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"steve harrigan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"President trump blaming antifa another far left groups for inciting violence during the protests and tweeted today that he's designating antifa as a terrorist group we did hear from the Attorney General saying it is time to stop watching the violence and confronted and to stop it but the continued violence and destruction of property endangers the lives and livelihoods of others and interferes with the right of peaceful protesters as well as other citizens Armen of justice of course also investigating what happened with George Ford looking into the civil rights case in addition to the criminal case that's happening in Minnesota fox's mark Meredith Minneapolis saw its calmest night since the protests began there last week after the police showed a much stronger presence used tear gas and rubber bullets their goal was to break up the protesters early on the protesters for the riders this is very different from previous nights where they pretty much stayed back and let things burn there were about a hundred arrests overnight eighty percent of those arrests coming locally from people from Minnesota but no major fires burned so a real turnaround here overnight I think the people here really hope that that continues for another night as the sun goes down here today Steve Harrigan and target and CVS announced they will close some locations including those damaged during protests in Minneapolis last week target close their shortened hours more than two hundred stores over the weekend but this says most would re open by tomorrow CVS is close stores in twenty states and the district of Columbia America is listening to fox news warm front lifts through midweek and we are going to get some high temperatures in here by Wednesday temperatures will be doing a slow climb tonight though fall back to around fifty clear skies will see some upper.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Under way here today you grab the ring as this meeting goes on really an area which has been hit hard by very different behavior overnight the governor has vowed though that things are going to be different tonight he said they will be out early and that there will be no violence on the streets tonight Steve Harrigan meanwhile a young man was killed in Detroit after someone fired shots into a vehicle during a protest there last night and in Oakland California contract federal security officer was killed another injured outside the U. S. court house the thirties are calling it an act of domestic terrorism America is listed fox news this is the moment when America comes together in fox news channel is with you every step of the way there are so many publishing stories people helping each other America's best shine brightest when needed the most the spirit of generosity has been enormous so we're not going to we are resilient thanks to her says America we know get together fox news channel fox news broadcast network download and listen to living the dream fox news channel Shannon bream we're hoping those things work in this case if the corona virus that we're dealing with now does it mutate tremendously between now and the fall it's still the one we're making a vaccine against is still effective in the fall we'll have a vaccine subscribe and listen now going to fox news podcasts dot com America is listening to fox news New York City.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To re opening beaches in public spaces just in time for summer well health officials double down on the dangers of opening too early fox's Steve Harrigan reports the results so far are a mixed bag here in Georgia which is one of the most aggressive states to re open there's been no spike in new virus cases however in Texas which re opened three weeks ago there has been a spike in new cases the highest single day total of new cases since the pandemic began opening schools is a big factor experts say a vaccine by fall is unlikely the southeast is watching tropical storm Arthur as it crawls closer to the North Carolina coastline right now minor flooding and rough seas are expected Arthur form Saturday of Florida marking the sixth straight year a name storm developed before the official June first start of the Atlantic hurricane season America is listening to fox news not really cutting in the great American of course on Friday Nancy Pelosi the Democrats desire to spend an additional three trillion dollars to bail out to California Connecticut New Jersey another democratically democratically controlled areas and there were very few objections they were about fourteen to sixteen Democrats who voted against it basically all the Republicans did including congressman Thomas Massie of northern Kentucky and a congressman Thomas Massie welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and congressman how are you I'm doing good bill how are you doing well now first of all what the hell happened on Friday no committee hearings no witnesses simply remote control voting what the hell happened well made people he rolled out wish listers socialists wish list she called it the corona two point oh or whatever but there was fifty billion dollars in this bill for the EPA environmental justice grants whatever that means a room of our mental injustice so I would imagine this is going to find a whole bunch of liberal green new deal situations correct yeah that more than doubled their budget and then it ten million dollars for the national endowment of the arts ten million for national endowment for the humanities but you know what we gotta do bills we gotta open the economy and this bill that Nancy Pelosi had on the floor which by the way it passed although there were some of her members who defected fourteen Democrats who didn't vote for it some of them thought it was too reckless and someone thought it wasn't reckless enough but but they think that the main thing in it that I think is most hurtful is that it stands the six hundred dollars a week and tell January twenty twenty one these are thirty so explain that because I know some small business owners have a hard time getting their own employees back because we take them for five hundred Bucks a week from the state at six hundred Bucks to it that's like fifty five thousand dollars a year tax free explain what that means