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"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KOMO
"In California's recall election Governor Gavin Newsom finding out soon if he will be out of a job come tomorrow, the polls closed tonight. For many. The catalyst for this recall was Governor Gavin Newsom's tough covid rules, calling on Californians to stay at home and avoid crowds last year, and then he was seen at a birthday party in a posh Napa Valley restaurant. But it's gone. Beyond that. His leading opponent, Larry Elder crime through the roof, defund the police. This lie about systemic racism, Calling police to pull back. Newsom is telling Democrats here which outnumber Republicans 2 to 1. The choosing. Elder would turn this state into Texas or Florida. Alex Stone, ABC News, LOS Angeles, The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association Both say that new covid cases among Children are alarming. Half a million have been infected. At schools reopening in the last week, Children accounted for nearly 30% of Covid cases. Staff shortages due to Covid, already pushing Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker to call in the National Guard helped drive school buses. The test now How to handle infections in the classroom, ABC Stephanie Ramos here in New York, you're going to be pop you for the most popular Broadway shows, reopening tonight. Wicked, The Lion King, Chicago and Hamilton all welcoming back audiences. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news Continues on co mo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning. It's 602. And this is Tuesday morning, the 14th of September and we have some fog in some spots, but it's mostly clear in Seattle and 53 degrees along with Greg Herschel time manufacturer here. The top stories from the call 24 7 News Center. The State Health Department confirmed another 2786 new cases of covid yesterday. And as in weeks past, that number is expected to get higher as the week advances we get more from GMOs Brian Calvert. There have been reports from across the Northwest already this week that the number of covid hospitalizations may be peaking. But of course, you never know when your past peak until you're looking in the rear view mirror. That's Dr Patrick Lucky. Who warns Covid could bring a reckoning this week as over the next few days, anyone exposed over the Labor Day holiday weekend. Should start experiencing symptoms, Dr James McGovern says. Now is not the time to breathe that sigh of relief. It's going to be weeks before we get back to what we would consider normal. The state's hospitals remain crowded in some ICUs are full. Daryn gas with Providence also warns his team has beaten down continue to watch your staff struggle with Caring for patients that, um, aren't vaccinated over the past several weeks daily Covid numbers have risen over the course of a week. No one thinks that won't happen again this week. We just don't know yet how Labor day will influence the numbers. Brian Calvert Colonial because of the ongoing pandemic and the threat of the Delta variant grocery store workers in Seattle will continue to receive that $4 an hour extra hazard pay. Yesterday, the City Council decided to delay.
Moderna Applies for Full FDA Approval of Its COVID-19 Vaccine
"The second Cove in 19 vaccine maker to ask for full FDA approval. And right now both Madonna adviser have emergency use authorization, health experts believe, and they hope That full approval will be a big step towards combating vaccine hesitancy. It may take several months before the majority vaccine is fully backed by the FDA, but as vaccination rates plateau in parts of the country and downright drop in others Doctors hope getting full authorization from the FDA will add one more level of confidence in the Kobe vaccine that was ABC. Stephanie Ramos
COVID-19: Nearly 20% of American adults are now fully vaccinated
"Of the country's adult population is fully vaccinated from Cove in 19, ABC, Stephanie Ramos says those vaccination numbers are increasing along with the numbers of new infections. Nearly 3.5 million reported shots into arms. Just as you covert case is steadily rising, at least 22 states, the nation averaging nearly 59,000 new infections every day. There's more people
New York Gov. Cuomo Accuser Charlotte Bennett To Be Interviewed In Investigation Next Week
"Cuomo, dodging uncomfortable questions from reporters in his press briefing yesterday that will not stop an investigation into numerous allegations of possible sexual misconduct. NBC's Stephanie Ramos on the latest developments we've learned Charlotte Bennett will be interviewed next week as part of the state attorney general's investigation. She's a former aide to Cuomo and the second woman to accuse him of sexual harassment. Keep in mind. The attorney general's office does have subpoena power, so they'll be able to question any of his accusers and obtain any documents, emails or text messages. Might help them in this investigation and New York's two U. S. Senators, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand calling on the three term governor. Step down. Woman
Another former Cuomo aide accuses him of harassment
