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Trump supporters crowd Tulsa ahead of Saturday rally

KIRO Nights

00:26 sec | 6 months 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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Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows

Noon Business Hour

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows

"The video released this week shows a police encounter with the model our brief from several years ago he's the unarmed black man that was shot and killed back in February while jogging the two thousand seventeen video obtained by the guardian shows the officer trying to search our break he refused to end nearly being tased bear his look his family's lawyers say it raises more questions about the local police departments conduct CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from Dallas the ideal body cam footage from twenty seventeen first obtained by the guardian so the Glynn county police officer approach Ahmad armory into Brunswick Georgia park okay as the officer returned from running our breeze license Ahmad appears to be upset I'll tell you one here may I say one because this area is known for drug activity well I'm not searching you I'm checking for weapons all right ma'am less than two minutes later another officer appears in our brief refuses to let them search his car it allowed me to search your car I'm not as there's no reason to CarMax the second officer then orders are free to the ground after he fires his taser but it now functions and doesn't shock armory I got one day off a week one day a awful week I'll try to show them what they all grow and thankfully they let our breed go and he walks away more than two years later our breed would be killed by father and son Gregory Travis McMichael while on a run Meeder Mick Michael was a Glynn county police officer but they suspected our breed was burglarizing a construction site in their neighborhood the property owner says R. brie took nothing and surveillance footage shows multiple people walking in the handling of our briefcase has drawn widespread scrutiny the McMichael who were arrested months after his death a judge outside the circuit were armory was shot is now handling the case after five others recused themselves and three district attorneys have passed on prosecuting it in a statement attorneys for the armory family told us about the body cam footage quote it appears to be just a glimpse into the kind of scrutiny amat armory faced not only by this police department but ultimately regular citizens like to make Michaels we also reached out to the Glynn county police department but did not hear back

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Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery shooting speaks out

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 7 months 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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64 Children in New York Have Had Illness Possibly Tied to Virus

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

64 Children in New York Have Had Illness Possibly Tied to Virus

"Coronavirus infections are rising around the country and especially in states that are in the process of re opening and it's a spread that's complicated by a new illness in children related to corona virus here is Omar Villafranca who as a nation wide recap on urgent statewide warning to New York hospitals look out for alarming mystery illness in children possibly linked to cove in nineteen the number of children diagnosed in the state's hospitals with a potentially covert related information has increased from fifteen to at least sixty four the inflammation so severe some have had to be sent to the I. C. U. they tend to all have very high fever and high heart rates and oftentimes it's a company with low blood

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64 Children in New York Have Had Illness Possibly Tied to Virus

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

64 Children in New York Have Had Illness Possibly Tied to Virus

"Two coronavirus infections are rising around the country and especially in states that are in the process of re opening this spread is complicated by new illness in children related to corona virus here is a recap a nationwide recap tonight from correspondent Omar Villafranca an urgent statewide warning to New York hospitals look out for alarming mystery illness in children possibly linked to cove in nineteen the number of children diagnosed in the state's hospitals with a potentially covert related information has increased from fifteen to at least sixty four the inflammation so severe some have had to be sent to the I. C. U. they tend to all have very high fever and high heart rates and often times it's a company with low blood

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Arkansas, Tulsa County And Omar Villafranca discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas, Tulsa County And Omar Villafranca discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

"A string of violent destructive tornadoes tears through southwest Ohio, transportation, crews north west of Dayton, they're using snow plows to clean up debris from I seventy five and trot would there's widespread damage to homes and schools in Salina eighty thousand customers across the state have no power another tornado reported in Madison County. Indiana emergency management spokesman. Todd harmless, just believe at this time it is not safe. We do not want people to be driving, or walking around in the town of Pendleton, due to power lines, still being on the ground tornadoes, but severe flooding concern elsewhere correspondent, Omar Villafranca. Mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma is urging residents who live near Tulsa county Levy along the Arkansas. River folks need to be prepared for the worst and hoping for the best downstream near Fort Smith. Arkansas, the river, has reached historic levels, and it's not expected to crest. Until Wednesday twenty feet above

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Flooded Arkansas, Oklahoma brace for more rain

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Flooded Arkansas, Oklahoma brace for more rain

"In the past week. At least fifteen people have been killed by tornadoes, and flooding. Tonight, rivers are rising record levels threatening homes and businesses in Arkansas, Oklahoma. Kansas, and Missouri. We begin tonight with Omar Villafranca. He's in Oklahoma. Whether slammed the mid west it's afternoon. Heavy rain and hail hammered Illinois. Seen this for NATO touchdown in highway. Over the past few weeks. Spring storms 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

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Migrant child who died in custody in 2018 was trying to reach her mother

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Migrant child who died in custody in 2018 was trying to reach her mother

