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Baton Rouge Hospital Says Nearly All Its ICU Patients Are Unvaccinated

Seattle's Morning News

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Baton Rouge Hospital Says Nearly All Its ICU Patients Are Unvaccinated

"Cases are spiking among unvaccinated populations as CBS's Omar VILLAFRANCA reports inside the ICU at Baton Rouge General Hospital. Doctors and nurses are treating more covid patients than ever before. Almost all of them unvaccinated like 61 year old Douglas, Alan, you don't have this story after nearly a month in a hospital bed We asked Allen if he changed his mind about getting the shot. Probably 90%. Yes, I still have that little bit of what the heck is going on? That kind of doubt is all too common. Even for people like nurse Jordan Miller. I have family members that refused to get vaccinated. I tell them that we're building new ice use every day and that we've gone from 24 beds. Almost 100. We have people in their twenties and thirties who are dying, and I have yet to convince Some of my family members. I'm

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Unvaccinated Young Americans Are Driving Latest COVID-19 Spikes

Seattle's Morning News

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Unvaccinated Young Americans Are Driving Latest COVID-19 Spikes

"In Covid cases among the unvaccinated a month ago, the highly contagious Delta variant accounted for just over 2% of cases in America. Now That number is up to 20%. And it comes as the White House admits it's not going to reach the president's vaccination goal by the fourth of July. CBS is Omar Villafranca is in the place that currently leads the country in Covid cases per capita Missouri. It's summer in the Ozarks, a popular vacation destination for Midwesterners and Southerners alike. But right now the region is one of the hottest hotspots for Covid 19. According to Dr Terrence Coulter, What do you worry about? I'm worried about the perfect storm brewing with the lifting of the mask mandates the vacationers coming and going, the low immunization rates And then now the arrival of the Delta variant, which is highly prevalent in the area, where a hot spot and this is just going to explode outward. The delta variant is being blamed for a sharp rise in hospitalizations in southwest Missouri, up 196% in the last month. Variant now accounts for nearly half of all covid cases across 10 states at talks Hilton Springfield, It's been detected in the majority of patients who are the people who are ending up in your hospitals now, disturbingly, what we're seeing is more and more younger patients being admitted. And these are, of course, the unvaccinated This is the gap in our armor. They feel they don't really need it. They're invincible. That's exactly how

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Millions Risk Losing Homes When Eviction Moratorium Ends

KIRO Nights

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Millions Risk Losing Homes When Eviction Moratorium Ends

"Know where they're going to sleep tonight as affections are slowly returning after states challenge the moratorium imposed In the pandemic. CBS NEWS National correspondent Omar VILLAFRANCA reports on two families and Dallas, Texas. This could be the first signs of unexpected tsunami of evictions as the nationwide moratorium is lifted. Up to 40 million Americans are at risk to lose their home. Black families are twice as likely as whites to face eviction. The ideal that you know is now okay to kick everybody out as if the virus is over with. It's not his neighbor, Linda Buoy is also being a victim. I'm worried, but I can't do nothing about it that can't keep praying over here. She has 24 hours to leave. Omar VILLAFRANCA.

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More than 3.4 million Texas customers without power as extreme cold throttles electrical system

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

More than 3.4 million Texas customers without power as extreme cold throttles electrical system

"Of customers are still awaiting powers that state battle sub freezing temperatures some tax and suffered through a second straight night without heat and sub freezing temps. CBS News correspondent Omar Villafranca says the challenges of running a statewide state run grid are coming home to roost. The governor here in Texas actually called this storm. The winter version of Hurricane Harvey and one of the issues is that Texas is the on Lee State in the lower 48 that has its own grid. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas is responding to charges by liberals that fossil fuels are to blame for the outages, while conservative media outlets which are blaming the are blaming the outages on renewable energy sources, ERCOT says failures and natural gas, coal and nuclear energy systems are responsible for nearly twice as many outages as frozen wind turbines and solar panels. With millions of Texas residents still without power. This is an issue that's not going away. Stay with us here on Double

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 1 year ago

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"The state has handled the covert crisis, but blames an uptick in a recent spread on young people and parties. Another setback in the road to a treatment for Corona virus. Eli Lilly. Joins Johnson and Johnson, putting a stop to clinical trials over safety concerns. And more questions this morning for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett after 11 hours of confirmation hearings yesterday, and let's get the latest right now on this story in Washington from ABC News on the final day of questioning for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett, the judge asked if she agrees with her late mentor, Justice Antonin Scalia's opposition to the Voting Rights Act. 1965. She said she couldn't comment on the case, but also says for the Voting Rights Act. I think that it was obviously a triumph in the civil rights movement and the judge addressing concerns about illegal riding of hers, where she tends to agree with judges who side with the Constitution over President. Democrats concerned that Barrett would overturn Roe v. Wade because abortion is not mentioned in the Constitution. But Barrett, saying her line was taken out of context that sentence if it's just red alone makes it sound like I'm arguing for the overthrow of star decisive. And constitutional cases all together, But that wasn't the thrust of the article. Quite to the contrary. Each committee member a lot of 20 minutes of questioning today's hearing expected to go well into the afternoon with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing I'm Dave Packer, ABC News and we are providing continuing coverage on Devil BBC News Radio the I Heart radio app. You're smart speaker throughout the day again, seven hours allotted for today's question and answer period. We're now just a few weeks away from the presidential election in person. Early voting in mass starts October 17th and last until the 30th of course, you can also do it by mail. Other states with early voting or looking at huge turnout and long lines, including the states of Texas and Georgia. CBS is Omar Villafranca, with more from a polling location in Dallas Long lines greeted Texans looking to vote early in the Lone Star State. This is probably the most important election I've ever been a part of, and I want to know that.

