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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:25 min | 10 months ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Got Natalie Rodriguez in a trending story? Hey, Natalie. Hey there, Brian. We are actually monitoring the situation right now at Hollywood at the Seminole Classic Casino not to be confused with the hard rock. We do have several paramedic and first responders on the scene, Apparently. An A C unit, or some sort of apparatus fell through the roof. And there are several injuries reported how severe these injuries are. We are not sure but yeah, pretty scary scene. Wow. All right. Well, thank you for the update, certainly hope for the best. Today's Q and a of the day. Could Biden mandate vaccinations for those on government programs? So each day I feature a listener Questions sent by one of these methods. You may email me, Brian Mudede I heard media dot com partly or tweet me up radio today is not this one. Hi, Brian. I'll keep this brief. President Biden wants to use his leverage in his office of President. To increase vaccination rates by mandating government employees, contractors, healthcare workers and employers with 100 or more employees be vaccinated if his motivation is sincere to increase vaccination rates. Why is he not using his power to enforce the same mandates he's placing employed persons for some non employed person or other individuals who receive federal benefits? That he and his party controlled Congress and Cabinet has legitimate oversight for examples include snap Social Security earned income tax credit. Medicaid, Medicare Section eight housing Okay? He said. It seems kind of a one sided approach. Please offer your viewpoint on this, Okay, so he makes them at some point and you bring about interesting questions here. Several related questions have popped up since President Biden's dictators vaccine mandate announcements last Thursday. And one of the more commonly advanced in the name of illustrating absurdity is the realization that migrants of which 87% have been proven to be illegal immigrants based upon who actually ever shows up for court dates or check ins, along with what the court actually has determined our legal asylum seekers but anyway, so we have 87% these border crossers. Illegal immigrants are allowed to cross the border. They're not. Forced to get a covid test. In many cases, they're certainly not mandated to get the vaccine, and yet we send them to their desired in locations as well. Yet taxpaying American citizens are being threatened with their careers if they don't bend to the threats advanced by the greatest example of executive overreach in modern American history. So yes, The hypocrisy knows no bounds with the Biden administration. But what about the government programs? As you stated if he can issue an edict for federal employees and private sector employees with larger companies? Can he do this for those using assistance programs? Well, I'll start by saying he can't lawfully do what he's already espoused into that end the actual language In the order, he announced, We'll likely reflect loopholes for religious and medical exemptions at a minimum, and even then the odds are the courts will strike down whatever it looks like. This being said Let's look at the differences between employment edicts and government assistance edicts because there is a clear distinction that answers your question when evaluating the host of government assistance programs that you have reference There are numerous differences, some of which take considerations away from the federal government. For example, in the case of programs like Snap Section eight housing and like while funds are provided the federal government level they're actually administered by the state and local governments and these examples You'd have to have the local governments that would be on board with that type of mandate in order to carry out the mandate, and you can rest assured that most Republican led states have not all would not go along with that type of an edict, right? That's one But then you do have programs like Medicare, Social Security and the earned income tax credit that you reference. They're all in minister directly by federal agencies. So it's what those programs that in theory, the federal mandates you've asked about may apply. So it could be possible for something like that to happen. Will The answer is yes, but not through executive action to the legal authority. President Biden is attempting to use for workforce vaccination mandates is through OSHA. OSHA was signed into law on December of 1970 while providing a host of sweeping employer requirements for workplaces and also included an open ended ability for regulators to change regulations of her time. As they deemed necessary to create safe workplace conditions and also to uphold the rights of employees. So President Biden's order will be drafted and enacted through OSHA by those regulators. His order is a directive for an agency to do something kind of like Governor De Santis, issuing an E O to the Florida Board of Education to get with the Department of Health and create a role for print for opt outs. Governor. The census. Ezio isn't policy before the board of Education's rules to policy, right? Okay, so similar type of thing here should any federal programs be attached to vaccine mandates? What would have to happen is the literally an act of Congress. All federal assistance programs have been authorized by Congress. Unlike OSHA, which only applies to workplaces, none were enacted with regulators able to apply specific health standards. To the receipt of them. And for that reason And for an effort to even be attempted by President Biden or any federal official to issue vaccine mandates as a condition of receiving government benefits. Each program individually would have to be altered by Congress to reflect that ability and then to be signed into law by the president. And even the most militant on the left in Congress, along with the dictator wannabe in chief are not about to open up Medicare, Social Security and other federal benefit programs to change is for the purpose of instituting a covid 19 vaccine mandate. The constitutionally flawed Biden's logic is pretty clear. Nationally, 89.7% of Americans 65 older retirement age have been vaccinated. Incidentally, that rights at 99.9% for seniors in Florida, so hence the focus on the workplace and why he's gone about it the way that he has So there you go and coming up on the other side. Speaking of legal related matters, we're going to talk about employees who might say no, I'm not going to do this. What happens then? And we'll talk to attorney and legal analyst Quentin Bribed in next right here on the Brian Mud showed his radio 16. W I o D. This view was worth the hike, right? And it's a good way to stay.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Some of the messages that you've got in those first few days or weeks? Alright, So one message. It's all your posts and I about threw up and had an emotional breakdown at work. Today. I am another number on that list Fall 2011 after a week night just go take a party sponsored by Hi there. I'm not quite sure what to write or how much straight for me. It was the fall of 2012. I was 21 years old and went to Spain to intern for the company for six months. And there's another one that says One thing I kept coming back to you is that I wish I'd said something. I wish I could go back in time and explained to myself that this wasn't okay. And then I had every right to speak up. Thank you for having the courage to come forward and help the rest of us find some healing from WBZ Chicago. I'm Candace Mattel con a new season of W B easy as investigative series motive. At this point, it's we're not just waiting for the second woman or the third woman. Often our culture is waiting for the 30th woman or the 35th woman before the first woman is recognized as having any credibility. This is a story about years of silence, how it was broken, and the young women trying desperately To get justice. I I definitely want him to go to jail for for a very long time. I want him to be, you know, locked up for the rest of his life. Brian is back The Brian Mud show throw in your two cents call 18666106397. That's 18666106397. It is 11 21 on this Tuesday morning as we got Elsa spinning on the other. Goes to Florida and Natalie Rodriguez.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We had Natalie Rodriguez with a trending story order, Natalie. Good morning crying, so everyone saw pretty antsy about this being taxed and all but Ah, lot of the talks are now circling about that child tax credit payment that's going to be kicking into bank accounts or in the mail around July, 15th. We're talking some 39 million American families. The payments are covered by that massive cove it stimulus bill that passed back in March. Um, basically raised the maximum payments of families can get per child this year from $5600 Children under six families and have Children under six will be getting about $300 per child. Those with six through 18 will be getting roughly $250 payments on the 15th of every month for the remainder of the year. And that income threshold a shade over 100,000 for families up to four as well. So that income threshold little bit different than some of the other eligibility guidelines for previous stimuli payments. So it's good update. It's gonna update All right. And speaking of good updates. Well, this was interesting. So you would think it would be fairly big news in the grand scheme of things, but I guess in the mist of the pandemic with everything else going on in the world The president's declaration that we're going in cancer as we know it. It didn't seem to receive may be a whole lot of fanfare. But it is interesting for sure to take a closer look at and Dr Edward Kim, who's the physician in chief at City of Hope, Orange County, joining us now, Dr Kim, thank you for taking the time. Good morning. Thanks. It's my pleasure. Okay, So we talk about ending cancer as we know it from your perspective. How close are we to achieving that? Well, I think we have to have aspirational goals and dedicated my career to helping patients with cancer. I think we can be optimistic about it now, since we've seen quite a bit of progress, especially in the last 10 to 15 years, and we've really seen the transformation. Of really precision medicine going Maura into each individual persons tumor and figuring out that there are genes in there that are unique to that cancer. And we can, in fact, trying therapies that target them directly, So I think it's It's definitely a goal that we can achieve. You point out the ability to do a better job detecting things early. I hear you talking and I hear my first wife. She's an oncologist in my head, and this goes back well over 15 years ago now, But she's saying, like, you know, for just about any cancer if we catch it early. You're going to recover. And if that was the case back then I could imagine we were only that much closer to analogy is early detection and all of this really the key Yeah, the best way Tolo not have to treat cancers to prevent it and early detection As you point out is really important. We have some testing. Now That's the same. The mammograms and colonoscopies and even lung cancer screening with cat scans are very important. But we're getting closer now to having blood testing That would in fact, help us detect cancer at an earlier stage, and if that's the case, then just as you say it is more treatable, and there's also preventable. Going. Ask you about that blood testing, actually, um, you know how far out could've blood test potentially show cancerous material. You know, One thing to realize is that these tests are not perfect. But there are going to be some commercial options coming down the road in which there will be blood testing done. That will try to measure the DNI to in the blood that, in fact, could be shed from cancers or detect. Potential early cancers. How soon or how old we know that the accuracy the tests will increase with age because aging is one of the highest risk factors, But we will probably try to find folks that have family histories or other aspects that put them at a higher risk. And those would be the first folks that would benefit from these types of tests. Speaking to Dr Edward Kim, physician in chief City of Hope, Orange County. Do you think that we will eventually have a quote unquote cure to cancer? The cancer is very complex effects. One in three people I want I'm gonna room I tell people to look to the right look, the left. One of you is probably going to be affected by cancer. Even in lung cancer, which is where I specialized in you think lung cancer. It's one cancer. In fact, they're convey anywhere between 50 to 100 different types of lung cancer. When we go deeper and look at the actual genetics of it, so it's a very complex disease. But again, we are making such great progress with clinical trials with putting them out there for folks who can have access for them. On. I believe our progress is going to be meaningful and lead to a cure. Doctor Kim thank you. For the for the update the information and the positivity is as well. It's good to hear. I know it's great, and I really think thank you for for spreading this word, just as you say. During this pandemic, it hasn't have been out there. But cancer is something that affects everyone. On Do I really would encourage folks to reach out to their local centers. You know, I'm moving to the city of Hope in Orange County, And that is an area where 3.2 million people live and are going to be affected a smudge of 18 to 20% of new cancer in the next 10 years, So we have to be vigilant about this. Dr Edward Kim Geun, physician in chief city of Hope, Orange County and Great update and you take a look at so much of the progress we are able to make. It's hard for people who've lost members of their family cancer cancer runs in my family. I've lost three members to brain cancer. And way too young of an age. At the same time, while we don't have a cure, think about how many cancers he used to be. You go back in the eighties You heard cancer. Our first thought was death right now. It's okay. What type? How early? Did you catch up? Then alone shows how far we've come in all this so very optimistic about The future. All especially the early detection stuff. All right, going to be right back. My top three takeaways here. The prime mud show news radio 6 10 wi ony today I'm taking it to the streets to give people the good news. Oh, excuse me. Hello. I'm Flo from progressive. And did you know I'm just waiting for the bus. So then you have time to hear about how with home court Explorer..

