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"From ABC news I'm Richard cancer reckons are feeling a little better about the economy during this pandemic the conference board says its consumer confidence inched up this month but remained near a six year low Larry Kudlow as a top White House economic adviser people are probably looking down the road they realize this temporary and they believe they're going to go back to work and this is a re opened I think that's a big plus president trump insisting on holding his nominating convention in a packed arena despite the democratic governor of the host state saying it might not be safe the president Monday tweeted a threat to move the Republican convention out of North Carolina if that state won't guarantee he can fill the arena and he wants to have a cooperative governor and making that pursuit happened that being said of course we always assess the facts on the ground at any time press secretary Kaylee McEntee not saying which other governor might allow a predator arena Andy field ABC news Washington in Minneapolis absolutely broadcastify capturing Minneapolis police communications as officers unleashed tear gas on demonstrators protesting the killing in custody of unarmed black man George Floyd suspected of trying to pass a bad check at a convenience store Floyd died ham covered with an officer kneeling on his neck while declaring I can't breathe the police chief fired for officers local and federal prosecutors are investigating for possible criminal charges gas prices are coming back up and fast gas prices rising over eight cents in the past week the energy department reporting the average price of regular unleaded is now a dollar ninety six a gallon nationwide prices are inching up he's more Americans come out of stay at home orders you'd supply and demand still Americans are paying eighty six cents less per gallon for regular unleaded compared to a year ago ABC's Alex stone you're listening to ABC news when used radio time is one oh two members of the Cherokee county sheriff's office with the assistance of the C. B. I. in the F. B. I. continue the missing persons investigation involving Susan Moore few the Chafee county woman who went for a bike ride and never returned in the latest update investigators efforts involve review and follow up on tips reported to the Chafee county sheriff's office to date there have been more than four hundred calls to the tip line designated to collect information related to miss more fuse missing person case additionally the Chafee county sheriff's office confirms that the more few residents has been released back to the family state wide there's a lot of good news on the covert nineteen that battlefront for the first time since the pandemic began hospitalizations are below four hundred and new cases continue the trend downward but one segment of Colorado's population is still higher risk ninety percent of the Colorado so we've lost to corona virus are over the age of sixty the governor says testing has been ramped up a long long term senior care centers this week as shipment of personal protection equipment from the federal government is expected to arrive for workers at those care centers spring is backed by governor Poloz says don't expect a party win Arapahoe basin opens I mean there's no operator ski there's no bars and and dining there's no hanging out on the slopes hello says you'll ski just for the experience of skiing and that's better than no skiing at all Colorado school districts will soon have access to a tool kit to help them decide how to reopen schools three six Coletti provided some of the health advice and guidance includes recommendations for symptom screening isolation of those with symptoms and those who test positive as well as quarantine for those who may have been exposed to the education department is taking comments on the tool kit before it's finalized our next update at one thirty on the echo show on cable news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one F. M. as we get.
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"News I'm Richard cancer the witnesses will be testifying remotely as the Senate health committee holds a hearing on reopening the U. S. economy Dr Anthony found she the top infectious disease expert on the coronavirus task force in the heads of the CDC and FDA will testify over video conference to a Senate committee New York times reporting found she is expected to tell senators that Americans will experience needless suffering and death if the country reopens prematurely eighty season as they look to Tara it's in dispute but the president is telling corona virus testing president trump says the United States has met the moment and prevailed on testing for the corona virus even as many public health experts warned that the United States continues to like the widespread testing needed to properly traced the virus we've developed a testing capacity on managed an unrivalled anywhere in the world Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer on the other hand remains deeply critical of the administration's