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"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Let's talk about another biden. Pick a person called rachel dean. Now i say person called rachel levine. Because this is a biological man who identifies as a woman in that's pertinent to our conversation At least according to these media outlets and of course these media outlets referred to rachel by the preferred pronouns that rachel has until i'm going to be reading. These articles verbatim aso washington post reports. This president elect joe biden announced tuesday that he will nominate pennsylvania's top health official. Rachel levine to be his assistant secretary of health. Levin a pediatrician would become the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the us senate levin surface pennsylvania secretary of health and has been leaving the state's public health response to the coronavirus pandemic serving under xavier becerra. And we will talk about on. Just one second. Biden's nominee to had the us department of health and human services levin would oversee key health offices and programs across the department ten regional health. Nationwide the office of the surgeon general and the us public. Health service commissioned corps now. Rachel has some baggage remember. Renewal is the pennsylvania. Secretary of health has been leading the state's public health response to the coronavirus pandemic according to press in journal dot com pennsylvania attorney general. Josh shapiro announced today this is back in. May that over the past. Several weeks offices opened criminal investigations into several pennsylvania. Nursing homes shapiro at a press. Release that his office is going to investigate any nursing home engaging in criminal neglected patients and residents because there have been several allegations of that according to state department of health numbers released tuesday there are twelve thousand one hundred thirty resident in cases again. This was in.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Which represents nonprofit nursing homes blasted the administration for leaving testing out of its plan I knew Jaffe NPR news American Airlines is reporting a staggering loss of more than two point two billion dollars in the first quarter due to a sharp decline in air travel other airlines are reporting huge losses to all due to the corona virus pandemic as NPR's David Schaper reports few industries are hard hit by the pandemic as airlines with demand plummeting ninety five percent and it's not just the people aren't flying there also not booking for future travel this rating the airline's balance sheets delta lost more than five hundred million dollars in the first quarter southwest lost almost one hundred million its first quarterly loss in nine years but worst hit so far as American Airlines which reports losing two point two billion dollars in the quarter burning three seventy million dollars a day American's CEO Doug Parker doubts things will pick up any time soon saying we all expect that recovery will be slow and demand for air travel will be suppressed for white sometime David Schaper NPR news house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she fully supports former vice president Joe Biden to be the democratic nominee for president but house minority leader Kevin McCarthy a Republican from California says the speaker should at least demand a response from Biden to an allegation of sexual assault from a former staffer she lost your body after lowering the terror leak situation follow up with a question to the speaker do you want to endorse Joe Biden did you first look at this thanks a lot the response is a good enough please call can you tell me that being a hypocrite based upon the past comments she made another situation similar to this that's house minority leader Kevin McCarthy new numbers show that another three point eight million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week you're listening to NPR news from Culver city in Minnesota a Minneapolis nursing home is reporting that forty seven of their one hundred thirty residents have died from complications related to covert nineteen this is the highest number of deaths reported it any long term facility in that state St Therese of New Hope says all residents and sixty five staff have now been tested for the corona virus the CEO in a statement said this has been devastating to a community that prides itself on providing quality loving care federal prosecutors have charged a former high ranking official in Honduras with trafficking tons of cocaine to the US as NPR's Carrie Kahn reports the indictment was announced on the same day the trump administration finalized a new immigration agreement with the central American country under the agreement hunters will begin accepting migrants who attempted to enter the U. S. to seek asylum migrants from countries other than Honduras will be flown there immigration advocates say Honduras is I'm prepared to accept the migrants who will most likely just returned to their countries instead of pursuing their silent claims Honduras's president has become a key ally in the trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration despite warnings of criminal activity at the highest levels of the government prosecutors in New York indicted Honduras's former head of the national police Thursday on weapons and drug trafficking charges the president's brother was convicted of trafficking last year Kerry con NPR news on Wall Street this Thursday the Dow closed down two hundred eighty eight points the nasdaq closed down twenty five I'm too ugly psych hotel NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include K. books bound in support of the David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamana memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments and the Annie E. Casey foundation on the next morning edition.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Which represents nonprofit nursing homes blasted the administration for leaving testing out of its plan I knew Jaffe NPR news American Airlines is reporting a staggering loss of more than two point two billion dollars in the first quarter due to a sharp decline in air travel other airlines are reporting huge losses to all due to the corona virus pandemic as NPR's David Schaper reports few industries are hard hit by the pandemic as airlines with demand plummeting ninety five percent and it's not just the people aren't flying there also not booking for future travel this rating the airline's balance sheets delta lost more than five hundred million dollars in the first quarter southwest lost almost one hundred million its first quarterly loss in nine years but worst hit so far as American Airlines which reports losing two point two billion dollars in the quarter burning through seventy million dollars a day American's CEO Doug Parker doubts things will pick up any time soon saying we all expect that recovery will be slow and demand for air travel will be suppressed for quite some time David Schaper NPR news house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she fully supports former vice president Joe Biden to be the democratic