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"steve caton" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Toughen measures that banned political statements Steve Caton CBS news frontline nursing home workers at the Georgian gardens nursing home in potato see staged a protest Wednesday for hazard pay Georgia McMahon says others who work in the area are getting the extra pay do the corona virus pandemic and they deserve it as well and we're risking everyday going to work not only us but our family as they cope it even though we don't have a case in the facility for checking in new patients all the time so eventually we're probably going to the man says they also won paid sick time for workers who have been exposed or infected with rotavirus notice something missing from the sidewalks and shoulders of city streets mayor Lyda Krewson says those lime and bird rand electric scooters were removed about ten days ago because we didn't want them to be used during the protests to I heard anybody or anything so they aren't back out yet increasing says when the scooters are back remember they will not be sanitized between uses so it's B. Y. O. W. bring your own wipes Carol I did see a few of them outside of our building the morning after the those Monday protests but they have since disappeared I saw several hundred of them in a parking lot where they must be storing them until they distribute them once again the repertory theatre of St Louis is not planning to cancels upcoming season at least not yet the rap will formally announce it's rescheduled season on September first with plans to postpone things until at least December the rep is joined other cultural organizations as part of the St Louis re opening the arts work group which is working on a unified plan that takes CDC and other government directives into consideration Hana Sharif the rep's artistic director says they are exploring things like face coverings temperature screenings disinfecting and more for the first time in seven years the number of opioid deaths in St Louis county fell however the number of deaths among black men went in the opposite direction although overall deaths fell by thirteen percent from three hundred seven in twenty eighteen to two hundred sixty six last year those among black men rose forty seven percent from sixty six to ninety seven county executive Sam page says while the reason for the disparity isn't known it could be linked to the same issue blame for the higher number of black hole the deaths a lack of access to healthcare perhaps proximity to treatment facilities or on insurance status and if we look at the zip code maps of where these overdose deaths occurs we see that day they're very follow along parents we know there's limited access to health care he says the county recently started counting the number of nonfatal overdoses he says that informational help determine if access to nor can is an issue the county does make nor can available for free for information go to recover S. T. L. dot com Brian Calley St louis' news radio KMOX overtime is next cable X. news.
Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84
"Playwright writer an aids activist Larry Kramer has died CBS is Steve Caton writer Larry Kramer brought dramas to life in books on screen and on stage in plays such as the normal heart but it's the passion and activism Kramer brought to the fight against aids that is his true legacy he co founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one at a time when the disease was new and mysterious most of the country doesn't know about this cancer a few years later Kramer raise the stakes his new group act up in bracing confrontational tactics prominent aids researcher Anthony found she said there are two eras in American medicine before Larry and
Larry Kramer, author known for his AIDS activism, dead at age 84
"Plate right writer and aids activist Larry Kramer has died CBS is Steve Caton writer Larry Kramer brought dramas to life in books on screen and on stage in plays such as the normal heart but it's the passion and activism Kramer brought to the fight against aids that is his true legacy he co founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one at a time when the disease was new and mysterious most of the country doesn't know about this cancer a few years later Kramer raise the stakes his new group act up
"steve caton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Stiller has died his son actor Ben Stiller confirmed it this morning on Twitter CBS correspondent Steve Caton takes a look back at Stiller's longer here in show business Jerry Stiller was a short man with a big sense of humor his first success came in the nineteen sixties in a comedy duo with his wife and Miro how long have we been seeing each other eight months that's a long time but a whole new generation got to know the actor in the nineteen nineties hit sitcom Seinfeld he was Frank Costanza father of George right follow that up with nine seasons on the king of queens as Arthur Spooner another TV father who was set in his ways you can think of a reason why I should get first I'd be delighted to know what it is Steve Chafin CBS news so funny Jerry Stiller was at ninety two years old I had a question would you go to a theme park these days maybe well what if it were in China thousands of people are doing just that today with the re opening of Shanghai Disneyland opened for the first time since January twenty fifth but with some new rules