response saying the United States performance has fallen short of other countries ABC's Jordyn Phelps in Washington the president repeated his weekend Twitter claim that his predecessor mastermind of the Russia probe that produce trumps impeachment the president making a vague criminal charge against former president Obama for the investigation against him and his advisers Obama game it's been going on for a long time it's been going on from before I even got elected but when asked what law president Obama broke you know what the crime is the crime is very obvious to everybody what you have to do is read the newspapers except yours president trump suggesting his justice department may investigate and prosecute former president Obama Andy field ABC news Washington the administration announced final approval of the billion dollar geminus solar power project northeast of Las Vegas it'll be the largest in the U. S. one of the largest in the world conservationists say the project will destroy thousands of acres of habitat for the threatened Mojave Desert tortoise you're listening to ABC news I have three now newsradio six ten WTVN traffic and weather mornings and afternoons on newsradio six ten WTVN take a look at chore Tuesday drive now with Johnny health well a couple of early accidents to talk about S. P. still on scene of an accident a car versus deer accident on U. S. thirty three east of Union County rest area several medics were requested to the scene but already cleared from it I just watch removing thirty three from Marysville to Columbus Reynoldsburg New Albany and east Broad Street that intersection is re opened after a hit skip crash said one person the hospital shortly after two fifteen the road was closed for a couple hours this morning traffic and weather together powered by temp star in customer care more traffic you can trust in minutes I'm John Hill Andy's radio six ten WTVN their ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist Jim get all partly cloudy cool today the high fifty seven degrees still well below normal high in the low seventies there was some light frost again tonight the low thirty seven partly cloudy a little bit warmer tomorrow high of sixty four bit Thursday through the weekend the more like June highs be seventy five to eighty along with some scattered storms weather's power by the basement Dr mostly clear now thirty six and grow for thirty seven acres severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN this news a service of legacy retirement group as more of a high was a con to be re opens today governor Mike DeWine delayed the release of a plan that would allow daycare centers to operate again citing more research needed to allow them to operate safely is very very important that we get this right and we don't want outs the date until we have the protocols in place and that we can explain those to all the care givers out there in all the families out there he wants the most safety based in science based plan to be developed before announcing a date for child care facilities to re open a sector that is reopening today retail outlets of plenty of new social distancing protocols in place lieutenant governor John Q. stat says a lot of input came from the establishments on how to protect their employees we've learned a lot from what businesses have done the operate safely throughout this process from manufacturing to grocery stores and intend to let you know that that the standards are even stronger now the standards for the protocols in in the businesses that are operating continued to get stronger and a lot of it is that we have the resources to do that now we have more sanitizer for able to to stock up on disinfectants and sanitizers and clicked keep those surfaces clean as for wearing a mask while the requirement is left up to each establishment Houston says pouring one shows respect to the people you come in contact with Ohio state has organized a task force to determine best practices for re opening the campus to students this fall A. B. C. six Haley Elson says are still plenty of questions about that what will class look like for the fall semester this counts forces working to create a transition that's multiple phases to return back to campus the tentative schedule right now is to have an announcement for fall semester plans by mid June the university's promising to share updates on that process also part of the plan will be how to handle athletics of university athletics director gene Smith also on that committee radio six ten WTVN sports Major League Baseball owners approving a proposal that aims at baseball back in home stadiums with no fans by early July the players get a look at that proposal today Browns coach Kevin Stepan's Guinness family finally have moved to Cleveland the passkey because the pandemic have been working remotely from Minnesota since being hired to a tiger by all of the first top quarterback in this draft class to agree to a contract he gets a four year deal worth more than thirty million from Miami from the central Ohio on the dealer support steps backward use radio six ten WTVN.