nominee for president but house minority leader Kevin McCarthy a Republican from California says the speaker should at least demand a response from Biden to an allegation of sexual assault from a former staffer George job by actually lowering the terror leave situation follow up with a question to the speaker we went to endorse Joe Biden did you first look at this thanks a lot the response is a good enough response that being a hypocrite based upon the past comments she made another situation similar to this that's house minority leader Kevin McCarthy new numbers show that another three point eight million Americans filed for jobless benefits last week you're listening to NPR news from Culver city in Minnesota a Minneapolis nursing home is reporting that forty seven of their one hundred thirty residents have died from complications related to covert nineteen this is the highest number of deaths reported it any long term facility in that state St Therese of New Hope says all residents and sixty five staff have now been tested for the corona virus the CEO in a statement said this has been devastating to a community that prides itself on providing quality loving care federal prosecutors have charged a former high ranking official in Honduras with trafficking tons of cocaine to the US as NPR's Carrie Kahn reports the indictment was announced on the same day the trump administration finalized a new immigration agreement with the central American country under the agreement hunters will begin accepting migrants who attempted to enter the U. S. to seek asylum migrants from countries other than Honduras will be flown there immigration advocates say Honduras is I'm prepared to accept the migrants who will most likely just returned to their countries instead of pursuing their asylum claims Honduras's president has become a key ally in the trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration despite warnings of criminal activity at the highest levels of the government prosecutors in New York indicted Honduras's former head of the national police Thursday on weapons and drug trafficking charges the president's brother was convicted of trafficking last year Kerry con NPR news on Wall Street this Thursday the Dow closed down two hundred eighty eight points the nasdaq closed down twenty five I'm too ugly psych hotel NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include K. books bound in support of the David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamana memorial fund established.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"As safe as possible so they can respond to service and protect the community drive through covert nineteen screenings will open tomorrow in Spokane you will need a doctor's note in order to get a test at the Washington state department of natural resources and ounce that it would close to the public sound transit will be reducing service after nearly seventy percent drop in ridership during this virus outbreak in addition to sound transit employees have tested positive for covert nineteen US gadget transit will not be collecting any fares until the corona virus has subsided now there's a new federal report from the CDC that suggested that staff at life care center retirement home in Kirkland are partially responsible for the state's most prolific outbreak of the virus here is car radios Hannah Scott with more on that I'm in shock the daughter of a life care resident who's tested positive for the virus on a new CDC report that suggests staff who came to work with symptoms didn't have the proper protective gear and worked at multiple locations help to fuel the spread of the virus my sister and I had concerns about the lack of use of hand sanitizer and only having masks on and wearing the same mask in and out of one room to another the roughly one hundred thirty residents at the life care facility back in early February sixty two percent have gotten the virus and twenty seven percent of died at least thirty four staff and over a dozen visitors have also been infected some Seattle area Amazon workers have revealed that the company has not tested workers for covert nineteen despite a recommendation from the CDC Seattle restaurants are now being given special curbside pickup zones Amir Jenny Durkan claims that the zones will help businesses stay afloat during the this pandemic people still running the food and so we went to grocery stores open and able to serve the community but also we want restaurants to be able to continue to do business anything we can do to help those businesses a fraudulent notes were found on the doors of Olympia business yesterday.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"You're listening to good afternoon I am Rapaport our top story Oregon has thirteen new cases of covert nineteen bringing the state's total to eighty eight the new cases are at lan Marion Multnomah and Washington counties Oregon governor Kate brown is taking steps to prepare for a shelter in place order in the event it needs to happen I want to emphasize this is only a preparatory we are not considering a shelter in place order at this time the governor has created an interagency group to develop a list of the central business is if it does happen several businesses have asked to be on that list the request for being reviewed the governor says they'll be notified with schools in Oregon closed until the end of April the Oregon department of education is putting together online learning resources for teachers students and parents director called gill says they are also working on ways to get children of first responders and hospital workers to and from school based child care centers we have all the governor's order created a provision to be able to use the transportation grant funds from the state school fund to support transportation children to and from the school based child care operations Gil says to ensure students are still engaged in their education teachers can be checking in with parents and students over the phone the CDC is detailing the number of missteps that bad life center care center in Kirkland Washington nearly three dozen deaths from the virus or link to that senior facility the report says staffers who worked at the facility went on to work a second shift at another facility helping the virus to spread there was a lack of protective equipment and hand sanitizer CDC says sixty two percent of the one hundred thirty residents that center became infected twenty seven percent of them died the Senate has passed a corona virus relief bill that includes free corona virus testing paid sick leave for those who needed a boost and unemployment benefits and food assistance Oregon senator Jeff Merkley says now they're working on a funding bill for the economy I believe is the right approach which is to focus on families and small business workplace says he'll be cautious with money for large corporations for example the airline industry one fifty billion dollars to keep many airlines going bankrupt he says the money needs to be used to help workers and not go to the company's bottom lines hi again on wall St Dow storming up two hundred thirty eight points the nasdaq is up two hundred fifty seven the S..
