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"michelle franzen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 .7. Stay connected, stay informed. Good afternoon It's 1231, I'm Taylor VanCise. Now our top stories from our 24 -7 news center. A goal of almost zero and thank you for joining us here. Northwest News Radio's Corwin Hank reports the so -called partnership for zero is shutting down. With high hopes The King County Regional Homelessness Authority launched the pilot program in May of last year. The authorities former CEO Mark Dones noted at the time about a thousand people live unsheltered in downtown Seattle. That is unacceptable. People deserve better. They deserve to know that their community cares about them and is doing everything in its power to make sure that they have the resources that they need to define the pathways into housing. So far pathways have emerged for only 231 individuals and in May Dones was abruptly ousted. Now partnership for zeros funding is running out and in Dones's absence the Homelessness Authority is shuttering the program. It's a blow not only for the who many remain unhoused but for dozens of paid staff members who will be laid off. Many have what the program calls lived experience with homelessness. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. A gun rights group is suing Attorney General Bob Ferguson and wants the case moved to what could be a friendlier court. More from Northwest News Radio's Jeff Pojala. The Second Amendment Foundation headed by conservative activist Alan Gottlieb long has clashed with the AG's office. This latest fight is over an investigation into the Foundation's finances and other activities by the AG's Consumer Protection Division. The Foundation accuses the Attorney General's office of targeting them because of their views on guns. They want the case moved to a state court hoping they'll get a more expeditious and even favorable ruling. It may or may not be an assurance of a friendlier court but we've been able to do quite a bit of litigation there successfully. That spokesman Dave Workman in a statement the Attorney General's office did not specifically address the lawsuit but did say they are undefeated against the Second Amendment Foundation in court. Jeff Pojal on Northwest News Radio. First lady Dr. Jill Biden to is pay going a visit to the hutch this week. Dr. Biden arriving in Seattle tomorrow night then on Friday she'll head to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and highlight the importance of supporting cancer survivors through specialized care and research. Biden will Then travel to LA on Saturday. Coming up after traffic and weather. Highway two would be a death trap in a major fire like they had on Maui. That assessment from locals who want traffic improvements now. I'm Carleen Johnson. Northwest News Radio is your home for breaking news and traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours. At 1234 here's Kimmy Klein in the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. In Tukwila we are dealing with some emergency road work happening right now. Southbound 405 of the West Valley Highway. to find You're going that right lane blocked by work crews and it's causing delays from Talbot Road out of Renton but also a northbound 7 for about a half a mile approaching that 405 interchange. That's also jammed up but things on Southbound 405 are also just busy right now around Coal Creek Parkway and right up the Kenny Dell Hill approaching Sunset Boulevard. Our floating bridges are still looking great between Bellevue and Seattle but there is an accident on the ramp from Montlake Boulevard to Westbound 520 right at the top of the ramp and it's partially blocking that so it's really backing up Southbound Montlake Boulevard from the U Village. Southbound I -5 also rolling slower between Northgate and Mercer Street and a little bit more just passing I -90 otherwise you're good to go all through Federal Way just a minor delay seen though around the Fife Carve on Southbound I -5 from Porter Way to the 54th Avenue exit. This report is sponsored by Qdoba Mexican Eats it's finally here National Queso Day to celebrate Qdoba is away giving a free large side of three cheese queso with your entree to drip your burrito use the code word drip at participating locations or online. Your next Northwest traffic at 1244. A forecast now sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services here's Como4 meteorologist Kristin Clark. A dry north breeze and
"michelle franzen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"South of Riverside ABC's Michelle Franzen. Emergency Astify calls as after deputies the located crash captured the plane. on The NTSB now in charge of finding out what went wrong. It is the second plane crash in the past week near the regional airport. On July 4th a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff killing one and injuring three others. The attorney and civil rights activist Ben Crump at a rally for family the of a Florida woman who was shot and killed by her white neighbor during an argument last month in front of her children. The neighbors charges include manslaughter. That crack in one of the beams of the rollercoaster at North Carolina's Carowinds amusement park was likely visible for a week up until they closed the ride a week ago says State Labor Department's investigation. Labor Commissioner Josh Dobson. Typically we do them in February. We had four contractors spend 8 to 10 hours out there on site in February and other than a few signage issues which they readily corrected. We didn't see any deficiencies focusing on repairing diplomatic relations between two economic superpowers while trying to protect American business interests. