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"Average in the ocean state is currently two dollars and three cents and former NFL owner seeming to shrug off the removal of his statue in front of his old home field here's fox's Metropolitano a spokesperson for Jerry Richardson Thursday since the former Carolina Panthers owner has moved on in the statute is not his focus the supports of the Carolina Panthers removal of a thirteen foot structure of Richardson from the from the bank of America stadium was a permanent move the Panthers Wednesday confirmed the statue was taken out relocated and feared that it would be a target for vandals amid unrest during protests in Charlotte Richards and sold the Panthers back in twenty eighteen to David Tepper made accusations of misconduct a Probody NFL later revealed a pattern of sexual harassment against female staffers and use of racially charged language by Richardson Metropolitano fox news six twenty seven I love being a postal carrier might not look like the most dangerous job in the world it seems plenty of folks delivering the mail have had to deal with naughty dog's angry dogs a new report reveals just how bad things have been according to the US postal service dog attack national rankings five thousand eight hundred and three U. S. postal service employees were actually attacked by dogs last year this doesn't happen the cartoon characters the number is actually a decrease of more than two hundred attacks then in two thousand eighteen and four hundred fewer than two thousand seventeen so are making some headway top ten cities with the most dog attacks this is according to the US postal service number ten is Baltimore number ten is San Diego Denver and some angry dogs going after the mail man at number nine to lead it was a Philadelphia is seventh Columbus Ohio is six and then rounding out the top five cities with the most dog attacks on mail carriers Dallas Cleveland Chicago Los Angeles Houston is number one now the top ten states with the most U. P. S. in dog attacks are the North Carolina a hundred and sixty two all right let me look at states and not cities New Jersey had a hundred and sixty nine dog attacks on mail carriers number eight is Florida number seven Pennsylvania Michigan is sixth New York state that is had two hundred and three hundred and twenty they came in number five rounding out the top four states when it comes to dog attacks on mail carriers Illinois Ohio Texas was second in California number one get some angry hounds out there in California when the mailman comes a calling while serving in his second deployment in Afghanistan will stay with dogs here marine by young B. K. Kang was a handler for an IED detection dog blue a black lab was specially trained to sniff out explosives and was B. case partner for a long time full year from two thousand eleven right in two thousand and twelve and he says the dog saved his life and the lives of his fellow soldiers so many times that he actually lost count B. K. was so grateful to blue he promised her that he would give her a good home when does she didn't have to worry about having to find bombs during the war now after his tour of duty blue was reassigned and he lost track of her but he was determined to track her down and keep his promise B. K. spent years trying to locate blow and after a lot of searching guess what finally found the dog dog served our country for seven and a half years and retired at ten years old right now blue is living out a golden years with B. K. in this family in Georgia those working dog she says they will give up their lives just for us the case says we should be thankful to them respect them and above all trust the dog because dogs don't lie dogs are man's best friend so this determined veteran finally adopts his military dog blue who saved his life and he says countless others to after spending the first four hundred and fifty two days of his life in the hospital little Edwin Fisher is finally home with his family the baby boy had been at rocky mountain hospital for children in Denver Colorado since March of two thousand nineteen was just released this week Edwin had a rough start in life born twelve weeks premature in Nebraska in the middle of the bomb cyclone and his lungs weren't fully developed yet and the small hospital didn't really have the medication he needed to survive so he couldn't be transferred because of the storm so law enforcement officers actually drove the lifesaving medicine to the Nebraska hospital in that storm and they made it through the night next day he was moved to rocky mountain hospital where he was until just now in the family says we are just so happy we've been waiting a long time for this yeah seven make it four hundred and fifty two days they were waiting joining us now is our twenty four seven network reporter bills M. for not a good day to check out that four oh one K. yesterday bill Friday and that yeah yeah the tremors your fell yesterday came from Wall Street died of a drop of almost seven percent and the Dow will six percent of the S. and P. but it's it's amazing these drops that were sizable yesterday were only the fourth largest percentage wide this year alone so it it really has been just an amazing year and what makes this so difficult to predict is that a we've never been through anything like this there is no model for this the last two recessions we have been in and by the way the national bureau of economic research says oh yeah we're in a recession we've been in a recession since February even though we're not even through the second quarter yet which recession is defined as to back to back quarters where you have a retraction of the economy they're already saying yeah we're in a recession here but they they last recessions that we had here yet two thousand seven two thousand nine that was a sub prime mortgage crisis even go back to the Reagan recession that was because the federal federal reserve raised interest rates so high to curb inflation that the but they put the clamps on the economy this is not an economic recession I like how one Harvard economist puts it right he says the U. S. economy is in a medically induced coma that yeah there are some economic factors here on employment and such but all caused by the pandemic and then one factor the CDC saying are we could be on the verge of a second deadly wave of the corona virus so that makes this so difficult to predict where we are headed from here that that we expect more volatility continue just look at the fact that their futures are up again this morning so what you have to go by that old adage once again that the only thing predictable about the markets is that they will be unpredictable those ever from a twenty four seven network okay bill have a good weekend thank you thank you rob six forty seven White House says that there's a one hundred percent chance that another coronavirus relief package will be signed into law speaking on MSNBC yesterday senior adviser to the president Kevin Hassett says officials are watching the numbers involved as stated re open their economies so far I kind of Mr overstating the negative that I think that we in the White House are optimistic that the Congressional Budget Office forecast for really strong second half of the year is a good place to start Hasidim the possibility now for a fourth coronavirus relief bill the plan is to have a face for deal I I think I was.
