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"national interagency fire center" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Our top Northwest stories coming up after ABC headlines the national outlook fire for threat in the West is out and it doesn't look good for us I'm Carleen Johnson it's 230 president Trump's court arraignment in Miami tomorrow in the classified documents indictment on whether there are credible security threats social media is being monitored says Miami Police Chief Manny Morales there has been a lot of post none that I'm aware that can cause any concern of any type of credibility the i -95 elevated section collapse in Philadelphia will disrupt supply chains for some goods says the American Trucking Association a temporary bridge is sometimes an option truckers have to take 40 miles of detour in Lockport New York north of Buffalo after an underground boat ride flipped over during a historic cave and walking tour today did we have one fatality in the incident it is believed for a time that he was initially stuck underneath capsize the boat and it did take some time to get him recovered. Fire Chief Luca says 11 others were hurt in their new counter -offensive against the Russians the Ukrainians are saying they've taken back 35 miles of territory Chuck Severson ABC News news radio FM 97 7 stay connected stay informed 231 good afternoon 78 now at SeaTac Airport the forecast coming up here in just a moment as we took a look at our top northwest stories now a new national fire potential forecast gives our region one of the worst outlooks in the nation Northwest News Radio's Arlene Johnson has details the National Interagency Fire Center released its updated fire report on June 1st
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on KCRW
"And you are listening to special statewide coverage. Here's President Joe Biden. Let's say good afternoon and Uh oh. Have you here? This cool hanger. Earlier today. We were briefed by the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho. The center located there's a locational hub for our federal firefighting resources of the region. And we just surveyed some of the damage of the calendar Fire here in California. Which in less than a month has wiped out for 200,000 acres and 1000 structures. Holmes. Precious memories destroyed. Air quality to degrade it. Local economy stopped in his tracks and nearly 200 people in the area forced to live in shelters. Everyone in Northern California. Knows the time of the year when you can't go outside. When the air will be filled with smoke. The sky will turn Popular take shade of orange. Parents worried about keeping their Children safe in a pandemic. Worry about air quality as well. Thus far. The nationwide over 44,000 wildfires have burned nearly 5,300,000 acres. Roughly the size of the state of New Jersey. In California. This year, more than 2.2 million acres have burned. The Dixie Fire burned nearly one million alone. And we're working closely with governor newsman to make sure California has every resource every resource available to keep families safe. And the governor has led this state with poise and strong leadership. He's been an innovator and items of for long term solutions. And he and I are both optimistic. These fires are blinking code red for our nation, beginning frequency and ferocity. And we know what we have to do. And it starts with our firefighters putting their lives on the line and rugged and dangerous conditions. I never forget coming out to Arizona in 2013. To speak at the memorial of the 19 Granite Mountain hotshots who gave their lives. Firefighters. Aren't one unmatched in their bravery. That's why I took the action I did in June to ensure that all federal firefighters earned at least the minimum wage and we're working on fundamentally changing the benefits that are available to them. FEMA has approved 33 fire management assistance grants help Wester states pay for the cost of fighting these off of fires. We used the Defense Production Act. To address the shortage and fire hoses. Because of the pandemic. We found ourselves in the situation. Where there's a backlog. In an awful lot of things. We restarted the idle production line in Oklahoma, bring him back to work. And delivering thousands of new feet of new fire hoses to the front lines hard to believe, short on fire hoses. In addition, We've tapped the OD, the Department of Defense. Pretend aircraft. 20 c one thirties modular airborne firefighting systems. With those systems and to help our fires suppression. The RC. 26 aircraft to provide critical imagery from space. We're based in California, and they're now flown over 1000 missions across the West. 250 active duty military troops. Ground on the ground it Dixie fire in California, working alongside firefighters. We're sharing satellite imagery help detect.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on KOMO
"Part of the week with highs Wednesday only in the sixties under mostly cloudy skies with a chance of some morning showers. Downtown Seattle at KOMO News, It's 68 Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Homo news 1000 FM, 97 7. I'm Rick fans, I said the editor's desk. Kathy O'Shea Headlines. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is standing up for the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan, testifying in a house hearing today, we'll have more From Washington, D C and what he said coming up in just about 20 minutes. Washington State troopers, prison guards and other public sector employees have filed a lawsuit to try to overturn Governor Inslee's Covid 19 Vaccine Mandate, and Insley spokesperson says the governor knows the vaccine requirements are legal and essential for saving lives. A trip to the West Coast for President Biden today First Idaho then California. Alex Stone is covering it for ABC News and talk with commas. Taylor van size Alex. Idaho is not frequent stop for presidents. I went through the Idaho Statesman newspaper in Boise, and they reported that they haven't had a sitting president visits since 2015. So why did President Biden make the visit today? Yeah, This was all about wildfires today. Taylor, the National Interagency Fire Center. Nifc as it's known, which is the federal Command Center for Wildfire Response. It is in Boise. It's big center where They not only command wildfires, but they make a lot of the policy of how wildfires will be fought and where resources are going to be going to. This is a day for President Biden that is split into whether the first half of the afternoon is going to be all about wildfire. He boarded Air Force One heading to Sacramento to two were the wildfire damage from the cow door. Fire around south like, uh oh. To me with fire commanders in the Sacramento area after meeting with the fire Command and Nifc, then he's going to come to Southern California, where he will be campaigning. For governor Gavin Newsom before recall election voting ends tomorrow. But the first part of this being about wildfires, here's what he told the firefighters had Nifc. It's not a Democrat thing. It's not a Republican thing. It's a weather thing. It's a reality. It's serious. We can do this. We can do this process. We can create jobs and talking.