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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Members and survivors. Of the pulse nightclub, shooting two Santas Tuesday, signing legislation banning trans girls and women from competing on sports teams, which aligned with their gender identity. Supporters say it's all about fairness to girls and women competing in middle and high school sports. Miami Dade elected officials and police are trying to address this past weekend's shooting spree that left dozens injured and others dead Body. The county commissioners are ready to stop the violence by investing in paid summer programs for at risk youth and other community initiatives. It's time to say. Zero tolerance to crime. That's what I saw this past weekend is scaling it up, and we need to scale up our Gammas. Well. Advice. Sure, Oliver Gilbert says the mayor's peace and prosperity plan addresses the long term problem by developing kids. If you want to actually solve this problem and stem what could be a very deadly summer for us, you invest in our police department right now. The proposal will be reviewed in committee next week. Aircraft. REGUS NEWS radio 6 10 Wi OD lawmakers are calling on the Defense Department to support replenishment of Israel's iron dome. Missile defense system. A bipartisan group of House members sent a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. Citing the recent deadly conflict between Israel and Hamas, the letter says the U. S must confirm it's ironclad commitment to Israel's safety and security. And the man who tried to kill President Reagan is sharing another side of himself. Now that he's no longer behind bars, John Hinckley Jr has been posting videos of himself performing love songs on YouTube, the 66 year old Hinckley, who shot Reagan back in 1981. In an attempt to impress actress Jodie Foster as the court's permission to post his music. How much movement on Wall Street today all three major indices posting just slight gains. Another update coming up at 4 30 more than Sean Hannity Show is next. After we check whether I'm out Louis News radio 6 10 W Y o D. If you are loved one has tested positive for covert 19. You may have many questions,.

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Carlos Gimenez says he saw ‘humanitarian crisis’ on trip to southern border

Glenn Beck

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Carlos Gimenez says he saw ‘humanitarian crisis’ on trip to southern border

"Crisis at the border in person, blaming the Biden administration for allowing migrants to come to the U. S. While their status is reviewed. Republican representative Carlos Menaces to restore order at the US Mexico border We need to stop incentivizing. People to come here. We need hundreds of more judges to be able to expedite the asylum hearings of these migrants that air coming over and, frankly, the old policy of keeping them in Mexico till they get these hearings. Is probably the best the best thing he calls seeing hundreds of Children inside of Customs and Border Patrol facility in El Paso, Texas. Heartbreaking aircraft. REGUS NEWS radio 6 10 Wi OD Homeland

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Broward Schools Review Ways to Get Kids Back on Track

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Broward Schools Review Ways to Get Kids Back on Track

"School officials are reviewing ways to get students back on track. Broward School board members using today's workshop to discuss Florida's best standards and literacy within a school system that struggling with the pandemic cause learning slide share doctor Rosalyn Osbon admits no matter how hard they tried, they don't have enough time left in the school year to get students caught up working really hard to make sure that we have opportunities for learning doing spring bait. We're not gonna be able to be out of school for summer. Many kids will have to do some of school this year. He hopes upcoming state testing will be used to set a baseline, but scores not be used for retention or teacher evaluation. Aircraft. REGUS news

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02:30 min | 1 year ago

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"New and president, Biden says now former President Trump, in fact did leave him something on his inauguration day. Though former President Trump thought this transition and refused to attend the inauguration, he did honor one tradition, leaving a note for his successor. President Biden would not reveal what it said, but called it generous. That's NBC's Alice Barr reporting. Now one of President Biden's first acts is drawing criticism, at least from one Florida Republican Rick Scott, it responding to the executive order to rejoin the Paris climate accord. Senator Scott says President Biden is only doing this to appease his liberal friends. We have to stop joining deals that are bad for America. He says. The deal does nothing to hold real polluters like China and India accountable and unfairly puts all of us taxpayers on the hook. It's a 33 lots happened in the years since the first case of covert 19 in the U. S. In the year that's followed more than 24 million cases have been diagnosed in this country with 400,000 deaths. Doctors are managing patients better now with a better understanding of this virus and how people react to it 52 weeks from now, if there's a change in attitude in the United States, and if we can get AH, huge swath of the population vaccinated. And yes, we'll be much better off in a year. But if I use Dr Eileen Marty admits getting our population of 330 million people inoculated is a huge task aircraft. REGUS news radio 6 10 W. Y O D and president's top medical advisor on covert 19 Dr Anthony Fauci announcing renewed U. S support for the World Health Organization. In an early morning video calling told the organization's executive board United States sees technical collaboration at all levels. As a fundamental part. Of our relationship with WH o One that we value deeply. And we'll look to strengthen going forward. The Trump administration repeatedly criticized the W. H O for its handling in the pandemic, accusing the U. N Agency of failing to hold China accountable as the origin site of the virus. And it was the fourth largest jackpot in Powerball history, and now there is a winner. Have another life changing Jack. Hot for alone. Winning ticket worth just over $730 million.

