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"steve caitlin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | Last week

"steve caitlin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Diego County's epidemiology and Immunization services division, says the big jump is concerning our investigations thus far look like There are a number of groups of students within that that maybe separate outbreaks. One student's hospitalized more than 130 are quarantining in the residence halls. Andre Julie San Diego States, associate vice president for student affairs, says campus health officials are working with students who have tested positive. We also the process with our professional staff to check in with our students regularly, who are in isolation and quarantine. For isolation students. Those check INS air twice a day. And so we're checking to see how they're doing, making sure you know that they're healthy. That's ah, one of our primary concerns school has extended its stay at home order and hired private security to help enforce the public health guidelines. It was the first big public event that went on as scheduled since the beginning of the Corona virus Pandemic, and CBS News correspondent Steve Steve Caitlin reports. It was also a super spreader. An economic study from the University of San Diego estimates the big motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, may have been responsible for 260,000 new Corona virus cases. The analysis has not been peer reviewed. State's Republican governor calls it fiction. The state has had a sharp rise in virus cases. This is a statistical approximation based on cell phone data. Many of those who went returned home to other states a study author calls it a super spreader event with the fallout involving $12 billion in health care costs. Steve Caven, CBS NEWS Our Eye in the sky, looking at that sig alert on the 605 in Norwalk. Another check of your Wednesday commute coming up bad for 45. It's for 41 progressive.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio 59 degrees with a few clouds at Pittsburgh International Attend o'clock. I'm bored a shylock. Renewed warnings about the dangers of the Corona virus and the need to maintain social distance and wear a mask to prevent infection. CBS News correspondent Dana Jacobson has more health officials are particularly concerned the social gatherings this holiday weekend could be a breeding ground for the disease, especially in seven and Western states that have seen recent jumps in their infection rates. If Friday was any indication, beachgoers are heating those warnings. Umbrellas seem to be space 6 FT, Apart by the ocean in Asbury Park, New Jersey, A hospital in Barcelona is seeing if short trips to the beach can help covert 19 patients after a long and traumatic stays in intensive care units. It's part of a program to humanize. I see youse. Since restarting it in June. Doctors have noticed that even 10 minutes at the beach seems to improve a patient's well being. They want to take this anecdotal evidence further and see if it helps in mid and long term recovery. Spain leads Europe's new wave of Corona virus infections with a surge that has brought the country's total reported cases to over half a million since the start of the pandemic, at least 29,500 people have died. Artists are trying to capture feelings in a time of unrest. Here's CBS is Steve Caitlin. Protests are TR is therapy for me and for others who might see it to Nicholas Smith painted a memorable image after the death of Trayvon Martin. I created this piece of Martin Luther King Jr and Hoody, and he was commissioned to work up an image of George Floyd. I feel like his face is just questioning. It's saying, How could this have happened? It's inspired other artists like Georgina Chema, who took part in a mural that's in Charlotte. Now my aim is to embrace this.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Webinar dot com or call 804 90 41 40. Often criticized for allowing misinformation on the site. Facebook is going to stop accepting political ads a week before the presidential election CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to CBS This morning's Gayle King. If someone is kind of dumplings, the new information of its misinformation in the last days of the election There may not be time for that normal kind of debate and process to play out. A new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says the latest technology could be a life saver and crashes involving big rigs. CBS's Steve Caitlin has more. This new study says safety features such as automatic emergency braking and Forward collision warnings could prevent more than 40% of crashes. In which semis, rear end other vehicles, the study found. When crashes do happen, the systems cut speeds and half reducing damage and injuries. The institute's calling on the federal government to require the system's on new large trucks. Time on the round up seven minutes past the hour. It's 407 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. We have one more day of around normal temperatures before the heat wave. Good afternoon. I'm Patty rising along with Jeff Bell. Just ahead on KCBS. This weekend's going to be a scorcher and may put the state's energy grid in peril start traffic before we do anything else. KD investor was in your local Honda Dealers Traffic center, and Kim Yoo spent much of last hour talking about Hayward. How we doing there? I wanted to check the recovery. And, uh, I got good news still slow ride on north bound 8 80, but where we had a five car crash and two lanes blocked at tennis in lanes are open. We're just recovering now flow when stretches from before Dakota wrote in Fremont, but no new accidents to report I see. It's also a slow ride. Ah, from mid span eastbound on 92 the San Mateo Bridge if you're headed to the Nimitz From Ah, Earlier accidents now clear No delays on the Dumbarton Bridge still backed up, leaving Freemont North bound 6 80. We had a crash between a big rig in a car on the right shoulder Auto malls, No lane's block their slow and stretches up and over the seasonal grade to Theeighty four Interchange Bay Bridge has been a struggle or getting to eat out of San Francisco is still very heavy Traffic at North bound. Wanna one? You can blame it on a car that ran out of gas on the lower deck just after Treasure Island was stuck there for a good long time now. Gone, and traffic is recovering slowly. Children, not a body collision Cam checking this back up in Santa Rosa. We had a crash involving five car South bound one on one before Hopper. The lanes air clear. They're still very slow approaching the scene. But again, I see brake lights from airport Boulevard. But again, all lanes are open. Their next update it for 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. Hey, CBS. Very a weather forecast Spare. The air alert has been extended through Saturday. Temperatures tomorrow just a little bit warmer than today..