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Lawsuits filed against auto insurers over rates in pandemic

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Lawsuits filed against auto insurers over rates in pandemic

"Not driving half assed much. Auto insurance customers are suing 10 major insurers in Nevada. They're accusing the companies of charging excessive insurance premiums during the pandemic, even though driving and collisions declined. The class action lawsuits acknowledged that some insurers provided discounts but argue it wasn't meaningful relief that reflects the reduction and cars on the road. And reduce driving during the pandemic. The Consumer Federation of America has also said the relief from insurance companies wasn't enough while claims dropped in auto crashes declined. That's Fox's GeneCo's Sola mornings at 87 35. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio. 6 10

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Mega Millions winning numbers announced for $530 million jackpot

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00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Mega Millions winning numbers announced for $530 million jackpot

"May be slim, which could be so rich as to never have to work another day in this or any other lifetime more from Natalie Rodriguez. We're talking some serious money. The jackpot for tonight's mega millions Drawing has climbed to $615 Million and the top prize in the power ball game for tomorrow night 550 million. If you win, you have the annuity option in which prices are paid out over 30 years or, like most winners opt for the cash option, which for the mega millions would now be an estimated $451.8 million and for the Powerball 411.4 million. Pretty sweet. Natalie Rodriguez,

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We got Natalie Rodriguez with the 20 story. Hey, Natalie. Hey, Brian. I want to keep it light here and talk about something nice and sweet for a change. Last 24 hours has not been so good for us. When one donut just won't do. Oreo is offering an entire package. It's yes new strawberry Frosted Donut flavor Oreos that are gonna be hitting store shelves in March. The cookies air filled with two layers of the cream filling, including one with rainbow Sprinkles. There you go with two layers because one layer just wouldn't be enough exactly. You do that it double stuff kind of thing. I like Standard Oreos. Okay, Very good. Yeah, very good Kisser is, you know there's a bigger difference there. Then I think you would think that the answer. I remember the first time I dove into on this double stuff like Whoa. That's a lot. That's too much, sweet Lord. And on that note. Yeah. You don't want to think about that. Do you want you're consuming? S Oh, by the way we talked about earlier in the week. How the governor had called on the emergency management Department of the state to begin to evaluate some of these covert testing sites. Thies State run sites for conversions to Vaccination centers and hard rock city. Indeed, it's going to be one of those that is going to be converted to a vaccination state site. So stand by for news and on that particular note. It takes us to the Q and a of the deck. Is preferential treatment being used to prioritize covert vaccines in South Florida. And every day I do feature a listener. Question something about one of these methods..