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"From ABC news I'm Richard cancer the state of Georgia is partially reopening today president trump thinks it's too early and so does Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms add a lot the card meant you please take a look at the governor's order and they have provided feedback on active to make them determination as to what if any we are in power to do as a baby while Georgia and some other states are taking steps to re open other states are not New York New Jersey band Illinois were JB Pritzker is the governor this is the part where we have to do again and we have to understand that the sacrifices that we've made as a state to avoid a worst case scenario are working and we need to keep going a little while longer to finish the job the house of representatives overwhelmingly passed and sent to president trump in nearly half trillion dollar pandemic relief measure speaker Nancy Pelosi there isn't a start date for us to once again pass are now fourth bi partisan legislation to address the coronavirus crisis the president decided today Amtrak the nation's passenger rail service is not immune to the near shut down of long distance travel daily ridership for Amtrak has dropped ninety five percent of the corona virus pandemic continues the company announcing it's likely to suffer a financial loss of seven hundred million dollars or more the new CEO William Flynn who just started last week will not take a salary as the company tries to cut costs why don't we's ABC news New York Democrat Joe Biden raised over one million dollars in the virtual fundraiser on Thursday night a question and answer session Biden accused president trump of undermining the November election with false claims and Biden says the president will come up with some rationale to attempt to delay the election you're listening to ABC news when news radio time is one oh two eagle county has earned an early release from the governor's stay at home order the county says infections have declined over fourteen days and only a handful of fatal cases as eagle county gets to open more local businesses the county is making it clear these stores will only be open to the local community the county says it is not open for business Ford Taurus eagle county was ground zero for corona virus back in March and has made an amazing turnaround even with taking a step down eagle county says people still need to stay at home as much as possible wear masks when they go out in public and practice physical distancing of six feet or more jury bill Cayley newsradio tricounty health is close the Walmart supercenter at the fourteen thousand block of east exposition in Aurora deputy director with tri county health Jennifer Ludwig they were already starting to close up when we issued the orders and had started cleaning will be asking them to place more a hand sanitizer at every checker and cleaning the restrooms more frequently so if there's a lot of things that we're asking them to do and to have into place before they can reopen if you're not sure what trails are open during the pandemic there's a new apps for that the Colorado parks and wildlife trail app has been updated to monitor information about trails parks campgrounds and visitor centers that are closed because of the pandemic originally used for.
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"I'm Richard cancer lands for re opening economies vary from state to state Georgia governor Brian Kemp wants a partial re opening in his state this Friday federal officials say that is not a good idea even president trump and Dr Anthony Fauci are voicing their opposition to the governor's plan there are certain check points before you can even think about going into a phase one a source familiar with the phone call between president trump and Georgia governor Brian camp says the conversation was amicable but the president as a governor if he could limit the businesses re opening until may first ABC's Meghan to Vizient later governor camp declared the re opening would proceed as scheduled president trump citing the pandemic in taking action to stop new immigration to this country in order to protect our great American workers I've just signed an executive order temporarily suspending immigration into the United States the president making the announcement of the Wednesday evening briefing this will ensure that unemployed Americans of all backgrounds will be first in line for jobs as our economy reopens York Attorney General attention James declared she's ready to sue to stop the order declaring it antithetical our word to American beliefs analysts said US space command believe the satellite launch Iran trumpeted one successful military command says it's tracking to objects in earth orbit they were launched from Iran when is the actual number satellite the other the last rocket stage they got it into orbit Iran has tried for years to achieve this goal it's a concern to U. S. officials who say around satellite program as a cover to develop intercontinental ballistic missile A. B. C.'s Louis Martinez at the Pentagon royal Canadian Mounted Police investigators say Gabriel Wharton was acting alone when he shot and killed at least twenty two people over multiple locations in Nova Scotia last weekend Orton's motive still undetermined investigators believe there are more victims in the ashes of multiple homes that were torched during the episode you're listening to ABC news five oh three now accuse radio six ten WTVN traffic and weather mornings and afternoons on news radio six ten WTVN first look at your Thursday with Johnny hill start with an early structure fire reported the intersection of grant and eleventh on the north side to be extra careful here if you're a traveling just west of seventy one and west of the Janice center over by the fairgrounds overnight construction wrapping up on that stretch of Henderson road near three fifteen also green lawn at seventy one south Greenlawn right to seventy one south of clothes again during the mid day starting after the morning rush traffic and weather together powered by temp star and classic air time Johnny he'll love these radio six ten WTVN ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist Jim good all rain moves in this afternoon sticks around for tonight could see half an inch to one inch of rain when it's all said and done the hike day fifty six again showers tonight it stays mild below forty six bring up for Friday high of sixty two bit soggy again on Saturday a high of sixty one showers windy colder Sunday a high of fifty two whether it's powered by the basement doctor partly cloudy now forty four in marble cliff forty five your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN this is a service of legacy retirement group Ohio governor Mike DeWine says hospitals will be permitted to resume elective surgeries and is easing of restrictions during the corona virus pandemic says the original order had unintended consequences I can tell you that an adorably at least some of the stories that I've heard that some of the procedures on the surgeries that we had no intention of stopping I have been postponed and frankly that his concern me a great deal the order was originally put in place to preserve medical equipment for covert nineteen patients as of Wednesday there are more than fourteen thousand confirmed improbable covert nineteen cases statewide the death toll from the virus now stands at six hundred ten in Ohio close city council president Shannon Hardin supports a financial moves mayor injure get theirs made since declaring a state of emergency I got a good job of keeping us abreast of the.
