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Fresh "State Health Department" from WBZ Afternoon News
"In the comfort of your own back yard, 100% sore from US cattle and available on Lee at Big Why my King W. B C's traffic on the threes. Looking at the four day forecast. AccuWeather's Dean Divorce says it's going to be a comfortable player night, down between 65 70 tomorrow. Warm, Not that human and some sunshine high in the low to mid eighties on Friday, a cooler day sun and clouds a few showers arriving in the afternoon and a high in the upper seventies. On Saturday, Sun and clouds High 78 near the water low eighties inland Sunday looks warmer, more humid, with some sun highs in the upper eighties city and inland. Low eighties of the beaches. Right now, it's 90 degrees in Randolph, 89. Partly cloudy over Boston at 6 15 This's W B C news Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. Good evening. I'm Madison Rogers. Here are the five things you need to know. At 6 15 Virtual public health talk today hosted by Harvard featuring Dr Fauci. State Health Department announced 10 new Tripoli positive mosquito samples today. Boston Public School officials meeting right now proposing plans for the fall. Thie USS Constitution re opens to the public on Friday.
"state health department" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"50 the State Health Department announcing hundreds of new Corona virus cases as the number of those hospitalized with the disease is starting to increase. There are 664 new confirmed cases. And eight new deaths reported across the state. However, there are now 460 people hospitalized with covert 19/1 million Michigan voters cast absentee ballots in the state's primary election today, but there were still those who chose to vote in person on this election Tuesday. Election was marked by a surge of mail in absentee ballots due to the Corona virus pandemic will have Mork coverage of today's primary elections coming up. And Ford CEO Jim Hackett says he will retire next fall to be replaced by current chief operating officer Jim Farley. Hackett, who came to Ford in 2017 says he knew this wasn't going to be a long term job in that part of his position was to find a long term successor, he says. Last spring, he realized this year would be a good time to turn everything over to Farley. Now. Farley had a long career a Toyota and has now spent 13 years at Ford in various positions from marketing to leading Europe to recently the number two job. We know our competition today, jams on Why do Apple Toyota and others. They're well financed the voracious companies and I'm inspired by the positive momentum that we're now building packet will stay on as an advisor through next March. Jeff Gilbert W W. J. D Go 1950 For weeks, it seemed nobody was coming to the defense of Ellen. Too generous after reports of a toxic environment on the set of her talk show that's now changed, CBS News correspondent Matt Piper reports. Some celebrities are now coming to the defense of Ellen. The generous Katy Perry took to Twitter to say she's quote only ever had positive takeaways from my time with Ellen on the show. Many criticized her, though, saying those rich and well known would not have known what staff on this show been going through. Since May, the talk show host has come under fire for what staff.
Fresh update on "state health department" discussed on Glenn Beck
"Have symptoms by large anyway. Having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely. That's different than anybody. So anybody's are like you get the flu shot. You build up a defence Philip antibodies that shows you've been exposed and our bodies will fight things off, and you never know exactly how affected anybody's. They're going to be because every human beings different Now there's a ton of different antibody testing. You're gonna have to do a little more homework. Basically, you should ask your lab what antibodies test for because there's more than one and you should ask them what they used. For more information, Visit Cove in test Virginia dot com, or call any lab tests now at 7034446633 Thiss State Health Department says another 17 Oklahomans have died from covert 19 and the number of positive cases in Oklahoma has increased by 11 little test of the same when it comes to testing for the Corona virus. Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says consumers need to do their homework. There's two categories right? There's the swab, which is Do I have active these? That's not an antibody test. Okay, so if you don't have symptoms by and large anyway, having this swab is relevant to see if you were just recently contaminate, which is highly unlikely. That's different than anybody. So anybody's are like you get the flu shot. You build up a defence Philip antibodies that shows you've been exposed. Antibodies will fight things off and you never know exactly how affected anybody's. They're going to be because every human beings different Now there's a ton of different antibody testing. You're gonna have to do a little more homework. Basically, you.
15 more COVID-19 Deaths In oklahoma
"Center, The State Health Department today is reporting another 15 covert 19 deaths in Oklahoma. It makes 566 total deaths in the state. A number of positive cases increased by 861. Since yesterday there have been 39,463 positive cases
Fresh update on "state health department" discussed on Lee Matthews
"OK am K x x Y FM 96.18 to Oklahoma City Stimulus saga. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay. New Center still cool for August today are forecast is coming up still no firm agreement between Congress and the White House on a covert 19 stimulus package. With unemployment relief. Still a major sticking point Gurnal Scott reports the sides remain far apart on several negotiation points. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats ask form or because that's what it will take to help Americans if we Don't spend the money that is needed now to help beat this crisis economically and health wise. It'll cost us a lot more later, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there may not be a total consensus on this package, but in his mind the definition successes Is the product of something that will actually make a difference. Discussions with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin will continue the state Health Department reporting another 15 covert 19 deaths in Oklahoma that makes 566 total deaths in the state. Since the pandemic began. The number of positive cases has increased by 861 2 39,463 No injuries reported following a fire today. Karen Del City. The blaze broke out yesterday at the over the Rainbow Child Development Center near southeast 15th and Bryant The cause of the fire is under investigation. President Trump signing into law legislation that will devote nearly $3 billion a year to conservation projects. John Decker reports President Trump in the East Room, signing the Great American Outdoors Act bipartisan legislation, which provides repairs to park infrastructure. Nationwide. The Great American Outdoors Act provides $900 million a year in guaranteed funding for the Land and water conservation fund so that all Americans can continue to enjoy our parks. Wildlife supporters say the Great American Outdoors Act is the most significant conservation legislation enacted in nearly half a century. Opponents counter that the money isn't nearly enough. To cover the estimated $20 billion maintenance backlog on federally owned lands. The Department of Justice awarding $35 million in grants to cities and organizations in 34 states, including Oklahoma. To provide safe and stable housing to victims of human trafficking. U. S Attorney general bill Bars as human trafficking is a barbaric criminal enterprise, the department will.
"state health department" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"State Health Department shows 745 new positive Covad 19 cases in the state today, including five deaths. 141 people are hospitalized in the I. C u as has been the trend lately. People in their twenties in thirties account for the majority of positive cases. Minneapolis bar owners reacting to news from Mayor Jacob Fry, ordering them to close their indoor bar areas due to surging cases, especially in young adults. Robert Cacic is the owner of the 61 to Brew in northeast Minneapolis. He told WC CEOs Corey Happel a that the new restrictions will certainly change the dynamics of inside the establishment for us not having Our guests. Be able to walk up to the bar order. Their beers take away really changes the dynamics and changes how we We run our operation. We're going to have to increase our staff our labour to bring on servers so we could have table service and have people order from the tables. He says. Beer sales have been down 50% since the pandemic began. The new restrictions go into place this Saturday. I'm the West Metro Susie Jones News talk, a 30 W. Cco Mayor Fry says the restrictions are a response to a rising number of cases in the city that he says they have been rising more quickly than in the state as a whole. The investigation continues into a South Minneapolis shooting that left one dead and one injured. The report of shots fired came in just before 11 o'clock in the 2400 block of 18th Avenue South. It's where they found a man suffering from non life threatening injuries. But while tending to him, the officers heard additional gunfire nearby. When they went to investigate. They found victim who was suffering from grave injuries. He died at the scene. No ides of the victim or any suspect information. Steve Simpson used Ta ke 30 W. Cco Police have arrested a northern Minnesota man in the Cold case killing of a woman 34 years ago. 52 year old Michael Allen Carbo Jr is in custody on probable cause. Second degree murder. Nancy Door ity of Chisholm was last seen alive. Early on July 16th 1986 She was found dead inside her home. DNA at the scene did not match anybody in the criminal database at the time. But a company that analyzes public genealogy database is this month identified Carbo as a potential suspect in the case. W CCO NEWS.
