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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News. Good afternoon. I'm Brad Ford. Our top story. Covid 19 cases in Oregon declined slightly last week, but deaths and hospitalizations were up. The Oregon Health Authority reports. New cases declined. 3%, which might indicate the latest surge has picked hospitalizations increased 4% to 1036. Death rose by 57 to 176 last week, and the number of positive test increased to 11%. There's been a spike in Covid 19 cases among Children. Doctor Doc OC Dubai with the Oregon Health Authority says parents should watch for symptoms. Uh, decreased activity lethargy. Fatigue, generalized weakness and malaise, runny nose doctor debate says Since kids 11 and younger can't be vaccinated, he says it's important for people who are older and living in the same household. To get vaccinated. Kids should wear masks and avoid large crowds. It is rare for Children to be hospitalized, but there can be long term effects from the virus. President Biden heads West next week to survey damage from the devastating wildfires. Press Secretary Jen Psaki detailed the president's message. China's West Coast trip president highlight how wildfire season is now a year round event because of climate change that no one is immune to climate change and how one in three Americans have been impacted by severe weather events in recent months. About 100 million Americans. Zaki also said that Biden will also visit the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise attend a campaign event for California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom ahead of next week's recall election, and Biden will promote his legislative agenda during an event in Denver. Oregon is struggling to get emergency rental assistance to landlords. Margaret Salazar, executive director of Oregon Housing and Community Services, says they're overwhelmed by the amount of applications. We know that about 31,000 Oregonians have applied for rental assistance, but we think the need is much higher. 4200 households have been paid. 5500 households have been approved for payment. The federal government has set a deadline of three weeks from now to distribute about 65% of that money. On Wall Street this afternoon, the Dow currently down 91 points, the NASDAQ is down 37 the S and P.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Clinging to the side of the kayak. They pulled him to safety was treated for exposure after being in the water for about an hour. Fortunately, he was wearing a life vest, and the Marine unit warns that even if it does feel warm outside the water temperature is still very cold just over 50 degrees and hypothermia can set in within about 15 minutes. Variant of covert 19 that ravaged India is now in Oregon officials are keeping a close eye on the handful of cases found in the state. But his reporter Lincoln, Graves explains. They're also not to concern of the numerous Corona virus variants out there. The B 1617 variant might seem especially dangerous. It's believed to be the one that has devastated India this spring, and it's now been detected in Oregon. The concern is does that this variants flight? Also, the B one on seven seems to spread more rapidly among unvaccinated people. It's believed to be more transmissible. Dr Ken Steadman says there's more of a reason for optimism because in Oregon variant is encountering many more vaccinated people than in India. I'm not terribly concerned about any of these, mostly because the vaccines seem to be working really, quite well. State health officials agree. In a hearing before state lawmakers, Oregon Health Authority director Pat Allen gave an update on breakthrough virus cases and why no particular variants are to blame. There is no evidence at the national level that any particular variant Um, more likely for breakthroughs on there's no evidence to suggest that these cases are resulting in in additional spread. And that again is reporter Lincoln Graves from our sister Station K two in Portland. Couple news time 8 10. And it's time to check in at the beacon Plumbing sports chest down the marriage is completed a four game sweep of the Texas Rangers. Yet today a T mobile park, you say Kikuchi took a no hitter in to the sixth inning and gave up just two runs Overall, Seattle's now beating the Rangers and 12 straight games in so don't Today, a three game set against the American League West Division leading Oakland. A's begins at 1 10. Seattle going for their fifth straight win the Sounders and expansion franchise. Austin FC battle to escort US draw and Blumenfield last night coach Brian Spencer disappointed in his team's inability to get the third three points income of the win instead of one for a time. It was frustrating. You never want to drop points at home. It's two point drop again tonight. So that's that's the story line for you guys to write about what I would say is there was an improvement from the Atlanta game. He was referring to a 11 draw against Atlanta the previous Sunday. Seattle Storm basketball coach Dan Hughes abruptly announced his retirement yesterday, saying the rigors of being a head coach in the WN Ba had taken its toll on he wanted to spend more time with his family. Quinn No well Quinn and assistant coach will take over for Hughes, who was 66 sports attended 40 past each hour traffic and weather coming up. Just about 2.5 minutes. He's an artist. He's a voice, talent and actor and even a weatherman in his come was Brian Calvert found out this Northwest resident has done all this before even becoming a preteen. The videos are priceless. I'm going to be sharing the weather for the weekend meet David 1/4 grader who lives in Lake Stevens and all over the Internet. Welcome to the weather. I am David. His mom Tenure shot a video of David doing the weather forecast and sent it to the crew of the Everett Herald. So they investigated further and captured this unique forecast Saturday. It's raining like really raining, really raining, raining, raining, icy weather forecasting reports that's just one of David's realms. He also produces and stars in his own animated Syriza on YouTube called Carrot. And David s supposed to be here by now. I'm here. I'm sorry I am late. He wants to be.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Part of the solution, you know, because we've been through so much for so long and so be able to do something to help out is just it feels good. The clinic is being run by Kaiser Permanente Legacy Health Away Chess You and Providence. A vaccinated 3200 people Yesterday the clinic will be in operation for 6 to 9 months. It's by appointment only through the Oregon Health Authority, or he consorted Iran whitened in Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer of introduced a bill to expand voting access across the country. The vote at Home Act would allow everyone to vote by mail. They could use male or drop off sites for their ballots. It would cover postal cost of stamps wouldn't be necessary and voters would be automatically registered to vote when they get a driver license of the D. M V. Nearly half of Of all voters across the country used voted home ballots in the November election. Mayock Open from the port and lawyer and dairy farm air who was pepper sprayed by Mayor Ted Wieder last weekend. 11 90 Katie Exes Gail Cunningham says Carrie Catt knives now apologizing for the confrontation. In a statement late Wednesday, Carrie Catt No apologized to the mayor and his own law firm partners, he said. Quote. I am remorseful for my decision to confront Mayor Wheeler on Sunday, January 24th and I'm sorry he felt the need to use pepper spray. The argument over mask wearing happened as Wheeler left the Hillsdale McMenamins after dining outdoors. Catena, who was not wearing a mask, stood close to Wheeler and was sprayed when he refused to back off. Wheeler then filed a police report cannot says he has since contacted the mayor's office requesting an opportunity to amicably resolve the matter. Mayer Wiener issued a statement saying that he's hopeful this will be a catalyst for change to return to healthy, respectful civic dialogue. He says he considers the matter Closed.

