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Delaware man in plot to kidnap Michigan governor seeks release

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Delaware man in plot to kidnap Michigan governor seeks release

"One of the men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan's governor is hoping to be freed from jail. Here's Nicole Wilson very crossed was allegedly the ringleader behind the plot to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer. That's according to the documents filed by federal prosecutors in court. Croft is from Delaware and according to the news journal, their federal officials are adamantly pro testing his release. They say Croft is a violent extremist and that releasing him would be unreasonable. Croft and several others were arrested back in October after their plans were exposed. Croft is being held in a federal lockup in Philadelphia, waiting to be transported to

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Nicole Wilson has more in a tweet posted last Wednesday, Fred Piccolo commented on a photo gallery with pictures of hope in 19 victims. And ask to have a picture of 99 survivors should be placed next to each photo of someone who died. That's according to the Miami Herald, which captured a screenshot of the tweet before Piccolo's account was deactivated. Some have called the Tweet disgusting, Piccolo told the Sun Sentinel. He just made an observation on what he thinks is worth a discussion. I'm Cameron Fairchild. NBC news radio. Healthcare workers at some New York City hospitals are in a heated battle over the covert 19 vaccine. Sara Lee Kessler reports. The New York Times says doctors and nurses at New York Presbyterian is work in Stanley Children's Hospital are turning against each other. After some less at risk staffers cut the line to get the Fizer vex. I see you an emergency room workers are supposed to get the vaccine first. But the newspaper says social workers and clerks working From home have gotten vaccinated ahead of schedule. Health care workers in Mount Sinai and Columbia Presbyterian also told the Times there was rivalry to get vaccinated, complaining that hospitals are failing to properly prioritize who goes first. Sweden reports its first covert 19 case involving a Mork contagious new strain of the virus, which is rapidly spreading in Britain. Sweetest health officials say it turned up in a test after a traveler from the UK became Will that person remains isolated. Health officials in France also confirmed that countries for his case of the new strain when a man who had recently arrived from London tested positive for the mutated virus. I'm at Madison 72% of Americans Support President elect Joe Biden's idea for a general nationwide mask mandate, according to a survey by box and data for progress. 69% of respondents supported a mask requirement while on federal property like courthouses and post off This is and 66% thought mass should be worn while around anyone outside one's own household. The mandates also found support among both Democrats and Republicans. The rule would be part of a list of initiatives to staunch the spread of covert 19 Once Biden takes office. I'm Brian shook, archaeologists have uncovered an ancient snack bar in the ruins.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And have trust incompetence it meets the FDA is high standards for safety and effectiveness. Efficiency does not mean any cutting of corners medical products. They're still undergoing rigorous study in clinical trials. Important safety checks remain in place. The FDA review teams continue, as they have always done to comb through the data submitted by companies regarding their medical products. Dr Hahn says they're aiming to be as transparent as possible. The FDA is making available information on their data review process as well as vaccine ingredients, benefits uses and risks. I'm Lisa Taylor, assistant nursing professor at U C L. A. Says she experienced side effects after getting the covert vaccine. Kristen Choice says they showed up after the booster shot. I had chills, nausea, fatigue, headache the day after that vaccine on Ben that evening, I started to develop a fever, and that kind of escalated overnight. I woke up the next morning with a very high fever. Joy took part in the Fizer vaccine trials. Hospital in Maryland reaches a milestone as it releases its 1/1000 Cove in 19 patient, Nicole Wilson has details. The 83 year old grandmother spent five days in Baltimore is Medstar Franklin Hospital before she was released to head back home yesterday. She's the 1/1000 person to be released from that hospital after being treated for covert. The woman says she's grateful to go home for the holidays. But speaking of holidays, officials in Maryland are urging people to avoid large family gatherings. They've seen a surge of covert cases since Thanksgiving, and they say it's mainly being transmitted at family functions. Right now, every region of the state is in a red zone. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. The Centers for Disease Control says a record 188 million flu vaccines had been distributed throughout the United States. That's the most in any influence a season yet the more than 44 million flu vaccines administered in pharmacies by late November signal to 46% increase from the same time last year, and the CDC says only 429 people have tested positive for the flu since September, 27th Making it a significantly lighter season than in years past. They're recommending everyone get a flu shot this year because of the covert 19 pandemic. I'm at Madison Police in New York City, charging a woman accused of driving her car into a crowd of protesters. Paul the Castro has the story Cops a 52 year old Kathleen Cassio is facing a charge of reckless endangerment. After striking protesters at the intersection of 39th Street and Third Avenue. What about 4 P.m.? This witness describes how the terrifying scene unfolded. Scott's the.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's Nicole Wilson reporting. And on that matters, so And I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. New York State reported 5388 new covert 19 cases today, marking the second straight day that the number topped 5000. That's the highest level since the peak of the outbreak back in April. Meantime, New York City's seven day positivity average declined to 2.47% down from 2.83% yesterday, and that is good news for parents who want their kids to be able to stay in New York City's public schools. There. Bill de Blasio had warned parents yesterday to prepare for in person schooling to end as soon as Monday, A seven day positivity rate of 3% would trigger that shut down, according to a threshold set by De Blasio. Governor Andrew Cuomo. Wanna call today said that perhaps that 3% rate should be revisited since the 3% was set. We have become more sophisticated and have more capacity than we had at that time, Cuomo suggesting adding a factor of the positivity in the schools themselves. Johnson and Johnson, trying to catch up to rivals in the rush for a covert 19 vaccine will spend about $604 million, expanding its deal with the U. S government to develop a vaccine more from Bloomberg's tiny's Pellegrini. The Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority will commit about $454 million in additional money to the phase three ensemble trial, which seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of the company's vaccine candidate as a single dose. J. J has enrolled only a few 1000 participants and it's 60,000 person trial, partly because it halted the study in October for two weeks over a safety concern. In these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. I'm very rich holes. You're listening to master's in business on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest this week is Penny Pennington. She is the.