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"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"Florida Republican governor Iran Dissent is accusing the president of overreached, the federal government can get away with doing this going right at the heart of people's livelihoods and their ability to provide for their families. You know what's going to come next? As hospitals crowded with unvaccinated covid cases near the breaking point in his state and others descent assist people should not be cast aside. Because they make a medical decision for themselves. A decision not to get vaccinated leaves people 10 times more likely to wind up in the hospital, according to the CDC. Dave Packer. ABC News also today in appellate court reinstated the governor's ban on school mask mandates in Florida. The White House confirming US flights on Afghan evacuees bound for the U. S have been halted after four people who landed in the U. S had measles there in quarantine. Michelle France and ABC News Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon Come on news time. 1 31 I'm Taylor Vance Ice Now our top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center tomorrow marks 20 years since the September 11th terror attacks and South King Fire and Rescue is hosting a tribute in front of fire station 64. The sight of what's been called the most complete 9 11 Memorial on the West Coast comas Carlene Johnson reports 12 FT Steel beam from the World Trade Center twin towers is mounted precisely in front of the firehouse memorial beam itself is actually pointed at 102 Degrees East, which points to the World Trade Center South King fire captain Brad Cheney showing off the memorial with pride for his profession. And in honor of all the lives lost that horrible day. Black granite wall includes the names of every life lost that day, including the 343 firefighters and 60 police officers. Speakers for the one o'clock Saturday event, including King County Medic who was serving in New York when the attacks happened..
"michelle france" Discussed on KGO 810
"Bad joke. Lot of women don't know within six weeks that they're even pregnant or can do anything about it. Within six weeks of conception, it's just madness. But the Mississippi case is a more serious threat to abortion rights. Uh, let's let's take a break here, and I do want to talk with you about the idea of body autonomy. Read something interesting this week, and I'd like to get your perspective. On what the court thinks of the idea of body autonomy. David Katz is my guest. Texas Governor Greg Abbott being criticized for his state's strict new abortion law, which bans abortion after six weeks or when a heartbeat is detected the governor now under fire after his response to a question yesterday about victims of rape and incest. That's just Governor Greg Abbott on why he won't allow a rape exception in his state's new abortion bill is to eliminate rape. So that no woman no person will be a victim of rape. White House press secretary Jen Psaki is responsible of Governor Abbott has a means of eliminating all rapists or all rape from the United States. Then there'll be bipartisan support for that the Justice Department deciding how it can challenge the law. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington, According to FBI crime statistics, Texas is the 15th most dangerous state in the nation when it comes to the number of rapes that occur. World Health Organization calling for a moratorium on booster shots, saying 80% of the global covid vaccine have been administered and hide a middle income countries. So far. Michelle France and ABC News KGO 8.
Biden calls for immediate gun reform after mass shootings
"On Congress to pass gun control legislation, but there may not be enough Democratic support. GOP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's open to talks but doesn't support the House passed measures on expanding background check is despicable acts of violence. Should need to be condemned for what they are. But the legislative solutions Have been perplexing on as a Zay said, I sure Joe matches opposition to the version. The past and now Michelle, France and
"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"In an attempt to prevent Congress from certifying the electoral results. I'm Michelle France and ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning Once again it is currently 45 degrees under some partly cloudy skies downtown. 