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Miami-Dade Joining In As Biden Inauguration Holds ‘Moment Of Unity’ Honoring COVID-19 Victims In Washington, D.C.

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Miami-Dade Joining In As Biden Inauguration Holds ‘Moment Of Unity’ Honoring COVID-19 Victims In Washington, D.C.

"Were getting a chance tonight to pay tribute to the nearly 400,000 people who have died in this country of covert 19. He South Florida buildings, including the Freedom Tower and hard rock stadium will be bathed in amber colored light. At the same time, as the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool is illuminated. It's a part of the presidential inaugural committees National Cove in 19 Memorial South Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who organized over 19 mock cemeteries in Miami and North Miami, says a national tribute like this is long overdue comfort. Familiar across America whose families have been touched by covert 19. Americans are also being encouraged to light a candle in the window at 5 30 in a national moment of remembrance. Our crowd. Regus news radio 6 10 Wi OD.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Gables police departments have been tapped. Ride. Inauguration DAY security in Washington aircraft. REGUS NEWS RADIO 6 10 Wi OD and a Florida Security expert worried that there could be an unintended consequence of the enhanced police presence in D. C. Florida International University's Dr Alexander Crowther says extra law enforcement will make it hard to even move in D C but that could lead to vulnerabilities elsewhere. He says there could be protests at media centers, government buildings or state capitals were security may be weaker as well. Thanks to the pandemic, the annual MLK Parade's canceled in Miami, but still, several events were on here in South Florida. Parade caravan is being held in Miramar so people can honor Dr King while staying safe in their cars. Vice Mayor Maxwell Chambers says King's message of Nonviolence is critical. Just days after the Capitol riot and days before the inauguration, Dr King name and what he stood for, which is Nonviolence, non violent way of resolving our differences. Mass bike ride is departing from Charles Hadley Park is Miami Dade Police work to find alternatives to the wheels up guns down motorcycle and a TV events. Police are using radar equipped planes. Cameras and GPS trackers to identify riders racing illegally. When did Grossman News Radio's six n w y o d more news at 7? 30? I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 Wi OD. It's a brand new year and Haverty Furniture is here to help you keep your resolutions. Why not? Listen to your custom playlists in a chair custom made for you Trade your old coffee table for one that doubles as a dining table, update your sofa for one with building USB.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A vaccine isn't protected AIRCRAFT REGUS news radio 6 10 W Y O D ed schools is also considering requiring the vaccine ahead of returning to campus next year, Attorneys for the federal government and a victim of Jeffrey Epstein argued before the 11th U. A circuit Court of Appeals in a lawsuit filed by the victim, Courtney Wild, is challenging a secret 2008 agreement between the feds and Epstein's attorneys, allowing him to plead guilty to two state prostitution charges in Florida while receiving immunity from federal prosecution, her attorney Paul Cassell, says. If the law didn't extend pre charging than the bill of rights could be circumvented in court. In this case, they could simply negotiate a resolution of the case, pre charging and then victims would never know what it happened in their case. The U. S Attorney says the crime Victim Rights Act doesn't attach until the government has filed charges against a defendant. The Miami Heat. It's the hardwood and a little more than a week for their first of two preseason games. Veteran Goran drug, It will be back. He says He feels grace after putting the footy injured in the NBA finals to the test, and he's excited for the year ahead. This is the time that we're gonna put a lot of hard work in and you know, try to get better and hopefully get back to the finals and win it this year. With most of last year's team returning to the red and black he calls the depth of this team crazy Wall Street numbers stuff into crazy here. Slightly higher on the Dow was up. 86 points about 3/10 of 1% closing in 9 29,069. NASDAQ Up 28 Points S and P 500 down a little bit. Two points. More news coming up at 7 30. Lindbaek continues after we check whether next time l Lewis News radio 6 10 w Y o d You hear your car? 0% interest for up to 84 month Miami Lakes on him all calm. From the.

