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Coronavirus pandemic may make it easier to get in to college, but not the Ivy League
"Impacted students expected to return to college campuses. Does it mean easier entry into Ivy League schools? A recent poll found about 22% of college students were taking a virus inspired gap year, and that's leading some college enrollment experts to conclude that it makes Ivy League schools easier to get into. However, Brian Taylor with Ivy coach disagrees. There are schools that are having trouble getting kids. Ivy League schools are not having trouble getting kids rejected. Kids by the dozen last year, just as they will next year, so the math just doesn't add up, Tiller says. Ivy League schools don't fill slots with just any applicants. Stephan Kaufman CBS NEWS
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stephan Kaufman, CBS New 6, 48 Out the door this Morning Beautiful Start Partly cloudy skies 69 degrees. You know, if you have kids, they will never let you forget this. Halloween is coming up next month, and it's a new world with covert 19 this year, and that means Halloween has a new twist. Many cities and towns were still trying to figure it out. BBC's John Bay back says Springfield may be the first to set the pace. Springfield Mayor Dom Sarno says it's unfortunate, but the pandemic will alter the way trick or treating is done in the states, third largest city this year. No door to door trick or treating. The mayor says social distancing would be difficult. There's also a list of not recommended events like those where you go cart a car instead of door to door. The mayor's dies. He'll allow drive through events and displays, though the mayor says that Springfield was highlighted by the governor of this week for its positive trends, and he wants to keep it that way. From the Springfield bureau. John Bay Back W busy. Boston's news radio was Corona virus is continuing to send shutters all around the world an explosion of cases in Israel now forcing a second lock down in that country. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Making that announcement in a televised speech and beginning on Friday, the eve of the Jewish New Year. Schools, restaurants, malls and hotels in Israel, among other businesses will be shut down again. This lock down is expected to last at least three weeks where measures may be eased, depending on the death toll. Israel has seen a spike in cases over recent weeks, forcing this move. Well. School is slowly coming back in session in many communities here in Massachusetts, and more than half a million students in the state of Florida and South Florida, Broward and Miami Dade counties begin Phase two of re opening today. Governor Rhonda Santa's says This clears the path for public schools to resume in person instruction being able to be back in with those teachers.
Health officials concerned about effects of COVID-19 pandemic on suicide rates among young people
"About the effects Corona virus could have on the suicide rate among young people. CBS's Stephan Kaufman, Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens. Numbers are increasing, and we do worry about the effect that Koba 19. They have pediatrician, Dr Nietzsche, Abraham tells parents what the danger signs are young people being more with Tron, making comments that they are feeling down or sad, even expressing that life is not worth living had a change in relation. Stephan Kaufman, CBS News Indoor
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"CBS News is Stephan Kaufman Reports. Like many other restaurants, steak and shake has been hard hit by the Corona virus, So it's turning to a revenue channel that it used when the chain first opened in 1934 car Hobbs. We've had government shutdowns about dining rooms, so it seems to make a lot of sense Steak and shake. Senior vice President Steve May says it's outside Danny with a modern twist. Get on the mobile app. Place your order, and then your food's delivered on a trade that hooks on the outside of your car, just like the old fashioned car hop service. Stephan Kaufman. CBS News The president threatens to ban TIC TAC in the US now come reports that the social media giant plans to sue the Trump administration. If the claim that ban is unconstitutional, and the company has said it will do everything to ensure that it is treated fairly. Lisa Matteo CBS News THISS something California's only 24 hour local news traffic station can extend 70 news radio. Good evening. I'm Bob Brill. Top local stories of $505. Testing problems have been worked out Virus numbers. They're spiking again. And you gotta wear a basket one South Bay City or open your wallet, Those stories and 90 seconds having weather together every 10 minutes on the five at 505 Wouldn't say anything that Jeff fakes. All right, Bob, let's get going here. Let's begin this five o'clock hour in Boyle Heights. The CHP is about to run a break as we speak on the eastbound 10 connector to the eastbound 60. This is due to a remove a stalled vehicle, so they need a little help for the tow truck. There still have a little bit of slowing on the one on one South bound at Vermont as you head towards downtown. Remember, You heard timbering. We're talking about it. We had that sig alert there a couple of hours ago. That's long gone, But again, the slowing is still remained, and you're on the brakes pretty much from Vermont all the way as you make your way towards downtown new problem in Sherman Oaks reports on the 101 eastbound before Coldwater Canyon of a large piece of plywood that's in the middle lane corvina westbound tend to be a better There's a stalled car stuck in the slow lane there, Yorba Linda, You're still on the brakes, clearing up earlier to car crash. On the 91 westbound at Imperial Highway and in loose Alamitos Health found four or five just past the 605 There was a stolen car there in the center divider. Cars air, apparently swerving to avoid hitting this car that's stuck in the middle lane. I'm sorry, the senator fighter, so just be on the lookout for that. And finally in Lynwood with one of five eastbound before Wilmington. They're still working on that two car crash that's moved over. To the right shoulder report coming up at 5 15 of Jeff Games with Mohr Traffic reports more often. Okay, next 10 70 news radio. That's the weather for you.
