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KOA 850 AM
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"After declaring major disaster areas and portions of New York and New Jersey, hard hit last week by the remnants of IDA President Biden will visit the area. On Tuesday. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer and other officials do the same. On Monday, FEMA and the senator announced homeowners are now entitled to up to $34,000 in grants that don't have to be repay. During today's announcement, Some homeowners heckled elected officials saying they haven't done enough to help a B C's Dave Evans. I'd of course, did major destruction in Louisiana reports of squalid conditions, including deaths of some evacuated senior living facilities are spurring investigations. One owner evacuated The nursing home residents to a large warehouse. We've seen images of mattresses, people sleeping on the floor on top of those mattresses and several people there died. The attorney general launched an investigation into that, and those have now been shut down. They ordered the immediate closure of those nursing homes, ABC Selwyn Lopez in Baton Rouge. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the principal architect of the September 11th attacks goes before a military commission at Guantanamo this week. Starting I should say, starting Tuesday with an open session, there will be closed and open sessions all this week. Brian Reilly remains in a cell and the Polk County, Florida jail. A judge ordered the former Marine sniper held with no bail on charges of fatally shooting four people over the weekend. Authorities have not divulged motive, but say it appears Riley is suffering mental illness. Millions who traveled for the holiday are now heading back regional differences in pandemic rules, not unnoticed by this woman at Los Angeles International Airport. It's kind of crazy that.
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Who's 93.1 FBK? From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. More than a week after Hurricane Ida slammed the Louisiana Coast. The death toll continues to rise. The body of Westchester County, New York, woman who went missing in the flooding last week was recovered today and it brings the total to 69 in eight states. President Biden is declared five counties in that state and six in New Jersey. Federal disaster areas He visits tomorrow. Big day tomorrow. Refrigerate tomorrow. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio need money and they need it quick. That's what's going to make a difference. They just gone through devastation. They need to be back on their feet. They don't have a way to pay for it. Unless we get this federal money in their hand, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will ask that more counties in his state be added to the list. An investigation into the care of nursing home residents in New Orleans during the storm. Over the weekend, officials there evacuated 10 senior living facilities after five deaths were discovered what we found Was unacceptable. And accountability will be across the board officials their plan to inspect those centers in the coming days to make sure they are safe for the vulnerable and elderly and caramel plus people undeterred in their efforts to clean up and try to get things back to normal, even if it takes months, ABC Selwyn Lopez, several unemployment programs that were put into place during the pandemic have expired. Um, economists calling this week appending benefits Cliff. Others worried about the impact on spending as benefits dry up. Now, the White House has been pushing for that budget deal that would have funding For child care and other worker benefits. But they have been adamant about not extending these unemployment programs. They say that states can, but many states say they just don't have the budget. Abby sees Mary Ellis Park starting tomorrow. Masks will be mandatory in Pennsylvania's public and private schools as well as childcare facilities. The North Carolina Department of Labor says it's received close to 5000 Covid 19 related Complaints since the start of the pandemic. You're listening to ABC news, the pandemics now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Tracy residents are experiencing issues connecting with emergency phone lines. The police department says. This has been happening since Sunday night due to power outages. This includes 911 and non emergency lines. Park authorities are on the lookout for a suspected catalytic converter thief. Resident called police early Monday to report the suspicious activity in a carport area of the Valley Village Mobile Home Park. The resident reportedly chased a hooded suspect who fled the scene and jumped into an A waiting getaway car Tuesday will be another spare the air Day for greater Bay Area officials say it's combination of the wildfire smoke drifting into the region. Along with high temperature and vehicle.
TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"ABC News. I'm Dave Packer blaring tempers in Louisiana, as hundreds of thousands of people remain without power in blistering heat. ABC Selwyn Lopez is in Albany, Louisiana. Destruction here just one of the signs of what people are up against the other signs. Those long lines for food, gas and water. A man was shot and killed about an hour from here. After reportedly cutting in line at a crowded gas station. The suspect has since turned himself in the sheriff. They're saying this is at least the second time that guns have been pulled out. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards will visit storm ravaged theories in the state today as well. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy in his state Police are investigating a shooting in northwest Washington, D. C. It killed three people and left three others hospitalized with non life threatening injuries overnight. A judge is temporarily shielded some Texas abortion clinics from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion group. Under a new law banning most abortions. Facebook has apologized for putting a primates label on a video of black men, says The New York Times. This is ABC News. We're getting some indication of the effects of the New Texas abortion law, the most restrictive in the nation banning abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy. ABC is Chuck C. Burton. Women have already been getting out of state abortions. We've heard from other clinics that they're seeing sometimes up. 200% of their patients are coming from Texas. Dr. Babbit Kumar, a doctor at Planned Parenthood in Houston, is concerned about others. The logistics of traveling childcare Time off work all the things that they may need to navigate. May not be possible for them. One called a Houston Planned Parenthood taken by Call Center chief Doris Dixon to hear her beg for someone to help her was hard. The staff is stressed, she says. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News in Australia A surfer died after being attacked by a shark off the east coast of that continent today, officials say emergency crews were rushed to Emerald Beach in New South Wales. New South Wales ambulance inspector Chris Wilson. The patient has died as a result of significant injuries. This is ABC News. We're short of PCO today.
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on KOMO
"Packer Powerless after the storm. Hundreds of thousands of people in Louisiana are still in the dark. One week after Hurricane Ida swept through ABC. Selwyn Lopez reports from Albany, Louisiana. The town of Grand Al remains completely uninhabitable. The mayor there says recovery will take months look like a bomb with, well no water. We have no electricity and we have no food, Louisiana's largest utility now saying those hardest hit could be without power until the end of September. The state now ordering several nursing homes that evacuated residents to warehouse ahead of the storm to immediately close officials confirming seven residents died, one resident describing conditions as horrible. Meanwhile, the cleanup continues across the northeast from the remnants of IDA in New York City. 13 people died, the majority of them in illegally converted basement apartments that flooded New York's new governor, Kathy Huckle, after touring damaged homes in the cities Washington Heights neighborhood. I live near Niagara Falls, My friends. I know that a lot of water looks like Niagara Falls, came out of the heavens and rushed into our subways and of our basements and devastated people's homes. And I saw this firsthand. In Texas at least 45 school districts have shut down in person classes after outbreaks of Covid 19 in the first weeks of the school year, shutdowns reported by the Texas Education Agency indicated about 42,000 students are affected. UT health, Houston pediatrician Michael Chang says community spread of the Delta variant is driving the closures. It's still just because we have so many cases in the community, right? And so as long as we have widespread, um Coronavirus cases in the community. We're going to see more kids getting sick, more kids getting infected. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has banned mask mandates in Texas schools, some districts ordering them anyway. Northern Iraq security officials say suspected Isis militants opened fire on a police checkpoint 13 people killed. You're listening to ABC News. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath. Your nose is the body's first line of defense by helping filter out allergens, bacteria and viruses before they reach your lungs. But like any air filter, the more clogged up, it gets, the less it works. So how do you clean your nose? I'm Martin Hoke and I didn't invent nasal irrigation. The neti pots been around thousands of years, but I did invent Nevada to make cleaning your nose easy. Nevada's uses powered suction to flush out Lucas and germs that cause congestion or worse can make you sick..
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"One week after Hurricane Ida swept through ABC, Selwyn Lopez reports from Albany, Louisiana, the town of Grandal remains completely uninhabitable. The mayor there says recovery will take months. Look like a bomb went off. You have no water. We have no electricity, and we have no food, Louisiana's largest utility now saying those hardest hit Could be without power until the end of September. The state now ordering several nursing homes that evacuated residents to warehouse ahead of the storm to immediately close officials confirming seven residents died, one resident describing conditions as horrible. Meanwhile, the cleanup continues across the northeast from the remnants of IDA in New York City. 13 people died, the majority of them in illegally converted basement apartments that flooded New York's new governor, Kathy Huckle, after touring damaged homes in the cities Washington Heights neighborhood. I live near Niagara Falls, My friends. I know that a lot of water looks like Niagara Falls, came out of the heavens and rushed into our subways and there are basements and devastated people's homes. And I saw this firsthand. In Texas at least 45 school districts have shut down in person classes after outbreaks of Covid 19 in the first weeks of the school year. Shutdowns, reported by the Texas Education Agency indicated about 42,000 students are affected. UT health Houston pediatrician Michael Chang says community spread of the Delta variant is driving the closure. It's still just because we have so many cases in the community, right? And so as long as we have widespread, um Coronavirus cases in the community. We're going to see more kids getting sick, more kids getting infected. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has banned mask mandates in Texas schools, some districts ordering them anyway. Northern Iraq security officials say suspected Isis militants opened fire on a police checkpoint 13 people killed. You're listening to ABC News. From the Hollywood Kid Traffic Center, home of the No dealer fee. Visit Hollywood Kia dot com. Good Start to our Sunday morning in South Florida 95 in great shape with no accidents or major delays. Tell you about from Broward County Down in Miami Day to be heading over to Miami Beach causeways are looking good, Julia Total MacArthur and Venetian.