Fresh update on "state health department" discussed on Lee Matthews
"News. Cool for August day. Our forecast is coming up one of the highest Koven 19 death totals from the State Health Department. 15 Mohr people have died, two of them in the 18 to 35 year age group. The rest were older than 50. There have been 566 total covert 19 deaths in Oklahoma Democratic leaders and Trump Administration officials will continue hammering out a Corona virus relief bill today, Negotiators say they could reach a deal on a new stimulus package by the door. Weak House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows expressed confidence after they met yesterday. No.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Just into the newsroom, Our highest death count yet 172. However, of those, the State Health Department says 78 are due to death certificate matching This brings our state death poll well past 3500 now standing at 3626 2525 new cases also reported meaning now more than 170,000 people have contracted Corona virus in Arizona since the beginning of the pandemic. Again. 172 New deaths reported this morning. 78 from death certificate matching. We'll bring you more on this breaking news coming up at 8 30 but for breaking news sent straight to your phone Text news 2411 93. Thank you. Taylor, 172 New death confirmed. You heard a lot of that had to do with a death certificate matching. We're going to get into all of that. Just after nine o'clock, We'll talk about it the rate of infection over 20% against what 21%. So we've been hovering around. We dropped for a couple of days, well below the 20% mark to 16%. Two days now in a row back up over 20. What does that mean? And what will that mean? When the governor speaks today or if he speaks today again? We're guessing it's Thursday, usually press conference they usually 3 p.m. addressing schools because there has looking for some clarification and the clarification people are looking for Is that Are they going to open on the 17th who will open on the 17th? What are the guidelines? Superintendents are still looking for the Arizona Department of Health Services guidelines and protocol for re opening now. Just after nine o'clock this morning. We're going to be speaking with the superintendent from Eve it, which is the East Valley Institute of Technology. They are going to start opening their campus, so we're going to talk with them about on campus classes. What that will look like why they decided to make this choice. I've told you about even quite a bit. That they are a campus that must be on campus because what they do is hands on training for trades, and it is just a multifaceted district about 5000 students in the district. So we will be talking with their superintendent. CAD Wilson just after nine o'clock this morning. If you want to hear about the first schools in Arizona high schools that will be opening. It should be an interesting conversation. I'm anxious to see what plans they've made. Who's helped them with their protocol. What that protocol is going to look like for the students who are returning to campus. But the governor, I think has to address that today as well. There has been little clarification as to what that means. How many school districts in Arizona will be available. Will the general population be allowed? Or is it certain exceptions and students that are going to be allowed? All of these are questions that remain unanswered, So I'm sure that will be closer and closer to being addressed. As we get closer to that date, they gave themselves a date. August 7th Toa allow school districts to get plans in place, they said. They may be able to do it earlier, but they wanted to take us much time is necessary to put the protocol together. So I think that's one thing that the governor will have to address Also testing. Are we getting the testing backlog caught up or are we still seeing that 60,000 case backlog? Is it still hampering the efforts of getting test results out faster iced. I know people very close to me that have waited over 14 days to get test results back. It's frustrating. For many people, it is frustrating. And so that's a part of what needs to be addressed just like last week, and then businesses that have an open Arthur. Is there any Momenta more movement on opening some businesses Because We know that they put out protocol for when Jim's re open. This is what that reopening protocol will look like. But when does that mean they're allowed to? Will we hear that off? The list of closures were Jim's. We knew bars were closed waterparks tubing all of that have been closed down. Will they reopen those things or any of them before the next week? Next third, the seventh, which was the update, the governor said that he would give us would be some of this wood revisited after two weeks. Good news about hospitalizations air down. We'll talk about that trend and see if that trend continues high rate of deaths today, 1 72 but over 70 of those, but you're still approaching 100 deaths recorded overnight. That is a lot of people that have died. So we're going to talk about the numbers, the percentages and where they remain. What the infection rate versus the rate of death and again the age of the people that are dying pre existing conditions, which is one of the things we don't know. We had talked with Dr Kristen. I asked her on the show a week or so ago that we had heard a number that 90% of the deaths in Maricopa County where people that had co morbidity is which means they had pre existing conditions. That either helped or it made the covert 19 worse, which caused the death and I asked the doctor if that 90% number was accurate, and she said the data points in that direction. That is a huge number of positive tests that lead to death if their preexisting conditions attached, which means younger, healthy people have a much lower rate of death than others. I wish we could get more information on what those what those pre existing conditions were so that people understand who is at the highest risk. Good news. We're hearing, of course, is that we have lowered the rate of infection in these congregate settings, especially long term care facilities, Retirement homes that was such a huge rate of infection and death..
Fresh "State Health Department" from Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"W W J 24 hour Traffic Center and Bobby Ryan W W. J NewsRadio, 9 50 There's a hint of late August or September and the errors will drop to 58. Tonight. Under a partly cloudy sky. There could be a stray shower early, but most areas will stay dry. Mostly sunny and a beautiful day tomorrow with a high of 75 Still comfortable tomorrow night with clear to partly cloudy sky lows in the upper fifties. Pleasant on Thursday with a good deal of sunshine High 77 Immaculata meteorologist Brian Thompson on W. W. J D is ready. Go down 15 already. Thank you, Brian. It is 65 degrees and mostly cloudy skies to the east there in the city of Detroit, Ann Arbor. At 60 degrees and cloudy Skies Lansing mostly clear this hour in 63 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights. You're next update at 11 58 or any time at W w j newsradio dot com Live and local news radio. 9 50 W W. J Good Evening. I'm Stephanie Davis. TOP stories We're following at 11 15. The state Health Department, announcing hundreds of new Corona virus cases as the number of those hospitalized with the disease is starting to increase. There are 664.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Include adequate access to testing, with statewide positively rate under 5% and rapid turnaround of results, preferably under 24 hours. I also recommend a downward trajectory of covert 19 cases over a 28 day period as well as adequate hospital beds and staffing and in a statement the state Health Department says it's reviewing these recommended health benchmarks as it gets ready to release its own benchmarks for schools next Friday. Look the roads now with detour Dan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic Center. Thank you. Becky. Linda looks like the earlier vehicle fire that had closed the 51st Avenue Exit ramp on the West Battle. One on one is now all off, Right ramp is re open. You're good to go. You still see the remains of it off to the right But you're good to go. We do have a new wrecked us 60 eastbound country Club number one left lane blocked on that crash and westbound. I tend bar. Wrecked their has cleared. We do have a closure back to the train fire in Tempe of the Rios, Lotto Parkway, east and westbound from priest to ask you to stick with McDowell or university or even consider, maybe using the two, OT Redman Freeway. It is open 43rd Avenue, a crash there north of Thomas's Well, this traffic report brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers. It's a great time to get a new Toyota with lowly PR financing and special cash back offers Visitor Valley, Toyota dealers Pork Valley, Toyota dealers. Today, he turned and Katie are news. Clear and warm again tonight with a low just 90 in Phoenix Thursday, could bring a record setting high of 1 16 and Friday could also be a record setting day with a high of 1 17 The record currently stands at 1 15 Both days and excessive heat warning remains in effect through Saturday.
The Chainsmokers called 'straight up irresponsible' after crowd packs in for charity concert
"Says he is appalled by a drive in concert in the Hamptons drew as many as 3000 people in 500 cars. It's audio from T M Z from that party Saturday night in South Hampton. The event was headlined by the chain smokers but also featured a deejay set by Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Who called himself D. J. D. Sol governor, Cuomo says video from the concert shows what he calls egregious social distancing violations. A state health department is now looking into it.