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"ABC news I'm Richard cancer criticized for his own actions in the pandemic president trump is trying to shift blame to the World Health Organization cutting off U. S. funding of the U. N.'s health agency accusing it of not acting fast enough when called in nineteen first emerged in China late last year the WHO's attack could travel restrictions put political correctness above lifesaving measures travel bans work for the same reason that quarantines work pandemics depend on human to human transmission border control is fundamental to virus control many agree robust testing should factor in the decision to reopen the economy Oregon's governor Kate brown we need to ramp up testing capacity in every region of the state increased testing helps us make sure that we can identify where the viruses in our communities and stop it from spreading again the president hopes to reopen the economy may first after taking heat for declaring only he had the authority to reopen the U. S. economy the president said he'd grant that authority to the states he's going to huddle with the governors this week frankly it'll be at a time that will be earlier than the deadline that we opposed the end of April so we think that some of the governors will be in really good shape to open up even sooner than that on the road to the White House on Monday Joe Biden picked up Bernie Sanders's endorsement on Tuesday got the blessing of his former boss choosing joy to be my vice president was one of the best decisions I ever made and it became a close friend and I believe Joe has all the qualities we need in a president right now former president Obama formally endorsing Biden's run for the White House Republicans running Kentucky's legislature overturned democratic governor Andy Beshear's veto residents still required to show photo ID to vote you're listening to ABC news radio time is one oh two the number of covert nineteen related deaths in Colorado is now three hundred twenty nine the state health department reporting an increase of twenty one from Monday there are now seventy nine hundred forty one positive cases in the state increase of two hundred fifty an additional sixty three people were hospitalized for a total of fifteen hundred fifty six there were six more outbreaks of residential and non hospital health care facilities for a total of seventy eights with covert nineteen closing meat plants around the country including the GPS facility in Greeley some are wondering about the nation's meat supply details from fox thirty once Michael Kahn a plastic thing Hauser is executive V. P. of the Colorado cattlemen's association we're working very aggressively to get those plants back open but human health is our highest issue of importance right now coronavirus is also diminishing the production elsewhere in the country analysts worry the news will prompt panic buying in supermarkets there is adequate supplies there's not going to be your need to have a rush on ground beef or anything like that what is seen with toilet paper even when people are told there's.
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"News I'm Richard cancer the growing battle between states and president trump over restarting the economy in the pandemic the worst is over New York governor Andrew Cuomo said and announced an alliance with six other north eastern governors to plan for the lifting of stay at home and social distancing orders seizing isolation we want to increase economic activity the time table remained unclear especially since Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker said his state is at the beginning of a difficult period A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey in the west California Oregon and Washington are forming a similar compact but president trump is claiming that only he has that authority federal government has absolute power it has the power as to whether or not I used that power will see I would rather stay John I would rather work with the stage because I like going down to a local government California's insurance commissioner ordered some companies to refund premiums for March and April because of the pandemic consumer advocates say that should happen nationally with the pandemic continuing Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer announced an effort to president our data to pressure president trump to re open enrollment in the affordable Care Act for those who want covered now today I joined a coalition of twelve governors who asked president trump to allow for a special enrollment period at least thirty days on the federal health care exchange the president has steadfastly refused to reopen obamacare enrollment South Korea says north Korean fighter jets have fired missiles off the east coast this after it fired suspected cruise missiles from its east coast the firing came on the eve of the one hundred eighth anniversary of the birth of Kim il song north Korea's first leader referred to as great leader the FBI issued its first ever poster in the Navajo language seeking information on the murder of an elderly man in twenty fourteen in his home on the New Mexico portion of the sprawling Navajo reservation you're listening to ABC news this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now Kentucky passing two thousand cases of coke in nineteen governor rainy this year also announcing the one hundred and four Kentuckians have lost their lives due to the coronavirus Indiana continues to battle eight thousand two hundred and thirty six cases of covered nineteen three hundred and fifty Hoosiers have lost their lives in the corona virus pandemic let's head to western Kentucky where a woman who lived through the nineteen eighteen Spanish flu now has survived the corona virus more from Haley Hanson Hopkins county public health director Denis speech says the woman has made a full recovery after contracting the virus she is one hundred and three years old and recovered from Kobe not so special shout out goes to this remarkable lighting Hopkins county has at least ninety four Corbett nineteen cases forty patients have made full recoveries and I'm rob carpenter reporting coronavirus in Kentucky and what's happening in our community stay calm stay informed Kentucky and morning news back to keep everyone safe this morning five tonight.