"York Governor Andrew Cuomo. They keep coming in Morpho. Former aides are now saying that Cuomo created an environment at work that was uncomfortable. These new claims coming just one week after another former aide accused him of sexual harassment. ABC Stephanie Ramos has more from outside the governor's office in Manhattan this morning. Former aides to New York governor Andrew Cuomo are speaking out, describing their time in his administration as toxic. The Washington Post reports overnight. They spoke with former aides who said the governor berated employees and several women said Cuomo asked them about their dating lives. However, they did not see it as being propositioned by Him now the governor's senior adviser, released a statement overnight that says there is no secret that these were tough jobs that work is demanding. Statement said. The governor is direct with employees of their work is subpar because the people of New York deserve nothing short of excellence. Now. The New York attorney general's general's office is is investigating the the allegations allegations made made against against the the governor by by those first first three accusers. The latest traffic
Another former Cuomo aide accuses him of harassment
"And York's governor Andrew Cuomo, facing two scandals, states, covert related nursing home deaths and sexual harassment accusations from three women. Two of them, former aides, ABC, Stephanie Ramos says more Charlotte Bennett says the governor asked her about her sex life whether she was monogamous and whether she had ever slept with an older man. Cuomo says Bennett misinterpreted him, Charlotte Bennett says it's not a matter of how she felt but of what he did, She says quote is an issue of his actions. The fact is that he was sexually harassing me and has not apologized
New York Gov. Cuomo facing calls to resign after another former aide accuses him of sexual harassment
"A growing sexual harassment scandal. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is not going to resign here's ABC Stephanie Ramos in his first public appearance in a week, New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressing the sexual harassment allegations, threatening his political career. I now understand. That I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable. It was unintentional. And I truly and deeply apologize for it. I feel Awful. About it. And frankly, I am embarrassed. Buy it. Cuomo apologizing publicly after three women came forward, accusing him of unwanted advances to former aides accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. 25 year old Charlotte Bennett claims the 63 year Olds governor made it clear to her that he wanted to sleep with her. I'm embarrassed. And hurt my apologize that Somebody who interacted with me felt that way. I never knew. At the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable. The attorney for Charlotte Bennett, Debra Katz, refuting that claim, saying in a statement. My client reported his sexually harassing behavior immediately to his chief of staff and chief counsel. We are confident that they made him aware of her complaint. The governor also declaring this and I want you to know this from me directly. I never touched anyone inappropriately, but two other accusers say things did get physical. Former aide Lindsay Boylan says the governor gave her an unwanted kiss and in Iraq who met Cuomo at a wedding reception in 2019 said the governor took her face in his hands and asked to kiss her. Claims the governor has denied to establish sexual harassment. You don't need physical conduct almonds convey enough to following the allegations, state lawmakers called on the governor to resign. National Democratic leaders stopped short of that, while the three term governor says he's not quitting. The New York attorney general is conducting an investigation into those allegations, and the governor says he will cooperate fully with that investigation, but asks that New Yorkers wait for the full report before framing an opinion
New York Gov. Cuomo accuser lashes out at his supposed apology
"New york governor andrew cuomo under fire and under investigation tonight facing accusations of sexual harassment. Tonight his newest accusers saying cuomo refuses to quote take responsibility for his predatory behavior. The governor praised for his leadership would covert. Hit is also now facing growing questions about the data on nursing home. deaths now hiring. A lawyer to represent the governor's office. Here's abc's stephanie ramos. Tonight tonight. A former aide accusing new york governor andrew cuomo of sexual harassment says his explanation and attempt to apologize. Just doesn't cut it. Declaring cuomo has refused to acknowledge or take responsibility for his predatory behavior. Twenty five year old charlotte bennett telling her story to the new york times. Alleging that last spring cuomo made it clear to her. He wanted to sleep with her that. The governor asked direct questions about her sex life whether or not who was monogamous in relationships. Whether or not she had ever slept towards an older man in time cuomo's national profile was soaring his handling of the cova