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WTOP

02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Rocket mortgage by quicken loans I'm Alison Keyes and Washington and Tulsa Oklahoma happy supporters of president trump have been lined up for days waiting for his rally tonight CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca is with the crowd a lot of people here from several states I thought people from a nearby Kansas nearby Arkansas us awesome Colorado license plates so people are coming here from around the state some people from Texas as well so this is been this is gonna be the for the president's first rally since the pandemic kinda shut everything down so people are eager to see the president but it turns out worries over call of it nineteen in a state where cases and hospitalizations are on the rise were valid CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy tells us six staffers of the trump campaign who helped set up the rally have tested positive for the corona virus a spokesman says the staffers have tested positive for on the trump campaign's advanced team advance staffers play a critical role in setting up an event on site before it happens the campaign insists it is implemented quarantine procedures and that no staffer who is tested positive will be at the rally or near attendees officials say masks will be available at the rally for those who want them but many who work for the president simply refused to wear them another court setback for president trump this week this time over his administration's attempt to block former national security adviser John Bolton from releasing a book critical of the president CBS is the coal Killian with the latest but judge Moore Alisa did fall to a John Bolton for putting out this book and kind of doing it in a way that may have potentially violated some and national security issues but at the same time the judge notes in that you know the book it's been out there it's been leaked it's out of the barn as the judge put it and so from that standpoint there's really no way to walk this back the president has been tweeting about Bolton saying he must pay a very big price for this and now he will have bombs dropped.

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Trump supporters crowd Tulsa ahead of Saturday rally

KIRO Nights

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Trump supporters crowd Tulsa ahead of Saturday rally

"At despite of the heat and the risk of the coronavirus Donald Trump fans are already camped outside an arena in Tulsa Oklahoma CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca talked to some also Oklahoma where president trump supporters are energized an already lined up for Saturday's rally inside the nineteen thousand C. B. okay center I'm very excited I mean I've never been one of the campaigns one of the rallies like this so this is this is a really big

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WTOP

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WTOP

"The latest annual reports filed this week finds the health of the Chesapeake Bay took a dip last year but all indications are that's the temporary set back the bay got an overall grade of C. minus for twenty nineteen down from a C. for twenty eighteen the university of Maryland center for environmental science which put together the report says the results were not surprising considering the intense rain and above average temperatures that the region had last year Alexander freeze program manager at the center of integration and application network says the report has a new addition a great for the entire Chesapeake Bay watershed covering the six states and the district of Columbia and I got a B. minus score so that's pretty good news Michelle Basch WTOP news he was just carried out the first execution since the start of the pandemic command put to death for a murder thirty years ago in Missouri Walter Barton fatally stabbed eighty one year old Gladys killer almost three decades ago several states have postponed or delayed death penalty executions because of covert nineteen before this the last death row inmates executed was back in the spring and early March in Alabama there are no videos are barely out there showing all in all the recent past encounters with police that his attorney says this morning you've been unfairly used to discredit him a father and son are accused of murdering Arbury who was unarmed at the time and apparently all just for a dog when he was shot dead point blank CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca this morning with the latest leaked bodycam videos showing two incidents between Glynn county police in Amman are very nearly three years ago are sparking frustration from family attorney Lee Merritt and suddenly you start seeing.

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Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery shooting speaks out

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery shooting speaks out

"Morning the justice department says it will consider a request now to review the shooting death of black jogger almond and see whether or not it's the white suspects a father and son can be charged with a federal hate crime is coming as the man who recorded the video of the deadly shooting is speaking out for the first time in denying any involvement in the confrontation that ended the joggers life CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca this morning with the very latest cell phone video shows the final confrontation between armory and sixty four

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WTOP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Armory was a burglary suspect that is CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca a swat team discovered a man dead inside a home in Arlington to Ashton heights neighborhood the man was found after Arlington county police secured a search warrant and entered a home on Piedmont street with information that a person may be dead inside medical examiner will determine how the man died his identity has not been released body camera footage is now being released in a deadly police involved shooting involving a man with a knife in Montgomery County police in the footage the officer involved in the deadly shooting in white oak sergeant David calling can be seen getting out of his patrol car and aiming his weapon as thirty year old Finn in Burke while demanding he put down a knife Burr who is off in the distance on a sidewalk instead runs toward Colin before stopping and backing away returning to the sidewalk the officer continues to yell at him to drop the weapon and get on the ground burst still armed yells and is then seen charging echoing for second time that's when Colin fired five shots but was taken to a hospital where he died Cohen has been placed on administrative leave as the investigation continues Melissa Howell WTOP news for forty three police in Baltimore say two recent homicide captive island one week's direction but the city slightly ahead of the number of killings that saw this time last year the Baltimore sun reports two people were killed on Thursday night pushing the number of homicides in twenty twenty to one hundred and three one more than at the same time in twenty nineteen in the last seven days the city has recorded fourteen homicides DC is ready to debut its sports betting app and its new name just waiting for two things though the district reopened and sports to kick back and.