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen continuing her four day trip to China. ABC's Britt Clennett in Beijing. Her most important meeting was today hammering out a working relationship with her new Chinese counterpart. That's Vice Premier Her He Li Fang in talks which both sides really want to be a kind of stabilizing force and her today with a rare reference to the Chinese spy balloon incident calling it a pity. Marking the 100th day of the war against the Russian invasion, Ukrainian President Zelensky praising his country's soldiers in a video from Black Sea Islands Snake Island, a symbol of Ukraine's resilience. You're listening to ABC News. Have you googled yourself lately? Are there negative posts from an ex -employee or from a former client? an Maybe outdated news article or sensitive personal information about your family. Search engines don't always it get right, but right or wrong, it's your reputation on the line. That's where Reputation Defender by Norton comes in. One of the most trusted names in online reputation repair. Reputation Defender has been fixing people's search results for over 15 years. Their cutting edge approaches help you to wipe away unwanted information in your search results. They also promote the good stuff so that it rises to the you top, put your best foot forward. Your good name is too valuable to leave to the whims of a Google algorithm. Take control with Reputation Defender. You can start by getting your free reputation report card at reputation defender .com or call 800 401 6681 to speak to an expert. That's 800 401 6681. Though health officials say your sense of getting this is small, they say take precautions. Use bug spray. ABC's Dave Packer. threat The of malaria here in the U .S. is growing. Florida health officials have reported two new cases of locally acquired malaria in Sarasota County. Two weeks ago, four other people in Florida and one in Texas were found to have the mosquito borne illness. Now we learn of this big buildup, but nothing about what exactly they were expecting. China has sent 13 aircraft and six vessels around Taiwan as the U .S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen was visiting Beijing. Taiwan said its land -based missile systems were prepared to respond. ABC's Lama Hassan. A solar storm forecast for Thursday is expected to give sky gazers in 17 American states a chance to glimpse the northern lights. The colorful sky show happens when solar wind hits the atmosphere. Some of the states are Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, meeting ahead of a summit on protecting the Amazon rainforest, Brazil's and Colombia's presidents. This will no longer be just the stuff of comic books, animated cartoons and movies, says ABC's Jim Ryan. Flying cars are a step closer to reality. The FAA has granted a California company permission to test fly its model in a public demonstration. Alla Feronautics hopes to have the car on the market by late 2025 a $300 with ,000 price tag. This is ABC News. Solving mysteries is hard. Streaming them isn't. We need to know what happens. There's someone else pulling the strings here. This month, get in touch with your inner detective and stream the best selection of British mysteries during Mystery Month on BritBox. That is interesting. Watch entire series of fan favorites, including the newest seasons of Luther, Silent Witness, Father Brown, Vera, and more. My lips are sealed. No one does mystery
"michelle franzen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The state legislature is taking a hard look at lead exposure from everyday products and the troubling impacts on children. I'm John libertini. First, ABC News covers our world at 2 o'clock. From ABC News, I'm Michelle franzen. Across Europe tonight a show of solidarity with Ukraine as it marks one year since Russia launched a full scale invasion, Paris lit its famed Eiffel Tower in the colors of blue and yellow and London held a vigil. ABC's Patrick REvil is in Kyiv where there are both resolve and concern. I was here on the day of the invasion a year ago, and since then, Ukraine morale has always been this fierce determination to throw the Russians back. And with the battlefield successes that they've had, it's only really grown. And your polls show that the majority of Ukrainians believe that Ukraine will defeat Russia in the long run. They say that this is a decisive period of the war, they're preparing for a counter offensive in the spring, and they say that if they were continued to receive western weapons, they believe they can, liberate their territory and inflict a true defeat on Russia. On Russia's Veterans Day, president Putin claimed at a rally that new super fast missiles are ready to be deployed. A key finding in the preliminary report issued by the NTSB investigating the toxic train derailment in east palestin, Ohio, in TSB chair, Jennifer hominid says overheated wheel bearings likely led to the derailment and triggered two initial alarms before the critical alarm went off. She says the crew followed standard procedures in place. Was it too late by the time they were notified of 253°F and is that something that should be set by the government? I will tell you that had there been a detector earlier. It would not have that derailment may not have occurred. Transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg visited the derailment site
"michelle franzen" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Their worst performance so far this year, investors reacting to new quarterly earnings reports out from Home Depot and Walmart, the Dow shed nearly 700 points. ABC's Michelle franzen has more. The sell off on stocks followed signals from Home Depot and Walmart in their quarterly earnings projected a slowdown later this year as shoppers change their spending patterns. Matthew Michigan, with John Hancock investment management, says consumers are feeling the pinch of rising interest rates. What this means to consumers is higher borrowing costs. So higher mortgage rates, higher credit card interest rates, higher auto loan interest rates. It comes as the fed is weighing another possible hike in interest rates next month. Michelle franzen ABC News. A $100 million wrongful death lawsuit is being filed some 58 years after the assassination of Malcolm X, Lisa G reports. Attorney Ben crump said the civil rights leader's family is suing the city of New York, the state of New York, the FBI, and CIA. To make sure that some measure of justice can be given to Malcolm X's daughters. The family is accusing the city state and government agencies of concealing evidence. Malcolm X was fatally shot while speaking at the Audubon ballroom in Washington heights. Meantime, two men convicted of killing Malcolm X works a year and a half ago. Lisa G, NBC News radio, New York. Northwest traffic from the high performance homes traffic center. In Seattle on southbound I 5
Cuomo Is Under Criminal Investigation and Facing Legal Jeopardy
"Craig Apple says Governor Andrew Cuomo could face a possible misdemeanor charge. It follows a criminal complaint filed against him by a former New York state employee. She alleges the governor groped her at the governor's mansion in 2020. I cannot get into the nature Of her specific allegations at this time. Obviously, we're in the very infant stages of this investigation. We have a lot of fact finding to do we have interviews to conduct Sheriff Apple says no reports will be released to the public, he says. Authorities sat with the woman and her attorney for an hour on Thursday. Cuomo has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct. Michelle Franzen ABC News and I'm Rob Carpenter, Your next update at the bottom of the hour news radio