for one thing masks are now mandatory although you needn't worry if you forget to bring one because they're selling them at the park of course some of the ones are selling their even come with Mickey Mouse ears on them all Disney is also limiting the number of guests they're keeping some of the attractions close to meet social distancing guidelines but that isn't stopping people from going tickets for the first full week they sold out in just two hours wow wow that's so people are going to be a so what would you say I guess the lines would be shorter a little shorter yeah there's only gonna be they're not going to have full capacity well they're gonna be shorter in terms of the number of people in the but they're going to be longer because that'll be six feet apart right that's exactly right that's that's so what can I get on a roller coaster maybe twelve people now it is eight fifty four time to check on your money let's check in with David Johnson mascot we pull back from the opening and and we're down maybe a hundred eighty point your medico right now we're back down to a hundred six three times as many stocks down as of it looks like the usual suspects Boeing's down four dollars your caterpillars down to Goldman Sachs is down for the oil companies are pretty well holding their own crude is up twenty two cents right now twenty four ninety six is following a report out of Saudi Arabia that they're going to cut production by another million barrels per day wit which might help gold down six and a half dollars and ten year rates point six eight percent that is a virtually unchanged were saying the shares of AMC the movie giant rally forty percent off all reports out of not a great source usually the Daily Mail but out of a source anyway that suggested Amazon is sniffing around there the Fang stocks were the first to turn positive today all of our higher Facebook's up a little bit of a dive Amazon's up twenty three apples up three cents Netflix up five Google's up two dollars a share Tesla after a big run last week is down twenty three dollars a share they're having that fight with California and may end up moving everything to taxes will say the Dow's down to sixteen David Johnson news radio ten eighty KRLD thanks David phase two of Texas is re opening began over the weekend and the numbers continue to rise will have the latest.
"steve caton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Well let's take a look at the weather overnight cloudy chance of showers low forty seven Wednesday cloudy unseasonably cold with periods of rain developing and a high of fifty four degrees Thursday partly sunny not as cold a high of sixty five then on Friday showers likely mainly in the afternoon and a high of sixty for the weekend Saturday a cold blast bringing unseasonably cold weather windy and partly cloudy Saturday's high very chilly forty nine degrees Sunday mother's day near record cold especially in the morning it'll be partly sunny but chilly here in the afternoon and a high of fifty nine back to CBS an unusual traffic stop for police in the beehive state Steve Caton reports along a Utah highway state trooper Rick Morgan pulled over a driver who was swearing so badly he thought the person needed medical help it was pretty clear when the window came down was not expecting to find what he found was a five year old boy if the wheel who said he was going to California to buy a Lamborghini with the three dollars in his pocket he was able to head off when his teenage sister took a nap I see that the truck was gone he was gone and the kids are gone no one got hurt at the boy's parents came and picked him up Steve Cason CBS news front here airlines offering passengers a new option when booking seats for an extra thirty nine Bucks front you will make sure the seat next to you is empty airlines calling it a more room sees Simon with a confirmed empty middle seat designed for passengers one extra peace of mind during the corona virus pandemic or simply additional comfort Jim Shannon the CBS.
"steve caton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Radio right now it's sixty two degrees in Worcester fifty four in Marshfield mostly sunny and fifty four in Boston on the ring central news line need a good book while stuck at home here's some insight from CBS's Steve Caton the end of October is a novel about a virus that starts in Asia and spreads fast author Lawrence Wright started writing it in twenty seventeen his interest in pandemic started many years ago as a young reporter I did some stories out of the centers for disease control in Atlanta with a deep knowledge he did his own preps when the corona virus surfaced towards the end of January I was already stocking up on groceries and I'm thinking ordering mask and gloves and his main character in the book is a salute to epidemiologists who do the hard work they have no idea what they're dealing with but their mission is to find out and to stop the spread of Steve K. thing CBS news some states have begun loosening lockdown orders on their businesses even as they are confirmed U. S. death toll from the coronavirus soared past fifty two thousand Georgia South Carolina Oklahoma and Alaska are allowing stores which have been closed for weeks to reopen Beyonce say is joining the fight against the coronavirus CBS's Alison Keyes explains Beyonce say is getting into the fight against the corona virus in a very personal way since the deadly illnesses affecting people of color she has set.