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WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"News any time with the WTMJ mobile app WTMJ news time is seven oh seven Major League Baseball tweaking its return to play proposal while the NFL gets ready to release its twenty twenty schedule tonight sports have brandy happens at seven fifteen charges pending against the driver of a vehicle that ended up in a retention pond in beaver dam yesterday police say officers and fire fighters were called to the area near vo tech park where a Volkswagen was seen floating the driver was able to get out the vehicle was removed to city of Waukesha canceling several community summer events because of corporate nineteen concerns no civic band concert series but a night movies in the park in tribute Tuesday concert series in June and July are gone they're also planning to modify independence day celebrations to accommodate social distancing Wednesday was national nurses day taking on added importance in the midst of the covered nineteen pandemic children's Wisconsin nursing patient care supervisor Katie has L. telling TMZ for news every staffer was honored with an origami bird made for them coming to over two thousand and still there J. Sri writing a check here to see the best way to honor their work is to follow CDC guidelines to slow the spread of covert nineteen rising tensions over the effort to keep Americans safe from the corona viruses the economy slowly re opened CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca in Dallas where one doctor fears an explosion of outbreaks as people go back to work the land mines were planted there there and as we begin to walk around we're going to step on them Dr Eric being is epidemiologist at Southern Methodist University his concern at least twenty eight states are seeing a rise in new cases including taxes yet forty three states are at least partially reopened the virus is acting the exact same way it has been the only thing that's really changed is our behavior we are now beginning to move around interact have less social distancing.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A quarter of them on it had initially denounced readings in Asia the deal was not enough to wipe out other concerns the Nikkei dropped more than four hundred points the Dow futures are down as well there are severe weather warnings throughout the south overnight here's CBS's news correspondent Omar Villafranca Hey a tornado tore through the city of Monroe Louisiana because the people from look at these houses lord Jesus at least twenty homes were heavily damaged the twister ripped away several roofs downed trees and power lines and blocking roads across the city good mature southwire broke with the worst behind them many people return to search through the wreckage to salvage what ever they could and in Mississippi at least six deaths are reported and overall in the south in many states hundreds of structures have been damaged this is CBS news as the world races to respond to the corona virus pandemic CBS news radio is covering every aspect of the story twenty four hours a day seven days a week newsmax TV is America's new cable news channel everyone is talking about find it on direct TV Xfinity dish spectrum optimum **** files U. verse Suddenlink and more now newsmax is conducting a national poll asking Americans if they support president trump during this crisis it's easy to vote just text the word fish to thirty nine seven four seven that's fish to thirty nine seven four seven let us know your opinion about president trump send fish to thirty nine seven four seven and don't forget to watch newsmax TV today if you're a pro lows knows your job hasn't stopped we're here to help you with the supplies you need to make repairs and keep people's homes running smoothly at this important time for more convenient curbside loading the jobsite.