Amazon Prime Day 2021 Shopping Tips
"Is back to kick off the summer season. Here's a B CS Michelle Franzen. Like most of everything else last year, Amazon Prime Day had to adapt to the pandemic. The annual online shopping event was pushed to October this year. It's back for 48 hours, summer run in gadgets. Valentina Palladino says. The E commerce giant has made some tweaks to its bargain hunts, including early lead sales that are already going Amazon has these sales called lightning deals that usually show you how long on the product page the deal. The deal is going to last. Just like with holiday shopping. It's good to make a list and a budget using Amazon's tools to your advantage can really help you. Michelle Franzen, ABC News
"michelle franzen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News. I'm Michelle Franzen. One year after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis while in police custody, there are renewed calls for police reform. A national bill named after Floyd has already passed the house. But negotiations are ongoing. In the Senate members of the Floyd family met with President Biden today at the White House Afterwards. Floyd's nephew, Brandon Williams, among those who spoke, he says the president remained optimistic Congress will act even if it wasn't passed by today. He's not happy about it not being made. But all in all, he just wants to feel to be right and meaningful and that he holds George's biggest and take in Minneapolis. Tributes and flowers now fill the site where Floyd down a moment of silence being held for nine minutes and 29 seconds in Minnesota, the amount of time that former officer Derrick show Vin held his knee on George Floyd's neck one year ago today at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis, the intersection of 38 Street in Chicago, where Floyd died. Silence being broken by chance right now, during this trying to be a song impossible right now. Marco Malard. ABC News Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, speaking out about House representative Margie Taylor, Greens comments likening mask wearing and vaccine cards to the Holocaust. He called her comments quote reprehensible in a tweet, the freshman congresswoman from Georgia making inflammatory and offensive statements. About a House Cove in 19 safety rules requiring masks on the House floor, liking them to the treatment of Jews and Nazi Germany. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. These are sickening, reprehensible comments and she should stop this vile language immediately. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, calling the Comets appalling, saying it belittles the greatest atrocity committed in the history. I could. Joshy ABC NEWS Washington And mixed on the Dow today. Down, closing down, you're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John Byrne Iz a tuo to with your top local stories there now 15 California counties in the least restrictive yellow tear within Io and Mariposa counties advancing this week. Yellow tier status allows for the further reopening of indoor restaurants, gyms and movie theaters and 50% capacity. Indoor bars can now operate at 25% capacity, Mur said, and plaster counties air moving from red into the orange tear. No counties air moving backward this week, eight counties remain in the red substantial risk category, including Sacramento, San Joaquin and Stanislas in the Central Valley and Solano in the Bay Area. The Sacramento City Council is just approved a new approach to enforcing the laws against illegal fireworks. It's called the social Host ordinance. It means you can face a fine if anyone at your house uses illegal fireworks. Jason Lee is Sacramento City Fire Marshal. Whatever officers would just need of a visual verification that a firework has left the ground and or exploded. And then we would be able to document that and issue a citation via mail to the register property owner or to the property responsible, safe and sane. Fireworks are okay. But the new ordinance also says they're illegal after 11 p.m. in the city and our only legal for a few days leading up to and including the fourth, A few professional firework shows have been scheduled in the region this year. Most were canceled last year. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana has riding my batteries, plus bold saying right now westbound 80 Madison Avenue East on Route Report of multi tombs and copper wiring in the number three lane county left to right traffic hands. It also westbound 50 to harbor Boulevard de on Ramp may have a vehicle there in the number one lane, at least partially blocking. There's gotta watch out for and jealousy South and I five kind of heavy getting out of the downtown area and onto eastbound 50 batteries..
"michelle franzen" Discussed on KGO 810
"From ABC News on Michelle Franzen, President Biden on the ground in Michigan this hour and home to automakers. The president trying to Rev up support for infrastructure proposal is visiting the Ford Electric vehicle plant ahead of the automaker. Rolling out an electric version of its F 1 50 pickup truck. Mr Biden will take a tour and deliver remarks he'll be promoting his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, which includes a $174 billion investment in Elek. Vehicles, including funding for a half a million charging stations across the nation. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, White House says the president spoke to Israel's prime minister earlier expressing support for a ceasefire. But the fighting between Israeli forces and Hamas appears to be far from over A B C's Jordana Miller is in Jerusalem Israel is continuing to intensely bomb Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip that is President Biden calls for a cease fire the Israel Defense Forces says it struck Hamas rocket launch pad. Had Navy sites and the network of underground tunnels with the militant group uses to move arms and fighters. The death toll in Gaza now tops 200, including 60 miners, heartbreaking scenes of parents amid the rubble, weeping over the loss of their Children every day. Gazans caught in the crossfire. Georgiana Miller, ABC NEWS Jerusalem Tensions also building in Israel. Palestinians across Israel and the occupied territories are striking today against Israel's policies. Covert 19 cases continue to drop, with all 50 states showing declines as more Americans get vaccinated. New studies show those doses or effective against variants identified so far Chief White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci. Today's briefing. Individuals were vaccinated with the M R in a including elderly individuals. Maintained, binding and functional Anybody's again against a wide range of various year listening to.
