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"Learning will begin today for K through five and K through eight. School single direction. Hallways, eating lunch in classrooms. Class sizes of about 10 deaths place far apart, mask up kids. It's the first day of in person learning and six months reminding city schools in the mayor that he has ultimate authority over public schools. Governor, Cuomo says he'll be watching, he says he sympathizes with the concerns of principals, teachers, parents and kids and with slight cove it increases reported in some neighborhoods he's offered use of rapid testing. Alice stacked in Rosine E W. Our news whales comes amid a concern about a spike of Corona virus cases in Brooklyn and Queens, and some neighborhoods there could be placed unlocked down again, maybe assumes today, states infection rate has risen to 1.5% governor, Cuomo says. That's in large part. Due to a few areas of Brooklyn and Orange and Rockland County's. The governor says the 10 zip codes of the worst corner virus infection rate don't even make up 3% of the state's population to represent a quarter of the cases. Key with these clusters is to jump on them quickly Attack them from all sides get the testing so you can do contact tracing and you can isolate get mass compliance up. Cuomo's deploying rapid result, coronavirus testing machines to local governments and schools in the areas of concern. I'm Scott Pringle doubled. Oh argues. Meanwhile, the governor also concerned about homeless encampments in the city. He calls it a public health threat and says it's time to reopen shelter. Governor Cuomo says is the number of homeless people continues to grow on the street and with the cold weather coming in, it's time to reopen homeless shelters, The governor said. The state knows how to safely reopen schools and restaurants and we know how to open shelters. The weather is getting cold. Nobody should be living on the street. Nobody should be living on the street, especially in the middle of a global health pandemic, Cuomo says. Cities and counties will be receiving guidance and how to reopen Cove. It's safe shelters. I'm Lisa G. W o R news. Well, it's debate night President Trump and Joe Biden Square off for the first time tonight will be a presidential debate. Unlike any in modern history, President Trump and Joe Biden on the same stage for the first time, no handshake, no opening. Statements and Biden is prepared for the gloves to come off right out of the gate. He's gonna want to make it personal. He's gonna want to get in the mosh pit. I'm going to talk about why I want to be president of states. He has taken time off the trail to prepare. But the president campaigning hard nine events in the last week. Correspondent Terry Moran, the president expected to also be grilled about his taxes. New York Times says he paid no federal income tax in 10 of the 15 years because Of big loss that President built his brand and his campaign on being a business genius with the mightiest touch has great business sense. I made a lot of money, and I had great success, so I've had great success by the way really successful. But the Times reports the Trump businesses, including his golf courses, and resorts are actually awash in red ink. His Washington hotel Reportedly lost $55.5 million since it opened four years ago. That's correspondent Jonathan Karl, and there's concern about absentee ballots here in the city. Voters in Brooklyn say they receive return envelopes. With the wrong name and address. Clearly, it's a very bad problems for the ballots that have already been sent in the city Board of elections, blaming a printing error by an outside vendor. Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett will be meeting with senators today on Capitol Hill. Republicans are going to move quickly to confirm her October 12th, 13th and 14th three days, possibly four for hearings. And then there'll be another sort of Greece Lightning race to a vote in committee. We think that's gonna happen, possibly as early as October 20 seconds, and then that's upsets up for easily for Mitch McConnell, the majority leader to hold a full Senate confirmation vote before Election day. That's correspondent Trisha Turner. Most Americans think the winner of the presidential election should nominate the next Supreme Court justice their time Sienna College Bull finds 56% wanna wait 41% think President Trump should fill the seat there. Trump dominated, of course, conservative federal Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to replace Liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Little more than a week after Ginsberg had died back here in the city tragedy in Brooklyn, a seven year old girl was killed have to being hit. By an armored truck near four o'clock When it happened. The seven year old girl had been walking with her family. At the time for reports, she stepped out into the intersection at 23rd Street on Bath Avenue in Bath Beach when the truck hit her. Images from the scene. Showa White Gardaworld truck That's a company which provide security services. The driver remained at the scene, and it appears no criminality is involved. Rather just a terrible tragedy rushed a Lutheran hospital. The girl couldn't be saved. James Flippen w O R News learning more about the arrest of President Trump's senior campaign adviser, brand par scale. New footage shows him being tackled by police officer Alarming body Cam Video showing senior Trump campaign adviser and former campaign manager Brad Part scale tackled and taken down by Florida police. I didn't do anything his wife racing out of their home and calling 911 on away. And then I heard telling police bar skill was intoxicated and armed Candice par scale, telling officers her husband had suicidal thoughts over the past few weeks. That's correspondent Rachel Scott 10 minutes.
Amy Coney Barrett to Senate: I look forward to working with you during the confirmation process
"Trump is officially nominated Amy Cockney Barrett to replace the seat held by Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Washington is bracing for what could be a bruising confirmation in the Senate. ABC. White House correspondent Rachel Scott, The devout Catholic, has strong support among religious conservatives and anti abortion activists, and she's already bracing for a tough fight ahead. I have no illusions that the road ahead of me will be easy, either for the short term or the long haul. Members of the United States Senate. I look forward to working with you during the confirmation process. More
"rachel scott" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Arrest in the hospital. I was scare not gonna lie. I was the whole process was scary. It was just I at first I didn't I didn't make a lot of pull it through muscle. Tropical storm beta causing wind and high surf in Galveston, Texas, forecast for possibly over a foot of rain on Treasure Island off Galveston. Jim Weather says his family is talking up on food and water, hoping their home built high off the ground keeps him safe. Storm Tropical Storm And isn't even here yet. And if it comes in around, dumps all that rain, we're gonna get it all right here. How 16 ft above Ground. The latest forecast track just out has beta hitting the coast tomorrow near Victoria, Texas and slowing down Destruction from a wind driven wildfire in the mountains north east of Los Angeles, now about 156 square miles, burning structures homes in a nature center in the southern California Wildlife Centre. Former VP Joe Biden and staffers working with Democratic leadership in the House and Senate on strategy for the Supreme Court. Vacancy. Sosa BIDEN Aid to ABC News ABC is Rachel Scott on two Republican senators Lisa Murkowski, joining Susan Collins, saying she will not support taking up a potential Supreme Court vacancy. This close to the election. Republicans can only afford to lose the support of three senators. Vice President Mike Pence would break a tie. ABC is Rachel Scott, You're listening to ABC News. Okay. Some goodness, I hard radio's new true crime podcast paper Ghosts investigates a decades long search for four young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England hometowns. You tried to say anything to them about her? They didn't like her, but recently uncovered evidence could change.