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"Begin with the fast moving developments in the corona virus outbreak. A short time ago two more deaths announced and the State Department issuing an extraordinary travel warning. This is the virus continues its march across the country. Take a look. The first confirmed case in Washington State January twentieth. Tonight there are confirmed cases in at least thirty three states and Washington. Dc Two more states added just today more than five hundred people sick and now including this patient arriving at a hospital in Nebraska. The death toll rising to at least twenty one. The two newest deaths were residents at that Nursing Care Center in Washington State and tonight that cruise ship forces circle off. The coast of California is now set to dock and Oakland tomorrow as the US State Department warns Americans Against Boarding Cruise ships here in New York News about that lawyer. In critical condition his wife breaking her silence and as the virus spreads across the country. Some local leaders are sending an SOS to the trump administration. We have several reports tonight. We begin with. Abc's Stephanie Ramos. Outside that hospital were that New York lawyer is being treated tonight. Chilling images of officials in has matt suits rushing a woman infected with the corona virus to a Nebraska Hospital in a special biocontainment unit the corona virus death toll rising to at least twenty one nationwide after two more residents died at the nursing home. That is now at the center of the outbreak in Washington state. Sixteen Life Care. Center residents have died and three nursing homes in the state now dealing with the virus. We have found this to be troubling and volatile unpredictable Oregon now joining eight other states declaring states of Emergencies New York reporting at least one hundred five cases including an uber driver. At least eighty two cases confirmed just north of New York City. Many of them linked to this man Lawrence Garbo's the fifty year old lawyer is in critical condition tonight. Garbage wife saying in a statement. I and my family remained very hopeful of his full recovery. He is a tenacious person. In all aspects of its life and I know he will come out of this strong states under pressure to deal with the growing crisis turning to the federal government for help but getting inconsistent messages from the president and his team on testing and protocol. Don't tell us things that are not true. The CDC has been slow in allowing states and other commercial laboratories to test eight. Republican governor also expressing concern. Has the president been perfect? And his communication I would say he hasn't communicated the way I would And and the way I might like him too But I think I think the rest of the team has been doing a pretty good job today. The president tweeting we have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on the corona virus. But when George asked a member of the President's own Task Force Dr Ben Carson. To explain the federal government's responsibility he appeared to add to the confusion. I think it's time for people to really indulge themselves and learning about how viruses are spread and to take advantage of that knowledge in determining what their daily activities are going to be I. I'm confused by the message. You're sending right now Dr Carson. I I have to say you seem you. Putting all the responsibility back on individuals saying that they should be thinking for themselves. I'm trying to ask you. What in the view of the government experts right now. What broader measures need to be taken those recommendations will be coming out from the CDC. They're being evaluated on a daily basis right now The recommendation is as I just prescribed. Go about your normal daily activities if you are healthy all right Stephanie. Ramos joins US now. Live and Stephanie. We heard about the recent deaths and outbreaks inside of nursing homes in Washington state. Tonight here in New York. The governor taking drastic action to protect people in nursing homes. That's exactly right Tom. New York state now has restricted access to nursing homes governor. Cuomo adding outside visitors will not be allowed inside nursing homes in the new Rochelle area. That's where the lawyer
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"Now sprint and T. mobile have confirmed that they have agreed on revised terms for their merger the changes will effectively improve the exchange ratio the all stock deal more in favor of T. mobile payment Deutsche telecom as the carriers look to close the deal after overcoming the federal court challenge T. mobile remains hopeful that the transaction will close as soon as April first sprint shares are up six percent on the news otherwise the stock market is mostly in the red again today the Dow industrials down a hundred eighty three points the tech heavy nasdaq down one hundred sixteen the S. and P. five hundred has fallen twenty seven a couple of big names have decided to forego next month game developers conference in San Francisco both Facebook and Sony say they will be skipping the March sixteenth two twenty eight at GDC because of ongoing concerns related to the corona virus epidemic Facebook typically uses the event to make announcements for its oculus virtual reality division this year it'll do so digitally oil futures are lower today that's your money news I'm Chris foster president trump calls it a misinformation campaign launched by Democrats a classified briefing to the house intelligence committee concluding the Russian government is working to get him reelected congressman Doug Collins is pushing back saying the intelligence community should be not being used with Adam Schiff Jerry Nadler speaker Pelosi to get political dirt on a president that they don't like house speaker Nancy Pelosi says all members of Congress should condemn the presence reported that first to dismiss the intelligence assessment on Russia boxes Rachel Sutherland eleven cases of coronavirus are confirmed in Nebraska hospital officials say most of these individuals evacuated from the diamond princess cruise ships show no symptoms while several others have only minor symptoms today Chinese officials continue to express optimism as the number of new cases in that country continues to decline boxes.
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"To sell former president Obama's Senate seat and he had his sentence commuted the one time celebrity apprentice contestants spoke to CBS news at the Denver International Airport I don't have a banana split and I'd like to have three scoops of ice cream vanilla and chocolate and strawberry with chocolate syrup on it and cherry syrup and pineapple syrup with a whole bunch of with cream and I wanna cherries on top there were other high profile people granted clemency CBS news White House correspondent we Jiang the president also pardoned Bernie Kerik the former commissioner of the NYPD and frequent Mar a Lago guest who served prison time for tax fraud also insider trader Michael Milken known as the junk bond king of the nineteen eighties CBS news update I'm but Michigan the deaths from the outbreak of corona virus in China now over two thousand over two dozen people in Westchester county New York I've been quarantined and there been other cases a cross the country to WCBS TV reporter Allie ballot in California hundreds of Americans who had evacuated China due to the outbreak are now finally able to leave the military bases where they've spent the past two weeks in federal quarantine but hundreds more Americans are still in limbo like Jerry Cerati Goldman and her husband Carl who were evacuated from the diamond princess cruise ship which docked in Japan on the way back to the US Carl developed a fever and the couple is now in quarantine at a Nebraska hospital care at where we are is supposed to be top in the country so I'm not all that he's not going to have a full recovery from this traffic and weather together accident near downtown Dallas this is gonna be forty five south bound at Ross just a little south of the turn off to would all Rogers there's a crash near the Ross Avenue exit the entrance ramp that is Ross Avenue entrance ramp is blocked by a crack ten eighty carefully weather center Claudian forty over night cloudy in forty nine on Wednesday with a slight chance of rain in the afternoon.