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"So called Obama care plans began November 1st and ends December 15th John Conrad News radio 6 10 w Y o D coming up on 705. A special meeting is on tap this morning in Miami Beach to discuss the fate of the South Beach Entertainment District. Mayor Dan Gelber proposes a re imaging of the area is an arts and cultural district with a program including incentives and regulations to stop out of control behavior and what they're calling bad business practices along Ocean drive. This would involve major changes in policing and code enforcement commissioners also are to discuss the potential appointment of an interim city manager to fill the position being vacated by Jimmy Morales, who was recently named Miami Dade's chief operations officer. Don't know Five on the dot a lot on the line for self for the football fans this weekend. Win Sunday against the 281 Cincinnati Bangles will give the Miami Dolphins their best 12 Games start since 2003 at eight and four. The Finns recent successes partially credited to special teams wide receiver became, Grant says. They're just having fun playing together. We know that special things is a big part of the game and special teams can you know, win or lose us the game and we wanna be great on every face. On the college front, The 10th ranked Miami Hurricanes returned to the field tomorrow after a three week cove it caused break to take on Duke. McCain's loss in Durham or Clemson win eliminates Miami from the SEC championship game aircraft. REGUS News Radio 6 10 W. Y. O D and Florida State has had three straight games disrupted by Corona virus issues. The Noles won't be playing this weekend. The revised FS you schedule has it playing Duke a week from tomorrow? Include including the season with the wake Forest. The Knowles are two and six mornings at 7 37 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy Back to You. All Right, Thank you. What's the biggest threat to America these days? What is the single biggest threat? Where intelligence chief chimes in on this. We'll tell you all about it. Why? It's red Headed 7 12 traffic. It's 7 10 a news radio 6 10 w y o D, What clean, glowing skin on the daily meet new, Say knives. Space cleansers made with 100% natural watermelon came a meal or day tree extracts. Wash away dirt in oil for a little good, clean fun every day..

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Millions of Americans Voting Early in What Could be Record Election Turnout

Brian Mudd

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Millions of Americans Voting Early in What Could be Record Election Turnout

"S elections projects is over 27 million of cast early voting ballots. That's about 20% already of the total vote count of the 2016 election. Another 55 fatalities reported yesterday to the States Coronavirus death toll awaiting the new report from the Health Department today yesterday more than 2500 new cases were reported. And for the first time in over six months, the Miami immigration Courthouse is open. It's back to business, but it's not business as usual. Is Uncle Sam resumes in person Deportation proceedings Today, masks are required. But Miami immigration attorney Tammy Fox is a cough says they've been given no information about other courthouse safety protocols. And she says other immigration courts that have tried to reopen have not been successful. These immigration courts that have reopened, have re opened for a day and then closed the next day, then reopened for a day, then closed for two days. There's no notice on their operation. There's a major backlog of cases due to the shutdown, leaving hundreds of thousands of immigrants in limbo, waiting their day in court. When did Grossman NewsRadio 6 10? Coyote showers, thunderstorms? It's all increasing with a large low pressure system located about 700 miles southeast of Bermuda. It is expected to develop into a hurricane. Leader this week. Tropical depression number 27, which will be named Absalon when it does take a look right now on Wall Street, negative trading across the board. Dowd just dropped 4.5 points in 28,602 NASDAQ off 6.5 points. Yes, and peace down by two more news at 11 30 more Brian Mud on the way I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio. 6 10 w y o D fly from South Florida

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Welcome back to the show Got Natalie Rodriguez with a trending story. Hey, Natalie, Hey, Brian, Ben and Jerry's making it easier for folks to indulge and their sweet tooth. Cherry Garcia is now gluten free, and it's not all 10. Other flavors are soon going to get the official stamp of approval, including Chunky Monkey, Vanilla, Caramel Fudge and New York Super Fudge Chunk. The company says that the's certification offers peace of mind to those who've been very careful with their diet. And no amount of no amount of even gluten free would brain Me nor my wife to Communist ice cream. Still not doing the kami ice cream. It's what a day it's it's gone full on Communist My taste, but I did know it, though. It's been so long. It's probably been 20 years since I did Ben Jerry's Anyway, I digress. Home the hearings, so I have The here and now one of the monitors here in the studio, and I don't know what's going on because I don't have the volume up. It's running out of the closed caption on so consider, and Reed was taking place. But you have Sheldon Whitehouse, Democrat from Rhode Island, who has been Engaged in his session of questioning here, and I have no idea what's being said, But I mean, it is just hilarious to watch. Amy Kuney. Barrett has for the most part for the last 10 Minutes or so had this look on her face, like what in the world is wrong with you, and he's taking his glasses on there, going off the hands or flying. Whatever else I don't know if he's trying to do his best version of the Spartacus Impersonation, trying to up stage Cory Booker from the Cabinet hearings or what? But anyway, about the hearings we have Dr Richard Lease the author of the Battle for the Soul of America and how Christians can win it, And you may have all him at their hope. Yusa. Dr Lee tell us why you think Christianity and we know Catholicism's specifically in the case of Judge Baird. Why, that is really on the line with what's point out right now. Thanks. Brian will very clearly we can see that, Uh, the one thing that these clowns excuse me in saying that the clowns by doing the show and tell with a little cardboard pictures so far. And this this confirmation process. They're doing this, but they're they're They're they're skirting around this lady's religion. And of course, we know the Constitution says it's been said top, Tom again reminded that the Constitution says That you can't do that You can't mention or even consider a person's religion for appointments in such an office, But we looked back over the past. Excuse me. Past 9 to 10 months We've seen a progression off putting the church on trial. The church on trial. Can we make them sit? A certain distance apart. Can we make them not even meet together? Can we say if you meet an open forum outside, that's wrong all of these air test By a socialist Democratic governors on DH mayor's very cities to see what the church is willing to do. The church. Is that basically been willing to do whatever you ask. Left. There's just a few and I have been a few Pastors who are who are men with intestinal fortitude. He said. No, we don't know they will bathe. God rose seizure, So it's a very important time in the history of our nation. We all know that. People. Good sense know that, But it's also a very important time in Christendom in America, and if Christians allow themselves to be continually put down Continually told what to do without any respect, no respect. I mean, they respect nightclubs and and liquor sales more than they do. The Church of Jesus Christ will allow this nation do that. We're gonna be in deep trouble. Induct early you bring up Important points. Threat our country's history and even before its founding It's not as though it was smooth sailing. And we know there's butting of heads over, you know certain issues pertaining to religion At the same time, there's also been a false narrative about you know, the establishment of a state religion. There is no such thing. Separation of church and state. What is standard is that there shall be established state religion. So, for example, there should not be a Church of England England effect. That bastardization in particular, because if you mention separation of church and state, you will find even educated people and sometimes on the right that actually think Betty. It exists. How much has that one false narrative played into where we are today. Well, Ah, great deal a great deal. There's nothing of course, in any documents in the U. S federal code or anything else that says that The There is a separation of church and state. There is an amendment. First amendment says that the state can't touch the church. But the church is part of the state because I mean, the church is able to go into the state because the church is people. And people make up the nation. And that's why Christ told us to get out of the churches and be the sole enlightened society. No. Christ could have stayed in the Senate guards all the time. Teach he wouldn't there occasionally. But most of the time he was out on the dusty roads, spreading the gospel and also even going into a out of court. And turning over the money. CAD changes tables. What am I saying? I'm saying, Christ said. We're to occupy every aspect of society with our lives. Just like Other religions of freedom. Do you know that in a movie theater? Not here, Jesusname used pain 50 times in all types of forms. The name of Jesus Christ, Our God, this God that I have never heard the name of Luda. I've never heard the name of Mohammed slandered in the movie theaters. They're afraid to do that. Well, they all have godly fear for the name of Jesus as because of church has not stood What I'm saying is the key to it all 75% of Americans. Say they're Christians of some sort or another. Yet half of them are not even registered to vote and the that the almost half the register to vote, only half of them vote. So we're advocating our nation and our rights and it all goes down to the majority and the majority religious lives are Christians in this nation. Dr Lee appreciate the time the inside. He's the author of the Battle for the Soul of America, and how Christians can win it and his Twitter handle at There's Hope, Yusa. Right back here. The bride. Maturity is ready, you six n W. For more information about contests on this station, Go to w 00 d dot com slash rules. Jimmy Several here fall is here as well. And that means false savings and all.