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"News I'm Richard cancer the growing battle between states and president trump over restarting the economy in the pandemic the worst is over New York governor Andrew Cuomo said and announced an alliance with six other north eastern governors to plan for the lifting of stay at home and social distancing orders seizing isolation we want to increase economic activity the timetable remained unclear especially since Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker said his state is at the beginning of a difficult period A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey in the west California Oregon and Washington are forming a similar compact but president trump is claiming that only he has that authority federal government has absolute power it has the power as to whether or not I used that power will see I would rather stay John I would rather work with the states because I like going down to a local government California's insurance commissioner ordered some companies to refund premiums for March and April because of the pandemic consumer advocates say that should happen nationally with the pandemic continuing Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer announced an effort to president our data to pressure president trump to re open enrollment in the affordable Care Act for those who want covered now today I joined a coalition of twelve governors who asked president trump to allow for a special enrollment period at least thirty days on the federal health care exchange president has steadfastly refused to reopen obamacare enrollment South Korea says north Korean fighter jets have fired missiles off the east coast this after it fired suspected cruise missiles from its east coast the firing came on the eve of the one hundred eighth anniversary of the birth of Kim il song north Korea's first leader referred to as great leader the FBI issued its first ever poster in the Navajo language seeking information on the murder of an elderly man in twenty fourteen in his home on the New Mexico portion of the sprawling Navajo reservation you're listening to ABC news a news radio time one oh two Denver mayor Michael Hancock governor Poloz and an army lieutenant general will be among those flying into downtown tomorrow on Black Hawk helicopters to tour facilities do not be alarmed the guard will be touring locations that will be used as alternate care sites during the Cold vet response so tomorrow I'll be joining governor Polish when I walk through of the convention center with the National Guard leadership the state will likely have the site ready for patients this weekend Hancock says he's hopeful the field hospital set up at the convention center will not need to be used governor Poloz says the JBS meatpacking plant in Greenlee is closing for awhile there will be a plant wide quarantine and workers will sanitize it and the way that we can bring the plant back online is not unlike any other critical part of our economy as mass testing containment to make sure that those who are sick are not coming to work and providing protective equipment in mass true true relevant employees and those who might have been exposed the meat packing plant has had two employees died from the virus and dozens have tested positive Wyoming now has a death from corona virus that means a virus death has been recorded in every state Wyoming officials say the man who died had underlying health conditions another big Broadway musical taken off the schedule in Denver Disney's The Lion King scheduled for may thirteenth through June fourteenth has been postponed with dates to be set later the DC BA says the decision of the lying king was made out of an abundance of caution in partnership with Disney theatrical productions if you had tickets for lion king you will be informed about ticket options once they set the new dates for the show Jerry bell K. O. A. news radio and our wintry weather continues another possible record low tonight as we expected dipped to thirteen degrees with snow showers next update at one thirty David Kay okay away newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one I have found possibly Wednesday maybe Thursday and I don't know anymore is it today our kids at school time or is it tomorrow we it's the quarantine confusion in these very troubled times it doesn't matter what day it is stay informed prepares a lot of evolving information every minute every day and if you don't hear from one of us K. away news radio you.
