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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
Fresh update on "news center" discussed on Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure
"Breaking news center. Yes, Jurors have reached the decision and the Derrick Sheldon murder trial that we expect a decision on that verdict. To be read between 3 34 o'clock And of course you can hear it live right here on WTMJ. Now. Governor. Evers says his office has been meeting with state and local law enforcement as well as the Wisconsin National Guard in anticipation of possible protests following the verdict today, planning and making sure that people if they decide to Peacefully protest that we can protect them and allow peaceful protest Ng to occur, But, yes, we've been meeting for weeks. Evers do not say if he authorized the National Guard to gather in cities prior to the verdict. Being read. Now shoving is charged with second degree unintentional murder, third degree murder and second degree manslaughter in George Floyd's death. He's pleading not guilty or did plead not guilty. The case. Comes down to two key questions whether showman caused Floyd's death and whether his actions were reasonable and each charge requires a different element of proof. As the Chauvet State of mind again. We expect the verdict to be read sometime between 3 34. You can hear it live right here. On WTMJ will have complete details throughout the afternoon. Meanwhile, in other news one person is dead. Two people are injured after a gunman opened fire at a grocery store in West Hempstead on Long Island in New York. Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder says he's suspected gunman is Gabriel DeWitt Wilson. WCBS radio reporter. Sophia Hall spoke with a customer who was in the store at that time, actually walked out of the store with her hands in the air, because you know that's what everybody was told to do. She was simply shopping over here terrorizing. She called it obviously very upsetting something she didn't expect, she said here. And what she called a normal, You know, a calm normal area that you've lived all her life. Wilson is believed to be a current or former employee of the storm. Coming.
"news center" Discussed on KOMO
"News center rallies against hate and to show support for Asian Americans are being held around the country Co Moh Suzanne Fong was at Seattle's him. Hey Park for today's gathering. Dozens of young faces turned out to him. Hey Park Saturday in Seattle to rally in support of Asian American Pacific Islanders. We are Multiracial family, and so we thought it was really important. Tonto come and support the rally organized by fifth grader Senate Goodwin. I feel like a lot of pride. It's a clear example of how the community can do its part to be a good ally and to stop anti Asian hate. A lot of people showing up today shows that the Asian community does have a lot of allies. There are many ways you could be a good ally. Check in with your friends and family who are a P I educate yourself. Being a good ally is super simple. Whether it's like checking in with your friend spreading educational votes on Instagram, educating yourself educating your peers. Let's go, Mo Suzanne Fawn. A rally will be held in Bellevue tonight involving people outraged by the ruthless and senseless killings of eight people in Atlanta. Most of Asian descent, the United Chinese Americans of Washington, together with other Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations, will hold the rally and candlelight vigil in downtown Bellevue Park starting at 5 30. The goal is to raise the community's awareness of racism and hate violence. Seattle Superintendent of schools will be leaving her job earlier than expected, Denise Juno will depart her post on May 1st. Two months before her contract ends last December, Juno and now she would not seek to renew her contract, given her troubled relationship with the school board regarding her handling of the pandemic. District will buy out the rest of her contract, which has a base salary of $300,000, the head of the Bellevue Arts Museum, has resigned following concerns by artists and other community members over his treatment of artists of color. Benedict Haywood is stepping down immediately. The museum's board of trustees accepted his resignation following an open letter released earlier this month, complaining about his management. On Monday, All of Washington state will officially be in phase three of the state's reopening plan, and that means retail stores will be able to operate it. 50% occupancy, real estate agents will be allowed to show houses up to 10 people. In a time, zoos and aquariums will be able to drop outdoor limits and indoor exhibits are captive 50% Is also reduced restriction for golf. Things like movie theaters in card rooms can have 50% occupancy up to 400 people. Bowling alleys are now allowed up to four bowlers per lane. All the experts are getting a more realistic picture of covert 19 variants in our state, thanks to an increase in something called genome Sequencing comas, Nick Poplin reports. The process itself to doctors like Jeff Duchin is a great thing. We're now sequencing approximately 6% of our stars Cov two viruses, which may not seem like a.