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The crash occurred due to technical issues. Texas Country Music star has died. Sarah Bartlett has the story. Love reading. Doug Supernaw was 60 years old and had been battling stage four cancer since 2019 Supernaw had several hits in the nineties, having released four studio albums with songs, including Reno, and I Don't Call Him Daddy. Supernaw was placed in hospice care last month and passed away Friday at his Texas home. That's Sarah Bartlett reporting, and I'm Matt Matt Johnson. Tropical Storm Iota is approaching Central America and could be a Category three hurricane by the time it reaches Nicaragua and Honduras. It's the 30th named storm of this hurricane season, and that's a record it's expected to make landfall late Monday or early Tuesday. If it does become a hurricane. It will be the 13th this year in the Atlantic. Nashville Mayor John Cooper is addressing concerns about covert 19 transmission in schools. Leslie Bull reports The district recently announced 37 new cases in students. Metro National Public Schools released their latest report showing 214 staff quarantined with 52 Positive Cove in 19 cases. The report also said 770 students were isolated with 37 positive cases there, Cooper said the outbreaks and isolation are expected, but as far as transmission inside the school Buildings that does not seem to be happening in widespread capacity. I'm Leslie Bowl officials have stopped counting absentee ballots in Onondaga County, New York, Nicole Wilson has the details and employees from the county's Board of Elections office has fallen ill with Corona virus. And though the individual was not involved in counting the absentee ballots and has not been in the office since November, 5th Shut things down just to be safe. Officials say they got word about the positive diagnosis on Friday. The individual is being treated in hospital. 30 employees from the Board of Elections Office has since tested for the virus. If all of their results come back negative, they'll get back to counting the estimated 57,000 ballots next week. For now, all of the ballots are secured in a safe place. Nicole Wilson reporting and a giant flawless pink diamond is selling for more than $26 million in Switzerland. Spirit of the Rose is described by South Beach auction house as a super and magnificent, fancy, vivid purple pink diamond. The 14.83 Carat diamond was originally unearthed in north eastern Russia in July of 2017 wait over 27 carats. It's the largest pink diamond ever mined in Russia. Find that matches.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"April's Espada Marty Lens, Fox 31 Pinpoint whether highs today right around 40. It is currently 35 degrees in Denver. Our top story on Colorado's morning news is some good news, Fizer says. It looks like it's Corona virus vaccine is more than 90% effective. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports. The company's also saying no serious safety concerns have been observed and that the results have been analyzed by an independent committee Visor CEO calling it a great day for science and humanity. Today's announcement was based on early data, but the implications are huge. If this trend continues, the company says it's seeking emergency authorization from the FDA. After volunteers are monitored for the next two months. President elect Joe Biden already working to get a covert 19 get it under control with the transition team. President elect Joe Biden says tackling the covert 19 pandemic is one of the first orders of business. This morning, he announced a team of public health experts will advise him on how to get the virus under control. The advisory board includes a former surgeon general, a former FDA commissioner and an associate professor of internal medicine, public health and management from Yale University. Biden says the team will help shape his approach on how to manage the increase in reported infections and ensure that any vaccines are safe and distributed equitably. To date more than 10. Million people across the US have been infected with Corona virus more than 238,000 have died. Nicole Wilson, NBC NEWS Radio President Trump's still disputing the election results and plans to file well more lawsuits today, alleging widespread voter fraud is some in his own party say it's just time to move on. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, also a confidante of the president's claims, says that the claims that he see don't have proof if your basis for not Conceding is that there was voter fraud, then show us Christy appeared on ABC is this week, and he added that he won't back Trump blindly. The president also showing no signs of conceding some of President Trump's allies are urging him to keep fighting to not concede the race to Joe Biden. Even as by their moves forward, preparing to take over in late January. Some top Republicans are still not recognizing Biden's wind, saying the president and his lawyers should be allowed to make their case for election irregularities. Sources close to the president expect he will eventually accept the results, and when he does concede it will be in his own way. Sources say it won't be an acknowledgement that he lost but that the election was stolen from him. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington, meantime, talk about who may serve in Abide Administration Cabinet is already underway. Vice has invited now President elect Biden eyes going to lay.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Climb with just over a week before the election over 59 million people have voted early. That's over 42% of the total number of people who voted in 2016. Most of those have been mail in ballots. Texas is leading the charge in early voting, with over seven million ballots cast it already over six million Californians have already voted, while nearly six million people in Florida have voted. President Trump is trying to nail down every possible electoral college vote. He can. He visited an orchard outside Bangor, Maine, and urged supporters to vote. This came after he held a rally in neighboring New Hampshire. Maine has to congressional districts and each represents one electoral college vote. Trump won the second Congressional district four years ago, which is the spot he visited. Today, However, that district is now represented by a Democrat. Meanwhile, President Trump is casting his vote. Nicole Wilson has Mohr President Donald Trump cast his vote in Miami on Saturday for a guy named Trump, and he made a bit of history when he did. Trump is the first sitting US president to vote in the state of Florida. He cast his vote at the West Palm Beach Library, which he said was very clean, safe and secure. Trump won Florida by a narrow margin in 2016. He's hoping to do the same This year. The election is just one week away. Nicole Wilson reporting Vandals strike again at the Black lives matter Mural outside of Trump Tower in Manhattan, The New York Post reports, black paint or tar was dumped from the back doors of a van around 12 20 Sunday morning. It was smeared across a portion of the large yellow sign that's painted on the street in front of President Trump's Fifth Avenue residents. The mural has been defaced with paint multiple times since it was created July 9th after being commissioned by Mayor Bill de Blasio. The U. S. Gulf Coast is again in the path of a major storm tropical storms ETA has formed in the Caribbean and is expected to hit the Louisiana and Mississippi coast this week. I'm at Madison Get it right. Talk radio 7 90 ABC views of 502.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Special report. President Trump is getting a care package of the male with a bit of New York flare. Nicole Wilson has more governor Andrew Cuomo was sending the package as a kind gesture to wish the president to speedy recovery. The package will include New York apples, cider, bagels, cheesecake and chicken wings from dinosaur barbecue. That's a popular restaurant in Syracuse almost says he and Trump may have political differences, but he knows the level of anxiety that comes when you or a family member have to fight off Cove it Cuomo's brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, beat about with the virus earlier this year. Nicole Wilson reporting President Trump is being treated with the experimental anti body cocktail being tested at Stanford Medical Center. Dr Yvonne Maldonado says Trump got a single 8 G dose. It's the largest dose and so far has shown to be the most effective. This has been an NBC News radio Special report. I'm at Madison. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Ransomware cyberattacks are growing quickly. The software known as ransomware is easy to get in. Anyone could be a victim. Bloomberg reporter Drake Bennet says he's no tech heavyweight. But for the sake of a story he was able to easily by Ransomware. I won on the dark Web. I bought some malware, and I used it to attack and extort my editor. That story was for information, but hackers were exploiting individuals, Nations, businesses, institutions, even cities, according to Bloomberg's Emily Chang. Baltimore is government computer systems recently faced a ransomware attack. Carbon black cybersecurity CEO Patrick Morley says it's best to deal with the issue before the attack. Not after Morley says. User education and system security or Kia's. The hackers get in two ways one user behavior that people are opening things. They're getting fished what's called fishing in the industry. And then the second thing is that you have vulnerable System Cove where a ranch in negotiating.