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Okay, if I am 6 45 everywhere in the I Heart radio AB, All right, We got a lot of show to come. After three o'clock. We'll talk about some experts and expert anymore. Who say, baby, We don't need to boost your shot yet for Covid 19 get that more in some pretty wild vaccination news coming up on the John and Ken show. But of course, uh, Tomorrow is the recall vote in California. That's the day John Family goes to the polls right tomorrow. Tomorrow? Yes, Tomorrow. You didn't do any early voting in person? No. Yeah. Went on to do any person early voting? No, no. Well, over with. No, no, no, It's different. You can't trust that right? I just want to go in the day of and vote. Uh, personally with the machine. That's what you'll be okay to counter to see if there's actually anybody left to vote tomorrow. That cares. Yeah, I think I figured there would be no lines tomorrow. I think you're right. Did you find your polling place? They don't get all mad because same polling place. I mean, they have moved to it is I thought they were doing boats centers again. No, no, there's there's signs all over this rec center, so oh, already already scouted out the area today. Alright, let's bring out Alex Stone ABC news for KF five because this afternoon, in fact not too far from out. Biden will be in California to campaign for Newsome and also to do some stops over the wildfires. Let's bring them on. Hey there, guys. Yeah. In fact, right now, this is what it sounds like. Is Biden died? President Biden. Is that callow? Yes. The emergency operations center in Sacramento and He's speaking to the callow Yes, workers who are masked up and sitting at their desks in kind of what looks like mission control of Houston for NASA, where it's Roa desk after row of desk and they're listening to him speak. He arrived on Air Force one about 10 minutes ago, and he was met at the bottom of the stairs by Governor Newsom is going to be campaigning for later tonight in Long Beach and Then they hopped in the presidential SUV. Not in the beast. Not in the limo like thing, but in a proof suburban like vehicle and then they took off. Callow. Yes. So he's speaking right now he's doing his thing is the fire stop a cover so they can justify the tax money spent. Because otherwise spending tax money to campaign for Newsom is really tawdry. So they came up with a personal appearance, which really is pointless. What's he got? It wouldn't be unheard of. Yeah, it wouldn't be unheard of for a president to only do campaign stopped it to go and do it. I think more than anything, it was. Well, this is on our way. And they stopped in Idaho for first in Boise. That is where Nifc the National Interagency Fire Center is, which is the federal Command Center for Wildfire response. So that was on the way they were on the ground there. He toured around there, he heard from fire commanders talking about how bad the situation is Everything that nifc on the federal side resource is planning aerial assaults. All of that comes out of nifc in Boise, so they were able to stop. They're on their way here. Now he is in Northern California. Typically a president Whether it be a hurricane or a wildfire of the magnitude of the killed or fire or the Dixie fire. They would make a stop up there. So he is making that stop. He's going to do an aerial tour here in a little while where he flies over South Lake Tahoe and looks at all the homes that are gone. Then he'll come down to Southern California. I'm not trying to be a jerk. But what good does that do that he flies over? A million acres of burned out forest that you know it's what presidents do whether it be President. Biden President Trump President Obama, President Bush. They all do it, whether it be a hurricane and going over flooded neighborhoods or You know, you think back to Katrina and then Bush famously flying over New Orleans at that time, he's going to do it today. Now. I mean, the White House says that what he's doing on the ground is finding out what firefighters need what he told firefighters in Boise today was That he has their full support while here. Here's what he told them directed my administration to provide for pay bonuses and incentives to ensure every federal firefighter because that's the only authority I have makes at least $15 an hour. I mean, I should make a hell of a heck of a lot more. So he caught himself saying Hell there, but other than that, he No of them that he's going to. He's going to make sure they get paid more. He wants the minimum wage to go up. He told him. Look, we're we're here for you for whatever you need. The other interesting thing that the White House announced today that was quietly done back in early August, and we didn't know about it until now is that the president enacted the Defense Production Act. To get a fire hose production going on in a nonprofit in Oklahoma City. Apparently, the Forest Service says they have not been able with all of these wildfires and So often they cut and run when they're out on a wildfire. They got to get out of there. You'll see when you go on a wildfire. It is incredible the amount of hose that that's left everywhere they end up dry after the fact going back and rolling it up, but a lot of it. Disappears. And so they had this nonprofit that they say had gone defunct that they claim it was paid jobs that they got them going. And they made 415 miles of fire hose that then went to the federal firefighters. So his point in Boise was, we're here for you anything you need. You guys are the heroes, and that's kind of what he's telling that Saleh we have the fire service has been Wait, chronically underfunded for many, many years. And everybody in government after this last round of fires, has admitted that so it's nice to stand up and say I'm with you guys, I support you, But are they actually going to spend real big money? Because they haven't claimed covering many advances. They are a lot of that would come down to Congress, but he claims that they're going to, but we'll see when it's really boots on the ground, and that's been even in California, where there'd be less. There's some of it would be federal money, but more state money. You've got a lot of firefighters that are hoping to see Governor Newsom go by by tomorrow. Because they don't feel like the support has been there. So whether it be on the federal side, which was what Nifc was all about. Now, at the callow Yes, which is the state firefighters that the president is talking to, and governor Newsom is in the room as well as And Sir president is addressing them. That money is is a big part of this and you may not know this but two firefighters. Federal firefighters really only make minimum wage. Yeah, Some of the you'd be surprised even the California firefighters Cal fire whether doing now we just did a big story with him a couple of weeks ago. I'm pretty incredible what they're doing. Because we don't have as many only a fraction of the number of inmate firefighter crews any longer because the low level inmate firefighters who are in for mostly nonviolent offenses, they have now been let out because of current California law. Cal fire is having to hire What would have been the inmate firefighters as full time firefighters..