There's a mental health crisis in schools. Mesa hopes therapy dogs will help
"So air of former stray dog is this sign therapy work at Mountain View high school in the Phoenix suburb of mesa Sawyer visits with students who feel suicidal have panic attacks school principal great mill breath having a dog gets kids to open up more than they normally would it gives him that physical contact that they obviously are not going to get with a person who's also visits classrooms Wingrave topics are being discussed Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott
Playing mobile games on the job can stunt productivity, study says
"Line was only state university research finds that playing mobile games on the job can take a major Toland work performance researcher Steven cara Dany says some people can manage work and play while some can mainly young people raised on cell phones different type of playing a different type of conception of work hours and leader ours tears stain willingness to integrating all of these things throughout the day these research didn't find a perfect solution Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in America
"The latest stats on a killer disease lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in America four out of five lung cancers occur in people who smoke tobacco Britney Conklin with the Arizona office of the American cancer society says there's a definite link between lung cancer and tobacco use while the number of people have quit smoking cell I have the death from lung cancer also decreased the cancer society's great American smoke out will be observed on Thursday Stephan Kaufman CBS news
Employment Issues Facing Returning Veterans
"Let's face many challenges when they get home including finding a job in the civilian workforce Stephan Kaufman reports when entering the civilian workforce veterans often find a job that doesn't utilize skills they learned in the military it's called being underemployed somebody that may have joined right out of high school never had a civilian job did their stead in the military and all of a sudden they're hitting a world that they don't know about your candle with veterans work force has numerous agencies offer additional training state resources or department of labor local boards and agencies and on the non profits also Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott
Veterans Struggle to Find the Right Fit in a Tight Job Market
"On this veterans day look at veterans and jobs veterans seeking post military employment oftentimes land a position that may not utilize the skills they learned in the service that's called being underemployed factor to candle with veterans work force says it makes transitioning to civilian life that much more difficult come back out of the military into jobs that the salary range may be a little lower they have to pay for their healthcare benefits are different it's almost like they're starting from scratch he says vets with previous civilian work experience transition easier Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Levels. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news, Prescott Arizona, or it's traffic and weather next. WTMJ news time twelve oh four. Now, these are not exact quote, but they are common things I hear most every weekend at our model homes. I hear your home designs are much better than I could have ever imagined. I hear your radio ads really don't convey. How amazing these homes really are. And I hear how do you possibly come up with all these unusual ideas? Well, forgive me for patting himself on the back of bit. But if you haven't seen these miracle whole models in Richfield, and Hartford, you simply truly can't imagine. What you've been missing. This is indeed the perfect weekend to see us from one to four so please rain or shine. See our five fully decorated models this weekend, we build all over southeast. Wisconsin Kenosha fund elect start by seeing to homes across from the Hartford cinemas on highway eighty three enter east on Lee Road. That's eight. Eighty three and Lee Road every model and more for sale so questions. Call Jackie now, two six two six to eight ninety ninety one. We are miracle a Christian home builder. You heard liver transplant and thought I can't take anymore. More stress more points or bad days, but it utility health. More is a good thing. More experience and more expertise with living liver donation since we're the largest liver transplant programming Wisconsin. So spend less time waiting list with us to increase your chances of receiving in Oregon. Learn more at UW health liver transplant dot org. Forgiving the long back in shape getting back out on the lake whenever the season has everything to make this spring. Great deals like supreme power Autobody. Ten dollars off with exchange large bags of Dr five dollars off our low fleet fries. Superior crabgrass prevention, fourteen ninety nine and a helix five shirt GPS g to fish located to forty nine ninety nine after it fleet farm is built for every season fleet farm built for realize. WTMJ sports.
