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"richard cantu" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Richard Cantu there will be baseball in twenty twenty with players agreeing to a report by July first Major League Baseball issued a sixty game schedule starting July twenty third or twenty fourth in empty ballparks because of the pandemic seems like they have finally settled on sixty enough players to report by July first that allows them to have sixty games again about sixty six days ABC ESPN baseball insider Jeff Passan top Senate Democrats say the police reform bill offered by Republicans is not salvageable and they want new negotiations on a bipartisan measure minority leader Charles Schumer we don't want this political show that will lead to no bill no one no one no one has detailed away under McConnell's plan that we actually get to a bill that can pass the GOP plan mandates nothing the Democrats want something closer to the far reaching proposal from house Democrats in Atlanta while the funeral for ray shard Brooks killed by Atlanta police was going on Natalie Hannah white chief suspect in the torching of the fast food place where Brooks was killed was surrendering on Tuesday afternoon the twenty nine year old white was taken into custody outside her attorney's office in the city authorities say she's one of multiple suspects who sparked a fire that gutted the restaurant on June thirteenth white faces a charge of arson in the first degree her attorney says she is not responsible for the blaze ABC's Edgar trinkets in Atlanta in Charleston South Carolina several hundred people gathered in the city's Merrion square early this morning to watch the removal of a statue of former vice president and slavery advocate John C. Calhoun the Charleston city council voted Tuesday night to remove the statue Kentucky's Louisville metro police department says it's fired one of the officers in the killing of EMT Brianna Taylor in March Brett Hankerson fired ten shots as officers executed a no knock search warrant Taylor was shot eight times to other officers remain reassigned you're listening to ABC news five oh three now a news radio six ten WTVN to get traffic and weather mornings and afternoons on newsradio six ten WTVN let's get the latest now Johnny hill we got an injury accident that is on seventy one south bound to the exit to I. seventy east downtown and seventy one south currently closed at Spring Street as they try to get this out of the way and it looks like they may just open things up recently maybe to get the cars out of the way but they're keeping a seventy one south blocked off as you're coming down to three six seventy so what it takes six seventy west or the three fifteen south back over to us I said to I. seventy east and westbound again accident scene seventy one south near I. seventy east and old other still marking up seventy one south as close although the traffic stuck here get by plan on a detour traffic and weather together powered by temp starred customerid Banjani hill of newsradio six ten WTVN enter ABC six first warning weather for meteorologists change about Michael partly cloudy less humid still some isolated rain.
Noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says
"Less than two weeks ago NASCAR banned the Confederate flag in its tracks and facilities black driver Bubba Wallace was a big part of that Sunday at Talladega Alabama a noose was found in Wallace's garage stall NASCAR says it's angry outraged and has launched an immediate investigation into what it calls a heinous act the person or persons responsible will be eliminated from the sport Bubba Wallace tweeting that he's overwhelmed by the support that's been expressed that we must be persistent in fighting racism and that his mom Sunday told him about the news they're just trying to scare you ABC's chucks Iverson Richard Cantu
"richard cantu" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm Richard Cantu the Memorial Day weekend finds all fifty states in some stage of re opening their economies president trump is predicted the U. S. economy will roar back in short order but senior White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett says it's not happening yet you can see that even though in some states as many as ninety percent of businesses are open now that you're not seeing the kind of movement about that you would see if the virus were completely god has said on CNN's state of the union he also expressed opposition on the house passed three trillion dollar measure that would help state and local governments wanting a pause to see how previous relief measures are doing look at how they're spending the money that they've already gotten project what the shortfall will be and then talk about it with Democrats and Republicans the U. S. cut off travel to this country by non US citizens from Brazil which the World Health Organization considers the epicenter of the outbreak in South America the national security adviser Robert o'brien says the U. S. will try to help Brazil presents committed to getting a thousand ventilators side to Brazil right away we're gonna get some might think as early as this week and more will come over the next month or two Brazilian president gyro ball so narrow who fancies himself the trump of South America has referred to covert nineteen as a little flu a federal judge in Tallahassee struck down the Florida law requiring ex offenders to pay fines and court costs associated with their convictions before they regain the right to vote the court called the Florida plan a paid to vote system that's unconstitutional finding it analogous to the notorious poll tax that for decades prevented low income citizens from voting an appeal by the state is likely new Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern was being interviewed on the broadcast a BO during a broadcast interview on Monday morning when the magnitude five point six earthquake struck I'm not under any hanging lights I look like I'm in a structurally sound at some place the quake was centered northeast of Wellington New Zealand no immediate word of major damage or injuries you're listening to ABC news I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try I it never sticks so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I choose Babel because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.
