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"oneonta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New infections? I understand that the continual testing that's happening But how are you coordinating these plans across The dozens of campuses throughout the state. So one of things I wanted to bring to bear is chancellor was more uniformity across our 64 campuses. We put in place uniformed testing rules so every campus had to test we put more uniformed compliance rules in place, so it was being evenly applied. So there were serious consequences for violating public health orders by our students and others. We put in a transparency program, so you guys should go to the dashboard and see what's going on an individual campuses. So people have the right to know. Our parents are fact with ER students, and then we put him or you Reformed social distancing rules mandatory masks at all times, limiting density and things like that. All of those things together has worked, but really what it's come down to is reinforcing. This is a public health crisis. Oneonta was a giant wake up call for our system. When I got that call, there were two cases of covert on campus. Two weeks later, there were 700 cases. I think that was a way for people say Wait a minute. This spreads really quickly. This hasn't gone yet. Let's take extra care. And our students have done that Chancellor. We're all learning as we're going. I mean, this pandemic has really forced us to act really fast. And looking back at this fall semester. Do you have any regrets? Staying open? Maybe as long as you have or any other steps that you make, And as you look to the spring semester What are you thinking about is ways to do things differently. What? I think we've all found during this crisis as people are learning more and more, right. Yeah, I think you have to be flexible and adaptable and we're a giant system. We're like a giant ocean liner. It's really hard for an ocean liner to turn in the ocean. We've had to do that pretty quickly in order to adapt and that really does show that you can address these issues in a meaningful way. You can adapt. Once we heard Dr Fauci and others saying that Thanksgiving travel will be problematic. We adapted. We said, Let's exit test all of our students as a mandate. When we heard that you needed more social distancing rules on mask wearing, we complied and we said, Let's do mandatory masks at all times. So I think constant adaptability is that And you're seeing that from us as well going into the spring. We know that the cold in the winter months are something that are a concern to our public health experts. So we're starting our semester later in the semester instead of starting in January. We're gonna start in February. But if they come back to us a month from now and say, Wait a minute. There's too many cases going on in your state. Take a little more time we'll take a little more time. We've had, unfortunately, cancel spring break for the spring because we don't want to students traveling across the country and going to different places. They call me Chancellor. No fun, which I feel sad for sometimes become a lot of fun, Tanya, but in the end You adapted. So instead of doing a spring break, we're doing mental health and wellness days throughout the course of the semester, we have to balance access to quality education. In a time when you need more education now than ever with public safety and public health on. I think we've been able to balance out on the whole quite well, and that always goes back to the students..
"oneonta" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And fully square Saturday to demand city schools remain open. David Folk Thomas W. O R News that's R and B singer Jeremiah. He's reportedly in a Chicago I see you on a ventilator because a cove in 19 He's 33 years old Rapper Fitty Cent who has collaborated with Jeremiah multiple times, took to social media toe asked for prayers for the singer and mentioned the cova diagnosis specifically. Writing quote. He's not doing good and this cove it BLEEP is real chance. The rapper and Big Sean also asked for prayers on Twitter but didn't mention the coronavirus. Specifically, Police are looking for the hit and run driver that left a pedestrian in critical condition. Late last night in Brooklyn Incident took place at Putnam Avenue near Franklin Avenue in Bedford Stuyvesant just after 11 p.m.. Time, say the driver of a white car lost control jumped the curb and crashed into a fence. The driver then fled the scene. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital and remains in critical condition. No arrests have been made. The NYPD is asking anyone with information to contact the police call the Castro w O R News. The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree has arrived. Paula Dick of Oneonta, New York, donated the tree that she figures is about 70 years old this year. I think a lot of people need a lot of hope for Kind of hoping you know that they'll see it and bring a little joy to their life. 75 ft Tall 11 Ton Norway spruce was put up this morning. The tree will be lit with 35,000 lights and topped with a star made of sparkling Swarovski crystals. With the lighting ceremony broadcast on NBC, December 2nd at seven PM, and once the holidays are over, the tree will be donated to habitat for humanity to build a home for a person in need..