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Oregon health care worker hospitalized after severe reaction to Moderna coronavirus vaccine

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Oregon health care worker hospitalized after severe reaction to Moderna coronavirus vaccine

"Health care employees in Portland is in the hospital after experiencing an allergic reaction to Madonna's cove in 19 vaccine govern 19 vaccines can cause mild to moderate side effects and people that Dissipate in a few days. But in rare cases, some people experience allergic reactions. The Oregon Health Authority says the employees experience and if electrics after receiving their first dose of the vaccine earlier this week and is recovering in the hospital

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You today. We appreciate it. Thank you for having me here again. School, like Tiffany's Association has adjusted high school sports schedules again because of covert 19 0 as they executive director Peter Webber, Dr Diehard radios Chad doing and Travis two birds from Rip City radio. What's the new news? The latest news from you guys in terms of what you're gonna do? With high school sports is to move into the future. Yeah, so you know, we were scheduled to start our what we're calling season to basically our winter sports on December 28. That was the plan that we came out with earlier in August and We're hoping we could do that. I think one of the things that we're finding out like everybody else's. When you have plans during the pandemic, you better have some backup plans to and so you know, we met with our board. Um, it just didn't look like that was going to be able to happen. The rising case counts. County risk level metrics that recently came out and the fact that for the Oregon Health Authority and the governor's office, you know, basketball wrestling two of those three sports along the swimming Basketball resting or prohibited by the state in terms of a competition. So, um, those are those are things that we had to adjust with and to deal with, and So our board on Monday made some decisions. Tioga basically shift our calendar again. We're going to push things back A little bit. T February provide some more time for Hopefully, some of the case counts to come down and some counties to get out of that extreme risk level also allows some time you know, hopefully to get kids back into schools in that in person learning and kind of at that semester type. Break there in early February, and then and then we're going to start with our fall sports. We switched the seasons back around, Go fall, and then the spring on, then finish up with the winter. So those are decisions made by our board on Monday, and we're excited about those changes. Appear there. There are a lot of questions with the fallout of this and what this means. You just answered one of them with the order of when the sports are gonna be played. But in terms of having this backup plan is this something that you anticipated or with? Really was kind of early mid November when the case is really started to rise again. Is that when things got serious that, okay, we really need to rethink what our plans were. Well, we knew when we put the plan together and August that you know, at that time, the wrestling and the basketball prohibited now, of course, that was four months ago. And, you know, we thought, I think like a lot of people that things hopefully would get better by it by now. In terms of that, and maybe some changes would come in the guidance. So to your point, Yeah, you know, earlier in the fall as things appear, t maybe not be going our way. You know, we've been working with some contingency groups, groups of coaches and eighties. Talking about different options. As I said, we met with our board a few times and then ultimately decided on this approach. We looked at it, You know, another approach that would have stacks, Um, sports on top of one another in Morva to season rather than a three season approach. But ultimately our board, you know, didn't want to have to put kids in schools in that situation of making choices. They wanted to try and stay with the three seasons. Obviously, it's shorter. You know the shorter seasons. That's not ideal, but We're just anxious T get out there and hopefully get playing a soon as we can. There in February. A Peter how many counties here in the extreme risk category right now. By my last count. It was 25 out of 36 or in the extreme risk. Yeah. Wow. Wow. Yeah. You know, in in terms of the other piece that changed a little bit, too, is again that guidance from the Oregon Health Authority and governor's office. You know, right around Thanksgiving, you know they came out with the county risk levels, and at that time they changed. K 12 school sports that kind of been on its own guidance. Recreational sports had its separate guidance. And when they came out with the new county risk levels, they brought it all under indoor recreation guidance. And then there's outdoor recreation guidance and everything's tied. Your county risk level. So that again, That was a little bit of a change as well for school. Certainly the focus and that in that guidance is on outdoor activities, not not the indoor activities, certainly for those extreme risk counties On so working through that I think one of the things that we continue to remind people is that that sports guy and sitting in the governor's office and only chair the ones that provide that those air, not suggestions those air requirements from the state and just like businesses. Are bound to follow. Those were bound to follow those as an association or schools are bound to follow those and really what we're trying to do, and I think what the board did on Monday is trying to preserve those opportunities for kids to play. While working within those parameters. Obviously, we'd love for the parameters to change, but we need to work within them until they do change. So that's where we're at at this point. How much were you guys seeing what other states are doing and how things are working in other places, because there are some places that have been playing the whole time..