"richard cantu" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm Richard Cantu and it's a victory for the anti stay at home movements the conservative dominated Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the governor's extension of that state stay at home order the state's High Court found the home warranty in order wasn't implemented by the governor but instead was issued by a bureaucrat who exceeded her power under Wisconsin's emergency regulations and failed to comply with statutory rulemaking procedure ABC news legal analyst royal oaks federal reserve chair Jerome Powell warning of an extended recession of Congress and the White House don't enact additional stimulus measures noting that forty percent of households earning under forty thousand dollars annually has lost a job this reversal of economic fortune has caused a level of pain that is hard to capture in words as lives are upended amid great uncertainty about the future house Democrats proposed a new three trillion dollar stimulus package Republicans in the White House giving it a frosty reception you ME conoce forecast of three percent contraction by the global economy this year president trump at odds with one of his own top health experts on the issue of re opening schools this week Dr Anthony Fauci warned Congress not to rush re opening schools I think we've got to be careful if we are not cavalier in thinking that children are completely immune the deleterious effects president trump's response to me is not an acceptable answer the president saying the virus has little risk to children and they should return to class it's a very little effect on young people and I think they should open their schools Andy field ABC news Washington Dr Rick bright the immunologist fired by the White House after warning it to prepare for the pandemic is scheduled to testify before a house committee on Thursday in prepared remarks released ahead of his appearance right said the U. S. faces the darkest winter in modern history unless leaders act decisively to prevent a rebound by the virus in the fall you're listening to ABC news I heart radio goes one on one with Ryan Adams to ask what his process to making a record and discolored three tier process to make an album and one of the mistresses of C. writing songs second is doubling it and the third is making a record sometimes a demo is actually good enough for the record sometimes need to be cut so that's sweeping it producer and he decides to chase it you can taste the demo with the new track for us and make it better sometimes for us sometimes then we have the right not keep listening to I heart radio for more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to talk about what he creatively enjoys the mera still to this day is the most exciting thing about what I do which is writing songs I like to write songs and this only thing really about all this that I really love you know all the signature Chapman going on tour and and that and that's all right you know but for me making music is is the one that really sparks you know I'm ready to get off on you know yeah there's another nights there's gigs were you complain yeah as you come off stage anything that's why I don't have to pay I've just put the best gig I ever played I can die now and that and that's that's happened to me but it would be nothing without the song keep listening to I heart radio for more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart to reflect on how supported his family was from the very beginning to become a singer rock singer in the sixties you know it was charted territory nobody knew how long it was going to last I think my dad was a little worried about my future and my older brother told me once that he would say I'm sending to the overall development worried about his future was going to be doing so it's so important I mean they will encourage me both my brothers chipped in to help me by good because tickets are so deeply indebted to keep listening to I heart radio for more rod Stewart and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Jon Bon Jovi to ask if successful artists have a responsibility to support certain causes no I don't think the artists have that responsibility but the opportunity.
"richard cantu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Richard Cantu the government is already spending three trillion dollars on pandemic relief house Democrats want three trillion more for state and local governments and citizens this time the administration and Republicans want to pause after all the heavy spending speaker Nancy Pelosi counters families who are suffering know that hunger doesn't take a pause the rent doesn't take a pause the bills don't take a pause the hardship of losing a job or tragically losing a loved one doesn't take a pause one of the government's top health specialists isn't in lockstep with president trump on re opening top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci with a stark warning for the forty five states moving to reopen without meeting the federal guidelines the consequences could be really serious there is a real risk that you will trigger an outbreak you might not be able to control which in fact docks it we will set you back foundries message at odds with president trump ABC's Mary Bruce the Supreme Court took arguments on whether president trump can be compelled to release his pre election business records being sought by Congress and prosecutors some of the conservative justices seemed concerned about this kind of boundless congressional power to just ask for any document under the sun and if they can point to some plausible law they might consider passing that was connected to that document that Congress would have carte Blanche to get that material ABC news Supreme Court analyst Kate Shaw on the road to the White House Joe Biden one Nebraska's primary on Tuesday polling places were open but there were a record shattering four hundred thousand mailing ballots to adults in custody in Dallas after police were tipped off to a six year old boy locked away in a shed on the city's southeast side the boy an older sister and younger brother removed from the home police not saying what relationship or what the relationship is between the kids and the adults you're listening to ABC news Arizona.