crisis. We will do it because we are new. York tough bennett. Says she told her parents and friends about cuomo's behavior at the time she also told the governor's chief of staff and it was quickly transferred to another department eventually leaving the administration. Altogether november. cuomo has denied. He made any advances initially saying he was just trying to be a mentor. Then releasing a statement. Saying i now understand that my interactions may have been insensitive or too personal. I acknowledge some of the things. I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation to the extent. Anyone felt that way. I am truly sorry about that. That's not an apology. He seemed to be saying is just kidding around sexual harassment. Now funny in recent years cuomo has positioned himself as a champion for women. There has been an ongoing persistent culture of abuse of women in terms of sexual harassment. But bennett is now the second woman to accuse him of sexual harassment. Another former staffer lindsay boylan said cuomo gave her an unwanted kiss in his manhattan office in two thousand eighteen and asked to play strip poker. He's denied that it's just not true. The new york state attorney general is now launching an investigation. Cuomo had hoped to appoint an investigator with close ties to his top advisors but he backed down amid an outcry from democrats charlotte bennett saying these are not the actions of someone who simply feels misunderstood. They are the actions of an individual who heals his power to avoid
No charges filed against officers involved in death of Black man pinned to ground
"Not to indict any police officer on charges related to Daniel Prudes. Death proved an unarmed black man suffering a mental health crisis, died after being in police custody last March. 1 recognizes the influence of race police body camera video shows officers in March covering proves head with a spit hood later pinning him to the ground before he stopped breathing. Prue died seven days later. The medical examiner calling proves Death a homicide. It's ABC. Stephanie Ramos reporting it could be
Treacherous travel expected in much of eastern US
"Begin with millions of americans now digging out from one storm as a new system. Take shape in the south and takes aim at one of the busiest travel days of the year. A state of emergency to open twenty twenty one as heavy snow and ice pushed north from texas through the heartland then all the way into the northern new england area a foot of snow paralyzing interstate traffic in texas. Some drivers stuck up to fourteen hours tonight. Attention moving to the southeast where a rainmaker has already triggered. Flash flood watches from tallahassee to columbia south carolina that storm pushing north along. The i ninety five corridor with snow inland and a wintry mix sure to make for treacherous driving the forecast in a moment but we begin tonight with abc. Stephanie ramos right here in new york city tonight. Dangerous winter weather slamming parts of the country with millions heading home from the holidays. A major storm system sweeping from the south into the northeast bringing heavy snow ice and rain parts of west texas digging out from more than a foot of snow. This is miles and miles. Hundreds of drivers stuck in traffic for up to fourteen hours due to the treacherous conditions. One woman with diabetes trying to avoid a medical emergency by rationing her medication in the car. I'm trying to take my medications right now. Because i don't really of drop zillow. In oklahoma snow and ice knocking out power to thousands icy road conditions stranding cars semis sliding off the highways this eighteen wheeler toppling onto its side ramming a guardrail to reported tornadoes. Touching down in georgia. This mobile home flipped over by high winds injuring. One person despite cdc warnings not to travel due to covid more than fifteen million people flying across the country for the winter holidays rain snow could impact travel over the next twenty four hours with tomorrow expected to be the busiest day for air travel since the start of the pandemic. The travel headaches aren't over here in the northeast. Black ice is a concern tonight. Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing and a new storm set. Impact much of the east coast tomorrow giving travelers very little time to prepare
Warp Speed official says vaccine rollout has fallen short of goal
"Trump Administration being criticized by some for the slower than promised rollout of vaccines to battle the pandemic years, ABC Stephanie Ramos so far the federal government distributing more than 14 million doses nationwide. But only about 2.5 million shots have been reported far short of the 20 million vaccinations promised by the New Year. ABC News Learning. There are also issues at the state and local level, including the five year vaccines, complex storage requirements, uncertainty over the supply of doses and the strain on local health agencies in this surging pandemic.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KOMO