"Any more now about the girl who died in US custody last year, seven months after she crossed the border into Mexico from Mexico into the United States. We know her name now Darlene valley. She was ten from El Salvador, she traveled here, alone, trying to get to her mother in Nebraska, CBS news correspondent, Omar Villafranca spoke with one US border officials who says that more help is needed. I've never seen anything like this humanitarian and security crisis. We have right now. Interview with CBS news. We asked customs and border patrol deputy Commissioner Robert Perez. If any more migrant children had died in government custody. I'm very confident in the data that CB P has reported with respect to deaths in CB p custody. Ten-year-old Vyas death was the second migrant child death reported this week. Sixteen year old Carlos Hernandez died in west loco

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Darlene VA, US And Mike Brin discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Darlene VA, US And Mike Brin discussed on WBBM Evening News

"FM, new information is surfacing about a newly identified. Mike Brin child who died in US custody. First reported last night, she was ten years old traveling alone, from El Salvador. We now know her name Darlene VA. She was trying to get to her mother who lives in Nebraska. CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca has more on her journey to America. CBS news was the first confirmed that ten year old that Lynn Viet died in September of two thousand eighteen while in custody of the office of refugee resettlement. The Salvadorian girl is the sixth migrant child to die after crossing the US border that we know of when the ten year

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

WBZ Midday News

00:51 sec | 1 year 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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10-year-old migrant girl died in U.S. custody 8 months ago, HHS confirms

America in the Morning

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

10-year-old migrant girl died in U.S. custody 8 months ago, HHS confirms

"We've learned a sixth vibrant child died after crossing the US border of federal agency tells CBS news that an. Unaccompanied ten year old girl from El Salvador died in the US custody. Back in September CBS Omar Villafranca reports, acting homeland security secretary, Kevin Mika Leinen was grilled by House Democrats on Capitol Hill, there was this tense exchange with Illinois Democrat, Lauren Underwood on conditions at migrant facilities people keep dying. And so this is obviously more than a question of resources at this point with five kids that have died five thousand separated from their families. I feel like the evidence is really clear that this is intentional. It's intentional. It's a policy choice being made on purpose by this administration, and it's cruel and inhumane, that's an accusation down our men and women fight hard to protect people in our custody every

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

Red Eye Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year 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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Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in southern Plains

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Tornadoes leave a path of destruction in southern Plains

"Two. There was a tornado swarm today in the southern plains approximately sixteen tornadoes broke out in Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. CBS news correspondent, Omar Villafranca. A series of tornadoes struck the Great Plains debris drone footage shows a close up view of one tearing through farmland in sulphur, Oklahoma, ripping through trees and even taking a drink over a small lake. At least a dozen tornadoes have been confirmed striking. In four different states victim of five states are under a tornado watch the damage in rural areas in Oklahoma. She'll roofs ripped off homes torn apart and down power lines. Meanwhile, the severe weather has also triggered flash flood warnings. Rebecca, Nikki co owns a clothing store in Iowa. Grabbed what little possessions were handy and kind of ran in Davenport, Iowa, a Levy was breach along the Mississippi River, forcing thirties to issue a vacuum orders and seek higher ground here in Oklahoma City, they're bracing for the possibility of tornadoes hail and

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A Houston high school has implemented a dress code -- for parents

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

A Houston high school has implemented a dress code -- for parents

"In Texas controversy over school dress code for parents CBS has Omar Villafranca is in Houston. The roughly sixteen hundred students at James Madison high school already follow address code. No, hoodies no flip flops and no low hanging pants, teachers and staff also must look neat and clean and dress appropriately. Now similar expectations have been set for parents like to go Miller. This is a failing school. You have other things to worry about than my attire, curlers shower caps and jammies. Among the prohibited

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Kyle Silvester, Saint Mary's Baptist And Saint Landry Parish discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Silvester, Saint Mary's Baptist And Saint Landry Parish discussed on WCBS Programming

"Latest now on a string of suspicious fires at black churches in Louisiana from CBS's, Omar Villafranca. This is spacious fires begin early last week all three historically black Baptist. Churches are just a few miles apart in Saint Landry parish. Kyle Silvester is the pastor of Saint Mary's Baptist. The first church was burned.

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FBI investigating string of fires at black churches in Louisiana

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

FBI investigating string of fires at black churches in Louisiana

"Gatien into a string of suspicious fires at historically. Black churches in Louisiana, three churches. Have burned in less than two weeks near Baton Rouge. CBS's Omar Villafranca says parishioners are on edge. Kyle Sylvester is the pastor of Saint Mary's Baptist. The first church that was burned. We can't let this setback. Stop us from God has initially called us to the ATF and FBI are involved in the investigation. But the fire marshal says it's too early to categorize any of the fires as hate crimes. We're going to solve this investigators have sent evidence to the state crime lab, but results could take a few more days as for the churches all three pastors. Tell me they plan to rebuild. All three churches, just a few miles

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Alabama tornado survivor clung to shoe rack

Chad Hartman

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Alabama tornado survivor clung to shoe rack

"The weekend of catastrophic tornadoes in the southeast killed twenty three people and injured dozens more Carol deans husband one of the victims. He was doing the sheer impact of an e f four tornado is baffling. CBS's Omar Villafranca is in Smith station. Alabama Kim Certes showed us what's left of her home? She took shelter in her bedroom closet during the tornado, and she barely survived by clinging onto a shoe rack feel the pressure building up my ears. Pop Ben, and all of a sudden, I heard the window below. And when it blew I was being sucked up into the attic. One survivor said there wasn't even time to be