100 Million in U.S. Now Fully Vaccinated, but Resistance Remains
"Now fully vaccinated against covert 19. The U. S now has three vaccines and more than enough supply. But some health experts warn getting to herd immunity word of people are vaccinated. To get things back to normal is getting harder. ABC is Michelle Franzen more than a third of US adults now fully vaccinated, but health experts are running into a new hurdle. Vaccine hesitancy. Dr Paul off. A director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, says recent safety concerns over the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine. I have factored in that says the rare risks don't outweigh benefits. If you take a theoretical million people, for example, with the J and J vaccine would have a severe blood clot. It would be about one per million resident take a theoretical million people who are infected with coded 5000 will die and many would be left with permanent harm. So these vaccines still the benefits outweigh their risk. Michelle Franzen ABC News today was the original deadline
Navajo Nation Issues Weekend Stay-at-Home Order
"Reservation to remain extra cautious. Despite vaccinations increasing around the country. The pandemic is keeping its grip several states, including Michigan, dealing with the surgeon cases. This weekend, the Navajo nation issuing a stay at home order for the tribe's reservation, located in parts of New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. That order announced after more than two dozen New cove in 19 cases were confirmed, along with the first case of the more contagious variant, first identified in California coronavirus cases Top 30,000 on the reservation. More than 170,000 live within the boundaries. Michelle Franzen ABC News We want to tell you about a new fake I D. That's apparently been surfacing details from
Tiger Woods was speeding before SUV crash in Los Angeles area
"News on Michelle Franzen authorities in Los Angeles County, releasing their finding the cause of the Tiger Woods SUV crash less than two months ago, saying excessive speed was the primary cause that report found the golfing star was driving in excess of 80 MPH when he crashed on the wind the stretch of road with the speed limit set at 45 L. A County sheriff captain James Powers. There's zero breaking throughout that recording of the data recorder. And it's 99% acceleration on the pedal would sustained leg injuries. L. A county sheriff Alex be in the way of a says there were no signs of alcohol or drug use. There was no signs of impairment. Our primary concern once we obviously at the scene in the collision was his
United flight from Denver has engine failure, drops debris on neighborhoods
"International Airport After one engine failed. ABC is Michelle friends and has more United flight returned to Denver International Airport after taking off and bound for Hawaii. Theo FAA, in a statement says the Boeing 777 200 returned after experiencing a right engine failure shortly after takeoff outside Denver. In the city of Broomfield. Police confirmed debris scattered in neighborhoods, including Lar Which pieces that fell. Authorities say all passengers deplaned and were bused to the terminal. Michelle Franzen. ABC NEWS The FAA says the National Transportation
"michelle franzen" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Our country. No president has ever gone through anything like it. House manager Joseph No goose wrapping up closing arguments earlier warning not holding the former president accountable would send a dire signal cold. Hard. Truth. Is that what happened on January 6th can happen again with continuing coverage of the impeachment Try Ally Michelle Franzen, ABC News Light and fluffy snow expected to continue falling throughout the day today storm team for meteorologist Marissa will listen says that fluffy snow could still create some less than ideal conditions on the roadways. We're looking at cool temperatures, which we're looking at right now. That makes a lot of the treatment on the road less effective, too, so there could be some slick spots for an extended period of time, even though This will mainly be a lighter snow and that snow is still falling. At this hour. Lots of accidents out on the roadways will have an update in just a few minutes. Sports traffic and whether our next siding unlimited wtmj news time is 302. Tom Nichols with Meisner, Tierney, Fisher and Nichols. Some attorneys are known as negotiators, while others are recognized for their litigation skills in many that specialize in one area. Back out when the circumstances change. Our team consists of lawyers that are exceptional deal makers as well as tapped here travel injuries, but we all have broad based expertise that enables us to provide a holistic approach to solving your business problems. Close and co operative working relationships between our litigators and negotiators is unique. And it's one reason we produced nearly 200 years of favorable outcomes for our clients. Sometimes you need to negotiate a deal. And sometimes you just need to sue the guy. You'll find that the attorneys advised Attorney.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I'm Michelle Franzen. The impeachment trial getting underway centers on whether the trial is constitutional walk down and I'll be there with you. The impeachments first moment featuring former president Trump telling supporters. We're gonna walk down. Do the capital Capital House Democratic impeachment manager Jamie Raskin. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense, then there is no such thing. Trump's lawyers saying he can't be convicted since he's no longer president. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Trump Defense attorney Bruce Castor denouncing the violence and says the former president did to former president Trump Say anything. But in the Strongest possible way denounce The violence of the Writers at the White House President Biden holding meetings today on the economy he's not weighing in on the impeachment trial. Earlier at the Daily briefing, press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about whether the president's son in law and executive and health care company causes any ethical issues for the president on covert policy resident has made clear that there will be an absolute Wall between him and any business is connected with his family members on as he reiterated just last week, no family member is going to have an office in the White House or be involved in any government policy making that applies to his son in law and applies to every single member of his family. More than a year after a helicopter crash killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others, the NTSB has determined the cause of clouds. The NTSB finding pilot or is ABI in suffered from spatial disorientation without being able to see visual cues of the inner ear plays tricks on The human body, making it tough to know which way is up. The NTSB's doctor to one civilian pilot can believe that the aircraft is straight and level when it is not the NTSB, saying the crash was preventable. ABC is Alex Stone. You're listening to ABC News. Hello, my friend Pat Boone. Here If you have an IRA or 401 K when you please listen up the folks..