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Still more than a week away, claiming Mr Rogers that's under there was not love kfbk. Sacramento BKF Alpine's Sacramento's number one for breaking news, local news, traffic and weather news 93.1 kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer right now. President Biden speaking at the White House today. Uh, Have hit another milestone key milestone. In our nation's fight against Covid as the Covid 19 vaccine from Pfizer gets full FDA approval, the president, saying the move could convince some who are on the fence about getting vaccinated. Rescue efforts in Tennessee after deadly weekend flash flooding 21 people dead in the deluge. Some 40 people missing ABC, Selwyn Lopez is in Waverly, Tennessee. Creeks lined with cars swept away record rainfall pummeling the area more than 17 inches in less than 24 hour. We spoke to Michael, who was rescued as rising waters trapped him in. It was terrifying. I'm sitting there looking at everything that I just lost. Many roads washed away power lines wrapped in the debris. Officials Searching through cars and homes looking for the missing. Meanwhile, in the Northeast, what's left of tropical storm setting off flood warnings from New Hampshire to Pennsylvania? What's left of Anri is slowing down significantly. It's rain bands sprawling over nine states putting 40 million people under a flash flood Watch Sunday, Henry becoming the first tropical storm to make landfall in New England. In 15 years at the height of the storm, more than 100,000 power outages were reported across the Northeast, where waves up to 19 FT slammed the coast. ABC s Andrew Dim Bert the situation outside of Kabul's airport, still chaotic, A firefight there has.
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"selwyn lopez" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Your smart TV with curiosity stream. Curiosity stream dot com to sign up and start streaming today. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer Day three of a search for survivors of the condo building that collapsed in Surfside, Florida Thursday morning, killing at least four people and leaving 159. Others unaccounted for nearby a vigil as family members look on, it's hard, but we are still hopeful. Meanwhile, new documents painting a clearer picture of the overall state of the building. One inspection report filed with the city claims that the entrance drive in pool deck of the building had Failed waterproofing, which was causing major structural damage to the concrete structural slab below those areas. A B CS victor A kendo has more from Surfside. Pictures. Included in the documents show what appears to be cosmetic cracks on balconies, entrances and garage level pillars. These pictures show pieces of concrete broken off the 2018 document describing repairs made to this area as failing and resulting in additional concrete cracking. However, experts say some types of cracks and stucco and concrete are common in the building of this age and don't necessarily cause a collapse. The covid 19 delta vary, an infection rate continues to climb in areas with low vaccination rates. Details from ABC Selwyn Lopez at CDC headquarters in Atlanta. In Missouri. Cases are rising at the highest number of Covid 19 patients since the first week of March, and it's not just here in the US Israel is masking up again after lifting its indoor mask mandate coronavirus cases they're spiking the outbreak driven by that more contagious strain. The World Health Organization has labeled the Delta as the most transmissible variant identified so far, adding that new ones are expected to come as a virus evolves..
