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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
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
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
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
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
"michelle franzen" Discussed on KOMO
"Best in the world I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news news one thousand and ninety seven seven it's eight thirty one right now good morning welcome to Tuesday morning sunny skies in Seattle the current temperature is sixty four degrees along with great Herschel timeout the factor here the top stories from the come twenty four seven news center gunfire erupted early this morning once again on Capitol Hill near the protest zone known as chop and we get more from Kamel's Franklin's it Seattle police say one person was hurt at eleventh Avenue and east anyway at the north end of cal Anderson park Seattle fire department says the victim is a thirty year old man and that he was in stable condition when he was taken to the hospital he is expected to survive jail fire says crews gather near the perimeter of the protest area around four forty this morning police told the fire department at the scene is secure so they went in to treat him and get him out to the hospital this is the third shooting in the past few days in that area on Saturday two people were shot one of them died and first responders had trouble getting in to treat them another person was shot on Sunday night Frank Lenzi commodious no word yet what led to this morning shooting or if it's related to the protest zone also the thirty three year old man who survived Saturday's shooting their chop is in satisfactory condition now and no longer in intensive care at Harborview Seattle's mayor says it has become nearly impossible to keep people safe in that protests on an almost Ryan Harris tells us about Jenny Durkan's plans to end the neighborhood occupation mayor Jenny Durkan said in the most basic terms that her new budget coming this week makes new investments in the black community and young people and in changing policing to a model similar to the health one program or some calls are not answered by police but other professionals better suited for the call as for the chop the mayor says the messaging being delivered after three shootings of rape and other violence is it's time for people to go home we can still accommodate people who want to protest peacefully but the impacts on the businesses and residents and community are now too much work and says there's no specific date but that black led organizations will lead the effort to get in and talk to protesters about protesting differently east chief Carmen best says she supports police reform but for now her officers need to get back to the east precinct safely Ryan Harris komo news people who live near the protest zone I say it's time for the streets to re open it out you know peacefully remove and that's fine but start start shuffling away they don't need to stay here those who spend time in the zone have many thoughts about leaving the area but may agree the original reason for chop has been lost it was shot from the beginning of the with the black lives matter I think that was harassing black people killing black people and that's what it was about first another man as he just hopes any transition will be peaceful the union representing Seattle police officers is calling for an end to the crime and violence on Capitol Hill more from call of caricom Stinnett Seattle police officers guild says rage by what's played out on Capitol Hill when you remove long over check out our selected officials lacking the political will to enforce law and order this is the result mayor Jenny Durkan announcing the Seattle police department will be returning to the east precinct peacefully and in the near future but exactly what remains unclear again calls kera costed H. with that story the Seattle office of police accountability is now receive more than seventeen thousand complaints about the police response to recent demonstrations seventeen of those are being investigated in the case of a child who was pepper sprayed investigators are now interviewing witnesses eight thirty four right now coming up on the call more morning news longing to be social I'm Brian Calvert and the experts say forget the family reunion former covert bubble instead what she said after protesters graffiti her house got national attention I'm Carolyn Johnson now the mayor of Olympia is apologizing qualified immunity dismissed I'm Corwin hate controversial protection won't help the king county deputy in a fatal shooting I'm not a talk traffic had a como traffic update with Kierra Jordan well we have some road work that's taking place in Seattle southbound I. five in the express lanes near Mercer the right lane is currently blocked.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Michelle Franzen a landmark decision issued today by the Supreme Court upholding the lower court's decision giving gay rights the same protections under the Civil Rights Act it is six three decision the U. S. Supreme Court ruled the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four which prohibits discrimination based on sex also applies to sexual orientation and gender identity it means someone cannot be fired merely for being gay or transgender an employer who does so the majority opinion said fires that person for traits or actions it would not of question did members of a different sex sex place unnecessary an undisguised little role in the decision exactly what title seven for bids justice Neil Gorsuch wrote that opinion justices Alito Cavanaugh and Thomas dissented Erin cutters he ABC news New York Atlanta's mayor Keisha lance bottoms announcing new reforms for the Atlanta police department including de escalation training and accountability that after a white police officer shot and killed ray shard Brooks Friday she says watching the body camera video of the incident made her feel outraged and sad we saw the worst happened on Friday night with Mister Brooks it angered me and it saddened me but yeah on words the twenty seven year old black father and husband shot after two officers tried to arrest Brooks on drunk driving allegations he was initially found sleeping in his car Brooks is shown on video running and allegedly grabbed a taser gun from one of the officers that officer who fired the shot was removed from the force president trump at a round table today weighing in on the new book in print by former national security adviser John Bolton he's reportedly expected to detail a tell all he was advised not to write it and he was