"steve caton" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"L. ET canceled more from CBS news correspondent Steve Caton however you spell correctly will be declared a two thousand nineteen champion one of excitement last year but it will not be duplicated this year the scripts national spelling bee has now been canceled it had been postponed earlier because of the corona virus it means kids in the eighth grade this year will miss a last chance to compete one hundred fifty students said one regional contests and officials say they will figure out a way to recognize them the event had only been previously canceled because of World War two the first one was held back in nineteen twenty five Steve cave in CBS news something else that will not take place this year Germany is and will be your celebration Oktoberfest that too has been called off but on Thursday the National Football League will hold its annual draft that will be done online I'm Steve Futterman CBS news doctors like hell date twenty twenty right now health and medical industries are feeling the pressure of the code nineteen outbreak doctors are feeling that pressure nurses are feeling that pressure I'm definitely feeling that pressure and so I wanted to capture some of this journey it's a log of this scary adventure we're all on together I'm Esther Choo MD and this is my doctor's log go subscribe and radio dot com and wherever you get your podcasts radio dot com is helping Las Vegas stay connected we all know a senior citizen that we love and care about imagine that scene you're all alone in the midst of this global pandemic with nobody they know nearby.
"steve caton" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Correspondent Steve Caton the government says more than five million people filed for unemployment benefits last week so over the last month about twenty two million of assault benefits that's the worst stretch of job losses on record twelve million are now getting checks a number not seen since the end of the recession in twenty ten with nonessential businesses closed in other industries hurt too economists say unemployment this month could reach twenty percent a figure not seen since the Great Depression Steve K. for CBS news when will it get back to normal the president hopes soon and he's commissioned a panel on re opening the economy Republican whip congressman Steve Scalise is on that panel when we come back it's going to probably be a gradual pace where people are taking extra precautions in an old really getting to a place where we have a lot more comfort level that this disease is going to spread like it is spread before well it could be even longer wait for small business owners a key piece of the federal government stimulus efforts to help them has run out of money shelling out thousands of potential borrowers the U. S. small business administration says the paycheck protection program will not be accepting anymore applications for the three hundred forty nine billion dollar program shock at an overwhelmed New Jersey nursing home CBS is Gary Nunn police in Andover New Jersey northwest of New York City were tipped over the weekend about a body stored in an outdoor shed at the long term care facility seventeen bodies were found piled inside a cramped morgue inside the seven hundred bed nursing home the seventeen are among sixty eight recent deaths of the Andover subacute and rehab all those patients who remain seventy six have tested positive for the virus Gary Nunn CBS news the virus it's the U. S. military again correspondent Kathy McCormick says there are now fewer troops in the Middle East due to the outbreak NATO defense ministers met virtually yesterday and decided to adjust troop levels in Afghanistan from sixteen thousand down to twelve thousand the NATO secretary general insisted this will still be conditions based and the alliance remains committed to Afghanistan in Rome relations in the fact that pope Francis thanked and prayed for pharmacists during mass for a few priests and nuns at the Vatican New York governor Andrew Cuomo has now extended the state's state home shut down order until may fifteenth that is in about a month right now the Dow is down one eighty seven this is CBS news did you know you.
