer warm in the winter and available anytime your plumbing won't go with the flow. Schedule your air conditioning and plumbing checkup today by visiting the Yes, Man can calm license number 7123371246 with a check on our weather. Here's news three's Kelly current. We're expecting mostly sunny skies today. Isolated showers and thunderstorms will be a possibility, especially nearly afternoon high today 97 degrees in Las Vegas with winds out of the southeast at about 5 to 10 MPH..

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03:02 min | 1 year ago

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"On why part of the condo building collapsed. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, A beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside this morning. Miami Dade Police say one person is dead. Firefighters were seen pulling survivors from the debris. Michael Ruiz lives nearby, he told w. P G. LTV local 10 in Miami. He's never seen so many first responders I'm hearing all about I would, I would say about 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my campaign with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports it's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check, President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked a judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservatives will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth. If there's anybody up there to see us I'm Rita Foley. AP News Another.

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04:58 min | 1 year ago

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"About 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my campaign with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports it's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check. President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked the judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservatives will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth if there's anybody up there to see us. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Turkish and U. S. Military officials have met in Turkey's capital to discuss plans for Turkish troops to continue secure in Kabul's airport after the withdrawal of the U. S and other NATO troops from Afghanistan. Turkey, NATO's only majority Muslim member, has offered to protect and run the Hamid Karzai International Airport, the main gateway into Afghanistan. After the alliance pulls out of the country. The country which has around 500 non combat troops in Afghanistan, is, however, seeking U. S and other allies support for the mission. Turkey also wants Pakistan and Hungary, too involved in the mission. I'm Zaria shockingly Coronavirus Update. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute intensive care beds are filling up in Missouri, which is seeing an alarming rise in covid cases. A Delta variant is spreading fast, and many people there are not getting Covic shots. Meanwhile, there are calls for extending the nationwide pandemic bands on evictions. As a new deadline looms. The clock is ticking down on the nationwide moratorium on evictions imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as emergency pandemic protection. Separate evictions. Bans for renters and mortgage holders expire next Wednesday, and there are calls from some quarters for extensions at the White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The decision to extend the eviction moratorium will be made by the CDC based on public health conditions. This week, Dozens of members of Congress wrote to President Biden and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky calling for the ban to be extended and also strengthened. Mike Rossia Washington and I'm Rita Foley. Thank you, Phil. To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired singer songwriter Lisa Loeb. You say? I gotta crack? Um, a windshield. Lisa, maybe a little less heartbroken. Geico lets you file a claim online over the phone over their app That makes me want to say Stay. Oh, nailed it. Geico Great service without all the drama. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley breaking this morning, part of a condo building in the Miami area neighborhood has collapsed. Michael Ruiz lives nearby and tells WPLG TV local 10 in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by and I have never seen so many ambulances and.

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"Of the condo building collapsed. I'm Rita Foley. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, A beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside this morning. Miami Dade Police say one person is dead. Firefighters were seen pulling survivors from the debris. Michael Ruiz lives nearby, he told w. P G. LTV local 10 in Miami. He's never seen so many first responders I'm hearing all about I would, I would say about 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my campaign with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports it's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check. President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked the judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservators will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth if there's anybody up there to see us. I'm.

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"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"A P news. I'm Rita Foley, A beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside this morning. Miami Dade Police say one person is dead. Firefighters were seen pulling survivors from the debris. Michael Ruiz lives nearby, he told w. P. G. LTV local 10 in Miami. He's never seen so many first responders I'm hearing all about, I would say about 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my camp in with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports. It's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check. President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked the judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservators will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth if there's anybody up there to see us. I'm Rita Foley. AP News A.