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"CBS is Stephan Kaufman offers a word of caution. Consumer reports looked at turbo tax tax act tax layer nation are block, and the result was none of them could be recommended for us without hesitation of some sort. The stakes were found in the area of tax laws as the magazine senior editor Toby stagger. Had not updated the air databases where people look for answers to reflect the new tax law, which is a real problem this season, another problem, a lack of proper guidance that may result in failing to receive a tax break. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news, a New Hampshire man plays second in an innovation contest after fashioning a surfboard out of hundreds of used Dunkin donuts coffee cups. Corey Nolan spent seven months collecting seven hundred cops using more than thirty plastic straws and other materials on the board. Most the cubs from family members as well. As those picked up from the road, you can press the raw materials together and finish the board with bamboo epoxy and more top honors went to a Frenchman who built a board out of one hundred fifty aluminum cans. W w j news time is nine forty three with sports coming up post-partum depression with your eye on health. I'm Dr Deanna lights one in nine new moms suffers from postpartum, depression, a new FDA approved medication may help the drug is called. So Russell it's administered in the hospital through an IV over a few days and can alleviate symptoms of postpartum depression within hours. Dr Mark Warner is an OBGYN with Beaumont health. Very exciting. Something new to help postpartum depression patients in the past reviews. Anti-depressants and counseling drawback this new treatment comes at a hefty price. Upwards of twenty thousand dollars there's going to be some patients that this is the only thing that's going to work, and they would probably take it. But I don't think it's going to be the first line treatment that we're going to use because of the cost with your eye on health from the delta dental health desk,.
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And Stephan Kaufman CBS news Prescott. Arizona city leaders say empire. Actor jussie smollet owes Chicago one hundred thirty thousand dollars to cover the cost of investigating his claims of being the victim of a racist. Homophobic attack smollet told police he was attacked in January later charged with making a false police report. But prosecutors abruptly dropped that case this last week. I'm Jim Taylor. CBS news. News. It's four zero five at the bay area's news station KCBS mostly sunny this weekend by Sunday inland. Highs should reach the mid seventies. Good morning. I'm Peter Finch. Here's what's happening. There's been another small earthquake this morning. It's the latest in a series of tiny quakes have been shaking various parts of the bay area. Since yesterday, the latest a two point seven magnitude quake that happened about an hour ago with an epicenter about five miles north of Napa. The biggest was a two point nine magnitude earthquake. So again, not that big. But that one happened five thirty four PM on Friday that one was centered in unincorporated contra Costa county, two and a half miles north of rodeo to other smaller quakes occurred in the south bay Friday, not far from alum rock, Vallejo. Police have released bodycam video of a deadly. Officer involved shooting in a Taco Bell drive-thru last month. KCBS is Megan gold spe- reports. The release of the tape is only added to the controversy surrounding the shooting in the video shot on February nineteen see an officer pointing his gun at Willie McCoy outside the window of his clothes car door. The twenty year old had fallen asleep in the Taco Bell drive-thru prompting a call to nine one one gun in his lap. Magazines magazines,.
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Attractions, CBS or Stephan Kaufman. The natural wonders of the world. And it's one hundred diversity is a national park. Arizona State University geologist Dr Steve Grand Canyon is a unique conic landscape that exposes almost cheaply news a geologic history. It also is the traditional homeland for many indigenous people Grand Canyon so more than six million visitors last year. Stephan Kaufman, CBS's Prescott Arizona. Antigovernment protesters today demonstrated Algiers and other towns demanding that president of del as as beautifully dropped plans to run for a fifth term the president who's eighty-two has been in ill health for years. Gasoline prices are inching higher again national average for a gallon of unleaded regular is to forty two. According to the AAA that's up just about a penny from yesterday. Gary Nunn, CBS news. It's one zero five at the bay area's news station. KCBS we have mostly cloudy skies and today's forecast. Good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Hodges. Here's what's happening. One of the busiest traffic interchanges in the bay area is about to undergo the equivalent of open heart surgery, and it will take commuters years to recuperate from it KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports work to replace and rebuild the MacArthur. Maze will likely create massive traffic jams. Hell trans now says it will take upwards of three years to widen and heightened MacArthur interchange ramps which connect interstate eighty five eighty and eighty Cal. Trans says the work is necessary in great part because the connectors are not high enough to accommodate more modern taller trucks, KCBS traffic anchor. Ted Ramey says the work will create karma deaden. It's a main vein. I mean, this is how people get through the bay area. You can set a clock to the backups that you see at the MacArthur maze on a daily basis. Whether it's the morning or the afternoon and at certain times, the weekends as well. And if you tax that already overstressed system, it's just gonna make the entire traffic problem in the bay area that much worse Cal trans says there will be partial or full closures of traffic lanes possibly diverting. Traffic onto local roadways in Oakland and Emeryville, the volume of traffic that served by the MacArthur. Maze on a daily basis is already massive Cal. Trans says the work will begin in twenty twenty two last ten to thirty six months at a cost as high as one hundred eighty two million dollars. Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS. The lied memorial church is not backing down as its parent organization. Tries to seize control of the legendary San Francisco congregation. KCBS is Doug sovereign says the churches declaring its independence from the United Methodist Church memorial church in the heart of the tenderloin is in a bitter feud with its parent United Methodist Church which believes that under the decades-long leadership of its retired. Pastor the Reverend see so Williams. Clyde has strayed far from traditional Methodist teachings of rules. The parent church wants legal control of glides building and assets. But now glide is asserting its independence. Filing, a countersuit board member Mary glide, great great, granddaughter of the institutions founder Lizzie glide tells KCBS that she left the property entrust to the people of San Francisco, not the Methodist church and always intended it to be a house of prayer. That is open to all we really just want glide to continue with its mission and continue to be power in the city of San Francisco that it has been serving the community. So our goal is whatever, you know, comes out of all that we can continue glide being glide in the city of San Francisco that means feeding the hungry housing the homeless helping people with aids welcoming Buddhists and Jews and wiccans to raucous music driven Sunday services. The parent church says it should control what happens at CLYDE. But it's Bishop was not available to comment on this countersuit in San Francisco. Doug, sovereign KCBS Oakland teachers are scheduled to vote today. On the tentative agreement that would formally end their week-long strike. The teachers have already gathered at Oakland's paramount theatre to start the ratification vote on the deal reached with the Oakland unified school district. The agreement calls for an eleven percent salary increase over four years with a one time. Three percent bonus students would return to class tomorrow. If the teachers ratify the deal, he can stay with KCBS for updates just ahead on KCBS. I'm Carrie Hodousek. Rescuing animals months after the campfire how the humane society is helping families reunite with their pets. And this portion of the news has been sponsored by Shane company. Well, right now at one eight let's go ahead and get you an update on traffic..