"steve caton" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Services on the internet for him and thousands of church leaders all over the country in New York the Reverend Calvin **** is used to preaching to a packed house at the Abyssinian Baptist church this is a serious matter good religion goes best with some common sense Steve Caton CBS news Vatican nearly empty late night Easter mass in St Peter's basilica pope Francis likened coronavirus used anxiety felt by Jesus's followers after his crucifixion New York governor Andrew Cuomo is keeping track of the pandemic numbers in his day terrible news is the number of lives lost seven hundred eighty three yesterday that is not an all time high he says it's not clear this is the peak of the pandemic it may well be just a plateau KCBS TV reporter Tom Waits is there's a huge demand for security guards during this pandemic with so many businesses closed or partially shut down security guards are apparently in high demand and it's not just store fronts the demand has been really high for hospitals needing security services they've added extra coverage is semi no matter is the president of city guard his company hires and staff security guards he's looking to hire five hundred guards because of a surge in demand and concerns about crime we've gone calls where people have been robbed we had a call that just came in from a client of ours that had fifteen golf cart stolen a judge has allowed Michael Avenatti to be temporarily freed from a federal jail in New York and write out the corona virus scare at a friend's house in Los Angeles the attorney who rose to fame representing porn star turned stormy Daniels and lawsuits against president trump had petition to be released to home confinement he said he was a high risk of getting the corona virus because he had a recent bout with pneumonia Avenatti is awaiting a June sentencing after he was convicted of trying to.
"steve caton" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"King in Orlando you're going to be hearing the R. word recession a lot after the government's devastating unemployment numbers here's correspondent Steve Caton the government says six point six million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week double the week before his number and a new record the problem is this is like a flood and the waters are still rising and it is going to some seem like these numbers are horrible for weeks on end CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger we are obviously in a recession already we usually only claim a recession in retrospect but it's clear from these numbers that we are there experts say the jobless rate could go as high as fifteen percent this month one White House adviser tells CBS news the numbers show the need for more money in a phase three stimulus deal for Americans in early trading the Dow is down thirty four points two days after government model showed as many as two hundred forty thousand possible deaths from the pandemic even if we all do the right things Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS this morning it could be much less than that with focusing on those who have symptoms getting them identified isolated trying to get contact tracing doing physical separation but what we will like to do really generally soon as they get a better feel for the totality of the infection in the community even those who recovered Connecticut's Ned Lamont is among governors who say they're waiting for more help from Washington there was promised.
"steve caton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Morning thank you for joining us on reported just saying that on Tom Jordan these are the top stories of a fifty one a bus driver shortages forcing the city to keep its buses in the garage this morning bus drivers say they are concerned for their safety because of the I'm going to run a virus crisis the city is asking people who depend on Detroit transportation buses to seek other forms of transportation to get to work or whatever they need to go and you heard it first right here from Tony Ortiz on W. W. J. Tom Brady announcing that he will leave the patriots and that his football journey will take place elsewhere will have more ahead CBS is Steve Caton has more the push for a vaccine and effective treatments for the corona virus health officials say the first Uman trial to evaluate a possible covert nineteen vaccine is under way but it may be another year to eighteen months before it becomes available CBS is doctor tearing the rule of the most promising candidate is a drug called red death severe it's being study both in China and the United States in clinical trials it is an anti viral that blocks the replication of the virus for treatment she says doctors have been trying HIV rheumatoid arthritis and flu drugs to see if there's some kind of magic bullet Steve case then CBS news metro Detroiters because of the corona virus are buying more guns here's Charlie he is the owner of action impact garden stores he says his business has tripled since the corona virus in fact ammunition is almost gone and Cusick is restricting ammo to those who buy new guns but why do you think the rush to buy goes bill gas they almost like it's like some type of it's going to be some type of zombie apocalypse or something urges the sense that I'm getting from them.