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Me his fantasy football team lineup? Apparently he stopped asking me for advice. Remind me. Whoa! Is there a rift? Apparently, he thinks I'm a adult. Between it. Don't ask me what I think it is because I went to for two this week. With that you're maybe Now my knowledge is put in question. All he's got to do is say, why didn't you pick the saints? Something like that. Or just how could you not pick the Cardinals? Yeah, And then he may be on to something there. A couple stories that we're following President Biden is on the West Coast. He is, uh, stopped in Idaho this morning. Actually in Boise, the National Interagency Fire Center is their federal sort of a clearinghouse. For equipment for Manning and all that sort of stuff. So he stopped by there was in Sacramento earlier today to talk about California wildfires before he's making his way down here this afternoon. He is going to be at a rally for Governor Gavin Newsom tonight in Long Beach ahead, of course of tomorrow's Um, tomorrow's recall. Britain's chief medical officer, says the kids between the ages of 12 and 15 Should be vaccinated. But there was a ruling by the government's vaccine advisers that that would only have marginal health benefits at best. The chief medical officer there for England and his counterparts in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland also said That the age group should be given just a single dose of Pfizer. And they have yet to decide on a second dose in all of that time for mixed state Monday, Girl you know it's mixed tape Monday, right? So I made you this special next just for you. Mm. Another mixtape Monday. Oh, would you was Monday Oh, with used another mixtape Monday. Mix tape Monday. You saw the VMAs. I saw some of the VMAs and I swear to all that his glory, the glory. I swear all that stuff. How does ever felt more old? So does a cat. The only reason I even know who that is? Because I asked my daughter. Who is dressed like the inside of a prehistoric worm. And it was Doja cat. She was wearing an outfit that made it look like her face was near the orifice of a prehistoric fossilized worm. Like strange science, uh, kind of And then she actually won something with scissor. They won something for best duo or best collaboration. I think it was and say they had to come out, and one of them had to try to hug the other one. While she's dressed like a giant worm creatures, they it she does look like what is that? She actually seemed like a nice She seemed like she gets it and is, uh, was very self deprecating and seemed normal compared to everybody else That was on that stage. I like her a lot. Um, I don't like that warm outfit, though. Well, I'm telling you the video music awards and don't even I don't. I never saw it referred to or heard it referred to as the video music awards. It was just the EMAs because I think to have to explain to a 19 year old like I found myself doing last night. What What is MTV doing with a V? M A. What are those letters even mean to people and I had to explain to her like in the old days we used to watch. Um, I don't know. We used to watch. Electric Avenue. The video of it and I explained what it was and why we would watch it. And then the top 10 video countdown. Oh, yeah, like the people that were involved with that sort of thing, And she knows Kennedy and I can explain Well, Kennedy really rose to prominence working at MTV, and it just didn't compute for her like he sent YouTube personalities. There were MTV VJs. Yeah. Yes, That's exactly correct. Now. There were some amazing things that I saw last night that It was at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. There's some pretty amazing things that were going on in terms of the production of the show itself. The video, uh, computer generated images that were being integrated into the show were amazing. And I we have not seen that and then awards show like that before. And I am assuming we're going to see some more of that when we get into like Emmy Awards Oscars next year. Obviously, those types of things are going to be incredible. Um, but, you know, it was also some of the same. How? How close to actual intercourse on stage. Can I get without actually having intercourse on stage and then call it the V Emma's and be like, Oh, that's groundbreaking. Were you also upset with Elvis's gyrations? Yeah. Back in the day. McGregor got into a fight with machine gun. Kelly. What was that all about? They I don't know. They were something on the red carpet machine gun. Kelly thinks that he's gonna Why would you pick on somebody like He's like a foot taller than Connor McGregor. But he would die. He would die in four seconds against Conor McGregor. But also, why is Connor McGregor wasting breath on machine gun, Kelly? Just it's all that guy. You just want to punch him in the throat. Every time I do every time I see machine gun Kelly, he just has that look about him where it's like, What are you doing? Billie Eilish was there She presented an award to honor the food fighters like a lifetime achievement award style thing. She also seems relatively normal, and I don't know why she's getting caught up in this. Stay away from that place like your music is incredible. Don't lose yourself into this weird music Blender That is, you know, corporate music like she seems to have her head on straight, though. Um, Ashanti and Ja Rule came out a shanty looks great. Uh, I guess somebody at was it always Nick. I'm not Nick Carter. Uh, the guy who hosts uh, show and it's got seven kids. Nick Cannon. Thank you asked a shanty to marry him. Jokingly..