Michigan COVID-19: 573 new cases, nine new deaths
"Michigan now topping 75,000 confirmed Corona virus cases today. Corona virus cases the state Health Department announcing 523 new cases today to go with six new deaths. A number of hospitalized patients is creeping back up a CZ well, just under 500 statewide. Meanwhile, the percent positive is down to around 3%. The increases in cases continue to be seen in West and northern Michigan.
"state health department" Discussed on KTOK
"Now the state Health Department is having computer issues. I'm Beth Myers and the news Radio 1000 Katie Okay. News center. The State Health Department now is having computer issues with the reporting a positive code 19 cases in Oklahoma, Interim Health Commissioner Dr Lance Fry said today. The current system just wasn't built for a pandemic. We have technology challenges over the past few days. And we've been trying to navigate this pandemic with an antiquated system. Good news is we've worked through these challenges and we'll have full resolution on our dashboard and coming, he says. As the system was being updated and patched, they discovered a backlog of 820 positive cases from the past few days. He says the total number of positive coping 19 cases in Oklahoma is 27,147 a defeat today for Governor Kevin Stitt in his effort to negotiate New tribal gaming compacts. Here's Margot Murano. In the lawsuit filed by legislative leaders, the state Supreme Court ruled that the governor exceeded his authority by entering into compacts with the Comanche nation and Oto Missouri tribes because the compacts would have allowed sports betting, which hasn't been approved by the Legislature. The court says the compacts are invalid, The court says governors did can only negotiate compacts within the bounds of existing laws. The Oklahoma City school board about to hold a special virtual meeting to consider pushing back the August 10th start date for Oklahoma City public schools. Because of Kobe, 19 on the agenda. The board is also going to consider giving Superintendent Sean McDaniels the authority to change the district's back to school plan in response to the cove in 19 pandemic, and again that virtual meeting is just getting underway right now the attorney for the Tulsa Man charged with shooting two Tulsa police officers, killing one of them. Claims that some of the information being released by police has not accurate. Attorney Kevin Adams asked a judge yesterday to release body Cam video of the shootings. But the judge refused suspect David where is charged with first degree murder in the fatal shooting of Tulsa Police Sergeant Craig Johnson and he's also charged with shooting with intent to kill officer are Russia's Arctic Ocean who survived Where's preliminary hearing is set for September 2nd to Chinese hackers are accused of stealing data and targeting those who were doing research on the Corona virus. The Justice Department today revealed the indictment and said companies in many countries around the world were targeted as the hackers worked for the Chinese government. The U. S Senate today approved and meant an amendment by Oklahoma US Senator Jim Inhofe to put new safeguards into a Pentagon program that give surplus military equipment to civilian law enforcement. For years, local law enforcement has asked you more with less and now They face the liberal caused deep within the police. We need to be continuing this transparent, responsive program. Now, some in the Senate wanted to significantly scaled back the program in light of recent protests, But senators instead agreed to Inhofe's softer restrictions. To mandate de escalation, training for agencies that receive the military equipment and also to ban the transfer of weaponized vehicles and equipment in half, says D. Equipping police departments won't fix.
Arizona Has Record 1-Day Increase in Virus Cases
"Milestone the state locking nearly 150 Corona virus deaths today. That's the highest single day increased since the pandemic started, according to the State Health Department. Worldwide virus deaths have surpassed 600,000. That's according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Learning from
How HHS’s new hospital data reporting system will actually affect the U.S. Covid-19 response
"So hospitals around the country are scrambling to figure out a new data reporting requirement from the trump administration. There were told this week to send critical information about covid nineteen directly to the Department of Health and Human Services, which bypasses the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The move created confusion at hospitals and alarmed public health experts who worry about public access to this important data. We're joined now to talk about this with the NPR's Ping Pong. Thanks so much for being with US warning. Scott H here. This new reporting change has been affections wins day. Can we tell how it's going? Yes, so it's been a mixed bag I've heard from a few hospitals around the country. Some say it's been really hard. Some say it's been really confusing and other states been okay, but they're still sorting out the details of the change, but according to hhs more hospitals have been reporting this week that have in the recent past and they say that was one of the reasons. They wanted to implement this new system. Stripper Ping which changed for a hospital. Okay, well for a couple of months since the beginning of the pandemic hospitals have been reporting this daily data about the number of covid patients, they have the number of beds and ventilators. They have available to the CDC and the CDC has been gathering this data they've been. They've been putting up on their website to give updates on hospital capacity, which is you know whether hospitals have enough resources and protective gear to take care of the covid nineteen patients that are coming in, but under this new rule, hospitals are now supposed to report the state up either to their state health departments or to a different system called talent tracking, which has been set up by a private company, and which provides data directly to HHS, shall hospital still report the data just somewhere else What has some experts and officials so concerned? Yes so hospitals are still required to report the data, but they say it's been a big burden to change things up right now. Especially for those facing certain coronavirus, cases and doctors have also pointed out that the administration seems to be saying. Hospitals have to use this new reporting system to gain access to federal supply from decifit here, which is one of the only drugs known to work against covid nineteen. Top scientists at the CDC says these new reporting methods ignore valuable experience at the CDC has gathering this data? Here's Dr Daniel! POLLICK! We have a long standing working relationship with the hospitals. We have means of being able to quality checks over the incoming data. He's not sure that the information coming in from these other methods will be as good as the data CDC was collecting and public health experts have also been raising concerns basie this in the context of the administration fighting federal scientists over Corona Virus Advice, and they say this could be part of a pattern in which the administration is trying to sideline the CDC The nation's public health agency in the middle of a pandemic. And this week CDC website that the chaired that hospital data with the public went dark for dare to do. We know what happened. Yes, oh. This is the website that was getting updated three times a week, and it went down briefly, and then it came online again, but it's using old data and reporting from Alex Smith at member station K. C. You are in Missouri, says hospitals there are currently without access to critical data. They've been using for their daily and weekly reports. They hope the issues will be sorted out in the next days or even weeks, but in the meantime the Missouri Hospital Association says they'll be very much in the dark
Miami - Florida shatters US record of single-day Covid-19 cases
"News MINUTE The World Health Organization reports another record for confirmed Corona virus cases over a 24 hour period with over 230,000 worldwide. The United States again tops the list with more than 66,000 cases in Florida has hit an unwanted milestone registering the largest single day increase in Corona virus cases in anyone state since the beginning of the pandemic. State Health Department statistics released Sunday shows some 15,299 people tested positive. The numbers come at the end of a grim week, which has seen 514 Floridians die from covert 19 infections. Admiral Brett Draw, a member of the White House Corona virus, Cask Force tells ABC is this week covert hospitalizations have increased nationwide even though the death rate If you get it is going down. Your chances of surviving are much better. We do expect us to go up. More than 135,000 Americans have now died of covert 19 infections, according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University. As for reversing the trend, Jawad says, you really got to stop the bars. You've gotta decrease restaurant capacity. You've gotta physically distance. We have to have people wearing a mask in public. It's absolutely essential and you've got to use good hand hygiene, health experts say the reported fakers likely underestimate actual case. Totals by a
Florida sets new record with over 15,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours
"In Florida has hit an unwanted milestone registering the largest single day increase in Corona virus cases in anyone state since the beginning of the pandemic. State Health Department statistics released Sunday shows some 15,299 people tested positive. The numbers come at the end of a grim week, which has seen 514 Floridians die from covert 19
Kansas sees worst 2-week COVID-19 spike since pandemic began
"Has a container resurgence in Corona virus cases, and that is raising questions about whether the state made a mistake in allowing local officials to set rules for businesses and public gatherings. State Health Department figures show. Kansas experienced its worst spike in confirm new cases since the pandemic began in the two weeks. Indeed, Friday, counties have had the power to set the rules since May 26. It's in. A Democratic leader Anthony Hensley says Kansas was doing better when Kelly was in control. Republican Senate President Susan Waigel disagrees, suggesting the virus is less deadly than it, Wass.