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Miami-Dade schools may require students to get vaccinated for COVID-19

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Miami-Dade schools may require students to get vaccinated for COVID-19

"10th the Madonna vaccine on December 17th and we could be just a couple of weeks away from the first round of shots being given. But will you be required to get one given Iran to Santa says stated there will be no statewide mandate. But if you work in the private sector, labor and employment law professor Geoff Hurst says Your boss likely has the power to fire you if you don't get it. Their rejection to evacuation is not protected in most cases. Now, if you're a public employee, or you covered by a union contract, then you may have more protections. Miami Dade schools is considering requiring the vaccine for students returning to campus is next school year. Air. Cried Regus news radio 6 10 Wi OD.

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

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"80 degrees in Davy 81 on keep its cane at 101. The death penalty case against confessed Parkland School shooter faces another delay thanks to coronavirus. Defense Attorneys for 22 year old Nicholas Cruz say they want written health safety procedures from the Broward Sheriff's Office. Before his lawyers, mental health experts go to the jail to evaluate him. Lawyer for the sheriff's office says they're working on the issue. Circuit Judge Elizabeth Shearer wants both sides to work toward a solution and set another status hearing for December. 11th Cruz is charged with multiple counts of murder and attempted murder in the 2018 Stoneman Douglas massacre. The gavel has been passed in Broward County, Broward has a new mayor Steve Gallagher. Do solemnly swear. Do solemnly swear Steve Geller taking over for Dale Holness after wholeness is term expired, Geller says during his one year essentially ceremonial term, he'll push for stepped up enforcement. Of mandatory mask ES orders. We're not asking you to go to war were cut back on food or gasoline, Protect yourself, your neighbors and your community by wearing your masks. He describes his single biggest thing He'll focus on is bringing high paying jobs in national headquarters to the county aircraft. Regus News Radio. Six n Wi OD on emergency situation. The Miami Dade School board during its swearing in ceremony for new board members, vice chair Dr Steve Gallon collapsed at the end of his Remarks earlier in his address, his voice became unsteady having a voice issue right now. That's a quarter. I think some water but continued as he stepped away from the podium of the camera shifted to the audience. He fell to the floor. Paramedics were called. Galan was rushed to the hospital, but is said to be doing okay. Florida attorney general Actually, Moody says the latest scam reports to come from the Internal Revenue Service in the form of a tax message. The recipient receive a $1200 direct deposit stimulus, check the text and directs the recipient to follow a fake phishing link. That Web site looks legit. But of course it is. Is not who, he says Anyone who received such a message should immediately take a screenshot and said, Is that the I R s she reminds government agencies will never reach out Personal information Theater next message or phone call? Well, Santa Claus is going online. The Postal Service launched Operation Santa this week and for the first time is taking it nationwide through the Internet. The program matches sponsors with Children in need, who write letters to the North Pole on Wall Street markets are now in negative territory. Dow Jones Industrial Average Down about one half of 1% 136 points and 29,008 14 NASDAQ is down two points S and P 500 down a quarter of 1%. Nine points on the day it's 104 back with more news at 1 30 Rush Limbaugh Show continues after we check weather next time l Lewis News Radio 6 10 Wi OD like body savings all month in Miami lakes, So tamal you represent interest up to 84 months. Every lakes on the mall dot com Pretty good looking morning temperatures now damn little bit of a change in the air Masses front is now south of us. Little less humidity, too. Some clouds of sunshine Today. Little breezy highs and covers seventies overnight. Tonight more clouds Stand clear Sky sixties in the interior seventies, closer to the water. Partly sunny tomorrow upper seventies ride a partial clouds around with highs again in the upper seventies with updates around the clock on South Florida, severe weather station. Other weather channel's raced a trick on his radio.