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"Richard cancer multiple sources confirmed to ABC news that an intelligence briefing to Congress last week warned that Russia is again meddling in U. S. elections trying to get president trump reelected sources also confirming the president was angered when he learned of the briefing opining that Democrats would use it against him ABC news contributor John Cohen former homeland security official says the president should not be mad at the intelligence community it is the responsibility of the intelligence community to provide the president and Congress accurate intelligence about threats facing states so that steps can be taken to counteract those threats and protect the country the president says he's not ready to act yet on a pardon for confidante Roger stone sentenced to forty months in prison for among other things lying to Congress the president says despite the forty month prison sentence the Roger stone case isn't over Roger has a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion the president addressing a graduating class of prison inmates in Las Vegas insisting the stone jury foreman was biased against stone and the president how can you have a person like this she was a anti trump activist judge planning a hearing to see if that's true Andy field ABC news campaigning in Colorado springs Mr trump also made clear his disdain for parasite the Korean language film that won Best Picture at the Oscars I'm looking for like let's just gone with the wind we get like gone with the wind back soon so many great movies is recalling two hundred twenty nine thousand twenty oh six through ten so donors and Serrano's from twenty oh seven through all nine water can get into the anti lock brake computer because a short circuit possibly start a fire kia has seven reports of fires with no injuries it.
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"ABC news I'm Richard cancer Iowa's democratic caucuses Monday devolved into chaos party officials say technical issues forced them to delay issuing results no information coming from the Iowa Democratic Party after a series of technical snafus delayed and call into question the results of the Iowa caucuses now even Joe Biden's campaign saying they're not sure they can trust the numbers multiple campaigns are now declaring victory over partial sets of numbers and all of the campaigns are decamping to New Hampshire for the next round without knowing really anything of what happened in the first state ABC news political director recline I Democratic Party chair Troy price hoping to have numbers to report later Tuesday integrity of our process when the results have and always will be our top priority at this point the ID is mainly verifying all precinct results we expect to have numbers to a court later today president trump tonight makes his opening argument for re election is state of the union address to Congress aides say he will tout what he says is the greatest economy in American history his America first foreign policy changing immigration policy and the rest of it they won't tell us whether or not he will excoriate the Democrats sitting in front of him for failing to remove him from office through impeachment but he is Donald Trump so expect some excoriation ABC's Terry Moran in a regulatory filing aerospace giant Boeing devolved is cooperating with investigators from the justice department and securities exchange commission it's related to the Max series seven thirty seven seven thirty seven Max was grounded by regulators last year following the lion air and Ethiopian airlines crashes which killed three hundred forty six people it's taken Boeing longer than expected to fix the plane's flight control software which played a role in the crashes last week the Chicago based company reported its first annual loss in twenty years ABC's Derry all bigger you're listening to ABC news Kelly news time is three oh two a massive oil field fire is burning at this hour near county road thirty eight in weld county near plaid Phil here's chief Matt Kansi only with applied feel fire protection district yes so right now we're encountering flames the twenty thirty feet high still and so we've got to try to find and get that source so that we can get that extinguishment so that's the challenge right now whatever is feeling that is creating the mass of flames the chief says crews will be out much of this morning in the frigid conditions battling this fire Colorado won't wait for federal government to open up banking to the marijuana industry so says governor policy we're committed to creating a regulatory landscape here in Colorado with the cannabis industry has actually the same basic business services governor Paul is speaking yesterday more snow is on the way and gradually coming to an end today we'll be cold says fox thirty one she for your all to stay Frasier will have snow showers in the morning.