Pennsylvania Adds 1K Cases, Biggest 1-Day Report Since May
"One day total of confirmed Corona virus cases since May, breaking 1000 although 175 test results were reported on a delay. A state Health department also reports another 30 to Corona virus related death today, bringing the state's total to 6880. As more people are tested. An increase in the raw number of positive tests is to be expected. But if the virus is being brought under control than the percentage of positive results should be coming down Pennsylvania seven day positivity rate is 5.3% according to an Associated Press analysis. It was 4.4% 2 weeks ago. President Donald Trump suggested
Philadelphia School District Rely On ‘Safety & Science’ To Guide Decisions On Returning To Classroom In Fall
"Schools chief isn't giving much consideration to President Trump's promise. The withhold funds from schools that don't bring all students back to classrooms this fall came what have used white Thenardier reports Superintendent William Height says the district gets less than 10% of its revenue from the federal government. And he says the back to school plan he expects to release next week will be based on science and safety. I told reporters. He's not going to be influenced by the president's threat to cut funding that he doesn't even control while you haven't given any guy. Pendants up today, and now you come in and say, just bring everybody back. It's just to me it's just It just validates the fact that there's a credibility issue. Their height, said the president's comments reveal a lack of understanding of the complex issues. Districts are confronting as they plan and if that was credibility that would have been guidance early on so that states on trying to each do their own thing or district on tryingto each do their own thing to get Children. Height says the district is basing its plan on advice from the city and state health departments and the CDC guidance to date. Mike DiNardo, Kois heavily NewsRadio. A
MedStar Relocating More Than 60 Residents From Lake Worth Nursing Home Near Dallas
"When they have When do we get our next heat advisory could be issued tomorrow. Maybe they wait until Friday. But Dan brood off says it is coming and it is going to be very hot over the weekend. Lower nineties this afternoon Heat index upto 104 Opper seventies tonight, about 95 for tomorrow, Friday, Upper nineties Saturday. Ah, High near 100. He didn't accept. Wanna wait on that Sunday and absolute scorcher eyes between 101 05 We could see a heat index later in the weekend. Around 112 89. Now your Heat Index 102 news, Traffic and weather All news all day news Radio. 10 80 k R l D Your News now on evacuation at a nursing home here in North Texas. Good afternoon. It's 1 31 I'm John Little. Thanks for being here. This is happening in Lake worth where dozens of nursing home residents are being evacuated at the request of the state Health Department, According to our partners at NBC, five. This is happening at the Lake Worth nursing home on Wells derived about 65 people live there. Medstar is on the scene to help with the transfer off the residents and tells NBC five that some do have covert 19 They're being moved to another facility in Tarrant County. We'll have more on this developing story. This afternoon. Now covert 19 cases are rising sharply across north Texas, and experts say it's hard to predict when those numbers will peak. There is some good news, though, according to Dr Gian Carlo, a member of the governor's covert 19 task force. The mortality rate seems to be going down, he says. The big issue is the virus is behaving unpredictably. Making it difficult to determine who's most risk. So ah, lot of unknown still on, you know the security of cases and illnesses and immortality. Great The best way to stop the spread, says Dr Carlo Maintain social distance where facemask Wash your hands all the basics. Now a spike in covert 19 hospitalizations in central Texas could mean a shut down for the state capital. The hospitalization rate for covert 19 in Austin and Travis County is racing past 70 per day, and that's the threshold of the most severe restrictions. Stage five A complete shutdown of the Austin economy. Austin Public Health Authority, Dr Marcus Scott says it's critical for people to act now to avoid too big problems Number one the hospital's overcrowding and not provide the same world class care that they always do and number two. We're desperately trying to avoid shutting down this economy. As Scott says he's meeting today with local leaders, hospital officials and epidemiologist from UT to plot their next moves. In Austin, Eric like, um, NewsRadio, 10 80 K. R. L D. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner told the City
Staff Spread Coronavirus at New York Nursing Homes, Study Says
"The idea that Cove in 19 patients returning from hospitals were the ones who caused the outbreak at nursing homes. In fact, the data from the New York State Health Department found that the overwhelming majority of hospital patients and back into nursing homes were not only medical medically stable, they were no longer contagious. And that 81% of the nursing homes receiving coded patients from hospitals in the city already had the virus at their facility. So where did the outbreak originate? According to the report. Infected staff members. It says that peak staph infections correlated with peak nursing home. Resident deaths. Nursing home staffers air now tested weekly for covert 19 As
Michigan reports largest single-day COVID-19 case count since May
"Marks four months of the first cases of the Corona virus were reported here in Michigan. The number of cases continues to grow, but so does the number of people who have recovered. Currently, there are about 6700 active cases of the Corona virus in the states. There were 398 new confirmed cases reported yesterday with three more deaths. The number of confirmed cases of the virus is nearing 66,000 while the deaths are nearing 6000. This is Michigan Medical executive, Dr Jonah held June. Everyone, including young people need to understand that they are not immune to this disease. Not only can they spread it to others who are older. May have underlying medical conditions or likely to get very ill from the disease. But young people themselves can still get very sick from covert 19 and they can even die from Kobe 19. The State Health Department reported yesterday that nearly 53,000 residents have recovered. We have
"state health department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Jetshead Juliet for a long time ago, I saw Andrew legalized, horrible King Cuomo. The check in the cinematic you'll fuck shot, But Rotel Cuomo, King Cuomo, the first Please, please. And you are sending me to CEO pro being all smart team. And like your father marry Oh, you are And oh, boy, you're going to get your fish here A Cuomo today, But I thought yes, This is good stuff. I think he promised less Friday. If I'm correct, it would be no more coffee record, Hey, said it just wouldn't be as frequent. It was, it wouldn't be the daily predictable thing he's been showing up. I think he misses us. He misses throwing themselves to the wolf. I think he misses the vanity fair of seeing himself on TV. But anyway, let's put that aside because in the beginning of his Early press conferences. He and de Blasio pointed out that a has to be testing And then for a while, he mourns. Sheldon de Blasio was on the same route you were taking. That you know you had you had to get the antibody tests the antibody tests that seems to have sort of dissipating as exactly right. But I understand because the results weren't necessarily One more mention mention Poco Poco, hidden mish got it, But that's an important aspect, but that's been dropped by the wayside. But then he talked about as the de Blasio contact tracing so that if Bryan Mongol luch had been diagnosed as positive Corona virus They would have that information the New York State Health Department and they would have shined a contact treasure to get in touch with Brian very nicely because you know it's a lot about cooperation and getting you on board and they would say to Brian You know, I know you've been diagnosed positive. Look, I know it's privileged information hip. You know nobody's going to know about this, but Our job. We're mandated because of this pandemic and the governor's executive order. That we have to try to contact anyone. You may have been in proximity with. I forget how many days it is or whatever. And if you would be kind enough Ryan, too. Let's go through a list, You know, Let's face it. Maybe having ah, Donald Trump or a Joe Biden moment from time to time and you can totally remember. But Let's try a 1,000,000,000 honey moment. Right, Let's try to the best of your ability and then they start writing it down. Who is the person you happen to know where they live? You have a contact for them. Email. Facebook social networking phone number. And then they started massing a list. And knowing how Brian is such a curmudgeon. He probably has kept fastidious stuffing himself. Yes, yes, hey, doesn't have a lot of money to get in contact with. I write down that I put in my palm pilot could see, But this is a huge This is a very critical step as we know from all around the world and and understanding how to reduce The possibility that your friend or your family member is going to get Koko again. This is not new, because that's why the board of a health partially exists to deal with socially transmitted diseases. They do the same thing. To send you a letter. You know? Hopefully it doesn't say a newer state Department of Health New York City Department of Health because people will look at you and what they do at the board of Health is They sit you down and give you a cup of coffee, No touch of