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Stephan Kaufman, CBS news lawmakers in one of the most economically depressed states in their country are proposing new educational opportunities Virginia residents may soon be able to get free tuition at the state's community and technical colleges. Republican mitch. Carmichael is state Senate president envision a coal miner someone that has worked in a factory that has been closed. Retrain state, lawmakers may set aside seven million dollars for the free tuition. West Virginia has the third highest unemployment rate of the nation behind Alaska at Washington DC. Jim chrysalis CBS do a resolution in city council encourages more Philadelphia charter schools to become polling places on election day. Mike DeNardo has the story. The resolution introduced by councilman Bobby Heenan calls on city charter schools to close or change their schedules on election days. So that they can become polling places district schools already closed for students. Heenan says many charters are inaccessible buildings in the heart of neighborhoods. It's difficult to find polling places. A lot of time set. Centrally located in certain neighborhoods Twenty-one, Philadelphia's eighty-seven charter schools served as polling places last November, including at least. Seven mastery. Charter locations, Kip Philadelphia operates six charters and CEO. Jessica Cunningham, Makoto said in a statement that in response to the resolution Cape. We'll do everything it can to ensure it school buildings can be used as polling places on upcoming election days by the Nardo KYW NewsRadio. The Greek government has decided not to sell its ancient heritage to pay its current bills. I'm Evan Haning. That's coming up in five minutes on KYW. Newsradio Videon.
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Stephan Kaufman, CBS news, Florida school, shooting, survivor and gun. Control advocate. David hog is going to Harvard parklands fiber says he plans to major in political science hogs been one of the most prominent voices seeking gun control measures after the mass killing at his high school. He's already mass more than nine hundred thousand Twitter followers. I'm jim. Taylor. CBS news. Local senators react to the government shutdown. I'm Brian Kelly. Camelot's news time is eight oh five dean devore has your forecast pretty mild for Christmas that comes up at eight ten well as we enter day to the federal government shutdown the gateway arts the old courthouse among the things shut down and closed because of that what Howard local US senators reacting we're still waiting for Missouri. Republican ROY blunt to weigh in on the situation outgoing Missouri democratic Senator Claire mccaskill tweeted Saturday criticizing President Trump for not signing. The bipartisan Bill that passed the Senate on Wednesday and chided him for only having forty seven votes. Not enough to get a house passed Bill through the Senate on Friday, Illinois, Democrat, Tammy Duckworth called the shutdown ridiculous and fellow Illinois Democrat, dick Durbin termed. It's senseless. He said, it means more than four hundred thousand employees will have to go to work without pay. Brad showed NewsRadio eleven twenty camera in other news this morning. Police investigating. Double homicide in Saint Louis. Two people found shot to death in a car just after four o'clock in the twelve hundred block of all bare near fountain park Millward on suspects. Meanwhile, one person dead after a shooting last night a man shot in the chest at about seven thirty in the thirty nine hundred block of Sherman place that's near fairground park. Avila ridge man is dead. Three other people including two children injured in a Saturday morning crash in Franklin county, the highway patrol says Preston street matter was going too fast on a curve, his vehicle crossed the center line of Saint Louis rock road and union or about eleven thirty hit another car straight matter was pronounced dead at the hospital, a sixty five year old woman and two children seven and nine years old all from village suffered minor injuries. If you live in the thal till you might be under a boil order some residents. They're being told to boil their drinking and cooking water until further notice those under this order live on Virginia from grants a prairie and prairie from Dorothy to butcher the city says the. Public works department will put a notice on their doors when that order is lifted another Dollar General store in the metro east has fallen victim to a robber. The Eastgate plaza Dollar General in east. Alton was held up by alone gunman just after ten last night. No one was hurt. No description of the suspect available just yet on December thirteenth, the Dollar General and the five hundred block of west del mar in Alton was robbed. That suspect remains at large is not known if the two cases are related, another southwest, Missouri. Lawmakers been tapped to become chairman of the house budget committee house speaker nominee Elijah har- says he's picked Republican Representative Cody Smith of Carthage as the committee's next leader. Smith will succeed Republican rep Scott Fitzpatrick, whom governor Mike Parsons appointing to become state treasurer in January kmox news time is eight oh eight the forecast from dean in two minutes,.