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Miami Dolphins Schedule Blown Up As Result Of Patriots-Broncos Postponement

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Miami Dolphins Schedule Blown Up As Result Of Patriots-Broncos Postponement

"Some positive code 19 cases around the NFL are impacting the Dolphins schedule. The NFL announcing Miami's going to host the Jets next weekend instead of Denver, who will play New England? Change was made because Denver's game against New England that was set for yesterday was postponed after some Patriots players tested positive. The Dolphins Broncos game will be played in week 11, which was supposed to be Miami's bye week, but the buy was moved to week. Number seven. Mornings at 9 39 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy back to you.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Holiday packaging? We should be listening to the electorate to the population of people who are extremely upset and worried about whether or not their vote will count. A spokesman for the postal Workers again says even the employees will have to work overtime. They will be able to handle the election demand. 805 Joe Biden's on the campaign trail in Michigan. Today, the Democratic presidential nominee making a campaign stop the city of or near Detroit, where he'll speak about jobs in manufacturing. President Trump will be in Michigan on Thursday. I mean, he just four wins away from playing for the N ba title. My mother he'd be well, Milwaukee one or 3 to 94 last night in Orlando to win the series four games to one, they'll play either Boston or Toronto in the Eastern Conference finals. First time they were there since 2014 Sixto Sanchez and four relievers combined on a four hitters. A Marlins blasted Braves ate nothing in Cumberland, Matt Joyce, Horia Faro and Gary Cooper. All homer for Miami, which will go for the three game sweep later tonight, and Major League Baseball is paying tribute today. Toe a Hall of Famer. Consider one of the best Puerto Rican players in the American pastime. The Pittsburgh Pirates will all wear the number 21 for today's game against the Chicago White Sox paying respect to the late Roberto Clemente. Pirates legend who went on to become the first Latin American player elected to Cooperstown. I think we pope and continue that it will grow because we have strong feelings about the number 21 Pittsburgh manager Derek Shelton Major League Baseball extending the opportunity to wear the number 21 today to all players from Clemente is native Puerto Rico 15 time All Star and former National League in World Series MVP. Clemente was also regarded for his charitable efforts killed in a plane crash in 1972. Helping to deliver relief to earthquake stricken Nicaragua. That's Fox is Matt Napolitano. More news at 8 38 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez, Jimmy. Sorry. Thanks for the president. His hand has been strengthened here in the state of Florida by two poles that air out and one in particular that relates to Miami Dade County will tell you all about that straight ahead. At 8 12 Traffic away Tana NewsRadio, 6 10 w y o D from smart phones and TVs, desktops,.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"No longer will our drop blood on ground. I think that a seat amount of mustard is not going to go. I'm hurt. You disappoint me. They say these issues are important and protesters are not going away until changes are made. Coming upon 605 in Miami Dade County teachers and students are hoping that they can easily log onto their online classes today after cyberattacks apparently disrupted distance learning last week. The goal this week is to try and determine if the cyber attacks are related to the K. 12 Online malfunction, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says. That's why elementary students will continue logging onto the platform this week while middle High schoolers. Will you zoom or Microsoft teams? He says The decision will be made after Friday as to whether or not the district will continue using K 12 whether we have confidence that that platform can be re initiated without the systemic problems that we identified more if we abandon it all together, a 16 year old is nabbed for hacking the system, but the search is on for others. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 DUP. All those in the tourism industry, at least here in Florida may see reason for optimism. Following Labor Day weekend, Orlando's major theme parks, Universal and Disney announced they reached capacity. Dr. Robert Ico. Croesus, associate dean of UCSF's College of Hospitality, says this could be a sign that the tourism industry is going to come back strong, he says. As covet 19 cases continue to drop in this state, Florida will again emerge as a number one destination. The heat are going to try to wrap up their serious tonight against the Bucks in Game five in advance to the next round in the MBA playoffs when he failed to sweep the series when it lost 1, 18 1 15 and OT game for Sunday if Game six is necessary. It will be Thursday in Orlando. The general has going for 45 with two doubles into R B I, including the game winner in the 10th inning. The Marlins Fivefour win over the priests in Atlanta seeks those Sanchez will try tonight to start as the serious continues at tourist Park. Forney's at 6 36 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy. Good morning. Good morning coming up in just a minute. Donald Trump Police say those terrible things about military personnel. John Boland gave an interview. But you're not saying much about it. Are you? Disingenuous. Lying. Or a selective journalism. We'll talk about it straight ahead. 6 12 traffic at 6 10 on NewsRadio 16 w I OD from local issues to the presidential candidates. When you're dealing with these Democrats, you're fighting in an alley, Your 2020 election connection. His news radio 6 10 w..