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The search for survivors and more victims continues after a tornado devastated, a rural community and Lee county, Alabama Twenty-three people, including some children are confirmed dead. Governor Kay Ivey. Most children mothers fathers. Neighbors in Lee county sheriff Jay Jones says rescue crews have come from across Alabama and neighboring states had an overwhelming response from the community and from volunteers from literally all over the state and from our neighbors in in Georgia as well all we even had calls from Mississippi. I have to say that weird. So primitive of everyone's efforts to come to our aid and our time of need. The national weather service says the path of the tornado is a mile wide and twenty four miles long. CBS's Omar Villafranca says it was a terrifying. Experience for many we went into one home here in Smith station, where about ten foot limbs had basically been stabbed through the roof of this house that the family was inside. It is a miracle that they didn't die inside there. They hid and bathrooms and they hid in closets and part of the roof has gone. And in fact, one woman told me she was being sucked out through the roof. But it passed so quick that it just lift. That her up and then dropped her back down. It's looking more likely that President Trump will have to wield his veto pen for the first time. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says critics of Mr. Trump's emergency declaration on the southern border have enough votes to pass a resolution blocking the move Kentucky Republican rand Paul is among the opponents begin.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The search for survivors more victims continues after a tornado devastated, a rural community and Lee county, Alabama Twenty-three people, including some children are confirmed dead. Governor Kay Ivey. Children moguls follows. Neighbors in Lee county sheriff Jay Jones says rescue crews have come from across Alabama and neighboring states we had an overwhelming response from the community and from volunteers from literally all over the state and from our neighbors in in Georgia as well, we even had calls from Mississippi. I have to say that we're so primitive of everyone's efforts to come to our aid and our time of need. The national weather service says the path of the tornado is a mile wide and twenty four miles long. CBS's Omar Villafranca says it was a terrifying. Experience for many we went into one home here in Smith station, where about ten foot limbs had basically been stabbed through the roof of this house. The family was inside. It is a miracle. They didn't die inside there. They hid in bathrooms and they hid in closets and part of the roof is gone. And in fact, one woman told me she was being sucked out through the roof. But it passed so quick that it just lifted her up and then dropped. Her back down. It's looking more likely that President Trump will have to wield his veto pen for the first time. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says critics of Mr. Trump's emergency declaration on the southern border have enough votes to pass a resolution blocking the move Kentucky Republican rand Paul is among the opponents governments.

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Oklahoma, Omar Villafranca And Texas discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Oklahoma, Omar Villafranca And Texas discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"At least four people have died as a major winter storm moves across the southern plains now snow and ice have caused hundreds of accidents, Omar Villafranca is in Oklahoma tonight. Freezing rain and snow. Fall had created treacherous travel conditions across the south government buildings and schools shut down as a winter storm warning is in effect through tomorrow. In oklahoma. At least four people died in weather related crashes flick roads caused a twenty one car pileup in Tulsa last night did sent to at least two people to the hospital and in Wichita falls, Texas. Icy roads caused cars to veer out of control in flip over. Up to six inches of snow has fallen in shamrock Texas, making some roads dangerous to navigate

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And even sold lemonade, Charlotte. And Craig Benson are Garland's. Parents. I think in some ways, it's it's almost made him the big brother, the Benson's don't say if but win the million dollar goal is met the reward will be watching their daughter start treatment thinking about. Sorry. The moment that we could actually be in treatment for her is for all of us to be there together is going to be a very special moment for sure a million dollar moment with a priceless. Payoff, Omar Villafranca. CBS news Austin as we count down to the end of two thousand eighteen let's take a moment to remember some of the creative people who left us this past year. We have more on this story from CBS's Steve Kathan, Evelyn Barisan was not a household name. But after she invented the digital word processor, a secretary's job was never the same by making it possible to move text around in third delete and do other things that people who use computers today. Take for granted. Trevor Bayless advanced communications in the third world with the creation of the portable windup radio. That's how I wound up. Colin Kroll was the young tech exec who created apps like HQ trivia, twelve questions. They start easy. They get harder the music world. Thanks Glenn snotty for this. Pedal that allowed guitarists took create a fuzzy distorted sound it became the hallmark of sixties guitar rock finally dorkcast Riley gets credit for taking green beans cream of mushroom soup and crunchy fried onions and turning them into a holiday staple green beans. Steve Kaethe and CBS news music lovers. Getting a sneak peek of some of the marching bands gearing up for the rose parade during preview performances this weekend at Pasadena city colleges KNX is Cooper Rummell. Was there fan.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WWL