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Stephan Kaufman, CVS news, special recognition technologists becoming more commonplace with each passing day, but one proposed application has the American Civil Liberties union crying foul crisscrossed funded. Steve kastenbaum. Imagine. If Amazon heritage doorbell product ring with another product that Amazon bought recognition spelled with a K. The software is marketed as something that can enhance apps by identifying images on a screen quickly. But it also incorporates facial recognition technology and the American Civil Liberties union thinks that's a problem. The ACLU says a patent application from Amazon proposes that people use the combined systems to take pictures of individuals. They think are suspicious and send them to police. The ACLU warns that this could be used to create a facial Biomed. Metrics database of innocent people. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. But here's some good news for the first time in more than a month or no more evacuation orders in connection to northern California's campfire final orders were finally lifted. Just yesterday the wildfire began back on November eighth and burn more than one hundred fifty three thousand acres of Butte county before finally being contained seventeen days later, the campfire killed at least eighty six people and destroyed nearly fourteen thousand structures state officials say the cause of the campfire remains under investigation. But a federal judge has ordered a state utility company to explain any role it played in causing the fire by the end of this year. I'm Bill Michaels the crucial parts of the Nativity scene. Have gone missing in south Philly. You're not the Grinch who stole Christmas on ninth street. I'm Kimberly Adams..
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Adrian is reported in stable condition in New York City after being wounded sitting in a car apparently caught in a street gunfight two possible suspects are in custody. Wilfred the four has died at his home. Also in New York, he served with the legendary Tuskegee airmen unit of black pilots and crew during World War Two Wilfred before was one hundred years old now congressional correspondent Stephan Kaufman with a look at a matter of seasonal importance. Most generous holiday tippers and gift givers reside. In the northeast says a consumer reports survey sixty nine percent giving a service tip last holiday season, the magazines. Toby stagger response to why deeper pockets are found back east. You had a lot more urban areas that are bunched altogether the people living in those areas. Depend on services more frequently that they are likely to counter on a regular basis and feel a need to tip. The least generous holiday givers are found in the midwest, south and west Stephan Kaufman, CBS news. I'm tom. Foty CBS news. Five at the bay area's news station. KCBS some clouds tonight with the forties and fifties mostly for lows, although we will see a few thirties for the north bay. Good evening. I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening. It's been a month since the campfire wiped out the town of paradise KCBS is Jennifer Hodges reports questions surround the rebuilding of the town. And when it will happen. There is a sense of optimism in paradise. Most people are very anxious to get in. They wanna rebuild they're committed to making the town better. Jodi Jones, the mayor of paradise says, despite what many people think they do have somewhat of a base remaining. I'm so encouraged by what is left in paradise. We have a great court of old on. I mean, we have our post office. We have our hardware store our townhall. Our police department Jones says as they rebuild they will be considering some sort of notification system, you know, there used to be sirens. People have talked about should we put them back in. I don't know how far away you can hear those sirens, but they might be helpful on. So that is something we're looking at they'll also be considering possible. Changes to building codes, Jennifer Hodges KCBS support continues to be offered to firefighters who battled. The campfire KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports those in the.