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You see the backup? The south of Boise, huh? Yeah, There it is. There's a there's a bad watching presidents about ready to leave. Boise, Idaho. He was there, um to talk about, I guess the fires In the West. What else was he? Therefore, What is this? What is this schedule say? Received briefing from federal and state fire officials. At the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho. So he's leaving there now, heading down to The old major Air Force base in Sacramento, and he's going to meet With fire officials there. And serve a wildfire damage. I'm not sure where they're bringing them, but they're gonna bring them somewhere. You'll stand in a burned out forest. So this just happened moments ago in the middle of this hearing with Blinken. I don't know the name of this of this congressman. I'm sorry. I've never seen him before, but he's a Republican. So he's going to throw hardballs at blanket. So he's asking these questions about Afghanistan and about leaving in about all this about all that he's doing the typical hardball opposite party sort of questioning. So he then says, Well, In my remaining time. I would like to change subjects. Um, Mr Blinken, Can you confirm that you had an interview with the FBI? And Blinken, who is on in his office on, UH, TV circuit. Gets real big eyed. And goes, Uh, I don't know what you're talking about. No, this congressman says. Can you confirm? If you've had an interview with the FBI, since you have become secretary of state? And he goes, uh I Uh, I'm not comfortable answering that in a public forum. Which means the answer is yes. And million. And so this answer was. I don't know what you're talking about was flat out bald lie. So the congressman says, So can you confirm? That you turned over documents to the FBI regarding Hunter Biden. Okay, now now, Blanket's eyes are like frog eyes. He's he's gone. Uh, so, uh, I don't think about this is an open setting. It's inappropriate to respond. So he starts again. And the Chairman Meeks. Got from New York. He butts and it goes on. This is off subject. This is about Afghanistan. So the congressman says, Well, he won't answer the questions about Afghanistan. So I thought I'd ask him about documents that the State Department sent over to the FBI and that he was interviewed by them. And The chairman makes goes. The time has expired. Alright, next Congressman So I don't know who this guy is, and I don't know what he's talking about, either, but it got my ears up. And you know that the mainstream media won't go anywhere near this. Because it's hunter Biden. So what's up? Why would the State Department Have documents. About Hunter Biden. Now there was that accusation somewhere in there about that crazy laptop story. And the blind computer repairman in Maryland. Um Which started off I mean, that's bizarre right there And then we find out they interviewed the blind. Uh, computer repairman. He wasn't blind. And so now, the question is, Where's the laptop? And there's people saying Well, Russia has it. So I mean, it's so this just adds to the intrigue. About what's up with Hunter Biden and, um Anthony Blinken, just about dropped his teeth. When this congressman asked him about an interview with the FBI, so something from the State Department Was turned over to the FBI. Which I'm Sorry. I So you see, I I've decided some of you wonder about my attitude towards some of these big, controversial stories. My my attitude over the years, as has changed to the point where I I don't get excited about things. Uh, that nothing will happen. That's why when I repeat to you many, many times about the fact that nobody's held accountable for anything in Washington D. C because I've seen too many breathless stories. About somebody in trouble in Washington, D C. And it's everybody's got their underwear in a tight bunch, And then all of a sudden it just disappears. Nothing is ever said again. And I do think that is why people that have been in Washington for a long time. Uh, kind of learned the ropes as the way things go there. You can kind of do what you want to do. Make some money on the side. Get some money under the table. Do a favor for somebody for a law and wind you'll wind up wealthy. But nothing's ever going to happen to you, even if they catch you. And we never found out about Hunter Biden's artwork. And who bought the artwork. And how much they paid. So the hunter Biden story takes another. There's another chapter to your book. Those of you writing about Hunter Biden. Uh, what's this all about? Where Anthony Blinken Just about swallowed his tongue. When this congressman said, What about the interview with the FBI? I don't know what you're talking about. Don't ask me about it. Hilarious. Um, you got a rocket van gone. Because we, um Abuse Seen Rocket Ben, Have you seen him? He's lost £200. It's gonna be a long, long time brings me around and get to buy my think I am at home. No, no, no. He's a rocket man. All right, and he launched two Rockets over the weekend long range missiles. Uh, I don't have time for Jack Keane does anyway, We'll get to that. They are long range missiles that can carry nukes and they can go about 1000 Miles, so it won't hit us, but it was certainly hit South Korea. And Japan, and they're both worried as can be so they he's launching a couple more rockets. I'm swear he's lost. £200 is almost unrecognizable. But that's uh we'll get Jack Keane to chime in. Maybe after the top of the hour. But he's added.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Good through hospital curve past the fairgrounds and the Waterson Our next report in 10 Minutes above the yellows, NewsRadio 8 40 w H A s everybody with the updated afternoon forecast. I'm w well, ky chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi Quiet, but warm out there on this Monday afternoon will be in the upper eighties. Down around 70 Tonight. We climbed back into the upper eighties to near 90 tomorrow. And with that increasing humidity, a slight chance for a pop up storm on your Tuesday afternoon. That's your forecast. Um w well ky chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi, Kentucky Anna's breaking news, Weather and Traffic station. This is NewsRadio 8 40. W H A s Your news. Now It's 3 30. Partly sunny skies 87 Are in pole miles top story. President Biden has traveled out West to get an update on the wildfires there. President Biden used his visit to the National Interagency Fire Center in Idaho as an opportunity to push for his infrastructure plans, saying that climate change has made investment in infrastructure more necessary and urgent. It's not a Democrat thing. It's not a Republican thing. It's a weather thing. It's a reality. It's serious and we can do this. The president went on to say that the nation cannot continue to deny the reality of global warming last week while touring storm damage in Queens, New York, the president said that climate change is quote Everybody's crisis. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Congressional leaders gathered today to mark the 20th anniversary of the 9.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on AP News