"oneonta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A danger to public health. Carrie Preston ABC News months after a Corona virus outbreak it tooks for a hospital left more than a dozen people dead. The Lowell Sun confirms there is a second outbreak at this facility. A dozen patients and five staff members have tested positive for covert 19, U. S. Army reservist back in April, deployed to took spring Hospital after 81 patients and naughty hospital staffers. Got infected and were forced to isolate and recently in front of the Tooks Free library. There was a protest, calling for more transparency about the living situation for residents in that hospital's psych unit in particular, and the pandemic forces BC to delay the start of spring semester and cancel spring break. Tens of thousands of students in New York Sunni system will have to be tested for Cove in 19 before they're allowed to go home for Thanksgiving. Sony is requiring college is to isolate and quarantine any residential student who test positive for the Corona virus or is exposed to the elders in the last 14 days before the break. The chancellor is also recommending testing for faculty and staff. Most universities didn't require students to be tested before returning to campus in August, including SUNY Oneonta, which sent students home last month after off campus party sparked an outbreak. Alison Keys CBS News, a collaborative effort by a New York based nonprofit and a group of churches in New England. Leads to the.
"oneonta" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And the Auburn Tigers clipping Arkansas 30 28 at Jordan Hare. But the wind was not without a controversial call Bo Nick's passing for 187 yards and a touchdown. Here's coach Gus Males on a lot of times. It's how you win. You know, these SEC winds, especially this year are not easy to look around her league in our gas found a way to win and I think we can take take that will help us later in the season. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host. Here's J T. All right, Leah. Thank you very much. 6 30 for Alabama's Morning news coming up at 6 40. We're going to be talking with Dr Michael Sag about number things. Obviously what's happening in the research department there with the You know the medicines and the vaccine. How far are we away from actually having something on the market Also the president's statements he's back out on the campaign trail battling through Corona virus. Obviously Pelosi in their 25th amendment discussion about removing the president because he's not fit to be in office, especially having Corona virus So please, So we'll get more on that with Dr Michaels saying, And as you know the debate Has been postponed. Well canceled for now. But Erin Elmore, whose use a strong executive director will join us at 6 50 this morning to talk a little bit more about what we can expect moving forward with the next presidential debate that's coming up. It's 6 50 this morning. Our phones are open. You know that anytime. Come on in. 8889105105 and he's got a son in Oneonta this morning, Annie Up early. Good morning. What's going on? Thank you. J T for taking Michael. I just read that article on Associated Press says thousands of absentee ballots are not being counted because they're not properly witnessed. However, job bad It's probably gonna win because he's heavily democratic areas. They've got activist groups that go from house to house and they properly witnessed. Their ballot, But I live in the normal county. We don't have that appear. So we got thousands of people They're not gonna have. There's witness and the reason why you can't use the letter to get around the witnesses. Because the letter is specific. It is which you call, uh, sales fulfilling prophecy. You gotta diagnose yourself being terminally ill to qualify for so know this flash. Well, that is crazy. I'll tell you what any first of all, I don't think Joe Biden is going to win, but you know, as far as the balloting goes, I mean, John Merrill, our secretary of state. Ah, has got a good handle on what's going on with all of that to the ballots being counted. And if there's any questions that anybody has John has given his cell phone number on a number of times. So here it is. Hairy code 205887 27 87 887 27 87. You got any problems or discussions you'd like to have on the ballots are voting and what's happening or not happening. If there's something going on, you don't think is right. John Merrill is our secretary of state and wants to hear from you, too. 05. 887 27 87 6 37 Alabama's Morning news Either way Next we're going to talk with Dr Michaels Sag if you've got any.
"oneonta" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Millions of high paying jobs. This is a really sharp contrast to the extreme radical left that you've had to deal with. The president has weakened many regulations. Before leaving for Florida. The president was asked if he would spend his own money on his campaign. Yeah, I have to, I would, but we're doing very well. We needed to spend more money up front. Because of the pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there will be a vote on a smaller Corona virus Economic relief bill. Today We're releasing a targeted proposal that focuses on several Of the most urgent aspects of this crisis. Issues were bipartisanship should be especially possible. Democrats want a much bigger bill. This is Vermont's Patrick Leahy. No amendments, no debate. With this proposal isn't skinny. It's anemic. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was worried about spikes in Corona virus cases at colleges and universities. Now that school has started nationwide, 108 colleges have already reported more than 100 cases. In New York. We have a problem. SUNY Oneonta, Cornell, Buffalo. Hofstra's We go. Colgate Freedonia. That's all. Of course, the state there are similar spikes in Corona virus cases involving young people in Britain. Democrats in the House say they'll investigate whether Postmaster General Lewis to joy encouraged employees at his former business to contribute to Republican candidates and then reimburse them in the guise of bonuses. That would be a violation of campaign finance laws. Police say seven people were found shot to death. And an illegal marijuana growing operation in rural southern California. So far, no suspects. This is AP News. Are you ready for? What's next? It's likely coming. More food shortages, power outages, grocery stores, closed social unrest, Ask yourself you have enough food and supplies on hand to last at least 30 days. Most Americans do not. But you can.