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"95 on its way down clipping part of a building. A search of the tail number shows that the plane was registered to conquest Air. Out of Miami lakes and had taken off from Pompano Beach Airpark shortly after nine this morning. At least one person is dead and the F A, A and NTSB are both. Investigating the situation. It's coming up now on 10 30 to your voice your vote President. Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president on the final night of the party convention and after spending 3.5 years in the White House, continue to paint himself as the insurgent candidate. Together. We have ended the rule of the failed political class. And they are desperate to get their power back by any means necessary. ABC is Mary Bruce in Washington, says the setting was unprecedented. It was something we've never seen before. The South Lawn of the White House converted into a pact convention floor, nearly 2000 supporters, no social distancing and very few masks president out of the administration's response to cope in 19 the same day the U. S death toll past 180,000 people, we will have a safe and effective vaccine this year. And together we will crush the virus attack Democratic nominee Joe Biden, saying he's the candidate to rebuild the economy with continuing coverage. The Republican National Convention I'm Brian Clark. ABC NEWS Florida's current virus case, Numbers are up by 3300 now approaching a total of 612,000 another 135 fatalities, raising our death toll to nearly 11,000. Chow's up. 53 points. 20,545 NASDAQ is up 69 the S and P s up by nearly six points. More news at 11 more Brian Mud on the way. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio. 6 10 w O T Caverns.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'm Natalie Rodriguez, the latest with the ongoing warfare with Corona virus here in the state, But first we've got to check. Stand Morris in the W I A 24 hour traffic center. Good morning. We're still dealing with that accident on Krome Avenue South bound, thanks to an overturned tractor trailer at Okeechobee Road. The road a shutdown between Okeechobee and Northwest 1 85th Street. Those who want to get through you're gonna have to stick to the turnpike as your alternate. Also expect some delays. If you're on, Okeechobee wrote, it is also significantly affected by this incident. On all Let's do our best to stay safe out there things looking good. Otherwise in our Miami Dade expressways, your next report in 10 minutes on NewsRadio 6 10 w e couple stray showers this morning. Now over Boake and Deerfield Beach words 82 degrees Further south. We've got dry conditions so far in Broward County. Right now, it's 82 Davey and 82 also in Miami Day, looking at Kendall and Sweetwater Sweetwater checks in at 84 right now. Only six So one Corona virus is responsible for over 200 new deaths and Florida Department of Health yesterday announcing 212 and that's from covert 19 over 8100 new cases reported which mark 17 straight days with less than 10,000 cases of positivity rate just under 12% which marks the fourth straight day that the rate has Increased, but these numbers may be skewed by what the governor calls a data dump on the story. We reported to you first. The State Health Department yesterday.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"There is a very busy news day. Natalie Rodriguez your top trending stories. Natalie Ryan President Trump is coming to town this Friday. He'll be a U S. Southern Command and Darryl. The White House just put out a press release, saying that the trip aims to highlight his administration's relentless whole of government approach to curb the trafficking of drugs into our country. A couple of months ago, he did announce an enhanced counter narcotics up in the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific near Central America. So it's all tying in together. I was actually thinking about that a couple days ago, and it's kind of ironic Talk about President Trump coming to South border Here he is no longer is south for his second home. It is his primary residence. This side of Pennsylvania Avenue. And yet he's not been ableto come and really any point during the course of this year because of the pandemic. Alright, speaking to the President Terry, I wanted to weigh in Terry. Welcome to the show. Yes, Hello. I wanted to say, Don't bother with Trump's personal taxes. Why would this man want to do anything wrong when he's the only president that never even took his presidential salary, which is big money for four years because he's really trying to do everything right for America? He's not looking to cheat on anything, and nobody gives him credit. They may go full flies about it, so stay away from this personal stuff he did before he was elected because he's elected now. Working hard. And a lot of his own just to keep in their safe. Well, maybe saying again Thank you Make America safe again like that. Thanks there, alright so and that pertains to another Supreme Court ruling. We're due any time it'll happen this week, but could happen at any time this week on the president's taxes, as you did have congressional Democrats that we're looking to subpoena Those records that the president did not end up disclosing And we'll see where that whole story goes legal analyst and the only member of the White House Press Corps John Decker, who was an attorney, he was saying yesterday that he believes that the court will roll that the president does have to release those financial records and part of it is the way that they were subpoenaed that being from financial institutions Not directly from him. So we shall see how that whole thing goes down now I mentioned I've got a story. One that buttress is one of the points made by car, the previous segment, and one that actually will contradict the contradictory one comes up in today's queuing at the day. It is about what thehe Riel Koven 19 survival rate or death rate happens to be updated information on all of that for you, and I've got worldwide analysis the United States and Florida. What I will tell you is while it is still somewhat fluid, it is a given an absolute given that the death rate Four Cove in 19 across this country around the world, right here in Florida is a minimum of 6.6 times works, it would be 660% worse than any Of the worst flu season we've ever had in our country's history. And right now the closed case death rate actually shows a number of north of 10% so we'll get into that in just a little bit. The actual death rate to date for those that have been recovered and reported is a lot higher than anything. That's one per cent or 10.1%. That being the case, we'll cross that bridge y'all a bill later. Here's the one that actually is in line with some of the arguments against some of the measures that have been taken in Florida. Florida. Get this has not experienced any net excess deaths studio. The 19 got to tell you. This is one. That is where I was shocked myself. I always just present the information and go where it takes us. Always what I do, and it's been a heated debate from the earliest weeks of the pandemic. How accurate is the reporting of coronavirus cases? How many diagnose people have encountered multiple times? How many people never tested for the virus, but they had and how many people died of something. That would have been something else had it not been categorized as a cove and death. It's all been part of the conversation, right? The one thing that I presented to you right along is excess death information. And as much as it sounds like an odd metric, if something the CDC has always kept And simply put it accounts for everything. Which is why I like looking at it every time we have updated information, and now that we have six months of the year behind us, and that kind of data from the CDC We've got some really compelling stuff to take a look at. For example, Let's say you had never heard of Copan 19 year from outer space who were just dropped here on the planet and you were to take a look at the CDC is updated information for the 1st 6 months of this year. Here is what you would see. UNC that 5% more Americans died in the 1st 6 months this year, then Wood and the average year You'd also know that 25 states had excess debts. That means more people that died then would have In the average year during that time. And you'd also see that New York led the country and excess deaths with a death rate that was 108% higher. Then the normal 1st 6 months of the year should have suggested So. In other words, New York had more than doubled the debts for the 1st 6 months. Then they ordinarily would have.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Good morning I'm Natalie Rodriguez the very latest on the corona virus pandemic and three openings of several cities including Miami right now though a check for the W. I. D. twenty four hour traffic center good morning don't feel much better northwest twelfth Avenue construction is blocking the left lane macarthur was spent on the road constructions blocking two right lanes in Broward county smooth ride continues crash free moving at speed your next updated ten minutes news radio six ten WYO date we're taking a look right now at doppler radar we'll see a mix of sun and clouds this morning could see an isolated rain shower to pop it up and then this afternoon a return of a possible shower and thunderstorm is expected take a look right now at doppler radar nice and quiet as far as the Brownsville area is concerned but seeing approaching shower toward a southwest ranches were at seventy three seventy seven right now in Kendall it's nine oh one this hopefully health crisis continues to diminish over time people feel more confident Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber says people need to get back out but it has to be done in structured phases there's plenty of ours left in our community it's still here and we have to make sure we we will take right precautions restaurants will not reopen until a week from today when disbursement newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. city of Miami employees rather city of Miramar employees including police and firefighters are expected to protest this afternoon outside city hall before the city commission meeting they're upset with the measure from the city to save nearly four million dollars by forcing all full time workers to take eight hours of furloughs a week between next month and to through the end of September S. C. officials expect that the corona viruses can cause a twenty three million dollar deficit meanwhile at nine oh four cruise ship workers are desperate to see Landon families again two months after the cruise industry shut down due to the corona virus pandemic more than one hundred thousand crewmembers have remained a trapped at sea with little reliable information about what will happen to them most passengers were able to get off the cruise ships by early April however staff have mainly been stuck on ships throughout the world some workers have protested demanding answers from the captain about when they will return home and that is Matt Matt and Senate reporting delta airlines is looking for employees who volunteer to leave the chief financial officer for delta telling investors they're they're offering voluntary separations and early retirement in order permanently cut its payroll eleven journal constitution reported nearly half of delta's ninety thousand employees have taken unpaid leaves so far and it's a graduation season like none other commencement ceremonies are going virtual next month such as a momentous occasion has sort of been robbed from them well my meeting school superintendent Alberto Carvallo has promised high school seniors traditional physical ceremonies when it's safer together for now let's get a buzz going he wants people today to take to social media with hashtags MDCPS grad class of twenty twenty and senior spotlight let's have graduation day here in Miami Dade and the celebration of the seniors as a trending factor on Twitter and Instagram later today pumping a beach is starring for razor blades easily and pumping a beach high grads outside their campuses are correct I guess news radio six ten WYO decline unrelated news air travel maybe a little light in South Florida but it's not stopping some criminals customs and border protection agents at Miami International Airport of seized an M. four rifle attack nine pistol and ammo made to look like toys also bound for Kiana another flight was more than six pounds of marijuana hidden in cereal boxes and an iced tea container they also intercepted more than thirty two pounds of pot concealed and cereal and diaper box is headed for Antigua before flying out to Costa Rica officers Miami stop shipments of magazines and documents stuffed with nearly fifty thousand dollars in cash forty nine thirty nine oh six I'm Natalie Rodriguez Jimmy all right thank you Jim Smith a former senator from South Carolina now head of the conservative think tank adopted piece for Newsweek at talking about our relationship with China what we've found out in the years since he was in the Senate in the years since George W. bush up to open up free trade with them a little further and what we need to do now German Jones us at nine twelve traffic and I intended to reduce extend WYO day when it's on our social side to stay plugged into the local news and events one of the reasons I think we listen to each other click on the Facebook link at WYO D. dot com.