"Officials handout electric space heaters and a federal court is ruling. The cheese that contains fillers is not 100% cheese or, in this case, grated Parmesan appellate judges sided with shoppers in a false advertising lawsuit, saying they shouldn't be expected to read the fine print. This means companies like WalMart and Kraft need to head back to court. It's 1 47, the white Columbus, Ohio police officer accused of shooting and killing Andre Hill. An unarmed black man has been fired. We get more on the investigation from ABC. Stephanie Ramos Officer Adam Coy, a 19 year veteran, was administratively charged by the Columbus Police Department. For quote, unreasonable use of force, not turning on his body camera and not rendering aid to Hill, who was lying on the ground for several minutes before he received assistance from emergency responders ends up in a side Within days of the deadly shooting. Both the mayor and chief of police were calling for coy to be fired. And after hearing Monday morning, the public safety director agreed, concluding the actions of Adam Coy do not live up to the oath of a Columbus police officer or the standards. We end the community demand of our officers. It was just days before Christmas when Officer Coy confronted 47 year old Hill at a residence he shares with his daughter and her Children. The officer responding to a neighbor's complaint, sort of grayish you re in front of this location, keep starting up and running and then turns off for a while. Here, you can see him holding a cell phone in his left hand. His right hand was not visible at this point. Officer Coy raises his weapon and fires overnight. Hill's family calling Coy's firing the correct move. Adding, We need to redefine a relationship between police and communities of color in which it doesn't turn deadly for a black person with a cell phone to encounter a law enforcement officer Columbus Police chief says officer boy will now have to answer to state investigators. Federal charges from the Department of Justice are possible, ABC, Stephanie Ramos reports. There are new rules on the way if you're a drone operator, or if someone gave you a drone under the Christmas tree, ABC is Derek Dennis reports the FAA relaxing the rules for the country's 1.7 million registered drones in 203,000 certified drone pilots. New guidelines allow small drones to fly over people and at night with limited restrictions. Most drones will need to be equipped so they can be identified remotely by law enforcement. The new rules are expected to.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KOMO
"Police say the man admitted setting fire to a Burlington Northern Santa Fe building yesterday morning. No one was in the building at the time. All eyes on the Senate as it's now up to that chamber to decide what to do with the proposal for $2000 stimulus checks. The House passed the increased yesterday, which was demanded, of course by President Trump. The White Columbus, Ohio. Police officer accused of shooting and killing Andre Hyland, unarmed black man has been fired now Officer Adam Coy, a 19 year veteran, was administratively charged by the Columbus Police Department for quote, unreasonable use of force, not turning on his body camera and not rendering aid to Hill, who was lying on the ground for several minutes before he received assistance. From emergency responders put your hands up to the side. Within days of the deadly shooting. Both the mayor and chief of police were calling for coy to be fired. And after hearing Monday morning, the public safety director agreed, concluding the actions of Adam Coy do not live up to the oath of a Columbus police officer or the standards we and the community. Command of our officers. It was just days before Christmas when Officer Coy confronted 47 year old Hill at a residence he shares with his daughter and her Children. The officer responding to a neighbor's complaint for the greatest, you re in front of this location, keep starting happened running and then turns off for a while. Here, you can see him holding a cell phone in his left hand. His right hand was not visible at this point. Officer Coy raises his weapon and fires overnight. Hill's family calling Coy's firing the correct move. Adding, We need to redefine a relationship between police and communities of color in which it doesn't turn deadly for a black person with a cell phone to encounter a law enforcement officer Columbus Police chief says officer ploy will now have to answer to state investigators. Federal charges from the Department of Justice are possible. That's ABC. Stephanie Ramos was a new drone under the Christmas tree this year. Well, new rules are on the way for drone operators. ABC is Derek Dennis reports the FAA relaxing the rules for the country's 1.7 million registered drones in 203,000 certified drone pilots. New guidelines allow small drones to fly over people and at night with limited restrictions. Most drones will need to be equipped so they could be identified remotely by law enforcement. The new rules are expected.