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Study: Electronics could stop 40% of big truck rear crashes

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Study: Electronics could stop 40% of big truck rear crashes

"A new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says the latest technology could be a life saver and crashes involving big rigs. CBS is Steve Caitlin has more This new study says safety features such as automatic emergency braking and Forward collision warnings could prevent more than 40% of crashes. In which semis, rear end other vehicles, the study found. When crashes do happen, the systems cut speeds in half, reducing damage and injuries. The institute's calling on the federal government to require the system's on new large

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"From the chief in lieu Hana Love Firm studio Doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio 75. Cloudy at 11 30 hime Poul Rasmussen. 68 new Kobe at 19 cases reported today in Allegheny County. The positive test rate is 6.2% from a total of 1088 tests. The Health Department also reports nine additional deaths. New studies confirm multiple types of steroids improve survival for severely ill Kobe at 19 patients and analysis of seven studies find steroids reduced the risk of death in the first month by about one third in patients who needed extra oxygen. The work was led by the W. H O and published today by the Journal of the American Medical Association. Now CBS is Steve Caitlin has the latest on efforts to blunt the election interference by Russia. Facebook says that uncovered a network of 13 accounts linked to Russia involved in trying to fuel political chaos in this country. Nathaniel Glacier is the social networks head of security policy. Their goal here from what we can see is the same as goals we've seen from Russian actors in the past. They're trying to drive division. They're trying to inflame tensions, and they're trying to undermine trust in the electoral process. Steve Cave and CBS News on Wall Street Heparin, Tillotson says the Dow is up 196 points in 8 28,042. The NASDAQ is down 15 the S and P is up 25. Next news, A 12 on radio. Faces places helpful..

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Palmer Regional airport in Latrobe. Housing advocates rallying in Pittsburgh and statewide for an extension to the pandemic. Moratorium on evictions, radios. Jota steel reports there was a car rally in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County Councilwoman lived, Bennett addressed occupants of more than two dozen vehicles in front of the Allegheny County Courthouse. Wait here. Why? We're not Gloria. This year they call on the governor, Legislature and judges Toe Act. The current moratorium ends today. Downtown Jody's Dio NewsRadio, 10 20 Katie Way have a heads up for downtown commuters. Thie Roberto Clemente Bridge will close on two Saturdays next month for inspections. The ritual close September 12th and 19th from 7 A.m. to 5 P.m. drivers will detour on four to Cane Boulevard, the Andy Warhol Bridge and Isabela Street, a major airline. He's eliminating ticket change fees for most flights. More on that with CBS's Steve Futterman. Are you tired of those 200 other arm or change fees charged by most major airlines, if you suddenly need to change your trip? One airline is making them a thing of the past. United Airlines says it will eliminate change fees for most domestic tickets. The policy shift comes as airlines have seen their passenger load reduced dramatically because of covert 19. The move is seen by many as a way for united to get more people to buy tickets. No indication yet if other carriers like American or Delta plan to do the same thing, Steve Futterman CBS News on Wall Street heparin, Tillotson says the Dow is down 222 points in 4 28,031. The NASDAQ is up, 55. The S and P is down six. John Thompson, a college basketball Trailblazer who achieved great success as a coach and fostered the careers of future Haller Famers has died. CBS is Steve Caitlin reports, Thompson seemed large. With 6 10 and towered over many of his own players at Georgetown, he revived a dormant program and brought it to the top national champion, winning the 1984 National Championship, the first African American coach to do that, with a towel over his shoulder. He prowled.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | Last month

"steve caitlin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"20 Come a long way since Munger. Oh, Jerry saying, have a drink, have a drive. Go out and see what you can find. And if you think you might have had too much to drink before you consider driving here, CBS and Steve Caitlin With an app there working on for that. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh studied 22 adults between the ages of 21 43 volunteers got a vodka drink to get above the legal driving limit. Then they walked in a line for 10 steps, turning around and doing 10 more once an hour over seven hours with a smartphone attached to the lower back with a belt, an app recorded up and down forward and back motions. 90% of the time. The researchers could measure changes in step to figure when a person's blood alcohol level exceeded 900.8%, Steve Kate and CBS News Mary The blast here has a plan to start moving the homeless out of hotels and back into shelters. We're going to start the process of figuring out where we can get homeless individuals back into safe shelter facilities. And reduce the reliance on hotels. About 10,000 homeless people were moved into hotels in the spring because of AH, concerned about the spread of covert 19. But there have been complaints about quality of life issues went on people housed in hotels in various neighborhoods across the city. Something today. The NYPD Iwill announce this afternoon. The formation of an Asian hate crimes task force because of the rise of attacks against Asian peoples tends to be the beginning of the pandemic. Recently, including an attack on an 89 year old woman in Brooklyn, who had her shirt set on fire last month. WCBS news time 10 22 Veggie Ramen.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:55 min | Last month