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on KOMO
"First, an update from ABC News. Good morning. It's five o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. Tropical Storm Claudette gaining strength as it trudges up the Eastern Seaboard and back out into the Atlantic, ABC. Selwyn Lopez has more from East Brewton, Alabama this morning clouded moving up the southeast, hitting the Carolinas after leaving behind a trail of destruction this weekend. In Alabama. These dangerous flash floods pouring through the roads and unece brewed in the National Weather Service now says that an EF two tornado tore through this area with an estimated 127 mile per hour winds. 20 people injured the storm partly responsible. It's believed for a multi car crash outside Montgomery, Alabama, the left 10 people dead, nine of them Children. Age coming from a ranch for neglected girls. Michael Smith is the CEO there. This is such a tragedy. It's a tragedy, not only for our ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy. When we lose, our Children are suspected tornado touched down outside Chicago sent four people to the hospital. A South Florida Pride parade turned deadly over the weekend when a 77 year old man in the parade accelerated his truck unexpectedly striking to pedestrians, killing one of them. A BCS victor kendo, newly obtained surveillance video showing the truck flying a large rainbow flag plowing through a fence at a garden store before coming to a stop the truck also narrowly missing the braid vehicle of floor. The Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chair of the Democratic National Committee, The congresswoman later tweeting. I am deeply shaken and devastated that a life was lost, and others seriously injured. Iran's president says he will not meet with President Biden and he will not negotiate over Tehran's ballistic missile program, The hardliner, making the comment at a news conference this morning after winning in a landslide on Friday. Tokyo's top medical official has advised against it. But those running the Tokyo Olympics say they will allow fans in the stands at 50% capacity when the games begin next month. This is ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It's 52. It's the KOMO Morning News headed for a very toasty day approaching 90. It's clear right now in downtown Seattle and 63 degrees Greg Herschel has the day off and manufacture and here are the top stories from the coma. 24 7 News center. The first full day of summer could bring record breaking heat.
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on KGO 810
"ABC News Traveling with the president in Cornwall, England, Major U. S cities continue to re open welcoming Post Pandemic business But with the nation about halfway through President Biden's monthlong vaccination push, there's been a slowdown in the number of people getting jabbed. Fewer Americans are getting vaccinated. Countries still about 6% away from buying July 4th goal of 70% of Americans with at least one shot and the Delta variant strains first discovered in India has doubled in the US up to an estimated 6% of cases and we are nearing a grim milestone approaching 600,000 deaths. The U. S still averaging over 300 deaths every single day, ABC Serene Shaw. Remembrance ceremony this evening in Orlando, Florida honoring the 49 victims of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub five years ago. Tonight many of the dead and wounded members of the Latino and L G B T Q. Plus communities. The U. S. Senate unanimously passed legislation this week to make Pulse nightclub a national memorial. Now it's on President Biden's desk. What is expected to be signed into law, ABC. Selwyn Lopez JOBLESS Americans in some states losing their extra $300 a week, starting now four states Alaska Iowa, Missouri and Mississippi pulling out of the program. You're listening to ABC News. Mm hmm. Taking a look at KGO traffic will start in ST Helena Silverado Trail Coton after Zinfandel Lane. We have a two vehicle injury crash here blocking the southbound lane. Emergency crews are unseen traffic slow from Taplin Road, Woodside. A car struck a deer to 80 northbound after Woodside Road, CHP and an ambulance on that scene. It isn't blocking any lanes, though. And for the East Shore Freeway this afternoon, 80 westbound is slow between golden Gate Fields and the maze. Eastbound 80 slow from the maze to university for the Bay Bridge. The metering lights are on its slow between Grand Avenue and the metering lights and part of a sofa is blocking one of the middle lanes After the toll plaza. It's slow across the upper deck from the inclined Tonight Street with KGO traffic. I'm Maggie Jones Com chaotic scene in downtown Austin,.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Women of color, So for her this march is about trans people of colour taking back their power will do for our community what it is that you claim to want to do or say you're doing for years. And we'll do it ourselves stands lives matter has always had, and many seem to agree with her. They held signs that read. We want Queer Liberation, not rainbow capitalism and stop whitewashing Pride in Roxbury. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news Radio. WBZ radio has reached out to Boston pride for comment, but have not yet heard back. This evening in Orlando, Florida a ceremony will honor the 49 victims of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub five years ago. Tonight many of the dead and wounded members of the Latino and LGBTQ communities here's more from ABC. Selwyn Lopez in Orlando. The U. S. Senate unanimously passed legislation this week to make Pulse nightclub a national memorial. Now it's on President Biden's desk what is expected to be signed into law after community backlash. Even threats of protests, a library and dairy New Hampshire cancels a Children's story time that was supposed to be hosted by a local drag queen Michael McMahon planned the drag story our event at the Tailor library and was excited to host it as Clara, his drag persona. After being inundated with hateful messages and threats online. The library canceled the event. Now the town is stepping up, officials say they're finding a bigger and better venue for the event. The town council chair is called for an end to bigotry as dairy recognizes Pride month for the first time in the town's history. Police in Falmouth, asking for help following an attempted abduction details on that coming up in two minutes. It's 3 33, and we go to traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and here is David said Ronnie David, Thanks on Madison back downtown to a crash on star Westbound you locked up from after Mass after that crash just before the BU bridge that's causing some curiosity. Delays inbound on star Load of 93 stop and go from assembly square down into the tunnel Ever down ramp. False star are the Tobins find both ways. So the airport tunnels back up north for 95 northbound, still stopping about four miles from before two. A.m. militant past, Boston wrote in Westford. That earlier crash there has cleared Then you're getting on your on the brakes again from Marston Street up past 2 13 in the thorns. 