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COVID-19 antibody treatment clinical trial paused over potential safety concern
"Its testing of a possible antibody treatment for covert 19 because of a potential safety concern. It's a different antibody treatment than the one taken by the president. This latest setback coming just a day after Johnson and Johnson paused its vaccine trial when a volunteer became sick. It's not known if the illness is related to the vaccine. Johnson and Johnson, now the second major vaccine maker, to pause its trial after AstraZeneca, the need for effective treatments and vaccines more urgent than ever this field hospital in Milwaukee now ready to take up to 550 patients, Wisconsin, one of 35 states, where hospitalizations are climbing. 64 year old Ken Homes battled the virus virus for for three three weeks weeks in in the the hospital. hospital. You're You're afraid afraid to to fall fall asleep asleep and and it it is is because because you you don't don't know know if if you're you're going going to to wake wake up. up. Can Can telling us how grateful he waas to go home. Doctors and nurses are just heroes. They're angels saved your life. Without a doubt, It's not clear in the vaccine or antibody trial that have been paused whether these volunteers received placebo or the real thing, but an independent monitoring board will now take a look at what happened and determine whether it's related to the vaccine or antibodies. Doctors say These developments are common in clinical trials, ABC Stephanie Ramos ABC
Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high
"President trump is back on the campaign trail telling supporters. He feels better than ever and that he's recovered from coronavirus. Had IT. Who is had it here? WHO's had? A lot of people a lot of people. You're the people I wanNA say hello to because you're right now immune. Year right now of you or they say that you know a tens of thousands of Americans are still being diagnosed new cases top forty, one, thousand, a day and infections are on the rise in more than thirty states. Oklahoma City reported there are no ICU beds available yesterday the city extending its mask mandate until the end of the year other hotspots Utah where a field hospital is on standby for six counties including Salt Lake City and Wisconsin where hospitalizations have nearly tripled in the past month ABC Stephanie Ramos is in Wisconsin and Milwaukee Stephanie you're on the ground their cases were already going up what's causing this surge in record number of deaths there. Michelle what I'm hearing from doctors here in Milwaukee is that there's this perfect storm of factors resulting arise in Kobe cases here certainly will resume now is no longer college in university spread as really the focus it's clearly community spread. It's pretty much all parts of Wisconsin at this community spread, and then there's the colder weather that's pushing people indoors where transmission rate is higher, but there's a cycle to this virus but bars in. Some parts of the state were just crammed people state Senator Mark Miller saw the images of people taking advantage of the end of Wisconsin Safe Red home extension people listen restrictions, Kobe rates spike, and then restrictions are put back in place else officials say masks can slow the spread of Cova even though the numbers are soaring while the current mass order is in place largely some say because too many people aren't wearing them so. What we're seeing now is kind of what doctors here expected they're worried, and this is why a field hospital has been set up here in Milwaukee. Because of the spike in hospitalizations they need, they need an extra place to tend to these covert patients that's opening up today or different now than. Before the. We've left on our Gar one doctor. Put it. This way Wisconsin is in a state of crisis right now, it's not just up to the institutions, but it's up to the individual and we know that wearing a mask. So distancing that's where it's at right now because there is not a vaccine comes also as major companies working on potential vaccines and treatments have pressed the pause button Johnson and Johnson temporarily halted a late stage study due to an unexplained illness in one volunteer, and now ally Lily announcing its positive phase three trial for its antibody treatment. How come. Well there's a potential for for safety concern that's why they've pause to this antibody trial treatment So it's it's a setback especially since as you mentioned, Johnson. Johnson. Paul's thereby axiom file when a ball in tear became sick. And Astra, Zeneca doing the same Madonna and Pfizer are still on track and we have to keep in mind even though it may be discouraging to hear that Another drugmaker or vaccine maker has put their trials on hold. We have to remember that doctor say these kinds of developments are common when it comes to clinical trials.
Johnson & Johnson pauses Covid-19 vaccine trial after 'unexplained illness'
"Been a setback in the race to find a covert 19 vaccine as we hear. From ABC, Stephanie Ramos, Johnson and Johnson, pausing a stage three trials after one of the participants developed an unexplained illness. Johnson Johnson, not the first late stage vaccine trial to be put on hold. Last month, AstraZeneca's vaccine trials were paused in the U. S. After a volunteer became ill, according to the World Health Organization. There are 42 vaccines in human trials and 151 in development. Four of those are currently in stage three trials for use in the U. S. This as the land set confirms the first case of reinfection, a 25 year old in Nevada. Man with no underlying conditions is quite possible that you could get it again and that that infection could be as serious or more serious than the first infection as several states set records for their highest daily corona virus cases. Dr Anthony Douchey, delivering a dire warning. We're in a bad place. Now we've got to turn this around here In Wisconsin, the number of hospitalized covert 19 patients nearly tripled in a month. We obviously hoped that they wouldn't come, but unfortunately, Wisconsin is in a much different And more dire place today in our healthcare systems are being overwhelmed Governor Tony ever activating a field hospital at the state Fair Grounds near Milwaukee. This 350 bed facility built in April has not been needed. Until now, researchers finding there may be nearly 75,000 more deaths related to pandemic than initially thought. And when compared to 18 similar countries, a new study finding more than up to half of covert 19 deaths could have been prevented if more action were taken. Cassie Martinez and her mother were both hospitalized for covert 19 in San Diego. Cassie died two weeks later. Her mother remains in the I C U and has yet to be told about her daughter's death. I know it's gonna be a great You know a great deal for her, and we don't know how she's gonna react. As for a covert vaccine, it's unclear when Johnson and Johnson will resume trials, But one researcher says the pause is a good thing. It gives the vaccine maker and a safety board time to review those findings. ABC Stephanie Ramos
FDA's new vaccine guidance that pushes approval past election