"steve caitlin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"9 50. W W J Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta just saying and I'm telling Jordan these are the top stories at 9 20. President Trump is responding to what was said about him in the first night of the Democratic National Convention. I'm Stephen Portnoy, the president responds to Michelle Obama by criticizing her husband in a burst of tweets. Mr Trump says he wouldn't be in the beautiful White House if it weren't for the job done by Barack Obama. He calls the Obama Biden administration the most corrupt in history and says sarcastically, Thanks for your very kind words. Michelle. We'll have more on the convention at the bottom of the hour. The help Wanted sign is out at Amazon's Tech hub in downtown Detroit, the retail giant announced thing this morning. It's looking to expand it Hubbs and create 3500 new jobs in six cities, including 100 new jobs in Detroit. Pay is about $150,000 a year. Virginia's time. 9 21 need to know if you've had too much to drink before you consider driving CBS and Steve Caitlin says they're working on an app for that. Can your smartphone figure out if you've had too much to drink? I'm Steve Cave Story from Steve K. Thin is coming up took a long time. But a little kid and New Zealand has finally gotten the Lego out of his nose. The little toy Lego hand got stuck in the kid's nose two years ago. Actually, he put the Lego up his nose himself. Parents took him to the doctor. The doctor said The little Lego would work itself out eventually. The child was out with his family having a muffin for breakfast this week, and after two years he started sneezing and out pops the Lego. The Lego piece was intact, and the little boy's nose is intact, too. W W News time. 9 21 Let's check in right now, with our midday news anchor Brooke Allen joining us live with a look at what's coming up today between 10 and two. Good morning, Brooke. Hey, Good morning, Tom. A group of Michigan lawmakers holding a press conference at 11 O'clock to commemorate a Postal Service Day of action and the problems facing the post office WW Jay's Ron do we will be covering an iconic retail brand that shocked shoe lovers everywhere. When it shut down last year is coming back. We'll have those details. And President Trump will be participating in an Iowa disaster recovery briefing in Cedar Rapids. And this is the second day of the Democratic National Convention will be speaking live with Dr Dave Giulio, professor of political science and director of the Center for Civic Engagement at Oakland University. And where Will your kids learned this year? The kitchen table, Your desk will have some organizing tips. And today also marks the 30th anniversary of the Ryan Wait. HIV AIDS legislation all this between 10 into all right, Brooke. Thank you. We're going to check in with that. Korea. Look at business news just over two minutes away. Are you or someone you know, struggling.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:07 min | Last month

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Cloudy and 72 degrees of Pittsburgh International at 11 o'clock. I'm bored a Shylock White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows was on CNN and was asked about Congress passing a bill to fund the post office. If this is a big deal, let's put it with the stimulus check to Goto Americans less. Let's put it with enhanced unemployment. It's tension. Let's put it with small business reform in terms of the P P P, and it's standing that let's get that Will the president sign that? Yes, he'll sign that. A day of peaceful protests with a failed attempt to block a major Chicago area expressway ended in violence skirmishes between demonstrators and police downtown in Chicago. There were two dozen arrests and multiple injuries on Saturday. Chicago police say the march earlier in the day that started around noon began peacefully, but a separate demonstration broke off near downtown. Lise accused multiple agitators of hijacking the demonstrations about activist groups and some elected officials accused police of using aggressive tactics, including beating protesters with batons. Pennsylvania's Department of Corrections, announced late last week the enhancement of their video visitation system for inmates housed in Pennsylvania corrections institutions. The new system, which will be available August 19th is designed to be more user friendly with an online scheduling component and will require less Involvement from corrections employees. In a statement, Corrections Secretary John Witzel said the Department of Corrections understands the importance of helping inmates maintain their connections with the outside world, especially during covert 19. The video visit service is free and available to all inmates and visitors, but video visitors and must be on the inmates approved visitor list and must follow normal visit rules. CBS's Stephan Kaufman has a token cure for business is hurt by the current coin shortage. There may be a cure for the pandemic related coin shortage, especially quarters. Tokens are reusable, and you don't have to go to a bank to get business is hard hit by the shortage of quarters, laundromats and car washers are converting to tokens can change with token maker Osborne coinage. Says tokens offer additional benefits They cost less than currency, and when they walk away, the customer has paid more for the token, then they would have paid for the currency. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news A drink is getting more popular, especially with pandemic restrictions. CBS's Steve Caitlin has more on that story. Sales of canned wines are up 68% since last year. No surprise to Pindar. Damien knows who produces the drink in his Long Island vineyard, and I give them a taste of balls, and they can see a difference between the cannon. The bottle. Can wines save money on shipping. Some say they're easier to recycle in glass. And, according to Angela Alison, who produces wine society, canned drinks in California, the pandemic has given her the opportunity to sell to white tablecloth restaurants not being able to serve by the glass. It opened it up. They still wanted that experience where a customer could have you know something on their table..