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Jobless claims jump another 4.4 million

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

06:17 min | 2 years ago

Jobless claims jump another 4.4 million

"Labor department just out with its latest numbers on unemployment across the country last week another four point four million people filed for first time unemployment benefits adding to the twenty two million people currently out of work it means in the past five weeks a total of twenty six million Americans have found themselves either laid off or furloughed and that still doesn't include those who haven't been able to log on to state unemployment sites this represents by far the largest streak of US job losses ever on record this month some economists think the unemployment rate could reach a twenty percent again nearly four and a half million more Americans filing for jobless benefits according to the labor department this is been a special report from ABC news I'm sherry Preston nine oh to the coronavirus responsible for over forty more deaths in South Florida the Florida department of health announcing twenty more yesterday each in Miami Dade and Broward for more deaths in Palm Beach county Miami Dade state high death toll climbing to two hundred fifty two and statewide sixty deaths were reported yesterday Florida will soon be able to increase the number of code nineteen tests that can be processed per day by eighteen thousand after the state signed contracts with two new testing companies come around his chances in dissipates we'll be able to provide results within a two day period these tasks that these labs will primarily be where we send our samples that we collect in the long term care and assisted living facilities and at the community based walk up sites and governor Ron DeSantis says that these walk up testing sites will be in Miami Dade Palm Beach orange Hillsborough Duval and Leon counties nine oh three Broward county teacher is in need of life saving help to beat the corona virus fox trail elementary Stephanie Miller is is on on a a ventilator ventilator at at memorial memorial west west hospital hospital her her mom mom says says a a plasma plasma donation donation from from a a recovered recovered patient patient is is needed needed those those interested interested in in donating donating plasma plasma can can contact contact one one blood blood more food dot drives are taking place today our own mobile Mike is out of the U. S. manor academy in Hialeah he's been hosting a luncheon for hospital worker exactly link clinic in Weston feeding South Florida is out and about just all over the place they're hosting a food drive from now until eleven at mills pond park in fort Lauderdale in Hialeah they're a good look Park City and Miami holding a drive thru only distribution and ultra down that the Catholic Church from ten to one and the city of north Miami has went from ten to one also at the Joe Celestin center in the fifteen hundred block of north west one hundred thirty fifth street and small business relief bills being voted on in the house this morning after sailing through the Senate the bipartisan measure will pump more than four hundred billion dollars into a popular small business loan fund that's run dry southwire congresswoman Debbie McChrystal pal says the bill provides three hundred ten billion for small businesses fifty billion for disaster landing seventy five billion for hospitals and health care workers and we've also secured twenty five billion for testing which is the key to re opening the economy and resuming our lives she says she's working with banks and lenders providing assistance so that they're ready to process applications as quickly as possible no word yet how long it'll take for the money to be doled out Sino foreign tonight is a must see TV for sports fan even though there's no timetable for football to return to the field of the NFL is going through with a virtual draft it'll be different we're ready to go Miami dolphins general manager Chris Greer says because a social distancing coaches in upper management will be in different draft rooms urgency about this process if and start the day with fourteen picks in the seven rounds including the fifth overall aircraft Regis news radio six ten WYO D. sun five universal Orlando plans to use modern technology to help it reopened safely universal exact John Sproule says that doubt they didn't actually say when the park will reopen but when it does yeah that virtual line technology will be used to enforce social distancing guidelines virtual line technology is already used at volcano bay to minimize the amount of time someone has to wait in line and spouse wants to to expand it to as many attractions as possible also adding that when the park first reopens there may be restrictions on how many people are allowed inside chipotle is now donating burritos to those fighting corona virus just buy a burrito on the website or app and add the code the number for heroes that's the number four followed by the word hero is in all caps each time that happens the restaurant will donate a burrito to health care workers coronavirus it's affected all of us we want to hear from you please go to W. I. O. T. dot com complete our quarantine survey we promise it short I'm Natalie Rodriguez Jimmy all right thank you marker puto political reporter for politico gives his thoughts on the race the president of course Joe Biden that is straight ahead at nitro dragon identities radio sixty MW I owed a as for the publication of finding what you need to know at the top and thirty minutes fast newsradio six ten W. Y. O. 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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'm Natalie Rodriguez we're halfway through the work week and still talking about corona virus the death toll continues to rise the leaders coming up the first Taylor admins the W. why would a twenty four hour traffic center thanks Natalie Paul Miller sat down to read read a disabled vehicle in the left lane blocked three ninety five he's gonna use one disabled vehicles blocking the right lane in ninety five north bound for the dolphin crashes the left lane blocked delays in a downtown seventy five south on a royal Palm Boulevard of transporting three right lanes have delays are building your next update at nine ten news radio six ten W. O. D. take a look right now doppler radar plenty of sunshine seventy nine in fort Lauderdale eighty already in Miami springs at nine oh one rotavirus deaths are rising three more are connected to the outbreak bringing the total to nine here in the U. S. the fatalities include two patients in Washington state who died last month but were not initially linked to the virus there are now at least one hundred eight confirmed cases around the country at the White House yesterday CDC director Robert Redfield warned that in the right setting corona virus has the potential to move quickly and despite fears of code nineteen a big show coming up in Miami Dade is still ago Miami Dade mayor Carlos Ximenes and Miami mayor Francis Suarez announcing there are no plans as of today to cancel the ultra music festival source says he's been in touch with federal and state health officials no one's recommended calling the concert off it's set to begin in about two weeks source also said event organizers have been asked to take precautions to avoid the possible spread of the illness and with the rising number of code nineteen cases in the sunshine state officials are reminding you to think about what exactly you go around touching up to nine days that's how long corona viruses can persist on surfaces like plastic glass or metal so the Florida agriculture department is reminding people about gas pumps and cooking surfaces like countertops and cutting boards Miami Dade elections Robert Rodriguez says all early voting privacy booths are being periodically wipe down with sanitizers and voters when they get to the early voting site or their election day we will have a hand sanitizer available so that if they would choose to wash your hands with the before and after the console do so Broward will also have hand sanitizer available at its early voting sites when they open on Saturday aircraft I guess newsradio six ten W. I. U. D. SO nine oh three it was a big day for Joe Biden this is Alex stone in Los Angeles we're after is multiple super Tuesday winds Joe Biden supporters got a taste of the new fired up Biden on the campaign trail hello my name's team liking what they saw on Tuesday left behind okay soon ABC news with the Biden campaign in Los Angeles winning nine of the fifteen contest Bernie Sanders took three California still being counted Elizabeth Warren could only build up enough support to come in third in her home state of Massachusetts and Mike Bloomberg yesterday reassessing his campaign ABC's Cecilia Vega traveling with them says he's not giving up he's supported already his own campaign to.