"You just can't seem to get some cooler weather across the area today with high temperatures back in the mid eighties channel four meteorologist. Dave nussbaum. Says tomorrow should be a lot cooler and drier we'll get more in his complete pinpoint forecast coming up. Breaking records upset wins are not just great fun for fans. It's great business for the people who sell fans their game day gear. It's not like records falling to drew Brees is unusual. But Pam Rendez at the black and gold shops says they've got a waiting list for people wanting stuff to commemorate his breaking the career passing yards record giggling. So they want a piece at at when something. With a record on it. Meanwhile, LSU fans are thrilled about the Georgia upset shore. But PJ llanview at Mike Pence as his customers are getting amped up for the Bama game in a few weeks. I anticipate especially if we get a win this weekend against Mississippi State fans are psyching themselves up for the November third showdown at tiger stadium. Search and rescue workers and the Florida panhandle have found thousands of hurricane Michael survivors in some of the hardest hit areas some of these people had no food or water. Definitely no power President Trump and the first lady there to see the devastation firsthand more now. And this update from CBS, Omar Villafranca. Nearly a week after Michael ravaged the panhandle. President Trump arrived at toward the disaster zone. When you're above it in a plane and to see the total devastation. Not even the pad incredible. The president also flew over Mexico beach, where crews with.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Correspondent Omar Villafranca has been speaking to Miami's fire chief who's leading the search and rescue effort in hard hit Mexico. Be today is the first day that we are focusing on debris piles naturally occurring piles that were moved by storm surge and we're beginning to search those as well. Workers cleaning giant mounds of debris with the claw are being told to keep watch for human bodies, which may be buried in the rubble of destroyed homes. It is possible that you will find a digital people absolutely zero Albin says the body count could go up in Mexico beach. But he hopes says communication improves the list of people unaccounted for will go down in time early full looks more like mid winner in Colorado and Wyoming getting a weather surprise a foot of snow serious cold while the threat of strong winds and potential fire zones has specific asking electric shutting off power to about eighty seven thousand customers in parts of more than a dozen counties in northern California. There has been a magnitude four point five earthquake tonight in Alaska Senator some twenty miles northwest of Anchorage. No soon Noni expected so far no damage reports. It was a retail giant in the twentieth century only fears brings you more selection. Well, now, Sears has selected chapter eleven. In bankruptcy reorganization has its hope to get out of a deep financial hole. It has a lot of reorganizing to do. This thing assets of a billion to ten billion dollars liabilities of ten to fifty billion dollars. Many Sears stores are expected to close before the end of the year. Now, the international uproar over the disappearance and reported killing of the dissident Saudi commentator Jamal kashogi Saudi Arabia is pushing back warning of retaliation against what. President Trump calls possible. Severe punishment should the Saudi government be linked to the case. Saudi Arabia just one topic of many as President Trump spoke with the CBS news magazine. Will you pledge on sixty minutes? Lesley Stahl asked the president if you'll promise not to shut down Robert Muller's, Russia pro pledge. Why should I pledge to you that I pledge I pledge and have to pledge? Attention until you stole asked, Mr. Trump. If attorney general Jeff Sessions will be departing soon. Well, we'll see what happens come midterms. She also asked if Defense Secretary James Mattis might be leaving the president said he didn't know I think he's sort of a democrat. If you wanna know the truth, Mr. Trump called Madison good guy with whom he gets along. Very well. Correspondent Steven.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Workers cleaning up giant mounds of debris with a claw are being told to keep watch for human bodies, which may be buried in the rubble of destroyed homes. It is possible that you will find additional people absolutely Robin says the body count could go up in Mexico beach. But he hopes says communication improves the list of people unaccounted for will go down. They might not have been accounted for they can call in to their to their local EEOC to their local city hall, and and advise that they are okay. Or send word somehow that they are. Okay. Cleanup teams will be here for weeks right now. They're just clearing debris that was blocking the road. They haven't even started going on private property. We also do not have an official coordinated number of people who are unaccounted for in every city affected by hurricane. Michael, Omar Villafranca. CBS news, Mexico Beach, Florida. In a one on one sit down interview with sixty minutes Lesley Stahl, President Trump spoke on climate change in how if at all it may be affecting the hurricanes. We've seen in recent years. I think something's happening something's changing. And it'll change back again. I don't think it's a hoax. I think there's probably a difference. But I don't know that it's manmade I will say this. I don't wanna give trillions and trillions of dollars. I don't wanna lose millions and millions of jobs. I don't want to be put in a disadvantage, I'm not denying climate change. But it could very well. Go back. You know, we're talking about. Oh, gosh. They say that we had hurricanes that were far worse than what we just had. With Michael says that they say people say that India. But what about the scientists who say it's worse than ever? You'd have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda. They also have a political agenda. Well, President Trump plans to tour some of the devastation tomorrow that was caused by hurricane Michael. Meanwhile, a new CNN poll finds Americans are split on whether President Trump will earn a second term the poll shows forty seven percent of those surveyed say he will not get reelected while forty six percent think he will on the democratic side. Former vice president Joe Biden leads a pack of possible presidential contenders in historic ceremony at the Vatican today as pope Francis canonized a seven new Roman Catholic saints to people recognized where towering figures of twentieth century Catholicism. Pope, Paul the six and referenda archbishop. Oscar Romero of El Salvador Francis declared the two men saints at a mass in Saint Peter's Square before some seventy thousand faithful Paul to six helped modernize the church and Romero was murdered while saying mass in one thousand nine hundred eighty. It is fire prevention and emergency preparedness day in Chester heights. Delaware county. Firefighters there conducted a burn demonstration inside a makeshift living room. They started the fire in a wastebasket and showed how quickly it spread throughout the room families. Learn the importance of having an emergency escape plan. Our job really is to respond to emergencies. But before that if we could.