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Just like the spring millions of people Despite being warned the travel could be dangerous or getting on planes and traveling anyway. Life goes on. You have to keep going is it is what it is so But we gotta wait. Take cautious. We're going to stay out off a crowded places. You went in at L A X A City See advisory panel making recommendations on who should be next in line for the covert vaccine is one be persons aged. 75 years and older and frontline Essential Workers Phase one. See Persons Age 65 to 74 years person's age 16 to 64 years with high risk medical conditions and other essential worker after Catholic dueling, who serves on that panel, residents and staff of more than 600 nursing homes began getting their first shots today. This is ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. The product super. I've heard about balance of nature for some time, and I just thought I'd get involved. And so what I did I started taking in and I saw a difference. It kind of balanced out my blood if you will from my doctor was pleased with that. He said. What are you doing what's going on? And I just said, That's what I'm taking. This extra thing called the balance of nature, and he said, that's good. That's good. So I admonish all people that have some type of health issue, you know, Try it. It really helped my numbers and I know the product works. Right now. Balance of nature is offering free shipping and 35% off on any new preferred order. Call 1 802 4687 51, or go to balance of nature dot com and use discount code fruits. President Trump seemingly disagreeing with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, one who was responsible for that major government cyber security breach. Pompeo has said the Russians were behind the breach. But the president saying in a tweet that China might be responsible, that breach affected multiple government agencies who use I T software from a company called Solar Wind. Here's ABC. Stephanie Ramos authorities suspect to the Russians may have had access to sensitive networks for at least six months. It will take months, possibly years to know for certain which networks the Russians control or just occupy. They deny.
Thanksgiving guidelines amid the covid-19 pandemic
"At or near capacity. And yet some Americans are still planning indoor celebrations with extended family and friends, others deciding to take the year off. ABC. Stephanie Ramos has more families across the country are preparing for a Thanksgiving without the entire family, the CBC recommending, we all say put this holiday, but that's not an easy option for soon into away at school. Some parents are letting their college kids come home despite major outbreaks at universities across the country and the dangers associated with traveling through airports. Now, if you're gonna be doing that, gathering together with somebody coming in your home from out of the out of your bubble Make sure that doctors say that you should practice social distancing in that household. Don't share food or utensils wear a mask. And if your child goes to school out of state driving home, maybe a safer alternative. Offline
White House chief of staff tests positive for COVID-19
"The White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, and at least six other aides have tested positive for covert 19 cases air rising across the country. There are desperate attempts to slow the search all across the country in Massachusetts, the state enacting a 9:30 p.m. curfew on restaurants, movie theaters and James as doctors braced themselves for a search. Maybe see Stephanie Ramos. You're listening to ABC
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KGO 810
"Cluster of Trump votes that you haven't discovered in Pennsylvania. This is all going to continue to break in the vice president's favor and president seems intent on dragging this out. President Trump has just arrived at his Virginia golf course on Twitter, he says. I won this election by a lot. Twitter's flag that message along with several others from his account this morning, where he alleged voting fraud without offering evidence. One state where the president is closing the gap in the vote count is Arizona. But it's not known if he's doing it to the point where he could win the state, ABC serene Shaz in Phoenix, the secretary of state right here in Arizona, saying that the process is working exactly the way that it should. It's a process that shows the margin between the candidates shrinking, they're separated by about 30,000 votes. That is less than 1% point. It is unclear if that is enough for the president to cross the finish line, at least right here in this state, But it also leads in Nevada and Georgia, where ABC News can project these Senate race between incumbent Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Asafa led to a January runoff means both Georgia's Senate race will be determined in runoff that could tip the Senate balance of power. The White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, and at least six other aides of tested positive for covert 19 cases air rising across the country. There are desperate attempts to slow the search all across the country in Massachusetts, the state enacting a 9:30 p.m. curfew on restaurants, movie theaters and James as doctors braced themselves for a search. Maybe see Stephanie Ramos, You're listening to ABC News. Balance. Now look. Att kgo traffic.