"For Corona relief in the form of a vaccine, Stephanie Ramos reports. The White House supports new guidelines, which would slow approval, The FDA told vaccine makers they want volunteers monitored for at least two months after receiving the last dose. The New York Times reporting the White House was blocking those stricter guidelines. But the White House says that guidance was never blocked, which means No vaccine by Election Day.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stephanie Ramos with Mohr on what's being seen as a case of racial profiling, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Fire Trooper Jacob Thompson try to pull over Lewis for a broken tail light when Lewis, who was block allegedly refused to stop leading the true brought a chase. Thomson's report says he hit Lewis's car, forcing it into a ditch in his incident report. Thompson claims he shot Louis because he thought Louis was going to run him over theatre knee for Louis. His family says the Department of Justice approved a request for a civil rights probe and in Michigan, a white nationalist group known as Proud Boys. Gets into a violent clash with counter protesters in Kalamazoo. Pastor Nathan Dennison of the First Congregational Church says he helped organize what was supposed to be a peaceful counter protest and things just escalated. One of the proud boys had With him some glass bottles that they were using to smash people in the face. Of course, they carry flags. They use those to beat people up. It was pretty horrific. Police eventually stopped in and made arrests. President Trump says he would consider pardoning former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. Trumpet, previously called for students execution, CBS News National security consultant Jeff McCausland president I see this is to his electoral benefits by galvanizing certain segments of the population. You agree with the arguments He has presented that the previous administration, the Obama administration, used the FBI and other Intel aspects of United States to unfairly investigate and conduct surveillance against members of his campaign. Snowden moved to Russia after his 2013 leaks rattled the intelligence community. At the U. S. Postal Service turmoil threatening to disenfranchise many voters during the upcoming November election. President Trump's newly appointed postmaster General Lewis to Joy Imposing cost cutting measures ahead of a massive surge in mail in voting that is expected because of the pandemic. Here's ABC Rachel Scott, the Postal Service now warning 46 states in Washington, D. C that their deadlines are incompatible with delivery standards and ballots might not be delivered in time to be counted. And while the president continues to push unfounded claims that mail in voting is linked to voter fraud, his rival Joe Biden, pointing out the president just requested his mail in ballot for the Florida Mary on Tuesday, Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, accusing the president of trying to suppress the vote, writing in a statement he needs to cheat toe win. Pelosi has hinted that you will call the House back into session to look into the changes being made by the Postmaster General and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is called. For his resignation. The United States has seen a spike in Corona virus deaths in the last couple of weeks. The nationwide death toll now close to 170,000. CBS is Michael George, crowded. Sturgis Motorcycle Rally rolls on in South Dakota, with thousands packing the streets there. Some college students are back at school. That's a problem. Villanova University north of Philadelphia, warned students it would send them home if they ignore safety guidelines. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is watching at least two covert clusters in its student housing. I mean, they're still parties going on, they're so people not wearing now the number of infections nationwide has been going down, but also so has testing. Just one week after New Zealand celebrated 100 days without a single locally transmitted case of covert 19. Health authorities. Report 13 no cases today. Minister of Health Chris Hip kins, issuing a stern warning for New Zealanders who have been speculating about the recent influx of cases on social media. It is entirely normal to be inquisitive. To ask questions and to want to know what's going on. But what we've seen over the last 24 hours his taking things to a new in concerning leave. One of the cases was a child who arrived in New Zealand earlier this month from Afghanistan, But the others appear to have been locally transmitted.
Student suspended after posting photo of crowded hallway
"As 15 year old Hannah Waters High School in Georgia resume for the first time since spring. This week, the girl's snap the photo of pack students unable to social distance in the hallways and found herself suspended. ABC. Stephanie Ramos has more. The teen who was suspended for posting images of her crowded high school hallway with a majority of students mask lists, says she was concerned for everyone's safety. I thought more kids would be married, wearing masks, and I thought social distancing would be attempted in the school, but it wasn't following the public's reaction. Hanna School North Paulding High School confirms they rescinded the suspension. Anna and one other North North Paulding students suspended further viral photo is planned to return to school
Suspect found dead after fatal shooting at federal judge's home in New Jersey
"In the attack on the family of federal Judge Esther Solace in North Brunswick, New Jersey Governor Cuomo confirms that investigators who found the body of suspected shooter Roy Den Hollander. Also found pictures of New York State chief judge Janitor Fury in his car as well as her name and address on correspondent Stephanie Ramos says investigators are looking at another killing as well. Authorities in Crestline, California say there may be links between the attack here at Judge solves his home and the murder of a prominent men's rights activist who was gunned down at his front door step by a man also dressed like a fed ex driver earlier this month. Local officials tell us that That investigation is being led by the same FBI office that's overseeing the case here in New Jersey and New York. Governor Cuomo says he's as state police to take over security for Judge Di Fiori,
CDC director says agency won't rewrite guidelines for reopening schools
"The president is threatening to pull federal funding from school districts that don't offer in person classes this fall. The report from ABC, Stephanie Ramos were very much going to put pressure on Governors and everybody else to open the school's president, Trump tweeting. He disagrees with the CDC on their very tough and expensive guidelines for opening schools, the president said today. We just don't want the guidance to be too tough, though CDC guidelines call for safety measures like masks six feet of spacing between desks, open windows, avoiding the cafeteria and playground equipment if possible. But mixed messages from the White House Corona virus a task force. I want to make it very clear. That was not the intent of CD sees guidelines. Is to be used as a rationale to keep schools closed in Florida. There's heated debate after the state ordered schools to reopen in August. I don't think it's responsible to go back to school at a Tampa school board meeting students, teachers and parents like this, e R doctor are worried, thinking really hard to make a decision. So I can't make that decision as a physician treating covert patients whose come from that space. I'm not sure how their parents can. New Jersey teacher Adam Roth wants back in the classroom. If it's safe, we can have Not much greater impact on our student population if we are with them, just in a state of the country's largest public school system in New York City, unveiling its plan to re opened with a mix of online learning with 2 to 3 days in the classroom, leaving it up to parents, the governor blasting the president, arguing he has no authority over the decision to reopen schools. Vivants has. Don't listen to the CDC. I disagree with them. Really? You know, Mr President, better than your have health experts had to protect the health of students. The president hasn't spelled out how he would cut off funding he would need Congress to cut off the little he controls. Most schools are funded by the state and local levels, but the vice president has suggested the White House could tie Of reopening of schools to Corona virus funding down the line. That's a B C. Stephanie Ramos reporting.