11 31 In our top stories continue from the coma. 24 7 News Center Bangles broke out several large storefront windows at the downtown Nordstrom store and an adjacent business last night. We're learning more about an incident last weekend, too. Here's almost calling Johnson Seattle police officers were called to the area just before 10 o'clock. They've gotten reports of a burglar alarm going off. They found over a dozen windows smashed, including some of Nordstrom's large display windows. The hope is whoever did it will be seen on surveillance video that police will go over. This follows an incident last weekend when a group build a snow berm outside the East precinct, blocking a patrol vehicle from getting out. Then video taken by John Mitchell shows the group throwing snowballs at two officers. More police officers come out clearly not amused until the group If they do it again and block another vehicle. They will be arrested. Just seemed completely you know, an overreaction that we've kind of Become accustomed to from the Seattle police. Police say there was no delay in their ability to respond to calls and no arrests were made. Carleen Johnson Come on news Seattle will spend $165 million this year addressing homeless is and it's still not enough. That's according to the man who's led that effort for the last three years. We learned from com O score one hate. Jason Johnson is stepping down as head of the Seattle Department of Human Services. The agency in charge of the city's homelessness response. As he leaves, Johnson tells The Seattle Times addressing the problem, too often has meant arguing with mayors, councils and nonprofit executive directors over every policy decision. Johnson heated at the frustration during the leadership forum last August. Those tensions those obstacles even though it were all sort of, you know, gunning for the same outcome here. There is still in her personal inner political issues in those relationships that can sort of trip people up, Johnson says. With 12,000 people still homeless Countywide, it's evidence Seattle's level of investment is inadequate. He also tells the Times the city continues to find quote pet projects programs, he says. Don't perform well to ease homelessness. Corwin Hague, Cuomo News at the very earliest Snoqualmie Pass will re open just around noon. But until then, you can't get across. That's where the latest situation is with comas, least old exit 34. This is as far as you could go, The cones are up State patrol. Are out even talking to drivers who are still coming this direction and have nowhere to go.
"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"Morgan Silver dollar coins before they sell out. That's 1 800, sir. In 199079. Senate acquitted former President Trump's Saturday that was largely expected. But what was not expected was the early push in the day to call witnesses by House impeachment managers, then their choice to drop that pursuit. Republican representative Jamie Herrera Butler became the center of Saturday's impeachment proceedings when lead Democratic House trial manager Jamie Raskin opened with this. We would like the opportunity to subpoena Congresswoman Herrera regarding Her communications with House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy and to subpoena her contemporaneous notes that she made regarding what President Trump told Kevin McCarthy in the middle of the insurrection. Butler is part of the group of House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Trump, Michelle France and ABC News Congresswoman Herrera Butler and said the former President told the House Republican leader. I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are. New York City authorities say there's a person of interest in custody after four people were stabbed two of them fatally on a subway line. NYPD Deputy chief Brian Magee says the first victim was found dead at the end of the A train line Friday night in Queens. He was sitting on a bench inside the train. That was the last stack station at that at that time. Hey, stop it stab wounds and about his neck and torso. Officials say all four victims appear to be homeless. Today. It's the great American race. The Daytona 500 in Florida about 30,000 fans are expected. This is ABC News. Sex.
"michelle france" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"News radio 8 40. Wh E s top story is the impeachment trial in Washington In the first few hours of opening arguments, former President Trump's dispense attorneys focusing on the president's words at the rally on the day the U. S Capitol siege, saying he would not have incited violence and accused House Democrats of taking his words and video out of contacts, Defense Attorney David Show in the House managers. Proud of their work on the snap impeachment stage, numerous photo shoots of their preparations. The defense also presented edited video of Democrats using the word fight at rallies, saying that along with other rhetoric, it's protected under free speech legal analyst Dan Abrams. Typically you will hear the prosecutors say, Look at the totality of the picture. Look at the whole story here together, and that will lead you on Lee. One conclusion. And while defense attorneys will very often isolate a single item and say, are you going to convict based on that attorneys expected to wrap up their case later today with continuing coverage, the impeachment try Ally Michelle France and ABC News members of Louisville's immigrant community rolled up their sleeves and got a shot of covert 19 vaccine this morning. They were joined by city officials. Man governor Bashir at the mass vaccination sided Broadbent arena to encourage other immigrants and minorities to get the vaccine. Kevin you sank up is a native of Rwanda. What? I'm being taken advantage of this. Just for the circle off.