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"News fourteen Americans along the boards and three hundred evacuated from the cruise ship in Japan who've tested positive for the corona virus are now being treated at the Nebraska hospital we have practiced in train for this we actually train others across the U. S. and internationally to do clinical care as well as infection prevention and control techniques to keep ourselves safe in the individual sabre Shelley sweet held who's the executive director of emergency management at the university of Nebraska Medical Center some of the Americans aboard the diner the princess chose to remain on board Matthew Smith and his wife among them explaining to fox and friends first and we didn't want to leave this quarantine before it was done thanks both ourselves to potentially people with the virus there are nearly nineteen hundred deaths blade bill the corona virus one of the of the administrator of the hospital at the epicenter of the outbreak and will hold China the Boy Scouts of America facing a barrage of sex abuse lawsuits has filed for bankruptcy well the chapter eleven filing this morning the organization hopes to reorganize during the process the sex abuse lawsuits filed against the organization will be put on hold you're the end of Monday's rain delayed Daytona five hundred Ryan Newman's car was bumped wet airborne flipped over and skidded across the finish line in flames but doctors say his injuries are not life threatening we're going to continue to work with the race team and Ryan's family to support them in any way we can we ask that you respect their privacy angle in Ford's will provide updates as we can but at this time our thoughts are with Ryan in this family as guards I could a vice president Steve o'donnell says new but is serious but stable Denny Hamlin by the way what the race a bill that would have banned assault weapons at Virginia fails as a handful of moderate Democrats joined Republicans in voting down the builders Virginis Virginia state Senate committee America is listening to fox news Lara Logan is back the award winning journalist returned with an unflinching look at the border crisis what I care about is one thing the truth she's taking on the mainstream media tackling the issues that matter to America one story at a time but we don't have a scene where they go we don't know what they've been through this together you can see on their faces this is my core for runners they're not going to give this is this is what you're used to okay three of those religions that's not the case and we all have families are here to protect our borders a third country having the freedom to take on tough subjects and tell it like it is that what we have a fox nation that's what sets us apart no bias no nonsense Lara Logan has no agenda the must see docu series is available now only on fox nation start your free trial at fox nation dot com Marist university poll is due out at this hour that could determine whether Michael Bloomberg will call will qualify for Wednesday's Democrat presidential debate if he does it'll be facing some tough questions about old news clips that keeps surfacing in the latest he seems to suggest that farmers don't have to be that bright for you it's a process the indigo hold you put a seed and you put dirt on top add water comes the corn but Republican senator Steve Daines tells fox news a by the comments are did excusable those are fighting words from Montana farmers and ranchers it just shows you the disconnect with his liberal elites running for president I say to the Democrat side and the realities of the hard working men and women in agriculture in our factory across this great country the Bloomberg campaign says the comments have been taken out of context in charge the Sanders and the trunk campaigns are behind them we will learn today hell six year old favori sweat like died last week after apparently being abducted from her front yard near Columbia South Carolina police are also expected real reveal more details about her neighbor a man who was also found dead final credit Sir about to roll on an iconic telephone service it was a punch line it was signed fell bed please into the first three letters of the movie title not Moviefone is now being run by just one employee after its parent company filed for chapter seven bankruptcy last month general manager Matt Atchity tells variety he's been retained by the trustee overseeing the liquidation of the parent company to keep it running pending a sale nearly all movie phone staffers were laid off at the end of last month after the filing the original voice of movie phone the company's co founder Russ Leatherman parted ways with the service in twenty thirteen in a Seinfeld episode people keep calling Kramer's new phone number thinking they're calling Moviefone so we designed to impersonate Mister Moviefone I don't you just tell me the name of the we sell a Sarah news that Jack Callahan this is fox news from.
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"I chose to stay I'm Jack Callahan fox news fourteen Americans along the boards and three hundred evacuated from the cruise ship in Japan who've tested positive for the corona virus now being treated at the Nebraska hospital we have practiced in train for this we actually train others across the U. S. and internationally to do clinical care as well as infection prevention and control techniques to keep ourselves safe in the individual sabre Shelley sweet held who's the executive director of emergency management at the university of Nebraska Medical Center some of the Americans aboard the diner the princess chose to remain on board Matthew Smith and his wife among them explaining to fox and friends first and we didn't want to leave this quarantine before it was done panics both ourselves to potentially to people who have the virus there are nearly nineteen hundred deaths blame bill the corona virus one of the of the administrator of the hospital at the epicenter of the outbreak and will hold China the Boy Scouts of America facing a barrage of sex abuse lawsuits has filed for bankruptcy the chapter eleven filing this morning the organization hopes to reorganize during the process the sex abuse lawsuits filed against the organization will be put on hold you're the end of Monday's rain delayed Daytona five hundred Ryan Newman's car was bumped wet airborne flipped over and skidded across the finish line in flames but doctors say his injuries are not life threatening we're going to continue to work with the race team and Ryan's family to support them in any way we can we ask that you respect their privacy angle in Ford's will provide updates as we can but at this time our thoughts are with Ryan in this family ask our executive vice president Steve o'donnell says new but is serious but stable Denny Hamlin by the way what the race a bill that would have banned assault weapons at Virginia fails as a handful of moderate Democrats joined Republicans in voting down the bill of the virgin this Virginia state Senate committee America is listening to fox news whether I'm taking someone for a walk helping someone prepare for an interview driving to a doctor's appointment or making a meal to enjoy together my day is always rewarding and impactful I can work a schedule that works for me all of the opportunity for training team.