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A hundred and two percent while from two dollars and thirty one cents a share up to two thirty one which was an increase of a dollar and seventeen cents a share so that's a really small stock so the the optimism of the nasdaq may not be completely warranted this morning as well as select it's still a hundred points I mean let's see I went out a little bit of a silver lining but the Dow yeah still down now hundred and thirty four blowing on that market it's trading at ninety seven dollars a share leased Boeing is it's down almost five percent this morning yeah that Boeing stock prices just that's amazing yeah yeah people don't even know yet whether it's a it's considered a buying opportunity yeah even then can you met a month ago peoples that want it yeah I'll take it but yeah I don't know if we've reached bottom yet new research shows that young people are more at risk from the crown of ours than first thought of the federal report suggests that staff of the Kirkland nursing home at the center of the state's crawlers may have contributed to the spread and that's what car radios Hannah Scott has been looking into Hannah and Dave so the new report from the CDC that came out yesterday shows of the one hundred thirty residents of that life care facility in Kirkland sixty two percent got the virus twenty seven percent died the CDC says that's right maybe partially blamed on staff at the facility working out while they had symptoms and sometimes in more than one location this woman's mother is in life care right now and has tested positive for the virus both my sister and I had concerns about the lack of use of hand sanitizer and only having masks on and wearing the same mask in and out of one room to another I'm in shock this this report is it's despicable in addition to staff members working with symptoms report also found that they didn't have enough personal protective equipment or other items like the mask than alcohol based sanitizer Tim Killian is a spokesperson for the facility are there things within the reports that are troubling to all of us of course there was questions about proper infection control this disease this virus requires measures different than anything else we dealt with before and king county's public health officer said yesterday this is entirely possible with that time period that they're talking about here is of early to mid February where really they were had people with respiratory symptoms that they still fought were likely dealing with the flu those people tested negative for the flu and they didn't get to the corona virus testing for sometime a member that facility actually only got testing capability of just a couple of weeks back I believe it hasn't been that long and they didn't have that early on so that the CDC report I should point out doesn't point out any of that lack of testing capacity that the federal government kind of contributed to so there's a lot to go on there but that's that's the concern about the spread of that in this market at this point and part of it was the the the people who were showing symptoms didn't have sick leave so they kept going to work some of them yeah I didn't have a sick leave and they kept going to work and that there was a lot of different factors there a some of that being that you know we didn't know necessarily what the symptoms were again that early on about you know that it was about corona virus that could spread disease and all of that so and the other one thing I really want to continue to drive home this morning is the new information again from the CDC and and also coming out of Europe that we heard about yesterday this is doctor Deborah Berks who is the head physician for the national task force on the coronavirus talking about what we need young people to know at this point there are concerning reports coming out of France and Italy about some young people getting seriously ill and very seriously ill in the icy use so she put out another urgent call for everyone essentially twenty enough especially millennials though to stop your gathering you know some for some people it's spring break this we're hearing a lot about young people in that age group gathering that younger millennials are not on spring break hello sorry we're all at work right now I think you're talking about Gen Z. envy you're right all right I that she rented out leading up on millennials basically twenty two forty four is the age group she's talking about well that's that's Gen Z. millennials end Jetta it's a large group so I can guarantee you though Gen X. and millennials are not spring break well I thought you guys decide to continue that tradition even as you got up to the workplace LA after living through the last recession were all inside hunkering down thank you very yes I did add the CDC report that came out on this all the way I guess they too are because a lot of people thought this was just affecting people in you know sending people into the ICU who work sixty or sixty five and over and actually what the CDC study found was that nearly forty percent of people hospitalized because of the virus were between twenty and fifty four nearly half of everybody and I see you was under sixty five mmhm well that's a very different so should we forget all this stuff about the people now or what are they saying that yeah I mean it's certainly not at the you know the the guidelines for for people who are sixty or sixty five and older still remain the same stay home if you can't regardless of what you know wherever you are and what orders have been put in place they're asking everybody to do that at the federal level are also saying don't gather in groups of ten or more and she's saying for for all of the younger people don't be near other people if you don't have to and by all means stop any of the social gathering that we are actually seeing and in some areas okay any closer to doing just blanket testing of any