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Good morning I'm Natalie Rodriguez expecting to hear from governor Ron DeSantis in Miami with the Surgeon General after two presumptive positive cases of corona virus here in Florida so we've got Taylor admins in the W. I. O. D. twenty four hour traffic center thanks Natalie turnpike extension north found itself was two sixteen through the cracks blocking two right lanes dolphin was found after north west fourth Avenue debris on the roadway has two right lanes blocked at least a ninety five ninety five north by northwest seventy ninth street disabled vehicle had a leveling blocking the express lanes that's now clear your next updated eight forty newsradio six ten W. IV take a look right now at doppler radar we've got seventy degrees in fort Lauderdale and sixty nine degrees and medley it's eight thirty one the first two cases of coronavirus possibly diagnosed here in Florida their presumptive positive cases in the Tampa Bay area that still need to be confirmed one case involved a person from manatee county who has no history of traveling to countries with a widespread outbreak of the disease at persons in isolation being monitored the other case is out of Hillsborough County a person who does have a history of traveling to Italy governor de Santis declared a public health emergency and is holding two news conferences one at ten thirty this morning in Tampa and another at two PM where he'll be at the Florida department of health in Miami president trump me while sitting down today with officials from American drug companies the big topic of course the coronavirus vaccine president trump meets today at the White House with top officials from eight U. S. pharmaceutical companies the president on Saturday said he'll be discussing with them a vaccine for corona virus they've already started working on it developing very rapidly a vaccine for the virus to combat the virus but another big issue for these pharmaceutical companies supply chain disruptions in China due to the virus about ninety percent of the active ingredients used by U. S. companies in drug manufacturing come from China which is raising concerns about potential shortages of medication let's see B. C.'s Karen Travers at the White House it's eight thirty two illness bringing a Caribbean vacation to an early end a Caribbean princess cruise ship docked in port Everglades this weekend after more than two hundred passengers and crew members were sick testing confirms that the onus is norovirus this comes after four hundred people got sick from norovirus on another Caribbean princess cruise last month it's a thirty three beginning today Miami Dade voters can start weighing in early on the Florida presidential preference primary early voting is being held at twenty three locations across the county Miami Dade supervisor of elections Christina white says it's easy and convenient fourteen full days of early voting with varying hours to accommodate everybody schedule and you can go to any one of the early voting location although there is need is a valid picture ID Florida has a closed primary so only registered Democrats or Republicans can turn out early voting begins Saturday in Broward and ends two days before the primary Wendy Grossman newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. former vice president Joe Biden looking to super Tuesday after his big win in South Carolina it's about giving confidence to the American people that we can get the things done which I believe we can get down there not looking for revolution they're looking for results looking for change are looking for moving forward on NBC's meet the press Biden said he raised more than five million dollars in the last twenty four hours check his messages what's going to lead to victory inciting his broad base of support adding he believes he can win the democratic primary before the party's convention however he wouldn't speculate about what constitutes a good data California the biggest prize on super Tuesday a thirty four south Korea's military saying North Korea has fired two unidentified projectiles the two weapons were fired towards the sea of Japan but no other details about them have been released is the first weapons test for the north this year south Korean media reports that last year over a dozen missile tests took place as talks between North Korea and the U. S. told the new chair there the longest war in American history may be winding down after deal with the Taliban speaking to CBS's face the nascent nation secretary of state Mike Pompeo touted the agreement but stressed that it's about accountability not trust he added that nobody is under any illusion that the path forward will be easy and the US airforce is changing it's on to reflect a gender neutral force.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Good morning I'm Natalie Rodriguez it's finally Friday in a cool start to the weekend but it's gonna get down right cold by tonight at a much more coming up first we can tailor admins in the W. I O. T. twenty four hour traffic center thanks Natalie Palmer was found before red road crash blocking two right lanes turnpike southbound before read write a crash blocking the left lane delays university ninety five north bound before Hallandale beach Boulevard a crash blocking two right lanes in ninety five northbound delays are heavy from sample to Hillsborough your next update at nine forty he's radio six ten W. I was D. take a look right now it operator plenty of sunshine and temperatures already in the low fifties it's a better view of the forties that we had this morning we've got fifty five right now in fort Lauderdale and fifty seven degrees over by Miami International Airport it's now nine thirty one AM tonight's going to be one of those nights you need to bundle up I don't think we're gonna have to worry about the gone is falling over the trees this time but we are talking below average numbers by a significant amount weather channel meteorologist Scott Laura Moore predicts another chilly night with temperatures dipping into the upper forties it takes mid forties for the lizards go into a dormant state in fall out of trees we'll be able to shed our layers by the weekend with highs into the lower seventies and we'll turn the calendar to March in rebound to the upper seventies and even though it's been a mild twenty twenty lar more isn't discounting another cold front in the coming weeks aircraft Regus newsradio six ten W. I. O. D. and nothing compared to a blizzard that's blowing across the Great Lakes dumping four feet of snow on upstate New York today the National Weather Service is predicting a massive amount of lake effect snow caused by freezing air blowing over warm water complete with sixty mile per hour wind gusts and white out conditions it down I thirty two in the Dow suffering its worst point drop ever is the sell off a by product of the market that shot to record highs very quickly or is coronavirus solely to blame CNBC's Ron insana chimes and the market was clearly overbought in on one hand when you get in those situations where the market goes up so far so fast there's often an excuse for the selling this seems to be more like a resentment rather than an excuse and Wall Street trading getting underway this morning the Dow right now is down one thousand one hundred ninety one points nasdaq is down two hundred thirty seven points and the S. and P. is off by seventy nine points of course will continue to monitor the stocks where some U. S. navy ships are being ordered to stay at sea and quarantine their crews all ships which have made stops in Pacific nations will have to wait fourteen days before returning to the US to confirm no one aboard has coronavirus that order comes as the deadly disease continues to spread globally the order affects the fleet headquartered in Japan where about fifty thousand troops are stationed at is Cameron Fairchild you are here.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'm Natalie Rodriguez getting ready for the riders that will be heading our streets on this MLK day but first check on traffic from the W. ID twenty four hour traffic center the morning crash macarthur east bound at the a tunnel the port there we had that car fire Tamiami trail at chrome that's no clear to me any now re opened in both directions so that's some construction going on in Broward county turnpike northbound before Griffin District Court brought to you by indeed dot com you only want to use the best route to drive across town to do the same when you need a higher indeed provides hiring managers the straightest path to the best new employees customized solutions like screener questions and skill tests will help you see beyond the resume post your next job indeed dot com slash hire an expert in fifteen minutes Michael solar newsradio six ten W. Y. yo di sixty nine west and seventy one in downtown Miami it's five thirty one and annual Anil Katie tradition is already under way despite threats from police dozens of ATVs have been seen riding along public streets throughout north Miami Dade ATVs are not allowed on public streets and police a promise to strictly enforce traffic laws they say the annual tradition is dangerous riders claim they're not doing anything bad or hurting anyone you all doctor Martin Luther king day is being celebrated with the nation's oldest and largest parades right here in South Florida the parade covers the eight mile route Dr king travel during his visits to Miami beginning on the corner of north west fifty fourth street and tenth Avenue in ending in MLK Memorial Park along north west thirty second court the family festival immediately follows with cultural programs and performances mayor Francis forest says there are more than one hundred participants from high school bands and drill teams to church and veteran groups just one of opportunity for him to pay tribute to wonderful opportunity for him to enjoy outdoor activity to being in sorter communing with each other Rick Beasley executive director of the South Florida workforce investment board will serve as grand marshal windy Grossman newsradio six ten W. I. O. D. five thirty to at least two people are dead after shooting last night outside.