Number Of Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Cases Grows To 93 In New York State
"Parents are increasingly anxious as more kids battle covered nineteen ABC's Stephanie Ramos reports on the fight involving kids on both coasts including here in Washington the rare and dangerous illness possibly linked to cope at nineteen infecting more children at least five deaths now under investigation the number of cases more than doubling in New York City thirty children now falling ill with pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome eighty five cases across the state I'm deeply concerned as a father I am feeling the concern I know other parents are feeling at least six states reporting cases including Washington where thirteen year old Anthony Lawson nearly died after he just was getting worse thank you please listen on quite right Anthony's family thought he was suffering from allergies but in a matter of days he became critically ill take them to the hospital to get them checked out is it it's really could be the difference between life and death Anthony tested negative for the virus but positive for antibodies tonight doctors urging parents to be on the lookout for a persistent fever rash red eye irritations and stomach illness these symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease which causes the inflammation of blood vessels and can lead to heart problems once actually started feeling sick it was not like my eyes swollen lymph node on my right side and I got a headache and it just started going downhill from there fourteen year old Jack McMorrow just recovered from the mysterious illness his family tells us it all started with a fever and a rash he spent ten days hospitalized it was scary it was beyond scary I believe was dire I reached out to my family and let the noted that he may not
Kelly’s order limiting Kansas church services stands, justices rule hours before Easter
"Pope Francis celebrated mass at a nearly empty St Peter's basilica at no crowns because of covered nineteen in the U. S. that's what the court battles like one in Kansas which featured oral argument Saturday via video conference details from ABC's Stephanie Ramos the legal showdown between democratic governor Laura Kelly and Republican legislative leaders over whether she can limit church gatherings on Easter Sunday church gatherings in Kansas have produced at least three case clusters across the state and health officials fear Easter services could further spread the corona virus the state Supreme Court ruled the executive order will remain in
NYC Is on the Brink as Patients Flood Hospitals
"As the number of coronavirus cases stores in New York so too does the state's need for serious medical equipment ABC's Stephanie Ramos as more from Manhattan or federal resources helping alleviate the strain on local hospitals Cuomo touring FEMA's new field hospital in Manhattan one thousand new beds available when it opens Monday but the governor warns it might not be enough as he asks the president to build for more facilities the virus hitting New York city's first responders the NYPD reporting its second death with more than five hundred members of the force sick with code nineteen there were thirteen deaths in a single hospital in New York City
U.S. Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads
"Begin with the fast moving developments in the corona virus outbreak. A short time ago two more deaths announced and the State Department issuing an extraordinary travel warning. This is the virus continues its march across the country. Take a look. The first confirmed case in Washington State January twentieth. Tonight there are confirmed cases in at least thirty three states and Washington. Dc Two more states added just today more than five hundred people sick and now including this patient arriving at a hospital in Nebraska. The death toll rising to at least twenty one. The two newest deaths were residents at that Nursing Care Center in Washington State and tonight that cruise ship forces circle off. The coast of California is now set to dock and Oakland tomorrow as the US State Department warns Americans Against Boarding Cruise ships here in New York News about that lawyer. In critical condition his wife breaking her silence and as the virus spreads across the country. Some local leaders are sending an SOS to the trump administration. We have several reports tonight. We begin with. Abc's Stephanie Ramos. Outside that hospital were that New York lawyer is being treated tonight. Chilling images of officials in has matt suits rushing a woman infected with the corona virus to a Nebraska Hospital in a special biocontainment unit the corona virus death toll rising to at least twenty one nationwide after two more residents died at the nursing home. That is now at the center of the outbreak in Washington state. Sixteen Life Care. Center residents have died and three nursing homes in the state now dealing with the virus. We have found this to be troubling and volatile unpredictable Oregon now joining eight other states declaring states of Emergencies New York reporting at least one hundred five cases including an uber driver. At least eighty two cases confirmed just north of New York City. Many of them linked to this man Lawrence Garbo's the fifty year old lawyer is in critical condition tonight. Garbage wife saying in a statement. I and my family remained very hopeful of his full recovery. He is a tenacious person. In all aspects of its life and I know he will come out of this strong states under pressure to deal with the growing crisis turning to the federal government for help but getting inconsistent messages from the president and his team on testing and protocol. Don't tell us things that are not true. The CDC has been slow in allowing states and other commercial laboratories to test eight. Republican governor also expressing concern. Has the president been perfect? And his communication I would say he hasn't communicated the way I would And and the way I might like him too But I think I think the rest of the team has been doing a pretty good job today. The president tweeting we have a perfectly coordinated and fine tuned plan at the White House for our attack on the corona virus. But when George asked a member of the President's own Task Force Dr Ben Carson. To explain the federal government's responsibility he appeared to add to the confusion. I think it's time for people to really indulge themselves and learning about how viruses are spread and to take advantage of that knowledge in determining what their daily activities are going to be I. I'm confused by the message. You're sending right now Dr Carson. I I have to say you seem you. Putting all the responsibility back on individuals saying that they should be thinking for themselves. I'm trying to ask you. What in the view of the government experts right now. What broader measures need to be taken those recommendations will be coming out from the CDC. They're being evaluated on a daily basis right now The recommendation is as I just prescribed. Go about your normal daily activities if you are healthy all right Stephanie. Ramos joins US now. Live and Stephanie. We heard about the recent deaths and outbreaks inside of nursing homes in Washington state. Tonight here in New York. The governor taking drastic action to protect people in nursing homes. That's exactly right Tom. New York state now has restricted access to nursing homes governor. Cuomo adding outside visitors will not be allowed inside nursing homes in the new Rochelle area. That's where the lawyer
American Airlines and Delta cancelling all flights to Milan
"American Airlines and delta have cancelled all flights to Milan as cases of the covert nineteen virus in Italy spike other European countries taking action as corona virus appears to be spreading even more ABC's Stephanie Ramos reporting from Newark's liberty International Airport Saint Louis in Paris shuttered the museum staff fearing visitors might expose them that countries seeing a nearly eighty percent increase in patients with the virus with one hundred and thirty people testing positive
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Stephanie Ramos at Newark liberty International Airport American Airlines and Delta canceling all flights to Milan as cases in Italy spike this after the trump administration implemented the highest travel advisory to regions of Italy and South Korea the administration also in L. two screens overseas but president trump adding in a tweet they will also be screened when they arrived in America you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK after rising from obscurity former south bend Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg edge calling it quits dropping out of the democratic presidential primary race just hours before super Tuesday and California's big primary he was scheduled to be in San Diego Monday night meanwhile senator Bernie Sanders surgeon here in the state and San Francisco is leading the way the latest poll show Sanders with thirty four percent double to his closest rival midnight came and went and for the first time since the civil war the National Weather Service says there was no measurable rainfall in San Francisco for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily died he'd stay on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Phil Farrar seeing a bit of traffic on business eighty west founder fifty westbound as you're approaching eighty just a little bit of a slow approach to it meanwhile eighty westbound very heavy from read Avenue and you can expect a slow crawl out of Sacramento along the yolo causeway and leading to the Davis area right around Giles road called in Jacob news ninety three point one KFBK it'll be a fair amount of clouds through the rest of the afternoon will be breezy with a high between sixty one and sixty five breezy and cool tonight with mainly clear sky will drop down to between forty two and forty six.
