27 Burst results for "Nick Valencia"

Georgia Governor: School Openings Going Well Except Photos of Crowded Hallways

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia Governor: School Openings Going Well Except Photos of Crowded Hallways

"Sergio, Come on, kid. Just a school start open, responded. Nick Valencia talks about the debate over student safety and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp rejected a mass mandate at public schools. I think Quite honestly. This week went real well other than a couple of virtue. Virtual photos came saying this despite outbreaks in several Georgia school districts, sending hundreds of teachers and students into quarantine, while many parents debate whether to send their Children back to the classroom or use online learning velvet getting

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NASCAR investigating noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall

Rush Limbaugh

04:18 min | 5 months ago

NASCAR investigating noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall

"NASCAR says it is outraged and will investigate after noose was found in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace the only full time black driver in NASCAR's top Cup series as correspondent Nick Valencia reports the incident follows NASCAR bantam Confederate flags at its race tracks and its properties NASCAR says that this happened in a restricted area that was only accessible by essential personnel so we're talking NASCAR team security personnel medical staff fans weren't allowed in this area and you consider just how strict security is given the pandemic the corona virus that's going

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Former US President Jimmy Carter discharged from Emory University Hospital after treatment for brain bleed

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Former US President Jimmy Carter discharged from Emory University Hospital after treatment for brain bleed

"Island former president Jimmy Carter is out of the hospital as we hear from correspondent Nick Valencia will be able to spend thanksgiving holiday at home being released from Emory University hospital in Atlanta after being there for more than two weeks for a procedure on his brain to relieve pressure on his brain that pressure caused by a series of recent falls at the former president has suffered and want to be part of the statement released by the Carter center saying he and Mrs Carter look forward to enjoy thanksgiving at home they add that they're thankful for the prayers cards and notes they received and hope everyone will enjoy it will join and enjoying a special thanksgiving at ninety five Jimmy Carter is the oldest ever living at U. S.

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Hurricane Dorian intensifies as it heads toward US

The Savage Nation

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian intensifies as it heads toward US

"Dorian is intensifying over warm waters as it moves toward an expected landfall in Florida on Labor Day meteorologist Allison change are explained warm ocean temperatures are fuel for these types of storms and that's where it's going to sit basically for the next forty eight to seventy two hours really not having anything in its path to really in him that extra development Florida governor Rhonda Sanders has declared a state of emergency and is asking for federal assistance correspondent Nick Valencia reports stores were already running fin on supplies long lines already at the gas station in some parts of Florida here last night in Daytona beach area they ran out of water and some stores processing people filling up sandbags and doing everything they can to get prepared for what officials are bracing for it to be a very significant

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Donald Trump: New York Times, El Paso Times article on Clint facility 'big media con job'

Anderson Cooper 360

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump: New York Times, El Paso Times article on Clint facility 'big media con job'

"The president's claim of the migrants in custody on the border quote living far better now than where they came from he said that despite reporting including by the department of homeland security's own inspector general about how awful those conditions have been now in the face of new reporting by the new york times in el paso times on the clinton facility near el paso texas he's tweeting again and i'm quoting now the fake news media media in particular the failing new york times is writing phony and exaggerated exaggerated accounts at the border detention centers first of all people should not be entering our country illegally only for us to then have to care for them you continues we shouldn't be allowed to focus on united states citizens first border patrol and others law enforcement i'm doing a great job now in a moment from the top administration officials those conditions have greatly improved in just the last few weeks but keep in mind if the president he's not saying that he says he cancer phony or exaggerated given all the reporting on clinton other detention centers it's hard to see how that could be so the times is reporting is based on accounts of current and former border agents and supervisors and include sworn statements by those who spent time at clint quoting now outbreaks some scabies shingles and chickenpox were spreading among the hundreds of children were being held in cramped cells agents said the stench the children's derby clothing were so strong it spreads and he agents own clothing people in town would scrunched their noses when they left work goes on the top of the time saying the children cried constantly one girl seemed likely enough to try to kill herself agents made her sleep on a cod in front of them so they could watcher as they were processing new arrivals there ford alleges a customs and border protection leadership quote new four months that some children had no beds just sleep on clean themselves and sometimes when hungry and if clint where they only facility in question it would be troubling enough but according to a new report in this one from the department of homeland security's securities inspector general it's not and i'm quoting from the inspector general's report most single adults had not had a shower in see bp custody despite several being held for as long as they month at some facilities border patrol is giving detainees wet wipes to maintain personal hygiene again the president's saying this is fake news or exaggerated to their credit his senior officials are not they're not saying that exactly without explicitly confirming the cancer now saying that there were problems challenges they call them but they're now in the past is he acting dhs secretary over the weekend on june first minute twentyfive hunter children in our custody twelve hundred had been with us over three days now we have the supplemental from congress hhs has additional beds we only have three hundred and fifty as of yesterday afternoon's report and only twenty of those children had been with us more than three days of short as it should be pointing out these facilities were never intended for children in the first place in any number of for any length of time that's where the numbers themselves we can only take they acting secretary on faith and giving all the reporting over the last several months from so many different sources including the government itself it's a heavy lift especially given the win seen as nick valencia was allowed into the clinton facility late last month it was a sham cbp official first hand knowledge telling cnn and i'm quoting the agency prep for you guys adding quote it's a never ending cat and mouse game even all that the burden of proof what seemed to be on the administration but so far they've chosen to make it as difficult as possible to get a look at what really happening inside these facilities respecting now from kansas which nellie the new acting director of usa citizenship and immigration services i spoke to him earlier this evening acting director could you wanna talk about these facilities that we've been hearing so much about if did operators at the clinton facility the new york times