Vet mocked by Pete Davidson accepts apology in surprise "SNL" appearance
"Connected together as grateful fellow Americans will never forget the sacrifices made by veterans past and present never forget those. We lost on nine eleven Ariza Pete's father. So I'll just say never forget never forget. The congressman elect from Texas in the second congressional district there, Dan Crenshaw on SNL last night with Pete Davidson, it is Veterans Day and CBS is Stephan Kaufman says you can take a ride back to World War Two with the Arizona commemorative air force bombers b seventeen fifteen in p twenty-five there among the World War Two Warbirds available for a ride. Thanks to the Arizona commemorative air force organization. Official at Campbell says the b seventeen is especially rare just eight of the legendary aircraft still flying worldwide. They're going to smell the smoke oil. They're going to feel the rumble the engines as we come to life. They can smell the interior aircraft. They see just how small the airplanes actually were. All aircraft are inspected and maintained. Stephan Kaufman, CBS
New ASU research finds that some security measures make students feel less safe in their schools
"Researchers have found some episodes of addressing security in schools may actually produce the opposite result CBS Stephan Kaufman, Arizona State University research finds that some types of school security, especially cameras, they actually make students feel less safe giving students have poor perception of school climate university. Researcher Sarah, Lindstrom, Johnson students see security measures inside the school as related to surveillance of their activities. I says safe the study found some black students made the school security cameras as a way to protect them against
Zona State University, David Ortiz and Supervisor discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Texas or US border patrol. Supervisor remains in jail. He's accused of killing at least four women injuring a fifth who manage to escape his bond set at two and a half million dollars. One David Ortiz in custody on four counts of murder along with charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful
Arizona State University, David Ortiz and Stephan Kaufman discussed on WBBM Programming
"South, Texas or US border patrol. Supervisor remains in jail accused of killing at least four women injuring a fifth to manage to escape. His bond is set at two and a half million dollars. One David Ortiz in custody in Laredo on four counts of murder along with charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful restraint
Crews fight to outflank raging Northern California wildfire
"A fire burning and Napa county has grown to seventeen hundred acres this afternoon. It's now about ten percent contained Napa county officials say the first call came in about two thirty this afternoon. More residents are now being told to evacuate. The Napa county sheriff's office says residents on the west side of various and Knoxville road from pope creek bridge to the county line and roads to Snell valley and berry estates are also being vacuum. Cal fire and Napa county fire. Chiefs are crews are on scene as well. The Cal fire information officer, Scott McLean, says crews are still spread out around northern California. The delta force service fire up there, which has water resources from taking agencies including Cal fire. The hers fire starting to wrap wrap up so those resources on that fire being moved over to the delta for the most part. We have some fires off to the east by the north fire in the Slager fire. Those fire just starting to get wrapped up to. But on the northbound, for example, that still continues to hold their resources. These accusations are in addition to an earlier order for residents in various states among Snell valley road and evacuation center has been set up at the pope valley farm center. Other fires in recent years have forced evacuations in that same area back in two thousand fourteen and twenty
No evidence Clinton server was compromised, FBI says
"Relief in this area good afternoon I'm Jeff. Brown our. Top stories in the WBZ newsroom as you drive home sure enough that's another hot day and how hot a new record high temperature ninety eight degrees at Boston's Logan airport at breaks, the old record. Of ninety six set back in nineteen fifty three a suspect arrested following a, search in Haeberle also turns out to be wanted in Boston officials say Elias subtler
Arizona residents line up to mourn Senator John McCain
"Are expected to say their final farewells to Arizona Senator. John McCain today I'm Stephan Kaufman in Phoenix today's high temperature, in Arizona's capital city is expected to reach one hundred four But that's not likely to dampen the turnout here at Wesley Bolin plaza the state capital with the remains of Senator. John McCain will lie in. State in the capitol rotunda following a series of official ceremonies the public will be permitted to view the gasket. For a period, of three hours McCain will be buried at the US naval academy in Annapolis Maryland on Sunday
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Aspirin disappoints for avoiding first heart attack, stroke
"Arizona, studies fine most people will not benefit, from taking daily Low dose aspirin or fish oil supplements to prevent a first heart attack or, stroke. The studies focused on whether aspirin would help smokers or. Those with diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure in those cases the benefits didn't, outweigh the risk of serious bleeding aspirin is recommended though for lowering the risk of a second heart attack stroke or other heart problem and people who have already,
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sunshine bright blue sky sixty three degrees here in Boston good morning to you I'm teeny, gal WBZ news top stories now a protest in the name of. Gun control culminates in Springfield later today as dozens of students. Wrap up a four day March with, demonstration right, outside the headquarters of Smith and Wesson around midday a once powerful hurricane, is drifting away from Hawaii with residents were leave the storm did not wreak more havoc. Hurricane lane soak the big island with nearly four feet of rain over. Three days and a Texas man is charged in the murder of a retired Catholic priest, from Massachusetts William Costello's body was found in a very remote area in south Texas he had, been missing since earlier this month back. Now to our top story on WBZ radio flags, are flown at half staff at the White House and throughout the state of, Arizona the nation has. Stopping to remember Senator John McCain Who passed away yesterday just days. Before his eighty, second birthday today, in Arizona CBS news correspondent Stephan Kaufman is outside. Of the McCain home. Security guards are, planted along very long. And secluded dirt road leading to the McCain compound for that reason members of the news media here hold up in the desert along local highway, the remoteness of the McCain home is also discouraged others from coming. Out this way to show the respect for the late Senator. Just north of Cottonwood Arizona Stephan Kaufman, CBS news, local politicians are reacting to the death of Senator McCain we get details, from WBZ's Doug cope Senator Elizabeth Warren says she and John McCain disagreed on many things. But she always respected his heart was focused on doing what he thought. Was best for the American people Senator Ed Markey says courage flowed through John McCain's vans, it was his life blood and our nation was the beneficiary of his strength Larry Sabato at, the university of Virginia center for politics on McCain's Contributions to the country he's been one of the. Towering figures of American politics in modern times John McCain had a long political career and. Of course a, very prominent career in the military is service plus POW before that Doug cope. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty and veterans are also showing their support and respect beyond being a respected United States Senator John McCain was a revered military hero, having, survived as. A prisoner, of war while serving in the United States navy Bonnie. Osborne liked the lawmaker also served in the. Navy McCain took a stance on things like torture and the, Geneva Convention and that. Sort of thing having lived at himself so his personal views meant a lot to. Me flags in our nation's capital as well as an. Arizona have been lowered to half staff I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ NewsRadio ten or..