Democrats break fundraising records after Ginsburg's death
"Bader Ginsburg, closer look from ABC is George Stephanopoulos. Traditionally, you've had more conservatives who seem energized by the idea of a Supreme Court pick. Then progressives and Democrats. But, you know, in the early indications coming since the death of Justice Ginsburg could she could suggest that that is changing huge contributions, breaking all kinds of records Friday night Teo organizations that are working to like Democratic senators. Democratic House members on the political battle over who will succeed Justice. Ginsberg is heating up less than Two days days after after after the the the the justice justice justice justice died died died died from from from from complications complications complications complications of of of of cancer cancer cancer cancer at at at at the the the the age age age age of of of of 87. 87. 87. 87. President President President President Trump Trump Trump Trump says says says says he he he he will will will will nominate nominate nominate nominate a a a a woman woman woman woman while while while while Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats are are are are battling battling battling battling to to to to delay delay delay delay the process. Publicans will now have to figure out if they have enough votes in the Senate to confirm that nominee by election Day, but it would have to move at a rapid pace. On average. It takes about 70 days for a nomination to get through the Senate were less than 45 days out. From Election Day. That's ABC is Rachel Scott reporting that busy
"rachel scott" Discussed on WRVA
"Mid chance of filled the sea president, Trump told the campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He plans to do just that. He paid tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The day after her death at 87 created a vacancy on the Supreme Court, he says of her replacement. It will be a woman a very talented, very brilliant. Conservative Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett's an early front runner. She face sharp questions from Democrats during a federal confirmation hearing in 2017 on her views regarding abortion and Roe vs Wade. Democrats want the winner of the election in November to select the next nominee. But ABC is Rachel Scott has more on the process with Republicans in control right now, the White House and the Senate. Now I have to figure out if they have enough votes in the Senate to confirm that nominee by Election Day, but it would have to move at a rapid pace. On average. It takes about 70 days for a nomination to get through the Senate, and we're less than 45 days out from Election Day. President Trump has said a vaccine for the Corona virus is imminent. But ABC Chuck's Iverson says a new ABC News Ipsos Paul has uncovered a trust problem. Fewer than one in 10 in the latest ABC News Ipsos poll have a great deal of confidence in President Trump to confirm a covert vaccine's effectiveness. 69% do not have confidence in the president vouching for a vaccine. The poll also finds fewer Americans, saying they are likely to get a safe and effective Corona virus vaccine. There's a poll of 528 adults. The ban on TIC tac downloads in the U. S has been delayed after President Trump said he gave his blessing to a deal that would see Wal Mart and Oracle form a company to run ticked.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves legacy as champion of women's equality
"Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87 left behind an incredible American legacy. Ginsberg pushed for equality became a cultural icon. Along the way. Correspondent Rachel Scott has more from the U. S Supreme Court just 5 FT one. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a liberal giant, a political force unexpectedly turned pop culture icon is beyond extraordinary. I am nearly 84 years old, and everyone wants to take the picture with her image larger than life. Those frilly lace collars and oversized glasses plastered on T shirts, posters even tattooed on arms and on Halloween parents dressing their kids as Ruth Baby Ginsberg. Correspondent Terry Moran
Office of National Intelligence to stop in-person election security briefings to Congress
"Director, John Racked, Let's decision to no longer give in person election security briefings on Capitol Hill. And the president firing right back ABC Rachel Scott in Washington, the nation's top intelligence officials telling Congress, the policy change will help ensure intelligence is not misunderstood or politicized. President Trump backing the move coming to the defense of his new national intelligence director, John Radcliffe, and accusing Democrats of sharing classified information tweeting. He's deranged, low lives like the Russia Russia Russia narrative. Plays better for them. It appears some lawmakers will still be briefed. Others won't and it split right down party lines. Here's ABC struck Sivertsen, the new head of National intelligence, John Radcliffe writes that stopping in person briefings and switching to written reports will make sure the info isn't misunderstood nor politicized. Then Senator Marco Rubio, in a statement accuse Democrats of leaking briefing details for political advantage. Rubio, a Florida Republican, added that the intelligence director tells him he'll continue in person briefing of the Republican leads. Senate Intelligence Committee, but presumably not the Democratic led House. Intel panel President Trump said his administration got tired of the sensitive election security information leaking on Capitol Hill. Positive numbers remaining low in
Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings
"Blaming it on leakers. The Trump administration announcing the office of the director of national Intelligence will stop in person election security briefings to members of Congress. To be immediately reverse. Congressional Democrats say there were already briefings on the books for the month of September. Those have now been called off, They are threatening to use every tool in their power to bring those intelligence briefings back. ABC is Rachel Scott's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, calling it shameful just weeks before the November election
Protesters strive for discussion, meaningful change at 2020 March on Washington