28 north. Um, still on and off the brakes. Route, 38 would not pass Walnut Street and Linfield 1 28 cell phone your heavy main street in Wakefield down to north of and then earlier crash at the exit for the Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington that has cleared you might see some residual delays there. 93 northbound still little slow getting up to 1 28 after Mont Ville AB Route one North busy pass route 60 in Revere, David said Ronnie Weis's traffic on the threes in the four day forecast. It's going to be partly to mostly cloudy tonight. Low 55 in some suburbs 60 for the city. Sunny to partly cloudy. Tomorrow, a warmer day with a high.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At a party in Colorado leaves seven people dead, including the gunman and Lester. Officers shooting Kill a man. Authorities say Randa car into the police department and appeared to point a rifle. Tomorrow, arenas, stadiums in ballparks increased to 25% capacity, amusement and water parks reopened at 50% capacity. Ransomware attack that forced a temporary shutdown of one of the largest pipelines in the country is carried out by a criminal gang known as Dark Side, not, according to The Associated Press. Cultivate a Robin hood image of stealing from corporations and giving a cut to charity, ABC Selwyn Lopez reports that the ransomware attack is one of several cyber attacks to hit the U. S in the last several months last December solar winds which provides a software to the government in Fortune 500 companies, taking a hit after a massive software breach. Reportedly exposing government agency emails to hackers. And in February, investigators say someone wanting to tamper with the Florida water supply took control of the computer systems at a water treatment facility. And that pipeline is still shut down. Experts say that prices at the pump could start going up within a matter of days if they're not able to resume operations. As demand for covert vaccines drops around the country. The rollout keeps rolling here in Massachusetts WBZ Sherry Small has the latest information from the health Department. More than four million people have received at least one dose of a covert 19 vaccine in Massachusetts, breaking that down. That number includes the more than 220,000 who have received the Johnson and Johnson one shot vaccine. The remainder of those four million are halfway there. They still have one more shot to go of either the Moderna or Visor. Vaccine. Massachusetts remains one of the top states in the nation when it comes to getting people vaccinated, and it's pretty good about getting those vaccine doses out of the freezers and into people's arms of the more than 7.9 million vaccine doses that have been shipped to Massachusetts so far as of late Saturday, 84.3% of those doses had been administered, according to a report from the State Department of Public Health. Sherry Small WBZ Boston's news radio. Para green Falcon named Left Wing is being live stream to top Rhode Island's tallest building. So far, three of her four eggs have hatched WBZ Suzanne Sauce Bill spoke with Lauren Parmalee of the Audubon Society of Rhode Island. They're wild birds, and they're protected by law, so we can't disturb them. I was hoping they'd take me up to the top of the Superman building in Providence to see the chicks in person. But silly. May they only go up there once a year, when the chicks are about three weeks old. You wear hard hats. You wear glasses because those paragraphs falcons are very protective of their young and they have very sharp talents. You go up there you get the babies. You put bands on him. You put him back in the nest and you get out of there as fast as you can. If you're lucky and 35 to 45 days, you'll be able to see the chicks fly off the building for the first time where we go when we go today, you know, there's always this tension so much tension. When they're close to that first flight. In the meantime, you could watch the parents bring them food, and it's usually other birds like pigeons. Suzanne Saws Ville WBZ, Boston's news radio. Remnants of a Chinese built rocket launched just days ago have now crashed into the Indian Ocean. It had the astronomical world eyeing the sky is we didn't know exactly where or win it would land. More details from ABC is Christine Sloan. China's space agency says debris from its rocket booster landed in the Indian Ocean. Most of the 23 ton object burned up as it re entered the Earth's atmosphere, and it came down in the senior the Maldives Sunday morning. U. S Space Command confirmed that the long March five be re entered over the Arabian Peninsula. Later, noting that the exact location of the impact was unknown. It's unclear if any debris landed on the Maldives as of yet, as Republicans and Democrats negotiate on a police reform bill, one House Democrat is suggesting he may be open to cutting out one of the Democratic Party's main agendas. Ending qualified immunity qualified immunity shields police officers from personal liability for their actions. As a public official on CNN's state of the Union. Democratic representative Jim Clyburn said he may be open to putting aside efforts to get rid of qualified immunity for police in order to get a bill passed. He said he does not want to see a good bill thrown out because Congress can't agree on a quote perfect bill. He said he'd be open to passing a compromise reform measure and then revisiting qualified immunity. At another time. Marco Malard ABC NEWS There is a five month study of qualified immunity underway on Beacon Hill. It's 5 20 Loop podcast, updated every morning and every afternoon of everyday major developments on a number of story. Fresh batch of the biggest news stories of the day story we've been covering all week takes just five minutes to get in the loop. My go to source for what's going on. WBZ knew Radio.