"michelle france" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jeff money in the KT. Our newsroom Here is our top stories. Trump on trial, as expected, the defense team for former President Trump quickly wrapped up their initial presentation in the second Trump impeachment trial. And they are now in a break in the Senate, preparing for question and answers sessions that will be directed at both the defense and the House Impeachment managers, the latest from ABC Defense attorneys representing former president Trump wrapped their arguments a short time ago, calling on senators to acquit Trump on the charge of inciting the insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. Trump attorney Bruce Castor says his words are protected under free speech but also did not lead to the violent violent criminals were assembling at the Capitol over a mile away, almost an hour before the president uttered a single word. On the lips. You did not hear that fact. During the hours and hours of the House managers presentation, Did you? Trump's legal team showing edited videos of Democrats using similar words like fight at rallies and in interviews, accusing House managers of withholding unseen video they presented in the past two days. Senior aide to the House impeachment managers called that false, telling ABC News quote the Trump team was given the full trial record, including all video and audio used prior to the start of the trial with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. Michelle France, and ABC News will continue to monitor the afternoon session in the Senate, where questions and answers will be conducted with both the House impeachment managers. And the Trump defense team and we'll bring you highlights throughout the afternoon on Katie A are the two year old girl who was kidnapped by her father yesterday has been found safe. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says they found Aurora per trin and taken her father into custody and CSO detectives say Tyler Garbett does not have custody of the girl but took her yesterday from her mother in south Phoenix.
"michelle france" Discussed on KGO 810
"We have Yes, we have a safe and effective vaccine. And I think that's something that I want to encourage everyone to feel confident. Talk to your healthcare provider. Talk to someone who is trusted. Um, but I want to encourage everyone that this vaccine is safe and effective. And we are so fortunate. And I'm so glad that you were with us today. Dr. Burke Harris. Thank you so much for joining us and once again Congratulations on your position. House trial managers in the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump this hour, releasing new video, some of the graphic from the U. S siege at the Capitol, saying it shows that Trump inside of the insurrection. Trial managers, Stacey Plaskett, He fanned the flame of violence and it worked. You'll see this over time. These very groups and individuals whose violence the president praised Helped lead the attack on January 6 released dispatch and video of Capitol police calls for Help is the mob of Trump supporters stormed the building, killing one officer. You're practically a riot. 13 49 hours declaring it a riot house managers say the mob was searching for Vice President Mike Pence. Also, who was the president had called upon on the rally to stop Congress from certifying the votes. Trump's legal team will get equal time in the coming days to present their case with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial. Michelle France and ABC News G.
"michelle france" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"News, traffic and weather. Use radio 700. W L. Jealousy Cincinnati the first day of the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, this is the four o'clock report. I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now the lead prosecutor in the second impeachment trial of the former president says Donald Trump must be held accountable for the January attacked by a mob on the U. S. Capitol. Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin, insisting that the trial now underway is constitutional. How sleep manager and Democratic representative Jamie Raskin getting emotional as he presented evidence in the impeachment trial of former president Trump recalling the day he and hundreds of his congressional colleagues were sheltering at the U. S Capitol is a mob of Trump supporters stormed the building. Our new chaplain got up instead of prayer for us, and we were told To put our gas masks on. And then there was a sound I will never forget. Sound of pounding on the door like a battering ram. Trump's attorney, Bruce Castor, challenged the constitutionality in his argument, saying the president is protected under free speech but denounced the violence at the U. S. Capitol in January. 6 happened on January 6th. And the storming. Breaching of the capital. His Should be denounced in the most Vigorous terms. Both sides get 16 hours and all to present their arguments with continuing coverage. The impeachment try Ally Michelle, France and ABC News. Let's check your drive now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC health Traffic Center. You see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program visit you see health.
"michelle france" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is always always first on Arizona's new station, K T a R news. Now it's 1 30 on Jeff Munn. Here's Our top stories. Trump on trial. Is it constitutional to impeach a president who is no longer in office? That's being debated today on the first day of the second impeachment trial in the Senate, the latest from ABC. How sleep manager and Democratic representative Jamie Raskin getting emotional as he presented evidence in the impeachment trial of former president Trump recalling the day he and hundreds of his congressional colleagues were sheltering at the U. S Capitol is a mob of Trump supporters stormed the building. Our new chaplain got up instead of prayer for us, and we were told To put our gas masks on. And then there was a sound I will never forget. Sound of pounding on the door like a battering ram. Trump's attorney, Bruce Castor, challenged the constitutionality in his argument, saying the president is protected under free speech but denounced the violence at the U. S. Capitol in January. 6 happened on January 6th. And the storming breaching of the capital. Yes. Should be denounced in the most Vigorous term, so sides get 16 hours and all to present their arguments with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial on Michelle France and ABC News.