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Screams. And then her just saying something about her baby. And like wanting to protect her baby. The woman died along with a baby she was carrying. Meanwhile, people here like Michael could walk by the building and see the blood that stained the lobby here something like this and to to see that is just it's horrifying Roger stern. Ten ten wins in Ridgewood queens wins. News time three oh. Six later this morning. The jurors in the Chapo trial will receive instructions from the judge before they begin their deliberations. Correspondent Aaron Katersky has been following developments in Brooklyn federal court. This trial has been anything, but dull it has had naked escapes with a mistress through dark tunnels. It has had little boat loads of drugs sped toward the United States. Brutal murders boastful accounts of violence and rivals and all of it attributed to this squat little man who's been seated at the defense table looking actually rather vulnerable in his prison garb. The jurors will consider eleven weeks of testimony by people who say kinko's bond is a murderous Mexican drug Lord versus the defense which simply called on those jurors to dismiss all the witnesses as liars. Wins. News time three oh seven. This is the music of rapper Twenty-one savage. Many of his fans believe he is from Georgia for the feds say, no, actually, he's in the country illegally. And they want to deport him. More from correspondent Nick Valencia is Grammy nominated he's up to record of the year. He's an insane talent and has claimed four years at least since he started his professional music career. But he was from east Atlanta zone, six and civically. And that he was a gang member Twenty-one being.

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10 10 WINS

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Outed as a non citizen was hit with his arrest by immigration today for overstaying his visa fans of the Atlanta based artists are expressing surprise on social media that he is in fact, British correspondent Nick Valencia has details is Grammy nominated for record of the year. He's an insane talent and has claimed for years at least since he started his professional music career that he was from east Atlanta zone six and that he was again member twenty one being his gang all that. According to ice is a lie. It's a fake public persona, and this is part of the state in which they release us here at CNN just a little while ago. Saying, quote, Mr. Abraham Joseph initially entered the US legally in July two thousand five but subsequently failed to depart under the terms of his non immigrant visa, and he became unlawfully present in the US when his expired in July two thousand six no comment yet from his reps wins news time, four forty nine a fire overnight in the South Bronx. Left. Three firefighters hurt dozens of people displaced from six story apartment building. It broke out on east one hundred sixty third street in Melrose just after three this morning and was under control by five but went to three alarms drawing. More than one hundred firefighters to the response the injuries to the three are minor. All the residents got out. Okay. The Red Cross says it's helping about seventy people with temporary shelter. Some are residents of neighbouring buildings evacuated for safety. In queens this afternoon. Police are searching for a suspect and a motive in a horrific murder the apartment building lobby along Myrtle avenue is covered in blood where at one in the morning, a pregnant woman was stabbed repeatedly in the neck and torso Christian heard the attack. She just said something.

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WBAP 820AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Arizona allegations that staffers abused migrant children will be referred to the America. Maricopa County attorney. The move follows surveillance video obtained by the Republic newspaper what it shows or three alleged incidents three separate incidents have staffers dragging pushing even shoving some of these child migrants at the hacienda del sole shelter and young town. Arizona correspondent Nick Valencia reports the facility did report the incident to the mirror COPA county sheriff's office, which determined no charges would be brought, but that decision is being investigated. California's attorney general has told a federal judge it's possible the state's largest power utility Pacific Gas and electric could face charges as serious as murder if investigators find the way PG and he operated caused any of the recent deadly wildfires. He's asked for. Opinion on possible. California charges in the event. Recklessness on the company's part is found in this year's campfire which killed eighty six people. That's the deadliest fire in California history. Now correspondent Miguel Marquez says the brief is merely advisory. Any criminal charges would be filed by county district attorney's not the state PG, and he was convicted of violating federal pipeline safety laws in two thousand ten. I'm Evan Haning. A rough running engine could be suffering from build up a fuel and oil deposits, but O Reilly auto parts can help clean out engine up and improve fuel economy with seafoam motor treatment on sale for seven ninety nine h at.

