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"pandemic front center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC News. I'm Richard can to pandemic continues to range across the U. S. No fewer than 17 states have hit the pause Button on re opening and Kansas will impose a MASH man there on Friday. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe wear face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Hands is has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News president Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask. When you can't socially distance, it's not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we Move in an opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed this month after month as many of us urged him to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. In Portland, Oregon, there was a demonstration at Police Union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people, authorities declared in a riot. And used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board $19 million. You're listening to ABC News..

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:25 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And Kansas will impose a mass mandate. On Friday. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe wear face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Hands is has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News President Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask when you can't socially distance, not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we move in opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed this month after month as many of us urged him to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. Portland, Oregon, There was a demonstration and police union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people. Authorities declared it a riot and used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board. $19 million. You're listening to ABC News News. Radio time is 102 Former governor John Hickenlooper Cruise to a 20 point victory over Andrew Romanoff in the Democratic primary for U. S Senate. Now his singular focus is Republican Cory Gardner, the man he hopes to unseat for John Hickenlooper. There was little time to celebrate his primary victory over and Romanoff in a virtual message. He predicted an onslaught of negative ads were becoming his way in the general election. He claims. That's because current Senator Cory Gardner can't run on his record. They can defend Cory Gardner tryingto to gut people's health care. They can't defend Cory Gardner's supporting tax breaks for the wealthiest individuals and corporations and Hickenlooper took sometime the flex his political muscle. I've never lost in election in this state. And I don't intend to lose this one. There's far too much at stake. Jury Bell Keohane news radio. It was a tough night for former House Speaker Andrew Romanoff is obviously not the outcome we were hoping for in a virtual speeds. Romanoff said He learned that there were far more important things than losing an election. His father passed away a few days ago, he told supporters They gave everything they had and came up short. This is on me, Andi. I accept responsibility for the outcome. I wish that we could have done more. Not sure what that would have been. Romanoff says he will support John Hickenlooper's bid to unseat Cory Gardner in November. Governor Pulis's closing bars and night clubs across the state for 30 days as Corona virus cases in Colorado. Have experienced an uptick. There is not a way that we have found for them to be a reasonably safe part of people's lives. During the month of.

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:32 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Richard can to pandemic continues to range across the U. S. No fewer than 17 states have hit the pause button on reopening and Kansas will impose a mass mandate. On Friday, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe Their face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Kansas has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News president, Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask when you can't socially distance, not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we move in an opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed this month after month as many of us urged him to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. In Portland, Oregon, there was a demonstration at Police Union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people. Authorities declared it a riot. And used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board $19 million. You're listening to ABC News. And I hard radio station News, 93.1 Kfbk Cove in 19 cases are surging in California, and more than 6000 people have now died from the disease. Why Monday also marked a bitter milestone of more than 8000 new cases reported in one day. Health officials blamed the rise on the state's reopening black lives matter, protests and large gatherings. Governor Newsome says he's planning on rolling back reopening plans to re implements strict health orders. He will make announcements about changes to restrictions in his Wednesday briefings. San Quentin State Prison is now host to a Corona virus outbreak that is considered the worst prison health catastrophe in state history. More than 1000 inmates and employees have tested positive for the disease, accounting for 42% of all active cases across the California state prison system. I'm Nika Magus from the cave became traffic center superstructure out again tonight on Highway 50 eastern westbound between 65th Street and Sunrise Boulevard through four AM and reduced lanes north and south on Highway 49 in the Auburn area for Electrical Work and Kurban Gutter work through six AM between 80 and Bell Road in El Dorado County. One Way control traffic Highway 1 93 Rock Creek Road to the South Fork of the American River in Sacramento. The Garden Highway remains closed It I five between Gateway Oaks Drive and trucks all road for the levee project and South Bound. Five Elkhorn rest area remains closed until December. Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes. Mornings and afternoons news 93.1 KFBK on 15 30 A m. And your.

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on KOMO

"Coming upon coma News, A covert 19 outbreak hits fraternity houses of the University of Washington. That and more After ABC It's 12 midnight. From ABC News I'm Richard can to pandemic continues to rage across the U. S. No fewer than 17 states have hit the pause Button on re opening and Kansas will impose a masked man there on Friday. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe wear face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Kansas has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News president Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask. When you can't socially distance, it's not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we Move in an opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed US. Month after month. As many of US Earth tend to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. Portland, Oregon, There was a demonstration at Police Union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people, authorities declared in a riot and used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board $19 million. You're listening to ABC News..