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WTOP

02:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Twenty cases more than many states have CBS correspondent Omar Villafranca is in New Orleans where Bourbon street is now closed and there is a suspicion that this year's Mardi Gras celebration may have accelerated the infection rate there we have to start flattening the curve Louisiana governor John bel Edwards sounded the alarm Wednesday as the surgeon corona virus cases threatens to overwhelm state resources the problem isn't just that the cases are growing every day it is that they're growing rapidly every day officials estimate New Orleans could run out of ventilators by the first week of April while hospitals are already racing to find more personal protective equipment we have never dealt with this number of sick people Dr Rebekah Gee is the former Louisiana state health secretary what is it like right now for the medical staff at hospitals there been told a conservative for example where you're mastering the date but if it's not wet or soiled put it in a paper bag and save it for tomorrow that is unprecedented doctors in elected officials believe the city's annual Mardi Gras celebration help accelerate the virus's spread that's what terror recycle leaves her husband Louis is likely infected with cold in nineteen on the streets with hundreds and thousands of different people two weeks later Lewis who is undergoing chemotherapy for colon cancer had a fever he later tested positive and on Saturday he was admitted to the emergency room the doctor called me and told me mysteries were going to have to put your husband and I see you and we are going to put him on a ventilator just thinking about my husband PM at the hospital just all by themselves terrace says she was prepared for the worst but on Monday she received a text from Lewis himself who is currently on the man is like a miracle because he really was really really sick supplies are beginning to flow into the state the governor is expecting a shipment of three hundred ventilators but even with that shipment he expects to be short about six hundred ventilators just in the New Orleans area D. that is CBS correspondent Omar Villafranca Aug to invite you.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"Open in both directions chains are required on all vehicles except all wheel drive and four wheel drive travelers are urged to move slowly and watch for ice severe storms with driving winds and unrelenting rains have killed at least ten people in the southern U. S. CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca has details for a second day powerful storm for through the south a tornado touched down west of Tuscaloosa Alabama this morning killing at least three people and leaving a trail of debris from the air you can see the destruction in northwest Louisiana officials say that three people were killed in this part of the buy you state after fast moving storms pounded the area last night the US and China have agreed on talks to resolve the ongoing economic disputes between the countries the US and China have been in a trade war for more than a year raising import tariffs and affecting global supply chains Yahoo finance reporter I keep Fujita the Chinese haven't confirmed any of the details that have come out of the White House we do know that vice premier Liu hot is coming to Washington we have this report from Wall Street journal saying that with the two sides are going to meet up by annually so twice a year moving forward to continue on these other structural issues that are really at the heart of the trade war in the reason why the administration has said they started all this check on your weather scattered rain showers across the region through this afternoon and evening overnight plenty of snow in the cascades as well.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seriously when inaccurate data was discovered the air force placed Balfour Beatty on a corrective action plan and referred allegations of fraud to the FBI Ray here. This is all water. The company says it has since worked to strengthen its documentation process at tinker, but several families say, maintenance and record keeping problems continue Thor frame, sorta fall apart. Darik enable flight engineer, who, as does not use his last name lives on base, but is deployed more than half the year leaving his wife Jennifer and three kids to deal with frequent housing issues, the fact that they're actually making a profit and being able to get their bonuses, as just for the people need to be held accountable for these conditions. Correspondent Omar Villafranca. Reporting the trial of a navy seal took a sharp turn after a key witness, made a shocking admission Thurs. Thursday. The wife of accused navy seal chief, Edward Gallagher says her husband, has been vindicated after another seal claimed responsibility for a teenage ISIS fighters death prosecution. Witness and seal medic Corey Scott told the court, the boy was sedated and breathing through a tube when Gallagher stabbed him in the neck, but Scott said the injuries weren't life threatening. He then claimed he was the one who killed the team by holding his thumb over his tracheal tube until he quit breathing. He said he did it to spare him from torture by Iraqi forces. Correspondent Carter Evans reporting. Finally, this in a long lost Freddie Mercury recording. Resurfaces..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Behind a fatal shooting of a transgender woman CBS news. Correspondent Omar Villafranca is in Dallas with more on the story. In April Booker a transgender woman who's the victim of an unrelated beating captured on cell phone video. He told the attackers homophobic slurs still recovering from wounds. She spoke out calling attention to violence against transgender women of color. Booker was found shot dead weeks after making that statement and Lyle's arrest comes just days after Dallas police announced they were investigating the unsolved murders of four block transgender women terminally ill patients up in Maine will soon have the legal option of medically assisted suicide WBZ's, Jim McKay explained. Maine governor Janet Mills has signed off on a Bill. She was unsure of at first. But in the end said it was a matter of personal liberty Maine joins Vermont as the two New England states who now have legal assisted suicide laws in allows doctors to provide people, a fatal dose of medication. They must be terminally ill the proposal previously failed once in a statewide vote in at least seven previous times in their state legislature. Massachusetts has their own version of this law up for debate on beacon hill. It's called the end of life options act in a hearing is set for that on June twenty fifth. Jim McKay WBZ. Boston's. Radio his pride month and up on the north shore. A seven year old has kicked off a fundraising effort to try and support gay and lesbian youth WBZ's. Carl Stevens reports from Salem, Georgia ruin of Salem has been in business since she was three years old when she had a lemonade stand fundraiser that raised a couple of hundred bucks since then, the young artist has developed her own brand of t shirts stickers patches, and she's created some pride products pins and patches during this pride month as a fundraiser, it's a rain, the.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Said while touring the city of Reno where two people were killed in a tornado this weekend. The national weather service says the tornado at wind speeds of up to one hundred sixty five miles an hour severe weather continues across a wide swath of the country. CBS's Omar Villafranca says there's a threat of flooding in Arkansas brainstorms have soaked. The nation's midsection drone video shows the scope of the historic flooding along the Arkansas river near Fort Smith. And the worst is yet to come. The river is expected to crest on Wednesday a historic twenty feet above flood stage this weekend is the unofficial start of summer and it sure feels like summer and a large part of the country. I'm Jim crystalline Raleigh North Carolina areas of the deep south and southeast are already withering in mid summer, like heat, one hundred plus degrees in many places this families trying to beat the heat at a swimming pool in Columbia, South. Carolina is good for the kids. They love the water. In many places are seeing their hottest may temperatures on record Memorial Day ceremonies at the US intrepid the former warship that now serves as a floating museum in New York WCBS reporter, Steve burns was there. Air is one jet. Clearly absent from this perfectly formed triangle, barreling down the Hudson. It's the missing man formation ninety five year old. Ed coin can recall plenty of missing men to remember, this is a reunion for who. Crewmember back at the ship that took him to Japan in nineteen forty four coin was one of several veterans who voiced it a wreath over the dock railing and into the water below the borderline. Those who've died in wars past and present a hero. The heroes stayed in the Pacific Steve Boz for CBS news. New york. Bill Buckner an award winning first baseman, who played for the dodgers the cubs, and the Red Sox has died at age sixty nine well Buckner is much more than just one play. He is best remembered for an error that many believe cost the Red Sox the nineteen Eighty-six World Series. Here's VIN scully's, call roller up long fires behind..