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Kirsten Nielsen, Nick Valencia And El Paso discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Kirsten Nielsen, Nick Valencia And El Paso discussed on 24 Hour News

"Secretary Kirsten Nielsen visited medical officials in border patrol agents at the border of the Arizona, Texas borders of Mexico over the past few days after promising more wellness screenings for migrant children following the deaths of the two children in border patrol custody. Let's get an update now from correspondent Nick Valencia in El Paso, all of this happening against the backdrop of migrants still being dropped off at this bus station. We have heard from the president who said that catch and release is over. But that's. Not what we're seeing here. We've continued to see migrants dropped off by volunteers in white vans with really very limited resources, if not for the volunteers helping out I they would really have nothing at all. And no plans and nowhere

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"nick valencia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on KGO 810

"Who's to blame? Mine is a paycheck. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump said Democrats in their immigration policies are to blame for the recent deaths of Guatemalan children in US custody. Correspondent Nick Valencia reports the homeland security secretary got a firsthand look at facilities along the southern border following the second death of a migrant child this month, we understand that. She's already coordinating with the CDC as well as the coastguard in preparation for a flu outbreak in these facilities. These facilities are just overwhelmed. I talked to a customs and border protection official with intimate knowledge of these facilities who said that they were just bursting at the seams. And there are having trouble keeping their head above water at full staff and not only that they're dealing with furloughs from the partial government shutdown. Speaking of the partial shutdown now into its second week is left some eight hundred thousand workers without a paycheck federation of federal employees, president Randy Irwin says these workers need to demand a resolution on very concerned that we are precipitate. Tasting a you know, a recession in this country. So the letter writing that should happen is people to the Republican comp. Caucus getting them to have a backbone stand up to his president. And don't go off the cliff with him by by precipitating economic decline by this shutdown polls opened and people began voting in Congo for the long delayed presidential election that could bring the country's first democratic transfer of power. Correspondent Leoni Lakhani tells us. There is no independent observers the EU and United Nations have offered to help. But they were both banned by the government saying they don't want any outside interference in this. There have been worries in this election over the exclusion of three cities from the voting. Some major.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Midtown. There's a manhunt underway for the creeper groped a four year old girl and a four train Thursday night while she was sitting right next to her mother. Police say the guy got on board a southbound train Jerome avenue and west one hundred and eighty third street in the Bronx, then sat down next to the little girl and grabbed her backside. He reportedly threatened to shoot the child's mother when she yelled at him before he got off the train at Grand Central the girl's mom got photos of the suspect before he took off. We've posted them at ten ten wins dot com. Week two of the federal government shutdown now underway and President Trump was back on Twitter yesterday pointing a finger of blame. Correspondent Shelley Adler has more President Donald Trump says he's waiting for Democrats to come back to negotiate a deal to end a week-long partial government shutdown that will almost certainly extend into the new year in a tweet Saturday. Trump says he's quote in the White House waiting for the Democrats to come on over and make a deal on border security from what I hear he added. They're spending so much time on presidential harassment that they have little. Time left for things like stopping crime and our military. Trump is demanding billions for a border wall between the US and Mexico which Democrats have refused to provide. Meanwhile, federal workers who won't be getting paid until the shutdown ends have gotten some more bad news. President Trump signed an executive order on Friday freezing their pay in two thousand nineteen. They were supposed to get a two point one percent across the board. Pay bump next month. Also, Saturday, President Trump tweeted a denial that his administration shoulders any blame for the deaths of two young migrant children this month while in the custody of US border patrol. He blamed the deaths on Democrats, even while his homeland security secretary Kerstin Nilsson toward medical care facilities along the border. Correspondent Nick Valencia reports she was visiting a.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Fired nearly thirty eight hundred former patients have been urged to be tested for disease. But no illnesses have been reported week. Two of the federal government shutdown now underway and President Trump is back on Twitter pointing a finger of blame. Correspondent Shelley Adler has more President Donald Trump says he's waiting for Democrats to come back to negotiate a deal to end a week-long partial government shutdown that will almost certainly extend into the new year in a tweet Saturday. Trump says he's quote in the White House waiting for the Democrats to come on over and make a deal on border security from what I hear he added. They're spending so much time on presidential harassment that they have little time left for things like stopping crime and our military. Trump is demanding billions for a border wall between the US and Mexico which Democrats have refused to provide. Meanwhile, federal workers who won't be getting paid until the shutdown ends have got some more bad news. President Trump signed an executive order on Friday freezing their pay in two thousand nineteen. They were supposed to get a two point one percent across the board payback next month about three hundred and eighty thousand federal employees are on furlough during the shutdown another four hundred and twenty thousand essential workers are working without a paycheck. Also today. President Trump tweeted a denial that his administration shoulders any blamed for the deaths of two young migrant children this month while in the custody of US border patrol. He blamed the deaths on Democrats, even while his homeland security secretary toward medical care facilities at the border. Correspondent Nick Valencia reports to was visiting a variety of border patrol.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Station. News. Government shutdown the border crisis. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump is spending the weekend at the White House tweeting that he's waiting for Democrats to come up with a proposal to reopen. The federal government. Correspondent Phil Mattingly. Democrats they are not willing to give a dollar for the president's border wall. The president has made clear a border wall border fence border structure of some kind is basically mandatory for him to sign off on any deal to reopen the government. So where does that leave things at this point lawmakers and aides here on Capitol Hill say they're looking into next week? They're looking into twenty nineteen. They're looking into the moment on January third were Democrats retake control of the house for the first action of any kind legislatively to try and reopen. The government homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen visiting an Arizona border city today on the second day of her tour. Correspondent Nick Valencia with her reaction statement here. Reads in the system is clearly overwhelmed, and we must work together to address this humanitarian crisis and protect vulnerable population. We know that if congress were to act or the courts would enforce the law as written. We could address this crisis tomorrow. Instead, we continue to do more with less. She goes on to say as I said before I ask congress to please put politics aside and recognize this for the growing security and humanitarian crisis. It is President Trump says he has spoken to the leader of China today. That's both sides worked to resolve their ongoing trade war. It could be a rainy New Year's Eve and some parts of the country as the midwest the south and the east.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on KGO 810