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"I chose to stay on Jack Callahan fox news fourteen Americans along the boards and three hundred evacuated from the cruise ship in Japan who've tested positive for the corona virus are now being treated at the Nebraska hospital we have practiced in train for this we actually train others across the U. S. and internationally to do clinical care as well as infection prevention and control techniques to keep ourselves safe in the individual say Shelley sweet held who's the executive director of emergency management at the university of Nebraska Medical Center some of the Americans aboard the diner the princess chose to remain on board Matthew Smith and his wife among them explaining to fox and friends first and we didn't want to leave this quarantine before it was done suppose ourselves to answer to people who have the virus there are nearly nineteen hundred deaths blamed bill the corona virus one of the of the administrator of the hospital at the epicenter of the outbreak could will hold China the Boy Scouts of America facing a barrage of sex abuse lawsuits has filed for bankruptcy the chapter eleven filing this morning the organization hopes to reorganize during the process the sex abuse lawsuits filed against the organization will be put on hold you're the end of Monday's rain delayed Daytona five hundred Ryan Newman's car was bumped wet airborne flipped over and skidded across the finish line in flames but doctors say his injuries are not life threatening we're going to continue to work with the race team and Ryan's family to support them in any way we can we ask that you respect their privacy angle in Ford's will provide updates as we can but at this time our thoughts are with Ryan in this family this car executive vice president Steve o'donnell says new but is serious but stable Denny Hamlin by the way what the race a bill that would have banned assault weapons at Virginia fails as a handful of moderate Democrats joined Republicans in voting down the bill.
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"Shore up support among minority voters I know my story would have turned out very differently and I have been black Bloomberg accusing Sanders of turning a blind eye to threatening and profane online tactics from some of his supporters Sanders says that Bloomberg has an elitist contempt for working people and as a golf partner of president trump's CBS news correspondent major Garrett Chinese health officials are reporting ninety eight more deaths in the early nineteen hundred new cases of the corolla a virus but there some optimism because a new report says that more than eighty percent of the cases have been mild and new ones seem to be falling since early this month China may postpone its annual Congress in March that's the biggest political meeting of the year to avoid travel while the disease is still spreading a Santa Clarita man is in isolation at a Nebraska hospital with possible symptoms of the corona virus Carl Goldman is among the hundreds of Americans who were evacuated from a cruise ship in Japan and quarantine in the US because of the virus on a flight to Travis Air Force base in northern California his temperature spiked his wife Jerry is in another room in the same Nebraska hospital she tells fox news she had it better on the boat we still have a fourteen day quarantine so I'm in a room like a dormitory room from college that I cannot leave at least on the ship we had a mini suite so we have a balcony so I was able to get in almost every day and a thirteen thousand staff she says they had to leave all of their stuff behind at the northern California military base was a fiery end to the Daytona five hundred will have that at eleven forty it's eleven thirty five traffic.
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"Five one or by going to balance of nature dot com and use discount code fruits Mardi Gras is under way in New Orleans but there's a problem W. W. els Dave calling as a Mardi Gras party kicks into high gear here in New Orleans the fire chief says more than fifty firefighters failing to report to work over the weekend created a dangerous situation a large public safety issue Tim McConnell's calling on the rank and file to act responsibly but fire union president Erin Mishler says firefighters are exhausted from working forced overtime and the refusal to keep doing it protects the public from having worn out first responders distress now with having their vacations taken away from work and through ninety six to a hundred and twenty hours a week Dave coming for CBS news New Orleans Australian scientists say they've developed a new type of solar panel that can generate power even on a cloudy day or indoors from ambience online the panel's utilize nano particles called quantum dots there about five billions of a meter in size it can be printed on panels of any shape or size to indicate how efficient they are they're calling them British weather proof Jim Chevy CBS news this is that in California is only twenty four hour local news and traffic station can extend seventy newsradio good evening I'm Jan Stevens our top local stories a seven oh five a man from Santa Clarita is in isolation in Nebraska with possible symptoms of the corona virus and there's an effort to recall the mayor of Anaheim first that we have traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five years to fix all right we have a new problem in orange twenty two east bound at the city drive and this is yet another crash involving a motorcycle third one in the last couple of hours and right now the motorcycle rider is down in the middle lanes again twenty two east bound at the city drive this just happened couple minutes ago the big problem going on in east LA sixty eastbound just before the seven ten this is a four car crash that is blocking the slow lane right now one of the cars facing the wrong way your best bet to get around that exit at Indiana and take third street to get around it that's really your only option at this point bellflower southbound six oh five Alondra a solar car spin out that ended up with a car on its side and in a ditch so it's off the freeway but still causing some slowing there couple problems right now on the four oh five first of all on the southbound four or five Olympic two car crash that's on the right shoulder but that's causing some slowing back the sunset and then on the northbound side of the four or five right right before the ten connector the ten this is an earlier two car crash that is still black in the slow lane have a problem in Sherman oaks one one eastbound and Whitman this is a solo car spin out there trying to get over the right shoulder and in the valley mission hills reports of a small brush fire right around the one eighteen in San Fernando it's been very very heavy as you make your way to the five the connector the five and will keep you posted the fire department is is aware of it and they're taking care of it good export coming up at seven fifteen I'm Jeff bass with more covered porch more often can extend seventy newsradio patchy low clouds and fog return overnight lows are gonna be in the forties and in the fifties after the clause left we're gonna have sunshine tomorrow even warmer to pictures we're looking for upper sixties of coast in the desert mid seventies LA in OC metro areas in the valleys and in the Inland Empire and low fifties in the mountains we have light showers by the end of the week more in your exclusive five day forecast at seven fifteen right now in Pasadena sixty three degrees torrents fifty seven degrees and in Chino it's sixty one seven oh seven now Santa Clarita man is in isolation Atta Nebraska hospital if possible symptoms of the coronavirus Carl Goldman was among the hundreds of Americans evacuated from a cruise ship in Japan that was quarantine becomes because of that virus he was on a flight to Travis Air Force base when his temperature spiked his wife Jerry is in another room in the very same Nebraska ho hospital and she tells fox news she had a better on the boat we still have a fourteen day quarantine so I'm in a room like a.