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Are 55,000 people in hospitals with Corona virus and over 1100 died from it in one day Friday. 23 states at record numbers of cases this week you're listening to BBC Name's Bob Williams. Our top story demonstrators protested outside of Portland City Commissioner Dan Ryan's house in North Portland. Last night. They broke a window through burning flares and paint fill balloons at the home and Brooke potted plants. Police declared unlawful assembly and broke up the crowd. It was the fourth night his home was vandalized. Two people were arrested. Also last night, someone set the doors to city Hall on fire security officers put out the fire. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says The attack by demonstrators on the home of City Commissioner Dan Ryan last night is reprehensible. Wheeler says violence, criminal destruction and intimidation are unacceptable and won't be tolerated. He says. Those responsible must be found. Investigated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Governor Kate Brown is extending her unified command order in response to the consecutive nights of riots in Portland, and that order will also keep the National Guard on standby. Governor Brown is ordering a new series of measures to stop the spread of covert 19 and starts a two week pause and social activities in five counties. Kerb human contact both through reducing the sheer number of people we interact with. And the frequency of those encounters starting Wednesday, November 11 through Thanksgiving Eve November, 25th Brown is asking residents of melanoma human tale of Marion Malik your and Jackson counties to limit social contact with their own households. The new rules prohibit indoor visits. The long term care facilities cut restaurant gatherings indoors to 50, or less, including employees and reduced capacity of indoor recreation facilities. The Oregon Health Authority reports six new death and 770 cases today after a record breaking 801 on Thursday. I'm Bob Williams News Radio 11 90 kg X Is your business looking to cut costs without cutting employee benefits? If so, consider.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Making sure that you can say that this was done in a correct way. There is no evidence of that or dismissed in case in the courts here, listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Comeau midday 48 degrees under mostly cloudy skies over downtown Seattle at 11 02 Good Friday morning to on Colonial in for Tom Butler. Today, your top stories now from the coma 24 7 News Center. Behind numbers of Copan 19 case is still being reported throughout the state and the nation as well. Almost Brian Calvert has the latest as well as a new health care concern. After setting a new daily record for new positives on Wednesday. Yesterday's numbers were still high, just not quite record territory statewide. There were 1070 new covert positives. 390 of these were in King County alone. They're seeing state national numbers increase for not in this alone. It is concerning. There's not any one thing driving this other than really community transmission. Stephanie Dunkel with Tacoma, Pierce County Health and others say there is a silver lining. The number of deaths isn't rising proportionately, at least not yet. Next door in Oregon, they set a one day new cases record with 805 new positives confirmed that could be a problem because just days ago, the Oregon Health Authority predicted at this rate, Oregon will run out of hospital beds next month, and it's possible that our hospital's might be asked To take part of the overflow. Brian Calvert camo. New Seattle police squaring off with protesters again Last night Demonstrations on Seattle's Capitol Hill turned violent for the third straight night, Police say someone set a small fire in front of the East Precinct. It was quickly put out. Police asked the crowd.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mrs. Tio, Help you get back on your feet. Andi. All of it is funded through marijuana tax revenue and the saving from the criminal legal with them because you're no longer spending that money, arresting and prosecuting and incarcerating people and all of that, just the shift from criminalization to a healthy approach. You've heard from the attorneys general who have waited on this, the prosecutors and types and they and they all said that you know, they don't like this. They feel that it's going to get rid of the stigma and that it's going to make it more, I guess acceptable and that more people, maybe even young people might try it because it's not. It's not illegal. It's OK, Do you? How do you? How do you respond when you when you hear That that their viewpoint Sure. So, you know, we actually have a broad support for that approach, including from choke in mind Force mint and, uh, district attorney in the state of Oregon and across the country in all filling, the fact is that approached Has worked and been tried elsewhere. We actually see in Portugal 20 years ago, they were dealing with a health crisis where At the rate of HIV and anything that country were increasing at such a rapid paints that they decided what do we do? We need to have a pollution. They got doctor and and folks judges and took them on, forfeit together to come up with a solution and what they did, but they be criminal like all drug and the country of Portugal, and the past two decades, experience has shown that it Burke in Portugal, You haven't seen any increase in Drug you but what you have been if that arrest incarceration, drug related disease, an overdose have all decreased. And so I mean, the critiques just aren't based in fact. One of things that I do like about this program is you figure out a way to fund the drug addiction programs. I mean that that that's ultimately you're using the marijuana money to say, OK, the marijuana tax money. To say, Okay, These people who generally need help want help, and we can offer that for them to people. Otherwise you might not be able to afford. It might not be able to find the right program, and it'll be interesting to see how it works. Is this so this ballot initiative does that Just make it immediately start in Oregon, Or is it going to now Goto Legislature and there's still another step. Hey. So, um, mythic Now, the belonging or again, I mean, that is the will of voter And this was a very well thought out Initiative and will Intuit where specific dates and dead bind by which, on each of the new rules had to be put in place, And so That's all prescribed in the initiative, for example, you know when, but Grant funding from the marijuana tax revenue needs to be granted out to the addiction recovery centers across the state. And so you know, I mean, it's three exciting on DH. But of course, you know with anything a big ship like this in a wa. There are lots of specifics to work out with the Legislature. And so we will be working with them with Oregon Health Authority, Tio ensure that this has implemented in a way that Not respect the will of the voters in Oregon and brings the greatest possible benefit. Teo Focus in a state I hear you, Ellen. Thank you for the time. Thanks for explaining it to us. Appreciate it Happy to have Bennett Thanks so much Allen Clinic in there. She is the managing director at the Drug Policy Alliance. It's the bottom of the hour. So let's go to the North Western medicine newsroom and bring you the news..