"Oh. So cold. This word. Got it. So go. Roll Alexa, play imagine dragons. Okay. Amazon music of voices. All you need get access to over fifty million songs. Download the music app today. Jio San Francisco. A Cumulus station now on Amazon just tell Alexa, play K G O eight ten. Government shutdown the border crisis. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump is spending the weekend at the White House tweeting that he's waiting for Democrats to come up with a proposal to reopen. The federal government. Correspondent Phil Mattingly. Mcclatch they are not willing to give a dollar for the president's border wall. The president has made clear a border wall or fence border structure of some kind is basically mandatory for him to sign off on any deal to reopen the government. So where does that leave things at this point lawmakers and aides on Capitol Hill say they're looking into next week? They're looking into twenty nineteen. They're looking into the moment on January third were Democrats retake control of the house for the first action of any kind legislatively to try and reopen the government homeland security secretary cares. Nielsen is visiting and Arizona border city today on the second day of her tour. Correspondent Nick Valencia with her reaction statement here. Reads, quote, the system is clearly overwhelmed, and we must work together to address this humanitarian. In crisis and protect vulnerable populations. We know that if congress were to act or the courts to enforce the law as written. We could address this crisis tomorrow. Instead, we continue to do more with less. She goes on to say as I said before I ask congress to please put politics aside and recognize this for the growing security and humanitarian crisis. It is President Trump says he has spoken to the leader of China today. That's both sides worked to resolve their ongoing trade war. It could be a rainy New Year's Eve and some parts of the country as the midwest the south and the.

