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"news center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Radio News Center at my northwest Com Hi Catch numbers, plus record low runs means more unplanned fishing restrictions on the Columbia River. I'm a scientist, so I cannot say with certainty that there won't be any extinction that is Ryan Lothrop. But the state Department of Fish and Wildlife worried about the low number of steelhead and Chinook returning to their spawning grounds this year. There's no certainty on this, and we hope that I mean it's more than hope we're going to take action regard. Was to give us the best shot, moving forward Salmon and still had restrictions take effect tomorrow along tribute series of the both the Columbia and Snake rivers. Other areas along those rivers already closed last week. Staying in the water. Now one of Puget Sound's southern resident orcas may be in serious trouble. Kyra videos Diane Death Weather reports. Researchers report. Tofino has not look good for a while, and the two year old J pod female is getting worse. They say whales hunt and feed more successfully when they have space and quiet, so voters are being asked to give Wales extra space right now to Southern resident orcas gave birth this summer, but an older orca died. The population is down to 74, the lowest level in 40 years be another day of long lines to get inside Mount Rainier National Park. The staff warned visitors yesterday to expect long delays this Labor Day weekend at the park's Nisqually entrance on highway 706 cars were backed up for miles during peak hours on Sunday. And the Mariners. Their playoff hopes are still alive after a three game series sweep over the Arizona Diamondbacks. EMS notched their fifth consecutive when yesterday, scoring seven runs in the 11th inning here in the Valley of the Sun, The Mariners in 11 beat the Diamondbacks by a score of 10 4 Mariners are just three games back of the Red Sox in the wild card race. They are second in the A L West behind the Houston Astros, who they face again. Tonight. Cairo Radio.
California Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Proof Order to Indoor Events of 1,000 or More
"Change to masks in California I'm Marilyn Hider in the Cove Oh news center beginning September 20th everybody who goes to an indoor event with more than 1000. People in attendance will have to show proof of covid vaccination or a negative covid test within 72 hours of the event. The rules were announced by the state Department of Public Health. The rules previously allowed people to self attest to being vaccinated or having tested negative, But now people will have to show proof. The previous rules also applied only to events with 5000 more people. But the new rules lower the threshold to 1000.
COVID-19 Delta Variant Runs Rampant in the U.S.
"The delta varying it is more contagious K to ours. Peter Seymour joins us live from the news centre. Becky Valley Wise hospitals in Arizona have 12 Covid 19 patients Right now. We had one patient in the hospital 3.5 weeks ago that had covid 19 disease, so Certainly starting to see an increase again. Dr. Michael White and former CDC director Richard Bessler hope the slight surge doesn't mean worse things to come. If everyone were to get vaccinated with this vaccine, there'll be less virus spreading around less likelihood that there would be very in submerging that we would need a new vaccine for like a booster shot. Public health leaders and hospitals are still measuring The Delta variance mark in Arizona as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations remain steady. But Los Angeles County reports a spike of 3000 cases in the past three days. So who needs to be concerned any area where there's a lower rate of vaccination you're going to see spread, and it's going to vary by neighborhood here in New Jersey, where I am my community 76% of adults are fully vaccinated the next town over its 44% health leaders in L. A county. He blamed the unvaccinated who catch the delta variant in the valley. Dr. White believes that variant is making his dozen covid 19 patients sicker just here. Over the last few days, we're starting to see people that are presenting that are more acutely ill needing more intensive care. Last month, the unvaccinated made up 92% of Arizona's coronavirus cases. Dr White calls this all the more reason to take your covid 19 shots where we are now within the Covid 19 pandemic isn't a lot better place than we
"news center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"From the Cairo Radio News Center streaming on the Cairo Radio AB, it's New Year's Eve. It's really Really good business is applauding the return of tourists to the Puget Sound region in downtown Seattle, Cairo seven TVs Lindsey, Sheldon reports They're coming in from all over at bustling Pike Place. It's not just locals packing the market parents came in from Las Vegas who came from San Diego. Michael do says he's still getting used to crowds surprised but not surprised. In California. We just opened up last week, so everybody's out. Places like the aquarium are seeing a surge in visitors to at more than 2000 people per day last week and 24% more foot traffic than expected for the year So far, an aquarium staff say more than half of visitors are from out of state. It's not pre pandemic. Levels. But sea Tac Airport is seeing more passengers s a spokeswoman Kate Hudson. If you are expecting to come to the airport and be the only person traveling, um you might be surprised that other folks in the area had the same idea. CBS is Kris Van Cleave says many airlines across the country are just figuring that out. Henry Harteveldt is an airline analyst. The airlines were caught with their pants down. Scheduled to many flights and they didn't have enough people ready to operate. The flights operate the airports and the companies that they work with. We're short two as American ramped up flights from 2200 Day to about 5800 this month. The T s a struggle to have enough screeners. The airlines caterer in Dallas didn't have enough drivers and some American pilots were still in post furlough retraining. The attack is reporting minor delays at security checkpoints, but watch out for those canceled flights. It does not look like the U. S. Will meet President Biden's goal of getting all adult Americans vaccinated against Covid 19 by Independence Day, however, for Americans, 30 and older We have met the president's goal of at least one shot. White House Covid response coordinator Jeffrey Zients. With that accomplishment staying in the nation's capital Democrats in the U. S Senate are pushing for at least a procedural vote on a bill that would block some voting restrictions. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Republicans across the country Deliberately targeting all the ways that younger, poor, non white and typically Democratic voters access the ballot. Republicans plan to block it, saying Democrats are trying to rewrite voting rules on Wall Street. The Dow was up 32 points right now, NASDAQ Ahead 61 on to Cairo radio, Real time traffic Here's Emory Martin. Lots of sunshine and continued crowding on north and five his driver's head towards the Puyallup River Bridge. I'm also seeing delays a north on 167 as commuters work their way into Pacific north on four or five. Still going to be a bit of a challenge. This morning, she work your way from 167 into Newcastle North and five drivers get jammed right around Albro and remain on the brakes. Past the convention center, 30 minutes out of Everett and into either Bellevue or Seattle. Cairo. Radio. Real time traffic memory Martin Traffic brought to you by sold by every.