"news center" Discussed on KOMO
"News Center. President Biden says he hopes this is the beginning of the end of not paying attention. He called the Corona virus crisis of war, telling CDC workers today during a visit in Atlanta that they are the front line troops. He praised the agency during that visit. Today is the nation Tops 100 Million covert vaccine vaccine doses distributed A debate over wearing masks trickling into its second day. Dr Anthony Fauci says that Senator Rand Paul is dead wrong about nodding not needing to wear a mask after getting a covert vaccination, the to repeated their stance during TV interviews this morning. After a bit of a sparring match yesterday afternoon. Si Tak International Airport, gearing up for a rush of travelers heading to their spring break destinations nationwide. The T S a has screen more than a million passengers a day for eight days in a row. Local doctors like Angie Sparks that Kaiser permanent and Mente Washington say that now is not the time to let our guard down. We did see this in the pandemic so far that when we have groups Begin mixing together again. We do see spikes in Corona virus activity, and we still do have patients every day here in Washington being admitted to hospital and even regrettably dying of the Corona virus, Doctor Sparks says Before you travel, you should get vaccinated if you're eligible, and if you're sick. Get a test and stay home. Over 19 fatigue a very real thing. It's been a year after all, health experts are calling on everyone to remain vigilant, though, is the virus cases have increased in more than a dozen states. Almost Cara costume. It's talked with Dr Ali Meqdad of you. Tubbs Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation cases air increasing across Europe with Italy. On another lockdown. New hot spots of infection are also emerging across the U. S. In 14 States cases arising this week by more than 10%. Compared to last week. We're asking Could Washington be next? What's happening of sweat can happen here We seem to be a pandemic fatigue nation, but being aware of the dangerous and more contagious, Vic Areas wearing a mask and social distancing, doctors say has never been more critical. Americans are getting tired and they want to go back to normal lives, and they have the wind at a faster pace than the face off the vaccine based on the vaccination. Cara Constant Edge Cos. After a review the AstraZeneca vaccine has again been given the green light in Europe. These are your world Headlines from ABC News, the head of the European regulator Chemical, This is a safe and effective vaccine its benefits in protecting people from covert 19 with the associated risks of death and hospitalization outweigh the possible risks. Experts conclude the vaccine is not linked to an overall increase in the risk of blood clots. In Sarajevo authorities are implementing lockdown measures counter soaring cove it infections their nighttime curfews are coming and all bars and restaurants will shut down starting Saturday, and North Korea's announced determination of diplomatic ties with Malaysia over its decision to allow the extradition of a North Korean criminal suspect to the U. S. It's the latest development in the growing animosity between Washington and Pyongyang. I'm time Rivers that the ABC News Foreign desk in London, it was meant to be a photo op between American and Chinese officials, but it gave way to a back and forth of verbal attacks and accusations. ABC is Connor Finnigan explains from the State Department. The scenes in Anchorage, Alaska, were tense, even hostile. U. S and Chinese officials sparring at the start of two days of talks. National Security Advisor Drink. Sullivan and Secretary of State Tony Blinken blamed China for threatening the rules based order. China's top diplomat gang jae chair rejected that speaking through a translator. The Western world does not represent the Global public opinion. Chinese delegation demanded the U. S. Stop interfering in what it considers domestic affairs and criticized American democracy and race relations. Connor Finegan ABC NEWS Washington There's a chance US soldiers in Afghanistan could stay longer than expected. Brian Shook has the details. NBC News reports Biden is exploring the idea of keeping troops stationed in Afghanistan until November. Originally the nation's military was scheduled to be out by May 1st. However, a source told the outlet that the Department of Defense convinced Biden to explore his options. The president recently stated to ABC News that it would be difficult to remove all soldiers from Afghanistan by the first of May. I'm Brian Shook come on his time to 50. It's.
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
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.
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
Seattle - Kim Wyman leads Gael Tarleton in Washington secretary of state election results
"Over 24 7 News Center and because so many people voted early results for some races in Washington could be final tonight. Others may take days or even weeks. Secretary of State Kim Wyman says initial results will be posted on county websites. Soon after eight o'clock election officials will be on collecting ballots from drop boxes multiple times today all day today, County election officials across the state will be monitoring those boxes and emptying them regularly. We already have over 70% of our balance back, which is unprecedented. We've never seen this before, so it's exciting. There are also voting centers across the region to help with any ballot issues or to register if you're a first time Votre because, yes, you can still register in person. But eight o'clock is the deadline to either get it postmarked or in a dropbox. Wyman expects turnout to exceed 90%, which would be a new record
"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.