"richard cantu" Discussed on KOMO
"Richard Cantu ABC news I'm Evan Smith overcome a traffic center the west Seattle bridge high rise is closed in both directions for an indefinite amount of time this is due to cracks failed in the structure during a recent inspection of a high rise meanwhile the lower level Spokane street bridge is restricted only to emergency vehicles freight vehicles and buses for the time being your main of ways around this right now are the First Avenue bridge and the South Park bridge of Evan Smith come with twenty four seven traffic the calm forecast from the eco roof weather desk in the upper forties this morning to the sound sound fifties across however clouds thicken up today we are building right hi the couple weather center the following pre recorded programs paid for by the advertisers that does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of management and staff it's a north west lifestyle weekend on komo news welcome to the fast lane Nick miles he is our auto expert so drop it into gear it's a green flag here's neck locally created nationally celebrated from the northwest to the southeast this is America's car radio show but has a trouble will feature it on air online on smartphone or on small speaker this is our auto.
"richard cantu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News I'm Richard Cantu attempting to debunk covert nineteen conspiracy theories linked to an increase in hate crimes targeting Asian Americans U. S. intelligence analysts weighed in after questions were raised weeks ago about where the virus came from the director of national intelligence offering a rare statement agreeing with the wide scientific consensus that the cove in nineteen virus was not man made or genetically modified but adding they will continue to examine if it was the result of an accident at a laboratory in Wuhan ABC's whit Johnson he said tell the details but president trump claims to have seen evidence covert nineteen originated at a Chinese government labs so far I think John has been and trying to be or at least they seem to be trying to be somewhat transparent with us but we're gonna find out you'll be learning in the not too distant future but it's a terrible thing that happened China says speculation by the president is unfounded in purely fabricated out of nothing many states are starting to reopen West Virginia beautician Veronica fields calls it crazy next Monday I'm going to be expected to figure out how to do full salon services on masked clients while I'm masked Joe Biden's campaign labels is untrue the allegations of a former staffer that Biden's sexually assaulted almost thirty years ago Biden himself expected to address the matter in an interview that will run on Friday the president thinks Biden should explain in ABC's Andy field has the story the president's campaign surrogates have demanded Joe Biden respond to a woman's claim that he sexually assaulted her decades ago while she worked for his Senate office president trump says he's been in bugs position it could be false accusations like know about false accusations had been falsely charged numerous times the president also said his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was falsely accused Andy field ABC news Washington you're listening to ABC news our news radio time is eleven oh two twelve of twenty two Colorado prisons have yet to test a single inmate for covert nineteen fox thirty one's rob Lowe whistleblower contacted the problem solvers this call may include three inmates are being total kills or protecting the identity of this department of corrections employee but the long time staffer provided documents to fox thirty one showing two hundred fifty six confirmed cases for fenders fifteen for staff and eighty six staff on leave due to possible exposure but less than five percent of the state sixteen thousand inmates have actually been tested we can help out our guests will turn to Walker the department is working with the Colorado department of public health and environment to determine the next appropriate steps regarding any further testing Denver's mayor Michael Hancock has sent a letter to Colorado's members of Congress asking them to support another stimulus bill and one that includes emergency funding for states and cities also Denver's mayor is tipping his hand in a TV interview indicating a mandatory order to wear masks is likely to be announced next week the mask order is expected to be part of a detailed news conference laying out a new landscape for Denver for when the city stay at home order expires on may eighth the mayor has reportedly asked the public health department and the city attorney to draft an order requiring people to wear masks some cities I've already done this wheat ridge boulder aspen and Glenwood springs all require masks to be worn in public jury bell Keighley news radio fourteen days ago von Miller of the Broncos tested positive for coke but nineteen he announced on Twitter he's fully recovered D. I. A. may be temporarily losing some airlines jet blue asked the government to allow it to suspend flights to sixteen airports including Denver our next update at eleven thirty I'm Dan close along Keighley news radio eight fifty A. M. N. ninety four one FM going near.