Cuomo: Focus shifting to colleges in New York's COVID-19 response
"Andrew Cuomo was worried about spikes in Corona virus cases at colleges and universities. Now that school has started nationwide, 108 colleges have already reported more than 100 cases. In New York. We have a problem. SUNY Oneonta, Cornell, Buffalo. Hofstra's We go. Colgate Freedonia. That's all. Of course, the state there are
"oneonta" Discussed on KOMO
"Tests were rushed to SUNY Oneonta. To control the spread of hundreds of cases. The school's sending students home something Dr Fauci has warned against. We don't want to see college students who get infected gets sent home to essentially see the infection in the community. Where they live. The youngest and strongest among us not immune. Dwayne the rock Johnson revealing his whole family got infected. After we get together. We picked up coded 19 from very close family friends. On DH. These are people who love and trust their devastated that it that it led to the fact of our family. Johnson's daughters had mild symptoms and the family recovered. But he's putting in place new rules at his house testing before get together. You guys had family and friends over to your house. You know that we trusted they've been quarantined, just like you guys. You still know. In Texas Freddy Guerrero was the hardest hit of 20 family members who got the virus you've spent 62 days at the hospital had to learn to walk and talk all over again. But this week he could finally go home. Welcome home. You get to sleep in your own bed. Tonight we'll run some sobering news out of the same University of Washington lab that's been predicting the magnitude of the pandemic. Almost Bryant Calvert shares when you can expect the next and deadliest wave of covert 19 when Dr Chris Murray over at the Institute for Help, Metrics and Evaluation gives us an update. It's usually not optimistic this morning's take on the data with no different you start to see the global picture emerge, and I think the biggest issue here is that the worst is yet to come. The latest covert forecast comes during a week where daily new positives have actually been lower, and most areas have seen a Plateau Rather than celebrating the sort of plateau ing of global cases in the last week. We should be planning for what is coming. The new prediction almost 1.9 million deaths between now and January 1st or twice as many deaths to come in the next few months versus what the world has seen up to this point. Marie says. There are two culprits. What's driving. This is the rise in the Northern Hemisphere. Do the seasonality and declining vigilance as the full wears on. He expects the rest of September to be fairly quiet. October's numbers will pick up, leading to a big acceleration of daily mortality in November and December. And that's where we can get up to the level off 30,000 deaths a day of global. His prediction is for 1.9 million people globally to die from the Corona virus between now and the new year, But he offers some optimism. That number will be 750,000 fewer if we get serious about social distancing and protections are a huge number of lives that could be saved to mask use. Brian Calvert camo news. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News, You're Komal Propel Insurance Money update stocks into the choppy pre holiday weekend session with modest losses. The Dow Jones industrials losing.