Wind knocks out power in Seattle area
"News Center More than 100,000 people were without power due to the wind storm blowing through the Puget Sound region today Come o Seu Romero as more the storm that's knocked out power for thousands of customers from Wat Come county in the north to Louis County in the South is the first wind storm of the season. But come on news dot com. Meteorologist Scott Cystic says the blustery winds are par for the course in October, around here, the highest gust I've seen so far around the Seattle area was 47 Miles an hour on the 5 20 Bridge. Not very unexposed. He actually ranks this first wind storm in the middle of the pack as faras. Other storms we
"news center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"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..
"news center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The homeless county kids be heading back to the classroom soon. The plan coming up but first type of video really time traffic yours, Tracy Taylor getting some messages right now at 98973 saying, Hey, trace, there's something going on on the East Valley Highway just after Ellingson as you head into parts of Sumner. Nothing reported, according to D, O T, But, yeah, that's a pretty good lineup for drivers. If you're headed out on the East Valley Highway now we're definitely dealing with a couple of other blocking issues, one of which is on highway 11. Checking that drive, and that's out near Cook Road. That's a crash there. That's blocking all lanes, The new stall reported in the right lane cell 25 approaching to 20th. It sounds like we have some police activity that's happening right now on Kirkland Avenue Northeast. This is in Renton between 12 Street in North East 18th streets and watch for a heavy police activity there. Some 25 City Center got a stall that's walking the right lane on the exit to a 705 and Sounds like they're still working of the crash on westbound stage. 901 164 traffic is brought to you by Loew's Don't Miss Lowe's just for Pros Event through September. 25th get in on virtual demos in live chats, plus get deals in store and on. Clothes for pros dot com US. Only Cairo Radio Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor's He hang on is that Clark? That's Millie and Clark, Lee and Clark. Okay, tell him hello for me. I will do it. Thank you. Now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my northwest dot com lots of people working from home. It may be the end of the work week before we see relief from air pollution that is at historic levels in western Washington because of wildfire smoke. Cairo seven, TV meteorologist.
Navy pilots and crew bail out of plane before it crashes
"Hour news center. The crew of a Navy aircraft that went down in Virginia is all accounted for the two Hawkeye Crash near Wallops Island Yesterday, the Naval Air Force Public Affairs offices, all four crew members bailed out of the surveillance plane and were wearing parachutes. Officials say the plane was in the midst of a training flight when trouble occurred, and if there's great news, it's that thesis, Olders air all OK, and there was no structural damage from the crash. Investigation into what caused the crash
Atlanta Public Schools begins school year with virtual learning
"24 hour news center. It is back to school Monday in the city of Atlanta, with virtual learning on Ly, a PS superintendent, Dr Lisa Herring. If it were our preference, clearly, we'd be face to face. But even during this virtual time, we're going to focus on teaching and learning, she tells Channel two action news. It's going to be hard not seeing the Children in class. We missed them and we want them and we're looking for it today or Rockdale County also begins virtual learning only schedule on Monday in person and virtual learning begin Monday Monday for for students students and and Carol Carol Hall Hall and and Newton Newton counties. counties. It It is is also also the the first first day day of of fall fall
3 officers injured, 18 arrests in Seattle riot
"News center. Seattle Police arrested 18 people last night after a protest march near the officers of the Seattle Police Officers Guild turned violent. Almost Corwin had filed this report from the scene. On Fourth Avenue south in the Soto neighborhood, where shortly after 10 p.m. Last night, a group of about 100 protesters carrying their symbolic black umbrellas approached the guild offices. Police say someone in the crowd set off a large explosive and attempted to break the window of a police vehicle. Next came a police order to disperse. That's when police say some in the crowd threw rocks, bottles and explosives at officers. Police declared the incident a riot. They say several officers were injured, and police have posted photos of officers who suffered burns and abrasions. There were reportedly 18 arrests. Now. The police Officers Guild, of course, is the powerful Labor union representing Seattle officers and sergeants. Spock's leadership has vocally opposed the protest movements, calls to defund the