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02:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Of their process and the mail boat there, That's funny, is it? Is very blue bite, maybe further behind pencil but very, very blue like 40 something points by party registration mail, though in Pennsylvania, so that will shift things. When that comes in Pennsylvania, has warned people it's going to be probably the last state here to decide. And Nevada still undecided, announcing no more results will be reported until noon on Thursday with continuing coverage. Dave Packer ABC News Ended a 32. We continue our in depth team coverage of the elections. Floridians approving all but two of six amendments on the ballot, the only ones that did not go through. We're number three, which would have opened primaries, toe all voters and number four, which would have required amendments to be voted on twice. You want Miami Dade voters choosing their next mayor. Florida's most populous county, with its $9 billion budget in 27,000 employees will now be under the direction of Daniela Levin. Kava, The county commissioner will become Miami Dade's first female mayor in about two weeks. She says. She's ready to tackle the pandemic and bring the economy back from the brink. We can and we will build a more Divers and resilient economy, an economy that gives every resident of Miami Dade the opportunity to not just survive but to thrive. Fellow Commissioner Stefan Steve Bo called her to concede defeat about an hour and a half after the polls. Closed air crowd. Regus News Radio 6 10 double duty Today County's 26th Congressional district is now red and gross women. Debbie Makar cell pals yet to concede. With all the precincts reporting, Carlos Jimenez defeated her by a 51.3%. 40% margin. First thing we have to do is we have to restore economy on. I think that we're on our way to doing that. I want to make sure that we protect our environment. He says that we need to continue to fund the Everglades restoration, but we can't do that without having a strong economy and in a hotly contested congressional district, 27 race, Maria Verus al Assad, 1 51.3% voter approval or opponent on a chalet like getting 48 a half percent. Salazar says she'll serve the people. That voted for her as well as those who did not to my constituents who did not vote for me. I will serve you as if you did, because I will work for what is right. Not who was on my side this election cycle..

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

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"His hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, battleground state in this election with basic Biden also attended church service in Wilmington, Delaware, visiting his son Bo's grave and also the graves of his first wife and their daughter with continuing coverage. I'm Michelle Franzen ABC News. Meanwhile, here at home, local state and federal officials say they will be ready for anything tonight after the polls were closed on results start coming in some businesses on Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas Boulevard. Miami beaches Lincoln Road in Miami's design district are boarded up just as a precaution. If unrest breaks out in South Florida. We haven't seen anything credible. We You know that there is fake messages that are going around money. Police Chief George Colina says he's seen one message saying in TIF is checking into hotels and mining and get supplies ready. But the same messages circulating in other cities, Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Menaces the county will protect your right to peacefully protest. We will not tolerate any beyond that includes riots, destruction of property or harming of people. Aircraft. Regus News Radio's Extendable vice President Mike Pence, says he's confident his team will win but stresses the importance of going out and voting that comes down. The Americans exercise in that franchise that has been defended by Americans in uniform throughout our history is today's about turning out the vote, and we're gonna be working all over the country to make that happen. Pulls in Florida indicate our state is a tossup between President Trump and former Vice president Joe Biden. Hurricane ADA is Getting closer to the coast of North Eastern Nicaragua. Remnants forecast to emerge into the Caribbean Sea over the weekend.

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02:37 min | 1 year ago

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"South into the keys, the keys really seeing a downpour Right now it's some lightning and thunder reported. Also, some of that. Just a west of us here in Miramar, also along Coral Springs and sunrise, Worth 75 degrees, and now 902. Right off the top. The latest statistics coming in from the Florida Department of Health, showing 84 more deaths statewide, over 3600 new cases of covert 19 confirmed yesterday. Positivity rate for new cases over 6%, the highest in over a week. Research. Meanwhile, conducted at Florida International University may be key in preventing the spread of Corona virus. F I, U researchers have come up with the do it yourself. Contact tracing tool psychologist Jacqueline Evan says the Cock tracer is a free and private app. You can use the minute you start feeling sick to better recall exactly who you've been in contact with word, applying what we know about investigative interviewing and what we know about how memory works to improve upon a typical contact, tracing interview instead of just asking people to list names of those they've come in contact with with minimal follow up the cog tracer provides prompts like Word association. In and asking people to visualize themselves in certain places to come up with a more complete list. Wendy Gerstman, NewsRadio, 6 10 W. Y. O D and Governor De Santis learning quite an important lesson, he says about managing the pandemic going forward. Whatever the future may hold, school closures should be off the table. He says. Taking kids out of school at this point would hurt their education, social development and participation and things like team sports, well, Broward School officials are already looking ahead, looking for suggestions when it comes to the next school year. Less than a week after completing its face and return to classroom learning. Broward School District officials are asking students parents staff in the community to select one of three school year calendars for next year. They all had the same amount of school days. But the key difference is our weather students will have a full week off for Thanksgiving or just three days. The earliest school began his August 18th with the last day of school no later than June, 10th. A survey needs to be submitted. By 11 59 tonight Aircraft. REGUS news Radio 6 10 w Y O D coming up on 905 this morning, A Delta flight attendant on the plane from Miami International gets decked by a passenger. White 1997. I was headed to Atlanta preparing to depart when, according to reports, the passengers boyfriend refused to attach a seatbelt. Will. The flight attendant asked them to do it? Or they would have to leave the plane..