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Medical marijuana products recalled in Michigan after failed compliance testing for yeast, mold

Bloomberg Business of Sports

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Medical marijuana products recalled in Michigan after failed compliance testing for yeast, mold

"Is on the recall list in the state of Michigan because it didn't meet safety requirements before being distributed. Nicole Wilson reports. Michigan State officials say the mold and East counts and the medical grade marijuana was too high when it was given to patients and now they're asking people who have it to take it back. The product is labeled as purple Diesel, but distributed from shops and Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, Detroit and Flint. Patients who have it can take it back to the dispensary. Anyone who got sick after using the product should consult their doctor and you have see

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A lot of without aren't random ass, and there's nothing I can do about it. I just have to keep my distance on Friday night, the NYPD showed up to tell crowds to go home Saturday night, the crowds were back. In a statement, the university said Being outside in the park is not against the rules as long as the students are wearing masks maintained. Improper physical distancing and avoiding the kind of large, crowded activities that have been associated with transmission of covert 19 a show BHALLA reporting. Georgia's secretary of state says people may be trying to game the voting system in the upcoming election. Nicole Wilson has Mohr George's secretary of state, Brad Ruffins, Berger says nearly 1000 people cast two ballots in primary elections over the summer. They had filled out an absolute had mounted back in and then showed up on the day of elections, and if they try it again in November. Face serious penalties is a felony. It's a minimum of one year in person up to 10 years up to $100,000 fine and we will prosecute. The stern warning comes less than a month after President Donald Trump actually encouraged people in North Carolina to vote more than once. Rothenberger says the votes that were cast twice did not affect the outcome of any racist officials fear the death soul from the massive wildfires in California and Oregon will rise. Both states are bracing for a massive amount of lives. Lost ones. Teams go through burned homes. At least two cities were all but destroyed in 500,000 people have been told to evacuate and John Fogerty says it's confounding President Trump played his song, Fortunate Son as Trump deplane ahead of a campaign rally in Freeland, Michigan on Thursday. Former Creedence Clearwater Revival. Singer posted a video on Facebook, saying he wrote the song because he had served in the Vietnam War, and he was upset about how rich.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Radio 6 10 W temperature is already in the low eighties across much of South Florida and his hot and it is really human out there, but otherwise pretty nice start toward a maybe a 20% chance of some showers later this morning early afternoon after that, plenty of sun highs in the low nineties. It had 7 51 We check some of our business headlines with R Bloomberg Business reporter. It is Jeff Balance. Good morning, Jeff. Many experts, including Dr Anthony Fauci, say the earliest most Americans will be able to get a covert 19 vaccine will be next spring or summer. And that's if the most optimistic projections hold true and the vaccine is cleared in November, government officials are developing a plan for how the shots will be distributed, who will get them and then to track their effectiveness and safety. Another complication is that the leading candidates all require two doses. Americans. Retirement accounts are doing well for the most part, despite the recession caused by the pandemic. That is something president Trump likes to cite as an economic indicator, Fidelity Investments as the average for a one K balance increased 14% in the second quarter. Again. The latest escalation of trade tensions with China products imported to the United States from Hong Kong will be labeled made in China. A government document published in the Federal Register says the labeling rule will go into effect September 25th. The rules change will likely have a very limited impact on Hong Kong's trade or its economy. Manny back to you. All right, Jeff. Thank you very much. 7 52 on NewsRadio, 6 10 W reality. Have you seen the video Caravans of criminals Looting on Chicago's most famous street all started Sunday night continued well into yesterday afternoon, More than 100 arrested more than a dozen cops injured trying to get the criminals off the street and protect whatever property was left to protect. Let's head live to the windy city right now. Check in with WMD news correspondent Nicole Wilson Milk cold Thanks for joining us again. Thank you. Good. Thanks for having me. So tell us what the situation was like their Sunday what started this And why did it seem like these looters were so confident in their ability to get away with what they were doing. So it all started after an officer involved shooting on the end in the neighbourhood on the south side Sunday afternoon, and The the individual was shot by police officers. Ended up in the hospital and is still in the hospital charged with attempted murder on a police officer. So That spent the looting. As you said Caravan's full showed up downtown literally just smashed, though the windows out of those businesses and started taking what they wanted by the bags and just put it in their cars brazenly faces looking at cameras, license plates exposed. And part of the reason that officials say They did that so brazenly is because they haven't faced any prosecution because of that first round of looting. After that first round of looting. Yeah, That's been some of the criticism not only the especially specifically of the state attorney there, Kim Foxx because in past looting incidents when there were protests and looting took place, none of those criminals faced any prosecutions, right? Well, that's right. But in her defense, she is saying, Listen, we're in the middle of a pandemic, and so the courts were closed. We did approves felony charges on more than 300 of those people more than 1000 that misdemeanor charges. Those cases have not been able to proceed through the court. Because the courts have re opened. We should start seeing some of those cases. And some of those trials and hearing begins to happen in the next few weeks. What are they doing to try and find the people who did the looting on Sunday night and into yesterday afternoon, even remembering them to justice? So, the mayor said. We have video and we are looking for you already. We will find you and we will bring you to justice. She was very furious after this incident and made a very distinct Ah! The difference between what happened early Monday and what happened in the immediate aftermath of the George Floyd. That's just said this was not a peaceful protest. It is not protected by the First Amendment. These people weren't expressing their First Amendment rights. It's just another one. It seems anyway, looking from the outside in of the many problems on the streets there in Chicago, there seem to be disturbing numbers of Shootings and murders every weekend. At least if you read and watch the national media from the distance that we are our things in Chicago as bad as they're perceived to be by those of us across the country, Nicole Well, I think it is very clear that Chicago has had a problem with its gun a gun problem. And so the mayor had been calling on the federal government to really make sufficient changes to gun laws across the country, and particularly protect the borders because what we see is illegal guns coming into the city across the border, and we call these straw purchases right, so people are allowed to bring these in and she's saying Tighter federal laws could help prevent some of Chicago. Illinois already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country, right. Shouldn't the local officials there in the state officials be doing more rather than nationally? Hey, that's a good question, And that is one. That is certainly beyond my ability to get along. But I do know that you know, we do have some of the toughest laws in the country here in Illinois, and I know what we passed the concealed carry law several years ago. That was one of the things that lawmakers on both sides of the aisle scouted. This is one of the strictest laws in the country. They have a tendency to blame the guns. And not the people using them. Nicole Wilson Live and Chicago It was a pleasure speaking with you, Thanks for the time. Thank you Have a good day to you as well. 7 56 Let's check in with Rory O'Neill and a look at sports. Rory. Manley. Jimmy Butler posted 19 points, 11 rebounds, leading the Heat past the Pacers 1 14 92 in Orlando, Derrick Jones that it 18 off the bench. Tyler hero had 17. Miami improving tow three and three since the restart 40 foreign 27 on the season. The heat to face the thunder tomorrow. The Marlins.