the confit and a little bitty skinny. Look, I know this is privileged information, and you may be a little embarrassed. But you do know the socially transmitted disease you have could get others infected and we just need to track the people you've been with and you've had sexual contact with Now. Most times, people are forthcoming. Because they realised, particularly in the age of AIDS. HIV. Also when gonorrhea was raging syphilis, and they didn't have the miracle drug penicillin, you know, and everybody was fearing that they be like Al Capone and Alcatraz. Aziz, the simplest was heating up his reign. You cooperate, but they always at times had problems says something. None of your business. None of your B I business now, all of a sudden, Apparently there was a serious of parties in Rocklin about graduations. We know that that's occurred in other parts of the country. But I guess it was positive cases to that emerged and all of a sudden contact traces were at already ready to follow up. And this woman sort of summed up the feelings of some. Not all. Yeah, but some who contacted I don't have to speak with you. Don't call me again. I Will not tell you anything, or I was not at the party. It doesn't matter what anyone else says I was not there and I'm not going to speak. Well, wow, wayto way to be helpful to your neighbor's and well, I'm surprised you even answer the phone because remember part of the traces jobs. The first try to contact you by phone and you know a lot of people. They just don't answer that. I never answer my phone if I don't know the number, so it's kind of be a difficult job. The guy or gal. That is a Tracy because let's face it, you first outreach is you Call it second outreaches. You pretend to be a Mormon, a Jehovah Witness, not Person Store of the place of business. But I can see where you'll get cooperation from some. You're going to get an attitude like that. But what I want to help this country, so I want to help my neighbors. I want to help people not get Corona virus. I don't understand. If you know what it is, it becomes. It's become so political It has become such a partisan thing on DH. This is a great example. And maybe maybe she was thinking about the situation with the protesters and Blasio not, you know, saying you cannot ask the protesters, but this is a whole different gets a whole different area. Just help your fellow man I know, but it's also you see what pollsters they having a difficult time getting people to divulge information about themselves. Just a sign of the times such put politics aside. Some people They don't want to share information with anybody, whether it's conspiratorial because you worry, OK, whatever little information they have is going to. Eventually, in 10 years with technology. It's going to be used to track me and blah, blah, blah, blah. I just think that and I get that. I just think this is a time when we really need to concentrate because you're getting blowback in Rockland County and not the amount of cooperation that they need. They're issuing subpoenas. To the people who will not cooperate. Who will not cooperate with contact traces or anyone else from the Department of Health. He will not give them information in terms of where they even at the location. Who else you know, because you remember what you got to do is they're going to tell you to shelter and voluntarily shelter you write yourself in for 14 days doesn't mean you have it. Just to be on the shapes. I'm the person that held this party allegedly was sick with Corona virus. They knew that they had it, but they were asymptomatic. But we're going to talk about it later on in Alabama, where they purposely had Corona virus parties in sorority goddesses, and Judge Roy Moore apparently was not there that he was not in proximity to the young lady. I don't think they actually had dozens and dozens of young ladies and young guys who purposefully wanted to get coronavirus in Alabama, but we'll discuss Later on, But now, in this case, okay, the subpoenas will be served. They'll have to show up in court of virtual whatever. And I could just see what the arguments of the defence counsel is going to be a sight. Well because of the attitude in New York City, which was the hardest hit at one point had the most cases had the most deaths. But the mayor, there has basically precluded any demonstrators from giving their information if you were the demonstration. Ah, and you were diagnosis being positive Corona virus. You do not have to give up information. You can't even they couldn't ask right that. That was the thing that Florida but you understand, Let's give them the opportunity to say Yeah. Okay, I'll give you the information out of you a judge and you're hearing that and you can verify that because it's public. You're going to probably do the same thing that you did with Cuomo and the churches in the demonstrations. You know, with a federal judge said Wait a second. You don't do anything about the demonstrations. But you won't allow for gatherings to churches, Synagogues mas same thing with tracking vehicles from almost every state in our marriage now, so they don't have to shelter in for 14 days..
More states halt reopenings as COVID-19 cases surge
"A state health department reports 10 more deaths in Washington from Cove in 19 bringing the total here 2 1320 There are also 500 new confirmed cases of the virus. More than 4300 people have been hospitalized. Several states pausing or rolling back Reopening plans is the Corona virus surges across the country in Arizona, Texas and parts of California bars have in order to close once again in Florida beaches in Miami, Fort Lauderdale in Palm Beach, ordered off limits for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Faulty COVID-19 antibody tests now complicating efforts to know reach of virus
"Gun slinger who helped tame the American West, once said. Fast is fine, but accuracy is final. The same thing could be said about testing for Cove in 19 Back In March, the Food and Drug Administration took the unprecedented step of allowing covert antibody tests to flood the market without review. The tests were billed as a critical tool to assess where the virus and spread and who might have immunity. But in the government's rush to get more people tested quickly, it may have missed the mark. Over the course of a three month investigation. 60 minutes has learned. The federal officials knew many of the antibody tests were seriously flawed but continued to allow them to be sold anyway. Now, as Corona virus surges in parts of the country, that government failure is complicating efforts to know the reach of the Corona virus. Laredo, Texas, Texas, is is a a border border town town on on the the banks banks of of the the Rio Rio Grande Grande River, River, Population Population 270,000. 270,000. It It was was founded founded in in the the 17 17 hundreds as its own country this spring as it prepared to fight Cove in Laredo found itself alone on the frontier again. Everybody was looking for supplies. Everybody was having challenges. Robert Castaneda, Laredo resident owns two emergency clinics in town. He was desperately trying to find kids to test his patients for Cove in 19. It was maddening. To be honest with you. You go through your normal chain of distributors. Then you start hitting a wall with them. And they tell you that, you know we're out. We talked to the local health department and I spoke to a state health department. I even reached out to FEMA talk to FDA. All your avenues of trying to get testing supplies were exhausted. He says. He went to his congressman's office for guidance. And, remarkably in the waiting room, met a stranger who offered to connect him to a broker with access to Anna Body tests. But you must have thought sitting in that office and the guy says Tio. Hey, I might be able to help you out. This is terrific luck. Yes, sir. It was a silver lining to that meeting exactly right. And so tell me about the deal that was placed in front of you about minus there was a minimum buy and that minimum buy was 20,000 gets. So that off the bat was half a $1,000,000 to bring them into the city. Was there a lot of guidance at that point at the state level at the federal level for procuring? No, actually, there was none. In March. Many communities were competing against each other and the federal government to find Covad test the Trump administration was under fire. Anybody that needs a basket to text week? They're there. They have to test and the test is beautiful. That was not true because of missteps a month earlier at both the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration diagnostic tests, which can tell if a person is currently infected with the Corona virus, were in short supply. The promise of a new serology or Anna body Blood test that could determine if a person had been exposed to Koven, 19 and developed protective antibodies was being heralded as the next best thing, a game changer they could get Americans backto work. On March 16th In an attempt to get those tests to the public. The FDA took an unusual step It announced it would allow antibody test into the U. S market without FDA review or formal clearance. Almost immediately. More than 100 companies offering antibody test flooded the market. They came from every corner of the world, and none of them were FT. Tested back in Laredo. Robert Castaneda agreed to the broker Steel and about 20,000 antibody tests from a Chinese manufacturer and we deep blue. He agreed to share them with the city of Laredo, where Corona virus cases were spiking. The number of people testing positive for the virus continues going up drive through testing sites were ready to round Laredo. Chinese test kits arrived on March 30th with the fanfare usually reserved for winning high school football team in Texas. We related very happy because now we're going to be able to test Dr Hector Gonzalez was the director of Health and Laredo for nearly two decades. The city wanted to start testing frontline responders as soon as possible. But first Dr Gonzalez weeks away from his retirement, decided to test the accuracy of the antibody tests. It was about to be 95%. All the tests, especially serology, is have to be 95% or better. The doctor Gonzalez found the test results varied wildly. The test didn't work well. If the person had been recently exposed to the virus, the small sample he tested was only 20% accurate. At any point. You're doing these tests and you're getting back. These lousy numbers. The test don't work. Do you look at each other and go? Are we crazy? Surely this thing had to work better than this. Yes, we did. We do this right? I went back through our steps. And we were confident that we did things correctly. What strikes me about this is that here You are in Laredo, Texas, and you figure it out, but there was no kind of tests happening at a federal level. Ocean. There have been absolutely but FDA had never checked him and we deep