"Made in Washington, D. C. Friday. The march on Washington was the first plant was first planned after the killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day. But the crowds were also there for beyond a tailor and Jacob Blake and many others to mating change and calling for riel and meaningful solutions to deadly police shootings. One group even walked all the way from Milwaukee to be their amazing feeling. We in Washington be seen from Milwaukee to Washington, D C. They walked for 24 days, nearly 800 miles. The same clothes still on their backs has been interesting work. I mean, We've been called every name you can possibly think Tory low set out from Wisconsin before a police officer shot Jacob Blake telling me America is in a worse place than it was 57 years ago. We have to get to a point in America where we address the sickness of America, which is racism. Baby sees White House correspondent Rachel Scott. During the March. George Floyd's family urge civil rights protestors to quote be his legacy, his sister told the thousands on hand, They have to be the voice in the change. This year's rally is called Get your Knee off our necks, a reference to Floyd's police step back in May. His brother brother also also gave gave an an emotional emotional tribute tribute and and mentioned mentioned other other victims victims like like Jacob Jacob Blake, Blake, who who was was shot shot days days ago ago in in Wisconsin. Wisconsin. And And is is paralyzed paralyzed
President Trump's sister criticizes him in secret audio
"Reporting reporting They've They've obtained obtained hours hours of of audio audio from from President President Trump's Trump's sister, sister, Marianne, Marianne, describing him as a liar who can't be trusted. ABC is Rachel Scott, with the latest Donald's out. Donald theory is reported 15 hours of conversation have not been verified by ABC News. The Post reports. It was secretly recorded by the president's niece, Mary Trump. Her recent book accuses the president. A practicing Keating as a way of life. You write that when the president was trying to Transfer from Fordham. Depend he had someone else in my name Joe Shapiro. Take his s a T s. This is 1960 for how do you know that? Um, I've been told this by people in my family President Trump's response every day. It's something the Trump
"rachel scott" Discussed on WTVN
"The U. S. Postal Service. ABC is Rachel Scott says President Trump went on the offensive about the topic of mail in voting during an event Friday in Virginia, once again, pushing unfounded claims about mail in voting. Predicting it would trigger the greatest catastrophe in American history. You're not gonna be able to know the end of this election in my opinion for weeks months. Maybe never. But the president at odds with the postmaster general who tried to ease concerns telling Congress ballots will be delivered on time. The Postal Service is fully capable and committed to delivering the nation's election, male securely and on time. Meanwhile, California Governor Gavin Newsom asking President Trump for a major disaster declaration to help fight wildfires in California. There over 500 burning and one of the largest is torching wine country. ABC is Clayton Sandals and Harold Zberg, a week long firefight that's already claimed 500 homes and structures and six lives. New satellite images show the dense, unhealthy smoke from space. Heat sensing images reveal long fire lines and massive hot spots. The flames showing no signs of slowing down and two tropical storms are threatening the Gulf Coast. Lars moving over Puerto Rico today and Marco's passing over the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Number of patients hospitalized with covert 19 has fallen by 22% over the last three weeks. But this school years providing some new challenges his ABC Trevor Ault, Mississippi is facing some of the potential consequences of in person learning more than 200 students have tested. Positive and thousands more are in quarantine. One elementary school closed a week into classes because of an outbreak. Vladimir Putin critic Alexey Navalny has been taken to Berlin. He's hospitalized in a coma after a suspected poisoning your listening to ABC News. A magnitude.
Democrats Call on Postmaster DeJoy to Resign
"Is railed against mail in voting the House Oversight Committee today, calling on Postmaster General Lewis to joy to testify a week from tomorrow and produce documents related to changes at the post office. Bit amid reports of sorting machines and mailboxes being removed even as a record number of Americans are expected to vote by mail this year. Democrats calling on the new postmaster General Lewis to Joy to resign Congressman Adam Schiff tweeting. He's slow delivery banned overtime and decommissioned mail sorting machines right before the election during a pandemic. Protesters filling the streets outside the joy's home. Carrying signs reading Don't Stamp out democracy. ABC is Rachel Scott in Bedminster, New Jersey, where the president this weekend called mail in voting a disgrace and will make our country a laughingstock all over the world. His words Resident
Philadelphia - US Postal Service Warns Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballots May Not Be Delivered By Deadline
"And the ballot over mail in ballots now battle rather over mail in ballots now has a warning from the Postal Service. It may not be able to get ballots to voters more from ABC is Rachel Scott U. S Postal Service, warning at least 23 states that mail in ballots might not be delivered on time and risk not getting counted, calling deadline's in battleground states like Pennsylvania and Michigan, incongruous and incompatible with their delivery
"rachel scott" Discussed on WTVN
"ABC is Rachel Scott is in Bedminster, New Jersey, Back in Washington. Talks over Corona virus Relief bill collapse without a deal 30 million Americans out of work and the president signaling he's willing to sidestep lawmakers on this by issuing executive orders, but he could face a legal hurdle. Trying to do it without Congress and held for small businesses in the Balance Paycheck protection program, better known as PPP is expiring today, economists say. If there's not another round of support for small businesses, more Americans will lose their jobs In the next few months. He's theatre Bolton housing experts. They're talking about the fear of a tsunami of evictions of national scale if the federal government doesn't do more to help struggling Americans AL calls for courts to prioritize eviction cases involving violence and property damage, rather than evicting tenants who simply can't afford to pay their rents. Emily Hamilton with the market, a center at George Mason University households have been reporting at a very high rate that they're feeling housing insecure and not sure how they're going to make their next rent or mortgage payments. Right now. Surveys show most renters have been paying their rent during the Corona virus pandemic. Ah, massive motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota over the next 10 days. It may be the nation's biggest gathering since the pandemic began, sparking concerns that could become a super spreader event. Some residents had attempted to postpone or cancel the gathering. New intelligence reports show There is foreign interference in the U. S presidential election once again with China and Iran creating propaganda to benefit Joe Biden and Russia doing the same for President Trump that report detailing Russia's extensive use of social media to push for the president's reelection. You're listening to ABC News. Mid American conference.