"Leonard US today on a three state survey of wildfire damage and also to make the case for his $3.5 trillion spending plan. His first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day at an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote on Tuesday. Biden's in Denver, Colorado, back to surveying wildfire damage His Western visit is aimed at drumming up support for his spending plan by linking it to beating back wildfires. He's not going to connect the dots between the increasing frequency and other extreme weather events and the need to invest billions in combating the climate crisis. I'm Julie Walker, Britain's health secretary, said the government are reversing course on the requirement of vaccine passports in nightclubs and other crowded events in England. Suzie Jovic said the original plan has been shelved for now, but could be brought back to the table. If Covid 19 cases rise exponentially. The retreat comes amid opposition from some of the conservative government supporters in parliament. Some members of the governing Conservative Party had concerns that the passport would be a burden on business and infringement on human rights. Vaccine passports, like the one the British government was considering using are already required in other European countries like France. Karen Shamas London President Biden has a message for Republican governors who are resisting his new federal vaccination requirements. Some GOP leaders say the president's overreaching and are threatening legal action and special legislative sessions have added, Speaking at the Washington Middle School, the president says it's disappointing, particularly some of Republican governors. Have been so cavalier with the health of these kids. So cavalier. Health or their communities, he says. This isn't a game, echoing his wife's call to keep school kids safe.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on WTOP
"The NASDAQ Down 61 the S and P. 500 up five w T O P at 10 31 Senate returns today with a key Democratic lawmakers saying he will not support President Biden's $3.5 Trillion spending plan. More from W. T O P S Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Don't you think we ought to hit the pause? West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin, who maintains that his party's leadership shouldn't be rushing into spending trillions of additional dollars on the so called human infrastructure plan. We don't know about inflation. We know it's running rampant right now. I can tell you West Virginia inflations. Running rampant mansion, Speaking on CNN's state of the union, raising a point many Republicans have the centrist lawmakers trying to push Democrats to drop the cost of the plan, suggesting something between one and $1.5. Trillion. Democrats must have mansions vote if they're going to pass a budget reconciliation plan since all GOP lawmakers strongly oppose it. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News President Biden is heading West today on a three state survey of wildfire damage. And while traveling. He will also work to make the case for his domestic spending plan. His first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day and an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. On Tuesday. Biden's in Denver, Colorado, back to surveying wildfire damage His Western visit is aimed at drumming up support for his spending plan by linking it to beating back wildfires. He's looking to connect the dots between the increasing frequency and other extreme weather events and the need to invest billions in combating the climate crisis. I'm Julie Walker Covid Vaccines for Kids between five and 11 years old could be available by October, 31st. At least that's the prediction from former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb fighter has said that they're going to have data before the end of September. They could be ready to file within days of having that data so they'll file very quickly with the FDA, FDA said. It's going to be a matter of weeks, not months in terms of their valuation of that clinical data to make a determination whether they're going to authorize vaccines. For kids Age 5 to 11. I interpret that to mean perhaps four weeks, maybe six weeks. Dr Gottlieb, speaking on face the nation on CBS yesterday. He also encourages parents to talk with their child's pediatrician about the vaccine once it's approved for emergency use for Children. Meantime, infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The school district say the mask mandates will protect Children who are too young to get the vaccine and the mandates have helped keep schools open. A newly released FBI documents stopped short of proof that senior Saudi government officials were complicit in the 9 11 terror attacks. 16 page document was a final inventory of circumstantial evidence and leads from the FBI's investigation of Saudi ties to the plot. It does provide details of the contacts to Saudi hijackers had in the weeks before the attacks, based on an interview conducted in 2015, but does not draw direct ties to the Saudi government. Nonetheless, lawyers for families of the 9 11 victims who are suing the Saudi kingdom in federal court, said the doctor Element provided important support to their theory that a handful of Saudis connected to their government worked in concert to assist the first two Al Qaeda hijackers sent to the United States in January. 2000 to San Antonio police officers are on administrative duty after the fatal shooting of a man who reportedly was reaching for a gun. It happened right after midnight Sunday morning on a street near Palo Alto Boulevard. Officers were doing a routine drug patrol when they approached a man in his car when he saw them coming. He allegedly tried to escape and pulled a gun from his waistband. And that's when Officer shot him. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The case is still under investigation. Well today, President Biden is flying out West, the president's heading to California campaign for Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall election tomorrow. Air Force One will make a couple of stops on the way, including the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho, where President Biden will get a briefing on wildfires. Later, he'll take an aerial tour of California communities hit hard by the cow door fire and delivery marks on his infrastructure plans in Sacramento. This evening. The president will tend to campaign rally with Newsome and Long Beach. All the Satanic Temple is in the letter with the federal government, arguing that Texas's new abortion law violates their religious freedom. ST. Mary's law professor Bill Piat says they don't have a legal leg to stand on the state of Texas will say we have an interest in preserving the life of the unborn, and we're using the least restrictive means by limiting that to Abortions after six weeks, he says. Even if the church wins, it will not overturn the whole Texas abortion law. It would only make it legal for their members. Last year, the Supreme Court refused to hear a case brought by the state NUS who wanted to overturn Missouri's abortion law. Texas's abortion law, which took effect this month, effectively bans most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. The bill doesn't make exceptions for cases of rape and incest. The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Texas over the law. W AWAY I news time 8 37 traffic and weather together in a minute, but first to check of your money and.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on AP News
"High Island. Uh, so we expect much of it. The Texas close to be affected by Nicolas President Biden travels to Idaho and California today to see the wildfire damage there. Julie Walker reports his first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day and an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. I'm Julie Walker time for kids in New York City to get up and go to school. They are going back today. No remote options, say City officials. Teachers will have to be vaccinated. They have until September, 27th to get their first shot. Five people died and four were injured in an early morning fire in Akron, Ohio. Cause of the fire under investigation. The U. S is responding toward the North Korea claims to have successfully tested long range cruise missiles over the weekend, the first known testing activity in months. The US says it's monitoring the situation with allies. Japan says it's extra go. This is a P news. Okay. Did you see it over the weekend? A lot of people talking about this the most notable catch in Saturday's college game between Miami and Appalachian State, and it didn't even happen on the field. AP correspondent Julie Walker. It was a cat, a black and white cat dangling from the upper deck at hard Rock stadium, holding on by its paws First two, then one. Then the cat fell but was caught by Craig Cromer and his wife, Kimberly, who used the American flag They bring.