"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"Trials against the virus. But Dr Dan Baroque who led the design effort, said those trials were carried out at a different time in trials for Fizer modern his vaccines pandemic Today is a much more complex pandemic than it was several months. Ago. So the trials conducted now are really very different Ballgame than child's, conducted last fall points out there is no hospitalization and deaths in the group of people who got the vaccine. He said. He's optimistic about an emergency use authorization. Brian Clark ABC News, The FDA has scheduled a February 26 hearing on Johnson and Johnson's request for emergency use authorization. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins in earnest next week and one of the Democratic lawmakers arguing the case against him will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle France and explains Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump. But she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always King for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Michelle, France and ABC News. The search is intensifying for two young brothers who disappeared from their backyard in California almost seven weeks ago in an exclusive interview with ABC, the boy's adoptive family, saying they are being targeted with threats. ABC Zorin SHAWL reports The boys were adopted in 2019 and disappeared late December the adopted parents, saying they last saw them in their backyard. Came inside house searched.
As Trump prosecutor, Rep. Stacey Plaskett gets her say on impeachment
"Trump's second impeachment trial begins in earnest next week and one of the Democratic lawmakers arguing the case against him will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle France and explains Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump. But she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always King for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Michelle, France and ABC News.
"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"Trials against the virus. But Dr Dan Baroque who led the design effort, said those trials were carried out at a different time in trials for Fizer modern his vaccines pandemic Today is a much more complex pandemic than it was several months. Ago, so trials conducted now are really very different Ballgame than trials conducted last fall points out there was no hospitalization and deaths in the group of people who got the vaccine. He said. He's optimistic about an emergency use authorization. Brian Clark ABC News, The FDA has scheduled a February 26 hearing on Johnson and Johnson's request for emergency use authorization. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial begins in earnest next week and one of the Democratic lawmakers arguing the case against him will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle France and explains Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S Virgin Islands. She couldn't participate in the House impeachment vote against former President Trump, but she still has a voice in the trial selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always late. King for space to be a part of this America and try to make it better. Even without a vote. Representative Plaskett will also be the only black woman in the Senate chamber next week when she helps present evidence to senators who will vote whether to convict the former president. On the charge. He incited an insurrection at the U. S. Capitol Michelle, France and ABC News. The search is intensifying for two young brothers who disappeared from their backyard in California almost seven weeks ago in an exclusive interview with ABC, the boy's adoptive family, saying they are being targeted with threats. ABC Zorin Shell reports The boys were adopted in 2019 and disappeared late December the adopted parents, saying they last saw them in their backyard. Came inside house.
"michelle france" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Powell. The Earth is round two plus two equals four. Joe Biden, Kamila Harris one these Air fax. The lawsuit said The defendants knew it but pushed Alli Smartmatic said its officers received death threats. Clients panicked and its reputation was irreparably harmed. The lawsuit seeks nearly $3 billion in damages. Aaron Qatar SKI ABC News New York's afternoon later on the House Democrats will vote on whether GOP freshman congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green should be removed from committee assignment. Republican Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene says she no law Her supports extremist conspiracy theories like you and on was allowed to believe things that weren't true, and I would ask questions questions about them and talk about them. And that is absolutely what I regret. House Rules Committee chairman and Democrat Jim McGovern says Greens comments are too little too late. I didn't hear anybody apologize or retract the anti Semitic and Islamophobic remarks. Have been made that have been posted over and over and over again was Michelle's. The ABC News Washington President Joe Biden, making his first visit to the statement, Art department today saying he'll focus on diplomacy to rebuild morale and restore US relations abroad. Any of these values have come under intense pressure. In recent years. Even pushed to the brink in the last few weeks. American people are going to emerge from this moment stronger. More determined and better equipped to unite the world in fighting to defend democracy. Michelle, France and ABC News from.