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New details on migrant girl who died last year in U.S. custody

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

New details on migrant girl who died last year in U.S. custody

"Still no word on. Why immigration officials did not disclose the first death of a migrant child and US border custody, which one unreported for eight months news broke yesterday about the ten year old girl from El Salvador who died last September? CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca is in mcallen, Texas with details on the young migrant the department of health and human services, tell CBS news than in March twenty eighteen a ten year old girl entered the care of the office of refugee resettlement in San Antonio. They saved she had a history of congenital, heart defects, and following the surge. Surgical procedure became coma tos, then in September at a hospital near family in Nebraska. She died due to fever and respiratory distress. This latest case brings the total number of migrant child debts after crossing a US border to

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Omar Villafranca, El Salvador And CBS discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Omar Villafranca, El Salvador And CBS discussed on Red Eye Radio

"The federal agency that oversees the case. Unaccompanied migrant children has knowledged CBS news, that ten year old girl from El Salvador in its custody on September twenty ninth last year. The child's death had not been previously reported correspondent, Omar Villafranca tells us why government agencies like ice Roberta patrol do not have to publicly disclose. The death of migrant child. They just have to report it, internally and two local childcare agencies in the area

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Westbound jammed up inside. So as eastbound connector tunnel, the lower deck of ninety three has eased out my king WBZ's traffic on the threes. He's all right. Mike and it's time now for the WBZ four day AccuWeather forecast. Diz wasn't a good one today. Lots of that sunshine. It was breezy highs in the upper sixties. And if you liked it today you're gonna like your Wednesday. Also, as we head towards the middle of the week tonight, we're down to a low of fifty four in Boston in the forties. Most suburbs. And then just another beautiful day on tap for tomorrow. Mostly sunny, a high of sixty seven now Thursday night, we could see some showers, but during the day, partly sunny and again, a high of sixty seven so the next close to forty eight hours, we're looking pretty Good Friday. You could see a shower on your morning commute. Otherwise some clouds and even some possible sunshine as you head into the weekend on your Friday afternoon. A high of seventy degrees those temperatures are starting to look nice where at sixty six and hang of sixty eight and Norwood, sixty six and Boston with cloudy skies, pretty Wendy out there and you might want to grab coats. It'll be a bit chilly as we head towards this evening. What these surging number of people being apprehended at the southern border immigration officials. Are using planes to transport migrants to facilities in other parts of the country. For processing. CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca, got a look at one of the first migrant flights being operated by immigration and customs enforcement and the border patrol and he joins us from Dallas homeland security officials say border patrol stations in south Texas or overwhelmed.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By Quicken Loans. I'm Gary Nunn are NBC your are Kelly is speaking publicly for the first time since being charged with sexually abusing four people including three underage girls. CBS's Steve Futterman R Kelly is defiant insisting the charges against him. Are not true. Still be would I be to do that? I didn't say don't pay guy in an exclusive interview with Gayle king of CBS this morning. Kelly is confronted with some of the allegations. Women have come forward said R Kelly had sex with me when I was under the age of eighteen R Kelly was abusive to me, this is what they're saying about. These are old rumor true at one point Kelly says he is fighting for his life. Steve Futterman, CBS news. More of Gayle kings, exclusive interview on CBS this morning officials in eastern Alabama say seven or eight people remain unaccounted for today following the Sunday tornadoes that killed twenty three. CBS's Omar Villafranca. Search and rescue crews are still looking for people who are missing. But instead of a wide area they're going to individual addresses and sifting through the debris trying to find people who family members say are still missing this week for a house vote a resolution condemning antisemitism. Updated to include anti Muslim bias and other forms of bigotry house speaker Nancy Pelosi and majority leader Steny Hoyer told democratic leaders about the change of plans last evening, according to a democratic aide the resolution is widely seen as a rebuke of freshman. Minnesota Representative Yulon, Omar, she's faced backlash for controversial comments about Israel. Most recently for saying Israel's political influence leads people to push for an allegiance to a foreign country without mentioning Omar by name, the resolution says her comments suggests that Jews cannot be patriotic Americans and trust neighbors. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. President Trump says Democrats are playing games investigating him his administration in campaign as he signed. An executive order aimed at reducing veterans' suicides. The president called the latest democratic leading query a disgrace to the country. I'm not surprised that it's happening. Basically, they've started the campaign. The House Judiciary chair has requested documents for more than eighty people and entities associated with Mr. Trump to probe. Whether he's obstructed Justice. Abused his power or benefited financially from his office. The president says he'd rather see Democrats focus on legislation actually things that we agree on like infrastructure, but they wanna focus on nonsense. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House fat Tuesday ended. Hash Wednesday began midnight in New Orleans. Police cleared.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Court has upheld a lower court ruling that Jerry Sandusky is not entitled to a new trial and child sex abuse charges, but the court has ordered to be given a new sentence. Superior court says the overall thirty to sixty year length of Sandusky sentence was improperly based on mandatory minimum sentences for the charges. In a statement, Sandusky attorney says they will appeal the denial of the new trial to the state supreme court. The seventy five year old Sandusky is serving time for his conviction on forty five cars of child sexual abuse more than thirty thousand people who would like to drive for ride hailing companies such as Uber or lift are missing out due to fail screening tests. The Salem news reports that's more than fifteen percent of wannabe drivers rejections range for drivers being too young to having questionable. Dr. Having records or a criminal past more than five thousand were disqualified for violent crime, some registered sex offenders still say officials. Okay. Nearly two hundred thousand applications last year for the third year in a row Massachusetts students lead the nation in advanced placement test scores the nonprofit college board administers the test and finds at one third of students in this state are passing at least one exam more than a million high school students took the test last year. Connecticut students ranked second Florida number three. A young Texas man is believed to be the second American killed when an e cigarette malfunctions and explodes in his face. CBS's Omar Villafranca tells us what happened. Twenty five years ago. Alice Brown never expected to bury her grandson twenty four year old. William Brown was killed last week when his vape pen exploded in his face outside of this North Texas vape shop more than ten million American adults use e cigarettes and experts say a malfunction can happen without warning Brown is not the first person killed by a vape pen accident last year, a Florida man was killed by a projectile wound to the head from his exploding vape pen both men were using what is called a mechanical mod, which does not operate with the same battery safety features as other models. They've come a long way today is national girls and women's sports day. President Reagan I made the proclamation to pay tribute to Flo. Hyman the Olympic volleyball player who died suddenly of a genetic disorder while competing. It's grown into a movement over the last three decades to recognize all women and girl athletes their accomplishments. And how they inspire others. It also marks. How far the sports world has come since title nine was passed to bring a quality to women's sports. Michelle Franzen ABC news, a Jaguar that escape last summer and killed nine animals says back on display at a zoo in New Orleans last July, the cat known as alario chewed a hole in a steel roof at the Audubon zoo and escaped five pack Packers and EMU and three. Fox's were killed zoo has taken extra precautions by reinforcing the cage and installing an electrified wire around the roof. A casual Ron in the Colorado mountains turns into a fight for survival. The man was jogging on a trail in the foothills. He turned around and the young mountain lion pounced on him. According to Travis Dunkin of Colorado parks and wildlife sounds like from what we know. So far. He just had to react in the moment. And by everything he had thank goodness. He did in the mountain lion. Bit the runner on the face and the head, but he managed to wrestle the animal to the ground and suffocate him. Rick Salinger for CBS news, Denver pop icon and gay rights advocate. Madonna will be honored for her lifetime of work with the algae BT Q community..