advised very strongly not to write it until it's cleared and he couldn't wait the White House and justice department are expected to try and block that book the president says of bold moves forward he thinks it will be a violation of revealing classified information you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Burd idea to to with your top local stories there's a good chance there will be no trial in the Golden State killer case according to reporters with the Sacramento bee Joseph deangelo will plead guilty to eighty eight charges including murder and rape at an upcoming court appearance the B. says d'angelo will likely agreed to the deal at a June twenty ninth hearing there's a major investigation underway into the death of a black man found hanging from a tree with a rope in southern California Los Angeles county sheriff ballot to be in a way that says the state Attorney General the FBI and the FBI civil rights division will be keeping a close eye on things or making sure that we're transparent fully accountable and work against it consulate BG cross check in each others to make sure we're right at the right conclusions based on the evidence and the facts that we have at hand twenty four year old Robert fuller was found last Wednesday in Palmdale and his death has been ruled a suicide but authorities are waiting for full results of an autopsy before making a final determination friends and family believe he's the victim of a hate crime and cal fire says the grant fire near slough house is now ninety percent contained the fire burned through more than five thousand acres since it broke out Friday near grant line road.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC news Michelle Franzen in Minneapolis a makeshift memorial at the site where George Floyd died one week ago today while in police custody and chance Julie's brother Terrence visiting and kneeling at the site where one officer pinned his knee on Floyd snack the incident sparking outrage protests and violence in Minneapolis in cities around the country Terence Floyd calling on everyone to keep protesting but says stop looting I'm not aware mezzanotte Markham owner one I would not want because that's not bring my brother back at all Sunday on a Minnesota interstate a tanker driver was seen narrowly missing thousands of protesters a truck driver identified as Bob Denver Jericho was booked in Hennepin county jail Sunday night his photo showing scars around his nose likely from injuries received while being pulled from his truck cab it's unclear if he had any intention of plowing into the crowd as it marched thirty say it appears he was on thirty five W. as they were shutting it down it did not go through or around any barriers they had set up A. B. C.'s Ryan borough president trump in a call to governors today claiming the violence is coming from quote the radical left this weekend homeland security put out intelligence notes warning that both the far right and the far left are looking to once exploit the unrest according to an audio phone recording obtained by ABC news the president telling governors dealing with demonstrators that if they don't dominate they're wasting their time and that they'll quote look like a bunch of jerks later the president telling governors quote you don't have to be too careful responding to protesters and then set of demonstrators that throwing a rock is like shooting a gun ABC's Andy field as the nation continues to re open from the outbreak Minnick as Michigan's governor lifting stayed home orders and says restaurants can reopen for dine in service next week you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon twelve all true on data has with your top story is gathered on the south of the sides of the state capitol this weekend protesting authorities blocked off several streets as of this hour most of the overnight crowds well have dispersed Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg says the clean up process had begun he saw sacraments from all walks of life mostly young people coming downtown to help clean up the broken glass and the damage suffered by many of our small businesses governor Gavin Newsom will be giving an update on the state wide protests and the corona virus response that data presser scheduled to start any time now all government offices in Sacramento are closed today as police try to get a handle on the looting and violence in Oakland shots were fired at police headquarters and in Los Angeles National Guard has been called in Sacramento residents to come together to clean up the damage made after the George Floyd protests as we told you community members gathered in downtown Sacramento yesterday morning to clean up establishments that were looted Saturday night including stores like Macy's and Sharif jewelers they've also gotten together again today to clean up and out traffic and weather together.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC news Michelle Franzen at the White House moments ago president trump announcing that he wants houses of worships to be deemed essential and open and push for them to open as early as this weekend some governors have deemed a liquor stores in abortion clinics is essential but I've left out churches and other houses of worship style right so I'm correcting this injustice in calling houses of worship essential governors have the authority of re opening states and most of in doing that based on data and safety as states reopened in Americans head into the Memorial Day weekend the CDC warning the deaths are still on the rise in the US is heading to hit a dire marker by the end of the month the latest forecasts from the centers for disease control predicts the U. S. death toll from the corona virus will reach one hundred thousand in the next few days using sixteen different models the CDC says the rate of deaths in the U. S. is also likely to exceed a hundred and ten thousand by June thirteenth but the agency also adds that states with low numbers of reported deaths are not likely to see a rapid rise in the coming weeks enter Denver ABC news Washington Alaska is open for business and lifting nearly all restrictions starting today as cases dropped their ABC's Alex stone has details almost restrictions in Alaska are being lifted still in place is an ordered quarantine for anybody who travels into Alaska from out of state and before any large gatherings are festivals are held Alaska organizers are told they should check in with their local public health department Alaska governor Mike Dunleavy we have to learn to manage the.