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:59 min | Last month

"steve caitlin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Show affection during the pandemic. CBS's Steve Caitlin has more when we hug people, both people in that exchange release oxytocin. UC Berkeley's Emiliano Simon Thomas says the hormone produces pleasure and relieves stress. Oxytocin is a really important part of our collective. Demeanor as the species. But when you cannot hug take on some behaviors like making eye contact more deliberately. We can imagine times that we have been touching people who we trust and care about and she says, Don't be afraid to wrap your arms around yourself. Steve Caven CBS News Well, It's called the hand sanitizer for a reason. Now, the CDC says four people in two states have died from drinking it and three have ongoing vision problems. They all contain methanol. This comes after 15 adults were poisoned in Arizona and New Mexico. Lisa Matteo, CBS This's Southern California's only 24 hour local news and traffic station, K Annex, 10 70 NewsRadio. Good afternoon. I'm Nathan Roberts on top local stories at 205 patrols are out looking for people who are not wearing masks in Hermosa Beach, and we have the latest Corona virus numbers from L. A county officials but first traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives, and here's Tim Greenwood. It's a sig alert on the 405 North bound at Culver. Dr. Started as a big SUV on fire. Now, the two right lanes are blocked. Traffic is jammed backto La Cienega on the North bound side, which is the favorite escape her out right now. South bound, heavy and slow on the 405 from Santa Monica, past the 10 all the way down to Culver. Then it breaks free, all of a sudden, one of one South bound through Hollywood, heavy from Western down to the four level interchange at the 1 10 Heavy on the five just coming out of Griffith Park down past the two before things improve a bit there. 101 has been a very popular street today, and it remains heavy from Sherman Oaks. West bound over to at least let's say Topanga Canyon is going to be the heaviest of it all. Through Tarzana and related spots North found five heavy approaching the 605 in South Bound five. Heavy from the east. L A interchange all the way down. To Lakewood Boulevard. Next traffic report at 2 15 I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports more often came next 10 70 news radio. We are into a pretty nice weather pattern for Southern California. Good Sonny. Not too hot but warm enough Summer weather just the way we like it Sunny today sunny tomorrow highs from the upper sixties to the mid seventies of the beaches lower in the mid eighties inland. Get into the lower nineties in the Valley, so a bit warmer than maybe some folks like it, but still pretty nice, 77 degrees and Long Beach at this hour in Santa Ana. It is 77 degrees as well while in downtown Los Angeles. We are now at 78 degrees. H 207 and today another South Bay.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:43 min | Last month

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"If the 25% capacity limit isn't relax, and we only had to go dining and take out only about 50%. They'd open for that. We believe that 25% capacity of the same thing will happen. Longstreet tells the Katy K Radio Morning show. Hundreds of thousands of workers will lose jobs. Health Secretary Rachel Levine says there are no plans to roll back the capacity limit with New co bit 19 cases going up. New. Can't Sington Arnold School Board votes to bring students back to classrooms with social distancing and face coverings. Katy K. TV's Lisa Washington has more. This is also providing the option for parents to opt out of having their kids go back to school for health and safety concerns and to do remote learning. The Neuquen Arnold School district sent a digital survey to its family to get their thoughts about having students return to class. This success that it will follow all state and local guidelines. Now Westmoreland County is currently in the green phase of re opening that draft note said. If there's a spike in the number of covert 19 cases, thie in person classes would be stopped and the dishes would go to distance learning for all students and staff. One other no John Polonius resigning a super incentive New Can Arnold schools as of the 31st There was another year on Polonsky contract, and it is not clear why he resigned. Iran is conducting more military exercises in the Persian Gulf launching underground ballistic missiles. It's part of an exercise using a mock up of a US aircraft carrier as the target yesterday, Iranian forces fired missiles at that fake ship. The Trump Administration plans to ask Congress for extra money to finish the census as quickly and safely as possible. CBS Steve Caitlin has more few weeks ago, Census officials said again, an extension would be needed. Trump Administration was okay with that back in April, outside, experts say, speeding things up could lead to an inaccurate head count. About 1/2 1,000,000 census workers have been out this month handling door to door efforts to find people who haven't responded online or by mail, Steve Cave and CBS News. The Transportation Security Administration is hoping to get passengers screamed a little quicker at Pittsburgh International. SSA has deployed four new units using credential authentication technology of the agency says thes units are better able to spot fraudulent and altered IEDs. The units also confirm a passengers flight status, but a boarding pass is still required. On Wall Street heparin, Tillotson says the Dow is he had 72 points at 4 26,051 the NASDAQ Ahead 103 points. The S and P is up 25 in sports. The Brewers and Pirates will play again tonight at PNC Park. Joe must grow will start for the bucks..