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10 10 WINS

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The commander in chief made a surprise visit to Iraq today spending about three hours on the ground there at accompanied by the first lady, here's correspondent eighty field. Coming after criticism he had not visited overseas troops in war zones since becoming president other president. President George W Bush and President Obama may visits to combat zones fairly frequently President Trump had not and he bridled at that criticism as he does it pretty much every criticism was levelled at him because it was noticed. ABC's Terry Moran. Correspondent Martha Raddatz on. Why the president chose to visit Iraq less dangerous than it has been in many years in the past. And I think that's. The President Trump probably chose to go to a Rockies because it is considered a success story right now, they really did push back. Isis be surprised presidential visits under tight security unclear if he'll visit other troops in Iraq or Afghanistan before heading home. Meanwhile, back home in Washington, no progress on getting the government back to full strength, the fifth day of the partial shutdown. Brought no indication of any urgency to resolving the stalemate or a narrowing of differences. The president said yesterday that it will continue until Democrats agree to five billion dollars for a cell wall and house freedom caucus chair. Mark meadows says Democrats are wrong, if they think the president will give in on the issue, if they believe that the yield on this particular issue, they're reading here there are currently no formal talks and given the congressional schedule all signed seemed to point to the shutdown entering second weekend, Jerry bowed lender Washington, which news time seven. Oh, four a teenager out for basketball practice in flushing queens, this noontime collapsed at his died. Police were called to John bone high school and found the sixteen year old unconscious and unresponsive Lenny peer was taken by to New York Presbyterian hospital queens, where he was pronounced dead. The medical examiner will determine the cause of his death or Blasios issued a statement saying as a parent and as a father of student athletes, he can only imagine the pain and sorrow of Lenny's family and friends adding on behalf of the eight point six million New Yorkers extend our deepest condolences. We will be with this family now into the future as we mourn. The loss of one of our cities children would use time seven five the AccuWeather outlook tonight clear to partly cloudy, lows ranging from the twenty s and most suburbs to thirty two in midtown for tomorrow. Sunshine, followed by increasingly cloudy skies. Tomorrow's high forty one it's clear and forty-one the real feel temperature is thirty-six repeating the temperature forty-one going down to thirty two in midtown. After two Guatemalan children died in its custody this month US customs and border protection is changing how it handles healthcare for young migrant detainees. The agency says it will conduct medical checks on every child being held responded. Nick Valencia reports that eight year old Philippa Alonzo Gomez received medical attention while in the agencies care just hours before his death. But questions remain. He did get medication the moxie cylinder generic antibiotic as well as ibuprofen. But it's the type of medical care that he got that. It's going to be, you know, essentially part of this investigation was he given the proper attention that he needed sixteen days ago. Seven-year-old Guatemalan girl died while she was being held by CBCP of us for no one has claimed responsibility for yesterday's deadly suicide bomb attack at a wealthy subdivision of the Afghan city of Kandahar six people were killed when the bomber disguised as a beggar came up to them, a provincial council member identifies the victims as a group of Pakistanis from a region where several. Militant and separatist groups Pakistan is accused Afghanistan of sheltering Baluchistan separatists Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of harboring the Taliban and other Islamic extremists. The Bronx woman accidentally wounded during a police shootout with a suspect remains hospitalized. But she is now speaking out and is going to sue the NYPD and the city for ten billion dollars the story from Samantha LeBron on the ten ten wins ring central Newsline, renew Rita Peres spoke to reporters through a translator from her bed might never has..

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"nick valencia" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Has been sentenced to three to ten years in prison for sexual assault, correspondent Jeanne Cassara. The judge. Said you took her young spirit and you crushed it. He talked about how it was planned that he got the drugs. He had the drugs that he administered them to her Cosby had said in his deposition that he believed she consented because there was silence. The judge said to Cosby this afternoon, she couldn't respond to you. She was unconscious. She was drawn the partisan battle over supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh continues already leader Mitch McConnell, says Republicans aren't afraid of anything the truth here. If Republicans were truly interested in the truth says Democrat Charles Schumer, they'd allow the FBI to conduct an independent investigation into allegations the Cavanaugh sexually assaulted Dr Christine Blasi Ford when both were in high school. If you want the truth you asked for an F B I background investigation. If you're afraid of the truth you avoid and FBI background investigation. We want one Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. Iran's president has accused the US of trying to overthrow his government with tougher. Sanctions national security adviser, John Bolton has her warning for Tehran. If you cross us, our allies or our partners. You harm our citizens? If you continue to lie, cheat and deceive yes, there will indeed be hell to pay authorities in Georgetown, South Carolina, are urging thousands of people to brace for historic flooding. Correspondent Nick Valencia this as the mayor put it is the end of the road, and the reason that they're so worried about it is because it sits at the confluence of multiple rivers projections say that this community could get up to eight perhaps even ten feet of water on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average fell seventy points the SMP four the NASDAQ gained fourteen. I'm Ann Cates. Does.