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Michelle Franzen as states continue to gradually reopened we're getting another snapshot of the economy during the corona virus outbreak another two point four million Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits bringing the total during the nine week pandemic to nearly forty million further illustrates the economic decline the virus has caused as businesses have shuttered across the country the lost jobs could take years to recover ABC's Aaron Katersky president trump traveling to Michigan today where he will tour a Ford plant outside of Detroit that's making protective gear and ventilators during the outbreak the president may also visit flooded areas of Michigan that was triggered by record rainfall into dams that failed before leaving the White House the president commented on the U. S.'s decision to withdraw from the open skies treaty that allows member countries to fly unmanned aerial flights over other countries Russia didn't it here to the treaty so until they had here we will pull out but there's a very good chance we'll make a new agreement or do something to put that agreement back together the U. S. Senate confirming Texas congressman John Ratcliffe as the new director of national intelligence today after delays and debate the Senate approved Radcliffe on a partisan forty nine forty four vote during this his second round is the nominee to be director of national intelligence last summer president trump withdrew the Texas congressman's nomination after just five days amid bipartisan concern that he lacked the requisite experience and reports he embellished his role in an anti terror case nevertheless trump renominated Radcliffe in February shortly after he served as a member of his impeachment team Adam Kelsey A. B. C. news Washington the FBI tweeting that it is now the lead agency investigating today's incident at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi base officials say a suspected gunman was neutralized one sailor attached to that unit was injured reports he's in good condition you're listening to ABC news radio eight forty WHAS your news now it's one o'clock that afternoon ninety Sandoval newsradio eight forty WHAS the Indiana state department of health today announced that six hundred seventy six additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with covert nineteen that brings to twenty nine thousand nine hundred thirty six the total number of Indiana residents don't have the corona virus a total of one thousand seven hundred sixty four Hoosiers are confirmed to have died from it Toyota confirm someone has tested positive for corona virus at the Georgetown plant a spokesperson says the case involves an onsite vendor employee that employee hasn't worked on site since may fourteenth Toyota says the employee will remain in self isolation until they are cleared by a doctor total it would employees returns to the Georgetown plant on may eleventh after it was shut down for more than five weeks fort Campbell's annual independence day celebration has been canceled the decision was announced by post leadership during the virtual town hall meeting about corona virus issues this week your next news update is it too I'm C. Sandoval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. as we all face a common enemy wave saying nothing the ultimate defense is to be the most.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on KOMO
"Now this time two o'clock live to ABC from ABC news Michelle Franzen small gains in this battle against the corona virus in the U. S. some cities and states beginning to see a slight drop in the number of hospitalizations and deaths New York state the epicentre is one of them the number of coronavirus patients on ventilators dropped in this state for the first time since the pandemic began we are cautiously optimistic that we are slowing the infection rate that's what the numbers say that's where the data suggests to us your governor Andrew Cuomo said the number of lives lost to corona virus is still staggering now nearly eight thousand they came into the hospital at the height of the outbreak were put on a ventilator and Cuomo said we're losing them but he said the number of lives saved is also staggering and Qatar ski ABC news New York the stay at home orders and social distancing starting to bend the curve governors and health experts say it's important to stay the course the president at the same time signaling an end to some lockdown soon residents saying this week's record stock market surge shows the country has confidence and how he's handling the crisis that tells you that there's a pent up demand that tells you they want to get back to something good going to happen the president's medical experts will continue cautioning against a rush to re open on may first fearing another spike in illness and death in the field ABC news Washington Easter services are under way around the world and due to social distancing services are being streamed the.
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
"michelle franzen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Michelle Franzen the corona virus outbreak in the U. S. now a national emergency the president making that declaration at the White House saying he's earmarking federal funds for communities struggling with the economic impact due to cancellations school school closures and slowdowns to businesses the federal government also stepping up efforts to increase testing for the virus a critical step to getting a handle on the pandemic we're announcing a new partnership with the private sector to vastly increase and accelerate our capacity to test for the corona virus we want to make sure that those who detest can get a test very safely quickly and conveniently the president also dismissed criticism over the Lagan test kits being sent out and testing for the cover court corona virus when asked why don't take responsibility at all the economic aid providing a shot in the arm on Wall Street the Dow surging in the final hour of trading closing up nineteen hundred points making up for yesterday's historic losses a bipartisan bill for Americans struggling due to the corona virus is also in the works but no deal is expected today house speaker Nancy Pelosi is now signaling she does not have an agreement with the trump administration on a code nineteen eight package despite multiple conversations with treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin policy says the house will vote on a bill Friday to make which she calls evidence based investments in public health hello see stress that it will cover the cost of test for everyone who needs it including the uninsured she did not answer questions as to whether or not the White House would support our experts J. A. B. C. news Washington the virus crisis impacting daily life with more.