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Was live here it on our podcast just search for Alabama's morning news on the I heart radio and joining us our correspondent in Minneapolis Nicole Wilson who's been with us Sir all week on what's happening up there the call welcome back and thanks for being here thank you good to be back so I would imagine there was a cheers heard for miles and miles and miles when it was announced that these three other officers have now been arrested and charged as far as I know still in jail there on on in custody rather it's pretty big bonds right you would imagine correctly there were cheers pretty much in certain pockets of the city yesterday when the Attorney General announced the additional charges on their children and the charges on the other three officers involved in that case third degree murder up to second degree for Sheldon and the other all charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder or manslaughter yeah those charges yeah you know the court process and you never know what's going to happen in the cords but this is been a pretty quick movement relatively speaking to get these officers charged I mean if you and I watch that video and you think why aren't all of these officers in custody you know within twenty four hours obviously that video there's no other way to to to look at it I you know we've talked about this and I don't care if it's you know Jeffrey Dahmer Charlie Manson but you got a guy that see that you have he's on high on drugs whatever at that point when he's handcuffed on the ground in under police control with four officers there if you don't put him in the back seat of that car or get off his neck then you've taken it too far and I you know you could talk about the guy's background whether he had criminal record or not to what his lifestyle was all about I think people opposed to talk about that and try and bring up that is totally distracting to what took place here at this event and totally you know you're relevant to the crime that was committed by this officer so I'm glad to see the charges were there we'll see how the process goes through the courts you know how that can be you know dicey sometimes ago number different directions but with that said today is a memorial service here in Minneapolis for DiGeorge Floyd correct yes it is today will have the first of three memorial services before the funeral on Tuesday large crowds expected out there today I can tell you that usually when these crowds are in the presence of George Lloyd's family they are deeply deeply respectful and they participate in the grieving with them because it is very clear when you look at George George white family that they are painted and they are deeply hurt by this I mean who wouldn't it was just it it was horrible what took place in it what I I like seeing to run the country is police officers are now not to you know standing on the other side in in basically you know taking the other position on this they're actually cross the line to join the protesters in prayer in leading a parade of marching as to as opposed to a protest of violence and I think it more now than ever this nation has been woken up to the reality that we have got to do better with our relationship with each other and it's got to begin with a relationship with god we've got to bring god back into this we've taken him so much out of our lives and I think we're seeing so much prayer happening now with the you know both sides coming together that I think we are gonna make some serious progress here now let me ask you about the pro testing and the violence in it you know we talked about a Minneapolis for that you know it's kind of calm down with that there were some antifa folks that were you know sprinkled in and brought in from outside to a you know antagonizing the fan the flame of destruction is that still subsided in Minneapolis and do you think that the arrest of these other officers will help that yes so we're moving into our what was the fifth night of very peaceful but passionate protest and I believe that the the images that we we're seeing with Floyd family calling for peace certainly pay it play a role in that but also some of the smaller steps that the leaders in this community if taken to first acknowledge that there is deeply rooted racism within the community and they're committing to do their best to implement structural changes and then also the police chief coming out there and saying Hey I am committed to this I know your pain Hugo black man and he has again vowed to do everything we can to change policing in minority communities so I think because the leaders are starting to take the small steps for it gives the community some relief and they are moving a little more in the right direction yeah you know they're taking their taking steps forward as leader take steps forward and they're hopeful at the end of this that there is a conviction Hey man I'm with you I'm with you all right well I appreciate your update it will talk more is the memorial service continues in the funeral is on the way as well thank you so much Nicole Wilson in Minneapolis this.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Road construction going on there an input Ellis county watch for construction of Roosevelt Boulevard expect lane closures in both directions between or ten and forty ninth Tyler McConnell newsradio WFLA goddess guys warm and humid showers and thunderstorms possible this evening temperatures near eighty degrees upper seventy seventy three are forecast low for Saturday because we are a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico dragging a lot of moisture across the state keeping our rain chances high sixty percent chance that includes the morning and the afternoon evening hours for Saturday and also for Sunday eighty two for a high eighty five degrees on Sunday rain chances out of forty percent on Monday eighty nine degrees east winds strong ten to twenty knots sees five to seven choppy on bay waters hi Michelle it's cheaper to Roger Steve Jody this is an NBC news radio special report a memorial service for George Floyd is being held in North Carolina on Saturday the public viewing and memorial service is in Raeford this city where Floyd was born and where two of his sisters reside the city of Minneapolis is banning chokeholds by police officers it's part of a sweeping reform package initiated after the death of Floyd Nicole Wilson has that story the ban on so called comes less than two weeks after George Floyd was killed after police officer pinned him to the ground and kept me on his neck for more than eight minutes officers who used the tactic are now required to report it immediately regardless of their rank the city council approved a ban on Friday the council empowered officers to break the blue coat and intervene either physically or verbally.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on KTOK