Coronavirus Outbreaks On Campuses
"There's a vicious victor a window. I think most of the people feel it's going to be November December. It is conceivable that you could have it by October, though I don't think that that's likely the race for a vaccine all the more urgent as new outbreaks threatened college campuses and towns more than 1000 cases and counting at the University of South Carolina at Indiana University. 30. Greek houses are quarantined, and the school is extremely concerned. It's seeing uncontrolled spread. I think you just hear around the grapevine people getting in and then you're like, Oh, this person came in contact with this person. Some students are worried. We have campus corner, which is the block right next to campus, and that's all of our bars and stuff on. There's no Mass there, so if you don't get it here, you're going to get it. Summer, Norman numbering into campus and just days after teams with rapid tests were rushed to SUNY Oneonta. To control the spread of hundreds of cases. The school's sending students home something Dr Fauci has warned against. We don't want to see college students who get infected gets sent home to essentially see the infection in the community. Where they live. The youngest and strongest among us not immune. Dwayne the rock Johnson revealing his whole family got infected. After we get together. We picked up coded 19 from very close family friends. On DH. These are people who love and trust their devastated that it that it led to the fact of our family. Johnson's daughters had mild symptoms and the family recovered. But he's putting in place new rules at his house testing before get together. You guys had family and friends over to your house. You know that we trusted they've been quarantined, just like you guys. You still know. In Texas Freddy Guerrero was the hardest hit of 20 family members who got the virus you've spent 62 days at the hospital had to learn to walk and talk all over again. But this week he could finally go home. Welcome home. You get to sleep in your own bed. Tonight we'll run some sobering
"oneonta" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Vaccine candidates that are inhuman face three trials. Also support have these different mechanisms, given that we don't know whether one will work better than the other. So while it is good news that this candidate is hopefully moving forward, obviously, hamsters are not humans and we'll have to wait and see the impact of the human clinical trials, and Johnson and Johnson set to host A 60,000 person, late stage testing trial later this month, it would be the largest chartered trial of testing of a covert vaccine. Yet right now more Donna has the largest one thie, Cambridge based company with some 30,000 patients. At 8 19. A report in The New York Times is showing that the extent of the Corona virus spread on college campuses is far greater than we thought. Survey shows over 51,000 cases of Cove in 19 at more than 1000 colleges since the pandemic started. The state with the highest number of infections is Texas with more than 6100 at 63 schools. Recent outbreaks have led to shutdowns of campuses, including SUNY Oneonta in upstate New York, which is sending students home for the semester. I kind of thought I was going to happen, but I think it's gonna happen this soon, More than 500. People have tested positive following several parties Wendy Gillette, CBS News, New York and at 8 19 hundreds gathering in downtown Rochester, New York in the overnight hours Protest ng the actions of several police officers involved in the suffocation death of a black man in their custody last March body camera videos showing officers putting A so called spit.
"oneonta" Discussed on WTOP
"The New York Times credit for crunching these numbers. Tens of thousands of college campus covert 19 cases. CBS's Wendy Gillette, the survey shows over 51,000 cases of Cove in 19 at more than 1000 colleges since the pandemic started. A state with the highest number of infections is Texas with more than 6100 at 63 schools. Recent outbreaks have led to shutdowns of campuses, including SUNY Oneonta in upstate New York, which is sending students home for the semester. I kind of thought I was going to happen, but I think it's gonna happen this soon More than 500 people have tested positive following several parties. Wendy Gillette, CBS NEWS New York, We're about an hour and a half away from the government's August unemployment report. Today's numbers are expected to be a little bit better than you. July's one. Boyd, eight million first time claims CBS News business analyst Dill Schlessinger. Even if the economy word toe add 1.4 million jobs, that would still mean that there are 11 million fewer positions filled than there were prior to the pandemic. Good news for drivers this Labour Day weekend, Gasbuddy says Gas prices are the lowest they have been. In some 16 years ahead of the opening bell s and P Futures are up 10.5 points. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP 703 and.
"oneonta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sparked days of sometimes violent protests. Later, Biden attended a community discussion at Great, looser in church in Kenosha with business and civic leaders and at least two representatives of law enforcement. I can't understand what it's like to walk out the door. Send my son out the door. My daughter. Warning about just because they're black. They may not come back. Vice President Mike Pence took the administration's law and order message to a rally in the battleground state of North Carolina. President Trump and I have been standing with the men and women of law. Enforcement with more resource is andMe Orsa port than ever before. Big City mayors air pushing back against President Trump's ordering the federal government to begin the process of de funding cities over what he calls lawless protests. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the president's actions are illegal. The Supreme Court has spoken President states can't interfere with federal funding for cities states just cause it feels like we have laws in this country. State University of New York at Oneonta, plans to send on campus students home and cease all in person classes for the rest of the fall semester after a covert 19 outbreak, the college in upstate New York had 389 confirmed cases. Since the start of the semester on August 24th and California is preparing for a very hot weekend. The forecast calls for 110 degrees in Sacramento on Sunday. Global news 24 hours a day on a road on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in 11 120 countries By Mark Mills. This is breaking news from male boxing to.