Growing Number Of U.S. Male Survivors Talk About Being A Sex Trade Victim
"Flourishing sex trade. Ah, lot of them are vulnerable to traffickers and sex buyers because of homelessness and poverty. Jenifer McKim of GBH News Center for Investigative Reporting says male victims often go unseen and unhelpful. Warning. This story contains descriptions that are disturbing. Sale. Faro was 16 years old and homeless when he was lured into the country's illegal sex trade. It wasn't until years later that the now 30 year old Boston hairstylists realized he wasn't to blame. I didn't see myself as a victim. I saw myself as someone who participated in this business with him. Alfaro says his parents kicked him out of their house because he was gay. He met a man on the Internet who offered him a place to stay and then forced him to provide clients sexual massages, some that became violent. He eventually ran away. There were many times where Didn't have food to eat. I don't have anywhere to go. And so I began what people call survival sex. I needed to find a way to survive on my own, and I did what I was taught. Pharaohs is a common story that is rarely heard boys and young men captured in the sex trade and victimized and weighs the public generally assumed supplies mostly two girls and young women. Now a small but growing fraternity of male survivors across the United States are talking about their experiences. They're adding poignant details to what many researchers say is a vastly under reported problem. A 2016 national study found more than a third of young people involved in the U. S. Sex trade were boys and young men. More than previously thought. Black and brown males and gay and LGBT Q. Young people are at higher risk. We need to get rid of this error of silence. That's Christopher Bates,
The Federal Reserve Is Thinking About a Digital Dollar
"Maybe it's just me. I don't know but it kind of feels like the news center of gravity shifting back to the political and away from the economic so we are going to set that street right now. Genus new york times said he brady is at politico. Hey you do so gina. Let me start with you. If i could and the minutes of the federal reserve's most recent meeting which were out this week in which They said that they are ready to start talking. About talking about withdrawing support for this economy. I need you to help folks understand why that matters. What the effect might be right. So one important detail here is that it was a number of fed officials saying that they were thinking that if we saw rapid progress in the economy in the coming weeks and months that it would be appropriate to start a conversation about pulling back on by and so i think that the things synthesize are. It's a number. It's not all of them until we're not sure how. Widespread this agreement is and it seems like it. Probably doesn't include. Jay powell the fed chair. That's been important caveat. That said it's clear that there is some portion of the committee and substantial portion of the committee given the qualification number That is kind of getting ready to sort of dial back these bond purchase and that's really important because they have not only helping the economy but really been propping up asset prices and helping the stock market and so i think when you see that conversation start that it's very attuned to sort of hinting. It's coming hinting. It's coming and getting people really ready for it again. So that the bottom doesn't fall out from under market like we saw in the paper trim episode after the global financial crisis when benn banenky kind of intensity. We're going to talk about. They bring and markets went nuts. Basically trying to avoid a repeat
Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced
"Votes, Arizona Secretary of State tells Maricopa County It will need new elections equipment after the audit custody needs be retained by the election officials and that clearly didn't happen in this case. Katya ours, Peter say more joins us live from the news center with the story. Becky, the state's elections manual says on Lee certified county elections officials can keep custody of tabulation machines lost the minute those machines were turned over to the Senate and to their contractors, Katie Hobbs says her observers were not allowed to see what side Burnin just did with the equipment and there's no life feed on it, she tells supervisors. Replacing it could cost $6 million shouldn't be new information to them. We brought this issue early on in the process. Hobbs doesn't think she could re certify the equipment or fix or rebooted if damaged by the August 2022 primary elections process is not comprehensive enough. You fully rehabilitated any compromise equipment or provide enough assurance that the equipment is still safe to use in a statement? Maricopa County says Cyber Ninjas still holds 385 tabulate Ear's, but they will not be used quote unless the county state and vendor are confident that there is no malicious hardware or software installed on the devices. 15 months out from the August primary left 14 months out from where equipment has to be Tested for the actual election. The replacement of this equipment is gonna be time consuming and what we needed the county to know is that if the county intends to redeploy any of the subpoenaed equipment over what they lost custody and control, then our office would need to consider the certification proceedings of the equipment. To be
Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations
"Capitol. But the public wasn't there. They got an update on the audit. Katya years, Peter say more begins our live team coverage in the news center Becky to Republican State Senate leaders would on Lee Live Stream their meeting in which they asked three leaders for an update of the audit of Maricopa County's 2.1 Million November ballots. Liaison Ken Bennett says the county is refusing to answer questions. As far as China. Custody is the documentation of the chain of custody between when the ballots or boxes in the ballots boxes with mallets in them started. Be filed away in their warehouse on Twitter. America to County responded the On Lee time We moved. The balance was when we loaded them in a truck to deliver to the Senate in early March, then heard the Senate wasn't ready to receive them back in the vault. They went War at six Reporting live Peter Same or Katie Air News. The Arizona on it quickly is turning into a national joke, but one lawmaker says it won't be funny with somebody gets hurt. Katia years. Deborah Gayle joins us live in the news center to explain people saying that they're gonna hurt much less kill public servants. It's gotten out of hand. In an exclusive interview with Katya Rs, Kato's and Chad. Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman says that he and his family have been receiving threats online and at least one of the tweets. Escalated. That man came to my house on a Sunday night with 100. Other people and I had sheriff's office protection because I heard they were coming and they got out of their cars and they came to my house and to me threatened my family where we live. Hickman says That man is threatening to return to his home, and he says he's been getting threats since December. Reporting live. Deborah Jael, Katya our news.