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Stories vote by mail breaking records in Florida got some of the numbers coming up. And the latest on the investigation. Outside the fountain blue where shots were fired this morning. Check traffic first from the Australia Insurance Traffic Center about 95 before Broward Boulevard. Sitting in the center lane, This report is brought to you by unbound Don or a Broken Down Car south on 95 on the On ramp for 151st Street slowdowns dolphin westbound between 95 17 Avenue. Over and Kenny and trail Elaine's now reopened westbound near you. The next 4 to 30. Unlike solar NewsRadio, 6 10, double Y yo D watching 16 Doppler radar, Nice and quiet. 91 degrees in Coral Springs, 90 in north Miami Beach to a one on his Miami Dade schools reopen to in person Learning summer said in tow. Lock down campuses near Miami beaches Fountain Blue Hotel were placed on precautionary lock down this morning after several 911 calls reported a shooting near 44th Street. In Collins Avenue that worked seamlessly Miami Beach Police is Ernesto Rodriguez says officers flooded the area and found a woman with minor injuries in a Mercedes with several bullet holes. We don't believe it is just a case of road rage. We believe there was something that led to this detectives are interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance video for what's believed to be the driver of a white BMW SUV air cried Regus News Radio six n W A vote by mail is already breaking records in Florida Senator Rick Scott says. He's doing that like a boat person, But I will not have any.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Take Northwest 1 38 treated your alternate in Broward County. Looking at state Road, 84 West Bound B on the Turnpike, a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane. That's traffic, and he's ready to 6 10 w Y o D close in 90 degrees and Plantation and 92 in Miami Springs under partly sunny sky It's now coming up on 12 o'clock for the Florida Department of Health today announcing another 3200 for covered 19 infections. Along with 139, a resident deaths meal About three hours after it was announced that Miami Dade's Mayer directed Miami Dade police to begin enforcing a limited number of outstanding evictions has had a change of heart Mayor Carlos Jimenez issuing a new temporary stop order in order to review the policy. The evictions were meant to follow the current state order. And apply toe on ly evictions ordered on or before March 12th when the coronavirus emergency order was declared for the first time since March, Florida's unemployment rates in the single digits more more Floridians are finding their way back into the workforce. With the unemployment rate dipping 4% 27.4% in August. Department of Economic Opportunities, Adrian Johnston says eight out of 10 major industry sectors gained jobs, with the biggest boobs coming from schools reopening to both virtual and in person learning. This is just an opening back up. Of economic activity. 21 20 for metro areas had job gains over the month. Eric Reid Regus news radio 6 10, w Y. O D, the unemployment rate in Broward 9.3% 8.1% in Miami Dade, food, water and shelter being provided for residents impacted by Hurricane Sally in the Western Panhandle, with governor having mobile feeding kitchen's up and running today. So far, nine general county shelters have been opened. And five non congregant hotel shelters. Some boil water orders in that area could last into next week, the governor says. F D O. T teams are doing rapid.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