"stephan kaufman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The junkyard, Stephan Kaufman CBS news Elizabeth Colorado from Colorado to Spain legal amendments have been approved ensure the remains of, Spain's former dictator General Francisco Franco will, be removed from a controversial, mausolea removing Franco's remains from the valley of the fallen a mausoleum built thirty miles north. West of Madrid Libby momentus event in Spain which still has social and political scars from the nineteen thirty six thirty nine civil. War the decision is likely to divine Spaniards and perhaps reopen old wounds, that prime, minister Address Sanchez says such a mausoleum. Would be unthinkable in other European, nations that had fascist, dictatorships like Italy and. Germany I'm Charles de LA desma Chicago alderman from office side stepping down Alterman Margalla Reno good. Friend of mayor Emanuel tells the sometimes it after twenty four years. And six elections it's. Time. To leave this will end her, family's leadership on the northwest side after fifty three years the Sixty-six-year-old Laurino is. The fifth alderman recently to leave the council mayor Emanuel. Praised her for standing up for, what she believes and calling it like she sees it, Chris quite l. NewsRadio on one, oh five, point nine FM. Alcohol is back for betters at the. Trackside Arlington, off track betting parlor there was a two week period with no liquor being sold at the off track, betting parlor after a decision by Ditka's, restaurant which shares the building, with trackside to cut back its hours at two thousand west Euclid in Arlington heights the. Daily herald reports on Thursday though the track dot its own liquor license so now It can serve and. Sell alcohol in its own first floor sports bar and second floor concessions area a spokesman for tracks ad said not having liquor, for a couple of weeks didn't really kill our business but it wasn't going to some of the customers. Jan Coleman NewsRadio one one zero, five point nine FM, WBZ news time nine. Fifty five Bloomberg.
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"Starbucks coming to Washington DC in October where you. Can order sign language leaves at Starbucks is opening its first US cafe using employee's or hard of hearing or fully death and proficient in American sign language is encouraging for Dominic Lacey whose death. Communicating through an interpreter Lacey tells what he hopes Starbucks takes into account, what it, is to have an. All inclusive of American sign language. And hope that this will be the role model across other retailers and companies Starbucks says the store will create a, distinctive retail experience for all customers Stephan, Kaufman CBS news, last night he's impossible to sign my waterboard that's the first that's the first time ever ever signed a Waterberg Cheney got as. Close up in Sasha baron Cohen Showtime series, who is America this morning the water bottle the former vice president signed or waterboarding kit has. The comedian called it is. For sale on. EBay bidding at more than thirty seven hundred. Dollars proceeds go to Amnesty. International Deborah Rodriguez CBS.
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"Up to the queen's that they're making about that Stephan Kaufman CBS news New York City police say the rapper known as Takashi sixty nine filed a report saying he was forced out of a car at an intersection, in robbed the. Rapper told police he was the passenger. In the car that was bumped by another vehicle in. Brooklyn, to men got out and then forced him into their car where they forced him to call another man. To bring some personal property which she did they took an undisclosed amount of jewelry Pam Coulter CBS, news Message,.