well and I hear the same thing myself bill here in Kentucky I have people that small businesses who sent me the text threads of their exchanges with their employees were just trying to get him to come back to work and employees say you know I'd really like to come back to work but I can't afford it because I'm getting this extra money for staying at home right and so now the businesses the small businesses that would have qualified for the PPP the payroll protection plan they can't qualify for because in order to qualify you have to get your employee to come back to work and they can't get him to come back to work so Nancy Pelosi is basically in this bill she would say stay home until January twenty twenty one which is just after the election Hey just after the election now I am going to bet that even though this bill passed it's not going to pass the Senate okay now the impact Mitchell called that that on arrival and and Donald Trump says he's not going to sign it but I'm worried yeah this is the starting point for negotiation and there will probably be some kind of extension in there that will go on there's let me take another step in the Gulf good five five billion for internet at home a hundred billion for the department of education that's an extra hundred billion for the department education schools aren't even open right there is there's a lot of money fifteen billion that goes into the a section of the highway code that covers recreational trails and bike trails and pedestrian projects so he's going to find bike trail during all of this there is the transit emergency relief and your listeners be interested in this of the fifteen billion in this bill allocated for public transportation twelve billion is set aside for grants urbanized areas with populations of three million or more now here's the problem the Cincinnati metro area falls short of this threshold at two point one two million which is part of your problem more last part of your geo you course you're in northern Kentucky but it was hard at Eric about all kinds of smaller rural counties whether it's Wisconsin Michigan taxes wouldn't qualify either right they won't qualify but even if Citi as largest Cincinnati won't qualify so this is clearly a bail out for subways in New York and Washington DC but talking about well we're talking about New York and California here something else thank you policies that Chuck Schumer I'm sure he has to do with this they slipped into the house bill there is presently there's a cap on how much of your state and local taxes you can deduct from your federal taxes and this mostly affects the more a fluent people in New York and California in other words Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi's donors and what they have done is lifted that cap in this bill so that their rich donors can get a tax break out of this bill in New York and California that so that was put in here another another twelve hundred dollars for everybody you know it goes on and on it was so bad that even Democrats so much and given Newson the governor California one of the one of the morning talk shows and he talked about bailing out the California Chicago being bailed out New York in other words those live in Ohio Kentucky Indiana smaller states and well run states like Texas and and Florida would be bailing out of paying taxes to pay off the bad decisions all over urban America and all over the pension system and he says is the patriotic thing to do is there a sense the way the house is now constructed that thing by itself would probably pass under Nancy Pelosi but it would not have passed like three four years ago and the Republicans but my point is going to be look if you have Joe Biden who I don't think it's ever going to be the nominee of the Democratic Party they're not that stupid to put him up whoever the democratic nominee is nope them with Pelosi and help them with Schumer something like that would pass and many parts of this of America will be paying for the problems in California financially that's right the the taxpayers in Indiana and Ohio Kentucky would be bailing out years decades of bad decisions in blue states like New York and California and that's and that is in this bill okay that's in this bill and it passed in other words the bail out for New York and California their state governments and they won't it won't make it through the Senate hopefully but what I'm worried about it and like I said at the beginning here this is the starting point for negotiation now and they need they need sixty votes to get anything through the Senate so well no it's not it's not going anywhere in its present form but palace added the president has said it trump is set at the basically we have to do something but that something cannot be bailing out blue states at the expense of red states and I just I just I just ran off again the the real clear politics which is which is the CDC and other demarcations I look at some deep blue states that are having tremendous problems including Cuomo in New York who put the older folks released from hospitals and nursing homes which caused the death of five thousand older citizens and you said earlier today that after old people die I can imagine if you had said something like that about but in New York there's a hundred forty five deaths per one hundred thousand new Jersey eleven hundred per one hundred thousand Massachusetts is eighty three per one hundred thousand Michigan is about five hundred per one hundred thousand in the media applauds Witmer and they applaud Cuomo but states such as a red states may I say Ohio has about sixteen deaths per one hundred thousand Georgians sixteen Texas has thirteen Virginia has ten so the the the red states tend to do a lot better in the blue states and congressman Thomas Massie when I run down this list there's little or no correlation between states that were not shut down as opposed to states that were shut down for example in a state like Wyoming it comes down to one person one hundred thousand they didn't shut down in West Virginia they didn't shut downs for per one hundred thousand and two states that shut down and then shut down your the same often the same result so then why is your home state of Kentucky star largely shut down well I look at this list Kentucky Kentucky has seven deaths per one hundred thousand in Kentucky and of the seven three Oren congregate settings