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Oregon reports 457 new coronavirus cases, highest since pandemic began

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon reports 457 new coronavirus cases, highest since pandemic began

"Group activities. Officials in Oregon are trying to figure out why a record 457 corona virus cases were reported on Friday to early determine with certainly the cause of this uptick and it appears associated with many different factors. Doctor decide liner with the Oregon Health Authority says the higher numbers could be blamed on Labor Day group activities or reopening college campuses or a recent rash of wildfires their party with poor Particularly were in the habit of range across much of Oregon here time, there's some evidence that may make someone more susceptible to other red crayon. Todd and ABC News and speaking of wildfires, high temperatures and strong winds now

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Upwards of 38%, Oregon Department of Forestry Chief of Fire Protection, Doug Graff says mother Nature is helping good conditions come away out relative for rain, Graff says. They're worried about this later fire on the Southern Oregon border because it won't get rain and after this storm passes warmer and drier weather returns well into October. A storm moving in today could also cause risks to prove fighting those fires. Marion County Sheriff Joe Cast says strong winds are one problem this event with the number of trees. That's R right now. That's one of our biggest concerns with the wind and heavy rain in areas burned by those wildfires can cause bare soil to turn into a mudslide or debris flow. The Oregon Health Authority reports six new deaths from Cove in 19 and 193 new cases today. Since the pandemic began, there have been 537 deaths and 31,503 cases. And despite the pandemic and the wildfires, the latest state revenue forecast is up. Ah lot. The June forecast showed more than $660 million deficit in September, That number jumped to a $1.7 billion surplus in a typical recessionary dynamic It takes a couple of years after we see a shock before that manifest itself, State economist Mark McMullin says the forecasters up because of record personal of corporate income tax collections, a huge infusion of federal aid and $170 million in tax withholding from Oregonians claiming unemployment I'm Gail Cunningham. Stay tuned for traffic and weather coming up. Next. It's Mike with Highline homes, Customer Perry talking about equity. We had almost 200,000 equity when the house was finished and appraised, which is a considerable amount for just moving into home..

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To ABC News. Top story. Demonstrators in Portland protested outside of the building last night, analyzing the building and disabling his security camera. When federal officers came out. They were hit with rocks, eggs and bottles. One officer was injured when Iraq hit their leg, another hit with pepper spray. Police moved the crown away from the building, which left the area early This morning. 11 people were arrested and police did not use crowd control munitions or tear gas. As the violence continues. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says a small group of violent activists is the cause we have allowed our Proud tradition of progressive protests to be stolen by a few dozen individuals engaged in violence and criminal destruction. Wheeler says they need to be held accountable, but the district attorney has said he won't prosecute them unless they cause injuries or damage property. Wheeler says he'll meet with police to look for solutions He's asking Portlanders to speak out against the people causing violent demonstrations. Some people receiving pandemic unemployment assistance payments say they're Czechs are going to an old address. 11 90 K exes Brad Ford reports. The problem has been fixed. Acting Employment Department director David Gerston felled since the problem was caused by computer software. When the P Way program was first launched, Despite the correct address being entered, it was sometimes looking back. And retrieving an old address from a prior claim. Kirsten Feld says It's not happening to new claims that something that was identified and was fixed so that no further claims were impacted. But older claims by and still have the problem, he says. They're correcting the address for those recipients as they become aware of them. That's 11 90 K Exes brand forward. The Oregon Health Authority reports cope with 19 cases have dropped 13% over the last week. That's a decline of 259 cases..