"michelle franzen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of Colorado from ABC news Michelle Franzen the numbers of the corona virus cases on the rise and changing as testing and tracking ramps up according to Johns Hopkins University there are one hundred and two thousand cases worldwide and three hundred and forty confirmed cases here in the U. S. off the coast of California a jump in the number of cases due to passengers on board the grand princess and a tested positive twenty one so far and testing is still being done on the more than thirty five hundred on board waiting it out ABC's Matt Gutman says it's an unprecedented situation in the U. S. it has seemed that the response to the ship has been chaotic it's been seventy two hours since folks were notified and still the federal local state government have not formulated a finalized plan about what to do with everyone and that's because these are uncharted waters this is never before happened on U. S. soil of very difficult logistically to safely test and quarantine thirty five hundred people ABC's Matt Gutman in San Francisco reports today that fourteen Americans in a hotel in Bethlehem are quarantine that are currently being tested for the corona virus there are expecting to receive word later today on the results seventeen people have died in the U. S. the majority of them in Washington state at a long term care facility Washington one of six states holding contests on Tuesday in the democratic primary race Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden looking to pick up more delegates Biden leads in the overall delegate count Joe Biden's campaign one struggling to fundraise and announcing it will launch a twelve million dollar media advertising blitz in key states holding contest this month on Friday night president trump announced congressman mark meadows will become as chief of staff replacing him acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney A. B. C.'s care of Phillips has more that truck but now small babies departure in a tweet saying I want to thank acting chief Mick Mulvaney for having served the administration so well he will become the United States special envoy for Northern Ireland using ABC news they were news time is nine oh two the number of coronavirus cases in Colorado continues to increase with at least eight to presumptive positive tests Kaylee Zimmerman is with the department of health and says all are keeping a close eye on instantly in touch with folks at the public health department and letting us know how they're doing everybody has been very willing to help us in tracking down these cases three of those cases are in Douglas county including tool in highlands ranch you're sorry to see somewhere whatever counties get sick we're not surprised we've been expecting us public health departments throughout Colorado or really vigilant to try that you will jump on these cases branch to middle school in highlands ranch is dealing with possible exposure as is seen in the past couple school in Denver many large events are taking measures to prevent a corona virus outbreak the American physical society's March meeting which was expected to draw about eleven thousand visitors to the Colorado convention center this month was canceled the Denver Nuggets been told by the league that they're considering playing games without fans in attendance and the caller crossroads volleyball tournament which got underway this weekend is one of the biggest in the country is taking precautions the convention centers added extra hand sanitizer stations after one of the snowiest February's ever the weather has turned very spring like fifty two degrees is where we should be for our afternoon high all this week we were above that with several days in the sixties and the warmest days we stayed for the weekend box thirty Wednesday Fraser says there is a chance for some rain tomorrow but week starts mild again with temperatures on Monday in.