"steve caton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"At fifty seven and what cliff lake and here in Manhattan under partly sunny skies it's fifty nine degrees W. CBS news time is ten fifty well as the U. S. deals with more cases of the corona virus the federal reserve cut interest rates by half a percentage point today CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger says the fed's decision though may not really affect the economy after all it makes the cost of borrowing cheaper but the problem is that if people are worried about the spread of corona virus and are not traveling or not going out and shopping is much that that is not going to be cured by lower cost of borrowing while stocks rallied on Monday the full extent of the corona viruses economic damage is still unknown and has raised the risk of a recession and the virus has triggered the kind of buying we usually usually see before a major storm here CBS's Steve Caton supplies running out prices going up sounds like a panic when people are in a panic they're going to buy as much of it in both gone in a lot of places or things like hand sanitizer disinfectant wipes toilet paper and bottled water come here and see everything cleared out but experts say stocking up beyond a two week supply is unnecessary that would be the length of any type of quarantine but the corona viruses already triggered supply chain shortages for some things and that figures to expand in the weeks ahead Steve case and CBS news cosco's stock was up over eight percent yesterday as the superstore saw lines out the door at some of its stores over the weekend NBA players have been advised not to high five fans and to avoid items that are handed to them by fans like autograph pens markers balls or jerseys it's part of the league's efforts to prevent the spread of the virus players receive the memo with ten recommendations on Sunday W. CBS news time is ten fifty two right it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will.
"steve caton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Spending and for donating to Republican candidates for Congress well there's no investigation new information in the investigation into a fatal Tesla crash here's CBS's Steve Caton a federal panel says the driver of a Tesla SUV with auto pilot who died in the Silicon Valley crash two years ago was playing a video game on his phone at the time of the crash the national transportation safety board is making a final determination on the cause of the crash and will make recommendations to try to prevent it from happening again officials say that auto pilot system doesn't mean the vehicle can drive itself took him out of his lane of safety pointed them at a fixed concrete barrier then accelerated attorney mark Fong is suing Tesla on behalf of the late driver's family Steve case in CBS news W. CBS news time ten thirty six W. CBS news time is ten thirty eight it's time for traffic and weather together on the aids sponsored by the concession stores let's check in with involvement in Linda we do have some good news and the first to hear about it here in W. C. B. S. that the Staten Island bound out of bridge crossing all lanes have completely re open that a Staten Island bound only Jersey bound on the average that is still completely shut down as the clean up and investigation continues into the serious accident that happened earlier this morning if your destination is Brooklyn your gonna hit delays on the northbound west shore starting a victory Boulevard and on the eastbound side is that I'll expressway starting at Slauson Avenue because the upper level of the Verrazano bridge also was completely shut down but getting word now the one they might be re opened on the Verrazano bridge upper level to Brooklyn you have delays also heading on the Staten Island on the upper level as well coming off of the go honest but that is because of rubbernecking extravagantly less than ten minutes away and all the C. B. S. let's get a check of our weather forecast now over to the weather center and CBS two Phillies fans expect cloudy skies with drizzle and light rain on this Wednesday the high.
Trump complains "Parasite" won best picture Oscar
"This next story about president trump goes good with some popcorn the pericytes studio has hit back at trump's criticism of their movie of the year CBS news Steve Caton explained at a Colorado campaign rally last night president trump took a swipe at Oscar winning actor Brad Pitt and offered up a review of the Best Picture and the one we South Korea with trade on top of it they give them the best movie of the year it was a good the U. S. distributor for parasite shot back saying the president's comment on the subtitled movie was quote understandable he can't read Steve Cason
"steve caton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"steve caton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Came here's KDKA TV's Chris Hoffman corn and I won this match was around eight o'clock class I when that body was found in an apartment building on overland Avenue in the city view Kane now from what we can see investigators with the cane police in Allegheny county police were both at the same investigate the inside and outside of that apartment building it took several photos as they collected evidence as the gears are at the scene from eight class nine to around to this morning at this no details have been released about the person we've not been given their identity or even if they're a man or a woman the medical examiner's office has yet to release the cause of death a desperate call for help dialed in the a most unusual way here CBS's Steve Caton of fifty four year old woman on an interstate in rural South Carolina got her hands stuck between her car tyre and fender crushing them when the Jack flipped as she tried to change a flat CBS TV affiliate W. C. S. C. says she struggled for half an hour and then she was finally able to take all push you grab her cell phone and call for help with her chose ten minutes later police arrive the woman's injuries to her hands and fingers are said to be severe Steve case and CBS news on Wall Street pepper intelligence as the Dow is ahead four hundred thirty six points and twenty eight thousand eight thirty five the nasdaq is up one hundred fifty two points the S. and P. is ahead by forty eight in sports college hoops tonight number twenty two Penn state is at number sixteen Michigan state it's eleven oh.