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Deal with that effort. Global Health Institute director Dr Asheesh Shop This's our top story, a demonstration in downtown Portland complicated the police response to an assault Last night. Police were called to Southwest fourth and Taylor where protesters were allegedly assaulting people. The police rapid response team had to bring in additional officers. Later, a truck that was being chased by rioters crash near Broadway and Taylor. The crowd assaulted the driver after the crash. The driver's hospitalized with serious injuries. Oregon health officials are concerned fears about exposure to covert 19 might cause parents to avoid vaccinations for their Children. Oregon Health officials know parents are concerned about covert 19 risks for their kids to do the pandemic. We've seen decreases in vaccination rates in Oregon. Stacey D. A. Since Matthew's with the Oregon Health Authority says, Call your clinic to find out the procedures to keep people who might have covert 19 from other people. If you don't have a health provider, you can call to 11 to get vaccinations for your Children. That's 11 90 k exes. Brad Ford reporting organ reporting 252 new cases of covert 19 and two new desk yesterday. The Oregon Health Authority reports Since the pandemic began, the state has reported 388 death and 23,262 Corona virus cases. A 10 acre wildfire in the Opal Creek Wilderness has several trails closed north of Detroit Lake. The closures include the popular three pools and Opal Creek Trail. Evacuation orders have been issued for the area. And the Portland Trail Blazers are gearing up for Game one in the Western Conference playoffs. The number eight seed Trail Blazers and the number one seeded Lakers will face off tomorrow night in Orlando. Tip off is at six with coverage starting at three o'clock on Rip City Sports Radio 6 20 That was the look at the latest news. I'm Greg Paul on NewsRadio 11 90.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Police, also violent alive Soup from last night appears showed officer slapping a phone out of the demonstrators hand. Many are saying That's how the window the police Association building rope when construction crews were boarding up the windows. One of the workers was hit by something thrown from the crowd. Officers clear the group from the area, but they returned a few hours later. And police clear them again. The inspector general for the U. S Department of Justice is investigating the weekend incident. Or a Portland demonstrator was hit in the head by a projectile fired by a federal agent outside the Hatfield courthouse. U. S Attorney for Oregon. Billy J. Williams says the violence from demonstrators has escalated. It's very clear that from the attempt set Starting fires and damaging the building more than than the graffiti. Um, we decided to take a different approach, and that is to make more arrests, Williams says. The agents are dressed like they're going into battle, so they're less likely to be injured by demonstrators. Milwaukee police say it appears the vehicle that killed a two year old child on Southeast Wichita Avenue, July 2nd was not speeding. The city still plans to reduce the speed limit on the street to 20 miles an hour, investigators say. Due to the speed, it's unlikely that Michael has any damage, so they're no longer asking the public to report vehicles of interest, but the investigation continues. Seven more people have died from Cove in 19 in Oregon, Oregon Health Authority says the last time there were that many deaths in a day was April 28th. The state has 380 new cases of the virus. Today, 235 people are hospitalized. I'm Gail Cunningham. Traffic and weather are next. This news is a service of signature paving back in the day. They used to call it going for a drive pulled in mint for car Subaru, who knew what we now call road.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Saw a handful peacefully chanting at the corner of Pine Street and Broadway. However, the past couple nights in the same area demonstrators clashed with police. Several people were arrested. A couple protesters told me there would be back in larger numbers that are trying to keep things peaceful. If we won't respect from them to change way need to give back. We need to show respect on and if they don't want you crossing that line going across that line, But I'm going to protest. I'm gonna stand here. I would say the end game strategy for a long game is to keep the peace Authorities say they have every right to demonstrate. But if it gets Islands are out of hand. Officers will move in and make more arrests. But I'm being told by police, it's unlikely Pine Street will be closed again. There's still a visible police presence in the area, and the East Precinct is right up the street with even more officers in case there are problems. That is Cuomo's Jonathan Show reporting, the State Department of Health reports. A total of 1352 people in our state have now died from covert 19 up 10 from yesterday. More than 4400 have been hospitalized. There are more than 34,700 Cove in 19 cases overall, which is a 627 case increase from yesterday. 5.8% of the tests in our state have come back positive. Coronavirus numbers are surging and stretching into small Oregon communities that at the start of June had few confirmed cases. The Oregon Health Authority says there are now 375 additional confirmed and presumptive cases of the coronavirus statewide. The previous record was 281 cases over the past month. The case count more than doubled, surpassing 9000 Seattle Parks is urging Seattleites to continue following Social distancing measures Department says Keep it small and simple. No large gatherings, parties or sports and no more than five people. That's what is required under Phase two in King County. Mental health experts reported Spike in disorders due to the pandemic, including an increase in Agora phobia, which is a fear of being out in the world more from comas, maybe a cockney in the middle of a pandemic and amidst the ongoing protests fighting racism people we talked to acknowledge the stress of this season. I think without my family, I.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on KOMO