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Allison keys. Search and rescue teams are still out in Florida looking for dozens of people from the tiny town of Mexico beach, which was all but destroyed by hurricane. Michael CBS, Omar Villafranca with Miami Spier chief Joseph Zoro ban earlier today today is the first day that we are focusing on debris piles naturally occurring piles that were moved by storm surge and we're beginning to search those as well. Workers cleaning up giant mounds of debris with a claw are being told to keep watch for human bodies, which may be buried in the rubble of destroyed homes. It is possible that you will find additional people absolutely Robin says the body count could go up in Mexico beach. But he hopes says communication improves the list of people unaccounted for will go down, President Trump and the first lady are visiting Florida and Georgia tomorrow. While President Trump is warning of action if a probe linked Saudi Arabia with the alleged murder of Washington Post contributor, Jamal kashogi CBS has ouija Jiang says there is other fallout as well, a growing number of companies and individuals are pulling out of a Saudi investment conference scheduled for later this month, but Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says he still plans on attending a decision that is drawing criticism from both Democrats and Republicans a thoughtful President Trump on sixty minutes tonight asked whether he trust those around him and the White House. I don't trust everybody in the White House. I'll be honest with you you go to a meeting. Do you have to wonder see wearing a wire? Easily. Much. I'm usually guarded. And I think I'm guarded anyway. But I'm not saying I trust everybody in the White House. I'm not a baby a tough business is this is a vicious place. It was the day of the dirt bike in Philadelphia today at least for a couple of hours more than twenty people are under arrest thirty bikes and two guns confiscated by Philadelphia. Police after more than two hundred motorbikes and ATV's wreak havoc on city streets for more than two hours Sunday. Authorities say it all began just after three pm when police spotted the bikes on thirty four th and Girard avenue when the bike's quickly shut down traffic and blocked intersections from west Philadelphia to the Torres. Del section of the city. Authorities scrambled to keep up with the rapidly changing developments having to deploy the police chopper no injuries have been reported. But police say this could have ended up very badly charity. Howard for CBS news, Philadelphia and Dallas four men are dead. And a fifth is injured after an argument at a toddlers birthday party escalated into a shoe. Shooting. This is CBS news. Capital? One is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees are minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a? I'm Susie Jones. WC news. The hour's top story Carver county. Authorities are searching a.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Omar Villafranca is in Gulf county windows blown out you have a lot of debris in the yard from the walls from the roof. Everything just ripped down enthralled trees in the street. We were actually hunkered down in port. Saint Joe when Michael was blowing through the walls were shaking the ground was shaking was pretty vicious. We're wondering what that damage would look like six hundred thousand homes and businesses have no power to deaths blamed on Michael FEMA administrator Brock long CBS this morning. Danger is not over yet. Storm continues to batter South Carolina, North Carolina. Unfortunately, I mean, we're gonna see, you know, potentially nine inches of rain in North Carolina as it exits out today. So we're trying to move as quickly as we can and obtain access and search and rescue is our real focus right now and American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut being flown to Moscow after their trip to the international space station was aborted minutes after blastoff NASA TV covering the flight heard the Russian flight control team report an issue with booster that led to a ballistic descent landing for the crew on board. Nick Hagen Alexia of Chinon, both okay. After their Soyuz. Capsule landed safely in Kazakhstan pressure is mounting on the Trump administration after a Washington Post columnist vanished in eastern bull here. CBS? CBS's? Cami mccormick. Twenty Republican and democratic senators are calling on President Trump to order an investigation and Jamal cash hoagies disappearance. There is a law that authorizes sanctions against the country for extrajudicial killings, torture, and gross human rights violations. Even though President Trump has said he would not stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia Republican Senator rand Paul says he'll force a vote in the Senate blocking those sales. A warning about department store jewelry that can make you run. Born children's sick. Michael Green of the center for environmental health cadmium is incredibly toxic metal like lead causes birth defects. It makes it harder to maintain a pregnancy. And it also makes it harder to get pregnant in the first place lab tests, thirty one pieces of jewelry sold at places like Nordstrom. From.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That we have all the answers. And the number one. That I want is what happened. Geiger, bonded out of jail last night. Her case now heads to grand jury were they could decide her charges and possibly pump them up to murder. Jeff, Omar Villafranca. Thank you. So just a bizarre a bizarre case out of Dallas. And a story that has way more questions than answers to it. Now, let me just before we dive into all of this with callers. And I hope you join us in your reaction because one piece of this that the CBS report did not cover. This has now become a big racial dynamic controversy. Benjamin Crump who is the activist lawyer who often represents families of victims of police shootings is on the scene representing the family. There are protests taking place in the streets of Dallas demanding that amber Geiger, this police officer who has been charged with manslaughter be charged with murder. They want the upgraded charges to murder. Again, lachey questions, but let me let me put one of them to rest for you. The idea of going to the wrong floor and not recognizing your own apartment. I lived at high rises for the better part of the last fifteen twenty years of my life. I've done this three different times over the last few years. I've gone to the wrong floor on my building every floor in an apartment building. In many cases, every the floors are all identical the hallway looks exactly the same. The layout is exactly the same and on three separate occasions. And I'm you know, I'm not a drinker. I'm not somebody stumbling around, you know, looking around because there's one accusation people think maybe she was intoxicated after her shift somehow or fatigued on three shepherd occasions, I've gone to the wrong floor and tried to get into the wrong apartment. And then I realized my key isn't working I look up, and I'm realizing oh for crying out loud them on the wrong floor. That is actually a pretty common mistake. Now, what I'm not understanding is this report that somehow her key fit into the lock somehow it the door was a jar. She's in the wrong apartment. It's dark. She's giving. Verbal commands is my buddy, Mark Davis. The our our Powell who's the morning hosted six sixty eight AM the answering Dallas points out. You don't get to give verbal commands and somebody's own apartment. This poor guy was in his own apartment. And apparently has this woman come into his apartment and as an shoot. Here we go again with with the same race hustlers screaming that somehow she's getting deferential treatment because she's a white woman. She didn't. I it's not likely she had any idea of the race of the of the silhouette. She saw in the apartment, if you believe the reporting now, but further complicates this is I saw another report earlier this morning that one of the. Lawyers is claiming that there I witnesses or ear witnesses to this horrible story that actually heard her pounding on the door screaming. Let me in. Now. That's another. Aspect of this that makes this very very bizarre. And very controversial. What do you think? What do you think really happened? And do you agree with me that it's totally unfair to jump to the conclusion that somehow there's a racial bias or a racism element to a story.