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"Political messages that aren't adds the AP's that Donnie reports the policy change comes after democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole and sent promotional messages about his campaign on Instagram account the personalities that target a younger audience the change covers what Facebook called branded content advertisers pay the influential personality directly to post about their brand Facebook doesn't make any money from this and does not considerate advertising in one of Bloomberg's messages he asked can you post a medium that lets everyone know on the Cole candidate posted is the photo of the candidate wearing baggy Chino shorts an orange polo and is there but best I'm AT Donahue virus I'm Jim barber than AP news but it more than three hundred Americans from a cruise ship in quarantine Yokohama harbor in Japan have flown to the U. S. in quarantine at military bases in California and Texas as well as university of Nebraska hospital Robert Catholic as an Assistant Secretary of health and Human Services individuals will spend the next fourteen days under the joint more supervision and oversight of CDC and ask for fourteen of the vacuum ways have tested positive for the covert nineteen virus hundreds of homes flooded Jackson Mississippi is a Pearl River leaves its banks Tennessee to homes tumble down an embankment into the Tennessee River forecasters predict more rain in the southeast this week Denny Hamlin wins the rain delay Daytona five hundred second year in a row and I went door to door as Ryan Blaney for the finish fourteen one hundred margin of victory it second closest in race history Ryan Newman who had the lead flipped his burning car crossing the finish line on its roof in nineteen eighty digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that yes so seated pressed produces news related books here's what's.
Coronavirus: Infected cruise ship passengers getting care in Nebraska, not California
"Cynically the van is in isolation room and Nebraska hospital after breaking out of a fever while being evacuated from a coronavirus stricken cruise ship Carl golden was on a flight from Japan to Travis Air Force base in northern California when he fell ill his wife Jerry also is in quarantine in Nebraska and talked with channel seven I think I'm just a little out of sorts being away from my husband and then also not having any belongs all her clothes and other things are still at Travis the goldmans were among the hundreds of Americans are being quarantine on the diamond princess in Japan for nearly two
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"I am here again with you. For this episode of madness to magic. I'm with crazy love story and i'm so glad that you decided to join us today because today we have a very special guest a a very special friend. Joanna and i am going to let her introduce herself because i will most likely mess it up and she's important to mess it up. Yep so joining you wanna say hello and let people know who you are. Hi <hes> i'm joanna <hes> when when people ask i usually say that i am a lifelong christina percentage elliott resident and i am a mother of two and wife of one and i have been a founding member and president of the friends of rock even four about five over six years now awesome and and that's good that you are the wife of one because there will be a whole different packing strike so with korea right exactly so you have been the leader the spear header spirit move or the spirit of of the effort towards rock avon. Can you explain a little bit about what rock haven is. The listeners rock haven is a beautiful spot not in vertigo city where once upon a time a woman came out and deciding to do something different to give women <hes> safe care for for mild mental and nervous issues in a home like setting in one thousand nine hundred she came out she found the the beautiful mountains and into the beautiful oak trees and a beautiful building to be able to keep them in her idea after working for about twenty years or so in mental health both going from world war one out to patent out to l._a. County hospital and seeing all the different ways that mental patients retreated after particularly women that she needed to do something different and she had learned about cottage care sushi knew that if you give them dignified treatment and a homelike setting things are going to be different she had watched <hes> an even had in her care. Some women who were put away for for virtually no reason and if they were put into the system they would disappear they would be drugged. They would be locked away for unknown amounts of time and her focus was on getting out getting active and getting home <hes> so i'm gonna ask that we rewind just a little bit and <hes> part of the reason that i have joanna here is because i love to binge watch tv and one of the programs out right now is called hearts and it's could you know why they weren't. We're not even hiding this anymore. Destroyed an author on out there well apparently during this timeframe turn of the century. <hes> women had two choices right so they were either married or they became harlot. So i mean that was kind of it or you know you were around the street. That's kind of how they portray. Trey this whole kind of series and so they show you a family to a couple different families who really going to the business of being harlot s- <hes> and by that we mean prostitution right so <hes> what did they used to calm brothels and the reason that you really came to mind had nothing nothing to do with prostitution or as beautiful as you are on and you look awesome when you wear those period thesis whenever we have those kind of <hes> events but the reason is because one of the characters who is not a particularly kind person was recess is getting better and better as you should watch this. You can come to mind because right now not not that. She reminds me of you but she was put in a a hell hole. That's what i'm calling. We're and called mentally ill by her son and right now they're going through what happens to people in those environments what they used to do <hes> to people mostly the women who were deemed mentally ill so one. We're talking about rock haven in your work with it so first off the the woman men who actually created rock even her name was agnes. Richards agnes richards and she was actually if i remember correctly a nurse yes. They are an ah okay. She became an r._n. And what were the kinds of things that she saw you kind of lewd to them but will the things that she experienced against as an r._n. For women for people with mental illness can you talk a little bit about before. She started rocky right. Well it most of that. I can only imagine <hes> because she never worked in a while. I guess she did she worked in hastings nebraska hospital for the chronic insane in during world war one she work with the red cross and that would be the guys that came back with what they called. Shell shock give give him a shot of whiskey and send them