"oneonta" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Com added a bunch of new things. So dead name is the word that means the birth name of someone who's changed. It's often applied to transgender folks like when people use their birth name, so people calling Bruce Jenner Instead of Caitlyn. Yeah. Caitlyn Jenner and then Jaenke. What's Jack Jang ki means of extremely poor quality. So I said this show is not junkie. Oh, I thought it might be in relation to Ah, Jiang Qi Panky as opposed to a hanky panky here. No, no, no. Okay, but let's go by the way That was just on my mind there for a second. Yeah, by the way. You mentioned it. And because I had read about that with David blame when he was hanging that was created was was he not strapped anything he was holding on to this? Like this rope this, you know, a very sturdy kind of rope type of thing and not try to it. I he might have been tied to know he might have been tied to. I mean, I think he was like tight in some way to it. But still, there was nothing. I mean, it was just literally massive helium balloons. 52 of them. It was. It was really something to see. But then, as you see him tried to extricate himself, then he goes flying down with the parachute. 24,000 ft. Oh, yeah, yeah, No, thank you. Lady didn't run into a flock of birds or something I was at years ago, I was at Roger Ailes, Fourth of July party, which he always had in the former the late boss of Fox News. And I walked up. And just as I'm walking up, David Blaine was walking and and he just went. He was invited to the party and he was just walking around doing card tricks for people. It was like I hate magicians. I can't stand magic. Crazy way. I don't know. I just write mainly like the musicians that are like a wall of the you know, like, dramatic. I know I can't stand that. I just I'm not into it, but he was fascinating to watch he was interested in I I enjoy watching a magician. Yeah, you know, Sometimes you get on. So actually you know what, you they get some good magicians on the show. What is it? America's got town. Oh, yeah. I don't want to get shot. Get some grilling vision, really good magicians at the Magic Castle because I had a friend who was magician so I would go to his shows. But anyway, we're talking about cigarettes smell. And do you think that the next step is going to be to keep us safe from covert people not allowed to smoke publicly because there You know, exhaling all of that cigarette and cove it potentially let's go to Ellen in Rockland. Hey, I have a good afternoon to you, too. Thanks so much for taking my call, So I like to start by stating Say that I never smoked. I don't like the smell of smoking. I know. But the oxygen ist off smoking. I know all the things there, but I will fight for to the nail for people to have the right to smoke in public arena. And that we just continue something okay. Too rough. Okay? Didn't bother you that when you're smoking a cigarette truck or bus or car was going by puffing all these personages. This bother you, too. Are you very selective? Okay, Plus okay, three. Somebody already evolved. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. You make my women should line smoking marijuana. The that's more acceptable to you. Yes, you want, Okay? You can't beat a good doobie there. Thanks to nobody. And you know you that the point Ellen, is that you? Look, I am a big I am a big believer in saving the planet. I actually have become the purse. One who freaked out when I threw a plastic straw away. It's now bothering me so much that I'm rooting through the garbage to take it out, and I washed it and and I'm cutting it up, and I'm trying to figure out ways to get rid of it. Now it's like I'm a freakazoid. But there's a case of somebody completely twisting the point. The point was just smelling the smoke now like he's got me against truck drivers smoking and with them. You love those truck drivers. I've heard you talk about how much you love all that pollution, All right? 808 for 89222 talking schools when we come back 74 degrees. Cloudy skies. I'm Paul Edwards and now it's training on 77 double Do ABC and double do abc radio dot com. More college students are tested positive for covert 19 at SUNY Oneonta. Sunni officials report that there are 245 positive cases compared to the 105 reported Sunday. Oneonta is the first college in New York to shut its doors since opening As it tries to contain the outbreak. Police are searching for a gunman who shot and killed a man in front of a bank in Harlem and happened on Lenox Avenue in 124th Street around three PM Tuesday. 28 year old Devon Bradley of the Bronx was shot in the neck, later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. The Dow Jones is up 205 points now, therefore, cans from the Ramsey Subaru Weather Center. Mostly cloudy today some brief showers a high of 80 Next update at one streamer. Get home on your smart speakers to say play 77 w A. B C traffic and transit up next traffic in transit for the accident on the FDR Drive South. But if 96 Street has been clear, but there is still a crash on the West Side South and 158th Street. Just the right lane is getting by so heavy delays with that alternate side in effect is to reminder. A multi tractor trailer accident on the cross Bronx. Is bound to the outbound George upper level is company. It's still pretty bad on the cross Bronx West bound to the outbound George inbound George Lincoln in Holland. Five minutes of peace in your Jersey It looks like even though it's afternoon, they're still doing that road work on the parkway North and your 1 50 for in the right lane. Avoid the area if you can. And in Yonkers, an accident being cleared off the Bronx River Parkway South and.