John Lewis honored by lawmakers as ‘conscience of Congress’ as he lies in state at the Capitol
"Rights icon John Lewis lies in state. Now he'll be there today and tomorrow at the Capitol in Washington, many who were touched by his life and legacy already paying tribute publicly the youngest daughter of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Telling me her uncle John kept her father's legacy alive. There were very few people After my father's assassination, who remained true to the nonviolent philosophy in methodology and carried it forward and legitimated it in this generation of time, and Congressman John Lewis will continue its journey to his final resting place. Departing for Capitol Hill, where he was known as the Conscience of Congress, maybe sees Rachel Scott and a motor skate carried the body in the casket. The flag draped casket of Lewis to Capitol Hill, where he will now lie in state. Ah, local
John Lewis carried across Selma bridge for the final time
"Slow where he and other civil rights marchers were beaten many years ago on a bridge named for a cake, a leader a last journey across it in Selma, Alabama, for the body of Congressman John Lewis. This past hour, his flag draped casket in a horse drawn case on ABC is Rachel Scott. In so so many gathering here today to honor the civil rights icon say that the fight for injustice still continues. And the best way to honor his legacy is to do exactly what he said. Getting good trouble, unnecessary trouble and keep your eyes on the prize. There's talk of renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge after Lewis, ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts. There is Ah, wonderful symmetry to the idea of renaming this bridge. Not only because there is this movement to remove the symbols of of the Confederacy was his casket next headed for Montgomery, Alabama today, accusing
Trump rally in New Hampshire postponed
"Hangar at Portsmouth International Airport. With seating outside depending on the size of the crowd, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said it will probably be pushed back a week or two. Yesterday, the president was in Florida recovered 19 cases continue to search, but the president reassured that the virus is under control. ABC is Rachel Scott president did not hold a single event
Trump rails against 'angry mobs' during rally at Mount Rushmore; headed to Washington, D.C. next
"Trump's speech at Mount Rushmore on the eve of Independence Day was focused on the protest that have been seen over the last month. Angry mobs are trying to tear down statues of our founders. To face our most sacred memorials and unleash a wave of violent crime will take part tonight in another celebration in Washington, says ABC is Rachel Scott president pushing forward with his salute to America that on the South Lawn tomorrow that will be followed by fireworks and flyovers over on the National Mall. Officials say they will have 300,000 face coverings on hands and pass out to visitors. But wearing it will be optional. And the mayor of D. C is urging residents to celebrate this holiday from home and avoid those large gatherings.
Washington, DC mayor urges residents to stay home on 4th of July; entertainment venues in Miami-Dade to close again
"President will continue Independence Day celebrations back in Washington today president pushing forward with his salute to America that on the South Lawn tomorrow that will be followed by fireworks and flyovers over on the National Mall. Officials say they will have 300,000 face coverings on hands and pass out to to visitors, visitors, but but wearing wearing it it will will be be optional. optional. And And the the mayor mayor of of D. D. C. C. Is Is urging urging residents residents to to celebrate celebrate this this holiday holiday from from home home and and avoid avoid those those large large gatherings. gatherings. ABC ABC is Rachel Scott. During his address. The president only mentioned the Corona virus wants. That is cases surge in more than 30 states particularly hard hit Texas, Arizona, California and Florida, where some beaches are closed. Parts of Florida under an overnight curfew to try and stop the spread. The mayor of Miami Dade County did roll back the reopening of some entertainment venues like casinos keep in mind. Bars and clubs did not reopen down here. But there is some concern about some underground parties taking place NBC's victor a
'Indefensible': Trump slammed for sharing video where supporter yells 'white power' at protesters
"For Retweeting a racist video more on this from a B C's Rachel Scott. The White House is trying to explain why the president of the United States used his enormous platform to amplify this racist message. The President Retweeting this video to his 82 million followers. A man shouting white power in a golf cart displaying Trump 2020 campaign signs Trump supporters clashing with counter demonstrators two weeks ago at a Florida retirement community called the villages, according to its new site. Hey, the president sharing a two minute expletive filled excerpt of the sites Video, adding, Thank you to the great people of the village is Senator Tim Scott, the Senate's on ly black Republican, called on President Trump to delete the post, I think is indefensible. We should take it down more than three hours after posting he did. This is really not about the president taking it down. This is about the judgment of the president and putting it up. In a statement, The White House says the president did not hear the one statement made on the video, adding. What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters. What the president has insisted He keeps a close eye on what he shares as outrage over racial inequality sweeps the nation. The Department of Homeland Security warns of an increase in white supremacist violence. The president's tweet is potentially dangerous because it may be viewed by some white supremacists as I call to action. Or even a call for violence. His rival Joe Biden, noting the president's message recalls this moment when a white nationalist rally turned deadly in Charlottesville. You also had people That we're Very fine people on both sides bite and writing. Today, the president shared a video of people shouting white power and said they were great, adding the president has picked a side coma news time. 7
Miami - VP Mike Pence’s Campaign Events Postponed In Florida ‘Out Of An Abundance Of Caution’
"Major shift tonight by the trump campaign canceling events for vice president pence in Arizona and Florida out of an abundance of caution and ABC news tonight, also confirming the campaign had stickers urging social distancing removed from president trump's event in Tulsa and campaign staffers that rally in Quarantine ABC's Rachel Scott is in Washington tonight. With cases on the rise in many states tonight, the trump campaign postponing vice president Mike Pence's upcoming events in Arizona and Florida out of an abundance of caution the news coming one day after he defended large. Gatherings at the first White House Corona virus task briefing since April twenty-seventh in that time nearly seventy thousand Americans have died from the virus freedom of speech, and the right to peaceably assembles enshrined in the Constitution the United States. And even in health crisis, the American people don't forfeit our constitutional
Trump says he intends to hold rallies in Oklahoma, Florida
"Story president trump heading back to the White House to prepare for his return to the campaign trail this week A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott tells us his public appearance next week comes while coronavirus cases are on the increase again in some locations president trump holding a rally in Tulsa Oklahoma now that venue for the nineteen thousand people the campaign says that safety precautions will be in place sources tell us that could range from face masks
Protests Continue In Cities Across The Country Saturday
"The protests taking place in cities and towns and communities across the country they continued into Saturday night's is A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott in Washington some of the largest demonstrations yet coast to coast mostly peaceful marches from San Francisco to New York New Orleans to Philadelphia here in Washington the largest crowd yet a sea of protesters in the shadow of the nation's capital pressing toward the White House overnight protesters painting the fund the police on the street at the counterpart to mayor Bowser's black lives matter
"rachel scott" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"For fourteen days ABC's Rachel Scott Richard Cantu ABC news now K. two whether you will notice more clouds as we begin the week the upper level easterly flow will shift to a southerly flow bringing in clouds from the south in from offshore daytime highs will drop into the upper sixties and low seventies will also see a chance of scattered showers or scattered isolated thunderstorms across western Oregon and the cascades early in the week so be prepared for the changes indicate to stormtracker weather center I'm Rhonda Shelby and I heart radio station eleven ninety K. E. X. available everywhere with the I heart radio app now number one for broadcasting eleven ninety Zacks Warner he says Warner you certainly this call may contain this morning no yup No Way sure legs spread soon my finding the funding the reason why some jogging on the other but I think when people run in circles and so to talk to Richard call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Richard from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest Richards Jerry so this is Curt Smith of tears for fears with his daughter diva.