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
"michelle franzen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Michelle Franzen the White House says the president has full confidence that Attorney General William Barr that after bar went public with criticism over the president tweeting on federal cases ABC's Pierre Thomas sat down with bar you're saying you have a problem with the tweets yes well I have a I have a problem with some of the some of the tweets the president has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case bill bars comments came as he was under increasing fire for overruling justice department prosecutors who recommended a seven to nine year prison sentence for the president's long time friend Roger stone as the election season wraps up president trump is taking on rising democratic candidate Mike Bloomberg ABC's tell ME office is on the campaign trail in Burke faces fresh scrutiny over the controversial stop and frisk policing program he expanded in New York City the president blasting Bloomberg making this exaggerated claim in a radio interview Bloomberg came and and he said well you know what this thing is so good I'm going to stop every black person and if you were a black person in New York you would stop two times a day three times a day you can go to your house it was stopping every day but president trump praised and promoted the policy in the past quarantine passengers on board a cruise ship docked off the coast of Japan or trying to keep cabin fever and boredom at bay A. B. C.'s Maggie really is in Yokohama most people say to the cruise ship is really trying to keep them entertained the understand that mental health is so important a situation like this as well so they are bringing in some counselors and the cruise ship has boosted the internet as much as they possibly can they put new movies for a part of the entertainment package even was a kind of doing an Oscar screening on there also trying to have things like work out classes they could stream in the room to keep people active the death toll meantime in China where the outbreak is centered is nearly fourteen hundred here in the U. S. there are fifteen confirmed cases now of the coronavirus you're listening to ABC news there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic good morning it's nine oh two I bought McRae here's our top story a drug conference is set for tomorrow morning in Phoenix to discuss the battle against a highly potent concentrated form of marijuana known on the street as crude oil we have our coverage now would KTA ours Jim cross kid could be vaping this cartel driven product right next to you and you probably wouldn't even know what it doesn't have any order all former Phoenix police detective doctor sandy Scott within a use justice studies program says the sinus symptoms mirror math and from this highly put form of THC emergency rooms are back kids who are very very check their moods are radic there and get get it is the the horrific accident down is is getting well yes we're seeing the effects and that now this drug conference in a use north campus near twentieth Avenue greenway ten until noon tomorrow will be streamed online by in a U. N. K. T. I. R. will have a reporter at the conference live in the newscenter germ cross KTA our news it is great to be in the great state of Arizona without president drop is coming to the valley next week K. T. R.'s Jeremy foster just spoke to one of the state's top law enforcers about security of the campaign rally yeah that campaign rally next Wednesday night at veterans memorial Coliseum Bob DPS chief colonel Frank Milstead tells KTAR the work with Phoenix police and MCSO to help insure things run smoothly now for those who do get out of hand Maricopa county sheriff's office we'll be there in case we have a mass arrest for mass problem they will have buses and booking facilities they're available to is in case we have to put a number of people in custody and Milstead says there will be a free speech area nearby for those who want to express their opinions so long as they do so peacefully live in the newscenter journey foster KTA our news well here's a great story for this Valentine's day did you know that two of the most famous legal minds once had a brief romance status story of Marshall Trimble says Supreme Court justices Sandra day o'connor and William Rehnquist David in law school and were even engaged at one point I just knew they were really good friends and had been friends for years and long after they were on the court together they were still good friends one of those things that you you you have a good friend educate them forever o'connor I'm here is on a native and Rehnquist was working in Arizona when he was appointed to the Supreme Court didn't end up together but reach the pinnacle of their careers together and continued their friendship now time for a check on traffic.
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"Michelle Franzen ABC news news one thousand have been ninety seven seven six thirty one right now in this way Thursday morning here in western Washington the rain still coming down the temperatures forty nine degrees along with Greg Herschel time and the factor here the top stories from the come on twenty four seven new center in a river communities across western Washington homeowners are sandbagging garages and farmers are hustling livestock to safety as record amounts of rain continued to fall almost Corwin hake reports live this morning from Monroe January was already exceptionally soggy with Seattle recording ten inches of rain double the average everywhere you have seen more of the same with some areas collecting two and a half inches of rain in just the last day and a half flood waters create a life or death proposition for dell trailer he's a farmer in the snow was river valley he and his family or okay but is thirty one thousand nine horses are certainly at risk any I take care of them they got to get up on high ground you know you can't haven't been out there in water up to their waists this water's cold it could do yeah reports of flooded roads span multiple counties we will repeat the usual warning you risk your life if you will nor will close signs incarnation James Cook tried to warn his neighbor I said don't go on these floods you just let you know what you're doing don't go out on these floods are dangerous he didn't listen so that neighbor got stuck but he's okay forecasters say heavy rain is expected to continue for the next couple of days before we get a break starting Sunday reporting live call when Hey komo news it was a long night at the king county flood warning center were staff members are working to keep track of these rising rivers creeks and streams we get more live from Kamel's Carly Johnson I just spoke with a very tired Doug Williams at the king county flood warning center is not about two hours of sleep rivers that we haven't seen in these clothes for a decade or more Williams is that flooding it is so quiet is as bad as it's been in a very long time with is akua creek in a rare flood stage for really rare occurrence for for that creek and it's got some pretty significant flooding back at stage for because the creek flows right through downtown is a quad they also just issued a flood stage for warning force the cedar river another Rivard it doesn't get to that level very often now mudslides landslides in the risk for avalanche all extremely high and Williams warns that's going to last for several days even after the rain finally does begin to let up will it ever let up reporting live Carly Johnson come on news will find out from meteorologist Kristen Clark coming up here but first we want to see Dr looks like we already know we have serious problems in downtown Seattle on I five years here in Jordan yeah that's due to an earlier crash we had north an I. five near Seneca it is been cleared out of your way but it's leaving this struggling drive all the way from Boeing access road and that's after heavy slowing traveling through.