"news center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"J breaking News Center. I'm Kevin Wells. Police are working to identify a body that was found by cadaver dogs in a wooded area in Janesville yesterday evening. Authorities say they were searching for a man who was reported missing last week and took the dogs just over 15 minutes to locate the body near where he went missing. Authorities have not identified the man but says he was white. No foul play is suspected for the third straight day, Wisconsin saw a record number of positive covert 19 tests. The Department of Health Services says 926 people tested positive. But in the last 24 hours, surpassing Friday's total of 845 a record, the positive rate is now 7.7% which is up percent from the previous reporting period. Seven nude That's have also been reported, unless you're eating or drinking or under the age of four. All are now required to wear masks inside of Shorewood businesses to the liking of many businesses in that area. The proposal unanimously passed Shore Woods Village board last week. Village trustee Jessica Carpenter tells T M J for news. Our businesses were actually one of the initial people initial parts of our community. You were asking for it. They wanted a way to be able to enforce a mask mandate without them being the bad guy. Norwood's indoor mask mandate will remain in effect until January of 2021 Carpenter says. That includes schools as well if the Shorewood school district decides to have students back in the classroom this fall, an investigation is underway after a house fire in Spring Brook that killed three people on Friday night, officials say two men and a child died while two women were able to escape. No names have been released in the cause of the fire is still unknown. Live sports taking place in Wisconsin today with the IndyCar Rev. Group Grand Prix at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Communications Director for Road America, Johnny Weir tells w. T. M J. There will be plenty of safety protocols in place for fans temperature checks of the gates. We encourage people to Prince tickets at home for skinning of the gates and also arrived early. Back to social distancing Bring a mask of a mask is necessary mask they enhance sanitize it will be supplied all the gates. Today's race starts at 11 o'clock this morning your W T M J forecast For today. Isolated showers are possible early on this morning. Partly cloudy and less human the rest of the day, a high of 78 Monday's a high of 81. Partly cloudy, warm and pleasant Tuesday. Some thunderstorms are possible later on in a high of 80 for Wednesday. The showers and storms become likely any high of 85 degrees and cloudy. In sports, Former Chicago Cubs and current Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman testing positive for Covert 19. Manager Aaron Boone says he has mild symptoms. In other MLB news, mark finds and reporting the Orioles have made at least one offered a free agent. Jassi help week. No details have been made available. Bucks News Mike Boot knows they're telling reporters yesterday that some of the teams travel party did not go with the team to Orlando. No names are being released, however, and another MBA news, LeBron James, will wear James on the back of his jersey when games begin, players are being given the option to Place their name.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt tests positive for coronavirus
"Governor Kevin Step tests positive for cope in 19. I'm Beth Myers in the news Radio. 1000 Katie. Okay, News center. The governor of Oklahoma apparently becomes the first governor in the country to test positive for covert 19. Here's Margot Murano governor Kevin Stitt made the announcement today saying he has tested positive for Koba 19. I felt a little bit yesterday, I didn't have a fever, but just a little bit, so I just did my regular Testing and it came back Positive s O. I just want to be transparent with Oklahomans. He says he will work from home until he is cleared and will remain isolated from his wife and Children who he says have tested negative. He says he still is not going to mandate that Oklahomans where a mask as it would be problematic to enforce. Says he doesn't know where he got the virus, but that the timeline doesn't fit for him to have contracted it during President Trump's recent rally in Tulsa, meanwhile, Coben
"news center" Discussed on KOMO
"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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"In the news center with the details yeah Bob it's the first case to be identified by the state health department who just started testing it yesterday they will now send that case to the CDC who confirmed the a first case involving an ASU community member earlier this year the latest coronavirus case involves a man in his twenties who is believed to have contracted covered nineteen from someone who travel to an affected area he's expected to make a full recovery and is in stable condition state public health lab has the capacity to test up to four hundred and fifty samples per day and we do not anticipate any shortages in test kits for our state public health lab to test for this disease that state health department director Dr cara Christ so far there are six pending tests for covert nineteen here in Arizona live in the new center actually fled KTAR news Arizona voters super Tuesday yeah it's super Tuesday with fourteen states holding primaries at almost fourteen hundred delegates up for grabs KTA ours political expert Michael Neal says former vice president Joe Biden has seized the momentum after last Saturday's primary win in South Carolina what it looks like Bernie Sanders would run away with the race two days ago look like Bernie Sanders was supposed to sweep or nearly sweep all of the fourteen super Tuesday states keep it right here on KTAR throughout the day as well have special coverage Jan B. local until eleven PM as results come in from the fourteen states involved in super Tuesday time for a check on traffic here's Monica reed live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Weber valley freeway system running smoothly right now does any problems on I. seventeen as well as the fifty one and the two oh two they are up to speed so as a sixty we still the closure on the west side due to an early morning accident involving a pedestrian forty Third Avenue closed between I. ten and a Dallas closed in both directions so go with fifty First Avenue or thirty Fifth Avenue this report is sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans the weather gets better and the commute gets easier when you love where you live the team rocket mortgage knows and they can help make your dream of homeownership a reality rocket mortgage push.