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South Carolina communities race to beat dangerous flooding

24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

South Carolina communities race to beat dangerous flooding

"Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper says treacherous floodwaters are still threatening the state more than a week after hurricane Florence made. Landfall Cooper said the flooding continues to make travel dangerous and urge people to avoid driving east of I ninety five and south of US, seventy correspondent Nick Valencia has more on the flooding from a town in South Carolina water here in Conway is slowly seeping back into the very same communities that were already hard hit after hurricane Florence made landfall. In fact, the same communities that President Trump visited earlier in the week here and Conway, well, it's underwater again on Friday when we spoke to officials they said at its it's heightened at his peak. This water was rising at about three inches per hour. They said in one area, they measured the water had gone up more

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China says U.S. 'opening fire' on world with tariffs, vows to respond

Rush Limbaugh

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

China says U.S. 'opening fire' on world with tariffs, vows to respond

"More kids in us custody taken from migrant families illegally crossing the us mexico border than originally reported jeff zeleny is tracking down the numbers for us three thousand is the estimate here the number of children the number of children under the age of five is around one hundred or so there are two other developments i nick valencia reports dna is now being used to try to get the kids back with their parents sophia greg an immigration attorney says her clients where poached late last week by fficials in blue military like uniforms we're asking for blood and saliva samples from mothers to match the dna with children she says she now knows those officials were with the office of refugee resettlement and we're also learning that the government is moving some migrant parents to detention sites closer to where their kids may be the department of health and human services reporting very few families have been reunited so far a high stakes showdown coming tomorrow as the world's two largest economies slapped thirty four billion dollars worth of tariffs on each other with china accusing the united states have opening fire on the world christine romans reports retaliation is coming fast now with american farmers bracing for the hip sunday canada's slap tariffs on twelve point six billion dollars worth of american exports catch up to soybeans overnight just overnight mexico doubled its tariff on pork imported from the us to twenty percent that's a huge market for american pork producers mexico is the largest importer of american pork the stock market is rising during all this with the dow jones industrial average up one hundred seventy eight points this hour the nasdaq pumped by tech stocks up about seventy two points and the sp is up twenty one other breaking news the white house confirms that former fox news executive bill shine as the new communications director shine left the network over criticism of how.

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WJR 760

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on WJR 760

"Family was setting off fireworks last night and afterwards they put them in a trash can leaning up against the home and the remnants of that caught fire and the fire spread to the house this heatwave is extended well into canada the high heat and humidity are to blame for the deaths of at least seventeen people since sunday and quebec according to the authorities a spokesman for montreal's regional public health department says the victims were mostly over the age of fifty male and living alone none had air conditioning the region had seen record high temperatures and high humidity since sunday temperatures were in the mid nineties for montreal sunday and monday about twenty degrees higher than the normal temperature this time of year the heat index was well above one hundred degrees i'm bill michaels dna testing has been conducted as part of the process to reunite children who were separated from their parents at the border correspondent nick valencia spokane do someone who says he represents one of the migrants subject to the testing zafir greg an immigration attorney says her clients where poached late last week by officials in blue military like uniforms we're asking for blood and saliva samples from mothers to match the dna with children she says she now knows those officials were with the office of refugee resettlement the dna testing why are they doing that that's because children can be trafficked or smuggled into the country by those claiming to be parents and they're actually in the human trafficking business rescuers in thailand are up against the clock they're trying to take those twelve boys in their soccer coach out of a flooded out cave correspondent jonathan miller reports the authorities are accelerating the effort situation now is really critical it's nail biting they have a very small window now to try to extract the boys before this forecast deluge of the monsoon which is likely to start again on saturday british police are investigating six claims of sexual assault or assaults by by the academy award winning actor kevin spacey three more than previously disclosed he has not been arrested in britain for these allegations wjr news time eleven.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News interview still thinking the north will do what kim signed in a joint statement out of their meeting in singapore i got along really well with chairman kim we had a great chemistry we really had chairman but do we believe in mr president i've made a deal with him i shook hands with him i really believe you mentioned the us and ally still have stiff sanctions on north korea over its nuclear and missile ambitions bob costantini washington dna testing may be carried out as part of the us government's requirement to reunite children separated from parents entering the country illegally correspondent nick valencia sophia greg an immigration attorney says her clients where late last week by officials in blue military like uniforms who are asking for blood and saliva samples from mothers to mash the dna with children officials were said to be with the office of refugee resettlement fresh job numbers are in scott carr reports analysts say the new adp national employment report does little to change perceptions that labor market conditions continue to tighten the labor market is viewed as being near or at full employment with a jobless rate and an eighteen year low of three point eight percent the new report shows private employers hiring one hundred seventy seven thousand workers in june less than market expectations the slowdown in hiring likely reflects difficulties finding qualified workers adp says there are a record six point seven million unfilled jobs scott carr washington rescuers in thailand work to free twelve boys and their soccer coach trapped in a cave nearly two weeks monsoon rains are expected soon which will hamper efforts i'm.