"news center" Discussed on KOMO
"News Center University place appears county scene of a very serious crash last night, sending five people to the hospital. Four of them listed critical. The crash happened along Grandview Drive West on Olympic Dr West at the Roundabout. If you're familiar with that area, emergency crews said it took some time and serious work to get the people out of the vehicle. The road was even shut down for a long period of time due to how large the crash scene was. New calls to and hate against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders comes call Miller reports of a large rally that occurred Saturday in Seattle's Chinatown International District together rallying to be recognized as Asian Americans. It's something to be celebrated, and at the same time denouncing that spike in attacks, targeting them over the course of the pandemic, our community Can change America and can end easy hate at him. Hey park in the Chinatown International District Saturday, this group gathered, demanding more be done to keep them safe while paying tribute to John win. He was killed in a stabbing attack three weeks ago outside his bottle apartment building. That's almost call Miller European green crabs were found in Washington's in them waters in 2016, prompting extensive monitoring. State officials say this destructive invasive species has spread to several coastal locations. They thrive in shallow water and soft sentiments, which Washington Esther buries provide. And over the past two years, it seems the populations of green crab or exploding, especially on the coast. Green crab are known as ferocious ecosystem engineers that used her claws to crush up anything. That might be edible, often dramatically changing underwater landscape and destroying eel grass beds and other critical habitat for native species. Still, when you're on the waters of Puget Sound, especially when we get to recreational crab season for Dungeon s later this.
"news center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"In the Cocoa News Center. That's when malicious code is introduced to a computer system, with the host computer network held hostage until the ransom is paid. The local health care provider, which operates five hospitals in San Diego, along with several clinics, was hit by a cyber attack last weekend. Patients and staffers have been unable to access records, email and other technology. During that time script. Self and county officials haven't said much about the situation other than to say experts were working on it and that government agencies were aware of the incident. Patients are frustrated as scheduled procedures and treatments are postponed. President Biden says the April jobs report shows the country is digging out of an economic collapse. He says the numbers show direct relief to the American people helps that we should stop helping workers and families out for fear of overheating the economy. This report reinforces the real truth for years working people of middle class people. People who built this country have been left out in the cold. Struggling just to keep their heads above water. The April jobs report shows total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 266,000. Some were expecting around a million jobs in April. Mexico's president and vice president, Kamila Harris met today by videoconference ahead of an in person visit by the vice president next month to talk about the migrants situation at the border Vice President Kamila Harris is Mexico must be a partner with the U. S. To combat violence and corruption and Central America drivers, she says of the surge of migrants leaving their homes understanding in a belief most people don't want to leave home. On Gwen. They do. It is often because they are fleeing some harm, or they have forced to leave because there's no opportunity. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez over adores pitching the Biden administration on work visa programs. Harris is leading the administration's efforts to cut immigration from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. She has scheduled a visit to Mexico and Guatemala, June 7th and eighth her first foreign trip. His vice president, as Jared Halpern reporting, condo owners and Rancho San Diego are dealing with the mess. But firefighters say it could have been worse. A water tank overflowed, sending water down a hill and into a condo complex. That's when an overflow valve kicked in. Some condos just had water on their patios. But others had a flood requiring new paint and furniture. The battalion chief says they estimate this tank and hold up to a million gallons of water. Luckily, the overflow was a quick fix. But had it been worse, this entire complex.
Mysterious Seattle Light Show Likely Debris From SpaceX Rocket
"24 7 News Center. Those guys were Clear last night, and that's why people could see that light show in the sky about nine p.m.. I saw something I I thought it was a coordinated But it was a trail behind it, so we kept looking at it. And it got farther, and it looked like it almost like exploded in the air. That teen and several others actually may have witnessed what was left of a space X Falcon nine rocket, according to Jim Todd, with the organ Museum of Science and Industry long it took to burn out. Because that classic or man made so far no
Russia, Iran Aimed to Sway 2020 Election Through Covert Campaigns
"Report on Russia, Iran and the presidential election in Maryland. Haider in the Cocoa News Center, a U. S intelligence report says Russia and Iran spread false or inflated claims about the 2020 presidential election to sway the results but didn't try to alter the voting process. The office of the director of national intelligence is foreign actors did not Change votes or disrupt the voting process in last year's presidential election, But a broad array of foreign governments did take steps to try and influence the election. That list includes Russian President Vladimir Putin, who intelligence officials say authorized operations designed to harm President Biden's candidacy in operation by Iran was aimed at undermining former President Trump's reelection. As Cheryl Halpern on
Biden marks lives lost as U.S. nears grim COVID-19 milestone
"News Center. President Biden is planning to honor the American lives lost to the Corona virus with a candlelight ceremony at sundown tonight. He'll also deliver remarks about the death toll, which is approaching or eclipsing half a million. Depending on how you calculated Biden ordering US flags lowered to half staff to mark the latest
Donald Trump in blistering attack on Republican Mitch McConnell
"President Donald Trump fired back at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell today, a Maryland Haider in the Cocoa news Center. Trump released a scathing statement in response to McConnell's off Ed in the Wall Street Journal. Blaming Trump for the January 6th riot at the Capitol, Trump wrote quote the Republican Party can never again be respected or strong, with political leaders like Senator Mitch McConnell at its helm. He says McConnell's dedication to businesses usual status quo policies, together with his lack of political inside wisdom, skill and personality has rapidly driven him from majority leader to minority leader That will only get worse after the Senate voted to acquit the former president of incitement of insurrection. McConnell, who voted to acquit And spoke about Trump's behavior, saying there's no question the former president bears moral responsibility and said Trump could still be tried in the courts. Newly elected congressional representative Sarah Jacobs says the acquittal of Donald Trump shows there is something fundamentally wrong with our democracy.