3 die in New Mexico from drinking hand sanitizer
"Three people in New Mexico are dead after apparently drinking hand sanitizer containing methanol three other people are in critical condition and one person is permanently blind the state health department says the cases were related to alcoholism authorities say people with substance abuse issues have been known to use hand sanitizer as a substitute for
Leaders demand Florida governor apologize for linking 'Hispanic farmworkers' to COVID-19 rise
"Democratic lawmakers and civil rights leaders in Florida demanding an apology from governor Ron de Santis separate tribute at the state's rising coronavirus cases to Hispanic farm workers and day laborers governor Disentis recently said the biggest outbreak area in the state was in the agricultural community state representative hobby err Fernandez called the statement embarrassing and appalling the sunshine state now has more than a hundred thousand confirmed cases of cold at nineteen and more than three thousand deaths meanwhile the state's health department is looking to send more resources to Florida's agricultural communities including the ability to get tested for corona
New Coronavirus Cases In Oklahoma Break Days Old Record
"Another record breaking number of new coronavirus cases the latest figures from the state health department show a total of ten thousand five hundred fifteen confirmed cases as of yesterday that's an increase of four hundred seventy eight over Saturday marking a four point eight percent jump three hundred sixty nine deaths have been reported
"state health department" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The New York state health department has suspended the license of the Brooklyn funeral home where dozens of decomposing bodies were found in on refrigerated trucks earlier this week health commissioner Dr Howard Zucker called the actions of the Andrew T. Cleckley funeral home and flatlands appalling disrespectful to the families of the deceased and completely unacceptable he said he understands the burden of funeral homes are facing during this unprecedented time but that the funeral home in question will be held accountable for its actions a day after governor Cuomo announced a nightly deep clean of the subways to begin next week we spoke to M. T. H. R. men Pat Foye fully explained how essential workers to take the subway during those hours will be able to find alternate transportation we've got detailed data as to where those ten to eleven thousand customers where they get on the system where where they get off how many are traveling at one AM how many are traveling at up at three AM that primary bus service will be supplemented with with livery cabs with with yellow and green taxis and with for hire vehicles as necessary the overnight shutdown begins next Wednesday between the hours of one AM and five AM he also says the NYPD will continue to work with the MTA in assisting homeless people who have been taking shelter on the subway during the pandemic which needs time to six fifty for the first time in four hundred and seventeen days a White House press secretary held a briefing Kayleigh McEnany had the message I will never lie to you you have my word on that as to the timing of the briefings on we do plan to do them I will announce timing of that forthcoming but we do plan to continue these she was named the latest White House press secretary this month replacing Stephanie Grisham who never held a formal press briefing Meghan and he was previously a frequent trump surrogate on cable news a spokeswoman for the trump campaign Wednesday's time six fifty one traffic.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The state health department has some new guidance out for schools to help prevent your kids from getting and spreading corona virus we'll have more on that in moments but first Arizona folks Bernie Sanders in Phoenix democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will rally in the valley tonight just two days after a disappointing finish in super Tuesday primaries we are talking about a political revolution and he hopes to regain momentum after losing ten of the fourteen state primaries to Joe Biden on super Tuesday KTA Arjun crosses live at veterans memorial Coliseum in Phoenix with the preview yeah Martha saying no long lines the lines of Sanders supporters but Coliseum crews at work putting the finishing touches on this for the event tonight also a lot of security during go through their checks valley political experts stand Martz says Arizona's primary in a dozen days now even more critical for Sanders campaign Joe Biden has been endorsed by Arizona senator Kiersten cinema and congressman Greg Stanton there is on a we we like to think were important and this time we might actually be important in the presidential sweepstakes at least for the democratic nomination every delegate counts now the rally starts tonight at six thirty doors will open up at four thirty we will carry this rally live here on KTAR live at veterans memorial Coliseum jump cross KTAR news sayings Jim now Sanders visit comes just ten days before the next democratic presidential debate in Phoenix which you can hear live here on KTAR and less than two weeks from Arizona's presidential preference election meanwhile the state GOP reports two hundred eight percent more money raised online in February over January with average gift of thirty nine dollars the executive director credits president trump's visit to Phoenix last month and more Arizonans fearing a socialist Democrat to become president all right deterred and he's all puffed up he called it comes those West Side freeway ride times he's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center where your your head was too big to get to the door well in all fairness you know I can probably say that every morning about seven twenty five AM right every time here's the latest of the freeways did gang up on as in boy they get sick in a hurry southbound I. seventeen just went from twenty seven minutes to thirty five minutes in right time just like that from Peoria all the way down to the I. ten split the eastbound one oh one was a cool thirty four minutes from seventy Fifth Avenue to Franklin right Boulevard just like that another dozen minutes on it it's up to forty six minutes in right time fourteen minutes stop on fifty one bell road to the ten mini stack and I. ten eastbound it's just slowing go forever Bullard all the way into the fifty one freeway expect the slowing go show me the traffic report brought.
"state health department" Discussed on KOMO
"With the state health department is not something you want to play with you don't want to take it out and try to wash it off you don't want to pick it up with your hand if it was in a bowl you wanna make sure that that ball get thoroughly cleaned and sanitized Turkey day food safety is also often an issue so enter Berg says you want to sanitize any area where you've kept the Turkey before its cooked and then cook it until the media's part is at least one hundred sixty five degrees and she says you don't have to take the plates out from under people's noses Brandenburg says get those leftovers refrigerated as quickly as possible Ryan Harris como do some of them hit the road yet be ready to join a lot of your neighbors and even tomorrow and Friday today was expected to be the busiest part of the holiday get away but washed out it's Lisa van size says plenty of us don't hit the road until thanksgiving day so she says the best time to head out is bright and early dark thirty but both floors seven o'clock okay is when we see the latest traffic weather that's on interstate five or interstate ninety or even at the at the Canadian border that is your best bet the toughest possibly through the passes especially east bound I ninety as well as I five between Tacoma and Olympia remember Friday could be tricky to with the apple Cup on our side of the mountains this year state lawmaker who distributed a pamphlet called biblical basis for war could soon learn his fate a report on the activities of representative Matt Shays do this weekend Spokane valley Republican has been under investigation since alleged links to white supremacists surfaced and chat logs showed he was involved in a discussion that promoted violence against political enemies she is also the man who appeared in videos with Christian militia groups advocating biblical warfare with team rocket here Marvel Washington the gotten country celebration so everybody out there in Peachtree lands what is team rocket would you guys doing fifteen rugged is basically a school of learning how for young men.