As Trump prosecutor, delegate gets her say on impeachment
"Impeachment trial begins Tuesday, one of the Democratic lawmakers, arguing the case will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle Franzen. Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett serves as the House delegate from the U. S. Virgin Islands selected by the House speaker as the first manager of a presidential impeachment team from a U. S territory. Virgin Islanders are always looking for space to You're 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 Supreme Court's
"michelle franzen" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Laura Schwarzenberger. She was killed during a child pornography raid in Sunrise, Florida, one of the Democratic lawmakers, arguing the case against former president Trump in his impeachment trial will be a nonvoting delegate. ABC is Michelle Friends in Congress woman, 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 looking 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 Franzen ABC NEWS This is ABC News. The European Union's hardest hit country now leads the way for vaccines there, except for older people. ABC is Megan Williams in Rome with that story after overcoming vaccine supply problems, A million Italians have now been vaccinated more than any other U country. But Italy has been slow in getting them to the over eighties because so few older people here are in assisted living. Covad data expert Matteo V. Love Clearly, many more people in Italy stay at home or a cared by the household. Part of reach out to some seven million or about 12% of Italians are expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of March. Meghan Williams ABC NEWS Rome I'll just hear a journalist Mahmoud Hussein freed from an Egyptian prison after being detained there for more than four years. Another winter storm expected to slam parts of the Northeast Tomorrow. Some areas could get 3 to 6 inches of snow. This has the Midwest deals with bitter cold.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen while lawmakers try to find common ground on a new covert 19 relief package, the federal government is also racing to ramp up vaccine shipments, including sending one million doses each week to pharmacies. Starting next week, and some good news also for Corona virus cases on the decline. Covert transmissions, hospitalizations and deaths have all begun tapering off following Ah holiday surge, But CDC director Dr Rochelle will ends, He says rates are still extraordinarily high, twice as high as the peak number of cases over the summer, she says the CDC is concerned about another opportunity for increased spread The Super Bowl, she says, people should only gather virtually or with people they live with. Mark Graham, a large ABC News, A limited number of people will be allowed to attend this Sunday. Super Bowl security, perhaps, or a major concern. In Tampa, the hometown team, the Tampa Bay Bucks and the Kansas City Chiefs will square off. Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary David Makovsky says authorities are also watching for extremists. At this time. One particular area of concern is domestic violent extremism. While there is no specific or credible threat to Super Bowl 55, it is a high profile event and security preparations are designed accordingly. The group that took part in the capital siege also has members in Canada, and now the country is treating them and other groups says terror group Canada listed the proud boys and it does another extremist groups as terrorist entities in part, public safety Minister Bill Blair said because of the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol is disturbing and concerning is as those images and those events were They also provided law enforcement and our intelligence services with a trove of new information out boys joins Al Qaeda and Isis on Canada's terror list. Some of these groups are in fact, quite odious and and and their activities and their rhetoric is vile designation freezes assets and open supporters to criminal sanctions. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York, Listening to ABC News Stay connected. Stay.