Epstein's accusers still seek justice after his death
"And we begin with the growing mystery over the death of a q. sex trafficker jeffrey epstein who died by suicide tonight. We have learned that joe. Guards were supposed to check on him every thirty minutes <music> but that didn't happen the night he died. Epsteins body was carried away in the van. You see right here heading for the medical examiner's office the f._b._i. The department of justice have already launched investigations into a death what was supposed to be a high security jail and tonight those security lapses are fueling the outrage epsteins accusers who already fear they will not see justice a._b._c. Stephanie ramos outside that jail in lower manhattan tonight investigators are pouring over evidence surveillance footage to figure out the major breakdown that allow jeffrey epstein apparent suicide in his jail cell a._b._c. News has learned guards. Were supposed to check on the alleged sex trafficker. Every thirty minutes sources to say that protocol was not followed in the hours before he was discovered really is a an a an insane system on so many levels attorney bruce cat represents epsteins former cellmate who roomed with f. seen less than three weeks ago when he was found unresponsive with marks on his neck what the guards do and what they're supposed to do are almost always two different things so one has to wonder how it is that this man had just tried to take his own life by hanging himself a few weeks ago was in a position to successfully hang himself just six days after that first incident epstein was taken off suicide watch saturday every morning at six thirty nine. The multimillionaire was found hanging inside of his so there are just a lot of people that are yes angry and livid. Michelle licata oughta says epstein sexually assaulted her when she was just sixteen. She and other accusers are outraged. He will not face a criminal trial. I really wanted justice. I really wanted him to take up for what he did and to be put in jail or prison <hes> have to sit there and think about what it is he exactly exactly did to so many people tonight authorities or pledging to continue the investigation epstein's death comes less than twenty four hours after two thousand pages pages of new documents were made public your screaming on the inside and you don't know how to love it. Come out. All you do is obey. Virginia roberts goo phrase twenty fifteen defamation suit was unsealed against gasoline maxwell a longtime obscene associate in deposition testimony goof ray says that maxwell recruited her to be a teenage sex slave. We've to epstein give jeffrey what he wants. A lot of this training came from england herself. Maxwell has not been charged with any crimes. She has consistently sisterly denied the allegations tonight. Accusers are calling for those who enabled f seen to be held accountable. The people who really have to be concerned are the ones who worked with jeffrey epstein are the ones who may have helped facilitate what he was doing all right. Stephanie ramos joins us now live from outside that jail epstein took his life and stephanie on that last point. We just heard from dan.
Iranian troops capture British-flagged ship
"There are new developments in the rising tensions with Iran tonight a ron releasing dramatic new video take a look at this showing masked commandos from the Revolutionary Guard rappelling from a helicopter onto a British tanker that they have now seized that seizure prompting emergency meetings of the British government today the U._S. monitoring it all very closely. Here's A._B._C.'s Stephanie Ramos Tonight. Dramatic new video shows the moments Iranian commandos seized British flanked oil tinker with twenty three crew members on board in the Strait of her Moose masked. I troops seen rappelling from a helicopter onto the tanker while patrol boats swarmed the scene tonight. Iranian officials say the British tanker violated international maritime laws and hit a fishing boat Friday failing to respond to that cruise calls halls today the British government calling these actions by Iran dangerous and illegal. We spent a long time this afternoon discussing how we can guarantee the security hope British special shipping. This incident comes just two days after the U._S.. CLAIMED MD one of its warships down in Iranian drone in this same area Iran denies that releasing this video that it claims is from the drone that the U._S. supposedly destroyed the time stamp. However is after the hour the U._S.? Says the drone went down. We shut it down. Tensions between Iran and the U._S.. have been escalating since last year when president trump withdrew the U._s. from the nuclear deal and imposed. Economic sanctions on Iran in June. The trump administration deployed additional troops to the Middle East because of Iran's threats and Iran then down to U._S.. Military drone we've seen no indications at the Iranians are prepared to fundamentally change the direction section of their nation all right Stephanie Ramos joins us now live from Washington Stephanie. Do we know how the crew of that ship is doing and any indication. If Iran will release the ship while Tom the owners of that British tanker released a statement saying the crew is still on the ship in good in health and that they're requesting a trip to visit them. The crew could be held until Iranians say they've completed their investigation into that collision with that Fishing Boat Tom Stephanie Ramos with all the latest developments tonight Stephanie. Thank you
Judge blocks some funds Trump sought for U.S.-Mexico border wall
"Immigration advocates are celebrating a federal judges decision to block President Trump from building a border wall using funds diverted from the defense department despite the president's declaration of a national emergency, but it could be temporary. More from ABC's Stephanie Ramos, the president declared a national emergency back in February attempting to divert money from the department of defense to build the wall along the us Mexico border, but a California federal judge is, basically saying, not so fast in his order, the judge writes congress is absolute control over federal expenditures is not a bug in our constitutional system. It is a feature of that system and essential one that judge basically saying, Trump cannot divert those funds without congressional
Biden calls for unity, slams Trump in 2020 campaign kickoff
"To the race for the White House. It is heating up tonight. Former vice president, Joe Biden, unfamiliar turf in his native state of Pennsylvania, calling for national unity at a campaign rally, and a kickoff rally saying he won't be the angry democrat in this race. ABC Stephanie Ramos reporting from Philadelphia tonight. Former vice president, Joe Biden officially kicking off his twenty twenty presidential campaign in Philadelphia in his classic aviators fighted, taking the stage before an estimated six thousand people, the single most important rep accomplish is defeat Donald Trump. In calling the president the divider in chief while making his pitch to unite the country. Right. How some of the really smart folks, say Democrats, don't want to hear about union. They say Democrats are so angry that the anger candidate can be the better chance. He or she has to win the democratic nomination. Well, I don't believe it Biden says he'll provide a path for all Americans I'd run enough our country. Democratic public is independence, a different path, not back to a path that never was, but to a future that fulfills our trooper tension as a country, his primary opponents have criticized bided for being too moderate. I think if you look at Joe's reckoning look at my record, I don't think there's much question about who's more progressive voters, weighing their options and primary, I might cherry. I like a lot of things. A lot of the different Democrats have said, I'm an independent. I believe that Joe Biden is the only one who has a chance to get two hundred seventy electoral college votes and just after the rally, I asked him about one of President Trump's key issues, legal immigration. Do you think? Great. And people were taking it should be a process for them. And Stephanie Ramos joins us now live from the side of that rally in Philadelphia but also making Pennsylvania, the home of his headquarters, he knows how important that battleground state is a state. President Trump won in two thousand sixteen. That's exactly right. Tom Pennsylvania, is a key state.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on WRVA