"More now from Nicole Wilson the ban on so called comes less than two weeks after George Floyd was killed after police officer pinned him to the ground and kept me on is that for more than eight minutes officers who used the tactic are now required to report it immediately regardless of their rank the city council approved a ban on Friday the council empowered officers to break the blue coat and intervene either physically or verbally if they see another officer using unauthorized or excessive force governor Kevin Stitt says he wants to listen and learn from leaders in Oklahoma's African American community he says it's been difficult to see the pain felt by many Oklahomans in the recent demonstrations he says he and the First Lady will moderate a roundtable discussion on race that will air at six PM Sunday on the governor's Facebook page and YouTube channel president trump predicting a quick and strong economic rebound after a surprisingly strong monthly jobs report here's Michael Kastner the may report far exceeded expectations from economic analysts the numbers are great and this leads us on to a long period of growth will have the greatest will go back to having the greatest economy anywhere in the world nothing close and I think we're gonna have a very good upcoming few months trump call that a job surgeon told reporters it's a great thing he notices strength the economy before the corona virus pandemic struck trump said the US is re opening any criticize some governors who are continuing lockdown JC Penney is closing more stores in Oklahoma here's Marco marrano J. C. Penney says it will start closing more than one hundred fifty of its stores next week as part of its bankruptcy reorganization it plans to close six stores in Oklahoma in Enid at Macalester Midwest city my US gogi Shani and Tulsa the company.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on KTOK