White House holding call with senators to drum up bipartisan support for Covid-19 relief package
"And vice president working to get bipartisan support for the covert rescue package. ABC is Michelle Franzen. VP spokesperson Simone Sanders has Harris has been reaching out to states to in advance of the president laying out the plan last week. The vice president picked up the phone, and she called mayors from both parties across the country to preview the legislative package. GOP leaders
Biden unveils Covid-19 plan based on 'science not politics' as he signs new initiatives
"The White House today. President Joe Biden highlighting his administration's efforts to end the Corona virus crisis. We get an update now from ABC, Joe Biden of the White House, laying out his profit. 19 vaccination plan, saying there is no time to waste with 407,000 Americans dead in just one year we're in a national emergency. This time we treat it like one together the national plan as the United States of America. Biden signing executive actions to fund testing, expand vaccination, mega sites and states and also in communities of color, which suffered disproportionately from the viral plan also protects those most at risk. And works for everyone of all races. And urban and rural communities like Dr Anthony Fauci, who is staying on in his role from the previous administration, also spoke at the Daily Press briefing following the signing, saying vaccinations will need to ramp up in order to protect American says this virus mutates. So even though the virus on a 1 to 1 basis isn't more serious. The phenomenon of a more transmissible virus is something that you take seriously. Michelle Franzen ABC NEWS
"michelle franzen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The pandemic and the violence that erupted in the very spot of the U. S Capitol two weeks ago of made America stronger rise a political extremism, white supremacy. Domestic terrorism that we must confront. And we will defeat this inauguration taking place with unprecedented security, with National Guard members protecting the capital in streets of Washington, D C and due to the pandemic, no crowds and those attending social distancing and wearing masks with continuing coverage. The inauguration of Joe Biden on Michelle Franzen ABC News We also hear now from Amanda Hunter, executive director of the Cambridge Face Barbara Lee Foundation Hunters shares why this day is so important for American women This day is historic for our country just to put into perspective after 232 years in 48, male vice presidents, we will finally swear in our first woman vice president today, Kamila Harris. And the rest of the world will see that in the United States. A woman's place a black South Asian American daughter of immigrants place is in the White House. Of course, we heard from president Bottom delivering the inaugural address will be joined in just a few minutes here from Devil BBC. Jim McKay, with continuing coverage in marble had a report has been commissioned by the police chief there. Investigating an alleged anti Semitic incident at the department in 2019, the item live reports it began when a police officer stuck a can under Officer Timothy Toughs, CAR windshield wiper. Which toughs then allegedly used to scratch a swastika and the other officers personal car test was later placed on administrative leave and then resigned. Salem driver.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Michelle Franzen. Federal authorities warning police nationwide Extremists are planning more violence leading up to Inauguration Day and in the wake of last week's U. S. Capitol siege in Washington, D C National Guard members and local and federal authorities in lock step to protect the nation's capital ahead of the inauguration. For areas of the National Mall already closed. The National Park Service writing areas near the U. S. Navy Memorial and John Marshall Park have been designated as demonstration areas. For those holding permits. Demonstrations will be limited in number and participants will be screened prior to entry and escorted to their permitted location. In addition to other safety related requirements. Has delicate Terra ABC News, Washington will be met by an unprecedented show of force 25,000 National Guard members helping protect against the domestic threats. Here's a B C's Martha Raddatz. People forget that these are citizen soldiers. They were called up from their homes to come in and protect the capital. But these air troops that are not trained very consistently in law enforcement. These are people who help in humanitarian situations. Generally, even on January, 6th The National Guard was helping the police at traffic stops. President elect Joe Biden today remaining focused on battling the pandemic. Getting shots into the arms of Americans know Biden, saying his administration will take the guesswork out of the where and when of vaccines. They couldn't tell you who exactly is getting vaccinated. What they do know is there tens of millions of doses of vaccine sitting unused in freezers around the country? President elect Biden asking Congress for billions.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"A new guy Cumulus Media station from ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. Any American who participated in the breach and violence of the U. S Capitol last week could face being put on a no fly list today, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called on federal agencies to take the steps so many questions about safety. And the worry about future possible threats, the least we can do Make the skies, the inauguration, the capital and the country safe Congress also facing increased threats as the House prepares an impeachment vote against President Trump for insurrection. ABC is Aaron Khutor Ski House Democrats were told of several threats against Congress of varying credibility and involving varying levels of violence were told there was discussion of how members of Congress can best protect themselves from hiring personal security to putting them through metal detectors for the bide inauguration that reflects a concern among some demag. That's about Republican colleagues who may have helped incite the riot, a threat from within federal and state police, Meantime, working to identify more suspects from last week's riot that resulted in the death of five people, including U S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, Here's a B C's Martha ran it videos showing an officer being crushed by writers. Making the D C. Police chief emotional It makes me sick to my stomach just to see that video and that officer obviously he was afraid for his life. Now, FBI field officers in all 50 states are combing through videos and images, along with some 45,000 tips. As Corona virus cases continue to surge around the country. There's urgency to step up vaccinations today, Governor Rhonda Santa's touting a new mega side of the villages retirement community in sight here. Is going.
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"I'm Michelle Franzen. Search for a plane that went missing in Indonesia after taking off is from Jakarta is underway. ABC is Julia McFarland has the latest exact number of people on board is unknown at this point, but local reports say At a shop drop was detected with just four minutes after takeoff. This specific plane is 26 years old, with its first flight back in May off 1994. Now the aircraft is a Boeing 737 500. It is not the Boeing 737 Max that just recently returned to service in the U. S. Investigations continue to track down members of the mob of Trump supporters that storm the U. S. Capitol. It resulted in five deaths, including a U. S. Capitol police officer. Democrats considering impeaching the president if he doesn't resign, White House Deputy press Secretary Judd Deer in a statement says that could quote further divide our great country maybe sees Corrina Mitchell has more Democrats already drawing up an impeachment resolution. President elect Biden says that's up to Congress but adding, There is an alternative quickest way that that will happen. Is us being sworn in on the 20. But South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham tells Fox News is Sean Hannity, the president elect should take action. Pick up the phone call Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and the squad until them. Stand down. Karina Mitchell. ABC NEWS NEW YORK The president no longer has a Twitter account the company banning him saying for inciting violence banned from tweeting on his at Real Donald Trump account, the president taking to the official presidential Twitter account at POTUS to put out a message bashing Twitter four tweets, saying that he is on the verge of working with another platform. Twitter, confirming the ABC News. It immediately deleted the tweets because President Trump is not allowed to post from any account anymore. Twitter, saying Using another account to evade a suspension is against its rules. A B C's Alex Stone, you're listening to ABC News. Calls continue for President Trump.