of everybody no I've heard that discussed a little bit more frequently what I I did hear yesterday is some talk about setting up a self testing right where the president about that yesterday and then he would send it in so all right there is discussion in the medical community to to try to get that done as well on the here's the thing with that and correct me if I'm wrong but for a successful self test this I thought it was some kind of cheek swab apparently it's like a deep nasal swabs of the present I know he was ridiculed for talking about this but I've had those done you have to you have to stick the the sampled stick way up into your nose and and get it from the the sinuses right yes you do it as a matter of fact is some of the drive through testing we've seen a video of that on our local TV stations have gone there they they they are going way up there it looks fairly unpleasant as you heard the president say yesterday that's a key so in other words if you if you this is the kind of swap you need and you're relying on people to do it themselves a lot of them are not going to go far enough up in the gonna send a sample in that might it but that might shoulder in the clear when in fact they're not right and yes and I think I've not seen anything specific on when this could be up and running I think I had heard Bill Gates talked about this at some point you so they're gonna have to work that out of the other thing as far as testing capacity I've been wanting to say is that they're talking you hear a lot about the high throughput lab that they talk about so yeah that for anybody who doesn't know is much like the rape kit backlog we've had in the state that's the money that we got out of the state to get that new lab here because it's a much faster much more automated thing that's how we get the capacity to tens and thousands tens of thousands of testing being done and ended today as opposed to the few that we were saying before so that's going to dramatically increase while testing capacity it'll help a lot of affected they wrapped it up for a different reason is going to help us out now yes well I mean and I super loved or use for other types of testing as well are we specifically talked about it before on the show regarding rape kit backlog that's how Ohio cleared their rape kit backlog so that is just a much faster thing and as you've seen some of the researchers I know online that I've seen talking about the very important need to get all of that testing done right hander Scott thank you Hannah you bet tell her that she passed they look like let's go to choke point here is we want to get in before the rethink styles and let's.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on KGO 810
"Or one hundred thirty residents are receiving payments of five hundred dollars a month for eighteen months I'll check in with heather for a look at traffic next on KGO hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of change it because if you receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred thirty if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet Evan Goldberg founder of next week I had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why I started net sweet I needed to see everything that was going on with my business in one place so we built the world's first cloud business system and after twenty years over sixteen thousand companies run their businesses on that sweet everything you need to keep growing is in one place financials HR commerce customer info and more net sweet gives you the visibility and control you need to make smart decisions and grow with confidence that's why companies who use netsuite grow three times faster than the S. and P. five hundred find out the rest of Evan story get your free guide titled seven key strategies to grow your profits and that's we dot com slash profit that's nets we dot com slash profit for your free guide seven key strategies to grow your profits go.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"This is new Jersey's New Jersey one a one point five how many jerseys first news five oh six stand zeros commuter whether we have temperatures in the seventies for the most part now showers this morning especially along the coast spotty thunderstorms this afternoon north and central Isaac in the mid eighties for today the driver of a van now charged with running down a twelve year old boy in Union Township first said he didn't know what he had then said it must've been a dear due to the extensive damage thirty seven year old Jose Borrero turned himself in to police it was his boss who called the cops after Moreira return the work van with the damage is boss on news reports about the twelve year old who died after being run down forever remains jailed this morning on charges of leaving the scene of a fatal accident a New Jersey veteran is battling his homeowner's association for the right to put up his own in ground pole to fly the American flag after his bid was rejected despite support in his community however Larry joins us live with more on that part of the story Patrick that's right Michael Burr is seventy two shot at shot down in Vietnam and he's trying to abide by the H. always rules it is how will development attaching the flag to his home but it's blown off three times and having indoor knee and shoulder replacement getting back up on a ladder is no easy task I never in the history of this country thought that I'd be fighting to put American flag pole in my yard was told he needed to gather at least one hundred thirty residents signatures on a petition to get regulations changed he got one hundred sixty four he cites a two thousand six a law prohibiting homeowners associations from restricting flag displays it's H. away has offered a compromise but he says it's too much work and will continue to push for approval at a meeting this week Eric all right Patrick thank you police in Clark say there is no danger to the public after bomb