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"ABC news I'm Richard cancer then from says he'll unveil his Middle East peace plan today alongside Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu the president greeting Israel's prime minister Netanyahu at the White House saying everyone will be happy with his Israeli Palestinian peace plan that's a plan that baby and his opponent I must say have to like very much but the Palestinian prime minister is condemning the president from leaving him out of the process and accusing Mr trump of trying to finish off the Palestinian cause Andy field ABC news Washington with Israel's parliament about to debate the corruption case against Netanyahu the Israeli leader's office announced he was withdrawing his request for immunity from prosecution on the investigation into the southern California helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others there was no black box on board so there will be no quick answers the NTSB says it will take time to figure out why the helicopter hit this hillside the NTSB is Jennifer Harman date will look at the airframe instruments wreckage C. configuration and flight controls now the NTSB is asking for help from the public wanting pictures of the weather here on Sunday morning they could give investigators and idea of conditions a chopper was flying in Alex stone ABC news Calabasas California trying to getting as many Americans as possible out of China's coronavirus quarantines only U. S. charter jetliner bring more than two hundred back to the states it arrives in the Los Angeles area early Wednesday they'll be quarantined at least three days American Doug Peres refused to leave his Chinese girlfriend in Wuhan he's now stuck there things are looking really bad and they're they're they still look back and especially this really actually does worry me jittery investors drove the Dow four hundred fifty points lower on Monday Asian shares slid in Tuesday trading you're listening to ABC news five oh two now in use radio six ten WTVN the traffic and weather every ten minutes mornings and afternoons on news radio six ten WTVN big problems on the north side this morning getting the latest for Johnny hill as I two seventy east bound is closed between the US twenty three working to Delaware accident I seventy one on what is being reported as a fatal accident that from our partners at ABC six if you're traveling eastbound on I two seventy east or get off at three fifteen take it south bound down to six seventy east to seventy wanted back north bound up to up to two seven York take six seventy east all the way out to two seventy by the airport for those on twenty three or three fifteen your ramps to two seventy east are being closed as we speak so if you're trying to head east on the High Street at three fifteen good idea taken south to one sixty one or better yet twenty three north bound up to seven fifty power road had passed pullers parkway back to seventy one traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense power my temp star classic care more traffic you can trust in minutes I'm John Hill news radio six ten WTVN your ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist interbank Michael fill the cloudy and chilly some SO four still possible today the high gets up again the thirty eight degrees cloudy another call one tonight the low twenty nine mostly cloudy tomorrow five thirty eight similar story for Thursday's well partly cloudy hi forty just a wintry mix possible late on Friday weather is powered by the basement under.
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"Richard cancer to the U. S. airstrikes in Iraq that killed Iran's top general of touched off increasing security concerns in the U. S. in the coming weeks Americans may see heightened security at airports train stations and subways in terms of cyber concerns our sources are telling us that federal authorities have already been in contact with the energy sector as far as physical attacks here at home the focus is on potential Iranian government agents and proxies like his Bala there's also concern about home grown radicals who sympathize with the run who just want to take advantage of this tense moment ABC's Pierre Thomas Iran down its allies in Iraq's parliament passed a non binding resolution demanding all U. S. personnel leave that country president trump declared the U. S. is targeted fifty two Iranian sites including cultural sites should Iran make good on the retaliation threat ABC news national security and defence analyst make mall Roy former Deputy Assistant defense secretary says that could be considered a war crime so not only is it a legal but it does not meet the message that we've been trying to say which is that our conflict only with she in Kenya US service member into contractors were killed when al Shabab extremists overran the base used by U. S. counter terror forces five attackers killed several U. S. aircraft and ground vehicles were destroyed before the attack was repulsed Australia's prime minister is committing an additional two billion Australian dollars almost one and a half billion US to the fight against devastating wildfires the military is attempting to get food water and fuel to burn out communities prime minister Scott Morrison says teams arrived at an island wildlife refuge to help euthanize injured livestock and wildlife the critical issue going forward will be the disposal of carcasses which awfully presents very serious.
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"I'm Richard cancer partition to the end the house impeachment of president trump the articles charging he abused his power and instructed Congress Republicans are adamant that the president did nothing wrong here and they were eager to launch a very fierce defense all Democrats are you the exact opposite they say they have simply no choice but to impeach the president said he's put his own political interests above those of this country ABC's merry Bruce on Capitol Hill all of this apparently not moving the meter amongst the citizenry within weeks and weeks of impeachment proceedings some pretty dramatic moments arguments on both sides witness testimony at the end of it nothing changed in terms of public opinion a public opinion on impeaching removing the president from office was virtually the same before it started as it is now ABC's Jonathan Karl Attorney General William Barr went to Detroit to announce operation relentless pursuit it will provide federal law enforcement assets to bolster local police in Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Milwaukee Kansas city and Albuquerque very important to us is whether we had local partners that were effective and working well with Harker joint task forces and so he says the police forces sheriffs and as well as the district attorney thirteen members of a street gang in the central Illinois were convicted in a racketeering case that included murders drug trafficking and arsons worried about outbursts in the courtroom U. S. district judge James shattered ordered the verdicts against each of the thirteen members of the bomb squad street gang to be read with only one defended in the court room at a time the guilty verdicts coming after seven weeks of testimony in three days of deliberations witnesses explaining how the Peoria based game ordered members to shoot rivals on site and would then turn to social media to brag about it ABC's Ryan borough each facing up to twenty years in.