US Pipeline Company Halts Some Operations After Cyberattack
"Informed about the ransomware cyber attack that shut down a major oil and gas pipeline between Houston and New York City area, a major supplier of the East Coast. ABC, Selwyn Lopez. It's unclear how long the pipelines will be off the grid. The Georgia based company transports its 2.5 million barrels a day off gasoline, diesel fuel and other products. Experts warning A prolonged delay could eventually impact consumers, with daily covert
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Storm brings winds, fire danger and flash flooding from Plains to the Gulf Coast
"Flash flooding even some tornadoes hitting parts of the southwest over the weekend. ABC Selwyn Lopez has more storm traveling up the East Coast after wreaking havoc in Tennessee. Record rainfall tormenting parts of the state Nashville Under a flash flood emergency cars completely submerged. At least four killed, Nashville received more than seven inches of rain and 48 hours. It's second highest to day total ever.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Top stories today. Super Bowl 55 6 30 tonight Down in Tampa. Buccaneers and the Chiefs. Covert pandemic has reduced the live attendants to about 22,000. So it takes a lot of faith to buy tickets during the regular football season. In case your team makes it all the way to the Super Bowl. That's what Chiefs fan Joey Lowry did. He bought his tickets in November for a lot less than what some tickets have been going for. On tickets selling sites like StubHub Ticketmaster, the cheese would have gone I mean, Super experience in Tampa. I probably would have done it, but seeing how much the tickets also bumped up to, uh, I don't. I don't know. It's that's a 50 50 there kick off tonight at 6 30. The Chiefs will be without linebacker coach Britt Reid. At the stadium in Tampa. He was involved in a traffic accident Thursday night that injured two young Children, one of them critically, and his A. B. C's, will read reports. This is not his first encounter with law. Reed has had legal problems in the past. In 2007, he pleaded guilty to flashing a gun and a motorist and was sentenced to 8 to 23 months in prison. In 2000 and eight he pleaded guilty to D U I and drug charges after crashing into a shopping cart in a parking lot. Britt Reid is the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Isn't polling showing most Americans largely support President Biden's $1.9 Trillion covert relief plan, but is a B C's Alex Parrish a tells US GOP lawmakers not happy with the president's legislative tactics. But Republicans in the Senate are frustrated. The president and Democrats are pushing it through along party lines. The fact is, Democrats don't need any GOP votes, but President Biden says he's open to compromise on some things like which Americans get a stimulus check based On income, but he's not budging on the amount of those checks $1400 and those checks expected to be made available sometime next month if that package is approved. More violence this weekend at a jail in ST Louis inmates took over part of the fourth floor in the Justice Center for hours yesterday morning, smashing windows setting fires. Scrawling messages directed it. Onlookers below There's ABC. Selwyn Lopez. This is it. Silas.