making materials were found at a local home last night the county bomb squad was called after six PM when police doing a wellness check on several suspicious items a young couple is facing several charges after a run in with a police officer during a traffic stop in Somerset County just before ten AM Friday in north Plainfield police officer pulled over a vehicle driven by twenty two year old Alesia holder from Piscataway for speeding according to police the driver and or passenger twenty three year old angel Delaney of hillside immediately became agitated with the winning allegedly threatening officer by saying I'm willing to fight after the officer told the lady he was under arrest the hillside man reportedly resisted and the driver sped off with the officer trapped in the vehicle order soon crashed into the yard of a nearby resident both were taken into custody the officer was treated for injuries and released Chad Robison New Jersey one one point five news police are asking your help to locate a missing mom and her two young children police in West Orange a twenty five year old Gabrielle glow born in her too and secure olds last seen leaving their home the toddler possibly in a Mickey Mouse stroller and then I heard from again they say the mom does not own a car but would not speculate about fell play nervous investors in New Jersey around the world wondering what's next after stocks took a nose dive on Monday amid fears of an escalating trade war between the US and China can came in of Arcadian asset management says if you have a balanced portfolio in place there's no reason to panic right now corporate America looks very good the consumers still very strong and we're getting geo political noise really rocking the market so you can't let that get you a few one term game plan yes these days volatility is what investing is all about which means the best thing to do is sit on your hands and do nothing we'll all just one tweet away from the market going up or down David Matthau New Jersey one a one point five news while on his going to pay one point four million dollars in overtime dispute it settles a lawsuit from hundreds of current and former assistant managers who were denied overtime pay while I had claimed they were exempt the case never made it to court three hundred twenty.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Two to five two two two is the phone number. Also have tickets to America's fiftieth anniversary tour special guests, Foco poco and Firefox fall. The brothers Osmo at the Pacific amphitheatre, stagecoach tickets. That's a lot of stuff I'm going to check him with Royal Oakes minute because the Muller coming out, so what are the legal ramifications there? What will we see? What won't we see based on? What bar? I had to say also. AI has got people a little shaken jobs is artificial intelligence gonna take our we prefer that. But it looks like one candidate twenty twenty hopeful Andrew Yang proposes giving every American adult thousand dollars a month it's called a freedom dividend because he's saying jobs are going to be hard to find manufacturing jobs are going away. Retail jobs will be going away. Call center jobs will be going away and down the road trucking jobs will be going away. I don't know how long that's going to be until we have the self-driving cars, but it's coming and he says we need to think much bigger about how we will help Americans transition through this time. So a play a little bit of of his his spiel there. But what do you think about that? People are starting to float. Universal basic income because they're saying there will be people who just aren't going to be able to make it in society when we wipe out part of the middle class. It's going to get hurt very badly. Low wage workers may increase to an extent because they have to service the machines or they have to stock. The machines that hamburger making machine that displaced all those people making hamburgers still needs to be filled up with the bonds in the Patty's etcetera, but they're going to be lower wage jobs, not going to be middle class jobs. So people have to be taken care of. So what do you do when all those people displaced, you got a guarantee them an income, regardless if they're working not working, if they're below certain income level, or in the poverty level, or whatever the government decides that time is the qualification number that they pick. If you fall under that that you deserve a universal, basic income. And I'm curious to see what you think about that. There's a test in Stockton. There's a stock and economic empowerment demonstration, which is a pilot. Program to test a universal basic income. And so for the next year and a half one hundred thirty residents of this central valley city, which is struggling economy is not great there. We'll get five hundred dollars every month. No strings attached to have employment. You have to be seeking employment. You don't have to be sober. You don't you can be. Hi, it's all attaching a social experiment. That's I think and the articles that I've read that it's a it's a lot about public relations too because they wanna get the stories from these people in how a change their life. Now, the question is this if you get somebody new interview, I like quantify stuff I like to look at numbers and actually see what the differences see what the benefit was versus the cost. You have an anecdotal story from anybody you give money to is any one of those people going to say didn't work didn't like it. I don't stop take the money. I can't do it. Don't give it to me. I'm not on. Not. I know you're putting in my face. I'm not taking it don't slide it under the door. I don't get you out of my pocket. So who in an anecdotal study is going to say it didn't work. Nobody nobody even if they went bought drugs with the still gonna say it worked. Okay. So I don't know how that anecdotal study. It's going to it's going to match up, and it's one hundred one hundred