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"From the W. T. in news center I'm Pamela for with your top stories we do have breaking news the TBI has issued an amber alert that's the alarm you're saying right there Johnny B. it's for a child missing from the Chattanooga area her name is Lucy Lucas she could be in the Nashville area that we have photo up on our social media pages if you have any information if you've seen her please call eight hundred TBI find or your local law enforcement agency again we do have photo up on our social media pages house democratic managers serving as prosecutors and president trump's impeachment trial are presenting the second of three days of opening arguments in their case Jerry Nadler argues the president's conduct captures the worst fears of our founders and framers of the constitution imposes a continuing threat to our nation to the integrity of our elections to our democratic order he must not remain in power one moment longer in between sessions trump legal counsel J. secular says the defense team will soon get their turn to prove the actions the Democrats alleging the president of taken or not impeachable offenses our position is you still have to meet basic fundamental constitutional obligations and they have it stay with super talk ninety nine seven W. T. N. for the latest news brought to you by staples traffic and weather next they genesis diamonds WGN traffic center he says sixty five an accent there also officers line it it'll help like a branch in Lebanon pike H..
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"News center of resting over charges are pending against a forty four year old Milwaukee man who allegedly because Milwaukee's first fatal accident of twenty twenty police say speed and alcohol were likely factors when one vehicle struck another near thirty fifth and Congress just before three AM Wednesday he killed the twenty seven year old male talk woman and injured a twenty eight year old man that's Walkman this comes after the city had fifty one traffic deaths in twenty nineteen this is a very disheartening to know that this is the way that we're starting off the new year all the mentally for any tells today's T. M. J. four he hopes people will use the new year as motivation to drive better you know this is something I think everyone's affected by Milwaukee police needed two hours of dialogue to take a person into custody early on new year's day officers responded to reports of a person with a gun you're Carmen oriel just after one thirty AM the suspect went into an apartment building and remain there until he surrendered without incident two were seen men are in custody after a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon leads to a drug arrest they're seen county sheriff's office says a deputy in the strategic patrol units stop the vehicle near Douglas Avenue and High Street in Racine foreign equipment violation a search of the vehicle found thirty individual packages of crack cocaine and less than two grams of marijuana official charges are pending Milwaukee police releasing a photo of the person they believe is responsible for stepping to women inside their home near Kilborn it reservoir park back on December twenty first Chelsea maready tells today's T. M. J. four she credits her partner Alexia key rom for protecting her since she is thirty seven weeks pregnant her motherly instincts really came out during this attack as far as defending me and defending our child a photo and description of the suspect is that W. T. M. J. dot com Wisconsin was well represented in Wednesday's tournament of roses parade.
