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Houston - Texas Confirms Record Number Of Coronavirus Cases And Hospitalizations
"Texas. Health officials are reporting another single day record of new covid nineteen cases Tuesday with ten, thousand, seven, hundred forty five cases and eighty seven deaths. This is third time in seven days that the state has reported at least ten thousand new corona buyers cases over two hundred, seventy, five thousand confirmed. Cases are being reported here in Texas now. The Medical Center says the average. Average number of people testing positive for covid nineteen is four times higher than it was during the peak in April sixth several of the early warning indicators, the hospital systems attract have ticked into the yellow moderate concern level. Still new hospitalizations continue to remain relatively flat after several straight weeks of rapid increases. The Texas Medical Center remains in face to of expanded intensive care capacity with more. More than twenty four hundred people hospitalized for covid nineteen, some eight hundred eighty six people have died with the illness. Now here's some interesting results Michael that we received from Rice University. A team out there says even though corona virus cases are surging. A sizable number of people are feeling less anxious about it. More than three thousand people have taken survey through Rice's Cova Nineteen registry. Thousand nine percent of them report a decrease in their anxiety about the pandemic, as time has gone on sixty seven percent say they've about have the same level of anxiety. When the pandemic began only fourteen percent say they've grown more anxious. Some other takeaways from the survey Michael Respondent say they're doing more of the activities. Health experts encouraged to stay safe, so that's good news. Ninety percent say they're washing hands more often. Fourteen percent say they're using facemasks frequently and on the other hand, though thirteen percent of respondents. Respondents say they're no longer limiting outings to only essential activities, something experts have advised against
California Legislature OKs plan to overturn state's affirmative action ban, voters to decide in November
"News California voters will get a chance to decide on restoring affirmative action in the state after key bill passed in the state Senate earlier today Kate case my client has more the measure could overturn prop two oh nine a voter passed initiative the band state governmental institutions from considering race sex or ethnicity and hiring and university admission practices assemblyman Kevin McCarty a member of the California legislative black caucus says the status changed a lot since prop two oh nine passed in nineteen ninety six this was a wedge issue that are then covered the time one to put on the ballot he was running for president and I think people see now what it wise to passing the state Senate with the thirty to ten votes securing the necessary two thirds majority to send it to the ballot in November McCarty says he believes voters will support the measure on their set of strong opinions but we all go to the polls in November we get to vote in the people's voice will stand tall my client's news ninety three point one K. F.
Miami - Florida Again Approaches 2,000 New Coronavirus Cases
"Numbers from the Florida department of health shows the state is continuing to see increases in new positive coronavirus cases yesterday they were a little over eighteen hundred new cases reported that's down a little bit from Friday and Saturday where the state saw record numbers of over two thousand new cases each day but that still triple the number of daily cases reported in early may and to those increases are happening locally to orange and Seminole counties is saying their two biggest days of new cases yesterday and Saturday Kiwis pub and grill in Altamonte springs even shut down Friday night after multiple customers contacted them saying that they had tested positive and all of those customers were at the bar last week their Facebook page it says that they'll stay closed until further notice brandy Hastings at news ninety six point five
SpaceX launches 60 more Starlinks
"D. B. only four days after the historic SpaceX launch of two U. S. astronauts from Cape Canaveral FLA SpaceX crews were back at it launching another two hundred thirty foot falcon nine rocket from a launch pad forty at the Cape Canaveral Air Force station this time the payload is a batch of broadband satellites that will join four hundred other starlink satellites already in orbit all part of CEO Ilan must plan to create a world wide internet service about eight minutes later amazing offers the visitor has landed the rockets reused booster landing safely on a droneship in the Atlantic Ocean Tony Marino news ninety six point five W.
Project Roomkey Updates and Expansion
"Project room key launched by governor Newsom designed to house the homeless in hotels is apparently expanding to another northern California county KP case Mike Barker reports from Butte county more than four hundred and seventy thousand dollars will be coming to Butte county to help house the homeless as part of emergency cove in nineteen relief funding from the state county chief administrative officer sherry McCracken says project room key will house high risk people during this crisis which is where we are putting high risk homeless are unsheltered individuals individuals that may have been exposed or individuals that actually don't need to be hospitalized but need to be quarantined or isolated we're putting them in hotel rooms the one time grant from the state is designed to help counties protect the health and safety of the homeless populations and reduce the spread of cove in nineteen my pocket news ninety three point one
Miami mother facing charges in son's death; police say
"Disturbing news from Miami this morning in the case of the mom accused of killing her nine year old autistic son you may remember we brought in the amber alert last Friday no witnesses are coming forward claiming she tried to drown the boy twice in video has surfaced supporting the witness's statement that forty five real Patricia Ripley tried to push the child into a canal Thursday night neighbors say they heard the boy's screams and rescued him an arrest affidavit says Ripley then took him to a different kind now an hour later and that's where the boy drowned she initially claims two men side swiped a car while she was driving and then adopted him prompting the amber alert she has been charged with first degree murder and first degree attempted premeditated murder China Victor news ninety six point five W.
NASA astronauts go back to the future with capsule launch
"It's back to the future nasdaq or NASA astronauts are set to launch again from the U. S. this week aboard a retro style right stuff capsule and let's appreciate SpaceX's sleek new dragon crew capsule it outshines NASA's old Apollo spacecraft in virtually every way the dragons minimalist interior with touch screens instead of scores of switches and knobs even the space shuttle's Seymour yester year the first take on a vintage look will be on full display on Wednesday when SpaceX plans to launch two NASA astronauts to the international space station to do promised to reveal the name they've chosen for their capsule on launch day I'm getting the skills you can check it out for yourself in the news ninety six point five W. DPO
Airlines Consider Selling Miles to Credit Card Companies
"Now airlines to raise cash or selling off frequent flyer miles to credit card companies at very low prices meaning that later they're probably going to charge you more points to go where you want to go he also said we don't know which airlines are going to survive yeah your favorite airline may be open now but they're all canceling routes and flights and many planes are flying with low numbers of passengers so it's very possible we may see some airlines going away brandy Hastings news ninety six point five W. DPO I have a major airline folder like southwestern frontier spirit or something like
Los Angeles County Jail Inmates Intentionally Trying To Contract Coronavirus
"B. K. this morning the Los Angeles county sheriff says inmates in jail are trying to get infected with the virus so they can get out of jail early KP case mark Mayfield has the details yesterday view in a way that showed a video of inmates at the north county correctional facility in Castaic group together smelling the same mask and drinking from the same Cup of hot water they reportedly believed having a high temperature would help them get sick in a way this is twenty one inmates at the jail did test positive for corona virus after the videos were taken but the inmates deny that's why they were sharing things mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B.