Amazon workers criticize company on climate despite job risk
"And in a David and Goliath story a small number of workers risk their jobs by challenging their employer to be better when it comes to the climate they call themselves Amazon employees for climate justice a group of workers at the online giant who gathered three hundred employees to sign on to a statement critical of the company's record on climate change they did it in a post on the blog site medium the organizer say Amazon sent them letters that threatened to fire them if they continue to speak out publicly last year more than eight thousand staffers called on Amazon to cut its carbon emissions and end its use of fossil fuels Amazon says it's already made pledges following to use one hundred percent renewable energy by twenty thirty Steve Caton
Monty Python star Terry Jones dies aged 77
"Three a member of the Monty Python comedy troupe has died he was seventy seven years old here's Steve Caton resort Justin that Monty Python star Terry Jones has died yeah eight scene from the film life of Brian Jones was seventy seven he had suffered from
"steve caton" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Steve Caton has the details eleven count federal indictment accuses Catherine Pugh of abusing her office for personal gain you a Democrat resigned as Baltimore's mayor in may after authorities began looking into whether she arranged box sales of her healthy Hawley books to disguise hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks federal agents raided her offices homes and other locations seizing money transfer receipts laptop compact discs and one hundred thousand dollar check from the university of Maryland medical system to use healthy Holly company Steve Capus CBS news jury selection began today in the trial of a lawyer a restaurant owner accused of drugging and sexually assaulting eight women over a nine year period sixty one year old Daniel Dorado the owner of voce del Mar a an Italian style restaurant and bird rock is charged with thirty five felonies including rape of an unconscious person and rape of an intoxicated person prosecutors allege Dorado met the victims who ranged in age from twenty two to fifty eight at local bars and restaurants sometimes under the guise of a job interview a victory of sorts for those hoping to overturn a ban on dog and cat sales in pet stores in the city in National City that is the story next life source water is a whole house system V. bast been around for over thirty five years is what we have you get great tasting great feeling water out of every tap in your home and now life sources doing something special for you this holiday season for San Diego residents for a limited time life source will pay your sales tax you can save up to a thousand dollars on clean delicious worry free water for your home this Black Friday sale only happens once a year to take advantage now before it's too late life source water taste and feel the difference six one nine three five zero eight four nine nine or wife source water dot com your money your well intelligent guess analogy I.
Actress Valerie Harper dies at 80
"As the theme song for the old Mary Tyler Moore show says love is all around for actress Valerie Harper who died yesterday after a long battle with cancer CBS's Steve Caton Valerie Harper was a Broadway dancer turned television extra when she got her big break on CBS's of the Mary Tyler Moore show Morgenstern Rhoda Mary's neighbor best friend and sidekick what was the last time you went out with someone really to read
"steve caton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Had been operating out of Toledo what's in would swap cubic zirconia diamonds for real diamonds wall store clerks were distracted police finally caught up with these quotes crux excuse me in Kenwood that is near grand rapids the wood stock stage is still around fifty years after the concert defined a generation here CBS's Steve Caton from now on from the announcements to the music a lot happened on the stage at Woodstock Steve gold filed the stage a few years ago retracing his steps through upstate New York it was like oh my god I can't believe this is still here it was sold to someone who used it as a paddle ball court he authenticated it and now he's selling pieces of it online in frames and pendants there's something magical about the some of the proceeds go to five charities Steve case and CBS news well that didn't last long Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have separated after less than a year of marriage a rep for the singer says the pair decided a break was best with a focus on themselves and careers Cyrus and Hemsworth who starred in the hunger games films have been on and off again as a couple for more than a decade they married in December the representative says the pair will remain dedicated parents to all of the animals that they share WWJ news time is eleven forty three we talk about the pistons coming up in sports that's next celebrate sizzling spring weekend with amazing savings at your local sprint store August ninth tenth and eleven.