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"News center at Thurston county Superior Court judge late yesterday ordered for profit signature gathering firm citizen solutions to pay more than one million dollars the ruling follow state Attorney General Bob Ferguson lawsuit against the organization that he claimed it deceived Washingtonians by following more than three hundred eight thousand dollars in campaign donations to Tim Eyman judge James Dixon rolled I'm and use those funds for personal expenses and to support the signature gathering effort for a different initiative I five seventeen I'm an attorney mark lamisil The Seattle Times is quite is done nothing wrong in the money he got was lawfully earned for the services he provided. constructing a massive live over I five through downtown Seattle is technically feasible according to an engineering firm hired to study it the latest from Kohl's Corwin hake the goal of a group of urban planners is to completely cover the I five trench that runs from south lake union through first hill relieving noise and pollution and stitching together a city carved in half when the freeway opened in the early nineteen sixty is sort of one the two blocks with of our downtown neighborhoods and created a very significant a physical division between our neighborhood Scott bond you can as an architect on the lid on five campaign which convinced the city to pay for a feasibility study the completed study finds the project is not only technically feasible but says such a lid could even support high rise buildings for affordable housing a section of downtown I five has already been lit and of course in the form of freeway park and the convention center the proposal it would be far larger nearly one and a half miles long Corwin Heiko more news the superintendent of the to home school district is out during a special meeting last night the school board accepted the resignation of superintendent Tony Jurado and he issued a statement that says in parts bill of that through the fault of neither party Mister Dorados considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district the parents on a Facebook page say they've been blindsided one writing I cannot believe this I was so very impressed with him I've tried in the past to give the board and administration the benefit of the doubt but I don't think I can do that anymore we reached out to the district and more members for comment the gunman got away after shooting a man in the chest at a busy shopping center on Grady way in Renton goals Joe Marino reports from the scene police say a man was shot several times while he sat inside this Acura witnesses say another car pulled alongside the man got out and stepped into the actor a.
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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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"News center. A partial government shutdown now underway. The president insisting he won't sign any Bill to fund the government unless it contains five billion dollars for a border wall. Earlier in the week. It seemed that the president would sign leaks to continuing resolution without that funding on Capitol Hill today Democrats are saying it could have all been avoided but happened because President Trump is taking orders from his TV pressure changes mud anything under pressure from Fox News. And french. Meanwhile, says Republican Senator Mitch McConnell of the democrat. I brought this about because they're under a lot of pressure. Well, no this from their far left and feel compelled to disarray, the president almost anything and certainly this. And right now, President Trump is having lunch with a group of conservative Republican lawmakers to discuss border security that includes four members of the conservative house freedom caucus. I'm Dave Packer ABC news. And this update just in the Senate adjourns without action to end that partial government shutdown as. Talks drag on between the White House and congress the top US diplomat for the campaign against ISIS has resigned Brett mcgurk quit late Friday telling colleagues in a letter that he could not maintain his integrity. If he carried out President Trump's orders to pull out of Syria. The gbi is investigating a deputy involved shooting last night that camp to three county chase which ended only after police used a pit maneuver on. The suspect driver suspect apparently pulled a gun on police outside a Chucky cheese and Chick-fil-A in Fayetteville. Police say the suspect is in critical condition. UBS managed to get more packages shipped on time for the holidays this year so far than in the past. That's thanks in part to a new regional hub built in Atlanta and more facilities around the country. According to logistics, data firm ship matrix UPS is on time performance is ninety eight point three percent for the first four weeks of the busy holiday season. WSB news time three thirty two. It.
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"News center w s the covers the midterm elections in Georgia and across the nation. Democrats flip the house twenty three more seats. They've gained twenty five. Democrats are projected by ABC news based on exit polls and the vote to gain thirty two to thirty six. More house seats Republican gains mean they keep Senate control exit. Polls by ABC news show. Forty five percent of voters disapprove of special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia investigation. Fifty four percent believe the investigations politically motivated ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. What it shows is that the president's relentless attacks on Muller relentless attacks by the president. And by his supporters in congress echoed by Fox News. Frankly, have had an impact Robert Morten. Oh, forget is a lifelong Republican. He's somebody who serves the FBI director for more than a decade somebody you a widely respected by Republicans Intel this moment with this Republican president relentlessly day after day attack, our Jonathan Karl with continuing coverage election two thousand eighteen Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news ninety. Nine percent of the votes have been counted. And the race for Georgia governor with Republican Brian camp leading Democrats Stacey Abrams fifty point seven six percent to forty eight point two nine percent, Republican Jeff Dunkin defeats Democrats Sarah Emeco fifty two percent to forty eight percent. Become the next Lieutenant governor. The next secretary of state may be decided by a runoff Republican. Brad Raffin burger received forty nine point six one percent of the vote while forty eight point one eight percent of voters chose Democrat John barrow and a race. That also included a libertarian candidate. With fifty two percent of the vote in the race for attorney general Republican incumbent. Chris Carr, defeats democrat Charlie Baker in the sixth congressional district GOP incumbent Karen Handel leads democrat, Lucy mcmath fifty point zero one percent to forty nine point nine percent. With fifty point seven percent of the vote. GOP incumbent, rob Woodall appears on the verge of. Beating democrat Carolyn Bordeaux in the seventh congressional district. Eighty percent of Georgia voters say yes to the crime victims amendment known as Marci's law. Fifty seven percent of Henry county voters say no to the creation of the city of eagles landing. WSB news time is two thirty two. Just ahead. Live team coverage of traffic, and weather and more of your all night election coverage.