US households had record debt when the coronavirus hit. Things are likely to get worse
"Even before the covered nineteen pandemic of brought the economy to a standstill American household that was on the rise keep the case leases the reports with so many households hit by unemployment and growing debt the court systems may become overwhelmed with cases brought by debt collectors the first thing that were thinking that courts can do is to really track the data and report on what's happening in debt collection cases we can look back to what happened before the pandemic we can start to understand what's going to happen in the coming months Erica Ricard with pew charitable trusts says consumers need to be sure to respond to notices from debt collectors if they don't show up in court she says the debt collector automatically wins a leases the news ninety three point one
Blue Angels To Fly Over Miami, Jacksonville, Skipping Orlando
"Note we're talking earlier about the blue angels in the fact that we flying over Jacksonville and Miami but not Orlando we got this open Mike about the blue angels I thought we had a veterans hospital here in Orlando and there's one in Tampa they need to fly over those yeah very good idea leave listen openly to with the news ninety six point five W. DPO apple here's the schedule ray so the the blue angels this is going to be tomorrow tomorrow between eleven thirty and noon the blue angels are gonna fly over Jacksonville and then they're gonna fly over Miami around one PM so between noon and one PM the blue angels can get from a Jacksonville to Miami real fast right I mean like in the yeah hi facets as yet right it is it's a fast jet at that right and and it's got a fly over Orlando to get from Jacksonville to Miami yeah how do they not plan a flyover over Orlando you just take a right at Daytona he had done I for I think your idea earlier yes yes I does so I'm a little I'm a little miffed I hope by maybe we'll start at change dot org petition and see if we can get the blue angels to fly
Sacramento Mayor Wants To Make Face Masks Mandatory
"Stories well as you've probably heard this morning Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg calling for mandatory face masks in Sacramento as a lockdown is lifted KP gave Nick a massage has more mayor Darrell Steinberg wants to make face coverings mandatory as more businesses reopen in Sacramento county in a Facebook live video yesterday he suggested that masks become mandatory in the county to decrease the risk of spreading the respiratory illness it is going to be even more important for us when we are out in public they have that extra layer of protection not just for ourselves but for each other Steinberg said that in order to ease the state home order residents must vigilantly follow social distancing guidelines as the county takes steps to re open Megan the Dallas news ninety three point one
State partners with Motel 6 to shelter homeless
"State motel six is offering rooms in California for the homeless more from K. F. B. K.'s Nick Markakis governor Gavin Newsom announced the partnership in Santa Clara saying eleven thousand rooms have been secured so far across the state Newsome says a few weeks ago the state set a goal of finding fifteen thousand hotel rooms to provide shelter California has an average of one hundred and eight thousand people sleeping on the streets on any given day with the most people living on the streets than any other state Newsome says there was a homeless crisis before Kobe nineteen this pandemic just heightens it became a girl his news ninety three point one Kathy
Florida woman, 61-year-old dad hit with baseball bat after issuing coronavirus social distancing warning
"A twenty one year old woman and and her sixty one year old father were at a beach at wisteria island off of Key West a group of college age people came out to the beach and they warn the group about social distancing that's when they were both attacked and hit in the head with baseball bats the woman said she's not sure how many people hit them but she and her father both had head injuries Randy Hastings news ninety six point five
Coronavirus: US Now Has Third-Highest Number Of Cases In The World, Surpassing Spain
"United States now has the third highest total of Kovic nineteen cases in the world just behind China and Italy. At least eleven states have stay at home orders in place in major cities with more than fifty million kids now home from school. There is some good news. Ninety eight thousand people have recovered worldwide. And with now is our. Abc's chief. Medical correspondent Dr. Jen Ashton Jen. What is the latest? Where are we? Now well amy. There was a lot that happened over the weekend especially around testing because if we look back a couple of weeks the big focus was on. Are there enough test for everyone. And that was the messaging that we kept hearing now that the tests have been rolled out we see a major bottleneck especially at hot spots areas like New York New York City the West Coast for people who are having symptoms and thinking that they wanna get a test now. There's two really important concepts here. There is absolutely the need for the swab testing for what we call point of care testing. Which would be a test that could come back within fifteen minutes or an hour just like a pregnancy test or an HIV tests. And then a push for something. We called serology testing which is a blood test to show us to this virus in the past. All of that is really really important to be able to paint the landscape of our understanding of. Just how common this corona virus is in the United States however the flip side is that if everyone who has even the most mild symptom tries to go get a test it is absolutely sucking down the valuable resources of PP's masks gowns etc as well as jeopardizing healthcare workers. Those are our most vulnerable an important resources right now. They're they're kind of in competition with each other. Because I wanted to ask you about that Jenny. Where are we on that personal protective equipment that we know so many healthcare providers need? What are we dealing with in terms of shortages? Well we're I can only tell you what I've heard from my friends and colleagues who are doctors and nurses here. In New York City Day are in critical condition. They are in some cases using rain. Ponchos garbage bags for gowns Obviously they their masks are in critically low supply on New York Presbyterian Hospital telling its employees. They get one mask. And that's it so we need to see those kind of flood. The the healthcare system in these hotspots immediately. But that's why we need to strike this delicate balance between testing a lot of people to know how common things are and not testing the very very mild people right now because we just don't have those resources
Miami - Andrew Gillum found at scene of suspected drug overdose
"Inter Gillam the former Tallahassee mayor and democratic nominee for governor allegedly involved in a mass overdose early this morning Miami beach police department affidavit shows officers arrived at a Miami beach hotel room shortly before one AM paramedics were treating a man for a possible drug overdose officers tried to speak with killing but the report says he was vomiting and was too intoxicated the man who overdosed was taken the hospital in stable condition here's what police say directly from that report inside the hotel room officers observed in plain sight three small clear plastic baggies containing suspected crystal meth on both the beds and floor Gillam says now in a statement that he was in Miami for a wedding and had too much to drink he thanked Miami beach EMS for their efforts between the scales news ninety six point five W. DPO and according to that arrest affidavit no one was arrested in that
Trump considering declaring state of emergency over virus outbreak
"Guns on the Congress is very close to reaching a deal with the trump administration on the economic package meant to fight the fallout from this outbreak house speaker Nancy Pelosi says both sides are resolved much of the differences but as you mention the payroll tax cut sounds like there is anything that can down the road a little bit not sure if we'll get word on that today or not they're expecting about the house today so could then go on to the Senate the recess for the Senate was canceled for next week so that they can take up this legislation close he says the multi billion dollar relief package includes free from the virus testing for everyone who needs the test as the president he is expecting a news conference here this afternoon around three o'clock is what we're hearing and there are some reports out there that he plans to declare a national emergency today to allow more direct leaflets for response to Crowder Barris yeah well I I know that the president will hold a news conference later on this afternoon at three o'clock we of course we'll take it live right here on news ninety six point five W. DB there's a lot of chatter out there Blair about the president possibly the Celtics declaring a national emergency as early as today no Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer have urged the president to do so are you hearing anything on that front today exactly we're seeing some of the reports out there of some of the same thing and what that would do Scott as a sensor allow more direct relief to the response of this that maybe we testing it may just be overseeing from state to state a number of states have declared states of emergency and some of that is trickling in and so a national emergency circle B.