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes. Right. Chris. Wow. Seven degrees in Boston. It feels a lot colder, but it's going to warm to about twenty eight today and even warmer later on this week. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. Five fourteen Tuesday morning in Boston. It's January twenty seconds. Good to have you with us. I'm Jeff Brown. Our top stories in the WBZ newsroom. Just a few dozen cancellations and delays at Logan airport. This morning this morning. Check your airline before heading in. The NBA is warning the severe cold could lead to delays later on this morning. Senate Republicans in Washington plan to formally outlined plans at jump starting showdown. Talks Democrats say the proposal a non-starter Celtics beat the heat at the garden. The Bruins are off for the all star break fighting fires in this weather is made even more difficult with frozen and buried fire. Hydrants just some of the problems the Bill Ricca fire department faced battling a house fire yesterday. WBZ TV's Mike lacrosse reports. Thirty three years is one of the coldest Bill Ricca firefighters had to run hoses several blocks away the equipment was covering. Ice challenging especially when it gets cold. The deputy chief says this is another reminder of why you should shovel out the hydrate near your hall. No injuries reported and no cause of that blaze has been released as of yet lives have been lost around this country from the effects of this storm that barreled its way from one coast to the other most of the nation now continues to freeze in nearly half the country failed to get above freezing Monday. And at least seven people were killed in the weekend. Storm CBS's, Omar Villafranca has a look after wintry weather, Missouri slick roads caused a fifteen car pileup shutting down interstate fifty five for hours. The storm system. Also dropped a tornado in with Tomka, Alabama outside of Montgomery. The twister had one hundred thirty five mile per hour. Winds six people were hurt and several buildings were destroyed. The cold temperatures even froze parts of Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada, Matt pipe. Over two pilots are dead when a plane slams into the snow covered front yard of a home in rural. Ohio officials there believe engine trouble to be the cause of that crash shortly after taking off from a private airfield about an hour, south of Cleveland, both pilots pronounced dead at the scene. No one on the ground hurt. In fact, the homeowner heard the crash called nine one one five seventeen. Now. Just seven degrees in Boston. High honors for a Boston.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I've got another border story. I would advise time to tell you a story. So I'm putting you on hold. Okay. And they will do the weather and we'll get right back to you. So Madsen Matt's on hold good. Good. Good good. I like Matt up there in Michigan where it's really cold. Most of the time in the winter, which is in a bad spell here. It's like this all the time. They're probably get sick of hearing us whining about it. Who has some weather for you? But first some news on news update. New remain was digging out from sixteen inches of snow Monday. And there was a wind chill of minus twenty one degrees right now, the temperature in New York City is fifteen Columbus. Ohio eleven Dan Petersen is a meteorologist with the national weather service for tonight into Tuesday morning indicates. The coldest readings will be across the Great Lakes and the northeast we're expecting temperatures to be below zero across much of northern Michigan and across upstate New York and the wing one correspondent, Omar Villafranca is covering the bitter cold in Vermont. The worst of the storm is over the system is now moved off shore for people here in Vermont that they have to go walk the dog or they're going to go skiing. The advice is something. They're very familiar with layer drink plenty of fluids, especially warm fluids and take breaks win needed. But the coldest place in the world right now or Russia where it is negative one hundred forty three degrees this week. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper..