"Okay our good friend and national correspondent Nicole Wilson is in Minneapolis she's been there throughout all of the riots and the aftermath and she's joining us now on news radio one thousand Katie okay Nicole can you can you give us how all of them how you all passed the night there in Minneapolis it was another car and I here in Minneapolis it's the fourth night in a row that we've gone here with no looting and Knowles fires to structures at least that's what law enforcement I think there was a fire on Sunday they haven't confirmed that that was part of the behaviors connected to George boy here in Oklahoma City we saw several peaceful protests break out over the evening hours but they remained peaceful in fact one of them even had a picnic atmosphere and and and and one of the parks are there any peaceful protest in fact all of the protests that we've had since Friday have been peaceful not to say that they aren't with the motion but they're peaceful without any disruption or looting artist behaviors of that nature we've also had some protest so to speak that have had picnic like atmosphere than we see that every day at the site where George Floyd died over there there are barbecues and music and people just really engaging each other and it is but the vibe over there is amazing and one that really hasn't been shown to the TV cameras often now probably not done often enough Nicole Wilson with this in Minneapolis on news radio one thousand Katie okay as far as George Floyd's death is concerned where are we are our arrangements to have they been made is there something moving forward there will be a memorial here tomorrow for George Floyd at the private event that will be streamed online there are several other services that will be held for ham one will be Saturday in North Carolina one Monday in Houston I think if you're all will be in Houston on Tuesday that also a private ceremony okay so he he did not I guess originally hail from Minneapolis no no no he moved to Minneapolis to start a new life and just I'm here for the job opportunities and try to provide a way and a better opportunities for his family and that's one of the things that really upset the people who love him because they said he came here to start something over and to do better with his wife and this was his fate and so that that's really hurtful for his family hi I saw that the there was a professional boxer offering to pay for the funeral where they having trouble raising funeral expenses you know I don't think that was the case at all there were many people who were willing to help ensure that the boy had been he would have a tremendous service and so it just I just happen to see that Floyd Mayweather was also paying for the funeral yeah I don't know how that came about but I know that there were people here in Minneapolis who were willing to do the same yes the the wasn't that never was ever really an issue I imagine and the police force they're getting some heat I understand in the form of some legal action yes so the governor announced yesterday that they're opening a civil rights investigation into the department it's the first time ever that this just happened for the Minneapolis or at people here have been expressing concern about how the Minneapolis police force treats them and how they are policed unfairly and so the governor says Hey it's time that we start listening to the people and looking into some of these concerns and so they'll take a look at ten years worth of policy protocol procedure that's been going on at the department and make structural changes where there are clear and identifiable areas of discrimination and how they can they'll determine how they can police better in communities of color Nicole Wilson with us on news radio one thousand Katie okay she's our national correspondent how has the police force reacted I know that's the last thing that police forces want is this kind of this kind of attention not only locally but nationwide yeah it's never easy when you have this kind of attention I think asking how they respond to the Pentagon's depends on who you're talking to right so you had police chief come down to the memorial site a few days ago and talked to protesters and listen to them and hear them out and make a commitment that he is willing and ready to make some changes that really pull up the deep seated history of racism in this area and apparently that is absolutely the case here and that's according to the government on down to other officials and thought leaders across the city and across the state are ready to face this battle and see what kind of changes they can make now when you start talking to police union they feel like they're not getting enough support from the leaders in the city and they feel like they were in a rush to judgment and that the officers involved were not yet been really due process in this case well Nicole Wilson in Minneapolis with a special report thank you for the update I also know that your nephew is listening to us on the I heart radio app by thinking for doing that he's listening in Chicago way to go you can download them for free to on news radio one thousand Katie okay anyone else is free a free test of your water from pelican water systems I know my waters concerts my waters concerned me since I moved into the house that I live in now the Matthews mansion because my appliances we're starting to get caked with that scale and it just wouldn't go away until I called pelican water and they came out and did my test they can do so if you have hard water or if you have well water or city water and if you want the salt free they've got that but they've also got assaults softeners and conditioners as well.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"News Charlie Parker the latest from Minneapolis we're joined by San Antonio Spurs news national correspondent Nicole Wilson the call is kind of kind of recapping here it was we could go Monday a former police officer Derek Jarman murdered George Floyd since that time we've seen protests across the country and in Minneapolis we heard from the president we heard recently from George Floyd's family and others Howard demonstrations yesterday different than they were in the previous days I can tell you that demonstrations here in Minneapolis have started to tamp down we're not seeing the looting or the burning down of buildings at like we did in the immediate aftermath anymore it's it's it's much more peaceful here okay tomorrow there there at least for services of different types that I'm aware of one tomorrow in Minneapolis one Saturday in North Carolina and then two in Houston what can you tell me about those sure the one here in Minneapolis tomorrow it's a private event by invite only it will be streamed live for people who want to pay their final respects destroyed I'm not sure how the ones in North Carolina is going to operate but I know the one in Houston is also to my understanding of private bank yeah there's there's a public memorial in Houston on Monday in a private service