Nevada caucuses: With all precincts in, Sanders has the momentum
"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has the momentum after victories in the New Hampshire primary and Saturdays caucuses in Nevada the American all sick and tired of the government which is based on greed corruption and lies former VP Joe Biden finished second in Nevada and badly needs a win in South Carolina to keep his campaign alive four years of Donald Trump we can god willing if we win we can make that up another ratio Saturday's South Carolina primary happens only three days before super Tuesday with more than a dozen states voting Terry Moore news ninety three point one K. F. B.
"news ninety" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News ninety from ABC news I'm Richard cancer today brings with it the first public hearing in the impeachment investigation the threat to his presidency began with president trump's July telephone call to the president of Ukraine for Democrats what transpired on the call amounted to blatant impeachable offenses of bribery and abuse of power four hundred million dollars in military aid had been frozen and the president wanted Ukraine to investigate unfounded allegations about former vice president Biden and his son as well as a conspiracy theory about the origin of the Russia investigation Republicans said the president had legitimate reasons for making demands of Ukraine apart from his reelection Erin cutter ski ABC news Washington the Supreme Court on Tuesday took arguments in the trump administration's attempt to jettison the program director protecting hundreds of thousands of immigrants from deportation Dr it's called California Attorney General hobby or but Serah believes the administration will lose on this one every court so far that has tested this question has found on behalf of the dream Senate minority whip Richard Durbin says is more than just the dreamers fade his steak stake there is our values as Americans immigrants from all over the world who came to this country and said we can make this a better place and thank goodness our parents and grandparents believe that and let us to this moment now we have to move forward a ruling expected next year from the High Court Jimmy Carter the thirty ninth president recovering after surgery to ease pressure on his brain from blood clots caused by recent falls the latest word from president Carter spokes.
"news ninety" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"On it in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. S. and now your Amazon echo news ninety six point five W. DPO afternoon showers popping up across central Florida and we do have to read alerts popping up across central Florida as well or Jack your body is working those Rattlers ifor westbound at the turn pike is a mess right now he's in a jam yet two right lanes and rain coming down to make sure your lights are on get to the left eastbound coming in towards the four twenty nine got a right wing closed with construction all right more Jackie come but I'm gonna try to get you through that folks as soon as possible we know that it is very frustrating twelve said that your dues ninety six point five W. D. B. else got in as with the Orlando's news at noon we're here every day twelve to one and the U. S. announcing a ten percent tariff set to be slapped on Chinese imports starting next month would be delayed until later this year let's go with that because we want you to understand the stories were talking about live tore Serena Marshall and Serena the terrace was set to be placed on certain products like cell phones and and laptops video game consoles but the president did the lay those tariffs yesterday yes got you delayed some of them there are still products that are going to see those terror start on September first but many of the most popular items like you said cell phones TV's certain toys clothing and footwear items will be delayed until December fifteenth the president saying because he doesn't want to see it impact of the Christmas season is commerce secretary Wilbur Ross echoed that statement this morning and it's got it seems to be a concession from the White House that these terrorists will be passed on to consumers in the form of higher prices yeah meanwhile China I mean you know what we talk about our own issues and I'm looking at the Dow tanking today of the Dow right now is down some six hundred and seventy points are but I'm looking at China they've got their own issues Serena with their economy in the fact that there is great instability right now in Hong Kong yeah especially with those Hong Kong ride their protests that are happening right now now the administration says that this decision it to reduce it to the ladies here it had nothing to do with some kind of a quid pro quo or agreement between China and the United States on its trade war but I did that it was their own analyses because again they did not want to impact the Christmas season now those talks with China to try and stop this trade war because Scott remember the tears that are set to go into effect on September first the ten percent on three hundred billion dollars of good are in addition to those twenty five percent tears that were slapped on two hundred and fifty billion dollars worth of goods earlier this year that those two terrorists combined mean virtually every import from China is subject to an American tax and so at this trade dispute this trade war is definitely still going forward still going strong as well they have said that they have possible discussion coming up in the next two weeks nothing has been set in stone as you mentioned those protests that are happening in Hong Kong could potentially destructive those talks between the US and China on trade yeah we'll see what happens with that Terrick now set to be slapped on Chinese imports in the middle of December right before Christmas Serena thank you so much we appreciate that that's our own Serena Marshall live from Washington to well now your news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. I know it's a mess out there on ifor Jackie's coming out right now it's the five dates rocky by U. S. heating and air conditioning our meteorologist resting McRaney once again friends it's just gonna be a day lose across under for this afternoon showers and storms become numerous in nature.
"news ninety" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"News ninety six point five, WDBO, forty-nine, people, that's, that's the same, no one should ever have to go through that. And they can't be forgotten why we're special edition of Orlando's evening news on the three year anniversary of the horrific. Pulse terror attack here in Orlando. Keep the open mics coming in. This is Orlando evening news. Evening, I'm Kevin Rafe. You Senator Rick Scott pays tribute to the pulse attack victims today on the Senate floors. We continue coverage of our top story, June twelve twenty sixteen our state was attacked Senator Scott was then governor Scott, Florida when the attack happened three years ago today, the attack. An attack on America. Our state, the city of Orlando are Hispanic engaged communities was a terrorist attack. Forty nine people were killed dozens of others were wounded. He said this to CBS news shortly after it happened. I've tired of this. This is our country. We need to know who's coming to our country today, Senator Scott says the daisy spent in Orlando following the shooting will always be with him. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five w President Trump says he's confident that things will work out with North Korea during a White House news conference. The president says he's taking his time to restart negotiations on denuclearization. We started off a very rough relationship, and I think we have the very good relationship right now. So we'll see what happens. I'm no rush. He gets hitting a nice letter from North Korea leader, Kim Jong Hoon, but did not reveal what was in that letter three satellites for Canada's space agency launched atop a reuse. Falcon nine rocket this morning. It was only the second time SpaceX landed a rocketed Vandenberg Air Force base out in California..