of nursing homes that means in the general population there's about four deaths per one hundred thousand and governor Beshear still has Kentucky large easily shut down why that's right well we're ready date with blue governor and it's irrational the policies they apply in New York should not be applied to Kentucky but some of these some of these Democrat governors are basically trying to get the attention of Joe Biden said that he would be right right right what more mainly what Marin Cuomo I guess yeah but and and then and then you've got the other governors like our own governor who just cribbing off of what they're doing and it's ridiculous part for Kentucky I mean in fact outside of the you know the major metropolitan areas there it is it's less than the flu I mean I hate to say that if people get mad when you say that but once you get outside a major metropolitan areas and then the statistic you quoted for Kentucky is actually true in almost all the state thirty eight of the fifty states I have the number here for the seasonal flu deaths CDC ten year average your state of Kentucky is seven oh seven I presently is three hundred thirty four of died of covert nine nineteen that means less than half of the flu I don't think your stay to shut down ineffective you took away the five counties around the Empire State Building if you take away New York City and the two or three counties in Connecticut in two or three in New Jersey they have over half the entire problem and that drives the narrative by Kentucky which is a red state with the blue governor has less than half the deaths of the seasonal flu at Nevada for example has also last dance from this than the seasonal flu but in Nevada they're also largely shut down with the casinos do you think politically I hear the president say this that that the Democrats want to have a failing economy to run against him remember the third oh absolutely I I think they wanted to be as bad as bad as it can be and the other thing that you said bill that I have to agree with because I've looked at on a state by state basis is that in a lot of the states it's over over half the deaths are in nursing homes selling Kentucky at the high percentage it may not be half but it's probably at least thirty percent and and I think you had that number already quoted like three of the seven right out of a hundred thousand right we if we had spent one percent of the money that we spent in the omnibus bills I'm just taking care of the nursing homes right we gotta cut did the impact of this is this virus and half that way and kept the economy open because this is the other thing is that you're gonna start to see how many people have not a cancer screening during the shutdown and we know like for cancer diabetes and heart disease and high blood pressure and all these other complications the sooner you used you start treating those things the the last say cost to treat them and the more.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Truly open the economy's effectively we've got to get children back in school in the fall fox's Steve Harrigan as it reopens region by region New York focusing on providing testing for the corona virus now we have more testing capacity more sites that were actually using we have drive inside second do fifteen thousand per day were doing about five thousand per day governor Andrew Cuomo actually was tested for the virus at today's briefing and he urged people with symptoms to get a test the trump administration is trying to do what's never been done before develop a vaccine for covert nineteen by the end of the year health and Human Services secretary Alex azar explains we had a hundred candidates originally we've narrowed it to fourteen and we're gonna keep narrowing that down to maybe four five six that we really place the big financial bets behind and drive on and we might actually have multiple vaccines some of appropriate for different populations in different settings as we said as we see the data gets generated here on CBS face the nation aides are says the goal is to have three hundred million doses of vaccine by January America is listening fox news for the for the federal credit union homewards traffic center traffic means mostly later in Tampere highways as we get further into the evening two thirty five is moving up to speed throughout the bay area at this time thirty five southbound near Apollo beach is also due to construction in the area but the rest is only five both north and southbound lanes is moving up to speed I for is looking good both east and west this only expressways reporting any major problems at this time of the veterans is clear out through citrus county however there's plenty of traffic in both directions on.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A number of different states it began to re open their economies early it does seem to be at this point so far still a mixed bag here in Georgia which is one of the most aggressive stage three open there's been no spike in new virus cases however in Texas which reopens three weeks ago there has been a spike in new cases the highest single day total of new cases since the pandemic began eighteen hundred and one in Texas Matt sexes officials say the reason is because of more testing and a number of governors say to truly open the economy's effectively we've got to get children back in school in the fall fox's Steve Harrigan as it re opens region by region New York focusing on providing testing for the corona virus now we have more testing capacity more sites that were actually using we have drive inside second do fifteen thousand per day we doing about five thousand per day governor Andrew Cuomo actually was tested for the virus at today's briefing and he urged people with symptoms to get a test the trump administration is trying to do what's never been done before develop a vaccine for covert nineteen by the end of the year health and Human Services secretary Alex azar explains we had a hundred candidates originally we've narrowed it to fourteen and we're gonna keep narrowing that down to maybe four five six that we really place the big financial bets behind and drive on and we might actually have multiple vaccines some of appropriate for different populations in different settings as we said as we see the data gets generated here on CBS face the nation aides are says the goal is to have three hundred million doses of vaccine by January America.