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"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"On Iowa and Android. Yeah. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley breaking this morning, part of a condo building in the Miami area neighborhood has collapsed. Michael Ruiz lives nearby and tells WPLG TV local 10 in Miami. I lived nearby, so I came by and I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life all at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Miami Dade Fire Rescue is conducting a search and rescue operation. No word yet on casualties. We do not yet know why part of the back of the building collapsed are my campaign with what we do know about the building. The seaside condo development was filled 40 years ago in the southeast corner of Surfside. The area is a mix of new and old apartments, houses, condominiums and hotels. With restaurants and stores serving and international combination of residents and tourists. AP Correspondent Mike Hemp in reporting Police in South Florida have taken into custody the mother of two young girls found dead in a canal on Tuesday. No criminal charges have been filed against Turnesa Hogan. Police are looking into reports that Hogan was offering to baptize people in the canal a day before her two daughters were found. Little girls were seven and nine years old. Missouri is seeing an alarming rise in covid cases, The delta variant is spreading fast, and many there are reluctant to get the covid shot. Eric Frederick is with Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. He told us that a lot of people think the pandemic has ended. I heard even on the news this morning. Someone said something post pandemic and I was like We're not host. We're still in the middle of this going to the White House, a bipartisan group of senators seeking President Biden support for an infrastructure plan. This raises hopes for a breakthrough agreement. It would provide money to fix roads and bridges. For instance, this is a P news Member of the oath Keepers, has pleaded guilty to charges related to the January attack on the U. S Capitol building. Here's Our Ed Donahue great and Young pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding. He is the first oath keeper to plead guilty. Young also agreed to cooperate in the investigation. Authorities say he was seen on camera wearing a helmet and tactical vest. Part of the military style stack, marching through the crowd before entering the Capitol building. Another oath keeper John Ryan. Schaefer also pleaded guilty, but not to conspiracy. Anna Morgan Lloyd from Indiana was the first person sentenced and connection with the riot. Three years probation after the riot Lloyd called January 6th the best day ever. In court. She apologized to the court, her family and the American people. Ed Donahue, Washington On Wall Street. Yesterday, the Dow dropped 71 points. The S and P was down four. The NASDAQ gained 18 points. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute part of a condo building has collapsed in Miami Miami Dade Fire Rescue has been conducting a search and rescue operation. No official word yet on casualties. Here's are my Kempen with what we do know, the Miami Herald reports. It's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse. There are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Police blocked nearby roads and scores of fire and rescue vehicles, Ambulances and police cars rolled into the area again. This is a condo building in Miami, part of which has collapsed. President Biden will be in North Carolina today, urging Americans to roll up their sleeves as part of a nationwide month of action to drive up the vaccination rate. I'm Rita Foley,.

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"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"News. I'm Rita Fall Lay, a beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside this morning. Miami Dade Police say one person is dead. Firefighters were seen pulling survivors from the debris. Michael Ruiz lives nearby, he told w. P G. LTV local 10 in Miami. He's never seen so many first responders I'm hearing all about I would, I would say about 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my campaign with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports it's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check. President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked the judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservators will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth if there's anybody up there to see us. I'm Rita Foley. AP News.