Athletes write 10,000 letters to California Gov. Gavin Newsom urging him to help them play
"Koga News center, high school athletes and California delivering 10,000 letters to Governor Newsome tomorrow, asking him to lift the ban on youth sports. Let them play Coalition says three million athletes in California are ready to go and run. Glad Nick the football coach, Torrey Pines in San Diego. So they have the backing of the National Federation of State High School Associations. The NFC chest has dropped the tier system. So our California tier system for sports was based on the N F HS system, and they came out last week and said the peer system doesn't work. So the governor now has a lot of latitude to do what he needs to do to make this happen. And I believe that What they're working towards God and seeing the state recently dropped a ban on athletes and coaches practicing for multiple sports or teams. At the same time, a possible sign that returned to play is near. Jack Quinn
Georgia's Secretary Of State Office Launches Probe Into Trump Phone Call
"Hour News Center here in Atlanta. The Senate gavels in this afternoon for the start of the former president. Trump impeachment trial. Georgia will come up more than a few times, says WSB political analyst Bill Crane. We will be obviously more than mentioned. But I don't know that Georgia plays a prominent role in the actual assault. Know if witnesses are allowed at the trial. Georgia secretary State may testify about his January 2nd phone call with the former president. WSB is Edgar Trey gets reporting this morning that that call is now under investigation. In a statement, the Georgia's secretary of state's office tells us this investigation is a fact finding an administrative in nature. It was the phone call where Mr Trump asked Brad reference Burger to find votes pushing a bevy of unproven fraud claims. Now you can listen to coverage of the impeachment trial this afternoon at one o'clock on a m 7 50 wsb radio dot com and the
Evers rejects Republican-backed COVID-19 bill
"Breaking news center Eric Governor Evers has vetoed a Republican backed bill that passed the Senate a few hours earlier in the day, Senate Minority Leader Democrat Janet Puli, arguing the bill is mostly rhetoric rather than helping Wisconsinites at a time when we need executive action. To be able to get control of this epidemic and to help people majority leader Republican Devin Lemon, who argues the bill needed to be signed so that the state can continue to receive extended unemployment
"news center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Albert of the Koga News Center. The governor, saying today he agrees with the new director of the CDC, who says the safe re opening of schools does not require that all teachers be vaccinated before in person. Classes could resume, but the governor says schools should only reopen if they follow the framework proposed to state lawmakers. The plan that includes $6.6 billion of early action to help not only with PPE, but to help with testing to help with other protocols and supports in terms of ventilation in terms of social distancing and physical distancing. Teachers in California are in the one B category of essential workers. The county says it after the first phase of vaccinations of health care workers and people 65 over are completed. Teachers, along with law enforcement officers and agricultural workers will be the next to be vaccinated. The number of new coronavirus cases in Santiago continues his decline, but the second day in a row, The daily number of new cases was under 1000, with a total of 968 reported today. Last time, the county's daily total of new cases was below 1000 was late November, The county did report 54 more deaths and covert 19, bringing the total of 2683 since the start of the pandemic. Meantime, Johnson and Johnson is starting the emergency use process this week. We'll be all submitting the results of a clinical trial in the course of this week, and then the FDA will take a few weeks in the course of February to review and hopefully we'll get to the emergency use authorization early March in that time frame. That's Dr Paul Stuff falls, with Johnson and Johnson, saying their vaccine only requires one dose instead of the two that the previous two vaccines require, And they say they've signed the deal with U. S government to produce 100 million doses this summer. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, not recommending any disciplinary action be taken against controversial Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican congresswoman, has made controversial comments about school shootings, 9 11 and anti Semitic conspiracy theories. As well as Q and on in the statement. Kevin McCarthy, of course from California, says her views do not represent the values of the House Republican Conference. But no word that any disciplinary action the House will vote tomorrow on a measure to remove her from her committee assignments. And two Republican congressman said they want to make former President Donald Trump's birthday. A state holiday. State representative John Cross that Reggie Stolz fools. ER sent a letter to the Ohio State House hoping to make June 14th President Donald J. Trump Day, Both lawmakers wrote that the accomplishments of the 45th president had given us a great deal of success. Out Wall Street. The Dow closed up today. 36 points. It's 4 33. Let's check out the freeways. Coco's real time traffic and here's my can talk. Thanks, Cliff. The East eight is busy through alcohol in from Hell for San Diego 100 dealers Traffic center. I just slip this off and on from the 67 out to Greenfield, but it's on Lee 29 minutes from the five The South 1 25 is crawling there down to spring from Interstate.
City of Milwaukee begins COVID-19 vaccinations for frontline workers
"Health Department has begun administering covert 19 vaccines to frontline workers. Rusty Mellberg has more and the WTMJ breaking news Center John near Tom Barrett says, thanks to a request made to state health officials, the city got 120 doses of the visor vaccine Thursday, and all were administered over the past two days. That means individuals who work for our health department Means individuals who are at the testing sites. It means firefighters here in the city Maki, who work in emergency response, Barrett adds. The city should get 800 doses by the end of next week, more to come later on, and the Wisconsin center will be used to administer the vaccine starting Tuesday.
"news center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Albert of the Koga News Center. In a video posted a short time ago on Twitter, President Trump says it's time for tempers to be cooled and calm restored. And for the first time, the president acknowledges that the fight is over. We must get on with the business of America. My campaign vigorously pursued every legal avenue to contest the election results. My only goal was to ensure the integrity of the vote. And so doing, I was fighting to defend American democracy. President Trump also saying in that video that this moment calls for what he called healing and reconciliation. President elect Joe Biden, whose victory The November election was officially confirmed with Congress early this morning, says the violence of the U. S Capitol yesterday in which a San Diego woman was killed and another police officer who was injured yesterday died was one of the darkest days America has ever seen. Don't dare call them protesters. They were a riotous mob. Insurrectionist domestic terrorists. That basic is that simple. Biden called it in assaulted American democracy. He also described it is chaos. He is said to be inaugurated as the next president on January, 20th. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying today the House is ready to impeach President Trump. If the vice president a camera do not add the Congress may be prepared to move forward with impeachment. That is the overwhelming sentiment of my caucus. There are calls among Democrats who believe that the White House, the vice president and Trump's Cabinet should put into effect the 25th amendment. Which allows the president to be removed from office if he is deemed unfit to do his job. Ah U S Capitol police officer dead after the violence of the building yesterday, Members of Congress confirmed the death of the officer who was reportedly injured when the protesters stormed the capital. One person that was shot and killed a set of Diego woman, family and friends are mourning her loss Today. Ashleigh Babbitt was 35 years old, a 14 year Air Force veteran who lived in Ocean Beach with her husband, her family says Babba traveled to D. C on Tuesday to take part and they save America rally. She was a vocal supporter of the president's on social media and took part of the Trump Boat Parade on setting the Bay Last September. Graphic video captured the moment that she was shocked as a shot rings out. She tries to climb through a window into the speaker's lobby that happens, people who had already breached the U. S Capitol clustered in the hallway, D c. Police said today. The officer who shot her was a plainclothes police officer on Wall Street. The Dow today closed.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey condemns Washington, D.C. riot over counting of electoral votes
"Of course at the state at the Capitol in the lockdown began and the protest turned violent. Katie Briers, Deborah Jael continues our live team coverage from the news center. With a look at what it was like from the inside well, Vicky Lynn, All of Arizona's congressional delegation, was able to get to safety when rioters stormed the capital. But Democratic Congressman Ruben Diego tells MSNBC There were some scary moments. Unfortunately kept coming, and then they started pounding on the doors. At some point. We heard shots were fired and then captain Police deployed tear gas outside the chambers. Governor Doug Ducey denounce the crowds that turned violent to the U. S. Capitol tweeting. It's wrong and has no place in our form of government live in the news center Deborah
Health officials track safety as COVID-19 vaccines roll out
"California Public health officials say we are in the middle of the biggest surge since the pandemic began. Joshua Lipton has details live in the Cocoa News Center, state Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley. So staffing is the main concern for hospitals. If you look at where we were Two weeks ago with cases more in the range of 15,000 per day on average, and you look at where we are now creeping towards and even above 30,000 cases per day. That should tell you that in the next couple of weeks what are hospitals will be facing Governor Newsome says. Visor is sending more vaccines to California, he says. We're on track to vaccinate nearly two million Californians by the end of the year. Meanwhile, the remaining ICU bed capacity in the Southern California region, which includes San Diego, is down to 1.7% live in the new center Joshua Lipton, Coco News.