fifty people. You have camera Harris whose they kinda crawl up to the line. They're talking about you have been talking about. According universal basic Indra Yang is the big one. Here's the one he's a little own candidate who's making it the centerpiece of his run. And I don't know if he's doing it just to make noise or if he really believes that it's a good idea because the cost of it is huge. Although the rationale is if we give you this then we don't have to give you fair and all the other stuff, we'll just basic income to take that level. We know how much giving you live on it. See you later a to me personally. It's almost like that saying here. I don't don't bother me too hard to figure out you get in the job you want to stay in the basement get high. Go ahead. Here's five hundred tell you mother. I didn't complain go downstairs we'll deal with it. Another time. Okay. I don't want to sit and talk to you about opportunities or school, or maybe I can give you a direction that will lead you to a job that now, I'm tired. I'm burnt out. Take the envelope and go downstairs and do me a favor flush the toilet from now on because we share a bathroom. That's what it feels like to me. And I'd love to get your take on it. Because again, it's become it's not it's not a fringe anymore. It's it's catching on a little bit more with the left right now than the right? But both parties had talked about it in the past because they see kind of what's coming. All right. And there has to be some kind of solution to what's coming. I think. But personally, I'd like to see some again quantifiable success that some. Something accomplished something rather than take this going. Just don't bother your father. Okay. He's trying to sleep. He had a hard day. That's what this feels we give up. I don't wanna work on it. We can't reach across the aisle. We can't figure out a solution. Just hand up hand out money. People. Leave you alone. Leave me alone. Okay. And don't call before nine eight hundred two to five two two six continues. Right after this. ABC dependable traffic.
"one hundred thirty resident" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"For more. You can try babble for free. Go to babble dot com or download the app and try it for free. That's Babbel, B A B B E L dot com or download the app to try it for free. That's babble dot com. Teachers in Oakland, California say they will go on strike Tuesday demanding a twelve percent pay increase over three years smaller class sizes more counselors fulltime, nurses, district's offered a five percent, raise both sides have received compromise recommendations signing over a billion dollars in weapons deals at its arms. Fair in Abu Dhabi. United Arab Emirates the nation. Waging war alongside Saudi Arabia against rebels in Yemen. In the know, thanks department. This remain BBC's. Andy Field in Washington State Department, releasing a statement saying that Heather Nauert withdrew her name from consideration as the next US United Nations. Embassador now is the State Department spokeswoman the president picked to replace the key Haley represented the US of the UN married saying she's grateful to the president for choosing her. But that the last two months were grueling for her family, which is why she's withdrawing from the nomination free money. The concept is called universal basic income has been championed by tech leaders, including Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg as jobs are replaced by. Automation in AI citizens would get regular payments the goal creating an income floor that nobody would fall below the city of Stockton, California is giving it a try one in four people there live in poverty in a pilot program. Starting Monday one hundred thirty residents are getting five hundred dollar debit cards each month for eighteen months. How will they spend the money the program hopes to relay stories from recipients starting next month? Dave Packer, ABC news is ABC news. It's time.
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"Magic mechanic, Larry Perry begins in just a couple of minutes. A couple of Disney's annual pass holders. Say they were threatened. By man with a gun in the parking lot of the animal kingdom, the Orlando Sentinel. The woman says a man in an SUV cut them off and pointed a gun at them, deputies reportedly found the man with the alleged gun and searched his car. But apparently the man was holding a wallet in his hand if they say possibly could have resembled a gun. Our the man was not arrested because of the conflicting stories about what actually went down. Daniel Vargas, news ninety six point five db, oh police in Los Angeles. And federal agents are conducting an investigation after a photo shopped picture was posted online showing an explosion at a downtown LA high-rise. Authorities say the photo was uploaded by an ISIS supported group as machines and artificial intelligence push people out of jobs, a city in California is pain people whether they work or not they call it. Universal basic income. It's championed by tech leaders like Ilan Boskin, Mark Zuckerberg the city of Stockton, California's giving it a try one in four people there live in poverty in a pilot program. Starting Monday one hundred thirty residents are getting five hundred. Dollar debit cards each month for eighteen months. I will they spend the money the program hopes to relay stories from recipient starting next month. Dave Packer, ABC news. Amanda soda man says his cell phone saved. His life is up in the air held onto the side of snowmobile next thing. I'm laying there on my back. John Henry credits. The phone activated virtual assistant Siri on his iphone for his rescue. When he crashed his snowmobile on a frozen lake air somewhere out on the lake. Okay. How many location I got off your phone? Who says he could not reach his phone to dial because of his injuries. So he said, hey, Siri called nine one one. And it did. Hey siri. Thanks for saving my life. Larry's.