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS. And now, let's check on that weather forecast with John Elliott rawal weather today. Wet and cool sixty-nine much later this afternoon for a high, and we're going to have to earn it overnight tonight warmer air arrives watch out for a few isolated thunderstorms, much, warmer, Tuesday and Wednesday from CBS news. I'm generally light rain still falling sixty one in central park at ten forty white. Dallas police officer is free on bond this morning after being charged with manslaughter in a bizarre shooting that left a black man dead inside his own home off duty police officer, amber Geiger is accused. Of killing Botham, John. The officer allegedly told investigators she mistook his apartment for her own and shot and killed him. After she went inside CBS. Correspondent Omar Villafranca is at the Dallas apartment complex. She was still in uniform when she encountered Mr. gene in the apartment at some point. She fired her weapon striking victim. Details about what happened directly before the shooting remain unclear. He lives my, pride and joy. But John's family members continue to search for answers the times when you feel like giving up I could not give up because. I'm right now in his death. I can never give up. The thirty year old officer Geiger was taken into custody last night. She had been with the police department for four years and is now on administrative leave and a since posted bail supporters are lining up behind. Serena Williams after her outburst on the court at the US open. Supporters like Novak Djokovic which returned fire should not have Syrian to the limit, especially grand slam. Final Williams charging sexism was behind on pyre Carlos Ramos's, penalizing her a game after her outburst escalated to calling him a liar and a thief. Former tennis star James Blake. I've seen others do much worse Inagua penalized. Even some pros. Supporting Rommel's say the problem is inconsistency among empire. Spooky barker. CBS news w CBS.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here was wiped out by hurricane Nate. Across the Gulf Coast, others are bracing for the storm where punishing surf and rain has begun in Biloxi Mississippi. They stocked up on supplies at the grocery store while the fire department geared up for possible water rescues goes on comes and goes, and we're done with it. But mayor Letizia Cantrell says they are prepared. We've got the pumps empower. We believe we need again to be safe and protect our residents. The rain has started to pick up and the wind is actually picking up significantly. But one of the big concerns storm. It's going to be the storm surge. Officials with the National Hurricane Center are expecting anywhere from three to five feet mixed in with several inches of rain. And they're worried that can cause millions of dollars in damage, Jeff. All right, Omar Villafranca where the wind is only going to get worse tonight in Alabama WCBS weather caster Lonnie, Quinn is tracking Gordon force Lonnie what's happening out there. I think there's gonna prove to be a storm more about the water than the wind Omar was talking about. Here's the current stats on it. And I will say the storms gotten better organized is starting to look like the quintessential rotation you see with a tropical system Windsor at seventy miles per hour. It's got to get to seventy four to be a cat one hurricane. We don't think it's going to get their flu to the northwest quickly fifteen miles per hour. So the good news is it's not like Harvey. It's not going to take forever to get through the air. It will be through quickly. We think landfall somewhere the Mississippi or Alabama coastline as that strong. Tropical storm. Maybe it's a low grade cat one pushing inland quickly weakening. So we.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time six thirty one CBS news update his neighbors in south Houston. Are shocked police, are searching for sixty two year old Joseph Papa he's. The newly named suspect in the. Murder of a renown cardiologists in bother people around here and then go around looking for trouble. Either a manhunt for Pappas is underway after police identified him. As the, person who shot and killed Dr. Mark house connect, as he wrote his bike home from work last month. CBS is Omar Villafranca everybody's looking for this for this guy at this point, this was a shocking, crime that happened in. The busy medical district in broad daylight and it was the doctor was Very prominent man Houston. Police chief art ASA. Vado says the motive may have been. Revenge the only. Time between the dock and him is the fact that we have confirmed that his, mom died on the operating table Over twenty years ago Dr house, connect had also treated former president George H W Bush. CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez KCBS news time, six thirty to the lawyer for the family of a teenager who was stabbed to. Death on, Bart last week says the, system's not doing enough to protect its, riders KCBS reporter Holly. Kwon tells us live this morning the family plans to sue to force. The transit agency to fix its safety problems Holly Susan in addition to monetary. Damages the family plans to demand that barred, better staff its turnstiles so fare evaders. Will be caught. In the act banned from the system they want more accurate and current information about system wide and station specific crimes John Lee cows accused of fatally stabbing eighteen-year-old Neil Wilson and slashing her, sister's throat he was arrested, the next day after pictures of him were widely circulated pictures that, were, captured, by police body cams when cow was stop for fear of. Asian less than a week before Bart board member Robert Rayburn six months ago we wouldn't have even had that image of this Specht Wilson's family. Says after that cow should never have been allowed back on the trains now Bart defends its attempts to fight fair evasion and improve surveillance saying, has working cameras on all trains and is beefing up. Patrols using officers on overtime reporting live Holly Kwan, kissy Bs thanks San Francisco and Santa Clara county lawyers prepared for more legal work. To prove, that no sanctuary jurisdictions in, the entire nation should be denied federal, funding KCBS is Margie. Schaeffer says this follows the ruling by the ninth circuit court of appeals. In San Francisco that immigrant friendly California cities and counties cannot have their federal. Funds withheld the ninth circuit court of appeals, ruling is a blow to the Trump. Administration's efforts to. Punish cities and states that fail to help enforce federal immigration law we see this as a resounding victory and a very important victory that shows this administration that cannot do what they want, they have to confine themselves, to actions that our constitutional and respect the other Branches of government, that, is the von met with the San Francisco city attorney's office the court said Trump exceeded his authority because only congress can put conditions on federal funds. Still the ruling does not extend beyond California the ninth circuit found that, there were not sufficient facts that were presented on how this order would affect other jurisdictions, as a whole and sent, us, back to, the trial court for further fax Perry says they are prepared to explain why Trump's executive order should be blocked across the country. The Trump. Administration has not said whether they will appeal the ruling to the supreme court Margie Schaefer KCBS organizers of a protest of, white, supremacists are angry at Facebook for disabling their page. For an event in Washington this month Facebook had said that site and thirty one others had been created by bad actors who are misusing the site and. May be linked to an account created by Russia's internet research agency known by many as a troll farm but organizers of. The protests say Facebook's contention is not true and point out there event pay Was created before, the pages and accounts scrubbed, by Facebook or set up KCBS news time is six thirty five Check it out with Jason Brooks stand off to a tough start today the Dow dropping one hundred eighty points to twenty five thousand one hundred fifty four NASDAQ down thirty four points. To seventy. Six seventy three as a p.,.