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
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Coming up super local Sunday clothes afire update. Kay If I am sick, 40 live everywhere on the I. Heart radio have money. Great Rob Newton. The news Fire burning near like Hughes is now 12% contained. The fire has burned nearly 18,000 acres. 12 homes have been destroyed in 21 others damaged. Evacuations remained in effect for like Hughes Road west in Pine Canyon, in north to Dry Gulch Road, east of Ridge Route Road west of Lake Hughes Road in Fire Station, 78 north of Pine Canyon and, like Hughes Road and South of Highway 1 38 And there is an evacuation site at Highland High School. A two year old boy has been hit and killed by a car in North Long Beach. The incident happened around eight last night near Atlantic and Artie Asia. The driver of the car stayed at the scene. Cops say the boy and his dad had just been dropped off at their home by a car service. When the dad got distracted, and the boy ran in front of the car. The driver then pulled away and did not see the kid. News is sponsored by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber. A Georgia state trooper has been charged with murder after investigators say he shot a 60 year old black man during a traffic stop ABC Stephanie Ramos reports. There were other allegations against the now former trooper, including alleged cases of racial profiling, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Fire Trooper Jake 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.
"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
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.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes all right it is beautiful out there we've got fair skies everywhere everybody's getting some sunshine today we're seeing a range of tense right now in the sixties even into the seventies Marshfield seventy two I think seventy four is the perfect time what's your favorite temp yes some people like it hot some people like it in the eighties but seventy four I think is nice we're gonna get there in a lot of places today and then tonight's gonna be clouding up passing showers and then our Saturday is a little more curial media logical meter logically we're gonna look at a little bit of sun and then some showers in the morning then it could clear a little bit cool two fifties in the afternoon Saturday so on and off showers on and off sunshine you're going to have to just kind of hit it just right for your Saturday if you're hitting the beach and Sunday partly sunny breezy and cool sixty in Boston cooler in the Cape by ten degrees also inland little bit warmer and Memorial Day not bad seventy inland and partly to mostly sunny skies looking ahead to Tuesday and Wednesday it will be back in the eighties so some warmer weather on tap well a potentially dangerous but rare inflammatory children's syndrome that's linked to covert nineteen is now striking young adults here's ABC's Stephanie Ramos young people ages twenty to twenty five years old sick with the illness now reported in California and New York some medical experts warn the syndrome could present itself more seriously than a dozen children but it's still too early to know.
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
"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.