"news ninety" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"At news ninety six point five quitting time on a Friday, the weekend forecast and a look at traffic coming up for, you know, my parents were following up on earlier. Breaking news, Wintergarden police say they have found a body and have made an arrest in wedge field after getting a tip about a missing teenager, the subject of an amber alert, you probably remember getting the amber alert on your phone last week about sixteen year old Bruce hagan's from winter garden that areas in far west Orange County today, police are out in far east Orange County after getting what they call a strong lead on Hagen's disappearance police were near Robertson street in the wedge field area before saying they found a body, and they say they've made an arrest in the case of Bruce Hagans, but they don't know if the body belongs to Hagen's or someone else needless to say this is a developing story. We'll bring you more details throughout the afternoon as they come out. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five. WBZ news ninety six point five WDBO Orlando turns first for severe weather. Top Terry, watching more numerous showers and storms and your weekend forecast. I'm Jackie O'Brien, new red alert. I four westbound at Conroy traffic in four minutes on news ninety six point five WDBO. More clouds, even some rain moving in eighty nine downtown Orlando interactive radar showing eighty-seven with rain in winter garden showers extending to Oakland. Oh, Cohee up to Apopka, we have a hot dry ninety four in Saint Cloud. I'm Tony Marino. Sean Hannity back in five minutes with the final hour news roundup. President Trump busy on Twitter aboard Air Force One this afternoon, a tweet from Air Force One. The president raised questions about plans from NASA to go back to the moon in five years plans, which NASA chief, Jim Breitenstein this morning said had the full backing of Mr. Trump. Here's exactly what Breitenstein the head of NASA said at a space conference in DC this morning. Very first base policy..
"news ninety" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Williams. News ninety three point one k k. Looking at a clear sky tonight, the low forty eight tomorrow good deal of sunshine, pleasantly warm, seventy six of you clouds for tomorrow night, low fifty one then for Sunday, a mixture of sunshine and some clouds, high Seventy-three, amac weather meteorologist, Danielle Knittle. News ninety three point one K F B K Ramento's number one for breaking news, traffic, and weather. News ninety three point one. Af PK. Saddleback contempt comfortable, well fed and ready for some fine entertainment, everybody happy, then let's go. Showtime Friday night. Here is. We this. Here. Superhero? You're right. Sure. Sure. What I wanna shocker? Yeah. Forget one. No. It's kind of funny. They're trying.
"news ninety" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO, a sixteen year old girl says she was groped by a man at Disney's animal kingdom, according to the Orange County sheriff's office the girl from Alabama set a stranger grabbed her crotch as he walked past her in the crowd last Friday. The girl was on a school trip at an adult chaperone with the group told authorities she noticed the teen was visibly shaken and crying once Disney was notified about the incident park officials contacted law enforcement, no suspect. Has been named. And no arrest was made. According to the sheriff's office report. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. Enjoying the warm weather here in Florida. President Trump heads for somewhere a little colder. President Trump heads to Grand Rapids Michigan tonight for a campaign style rally. It's a familiar place for the president. His campaign says it is the eighteenth rally. He's held in Michigan and the six in Grand Rapids since he launched his race for the White House back in June twenty fifteen President Trump travels from Michigan to Florida to spend a long weekend in Palm Beach. Paren- Travers ABC news, the White House. The president says he's not ready to talk about pardons to people caught up in the or probe the topic came up during an interview with our very own Sean Hannity on Fox News. But Trump spoke around the issue. Well, as I told you many many people were hurt incredibly hurt by this whole scam. It just a scam. Yeah. The president says lives have been ruined because of the twenty two month pro. And now the public knows there was no crime at the heart of it FBI. Former FBI director James Comey giving a first interview after the conclusion of the Muller pro he says he thought President Trump's explanation for his firing. That's COMEX firing was possibly obstruction of Justice. Again, the president appears to be saying, I don't know what's in his head. Which is why can't reach the conclusion when he appears to be saying is I got rid of this guy to shut down an investigation that threatened me. Now, call me made those remarks to NBC, and of course, this morning. We're learning that President Trump spoke on Sean Hannity saying that all those documents that were part of the Muller pro will be released to the public and Facebook is banning white nationalism and white supremacy from its social media platforms. Here's reporter Brian shook. The company posted the news on its blog on Wednesday about two weeks after a man live streamed his attacks on to mosques in New Zealand Facebook said it's banning praise support and representation of white nationalism. And separatism starting next week. The ban also includes Instagram. Which Facebook owns anyone who searches for white nationalism and related terms will be directed to the life. After hate. It's a nonprofit that helps people leave hate.
"news ninety" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"News ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. I'm Rika Puteaux. And I'm Marsha Taylor. Well, we had a lucky winner. That matched the winning numbers last night. In powerball. They are sixteen twenty thirty seven forty four sixty two the Powerball number is twelve now if you didn't match any numbers are still is a chance, you know, someone who did Florida Lottery players saw a sizeable chunk of that fortune. In fact, there were hundreds of thousands of people that matched at least one number nine Floridians picked four out of five winning numbers and the Powerball number that prize was worth fifty thousand dollars for the power play options. Five people in Florida are one hundred fifty thousand dollars richer this morning after they picked four winning numbers and the Powerball number Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO three people are facing charges for an incident that injured in Orange County deputy at eighteen year old girl in to twenty one year old men were arrested after the men allegedly tried to run over the deputy with his ATV. The deputy was. Drag for about ten feet. He was hurt. But he's expected to be okay. Day after severe weather rolled through central Florida. Looks like we might get a taste of spring today. We had a bit of a cool down yesterday, but some warmer temperatures on the way still a few degrees below average today will be in the mid seventy s or averages eighty but the eighties return starting tomorrow through the weekend about eighty tomorrow and even warmer this weekend, eighty four Saturday up to eighty six on Sunday channel nine meteorologist Brian shields. Alright if you wanna feel good story this morning here. It is good news. If you hate robo calls for companies responsible for tons of them agree to stop including one based here in Orlando. Odds are you've gotten one before filing lawsuits against you to get more information about this case file, please call sure the Federal Trade Commission says the four companies are banned from robo calling and most telemarketing stuff. This includes using automatic dialer programs one of the companies gave the FTC software. They say is responsible for more than a billion illegal robocalls. Another. One of them is Orlando based higher goals marketing, the feds say they pitched phony debt relief services. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. March madness is back tonight with the start of the men's NC double A tournament Sweet Sixteen top seeded, Gonzaga faces Florida state Michigan takes on Texas Tech. Tennessee plays Purdue a number one. Seed Virginia goes up against Oregon. Four more games. Are tap tomorrow. Go FSU studio movie.