"rachel scott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The mayor of New York City ABC's Rachel Scott has more on the White House response New York governor Andrew Cuomo warning the country's hardest hit state could run out of ventilators in just a few days but the president telling our Jon Karl New York is well they certainly should they should have had more ventilators they were totally under serviced we are trying to do we're doing our best for New York we've worked very well with the governor we happen to think that he's well served with ventilators president trump also said he is not going to follow the CDC's new recommendation that Americans wear masks you can do it you don't have to do it I'm choosing not to do it but some people may want to do it and that's okay it may be good probably will that make it a recommendations only recommendations voluntary the CDC's advising people to wear the masks that are made out of cloth or fabric non medical masks they want everyone to reserve medical masks for medical personnel the nation's most populous state has not seen the intense spike in corona virus cases that other areas have experienced so California's governor says this is the time to get ready governor Gavin Newsom says modelling shows a peak here in California will be in may well numbers are still rising here Newsome says luckily cases have not been spiking like they are in New York we're doing all we can to continue to take advantage of this wall the governor announcing new programs to put California's homeless into hotels rented by the state to protect them from corona virus Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles president trump fired the intelligence community's inspector general Michael Atkinson saying.
"rachel scott" Discussed on WTVN
"From ABC news time Chertsey return a reporter asking president trump in past hours at his Florida golf resort a U. S. marine assigned to fort Belvoir Virginia has tested positive for covert nineteen and is currently being treated at the installations hospitals as the Pentagon the marine recently returned from overseas where he was on official business at the nursing home near Seattle it's become the center of the corona virus outbreak in Washington state Tim Killian spokesman for the life care center of Kirkland says they still don't have enough test kits the number of deaths since February nineteenth associated with this facility are twenty six that includes fifteen patients who have died in local hospitals of those fifteen patients who have died in local hospitals thirteen of those have been positively tested at that's having positive for court court nineteen anger on board the grand princess cruise ship capped off the coast of San Francisco with at least twenty one aboard confirm with corona virus if you're healthy it's safe to travel says vice president Mike pence the president's point man on corona virus but adding seniors with serious underlying health conditions or chronic health conditions those Americans should avoid any activities that might unnecessarily expose them to the coronavirus tense meeting with cruise industry executives in fort Lauderdale Florida has more coronavirus cases are reported in New York state governor Andrew Cuomo asking people to be careful of nursing homes or viruses can easily spread super Tuesday around two coming up primaries and caucuses in six battleground states A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott on former vice president Joe Biden Biden says his.
"rachel scott" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Values he espoused for presidential candidate sits an opportunity to press the flesh ABC's Rachel Scott tonight with candidates are going to be in South Carolina to start off the day remember that black voters are a critical block of the Democratic Party and so they're gonna be trying to get some face time with those voters and then it's right back here to Iowa again I will caucus is now just two weeks away so they will be coming back here participating and black and brown forum that will be happening later today and then for those candidates who still said in the U. S. Senate it'll be back to Washington it's an historic week for our nation's capital the third presidential impeachment trial in history set to get under way we get the latest now from CBS's down for a little more than a day to go before the U. S. Senate starts a trial of historic importance our case a sample of the fax uncontested and the evidence is overwhelming Donald Trump press should a foreign government to target an American citizen for political and personal gain Democrat Hakim Jeffries will be among the house members trying to convince it's the Senate of that Texas Republican John Cornyn sounding like an unlikely buyer he's been charged with abuse of power which is not treason which is not bribery which is not a high crime and misdemeanor so this is the first time in history where a president has been impeached for non crime for events that never occurred he was on face the nation congressman Jeffries appeared on fox news Sunday the trial a problem for a few democratic senators running for president they will be tied to their deaths to sensually once this trial begins unable to tweet unable to talk and certainly unable to meet with voters in Iowa New Hampshire two states that value in person face time so what are they doing instead of deploying their spouses and top Sir against CBS news political correspondent ed o'keefe top forty CBS news Washington tension engine one American city head of a pro gun rally today mass shootings in two others overnight we'll tell you all about it inside the next five minutes right now though at nine thirty three it's time for traffic and weather together starting with the Subaru retailers of knowing that all wheel drive traffic on the threes any trouble spots out there lord couple of them going on right now can they'll sell about four ninety five there's a crash in the median just before exit fifty two which is route one ten in Haverhill so use caution there that's earlier debris in the road one twenty eight north bound that's been removed before route twenty in wall them otherwise you are in great shape between route one at Peabody and winter street in Waltham that we do have some problems on the pike actually is on the mass AB on ramp to the pike westbound so watch out for delays there's still dealing with the right lane crash we continue to see that incident out in the west of the city watch for delays in opt in east bound tractor trailer rolled over much earlier this morning they're still in the process of clearing that in the right lane remains closed to traffic continues to be sluggish for about five miles Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the trees thanks.