"Reckless driving and having inoperable breaks after he allegedly ran into three Hanover firefighters along I two ninety five the three had been out working another accident last October during tropical storm, Michael. Lieutenant Brad Clark was killed. And the other two firefighters were injured met them line. Newsradio w are a monster storm slamming the upper midwest ABC Stephanie Ramos is among the states hit hardest by the blizzard with more than two feet of new snow in some spots and nearly endless white out conditions and the closure of major highways in the storm zone is stranding big rig. Drivers unable to deliver their loads on time Chicago making good on its out as assu actor Jesse small ABC's. Kenneth Moton, the city is seeking to recoup the cost of investigating small claims that. He was the victim of a racist anti gay attack. Chicago claims it spent more than one hundred thirty thousand dollars and police overtime, but the civil suit against small that says cargo is seeking at least three times that amount. Smallish refusing to pay all charges against him were dropped last month. And congressman Donald MacKay chin is recovering after being hospitalized for a blood clot. The democrat was admitted last week for clot in his leg and remains in the hospital. Your next news at six thirty news on demand at NewsRadio w RV dot com. I mean on Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio eleven forty W R V A and now ninety six point one FM. Thanks very much. Andy it is six. Oh five here on this Friday morning. The twelfth day of April two thousand nineteen. I'm Sean read very glad you are with us here for Richmond's morning news on NewsRadio w worthy et. Al gosh. I should mention and say thank you to everybody who bought tickets yesterday to politics in part three I got off the air and the young lady who's in charge of the tickets came running in and said, oh my God. John re what did you do we sold like twenty two tickets in the first ten minutes once they started at nine o'clock. So thanks to everybody. I don't know what the number is now. Now, Jeff Katz and are in a little competition like who can solve. I don't want that to ramp up because then you know, he's very, hyper aggressive. I can't wait. Now, we're going to get the two thirteen and it's going to be at the door. I'm sorry. Is this John John or Jeff Katz ticket? Yeah. It's like Johns the VIP tickets. There's going to be an island in the middle of the room. Are you on the John side.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Abc's? Stephanie Ramos has more on some of the possible effects of a border shutdown closing the border for any amount of time could have serious economic repercussions for both countries when it closed for just five hours. Last fall. The cost was five point three million dollars in lost revenues, according to the US chamber of commerce. Vice President Mike Pence touted Senator Lindsey Graham support for the president's immigration policies as he joined Graham in South Carolina to launch his reelection campaign. Senator Lindsey Graham has been in dispensable partner with President Donald Trump. All along the way democratic presidential hopefuls were in storm lake Iowa, many were asked about someone who's not yet entered the race former vice president Joe bottom after an allegation from a former Nevada lawmaker that the vice president at the time inappropriately touched her and kissed her in two thousand fourteen Senator Elizabeth Warren said, I believe Lucy Florence and Joe Biden needs to give an answer spokesperson. For Biden says he does not remember the incident woman's accused NBA star Kristaps Porzingis of rape and attorney for the Twenty-three-year-old says porzingas unequivocally denies the allegation and said it was part of an extortion attempt. The alleged incident happened last year when porzingas played for the New York Knicks, South Carolina. Authorities say Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel David Rowland is in custody charged with murder and kidnapping in the death of university of South Carolina students. Samantha Josephson, Columbia police chief William Holbrook says it's believed she got into the wrong car. She simply mistakenly got into. This particular car thinking it was a new garage. You're listening to ABC news. Hey, it's MAC and Gaydos. You know, a lot of people have pools here in the valley. If you have a pool, you need a fence, you have to know where your kids are at all times, especially if you have a pool.
Nevada Democrat Lucy Flores says Biden behaved inappropriately with her
"W Joe binding considers a run for president accusations have surfaced of inappropriate touching involving the former vice president, hey democratic candidate for political office. In Nevada says an endorsement took an invasive turn Nevada democrat Lucy Flores claims former vice president Joe Biden inappropriately touched and kissed her head before a rally in two thousand fourteen vited had attended the rally to help boost her. Campaign for Lieutenant governor Flora's writes in New York magazine that moments before she took the stage. She felt the vice president get close to her from behind. She writes, he proceeded to plant a big slow kiss on the back of my head. I was confused. He made me feel uneasy gross ABC's. Stephanie Ramos a spokesperson for Biden says neither the vice president nor his staff recalls. The incident or having the impression Florez was
Mr. Trump, President And Mexico discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"To pour over the southern US border. And this month's crossings are at an all time high earlier this week border protection officials said the breaking point has arrived. Correspondent Stephanie Ramos reports President Trump has also reached his breaking point President Trump is now ready to turn his repeated threat into action Mexico's top they can stop them. But they chose not to now they're gonna stop them. And if they don't stop which closing the border, they'll close it. We'll keep a close for a long time. I'm not playing games and he's got backup department of homeland security. Secretary cares to Nielsen supports the plan, and is prepared to close ports with the president is making clear is with these numbers. If we have to close ports to take care of all of the numbers who are coming. We will do that Mexico fired right back. The foreign minister tweeting Mexico just not act on the basis of threats earlier today. Mr. Trump said he will cut aid to three Central American. Countries, including El Salvador, Guatemala and
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"ABC's? Stephanie Ramos has more and he's got back up department of homeland security secretary Kirstin. Nielsen supports the plan and is prepared to close ports. Mexico fire back. The foreign minister tweeting Mexico does not act on basis of threat. We are great neighbors closing the border for any amount of time could have serious economic repercussions for both countries when it closed for just five hours. Last fall. The cost was five point three million dollars in lost revenues, according to the US chamber of commerce now that the special counsel Robert Muller has handed over his finalized report on Russia interference to attorney general William bar. President Trump is claiming full vindication. Democratic leaders. Meantime, calling for the reports full release ABC's tarot poem areas in Florida are promising to hand over the report by mid April without sign off from the White House. Confidence in the attorney general. And if that's what he'd like to do. I have nothing to hide Democrats not satisfied since far submitted a four page summary of the report last week, stating that the special counsel, Robert Muller found no collusion and could not determine if there was obstruction of Justice in Iowa democratic presidential candidates on the campaign trail and offering programs that could appeal to rule voters and farmers at an Iowa former forum taking place this weekend. Third time not a charm for Prime Minister Theresa may, British lawmakers Friday rejecting the divorce deal with the European Union. Lawmakers have another chance on Monday as they try to strike a deal before the April twelfth deadline. You're listening to ABC news. It's time.