"news ninety" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Newsfeed on news ninety six five WTO on channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Low eighties four today coming up we're tracking warm finish to the week. But a front moving in this weekend. Is on I four I four westbound you're now going to be slowing after Lake Mary and four thirty six. I'm Eric Brown. I four eastbound about fifteen minutes. He was twenty seven to five thirty to tap of the brakes near orange blossom trail in a few minutes slow downs from the four to Amelia. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Hey, good morning at a seven three. You're listening to the seven AM expanded newsfeed. Fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic part of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Marsha Taylor. And Aubrey computer the wife of a UCF faculty member found dead in his Winter Park home last month. His now been arrested for killing her husband and tampering with the crime scene. Police say Daniel red lick called nine one one to report that her husband Michael red lake was dead eleven hours after they believe she stabbed him to death. She told investigators that her husband stabbed himself during an argument, but a medical examiner found his stab wound. Did not look self inflicted an arrest. Affidavit says it looked like she tried to clean up the blood afterwards. Sixty five year old Michael red lake had been with UCF for five years in the sports business management program Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO a parachute mouth. Function may have caused a skydiving accident into land it left a woman critically injured skydiver down the emergency calls from the land. Florida's heard on broadcast defy painted a grim picture did not open ground a twenty year old woman skydiving at the Dilan municipal airport was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. Local authorities have been in contact with the FAA that's reporter Brian Clark. You're listening to the seventy m expanded newsfeed on computer. We bring you fifteen street minutes of news weather traffic with no commercials. Florida's the second in the nation when it comes to HIV cases. A new study from UCF indicates Florida men are three times more likely to have unprotected sex after testing positive for HIV, Dr Christa cook says nearly half of the men they surveyed said they either inconsistently disclosed or did not disclose their HIV status to their partners. We hope that people have that conversation with their partners, and they can. Make informed decisions. But they don't always have that conversation. And what are those reasons? The study survey three hundred seventy two HIV positive men from Florida. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg comes to a UC. He wants to check out. The new solar canopy, we told you Tuesday. How oh you see is installing twenty-five weather stations to try and predict cloud formation and movement is so they can adjust their electric grids when clouds block sunlight from their solar panels. Well, Michael Bloomberg will be here. Tomorrow morning, highlighting those stations, the entire solar canopy and more. Oh, you see says at the end of his tour. They'll make an announcement about the impact of the American cities climate challenge Orlando is one of twenty five cities taking part in that effort to promote a more sustainable future. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. We're breaking news this morning out of the world, business and banking. If you Bank it Beebe and tee or SunTrust you want to hear this the tour merging in a stock deal worth sixty six billion dollars. That's not helping Wall Street at all this morning. US stock features the s&p NASDAQ down all down this hour. A big political message Virginia's getting even bigger as top three Democrats. Elected in that state now fighting to keep their jobs. We've been telling you about the black face picture scandal involving newly elected governor Ralph northbound two more dams this one the state attorney. And of course, the Lieutenant governor all of their own problems Virginia's top three elected officials, all Democrats facing growing scandals attorney general Mark herring admitting. He wore black face in the eighties. As part of a costume. In a statement saying, quote, we dressed up and put on wigs and Brown makeup. The shame of that moment has haunted me for decades. Herrings admission comes just days after he called on governor. Ralph northern to resign after the racist photo surfaced from north nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook denied he was in the picture but did admit to wearing black face himself as part of a Michael Jackson costume in the eighties. Andy Field ABC news, Washington diving deeper now or getting your reaction to this mess. Here's a sampling of our listeners think there's more to dig up here before we're so quick to need your react and pass judgment. Why are these people apologizing for this? If this was done in good taste fine. If not shame on him. If you're just trying to impersonate somebody why is that? So speaking of offensive, I'm Gene Wexler. You can join this discussion by tapping the open mic button in the news ninety six point five WDBO app and SpaceX has has first test launch and the crew dragon capsule. It's going to happen next month March second the crew dragon capsule is built to take astronauts to the international space station and beyond Dale catch of space. Florida Marceca date is any to hurry up process stopping reliance on the Russians, and I think all Americans are eager to have that occur. The test flight will be on man. But the aim is staff manned missions as early as July. Catch them says there will always be risks associated with manned missions to space. You wish to be absolutely safe. Don't get out of bed. But I don't think that's in the nature and instinct Americans the launch will take place at Cape Canaveral. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. Here's more of these open mics again with people reacting to the black face scandal out of Virginia. This is this was done in good taste fine. If not shame on him. Good taste is there a good taste way to do black face. But is there or is there is there never a good way to do black face? And some of said, you know, back in the nineteen eighty s that was that was really acceptable. You know, what maybe in the eighteen eighty thousand acceptable. I was alive in the eighties. I did plenty of stupid things in the eighties. Black face not one of them. No, we knew better than that. And for that yearbook. Saying I was on yearbook staff in the nineteen eighties. And there's not a chance in the and by the way, I was I I grew up in Texas. I was in the south and there's not a chance in the nineteen eighties. We would have put a picture like that with somebody in a clans hood and black face in the yearbook for heaven's sake. Seven eight Tony Orlando's morning news. You can share.