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"News center. The FBI has arrested two men in the murder of a thirty four year old single mother found dead last month in a wooded area of joint base Lewis mcchord. Komo's Kelly Bleier has the latest thirty four year old. Jessica Jackson was last seen alive. At a Tacoma convenience store and September fourth. She was with forty nine year old Bobby piece of Tacoma and thirty year old Jeremy Warren of forks, Washington, her body was found in a wooded area of joint base. Lewis mcchord nine days later detective say she was beaten with a baseball bat and shot three times in the head. The FBI has arrested the two men she was last seen with and charge them with second degree murder. Defendants have admitted to authorities. They took Jackson to the wooded area and killed her. They also have surveillance video showing them driving to and from the general area of the murder and every covered the gun believe used in the killing. Kelly bleier. Komo news police chief has been cleared by outside investigators after a woman accused him of a crime chief, Steve my lead was placed on administrative leave in August and Bothell. Detectives were called in to investigate those detectives now say they believe the women lied to investigators may have tampered with evidence. They've forwarded a case against the woman to prosecutors. My lead has been reinstated to his job cameras and automatic lens license plate readers watch as you move through town. But some people say it's just the government's way to keep an eye on you. Komo's Ryan Harris explains. How you give police your opinion on the technology. Seattle police aren't the only ones using surveillance equipment. The city's transportation department uses cameras to provide traffic information and has Matt teams use them to assess the situation before exposing a person to a potential danger, even though department policies forbid, keeping the information collected for long unless it's needed for an investigation city council member Bruce Harrell tells the. Battle channel they want you to feel secure about your privacy takes.
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"News center. Senators are considered to be key swing votes in judge. Brett Kavanagh's supreme court nomination, including Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. Dinner and. Chance to think about. The Senate Judiciary committee will vote on Kavanagh's nomination Friday following the day long hearing on sex assault accusations from Christine Blasi Ford. She's going to be believed by people who are pre determined to agree with her and be sympathetic ABC political analyst Steve Roberts, Cavanaugh forcefully denied the allegations. But forward says she's one hundred percent certain. It was cavenaugh President Trump described. Thursday's heated Senate hearing as brutal and hard to watch with continuing coverage of the cavenaugh hearings. I'm Dave Schreiber ABC news. Pre two point zero after a showdown hearing for the ages with judge cavenaugh his accuser, replaced advice and consent with search and destroy now. The Senate Judiciary committee could vote on his nomination later this morning chairman Charles Grassley wasn't giving any secrets late last night. We're meeting at nine thirty. We're meeting at nine thirty. We're meeting at nine thirty the full Senate could vote on cavenaugh by Tuesday. More on my blog at wsbradiOcom. And we will have more news coming your way at the top of the hour before we go. We do want to tell you that WSB is very proud to announce that last night in Orlando. We won the twenty eighteen national association of broadcasters Marconi award for major market station of the year. And we thank you for listening. WSB news time three thirty to even good people can find themselves in a bad situation. Hey, Sarah von Hassler. If you've got a DUI problem, you need George Stein. He literally wrote the book on DUI defense in Georgia. Go to George Stein dot com. There's so many things I enjoy about the return of fall. And it's no surprise that. Many of them include my Chevy Silverado from Jim Ellis Chevrolet whether tailgating with France heading to a mountain trail or simply running.