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"A growing list of Democrats, including Virginia. Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine or backing Republican leaders calls for Virginia's democratic governor. Ralph Northam to step down over racist photos from his medical school yearbook page ABC's Zachary quiches in Richmond. Where north is refusing to resign and says he's never seen the photo before it's not me north of now claims the pitcher was on the wrong yearbook page, my belief that I did not wear that costume or attend that party stems in part from my clear memory of other mistakes, I made in the same period of my life, the governor acknowledged he did wear black face, but that was for a dance contest dressing up as Michael Jackson when he was twenty five years old in Ohio just outside. Cincinnati. Authorities say they now have a suspect in custody following a standoff at an apartment building overnight that left one officer dead and another injured ABC. Stephanie Ramos has more say they were responding to a call. About a disturbance last night around seven o'clock. That's when a suspect apparently barricaded himself inside the apartment saying he had weapons at one point. They say he started firing rounds lease have not released. Any further information? President Trump is at his Florida estate this weekend, preparing for his state of the union address. This Tuesday, the president indicating he could declare a national emergency. If he doesn't get money to build a wall by the fifth February fifteenth deadline, the Washington Post reporting that McConnell is not supportive of the president using his emergency powers for the wall in California. More powerful storms expected following a rough round Saturday. Residents now recovering from.
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"Tampa. From ABC news. Michelle Franzen growing list of Democrats, including Virginia Senator Mark Warner and Tim Kaine or backing Republican leaders calls for Virginia's democratic governor route north them to step down over racist photos from his medical school yearbook page ABC's Zachary quiches in Richmond. Where north is refusing to resign and says he's never seen the photo before it's not me north of now claims the pitcher was on the wrong yearbook page Migrelief that I did not wear that costume or attend that party stems in part from my clear memory of other mistakes. I made in the same period of my life, the governor acknowledged he did wear black face, but that was for a dance contest dressing up as Michael Jackson when he was twenty five years old in Ohio just outside. Cincinnati. Authorities say they now have a suspect in custody following a standoff at an apartment building overnight that left one officer dead and another injured ABC's. Stephanie Ramos has more say they were responding to a call about a. Disturbance last night around seven o'clock. That's when the suspect apparently barricaded himself inside the apartment saying he had weapons at one point. They say he started firing rounds lease have not released. Any further information? President Trump is at his Florida estate this weekend, preparing for his state of the union address. This Tuesday, the president indicating he could declare a national emergency. If he doesn't get money to build a wall by the fifth February fifteenth deadline, the Washington Post reporting that McConnell is not supportive of the president using his emergency powers for the wall in California. More powerful storms expected following a rough round Saturday. Residents now recovering from a relentless.
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"Terry Palmera without new reporting tonight. I Hera thank you next. We turn to the holiday forecast as millions of Americans traveled to see family and friends, snow and rain are making a mess of the roads. Take a look at this. It's in the Pacific northwest several spinouts reported some drivers forced to dig out at the same time a new storm and to strike the west tomorrow all sweeping throughout the Christmas week. Let's get right to ABC's senior meteorologist, rob Marciano. Rob who just telling me something's popping up on the east yet so week one, but it's going to affect people traveling tonight through tomorrow afternoon, you can see. Across the Ohio river valley. I seventy gets to I eighty and it'll hit some colder air, and I think that's one we'll see a little bit in the way of snow. Here you go. We'll go over the next twenty four hours fill it in New York. Little pulse of snow mostly accumulating north of New York City, and maybe just about an inch or so but enough to slip up the roadways and then like affects no showers next storm coming into the west. This one's going to be a stronger one heading to northern California during the day tomorrow by about noontime driving down to the south of San Francisco. This is snow at the higher elevation. So those mountain passes are going to be dicey as well Salt Lake City Denver you get a little snow as well Wednesday Thursday. This looks to be a significant storm in the plane with maybe some heavy snow across parts of the northern plains and heavy rain in two areas. Like Dallas a lot of people are going to have a white Christmas. And it's looking like some people are rob thanks so much. We turned out who disturbing story the killing of a college student a new questions about whether a forties did enough to help her with chilling nine. One one calls to police days before her murder saying she was being blocked bailed. ABC Stephanie Ramos with those details tonight questions about whether the killing of a universe. City of.
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"Are your political insights from ABC news, President Trump's former personal lawyer and fix, sir? Michael Cohen has been sentenced to three years in prison for a mix of crimes, including coordinating the payment of money to to women during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. Cohen says that payment was at the direction of President Trump. Lanny Davis who worked as a lawyer for Cohen. And now advises him says Cohen isn't done talking after Mr. Mueller bindings issues. His report you will see more of Michael Cohen telling the truth about Donald Trump just last week special counsel, Robert Muller outlined in court documents new allegations of early Russian efforts to build a political alliance. With people connected to the two thousand sixteen Trump campaign on Capitol Hill democratic leader Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi say they've offered the president to budget options that could keep the government open. But the president isn't budging if there's no agreement by December twenty first twenty five percent of the governor. Will shut down. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news. One week out from federal government shutdown government shutdown. The Democrats are absolute hypocrites. Stay connected. President Trump demanding five billion dollars for his border wall. And let's talk about what we can do right now to keep government open continuing coverage. Newsradio vk president did I guess we don't have to depend on it. Twenty eighteen year of high break, they heard the shots being fired, and they saw people screaming, and they said, we got to go in whatever happens in two thousand nineteen will let you know every day NewsRadio KFB k ninety three point one FM and fifteen thirty AM. From.
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"Equipment has capsized and possibly sunk in Boston Harbor, two miles off of non point coast guard is warning marriages to use caution in the shipping channels and avoid the north and south Boston main channels, former FBI director James Comey, saying he's willing to sit for a private interview with House Republicans after trying to block a public hearing of the FBI in Justice Department's handling of Filaret Clinton's Email at election is revered scummy tweeted grateful for a fair hearing from judge Republicans agree, I'm free to talk when done and transcript released in twenty four hours. This is the closest I can get to public testimony. The filing does not state where Komi will testify. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, Washington. Eleven nineteen right now on WBZ conservative author is filing a complaint with the. The Justice department saying special counsel, Robert bubbas, investigators try to coerce him into giving false testimony. Jeremy Coursey an associate of former Trump campaigned adviser Roger stone claiming prosecutors threatened to indict him if he didn't go along mothers team is trying to determine whether Coursey and stone had advance knowledge of WikiLeaks plans to release act material that was damaging to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Now, the actual our coverage remembering the late George H W Bush who died Friday at the age of ninety four the former president's body arriving shortly at Ellington field joint. Reserve base in Houston. Where the casket will be loaded onto Air Force One. We get more from ABC's Xabi robot gap, the base operations have been going on.