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Popular shows, including NCS Seal Team and More. The L. A County Health Department recently urged a production pause, though the film industry Is considered essential here and any shutdown, Sir. Voluntary Jason Heathens and ABC knows Hollywood. California is one of at least three states to identify cases of the UK covert variant that's said to be more transmissible. First was discovered in Colorado. More from ABC is Kaylee Hartung in Colorado officials revealing more details about the country's first confirmed case and now a possible second one. They're both their members of Colorado's National Guard deployed to a small rural town to help the Good Samaritan Society nursing home amid a covert outbreak. Officials now investigating how the National Guard members were infected. Neither has a recent history of international travel. Colorado officials using genetic sequencing to discover the variant. But this type of screening is not as widespread in the US from Boston to New York churches ringing their bells to honor those American lives lost like Louisiana Congressman elect Luke let low dying from Cove it at just 41 years old. Married father of two and in California, The surge continues to rage. 75 U. S military personnel being fitted for their PPE is they deployed four Southern California hospitals in dire need across the country. North Carolina in a staffing crisis, too, and in Chicago, Debra Symon tell is struggling to process her daughter Sarah's death. Normally healthy, 18 year old tested positive with mild covert symptoms the weekend before Christmas. She died one week later. Nowhere it should ever have to watch their child go through that. No. There was optimism that a covert 19 vaccine could help bring the pandemic under control. But distribution is moving slower than expected. The federal government has failed to develop a clear plan for how state and local authorities should distribute the cove in 19 vaccine and get shots into American's arms. That's according to Dr Shi shot dean of the Brown University School of Public Health. It just hasn't been much planning. There has been much investment and we're starting to see departments of health that are really stretched. Having to try to figure out how to get all these vaccines into people says the lack of planning is delaying the vaccination process similar to how coronavirus testing was delayed earlier this year, police officials, the ABC News Washington. The U. S isn't just coping with vaccine delays. There have been cases of misappropriation, sabotage and flat out inoculation. Refusal more from ABC Selwyn Lopez thousands of miles long lines waiting hours on New Year's Eve in Tennessee to get the cove in 19 vaccine a lot less fear.
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Update and 30 from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. It's a new year. But the same grim situation for health care workers on the front line of the Corona virus pandemic, especially in California, which has become the third state to see more than 25,000 deaths. Hospitals here in Southern California are overwhelmed outside, ambulances lined up waiting to bring in patients not just with Cove it but conditions like Attacks, accident victims and gunshot victims unable to get care quickly. L A county's Dr Cristina Galli says his system is overloaded is simply not sustainable. In the past 24 hours in L, a county alone 290 more people dead from Cove in 19 and over 15,000 new positive cases. That's a B C's Alex Stone in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, the vaccination process is ongoing, but it hits him early bumps, says ABC. Selwyn Lopez, thousands of miles long lines waiting hours on New Jersey. In Tennessee to get the cove in 19 vaccine, the long awaited vaccines finally here, But states are now struggling to get those lifesaving shots into arms in Arizona, out of the more than 300,000 vaccines the state is received on Lee 18% have been used vaccination sites in Florida overwhelmed calls for the National Guard to come in and help. Today, the Senate will discuss overriding President Trump's veto of a defense policy bill that includes a military pay raise. The override is likely after Majority leader Mitch McConnell said earlier in the week for the brave men and women of the United States. Our armed forces. Failure is simply not an option..
KOA 850 AM
"selwyn lopez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm Brian Clark. It's a new year. But the same grim situation for health care workers on the front line of the Corona virus pandemic, especially in California, which has become the third state to see more than 25,000 deaths. Hospitals here in Southern California are overwhelmed outside and Lenses lined up waiting to bring in patients not just with Colvin, but conditions like heart attacks, accident victims and gunshot victims unable to get care quickly. L A county's Dr Cristina Galli says the system is overloaded is simply not sustainable. In the past 24 hours in L, a county alone 290 more people dead from Cove in 19 and over 15,000 new positive cases. That's a B C's Alex Stone in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, the vaccination process is ongoing, but it is, um Early bumps, says ABC. Selwyn Lopez, thousands of miles long lines waiting hours on New Year's Eve in Tennessee to get the covert 19 vaccine, the long awaited vaccines finally here, But states are now struggling to get those lifesaving shots into arms in Arizona, out of the more than 300,000 vaccines the state has received on Lee 18% have been used vaccination sites in Florida overwhelmed calls for the National Guard to come in and help. Today, the Senate will discuss overriding President Trump's veto of a defense policy bill that includes a military pay raise the override ist likely after Majority leader Mitch McConnell said earlier in the week for the brave men and women of the United States. Our armed forces. Failure is.