back out again. They had no idea what was really happening to the minds of these people so she'll like today with most medic stress crowder yeah okay then she comes out to to patent this. The stories that i hear like raucous rock haven actually had a woman who was put in there because she was going through menopause her her husband said she wasn't acting like herself and therefore she needed to be put away put a way now. Fortunately they chose a lovely place for her to be put if he had put her anyplace else. I mean it's ridiculous that new for some reason he didn't think that she could function <music> outside of a hospital just because she's going through menopause won't even inherits in that day one of the younger girls who's in the mental facility <hes> she was put in there by her stepfather because she was caught having sex in the stables with a stable boy now and so there were all sorts of reasons women didn't have a voice at all right now so so go ahead so she experienced all of this yeah well she but but this sort of thing that continues to go on yes i heard about a story in the fifties or sixties where young girl got pregnant and they didn't send her to a camp for young mothers they sent her to a sanitarium to give birth to this child and wouldn't experience that would be would different place way. What a way to be treated for <hes> yeah. I don't know but there's various. There's just all kinds of stuff and then the idea like nellie bly going and getting herself locked away for several days as to find out what it was really like on the inside and she finds out that that basically everybody well. There's just so many stories polyamide the basically everybody's getting drugged the miserable place to be and that if you are not insane you're gonna go insane because of what a what miserable treatment buying but then there are the genuinely insane people that there amongst the people who are not at least not yet insane and the challenges of of having to manipulate your way around and then keep our sanity example go matt right and then of course agnes made run by women for women only think of the dangers that women were facing and i recently heard about a patient that was found to be pregnant by a caretaker gentleman who was abusing her still still the twenty first century has started stuff going on so <unk>. Agnes was was way ahead of time leah. You know she needed to do something different to give them an opportunity to to you. Recover you know not get worse. <hes> ni- go someplace terrible not be abused further and then go a step beyond that and and make it beautiful setting and treat them with dignity as her granddaughter took over and brought it further into the twentieth century to the twenty first century <hes> making certain that their hair was done that their nails were done. They were always dressed. There were always brought out to dinner. They were not allowed to just sit in a chair and watch television and this is more dementia alzheimer's by this time for the the rock even focused care and there was of course <hes> different mental issues there but mostly on aging issues issues but it would change their behavior they would feel differently out themselves because they were being treated as human beings and they were allowed outdoors. Oh yeah no. They were encouraged particularly in the beginning they that she had one of those fun things about learning more about her where she worked out at patent state hospital. They showed us where the farm was like. Oh i heard that agnes how to garden and she had chickens because the leaders were supposed to get out and have a purpose abyss they had a facilities for making their own mattresses for making their own shoes obviously for cooking and all these things that all of the the at that place patients rockin the residence where the ladies they were called. They were never called patients all these activities for them to do it made a difference in their behavior in their day to day lives and and that sort of thing so yeah well we're talking about twentieth century twenty first century so with my own mother my own sister and the places they were committed to the fact that they were allowed to just further isolate right. They were drugged up yet right right and i get it when someone is way off the deep end to even start the process of what's really wrong and you need to calm people down. I i understand the theory behind it. However the practice of just keeping people drugged up <unk> doped up unnecessarily the practice of putting people win those places without real cause right. I'm not even giving them a voice that has been going on forever and i do believe leave still to some extent continues yeah yeah i've heard of them being drugged simply because the the orderlies the caretakers didn't want to deal with them. You just drag them into two cata tony jaa and then one of the worst things that are just recently heard was up in <hes> cameo deaf children were being put in mental sanitariums and then just rode to keep them quiet yeah yankee docile yeah so yeah no it's it's twisted it's scary and sad and and part of part of why this place is such a beautiful and kind of tragic story <hes> uh-huh because <hes> because of what she was saving them from if they could and not just saving them but if i can say so so when i <hes> i stumbled onto joanna. I stumbled onto rock. Aven i think a lot of people maybe stumbled onto it and then they're like shocked at at what it is is right the historical reference but also in in taking being taken on a tour of the grounds. It's such a beautiful beautiful tranquil zen place with rose bushes and like it's so like you want to spend time there and i can only imagine in terms terms of caregiving for people with any kind of mental disorder that kind of environment is what should be preserved and encouraged encouraged and furthered verses gino turning it into a hotel surprise yet yeah and that was that was my thing as i worked to preserve this historic spot it wasn't just to keep it from being leveled and becoming housing it wasn't it wasn't even just to save the stories <hes> which is pretty much what we're gonna be coming up on our on our website is just trying to make sure that all these stories that i've learned over the years they're out there for people to read read and learn and do research and that sort of thing but it is to preserve the space itself. I'm always disappointed. When i drive up to a historical sign that says an five miles from here used to be and i would hate for anybody to pull up to the spot and he's even going to be kind of weird to go to <unk> hotel and say yeah this was a mental sanatorium but to say you know a a a woman came out and began a business for women to to give them an opportunity to be treated like human beings used to be here. You know but right now you still. There's an advertisement that that said <hes> that this was a place of rest best and rehabilitation for women suffering from overwork and exhaustion and you know we always hands when they speak. We're already for that spot..