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"Service ABC Stephanie Ramos joins us on the KOMO Newsline. And Stephanie even the French army was posting a tweet mocking the president showing a soldier. Crawling on the ground in the rain. What is the president? Now, saying the President Trump is now placing full blame on his cancelled visit to the World War One cemetery in France over the weekend on the secret service. He claims that he suggested driving after it was deemed unsafe to take the presidential chopper, but that secret service said no, he also points out in this post as to make it clear that he's not afraid of a little rain, but he gave a speech the very next day. Quote in pouring rain. We hear it ABC. We've spoken to a number of different sources familiar with travel protocols and the US secret service does not say no to the president. It is their job to take the president where he needs to go safely. They they do it in warzone disaster zones, rain or shine. There's always a plan b we know that chief of staff John Kelly and chairman of joint chiefs of staff Joseph Dunford visited the cemetery instead, Sarah Sanders, also put out a statement saying that because of weather and logistics. This is why the president was. Unable to attend. Sarah Sanders, also saying the visit would have required closures to portions of Paris roadway of causing disruptions, and the president didn't want to cause that kind of unexpected destruction to the city and its people. I mean, this was a trip that was planned ahead of time. And again, the secret service always has a plan B. So it just doesn't add up that with what the president is saying now, but the secret service told him now, so that's interesting coming out of the west wing, but coming out of the east wing first lady Melania Trump a surprise move today. Carried out by her spokeswoman because she was publicly pushing for the firing of a deputy national security adviser. Yes, this is rare. We we rarely see a statement like this from the first lady's office, basically publicly shaming a top cabinet member within the administration. But as he said, the first lady putting out a statement for spokeswoman saying in the statement that the first lady's office send along the statement about the deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel thing that it is a position of the office of. The first lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House. We don't know what transpired over the last couple of months last year, or so however long they've been working together. But it's unclear what issues both ladies have had that it's come to this point where the office of the first lady has to publicly put out a statement showing their distaste for Mira Ricardel because it's the first lady she could easily just tell President Trump pay. I want her gone and in past interviews, we've heard that she's been very protective of her husband, and some of the people she has a trusted around him have been let go and this though is a big deal because if mirror Ricardel is gone that would leave national security adviser John Bolton without one of his top allies in the administration. Exactly. And there's already a shift of people happening right now from what we can tell a good amount of people are expected to leave. So this would be another one. It's such a bold move. It's almost reminiscent of Nancy Reagan, isn't it? Yes. Absolutely. And then. The statement is getting compared to Nancy Reagan's statement at that time because we haven't really seen that since we haven't really seen a first lady come out and boldly put one of the president's aids out there and even with Nancy Reagan. We know she had had a lot to do behind the scenes. The statement is much bolder than what we've seen before ABC. Stephanie ramos. Thank you. Stephanie. Thanks for having me. Well, if your years of negotiations the latest Seattle police contract agreement is before the city council where a long line of people urged members to vote both for and against the deal. This woman spoke through a translator in support of the contract. Go compare yourself. You know, just helping the decision the policemen. If your son and daughters have well for five years without a raise. You will ask your children to leave that job and not to stay in that job, many others implored the council to vote against the contract because they say it would be a big step backward. After years of pushing for police reform comment and debate continues at city hall. And we'll let you know when the council votes on the contract time now for sports at three forty sponsored by divorce lawyers for men, here's Tom at the Harley exterior sports desk. All right. We got some NFL news talk about Levy on bell will not play in two thousand eighteen arguably the best running back in the NFL. He declined to sign is one year fourteen point four million dollar franchise tender with the Pittsburgh Steelers. By today's deadline that makes him in eligible to suit up for the Steelers or anyone else this season. Now, this will not prevent Bill from becoming a free agent next spring when the three time pro bowler hoax to cash in with a contract that would make him the highest paid back in the NFL. The Los Angeles Rams will not be playing in Mexico City on Monday night. The team announced today that the site for the Monday night matchup will be instead the l a Coliseum. The game was scheduled to be played at as tech stadium in Mexico City, but that plan was scrubbed because of lousy field positions Rams were supposed to play the chiefs. In Mexico City, but so much concern about the potential for injuries. Those two teams will stay in LA for that matchup. And of course, the Seahawks two days away from taking on the Packers at CenturyLink field. Lot more sports in thirty minutes commute conditions. Still ahead sports desk using.
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"The suri words from secretary of defense james mattis friday about the canceled summit between president trump north korea's kim jong un abc stephanie ramos reports from washington secretary of defense mad at says this back and forth between the us and north korea is typical adding that the summit with north korea maybe back on possibly good news the korea summit at me from that may have it back on even president bush sent out a note about that a few moments ago mattis also says that president trump and north korea's leader kim gentlemen are communicating gypsum pretty positive use between the two leaders that is also says diplomats are working very hard to make this meeting between both leaders happened and while the country's work things out madda says the us will not ramp up military exercises in the region he adds the us military's posture has not been affected in any way because of the summit director of the joint chiefs of staff lieutenant general kenneth mackenzie says the us is still vigilance state of visuals the state of visually so we always have because they've proven to be unpredictable in the past we want to be ready to respond quickly to anything but it's not a heightened state of vigilance this the normal state of visuals that we might mackenzie dead stress at the us military posture never changed prior to during the planning of or now after the cancellation of the trump kim summit stephanie ramos abc news washington it was the largest one day tiny house bill today the homes will be used as temporary shelter for the homeless and the people behind this bill.