"state health department" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"With the state health department this latest death was in Berrien county that is just southwest of Kalamazoo a more details coming up airports across the country have been trying to make it easier for travelers to charge their devices while they're on the go especially for those with long layovers or delays but some of those charging stations could put your data at risk it's a warning coming from the district attorney's office out in Los Angeles county telling travelers from all around the country including here in Detroit avoid using public a USB charging stations at airports that's because they may contain dangerous mall where in the USB charger scam often called Jews jacking criminals load mall where on to charging stations are cables they leave plug in at these stations so that they can infect phones and other devices of unsuspecting users the mall where may lock the device or export data and passwords directly to the scammer now authorities recommend using only AC power outlets or portable Chargers instead Dan Jenkins WWJ newsradio nine fifty court clerks from Michigan criticizing a proposal to allow phones and other electronic devices in courthouses Oakland county clerk Lisa brown says her number one concern is security if somebody is taking documents a company and then you know posting them somewhere some of those documents may change because to a non public status and they're sharing information we just had a document come in last week that person put a social security number on there if we're giving a copy of that document we're redacting that she says she understands the push to allow phone she says more more people money was over or lift to get to the courthouse and would not be able to do so unless their phone is allowed WWJ news time six twenty two it's time for the Fellman report sometimes when you take a frustration out on social media it does bring about a solution I am Marie Feldman with the Feldman report on WWJ newsradio nine fifty as more people use social media and more businesses understand the power of the sweet or the post more of them are following what you say American Express says over a third of those polled admit to reaching out on social media because of a problem with the service or a product eight out of ten say they received a response or a resolution who says millennials are struggling many are doing very well in fact a study from Coldwell banker says there are six hundred and eighteen thousand millennial millionaires in the country almost half of them live in California other millennial millionaire states of New York Florida Massachusetts and Texas the study also found the.
"state health department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"State health department to monitor the medical exemption process to make sure it's not being abused number one. There is a winter storm warning in effect through tonight for the Sierra. And the cascade range as the late storm is forecast to move through California bringing snow down as low as four thousand feet. The national weather service says a mountain travel at hand. Traffic and weather together for you every ten minutes throughout morning drive here on NewsRadio K K, and we'll start with Brian. And if you have to do some out in travel right now you need chains. Eighty you put them on king veil to Donner lake fiftieth twin bridges to Meyers. This report is brought to you by indeed dot com dot com. Things much better closer to home eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cap cities, fifteen minutes on the cap city freeway and you're downtown. Almost back to the limit from elk grove on. I five hundred miles slowing along the way that's a fourteen minute ride. Just seventeen minutes on highway ninety nine still some lingering slowing back to forty seven fifty westbound from Poulsen's at twenty one minute drive. Most all the slowing is between watt and how from woodland on. I five twenty four minutes gets all the slowing. There is between eighty and the garden highway. If you're coming in from Davis, no delays view, sixteen minutes to downtown Sacramento. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more than D dot com slash higher. Next update at eight thirty. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio K B K. We've got cloudy skies out there today right now. And we've got rain on the way a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. It's snowing right now in the mountains, we've got precipitation to the east of us. We've got precipitation to the west of his it's going to hit us eventually continuing through tonight and into tomorrow morning and chance of precipitation rain and snow in the mountains continues through Thursday afternoon by Friday, it should start to slack off a little bit Saturday. Looks like a nice day. High temperature forecast Saturday, seventy one degrees rolling going to get up to about sixty or so today here in the Sacramento region and our temperatures right now looking like fifty seven degrees in Rancho Cordova, fifty five degrees in Vacaville, and we've got fifty seven here it KFC K in Sacramento as well. It's eight twenty three now NewsRadio K if became. And NewsRadio K checks your money with Kelly brothers agenda vs Burford and brothers. And I know we talked.
"state health department" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"And now the state health department is announcing a second adenovirus outbreak said to be a less severe form at another children's facility in south jersey. Four adenovirus cases, four kids sick at the voorhees pediatric facility in Camden County. Sara Lee Kessler NBC News Radio New jersey. New york. Police are investigating the deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters who were found bound together. With duct tape in the Hudson river last week an early theory was that they had taken their lives by jumping off the George Washington Bridge. But neither young woman sustained injuries consistent. With such a fall, the police continue to look for clues of either suicide or homicide unsealed court documents are revealing that a federal grand jury in one thousand nine hundred ninety four was prepared to indict former GOP president, Richard Nixon on four criminal counts. Those forty-five-year-old court documents show that a federal grand jury in February of nineteen seventy four was prepared to indict president Nixon on charges of bribery conspiracy. Obstruction of Justice and obstruction of a criminal investigation. Nixon was never formally charged for crimes in the Watergate scandal and was pardoned by president Ford after he resigned, protect democracy, the legal group that sued to get these documents released called the documents a roadmap saying that they are critical. Historical precedent for ensuring that the facts uncovered in special counsel, Muller's investigation become public and serve as the basis for whatever accountability is necessary. Mike Bauer NBC News Radio. So that's Florida. Gubernatorial candidate, Andrew gillum campaign staffer Omar Smith caught on a Project Veritas hidden camera things seemingly got a little racist..
"state health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"State health department says it was first notified of the outbreak two weeks ago and is investigating. It's 'cause the center says it is undertaking. All available infection control and prevention measures to stop the spread of the illness. Dean Scelo, the once powerful Republican majority leader of the New York state Senate is set to be sentenced for bribery and other charges today for a second time WNYC's Gwyn HOGAN reports back in twenty fifteen when skeletal and his son were convicted on federal bribery and extortion charges dean was sentenced to five years in prison. His son Adam got six and a half. But the skeletons got their guilty verdict overturned last year, the two were put back on trial this summer, and once again, prosecutors convinced a jury skeletons used his government position to co worse companies into paying his son for no show jobs all told the father son duo was convicted of making more than three hundred thousand dollars in various schemes. The top charge carries up to twenty years in prison. The team that wanted to build a large ferris wheel on Staten Island has officially called off the project WNYC's, Rachel holiday. Smith has more when it was announced six years ago. The New York wheel project was supposed to bring the world's largest ferris wheel to Staten Island, the six hundred and thirty foot tall tourist attraction was touted as a way to revitalize the island's north shore. But ultimately, the idea couldn't well get off the ground. The wheels developers announced they're abandoning the plan after failing to come up with enough money for the megaproject construction stopped more than a year ago, and in what may have been. A final blow mayor de Blasio turn the developers down for a city backed bailout last month it's unclear what will happen to the Saint George development site where nothing but the wheels large pedestal feet were ever constructed sunny and breezy today with a high around fifty five degrees. Forty seven now in New York City tonight, mostly clear with a low around forty degrees. This is WNYC. Support for NPR comes from Amazon prime video with the Romanovs a new series from the creator of madman. Starring Diane lane, Noah wyle, Christina Hendricks and Andrew Reynolds. A new episode every Friday on prime video. I'm.