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"Michelle Franzen candidates are on the ground in New Hampshire campaigning ahead of the nation's first primary it comes as I was still trying to tally the results in the Caucasus ABC's Ryan borough has the latest with ninety seven percent of the precincts reporting former mayor Pete put a judge is still in the lead with twenty six percent of the state delegate equivalent senator Bernie Sanders leads in tallies from the first alignment and final alignment the two top candidates are followed by senator Elizabeth Warren former vice president Joe Biden and senator any club which are the New Hampshire primary now less than a week away many voters getting their first look at democratic candidates and getting a chance to interact and ask questions ABC's with Johnson as in Manchester where Joe Biden is now playing catch up Joe Biden will have another major test here in the New Hampshire primary senator Bernie Sanders is leading in recent statewide polls he's from a neighboring state and four years ago he won big here over Hillary Clinton happening this hour the national prayer breakfast in Washington DC both president trump and house leader Nancy Pelosi in attendance a day after the Senate impeachment trial vote that accorded president trump on both charges GOP senator Mitt Romney now facing criticism for being the only Republican to vote to convict the president sources tell ABC the president trump is livid that Republican senator Mitt Romney voted guilty on one article of impeachment Ronnie becomes the first senator in history devote to remove the president from their own party the president late Wednesday night tweeting quote had failed presidential candidate Mitt Romney devoted the same energy and anger to defeating a faltering Barack Obama as he sanctimonious Lee does to me he could have won the election Karen Travers ABC news the White House the president will make remarks at the White House later today the corona virus has parts of central China on lock down the virus now blamed for more than five hundred and sixty deaths here in the U. S. two planes arriving from Wuhan with Americans on board they will now be quarantine for two weeks you're listening to a BC news stay informed the com au morning news six oh two on this Thursday morning the rain is still sort of reserve relentless in downtown Seattle it's forty six degrees along with Greg Hirsch told about the factor of near the top stories from a couple twenty four seven new center farmland is flooded now urban flooding could be next the rainfall continues to fill rivers and inundate the soggy soil we begin our coverage live with Kamel's Corwin hake in Monroe and in this part of stone which county we're seeing the snow homers river steadily rise it's expected to reach flood stage sometime Friday and the work opens dairy farm lives near the confluence of the sky Komische and so much rivers he's been pumping water away from his livestock for days now all the.
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"From ABC Michelle Franzen a forty four year old man from Wuhan China travel to the Philippines has died at the corona virus health officials there say he developed a severe case of pneumonia he marks the first death outside of China since the outbreak the death toll in central China now more than three hundred dead health officials here in the U. S. imposing strict travel measures today for Americans who will be returning from China ABC's cleans and dell says the Pentagon mobilizing several military facilities to house people who may pose a risk restrictions kicking in as Massachusetts confirmed its first case the patient is a university student who traveled the Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak arriving at Logan airport Tuesday New York now joining a list of thirty seven states investigating suspected cases on the west coast those one hundred ninety five Americans evacuated from Wuhan last week will be monitored over two weeks for symptoms it's a race to the finish in Iowa head of the caucuses in the official beginning to the election year democratic candidates are crisscrossing the Hawkeye state trying to get voters attention ABC's Rachel Scott is on the ground a newborn after millions of dollars in advertising spend here and I one after more than two thousand event in this state alone some voters are still undecided they're still trying to narrow this down the number one issue for many voters is electability they want a candidate who can defeat president trump in twenty twenty and so we're seeing many of these candidates like former vice president Joe Biden senator Bernie Sanders center their arguments around the issue of electability on Capitol Hill tomorrow senators will hear closing arguments in the impeachment trial a final vote expected Wednesday a day after the president delivers his state of the union address and it's groundhog day there is no shadow of may bring Hey baby yeah in Pennsylvania as the snow fell punk to Tony fill signal that there will be an early spring after he did not see his shadow you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK news ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather BG Sacramento and kia beginning at them Pollock pines the bay area has its first confirmed case of the corona virus officials say the case of the virus was tested positive in an adult male in Santa Clara county who recently came back from a trip to China well the man is not shown signs of being very sick he has been transported to a hospital where he is currently being tested Santa Clara health officials have confirmed the list of people potentially exposed to the man issue and not to be concerned since two thousand and fourteen more people have moved out of California than have moved in Californians are packing up and leaving to states like Oregon Washington in Arizona in record numbers specifically Texas has become the number one spot for Californians seeking a better life for the last half decade however Texas isn't thrilled about their new X..