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"Income that has been championed by tech leaders, including Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg as jobs are replaced, by automation in AI citizens would get regular payments the goal creating an income floor that nobody would fall below the city of Stockton, California, giving it a try. One in four people there live in poverty in a pilot program. Starting Monday one hundred thirty residents are getting five hundred dollar debit cards each month for eighteen months. I will they spend the money the program hopes to relay stories from recipients starting next month. Dave Packer, ABC news. Well, everybody knows it. Siri doesn't get everything. Right. The voice activated digital assistant did get something right for one man at the right time ABC's, Dave Schreiber explains. How Siri saved a man's life. When John Henry of Minnesota crashed his snowmobile last weekend. He says with several broken ribs. He wasn't able to reach his phone the panelists to excruciating. I could not get up. I couldn't move Henry had. Hey Siri activated. And he was able to get a call out to nine one one. He says, he's grateful hastier. Thanks for saving my life. Dave Schreiber ABC news. Panic and chaos during a performance of the musical Hamilton out in San Francisco when a person shouted gun after they mistook a woman's medical emergency for an active shooting CBS is Sharon Raji was at the performance and describes what happened. I just had never experienced people taking cover. I I've stopped shaking. But I was shaking up until a few minutes ago. Just kind of having to experience that little kids. One woman. Actually, I spoke to said that she kind of jumped on top of her her son saying, you know, if there is an active shooter in here, she was going to go first police told Raji that a woman was having a heart attack, which led one person to believe that she had been shot. Health officials in the United States say the flu vaccine has been very effective this season by reducing the sickness by almost fifty percent CBS's Tom Hansen with more on that story..
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"Only twenty four hour news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. Police say the man who went on a shooting rampage at an Aurora Illinois warehouse killing five co workers and hurting five police officers had just been fired the first calls coming in around one thirty Friday afternoon. Despatch transmissions captured by broadcast defy dot com. Has an exit shooter situation on Archer avenue. Police say Gary shot six co workers killing five of them, then turned his attention to responding. Police. Officers reported down at the time exit shots being fired. His believe that went into hiding in the twenty nine thousand square foot facility. It wasn't until an hour and a half later. He was found by police and engaged in another gunfight. Is down. Ryan burrow, ABC news Aurora. Illinois news, learning of an active shooter, false alarm setting off a panic and evacuation at San Francisco theatre last night and some theatergoers saying they heard gunfire Ephraim member of the audience had a medical emergency. During a performance of Hamilton at San Francisco's orpheum theater who witnessed telling ABC someone yelled gun which sent people running out of the theater officials say three people were injured one the broken leg and two others with moderate injuries. San Francisco police confirming there was no gunfire in the theater. Leo McCaffrey was in the audience. I saw we were in the back of the orchestra and get carried out. That's one someone. Green lights lights, all of a sudden people stand up really fast it sounded like the Vatican announcing it has defrocked former cardinal McCarrick. Formerly one of the most powerful Catholic clergy members here in our country after allegations of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault on minors. The eighty eight year old McCarrick resigned as cardinal last summer, national Catholic reporter correspondent Josh mckelway Catholics. Rethink in. The US are going to be looking. Nevada. To provide more details. Nation of how? Power for so long. Dollars from the government each month. No strings attached, California city is giving some residents free money. The concept is called universal basic income and has been championed by tech leaders, including Ilan musket, Mark Zuckerberg as jobs are replaced, by automation and AI citizens would get regular payments the goal creating an income floor that nobody would fall below the city of Stockton. California's giving it a try what in four people there live in poverty in a pilot program. Starting Monday one hundred thirty residents are getting five hundred dollar debit cards each month for eighteen months. I will they spend the money the program hopes to relay stories from recipient starting next month. Dave Packer, ABC news. The money for the program comes from a one million dollar grant from the economic security project, which funds universal basic income programs to study their viability and another two million from individual donors choices around Puget Sound for buying coffee. A lot taste that. Maybe you notice it puts a dent in your Bank account. Just so happens consumer. Reports right now.