"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.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"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.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Point five WDBO. Joe looking forward to that. I'm looking at the radar right now. I don't see a whole lot going on forty percent coverage on the rain today with a high of eighty two will be in the operators Wednesday Thursday and Friday, the weekend, totally in view weekends. Looking great to will be in the eighties on Saturday and Sunday. We are taking your open mic reacts on that sixth grade over in Tampa arrested after an incident at for your refused to stand for the pledge of allegiance again folks at a statement from the school district says the boy was arrested because he refused to leave the classroom and made threats while he was being escorted to the principal's office. That's exactly what we reported. Don't put words in our mouth. All right, twelve eleven now here at news ninety six point five. WDBO President Trump's national emergency declaration continuing to draw the ire from Democrats. Let's take you live to our Stephanie Ramos. We love to go in depth on the stories and Stephanie California kind of leading this charge of oncoming lawsuits against the president to put a hall to the national emergency on border security. Let the legal fight began the president expected it and he's getting it. Now, isn't he Stephanie? Oh, absolutely. And like you said. Critics predicted this one she announced that he was declared a national emergency. So they could build this border wall. He served. It was going to fight this and all the legal challenges that he predicted. He's exactly why it is highly up now with California leading the way and other seats joining in on this lawsuit. Attorney general Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii. Listen, a bunch of other states or tweeting saying that this is unconstitutional. President can't do this and California's governor and attorney general they filed this lawsuit challenging the president's declaration. And they say that this is a made up national emergency and again, but it's a muffle. So they're not backing down. And that's the question is it unlawful. Yeah. I mean is this constitutional. There's that national emergencies act of nineteen Seventy-six grants, the president broad authority in these cases. But there is debate as to whether any federal laws grant, the president authority to kind of redirect funds for a border wall. Correct. Right. Right. And what they're saying is do you? State officials California they said that the president is misusing presidential power. And they want to they want to stop him from using taxpayer funds to that that was set aside by congress for the people. But instead. That you've said Mexico would pay for it. So. But it is likely to take a long time before this is settled. Okay. Stephanie. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. That's our Stephanie Ramos live from Washington. President Trump's national emergency declaration of Friday continues to draw the ire from Democrats across the country twelve thirteen here at news ninety six point five WDBO five day.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Ten on Orlando's morning news. Right. Eight o'clock expanded newsfeed is it go in-depth this morning ABC. Stephanie Ramos is joining us at the White House. And the president started last night with both started at the state of the union address, and it continues into this morning with with him, basically challenging the Democrats to continue investigations into his administration. And of course, his campaign. Absolutely. And despite the president's warning during that state of the union Democrats on the hill are not backing down quite the opposite this morning. They are ramping up their investigations of the Trump administration and enduring the state of the union is speaker Pelosi says the president when he said what he did during the state of the union about the investigation. She called that an all out threat that. Referring to his statement to drop the for them to drop the investigations, but she is undeterred, and so our House Democrats they are moving forward with multiple investigations. The president is not happy about it. Tweeting this morning calling the move presidential harassment, and we'll see if he mentioned it this morning. The president is expected to attend the two thousand nineteen national prayer service. National breakfasts a prayer service this morning in just a few moments, and one would imagine that that might not be the place in which you had taunt Democrats. But. Right. President Trump says quite untraditional, and he may well use that as a as a platform for challenging Democrats. Oh, absolutely. Especially since he just tweeted about this of bet an hour or so ago. So it's definitely on his mind and the house intelligence committee actually moving forward with this today trying to secure the president's tax returns. So this is just the beginning. Democrats are just laying down the groundwork ABC. Stephanie Ramos, joining us live from the White House. This.
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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.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"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.