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"Was a hurricane watch up from Puerto Ranch in Texas to Freeport. Along with tropical Storm warning, Uh for all the Texas coast to High Island. Uh, so we expect much of it. The Texas close to be affected by Nicolas President Biden travels to Idaho and California today to see the wildfire damage there. Julie Walker reports his first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day and an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. I'm Julie Walker time for kids in New York City to get up and go to school. They are going back today. No remote options, say City officials. Teachers will have to be vaccinated. They have until September, 27th to get their first shot. Five people died and four were injured in an early morning fire in Akron, Ohio. Cause of the fire under investigation. The U. S is responding toward the North Korea claims to have successfully tested long range cruise missiles over the weekend, the first known testing activity in months. The US says it's monitoring the situation with allies. Japan says it's extremely concerned This is a P news. Pope Francis has traveling Pope Francis has opened his first full day in Slovakia by meeting with the country's president ahead of an encounter with the Jewish community to honor its Holocaust dead and atone for Catholic complicity in World War two era racial laws and crimes. Francis.
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"To High Island, Uh, so we expect much of it. The Texas close to be affected by Nicolas President Biden travels to Idaho and California today to see the wildfire damage there. Julie Walker reports his first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day and an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. I'm Julie Walker time for kids in New York City to get up and go to school. They are going back today. No remote options, say City officials. Teachers will have to be vaccinated. They have until September, 27th to get their first shot. Five people died and four were injured in an early morning fire in Akron, Ohio. Cause of the fire under investigation. The U. S is responding toward the North Korea claims to have successfully tested long range cruise missiles over the weekend, the first known testing activity in months. The US says it's monitoring the situation with allies. Japan says it's extremely concerned This is a P news. Pope Francis has traveling Pope Francis has opened his first full day in Slovakia by meeting with the country's president ahead of an encounter with the Jewish community to honor its Holocaust dead and atone for Catholic complicity in World War two era racial laws and crimes. Francis.
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"To High Island, Uh, so we expect much of it. The Texas close to be affected by Nicolas President Biden travels to Idaho and California today to see the wildfire damage there. Julie Walker reports his first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage. He wraps up the day at an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. I'm Julie Walker time for kids in New York City to get up and go to school. They are going back today. No remote options, say City officials. Teachers will have to be vaccinated. They have until September, 27th to get their first shot. Five people died and four were injured in an early morning fire in Akron, Ohio, Cars of the fire under investigation The US is responding toward the North Korea claims to have successfully tested long range cruise missiles over the weekend. The first known testing activity in months. The U. S. Says it's monitoring the situation with allies. Japan says it's extremely concerned. This is a P news. Pope Francis has traveling Pope Francis has opened his first full day in Slovakia by meeting with the country's president ahead of an encounter with the Jewish community to honor its Holocaust dead and atone for Catholic complicity in World War two era racial laws and crimes. Francis.
"national interagency fire center" Discussed on AP News
"High Island. Uh, so we expect much of it. The Texas close to be affected by Nicolas President Biden travels to Idaho and California today to see the wildfire damage there. Julie Walker reports his first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center. Then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day and an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. I'm Julie Walker time for kids in New York City to get up and go to school. They are going back today. No remote options, say City officials. Teachers will have to be vaccinated. They have until September, 27th to get their first shot. Five people died and four were injured in an early morning fire in Akron, Ohio. Cause of the fire under investigation. The U. S is responding toward the North Korea claims to have successfully tested long range cruise missiles over the weekend, the first known testing activity in months. The US says it's monitoring the situation with allies. Japan says it's extremely concerned This is a P news. Pope Francis has traveling Pope Francis has opened his first full day in Slovakia by meeting with the country's president ahead of an encounter with the Jewish community to honor its Holocaust dead and atone for Catholic complicity in World War two era racial laws and crimes. Francis.
Biden to Survey Wildfire Damage, Make Case for Spending Plan
"President Biden heads out west today on a three state survey of wildfire damage and also to make the case for his three point five trillion dollars spending plan his first stop Boise Idaho where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the national interagency fire center that is up to Sacramento California to survey more wildfire damage he wraps up the day and election event for governor Gavin Newsom who is facing a recall vote on Tuesday Biden's in Denver Colorado back to surveying wildfire damage his western visit is aimed at drumming up support for his spending plan by linking it to beating back wildfires is looking to connect the dots between the increasing frequency and other extreme weather events and the need to invest billions in combating the climate crisis I'm Julie Walker
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"Elementary School in Northwest D. C. May be renamed for the late congressman and civil rights leader John Louis. Joseph Rodman. West was a U. S senator and chief executive of D. C. Appealing to replace West Name on a City Elementary. DC's mayor notes that as a general in the Union Army, he ordered the torture and murder of Apache chief Mangus, Colorado's who had come to negotiate peace. Mayor Muriel Bowser says John Lewis is a far superior role model for students. 17 term congressman was a devoted advocate for civil rights and non violence. Despite numerous attacks, injuries and arrests as a lifelong champion for justice Kristi King W T. O P News Highway and Lee Jackson Memorial Highway in Fairfax County, now named for Confederate generals are going to be renamed with the help of the county citizens. The Board of Supervisors has created a 30 Person task force to come up with recommendations. Is expected to begin its work next month. Once names are chosen, residents and businesses along the highways will be required to change their mailing addresses the pool deck at the collapsed condo tower in Surfside, Florida have been a problem for years. And this morning, The Miami Herald reports that deck is at the center of a forensic investigation of the collapse. A construction permit issued in 1996 for concrete structural repair shows. The deck slab, which was also the ceiling of the underground garage, needed 500 Ft. Of cracks sealed in a 20 square foot slab replaced just 15 years after the condo towers were built. Almost 100 bodies have now been pulled from the rubble of that building, which collapsed June 24th more than 60 fires are burning this morning in the western U. S and Alaska. The National Interagency Fire Center says more than 14,000 firefighters and support personnel are involved in fighting the flames. CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano has more from a Wani, California The river fire near Yosemite National Park is 15% contained after scorching 9500 acres, but authorities say fire This year have already burnt two million acres in the U. S. The 14,000 plus firefighters battling blazes along the west, many working in temperatures above 100 degrees are being stretched, then going from fire to fire all along the region. Scientists say Climate change has made the West much warmer and drier..