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"News ninety six point. By WDBO. Orlando turns first for severe Tom Terry chilly night coming up, but I'm watching a warming trend just around the corner. Temperatures are dropping quickly, but nothing like in some other places we're down to forty four at Amway center Forty-six at the holy land. Where tomorrow is their annual free admission day. I'm Tony Marino. Clark Howard is up at five minutes as we continue our team coverage after three days Cruz, finally fixing up. I four westbound near Conroy road. The road was having problems all week since Sunday's record rainfall Steve Olson with FDA OT tells me the moisture got onto the temporary pavement into the base caused the asphalt to fail and actually come apart payment buckled and in some spots. Dirt was exposed or calling them depression. Some people have been calling in pot holes, although potholes a little deeper either way the faults were tearing up some people's cars, which is why they had the emergency construction. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. And we're learning more about the case against the UCF's. Student who had an AR fifteen on campus nineteen year old sophomore engineering student max chambers, arrested Tuesday for keeping an AR fifteen and drop in auto sear in his car. UCF police chief Karl Metzger says when used the device can make a rifle fully automatic chambers is charged with felony possession of a machine gun and bump stock when you break the law you subject yourself to arrest. And that's where we are here today. At no point did this person expressive threat to campus. But we take the disregard for laws regarding firearm seriously, especially in this day and age chambers violated UCS weapons on campus policy last spring, but was not arrested at that time chief Metzker says they found out about chambers. AR fifteen after someone made an anonymous tip to crimeline, Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO Federal Reserve is leaving interest rates unchanged for now US economy is in a good place, and we will continue to use or monetary policy tools to help keep it there that is fed chair. Jerome Powell said the nation's central Bank will take a patient stance on future rate adjustments that news combined with some corporate earnings leading to a big rebound. On Wall Street today. The Dow industrials up four hundred thirty five points one and three quarters percent. The NASDAQ gaining more than two percent. Tesla was among the many companies. Posting earnings the electric car maker reported better than expected sales for the second straight quarter. But fourth quarter earnings fell short of expectations. That sent shares a slightly lower after the markets closed today. Nine zero three at news ninety six point five WDBO, Jake engineer.
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"With Joe Kelly news ninety six point five WDBO. I I gotta be honest with you. I am not getting the contempt that. We're getting on the open mics for these federal workers weren't getting paid. I mean, there's a lot of visceral contempt and hatred for these federal workers because they they want a paycheck. And I maybe I'm not the only one who is is failing to understand this morning guys. I wonder if I could address the gentleman who called earlier this morning saying that perhaps the federal workers are living above their means. And that he himself could probably go without a paycheck or two. You have probably never had to go paycheck to paycheck and have no idea what it's like to go through. You. Also don't know what any of those people are have to deal with on a day to day basis. This is what's wrong with our country today. People need to stop being so judgy in need to show more love. I think we could have a little bit more compassion for the federal employees in. You know, there's there's great discussions to be had about what is an essential employees. What is not an essential employees, whether or not we should even have some of those positions, but for those for those people themselves, look, I feel bad for him. I mean who who wants to go to work and not get a paycheck. People do have bills to pay and people do live paycheck to paycheck. You can join the discussion used the open mic in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. Good morning. It's eight forty. I'm Marsha Taylor and Omri Caputo continuing coverage of the government shutdown in its effects on central Florida. We told you about this couple days ago, bore get more in depth. So breweries aren't able to get their new products out themselves, and the the manufacturers are the ones that are most greatly affected. Ron D'amoto owns the thirsty tougher bar in the lake Ivanhoe area. He says the alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau has to approve the labels of new products. And right now. They're closed. His rep at the six point brewery in Brooklyn tells them we got a lot of cool stuff that we just can't send across state lines. We can't do anything with it locally his rapid cavalier distributing in lakeland says there's a whole bunch of it sitting at the warehouse. They can't touch did not says play Linda brewing has new beer. They're sitting on this stuff eventually goes bad dump it, and that means they miss out on profits. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO find somewhere to dump it. I'm sure I couldn't we it's eight forty one now on Orlando's morning news. Top of the morning, Joe. We are.
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"News ninety six point five WDBO happy Thursday, much cooler. Here's that front is moving through our area. We'll take a look at the interactive radar coming up. Let you know how cold it's going to get tonight. I our top story day. Twenty of the government shutdown is President Trump is at the border in mcallen, Texas Duprey in Washington again, making the threat to unilaterally build a border wall. President Trump seemed to rewrite some of his past promises on Mexico paying for it. Jack. I said they're gonna pay for it. They are this is now day twenty of the border funding dispute and a partial government shutdown and Jamie, Scott more about the latest lack of progress on the shutdown in his blog tack tattoo. Jamie debris button on the news ninety six point five WDBO app. News ninety six point five WDBO. Orlando turns first for severe weather, clear skies and a chilly night ahead. I'm updating Orlando's low coming up. Good afternoon. I'm Kevin reviews. Fifty nine degrees in downtown Orlando is we take a look at the interactive radar rate realm at sixty degree Mark all across our areas. Sixty degrees down in Saint Cloud right now, sixty three in Deltona. No rain to worry about anywhere. More Sean, Hannity next. But as we continue our team coverage in other way, the ongoing partial government shutdown affects us here in central Florida breweries can export their new products because there's nobody to approve their labels. A lot of the brewers. We do business with Janet get the fun and cool stuff that we usually get sent out to Ron DeNardo owns the thirsty Toepfer bar in the lake Ivanhoe area. And he tells me because the alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau is closed. They can't debut any new products themselves. And the manufacturers are the ones that are most affected do not assess depending on which style beer has a certain shelf life, and he'll go back are going to be losing a lot of money. He says his rep at the six point brewery in Brooklyn told him last night, they have a lot of new stuff to send right now. But they can't we can't do anything with it. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO following some breaking news, lawmakers say former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is set to testify publicly before congress that next month looks like that has been scheduled for the seventh. We'll keep you posted as we learn more about what exactly is going to. Happen in that hearing three thirty two at news ninety six point five WDBO..