"Walked through this area without being stopped by police. Up Until this point. Officers were only allowing people to pass thru if they lived here, or we're headed to area businesses. As for the protesters, we saw a handful peacefully chanting at the corner of Pine Street and Broadway. However, the past couple nights in the same area demonstrators clashed with police. Several people were arrested. A couple protesters told me they would be back in larger numbers that are trying to keep things peaceful. If we won't respect from them to change way need to give back. We need to show respect on and if they don't want you crossing that line going across that line. I'm going to protest. I'm going to stand here. I would say the end game strategy for a long game is to keep the peace. Authorities say they have every right to demonstrate. But if it gets violent or out of hand, officers will move in and make more arrests. But I'm being told by police, it's unlikely Pine Street will be closed again. There's still a visible police presence in the area, and the East Precinct is right up the street with even more officers in case there are problems. That is Cuomo's Jonathan Show reporting, the State Department of Health reports. A total of 1352 people in our state have now died from Cove in 19 up 10 from yesterday. More than 4400 have been hospitalized. There are more than 34,700 Cove in 19 cases overall, which is a 627 case increase from yesterday. 5.8% of the tests in our state have come back positive Corona virus numbers are surging and stretching into small organ communities that at the start of June had few confirmed cases. Oregon Health Authority says there are now 375 additional confirmed in presumptive cases of the coronavirus statewide. The previous record was 281 cases over the past month. The case count more than doubled, surpassing 9000 Sienna Parks is urging satellites to continue following Social distancing measures Department says Keep it small and simple. No large gatherings, parties or spark sports and no more than five people. That's what's required under Phase two in King County. And kicking a soccer ball seems simple enough, but to practice and play soccer games this summer will require kids, coaches and parents to follow detailed Corona virus guidelines. Let's find out more from comas Bill Sports It's a quantitative, Aaron Red wine is.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on KGO 810

"In the cage and his time is two oh three good afternoon to you I'm Kim McAllister on the Pat Thurston program today more businesses in California are reopening including some movie theaters bowling alleys and wineries depending on location and whether they're ready with sanitary precautions one of the state's on California's coalition Oregon is now pausing its reopening following a surge in new coronavirus cases Oregon's governor Kate brown says re opening comes with real risks the noticeable increase in covert nineteen infections in Oregon over the past week is certainly cause for concern in order to slow the transmission of the virus I am putting all all pending county re opening applications on hold for seven days Oregon health authority reported one hundred seventy eight new confirmed coronavirus cases marking in the highest daily count in the state since the start of the pandemic officials say part of the reason for the increase number it's because of the expansion of testing the increased contact tracing and recent work place outbreaks here in the bay area jury trials will resume in San Mateo county on Monday those trials were suspended three months ago because of the pandemic potential jurors can expect new policies and procedures to maintain social distancing and reduce the spread of coronavirus and leaders in San Mateo county would like the state to have to give them some permission to reopen large sectors of the local economy like dine in restaurants hair salons and gyms county health officials say they believe they can satisfy the state's reading this criteria in some.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Eight Oregon counties have received approval to start moving into phase one of the re opening governor Kate brown says the Oregon health authority will monitor the number of cases very closely if there is a significant spike in cases in the community a spike that cannot be addressed and contained via contact tracing and quarantine that we need may need to put the stay at home rules back in place Marion Polk counties have their re opening request denied Oregon health authority director Patrick Allen says their hospitalization rates are still on the rise and they need more contact tracing to know how a person was exposed we will monitor these counties for the next seven days if trends improved they can be considered to move on to phase one H. A. as and twenty of its staff members to help of contact tracing in around forty percent of the cases they couldn't determine how a person was exposed to cover nineteen Jefferson your Mattel and moral counties still have their applications under review while most Oregon counties are able to re open the Oregon health authority will be watching to make sure they can stay open eleven ninety K. X. is Michael Desmond has that story Oregon health authority director Patrick Allen says they will be paying close attention to covert nineteen data from re open county if we see red flags in the percentage of positive cases in contact tracing data we will evaluate whether additional action is needed while the re opening includes gems the rules for what gems have to do aren't ready yet says I wait chase Dr dean side lawyer is going to focus on some physical distance thing and some of the other proper emitters that governor brown laid out and I'm we'll have that kind of person does it fully developed counties that reopen have to wait three weeks before being allowed to move on to phase two re opening Wall Street today the Dow is up two hundred thirty points nasdaq sept eleven the S. and P. is up twelve J. I heard radio zero the Tom Bongiovi songs that you've found the number three.

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee blasts Trump's 'dangerous' tweets

News, Traffic and Weather

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee blasts Trump's 'dangerous' tweets

"Once again governor Jay Inslee finds himself at odds with president Donald Trump this time it's over tweets from the president which seem to encourage protests over continuing stay at home orders governor Insley tells CNN all governors are hurt by the president's comment is not just democratic governors who are injured by this you look at Mike DeWine Republican governor while he's an absolute hero on this he's done some really courageous things to try to help save his state protests as of taken placed a number of states including Michigan and Pennsylvania where the unemployment rates are up twenty percent amid the continuing corona virus pandemic and protests over stay home mortars at the Oregon state capitol dozens of vehicles circled the capitol drivers honking horns and displaying signs it's one of several protests happening across the country meanwhile the Oregon health authority reports six new cove it nineteen deaths for a total of seventy in that state state officials also report forty nine new cases increasing the total to nearly

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Washington Gov. Inslee blasts Trump's anti-lockdown tweets

News, Traffic and Weather

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Washington Gov. Inslee blasts Trump's anti-lockdown tweets