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"News? I'm Janine Herbst. The Israeli bombardment of Gaza continued today, officials say eight Children and two others were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a home. Ah Palestinian rocket killed a man in Israel to NPR's Daniel Estrin has more from Jerusalem. My colleague and Gaza spoke to the neighbors of that family. Family got a call from Israel, warning them to leave their home. It would be bombed. The father ran out, tried to warn other neighbors. The rest of the family ran to a nearby home. They were bombed. Two women, eight Children died. And a search was then under way for missing people under the rubble of the house and at the funeral to surviving father. Fainted several times. NPR's Daniel Estrin reporting from Jerusalem. Later, an Israeli airstrike destroyed a 12 story building in Gaza that house several news media organizations, including The Associated Press, and Al Jazeera. No one was reported injured. Israel claims Palestinian militants also use that building. Officials at the AP say they're shocked and horrified by that attack. Colonial pipeline is returning to full operation a week after a ransomware attack, shut it down and panic gasoline buying NPR's Amy held reports. Gas shortage slow are now easing full recovery from the nation's most disruptive energy cyber attack could take weeks. The six day shutdown of colonial pipeline, a major East Coast fuel supplier. Like two runs on gas stations. Supply disruptions, though, are easing, says Energy Secretary Jennifer Grand Home by the end of the weekend, the majority of stations will be back online when it comes to the next attack. Grand Home says government plans to upgrade the nation's infrastructure should include pipelines. Private companies, meanwhile, can take steps to protect themselves. Everybody has to be on high alert and installed the most. The latest and best cyber security device in order to get its system back online. Colonial reportedly paid a five Million dollar ransom toe. What's believed to be a Russian criminal group Amy held NPR news. By an administration says it strongly encouraging the nation's wildland firefighting forces to get vaccinated. But it is stopping short of mandatory shots for firefighters. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports like with the military, federal wild land, fire, officials say. For now, the administration is not making covert 19 vaccinations or requirement because the drugs they're still on Lee under an emergency use authorization. Grant BB is in charge of coordinating the country's firefighting fleet at the National Interagency Fire Center in Idaho, and it is a strong top down message from the president on down to the line firefighter that The best thing you can do for this country is to get vaccinated, Beebe says. Last year, it became clear that Cove it protocols like social distancing weren't always practical on the fire lines where firefighters also can't always wear a mask, let alone keep them clean. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise And you're listening to NPR news..
‘Returning The Favor’: Angeles National Forest Service Sending Firefighters To Australia
"The angels National Forest Service in California is now sending twenty firefighters to Australia to help battle the raging wildfires in that country officials say the firefighters come from all parts of LA metro area for service spokesman Andrew Mitchell says Australian firefighters come here to train with them and we're now returning the favor the request for assistance came through the national interagency fire center in Idaho Mitchell says the firefighters will be in Australia for about a month before their then rotated out their set of leave for Australia sometime Monday
South Sudan's president grants amnesty to Machar, all rebels
"The. Young man is running away if I run away from you can. Be a threat. To you I don't care I have a hand grenade. In my pocket run away I can't be a threat to you You, shut down like an, animal, the Tennessee bureau of investigation says Hamburg. Got out of a car. With a firearm and ran away and, that a, gun, was recovered. At the. Scene the National Interagency Fire center. Says there are one hundred seven large fires burning in the United. States Alaska has. Sixteen of them some other affected states include Washington state. Idaho Oregon Colorado and California it's NPR There's been a strong aftershock, and Indonesia it follows Sunday's, deadly earthquake on the island of Lombok that's, killed at least two hundred fifty nine people scores. Of buildings have
The Latest Ebola Outbreak Is Centered in a War Zone
"Spiro discusses her new feature night comes out and exploring the links between the multibillion dollar oil boom out west and violent crime against native American communities. This is midday on WNYC. All that is next after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hark at a came a, campaign stop Thursday in Pennsylvania President Trump lashed out at the news media for underplaying his political accomplishments as Bobby Allen of member station WHYY reports. Trump rounded up the usual suspects, Trump is in. Wilkes Barre which, helped, propel him to the White House to back Lou bar ladder for Senate Republican, with hardline views on illegal immigration but Trump spent a large chunk of his speech making swipes at the news media pointing at the TV. Cameras in the back. Of the arena and. Even these people back here these horrible horrendous people Trump said news coverage of a recent meeting with Queen Elizabeth of England was slanted against him but they. Can make anything bad because. They are the fake fake disgusting news Today a report, from the United Nations. Found that Trump's verbal attacks on the media could trigger more violence against journalists for NPR news I'm Bobby. Allen in experience the national. Archives and records administration says it won't be able to finish the review of nearly one million documents regarding supreme court nominee Br Kavanagh's time with George W Bush White, House before October that's creating a potential roadblock GOP hopes to get the confirmation done, before the November midterm election Iowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley blames. The opposition for requesting too many, documents one of. My researchers said, that, maybe compared to the last five supreme. Court nominees it would be more than, all of them added together Grassley hopes to start confirmation hearings sometime in September Firefighters battling blazes across the western US are getting. Reinforcements from abroad Matt Gillam with Boise state public radio reports fire personnel from Australia and New Zealand are. Expected to land in, Idaho this week top US fire managers requested around one hundred fifty fire specialists from Australia and New Zealand they've assisted and partnered with America for over half a century fire professionals including division supervisors strike team leaders and helicopter. Managers are among those on. The way American fire managers tapped Australia and New Zealand for assistance because fire infrastructure and the two nations is similar to that. Of, the US when international personnel arrived they'll undergo a one day. Orientation at the Boise based National Interagency Fire center before being deployed to wildfires across the, west, firefighting resources, are also being provided by