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"More public spaces just in time for the summer but health officials are warning about the dangers of doing it too quickly when you take a look at the situation and number of different states it began to re open their economies early it does seem to be at this point so far still a mixed bag here in Georgia which is one of the most aggressive states to re open there's been no spike in new virus cases however in Texas which re opened three weeks ago there has been a spike in new cases the highest single day total of new cases since the pandemic began eighteen hundred and one in Texas that Texas officials say the reason is because of more testing and a number of governors say to truly open the economy's effectively we've got to get children back in school in the fall fox's Steve Harrigan as it re opens region by region New York focusing on providing testing for the corona virus now we have more testing capacity more sites that were actually using we have drive inside second do fifteen thousand per day we doing about five thousand per day governor Andrew Cuomo actually was tested for the virus at today's briefing and he urged people with symptoms to get a test the trump administration is trying to do what's never been done before develop a vaccine for covert nineteen by the end of the year health and Human Services secretary Alex azar explains we had a hundred candidates originally we've narrowed it to fourteen and we're gonna keep narrowing that down to maybe four five six that we really place the big financial bets behind and drive on and we might actually have multiple vaccines some of appropriate for different populations in different settings as we said as we see the data gets generated here on CBS face the nation aides are says the goal is to have three hundred million doses of vaccine.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"President talks to the nation I'm still here fox news a virtual town hall with president trump getting underway on the fox news channel this our the president expected to talk about steps the White House will continue to take in order to keep the economy alive he's also likely going to talk about the state's re opening and the underlying concerns many of these states which are beginning to reopen have not hit the basic federal benchmark that's two weeks of a steady decline in new coronavirus cases torture has been one of the most aggressive states when it comes to re opening businesses however not all business people share the governor's confidence fifty restaurants took out a full page ad in a newspaper here saying they were not going to re open yet because they simply don't have confidence they can keep themselves safe and their clients say two major shopping malls in land also scheduled to reopen on Friday those plans suddenly put on hold Steve Harrigan the drooping economy also expected to be a hot topic at tonight's town hall the White House is bracing for a dismal jobs report the latest job numbers for April those are due out by the end of this week and the White House even predicting that the unemployment rate could reach as high as some nineteen percent in ministration has been working hard with the paycheck protection program to make sure money is getting out to keep people on the payroll we learned today that two point two million loans have been issued that me because more than a hundred and seventy five billion dollars going out the average loan sizes some seventy nine thousand dollars the White House seeming to embrace the idea of a payroll tax cut but not fully embraced the idea of another stimulus check going out that some members of Congress would like to see happen Sox's mark Meredith at the White House imprisoned members of ISIS rioted and took control of a prison in northeast Syria for several hours today Kurdish led authorities negotiated an end to the unrest the riot began yesterday at a prison in the city of house.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Indianapolis the president talks to the nation on zero zero fox news a virtual town hall with president trump getting underway on the fox news channel this our the president expected to talk about steps the White House will continue to take in order to keep the economy alive he's also likely going to talk about the state's re opening and the underlying concerns many of these states which are beginning to reopen have not hit the basic federal benchmark that's two weeks of a steady decline in new coronavirus cases torture has been one of the most aggressive states when it comes to re opening businesses however not all business people share the governor's confidence fifty restaurants took out a full page ad in a newspaper here saying they were not going to re open yet because they simply don't have confidence they can keep themselves safe and their clients say two major shopping malls in land also scheduled to reopen on Friday those plans suddenly put on hold Steve Harrigan the drooping economy also expected to be a hot topic at tonight's town hall the White House is breaking for a dismal jobs report the latest job numbers for April those are due out by the end of this week and the White House even predicting that the unemployment rate could reach as high as some nineteen percent ministration has been working hard with the paycheck protection program to make sure money is getting out to keep people on the payroll we learned today that two point two million loans have been issued at me because more than a hundred and seventy five billion dollars going out the average loan sizes some seventy nine thousand dollars the White House we need to embrace the idea of a payroll tax cut but not fully embraced the idea of another stimulus check going out that some members of Congress would like to see happen Sox's mark Meredith at the White House imprisoned members of ISIS rioted and took control of a prison in northeast Syria for several hours today Kurdish led authorities negotiated an end to the unrest the riot began yesterday at a prison in the city of house again America is listening.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on KTOK