"Once again governor Jay Inslee finds himself at odds with president Donald Trump this time it's over tweets from the president which seem to encourage protests over continuing stay at home orders governor Insley tells CNN all governors are hurt by the president's comment is not just democratic governors who are injured by this you look at Mike DeWine Republican governor while he's an absolute hero on this he's and some really courageous things to try to help save his state protests have taken place in a number of states including Michigan and Pennsylvania where the unemployment rates are up twenty percent amid the continuing corona virus pandemic and protests over stay at home mortars at the Oregon state capitol dozens of vehicles circled the capitol drivers honking horns and displaying signs it's one of several protests happening across the country meanwhile the Oregon health authority reports six new cove it nineteen deaths for a total of seventy in that state state officials also report forty nine new cases increasing the total to nearly eighteen

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Oregon Governor Issues Statewide ‘Stay At Home’ Executive Order

Mark Mason

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon Governor Issues Statewide ‘Stay At Home’ Executive Order

"The Oregon health authority has just announced the state has thirty new cases of coronaviruses state has about one hundred ninety one confirmed cases the new cases are in Clackamas hood river land Marion Multnomah and Washington counties governor Kate brown is taking new action to make sure your going and stay home to prevent spreading corona virus a new executive order allows violators to be cited it prohibits all non essential businesses they cannot maintain social distancing guidelines to close there are new rules for child care facilities that set limits on the number of children she is urging all businesses where employers K. employees can work from home to do so

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Brad Porter time story twenty six more Oregonians are now sick with the corona virus the Oregon health authority says the state now has one hundred fourteen cases of covert nineteen black in this county has four new cases Multnomah county has five Washington County six young hill county reports two cases Merion and the shoots county health for each land grant and union counties have one new case to shoot county reports for new cases the number of deaths remains unchanged at three their new cases reported in Clark County as well today both people are isolated the recovering at home Kerr county has a total of six cases Oregon governor Kate brown says she has asked the federal government for more personal protective equipment my input in order to feed off of one million and ninety five surgical mask three hundred caps lock and a hundred and forty ventilators supply PP eases running critically low health care providers and first responders need the equipment to stay safe while treating patients a massive increase in Oregon unemployment benefits is expected the governor says Oregon's unemployment insurance fund is rated second best in the country but it will not be large enough to be expected layoffs they're asking the federal government for more support and brown says the hoarding and impulse buying needs to stop she says it is cleaning out store shelves and others can't get supplies that really poses a hardship on your friends and neighbors brown says he is talk of grocers and toilet paper suppliers he says there's plenty of stock and it will not run out even if there is a shelter in place order you would still be allowed to leave your home.

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"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health authority" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You're listening to ABC good afternoon I'm transport our top story the Oregon legislative emergency board met today following the legislative session that ended with Republican members on boycott their pro testing the cap and trade bill and item before the E. board would spend five million dollars on rule making for the cap and trade bill Republican state senator Herman bird sugar says it's a dangerous approach I think it's gonna Michy lawsuits right from the beginning the journey Democrats on the E. board have the ability to pass any measure and they passed the funding for DQ they also approved funding for flooding in Yuma teller county and five million dollars for the state's response to corona virus Oregon governor Kate brown declared the cupboard nineteen outbreak in Oregon emergency this emergency declaration gives the Oregon health authority and the office of emergency management all the resources at our state's disposal to stem the spread of this disease the governor says the emergency declaration also activates emergency medical volunteers to help rural communities the decoration can last sixty days and it could be extended if necessary a man is facing charges after allegedly robbing a voodoo doughnut shop with a hatchet police a forty year old Christopher James entered the store on southwest Third Avenue and Burnside downtown early Sunday with a hatchet and demanded a box of doughnuts responding officers say they found about a block away holding a pink voodoo box and it don't add police arrested him on a charge of first degree robbery Washington is one of six states with a presidential primary election tomorrow caters very low says this is the first presidential primary since the states which from the caucus system and voters made indicate which party there with mark a party affiliation on their ballots the other important things to know are that you need to sign your ballot and that signature must match your ID postmark or drop off your ballot add to the ballot box by eight o'clock tomorrow night now if you do mail that ballot it actually has to be postmarked no later than tomorrow March tenth eighty six delegates are at stake in Washington that's the second largest among the states with primaries tomorrow on wall street's again the Dow currently down one thousand seven hundred seventy four points the nasdaq down five hundred thirty two the S. and P. is down to for K. E. axe traffic.

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Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.