COVID-19 Outbreaks Occur as Students Return to Campus
"Corona virus outbreaks are occurring on college and university campuses across the country. University of Alabama, says 1368 students have tested positive Only two weeks after classes started their Temple University in Philadelphia has stopped in person classes completely after the number of cases almost doubled, And it's the same story at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. They send students home after 1000 were infected. They're in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, sending a covert SWAT team of contact traces and and investigators after 100 cases suddenly popped up at the New York State University in Oneonta. The case has come from the kid's going to dorm parties and fried parties. This comes as the
"oneonta" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Weekend. Governor Murphy making the announcement this morning on Twitter restaurants allowed to reopen Friday at 25% capacity was social distancing guidelines in place between tables, the governor tweeting that reopening responsibly. It will help us restore one of our state's key industries while continuing to make progress against covert 19. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 w. ABC News. Most schools across the state should be paying attention after SUNY Oneonta was forced to close for two weeks following a covert 19 outbreak. I believe colleges are the canary in the coal mine. Colleges, open students come back congregate settings socialization. The infection rate goes up, he notes. Outbreaks have been reported from other campuses across the country, adding there also likely to happen at K through 12 schools, the governor admitting the situation could be tougher for colleges. Giving students tend to socialize more on campus. In addition to things like parties at SUNY Oneonta, more than 105 students testing positive, triggering two weeks of online learning per the protocol the governor established last week end eh buses in New York City are returning to front door boarding today while also collecting fares once again. White House says President Trump has no plans to meet with the family of Jacob Blake when he visits Kenosha, Wisconsin. Currently, the plans are to meet with local law enforcement and some business owners and health survey the damage, But there will be more detailed plans for coming that are announced. Jacob Blake was shot seven times. Why Kenosha police officer, paralyzing him from the waist down. The House Oversight Committee plans to subpoena Postmaster General Lewis to joy for documents involving delays of the mail. Joy recently spent two days testifying before House and Senate committees and vowed to fix male delays. He rejected allegations from Democrats that he is trying to slow down the mail to help President Trump for reelection to joy has been a major Republican donor. Trump has been railing against Universal Mail in voting in November's election, making numerous unsubstantiated assertions about the potential for fraud. Tom Roberts. NBC NEWS radio Markets closing mixed today. The Dow losing 223 points. NASDAQ Up 79 the SNP down seven Mets Lose to the Marlins 53 Yanks and Braves TONIGHT USOPEN Underway at Flushing Meadow. No fans in attendance due.
"oneonta" Discussed on WTOP
"Why SUNY Oneonta has 105 cases didn't tell us and we had to find out on the news. Just one week after SUNY Oneonta welcome students back to campus, a spike in on campus Corona virus cases is forcing the New York state. Diversity to shut down for at least two weeks. Legendary college basketball coach John Thompson has died at the age of 78. He took Georgetown to the valleys tournament 20 times in nearly three decades, in his own way, like that, from the 1984 Championship game against Houston, W. U. S, a TV sports director Darren Haynes from Washington, D. C and inspiration too. African Americans and more. There was a point in time where you saw so many black people on the bench. I thought it was an hbcu. And I looked up to Georgetown like, Oh, I want to go to school there. He opened the door for opportunities, things that we didn't think wherever possible. CBS's Jason Brooks, his life after stock splits is looking quite different for shares for these two companies. Apples for for one stock split took its price down from over $500 to about $125 while Tesla dropped down to around $440. After being above $2000. The Dow was down 1 95. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage when you want the ability to adjust your loan options in real time rocket can visit rocket mortgage dot com today. Good afternoon. It is 303. We're so glad you're with us on this great Monday, August the 31st 75 degrees. Good afternoon. I'm Hillary Howard. Our top local story is the passing of a Washington legend. Georgetown basketball coach John Thompson is dead at 78. He had an extraordinary career and made an extraordinary impact on the city, black players and the game itself. Georgetown's coach John Thompson, was a picture in the college basketball world after winning a national championship of the Hoyas in 1984, but those who knew him well, remember him for the impact he had off the court. Johnny Holliday, the voice of the man. Terrapins remembers when Thompson visited a friend in the hospital A couple of days before my friend passed away. I walked in the room at Georgetown University Hospital, and I see my friend decked out in Georgetown Sweatpants sweatshirt cap, and he said, Guess who was here? John Thompson, and from that room, he went to every person in oncology to visit and say hello. He knew that some people's lives were coming to an end, and he took time out of his life to go try to build up and make some people smile in the final moments. They're like Luke Luger. W T o P. News. We'll have more on Thompson in sports at 15 and 45. Plus reaction all day here on W T o P. It's three or four. Three nights of sometimes fiery violent protests in the district are being called potential domestic terrorism and the FBI's helping investigate. 70% of those arrests came from outside D. C, and one of them was driving a van registered in Washington state. We've had experience all.