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"michael ruiz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Taking a look right now at Doppler radar. We've got 80 degrees outside our Miramar studios and pushing 81 degrees with approaching showers and thunderstorms along Miami Beach right now, where it is 802. Hundreds of first responders on the scene of that partial 12 story building collapse in Miami that has killed at least one person. I have never seen so many ambulances and police in my life all at once. It looked like something from like 9 11 literally. Michael Ruiz lives nearby and ran out to see the damage. It looks like the ocean front side of the building has just been sheared off. Police spent most of the morning trying to rescue those still trapped on balconies in the part of the building that did not collapse or those who were trapped in the rubble, maybe sees Darrell Kendall has more from the scene in Surfside, just north of Miami Beach. I spoke with one man whose wife actually works inside the building. She cares for one of the residents, she said. It sounded like an earthquake and when the dust settled You could see that the three units right next door were gone. They came crashing down after being three hours of trapped inside. She was finally rescued. Victor Oquendo. ABC NEWS SURFSIDE, Florida Again, at least one confirmed fatality that Miami building collapse. Sherry Preston ABC News and A lot of our listeners are calling in for information. There is a family reunification center set up for anyone. That may be looking for family members that are unaccounted for, or missing or friends. It's been set up at 930 to Collins Avenue. Now there is a phone number that you are being asked to call that number. Make sure you have pencil or pen. 3056141819 you're asked to call 3056141819. The update right now that we are finding out for you is that three patients have been taken to Aventura Hospital. No one is being allowed into the hospital, so you're not going to have any luck. If you drive down there. Two people are in critical condition, one of them in fair condition, the number to call again for family members that are unaccounted for, or if you want to report them safely. There. It's 3056141819, and that number was shared by Miami Dade Fire Rescue. It's coming up on 84 this morning. The case of two little girls found dead in the water Hill Canal is still underway. The mother of the sisters, nine year old destiny and seven year old Asia, Hogan is now considered a person of interest. Police are saying that they know where she is. But she has not been taken in just yet. 36 year old tennis A Hogan. She did not report the daughter's missing. In fact, she was seen swimming with them the day before, And there's reports that she'd been trying to baptize people in the same waters. Police are describing this ongoing case. As very complicated. As far as this pandemic is concerned, the FDA is now adding a warning to Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines. It's about cases of heart inflammation in kids and young adults. CDC advisory group found a link between mile card itis after vaccinations They say most patients recover and do well but stressed the benefits of the shots outweigh the risk. The Department of Health and Human Services Points out. The side effect is rare, encouraging everyone over 12 to get the vaccine. That's Mark Mayfield, you were the first lady's coming to the Sunshine State this afternoon and try to change the minds of those still hesitant to get the shot. After Joe Biden will be visiting a drive through vaccination, citing Qasimi before heading to the home of the reigning Stanley Cup champ Tampa Bay Lightning This afternoon she's participating in the shots on ice vaccination campaign. And this weekend, marking a milestone in our return to normal. The first cruise with paying passengers from a U. S port is departing Saturday from Broward. The celebrity edge setting sail from Fort Lauderdale to the Caribbean and fully vaccinated passengers will not be required to wear masks. Former President Trump is planning a rally here in the Sunshine State. He is expected at the Sarasota fairground Saturday, July 3rd for a Save America rally. The doors will open at two and the former president will be making a primetime address were told at eight o'clock. Meanwhile, students in Miami Dade County will not be exposed to mask mandates or critical race theory. That is what Superintendent Alberto Carvahlo confirmed at a school board meeting. Several parents did speak out against CRT. But Carvallo tried to reassure them that the district does not and never has taught it. As for masks last month, he said, they won't be required and adding that Children are not required to be vaccinated against Covid to enter the classrooms. Again. We're bringing you live coverage throughout the morning here on South Florida's first news coming in from Surfside, where shortly around two o'clock this morning, part of the champ Lynn Towers south came crashing down. There are fatalities. There are injuries and it is an active scene this morning. The very latest at w i o d dot com It's now 806. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy back to you. All right. Thanks so much. You're going to be joined by our friends at NBC Sexual year. Willard Shepherd. Uh, the longtime terrific reporter from there will join us from the scene. At 88 Collins aware of that building partially collapsed. That's coming up at 8 12 traffic at 8 10 on the 06.

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"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on AP News

"Is a P news. I'm Rita Foley, A beachfront condo tower collapsed in the Miami area town of Surfside this morning. Miami Dade Police say one person is dead. Firefighters were seen pulling survivors from the debris. Michael Ruiz lives nearby, he told w P G L T V. Local 10 in Miami. He's never seen so many first responders I'm hearing all about, I would say about 50 ambulances and fire trucks and fire rescue. Just driving by are my camp in with what we know at the moment, The Miami Herald reports. It's a 12 storey condo tower on the ocean. It was built in 1981 with more than 100 units. Sergeant Marion Cruz says the entire backside of the building collapsed. It's not known what caused the collapse, there are piles of rubble and debris just outside the building. Governor Andrew Cuomo says the Covid emergency fight is over in New York. The state will lift more covid 19 restrictions later this week, though New Yorkers will still have to wear masks on public transit and in hospitals, among other places. President Biden travels to North Carolina today as he encourages Americans to get the Covid shot. Yesterday, the president told us what he plans to do to beat back the rising tide of violent crime in the nation. Here's our Jackie Quinn, the president and attorney general announced steps to reduce gun violence, which has spiked after an initial drop when the pandemic began. They're working to deter illegal gun trafficking, which affects large cities and will crack down on gun dealers who sell to people who shouldn't have a gun, zero tolerance. If you will sell a gun to someone who is prohibited from possessing it. If you willfully failed to run a background check. President Biden is also urging communities to use federal grants to bolster anti violence and intervention programs. This is a P news AP Correspondent Margins are Letta has the latest on Britney Spears singer Britney Spears has asked the judge in Los Angeles to end a court conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs for 13 years. Britney Spears once said the conservatorship likely saved her career. But now she considers it abusive. Spears gave a long, emotional and sometimes profane speech by phone during a court hearing in Los Angeles, she says the setup is so restrictive that her conservators will not allow her to marry her boyfriend and have a baby Spears. Father played a major role as conservator, but she has pushed to have him removed. Conservatorship was put in place after Spears had public mental health struggles in 2000 and eight Hi Margie. Szaroleta, listen to this. Astronomers have calculated the more than 1700 stars and planets can see the earth if there's anybody up there to see us. I'm Rita Foley. AP News A.