on Tuesday and all of this has led to what should have been in my estimation should have been done sooner but at least it's getting done the governor announced a civil rights investigation and discrimination charges been filed against the entire Minneapolis police department yes so that the governor says it's time to really take a look at what the communities of color have been complaining about or is there concern the band for so long and that is that policing in their communities have been biased and this just really unfair and so now the governor saying we're going to take a look at it and we are going to find a way to get past due to make structural changes all right anything going on that day we don't know about gore's at pretty much what we need to know all right so that's it I know that I'm not sure if you paid attention much to Lloyd George Ford's daughter and her mother also made statements yesterday talking about just who he was as a person and not the father daughter relationship he had and how the pain of not having a father will be felt by his daughter as she moves through really monumental moment in her life that said that was very moving appreciate the update San Antonio first news national correspondent Nicole Wilson you heard me talking about save showers for a while now bathroom can be a dangerous place there W. shower conversions help thousands of over Texas state independent in their home by changing their old step up over top into a beautiful new low increase our some folks want to keep the convenience and comfort of a bathtub but still keep the safety of an easy blow step up entry so a couple years ago the owners Joan and Chris began selling and installing walk in tubs for their customers they're made in America thousands of dollars cheaper than the big name brand walk in tubs you see advertised on television in fact say showers will beat any in.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Nicole Wilson who's been to Minneapolis this past weekend Nicole welcome and thanks for being with me good morning so how was it in Minneapolis this weekend Birmingham sauce and violence and destruction of property in protesting going on other city saw the same thing some said he saw a peaceful demonstration so Minneapolis the heart of where all this began how was it I think we saw a little mix of both however no way near as as riotous so to speak as you start in the immediate aftermath of this no looting no arsons this weekend there was some disturbances but for the most part it was a peaceful weekend given that the governor activated the National Guard so they really blocked off highways you really couldn't access highways after six seven o'clock in the city and you really couldn't get down certain streets even so they really had it contained in most parts of the city here in Minneapolis you know I we saw that as well a lot of governors are asking for the National Guard to step in we didn't have much police presence here in Birmingham last night the mayor obviously coming under some fire for that although he denounced any any violence or destruction of property we see that other cities that have started ramping up at the for you know the destruction early in this process Birmingham was late I think but do you know once again if it is still going on around this country when you talk to people in Minneapolis and I'm glad to hear that things were more peaceful this weekend there when you talk to people in Minneapolis what are you hearing from the black community for instance or the white community as to how we move beyond to get change you know this is really interesting because I covered Ferguson and what I'm seeing here in Minneapolis is a dynamic that I did not see an Bergesen there is a an extremely diverse crowd of people who are in those protest crowds and people who are at the memorial site at cub foods where that video was taken of George Floyd there are people of east Asian descent African American descent Caucasian it's just native Americans everybody is coming to that location just to stop and take a knee and and and their words pay their respects to George Floyd it's a it's a really interesting dynamic in terms of diversity here and how the community set is saying this is enough yes M. I. I'm glad to hear that in with this sounds like it's a a better dynamic than it was in Ferguson won the call I appreciate you being with me this morning thank you very much Jamie Foxx gave a powerful speech Minneapolis listen we're not afraid to stand we're not afraid of the moment and I think what you saw on television so.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Went on with a live TV interview with parliament building in Wellington I'm Jim Johnson WMAL news at seven oh two I'm Steve coming new culvert numbers around DC has reported one hundred forty four new cases from yesterday and five deaths Maryland has announced eight hundred eighteen new cases from Saturday and thirty four deaths averaging has revealed there were one thousand two hundred ninety four new cases yesterday and thirty five deaths a federal judge in Maryland is stepping in to ensure inmates at the prince George's county jail have basic medical needs amid the pandemic Nicole Wilson has details a federal judge sent an infectious disease expert into the prince George's county jail after a lawsuit was filed about how inmates were being treated amid the covert nineteen pandemic and according to reports the jail exhibited quote reckless disregard for basic care with medical staff largely ignoring inmates medical needs between mid March and April when there was a large outbreak at the lock up now jail administrators are required to train staff on how to monitor inmates more closely and treat them more quickly if they have symptoms of the virus they're also required to keep track of positive cases and write out their plans for how they're administering covert tests a community is rallying to help a beloved Bethesda tennis coach get back in the game after suffering a debilitating stroke at the start of the pandemic W. M. A. L.'s barber Brett has the story he had that initial coin from tennis with his brother Colin and it's gone home that's where Steve Parker suffered a stroke in early April but it would be days before he was found by his brother Steve who lives alone in who's in normally teaches tennis seven days a week you know he most certainly would have been found sooner had he been keeping to his normal routine but those routines of course interrupted by coronavirus shutdowns now Gary Kessler is created a go fund me page barber brit W. a male and WMAL dot com WMAL news time is seven oh for now WMAR whether from the carpet cleaning traffic center in the district you want avoid twenty first street on the north east and we're police activities affecting your roadway between M. street and Maryland Avenue due to police activity drives are asked to please find an alternate route local fire activity closing you're rolling around and street to find both directions closed both east and west between.