"richard cantu" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm Richard Cantu was slaughterhouse workers taking sick and dying in the pandemic meat Packers have been shutting down some operations president trump is ordering them to keep those plants open the president says he'll sign an order that removes meat packing plants legal liability if workers get the virus well the president has ordered plants to stay open take in the liability which frees up the entire system and I fully understand it not their fault what's not clear how the president can guarantee me processing worker safety while ordering them to continue on the job Andy field ABC news Washington health experts say there's no way around it testing is essential in getting a hand on the pandemic National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases head Dr Anthony Fauci commenting on the current state of testing his he says the testing issue in the U. S. is not perfect but we'll get there he also said by the end of may or early June everyone who needs a test should get a test he says that's what he's being told ABC's Tom yamas the administration trying to get five million tests today if the national institutions warning the treasury and small business administration the technical problems continue to plague the paycheck protection program warning that it's vulnerable to espionage the homeland security department is urging people to consider the risks before using the popular video conferencing program called zoom over security officials are especially worried about China because soon did some of their development there and homeless security claims that China has access to zoom servers and could exploit them but overnight zoom telling ABC news that the U. S. government's intelligence is heavily misinformed they claim to China's workers do not have the type of access that would allow them to spot ABC's Pierre Thomas the Charlotte North Carolina city council voted six to five to accept a fifty million dollar justice department grant for costs related to security for this summer's Republican National Convention scheduled for late August you're listening to ABC news V. this is news radio eight forty WHAS your news now Kentucky governor reading this year continues to March forward and re opening the state more from Suzanne Duval governor Beshear gave an update on opening up the state unveiling a new ten point plan that aims to guide businesses as they prepare for a gradual reopening while continuing to keep workers safe just because you can doesn't mean you should unless you have what you need to make it safe the governor encouraging everyone to wear a mask in public should you if you're going to the grocery store absolutely you should just just think about it none of us know of for a symptomatic at any point which means we could be affecting the people around us he says that by may eleventh everybody working for or visiting an essential business should be wearing a mask there are currently four thousand three hundred and seventy five cases of covert nineteen.
"richard cantu" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Richard Cantu the trump plan for re opening the U. S. economy based on the latest data our team of experts now agrees that we can begin the next front in our war which we're calling opening up again it's a three phase plan individual states would have to C. fourteen days of declining coal but nineteen numbers before entering the next phase and loosened restrictions the first phase not much different from what most Americans are now doing it would encourage telework no nonessential travel more testing and social distancing well some slowly returned to work last thing we want is for let's say in New York to come back too soon or New Jersey to come back too soon we want them to come back when they're ready president trump's is later phases will see more like normal but could last months or even the rest of the year and the field ABC news Washington the virus has infected the nation's food supply chain in school cafeterias bakeries and your favorite brunch spot or closed wire eggs sold out of the supermarket the people that deliver to diners who delivered to restaurants to food cards are not the same people delivered to supermarkets stand around at five acre farms described in flexible system for farmers who sell milk to schools or lettuce to chain restaurants and now have nowhere to put their product the U. S. department of agriculture will start buying milk and meat for distribution to food banks Erin cutters he ABC news New York Michael Cohen catching a break in the pandemic the imprisoned former trump lawyer is getting early release with covert nineteen turning up in correctional facility is scheduled for release in November of twenty one the bureau of prisons as Colin will serve out his sentence under home confinement a Rome Georgia judge denied bail for three accused neo **** age twenty five to nineteen charged with plotting to kill a couple involved with anti fascists intent on sending a message to enemies you're listening to ABC news crisis or opportunity you will get to decide thousands are losing jobs but could you turn this crisis into a better life for you and your family.
"richard cantu" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News Richard Cantu in trump's been making noises about maybe cutting funding to the World Health Organization accusing it of missing the call on the pandemic but what about the U. S. multiple sources tell ABC news there were warnings in late November a very very small little known intelligence agency inside the defense department they actually reported that there was some sort of contagion that was so serious in November in China that was leading to a change of pattern of lifestyle and business they were able to see a really really critical problem that the Chinese did not have under control A. B. C.'s Josh Margolin the Pentagon says no such warning exists nationwide pandemic desktop fourteen thousand a new compact election fewer deaths than what the White House is projecting the university of Washington model predicts there could be sixty thousand corona virus related deaths in the U. S. by the end of the summer the White House predicts there could be one hundred thousand asked to explain the discrepancy Dr Anthony Fauci told fox news quote there's no doubt in my mind it's because of the social distancing and quote and he repeated his view that real data is better than models in as delicate terror ABC news Washington dissatisfied with social distancing compliance in his city Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti's taking action for this Sunday the parks will be altogether closed except for the bathrooms which are being used right now people experiencing homelessness and others Bernie Sanders ended his run for the democratic presidential nomination for now he is not endorsing the front runner Joe Biden is gonna be a dogfight although race I am now everything that's happened before of course is a bit wiped out because we're entering and are now in uncharted political territory uncharted economic territory we don't know what the country's gonna look like on the other side of this ABC news political director Rick Klein you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK governor Gavin Newsom wants to make sure older adults and young children at risk of corona virus are protected he signed an executive order to expand support across the state it applies to the in home supportive services program case workers will get a sixty day waiver to continue caring for older adults as well as people with disabilities roughly two and a half million Californians are out of work due to the pandemic unemployment claims have soared that high just since March twelfth that's why the state is adding more jobs to its one stop resource more than one hundred listings are now on the new website onward C. A. dot org the sum says one hundred seventy thousand have already been on the site looking to get matched with a job for more on the corona virus go the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I need in the dice taking care of the cage frantic Sacramento eastbound.