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United States, Ed Neater and Telecoms discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

02:15 min | 2 years ago

United States, Ed Neater and Telecoms discussed on Bloomberg Best

"Hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to adult film star stormy daniels that contradicts what trump had told reporters when he said he was not aware of the payment and that he did know we're cohen had gotten the money all nine people on board the puerto rico air national guard plane that nosedived into georgia highway today lost their lives the latest from correspondent nick valencia we did speak to the national guard as well earlier in puerto rico they tell me that this specific plane the c one thirty had undergone routine maintenance in the last few days and had been cleared to fly and make that flight to arizona where it was going to be decommissioned input into the boneyard these cdc says the first death linked to e coli tainted romain lettuce has been reported the number of people affected is now more than one hundred twenty twentyfive states at least fifty two people have been hospitalized including fourteen with kidney failure i'm barbara kusak bryan curtis in hong kong let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets xiaomi has become the first major company to use hong kong's new rules for going public the chinese smartphone maker is taking advantage of changes here that means that companies with different share classes can list in the city xiaomi is thought to be raising about ten billion us dollars the ipo would value the company at about one hundred billion the federal reserve said inflation is close to its target it indicated that it would stick to its path of gradually tightening monetary policy the dollar originally gained but it has fallen sharply this morning in asia and is trading now down about a quarter of one percent u s china trade talks loom china has stopped buying us soybeans and has weakened its currency further on the us side us military exchanges have stopped selling smartphones made by hallway and z t and the wall street journal has reported that the trump administration is is considering executive action to restrict the sales of telecoms equipment in the united states this would also affect while way and z t tesla shares down five percent in late trading electric car maker reported quarterly revenue that beat analysts estimates and it said model three production would pick up but bloomberg opinion columnist ed neater says tesla is getting ahead of itself they're changing as they go along.

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Cnn, Nick Valencia and Travis discussed on Curtis & Eboni

Curtis & Eboni

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Cnn, Nick Valencia and Travis discussed on Curtis & Eboni