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Another shortage! Beer, soda makers struggle with aluminum can supply

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Another shortage! Beer, soda makers struggle with aluminum can supply

"Can of soda or something like that at home. But apparently the people that make the cans are having a tough time giving up because Everybody's drinking at home. The aluminum can industry says there is a shortage of cans, with more people drinking up at home instead of in bars and restaurants and stocking up on favorite beverages by the case, Yusa today says, Can manufacturers are planning to build atleast three new factories within the next year and 1/2. And makers were not ready for the sudden rush in sale. That's a correspondent Steve Caitlin. There is a

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Decision. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK Well at 1 46 a man who's dying words were, I didn't do it. He's put to death this morning in the first federal execution and some 17 years Daniel Lewis Lee's final words where you're killing an innocent man before he was given a lethal injection, a terror hope president Indiana after his appeals went all the way to the Supreme Court. He said. I've made a lot of mistakes in my life. But I'm not a murder In 1996 Lee was convicted along with an accomplice of killing an Indiana family of three, including an eight year old in a plot to build a whites only nation on one of Liz's lawyer said it was shameful. The government saw fit to carry out this execution during a pandemic. I'm Julie Walker. A town employee in Hanover on the board of Registrars has been placed on leave after someone complained over a racist Facebook post she made in the comments section out on Facebook, Hanover's town manager's saying the post was brought to his attention last week is refraining from any further comment until the matter is resolved. Other worker deleted her post, but there was already a screen shot of it on top of working with the board of Registrars. She was also the part time passport agent for the town at 1 48 in Washington. The NFL team will not be known as the Redskins. Moving forward pressure had been building over the years. To change the name and the team announced this week. They're retiring it with a new name to be announced soon. Professor Joyce Rain. Anderson is the US ethics and indigenous studies coordinator at Bridgewater State, she says this is a move they had to make. The point is that the name that they currently using which it is a racial slur, it's the equivalent of any other racial slur and rain expects the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cleveland Indians now to follow suit. The Indians have said they are discussing changing their name. No word yet, though, from the Kansas City Chiefs just yet an unusual pandemic story emerging out of Michigan. CBS's Steve Caitlin has that story. PROPUBLICA reports, a 15 year old Michigan girl was sent to a juvenile detention center outside Detroit. Because she violated probation by not completing online school work. Her school's been closed because of the pandemic. Attorneys and child advocates in the state indicate they're unaware of another case like it, the girl's mother says it could be racially motivated. She's black in a mostly white community in a county where a disproportionate percentage of black young people are involved in the juvenile justice system. Steve Cave and CBS News at 1 49 another round of pink slips pink slips around Excuse me Coming to Delta Airlines. Delta plans to cut some 15,000 jobs by offering early retirement. CBS Travel editor Peter Greenberg, saying other airlines are also in the deep Red American Airlines has already stated it thinks it has 8000 flight attendants, too many and Southwest has already offered their workers of voluntary incentive program to leave the airline. But the dead one to make that decision is tomorrow. After that Southwest might institute forced furloughs. Either way, most U. S. Airlines are about to get much smaller and Delta has lost nearly $6 billion in recent months because of the ongoing pandemic. And one of the biggest labs in the nation's saying soaring demand for covert 19 tests slowing the time that company can provide results. And that's even after Quest, Diagnostics said it rapidly scaled up its capacity. The company is able to perform up to 125,000 tests today, double what it could to months ago and expects to reach 150,000 test today by the end of the month. Quest is facing challenges like global supply constraints, saying while our suppliers of test platforms and re agents continue to be responsive to our need to add capacity there Limited amid surging demand in the United States and globally at 1 50 fire officials air out with the cause of a deadly fire last week in Pittsfield, officials say the fire started in a small plastic trash barrel where they found matches in packs of cigarettes. There was no working smoke detectors inside of the home. Other causes for the fire were ruled out 74 year old Frances Lisinski Was rescued from that fire, but she then died of her injuries later at a hospital. Fire officials are urging everyone to always properly dispose of your smoking materials. Well right now it is clouding up a bit in Boston after we.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Vape store in Salem, New Hampshire, after getting second and third degree burns. From an exploding battery last December and legislation being filed at the State House, hoping to curb any sort of second wave we could see when it comes to cases of Copan, 19. At 11 46 the federal government carrying out its first execution and some two decades putting to death a man who killed in Arkansas family correspondent Julie Walker has more 47 year old Daniel Lewis Lee died from lethal injection at Terror Ho Prison in Indiana early this morning. The execution came over the objection of some of the victim's family who were there but wanted him to serve life in prison and following a series of legal challenges over the raging Corona virus pandemic. The case went to the Supreme Court, which ruled 5 to 4 that the execution would happen. Despite numerous appeals in 1996. Lee was convicted of killing in Arkansas family of three, including an eight year old, The government has plans to execute two more people this week. I'm Julie Walker, it is 11 46 Dylan Maxwell facing a judge today, finding out if she'll be released on bond or head straight to jail for the first time, details about what happened when FBI agents showed up to arrest