"The virus for those with no insurance fox's Steve Harrigan at CDC headquarters in Atlanta at the White House anyone in close contact with president trump or the vice president is having their temperature taken the president has said he will most likely get tested New York City confirming its first corona virus death this was an eighty two year old woman had an underlying respiratory illness emphysema for which she had been hospitalized previously governor Andrew Cuomo says the state has five hundred twenty four cases that's the most in the nation New York has one drive through testing site up and running and hopes to have a second next week you may have noticed store shelves are virtually empty I ask everyone to please use their heads get a few extra items when you go out please fill in your basement with two years worth the cans to this means your neighbor we'll have to go without Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker America's listening to fox news when it comes to news weird there news radio one thousand Katie okay Oklahoma's first years the first presumptive positive coping nineteen case in Oklahoma county has been confirmed in a news release last night the Oklahoma state department of health confirms that a woman in her sixties who recently traveled to Florida is presumptive positive for covert nineteen there are now four confirmed Coba nineteen cases in Oklahoma all Oklahoma state university athletic team activities have been suspended until March twenty ninth the university's ticket office released a statement last night saying all conference and non conference competition are canceled through the end of the academic year including spring sports that compete beyond the academic year the state of Oklahoma is price gouging statute is now in effect triggered by president trump's emergency declaration regarding the corona virus pandemic it prohibits an increase of more than ten percent for the price of goods and services I'm Marco Moreno rain showers moving into eastern Oklahoma right now those clouds starting to draw back here as we continue on through the day temperatures are going to warm up here as a warm front lifts northward will have low to middle sixties as we finish things out tonight a little bit cooler out there temps that lower forties and a cooler day tomorrow mid fifties for high temperatures will have quite a few clouds out there and some afternoon evening rain showers for our Sunday that's all of your latest weather forecast for the forward storm team meteorologist Aaron Brackett newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com tired of your high wireless bill would love your phone we understand now you can bring your phone to sprint and get an unlimited plan for just thirty five dollars a month per line plus we'll give you a three hundred dollar prepaid MasterCard just for switching this is a sprint store sprint dot com or call eight hundred sprint one today on the Medicaid starts feedback from the usual supply offering coverage not available everywhere with autopay excludes taxes surcharges and roaming subject credit thirty dollar activation fee and restrictions apply three hundred dollar offer parts for online registration card terms conditions and exclusions apply member FDIC celebrate the big two oh two oh with T. mobile switch now get two lines for just ninety Bucks and two new iPhone eleven on us so you can take a portrait bill for two with the ultra wide camera cute furry into T. mobile you get two lines for ninety Bucks into iPhone eleven supplied us with qualifying trade twenty four credits well qualified buyers without a pay plus taxes or fees if you cancel within twenty four credits you may go up to the full value of your device of six ninety nine ninety nine contact us qualifying ported finance agreements required here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke.
Turkey, Russia agree to clear Kurdish fighters and control the Syria-Turkey border
"The five day cease fire between Turkey and the Kurds extended after negotiation between Turkey and Russia the new agreement calls for joint Russian and Syrian government patrols beginning in one hundred fifty hours to ensure the absence of any Kurdish fighters in the safety zone within eighteen miles of the border between Syria and Turkey Russia's influence in the conflict has grown since the withdrawal of US forces from Syria after several hours of talks in Sochi Russia Turkish president air to want refer to Russian president Putin as my dear friend boxes Steve Harrigan and your bill the wrong Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer again blasting president trump for pulling most US troops out of Sirius a clear demonstration of the president's feckless nous when it comes to dealing with dictators this one of the worst decisions in decades it puts Americans here in the homeland in danger the chair of the Senate foreign relations committee says sanctions could be imposed on Turkey for
Pence and Pompeo to travel to Turkey to discuss cease-fire in Syria
"News secretary of state Mike Pompeii getting ready to go to Turkey today with vice president pence to tell the Turkish leader see he needs to stop at the stop the incursion into Syria and Turkey's president is that he will talk to them about a cease fire only to president trump fox's Steve Harrigan's in northern Syria this military operation by Turkey now in its eighth day and it still shows no sign of slowing up Turkish officials say they intend to push forward to form a twenty mile buffer a safe zone to clear the entire region of current fighters in air to what has been adamant saying he will not negotiate with the current so he calls terrorists know the president is that this morning after he goes into Syria it's not our
Still reeling from Dorian, Bahamas hit by tropical storm
"Tropical storm Alberto now pass the Bahamas but not before dumping more rain on the island chain which is still cleaning up from hurricane Doria fifty mile per hour winds and seven hundred eighty five but a real concern is from the rain we could get up to six inches of rain you see people on those islands really just trying to scrap together some shelter often with no electricity just using hammers and blue tarps trying to shelter from the storm this new tropical storm has complicated their efforts and also aid efforts as well it's also complicated the recovery effort there's been a slow steady increase in the body care and it's up to fifty two now people killed by Dorian and this storm has made it harder for those search and recovery operations to continue keep in mind authority still say thirteen hundred people missing from Dorian fox's Steve Harrigan in the