"rachel scott" Discussed on KOMO
"Rachel Scott is in west Palm Beach Florida as president had to clarify where he has stood on this first he said that he would not comply with Congress he stood by that decision and then after taking some heat and getting some more questions about this he has appeared to walk this back he says he would now will be any subpoena issued to him but insists that the focus should be on president trump's conduct not his and following a major winter storm barreling through the heartland at this hour delivering dangerous ice punishing wind and heavy snow you're listening to ABC news with the stock market at all time highs cashing your profits now invest in an asset that can potentially pay for up to twenty or more years that's the sound of a producing oil well and the sound of a smart investment if you aren't as easy to find accredited investor you can take advantage of encore energies projects call now to learn how you can potentially achieve twenty or more years of income and deduct one hundred percent of every dollar invested against all forms of income call one eight hundred eight oh three eighty five eleven invest in your future and by oil encores drilling in an area that is potentially one of the most prolific horizontal oil plays in the entire country oil prices are projected to rise so you need to own a piece of an oil field on core energy is the most active oil and gas operator in its core area of operations call now and learn how to deduct one hundred percent of your investment and create twenty or more years of potential monthly income call one eight hundred eight oh three eighty five eleven you'll be calling directly to the home office of encore energy that's one eight hundred eight oh three eighty five eleven on a does not involve a high degree of risk and actual results may very the wildfires in Australia expected to continue thousands of koalas along parts of the New South Wales coast feared killed over the past few months.
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"Rachel Scott is in west Palm Beach Florida as president had to clarify where he has stood on this first he said that he would not comply with Congress he stood by that decision and then after taking some heat and getting some more questions about this he has appeared to walk this back he says he would now will be any subpoena issued to him but insists that the focus should be on president trump's conduct not his and following a major winter storm barreling through the heartland at this hour delivering dangerous ice punishing wind and heavy snow you're listening to ABC news time seven oh two Aurora police say they've arrested a suspect in Friday's deadly shooting at the Aurora mall seventeen year old native Poindexter was killed in the JC Penney store his uncle tells fox thirty one the family's done is definitely trying to be a young man that was impacting other lives and you know and and be someone that his little brothers to look up to police say they've arrested eighteen year old Camille Garrett in connection with the shooting el Paso county deputies are investigating after they received a call saying six puppies were thrown out of a moving vehicle the vehicle believed to be a white Nissan pathfinder Morgan Gillingham witnessed the incident on her way to work and pulled over Morgan tells a problem solver she believes several people were in that pathfinder because the puppies were thrown out of the back of the vehicle several good Samaritan spent last night searching for the other four puppies we haven't heard if they found them just yet fox thirty ones Matt moral secretary of state Jenna griz wall joins businessman and democratic presidential candidate Tom's tire for a town hall today.
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"Two raptor it's an extraordinary sight the Rachel Scott ABC news correspondent at the White House I don't know what you can see from the White House right now Rachel but the this is this is the president's delivering a very big show exactly this is exactly what he promised me that people were going to be coming from far and wide to join him today in the celebration of America honoring the history of our country it's called a salute to America and as those why over there happening from the U. S. Coast Guard and the Air Force the president is standing on stage standing behind that rain stain security glass in his recounting time for the United States military has prevailed we've been victorious going into these long details about times where you know people that have been our our servicemen have been extremely great it in matters of war in so it's quite the scene out there and of course as you said lots of people gather around to listen the president here it delivers message today the president watching this flyover known about to address yet another branch of the military is he salutes the military on the nation's Walters president trump in October of seventeen seventy five the Continental Congress ordered the construction of Jews with sailing vessels each carrying ten cabins and eighty men to sell his work our young fleet tested their sea legs against the most powerful navy the world has ever seen John Paul Jones America's first great naval hero said I wish to have no connection with any ship that does not sale fast for I intend to go in harms way he got his wish many times when a ship were shot into pieces off the coast of England by a British vessel and your four dozen guns when demanded to surrender Jones very famously declared I have not yet begun to fight when I navy begins fighting they finish the job the war of eighteen twelve captain James Lawrence spell with his brothers on the USS Chesapeake is dying command gained immortality don't give up the ship in the battle of Mobile Bay add will David Farragut lash himself to the Reagan of his flagship to see beyond the cabin smoke crying damn the torpedoes full speed ahead in World War two is a V. eight is launched from the carrier Hornet Yorktown who fill this guy's a midway and turned the tide of the Pacific War nobody could beat us nobody could come close on D. day C. B. engineers came ashore to destroy blockades and barriers making way for the invasion many lost their lives but they took the German defenses with them and our main crushed upon the beach is like a mighty storm from the naval demolition units of World War two arose a force that became famous in that meeting Dr they don't want to see our force again delivered vengeance on the terrorists who planned the September eleventh attacks on our homeland it was this seals to stand ready to bring righteous retribution and mountain jungle does your its sales with the United States Navy representing our great maybe today will be to F. eighteen super Hornets from Naval Air Station o'shea in Virginia along with two F. thirty five flight things from Naval Air Station learn more in California you're listening to live coverage from A. B. C..