Netflix deletes suicide scene from "13 Reasons Why"
"This is of a controversial TV show of taken action after several groups spoke out about the scene in an old episode here CBS correspondent Steve Caton Netflix has removed a graphic suicide scene from an episode in season one of the hit show thirteen reasons why you still there don't kill yourself posters up on the wall they weren't up before mental health experts expressed concern the scene glorified suicide since its launch thirteen reasons why has drawn praise and condemnation the show's season three launches later on this summer Steve case and CBS
"steve caton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Tigers Steve Caton CBS news it's two forty nine the traffic though for you the blue route southbound is slow from Broomall upper Darby to I ninety five in southern California is shook once again it's a four point nine magnitude aftershock reported this morning you're ridgecrest one week after a seven point one magnitude earthquake struck that region the latest from work without a hundred fifty miles away area rattle by thousands of aftershocks since a magnitude six point four quake struck back on July fourth this one is by far the biggest server in hundreds of aftershocks since last Friday nights magnitude seven point one earthquake near ridgecrest but this was by far the biggest it was four point nine and it was felt one hundred fifty miles away the strongest aftershock until this morning was a magnitude three point nine the strongest aftershock until today is a magnitude three point nine an Italian court decides they have the wrong man according this is silly and capital Paletta more ruled today that a merry trained man extradited from sit down because he was suspected of being a human trafficking king pen known as the general was not the right man you're a trained men have been arrested in a coffee shop in Khartoum and extradited to Italy three years ago the court ruled that it was a case of mistaken identity the defendant cried with joy at the ruling Sabina castle Franco's CBS news Rome it's two fifty the more hardline centers ratings are in the society for the rest of surgeons awarded to bore three out of three stars for outstanding results in heart surgery and charity navigator rank or a foundation four out of four stars for financial health and accountability and Medicare's elite ranking system awarded its highest rating to do more a five out of five stars because of an all star team is another winning season for divorce start winning for your heart health and demand a more a dot org you our Moyer pool and spa manager Jeff loves dogs so in twenty sixteen she adopted a five month old puppy named call now from wags referral and rescue the experience was so successful that just has fostered fourteen dogs while they waited for permanent home according to Jeff fostering dogs in finding loving homes brings joy to everyone we're proud of our employees.
"steve caton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I cook a died Tuesday at the age of ninety four CBS news correspondent Steve Caton our Chrysler LeBaron series nobody has anything like them not and no carmaker had anyone like Lee Iacocca as a pitchman or as a CEO he started at Ford where he was one of the executives behind the Mustang he moved up the corporate ladder to become company president but after clashing with company chairman Henry Ford he was fired I a coca then became head of Chrysler which was on the verge of going under he made headlines by taking a one dollar a year salary while getting Congress to guarantee a billion and a half dollars in loans it paid off the company turned around Steve Caton CBS news a military jury in San Diego acquitted navy seal Edward Gallagher on charges of committing murder in Iraq special operations chief had been accused of fatally stabbing a wounded ISIS prisoner in twenty seventeen CBS news correspondent Jonathan Bagley RD Gallagher's attorney described the trial as a mutiny led by junior seals that didn't like his clients demanding leadership style the two week trial was rocked by shocking moments including a stunning admission from a prosecution witness navy seal Corey Scott who said he and not Gallagher kill the injured ISIS fighter Gallagher was found guilty of posing in photographs with the dead war casualties the Los Angeles angels played their first game since Monday's death of their picture twenty seven year old Tyler Skaggs he died Monday in his hotel room in Arlington Texas police say they do not suspect foul play this is first baseman Justin bore reserve your your sorrow for Skaggs family.