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"Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO about former Broward County election supervisor Brandis Snipes she was in federal court Monday. She wants her job back Snipes swearing off. With governor Rick Scott and Senate President Bill Galvano in a hearing. She came under fire for the controversial recount of the twenty eighteen elections in Broward County slaves had plans to resign back on January fourth but wasn't set suspended by governor Scott in late November saves claims that her due process rights were violated, Kevin refuse ninety six point five WDBO right now, Orange County deputies investigating a shooting that ended with a woman in her car in a ditch deputies say the shooting happened outside an apartment complex on Americana boulevard and south Rio Grande shoes taken to the. Hospital in critical condition. Neighbors aren't surprised by the violence police around this area like this like a tonic ops. Like this all the time. Deputies still trying to determine what led up to the shooting? Now, you're listening to the eight am expanded newsfeed. I'm Marsha Taylor. Bringing fifteen straight minutes of news, weather and traffic with no commercials. We brought you the that is breaking news that I four worker that he was is recovering after he fell more than fifty feet. He was a construction deck at grant avenue just south of pine when he fell yesterday afternoon that skaters have not said what caused him to fall. We are told he was conscious and breathing when he was rushed to the hospital, the Internal Revenue Service will call workers back to the job, whether they're paid or not to process your tax returns this year. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington with questions about tax refunds, the extended partial government shutdown officials last night announced that the IRS will force employees back to work without pay the deal with federal tax returns, the move takes away. What might have been the most visible impact of the shutdown for most Americans as the tax filing season will begin on January twenty eighth even if the shutdown isn't over the union representing aviation inspector says they plan to demonstrate at a to call for an end to the shutdown air, traffic and. Trollers TSA workers are considered essential. But safety inspectors, that's mechanics and repair facilities for the FAA. They haven't worked since before Christmas. The union claims that could make it risky to board a plane until they can get back to work. The union says it will demonstrate it for the next three days handing out flyers that explain the potential dangers of FAA inspectors being out of work each airline does have its own team of safety specialists that are not impacted by the government shutdown. I'm Laurie that video of a drunk woman calling jet employee a rapist threatening that she has a gun at Fort Lauderdale international. Well, it's gone viral. It was a pretty epic meltdown too. Yes. She climbs on the counter screaming in a jet, blue, employee's face and calling him a rapist supposedly because her flight was delayed, and then it gets worse threatening. The she has a gun. Please for called she was handcuffed and eventually sobered up. We hope I'm Samantha Jordan..
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"With Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Samantha Jordan. I'm Marie computer for Africa will observe a son rail crossing in downtown Orlando a day after two separate train struck vehicles at the same crossing. We're talking about the train tracks west colonial drive between orange and Huey avenues near I four in less than two hours yesterday as Sanrio train and Amtrak train struck separate vehicles at that same crossing Anthony Galvez says the Amtrak train clipped the back of his pickup truck the guy in front of me, but he wouldn't go for two weeks ago, the state released a report indicating son rail has the name. Nations highest average annual casualty rate Darrell Moody News ninety six point five WDBO threats made to multiple businesses and central Florida turn out to be part of a nationwide hoax. The FBI says are investigating threats made to several cities the FBI says they're investigating threats made to several cities career source central Florida in Sanford tells us they got a bomb threat in an Email at the time. When we we see that we did we want wear that it was part of this nationwide hoax. So we took it seriously you Seminole county schools were briefly put on lockdown out of caution. Updated information that this is a nationwide hoax threat. All students are safe CNN reports, a TV news station in Oklahoma City. Got an Email demanding twenty thousand dollars in bitcoin or else a bomb would go off other stations and businesses across the country got similar emails, so far none of the threats have turned out to be credible. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. You're listening to these seven AM expanded newsfeed on Rica, computer. We bring you fifteen straight minutes of news, weather, and traffic. With no commercials. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is breaking his silence after being sentenced to three years in federal prison. He's saying very clearly the he never directed. You to do anything wrong. Is that true? I don't think there's anybody that believes that first one nothing at the Trump organization was ever done unless it was run through Mr. Trump Cohen sat down with George Stephanopoulos for an interview that is going to err on ABC's. Good Morning America this morning comb pleading guilty to tax fraud line to congress, banking fraud and violations of campaign finance laws who just got this open. Mike Michael Cohen is.
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"News ninety six point five db new business adventure for somebody or coffee and cookies that open mic in response to the story that I told you about this morning with Starbucks banning pornography in all of their coffee shops. We've been getting a lot of reaction to that story throughout the day. In fact, Gene Wexler is going to tell you about some of the other open mics coming up here in a little bit six twenty four at news ninety six point five evening. I'm Kevin Rafe us tomorrow. A judge is scheduled to hold a status hearing on the case against a man accused of trying to light several people on fire Osceola county deputies arresting core. Hey, Porto Sierra back in March at the friendly village in just off US will ninety two couple says he poured gasoline. On their car. Porto. Sierra charges premeditated attempted murder. Trial is expected to start on Monday. Well, it's not what you want. Hear is apparent in Florida seven students at a Polk County middle school got sick from marijuana gummy bears. Five of the seven children were taken to the hospital after eating the gummy bears with THC infused. In them sheriff Grady, Judd says they're looking into how they got the candy in the first place candy such as gummy bears or sour patch. Kids laced with THC are legal in some states where recreational marijuana is legal. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. We're hearing from the wife of a man who was found shot in his car and Orange County. What happened why did this happen? How did it happen? Who did this fifty seven year old Michael Campbell found murdered this morning after a crash along twentieth street near Paramore avenues, come forward. If you know anything if you think you can help at all, please come forward. Please say they have no leads currently on a motive or any possible suspects and everyone can rejoice tomorrow the last day of the hurricane season. The season will be remembered most for the damages of hurricane Florence and Michael that they've made in the Carolinas the panhandle according to Noah this season had fifteen named with only two out of eight hurricanes. There were major an average season has about twelve named storms in three major hurricanes. Tony I think everybody is thrilled that hurricane season is about to end. However, unfortunately, we didn't get the letter t and we missed out on hurricane. Tony good thing. I'll take it a huge of relief man, we really escaped any potential dangerous. This this hurricane season. It was great year for us here in central Florida. Of course, the panhandle had their problems. Yeah. I was going to say not a great year for Florida state, but not too bad for us all in all not too bad. Very good for us in central Florida, by the way, Kev. My wife texted me after the Elton John thing. Okay. She's reminding me that we took a second mortgage to go Sierra. Vegas and the next year. So we won't be going Elton. John wait about upset that I didn't know you were going to Smith in Vegas. We gotta talk about this. It's not until June. But whatever. Yeah. Oh, no, it's all the June. What are you gonna do heads up? I won't be here for probably a week in June. All right. Six twenty six.