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"And museums already back in business. And Miami Dade. With the curfew extended to 11. PM Parks, Khun Stay open until 10 with limited competitive play and tour in charter boats. Resuming sailing at 50% capacity crowd, Regus news radio 6 10 W Bars and nightclubs do remain closed in Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. Lord is highest court will settle a dispute about whether adventurers red light camera program violates state traffic laws. Motorist Lee Stein's challenging the ruling that back the north Miami Dade City in the dispute. The fight goes all the way back to 2014 when Stein got a red light ticket adventure and other cities have different guidelines, leading him to argue, in part that haven't Tura violated a state requirement of uniform traffic laws and you get to see more of those tic tac dances and challenges. After weeks of talks with Microsoft, the popular APP is reportedly instead partnering with Oracle, a Silicon Valley company whose owner is a major trump supporter amid national security concerns for being a Chinese owned company. President Trump signed an executive order early August, threatening the tech company behind Tic Tac to sell its U. S operations, giving the popular app just 45 days to strike a deal with another tech company or face being banned. ABC is Jinnai Norman and the famous annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York will be virtual this year because of Corona virus, Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York ER's can feel the spirit in the joy of that day online and on TV, he says. More details will be given by Macy's mornings. A 12 30 rush is on the way Next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 W Widely scattered showers. Even thunderstorms possible this afternoon into this evening, otherwise partly sunny, high 89 79 Tonight mix of clouds and sunshine Tuesday.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Regus News Radius X 10 w Y o D wasn't of this. A man in Hong Kong is Thief. First patient in the world to be infected with Corona virus. For a second time. NBC's Tom Costello reports. The 33 year old man developed mild symptoms in late March when he was first diagnosed, and he became reinfected this month. But experts on this side of the ocean tell me this really underscores something that they've been saying all along how sick you are probably determines how much immunity you have. The sicker you are the more immunity because he had a mild case that left him or exposed to having a second case of Corona virus Now, according to the University of Hong Kong, the man tested positive for the virus after returning to Hong Kong from Spain and has been hospitalized but remains asymptomatic. This finding suggests that some patients who recover from Covent 19 may have on Ly short lived immunity from reinfection Yale University Immuno biology professor Akiko Iwasaki tweeted that this is no cause for alarm. This is a textbook example of how immunity should work. 805 Broward County courts remain closed because of the pandemic. It's gonna be a virtual status hearing this morning. So for the confessed Parkland killer know where yet exactly what will be discussed. Nicholas Cruz is charged with getting down the 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High on Valentine's Day two years ago. Chicago leaders Reacting to video of police shooting a black man several times in the back in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Sunday, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown was asked about it at an unrelated news conference have seen the video in Kenosha got.

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"Regus news Radio 6 10 W Coming up on 10 03 right now Republicans, they're getting ready to remotely re nominee President Trump at their unconventional Republican National convention. The president is expected to rally his base and try to appeal to anyone in the middle who still undecided. Florida International University is Brian fun, Cecco says. Polls show Joe Biden is at a Trump. But he believes the race is much closer than polls are indicating. There's the idea of silent majority that Trump boast is really in his camp. Despite the fact the polls suggesting that Biden is out in front is convention. Is supposed to be held in Charlotte before being moved to and cancelled from Jacksonville amid Corona virus concerns. Now there will be several meetings in Charlotte this week. But the president will formally accept his party's nomination live from the White House. Thursday. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 W Y o D going for serious sweep tonight facing the Pacers in the Orlando bubble, the Magic will try to even the series with the Bucks as they trail too. 21. Morning is coming up A 10 30 down right now is trading up. 156 points at 20,086. NASDAQ Up 90 for US in P F 20 for Brian Meds on the way Next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News Radio 6 10 W Live from South Florida. Brian Mud Show starts right now. Radio 6 10 W 00, D. Four years ago In Cleveland, President Trump accepted his party's nomination in front of tens of thousands of supporters cheering him on this week. It will be different because of the pandemic. He'll be seen each night, but he will give his big acceptance speech on Thursday night on the South Lawn of the White House in front of a much smaller crowd. Republicans say they want their convention to be less doom and gloom that the Democrats last week and more optimistic and patriotic. Well, that won't be hard to dio because save a few moments here and there a pretty negative convincing the Democrats held last week, I would take a look at the history of convention bounces for you as well, coming up in a few minutes to give you an idea of what does typically happen. And you know there are several things that airplane now whether we're talking about politics, we're talking about the tropics. So far, we're talking about the virus. We're in this place to where The news isn't necessarily great right now, but it's better than what it had been right. So you take. For example, Marco and.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Time. General. CVA sweetheart, and we need her back home as soon as possible. Jailer is described as black, five foot 2 £100 with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and blue shorts. You can check out her photo. A w i od dot com Thousands of dead fish turned up in Biscayne Bay and now Florida. Fish and Wildlife officials are breaking out the water test kits. They're analyzing water samples for toxins. Environmentalists say fertilizer seeping into the water is the problem. Its nutrients feed algae blooms, which sap oxygen from fission, crucial seagrass pollution. Untreated storm water runoff are also contributing to the problem. They say. Monroe County School District City of Key West in police officers, all facing a federal civil rights lawsuit. After the mother of a young special needs student claims he was wrongfully arrested at school back in 2018. I'm just here for my son, because I've refused to let them make it. A criminal contradicted found at the age of eight years old yucky. DeGennaro says her son with diagnosed mental illnesses was having a mental breakdown when he allegedly punched a teacher in the chest. I wasn't there to protect my son from getting arrested going tonight, Dog jail being fingerprinted. Coming is my swab for DNA. And haven't been taken a month shark while the felony battery charge was eventually dropped, Attorney Ben Crump says the effects are lasting, vividly remembers them slamming the big door with the bars on aircraft. Regus News Radio, 6 10 W. Y O D Key West Police chief defends the OFFICERSACTIONS. It's standard operating procedure is Monroe County School District is not commenting because of the legal action. Miami Beach a chance to state about 40% this afternoon. Low.