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"I'm Michelle Franzen. President Trump facing possible impeachment for a second time Democrats working on a draft and could introduce it on Monday. Here's ABC is Jonathan Karl. They've already written an impeachment resolution a single article for quote incitement of insurrection, charging Trump with willfully inciting violence against the government. By urging his followers to March to the capital, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy today, said quote impeaching the president with just 12 days left in his term will only divide our country. More President elect Biden says Impeachment is up to Congress but offered a different way to remove trump from power quickest way that that will happen. Is US peace. Sworn in on the 20. The president's Twitter account. Meantime, also permanently banned. ABC is Karina Mitchell tells us why Social Network says it's because of remarks over Wednesday's raid on the capital and that his comments could further incite violence. The president reacting to the decision, in a statement, saying he will not be silenced, teasing a new platform. Twitter's move follows Facebook and Instagram, which also suspended the president's accounts, those bands or indefinite lasting at least through the inauguration. Dozens of US have already been made in the search for the mob of Trump supporters who stormed the capital authorities using the images that they posted of themselves on social media and FBI officials announcing they arrested West Virginia state delicate Derrick Evans, who live stream his breach on the Capitol. All those in the FBI and U. S marshals hunting dozens more Thompson Porter spraying police with chemicals. Beating the wood bats and metal pipes, right wing groups posting their sinister plans all social media for weeks inside the Capitol, Ryder's seen wearing shirts bearing slogans praising the Holocaust. BC's Pierre Thomas investigators now trying to locate a plane that is missing and Indonesia officials say the Boeing took off from Jakarta on a domestic flight. Listening to 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. And 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 will grab a pen because I'm about to.
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"I'm Michelle Franzen. On this New Year's Day, a sobering marker for the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins coronavirus tracking more than 20 Million Cove, it 19 cases have now been confirmed in the US the pandemic, not taking a break, and neither of frontline workers the growing crisis inside hospitals. In California's remarkable team in L. A county hospitals are overwhelmed hospital morgues or full funeral homes can't take any more bodies. Ambulances are lined up outside, sometimes for seven or eight hours with not just covert patients, but heart attacks and car accident victims waiting for a spot offload cap. Each minister, his head of ally County E. M s a disaster. It is just heart wrenching. What is happening within her house? And she says, because ambulances have to wait so long gone. Load. The county is running out of ambulances to respond to 911 calls Alec Sewn ABC News, Los Angeles and in this new year, two key left over 2020 election races take place Tuesday. The Senate runoff races in Georgia will decide who controls the Senate. One of the GOP incumbents. David produced, sidelined from the campaign trail that after he and his wife came into contact with someone who tested positive for covert 19 produced so far tested negative, he says. ABC is chief political director Rick Klein says this Stakes couldn't be higher is remarkable teamwork in this race and really is the two Democrats versus the two Republicans. National and local political figures have played it that way. And this is his biggest hit ever gets for runoff election to have control of a body of Congress on the line from one states. Votes on one day is unprecedented, and the Senate is in session on this holiday, taking up issues of increasing covert 19 direct payments to Americans. So far, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will not bring that straight vote. Lawmakers also pushing to override the president's veto of a major defense bill. One reason the president vetoed it and allows renaming military bases from those Confederate leader. Names were listening to ABC. News.
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"Drive, which once again will help, you know, load all these crazy systems and crazy environments and worlds so much faster. And meanwhile, Microsoft fired back with the new Xbox console, the Xbox, Syria's X It touts like 12 teraflops of power, which is basically like an amalgamation of all the processes and things that really can push the raw power of these systems so like the next level, But when the holiday shopping season came around, many gamers were left. Out in the cold, according to business insider senior technology correspondent Ben Gilbert. Part of that has to do with it just has to do with overwhelming demand and not enough with Tech trends. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News Amazon Prime just dropped nearly departed as a serious of eulogies for 2020 hosted by two dope Queens, Phoebe Robinson and featuring the land above all female comedians, including Tiffany had ish Rachel Brosnahan. Die. We Sarah Silverman, Patty Harrison and Natasha was Garrow less? Garrow says she just loved the show's girl power. Obviously, they're everywhere. But you know, just the mail. Constant male presence sometimes can feel a little oppressive. There's maybe more testosterone or ego on set. I don't know what exactly it is, but You know, just being able to be with all women and work with all women. And you know the writers were women. I think that Yeah, it just it felt like a it felt like where I wanted. Handles 30 minutes off, right? This should be fun. Okay, fellas on who's ready to work? Here we go. Don't forget to breathe. Good idea. Get out home Motivation. We are climbing through this chorus. Let's get it anytime you want it bump up that intensity. Give it all you have. I am You are unstoppable pellets on fam..