Trump pardons Michael Flynn, former national security advisor who admitted lying to FBI
"Breaking news center. President Trump has pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, A B C's Andy Field. The president tweeting. It's his honor to grant General Michael Flynn of full Pardon. Flynn is the national security advisor who pled guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with Russia and discussing sanctions before President Trump took office. General. Flynn also admitted to violating foreign lobbying laws on behalf of Turkey. President Trump Tweeting Congratulations to General Flynn and his wonderful family and that he will now have a truly
New restrictions announced in Washington state amid 'third wave' of COVID-19
"News Center Governor Jay Inslee is instituting another shutdown in an attempt to curb the dangerous spread of covert in the state comas Charlie Harker reports on the new restrictions. Governor Jay Inslee says the new orders are not as severe as in March. But the spread of coded must be slowed. Now we're facing a third wave. It is training to be more dangerous than any we have seen before. In action here is not an option. We have to take bold, decisive action and we're doing that today. Among the restrictions retail, including grocery stores will be limited to 25% capacity, most indoor gatherings air band unless you and your gas of quarantine and tested negative. Restaurants and bars will be closed on Lee take out aloud, the Washington Hospitality Association tells comma. They expect 100,000 restaurant workers to lose their jobs in the next month in Washington alone. Without the extended federal benefits they
"news center" Discussed on KTOK
"News center. Both Oklahoma. US Senator Jim Inhofe and James Langford met today was Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Imhoff called her inspiring and said he was incredibly impressed. He said she is the right choice for the Supreme Court. Langford said he is confident that Judge Barrett as extremely well qualified and will be a fair justice on the Supreme Court. He said she has shown poise, levelheaded honesty and decorum throughout the confirmation process. 10 digit dialing is coming to the fore 05 area code. Here's Margot Maranto with more dialing your 405 area code. Plus the seven digit number will be required starting in April with the addition of the new +572 area code. So the Oklahoma Corporation Commission is urging people in the +405 area code to begin using 10 digit dialing starting this Sunday and continuing for six months. Officials say the new area code is needed to ensure there will be enough telephone numbers available for the area. Just like there are compacts with Indian tribes for water rights and gaming. State Attorney General Mike Hunter is asking Congress to pass a bill. That would allow Native American tribes in Oklahoma to compact with the state on criminal matters this after the U. S Supreme Court ruling that said much of the eastern part of Oklahoma is still Native land will cases on Indian land have been handed over to federal prosecutors. But Hunter says they're resource is air stretched, He says state courts are ready and willing to help. Congress must act to give the state and the tribes authority to enter into agreements. A number of coded 19 cases, Hospitalizations and deaths in Oklahoma continues to climb. The state Health Department today reported another 1300 positive cases and 19 more deaths. A number of people in the hospital has soared to 870, a new record high. The still water City Council has approved using $500,000 and cares at funding to help small business owners hurt by the Koven 19 pandemic. Small business owners can apply for grants up to $5000. Applications will be taken and screened by the still water Chamber of Commerce Kingfisher police have arrested a 25 year old man who they say, befriended the family of a 14 year old girl and then convinced the girl to run away with him. 25 year old Dakota. Welch is a convicted rapist and registered sex offender. The girl's cousin told police where they could be found. Welch was arrested on charges of rape and lewd acts to a child. Virginia man has pleaded guilty to cyber stalking Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum, sending the mayor and his family threatening emails and leaving harassing phone messages. Prosecutors say 41 year old Adam Dawn, one of the mayor to cancel President Trump's campaign rally in June, Don will be sentenced in January. Former state representative and State Corporation Commissioner Ed Apple of Duncan has died. Is obituary says he died last Friday at his home after a long illness. He was 87 a memorial service will be.