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"No one was hurt. But both of those men now face charges as for the guy with the gun who cokes FitzGerald out of the car. Police say he owned that weapon legally and will not face charges. Tom incredible. Nobody was hurt or right area. Thank you new developments tonight. In the intense manhunt for a suspect wanted for killing five. Louisiana, including his parents and his girlfriend police arresting him when thousand miles away in Virginia as he pulled into his grandmother's driveway. Authorities say his father's last words identified his son as the shooter ABC Stephanie Ramos is in Virginia tonight. The manhunt is over for a suspected killer accused in the cold blooded deaths of five people in Louisiana. Twenty one year old Dakota tarot is behind bars suspected of killing his twenty year old girlfriend, some are Ernest her father and brother before killing his own. Parents police say terriers father's last dying breath identified his son as the killer. But there are still questions about a motive. Sinful my baby for nothing. It not for nothing. Authorities say after the killings -tario drove from Louisiana to Virginia arriving at his grandmother's house this morning. Police say she stayed the night at hotel after warnings from family that Terry. Oh was on his way, she called this morning. Looking for the officers to go by make sure that the house was safe for her to go into while the officers were there. The individual actually drove by he drove up into the driveway at that time. Headache pistol in his hand. Police say -tario dropped the gun when he was asked to by officers and was then arrested the was very sleep deprived. The same like. Once put an our booking room. He went he went straight to sleep. Stephanie Ramos joins us now. Live and Stephanie. I saw you spoke with the Richmond county sheriff there that's in Virginia about this case, what is Teri telling law enforcement. Well, Tom, the Richmond county sheriff tells me that tarot made several statements about the murders during his arrest all of that. Now being used as evidence -tario is being held without bond here at this jail. He has an extradition hearing set for Friday, Tom Stephanie Ramos with that new reporting on the arrest tonight. Stephanie, thank you. We do move onto the growing danger in Brazil and the race against time. Search and rescue teams looking for hundreds of people reported missing following a massive dam collapse. Dozens killed the death toll expected to climb. Authorities briefly suspending the search fearing another dam was about to break here's ABC's Zachary quiche, do desperate search continues for a second day after relentless rain in deteriorating conditions complicated. The rescue effort for one hundred missing following a massive dam collapsed. Southern brazil. Helicopters swooped in the mud flooded areas. With supplies in makeshift, medical centers, examined the injured. Thirty seven are confirmed dead in two hundred eighty people are still missing officials are not optimistic they'll be found alive. This search for survivors, west to spend it for several hours over fears. A second dam was at risk of a breach. Sirens rang out as twenty four thousand people in potential harm were ordered to get to high ground. But tonight, civil engineers say that dam is safe. The second dam is located about a quarter mile from the first incident, and is being closely monitored Tom in a bit of good news, some areas previously to wet and unreachable for firefighters are drying out, Tom, but still so many are missing right Zachary. Thank you. Now did the chaos in Venezuela and battled President Nicolas? My Ludo accusing the US of leading a coup to force him from power by meeting with military troops rejected an international tomato to call for new elections within days the White House backing the opposition leader as an interim president urging other countries to do the same secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, telling the world, pick aside ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panels in the region nNcholas Maduro the president challenge for power, but refusing to back down today trying to. Prove his strongman credentials running alongside troops. Watching the Mexican is and testing their loyalty, yelling, traces never. That I never they say he knows learn t the military will decide his fate hit as he struggles to maintain control. He's now signaling a potential willingness to negotiate backing down from his seventy two our demand. This all US diplomatic personnel. Leave Venezuela now giving them thirty days. US pressure unrelenting today. National security adviser John Bolton tweeting any violence and intimidation against US. Diplomatic personnel. Oveess Wailers democratic leader..
"stephanie ramos" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Salt ready to go while residents in Pittsburgh and buffalo are stockpiling supplies. Stephanie Ramos joins us now live from Albany and Stephanie Albany expected to get more than a foot of snow and the governor they're not taking any chances. He's not Tom. Governor Cuomo has activated four hundred and fifty members from the national guard to assist in this storm. He's also banned tractor trailers and buses from. Most interstates in advance of the storm. That's not just expected to bring this snow, but also ice rain and dangerous. Subzero wind chills behind it here and through much of the northeast Tom Stephanie Ramos where some of that freezing rain is coming down there and Albany. Stephanie. Thank you, and that terrible weather making travel even more of a nightmare for those already slowed down by the government shutdown taking its toll on those TSA lines as well ABC's, Kenneth ABC's. Kenneth Moton is in Chicago for us tonight tonight that major winter storm marching east wreaking havoc on air travel. This United Airlines jet sliding off the runway Chicago O'Hare international airport, one hundred twenty nine passengers on board the flight from Phoenix no one injured. Icy conditions and Omaha causing the same problem for the south west plane of the Landers that we have found he's rolled off the end of the thing. So the entire shutdown. The storm canceling nearly two thousand flights delay more than twenty one hundred Harris ACOG, oh, this was the same for much on the morning pounding and highways on Lake Michigan Midland village. Poor wins gusting at more than thirty miles per hour. The severe weather is compounding the strain at the airports caused by the partial government shutdown air, traffic, controllers and TSA. Officers are working for free kicking off the holiday weekend..