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"President Trump says he called off ice rates scheduled for Sunday. But he still sticking up for getting immigrant families out of the US. The president has flip flopped on this plan over the last few years the operation called family on part of a plan to deport more than two thousand undocumented immigrants. And as many as ten cities, some city leaders, firing back refusing to cooperate others telling immigrants how to avoid arrest. This show of force was slated to target immigrant families in their homes, even those without criminal histories the action. Reflective of a twenty fifteen campaign promise going to have a deportation force and you're going to do it humanely. But it was a campaign promise. He later backed off its ABC's Rachel Scott in Washington. One hotel, the Republicans taking steps following the recent deaths of American tourists in the country, the hard rock hotel casino in Punta Cana taking steps to keep its guests safe as a tenth American is confirmed to have died. While vacationing in the Dominican Republic over the last year. The hard rock says while alcohol will continue to be served twenty four hours a day. It's removing liquor dispensers from all guests rooms and contracting in American third party testing lab to test all food and beverage products and public spaces on Friday, the country's tourism minister pushed back against the characterization that there has been an increase in the number of deaths saying statistically, that number is actually down from years past, Dave Packer, ABC news. This is ABC news. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing as getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur, spent five years in twenty million dollars searching.
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"Chesterfield NewsRadio WNBA time, ten o'clock. The US is attempting, an international, high wire, balancing act this hour in the throes of rising tensions with Iran day after attacks onto oil, tankers, just outside Iran's territorial waters. The administration is caught in a high stakes triangle of pressured to punish Iran and a need to reassure Gulf Arab allies, without drawing, the US closer to war, ABC's, Stephanie Ramos officials at the Pentagon have reportedly weighed tactical responses to the attacks like increasing security around tankers, or even deploying as many as six thousand additional service members to the Persian Gulf. But the US has to be very careful here and walkabout balance between having necessary forces and assets like warships in the region to deter threat, but also not escalate what is already a tense situation? Planned Parenthood is building. A new women's clinic in Alabama despite the state's near total ban on abortions. A spokeswoman says it's set to open. Late this year in Birmingham, and plans to offer services including abortions, it would replace an older clinic currently in the states largest city, the minion Republican officials were saying there is no evidence of a connection between several deaths and island resorts, they want tourists not to rush to judgment, but as ABC's area Rashif reports another American is dead. And her family is asking for answers State Department monitoring yet another investigation of an American tourist who died in the Dominican Republic. Leyla Cox's family left, heartbroken after the New York mother passed away, just a day after her fifty third birthday, Cox an MRI technician died from what ficials say was a heart attack. But her son claims she was healthy, this after reports of at least eight jets of tourists from the US in the last twelve months at different resorts across the Dominican Republic, the fudge continues this morning for a loan suspect in shooting that left, one man injured. It happened in the four hundred block of north Harrison street just after one o'clock in the morning victim was shot in the leg after an argument with an unidentified suspect who fled the scene on north Harrison street and President Trump is expected to formally announce his reelection campaign on Tuesday already. He's going after vice president, Joe Biden ABC's, Rachel Scott. While Biden is just one of twenty three democratic candidates in the race. President Trump has insisted in any match up. He is the clear front runner. Meanwhile, Trump has doubled down on his comments to ABC news earlier this week that he would accept political dirt from foreign adversary. Those comments drew outrage among Democrats, and even prompted criticism from some of the president's allies, Rachel, Scott, ABC news, the White House..
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"Felt really bad because I left my friends underneath that table. Greg sister. Rachel Scott was also killed that day. One way. The Scott family coped with her loss was by creating Rachel's challenge, a nonprofit that has shared her story with millions of people, especially those still in school in the schools, ID, focus on compassion. I share my sister story with our program, and we know that just by sharing her story and sharing some powerful lessons behind the Columbine shooting. We know of school shootings that have been prevented and suicides that have been prevented. And that may be so, but since Columbine there have been eleven school shootings categorized as mass shootings. According to the Washington Post, a mass shooting being one in which four or more people were killed and overall since Columbine school shootings have killed at least one hundred forty three people over the last few years. Many schools now regularly hold drills were active. Shootings as they do for fires and have developed rules or a protocol for students, which is run. Hide fight run. If you can hide if you can't fight if you must. I'm Evan Haning. Rebuilding. Notre dumb, the eight hundred year old Paris cathedral. Devastated by fire will cost billions of dollars as architects historians and artisans worked to preserve the medieval landmark, but little of the money will come from insurance companies Notre dumb, and it's artworks are property of the French state and not insured. Our Jim Roope has been following the story president Mitterrand speaking, not just to the French people. But to the world pledged we will. Even beautiful. Must be done in five years. We can. To some. That's quite a bold and aggressive pledge forty year million Rupe. My daughter who's lived and worked in Paris for more than five years now and lives near the fedral says the estimates reported in the local newspapers on local television news suggests it'll take much longer decades the shortest time line. She heard as the day went on in Paris, maybe ten to fifteen years, and this makes sense because in that same speech Macron also said. Let's be wanting to. Sega says the estimated time line is the second shock wave to hit Parisians the first the fire itself. Of course, the second not so much the timeline. But what the timeline means one? It'll be a different time for my children. Now, the whole skyline of Paris is going to look different for quite a while skyline. That was for more than eight hundred years is changed maybe four decades. So what does this mean for Macron if within five years the cathedral's nut restored Vega says it's hard to say given the political troubles? Their president has had. John an out of these things that happening over what team fifteen weeks is French for yellow vest, the yellow vest protests that started out over an increase in gas prices in his grown into an entire movement of people criticizing macaroni for being out of touch with the poor and middle-class coast to address the today, and then he had to move it because of Gina Toivo incident. His presence and his words have a positive impact on his tremendous political career as politically correct, particularly moved by it, but they weren't unhappy with it just thought that that was a correct response to what was going on in a report that was done. I'm Jim Roope coming up on America this week. It says made in the USA, but is it after these messages? Lots of investment firms talk about customizing a portfolio to your knees. But they may only look at one or two aspects of your financial.