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"Broadcasting use radio 6 10 W Y. O D and I are radio station from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. It's now 2021 over the Eastern half of the nation is New York City prepared to drop the ball for 2021, the normally packed Times Square was largely empty because of the pandemic. You just can't keep some people home on New Year's Eve in New York City, even near Times Square. People are still taking a stroll in this Kind of cold weather here. The wind is whipping up a little bit about a block and a half away. Normally, you would hear a lot of music and you would hear the crowd and performance is going on. But there's none of that. The only partying we saw was a guy walking by with a boom box and a couple just strolling down the street started dancing to it. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Times Square, New York charges spending and southeast Wisconsin in an apparent case of vaccine sabotage. Wisconsin Ah fire pharmacist arrested after police say he admitted to intentionally removing 570 vaccine doses from the freezer, then putting them back in hours later, but it was too late for 57 people who already got those doses now possibly ineffective. ABC, Selwyn Lopez. Florida health officials reported. Twentysomething man there with no recent travel history appears to have more contagious covert mutation cases previously uncovered in Colorado and California. ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles, says the nation's most popular state here, the symbolic number in the pandemic. It's a milestone that seemed unimaginable. A few months ago over 25,000 people have died here in California from Cove in 19, now the death rate rising rapidly yesterday, a record 432 reported dead in California in one day. A today 428 more California's a third state to top 25,000 deaths. New York and Texas have had more deaths from Cove in 19 like Stone, ABC News, LOS Angeles You're listening to ABC News. The I. R From the W Y o d 24 hour traffic.
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"From Pine Wood, South Carolina. Marina del Rey, the monkey gal Jer. From 80 and Fame. He joined us at the bottom of the seven o'clock hour wolf in about his Clemson Tigers. Wow. And then from eight o'clock on, man, Alex Frank just joined us. From bear cast media dot com. You seize student run Media organization. Great stuff. We had a blast this past hour. No bear cats go Notre Dame and as always, Go Box many thanks to tonight's producer Chip Pratt. Tater Happy New Year Tater and until next time, which will be Saturday night, 69. This is the chick stir Chick Ludwig saying Happy New Year in thanks to listening. The best Bangles coverage. 700 wlw. News, traffic and weather news radio 700. W L JEALOUSY Cincinnati The vaccine is being made and shipped, but getting it into arms has fallen short of expectations so far with the nine o'clock report. I'm Jack Crumley, breaking now the pace that Corona virus vaccines being distributed across the country coming up short, the CDC Says. Just under three million people have been given shots. The Trump Administration said there would be roughly 10 times that by today, ABC Selwyn Lopez that CDC headquarters in Atlanta thousands of miles long lines waiting hours on New Year's Eve in Tennessee to get the covert 19 vaccine. The long awaited vaccines finally here But states are now struggling to get those lifesaving shots into arms in Arizona, out of the more than 300,000 vaccines the state has received on Lee 18% have been used Vaccination sites in Florida overwhelmed calls for the National Guard to come in and help. The surgeon general is blaming the slow pace of vaccinations on a shortage of state funding. Dr. Jerome Adams says the government has been under funding health departments for decades, stressing it needs to get better. Meantime, criminal charges could be coming for a pharmacist in Grafton, Wisconsin. That person who has not yet been named but has been fired and arrested, is accused of purposely taking hundreds of doses of the vaccine out of refrigeration around Christmas, causing them to spoil moron coronavirus in Ohio coming up now the latest traffic.
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Texas boy's death led to detection of brain-eating amoeba in water
"Turned up in a Texas counties, water supply and Claimed the life of a young boy a disaster declaration for more than 300,000 Texans after a six year old boy died from a brain eating amoeba found in Lake Jackson's water supply that first head CT that they did on him did show The brain swelling. Zion McIntyre first complained of a headache. Weeks later he was dead. I'm Angry and upset and sad and heartbroken his death, sparking a week's long investigation. Concluding that Jews, Iet contracted the deadly amoeba often found in warm water and a neighborhood splash pad or from a water hosts. Statistically. What happened to Josiah is extremely rare there only than 34 cases of free living comedic encephalitis over nine or 10 year period. Still, parents warned to be careful about their kids swimming and bathing. It's not about drinking water. It's about avoiding activities where the water goes into the nose, like Jackson's mayor tells us he simply doesn't know when the water will be safe and is asking people they're to be patient until this is resolved. That's ABC Selwyn Lopez to public health crises in one