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"Cancer his agent digs it's been says Gibson is now in Omaha Nebraska hospital that's his home town after receiving the cancer diagnosis at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore it's been says Gibson hopes for a full recovery and is determined to fight Gibson won two hundred fifty one games during his seventeen hall of fame seasons with the cardinals he leads the card let the cards to World Series championships in nineteen sixty four and sixty seven as well as the National League pennant in nineteen sixty eight that was the year he posted a one point one two E. R. A. that is a modern day record that still has not been broken in many thing never will be sailors police are investigating a morning shooting police were called to a local hospital shortly before eight o'clock when a man showed up with gunshot wounds to the hand and leg he is listed in stable condition police are not sure where the shooting happened because the victim wasn't sure of his location when he was shot one suspect is in custody in connection with a shooting this morning in Wentzville the arrest came after a shot was fired around four twenty PM twenty AM rather at a pick up truck near the one still police department a man and woman in the truck were not hurt police pursued the suspect vehicle and arrested a suspect that late fee Louis Boulevard Pittman Avenue no names have been released but police say the suspect and the victims knew one another a suspect in a metrolink crime spree is arrested in western Missouri fox two news says Chris Brown was arrested Friday afternoon at a hotel in liberty Missouri and is awaiting transfer back to Saint Louis brown is one of twelve people indicted in may for a crimes be is free last year involving metrolink passengers one of the victims Roth Craig live favor was killed last year during a robbery at the metrolink station on grant him looks news.
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"Custody of department of health and human services last September making her, at least the six child to die in recent months after crossing into the United States from Mexico. The office of refugee resettlement described, the girl who is not named as medically fragile said, she died of fever, and respiratory distress in an Omaha Nebraska hospital Wednesdays disclosure to protests from democratic lawmakers who accused the Trump administration of covering up the death for eight months, five other children, all of them from Guatemala have died in US custody or shortly after being released over the last eight months before last year. No child died in immigration custody over a decade on Wednesday, lawmakers on the house homeland security committee, grilled acting DHS secretary, Kevin Macalinsan about the desk. This is Eleanor freshman Democratic Congress member Lauren Underwood. At this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like and the evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration and its cruel inhumane, thank you. Mr Chairman, I. That's an accusation. Down our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody, every single day after that exchange Republicans on the homeland security committee, led a vote to admonish. Congress member Underwood had her statements stricken from the record and barred her from talking during the remainder of the session. In New York City. A federal judge ruled Wednesday, Deutsche Bank and capital. One must turn over financial documents subpoenaed by congress as lawmakers investigate whether Trump's business ties are influencing White House policy Deutsche Bank loaned over two billion dollars to Trump for real estate deals over nearly two decades. Even when other banks refused to do, so the decision came two days after a DC district judge upheld a subpoena ordering Trump's accounting firm to hand over ten years of Trump's financial records. Meanwhile, New York lawmakers approved a Bill Wednesday. That would give congress access to President Trump state tax returns. This is New York assembly member. Barbara lifton. They are deeply concerned.
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"I'm thirty four the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa. Now struggling through one of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history now in American returning from the Congo may have been exposed that patient being monitored at a Nebraska hospital. The hospital says the unidentified person is being held in a secure area. That's not accessible to other patients or the public officials say the patient is not sick and has had no Ebola symptoms, but will be monitored for up to two weeks. You remember back in two thousand fourteen to you Bola. Scare was nationwide here in the states people being screened for fevers at US airports when they returned from overseas in that last outbreak eleven Americans contracted the disease nine of them from overseas to nurses took ill here in the United States while they were treating those patients. Authorities say though, this latest patient may have been exposed. But at this point not ill and not contagious. United Nations secretary General Antonio Gutierrez released his New Year's message yesterday. Hey, the UN chief said it's been a challenging year. But yes, there is hope intolerance is on the rise. Trust is on the decline. But there are also reasons for hope the talks on Yemen. If created a chance for peace. The agreement signed in Riyadh in September. Between each European. Betrayer is these long running tensions and brought improved prospects twin entire region, and he did go onto say when international cooperation works the world wins. News time eleven thirty six to World War Two veteran from upstate New York who helped found the national purple heart hall of honor in the Hudson valley has died. Joseph Farina was ninety seven years old a member of the New York national guard, and he served in the army in the Pacific during World War Two. He was part of the group that pushed for that museum that honored members of the US military who were awarded the purple heart. The museum again, call the national purple heart hall of honor opened in two thousand six in new Windsor in the Hudson valley, currently thirty five degrees, cloudy in New York, going up to forty three we should see the sun breaking through tonight, partly cloudy, low thirty six and it looks like a soaker for New Year's Eve wins. News time eleven thirty seven. New one covers.
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"See store for details and terms and conditions Democratic Republic of Congo and Africa struggling for one of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history. And now in American returning from the Congo may have been exposed that patient being monitored at a Nebraska hospital hospital says the unidentified person is being held in a secure area. That's not accessible to other patients or the public officials say the patient is not sick and has had no Ebola symptoms, but will be monitored for up to two weeks. So you remember back in two thousand fourteen Diabolo scare was a nationwide with people being screened for fevers US airports as they returned from overseas. Correspondent Carey shoemaker shelter tells us in that last week eleven Americans contracting the disease nine of them became infected outside of the states two of them in the. The states they were nurses, actually, treating those ill patients the United Nations secretary General Antonio Gutierrez released his New Year's message yesterday. The UN chief said it has been a challenging year. But there is hope intolerance is on the rise. Trustees onto the Klein, but there are also reasons for hope the talks on Yemen. If created a chance for peace the agreement signed in Riyadh in September between each European area is these long running tensions and brought improved prospects twin entire region, and he went on to say when international cooperation works. The world wins wins. News time nine thirty six. The World War Two veteran from upstate New York who helped found the national purple heart hall of honor in the Hudson valley has died. Joseph Farina was ninety seven. He was a member of the New York national guard served in the army in the Pacific during World War Two. He was part of the group that pushed for that museum that honored members of the US military who were awarded the purple heart. And again that museum the national purple heart. Hall of honor opened in two thousand six in new Windsor in the Hudson valley. Ten ten wins entertainment straight ahead. There's a reason.