Canada they've sent to air tankers. And a lead plane help battle blazes in the Pacific northwest for NPR news I'm, Matt Gilman Boise heavy rains of prompted authorities to evacuate. Parts of Virginia city in case of dam fails The Lynchburg department of. Emergency services says areas near the college lake dam or being evacuated the national weather service says at this. Time the dam has, not failed and is being closely monitored by emergency personnel for any signs of structural failure This is NPR news The World Health Organization says the latest Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo was in what it calls. An active conflict zone there have been twenty six suspected cases and at least. Twenty, people, have died. NPR's Jason bobbie-ann reports the conflict could slow efforts. To control the outbreak this latest outbreak is in the North Kivu. Province of the DRC it's close to the border with Uganda fighting among militant groups, for control of gold diamond and coltan mines in the province has forced nearly a million. People from, their homes a groups. Say the armed conflict in addition to the large number of displaced people in the area may make. Controlling this outbreak difficult the Congolese health ministry has sent a team of a dozen bowl of specialists to the village where the cluster of. Cases was, first, reported they stress however that this new north kiva outbreak is not. Related to an outbreak the began in April on the other, side of, the country. Jason bobbie-ann NPR news State officials in California vowed to press on with a clean air lawsuit, blasting the Trump administration Thursday for weakening automotive fuel efficiency standards California's attorney general also promised. Another lawsuit if the administration makes. Good on plans to revoke longstanding waiver allowing California and other states to set their own stricter auto. Emission standards at least twelve other states and the district of Columbia follow California's rules I'm mixed day on Wall Street Thursday the s. and. P. five, hundred, index closed up thirteen points the Dow Jones industrial average slipped seven. Points the NASDAQ composite jumped ninety six points I'm Jim Clark, NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes, from NPR stations other contributors include e. c. m.. C. foundation. Working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for under. Served students through evidence based innovation learn. More at ease EMC foundation dot org WNYC.
Crews battling California wildfires face extreme conditions
"We join the network the time is eighteen before six from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly forecasters say, temperatures in the, mid nineties and windy conditions are expected to return today to northern California that's where crews continue battling the car fire in and around reading it's destroyed more than a thousand homes and left six people dead mad. Gillam with, Boise state public radio says firefighting personnel from Australia and New Zealander heading to the US to help battle wildfires in, the west fire professionals including. Division supervisors strike team leaders and? Helicopter, managers are among those on the way American fire managers tapped Australia and New Zealand for assistance because fire infrastructure and the two nations is similar to that of the US when internet National personnel arrive they'll undergo a one day orientation, the Boise based National Interagency Fire center before being deployed to. Wildfires across the west nearly one hundred large wildfires are burning from Texas to Washington state a record crowd turned out. In Atlanta last night for major league soccer's all star game you. Vent Ventas beat the MLS team on penalty kicks after the game ended one to one, in regulation Taylor Gant, with Georgia public broadcasting says more than seventy two thousand people filled Mercedes Benz stadium Atlanta United star Joseph Martinez, who scored the, only goal for the MLS was named the team's MVP event a superstar Cristiano Renaldo was absent from the match after deciding to take some time off after the World Cup I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington.
Second-generation firefighter killed battling Ferguson fire near Yosemite National Park
"Firefighter has died while battling a fire that's been burning near yosemite national park brayden varney was killed while operating a bulldozer on the fire line at the ferguson fire yesterday he's the tenth wildland firefighter killed so far this year as wildfires rage across the western us and the national interagency fire center says fourteen firefighters died all of last year and that was the second worst wildfire year on record georgia police officers now placed on leave after using a coin toss to decide if they should arrest a woman or not body cam footage revealing officer courtney browne and officer christie wilson discussing what they should do with a woman named sarah webb after she was caught speeding okay right twenty three based on the coin toss they ended up arresting web on several traffic infractions a prosecutor though dismissing the charges and the roswell georgia police chief says he's appalled by the incident an internal investigation has been launched an outlawed since fidel castro took power in nineteen fiftynine cuba now set to recognize private property under a new constitution.
Nevada condemned killer set to die as legal fight over execution drug is waged
"Good morning i'm john shafer the death of nearly five month old boy back in february has been ruled a homicide the clark county coroner's office has hannibal hannibal's say how weighed less when he died then when he was born prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty against his parents thirty year old anthony say how junior and twentyfiveyearold laurie ana martinez a man scheduled to be executed in nevada tonight is steadfast in is desire to be put to death but a final hour lawsuit by drug company could halt the execution barn kaufman is a staff attorney with the aclu of nevada case there possibly received these execution tried to either surreptitiously or a legally and so it's important that the state is how accountable and we know exactly how those drugs are they're going to be used how they required especially in this most consequential accident at the state of going to take the new jerseybased alvin says it doesn't want its product used in botched executions scott raymond dosier said repeatedly he wants to die and doesn't care if it's painful a second teenager has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a seventeen year old in henderson in what has been attributed to a deadly game of russian roulette seventeen year old boy was charged as an adult in the death of matthew matthew mink ler prosecutors previously accused a sixteen year old boy of pulling the trigger and charged him with murder nasa says smoke from a massive wildfire burning in northern nevada is visible from space a nasa satellite captured infrared imaging of the fire that has burned nearly seven hundred square miles of remote range land scenario almost half the size of the state of rhode island the national interagency fire center says it is the largest wildland fire currently burning in the united states the youthful mayor of stockton california is proposing a pilot program that could revolutionize the way municipalities and states deal with crime and poverty.