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"michael ruiz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"michael ruiz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Unsolicited ballots. Their unsolicited million things sent everybody and we'll see. But if you remember Hillary Clinton just a week ago or so old Joe Biden do not accept the results of the election under any circumstances, but you don't ask her that question. You only asked me the question. That is the present United States talking about the very high likelihood of this election in 38 days time. Being abused, being undermined being subverted. It's not a theory. This is the latest latest news. This is Natalie Winters of the National Palace. Nine discarded military voting ballots have been recovered as part of a federal investigation in Lucerne County. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's working Together with the Pennsylvania State Police have confirmed eyewitness news that they have recovered physical Evans evidence off discarded voting ballots. Officials say that a number of military ballots have been improperly discarded and several have been recovered. It is not clear if they if more will be recovered by the investigators that's in Pennsylvania. They're in Texas. Listen to this because Michael Ruiz foxnews dot com Texas attorney general Can Paxton has announced four arrests yesterday on dozens off felony charges in connection with an alleged vote harvesting scheme during the 2018 Democratic primary elections in Greg. County. Greg County commissioners Shannon Brown, Marlena Jackson, Charlie Burns on DeWayne Ward together face 134 felony charges. According to Pakistan's office. The elections include the allegations include election fraud, tampering with a governmental record mail in ballot fraud and Mohr. Quote, and this is the charge. To increase the pull off ballots needed to swing the race. In Brown's favor. The group targeted young able bodied voters to cast ballots by mail by fraudulently claiming the voters were disabled. In most cases without the voters, knowledge or consent. This is one case. One case in Texas in one Democrat primary with 134 felony charges. But this is the thing. Do the Democrats tell us Doesn't happen. Wow. Cool board is full. Oh, my gosh. Judy Alice, can Daniel David start with Judy and Brooklyn Line one. Welcome back, Judy. Hi. Thank you. Take Michael. You took away my thunder. But let me just say I was. I don't think that's far think Judy's thunder can never be taken away. That is just an empirical impossibility. Well, if you look at your text, I text you. I don't know. Early on Christopher Ray has to go and that I was like dialing feverishly, because when I heard I think it was Davis, and that's why I'm calling back. So here. Here's the story. Absolutely right. They found dumped the ballots that were for President Trump from the military. And so there's Chris Marais, saying he sees no problem with mail in ballots. OK, he sees no problem. I don't understand. Like, you know, he really I don't know who he is. Why do you have FBI? He should've gone long time ago. There is so much evidence of him trying to cover up and trying to protect all the you know all the corruption that is going on. He he has to go. So you know what? I have one more thing to say. Then that's the case. I hope you allow me. You got 60. Seconds left. Go ahead, Judy. Okay. I think there should be an amendment to the First Amendment. And what I mean to hold the press and the media to report accurate news, not Salt Hood. That really has to be where they are a cannibal. But how are you going to police that Because, well, you know what? Well, whoever will police that if they dare say things that are not factual and their lives and they smell because that's what being doing lying through their teeth, just supposed to be held to a higher standard, so that's when they're going to get whatever penalties. Whatever they deserve. Let me suggest the following. We have to do something. But let me suggest this Judy. We need libel and defamation laws a bit like the UK The fact that the Supreme Court ruling in the 70 said you can say whatever you like. You can defame any public figure. And the only time you get in trouble is if you can prove that the person knowingly Allied when they said it, That's impossible. You know you're not a mental list, so we need defamation laws that just are like the Brits. You say something That's not true about somebody who's a public figure. You could get sued into the ground. I think that's a great idea. Thank you, Judy.

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