Allan Maxwell. Prosecutors say she tried to flee to another room in the House agents were ultimately forced to breach the door. Inside the home agent say they found a cellphone wrapped in tin foil on top of the desk, a seemingly misguided effort to evade detection from law enforcement trying to trace her phone that is ABC. Easy of a pilgrim with that report. It's now 11 47 a town employee and in Hanover on the board of Registrars placed on leave after someone complained over a racist Facebook post she made in the comments section of a Facebook discussion, Hanover's town manager, saying The post was brought to his attention last week when he's and he's now refraining from any further comment until the matter is resolved. The woman deleted her post, but they're already screenshots of it. On top of working with the board of Registrars. She was also a part time passport agent for the Town hall in Washington. The NFL team will not be known as the Redskins going forward. Pressure had been building over the years to change the team name and then. Team announcing this week they're retiring it a new name to be announced at a later date Professor Joyce Rain. Anderson is the US ethics and indigenous studies coordinator at Bridgewater State, she says. This move they had to make the point is that the name that they currently using which it is a racial slur, it's the equivalent of any other racial slur. Rain expects the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cleveland Indians to follow suit. Now the Indians have expressed interest in changing their name. I really haven't heard much from the Kansas City Chiefs on that at 11 48 an unusual pandemic story emerging out of Michigan. CBS to Steve Caitlin has that story. PROPUBLICA reports, a 15 year old Michigan girl was sent to a juvenile detention center outside Detroit. Because she violated probation by not completing online school work. Her school's been closed because of the pandemic. Attorneys and child advocates in the state indicate they're unaware of another case like it, the girl's mother says it could be racially motivated. She's black in a mostly white community in a county where a disproportionate percentage of black young people are involved in the juvenile justice system. Steve Cave and CBS News at 11 49. Another round of pink slips. Coming to Delta Airlines is they plan to cut some 15,000 jobs by offering early retirement on top of it, CBS Travel editor Peter Greenberg saying other and lines are also in the deep Red American Airlines has already stated it thinks it has 8000 flight attendants. Too many And Southwest has already offered their workers of voluntary incentive program to leave the airline. But the deadline and make that decision is tomorrow. After that Southwest might institute forced furloughs. Either way, most U. S. Airlines are about to get much smaller. Delta has lost nearly $6 billion in recent months because of the pandemic, one of the biggest labs in the nation's saying soaring demand for covert 19 testing is now slowing the time the company can Provide those test results, and that's even after Quest, Diagnostics said it rapidly scaled up its capacity. The company is able to perform up to 125,000 tests today, double what it could to months ago and expects to reach 150,000 test today by the end of the month Quest his facing challenges like global supply constraints, saying while our suppliers of test platforms and re agents continue to be responsive to our need to add capacity, they're limited amid surging demand in the United States and globally. And that is correspondent Mike Bauer. With that report at 11 50 Fire officials air out with the cause of a fatal fire last week in Pittsfield, officials say the fire started in a small plastic trash barrel where they found matches and packs of cigarettes. There were no working smoke detectors in the home. Other causes for the fire were ruled out. 74 year old Frances Lisinski was rescued from that fire, but she then died of her injuries after at a local hospital. Fire officials are urging everyone to always properly dispose of any sort of smoking materials. It is 11 51 on this Tuesday.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Are you feeling alone in the pandemic Quarantine? CBS's Steve Caitlin says. There's something for that on the Internet website is called Quarantine Buddy developed by to Cornell University seniors. It uses an algorithm that matches each person based on background and interests. Allowing new meet ups during social distancing. You want to find somebody who plays a similar instrument who likes a similar Coptic or is interested in similar TV shows You could find that co founder Sam Brickman says it's been successful so far have around 30,000 people in over 120 different countries, and every single day That number is growing. Steve Caven, CBS new established dating sites have been offering all sorts of advice on how to date during the covert 19 crisis. Kissing. Normally thought of as an early activity of a dating relationship is now these a lot more cautiously. Many people are posting pictures of themselves wearing masks and, of course, virtual dating, becoming more and more a viable option. I'm Steve Futterman, CBS News This is Chicago's All news stations. Use radios, 78 and one. Opie 10.9 FM and w BBM news radio dot com. W b b m News Time to 05 It is Tuesday, July 7th. Good afternoon. I'm Jennifer Kipper in for Cisco Kowtow. We have 95 degrees in Chicago. Under sunny skies. We're going up Well have been 95 is our high. We've reached it. It will only be in the upper eighties, though at the lakefront our top local story on NewsRadio w B bm after four months away from the Chicago Police Academy because of the pandemic recruits are back and getting life advice from the city's new top cop. W BB EMS Bernie to FOIA reports, Police Superintendent David Brown told the 87 probationary officers that policing can take an emotional toll on them. That it's important for them to maintain a balanced life, and that's around themselves. Totally with police, friends and family When they're outside work, keep your non police friends. Non.