"steve harrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Bless you boxes Steve Harrigan reporting reports in Iran's begun injecting uranium gas into its advanced centrifuges a clear violation of the twenty fifteen nuke deal the secretary of defense reacts I'm not surprised that Iran has announced that it's going to violate the JC PO a they have been violating it they were. they had violated the nuclear nonproliferation treaty for many years so it's no surprise that the a a ranger going to pursue with the reins of always intended to pursue mark asper currently meeting with his French counterpart discussing issues facing the US and the U. America's. W. O. A. I. local news an argument in the parking lot of the Walmart and van der and mainland this morning ended with one man shot in the head and another on the run police say the argument quickly escalated detectives don't know yet what caused it or whether the two men knew each other the victim was rushed to university hospital in extremely critical condition the shooter sped away up and terra towards sixteen oh four governor Abbott eight executive orders mainly place burdens on police departments and there are doubts the police department will be able to meet the governor's deadlines the goal is to improve the reporting investigation of suspicious behavior in order to prevent mass shootings this includes the coordination of intelligence between federal state and local law enforcement as well as school districts in mental health professionals former fort worth sheriff turned consultant Jeffrey hall stand we really really have to give them technology and tools to instantly collaborate twenty four seven so that nothing falls through the cracks because the one case that falsely a crack in the comes an active shooter everyone's gonna think the system has failed when it could have prevented hundreds before that at the capitol Chris fox news radio twelve hundred WOAI news four San Antonio is reporting that San Antonio park an airport officers are suing the city court documents reveal the officers are calling for equal pay between them an essay P. D. officers Ricky pull an attorney representing the San Antonio park police officers association says the city has failed to recognize park an airport officers as San Antonio police officers the lawsuit is expected to be served to the city next week in sports.
Coast Guard helps with rescues in Bahamas as Dorian moves toward US coast
"Dozens of rescues made in the northern Bahamas where there is widespread destruction from Dorian or watching these survivors come off the helicopters some really emotional reunions we saw US Coast Guard pilots basically carry people off helicopters all morning many these people really fought with every ounce of strength they had this to stay alive two days this storm sat over those northern islands in the Bahamas and when they got the helicopters many then had nothing left that had to be carried this is Steve Harrigan in Nassau which the government officials are emphasizing remains open for business along with other parts of the country spared by the storm as a painful recovery
‘Dorian Won’t Budge’: Bahamas Hammered by Slow-Moving Hurricane
"At least five people are dead in the Bahamas after slow moving hurricane Dorian blew over the islands overnight in the US more than one million people along the east coast from Florida up to South Carolina under a mandatory evacuation order right now turning slowly towards Florida where fox's Steve Harrigan's tracking the storm from Daytona beach worse the storm is expected to be here near Daytona on Wednesday morning about eight o'clock in the morning we could then see hurricane force winds gusts of more than seventy five miles per hour also some real concern about a possible storm surge water coming up seven to eight feet high and the mayor of Daytona beach Derrick Henry making sure residents note to get out here in a mobile home so this is a mandatory evacuation. okay good where you're going. Dorian has weakened somewhat it's now do a cat down to a category three a huge ridge of high pressure expected to turn it north and eventually northeastward where it could completely skirt the east coast potentially not coming shore
"steve harrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Of mysterious deaths of American tourists. Staying resorts in the Dominican Republic latest Jake her and his family coming forward. Now seventy eight year old had dinner and drinks, the first night, then got sick three days later, he was dead. Now, five months later, his family is still seeking answers as to what happened. The Dominican Republic officials are denying that there is any connection between these eight FOX's Steve Harrigan. This is Fox News. W O, a local news. One man is dead. And three others are in critical condition after a truck ran into their vehicle early this morning around three AM the truck was speeding down southwest military, rear ended the car at a red light. The impact was so severe it sent the victim's vehicle about a quarter mile down the road. There were four people in the car. One man was pronounced dead at the scene. Two men and one woman were taken to the hospital in critical condition. Two of the four men in the truck tried to flee the scene. All four were taken into custody and charges are pending of plane crash in Walker County. Today's left a passenger dead and the pilot injured. The crash happened near highway nineteen north of Huntsville, the department of public safety is on the scene, and the FAA will be investigating authorities in Fort Worth are investigating after a sheriff's deputy was fatally shot Tarrant county sheriff Bill waiver and identified the victim as sergeant Keith shepherd nineteen year veteran with the department wavered says Sheppard was found in his personal vehicle. In the employee parking garage. Suffering from head injuries. He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. No arrests have been made and no suspects have been named nearly one in every two fathers, some forty eight percent admit they do not spend enough time with their children. One group is out to change that Kevin Braswell with father's Inc. Says this Father's Day weekend. Get silly with your kids. Important, not to take yourself, so serious.