"richard cantu" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Richard Cantu the Pentagon says no such warning exists multiple sources tell ABC news that as far back as November the military's national center for medical intelligence warned of an uncontrolled virus spreading through on China ABC news contributor John Cullen formally with the homeland security department what is surprising and what is disappointing is that our leadership did not take steps more quickly to pull together a cohesive government wide plan to address the emerging crisis again the Pentagon says no such warning exists while pandemic deaths top fourteen thousand in the U. S. hospital admissions and respirator needs in many places are easing somewhat vice president pence's administration point man on the pandemic encouragement that we may may be reaching the point where the impact of the corona virus is beginning to level off but it also should be an encouragement every American to keep doing what we're all doing on the road to the White House it's over for Bernie Sanders here now some three hundred delegates behind vice president Biden and the path for victory is virtually impossible the remote senator suspending his campaign I congratulate Joe Biden a very decent man who I will work with the move our progressive ideas forward but he's standing on the ballot to get as many delegates as possible to wield influence whenever the convention happened Joe Biden responded in a statement lied and said Bernie Sanders has done something rare in politics quote he hasn't just run a political campaign he's created a movement bitonic knowledge Sanders efforts to change the conversation around issues like health care climate change in income inequality and says well they may not agree on how to get there they agree on the ultimate goals ABC's mark run a large the global chemical weapons watchdog has for the first time blames Syria for sarin and chlorine attacks in March twenty seventeen you're listening to ABC news Arizona state KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic nine oh two nine Gabriel coming you know D. D. A. R. I.'s on parenting just be observant and understand that there's going to be the motion if your child is asking questions about the corona virus and why schools are closed the school counselor has advice on what you should say Sarah scam with the Arizona school counselors association says keep it simple when the virus is how we can catch it and why where he recently there and use the words that you might hear on the news that they listen to the news use those words because that's what they're hearing also be ready to answer any questions they may have the best thing that I can do is to talk it over with their child if they need additional assistance vice I would reach out to the child's counselor is on the school counselors are available Griselda city no KTAR news it is day eight of the statewide stay at home order to curb the spread of corona virus in getting test kids is still a big challenge Arizona department of health services director Dr Kerr Chris says it's still a nationwide shortage of testing supplies so far more than thirty three thousand tests have been given in Arizona I'm hoping that as the supply chain strengthens we.
Stimulus package moves to the House
"Was unanimous the Acer ninety six vote vote threshold having been achieved the bill is passed a massive two trillion dollar coronavirus relief bill approved in the U. S. Senate with zero opposition they have been at this for days we've been watching them through the most agonizing negotiations that I've ever seen since I've covered this place and I was here during that the recession in two thousand eight and it's really been about just truly competing ideological points of view A. B. C.'s Trish Turner in Washington was a long hard road neither side can be completely happy with the final product but it will be worth it Senate minority leader Charles Schumer government is the only force large enough to staunch the bleeding and begin the healing the largest economic relief bill in U. S. history now goes to the house which will take it up on Friday Richard Cantu ABC news
Trump hopes US will shake off pandemic by Easter
"At the Tuesday coronavirus briefing president trump repeated his desire for restrictions to be lifted in time for Easter the thoughts of task force member Dr Deborah Berke she notably did not say yes or no she said the president has asked her and Dr Anthony Fauci and others to give their best medical recommendation based on data and they'll do that next week but she was not willing to say right now if she agrees with the president's plowing for ABC's Karen Travers at the White House Richard Cantu
"richard cantu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"ABC news I'm Richard Cantu with corona virus cases still rising in the U. S. president trump is talking about how he wants to reopen the country for business in weeks not months weeks we're not gonna let the cure be worse than the problem at the end of the fifteen day period will make a decision as to which way we want to go where we want to go in on Capitol Hill partisan politics are hobbling the Senate's effort to approve nearly two trillion dollar corona virus relief bill it has spurred the house speaker to take action and A. B. C.'s Andy field has that story from Washington while the Senate stalemate continues house speaker Nancy Pelosi has introduced her own new round of financial help Democrats take responsibility for our workers who require that any corporation that takes taxpayer dollars must protect their workers wages and benefits some Senate Republicans pushing for more aid to business treasury secretary Mnuchin negotiating a deal between the two sides Andy field ABC news Washington secretary of state Mike Pompeo went to Afghanistan to announce the administration is slashing one billion dollars in assistance Sam to threaten further reductions the country's rival lever leaders won't agree to a former new government after last year's disputed election the stalemate threatening the peace deal with the U. S. and Taliban side is going to be a guilty plea to manslaughter charges by Pacific gas and electric utility responsible for the twenty eighteen wildfire in northern California started by its fraying electrical grid PG&E is pleading guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter eighty five people died but a grand jury found one person committed suicide so PG&E is pleading to all but one the deal still has to be approved by a judge in the Butte county Superior Court ABC's Alex stone the nation's largest