"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"Station Co. Moh news coming upon couple Amazon plans another mass vaccination pop up. I'm Brian Calvert with what we know about where And when. First in UPDATE from ABC at the White House today, President Biden set to sign executive orders focused on expanding health care to Americans struggling in this pandemic. Many shut out due to losing their jobs. Another wave of jobless claims filed just last week and we're getting a look at how hard it's hit the economy in the past year. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter Ski the U. S economy grew at a 4% annual rate in the final three months of 2020 but shrank overall last year by the largest amount since World War two. The pandemic, plunge the country into a recession and left tens of millions of Americans unemployed. Another 847,000 workers filed new claims for unemployment benefits for the first time last week. New coronavirus cases are starting to show a decline nationwide, but new variants are still posing risks. The mutant, first identified in South Africa has now reached the U. S. With two cases diagnosed in South Carolina. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy meeting with former President Trump Today in Florida, trying to fix cracks within the Republican Party following the assault on the Capitol Michelle France and ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning It's 10 31 in four Tom Hudler today I'm Taylor Vance Ice. Now the top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. There's where the state make be close to relaxing some of the coronavirus restrictions that are in place right now Co most Charlie Harder has a preview he Everett Herald reports. There's a possibility some of the states regions will be allowed to meet three out of the four metrics on the healthy Washington guidelines, instead of the current four out of four that would enable those regions to have the coronavirus restrictions loosened. Governor Jay Inslee has a press conference scheduled for later this afternoon. And he was asked if he had any announcements about it this morning. Not in this hour, but stay tuned. Stay tuned. As we learn more. We'll let you know Charlie Harker come O'Neill's and just from our own experience. We know the governor likes to hold press conferences in the two or three o'clock hour, so we'll keep our eyes up. Calling its first event a major success, Amazon has announced it's going to hold a second pop up vaccination clinic. Como's Brian Calvert has more this past Sunday. The event successfully vaccinated 2400 people in just one day and was held in conjunction with Virginia.
"michelle france" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In Washington last week does not constitute Unimpeachable offense. We haven't gone through the process for for 11 imperious, important thing, You know, he's gonna be out of office in a week. This happened one week ago has been Chabot on with our own Eddie and rocky this afternoon as debate has been held on the floor of the House of Representatives debate on impeachment, starting to wrap up on the House floor week after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U. S. Capitol leading to deadly violence. Democratic Congresswoman Barbara Lee January 6 Donald Trump inside His white nationalist supporters to initiate an attempted coup against the heart of our democracy. The United States Capitol. This heinous act of domestic terrorism demands that Congress acted. Remove this president. A handful of Republican congressmen, including Dan Newhouse says he'll vote yes, articles of impeachment are flawed. I will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for President Trump's actions. And a week later, the White House issuing a statement from the president, urging no future violence, lawbreaking and vandalism of any kind. It comes as federal agencies issued a joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC News detailing the dangerous situation in the wake of the siege, Describing violent extremists as viewing. The day is quote. Success. Michelle France and ABC News and Debate in the House ended just moments ago. Members of the House of Representatives are now currently voting on the second impeachment of President Trump. We are monitoring that situation in Washington, now the latest traffic and weather together. From the health Traffic center. Do you see Health Weight Loss center offers solutions for life changing weight loss visit you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step..