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"Heavily armed with an assault weapon was waiting to attack here's abc's stephanie ramos there is no explanation for and in this state police are investigating the death of four people after an ambush style shooting early sunday morning in western pennsylvania just outside a selfserve kar wash police made the gruesome discovery finding four people dead all in their twenties more shots were being fired an adult female passenger in the rear seat at the pickup truck covering the truck that woman hiding in the backseat of the truck managed to survive and only has minor injuries every single person there was kind hard police say the gunman is twenty eight year old timothy smith they say he parked on the side of the car wash waiting for the victims to arrive smith is said to have been armed with several weapons timothy smith was wearing body armor carrier without the ballistic panels inserted had several magazines for the or fifteen a nine millimeter handgun officers continue to collect evidence from all vehicles found at the scene trying to figure you're out what happened one of the victims sisters spoke with abc affiliate wta i mean now i can i could fear he has a very obsessive personality police say the shooter has a gunshot wound to the head and is not expected to survive they believe it may have been self inflicted but are still investigating top steffi roma's with the deadly attack in pennsylvania right stephanie thank you next tonight the image making headlines across the country a sevenyearold boy arrested at school in florida take it away in handcuffs the boy accused of attacking a teacher his parents say police and the school went way too far here's abc's zachary quiche.
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"This is komo news from abc news i'm daria albinger the nation pauses today to honor those who serve their country a ceremony at arlington national cemetery to mark veteran's day vice president pence is there earlier today pence laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns he also visited vietnam memorial wall alam throwing more attended of veteran's day breakfast in his home state and again he denied allegations that he had a sexual encounter with an underage teenage girl now there are calls including from some in his own party for more to step aside but he has no plans to do that more the republican senate john lewis sticking to his guns saying allegations that he molested a 14yearold girl aren't true a report by the washington post thursday details allegations that the seventy year old more tried to half relationships with several women when they were just fourteen too eighteen years old and he was in his thirties in an interview sean hannity need uh under reached more did not exactly deny it abc's stephanie ramos in washington president trump by late dinner in his trip to asia continue our congratulations on a job well done vietnam has truly become one of the great miroslav and it's very impressive he also says he spoke to russian president vladimir putin a few times at the summit vietnam and he says putin again denied his country meddled in the 2016 election us intelligence has concluded that russia meddled in the vote an effort to hurt democrat hillary clinton's campaign the next to last stop on the president's trip the philippines cold enough for you the season's first bilateral care breaking.
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"Kim guadagno abc's stephanie ramos at murphy celebration in asbury park does he focused much of his message on president trump from phil murphy we saw him that plugging and president trump whenever he cried saying that he was the change that this state needed and to keep in mind that the governor of new jersey is considered one of the most powerful governorships in the nascent it is currently only statewide non federal elected office in the state maine voters approved a measure to expand medicaid under the affordable care act brian clark abc news ktrh news time is dealt levato three the fbi is desperately trying to hack into the phone of the texas church shooter it was recovered by investigators but special agent chris colmes says it was locked the technology and the phones in the incriptions law enforcement whether as at the state local at the federal level is increasingly not able to getting to these bones investigators have also been examining the shooters assault rifle they say today that in his nods an automatic rifle defense secretary james mattis addressing the middle terry controversy surrounding the texas church shooting the air force style facing criticism for not reporting devon kelly's military criminal history information to the fbi and made it possible for him to buy guns before the attack on sunday matters address the issue on his flight to brussels for a nato meeting find out what's going on as well as this specific kurt jensen foreshore already investigated widening it was not shared matter says an investigation is underway to find out what happened to correct any possible related problems all the texans have cut quarterback matt maclagan just days after signing mm's now side journeyman backup quarterback joshua johnson meanwhile head coach bill o'brien says tom savage will remain the starter despite savage's struggles last week the texans travel to la this coming sunday to.
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"4's the home of the huskies this is komo news saturday's protests in cities around the country were mostly peaceful police in boston say thirty three people were arrested in all in a series of tweets president trump reacted to the massive turnout estimated at forty thousand counterprotesters and applauded law enforcement for their efforts seems abc's stephanie ramos president trump tweeted about the boston rallies posting looks like many anti police agitators in boston police are looking tough smart thank you but that's one boston's mayor responded tweeting today boston stood for peace and love the president then tweeted again with a much different tone posting a more unified message condemning bigotry and hate abc's stephanie ramos in barcelona hundreds attended mass at the iconic sagrada familia the archbishop of barcelona calling for spain to unite following the deadly dual vehicle attacks that claimed as lama could stream it's no winner in last night's powerball and no winning numbers drawn the jackpot is grown in six hundred in fifty million michelle franzen abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news this is twenty four seven news on komo news a michael cranston a man is missing after a boating accident last night the whole michigan any sheriff's spokeswoman sherry in says it's happened a nonleague goodwin downgrade he has a whole divers route again today searching for the victim an officerinvolved shooting in federal way last night police say a driver in a stolen car rammed the police cruiser it happened is the officer was running the license plates of the car the guard been reported stolen from redmond earlier this week the officer opened fire when the driver accelerated towards him the officer was an heard several people including the driver ran away he been shot in the arm and was arrested a short time later a sixteen year old girl was also arrested good news from the coast were officials say a young 24 foot gray whales stranded on a remote beach in the olympic national park has been freed noah says it's cruised freed the whale during high tide late yesterday by digging a shallow trench and using a sure anchored police system attached will harnessed fitted around the wale the city of bellingham took down the signs for the picket bridge named for an army officer who built fort bellingham but later joined of the confederacy in the civil war city leaders made the decision monday after the violent white nationalist protest in charlottesville in.
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"Simple though you are now want it in this great commonwealth a report from stephanie ramos of abc news this is komo news president trump is facing criticism today for how long it took him to respond to the violence in charlottesville yesterday in for what he said when he finally did much of the ball baggage coming from fellow republicans maybe she's david right we're closely following the terrible events unfolding in charlottesville virginia the president said and division saying in charlottesville have no place in america we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred bigotry and violence on many sides on many sides trump declined to call out the white nationalist organized this abed or to call the car incident domestic terrorism this morning that comment denouncing bigotry on many sides is under fire even from some of the president's republican colleagues senator ted cruz put out his own statement calling the attack a grotesque act of domestic terrorism boasting that the nazis the kkk and white supremacist are repulsive and evil at all of us have a moral obligation to speak out senator john mccain tweeted white supremacists art patriots they're traitors america must unite against hatred and bigotry and senator orrin hatch also commented on twitter we should call evil by its name my brother didn't give his life fighting hitler for a nazi ideas to go unchallenged here at home no matter are color creed religion or political party we are all americans first also under scrutiny the time it took the president to respond as these horrific scenes were unfolding the first response from the white house came not from the president but the first lady she tweeted our country encourages freedom of speech but let's communicate without hate in our hearts no good comes from violence extract charlottesville it took her husband 40 minutes more to send out his first week reporters sought to press the president one of these wife asked he ignored them abc's david right your money twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news this money business news update brought to you by propel insurance from abc news.