utility was already on probation following a pipeline explosion in twenty ten that blew up in neighborhood south of San Francisco killing eight people you're listening to ABC news a news radio time ten to stay at home orders Denver writes in boulder rights have been ordered to stay home beginning Tuesday at five PM through at least April tenth that's two weeks from this coming Friday Denver mayor Michael Hancock with Denver again began the most densest metropolitan region in the state it makes sense that we move more boldly to address these issues going forward folks in both cities will still go to the grocery store or buy medical supplies and get outdoors for fresh air keeping their distance from others Denver's a stay at home order initially included the closure of liquor and pot stores that has changed people were tearing out cases of beer fearing that they wouldn't be able to buy more come tomorrow at five o'clock in Denver but now the city is walking back what it said earlier in the day pot shops and liquor stores will be allowed to open as long as they have extreme social distancing between their customers in Denver jury bell Keighley news radio and the outbreak is causing other problems the lone tree police department warning people about corona virus scans local and federal law enforcement had seen an increase in covert nineteen related scams here are some tips to help guard you against scammers don't click on links from sources you don't know watch out for emails claiming to be from.
"richard cantu" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"I'm Richard Cantu with corona virus cases still rising in the U. S. president trump is talking about how he wants to reopen the country for business in weeks not months weeks we're not gonna let the cure be worse than the problem at the end of the fifteen day period will make a decision as to which way we want to go where we want to go in on Capitol Hill partisan politics are hobbling the Senate's effort to approve nearly two trillion dollar corona virus relief bill it has spurred the house speaker to take action and A. B. C.'s Andy field has that story from Washington while the Senate stalemate continues house speaker Nancy Pelosi has introduced her own new round of financial help Democrats take responsibility for our workers who require that any corporation that takes taxpayer dollars must protect their workers wages and benefits some Senate Republicans pushing for more aid to business treasury secretary Mnuchin negotiating a deal between the two sides in the field ABC news Washington secretary of state Mike Pompeo went to Afghanistan to announce the administration is slashing one billion dollars in assistance Sam to threaten further reductions the country's rival lever leaders won't agree to a former new government after last year's disputed election the stalemate threatening the peace deal with the U. S. and Taliban side is going to be a guilty plea to manslaughter charges by Pacific gas and electric utility responsible for the twenty eighteen wildfire in northern California started by a training electrical grid PG&E is pleading guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter eighty five people died but a grand jury found one person committed suicide so PG&E is pleading to all but one the deal still has to be approved by a judge in the Butte county Superior Court ABC's Alex stone the nation's largest utility was already on probation following a pipeline explosion in twenty ten that blew up in neighborhood south.
Heavily armed Philippine police have entered a shopping mall in Manila after shots were fired inside the complex
"Philippine police surrounded a shopping mall in an upscale section of Manila after a recently fired security guard opened fire and took dozens of people hostage a local official says the gunman armed with a pistol shot one person at the V. mall that victim in stable condition Richard Cantu
Exit poll reveals what mattered to New Hampshire voters
"In the first national primary of the twenty twenty election season New Hampshire is projected to go to the candidate who won the state four years ago more from ABC news your it is the beginning of the end but Donald Trump thirty soon lose the ABC news projected winner of new Hampshire's presidential primary number showing edging people to judge by two percentage points Amy Clovis are by six we're going to know that we're going to South Carolina we're going to win well nobody knew we wouldn't do well in New Hampshire and did not he's already moved on to South Carolina and it's more diverse electorates voters still think electability is the most important character in a candidate that has not changed what's changed is whether they think Joe Biden fits that profile that's what's changed and increasingly these put these exit polls today are showing that they're looking at Sanders are looking to put a judge and increasingly baby clothes shard ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts south Carolina's primary is February twenty ninth with continuing coverage the New Hampshire primary Richard Cantu ABC news New Hampshire saw the end of two campaigns and Yang announcing his run was over Colorado senator Michael Bennet also throwing
"richard cantu" Discussed on WTVN
"Richard Cantu ABC news a few flurries little bit of drizzle thirty for the overnight low tonight it still does breezy and wet out there Tuesday we dry up will be mostly cloudy thirty eight for the afternoon high then we warm up a little bit on Wednesday with a high in the low forties I'm ABC six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall the peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three send Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory thanks to our doctor Michael solid joins us as we talk about the U. S. secret space program and other strange things project Looking Glass as well when we come back in a moment with David Politis in his work missing for one one Canada we'll take some phone calls are getting lots of calls from Vancouver British Columbia we'll get to those calls as well if you're a coast inside or you know how much fun it is if you're not listen to some of these insiders hi this is Angeline entered on the beach and I love being a coast to coast insider because I can tune in at any time of day hi mom who will from Florida Louisiana and I really like being an insider because of all the interesting information hi this is our yelp from San Diego California and I love being a coast insiders because I could listen to any show anytime anywhere in the garden or in the kitchen to get a lock on the beach and there's.