US-Mexico talks: Trump hails deal on migrants to avoid tariffs
"News in a series of tweets. President Trump is defending the immigration agreement with Mexico, one that staves off tariffs on Mexican imports. Mexican president has agreed to deploy thick thousand troops to southern border allow migrants waiting. The conclusion of the American asylum process to be sent to Mexico instead of waiting in the United States, give migrants chance to get a job. Now, this is a big one stopping human trafficking, and smuggling organizations. And then if needed take more action, no Mexicans and Americans did not specify those actions. Fox's David spont- is at the White House. Fox's Steve Harrigan is in Tijuana where what could have been a heated political rally has turned into a celebration. Tone has changed dramatically, including some warm words for the Mexican president from President Trump, who posted on Twitter, just a short time ago, I would like to thank the president of Mexico Andres Manuel Lopez over door and his foreign minister Marcelo Brard together with all the many representatives of both the United States and Mexico for working so long and hard to get our on immigration completed Democrats are critical of the deal. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says threats and temper tantrums are no way to negotiate foreign
"steve harrigan" Discussed on KTOK
"The misery Maderas created with the Russians and Cubans help. Fox's Steve Harrigan is in Caracas Venezuela. And those protesters keep trying to get soldiers there to switch sides car Lada airbase, that's where one guy and the opposition launched a military uprising. They were able to knock down some of the gates set. Some fires throw a lot of rocks. But it simply didn't happen after few hours that uprising was put down by the disputed, president, nNcholas Maduro and his regime massive demonstrations underway at military bases in Venezuela. Again, today secretary pomp Heo meeting with the rest of the president's national security team. To discuss Venezuela and this provocative move by North Korea. North Korea fired several short range missiles off the east coast beginning just after nine AM local time today, according to the latest from the South Korean government, these missiles originated from one sawn coastal town, just east of Pyongyang's the Japanese government confirms the missiles, flew seventy two hundred kilometers before landing in the sea between North Korea and Japan. Fox's Jillian Turner the NTSB now at the scene of a splash landing at the naval air station in Jacksonville, Florida. Nearly one hundred fifty people on route from one Tana MO Bay Cuba. Cuba were on a chartered seven thirty seven that skidded off a runway during a storm and into the Saint John's river, they're all okay. A muddy track. For today's Kentucky Derby, the winner is maximum.
Migrant caravan freely crosses Mexican border after gates were left open, authorities avoided 'confrontation'
"Now. Mexican officials are checking documents giving out wristbands and requiring a five day wait for visas. The open gate is a sharp contrast to events of last October when riot police and migrants clashed at the border, the new leftist president Lopez over door has promised to treat the migrants. Humanely. Fox's Steve Harrigan and top Pachulia Mexico, Georgia school officials saying a twelve year old boy was wrongly punished after he tried to buy lunch with the counterfeit Bill Christian file on his back in class after it was determined. He didn't know the Bill was fake more worries. Her
"steve harrigan" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Six hundred ez. Memphis, ninety two point one FM W E G R E D to Memphis, an iheartradio station. This is a Fox News alert. I'm Karen McHugh. A suspect is now in custody following a mass shooting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Police report multiple fatalities. At least four are believed to have been killed at the tree of life synagogue. Several more reportedly been wounded police are being told people are being told to shelter in place in the squirrel hill section of the city. Meanwhile, says the suspect behind the mailing of bombs to prominent Democrats around the country is facing multiple charges face at least five charges charges could increase as more evidence develops and facing at least forty eight years in jail. But officials have been careful to say this investigation is not over Steve Harrigan, repeating our top story is suspect now in custody following a mass shooting out of the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh, multiple fatalities. At least four believed to have been killed. Several more wounded residents being asked to continue to shelter in place. This is Fox News. FASt at least five charges charges could increase as more evidence develops and facing at least forty eight years in jail. But officials have been careful to say this investigation is not over Steve Harrigan, repeating our top story is suspect now in custody following a mass shooting at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh, multiple fatalities. At least four believed to have been killed. Several more wounded residents being asked to continue to shelter in place. This is Fox.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Go home line on the next radio app on ninety three WIBC HD one Indianapolis. He will defend himself. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump's nominee for the supreme court will appear before the Senate Judiciary committee following an allegation of sexual misconduct from thirty five years ago by a woman who is now a college. Professor doubts officials saying the Brett Cavanaugh is willing to testify to clear his name that will be delayed till Monday, though, when we hear from both he and Dr Ford, we're told judge denies this happen, but denies he was even at the party where it allegedly happened. And it's telling people privately he thinks it may be mistaken identity. The bottom line is they were supposed to be a committee vote Thursday on the nomination that vote delayed because we're headed for much bigger collision Monday stored Mary public hearing, both the judge and his accuser Christine blazey Ford publicly testifying. She's a research psychologist in California who's alleged back in the eighties. She was physically and sexually assaulted by cavenaugh at a party in Maryland. Fox's at Henry. The State Department cutting back on the number of refugees allowed into the country next year from the current forty five thousand to thirty pounds issues refugee ceiling reflects, the substantial increase in the number of individuals seeking asylum in our country leading to a massive backlog about standing asylum cases and greater public expense. Secretary state, Mike Pompeo, Florence may be working its way up the east coast, but the Carolinas still feeling the effects of rivers overflowing, at least thirty one people have died. Twenty four in North Carolina concern is that this flood here could spread a mile and each direction if the river really makes a historic crest as many people are predicting thousands of homes here are under mandatory evacuation. Police have gone door to door knocking telling people when it gets real bad. We're not going to be able to rescue most of the people we've seen who live along the banks are not leaving. They're sandbagging their houses bringing their things up to higher ground. Steve Harrigan.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on 600 WREC
"As hurricane Florence gets closer pushing ninety mile an hour, winds and rain. Fox's Steve Harrigan is in topsil, North Carolina. We've seen the beach gradually disappear behind me as the water comes up all along the island. It's pitch. Black more than one hundred thousand people are without power along the coast of North Carolina, and that number could rise across the state to one to three million thousands of people forced from their homes in the towns of Andover north Andover and Lawrence in Massachusetts after dozens have explosions and fires which seemed to be due to over pressurized gas. Governor Charlie Baker. Hon work that we're going to need to do all of these homes that in some cases been destroyed at least one man's been killed Fox News. We report you decide. Thanks. And they haven't. That they intend to use these technologies of weather modification, which can take up lots. Against enemies, they explicitly states that. Weather. Modification techniques have offensive as well as the fence of applications and can be used for parents. And it is having profound effects on our climate. What if it really were in a jam? And we wanted to really the earth in a hurry. They wanna wait forty years. Is there another option? Lord scientific solutions under the rubric. Where we limits solar radiation from the earth's atmosphere. I having airplanes disperse sulphur into the air particles reflect light back out into space thereby having a cooling effect on the planet. And you could also this giant balloons..
"steve harrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To a tropical storm after slamming Hawaii for days with torrential rains flash floods and landslides in the dangers not over, some highways. Closed schools closed government offices closed and people, really told to shelter, in place. FOX's Steve Harrigan lane spectrum to move, past why by Sunday, morning, a gunfight erupts near a high school, in northern California. Killing a sixteen year old boy. And critically injuring an, eighteen year old man there was nothing that suggested it was an active shooter week we're investigating a shooting scene subjects fled that scene wasn't any, other shooting Fairfield police Lieutenant Greg hurled dot says one of the two suspects captured ran into, the school where the students, were on lockdown no word what's sparked the shootout. Yesterday about an hour, northeast of, San Francisco Fox News we report you decide NewsRadio nine seventy WFL available, anywhere you go on, the iheartradio. App download it now Next chance to win a trip to Vegas and our heart radio music festival coming up Monday at eight o six on nine seventy. WFL last time to take control of those pests that. Have been bothering you forever you've. Been hearing us. Talk about earth's best for years I use them in their, title says it all they're. The best termites mosquitoes ants beetles. Bedbugs mice and rats they'll get rid of them all. Earth's best is the company we recommend that you, call for any and all pests. They use products that are friendly to the environment. But a lethal to the best I've been recommending earth's? Best to listeners for years they're the company. That I use and so should you they use orange oil to knock out termites they freeze bedbugs and they have. A whole list of other innovative treatments that.
"steve harrigan" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"That can happen on occasion i'm gonna say him the whole thing really the grab my arms around it is cathartic yeah it's a catharsis indeed is that where it comes from yes favorite in the third district or is there one in is there any more because are their fifty three candidate i don't the favorite would be co i think la talian and train and then gifford sort of an outlier in that is hovering by america son of gifford by the way learned that in fact apparently the globe has a story today that he's in some sort of feud with nncholas cage is like one time partner this woman who has accused him of like having some sort of black mold in his in his home so i'm all about that i i like a random feud with nncholas cage where even wear nncholas cage can even be mentioned and black mold for that matter i mean why not really mold black mold yes is mauled it's like worse because it gets it hurts your lungs even more than regular mold wow yeah so wait a second isn't steve kerr technically so running no he dropped out for good yeah no yeah they tend to drop bounce back and forth and then they jump back street summer street are you important because you saw i was walking in the rain near the convention center coming here okay and he walked past me him the name tag on the said steve here's a little shorter and then occurred to me steve harrigan yes what i'm going to grab him will quickly and i thought that.
Missing teen located in Mexico, 45-year-old man arrested, authorities say
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