"The deadly waffle house shooting fled the scene cnn's nick valencia reports the man who snatched an air fifteen rifle out of the hands of the shooter james shaw junior being held as a hero if he hadn't done enough already he's also started to go fund me account for the victims of this shooting sorta raise more than six thousand dollars and speaking of the victims two of them remain in the hospital in stable condition more than eighty police officers are searching for the suspect travis ranking four people were killed an unruly passenger hit with a stun gun and forcibly pulled from american airlines flight from miami to chicago a witness shot video of the dramatic scene last night for the year your line says the man got into an argument with another passenger and officer told him he was being removed because he assaulted a lady a woman is in custody for keeping her young child locked in mccaren college point count a forty six year old mother elvira sika is charged with endangering the welfare of a child leaving the two year old locked in my car yesterday afternoon in a shopping parking mall and one woman says that's not a good thing that's very very upsetting especially this day and age every dangerous i'm so sorry to hear the firefighters rescued the girl who was overheated and dehydrated from being left alone for thirty.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A man who then killed himself correspondent nick valencia says the crime scene is still being investigated still here in trenton florida is still very fresh chinese restaurant with the two deputies were shot and killed the styrofoam cups that they were using the drink out of while having lunch or still sitting on the table there's blood still on the ground there inside we'll bring you more information on that story as it becomes available to us it's been a horrific week for sheriff shane jones and the people of polk county on tuesday a wellknown couple from russell was found shot to death in their home the sheriff knew them both very well the state crime lab has ruled it a murder suicide and then on the very next day a fifteen year old teen with special needs drowned in upon fox ecksteen stephanie sharp has the story polk county sheriff shane jones sits behind his desk thursday he's reflecting back on what happened over the past few days the drowning yesterday was just it just it it was gut wrenching you can't ever mentally prepare for that the sheriff's office was called to an accidental drowning and appleton wednesday curson tanner a fifteen year old special needs teen was found three hundred yards from his house one day before another tragedy polk county authorities investigated the death of keith cogs well and his wife lianne they believe it was a murder suicide the two were prominent in the river valley business community and friends of jones and other deputies in the department he says they are law enforcement but people to jones says there is a chaplain for deputies to talk to he's readily available at any time when you're in a community are sized pretty much everybody knows almost everybody steve pyle is a senior pastor at the journey church he says tragedy and grief or something they will be discussing during sunday service issues in thirty minutes bob steel newsradio one or.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Not available deadly amtrak rack accounting tax reform plan kinks numerous investigators will be determining the cause of an amtrak derailment south of seattle washington state highway patrol spokesperson brooke belva says a third police have come up with an initial death toll right now what we do know is we know for sure that there are three and i know that there had been some con conflicting reports about that understand that this is a very complex scene we have multiple agencies on here and first reports when we hear that would we're hearing different reports we want to confirm that that number is indeed accurate or not accurate wouldn't lead you are counting we are confirming three at the time congress is working or working to push through a one and a half trillion dollar tax overhaul package this week but on everyone likes it this way a group of protesters gathered outside of senator john cornyn dallas office with altered lyrics to holiday classics this woman says she believes the bill would only benefit the wealthy hardworking people should not be paying more in taxes to give money to people who really don't need more money proponents of the bill say it's intended to create jobs and spur investment the bill could be voted on israeli as this week clayton neville dallas thous tackles tax reform tomorrow efforts are underway to restore air travel back to normal after an outage at atlanta's hartsfieldjackson affecting thousands of passengers correspondent nick valencia it took nearly eleven hours but the power finally came back on here at the.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Wanna county going doortodoor four people out of their homes ahead of the atmosphere at least three thousand five hundred homes businesses and other buildings had been destroyed it's been nearly three weeks since hurricane maria battered puerto rico yet most of the island is still without power authorities say the death toll is at least forty five assistant homeland security secretary chris crabs says federal officials are doing what they can putting everything we can into it our seeing some progress daytoday but this everybody you know it's gonna take time the scale of this disaster uh i think we're still coming to appreciate truly appreciate how large this event was actress catherine candles as powerful hollywood producer harvey weinstein once chased her around the room naked she's hoping this latest scandal result in change within the industry nb young i'd like to see lemon general fight their voices are heard on people they're afraid to speak out for women men hinton perpetrated against i feel it should be in no time people to talk about the staff the boy scouts on just were boys anymore is corresponded nick valencia tells us olds will now be able to join the right conte cub scout program older goals will be unable to advance to the highest rank of eagle scout the organization saying this decision comes after years of a quest from family members and goals to join the organisation the girls guard so not happy about the change saying it will strain its relationship with the boy scouts i'm jim it's nbo anniversary is here to they out the.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is wbz newsradio 1030 boston had all of new england wbz news time six eighteen it's 62 degrees clear skies as the sun rises of constant endara jovian here's what were falling of the wbz newsroom north koreans attend a rally as officials denounced the united states of president trump after an exchange of insults salt between the leaders of both countries over north korea's nuclear program police are investigating the death of the woman whose body was found in a home in revere on ran view avenue in revere yesterday a small bridge on the jamaica way will be renamed honor the late sons of carlos are a dondo became a hero when he held several people during the when he thirteen boston marathon bombing wbz news time 6'9 team four thousand army reservists are on the ground in puerto rico to help recovery efforts in the wake of hurricane maria as cnn's nick valencia reports now even more help from the us is on the way they're joined by assets from fina as well as local assets to try to bring this infrastructure back communication is a major problem with all these cell phone towers down at least fifteen cell phone towers affected at those loved ones who are trying to get in touch with people here on this island may have to wait months meantime there an evacuation order for homes near a nearly centuryold dam on the brink of giving way to a hurricane swollen reservoir cbs's david beck no has that part of the story they don't have any idea how many people have gotten out big bucks who get the man but it's unclear how many got about how many eight behind and the governor puerto rico doesn't really know much about the evacuation effort that are happening up air because as we understand it he having trouble communicating with the official on the ground there the national hurricane center says people along the couch caroline azan the mid atlantic coast should watch for the progress of maria right now the.

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"nick valencia" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nick valencia" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Wins news time one twenty two hispanola got hit today by hurricane maria now the storm is moving onto the turks and caicos let's get more from accu weather here's meteorologist dave samuel right now the center of the store is offshore froma any land mass a source of good deserve but it's still close enough to bring how strong what's of the medical republic seeing a wind gusts near hurricaneforce right now stronger winds working offshore in fact uh was likely strengthening as maria reorganizes after moving across puerto rico will will skirt the turks and caicos it should not make a direct landfall those areas were badly damaged with erma as it moved through the turks and caicos as a canada forty five storm so obviously damaged islands more susceptible to a more wind and rain us which which we will see in the next 24 hours murray maria will cross only creep up the east coast over the next few days well offshore that will likely continue the pounding of serve area beaches are right through the upcoming weekend had most of the next week back to you maria carved up puerto rico yesterday with high winds and rain in sandblond correspondent nick valencia has more we understand why the governor was so concerned about flooding we saw that verse on yesterday when our news crew ventured into the elements to try to understand the scope of the devastation in and around san juan we tried to get out but it is about an hour and a half years ago a few miles an accord in the problem was the clotting those highways interstate 26 to get out of san juan was inundated with water down trees downed power lines polls making it very complicated excited travel outside of here there's also a curfew that still in attacks according to the governor that will be lifted a go back into the facts the night that of course is for the safety of the.

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