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"Richard Cantu in a rare confrontation, Republican senators declared deep opposition to President Trump's threatened, tearing all Mexican imports until that country stops Central American migrants from trying to get to the US. Well, there's not much support in my conference for tariffs. That's for sure. Majority leader. Mitch McConnell says neither country will be helped by the tariffs slated to go into effect on Monday. I think it's safe to say you've talked, all of our members were not fans of tariffs, we're still hoping that this can be avoided China declared trade war differences with the US should be dealt with through negotiation and Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell signal than openness to cutting interest rates if economic conditions here, start to degrade that sent investors off to the races market, strategist Art Hogan says it's a positive step expectations where we'd get something accomplished, perhaps, in the first half of two thousand nineteen I think those expectations are pushed off to more. Realistically, we might get something done in two thousand nineteen the Dow closed five hundred twelve points higher. The NASDAQ gained one hundred ninety four even the. The broader S and P five hundred gained fifty eight. And entirely too close. Encounter between a US navy p eight spy plane and Russian fighter jets over the Mediterranean, Sea. The navy says the Russian issue thirty-five did a high-speed pass directly in front of the P eight the navy calls. It unsafe and irresponsible Scott Peterson the former Broward County, Florida sheriff's deputy who did not enter the MS de highschool during last year's mass shooting is now accused of cowardice sorts with eleven criminal counts, including seven counts of child neglect, a state review Peterson refused to investigate the source of gunshots retreated, while victims were being shot and directed officers away from the building ABC's Victor oquendo bond for Peterson said at one hundred two thousand dollars. West of Milwaukee, a standoff between police in an armed individual barricaded inside a vehicles closed. The seven mile stretch of I ninety four. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.
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"Richard Cantu. ABC scattered showers into your Sunday night overnight temperatures dipping down into the upper thirties. Low forties. Expect a few showers for your Monday morning commute to work in school. Little went to start but those showers wrap up shortly after lunchtime afternoon. Highs Monday in the mid to upper forties with some sunshine running by the late afternoon and into the evening looking for clear skies, Monday night with temperatures into the twenties. I'm ABC six meteorologist, Rachel Penton on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. The town. Cents. Team that sound. Came in town. To talk to George Nath. Call the wildcard line eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred.
FDA approves form of ketamine for depression treatment
"Twenty three people the special k treatment for depression US, food and Drug administration has approved a nasal spray that as a chemical cousin of ketamine club drug called special k approved for patients with hard to treat depression. Some doctors have already given ketamine to people with depression without FDA approval. Richard cantu.
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"Richard Cantu for the overnight low tonight. We'll stay partly cloudy, it'll a little bit more in time for the morning commute. And then we'll see a mix of sun and clouds during the day on Tuesday, Tuesday's high around thirty seven Wednesday, partly to mostly cloudy and a high near forty seven. I'm ABC six chief meteorologist Marshall mcpeek on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. Mr. Premiere networks presents coast to coast AM.
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"Richard Cantu. ABC? Partly cloudy overnight tonight as we get toward the morning commute. You notice those clouds thickening up a little date, but just still want to take your sunglasses with because we'll see some sunshine on Tuesday, the high around thirty seven on Wednesday. We'll call it partly to mostly cloudy, a high near forty seven and it starts to get wet again on Thursday. I'm ABC six chief meteorologist Marshall mcpeek on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN..
Trump administration plans space-based missile defense system
"ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. President Trump goes to the Pentagon on Thursday to unveil the administration's long-awaited missile defense review. It will call for a focus on new space technologies to enhance current missile defense systems that can defend the US from North Korean and Iranian long range. Missiles ABC news has learned that new technologies include better space based sensors able to detect missiles before they launch and studying whether drones armed with long-range lasers could destroy a missile shortly after takeoff. Lee martinez. ABC news, Washington, we're heading into day twenty seven of the partial government shutdown and the state of the union address could become a casualty house
New research on fish oil benefits for heart health
"It. Richard cantu. ABC news. Our next news update is at twelve o'clock. I'm Pat Woodard on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Regret shape of the drive cross town right now, no highway backups to deal with much better on I twenty five
Trump fires Jeff Sessions - is Robert Mueller next?