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"News ninety six five WDBO. There are still a handful of US house races, which are not final thirteen days after the elections. There are still five undecided races for the US house. Two of them are in New York. One in Georgia one in Texas and another in Utah that race in Utah has seen Republican congresswoman Mia love come back from a big deficit to take the lead. Democrats right now have gained thirty seven seats and could get one or two more before all the races are done. As President Trump continues his search for an attorney general he says, he wouldn't mind if attorney general Pam Bondi would join his administration. He did not specifically say that he wants her to replace attorney general Jeff Sessions who he asked to resign over the weekend. He said Bondi is doing a good job in our state, and he would consider her for anything Bondi's term ends in January and will be replaced by Ashley moody, Bondi has not said what she plans to do when she leaves office. Samantha Jordan, news ninety six point five. WDBO two men are facing charges for intentionally hitting an Orange County deputy on his motorcycle at happened yesterday afternoon near pine hills road and west colonial drive, Orange County. Sheriff's office says the deputy was trying to pull over a car when the driver swerved towards him and knocked him off the bike that deputy suffered a minor hand injury. And the to twenty four year old men were arrested nearby. Just a few minutes later following breaking news this morning. F- HP is investigating a hit and run crash on orange blossom trail it happened after three o'clock this morning on orange. Blossom trail at ginger mill boulevard. Troopers say two cars were stopped at a red light. When a third vehicle slammed into them. One woman got out of reveal to survey the damage witnesses say she was hit by a Honda Civic driver fled the scene. The woman rushed to the hospital. Her condition is unknown. Three. Other people were taken very hospitals for their injuries. At least one driver is facing charges, though troopers are still trying to locate the driver of that white Honda Civic. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO. It's that time again another change is coming to your drive on I four this one again in the downtown area. Recently, construction crews moved up the Princeton exit number eighty five about a mile and a half earlier. Now, they're going to combine that exit with the par street and Fairbanks exits if you wanna get off I four and take either of those roads, you'll have to get off with a new Princeton exit is as well. So basically exits eighty five eighty six and eighty seven will be combined into one exit point. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. And if you're hitting the road for the holidays, here's some good news for you. Gas prices. This thanksgiving expected to hit a two year low average price for a gallon of gas in Orlando right now is to thirty four and it could drop even lower by thanksgiving. This year two point five million Americans are expected to drive to their thanksgiving travel destinations watching that Monica Lewinsky special that three part series or whatever with Bill Clinton or not with us and certainly not with Bill Clinton. But it's about Bill Clinton. It's on a, and I guess it started last night watching that. I know, but I might give it a gander sounds kind of interesting. I'm of two thoughts about this one. I lived through it. So I I don't know that I wanna live again through it.
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"Story. This hour bedrock principle of our democracy that every vote is counted minority leader Charles Schumer today hitting back gonna Rick Scott's lawsuits on the Florida recount. And now two groups have filed suit to block Scott from overseeing the election common. Cause in the league of women voters are suing in federal court to remove governor Scott from presiding over the recounts, they accused Scott of using the authority of the governor's office to influence the recount by threatening officials in Broward and Palm Beach counties in order to advance his Senate campaign. The groups also say that the governor forced an investigation by the F D L E when there was no evidence of criminal activity. A hearing is now scheduled for tomorrow. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. This is news ninety six point five WDBO. Orlando turns first breaking news, weather, and traffic. I'm meteorologist George Waldenberger tracking near record heat and. Your chance for some isolated rain as you head home from work. I'm Jackie O'Brien. I four eastbound delays already in place. Kaley to Fairbanks traffic in four minutes on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Joe ruble, interactive radar mostly cloudy skies showing it is eighty two degrees. Sean Hannity back in five minutes continuing our team coverage. So you were late to work in the Orlando area this morning you were far from alone. It was the commute from hell this morning roof trusses better on I four what is going on on? I four flatbed truck was carrying a load of metal roof trusses down the westbound side of I Ford OBT. It was speeding in a construction zone and overturned around six AM at one point police even shut down. The I four engines Rams from the four hundred eight to limit the amount of traffic going onto the road. I four westbound reopened just before eleven this morning. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five. WDBO? George Zimmerman given probation ordered to stay away from a private investigator. He wants threatened with Bob. Phili- harm the man who killed Trayvon Martin was charged misdemeanor. Stalking victim spoke in court today. He was quoted by one national media. He knew how to take care of people like me. Instead he learned how to do that in February of two thousand twelve which is the twenty children and orange seventeen did not attend. Today's plea hearing is attorney was told to tell Zimmerman that words matter. I'm Jamie Dupree,.
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"Three thirty at news ninety six point five WDBO heads of Polk County, a severe thunderstorm warning has been issued until four o'clock. We'll take a full look at the interactive radar coming up. Spoiler alert. It's going to rain a lot later on our top story. It's going to be a busy weekend. Across Florida's candidates. Tried to sway the remaining undecided voters. Rick Scott started off his day with a get out the vote rally this morning at Tampa, President Trump headlining a Rhonda Santa's for governor rally Saturday in Pensacola, Jimmy Buffett playing a free concert Saturday in West Palm Beach for Andrew gillum and Bill Nelson supporters here in Orlando Gillam will join rapper and actor comment for a democrat get out the vote rally Saturday at the venue at UCF congresswoman, Stephanie Murphy, and state rep Carlos Guillermo Smith will also be an attendance. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO news ninety six point five WDBO. Orlando turns first for severe weather. I'm channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Eboni Dion. Tracking the rain and stores moving through central Florida. And. And the bit cool down to start off the weekend afternoon. I'm Kevin rape us. Heaviest rain in Lake County right now as we take a look at the interactive radar Minneola areas seeing some of that a couple of pop-up showers in Polk County a couple in the eastern parts of Orange County as well. Now, there is a massive line of storms moving on shore right now all on the Gulf Coast. It's pouring through Tampa. It's going to be headed our way sooner than later. Keep an eye on that Sean Hannity next. We continue our team coverage say we've got an update on the deadly drive-by shooting in Orlando overnight 'till man was killed and a woman was shot around one fifteen AM on well street of Bruton boulevard in the Washington shores area. Well, this afternoon people who live there till our partner channel nine the man may have jumped in the line of fire to save the woman's life. They believed the woman was the actual target. She took a bullet to the foot the man's been identified as forty five year old Robert Hatton from Daytona Beach. We're still waiting on details from Orlando police on the two men arrested after they fled the scene. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO, the actor who portrays President Trump arrested in New York City in dispute over a parking space reports say Alec Baldwin was moving his car to an empty space. When another driver took it. I they argued that Baldwin punched the other driver in the jaw charges are now pending according to police three thirty two at news ninety six point five WDBO does your financial adviser.