"oneonta" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"House. Now you if you really want to know I could give you the street address, but I probably shouldn't say this hour. Seattle's morning news brought to you by Wilcox. Family Farms begin in Washington, D C and the next Corona virus aid package. White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows plans to meet with House Speaker Pelosi as soon as today to discuss what they could agree on but obviously is meet the press. Meadow says that she has not been willing to negotiate fairly, She puts forth a number suggests that she came down and yet she's willing to turn down $1.3 trillion of help that goes to the American people because she would rather them have nothing. Then to give way on what her Fantasy can be so all that's still up in the air on the vaccine. In an article posted in the Financial Times, FDA Commissioner Stephen Han says that he is open to approving a vaccine before Phase. Three trials are completed, but his and that's where you test the effectiveness of the vaccine. His predecessor, Dr Scott got leave on CBS's face. The Nation says that would only happen in very limited situations such as for health care workers. And others in high risk situations, but is for the rest of us. I think the full approval for the general population where people can go to CVS and get a shot. That's really a 2021 event. Maybe the first quarter 2021. Probably more likely the first half of that. Scott got lead. The former FDA commissioner. The U. S, is now approaching six million confirmed cases of covert 19. And as some schools prepare to reopen, we have another college closing its doors. Tell me why SUNY Oneonta. Has 105 cases didn't tell us and we have to find out on the news. Just one week after SUNY Oneonta welcome students back to campus institutions do not about their students. A spike in on campus Corona virus cases is forcing the New York State University to shut down for at least two weeks. It didn't feel like they were doing their best and ensuring our safety in the first place. Sr Malaka Horizons, says she and her classmates were frustrated by what she says is the school's lack of testing, resources and transparency. They're going to open up the schools, and they're responsible for You know, communicating with us whether you were in danger or not of the virus. Colleges have not followed basic public health rules. They haven't done entry testing they haven't done quarantining Dr. Rashi, Sha and other public health officials are urging students already on campus to stay there to prevent the spread of the virus. If we were able to test everybody on campus twice a week that would make it dramatically safer to be on campus across the country, Colleges are struggling to contain clusters, of course. Bit outbreaks in Texas Baylor University ordered 55 students 21 of them positive to reside in place on two floors of the dorm. One. University of Alabama campus has reported more than 1000 positive cases since classes began two weeks ago, and cases at Arizona State University nearly tripled, reaching 480 cases in just three days. We can get colleges and universities open safely this fall, but only if you're willing to follow the public health guidance on the protocols, CBS Dr John Lapu eight minutes past eight o'clock to election security. Now members of the Senate and House intelligence committees have been notified. By the director of National Intelligence, John Radcliffe, that he will no longer provide in person briefings on foreign threats to the US election. Of those members of Congress and said he will hand out written UPDATES. Democrats are saying this is because he can't handle the questions they've been asking on Fox News. Radcliffe offered this explanation for why he's doing it This way. We've had a pandemic of information being leaked out of the intelligence community. And I'm gonna take the measures to make sure that that stops I'm not clear have putting it in writing would stop the leaks, either. But he said there would still be some in person briefing we've implemented procedure will.