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We're on day thirty of the partial government shutdown with no end in sight despite an announcement from President Trump yesterday offering a deal. I'm Tom Foty. Vice president Pence was doing Sunday broadcast interviews to push for President Trump's proposed deal to end the shutdown full money for his wall and exchange for promises of a temporary stop to some immigration enforcement. We believe it provides a framework for ending this impasse, securing our border and reopening government Pence signaling some White House give we recognize the legislative process is a process of give and take the Democrats want to bring amendments or recommendations forward. I know the president will give them due consideration arts president Pence on face the nation. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington, Democrats, including New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand say a wall is not an option and the deal does not go far enough on immigration. It doesn't accomplish what we need to accomplish. It's not. Enough. And I think it's cynical. She spoke on CBS face the nation. A major winter storm affecting millions in the midwest and east will be followed by plunging temperatures bringing possibly treacherous icy conditions. CBS news. Correspondent Omar Villafranca is in Hanover, New Hampshire is pretty here. But it's causing a lot of mess across the northeast at eighteen hundred flights that are already canceled states of emergency in Connecticut. New Jersey and Connecticut got about sixteen thousand people without power it Ohio. They got about ten thousand about five thousand flights were canceled yesterday to deaths in Missouri are tied to the storm. The clock is ticking on Brexit CBS. Liz, Larry Miller reports from London time is running out for British Prime Minister, Theresa may. She must come up with a Brexit plan B tomorrow after her deal with the EU was soundly defeated by UK lawmakers. There are reports of plots to delay Britain's March twenty ninth EU divorce or even stop rigs it altogether. Downing Street says moves to take away. The government's power is extremely concerning. Not only Brexit hangs in the balance but also maze job. Larry miller. CBS news London. A senior opposition politicians said today, it's unlikely the UK will leave the EU in March at the box office this holiday weekend. What do we call USA first.

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Red Sox, O'Malley and Theodore McCarrick discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Red Sox, O'Malley and Theodore McCarrick discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Microsoft says it. Has found fake websites created by a Russian hacker grew with the purpose of infiltrating people's computers CBS, correspondent Annemarie green has details on the alleged cyber scams Microsoft's says it detected and disabled. Websites linked, to the Russian government they, were created to trick people. Into thinking that they were clicking on links managed by two Republican Groups but in reality they were redirected to websites designed to steal passwords and other credentials Relation comes, just weeks after similar discovery by Microsoft lead Senator Claire mccaskill Missouri democrat running, for reelection sort, of all the Russian hackers tried to infiltrate her Senate computer network

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Donald Trump, Tacoma Detention Center and Trump discussed on KIRO Nights

KIRO Nights

01:47 min | 3 years ago

Donald Trump, Tacoma Detention Center and Trump discussed on KIRO Nights

"We see is debris field life jackets floating life rings floating nobody around it was really one of the people who rushed in to help, passengers on a duck boat that sank in. A Missouri lake killing seventeen people more from CBS's Omar Villafranca it is unclear why the boat. And another that made it back safely were. On the lake Jim Pattison junior president of the parent company Ripley, entertainment said nothing like this has ever happened in the businesses forty seven year history. Or, your captains trained to be in that kind, of water typically if we have a storm. Warning like that then they would not go in the, water duck boats by law do have to have life jackets. But passengers are not required to wear them here in Seattle five people died and dozens were injured when a ride the ducks land and water vehicle collided with a commuter bus on the Aurora bridge in two thousand fifteen president Donald Trump's attorney is confirming that Trump's former personal lawyer recorded him discussing a. Potential payment to an. Ex playboy model she claimed she had an, affair with Mr. Trump. Attorney video Giuliani says the payment was never made some of the migrant parents being held at the Tacoma detention center will be reunited with, their kids soon Cairo sevens Michael spears has. The story Seattle times citing the northwest immigrant rights project said about ten parents here at the. Detention center we're told yesterday that they will. Be transferred today to Texas to be reunited with their families but, the reports say they have not been told exactly where they're going or how they. Will, be reunited with their children this week a, judge temporarily stop deportations of the families reunited. After being separated at the border at the Trump administration, works to meet a Tuesday deadline so next week to reunite. More than twenty five hundred children.

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What happened after two brothers were deported to El Salvador

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:56 min | 3 years ago

What happened after two brothers were deported to El Salvador

"Remaining mostly cloudy low down to sixty five tomorrow sunshine and some clouds that'll be breezy and cool with a few showers mainly in the afternoon high around seventy tuesday mostly sunny and nice with a high of seventy four wednesday we'll see sunshine gives way to clouds high seventy nine i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio ten thirty now mostly cloudy fifty seven in fog has everything you're looking for unlock the legendary low price on one thousand bucks certified vehicles starting at just sixty nine thousand five hundred fifteen thousand including trucks and suv's at wlac dot com just click dot com wbz news time five fifty five very large number of migrants are now trying to escape poverty and violence in a central american country of el salvador cbs news correspondent omar villafranca is there with a story of two brothers who are deported from the us in the rural mountain town of about two hours outside of the nation's capital and there's two brothers here recently deported from the us and had to move back here after they set up their life more than nineteen hundred miles away in maryland the last time diego and lease on cloud to walk the streets they were still kids now twenty year old feels like a stranger in his own country is maryland home or is this home i feel like maryland home might not be my that's where my parents are those where my family so i feel at home where where my family their father has temporary protected status in the states so when they were ten and thirteen years old their parents bought them tickets to the us they used someone else's passport to get on the plane but we're caught in the states you guys know at the time i was really yawning.