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"Michelle Franzen the Senate impeachment trial closing out the debate portion on whether to allow witness testimony and soon could be taking up a vote a pivotal step that could lead to closing arguments in a final vote on impeachment ABC's merry Bruce says there's still a lot that can happen right now the president it does seem is headed for a speedy acquittal but we're not exactly sure what how this is going to play out over the next few days again Republicans are confident now that they do have the votes to block additional witnesses the tipping point coming last night when key hold out senator started to reveal how they would vote on witness testimony senator Lamar exam Alexander announcing he will not vote for additional witness testimony in the impeachment trial of president trump senator Lisa Murkowski also joining in the no vote meantime other GOP senators met rami and Susan Collins said that they would vote yes on allowing testimony the corona virus threat raised here in the U. S. the trump administration announcing it is putting a temporary quarantine on travelers from China and banning entry of foreign nationals who may be at risk of symptoms health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar temporarily suspending the entry into the United States of foreign nationals who pose a risk of transmitting the two thousand nineteen novel corona virus US health officials say the overall threat to Americans remains low with six confirmed cases here the outbreak which originated in Wuhan China now blamed for two hundred and thirteen deaths there as a precaution the CDC extending a quarantine on the Americans who just returned from Wuhan this week they remain in housing at March air reserve base in California on Wall Street the Dow plunging more than six hundred points today over concerns of the coronavirus the weekend to hopefully sort of figure out does it mean that this is a temporary thing is it going to be more widespread TD Ameritrade JJ quina hand.
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"From ABC news Michelle Franzen the Senate in a short recess in the impeachment trial house managers though making a last minute plead include witness testimony but as ABC's merry Bruce tells us they may not have the vote Democrats have suggested they want to take their time here there are what tools they could use to try and drag this out the leaders are still trying to negotiate what exactly this look like so we could see the president either acquitted sometime as early as tonight possibly in the early hours of tomorrow morning or there is some discussion this could drag out into early next week there are nearly ten thousand confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide now the outbreak blamed for two hundred and thirteen deaths in China here in the U. S. health officials issued restrictions on the Americans returned on an evacuation flight from China earlier this week even though so far California doctors say no one show symptoms in an extremely rare move one that hasn't been utilized in over fifty years at CDC is now imposing a federally mandated quarantine order on the close to two hundred US citizens who arrived here in California this week on that government evacuation flight from Wuhan China they were essentially Corentin anyway but it was a voluntary isolation order they were under now though for fourteen days a length of incubation that whole group is under quarantine ABC's Alex stone the San Francisco forty Niners in the Kansas City Chiefs are in Miami for the Sunday Superbowl and security teams are also hard at work squadrons of security specialists have been on the ground here in Miami for months preparing for the special challenges this venue presents a major seaport a major airport and of course a stadium were spreading out our assets take care of business not only at the Superbowl but and all those other locations as well Todd galas with customs and border protection Erin marine operations which will have eyes in the sky through the course of Superbowl weekend Jim Ryan ABC news Miami on Wall Street deep selloffs heading into the final hour the Dow down more than five hundred points the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak plane now you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK hi Bob Williams at twelve oh two with your top local stories the leader of the California Senate is refusing to give up on a plan to build more affordable housing in California the plane was killed by lawmakers earlier this week if the case Jensen raider reports Senate president pro tem Toni Atkins is commenting moments after the Senate voted against an ambitious housing bell SP fifty what a force local governments to let developers build small apartment buildings in some neighborhoods reserved for single family homes without input from the local community the bill failed to pass Wednesday after a lengthy debate bell author senator Scott Weiner brought it back for another vote yesterday which had also failed this bill has been debated in the Senate for the last three years Jensen raider news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. this morning Michael Bloomberg's campaign announced Bloomberg will visit Sacramento in Fresno Monday they say their new campaign strategy is our Iowa is California you will be in Sacramento in the morning traveler Fresno in Compton later on the day B. is reporting Bloomberg is scheduled to meet with the Sacramento supporters and old soul of the alley around seven twenty in the morning also new this morning there's were democratic presidential candidate Tom spire will open a campaign office in Oakland one person dead after being hit by a big rig on highway ninety nine the crash happened last night a northbound highway ninety nine forty Seventh Avenue traffic and weather together now here's Brian noble brought to you by team Ford woodland things pretty quiet on the freeways around Sacramento earlier accidents have been cleared starting to see some of the usual noontime slowing on the cap city freeway especially on the.