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"As some schools prepare to reopen, we have another college closing its doors. Tell me why SUNY Oneonta. Has 105 cases didn't tell us and we have to find out on the news. Just one week after SUNY Oneonta welcome students back to campus institutions do not about their students. A spike in on campus Corona virus cases is forcing the New York State University to shut down for at least two weeks. It didn't feel like they were doing their best and ensuring our safety in the first place. Sr Malaka Horizons, says she and her classmates were frustrated by what she says is the school's lack of testing, resources and transparency. They're going to open up the schools, and they're responsible for You know, communicating with us whether you were in danger or not of the virus. Colleges have not followed basic public health rules. They haven't done entry testing they haven't done quarantining Dr. Rashi, Sha and other public health officials are urging students already on campus to stay there to prevent the spread of the virus. If we were able to test everybody on campus twice a week that would make it dramatically safer to be on campus across the country, Colleges are struggling to contain clusters, of course. Bit outbreaks in Texas Baylor University ordered 55 students 21 of them positive to reside in place on two floors of the dorm. One. University of Alabama campus has reported more than 1000 positive cases since classes began two weeks ago, and cases at Arizona State University nearly tripled, reaching 480 cases in just three days. We can get colleges and universities open safely this fall, but only if you're willing to follow the public health guidance on the protocols, CBS Dr John
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"Another main issue right now schools as they get set to reopen the entire high school football team in Oneonta High School in Alabama had a quarantine after four players showed symptoms. Coach Phil Phillips says this literally I look my wife and I How's Monday night before I went to bed, and I said, You know, I sure hope we didn't kill anybody. Grandmother. I have a football practice the second time this summer, the team has had a
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"Kid's from inner city they have great talent but they don't have the financial wherewithal to do these things it's going to be difficult to to make the next step right you're selling these kids on a D. one scholarships also you're not even taking into account the amount of the schools are playing you know D. three schools which a lot of the kids will hopefully wind up playing a richer your upper level schools like your thank you jumbos from Thompson and Oneonta urged justice Curtis on the lower level D. one programs you know we high school showcases like the one in the Hudson Valley showcase itself over like a high school day attracted these coaches and these kids are being found in the high school level don't necessarily need to have academies are clubs oddly flying in well I mean it's it's gonna be a whole Brave New World when all is got sort of a you know figured out and somebody comes forth from analyst with the federation says okay here's the next step here is how we're gonna do this here's what kids and parents need to know and trying to figure out how to get this all sorted out man I I I don't know that it's going to be again I hope it's not more false starts and missteps okay this actually gets to a point where things really sort of figure out where what's the right direction to go in and becomes more inclusive we're not talking about just pay for play but I I worry that's the only part of the process well they USA soccer's got some things to work on the resignation of the recent president did the lawsuit currently that's been pending with the with the women's team the women's program yep there's a lot of instability right now we're looking for some really good leadership and and some guidance to hopefully put together an identity for our sport and identity in the country and to give us a plan not just the fourteen sixteen nineteen year old before plan it would go from the development of a six year old all the way up in and if we could kind of connect get some a top coaches together high school coaches too because they're just as good and it trains us as much will be much more successful going forward well speaking of leadership and guidance yeah now in his hat is one of those rare people who is just taking over great soccer program at Byram hills and has led to great success that I I thank you so much for getting up early this morning to join me and talk about.
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"Eighteen shooting suspect in northern Kentucky I map Reese with the savior halftime report police are searching for a suspect wanted in a triple shooting in the redwood valley neighborhood in Alexandria this afternoon reportedly police are looking for a teenager sixteen eighteen years of age Alexandria police say a person of interest has possibly been spotted in the area of Oneonta road and Washington trace road Alexandria police are asking people to lock their doors windows and report any suspicious activity to the Campbell county dispatch center or would police have arrested thirty six year old Joseph walls who allegedly shot and killed twenty nine year old Thomas bids who was found at the corner of lawn and silver avenues last night a twenty six year old man Chandler Childress is dead after he was found at a home on Joseph street in Bonn hill this morning no arrests yet in Westwood twenty six year old amante Gibson was shot at an apartment complex and Carla Avenue and he later died no arrests in that case either it's considered direct evidence as a result of the investigation into injuries and deaths possibly caused by E. cigarettes the trend is downward an E. cigarette long injuries and deaths is doctor and shook it deputy CDC director initial lab tests on patient long simple short potential toxin direct evidence of vitamin D. appliques at the primary right of injury within a lot the sickening agent for the marijuana ingredients no other potential and were detected in the testing conducted so far the CDC not ruling out finding other potential toxins Doxie usually safe and food and cosmetics vitamin E. may interfere with lung function Chuck secrets.
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