Native America Calling

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a presumptive positive case of the corona virus has been declared on the U. Mattila reservation the Oregon Health Authority contacted the confederated tribes governing body Monday to alert health officials of an exposed employees at the tribes. Wild Horse Casino. The individual is hospitalized in Washington state for treatment. As Casey you WSB Giselle Half Moon. Reports officials took immediate action. An emergency command center being headed by Lisa Guzman. Ceo of the Tribal Health Center has been initiated with support by members of the tribal government staff. Health facility personnel had previously participated in multiple discussions with numerous agencies regarding the corona virus and as a result were able to quickly address the case development on Monday morning as a precaution tribal leadership issued immediate closures for the Community High School Head Start Daycare and senior center until all facilities have been fully sanitized. The tribal casino is also temporarily closed to conduct full cleansing operations but is expected to reopen and twenty four to forty eight hours. In addition all community events on the UMATILLA Indian reservation are cancelled for the week of March. Second through the eighth. This is just sell half moon reporting from the humid Silla Indian reservation now low nation lawmakers on Monday discussed what efforts the tribe is taking to address the corona virus. A team has been established to monitor plan. Prepare and coordinate precautionary efforts the Navajo Department of Health reports. They're currently no cases of the krona virus on the Navajo nation but the tribal health department is monitoring a case in Arizona. Meanwhile the Indian Health Service is following normal policies and procedures for respiratory illnesses. A fight over leadership of a New York tribe has led to arrests. Ws KGB's Silia. Clark has more. The causes of this conflict goes back over a decade and involves the site of several buildings. The leader of the federally recognized you. Nation Council recently ordered the late night takeover and demolition of a dozen buildings under the control of the Traditionalist Unity Council they included a schoolhouse and longhouse used for traditional ceremonies. That leader said it was done to reclaim property. Stolen from KU nation. The traditional leaders called destruction of the buildings acts of terrorism and treason against the Cuyahoga nation. New York Senator Chuck Schumer has called on the Justice and Interior Department to investigate the destruction of the buildings. I'm Celia Clark. The northern Arapaho tribe has declared a state of emergency amid a crisis of Methamphetamine Addiction Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports the northern Arapaho. Business Council has directed all tribal employees to make combating meth addiction a top priority at a dedication ceremony last week tribal leader said. This isn't a new problem on the wind. River Reservation Matthews reached a crisis level. Here years ago but business councilwoman CLORINDA calling thunder said. She believes the tribe can overcome. It can do it. Free better people. This journey has eradicated or call her. This comes about a month after the OGLALA. Sioux tribe declared a state of emergency over Matthews and its role in the high homicide rate on the Pine Ridge reservation. The northern Arapaho tribes declaration also establishes an Anti Meth Task Force and a series of community listening sessions for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar and demand. Tony Al Gonzales.

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Oregon has 1st coronavirus case: elementary school employee

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Oregon has 1st coronavirus case: elementary school employee

"Afternoon. We learned that we have Oregon's first case of the covy nine thousand. Nine Corona Virus. Oregon's governor Kate Brown announcing tonight the first presumptive case of Corona virus in the state of Oregon. They're calling it a presumptive case because there's not been yet been confirmed by federal health officials but the Oregon health authorities announced tonight that they believe that this person has the corona virus and that it is a case of community transmission. This is a person who does not have a history of travel to a country where the viruses known to be prevalent. They don't believe this person came into close contact with somebody else who is known to have the virus and so it's now a matter of trying to figure out how this person got infected Oregon. Health officials say they consider this to be a likely community transmitted case. This would make it the third in the United States. They are investigating this person's contacts. This person is currently in isolation at a local hospital. We've also just had word that health officials in Oregon say this person in Oregon. This patient has spent time a specific. Elementary School forced elementary school in the lake. Oswego School district in Oregon. According to a message sent to the community of that school district of the person is a school district employee and the school now School district now intends to close that Forest Hills. Elementary school through early next week. Now that this case has been reported now in addition to this third case of apparent community transmission in Oregon tonight there are an additional group of people in Oregon who are currently being monitored by the state because they are seen as being at risk of having contracted the virus that includes one additional patient who has apparently now developed symptoms and is waiting to be tested but Oregon is confronting a new status in terms of its role in this corona virus outbreak. In the United States president had said that the number of cases in the United would quickly go to zero. That is not happening and we are now seeing community. Transmission reported both in California and in Oregon.

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Oregon, Kate Brown And USA discussed on  Business Rockstars

Business Rockstars

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Oregon, Kate Brown And USA discussed on Business Rockstars

"A new law passed in Oregon as many schools across the nation taking note with more on the story here's USA radio networks John hunt a new law in Oregon allow students to take mental health days now just as they would sick days the team behind a bill say it's meant to respond to a mental health crisis throughout all schools governor Kate brown signed the measure into law the Oregon health authority reports suicide is the second leading cause of death among those in the state ages ten to thirty four nearly seventy percent of eighth graders say they've considered taking their own life within the last twelve

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Oregon students able to take 'mental health day' under new bill

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Oregon students able to take 'mental health day' under new bill

"Students in Oregon can now take mental health days just like sick days that's thanks to a new law there the bill response to a mental health crisis in schools according to the teens behind it governor Kate brown signed the measure last month the Oregon health authority says suicide is the second leading cause of death among those in the state ages ten to thirty for almost seventeen percent of eighth graders say that they have considered taking their own life within the last

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Amid Measles Outbreaks, Oregon Considers Revoking Non-Medical Vaccine Exemptions

Michael Berry

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Amid Measles Outbreaks, Oregon Considers Revoking Non-Medical Vaccine Exemptions

"They're non medical exemptions for vaccinations, Oregon would go away under a Bill passed by the Oregon house representatives Sherry held says it's necessary to keep diseases like measles from becoming outbreaks of society benefits. And all of a society is protected when all of society shares a common commitment to vaccinated society. But Representative Bill post says instead of removing the exemptions for religious or personal reasons the Oregon Health authority needs to do a better job of explaining the importance of immunizations, the Oregon Health authority in the public health department have done such a poor job convincing the residents of Oregon on the values of vaccine most says the Bill also violates the Oregon constitution, but it now moves to the Senate for

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