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"M. J breaking News Center with Alex Cross. Thank you very much. Danny. President Trump is waking up at Walter Reed Medical Hospital this morning after being flown there yesterday to receive treatment for covert. Team. Several others close to the president have now tested positive as well. They include first Lady Melania Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, U. S. Senators Mike Leigh and Thom Tillis and campaign manager Bill Stephen Trump, receiving an experimental drug cocktail that is supposed to boost the immune system. He is experiencing several mild symptoms of the virus, including fever and cough. Democratic Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. He has tested negative, according to ABC News will keep you updated on this story throughout the day as more details become available. In Milwaukee. A woman and a 14 year old Gore girl were both killed in separate shootings early this morning. Police said. That first incident happened around 1 58 this morning when a 14 year old girl was shot while riding in a car with friends near Berlin and 11. The friend said they heard gunfire realized the girl had been shot and rushed her to the hospital, where she later died. So far, nobody has been arrested in that incident. About 20. Minutes later, police were called to Locust and 76 where they say a 25 year old man shot his 24 year old girlfriend to death. That man is now in custody. And finally, more than 111,000. People in Wisconsin are still eligible to receive an economic impact payment from the I. R. S for Kobe 19 relief people who received this letter who don't normally filed a federal income tax returns. We'll need two registered by October, 15th in order to receive their checks. Double the E m j w dot com Time saver traffic Not seeing any major accidents or incidents out there right now, Your travel times are all looking nice and clear right now. 94 inbound from how he's 16..
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"E. M. J breaking News Center. I'm Kevin Wells. Milwaukee Police are investigating a homicide that occurred on the 2700 block of North 11th Lane authorities saying 36 year old male suspect walked into a district to police station to report the death of a 35 year old woman. The woman was found in a dumpster with signs of trauma The suspect was arrested on charges are now pending. There will be no baseball played at Miller Park this weekend. Tomorrow's doubleheader between the Cardinals and Brewers has been postponed. The Cardinals arrive to Milwaukee on Thursday before knowing of the positive test on the team to staffers from the Cardinals did Inger Miller Park Thursday, but according to GM, David Stern's, they had absolutely no contact with any brewer's employees. We also Did a very robust and deep cleaning of visiting clubhouse as we would, in really any circumstance after a team leaves were before subsequent team enter, So we were frankly fortunate that Mohr Cardinals did not come over to the clubhouse and come over to the stadium on their off the entire Cardinals Traveling party isn't quarantined in their Milwaukee hotel on Lee leaving rooms to take Corona virus test map. Ali W. T. M J Sports Servers are scheduled to host the White Sox beginning on Monday that Siri's will go forward. As planned. A lot of questions still linger when it comes to the scale back Democratic National Convention here in Milwaukee that will take place in just a couple of weeks. Walkie business journals, Marc CASS says It will be interesting to see how many people will be in the room when Joe Biden accepts his presidential nomination is going to be some media some staff and that's it. I mean, you may have less than 300 people on there and think about that all the years of watching these conventions of the hundreds of people who were there and we're on the floor and cheering and all that the current is not gonna happen here. The DNC will take Iced August 17 through the 20th at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee, Sports traffic and whether our next W T M J News time NATO to well the opener furniture store. We need money. We need an inventory and just operating money for awhile until we could get to the point of breaking even Bannon Arvid who's the brothers behind Penny mustard, furnishing, we had to raise as much money as we possibly could to do.
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"News center Snohomish county's public health officer says it is unlikely the two county residents contracted covered nineteen all the way back in last December nearly a month earlier than the county's first confirmed case the symptoms that those individuals reported you know overlap greatly with other respiratory tract infections Dr Chris bitters says the two patients probably had a symptomatic cases of covert nineteen sometime this year the question came up after the patients recently tested positive for covert nineteen antibodies but report that they hadn't been sick since December the university of Washington is looking for those recently testing positive for covert nineteen almost Carlene Johnson reports they need thousands of people for another clinical drug trial it's a combination of hydroxy chloroquine and as it through my send drugs already commonly prescribed for medical conditions like lupus or with us just for my center Z. pack it's an antibiotic for treatment of ear and throat infections there's early evidence the two drugs together may benefit people with covert nineteen but they need a large randomized study for solid evidence and any participants who just got that positive test result and call your professor at the U. jobs school of medicine so people who have just gotten told that they have found that infection who've been tested within the previous ninety six hours of the trials open to out patients age eighteen or older who tested positive and have symptoms but not so serious they need to be hospitalized if interested you can email AC team you at you dub dot EDU Carly Johnson komo news the state public lands commissioner Hilary friends says the upcoming wildfire season is shaping up to be a bad one and they've already dealt with more than two hundred and sixty fires we are well over our ten year average for this period of time which is around a hundred and three five hires friend says this year's response could be slowed because of extra safety precautions being taken because of the cold nineteen outbreak and the shortage of personnel safety measures at Amazon warehouses face increased scrutiny as the company confirms a six warehouse worker died from over nineteen he was fifty nine years old and worked at the Long Island New York warehouse C. N. B. C. reports he died more than a month ago fifteen states attorneys state attorneys general including Washington's Bob Ferguson are demanding Amazon be more transparent about the pandemic's impact on its work force coming up on come on it appears west coast states are not United I'm Brian Calvert with the covert re openings very different from ours the first at twelve thirty traffic.
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"The WTMJ breaking news center to mark corona virus related deaths are being reported in Wisconsin today including the first in Dane county or someone in their seventies has died the Milwaukee county medical examiner says it's also investigating the death of a sixty year old man both deaths bring the statewide total to seven the state is reporting five hundred eighty five positive cases of corona virus despite a federal lawsuit Wisconsin is moving forward with its April seventh election WTMJ stony bedrock is live in the breaking news center Miller said the governor and legislative leaders are in agreement in keeping the day though the city of Green Bay is filing a federal lawsuit asking to cancel in person voting governors has said he'll evaluate whether to allow people to vote exclusively by mail but that idea is a no go for assembly speaker robin boss I think there's a lot of things that are already being done that don't require us to do anything like an all mail ballot first of all wouldn't be allowed to be ordered by the governor has to be done through an action the legislature law says canceling the election would undermine democracy news about your money stocks closing up nearly five hundred points today as Congress appears a bit closer to approving a two trillion dollar rescue plan for the economy the Senate is hoping to vote on a deal today but representatives in the house or not even in Washington at the moment Wisconsin congressman Mike Gallagher how we balance the needs of moving quickly to help keep those didn't come alive with insuring that somebody actually reading the bills so we don't screw the whole thing up and cause more damage and are trying to fix congressman Gallagher tells WTMJ sees good feet he's yet to even see the entire bill Milwaukee at fire department and public health department are forging a partnership in an effort to combat the corona virus does not take much to push any of the systems over there at the fire department assistant chief Aaron Lipski says the partnerships help lighten the load on what's been an explosion of nine one one calls when we do get a call that is not a medical emergency but is rather an inquiry that is better suited for a nurse will be able to transfer those calls back and forth just concerns over the virus have also affected firefighters on the front lines has sort of become a leadership role as we're sharing our experiences with hollow truly managing emergencies like Spalding WTMJ news coming out making masks for those on the frontline WTMJ news time for three news sponsored by citing unlimited it citing a whole lot more online and siding unlimited dot.