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:23 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Lieu Hana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K Radio 82 cloudy. A 10 30 I'm Paul Rasmus and just in the Supreme Court has ruled unanimously, states can require presidential electors to back their states Popular vote winner in the Electoral College. The ruling leaves in place laws in 32 states and the District of Columbia that bind electors to vote for the popular vote winner. Electors almost always do so anyway. Commissioner Roger Goodell says the NFL has been in touch with owner Dan Snyder to support the team's decision to have a thorough review of the franchises Name Stadium sponsor FedEx is urging Washington to change its name. And a major league baseball team is going through a similar process here. CBS is Steve Caitlin is timeto Move forward. That's the manager of the Cleveland Indians. Terry Francona, who says the team should change its name. I think I know what usually answers say, I know that We're never trying to be disrespectful. I still feel that way. But I don't think that's a good enough answer. Today. The team has been called the Indian since 1915. In recent years, It has cut the use of the Chief Wahoo cartoonish logo on hats and patches. Steve Kate and CBS News President Trump is asking on Twitter if NASCAR driver bubble Wallace has apologized to the drivers and officials Who supported him after a rope used to pull down a garage door was mistaken for a noose. In a Twitter post this morning. The president called the incident a hoax. On Wall Street heparin, Tillerson says the Dow is up 279 points at 26,001 06 The NASDAQ is ahead 185 points. The S and P up 38. Next news at 11 on Katie Kay radio. A better tomorrow starts today with Wendy's breakfast tomorrow that says they can not. They can't where fresh eggs, rain like opportunity, Honey butter Goodness is spread on the frosty Is Gino at Wendy's. We don't ask what tomorrow holds, but rather what will you hold tomorrow? Would it be the breakfast bacon ater or the honey Butter? Chicken biscuit? No matter what you choose tomorrow's looking good participating us. Wendy's. For all our sakes. We need.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"News radio. 9 50 W. W. J Good morning and thank you for joining us on town, Jordan Roberta Xena has morning off Britain is scrapping a 14 day quarantine rule for our rivals from about 60 countries deemed Lower risk for the Corona virus, including France, Spain, Germany and Italy, but not the United States. The changes take effect on July 10th just over a month after the UK began requiring international rival's toe. Self isolate for two weeks. All signs point to a hot week next week. CBS News meteorologist Jeff Borrowed Ellie has more in the nineties feels like temperatures near 100 all the way to the Eastern Seaboard by midweek. It'll be hot in human here in Metro Detroit this holiday weekend. We'll have traffic and weather together. Coming up it 9 28 right now, let's take a look at what's coming up today between 10 and to our midday news anchor Brooke Allen joining us with a preview of Good morning, Brooke. Hey, Good morning. Tom allows you just mentioned a heat wave is heading our way. Just in time for the holiday weekend, of course, will have traffic and weather together on the AIDS. The fireworks, fireworks driving your dog crazy. We'll get some advice. Also the latest on the Corona virus in Metro Detroit and are Tony Ortiz watching the leader board at the Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club. All of this between 10 and two today. Alright, bro. Appreciate it. Thank you. W w news time. 9 21 has taken a long, long time. But alcohol is officially legal in one state in the deep South. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula, reports State of Mississippi is officially ended Prohibition. Nearly 90 years after alcohol was legalized in the U. S. Under current law, Mississippi is still considered a completely dry state residents convert to allow liquor sales in their city or county on Ly, 29 of the 82 counties in Mississippi are still dry temperance efforts in Mississippi, mostly led by members of the Christian Church. Began in the early 18 hundreds. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Charges have been filed in a death one year ago in Oklahoma, CBS and Steve Caitlin says officers face serious charges. Two police officers in Wilson, Oklahoma, are facing murder charges after they used Tasers more than 50 times on the fourth of July last year on a man who later died. Prosecutors said. That quote greatly exceeded what would have been necessary or warranted and was a factor in the death. The officer said the 28 year old man, Jared Lakey, was disorderly and did not comply with commands. Steve Cave and CBS News. All right, we got an update on the AH business news. We'll have an update on traffic and weather together at 9 28 But business news is next here on W. W. J. Tell me W news. Time is coming up on 9 23 home. There's no place like it. Follow me. Nick Offerman as I take you on a journey through the history of home. Our home's.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I'm Paul Rasmus in Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine Support Allegheny County is ban on alcohol sales in bars and restaurants. As Katy K. TV's Amy Wallace reports. Dr Levine says the ban is Theo alternative to a return to the yellow face of the pandemic Recovery plan. Dr Levin says this new outbreak. Allegheny County is being driven by mostly young people and stresses that they need to change the behavior. They were out and socializing without masks without social distancing on and that that is actually seen extremely dangerous Now, County executive Rich Fitzgerald says Allegheny County now Leads the state in the number of new cases. Mr Fitzgerald says he'll consider easing the ban for restaurants if the number of new infections drops. Harvey Weinstein, the Bored of his former movie studio have reached in $19 million settlement with dozens of sexual misconduct accusers. CBS's Steve Caitlin has details. This deal allows women to make claims of between 7500 and $750,000. It would resolve claims in a New York state law suit and a class action lawsuit that's pending in federal court. A disgraced Hollywood producer, was convicted earlier this year of rape and sexual assault against two women. More recently, Weinstein has battled Cove in 19 Steve Cave and CBS News Manufacturing rebounded in June, ending three months of contraction caused by the viral outbreak. The Institute for Supply Management says it's manufacturing index rose to 52.6 last month from 43.1 in May. On Wall Street heparin, Tillotson says the Dow is up 141 point to 9 25,046 The NASDAQ is up 65. The SNP ahead by 21. Next news at 11 on Katie Kay Radio. Ah, better tomorrow starts today with Wendy's breakfast tomorrow that says they can not. They can't where fresh eggs, rain like opportunity, honey butter goodness is spread on the frosty. His chinos at Wendy's. We don't.