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Richard their room the work for chris the kids in the room probably would have been down as well cbs is omar villafranca timeline police reportedly confronted the gunman just four minutes after the first shots were fired and that started a twenty five minute gunbattle a school resource officer was shot for the suspect finally gave up the state observed a moment of silence for the victims today the us supreme court says employers can stop workers from joining together to dispute pay or other workplace conditions the ruling means businesses can force workers into arbitration on hawaii's big island mark strassmann says the activity of the killer way of all kino's creating a major health hazard as lava hits the seawater the resulting steam cloud is called lays a mix of love and hayes with hydrochloric acid which is toxic and burns on contact officials warn the cloud could extend fifteen mile in orangeburg south carolina cbs's meg oliver tells us to escape murder suspects are still on the loose after a weekend jailbreak investigators this escape was planned and that at least one officer inside here was assaulted the three inmates escaped from the orangeburg county detention centers saturday night the sheriff's department is not ruling out the possibility they had helped one of the man who escaped was caught the coal mine kingpin don blankenship says he's going to run for the west virginia senate seats on a third party ticket splint can ship who spent a year in prison after a fatal mine blast says he has the support of the constitution party he lost the gop primary earlier this month dow's.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cbs is omar villafranca looks at a possible motive we don't know exactly and officially a motive but one mother told the la times in a facebook direct message that the shooter had been going had been kind of trying to date her daughter for several months and finally last week the daughter kind of confronted him in class saying no and been pushing away his advances and then this happens on friday president trump said he will demand that the justice department investigate whether the fbi infiltrated his campaign for political purposes and today the department announced the inspector general will look into it cbs's mola langey at the white house just this afternoon the deputy attorney general issued the following statement if anyone did infiltrate or surveilled participants of a presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes we need to know about it and take appropriate action the us china trade war is on hold is treasury secretary steve mnuchin says talks between the two countries are going well he told fox a us delegation was able to get an of trade commitments from china during a recent visit i think that you could say fifty sixty billion dollars a year of energy purchases over the next three to five years and strategically that's very important for us in very important for them boaters are being urged to avoid the area where hawaii's volcano is spilling lava into the sea which is producing toxic gases cbs mark strassmann has more one flow from fisher twenty pushed across a highway shutting it down and has begun spilling lava into the pacific ocean that has created both a new hazard and a new round of extraordinary pictures and more than two weeks in this volcano disaster has also evolved into a new phase of activity and worry laba spat or hit one man who lives near the volcano shattering the lower part of his leg former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton was the guest of honor at yale university's class day she said she hadn't quite gotten over the twenty sixteen election what's happening right now goes to the heart of who we are as a nation and i say this not as a democrat who lost an election but as an american afraid of losing a country secretary clinton will receive the radcliffe award at harvard.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This was the fifth deadliest school shooting in america after virginia tech sandy hook marjory stoneman douglas and columbine omar villafranca now on what we know about the suspect in today's shooting omar facebook photos of alleged shooter dimitrios pa gorges showed the seventeen year old looking like the boy next door he played on the junior varsity football team and was a member of his church dance squad texas governor greg abbott here the red by warnings were either nonexistent are very imperceptible but there was a dark side weeks before the shooting pagor cheese posted these images on social media a born to kill shirt a gun and a knife and a long green coat with nazi regalia according to law enforcement pagor cheese came to school armed with his father's shotgun and a thirty eight caliber pistol police found explosives including co two and molotov cocktails at his home and inside a vehicle it appears these explosive devices were made by the shooter cannot solidly confirm that yet but there's no reason to suspect that any other person other than the shooter made those devices describe a gorgeous as quiet and weird because a long trenchcoat was part of his daily dress code even today when the temperature hovered near ninety degrees as far as the investigations by law enforcement agencies as far as a arrest or confrontation with law enforcement as far as having a criminal history he has not his latest pretty clean and his family lived in a mobile home a few miles from the school neighbor say they kept to themselves hannah nelson need the family from volunteering.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Remarkable omar villafranca cbs news lewisville texas modeled jenness dickerson testified to a jury thursday that bill cosby raped her in one thousand nine hundred two after giving her a pill he said would ease her menstrual cramps she said instead left her immobilized prosecutors used dickinson's testimony along with others to show cosby had a history of drugging and molesting women long before he was charged with violating andrea constand at a suburban philadelphia home and two thousand four she testified friday three blue pills he gave her knocked around before he assaulted her reporter matt piper was in the courtroom and reports on the testimonies of two other accusers say lhasa was very emotional on the stand when recalling meeting cosby when she was seventeen at the las vegas hilton she claims cosby offered her a pill and a drink and she passed out lacey says she was sexually assaulted and that cosby took her life from her janice baker kenny says cosby offered her two pills at arena oh home in nineteen ninety two she fell asleep and woke up with her clothes off cosby's team is trying to highlight inconsistencies in their stories to police over the years and claims their attorney gloria allred is trying to get money from cosby that piper cbs news norristown pennsylvania cosby's first trial ended in a hung jury he denies the allegations los angeles county prosecutors say they're reviewing a sexual assault case against actor kevin spacey the district attorney's office says sheriff's investigators presented the allegations to prosecutors on april fifth he lets assault took place in one thousand nine hundred and west hollywood and the alleged victim was an adult at the time the sheriff's department says its investigation began in december and the case was presented to the da's office last week a source familiar with the probe concedes a case likely falls beyond the statute of limitations but says it was sent to the.