"michelle france" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Degrees in Boston at 3 30. Good afternoon on Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. House will be voting soon on a impeachment article against President Trump Debate has been taking place all day. The president earlier today, releasing a statement saying he opposes violence. Statement was right on the House floor as members were debating the impeachment read by Republican Jim Jordan president said in lights of reports of more demonstrations, I urge there being no violence, no law breaking and no vandalism of any kind. We get more now. An update from ABC on impeachment starting to wrap up on the House floor week after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U. S. Capitol leading to deadly violence. Democratic congresswoman Barbara Lee on January 6 Donald Trump incited his white nationalist supporters to initiate an attempted coup against the heart of our democracy, the United States Capitol. This heinous act of domestic terrorism demands that Congress acted. Remove this president A handful of Republican Congress men, including Dan Newhouse says he'll vote yes, articles of impeachment or flood. I will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for President Trump's actions. And a week later, the White House issuing a statement from the president, urging no future violence, lawbreaking and vandalism of any kind. It comes as federal agencies issued a joint intelligence bulletin obtained by ABC News detailing the dangerous situation in the wake of the siege, Describing violent extremists as viewing. The day is quote. Success. Michelle France and ABC News 3 31 and you have the FBI is expanding on its warning of threats to Washington, D. C in the days leading up to the inauguration, which is just a week from today and updated bulletin obtained by ABC News mentioned someone from North Carolina seen loading ammunition and preparing gear to take to Washington D. C for another attack planned on Inauguration Day. The bulletin said. The individual was there on January. 6th then plan to return with weapons, explosives, a gas mask and bulletproof equipment. Another individual from Tennessee, the bulletin said intended to return to Washington, D. C January 20th to disrupt and potentially commit acts of violence at the inauguration. Erin Kotowski, ABC NEWS New YORK 3 32 governor Charlie Baker says on Monday people who live and work in congregate care facilities in the Commonwealth will start to receive covert 19 vaccinations. It includes people in shelters, prisons and now low income, senior housing governor Baker says. Those who live and work in these sorts of facilities will start to roll up their sleeves on Monday that includes prisons there, 4500..
"michelle france" Discussed on KOMO
"Moh news and here's what's coming up Nothing new about political violence in America that some experts believe we're in dangerous territory. I'm Carleen Johnson, traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. But first ABC News had a 30 President Trump before leaving the White House for Texas to visit the border wall spoke to reporters briefly taking questions for the first time since the U. S Capitol siege. He did not take responsibility for the mob of Trump supporters who stormed the capital last week, leading to five death catalyzed by speech, in my words and my final paragraph my final sentence and everybody took the key thought it was totally appropriate. The president also says We want no violence, but with days left before the inauguration, police and federal law enforcement Say they're trying to track down violent threats. He also blamed Democrats for launching another impeachment, saying it is a further quote. Witch hunt. House Democrats are moving forward with impeaching Trump with insurrection, but first the House is scheduled to vote tonight, calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Over 19 vaccinations ramping up around states, with more doses being deployed. It comes his cases and hospitalizations continue to search. I'm Michelle France and ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7, It's 8 31 right now. And thanks for starting your day with the comb, Oh, morning news. We continue to see rain here in downtown Seattle or in the form of showers. At times. It's now 51 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time. Manda Factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center, Seattle's Reppert Sedative in the U. S House has tested positive for covert 19 per village. Ia Paul's office says she believes she was exposed when the Capitol building was placed in lockdown and members of Congress were herded into a secure room. Many in the room were Republicans and they refused to wear masks. Giant Paul says the exposure could have happened at that time, and she issued a statement saying our lives and our livelihood czar at risk. And anyone who refuses to wear a mask should be fully held accountable. We also got word last hour that a third Democrat that was in that room has now tested positive for the coronavirus. It's representative of Brad Schneider from Illinois. Maybe she mentioned the FBI is warning about plans for armed protests in all 50 state capitals And in Washington, D. C leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration and internal FBI bulletin warns the nationwide protests may start later this week and extend through January. 