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"For Medicaid and to get enrolled, even if you've applied before and been turned down the rules have changed suggest again because to take care of others. You have to take care of yourself to that's cover VA dot org for eight five five to four to eight to eight to brought to you by the Commonwealth Virginia. Us news. Now, I'm Rodney price. It's twelve o'clock Saudi at fifty one degrees in Wichita your forecast is just ahead which police continue to investigate at least three armed robberies that occurred this morning in less than an hour's time the initial robbery took place just before ADM at the quick shop located in the twenty seven hundred block of south Oliver the second occurred just after eight thirty at family express in the twelve hundred block of east Ponti, the final robbery was reported at eight forty eight AM at American gas in the sixteen hundred block of south hydraulic police are on the lookout for two suspects. But cannot confirm it this time that those two people are responsible for all three thefts this morning cake TV reports for other robberies occurred overnight. But so far there's no word on if those are related to the three that have happened this morning. The cabbie is investigating the attempted murder of a woman in Smith county as well as an officer involved shooting which occurred as police attempted to apprehend the fifteen year old suspect just after ten twenty Saturday morning. Smith county sheriff's office received a nine one one call and responded one zero zero to one a road in Smith center upon arriving. They located a sixty six year old white female victim who had been seriously hurt. She was taken to a local hospital and is expected to recover the suspect a fifteen year old male fled the area on horseback. K HP in Smith county sheriff's deputies attempted to apprehend the suspect with no shots fired. But then just before two twenty pm the suspect fired at troopers to return fire striking the subject EMS transported. The suspect to a local hospital in from there. He was flown to occur Nebraska hospital where he underwent surgery his condition is currently unknown the identity of the subject will be with how because he is a juvenile. No law enforcement officials were injured during the incident. This investigation is ongoing. Amy Webb KNX S news. It looks like in California. You won't be taxed to text after all it. Almost sounds like a joke. You send a text message and you get taxed, but it was under consideration from the California Public utilities commission in its upcoming meeting agenda in January. But now they've scrapped the plan. The FCC had recently weighed in telling.
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"I'm Rodney price. It's seven o'clock mostly clear just a few clouds out there. Twenty eight degrees. Wichita your forecast is covered up just before six o'clock. A house fire was reported at the twenty eight hundred block of west maple when crews I arrived on the scene fire was visible from the structure. There's no word on what caused the blaze or how extensive the damage is the Kansas bureau of investigation is investigating the attempted murder of a woman in Smith county as well as an officer involved shooting which occurred as police attempted to apprehend the fifteen year old suspect just after ten twenty Saturday morning. The Smith county sheriff's office received a nine one one call and responded to one zero zero two one oh road in Smith center upon arriving. They located a sixty six year old white female victim who had been seriously hurt. She was taken to a local hospital and is expected to recover the suspect a fifteen year old black male fled the. Area on horseback. K HP in Smith county sheriff's deputies attempted to apprehend the suspect with no shots fired. But then just before two twenty pm the suspect fired at troopers to to purge returned fire. Striking the subject EMS transported. The suspect to a local hospital and from there. He was loaned to occur Nebraska hospital where he underwent surgery his condition is currently unknown the identity of the subject will be with how because he's a juvenile. No law enforcement officials were injured during the incident. This investigation is ongoing Amy Webb Cayenne s news. The Wichita city council is expected to vote on the naming rights of a pavilion currently under construction in NASCAR park. According to the agreement ever g will pay one point four million dollars to build a pavilion in the park. Also ever g will control advertising on structures in the park while the city of Wichita will be responsible for the upkeep of signing. The pavilion is part of a nearly three million dollar renovation taking place at the.
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"Nine hundred ninety nine because of problems with his vocal chords you can also find him in the rock and roll hall of fame up next we're going to hear a song written by graham nash for marianne faithfull at a concert they were performing with tom jones actress carrie anne moss was named after this song then we're going to hear something i recorded by kelly gordon in nineteen sixty nine the publishers didn't think it fit the holly style but they loved it out of an orchestra and elton john plays piano on this it was written for joe cocker but he turned it down the title is a phrase used i in eighteen eighty four by james wells in his book the parables of jesus he tells the story where a little girl was carrying a big baby boy she was struggling someone asked if she wasn't tired the title of the song is her response and it's also the motto for boys town in omaha nebraska hospitals are great for emergencies and other illnesses but for elegant surgery cataract removal we believe the individual doctor makes the difference i'm dr richard fichman i have a passion for technology now on my third cataract laser i choose the technology that's the best for my patients and i don't have to run it by a committee of dozens of doctors were cozy center with the best technology without the hassle of a large institution laser cataract surgery is working wonderfully i would use the word miraculous i guess this is a pardon it's an eye opener the surgery is amazing i felt that the care that i received was diagrammed for me specifically paul the fichman i sent her today at one eight seven seven fica h m a n or visit us at vich mnay center dot com laser assisted cataract surgery the fichman is center you can clearly see the difference w drc a m w drc fm hd three hartford w s n g torrington w m w meridean kiss is the big d weekends the talk of connecticut we're here with brian low vice president of.