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"Nail news at six. I'm Marie leaf Brad Kavanagh's one step closer to becoming the newest Justice of the supreme court. I will vote to confirm judge cabinet. Susan Collins, the Republican from Maine widely viewed as a critical vote in the Cavanaugh nomination came to the Senate floor and said allegations of sexual assault against him failed to meet what she called the more likely than not standard. I do not believe that these charges can fairly per band. Judge cabin from serving on the court Republicans now appear to have at least the razor thin majority. They will need to confirm judge Cavanaugh when the full Senate casts our final vote tomorrow. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Search continuing tonight for a man believed to have stabbed another man on a green line metro train this afternoon. The stabbing happened around one thirty and a train at navy yard station heading toward branch avenue. According to metro transit police the agency tweeted, they believe the suspect. And the victim knew each other. According to police the suspect got off the train at navy yard at New Jersey avenue. A picture of the suspect posted on Twitter shows he has died right hair. They think he may have caught himself Heather Curtis on WMA Yellen WMA all dot com, and you can see a photo of that suspect at WM AL dot com. A Prince George's county woman charged with arson in an apartment building fire. Thirty two year old Natasha Joyner has been charged with setting a massive apartment complex fire last month in new Carrollton that she was having some type of dispute with a boyfriend she ignited a fire in her apartment on eighty Fifth Avenue which spread rapidly. Prince George's fire spokesman Mark Brady got up into the roof area and ended up causing two point two million dollars in damages as displacing about one hundred thirty resident Joyner is facing four felony counts of arson and reckless endangerment. John Matthews on WFAN WFAN dot com. The city of Los Angeles the first jurisdiction in the nation. Challenge immigration related conditions in a new federal law enforcement grants. If local law enforcement does not cooperate with federal immigration agents. They are not eligible for the new federal juvenile gang prevention grant that Elliot city. Attorney Mike fewer says LAPD needs to fight the MS thirteen th street gang fewer has filed a challenge to that condition along with challenging the same new condition in the Edward Byrne, memorial Justice Assistance grant, from which LA has received about a million dollars a year since nineteen Ninety-seven including nearly two million.
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"In support of the beleaguered alabama senate gop candidate today at a rally in montgomery she says alabama voters will see through the slanderous stories against her husband the people of alabama thank you for being smarter than they picky they will name i will say all manner of evil against him and i would say in sitter for seoul but some republicans abc for an ideas texas governor greg abbott was asked if he thinks more should withdraw from the race of sexual harassment against him i don't know the veracity of the allegations work until you this in those uh the allegations or this disgusting if their true i think you should not be in the race alabama's governor k iv announced today that she will support more a minnesota woman and rape survivor who worked with senator al franken on legislation to help others saviours says the senator should take his name off the bill abby han old was brutally raped in two thousand fourteen rapist was sentenced to six years in prison she worked with franken on a bill to fund special training for law enforcement officers interviewing sexual assault victim ronald said friday that he should no longer champion the legislation after allegations against him surfaced this week dozens of neighbors rushed to the scene of a massive late night fire that injured nearly thirteen people west chester pennsylvania senior living community don robinson chief of the philadelphia office of atf says as of friday afternoon investigators have not been able to enter the senior home the fire is still burning in spots are still working working the fire scene putting fire on it uh we've not been able to to entered its entered the scene as of yet for nine people were hospitalized town officials said some of the more than one hundred thirty residents were still unaccounted for friday of wall street the dow to by one hundred points the nasdaq.
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"One apartment fire suspect is in the country illegally comma faces deportation after trial this is from the charlotte observer a twenty year old man accused of starting a fire that left one hundred thirty residents of of charleston of charlotte rather i always do that of charlotte homeless this week is an undocumented immigrant and will likely be deported no matter the outcome of his trial for arson and attempted murder hey zeus reyaz lopez is a mexican citizen and as want at by us immigration and customs enforcement for being in the country illegally the mecklenburg county sheriff's office said that means he will face deportation at the end of any prison sentence imposed by the court over the apartment fire now let's an isn't it he's in the country illegally he tried to murder people in an apartment building by i'll get to it here and now he's got so now we're gonna pay to put him in prison for years for attempted murder and arson and then when he gets out of prison years from now and you know what prison cost the taxpayers like in a more than sending somebody to harvard so as i probably get a better education in prison but if he's found innocent of all charges lopez will immediately be taken into custody by ice agents for deportation lopez was arrested last thursday in connection with the fire and faces two counts of attempted murder arson and damage to property by use of an incendiary device it made his first court appearance on thursday unappointed attorney we're paying for his attorney his bond hearing will be august second court officials said police believe that lopez intentionally set the fire monday morning at the woods scape apartments on firm pond lane fire investigators say forty apartments were damaged by the fire which left one hundred thirty people homeless sources told tv station wsb see that lopez was targetting an ex girlfriend as an act of revenge and that the fire got out of control so there you go and in the meantime and as president trump last night in ohio onebyone we're finding the illegal gang members drug deal is thieves robbers criminals and killers and we're sending them the held back hong where they came from you know the the applause should have been left in there because it was a wild a rousing applause now what are democrats doing about all of this well in massachusetts the democrat dominated state supreme court ruled that the entire state can't ignore federal immigration laws and ice agents and they wanna make the entire.