"state health department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The state health department warns you to beware of a blood sucking bug. And a California woman gets another day to negotiate whether she'll testify about what she alleges was an attack by supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh when they were teenagers Moore and that next from CBS news in WBZ, PM sports. The White Sox out the cubs tend to four you a guaranteed rate field cubs shortstop Addison Russell is placed on administrative leave amid new domestic violence allegations. And Tiger Woods co leads the tour championship and the WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Early this morning, mostly cloudy. And cooler with a low of fifty one later today cool with intervals of clouds and sunshine, a high of sixty seven it's fifty five degrees at O'Hare WBZ news time to thirty one CBS news update two thirty this afternoon that is when Christine glossy Ford, tell the Senate Judiciary committee, if she'll testify before the panel next week, Republican chairman Senator Chuck Grassley made his announcement just before midnight last night, saying she should decide. So we can move on bread on President Trump's nominee to the supreme court has flatly denied that he assaulted Ford in the nineteen eighties saying he is eager to testify as soon as Monday to clear his name see wants, the senators who many of whom may or may not understand what a sexual assault victim goes through to show their true colors. CBS news legal analyst Rikki claiming he's going to come out. We assume and just say this never happened. I know what she's talking about. So he can't give any specifics that she has to. Rebut Mr. Grassley says they must know Ford's agreed to their terms for testifying though. It's not clear what those terms are CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time to thirty two a garage fire in northwest. Suburban wonder lake may be connected to a crime spree. WBZ M's, rob heart reports wonder lake firefighters were called to the home in the seventy four hundred block of hickory trail late last night, the fire gutted the garage and caused damage to the home a couple in their nineties was home at the time. They were not hurt deputy fire chief, Mike Weber tells the northwest herald, the fire is considered suspicious because of a crime spree that had taken place earlier in the evening. Seven to ten cars were broken into. And another car was stolen Weber says, he's not sure if the incidents are connected, but it's still under investigation, rob heart NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM plans are on hold for a mobile home development for older adults in south Elgin, WBZ M's. Pat Cassidy reports the proposal is for two hundred ninety six mobile homes for people fifty five and older Ogden stock road. Yeltsin courier news reports. The south Elgin. Planning and zoning commission questioned. More traffic information from developer PNB, three thousand one Commissioner Leon Metz also said it was unfair for mobile home residents do use city services, but not pay property taxes under Illinois law mobile homeowners pay sales tax on the by the unit but only pay property taxes, if they add a garage, patio or other amenity, Pat Cassidy news right on one point nine FM. Even though autumn's first full day is tomorrow. The state's health department one warns you to not let your guard down about coming into contact with ticks WBF's. Bernie to foyer reports the department of public health says a cake Akiro's recently tested, positive for heartland virus, a rare disease likely spread by the Lone Star tick more than thirty cases of the disease have been reported in the mid west and southern US almost all of those victims had to be hospitalized. The state says a few people have even died suggestions for avoiding ticks where pants along. Sleeve shirts. Apply repellent with beat and walk in the center of trails. So bushes grasses and weeds don't brush up against you, Bernie to foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. WBZ news time to thirty four an independent review says university of Maryland athletic trainers, did not follow protocols after the collapse of a football player during practice who later died of heatstroke, Jordan McNair was a nineteen year old sophomore offensive lineman for the turps when he collapsed during a hot practice session may twenty ninth. He died on June thirteenth to rod Waller's. Former college trainer and sports medicine consultant led the investigation launched by the school after McNair is deaf in his report. Walter said there was a failure to identify McNair symptoms and aggressively treat them, meanwhile, Terrapins head coach DJ Durkin remains on leave while an external investigation into the culture of the football program is being conducted Bill Rakoff CBS news members of congress are calling on Google to address concerns that YouTube might violate children's privacy. Democrat David cellini of Rhode Island and Republican Jeff Fordham berry of Nebraska sent a letter this week to Google CEO Sundar Pichai asking for more details about how the service collects data. This comes after a complaint recently was filed with the Federal Trade Commission, alleging that YouTube violates the children's online privacy Protection Act. The death toll continues to rise in a ferry accident in southeastern African nation of Tanzania where rescuers have pulled more than one hundred bodies out of the water. Hundreds of people watch the desperate rescue attempt from the Lake Victoria shoreline in Tanzania, the ferry was massively overcrowded when it capsized and had one hundred passenger capacity, but was carrying more than four hundred when the ferry tried to dog people were rushed to one side and the vessel overturned. The ferry was also loaded with heavy cargo, including cement bags, although just around fifty yards from land few passengers could swim. Larry Miller, CBS news, traffic, and weather is coming up w. News time to thirty six. High.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The state health department says the opioid numbers appear to be down ktar's mark carlson tells us the numbers are both good and bad for the state department of health services says that appears suspected opioid overdoses in arizona fell in the fall assistant state health director sheila show lander tells ktar despite the positive numbers opioids are still killing arizona's we have over a thousand cases of suspected opioid gas reported to us at this time this would be since june fifteenth stay healthy partment says twenty nine percent of fatal overdoses involve prescription opioids and no other drugs mark carlson ktar news a us border patrol agent going to trial for second degree murder prosecutors say in twenty twelve lonnie swertz opened fire on a sixteen year old mexican boy near nogales mexico autopsy showed jose antonio alena rodriguez got hit ten times mostly from behind schwartz's attorney said rodriguez as was throwing rocks to distract schwartz from a drug smuggling attempt the trial starts tuesday in us district court in tucson kathy klein ktar news the investigation into sunday's deadly incident involving an uber self driving vehicle and pedestrian is unique one tempe police sergeant ronald cocktails ktar bruce st james and pamela hughes their message to the public is make sure that you're using a crosswalk there therefore reason we want to keep our citizens safe there well lit areas so you're going to be much safer using that crosswalk crossing mid block he says the woman was not in the crosswalk when she was hit well time to take a look at your afternoon traffic here's detour dan now in the ktar traffic center becky lynn we've actually added a few more problems to are listed i'd say we're deep enough right now hov lane blocked eastbound two zero two red mountain freeway at scottsdale road there's another wreck reported in the hov lane eastbound two zero two red mountain freeway eastern country club near center street southbound i seventeen at bethany home road just south up there's still a crash off.
"state health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The level on on the go women around the country marched today and madison macgill here's what's trending at the hour hundreds of women and supporters made their way to the state house as afternoon if you're a woman you thought about running for congress or another elected office you've got the support of hundreds of women who came out saturday afternoon at the nba on a state house for the women's march but it wasn't just about women being elected to office who was also about women's rights you might remember a very similar happening last year chris davis ninetythree wibc mobile news is there a simple fixed to the government shutdown indiana us senator tatyana let's go ahead and fund the government come together in a bipartisan way and um get all these things done and and continue to do what most speakers care about is make sure that the economy is is growing in a asked raid and build on all the successes we had on tax reform and regulatory reform and some other areas last year numbers are increasing in regards to flu related deaths twenty nine people have died of fluor flu related illness in the last week says the state health department the absence of alcohol sales on sunday could change indianapolis state senator jim merit we're trying to tackle these issues one of time and i will support the somebody sales of alcohol next week on the senate floor indiana takes its yearly count of the homeless on wednesday federal law requires states to take an annual snapshot of how many people are in the shelters or the streets the count will determine how much federal grant money indiana receives a madison miguel on the level on the go on twitter at ninety 93 wibc and wibc.
"state health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the level launder co women around the country marched today and madison miguel here's what's trending at the hour hundreds of women and supporters made their way to the state house as afternoon if you're a woman whom you thought about running for congress or another elected office you've got the support of hundreds of women who came out saturday afternoon at the nba on a state house for the women's march but it wasn't just about women being elected to office who was also about women's rights you might remember a very similar happening last year chris davis 93 wibc mobile news is there a simple fixed to the government shutdown indiana us senator tatyana let's go ahead and fund the government come together in a bipartisan way and get all these things done and and continue to do what most tutored care about is make sure that the economy is is growing in a fast rate and build on all the successes we had on tax reform and regulatory reform in some other areas last year numbers are increasing in regards to flu related deaths twenty nine people have died of fluor flu related illness in the last week says the state health department the absence of alcohol sales on sunday could change indianapolis state senator jim merit were trying to tackle these issues one time and i will support the be sales of alcohol next week on the senate floor andy anna takes its yearly count of the homeless on wednesday federal law requires states to take an annual snapshot of how many people are in the shelters or the streets the count will determine how much federal grant money indiana receives a madison macgill on the level on the go on twitter at ninety three wibc in wibc dot com now your forecast from the american standard heating weather center after a little bit of sunshine here this morning the clouds will be on the increase throughout the course of the day and venture by this afternoon we are mostly cloudy but here's the good news while are mostly cloudy we are mild with a high temperature getting up to forty three degrees i'm rtd six meter out name jerry reynolds but you just calming the car pro now there's another way to reach jerry reynolds the car pro besides telling him they.