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"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This hurricane season is already one for the books and the hits should keep on coming and have never been nine named storms before the end of July, and we're just heading into the heart of the hurricane season. Noah's elite hurricane season forecaster, Dr Gerry Bell says all the factors are in place from what should end up being an extremely active season. I'm going warmer than average surface temperatures in the tropical Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea and an enhanced In monsoon accompanying these conditions are reduced vertical wind shear. Revised forecast now calls for 19 to 25 named storms with 7 to 11 becoming hurricanes. Historically, about 95% of all Atlantic hurricanes form between August and October. Our crowd. Regus News Radio 6 10 double The Miami Dade County is taking out of $235 million water infrastructure loan from the Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler says the A has been making progress in developing water reuse strategies in Miami Dade's project will reuse 60% of waste water flows. Another priority is reducing the level of nutrients that contribute to our good blooms. And low oxygen zones. We are focusing our efforts on areas like this cane bay. The projects are expected to create 500 jobs and help strengthen the water and sewer infrastructure against hurricanes and other disasters. On Wall Street markets ended the day higher. Dow gained 1 85 Twin to 3 27,086 NASDAQ was up 110 points. S and P 500 added 21. 604 mornings at 6 30 Glenn Beck is next after we check whether news radio 6 10 W. Coyote widely scattered showers and storms possible this evening Otherwise partly cloudy tonight near 80 hot and humid Friday and for the weekend makes the clouds and sun slight chance for afternoon evening storms temperatures around 90 but our heat index expected to reach triple digits with updates around the clock in South Florida. Severe weather station on the Weather Channel's Ken Boone on NewsRadio 6 10 W 00 D. This reporter is sponsored by express pros dot com. Mark your calendars express employment professionals is once again hosting National Interview Day on August 6th. This special.

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"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The Atlantic Basin in general. Very low wind shear and very warm water. Thank you. Weather. Lead hurricane forecaster Dan cut Lawsky ads As we get into August African dust, which hinders tropical development becomes almost insignificant. Air corrode Regus News Radio's extend w E I I o D. It's a sign the pilot of a banner plane was able to walk away after a crash landing near the Rickenbacker Causeway. Yesterday, the F A A, says the single engine Piper Papa was towing a banner when the pilot reported engine trouble. The banner was cut. The plane landed at the central district Wastewater treatment plant on Virginia Key the pilot clip defense while landing but was able to walk away. The F A. A is investigating more than a week's worth of meeting. Still, no deal reached with between Democrats and the White House negotiators on another massive Corona virus stimulus Bill Fox's Jill NATO is in Washington with Mohr. The White House and Republicans are still trillions of dollars. Apart from Democrats on how much to spend for the next Corona virus relief Bill. Democrats won over three trillion to go towards unemployment benefits, food aid help for renters and more House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. I feel optimistic that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, but how long that tunnel is remains to be seen. The GOP is looking for just over one trillion, while White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says talks or slow going. This is not a fine wine. It doesn't improve with time, the administration says. Negotiators air working towards an understanding of the major issues by Friday in Washington, Jill NATO fucks knew The same company that bungled Florida's unemployment system just won another state contract, this one for $110 million. Deloitte Consulting beat out for competitors for a contract. Tow Update Florida's Medicaid program. Deloitte Design Florida's $70 million connect unemployment system that crashed in the pandemic and is now the target of a state investigation. South Floridians Gonna expect some good news today when it comes to the environment, the EPA administrator set to announce the Miami Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act. The program offers long term low cost loans for projects that improve water infrastructure. Will be flanked by Miami Dade Mayor Carlos He Menace and South Florida Congressman Mario Diaz Balart. Ah virtual Court hearing in Florida for accused Twitter Hacker Graham Clark from Tampa got hacked, the court shall consider sources of fun thing. This is how the zoom hearing went. The accused Twitter Hacker Grand Clark Judge Christopher Nash having to mute hackers posing as media. I just had one last point that was going to make before interruption Throughout the 30 minute hearing,.