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"In our satellite news center he just got new information Justin Juliet information really is coming in behind the minute this all unfolded in coral gables and Miramar Florida we have the UPS drivers is around that fire we could hear the shots being fired these are the yes yeah done gunfire they're coming no or to go around to the other side this is this is an exchange of gunfire that's taking place we've got an innocent UPS driver inside that truck and innocent people in their vehicles on the road this situation if you're just tuning in life bear with us were all watching it unfold Harry out there cops around like a hundred cops surrounded that place it was a crazy vision visual care let that guy up our ABC affiliate in Miami is reporting that two robbers took the UPS driver hostage after shooting someone else the truck led police on a chase weaving in and out of traffic but in the last thirty minutes the traffic was too heavy and police have them corner now we watched a man try to get out of that truck as the bullets flew it was not clear if he was the U. P. S. worker or a suspect it appeared he was hit by bullets and we could see officers tending to at least one person our ABC station in Miami also reports three people in the truck were shot two suspects and the UPS driver a horrible day for the U. P. S. and you guys just drive in Christmas packages around is making everybody's day really cool and then these two a holes turn his life upside down and that driver is now on the way to the hospital police are set peaking right now in a news conference officers responded within a minute and a half within a minute I have subjects restrains gunfire with the proprietor who also fired back as we do this cop.
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"Breaking news center America will stand another shooting at a school in Wisconsin this time in Oscar walked out of the class because we heard some screaming and then after like two minutes she ran back into the classroom and she's like everybody needs of it exactly right now for the second time in twenty four hours a school district dealing with an officer involved shooting this time at Oshkosh west high school W. T. it is Mike Spaulding live in the breaking news center with the latest air police said the shooting took place about nine o'clock this morning after a student approach to school resource officer with an unidentified weapons the student officer bowl for heard we were the only two injured in the incident both have since been taken to a hospital for evaluation there's Oshkosh police officer Kate made a big deal we're not that big of a city we know pretty much everyone in the city and that we know this affects a lot of people in our community the school is still on lockdown if you've actuation procedures continues students and parents are being reunited at a nearby middle school a long line of parents now snaking outside of Tipler middle school into the parking lot there right now in Oshkosh with their reuniting with their children who attend Oshkosh west we do expect to hear from police again at some point today we will let you know when we get more details on that meanwhile the shooting in Oshkosh comes a day after an officer involved shooting at Waukesha south high school a seventeen year old shot after pointing a handgun at police that teenager now recovering in the hospital we do expect an update from Waukesha police on this matter this afternoon coming up at one thirty and if we can do so we intend to bring that to you live right here on WTMJ another medical profession are involved a medical professional involved in the nation's opioid crisis is now headed to preserve the four year old Dr Daryl right heart faces up to twenty years in prison and a one million dollar fine after pleading guilty to over prescribing opioids the Columbia Tennessee doctor lost five patients the fatal overdoses in ten months Brian bends Kaski is an assistant US attorney we're stopping corrupt medical professionals in their tracks right heart was one of thirty two Tennessee medical professionals charged with crimes related to over prescribing opioids Jim chrysalis CBS news news about your money U. S. stocks have plunged today on Wall Street on president trump's comment that he has no deadline to reach a trade deal with China the president in London he says he might wait until after the twenty twenty election after W. E. L. I'm not signing a deal the president attended the NATO summit in London New terrace on one hundred and fifty six billion dollars worth of Chinese goods including smart phones and laptops are scheduled to take effect later this month CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says who's more uncertainty one of the problems that we have seen with the economy this year is that businesses have been reluctant to make big spending decisions and that can be directly attributed to the fact that they have no understanding of whether or not trade wars will continue or even escalate they down one point was down more than four hundred right now down three seventy one the nasdaq down eighty one in the S. and P. down twenty nine in mid day trading the brewers will look quite different next season and we're not just talking about the logo is on the hands to starters from last year's playoff roster are gonna Mike Moustakas in yes money ground bell brewers actuating toes met poly says the team decided to shake things up isn't a major surprise what they had wasn't good enough this past season so they want to retool the roster now they have the payroll flexibility to be able to do that but it's also kind of a gamble because there's no guarantee that they're going to be able to sign these players maybe they want to sign in free agency or make the deal that they want to make with other teams the team was able to reach a one year deal to keep Orlando RC on the roster Travis although gone brewers.
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"News center volunteers with the American red cross in Wisconsin are gathering their gear and heading south to help with Dorian clean up red cross communications manager Justin Kirk volunteers are really trained in disaster area and they'll do kind of things like respond the home fires but some of them really train up and prepared and they look forward to the opportunity to respond to these disasters in awhile lot of people are fleeing there's people that really look forward to being able to help people in this time of crisis. there are seven volunteers heading from Wisconsin they'll be stationed in Florida Georgia and the Carolinas Pete comes joins us live from the east coast with the latest in two minutes a new poll is taking the pulse of Wisconsin voters ahead of the twenty twenty presidential election WTMJ Sony bedrock live in the breaking news center Melissa the latest market law poll shows president trump's approval rating in the state is that forty five percent twelve fifty three percent disapprove as for democratic candidates it's still bite and ahead of the pack with twenty eight percent listing the former vice president as their first choice poll director Charles Franklin says the remains a lot of uncertainty among registered democratic voters with many who have yet to make up their minds. the recovery mission almost done after the tragic southern California boat fire ABC's chase and Nathan said of the thirty four people who died in the early morning Labor Day fire the Coast Guard says thirty three bodies have been recovered and divers are working on finding the last one all thirty three passengers on a holiday weekend scuba diving trip were killed along with one crew member among the passengers to employees at apple the company says an engineer who worked there for thirty years was on the trip with his wife and seventeen year old daughter meanwhile a woman from Wisconsin he is among those feared dead among our following a boat fire in southern California Christy Finstad was the one who chartered the boat for scuba diving excursion her brother Brett Harling spoke to ABC news there was one of the most skilled and intuitive vibrant loving compassionate woman that I've ever met in my life instead was a graduate of loose Berg high school and later studied marine biology at the university of southern California Santa Barbara she was forty one years old WTMJ news time three thirty four Johnson's afternoon news on.