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"steve caitlin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:26 min | 2 months ago

"steve caitlin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Distancing mall for says the Beach Patrol will use officers and drones for crowd control, she says. They're also considering restricting or closing. Beachside parking. Keep crowd numbers down. Peter King, CBS NEWS Orlando Comedy legend Carl Reiner has died. CBS News correspondent Steve Caitlin looks back Carl Reiner. He did it all. He was an Emmy winning actor, director and writers. Reiner created the Dick Van Dyke Show and started the vein boss, Alan Brady. Where's the adoration that usually greets me when I run into a room with talent, you know, I thought these people are supposed to be my friends. The little people who love me. Reiner and Mel Brooks gave us the 2000 year old man. Is it true that you are 2000 years old? Oh, boy. Among his movie credits the Jerk with Steve Martin. I wish I could get that excited about five years ago. He said he still enjoyed working. I wake up every morning. Anxious to get to my Equality We used to call it a typewriter on my computer and Carl Reiner was 98 years old Steve Caven CBS News to 35 at WCBS. This's Greggy an auntie When you're looking to talk sports and take a break from the news, Make sure you listen to your flagship station for New York Sports. The fan Sports Radio 1019 FM in Sports Radio. 66 W F A N Home. There's no place like it. Follow me. Nick Offerman as I take you on a journey through the history of home. Our home's embody our environment. Our history. If you get close, you can still see fingerprints and ourselves. There's the heart that goes into it. It's a place that has soul. The history of home exclusively on curiosity stream. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably moved along and give anybody noticed you mogul on tell people to stay off the lawn. Compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again. Good news is it's easy to battle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance, which, of course, will go right into the lawn. Aggressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers just not available in all states of situations. I'm Steven Greenberg talking about your next job. If you were a six foot six inch, £300 person you probably would not be applying for a job is a jockey for a horse that's running in the Kentucky Derby. Over comical that image, maybe every day. In corporate America. Thousands of managers shuffle through resumes of candidates that are equally unmatched. Thie advertise jobs. Employers generally will not even respond to those applicants. And why should they? The candidates are so unqualified for the particular job that they appeared not be serious about their application. Yet the lack of any response often depressed his job seekers. You could avoid this vicious cycle by taking a more productive approach. Don't treat the job market like a lottery candidates are not more likely to win the job search game simply by sending more resumes. Focus instead on the jobs that were a good potential match and then draft a compelling resume that takes more time and effort, but it should make you more likely to finish first in the race for your next job. With your next job. I'm Steven Greenberg for WCBS News radio. 80 things.

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