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First Santa Fe School Shooting Victim Laid To Rest « CBS New York

Ron and Don Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

First Santa Fe School Shooting Victim Laid To Rest « CBS New York

"Join us as we stand together to ensure this does not continue in our schools community state and nation cbs omar villafranca says the suspect is on a suicide watch seventeenyearold dimitrios pagor cheese has been jailed on capital murder charges for the killings police say he wore a trenchcoat and carried a remington eight seventy shotgun and a thirty eight caliber pistol during the attack witnesses say he hovered between four classrooms while taunting students as he shot his classmates and teachers the message to iran forget the idea of being a nuclear power they restart their nuclear program it will mean bigger problems bigger problems than they've ever had before secretary of state mike pompeo saying today the us sanctions against tehran could be severe mike pompeo's successor at the cia was sworn in today solemnly gene gina hospital the first woman to run the spy agency for me being director is about doing right by all of you so that you have the tools and support needed to carry out our sacred mission on wall street the dow was up two hundred ninety eight points the nasdaq gained thirty nine s and p rose twenty now this chapel one safer card the next big thing in food earn unlimited three percent cashback on dining two percent on groceries at one percent on all other purchases what's in your wallet local olympian says she wasn't disabused but ignored by those who could have saved her hind those words is a child that desperately needs help now she's suing i'll have more coming up after kiro radio realtime traffic i'm gonna take you fifteen minutes longer than usual.

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LGBT community cheers pope's 'God made you like this' remark

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:35 min | 3 years ago

LGBT community cheers pope's 'God made you like this' remark

"Trump for higher pump prices saying the average american is now spending three hundred fifty dollars more a year to fill the tank following closeddoor meeting that lasted an hour the white house says the justice department's inspector general will look into any irregularities in the department's investigation into the trump presidential campaign there is no confirmation from the vatican but the lgbt community is encouraged by reported remarks about homosexuality apparently being made by pope francis whistle blower in the clerical sexual abuse in chile carlos cruz said he recently speak to pope francis about his homosexuality and private in one of their conversations prone said look on carlos the pope loves you this way god made you like this and he loves you the comments were first reported by a spanish newspaper and were immediately embraced by the lgbt could be an itty sabina costal franco cbs news rome reserve police officer reaches a half million dollar settlement with the town of manchester by the sea she says she was forced to share the department locker room with male officers adrienne acosta says she was subjected to harassment from colleagues and a frat house atmosphere the lawsuit also says an officer tricked cost into leaving an office partially dressed a student at santa fe high school in southeastern texas says her friend was killed while trying to barricade a classroom and help others escape from the shooting last week christian garcia among the eight students killed in friday's rampage cbs has omar villafranca says the lone star state is mourning the victims today across texas this morning people pause to honor the lives lost in friday's school shooting the governor called for a statewide moment of silence for the ten victims killed and thirteen injured in friday's massacre there are no words over the weekend there were more tributes at church services and vigils hundreds of worshippers attended this mosque to remember pakistani exchange students have beka shake who aspired to work in civil service filming cog burn was her us host mother accused gunman a seventeen year old student is being held on capital murder charges jj watt defensive lineman of the nfl's houston texas texans that is offers to pay funeral expenses for the ten victims in the.

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Austin bombings: Package heading to Austin explodes at FedEx

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Austin bombings: Package heading to Austin explodes at FedEx

"Cbs evening news sponsored by mine cast with roy texas bomber strikes again package exploded and the distribution facility here in shirts federal agents fan out in a desperate hunt for a killer also tonight at school shooter is dead and a resource officer is being praised as a hero violent weather tornados in the south the west braces for another round of mudslides and the east for a fourth nor'easter a polygraph examiner says stormy daniels with truthful about an affair with donald trump while another accuser sues for a chance to tell her story we returned to puerto rico six months after hurricane maria were a step closer to a male birth control pill but we'll take it and firefighters remember american heroes this is the cbs evening news with jeff glor good evening we're going to begin tonight in austin because these serial bomber has struck again a fifth package bomb went off early this morning in a fedex facility in schertz texas between austin and san antonio this time there were no serious injuries but now investigators have an important new clue in the hunt for the bomber blamed for two deaths and four injuries a package that did not blow up omar villafranca is in austin first responders described what they saw at this fedex facility after a bomb went off injuring an employee lounge middleton the wrong fbi atf agents working sixty miles away in austin immediately arrived to investigate a package had been traveling along the automated conveyor when it had it had exploded later in the morning a second suspicious package was located at another fedex facility near austin fedex released a statement saying the suspect shipped a second package that has now been secured and turned over to law enforcement former atf bomb specialist tina's shero worked on dozens of bombing cases she says with each explosion investigators collect a.

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