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
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"I'm Michelle Franzen the house rules committee will take up the articles of impeachment today fine tuning the measure before the full house vote that's expected tomorrow meantime a new ABC news Washington post poll is out on what Americans expect if there is a trial the poll shows an overwhelming number of Americans seventy percent saying the president should stop blocking top aides including John Bolden Mick Mulvaney from testifying if there's a Senate trial the president would not allow it in house hearings nearly eighty percent of Democrats want to hear those aids even sixty four percent of Republicans do ABC's Andy field in Washington president trump is downplaying the latest threats from North Korea North Korea has threatened a quote Christmas gifts for the United States of no progress is made on nuclear talks ahead of an end of the year deadline set by Kim Jong un president trump on Monday seem to downplay his concerns every disappointed if the something would be in the works and if it is we'll take care of it but we'll see what watching it very closely North Korea has carried out short range missile tests this year but has held off on firing off long range missiles or testing nuclear weapons Karen Travers ABC news the White House south west now counseling the seven thirty seven Max from flying until mid April it joins American Airlines and extending cancellations yesterday Boeing voted to temporarily halt production of the seven thirty seven fleet grounded for nine months and blamed in two crashes the fastest selling jetliner ever for Boeing grounded after that second deadly crash nearly three hundred fifty killed in all Boeing continued building the Max about two a day hoping for re certification at least by the end of this year it's made software fixes to the system that may have contributed to the crashes but the FAA making clear last week it still has questions and no approval will be coming this year ABC's David curly you're listening to ABC news thinking about moving to Topeka Kansas I know okay well all really fifteen thousand dollars city officials have announced an initiative to offer financial incentives to people willing to live and work in the city or its home in Shawnee county they hope that said this is going to help attract a people to sectors like animal health sciences or financial services to their at the first city to do that that's been done before no Vermont in Oklahoma they have had similar programs in the past and they the officials there say it paid off about three hundred people move there because of homework ground I bet you mean you could sell your place in California had there and by a pretty big place you know the temperature is in Topeka right now no clue seventeen degrees literal shell and others that will tell him well Brian do people freak out more about the weather than any place to live that California I mean yeah you know incident she said seventy degrees seventeen degrees of that's all I need to know right from there this report is brought you by Raley's in Bellaire things getting a little busier and eighty from Roseville eighteen minutes.
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"Michelle Franzen ABC news I met in Smith in the como traffic center working on a bit of road work and the snow whole mission schedule on five five between zero five thirty five thirty four you can expect that the tool is to be closed until five in the morning possibly one the close around the clock for this work as well as the on and off ramps closures in the area to Evan Smith come a twenty four seven traffic well hi everybody we are into a Saturday morning now the final stretch of November and finally gets interesting for us today will cloud will warm up into the forties to about fifty eventually and start to see some rain mainly the Northwest interior this afternoon cold front sweeping through the sound to night into Sunday morning and that means about how all the way down to three thousand in the couple at the center the following program is paid for by the advertiser and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of management and staff it's a northwest lifestyle weekend on komo news welcome to the fast lane our auto expert with Nick miles continues welcome back to the show a locally created nationally celebrated from the north west the southeast this is America's car radio show catch up with previous episodes of the show and our website our auto expert dot.
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"From ABC news Michelle Franzen a week of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry today more behind closed after this depositions continue on Friday ousted career diplomat Marie of on average taking questions from the bipartisan panel and learning about tweets by the president as she testified give out of its confirmed in her testimony that she returned from her post well before the president withheld nearly four hundred million dollars military assistance to Ukraine even as he was asking Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son and your bondage testified about the smear campaign against her she was being smeared again in real time by the president ship with a stark warning the president real time is attacking what effect do you think that has on other witnesses willingness to come forward and expose wrongdoing well it's very intimidating after the trump tweet even Republicans applauding the ambassador tough as nails and you're smart as hell but Republicans argued the advantages testimony is not relevant to impeachment A. B. C.'s merry Bruce president trump's friend and former adviser Roger stone found guilty Friday on all charges in his federal trial including line an obstruction of justice in connection with the wikileaks emails hacked in the two thousand sixteen election here's ABC's Pierre Thomas said trial phone records that have been redacted from the public mobile report reveals stone repeatedly spoke with Canada truck during the summer of two thousand sixteen at the same time he was chasing those stolen emails from wikileaks in California the shooter in this week's high school shooting has died in ABC's Alex stone is in Santa Clarita and your bird how was in critical condition before his death he shot himself after he shot his classmates killing two he turned sixteen years old on Thursday the day of his attack on Saugus high school we're told his mother was at his side when he passed away you're listening to ABC news a.