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"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"omar villafranca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Back now to the explosion in texas overnight correspondent deborah rodriguez reports from the city of shirts another package bomb has exploded in texas it happened just after midnight at a fedex distribution center near san antonio no one was injured cbs is omar villafranca is outside the building in shirts we just learned that fbi atf agents are on the scene at this facility they're going through some of that bomb debris to see if there's any matching components signature that would link this bomb with the four bombs in austin cbs news has learned the package was headed for austin where two people were killed this month police believe those explosions may be the work of a serial bomber chief brian manley asking people to share home security video with us if you have something that you think is relevant to this investigation or even if you even if you questioned whether it's relevant call us give us the tip keep attuned to wbz radio for the very latest on this ongoing situation now to manchester new hampshire of we're not going to get tough on the drug dealers who killed thousands of people and destroy so many people's lives we are doing the wrong thing president trump laying out his plan to confront the opioid crisis it's great to be back in new hampshire state he wants described as a drug infested din the president vowed the scourge of addiction will end on his watch it will stop justifying his call for the death penalty and drug trafficking cases the president said toughness is what dealers fear most we have got to get this isn't about nice anymore this isn't about committees the president's at his administration will urge the development of non addictive painkillers were to cut the number of opioid prescriptions and run new tv ads warning of the dangers of opioid abuse steven portnoy cbs news.

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