20th. The Washington State Fusion Center works with federal and local agencies on counterterrorism, and Lieutenant Kurt Boyle says they're gathering intelligence. We have to make sure that if we see something that's a media threat, we can get it to the right people as quickly as possible. With the most accurate information. We only have one chance to get it right. The FBI says it respects the rights of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights. And his focus is on those threatening their safety and the safety of other citizens with violence and destruction of property. The public has no access to the state Capitol in person during the legislative session that began yesterday, only virtual access is possible. It's because of the pandemic, and that has some advocates for open government and transparency concerned. Glen Morgan is a Thurston County journalist and a conservative activist for property rights and open government. Transparency of government effectively access to government by average people. Or people who used to trying to be down there being activist. I think that no good thing happens. It's just more of an insider scheme more than normal, and that's I'm afraid with the session's gonna be about organ says only allowing the virtual testimony will disenfranchise a lot of people. Large demonstrations have captured headlines across the country over the last year, including last week's deadly take over and that the nation's capital and one Northwest political science professor says this has been building for years more from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson last week's right at the U. S. Capitol shocked most people, but experts say an increase in political violence began years ago. We are seeing a small uptick regardless of what happened in the capital last week, but the big change actually was from 2017 to about 2019 Jim Morrison. Civic University political science professor and spoke with our partner station K to that unite the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was one of them. They have been doing right and left wing protests a regular occurrence in Portland and other cities following the Black lives matter, protests More sites. Recent polling that shows acceptance of political violence as a means to an end from both sides. I become involved in political violence against them. They then respond and we go back and forth. More, says periods of political violence tend to be cyclical. The question right now is have we seen the worst of it. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. It's a 34 and coming up. I'm Brian Calvert, with the tribal leaders facing pushback and young deaths as they try to vaccinate against Cove it now traffic.
"michelle france" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Charges in connection with the storming of the U. S. Capitol. ABC is Aaron Qatar Scheme. Jacob Chan's Lee was allegedly seen in photographs dressed in horn so bare skin headdress and face paint while carrying a spear. The Arizona man was taken into custody and charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct. Adam Johnson of Florida was charged with illegally entering restricted grounds and theft since he was allegedly seen carrying a lectern from the office of the speaker of the House. Derrick Evans, a newly elected state legislator from West Virginia was charged with unlawful entry after he recorded himself shouting We're in! We're in! Derrick Evans is in the capital. Federal law enforcement officials have advised police agencies and state capitals to increase their security had state houses around the country. Bill O'Reilly rebuking his longtime friend, President Trump, the former Fox News host, tweeted President Trump's failure to tamp down the angry protestors supporting him in Washington has destroyed his legacy. This is ABC News Are the kids all right? Some teachers are using this week's deadly rampage on Capitol Hill as a classroom lesson. Adults are still trying to make sense of the violence that unfolded at the U. S. Capitol. Some teachers, sir, now saying they let students learn about history as it unfolded senior in high school for 9 11 and our principal ordered a television radio computer blackouts and I always felt as a student that we were denied an opportunity to essentially watch history unfold. That's Alabama 10th grade teacher, Blake bus Been, he says he allowed his students to watch urging them to write about what they were feeling. Creative Home 51 poem entitled today at the Capitol, Michelle France and ABC News. Pope Francis, in an interview, said he was astonished by the attack at the Capitol, adding that the movement must be condemned, regardless of the people. Fire in a government run hospital in western India, killing 10 Infants. Seven were rescued that fire caused by an electrical short circuit Lionel Moyes, ABC news Have you ever thought about saying good bye to your job? Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, A 39 year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the only one that had real long term potential, he bought it. Right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next billion dollar success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home, we'll grab a pen because I'm about to.