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm Richard can to pandemic continues to range across the U. S. No fewer than 17 states have hit the pause button on reopening and Kansas will impose a mass mandate. On Friday. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe wear face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is Not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Hands is has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News President Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask when you can't socially distance, not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we move in an opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed this month after month as many of us urged him to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. In Portland, Oregon, there was a demonstration at Police Union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people, authorities declared in a riot. And used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board $19 million. You're listening to ABC News..

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:58 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"ABC News. I'm Richard can to pandemic continues to range across the U. S. No fewer than 17 states have hit the pause button on reopening and Kansas will impose a mass mandate. On Friday. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe wear face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Kansas has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News president, Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask when you can't socially distance, not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we move in an opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed this month after month as many of us urged him to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. In Portland, Oregon, there was a demonstration at Police Union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people. Authorities declared it a riot. And used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board $19 million. You're listening to ABC News..

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:03 min | Last month

"pandemic front center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Radio station from ABC News I'm Richard can to the pandemic continues to range across the U. S. No fewer than 17 states have hit the pause button on reopening and Kansas will impose a mass mandate. On Friday. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announcing Monday she will issue a statewide order requiring Kansans toe wear face masks in indoor space is wearing a mask is not only safe But it is necessary to avoid another shutdown. The executive order and guidance are expected to be released Thursday. Over the last week. Kansas has seen the highest daily numbers since late April. Ryan Burrow ABC News president, Trump isn't wearing a mask in public, but vice president Pence is urging everyone to wash their hands frequently and wear a mask when you can't socially distance, not an either, or It's not whether we continue to open up or whether we move in an opposite direction, but rather it's whether we take thes prudent measures that that will slow the spread. Speaking to reporters in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden took the president to task for his Leadership in the pandemic. Donald Trump failed this month after month as many of us urged him to step up and do his job. He failed us. The pandemic Front center is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testified before Congress as the economy reopens. Incoming data are beginning to reflect a resumption of economic activity. Many businesses are opening their doors. Hiring is picking up and spending is increasing. That said a full recovery is unlikely to occur until people are confident that it's safe to engage in a broad range of activities. In Portland, Oregon, there was a demonstration at Police Union headquarters, a demonstration against police violence targeting black people. Authorities declared it a riot. And used tear gas to disperse the crowd. New York's attorney general and lawyers in a class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein announced a proposed settlement with Weinstein and his former studios board $19 million. You're listening to ABC News. During this's.