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"News center a ten year old missing persons case out of Thurston county has a big break Nancy Moyer disappeared from her tonight no home in two thousand nine never found presumed dead this week a former neighbor and co worker was arrested in the ten years since that cases garnered national media attention including being the focus of James bass singer's hide and seek broadcast what I wanted to do is apply the pressure and if that's what caused him to come forward and goodness we what we needed court papers revealed today indicate the suspect identified as Eric Roberts confessed to strangling her but says it was an accident in the midst of rough sex he later recanted that confession Boeing seven three seven Max program sees a change at the top como's bill o'neil explains the Seattle times and others report mark Lyn bland is not been forced to announce his retirement despite the continuing problems with the Max a company vice president Lindblad oversaw the manufacturing of the trouble gent you'll be replaced by mark Jenks who had been leading bones development of a new mid market plane the company insists that program will continue hello Neil come on in the state Supreme Court Olympia giving its blessing to Seattle so called democracy vouchers come was Charlie harder as the a story voters first approved the measure for years ago people in Seattle are given for a twenty five dollar vouchers which they can sign over to candidates who follow certain procedures the suit claimed that the voucher system violated the first amendment rights of voters but the state Supreme Court has now disagreed with that thought unanimously ruling the democracy voucher system is legal and can continue Charlie harder come on in the year twenty ten former Washington governor Gary Locke was the US secretary of commerce which meant he oversaw the census bureau and says the constitution requires account of people and not citizens in an accurate count to know how many people we will have from the state of Washington representing us in the United States Congress thanks to the twenty ten census we gained an ex proceed in the landscape Congress so if there's an undercount we may actually lose the three his reaction today as the president orders federal agencies to turn over their records about citizenship so the department of commerce can get a better idea of immigration numbers Hanford waste should not be re classified as low activity according to congressman Adam Smith today we have the story from Cuomo's Jeff Pohjola the trump administration has floated a plan to re classify high level nuclear waste at sites like Hanford to less dangerous low activity waste in arbitrary decision according to many and now congressman Adam Smith has introduced legislation to stop it is attached a rider to the national defense authorization act that would block the administration from carrying out such a move the legislation has the support of many Washington Democrats according to cross got the department of energy meanwhile which oversees hand for clean up has not responded to our request for comment Jeff poacher look come on who's coming up on call mon the work with the people who need the most help in Seattle and they could get paid more times zero Meryl with what the city is considering update on what's happening on the traffic.
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"News center. I'm Eric Bill status. Sheriff's deputy is recovering today shot in the arm after an incident in the town of Arben. This is in wood county in central Wisconsin. He was responding to a call about a suicidal person hit in the arm had to be choppered to a hospital in that area. Investigators say the public is not in any danger, but they are not providing many more details at this time though, it sounds like the sheriff's deputy will be all right. Closer to home, and how many falls firefighters are expressing their concern over equipment operation or two days last week that apartment was nearly without any working -ment as many of their vehicles were undergoing routine, maintenance assistant fire chief James Malek, speak in terms of whether or not there's a crisis right now. I would argue to say. I believe there is during an open meeting Tuesday night village. Trustees said they were unaware of the departments aging quit -ment, but firefighter union, president Kevin Meyer says that hasn't been a secret or of those vehicles are over ten years old. And some of them are coaching fifteen years more, Mike Spaulding, WTMJ news. The Wisconsin supreme court is reinstating nearly all of the lame duck laws that were passed by GOP lawmakers Madison limiting governor and attorney general Josh calls powers legal fight isn't over quite yet. However, the ruling comes in a lawsuit that several unions, had filed arguing the lame duck laws violated the separation of powers between the legislative and executive branches. The decision does not mean the laws of permanently reinstated. However, the justices still have to rule on merits in Iowa. Former vice president, Joe Biden keeps making his way across the state of the democratic presidential candidate Wednesday a diner in elder, Jiwa.
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"Hour news center with WSB's top stories this half hour is the government checks. Stop coming. Some of the nation's largest Bank say they're ready to work with those affected Wells Fargo chase Capital One among banks that have said they're willing to help out government employees affected by the partial government shutdown WSB's, Pete combs Emory University. Economist Tom Smith tells me it's unnerving to think about what happens when hundreds of thousands of federal workers missed that January eleventh paycheck. That's when things start getting crazy. Smith says most of these government workers won't have the resources to whether the shutdown most he says have less than five hundred dollars in savings those whose cars breakdown or roofs. Spring leaks would be very very hard pressed to make those repairs. Smith says that the shutdown continues long. Term the economy could slow dramatically. Pete combs WSB after Georgia's two thousand eighteen election's focused sting, four focused on stinging criticism on the state's outdated election system. A study commission has voted to recommend the use machines that record votes and print a record. Members of the panel tasked with considering potential replacement equipment chose that option today. Overhand marked paper ballots favored by cybersecurity experts Gwinnett county woman accused of starving. Her stepdaughter to death and burning the ten year old's body in two thousand thirteen learns the date of her death penalty trial, and we aren't making enough babies to replace ourselves. According to a new government report Americans are having fewer and fewer babies, the National Center for health statistics says the total fertility rate has been declining steadily for seven years, but the numbers for twenty seventeen represent the biggest drop in recent history. WSB news time is seven thirty two. Eric von Hessler on WSB Hessler doctrines every day it touches on current events and.