Dow hits 30,000 as Donald Trump signals exit from White House
"Historic marker President Trump earlier in the day, holding a last second briefing for a victory. Last stock markets just broken 30,000 never been broken that number It's a sacred number. 30,000. Nobody thought that ever see it. That's the ninth time since the beginning of 2020. And it's the 48th time that we've broken records in during the Trump administration. But there are several factors giving a boost to investor confidence. While President Trump appeared to take credit for the Dow passing 30,000 points of Eva investors, US equities head Susan Schmidt suggested other reasons. We've had a very strong third quarter earnings season. We've had positive news around development of vaccines, and we have clarity around the administration's transfer power markets rise and fall with every Administration President elect Joe Biden didn't mention it as he announced his Cabinet picks A B C's Andy Field. I'm Michelle Franzen,
Election Day: Biden Returns Home to Scranton, While Trump to Stop in Virginia
"The final say in this presidential race. President Trump visiting the Republican National Committee campaign in Virginia this past hour and receiving cheers. He thinks staffers Told reporters. He thinks he's done well. These past few weeks. Combination of debate, maybe the debates but the debate certainly the second debate and the rallies were. It was a good combination and We really I think we took off. So it's been really good Joe Biden earlier this morning, stopping by Union Hall in his hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, battleground state in this election. With your basic. Biden also attended church service in Wilmington, Delaware, visiting his son Bo's grave and also the graves of his first wife and their daughter with continuing coverage. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News What will we know? And when will we know if this is the big question as results from the election trickle in tonight, and it could be several days after tonight In Texas, A federal judge Block's a Republican effort to throw out more than 100,000
Voting is underway in all 50 states
"Now underway in all 50 states, whether by mail or in person, federal election Commission Commissioner Ellen Weintraub says. However, you plan to vote make a plan to avoid problems in this challenging pandemic year. If you want a boat in person, you could go early. Lines will probably be shorter, and it'll allow them toe space out a number of people that are in the voting stations at any one time. And if you're voting by mail sent it out this week to allow extra time for processing or drop it off personally at your local election board location. Michelle Franzen
Tomorrow's vice presidential debate
"Presidential candidate Kamala Harris will square off against Vice President Mike Pence at a debate. In Salt Lake City. The candidates will be spaced 12 FT. Apart and separated by Plexi Glass. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC NEWS. New OPTIONS
Suspicious Letter Sent to White House
"Investigating a suspicious letter that was addressed to the president, a government official tells ABC News. A suspicious envelope sent to the White House and addressed to President Trump was intercepted in the past week. A spokesperson for the F B I Washington Field office, saying in a statement that the FBI along with the U. S, Secret Service, and U S postal inspection, Vous are investigating the tainted envelope received at a U. S government mail facility and also adding at this time there is no known threat to public safety. Typically, all mail is screened before going to the White House. Michelle Franzen, ABC News The
Trump pardons Alice Johnson, who praised him at Republican convention night before
"From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. A presidential pardon today at the White House President Trump sitting with Alice Johnson in the Oval Office and a raising her conviction in 1996 for a nonviolent drug convictions. Was given a life sentence and you spent about 22 years and for something that today a lot of people wouldn't even be going to jail for the president had commuted Johnson sentence in 2018 Johnson spoke at the Republican National Convention last
Major retail stores closing amid coronavirus
"Around a virus closes major department store chains like Macy's Bloomingdale's and their outlet the company says the closures are temporary and it's to help protect employees and shoppers from exposure to cold at nineteen customers can still shop online A. B. C.'s Michelle Franzen says thousands of employees are affected Nordstrom and Nordstrom rack also shutting down for two weeks jerseys governor orders all malls close I am directing the closure of all indoor shopping malls amusement parks and amusement centers across New Jersey until the current emergency and support closes all its stores in the U. S. and Canada through April third also hopes to reopen after March thirty
New blue British passport rollout to begin in March
"Britain is showing its independence since brexit including an announcement that they're going to go back to the old style passports here's ABC's Michelle Franzen brexit ushering in many new changes as the UK makes the transition to exit the European Union but there's also a move to bring back some of the old traditions that includes passports the British government announcing Saturday it will return to the iconic navy color that rain between nineteen twenty one in nineteen eighty eight the color was replaced by the E. U. Burgundy passports people who still hold the maroon cover document can use it until it expires the brit blue passports will start being issued next month Michelle Franzen ABC
Standoff over impeachment witnesses continues as senators set to ask more questions
"Today senators are questioning house managers at the president's lawyers in the impeachment trial senators and the final day of asking legal teams questions in the impeachment trial picking up where they left off yesterday on the president's intent and motive when he asked you cranes leader to investigate Joe Biden and his son and the timing of the president withholding military aid to Ukraine trial managers Lofgren arguing that the Senate should recognize how subpoenas and call witnesses these were validly issued subpoenas under the house rules the White House argument to the contrary is wrong it would have profound negative implications for how Congress and our democracy function meantime senator rand Paul walking out after trying for a second day to submit a question that reveal the whistle blowers name in the case Chief Justice Roberts the presiding officer declines to read the question as submitted senators moving toward a vote whether to allow new witness testimony and documents they have asked more than ninety questions so far in the round with continuing coverage the impeachment trial of president trump I'm Michelle Franzen