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"For the first time lawmakers have been given permission to speak with children held an attorney alot detention center near a port of entry at the southern border state senator tom udall speaking with children who crossed the border with parents who has since been deported a guatemala their country of origin the medical care from what we can aspertain the food from what we can determine the facilities we saw some kids playing soccer their general attitude seemed to be positive given the conditions but nothing makes up for a policy implemented by this administration that takes kids away from their parents government says among the children being temporarily sheltered there are twenty three who have been separated from their parents the first of over one hundred twenty thousand tons of low level radioactive soil be truck from outside toledo to a wing county landfill this week the eight year project will move the contaminated soil from a former military supplier to a hazardous waste landfill near will run airport while state and federal authorities say there is no health risk the army corps of engineers will require the soil to be dumped in specially licensed landfill movie shot an actual film making a comeback against digital photography all thanks to kodak and some hollywood cinematic players like analog music thing rediscovered on vinyl records analog moviemaking is enjoying a renaissance as well when you make a movie on film you know that there is a craftsmanship in an artisan ism you don't get in the alternative kodak motion picture and entertainment president steve bellamy says the revival of analog film both motion and still is growing in intensity especially on the consumer side you're going to see a lot more cameras entering the marketplace lot more laboratories and you're gonna see an access to still film that we've never seen in the last decade stephan kaufman cps.
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"Dollars stephan kaufman cbs news so you and your family hit the beach then it hits you know sunscreen and that tote bag we brought to the beach well no problem if you happen to be at one short town as we hear from kyw's david madden avalon is set up stations where people can get spf thirty sunscreen free of charge it's thanks to the richard david kahn melanoma foundation in one of their biggest supporters phillies legend mike schmidt talks of his personal skin cancer problem and avalon resident heard about it on phillies broadcast got in touch with the borough and business administrator scott wall says the partnership was quickly formed the first to sunscreen dispensers in very prominent locations one near the thirtieth street beach access and the beach tigers avalon another one at a very popular park in playground on thirty ninth street or could be more depending on how much use these stations get the foundation paid for the equipment but the boroughs responsible for keeping those dispensers full david madden kyw newsradio septa riders coming and going at the city hall station would predate to a surprise on saturday here's kyw's andrew kramer with the details these are the sounds we normally hear inside septa stations but on this day the music of legendary composer johann sebastian bach filled the underground along the deal worth part concourse thanks to cellist dale henderson the subways a music movement to bring public awareness enthusiasm excitement for classical music by performing in places where people who won't usually hear classical music get a chance to hear he says the reaction is usually positive you draw in a lot of people who are not expecting to hear something that draws them in that's that's very beautiful that's very soul soulstirring his performance as part of henderson's ongoing initiative to keep box legacy alive in center city andrew kramer kyw newsradio did you ever wonder what happens to plastic bags that aren't properly disposed of a pilot.
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"The way stephan kaufman cbs news crime tale of two cities on our man wearing a bulletproof vests and carrying a bag of swat equipment arrested and chicago's union station police there thank the equipment was stolen from the nypd in new york city chicago police say the twenty one year old suspect was arrested at a ticket counter charged with unlawful use of a weapon for wearing body armor tom foty cbs news are you more than ten twelve five at the bay area's news station kcbs cloudy and chilly overnight with a chance of showers highs sunday in the mid to upper fifties good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening thousands of people participated in the march for our lives down market street in san francisco yesterday afternoon in a scene that was played out in cities throughout the world kcbs general lane reports they first rallied in civic center against gun violence elected officials did take the stage but mostly to introduce young people the rally did include it's calls to action history on here on this path towards change this is your safety this is your life and this is your country but it also was sambre like when an eighteen year old shooting survivor talked about hearing loud noises i think about who was around me where am i can i get on the floor fast enough and then i realize it's only a car door closing living with that kind of instinctive fear all the time every day really only makes me thankful that i'm even alive this is not normal the crowd of thousands filled civic center plaza before heading on a march down market street in san francisco gentlemen kcbs the anti gun violence rally in oakland was hailed as a success by organizers yesterday kcbs reporter curtis kim says hundreds turned out so their voices could be heard the rally featured speakers and musical entertainment all with the same theme and gun violence i'm out here because i wanted to support all.
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"News traffic and weather updates weekday morning be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense of an old kobo morning news with manda factor and gregg hersholt on kobo news sears america in the morning the gloves have come off between trump and bannon kristen holmes brings us a ringside seat the senate's open for business and there is a renewed call for bipartisanship i know that colleagues on both sides of the aisle share though hope i'm jim bohannon tell us with deputy white house press secretary rajoub shah religious organisations affected by hurricane harvey will now receive the same type of assistance as other nonprofits pine clayton joe ramsey controversially changes on average for those looking to get to the capitol world party officially lit surfaces around the world there spreading and growing brighter impacting every living thing enters i'm stephan kaufman america in the morning continues after these messages not available in all states thank you for calling reason irvy's the future of frozen yogurt are you a robot people a reason irvy's froyo robots against man are froyo robot served seven different flavors of delicious frozen yogurt with up to six delicious toppings all within sixty seconds we place our robots all over the country malls leaders being parks almost anywhere people want an amazing treat it's the future of frozen yogurt and youth southeast that's right whether you're looking for a full or parttime turnkey business recent irby's froyo robots are available as a unique franchise opportunities across the united states and how a great location robot.