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"And Alison keys. Rachel, scott. More than two thousand people gathered in a park in Littleton Colorado to Mark the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting the names of the twelve students and teacher killed were red and community members volunteer at shelters and lay flowers and cards at a memorial for the victims CBS CBS as berry Peterson was there. This is a ceremony of remembrance for about a half mile from Columbine high school just like twenty years ago, there is sadness here, but just like twenty years ago. This community comes together to help those who still need to hear speakers at the ceremony say healing is the result of daily work. President Trump is tweeting about the redacted Muller. Russian meddling report released this week CBS Jiang with the latest. The president wrote the end result of the greatest witch hunt and US political history is no collusion with Russia and no obstruction pretty amazing, but special counsel Robert Muller did. Not reach a conclusion on the obstruction of Justice. He investigated ten events in which it may have occurred, including Mr. Trump directing White House counsel, Don Mcgann to fire Mueller. Megantic copious notes about the request President Trump warned watch out for people that take so called notes when the notes never existed until needed a zookeeper and Kansas in the hospital after being attacked by tiger. She had worked with for years. CBS's crisper tina's reports half tiger and he parked in. It's available. The two kazoo had just opened when the nine one one call came in. Age. Deafening. Attacked by a tiger the woman and Sanjiv the seven year old Sumatran tiger were in the tiger habitat together when the attack occurred Sanjiv recognized that the listens tackled keeper the incident lasted nearly ten minutes until other workers were able to lure the cat back into an enclosed area..
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"Because I I left my friends anyth- that table, Greg sister. Rachel Scott was also killed that day. One way. The Scott family coped with her loss was by creating Rachel's challenge, a nonprofit that has shared her story with millions of people, especially those still in school in the schools idea, focus on compassion. I share my sister story with our program, and we know that just by sharing her story and sharing some powerful lessons behind the Columbine shooting. We know of school shootings had been prevented and suicides that have been prevented. And that may be so, but since Columbine there have been eleven school shootings categorized as mass shootings. According to the Washington Post, a mass shooting being one in which four or more people were killed and overall since Columbine school shootings have killed at least one hundred forty three people over the last few years. Many schools now regularly whole drills. Nls were active shootings as they do for fires and have developed rules or a protocol for students, which is run. Hide fight run. If you can hide if you can't fight if you must. I'm Evan Haning. Again. Tomorrow marks the twentieth. Anniversary of that incident at eleven till today marks the one year anniversary of the start of anti-government protests in Nicaragua which were met with violent deadly crackdown. Tension still runs high in that nation as Steve Kastenbaum reports. One year ago people took to the streets Nicaragua's cities to protest the tax hike and a reduction and social security benefits within days the protests grew into a full fledged anti-government movement over the course of several months. Violent clashes with police in pro-government militias led to more than three hundred protesters being killed hundreds of political prisoners being taken and as many as fifty thousand people fleeing the country most. To neighboring Costa Rica since then President Daniel Ortega's government declared protests and act of terrorism against the state today marks the one year anniversary of the start of those protests. Tension hangs over Managua and other cities in Nicaragua. Amidst renewed calls for protests today, thousands of police officers in body armor and heavily armed pro government, militia members patrol the streets of the capital and other cities earlier this week US national security adviser John Bolton announced new sanctions against Nicaragua. Today. I am pleased to announce that the United States will also sanction Bancorp the Ortega slush fund. He also announced sanctions specifically targeting the wife and children of president or tak- Bolton linked recent events in Nicaragua to Venezuela and Cuba as the president said in February the twilight our of socialism has arrived in our hemisphere. The troika of tyranny Cuba. Venezuela and Nicaragua is beginning to crumble today's tension takes place against the backdrop of Good Friday normally churches or packed across Nicaragua on this day. But Turks leaders have been the principal negotiators between protesters and the government the opposition in Nicaragua has rallied around the Catholic church seeing it as their only advocate in their nation. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Nine till John. Where do we begin in sports? We start off this morning in New York where the Brooklyn nets were trying to take a two one series lead over the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers in their first round matchup and seemed to get an advantage with the news that Sixers star center Joel Embiid would be out of the lineup with a sore knee. Philly loss game one of the series with Embiid out of the lineup. However, Ben Simmons made sure there would not be a repeat as the three seat in the east scored a career playoff high thirty one points to help the Sixers take two games to one lead in the series to buy. His Harris at twenty nine points. Draining six three pointers and hauled in sixteen rebounds. The Angelo Russell and Kerris Lavertu each scored twenty six points for the nets who host game four on Saturday in other first round playoff action. Derek Whyte had a career high thirty six points in this first two games to one lead after beating the nuggets. One eighteen to one await Kevin Durant scored thirty eight points in the Golden State Warriors took a two one lead in their NBA first round series by blowing out the clippers one thirty two to one zero five in L A. Steph curry added twenty one points despite foul trouble to help the warriors bounce back after blowing thirty one point lead in their game. Two loss tonight. Toronto takes on the magic in Orlando with that series tied at a game of peace. Boston travels to Indiana leading two games to none and Oklahoma City host Portland with the trailblazers leading two games to none on the diamond starting pitcher Patrick Corbin earned his first win as a member of the Washington nationals pitching into the eighth inning of the Nazi four two two win over San Francisco. He gave up just two hits and. A walkway striking out nine for his first curly w after signing a six.
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"Uh no i don't there's so many ways of that can go wrong when law enforcement arrives who is the adult holding the gun is at an active shooter is out of school person there's just so many ways that goes wrong that's why we get into the stream before the a gun is in the equation in and train in prevention programmes will issue reaction to what you heard and saw an an and felt at the listening session yesterday and asset because daryll scott who is the father of rachel scott who was killed at columbine said that he felt as if the president was genuinely moved by what he heard an end wonders if there's actually a different tone in the air now following the parkland shooting i i do think there's a different tone you can't knock field us if you're living breathing human being and then you're apparent and so yeah it was palpable in the room i mean i felt it and and i kind of i was witnessing these the this whole new group of people who who are now coming into this har rebel group of of of family members who have lost loved ones in mass shootings in this country and i hope that the president and his administration did feel something and did take something away from that uh and can move forward with constructive ideas of around sustainable solutions of how to make our ours schools and students safer do you have confidence though that this new tone in the air can translate into actual action at congress because you've been through this before i mean after.