"Of directions. This could go and don't forget that we know that Muller has been looking at the potential that President Trump of struck to Justice in this probe and to then fire the attorney general of the United States to ask for his resignation to fire him at this moment me even add to that ABC news, political director recline, Richard. Cantu. ABC news. Did you know there are other signs
Top takeaways from Bob Woodward's new book about Trump's White House
"Journalists. Bob Woodward's book detailing a chaotic White House is out on the president briefed reporters on the approaching hurricane. He was asked about the Woodward expose, Mr. Trump, thanking former advisors for saying that the books quotes by them are true. I really appreciate this statement was excellent. And they both said that which shows that the book is just a piece of fiction of Woodward and says, he is sourced. Every quote and says the book is
North Carolina, King County Courthouse and ABC discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"With predictions of a storm surge of as much as thirteen feet. People are getting out of the way of approaching hurricane. Florence expected to slam into the Carolina coast on Friday. Susan pick a target getting out of nags head North Carolina. Looks
Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge in fatal shooting of neighbor
"White Dallas police officer amber Geiger's been arrested and charged with manslaughter days after she shot and killed twenty six year old black neighbor both John late Thursday, Geiger reportedly told authorities she returned home after her shift and walked into an apartment. She thought was hers and ended up shooting. John who later died at a hospital. Authorities and attorneys representing John's family say there's no evidence to suggest the two knew each other ABC's Marcus more in Dallas Geiger's blood being tested for alcohol and other
ABC, Richard Cantu and Phil Kelly discussed on Joel Riley
"ABC news I'm Richard Cantu a campaign rally. In West Virginia President Trump did not directly mention, former personal attorney Michael Cohen who pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations or. Former campaign chair Paul Manafort convicted of Bank fraud and tax fraud fake news and the. Right witch hunt we got a whole big combination Where is the collusion You know there's. Still looking for collusion? Where is the collusion Find some collusion we
Protesters topple controversial Confederate statue at university
"Large group of protesters toppled silence Sam the statue of a confederate soldier that stood. On campus since nineteen thirteen. UNC senior Walker. Harrison it's about time we've had other blazes in in Durham and in other, places in North Carolina and and this, is just Time for you to do the dude I think the one person, was arrested in a statement North, Carolina Governor, ROY Cooper said he shares the frustration of the slow pace of change but. Added that violent destruction of public property has no place in our
Puerto Rico, Jeff Collier and ABC discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests intensive Vania the blistering grand jury report names more than three hundred predator priests and accuses his dozens of church officials of covering up and this is just one St. Pennsylvania more than thousand victims in all some shared their
Pennsylvania report details decades of sexual abuse by priests
"Pennsylvania supreme court, released a report finding credible evidence that more than three hundred, Roman Catholic priests sexually abused at least one thousand children across the. Commonwealth four decades the Pennsylvania grand jury report found several hundred Catholic breeze got away, with, child sex assault senior church officials covered up their criminal, conduct Pennsylvania prosecutor, Josh Shapiro says many of the priests won't face prosecution because of the. Statute, of limitations Pittsburgh Bishop, David zubec- says they've changed many things, to protect children doing everything possible to prevent such abuse. From, ever happening
Man charged with manslaughter in "stand your ground" shooting
"Prosecutors, in Pinellas. County Florida charge Michael. Drako with manslaughter the white man shooting. And killing unarmed black man marquees mcglockton after mcglockton shove Drake during an argument over a parking spot in, Clearwater Florida Drake a charge despite his claim of self-defence under the state's stand your ground law Drako confronted mcglockton girlfriend for parking in. A handicapped spot while he was inside when, mcglockton comes outside he sees the argument and shoves Drako who then pulls out a gun and opens fire the father of three stumbling back. Into the store he's five year old son.
War Of Credibility Over Rick Gates Rages On In Paul Manafort Fraud Trial
"On the White House brick gates former, business partner of Paul Manafort took the witness stand in the Bank. And tax, fraud trial, of the former Trump campaign chair on the stand gates briefly glanced at Manafort, them sitting about twenty feet apart from each other now that. Was before he admitted that the two were involved in criminal activity. Together now the attorneys representing Manafort have, built their defense, around painting gates as, a liar the culprit behind the alleged crimes of tax. Evasion and Bank fraud during gates his testimony his credibility will be