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"nicole wilson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"nicole wilson" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"News update this is an NBC news radio special report the coronavirus airlines are making changes to adjust to losses related to the covert nineteen pandemic Nicole Wilson has the story the airline industry has taken a multi billion dollar hit during the covert nineteen pandemic and now they're trying to find ways to scale back service to stop the bleeding delta airlines is suspending flights to dozens of cities across the country starting next Wednesday may thirteenth all flights will be suspended at TF green International Airport in Providence and Manchester Boston regional airport in New Hampshire the airline says those operations will be temporarily consolidated with services at Boston's Logan International Airport jet blue made a similar move last month Nicole Wilson NBC news radio and some workers will be returning to the office for quite some time Google and Facebook informed employees they will allow them to work from home for the rest of the calendar year because of the covert nineteen pandemic this is been an NBC news radio special report on Matt Matt and send the novel coronavirus is killed more than seventy five thousand people in the U. S. the nation passing the solemn benchmark as forty states gradually begin to re open New York continues to be America's biggest tosspot with one out of three deaths New York City now expanding antibody testing mayor de Blasio says New York City is teaming up with bio reference labs to give a hundred and seventy thousand new Yorkers coronavirus antibody test this is in addition to the hundred and seventy thousand already being given to first responders and healthcare workers you give basic information because remember this is to benefit you as an individual but also to give us information on what has been happening this disease so we can fight it folks will be asked about their background and employment the antibody test will show if someone has had coronavirus Scott Pringle NBC news radio New York across America there been more than one point two million confirmed cases of covert nineteen health updates Sara Lee.

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Atlanta - Delta suspends flights to dozens airports across country

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta - Delta suspends flights to dozens airports across country

"The coronavirus airlines are making changes to adjust to losses related to the covert nineteen pandemic Nicole Wilson has the story the airline industry has taken a multi billion dollar hit during the covert nineteen pandemic and now they're trying to find ways to scale back service to stop the bleeding delta airlines is suspending flights to dozens of cities across the country starting next Wednesday may thirteenth all flights will be suspended at TF green International Airport in Providence and Manchester Boston regional airport in New Hampshire the airline says those operations will be temporarily consolidated with services at Boston's Logan International Airport jet blue made a similar move last month Nicole Wilson NBC

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