CDC calls for universal mask wearing as cases surge
"Peaked yet, along with big cities, rule towns now getting hit the hardest in Kansas. Chuck Welch, VP of Hutchinson Regional health system, says they're overwhelmed when we started planning months ago for worst case scenario. We're now living in health officials, warning that the weeks ahead will be critical and are urging Americans to wear masks and social distance. The CDC telling Americans 65 older to stay home altogether. Michelle France and ABC News Co. Moh news
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris announce first cabinet picks of their administration
"Formally announced seen his choices to feel foreign and domestic positions in the Biden Harris administration. Some will be breaking ground as firsts, including Homeland security nominee Alejandro My Occurs, who would be the first Latino and immigrant to head the department. Averil Haines would be the first woman to head national intelligence have confirmed hope these outstanding nominees received a prompt eerie And that we can work across the aisle in good faith to move forward for the country. Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris calling on lawmakers and the nation to unite from it's divisive politics and in the battle against Dependent President elect Bagman I have long known That when we were elected, we would inherit a syriza of unprecedented challenges upon walking into the White House. Addressing these challenges starts with getting this pandemic under control, National security at home and abroad along without a nice special envoy to climate. Also priorities of this administration. Michelle France and ABC
Trump campaign launches legal challenges to vote counts
"Officials continue to count ballots surge of absentee and mail and ballots due to this pandemic, taking more time to to finalize finalize in in a a handful handful of of battleground battleground states states in in Georgia Georgia election election officials officials could could finalize finalize their their count count later later today, today, attorneys attorneys from from the the Trump Trump campaign, campaign, meantime, meantime, filing filing lawsuits lawsuits across across states, states, including including in Georgia, ABC, Steve Austin, Sami is in Atlanta. On. One Legal challenge Republican poll watcher from out of state had alleged that she saw one of the poll workers put a pile of ballots. Absentee ballots that came in after the deadline put them in the pile of ballots that were Legal and that poll worker essentially prompted this lawsuit. A A judge judge has has thrown thrown out out the the lawsuit, lawsuit, and and that's that's really really so so far far the the only only case case that that the the Trump Trump administration administration is is brought brought to to the the state state of of Georgia Georgia in in Nevada. Nevada. Election Election officials officials say say they they may may not not have have a a final tally until later this week or weekend That could raise some tensions across the country, where protests have taken shape in some cities, with continuing coverage. Michelle France and
Presidential polls: Races tighten in most battleground states
"And Trump's chance is there's still a lot of votes to be counted. The governor Doug Ducey of Arizona, believes that there's enough votes out there that could make a difference given where they're coming from. Second. He's gotta keep his eye on the ball in Pennsylvania because that's a must win state for him now the Biden campaign holding a briefing a short time ago, saying Biden leads them in the majority of states. And that they expect some counting to wrap up in several key states. Today. Michelle France and ABC News News 1000 FM 97 7 It's 8 31 right now Thursday
The U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 200,000
"200,000 Americans dead since March due to Corona virus Today near the Washington Memorial. 20,000 flags laid visually represent lives lost. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was there splats are indicative not only of the lives lost That the families left behind and suffering the lingering effects of the pandemic. Also taking a toll for many less than a month ago, this Dallas area 15 year old posted a video. Oh, my name is hands and saying, And this is my Mandela. He seemed fine. But days later he took his own life for teens. It's a pandemic within a pandemic. They're not saying there appears they're not saying their friend, pediatrician Anisha Abraham says teens are suffering justice. Their parents are more young people are feeling that sense of Helplessness and uncertainty in isolation. The National Alliance on Metal Health Illness Help line has seen a 65% increase in calls and emails since March. Jim Ryan ABC News September is National Suicide prevention Month, Michelle France and ABC News staggering statistics
COVID-19 cases and fatalities continue to rise across US
"Transition to a AH Wai system that is based on way to replace what we've talked about approximately 70% wage replacement. Democrats also have to review any bill lawmakers could unveil it Monday. Michelle France, an ABC News Theseventy average of newcomer, 19 cases in the U. S doubling when it was just a month ago, 18 states have said a single day record for the number of new cases just in the past week. Seven day average is more than 66,000. It was 31,000 back on June 24th. The number of hospitalizations and deaths are now climbing. It's well, Dexter, also increasing in 30 states. More than 4.1 million in the US have tested positive for cocaine. 19 in over 146,000 have died.
SpaceX delays dramatic Crew Dragon abort test
"One small step for man one giant leap towards a manned mission private aerospace company SpaceX launching another rocket tomorrow A. B. C.'s Michelle France it has more standing down that was the message tweeted Saturday by SpaceX the crew dragon major safety test window now set for Sunday morning the private spaceflight company will simulate a failure on this on manta mission that will test the escape systems in the capsule for astronauts the crew dragon will be used to shuttle astronauts back and forth eventually to the international space station if all goes well with this abort test a manned mission is the next