50 Years After Stonewall Riots, Some LGBTQ Youth Still Struggle With Acceptance
"Wraps up folks marked the fiftieth anniversary Friday of one right it's began at the Stonewall inn in New York City a police raid led the backlash that fuel the modern day gay rights movement CBS news correspondent David bag no has more just recently the NYPD commissioner James o'neal apologized to the gay community the actions in the laws were discriminatory and oppressive to remember where you were when you decided I have to do this I wasn't sure I was going to do it until I got to tell you quite frankly this is not this is this has to be done otherwise actually is not going to be the place that aids the bank and correspondent Steve Caton talk with a meat Paley he C. E. O. of the Trevor project that's the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth thirty nine percent of L. G. B. T. Q. young people and more than half of transgender a non binary you'd say they've seriously considered suicide troubling numbers they are troubling and their heart breaking and frankly in twenty nineteen I think many of us hope that we would not still be at the point where LGBTQ youth were facing discrimination and isolation that would lead to these numbers so for us it's important that people know that fifty years after the Stonewall uprising there's been a huge amount of progress but there is still so much more work to do now you man the phones at that your organization and you've talked to people what are they saying about the things they face well a lot of young people that reach out to us are worried they're worried about what is going to happen if they come out and let people know who they are and who they love they might be worried about what that would look like from their parents other members of their family friends people at school faith communities even their therapists and one PM people reach out to us we are we don't live and we tell them there may be people in your life you may not accept you for being who you are but we want you to know that there are many many people in the world who will not only accept you for being who you are but will celebrate you for being who you are and I want you to know that I'm one of those people and I'm proud of you for being who you are now this was in USA today the other day you might think young people are more accepting these days of a lot of issues not just this but this survey found forty five percent in the eighteen to thirty four age range they were comfortable interacting with L. G. B. T. Q. people last year but that's down from sixty three percent just a couple of years ago so what what do you think that shift is going on yeah I was a very upsetting study and I think one of the things we have to recognize is that progress is not necessarily I'm always moving forward there can be a box lights there can be people having rights removed from them and we I think we've seen that in the past few years after decades and decades of it increasing acceptance and support and legal rights for LGBT Q. people we have seen in the past few years rights taken away that's particularly impacted a lot of trans gender and non binary young people but at the Trevor project we saw the day after the presidential election in twenty sixteen our call volume more than doubled from LGBTQ youth who were worried about what was going on in the political climate and I think that that makes really clear to us that words do matter policies and laws are important but when there is hateful rhetoric in the political discourse and in the broader culture that trickles down and has an effect on young people and you talk about that broad national reaction so often it depends on where you live I mean in certain states laws are different people are different in how they deal with these issues that's absolutely right and there are some rights that are federal and national but I think a lot of people in the U. S. don't realize they're still many states were things that I think people thought were outlawed decades ago or centuries ago are still legal one of those is conversion therapy and for those who don't know what that is it's the discredited and dangerous practice of trying to change someone's sexual orientation or gender identity it is still legal today in thirty two states in the country so there is still a lot of work to do and a lot of states and communities where there are still horrific practices and things being done to LGBTQ youth service your group direct people who might be dealing with the thoughts of suicide or something like that to to get to the right place where they can get some supporters or get to some people who can help them out we do we provide a number of different types of support for LGBT cute so we run the only twenty four seven phone taxed and shot services for LGBTQ youth so they can reach out to us if they want to pick up the phone tax shot however they want to get help there is a counselor there who is ready to