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"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"natalie rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"With Natalie Rodriguez and get our top trending story morning Natalie good morning Brian the Superbowl buys is definitely being felt across South Florida and just got word that I hard stuff favorite demi Lovato has been tapped to officially kick off the Superbowl at the hard rock stadium the multi platinum singer is going to be singing the national anthem she's joining the likes of lady Gaga pink and Gladys Knight who felt that the anthem in years past and this year's Superbowl halftime shows we know will be headlined by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira and when you did that what we need to mention the Superbowl buzz is already being felt I get it I was thinking something different what were you thinking but the buzz the but he felt by a Superbowl Ralph revelar type you know type activity not yet although although every time you see you hear the word Superbowl you should just take a shot it's definitely five o'clock somewhere in there but it was about this time actually yesterday those wondering if Nancy Pelosi had to but you'd be eight engaged in a little consumption all right so in in by the way the articles of impeachment again a with the Senate and the Chief Justice John Roberts said to be sworn in at noon today to preside over the Senate trial and in the Senate trial your jurors having to be none other than United States senators and they will be sworn in at some point later on this afternoon and from that point forward any time the trial is actually under way in takes place whenever it is that they decide the trials beginning Monday through Saturday starting at one PM every single senator has to be there and it's interesting in numerous respects one the obvious in the impeachment process two two of the three leading Democrats in the race for president will be taken off the trail just a couple weeks prior to actual votes being cast in Iowa an advance a narrative yesterday that I wonder the get a lot of folks are wondering why he is at the Nancy Pelosi held those articles to the point where she did now if you believe and there are some that do certainly Bernie supporters to a lesser extent Elizabeth Warren supporters they think that the DNC is still trying to rig the game against them we certainly have seen some establishment of graphic years that have indicated they are worried about the prospects of Bernie Sanders or was bit worn in the general election against president trump so if you want to give by the little it's reg well this might be it right little food for thought it'll be a fascinating process no doubt meanwhile as we're taking a look at the state session today couple of the bills that ended up advancing on the first full day of the four to say session a couple that actually governor de Santis had called for last year that ended up getting that stall before they cross the finish line but did take big first steps yesterday and I keep patient a licensing and parental consent for abortions both of those items that he teed up once again in the state of the state address earlier this week I did it advance yesterday worth watching for sure some other bills that ended up advancing we ended up seeing the ATM hello bill the drone use for invasive species the independent nurse practitioner bill sunscreen preemption bill insulin price caps and the fireworks bill all advancing now one of the things that I always am careful about you have over thirty three hundred propose pieces of legislation setting in Tallahassee ninety five percent on average never go anywhere so it's really easy to spend time talking about proposals that are not going to become law in really don't have a good chance so one of things I tried to do not only find the issues that are perhaps of the most significance to you the ones are of most significance to you that have a realistic chance of becoming law and we will be delving into some of those throughout the course of the show today and I've got okay aids we're like it looks like we're playing I can be able to connect with the state's internet today here understandable there right in the middle of the session and obviously imagine how busy it is when you're trying to pack everything into sixty days so all right we'll see if we can't connect with her just a little bit were also set to connect with a senator Thurston a later on in the show as well so we'll be right back in now will be checking in with doctor John died then this is an interesting story about as we have recreational marijuana more legal across the country what is it actually doing how many more people are actually using marijuana than did previously the numbers are red and pretty significant we'll talk about it and also about Ford is roads the impact that legalized marijuana would have on our roads some food for thought next on the by much newsradio six ten W. 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Natalie Rodriguez