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"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"regus news" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Watching 16 Doppler radar range from South Beach to North Beach for Lauderdale Dry and warm 93 degrees. It is for a one latest numbers from the Florida Department of Health. Showa dropping number of covert 19 cases 4752 reported today, along with 73 deaths confirmed this as testing sites stayed wide. We're closed over the weekend ahead of Tropical Storm Zaius. Meanwhile, Miami Commissioner's agreed a potentially sue Miami Dade County and even the federal government over the allocation of care. Zack Funds to battle over Buck's heating up My knee commissioners would like the party. It turned to take legal action at all levels of government wherever that is necessary. Joe Carroll, you agrees with Ken Russell, alleging the county mayor is being political when offering cities a split of $30 million of its 475 million to get more cities would have to send invoices. I've never seen that kind of arrogance. That I witnessed their from any elected official in a long, long time City is submitting to the county. A report requesting more than $75 million for Corona virus spending air cried Regus News radio 6 10 W breakfast or bomb the Broward Sheriff's Office bomb squad and we called out to be a so Pembroke park substation this morning after food was left to the front door and was mistaken for a suspicious package. A robot was called in to investigate. Some elections officials are getting a dry run on the August 18th Florida primary. Early voting begins today in Miami data, 23 locations supervisor of elections Christina White says poll workers are wearing masks face shields and gloves, touch points or wipe down after every ballot is cast and voters must sanitize their hands upon entry and exit. I feel that I am employing all of these. Guidelines will ensure that we're gonna have a safe early voting on election day for not only our brother's, but also the poll workers who are there to serve them. Early voting starts in Broward on Saturday, which is also the deadline to request a vote by mail ballot. Broward School superintendent is reiterating during a state of the district with a positivity rate nearly 3 to 5 times higher than the recommended range to consider reopening in person school. There's no option other than to begin classes with fully learning on the 19th we will not compromise. The health and safety of our students, teachers and staff. That's our highest priority period. Robert Runcie says. Teachers are undergoing additional training, so we learning will be personal, engaging and challenging. Miami Dade schools has been delayed until August 30 1st it too, will reopen fully online. The Marlins are officially said to return to the field tomorrow after being shot down by a Corona virus outbreak. The fissure is scheduled to begin a four game series at Oriole Park with Baltimore serving as the home Seen for the 1st 2 games on Wednesday night, the teams will play a double header with both games shortened to seven innings. The Orioles will be the home team for Game one. The Marlins home team for Game two. Miami serves the home team for Thursday's match up and you'll be able to hear those games on our sister station to style of 9 40 wins using your free I heart radio app Now Jones Industrial Average.

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Miami-Dade Elections Dept. Mailing Out Vote-By-Mail Ballots For Florida’s Primary Election

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Miami-Dade Elections Dept. Mailing Out Vote-By-Mail Ballots For Florida’s Primary Election

"Vote by mail ballots for next month's primary or heading to Miami Dade mailboxes for what we call our initial vote by mail mail out for to be 332,000 That really is at and even exceeding some presidential election vote by mail turnout supervisor of elections Christina White says more than 150,000 of them were requested in the past few months. Howard sent out its first shipment of nearly 1/4 1,000,000 vote by mail ballots last week. Monday is the deadline to register to vote or change your party affiliation with August 8th being the last day to request a vote by mail ballot AIR CAROD Regus News Radio's extend W Y

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