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"I'm Richard cancer hidden from dismissing the recession talk I don't see a recession I'm in the world is in a recession right now and although that's too big of a statement but if you look at China China is doing very very poorly president trump insisting he has no concerns about the strength of the US economy we have the strongest economy by far in the world but the stalled negotiations with China rattling investors and the president trying to downplay some economists fear ABC's Rachel Scott pro democracy organizer say more than one and a half million people marched Sunday in Hong Kong so far no crackdown by China so the Chinese have a dilemma here if they offer concessions it resetting a dangerous precedent for one party communist state the relies on all floor tarian rule and if the crackdown violently then the world is watching the commercial and economically and president trump also saying they will find it difficult to do a trade deal with China if it doesn't respond to the crisis here humanely A. B. C.'s Ian panel in Hong Kong the Associated Press reporting that a senior administration official tells it the US is open up secret communications with Venezuela's Socialist Party moss members of president Nicolas Maduro is in our circular seeking guarantees they won't want is retribution if they see to growing demands to oust Maduro court appearance Monday in Youngstown Ohio for James reared in junior high accused of making what authorities believe was a threat to a Jewish center please saying disturbing video posted online by James Riordan junior showing.
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"I'm Richard cancer the band was just starting it encore on the last day of Gilroy California garlic festival when the shooting started this hurt you know popping sounds and I knew right away that there were shots in which is her pop pop pop pop a man with the guns started shooting up the world renowned festival we just went behind some tents and and to cover police say the gunman shot and killed three people with some kind of rifle before officers working the event arrived in less than a minute and gone down the shooter we heard it would appear to be thirty rounds sound like thirty rounds to me and then we had a a little little lapse in time and then another thirty rounds and sound like automatic fire police say the shooter had cut his way through a fence to gain access to the fairgrounds a law enforcement source tells ABC news investigators think they know the dead gunman's identity and are trying to determine what if any connection he had the Gilroy war the festival several hours before the Gilroy violence a gunman shot twelve people in New York City killing one at a festival honoring elders in Brooklyn's Brownsville section mayor bill de Blasio this tragedy does not define Brownsville does not define the people Brownsville it does not define what's happening on the ground in a community that has worked so hard and come so far the shooters still at large after clashing with president trump over Russian election meddling Dan coats is resigning is director of national security he's critical of any questioning of his take on Russia and we've seen him be apologetic for Russia and Vladimir Putin saying last summer that he didn't see any reason why Russia would have been involved in exactly what the intelligence community said Russia was involved in ABC's Karen Travers the president to nominate Texas congressman John.
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"News I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race sorry no good no regrets I'm excited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence and like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge back in California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen.
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"Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race Sir no good no regrets recited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence and like stone EBC their president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen more.
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"News I'm Richard cancer the field of democratic presidential wannabes got a little smaller exactly three months after launching his bid for president California congressman Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the race sorry no good no regrets recited about what we've done his campaign was short lived in failed to gain much traction Swalwell is vowing to return to Washington to fight for topics like battling gun violence at like stone ABC news president trump's executive order requiring pharmaceutical companies to include list prices in their TV advertising was to go into effect today but won't a federal judge in Washington blocked the rule on free speech grounds the rule was part of the administration's effort to lower prescription drug costs for consumers twenty three U. S. governors signed a pledge backing California in its showdown with the trump administration over the plan to relax vehicle mileage standards the White House wants to freeze tougher mileage standards laid out by former president Obama to fight climate change in Washington the National Archives building is closed today there's no electric power after Monday mornings torrential rain flooded parts of the metropolitan area including the power vault in the basement of the National Archives after weeks of demonstrations Hong Kong as a regional legislature killed a controversial bill on extradition it fuels fear Hong Kong's independent courts and legal systems would be weakened by allowing it to hand over accused criminal suspects to mainland China we will listen more extensively.