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

06:18 min | 3 months ago

"pandemic front center" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"War he couldn't touch for free sneezing whatever droplets from governor Cuomo called it a daunting but necessary task and in a rare move praise mayor de Blasio for his part in it several city agencies will be involved including the NYPD in department of homeless services deblasio made a video appearance at the governor's briefing some sort of protects people and offer a new way to get more help in that regard and still no later told ten ten wins this is the best way to thank you central workers we all rely on who rely on mass transit the nurses the doctors the food delivery people the police officers they need the subway system the buses trains to get to work and we have to be able to say to them they're safe buses and metro north trains will be clean with no service interruption and the essential workers who need the subway between one and five in the morning will be provided alternatives including buses shuttle vans and for hire cars Sonia Rincon ten ten wins news again the overnight subway shutdown begins next Wednesday wins news time three twenty two another day in New York state with a pandemic front center coronavirus blame for another three hundred six deaths with the daily number continuing its decline number of new covert nineteen hospital admissions also down along with the number of patients in hospital beds estimated about five percent of New York state's population has been tested now for the virus they will need to be many many more tests before the state can return to normal business and the governor's daily briefing governor Cuomo and mayor to plausible thank former mayor Mike Bloomberg for heating of the corona virus contact tracing program using Bloomberg's technical infrastructure governor is recognized that and since Bloomberg philanthropies has deep experience and expertise in public health we're glad to support the state in developing and implementing a contact tracing program contact racers will be dispatched to the trace the movements of those who've come in close contact with people who tested positive for the effort will require anywhere from seven to seventeen thousand tracers depending on the number of cases seen as a key part of the effort to reopen the states with confidence that it won't have to be shut down again the lawsuit says city workers will be distributing free face masks in city parks and other key locations some people having trouble finding one okay we're gonna start giving out for free so a hundred thousand will be given out starting this week and we'll keep going from there let us focus on parts we expect a lot of people to be willing to focus on communities have been the hardest hit by the disease so people will be getting free masks and parks but will they be getting their schools back the city schools chancellor is reportedly told principles there is only a fifty fifty shot the school buildings will be open in September that according to the New York Post which says Richard Carranza said that during a private conference call with the building chiefs when ray reached for comment the department of education said they are moving full speed ahead for a September opening but are always planning for any eventuality when they are glad to announce the city schools would remain closed for the remainder of the school year governor Cuomo stepped in and said that would be up to him to decide the mayor was asked Thursday about that funeral home in flatlands where dozens of bodies were stacked inside on refrigerated you all trucks this horrible situation that occurred with the funeral home in Brooklyn absolutely unacceptable the blouse you saying I have no idea how any funeral home could let this happen why on earth did they not alert the state go to their local precinct and ask for help do something rather than leave the bodies there once alerted to the situation the city sent in refrigerated trucks and experts wins news time three twenty five British prime minister Boris Johnson is given his first coronavirus briefing since getting out of the hospital everyone responsible for tackling these problems whether in government or the the NHS tool public health England local authorities we are throwing everything matches Houghton's so night and day to get it right and we will get it right we're making huge progress Johnson went from to finally shaking hands being diagnosed with corona virus to being in the I. C. U. before being released police say a guy opened fire with an assault rifle inside the Cuban embassy in Washington early Thursday forty two year old Alexander allows all of Aubrey Texas was taken into custody police report he was found at the scene with an A. K. forty seven assault rifle after gunfire was reported by nearby residents and bullet holes marked the walls of the embassy's front entrance allows it was arrested on charges of possessing an unregistered firearm and ammunition assault with intent to kill and possessing a high capacity magazine according to the U. S. secret service Cuba's ministry of foreign affairs said in a statement the embassy staff members were safe and protected and the shooting caused material damage to the building Jeff McKay Washington wins news time three twenty six now Bloomberg money watch on tens and Winslow street has a tough act to follow was the new month begins April saw the best gain for the S. and P. five hundred since nineteen eighty seven nearly thirteen percent the Dow was up eleven percent the nasdaq jumped fifteen and a half percent there's lots of earnings news to digest with a barrage of results coming out after last night's close apple squeezed a one percent gain in revenue out of its pandemic ravaged quarter CEO Tim cook saw a pick up in late April and said some U. S. stores could re open this month Amazon saw profits shrink in the first quarter and said it may post a loss in the second and visa said it will be challenged for a number of quarters even the spending declines on its network begin to moderate unable to reach an agreement with its lenders J. crew reportedly is preparing to file for bankruptcy it had planned to pay down part of it step by taking it's made well division public that plan was scrapped in March Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm Larry Kaski for ten ten wins wins news time three twenty seven to all first responders and essential personnel the workers she the one for real street thank you for the services and the need to the first hospital wonderful work is call eight five five four seven five ten ten to leave your message of appreciation ten ten wins helping us stay connected small businesses.

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"pandemic front center" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"pandemic front center" Discussed on KTRH

"Plans to announce a plan on Friday to eventually reopen the Texas economy his office confirmed the announcement to an Austin television station today the governor's Creasy said the state is working with the White House on the process and that any re opening would be gradual young going pandemic front center today Houston city council meeting which discussed plans to set up more wifi hot spots along with more laptops for students in need to schools continue to hold classes online there's Lester Turner says the city is also working to provide sanitizer and masks for residents but so far he's encouraged by the local covert nineteen numbers our hospitals have been able to tend to the needs of people who have had to go to the hospitals within their baseline capacity hopefully that will continue that's an indication that the social distancing and the sacrifices that people make in the region those things are working they're also ended at Hillandale plans soon to reopen some businesses across Houston almost forty million dollars in federal funds are on their way to Texas city's governor Abbott says the cash will be used to pay for overtime for essential staff personal protective equipment supplies and medical care for corona virus positive jail inmates governor says he's confident the money will provide resources to communities the cash is being distributed through the governor's public safety office a state district judge in Austin says he will issue a temporary injunction expanding who qualifies for an absentee ballot for the upcoming primary runoff election in July the decision though faces almost a certain appeal as Democrats and Republicans clash over voter access Democrats arguing that every re voter should be able to cast a ballot by mail during the.

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